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Array ^  -\J  1 7.  n  '.* "'Ss~ j-i" "������<"  0J  a^i  in*  'i.  ?'  "-'  vr.^/--   y  t'V-f  r^g^  /\  -  s  s  - -  <\  >���������  ���������%������#  . . .-.   --��������� - ^y^^'C^^*     '"     -*y^:v  y  *J  ���������ftfflH    i^������-    ^.^B^.-fW ig ^^HBHb^  Vol  XX.  GREST0N, B. C FBIPAY, AUGUST 17, 1028  No. 28  Mies Beatrice Molander is a Nelson  visitor this week, a gueet of Miss K.  Lcpt-ss*  Miss Mildred Andeen is also a Nelson vlsitcs, a. guest of he? sister, Mrs*  A, LePage.  Mrs. Oavaaaugh ar������d family of Keeb-  beriey are Kitchener visitors this week  guests of her sister, Mrs. B. Johnson.  Mr* and Mrs Bush and family, who  have heen residents of Kitchener for a  number of, years, have left for Bay  City, Mich., eo make their home, and  will be missed by all.  Mr. and Mrs. O. Geroux and daughter. Joan* other quite long resideptsat  Kitchener, are leaving to reside -at  Moyie.  Mr. and Mrs. W. Miller, a former  employee of the Sash & Door Company, have gone to Kamloops, where  they will snake their future home.  Mrs. and Miss Clara Hunt are home  again after a holiday- visit at Cranbrook.  BaStSH���������On August $tb, to Mr. and  Mrs* Sid Abar, a son.  Jack Davies, while out piking huckleberries on Iron Mountain on Tuesday, had a, rather lively encounter  wlt-h u bear. *~~  Mr. and Mrs. Johnson and Mrs.  Howard motored to Cranbrook, re  turning the same day.  Mrs. R. Simpson has been called to  Blairtuore* Alberta, on account of the  illness of her daughter, Mrs. Levasser.  Mr, and: Mrs. C Anderson., and son  were weekend visitors at Nelson.  heen appointed assistant, agent at Oo-  quitlaui. Bill successfuLy passed bis  -matriculation st Lord Byng bigh  school. Point Grey. His brother. Bob,  is iti the employ of the C.P.R. at the  same point.  Mrs.T.Rogers, who has been visiting  -with friends in Medicine mt, Alberta.,  if expected home on Saturday.  Mi-ii. Clements  Creek,   Alberta,  M���������    ~.~J   ILff     ft?  were  AAV*. ������.   ������  ox jrincner  visiting   with  District Institute  Conference, Oct.  arid iJIst-rfet   Women's  Institute,   Augrnsfc    meeting     took  place on   Ft iday/. afternoon.    The  ps-psldetsi'i   B&fs. !f|= ISt-Aves*?,  ooeu  pied the chair, aifrd there were 26  weelc.  Mr������. Nor**ian*-Backus wa������ t-afeen to  On motion of Mrs."Cook, seconded hy Mrs. Mallandaine. a donation  the Cranbrook  hospital, on  Wednes j of $20 was vote-*ff- toward the fall  day, where she will undergo an opera-  fair ppize ,fet   The fc      d       held on  Dominion Day. in aid of the Crip  <w.v^>...  ������������������a������c/ "-*>������������  *SilWrt BleunVenauer of Lethbridge,  Alberta, was a visitor witfa Mr. and  Mr*- R. BSeomenauet a few days last  week.     *  Mr. and Mrs. F. Simister of Alice  Siding were Monday visitors with Mr.  and Mrs. Heap.  Mr. Gregory of Wetaskiwin, Alta.,  returned home today, after a week's1  visit with Mr, and Mrs. Newbury.  .  M. Talerico of Windermere is spend*  -ing his vacation' Here, a guest of his  p irente, Mr. and Mi-s. J. Talerico.  Miss ������Haie Spiers of Orest������a has returned home after a  few days' visit  witb Mies Lillian Wilson.   '  y.   -���������-..:..������������������    y. ��������� y  Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Wilson have just  returned home froni a week's visit In  Crap brook and Kimberley.  Friends off Mr. and Mrs. W. D.  Touhey, former residents here, will be  pleased to hear that their son, Bill.haw  EARLY'FALL ctnd  WINTER a  Mr, and Mrs. Jim Pascuzzo, th������  Misses Rosie. Lucy atid Amur Pascuzo  and Catherine Lombardo, were at  Creston on Thursday last foB'circue.  Mrs. Talerico was a Creston caHer on  Saturday. Miss Lillian Wilson was  at Creston on Monday.  Mr. and Mrs. R. Dennes are visiting  with friends in Vancouver.  Mrs. Sid MeCabe and children were  Naleon visitors Thursday and Friday.  MrB. D. Lombardo and son, Donald,  of Revelstoke- are visiting with Mrs.P.  Lombardo for a few,days, before going on to Spokane to visit with her  parents.  Mr Brasch of Proctor was a Sirdar  berry picking ������tnf������ at the Cox ranch,  has returned to her home in Kimberley  but is coming back * for tbe apple, pick  at tbe Compton ro.nch.  Mrs. H. JS. Ostondorf and two. child  ren  a.rr*r  holfda.y  veSd&ors ihis   raioaaa  with relatives and friends  at Willow-  bunch. Rosthern, and other Saskaich  ewan points,  Fruic shipments from smith Cross  ing depot for tbe season totalled 8500  V������  *������ *fel~0a������  pled Children's ^capital at Vancouver, hrought* iri?"$36 97.  - Mrs. H. G. Greenwood, who has  been a very active member of the  Institute during;. her residence in  Creston, having;|eft the town, it  was deoided to'send her an expression of appreciation of her work  and regret at her^departnre.  A large flag hsj"' beew donated to  the Institute by the Confederation  Jubilee. Comtnittee, for which the  Institute expressed i s thanks.  There was considerable discussion  of the approaehinjr district confer  ence to   he held, at Creston.    It is  expected   that  tlie   datea   will   h������  B. Wall left last week for Medicine  Hat, Alberta, where he ..wjll. be .employed until -spring.  Mr. and Mrs. B. Uri, Mr. and Mrs.R.  Uri* and Mrs. Ogilviie w*re auto visit*  ors to Cranbrook and Kimberley this  wjgek.   - '  vMws- Matt. Hagen spent the"*week-  end at Kaslo, witn'ber daughter, Mrs.  C. Mooie, retutning on Monday.  Mrs. R. D'albpm left on Sunday for  Lethbridge, Alberta, for a visit with  relatives and to attend tbe wedding of  her neice, Mies Dorothy Boutry of  Bellvue, Atberta, She was accompanied by her son, Percy. ������������������.���������'  Mrs. Webster of Alice Siding was a  weekendxvisitor here, the guest of  Mrs. Mason..  Mrs. Slingsby, Howard Siihgabyand  Gilbert Payette left for the prairie by  auto,'V."f   ,"'..  Wynndel waa well represented at  Cole & Rogers cirrus at Creston on  l.bursday la^t. The . Women's Institute arranged for the transportation  of the children hy two motor trucks.  Dance in the old sanoolbouse tt������-  night, 17tb, 8.30 to 2. Brasch's orchestra from Proctor, : $1.25 per couple.  Mrs. Gartland off Canyon City was a  viHitor with Wynddel friends last  week.       _  Leo Ogilvie of Harrop iu a visitor  het-e, a guest of Mr.and Mrs.O.Ogilvie.  Anglican Church service on Sunday,  10th, at 8 p.m. y  The Season's Latest   ��������� ���������  Novelties and New~  est Styles  on display at the  Store Next the  Imperial Bunk  FKIBSAY - SATURDAY  Aug. 31 ��������� Sept. 1  10 Ji.m. to 5 p.iw.  tlie  October  2nd,  3ra   and   4ib.    The  ere appoint-  Mrs. J. R. Miller arrived home on  Tuesday from Cranbrook- where ������h**  has been a patient for almost the past  month. Her many friends will he  glad tn. hear her general health shows  considerable.improvement.  Mr. and Mrs. 3. Crooks s;nd Mi s  Florence Kelly jf Kimberley are gnests  this week of Mr. and Mrs, John Kelly.  A petition has boes circulated and  largely signed protesting againt-t  change* in the boundaries of the Alice  Siding school district.  At the annual school meeting last  month $4G0 was voted to administer  educational aEfaira the coming year.  J. R. Miller was reelected trustee, and  with Victor Carr and W. H. Mather  comprise the trustee board.  <m  following cotttmifetess v.*  ed for the coriferenoe:, Befresh-  merits���������Mrs, G, Qartwright, Mr^.  Maxwell, Mrs. Hayden- JDeeorat-  ���������ing;���������Mrs. Liilie,-'Mi?a: Hayes, Mrs.  ^oyd. Biltetipi; ir?M rs. Mallandaine, Mra.- X P. Johnston, Mrs, G.  Young. Recept.u>i������^rld[rs, StevensT  Sfira '<5c"ok. - ?BHib^asnnier*K���������The  Directors. ' J     *.  Tea hostesses were Mvb. Hendy,  Mrs.   Kerhaghan  and   Mrs.   Max  well.     .The freewill ^n^rfnig for the  Crippled Children Fund was $2.  Mrs. John Bedry was a hospital patient at Cr-jLEibt-ook h few days i ist  week, getting' treatment on some  brorsen Snges-s.  Mr.'and Mrs. Myers from near Tacoma, Wnsh., are * visitors here at  present, guests of her parents Mr.  and B4s*p. Vance.  . Mrs. D. A MacDonald and children  who, have been holidaying with her  parents, Sir. and Mrs. G. Cartwright,  nave returned to Cranbrook.  Ed. Taylor, accompanied by Misses  Beth and Madeline Putnam, left for  Cranbrook on Friday.  W. R. Long left on Thursday by  auto for Vanenuwr, where his muni.  age to Miss Florence Cowling is set  for August i5th.  Al. Rendren and Jim Johnson are at  work on an enlargement to Creston  Growers; Limited, warehouse-  Mr. and Mrs. Ciarence Bundy and  children of Cowley, Alberta, are visiting with Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Bundy a  few days this month.  R. Ruggles of Champion, Alberta,  was a visitor here on Wednesday last,  returning home the following day,  accompanied by his wife and child.  Jack and Jim Dodds left on'Monday  by auto for Kelowna, where they expect to remain until the apple picking  season is' over.  Mr. and Mrs. Ron. Lidgate arrived  on Sunday from Lethbridge, Alberta,  on a visit with tne latter's mother,  Mrs. MeKelvey. en route to Spokane.  Miss Lulu Foieman of Los Angeles, Calif., is^holidaying here at present, a guest of Mr. and Mrs. Penson.  Men    v v     if      b  at*.**** *���������#���������    ���������������   0    *������> m������*   mmm^mmttmim1  esimr*w%  .*.me%j������m.M  Mr. and Mrs. Joy left last week for  the prairie, for the harvest and thresh  ing   seasons.      Misses   Margaret   and  Ruth Joy Hie at Wardner.  Mra. McLaughlin of Saanich, Mrs.  Pitta off, Kelson, and Mrs. K, Steuens  of Creston were hetween train visitors  one day early in ,the month foi' a  meeting off the Women's Institute.  ������). and R. Uri spent a few days at  Arrow Lakes points early this month.  'Leo. Dfgfclrenu of Nelson was a visitor with his 'parents, Mr. nnd Mra. J.  DoHoireau last week.  Mrs. Fransen of Renata was a visitor with Iter:daughter, Mra. .Dixie last  Mi*b. B. Williams is away on a v5alt  with relatives at Blalrmoro, Alta.  MIps Ruth Oummlnga of Boawell is  oh a visit here this month, a guest of  Mr. and Mra. L. Davis.  Mrs. Dunseath was a Cranbrook vis*  I Etor early thia month.      .    "..    '  j    Dotigla*- Bnttoi-flolil and Hon.Tomrny  . wero visitors at NoIhoo last week.  J*\iSm9m9  mWfigflfSff "  Mrs. W. H. Hilton returned last  week, from a holiday visit with her  brother, Tom Dalton, at Corbin.  C S, Hester was taken to the Cranbrook hospital at the end of the week,  ; where he bras  successfully undergone  an* operation  for appendicitis, aud is  making a satisfactory recovery..     .  Mrs. E. W. Payne spent a few. days  with Spokane friends last week, mak-  the trip by bus,.  K.  Misa Alice Wilkinson of Elko, who  has been a visitor with Mrs. Marshall,  has returned home.  Mike Alko of Michel is a visitor at  present with Mr, and Mrs.J. W.Parkin.  Mr, und Mrs. Tom Anderson and  family, who have been lining at Gin*-  ol's thn past three months, while Tom  Ws on the Kuskanook road crew, returned to the ranch last week.  Dink Smith "a busy at truck loading  the logs whicii he took but last winter  at the GooReneck.  Miss Alva Ilucco,  who was on the  ���������������<!  Dance  FRIDAY, AUG. 17  WYNNDEL  MUSIC BY  Brasch's 4-pce. Orchestra  from Proctor Pavilion.  Fotnt MopTtotcm Professional  Chas. Pipe, who Jfeas ^ppnt* the past  three, months at his ranch here, has  returned to Neisoi|.  ^^Canyon was very largely rept?esented  at "Creston   on   Wetfnesftttyu*i*&<&i4^8te*&m^se&  Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Martin, with Ruby  and Edward, left on Thursday for  Banff and other Alberta points, making the trip by motor.  Miss Kathleen Bundy is spending  part of her- holidays with friends in  Nelson.  annual picnic of Creston Valley ^^Co-  Operative Association. Weather was  ideal and the outing mufh enjoyed.  Fied Penson, who has been in charge  of construction of L. Moberg*s new  house, has completed the job. and returned to Wynndel.  Alf. Nelson arrived in from Macleod,  Alberta, last week, and is spending a  few days with the family at the ranch.  John Nygaard^and JSels. Larson  have gone* to Lumberton, where they  have a logging contract.  . .This week will see tne departure of  the first of the prairie harvest help.  Manford and Arvid Samuelson, Andy  and.WiU Wickholm are planning to  leave befoi-e the week is out.*  A** ������������������*<C*ifi������i������i -  iEITS,  i  73������.    uiiE5,  with Supparr  9U0.  LiOc&l -Slid Peirsoiitstl  For Salb-���������Good saddle pony, $15.  R'. Sinclair Sfnit h. West Creston.  LdsT���������ITellnw Persian cat . Reward  differed f<u' teturn of same. F. C  Rodger*1.  jFon Saub���������-Second cut alfalfa; $20  ton.in field, or $25 ton delivered. T,  Quinn, Creston.  For Saui���������Ford light delivery, in  good running o������*4cr. Price right. W.  Morrow. Crenton.  Pros Fob Sa-lk���������-Young pigs, good  stock, ready end of August, 96. A- G.  Cott (Alice Siding). Creston.  Ladies* and children's garments  made to 'order. Girls" dresses from  84 cents.   Mrs. Mills, Creston.  AtJjrp For SAMS���������Maxwell, in first  uaabirt MMia|ju, Mi'iue if utw>nabie;   tnrniH iv*  necesenry.   J. F. Oatts, Creston.  Wanted���������Can handle No.l alfalfa  hay fiom Creston district. State  quantity.   Dominion.Dairy, Nelson*  Honmy Fort SaIjM���������Extracted honey  of excellent quality at 10 cents pound  in your own containers. Andrew  Sinclair* Camp Lister.  - -*-  ?Buy genuine Singer sowing machine  oil rirnflrneedle*. One seconhand machine for sale. New machines on easy  terms.   Bert Boflfoy, Creston.  Latjmdry���������Tho Ding laundry on  Fourth Street will bo open for busl-  neas'rin July 2ith. The manugesneant  announces that all kinds of laundry  work will lie done, with a ������*ri������*eliil rmti*.  of $2 per 100 pounds given oh un Ironed  washing. Overcoata and suits cleaned  nhd pressed.  Mrs. Geo. Cartwright has arrived  back front & holiday visit at Edmonton. Alberta, with her daughter, Mrs*  Vw-    ^^-x.  ���������i.**-*"- i'V*   "���������<^'  Mrs. Bamford, who has-been a visitor with Mrs..Bird at Lister the past  few weeks, is a guest of Mrs. Bundy.  Ray Crisler was a business visitor at  Fernie a couple of days early in the  month.'"  . Russell and Myrtle Leveque have returned to Medicine Hat, Alberta, after  holidaying with their uncle and aunt,  Mr. and Mrs. L. T. Leveque.  Mr. and Mrs. Alger of Prince Albert,  Sask., were visitors with Mrs^McKel-  vey a few days last week, returning  by motor from a trip to California.  CARD OF THANKS  Mrs. John R. Miller takes this  means of expressing her sincere ap  Iireciation of tbe many interesting  ettero, the numerous flirts of flowers*  and kindnesses shown her in various  other ways during her recent stay in  the Cranbrook Hospital.  Mr. and Mrs. J. W, Pendry and  family wish to oxpress a deep appreciation of tbe sympathy and kindnesres  shown them in their bereavement.  Wanted���������Will pay top cash price  for old hens and ducks. Dong Barney. Pacific Cafe, n'ext Mawson Bros,  old. store.  GRAND THEATRE    .  SATURDAY, AUG.  SSL^P^^^%\^^*jf  T\ 2-.I-  ���������   MMltlllVIII  m  u  mam  Miss Daniels in an  unusual role, full of  Pep, Action, Comedy.  'J"Ujii/i%     ItfaiUMf      Mritf*-t#j-^Jat#alut /THE   KEVTEW,    CRESTON,    B,    C.  A. Great Achievement  First Woman Air Pilot  !-,:&������>'    Heath    Employed    By    Itoyal  Dutch-    Air Lines  -.-.aa  L.adj/ Keaiii, noted Britis^-au* woman, has been engaged by the Royal  .Dutch - Air Litlesas a pilot* for the  passenger air service. She is tlie first  woman to he  ao . employed.  Lady Heath, the former "Mrs. Elliott- Lynn, fs the wife of Sir James  Heath., ironmaster and collieries pro-,  prietor. She arrived at Croydon? on  May 17, . from Cape Town, -South  Africa. Completing a 10.000 mile  solo flight started in February, she  was the first woman to fly the length  of the African continent.  f?yfi?#f8p?^  Much Like Human Beinifs  THE UNTOUCHED MEAL  Keen interest has been aroused in all parts of' panada by the announcement made at Victoria, recently, by Sir Henry Thornton, President of the  Canadian National Railways, that, as a result of some years of study and  work, a plan will "be submitted to the Government and Parliament in the very  near future providing for tne financial reconstruction of the national vsy������-  tem of railways, a plan which, in the words of. the C.N.R. president, "will,  in perpetuity, relieve the C.N.R. from being- any "further tiragy upon the  treasury of .Canada."  As a matter of fact, the financial reconstruction of the Canadian National Railways has been proceeding- apace for some years past through the  making of amicable arrangements with stockholders and bondholders of  several of the railways now incorporated in the national system. These arrangements were a necessary preliminary step tb a final consideration and  development of a plan whereby the system could be relieved of the  huge burden imposed upon it by reason of its heavy over-capitalisation.  In considering the Canadian National Railways, It is always to foe remembered that it was not constructed, like the Canadian Pacific, as one  operating unit. On the contrary, it is the result of the amalgamation of  several different systems, with lines often duplicating each other in the  same territory, with duplicate sets of shops, round houses, stations, and  other equipment. Thousands of miles of the system were built, not for  purely commercial reasons, but as a feature of national policy for the opening up, colonization, and national development of the Dominion.. Some portions were located for strategic national reasons *rather . thari*- from the  standpoint of the business to be secured or developed.  Under the circumstaaces. it was not surprising, but rather to be expected, that such mileage would be operated at a deficit. _ Year by year  these deficits have been charged up against the lines which ultimately became part and parcel of the present Canadian National -Railways. These  individual systems were, in reality, bankrupt when the Government was  compelled to take them over to prevent a catastrophe and financial disaster  which would have shaken the Dominion and all but ruined its credit in the  money markets of .the world. Had these railways remained in private  ownership and passed into .receiverships, there would have been a������ drastic  writing dawn of capitalization and holders of the stocks and bonds would  have had to take their losses, while the Dominion itself would have lost;all  the many millions loaned to them. - ;      ""  It has long been foreseen that, if lhe. Canadian National Railways were  ever to earn sufficient revenues to meet interest charges on its capitalization,  the financial structure of the system would have to be reconstructed so as  to more nearly bear some* relation to the actual physical value of the system  as a going concern. But, as already stated, certain arrangements -with the  stock and bond holders of the old railways had to be negotiated if Canada  was to escape the stigma of having broken faith with these investors -and  the accusation of being guilty of a policy amounting almost to repudiation.  Neither Sir Henry Thornton, nor Hon. C. A. Dunning, Minister of Railways, has given any hint of the. nature of the proposals to be laid before  Parliament, but the people of Canada, as reflected, by the' editorial expressions of papers on all sides of politics, are decidedly friendly to the development of any reasonable plan which will give the management of the national railways a fair chance to make the system self-supporting and ultimately a-"profit making enterprise.  When Sir Henry Thornton, at the request of the Mackenzie King Government, accepted the presidency and managership of the Canadian National Railways, it was still in a state of disorganization. From an operating  standpoint at had to be completely reorganzied. At that time it was not  only not earning one cent of interest on its outstanding stocks and bonds,  but it was being operated at an actual loss year jffter year, which loss had  to be put up in cold cash out of the Dominion treasury. Next to the war  debt of Canada, it was the greatest burden imposed on the Canadian people,  llie outlook was blue indeed, and many people feared it would bankrupt  the Dominion.  Therefore, before any permanent reconstruction of its financial system  could be undertaken, it was not only necessary to effect the arrangements  already referred to, but even more necessary that these annual losses in  operation he stopped. It stands to the credit of Sir Henry Thornton Jthat  iu this he was markedly successful. Operating deficits ceased some years  places. Within the past two or three years these surpluses have been sufficiently-large to meet all Interest charges on securities held hy the public,  leaving a small balance to be applied on the enormous sum owing to the  Government itself. ' ���������  Addressing a meeting 'in a Saskatchewan town Inst moflth, Sir Henry  Thornton stated that the surplus this year would be the largest In the history  of tbe system, and that the outlook for the future of thc road as a real and  vory valuable asset of the Dominion was never brighter, and this despite increased w<iges to employees and lower freight rates imposed by the Railway  Commission.  The final and definite financial reconstruction of the whole system, and  tht> resultant establishment of thc Canadian National Railways as a solf-  usipportiag, publicly-owned transportation utility, will not only give tS������e  greatest sutl������t'action to the taxpayer*. oC Canada, but it will prove a guarantee to the whole world of the financial stability and strength of the Dominion, and be hailed as another great Canadian achievement.  Food  On the Table  " I simply cannot eat." Actual  tragedy is suggested by these simple words, so often heard, because  loss of appetite is the beginning of  ^trouble that sooner or later reveals  itself as indigestion, nervous dyspepsia, with violent headaches and  other serious symptoms. L.oss or  appetite, whether a man or woman,  is a symptom you dare not ignore.  If you do, much stiffering is sure to  follow.  The secret of a good appetite���������the  secret of keeping well���������-is to keep  up the quality of the blood. By enriching and purifying the blood Dr.  Williams' Pink Pills supply Strength  to the enfeebled organs of digestion,  and enable them-to digest thoroughly the food eateri withuot causing  pain or distressv Proof of this, is  given by Mr. William H. Kelly,  Kingston, Ont., who says :������������������"I cannot recommend Dr. Williams' Pink  Pills too highly. J had been bother.-,  ed with indigestion in a chronic form  for almost ten years. Everything I  would eat would turn sour. I felt  as though there was a ,big ball in  my stomach all the time. I felt tired  and weak and would often turn  dizzy, I doctored and tried many  medicines, spending many, many dollars, but to no avail. One day *  heard a lady praising Dr. Williams'  Pink Pills and I decided to try them.  I am more than glad I did, for soon  I found relief, and after .taking the  pills_ for a couple of months the trouble had disappeared, and now I can  eat all kinds of food, and" have again  my old time health and strength."  Send For These Health Books  Two useful books, "Building Up  the Blood," and "What To Eat ano  How To Eat," will be sent free hy  The Dr. Williams' "Medicine Co.,  Brockville, Ont., if you mention this  paper.*-"  Dr, Williams' Pink Pills are sold  by all dealers in medicine or will be  sent by mail, post paid, on receipt Of  price, 50 cents per box.  i-fiw-h  li������v������������  SnniA  iissjiie'iis  a*������tl   S.e-  quii't> JLots OT JKxercise  "Pish are  very much  like  human  beings.   People  who   have   them   for  jjGla    suvuiu    M.ca.nZc       luist       &HU.       glVt3  them some consideration," says. Miss  Ida M. Mellen, America's only woman  fish doctor..   *  "Fish suffer from much the same  aliments- that the human species do  and they cannot exist if their conditions of life are uncomfortable.  "We learn a lot about people from  fish. Take the matter of/exercise.  If fish get lazy and won't exercise",  they get sick. To remedy this at  the New York Aquarium, we ��������� give  them a change of scenery. You would  be surprised how a more attractive  swimming ground, and an extra  amount of sunlight arouses their enthusiasm. .  "If fish eat too much of the wrong  food, they get indigestion just like  humans. And, like humans, they  hate to take castor oil. I have had-  fish hold it in their .mouths and spit  it out later, rather than swallow it.  We have to watch them just like  children to see that they get their  medicine.     .  "An excellent motto to make sure  your pet fish has good care is, '.'Try  to imagine yourself in his place.  That makes you think."   y  League   Is Fighting  Illicit  Drug  Traffic  New International   Convention - Goes  Into Effect In  September  A general world-wide tightening-up  of the illicit "dope" tragic is scheduled to take place when the League's  new international opium and harmful  drugs convention goes into effect on  Sept. 25th. -  Although the convention was  launched in 1925, provisions were  made that it could only become effective when ratified *������y at least 10  states of which seyeri mustbe members' of the League council including  two permanentmembers.  To   date   the  convention has   been  ratified  or adhered  to  by nearly ...30f  states but it,was  only Canada's recent ratification that gave,the neces-.  sary number of council members;  ITor Scalds Or Burns.���������X>r. Thomas' Eclectric Qfi is a standard remedy  for the prompt treatment of scalds  and burns.. Its healing power quickly  soothes the pain and aids a speedy  recovery from the injury. It is also  an excellent remedy for all, manner  of cuts, bruises and sprains, asWell:  as for relieving the pains arising from  inflammation of various kinds. a  bottle in the house and stable saves  many a doctor's and veterinary's fee.  Would Be Sensible Law  IWfeter Brakes Should Have To S*ass  Certified Tests "Regularly  It   is   strongly  suggested  that   the  time is coming in the    near    future  ���������Quite Possible  'The evening wore on,"  continued  when brakes must be tested and cef  Recipes For This; Week  <By Betty Barclay)  the man who was telling" the siory.  "Excuse - me,"' interrupted .the  would-be wit, "but can you tell me  what the evening wore on that .J occasion?"  "I don't know that/it is important," replied the story-teller, quite  unperturbed. "If "you must know,  however, I believe it was the close of  a spring day."  Minard's Liniment for Blistered Feet.  tilled regularly; and_the careful motorist will make no objection.  . When, it is remembered that S00,-  000 people were- jk^ed.oirf injured in  automobileyaosidents in. the United.  States alone last year and the fact  that faulty brakes cause a majority  of all accidents, the need for such  a law may be realized. It is the  height of folly to drive with' faulty  brakes.  v.  CUTICURA  ^;-  Best For Both  Mother And Child  Regular use of liie Soap, assisted hp the Ointment wher^  required, not only cleanses and  purifies the skin of children and  adults, but tends to prevent cIoej-  Ki.n������ of the pores, the common  cause of pimples ar������c! other unsightly conditions.  ���������>������l.lj,kl<r.<l.a<l.ll       4\,H~... <"..wijUinn  ������������������TH1������1  "BtaaJiaiiM, t.W., Hentta*!.'*   l'rli-������,   Hunp ������.<>. i������iiu������  ll������n������l. 21. Ktiil lUci. '4������lrili������l 'Xi*. ��������� .   .     ���������.���������,  Cull<-tir* flh*������i������������r S������WW  28*.  SCALLOPED  EGGS  AND   CHEESE  4 eggs.  3,4  cup grated cheese.  cup soft bread crumbs.  V4.  teaspoon salt.  1 cup white sauce.  Pew grains cayenne.  Break the eggs into a buttered  baking dish and cook in hot oven until tliey begin to turn white around  the edge. Then cover eggs with white  sauce, and over this the mixture of  crumbs, cheese and seasonings.  Brown in very hot oven, so eggs will  not be overcooked by time cheese is  brown.  ROLY-POLY  2 cups flour.  4 teaspoons baking-powder.  1 teaspoon salt.  4 tablespoons butter.  ���������U cup milk, scant.  \'s cup sugar.  4 oranges.  Grated rind {L orange.  ,(. cup water. ';  Mix and sift flour,  baking-powder,  and salt. With tips of fingers rub in  1 wo i ablennnonn butter, and mix to a  doug-h with milk.      Roll out ono-hatt  inch thick,    and   cover   with    small  pieces of orange  pulp.'     Mix sugar,  orange   rind,   and   remaining   butter,  nnd sprinkle two-thirds of it over the  orange. Roll up; pinch ends together;  place   in   baking-dish;   sprinkle   with  reninInlng sugar;  mirrourtcl with wa-  t(������������������)-,   i\ml bake   aVstmt. thirty   minuter*-.  Servo with an orange or 'lemon sauce,  A great deal of time is wasted by  urging the other fellow to have common s.ense. . If he hasn't common  sense, he won't get it,    so    Ief?   him  alone.  A fishing rod that registers the  weight of each fish as it is caught  has been invented and the hwentor  probably will starve and probably  deserves to.        -  Only the uninformed endure the  agony of corns. The knowing ones apply Hollo way's Corn Remover and  get relief.  For every dollar Canadian tourists spent in thc "United States in  1927, American tourists spent four  dollars in Canada, it is said.  Miller's Worm Powders are a  prompt relief from the attacks of  worms in "children. They -are powerful in their action ^.and-, while leaving  nothing to foe, desired as a worm ex-'  pellant, have an invigorating effect  upon the youthful system, remedying fever, biliousness, loss of appetite, sleeplessness, and other ailments  that follow disorders caused by  worms in the stomach and bowels.  The average man is better at confessing the mistake of other people  than he is at acknowledging his own.  One little trouble may make us  forget a dozen things we "ought to be  thankful for.  $1.15 per pound up. Twenty-one  samples free.���������Stocking & Yarn  Mills,. Dept. IT, Orillia, Ont.  .          ���������"      ��������� ..I - . i. iiac,. ��������� .111.11.   ,.���������'.....'..mi        -m  Htiij  Trade "**?  "PERMANENT BUILDING PAPER/  MR. THINKER-  here's your health  Most ot your client* are think-  erg.    A.   few   facts   regarding  Hercules- wiii impress them.  Hercule������-~in three grade*,  x,  acact xjeac~���������ift tested -and proven  The wood of the balsam flr ts very  light in color, and, being odorless, is  very (suitable for boxen intended for  piiekingf   food   iiuUnrials.  Minimi**-*   Liniment  rmiat-uy.  the  Universal  W.    -N,    X3,    1715  -^.      ^     wind .proof and damp proof. A  OH    \\ -t***1* thought will mhvrw them!  ./*;;~>-t     JOvth������t thli is all a building paper'  should be.  And ahove alt, by these vwy,1  qualitiiK-i, Hercule������ becomes ih������  protection of the nqoit precious >  treasures of the occupants; of)  any home���������-their health.  A sample of Hercule* Is yours.  for the aaking. ~  (f?nnf^fcAJ3rl <������p/i9n/y������tr ^nt^Ai$-'ftr%>  ;5i I ������<���������  the; eevtew,  creston,  b.  c.  M  You*  Grocer  Recommends I  said    Jack,  CHAPTER  XXX.-  -Continued  Only desperate men" would -ever  have dreamed of such a plan as theirs!  The camp was fenced with eighi  strands of barbed wire, * ? arid every  sixth fence-post carried an arc light,  But gcvith the aid of a file wliichfonc  of the men possessed, they would cut  the two lower strands, at dusk, jixsl  before the lamps were lighted, ana  crawl through. At the last,- moment  the other  two .men grew .panicky.   '.  "It: is- sure death," ysaid , one;  "they'll,catch us. I can see how they  are watching us.' . Td go, and takt  a chance: only I have a wife and kid  ���������I've got to think of themv" f;  The  other  man  declared  the  a foolish one    oia    account    of *  weather.    "January in    Germany  too much like, the corner of Portage  and Main," he said.  A new batch of prisoners had come  in that day, and one of them, who  was standing near enough to hear,  came to Jack: and?rasked if he might  go. Hey was .a grizzled" man of about  thirty-five... "'.'"  "I have ho one depending on, me,"  he said, "and I have already"-tried  iwice." - ,-f, :'..-..  P"Cqiae along,���������-sure,  '.. \l'iii ree f iimc sf and 6iit."  ;,i''^!.Than'k.:y6u'SO'm.ueh/' said the man  ���������|.-v;yJ^:.: '       -'.">--���������':-.; ���������������  ������������������;���������: Jack was startled by his politeness.  A prison camp ;does~ hot always foster the social amenities.   - ,,  ...,--. |^ff.'"Tour?name: is fDoran,   is it hot?"  -|1. Copyright,   Canada, 1988   :���������.:. f'P; asked his new friend.  ��������� "nr" ������������������ ii.        "������������������nas.lv  ������MiiiS is  ���������English���������at- least. that is  my-nickname.  We , are    both    from  Canada.   .. f.?: We might as Well try  it as die here .   .-f;  there is always a  "chance."--'    '��������� '?' '-pP"  ;-., fWui^e the prisoners: -were-   taking  their exercise just at nightfall walk-  ring* up and down the enclosure listlessly? aimlessly, Jack lay beside   the  fem*e ^tiling,   away ? the    two    lower  strands-   of   " wire,     f This    done    he  |. emwled 'through, .'English,   following.  The .prisoners, Who were all in the secret, kept a sufficient number direct'  ly'in "front of them to hide them from  :the camp. ?y '-:?j,y;'f  Out into the bog went the two desperate .men, fighting    for   what    we  nlnh  ^ol<? !?0 lightly because we have nev-  tke   ee   ^os*- -?t-  Theirs enemies f were cold  .?; "end   hunger   and   the   pitiless" rains  ta ��������� ���������-     ��������� *  which seemed to fall every day. They  |-*j6urneyed only by. night. Jack _found  his   new   friend's   knowledge   of   the  i country to "be remarkable. He seemed  l-to know every village, and he  spoke  .���������German. ,as.;rwell..gs a,native.. In this  ���������way"they,,. were able.,tq   travel- after  dark on the roads, and once they got  a lift yfrom a kiruJ-hearted waggonerf  with whom English carried on a long  [fyebhversation,  eliciting the     information that everyone was tired  of the  fvyar,  but it was considered the wisP  fest course to give the English a proper beating  and  teach  them not  to  ���������start -another.     He   asked   them   to  y^M-^m^m A*&$t4WS&fem*c.        .come in to his house for supper, but  &Mm\MmV&      .^-^^^^^^^^^l        t5?ey Vvcre afraid to do that, their Reel  +r    \W ;^^^^m\t\Wl^^^^^^i.      Cross clothes would betray them. The  ' kind-hearted  man gave   them   .some  j sticks of liquorice from a bag he was  I taking home to his children.  ;      "This  man is the  true    German,"  1 smd English, that night as they con-  1 Imuecl their journey, "genial, simple,  **hard-wor3?ing.   The   Germany  that  1  1 knew vfrhen I lived here was a. land  i r������i  music, fairy  talcs,  and a certain  chdd^like simplicity.      There was an  inherent desire to make things beau-  j Ut'ul,  to turn desert places into gar-  .|:de.n0.   But I was always aCraid of the  Prussians  and  tlieir  cast-iron methods.      Tbat, combined with the simplicity of tbe Germans, has made the  war possible."' -��������� -  Tlie, fugitives  lia<J  need oC all the  advantages  English's   k-nowleclge   of  J   ,      ��������� , .   ,.    ..    ., the country and language gave them,  million homes are never without .It*.I orable. Thc leaves', were gone from  If there are children in your fumi������y,f the trees, making . ulie'ter difficult;  there's almost .daily, need ol'Jts com-i lheye wen, no vegetables iti the gar-  liuh  The first night they * stayed in the  woods on, the bank, trying to think  out a plan. The river was in flood,  so swimming was out of the question.  "Uprooted Ueea fioafp������ in its current.  Vainly they hoped tor a boat or a  taft. The magical happenings which  come to travellers in books did not  come to them���������not a boat, not a raft,  not even a rope.  From their cover in the trees Jack  and his companion could hear the  sounds from the other side of the river, the ringing of bells, the shunting  of cars. There seemed to be only one  way, and that was to attempt the  bridge. It probably would-be guarded heavily, but English's knowledge  of German might help. It looked to  be-the only chance.  All day they -waited for the night  to come.   They had two good German  __���������^- ���������.~trn       -i-nl^-A.���������'-���������'/'=,_       ���������      j-.-s ��������� i.i "���������'   and Jack had'^:warmrpair} of stock-  ingsy To'ffet these fphgllShyhad gone  boldly into a garden as they came  through a vOagel He had a way of  quieting the dog^ by a peculiar whistle and this gave him a distinct advantage. The dogs who came out  barking fiercely, changed their attitude when he -spoke to them, and  even showed a: disposition to follow  him.: ��������� y aa ;?��������� '  "' -yy"  "If the dogs could bring us** food  we would have plenty," he said that  day, as they sat in the. spruce thicket. "The chances are agahist us,  Jack, but one of us may get over."  "One of us!" exclaimed Jack, "it  miist jbe both or none!"  "No!-" said the other, "it does not  matter much about me. No one cares  so very much, and it -happens that  the one person who cares a little bit  about me,- cares very much  you." Sf.  ' .. i. '  Jack looked at his companion���������dishevelled, dirty, long-hair-fid and long-  Whiskered,, his eyes bloodshot-��������� and  wondere"d if his mind were going.  'iAnd who is that?" he asked gently.  come to England and train as a[  nurse, and when I urged" her, she  showed me -a. httle dress she had been  making, ancl told me, and ,she told  me she was glad. Her only sorrow-  was that you were away and the adventure you were on was dangerous."  *T did not know;" Jack groaned,  -There was silence thenj when neither man could  speak.  (T oBe Continued.)  Teeth and Health  Is^'nof!      I?y      The      CaiTad3rtt������      Denta!  By   The   Sasltalcliewasii   UentaJ  Socltey  Vi:-  =y  THE SIX YEAR MOLAB  You have heard your dentist call  this first double tooth "the six year  molar."...' ,,.y:. ���������.���������;.. a.- -f --aP,'-  Why is this? -You have perhaps  guessed it-r-^that' it ���������is.', because it  erupts usually at about the" sixth  year.'  :  Now, you have been observant  enough to note that it is a first tooth  ih the sense that no tooth was lost  to make room for it. ���������'.  And. coming in at this early age,  you may have thought it a "baby  tooth'^ which fwould, in due time, be  shed.   ;���������  So, in your child, ypu have perhaps neglected' to give it the care  that it deserved-^-with disastrous results.- ���������''.'���������:  Wiihout doubt, this neglect is the  most common of dental sins committed "by parents, and perhaps with  gravest Consequences to their children.  '��������� ������������������.-':���������  Because, should this tooth become  so badly.decayed within from four to  six years following its eruption as to  infect the "pulp," your dentist as. a  rule, has no recourse but the use,of  the forceps���������and, losing the tooth,  aboutj ihe whole series is deranged," since, in  a real senser thi|s six year molar is  the key tooth" of the destai arch.  However, Nature is gracicusj for  sometimes you?wiii: find thai"iwhere:  this tooth has been lost at., an early  age, the second molar has -"drifted"  forward  to  fill the  space;  with -the  Duffc^T suffer headacfies, or any of  those pains a tablet of Aspirin can  end in a hurry 1 Physicians prescribe  it, and approve iis free use, for jt  do&s not affect the heart. Every druggist has it, but don't fail to ask the  druggist for Bayer. And don't take  any but the tablets that are stamped  with the "Bayer Gross."  Aspirin  ia the  trade inaTi  (registered  in   Canada 1  Indsc&tin-c  Buyer   Manufacture.    While  it  is  well known that Aarpirin means Bayer mura-  facturc. to assure the pnblic aeainst imit&tions.  tfea Tablets wUl he Btsaa������sfl -srlth their *'Bsyss  Orewa" trado nuaJe.     r ****  Little Helps For This Week  case���������better a little care ;at thei pro-  per^time, to prevent, this trouble  rather than to 'rely oh "Nature for a  cure.:::; ..(���������'���������-.���������,. .  ^  MANY MOTHERS  RECOMMEND THEM  yNhenyaUr  Children Cry  to* St  -^ ������.     ...  ,.v , . ��������� .    ���������-���������, j*third molar' advancing in turn as it  as if he would humor his poor friend's^erupts.    3ut  this  is  only rarely the  mood-.y. ::fy - ��������� " "  "Your wife, Helmi."  "Helmi!" Jack repeated, "My  Helmi!" P[-''  "Yes, yours^���������fehe is the only woman except my mother who ever  cared whether I lived or died."-    ������������������  ������jV ���������  Then he told Jack of his quarrel  with Xarseia in'Eaglef Mines, and of  Helmi's kindness, ahd "Of the week he  had,stayed in her hotise.  "She- asked me toypmy for you,  Jack," he -concltidedy "and. I kissed  her golden hair. She told me she was  sure you would go to the 'war, and  ashed me. if I met yota. would I be  your, friend. That. is , why, I came-���������it  seemed as if I must: come���������i-when :I.  found you at Vehemoor."  Jack's voice trembled as he spoke.  "Then you are Arthur Warner, and  I havd"*been doing you wrong in nxy  thoughts. No one told me. you were  hurt-���������they only gave- 'me half the  story. When I g*ot back I found Helrai  gone--gone without a word. Sha had  been gone a week���������I was a month  late ���������but the might have waited."  The trees were throwing long, cold  shadows over the sweeping curfent  of the river.  "Did you not know there was a,  good reason for her going?" Arthur  asked, after a pause.  "I knew nothing," 'said Jack.  "Whixt reason could there be?"  "She went to'tho city to a hospital  to give birth to your child."  Jack's, face grew white with pain.  "How do you know?" he whispered.  "She  told  me  Baby's   Own   Tablets   Are   Fine  v For Nervous, Sleepless  yl;y' ������������������>"'���������' Children '?'?';������������������ ;-:- f.  . From Canada tne fame of Baby's  Own Tablets is spreading over the  world. Mothers recommend them to  other mothers and wherever. they  are tried nothing but words of praise  are heard for these pleasant tasting  little tablets that promptly" relieve  the minor aliments of young children.  "Baby's Own Tablets are one of  the best remedies for children's ailments I have ever used," says Mrs.  Arthur T. Allen, of Auburn, Me.  "My little girl was nervous and  could not sleep.      I tried tho Tablets  "And now men see not the bright  light which is in the clouds; but the  wind passethf and cleanseta them,fr  Job^xxxviif' 21. :':':'' f 1>-?- -'- '''���������"���������'     ;;'; :-"'   '���������  His purposes will ripen fast,  y  " Unfolding every houi?;     ."      s  The bud may have a bitter taste,  But sweet will be the flower.  Blind unbelief is sure to err.  And scanHis work' iii vain-  God is His own .interpreter,  And He will make it plain.  '...'' ���������William Cowper.  There is nothing in what has befallen or befalls you which justifies  impatience of peevishness. God - is  ] inscrutable, but not wrong. Remember if the cloud is over you that, there  is a bright light always on the othd  sjde; also, that the time is coming,  either in this world or the next, when  that, cloud will be swept away, and  .the fulness of God's light arid wisdom "poured around you. If your life  is dark,, then walk by faith; and God  it: pledged to keep you as safe as it  you could understand everything.  ���������Horace Busiinellf  The.   Many-Purpose   OH.���������Both    in  the house and stable, there are scores  of uses for E>r. Thomas' Eclectric  Oil. Use it  for cuts, -bruises, .burns.  !������������ o*tJy.���������KilSved.Sf 0nee;- ,^hp scalds, the pains of rheumatism and  was also troubled with constipation | sciatica, sore throat and chest.  and nothing seemed to _help her.      3, Hotscs are liable    very    largely    to  1  had used the Tablets but a short  time before her bowels were rgular,  All mothers should keep Baby's Own  Tablets in the house, for they are a  valuable remedy."  Baby's Own Tablets are sold ..by  all- druggists or \vill be mailed on  receipt of price, 25 cents per box,  by The Pr. WiKiams' Medicine Co.,  ���������Brockville, Ont.  similar ailments arid mishaps us  ! afflict mankind, and are equally  amenable to the healing influence of  this fine old remedy which has made  thousands of firm friends during the  past fifty years.; ��������� *  Granted Temporary Parole  Two  Desitli  may - find   yen-.  fort. And any night   ������������������<y  -������.������������   ,������������... , ���������     llo caw    ,. th    {i(iM tt   it.vr.  very thankful there's n bottle in the,.���������">:"������������������> "^.f-0^..'" ,u,c ,leKI  H������, u,r"  " iw drop,1*,  aud-that   hungry travellers wtlSi a hiincly nieal  house, Just ai few  colic or constipation is" relieved; or  diarrhoea .checked. A vegetable pro-*  duct* a baby remedy meant for young  folks. Castoria is about thn only thing  you havo ovor heard doctors' odvisa  giving to infants. Stronger medicines aro dangerous to a tiny baby,  however ha tittles h they may be to  grown-ups. "Good old Gnstorlfi f Remember tiie name, and remember to  buy it, Tt may spare you a sleepless.  anxious nighty It Ja always ready,  alwaj'H safe to una; in oj-norgcnelc-V  or fV������r everytlny nllmontK. Any 1-nvur  of tha" day'or night that Baby be-  coiyibh fretful, or re^tteos. Castoria  w������������ never more popular with mothers than it is today. Mvery drujrglst  haa 31.  W.     N-     X3f,     17*10  and tliey could not ho sum of flndinn;'  ������ spruce' thicket or a wood of Scotch  llr ,jti!*.t when ^daylight; was ,������-Ciii*ilng,  but il lure wus one, advantage';in'Win-  tor travel���������-the nights we're longer.  A^ hundred times, Jack, J^leaaed the  li!t.pp.v^ chance which brought ��������� English  to camp that day. Hits knowledge  or wood-lore waa -^wonderful ������������������ he  KWiucii to' carry everything- tliat was  needed--a sort of Robinson. Senior  irom "Hwlws Family Robinson." He  nuifU- ii iive each morning In thc gray  dawn to dry their clothes, explaining to -.lack that a fire was almost in-  vlolble then. In daylight the Binolce  Shows, ' at night lhe flame, but In  ihe steely blue dawn a fire can be on-1  joyed in comparative safety, I  ir, "two r.TCc-!^ ttu-y xcaclucl i.i^ i!'������"'-j  er which would determine thoir fate. |  ji tseyond" It  lay  Mollm*n<1    and    anfety.jl  Negroes   Sentenced   To  May Escape Penalty  Governor Graves, of Birmingham.  I wanted  her  to i Ala., granted  a temporary parole of  I 60 clays to two negroes convicted of  ' murdering- a ncgress who    later    re-  " ' r" i i~i th m nf��������� i���������  !  PIMPLES ON FACE  Was Terribly Disfigur-ed,  Healed by;Cuticura,  "My trouble bepan with amall  pimples breaking out rail over my  face. They were very hard und  r������d nnd wealed over. The pimples  burned, especially when I rubbed  them, ond my Tace was. terribly dis-  (iguied. The trouble lasted over a  period of Hi'x months.  "Iiise������! several weU-'known tmti-1  edies without H-UCCCK.H. I decided to  try CuticuxA Soap and Ointment ko  purchased'son"*!, and after uolng  two boxen, of Cuticura Ointment,  along whh. the Cuticura Soap, [ am  grateful lo^ nay that I am completely  healed/' (Signed) Eld red Clark,  Box fl7, Mountain, One.  Rely an Cuticura Soap und Ointment to keep your ukUn clear.  *-������������������������*   Xt>J     tm*m>h  turned to her home after several  months' absence on a, visit to relatives, Thc two rricn. were crrargetl  with chopping' the woman's hady in  pieces and throwing them into the  Alabama River. TJic parole waa  grunted pending an ofllcial lnvestig*a-  tton.  ��������� _  ���������    ,    ' ���������  I-nt Mlnartl'H IJnlmenl. Helleve Pulny  An auto bus company In Europe *h  I compelling- each paflfleiip;er to htiy In  addition to 'the-regular-ticket, n special .'dip  covering- his   sharo  of   thc  ?;-asollne tax.  \ Thoro may ho other corn removers,  I hut you-will not he eoijipietely aati������-  I i\od until you have used HoSloway'H  i Corn Remover,   '  .~.&\t   4*M������.X.   T.*������ Lj   L-mU,      A. I'M ������.���������������*    i.Mri������M.ltJfcll i  |Jotn>lt   "Hrwn.|>oM.������������, tt*. Montram.-   ������Tlc������, ttnmp  Cftn. fllnliiianl VA mnt\ Mr. Tuli-Min 'itc.  According to a recent unnaunce-  I ment, Tokio, Japan, has nearly G.^JOO  j ���������orit'eetionarle,H and bakeries, and  j only about  1,000  meat nrnrlcotis.  l**'!h������;rrj!"������  i ������������������amrciy.  H-lsslmfat!���������*t8re     "UalverHal  Iliinuw For -Freneli Vm*r  Paris is preparing to turn landlord on a large scale. Construction of  modern apartments, on the site of  one-time fortlilcatkms, is now under  way. Oilicials estimate that 10,001)  Parisian families wi 1 be housed in  the new tau!lding*H at a cost of about  $160 a year, for four rooms und bath.  HELPED DURING  MIDDLE AGE  Woman Praises Lydia E.  Pirilrl-i^m's; Vegetable  Compound  Sarnui,   Ont.���������"I , am   willing   to  answer letters from oilier women, to  i tell them the won-  [derfiil good Lydia  10. THnkliam'R Vegetable  Compound  did mo. I cannot, l>������t  tlKinUfjil fM(>u|.;]i Unit],a  benoflts I  rt*-  I reived  durint: the  Chanjco ol Life. I  do housework and  my troubles made  me until: to worlc.  A   friend    ndvisi-d  me 1 c> try the V<-������-  etuble Compound, I felt ������reiit relies' at"  onoef bcRun to regain my appetite, und  mend your medicine to all with, trou-  hir������like! hafl."    fMns. "Iohn? P^v.s^ik*,  M'J. 1$. (Jiuktiutm Hi., Samia, Oulurio.  f \ >iw������*k.U.������vW|kTa^MA<V^M) ������l  ^*^������n ������������������ .#���������-*-*-.. Jfft*-���������  .--X������~������  J^Q-JJT.K^ .*  ^TfrA *T5^W*mS*/" -jM^RTt^M^T'C^-T-' W,  THE  ���������RESTOW  BEYIJS^  SPECIAL FOR TEN  DAYS ONLY!  Ifiyii 31   f||I~ WW OHI  Bathing Suits  witn sKtn  A good variety of colors to  chooseNfromt regular $2.85  Sp6cistl9 ������f������Z������25  Men's Cotton Bathing Suits  any color,    reg.  $1.25;  SPECIAL 95c.  V, MAWSON  THE CRESTON REVIEW  issued every Friday at Oreston. B.O.  Subscription : $2.60 a year in advance.  $3.00 to U.S. points.  C P. Hayes, Editor and Owner,  CRESTON* B.O������ FRIDAY. AUG. 17  Not Such a Landslide  Accounts   for " July  totalled  but I management,    on    account  $164, and these were ordered   paid, j narrowness of the streets.  It   was   also   agreed    to   issue   a  cheque for $300 fco pay for the lane  right of way, and $500 on the first  payment of the fair grounds.  of    the  tBJmf*QM&WtWt9  Now that the smoke of battle  has cleared away atid those who  delight in compiling figureR have  had opportunity to get into print,  it would look aa if the voting on  July 18th may not correctly be  desicna",ed as a landslide.  i-S   Vlttz  SHOE REPAIRS  at  Reduced Prices  Men's Half Soles $1.00  Men's Kubher tteels     .50  Women's Half Soles     .75  Women's Rubber Heel    .35  Workmanship guaranteed  x%.     etijn-u     uuncouuiiucuL      ui  Vancouver Sun has just submitted  a tabulated statement in which it  is elsowsi ' that had the Liberals  been able to. command another  1200 votes, and had. these additional fa*-yot*^*febl������ ballot-.s bser* ^u���������*oiQi-B^'!S''  distributed over twelve constituen  cies, such distribution wduld have  assured the election of another  dozen Liberals aid produced a  .house standing of 24 Liberals, 2S  Conservatives, and one Labor.,  And in selecting the   cons tit uen  cies for such  proposed  distribution  some very respectable Conservative  majorities   are   reckoned  with,  the  ridings in which said   distribution  were   intended   including   Creston,  North Okanagan* Nelson, Maoken  zie,     Lillooet.      Kamloops,    Ka lo>  Slocan, Grand Forks,  Fort George  Cariboo,    Burnaby,    and    Premier  MacXrean in  Victoria.  With but 1200 votes standing  between success and failure on  July ISth the work of maintaining  Liberalism intact for the contest  four years hence can be undertaken  with courage a-Jsd'hopefulness."  PENDRY���������At Oreston, on August  3rd, Hazel Adeline. >oungest daughter  of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Pendry, nged  7 years and 11 months. The funeral  took place o*a Saturday. August 4th,  to Creston cemetery, with Kev, W,  A. Greer officiating, and Lawrence  Hapten stnll, Jack O'Neil, Douglas  Spiers, Lambert Spencer, Edward  Hill and Hsroid 5sn!n**er aQtin" ������!>  IKuIbearers. There were many floral  tributes and h large turnout of friends  to pay a last tribute of respect. The  sympathy of sslt is extended the  bereaved parents mjxc! fasnilv.  Mrs. W. S. and Miss Mary Bush  received a telegraphic call to Hillcresfc,  Alberta, on Thursday 1-tst, owing to  the death that morning nf the former's  sister-if-s-lww-.   Mrs.  Joe   Morgan,   the  MINERAL ACT  PoimP  Certificate of Improvements  wor/ce  a Ksmsmrs r*m  taking  Pitittlier Creek  cemetery.  -nits mmn.        r������en       fitt mm A ������ ���������*���������������"*������  |^*kl������V-V.        -������'������������������       *u.***amj,**Mj  mra. .Morgan was quite a frequent visitor to  Oreston where she was well and favorably known, and much sj'jnputhy is  felt for Mrs. Bush as it was* jnst a few  months previous that Mr. Morgan  passed a wiay. =,  Pigs For Sales���������TTounpr plRS, #ood  stock, ready end of August, $5., A. C*.  Cox-(Alice Siding), CreBton.  eiisaate in she Neieon Mining Oi&ision  "   of Kootsnay district.   Where located:  On Fawn'Creek, near the Jfteno Mine.  TASIlfi' NOTICE that* I, A. H. Green, acting  ss agent for W. H. Rhcmberg. Free Miner's  Certificate No. 14889D, intend, sixty days from  the dato hereof, to apply to the Mining Record  .    _     >btainlr  above claim.  er for a Certificate _  purpose of obtaining  improvements, for the  a Crown Grant of the  And further take notice thatftotion.'-ancler  Section 85, must he commenood before the  issuance of suoh Certificate of Improvements.  ' Dated this ISth day of July. 1028." *  A. H. GREEN,  ������r CtrvnetmieaTTrcmmpmrtmlimm  Second Hand Store in  F. H. JACKSON  DPAI     fCaSS-T-A-T-fC  listings solicited.  CRESTON.    B.C.  Creston - Bonners Ferry  Extension Ask  Light Franchise  Porthili ��������� ...$ .SO  Copeland     I.OO  Bonners Ferry    1.50  Makes connection with Spokane stage  arriving Spokane at 5,30 p.m.  STAGE LEAVES CRESTON at  12 o'clock noon.  SWBE Headquarters:   PBEMIER 6AIU6E  MUh is a  Food  It combines in a delightful form all of  the vital things our  systems need. And  when Milk is handled  the way we handle it  it is the most wholesome food obtainable.  Our chief business in  life is producing and  selling   good     Milk.  Croston Dairy  tm.   ������-������������    WWH.M 0  "kj'l, a  The feature of the August session  of the village commissioners on  Monday night was a letter from  ������L S- Amon, asking the council to  extend till October 15th the agreement the village has with hins for  street lighting and electric light  atid -power service. This agreement ? expires at September 1st.  In bis letter Mr. Anion ad vibe*.'  that he expected to close the necessary financial agreements that will  assure -going ahesfed with the project immediately, and the council  decided to take no action regarding  an extension but will write Mr.  Amon asking him to advise  promptly if the tinanciug is successfully negotiated, and if it is thv  matter of extension fwill be yon  sidered.  John -Onilliiiiar ' &>r Irricana,  Sask, had a letter asking to be  advised if there is an opening for  a barber shop in Creston, which  the clerk was instructed to answer  in the negative.  Chairman Comfort of tlie Roads  and Streets Committee was given  authority to remove all the surplus  rock from the road on Wilson  Avenue and down Fourth Street  to the Commercial Hotel, and before any further gravelling ia done  it is likely the council will aeon re a  screen and put ou no rock over an  inch in size;  The olerk reported receiving a  cheque Tor $514, which is Creaton's  share of the 33 per cent, of the  provincial motor license revenue  which ^s paid over to organized  di tricts.  Title deeds have now been received for the 20 foot lane purchased  in the rear of the premises facing  otr Canyon street off Victoria  Avenue, ns well as the agreement  of Rale of the fair grounds to the  village. A safety keposit box will  he rented at the bank for the safe  keeping   of   these   rend other docu  HY-** nn#n  LocslI and Personal  E. Ferguson of Nelson, provincial  assessor, was here on his annual business* visit on Wednesday and.Thursday. For th������*- village he uses the roll  prepared.by thefvillage assessor in the  collection of school taxes.  The village has just received the  first of the 1828 government, gratuities.  It is ^a cheque for $514���������Crestor.'s  share of the provincial motor license  fees. This is a gain of about $30 over  the. ������mount received in 1927.  Alex. Mii**'belli is now occupying  the new storey on Canyon street.  opposite French's barber shop, which  has just been erected by A. Manuel.  Alex, will carry, hits shoe, store "a*icl  shoe  repair  work  at  the new stand.  At the August meeting of the  village council on Monday night- a  letter was read from H= S= Anion asking that the date foi the delivery of  the electric light and powei- service  be extended from 'September 1st to  October 15th.  ^ Kev. A. Gariick, W. Fraser, Major  Malland ine and John Bird of Lister  were motor visitors to Cranbrook on  Wednesday, where they attended a  joint comiimnicatiou of the Fernie  and Cranbrook Masonic Lmdges und  the usual after-banquet.  The official count of the votes cast  in the Creston riding tat the provincial  election on J;:lyc lStffc Svas' made on  Thursday last "hy'the-'returning officer.  A. Lt, Palmer. Col. Lister's majors! y  is 206. Ue polled a total of liSi votes  to Frank Putnam's 978.  nnouncing the  MEW  TIMTYlto  ^another Sera-satiotaal Chevrolet IMpe  fVTOW Chevrolet presents the New Utility Truck���������  X.^% a low-priced haulage unit embodying every feature  of advanced engineering developed through years of  experience in commercial car-building and proved hy  exhaxistive testing on the General alotoss proving ground!  Typical of the progressive design embodied its this sensational  new truck are a four-speed forward transmission, powerful non-  loeking ������our--57hccI brakes, full bslS-beasiasg steersreg rmeGhaJsism*  front shock absorber springs, air-boon^ seat cushions and channel  froat bumper. In addition, it effera all those basic features which  have been so largely instrumental la Chevrolet's treanesdoos rsasc-  ���������- ������= 4.u~ .^wM'B'u^a^-jjBij^ef trssks���������ragged rear."jasde -ssith  cess as tare woriti's u _ ..._....���������  one-piece banjo-type housing . . semi-elliptic spriatgs set  parallel to the load . . completely enclosed valve-in-head motor  with air cleaaer������ oil filter and positive action vane type oil pump   _^.������-   -.*    =_,*.__   ~s _.<_^e_^.  XBfBKiS^tJSPO*tX%f  6VnHW������ ut   wawi,   ������*������.*������*������*������������t������w**  -j������_j:���������~  The Putnan������9 P-iimer & Staples,  Limited, sawns!!! east of town closed  down on Monday, after a very successful ais*. iBionths'' run when they filled a  O.P.K. contract for some 100,000 railway ties. The plant will resume  cutting about the middle of November.  Attention .^is directed to H. @. Mc-  Creath'a announcement this week.  Doe to the demand for all avadttble  cars for the ftrain haul little, if any,  coal will be delivered at Creston for  sonie iiHintho after ea'rly September,  and tbe wise fiiel buyer will order his  coat ut once.  . Cole & lingers circus played to about  $650 crowds nt the performances on  Thurtulfiy afternoon and evening last.  The circus did not give any too |<reat  aatisf action, and much disappointment was expressed vvlien tbe street  parade failed to materialize. It had  to   be   cancelled,    according     to    the  heigh*   .   .   genero-ds road,.;de������raD^8 f-Qd ^tiUl^ otherieatares  of -ztfxxapaieaLhleP**^^ PS.a.^S. . ^.aiaaa:; aaa :a %a..  Visit your Chevrolet dealer and^gct a trial-load demonstration  ot this remarkable new tracks It has been developed to meet  the modern conditions of business transportation and body types  are available for every, type of business. c?������.������>*������wc  AT WALKERVttlLE. ONTARIO  Government "Saxes, Spare The, Boaper and Bc*Jy Bxtza.  TheG.M.A.C.  . . General Matonf MM���������m^f^pi^'^^^^Af'  moxt convenient asd economical tea* pf tmying your Chevrdlei on tme.  WORLD'S LARGEST BUILDER OF TRUCKS  Kootenay Garage  Creston    - '   Cranbrooh  PRODUCT    OF    GENERAL    MOTORS    OP    CANADA,   LIMITED  >w.w * ������.       ^|.       ���������<  ..I i.. in im mjii ...    mi  ^^**n^ v*      "up ^a*Ml^4 fjr    y a   m' ���������% ^  i u. | i    c__jj n       h  -B-uJ ��������� m Q    B ���������   "u B''" u   ���������    y  Why wftit till September 1st For your LikIj s or Power?  Why tfnmhir������ wImmi yon r������nn &&%��������� tt wore t.ltitigi; ?  We ������an ������ive yon Li������hfc and Power now. A pjood, steady,  bright li������y;lit���������anrl nn oheaplj* n.s anybody, mud all tho year round.  Winter will noon be here. Why not. prepare l'or the Ion f  winter riitfl'tH now.     Let uh take care of your wauls.  House Wiring.     Power Installations.    Fixtures  of all kinds nt the ripilit price,  m   *g���������j*g*-|*     j^    ������S~y< ^"~t. 'WTl mtfi-lmt "H "**"���������*���������������. itf*"'"-*���������*������   Tm "tt*^ ^I'.^<t    I  m     ^l     J   \m     m     *   ^^   W*\      V Ai. ^m\     W *%. Wm.   wV   ^L    W  \m Jr ^L    EI     Q   \J   mL ^sJL.   ������������v^il     h  ���������in '"a***..!. juar^HM*.   s~^**~.     .^nk*~       ^^���������m������   W^-+mu*rr4tr   ^S w**.,������_^r^       ajlP ^Al^*--     ^**mH       ^^������-.i]iih W^ i������i������aaav *ki_^ ^^H^^/^^m       m^^m*****^^    ���������.^���������������������������n.     T^Ww.   W^**.*^M������r Jl  1 ������i  RITISH COLTJlVreiA  Has preduced Minerals valued as follows: Placer Gold, 978,194,908; Jtode Gold, $190,ftBl,D10; BHver,  $B������,080,046; Lead; $121,850,734; Copper, $221,501,070; Zinc, 959.508,008; Coal, 9271,204,668; Structural -Material and Miscellaneous Minerals, 953,802,301;  making Its mineral production to fhe end of 1027 show on  Aggregate Value of $1,048,837,828  The rabataritlal pro-p-ess of ihe Mining Industry of this province is strikingly exhibited In tlie follo-wlna*  figures, -which show tlie value of tlie production for sucnesslve five-year iieiiodfl: For all years to 1805, In-  olwilve, K04.K47.241;- for five years, 1800-1000, $87,607,067; for five years, 1001-1005, 906^07,068; foa* five years,  ^__.i .     vi_- -J il        '-J^^;-*-   i '^- J3    *tf? *? _      ��������� **������������������ mi m.m.m    ��������������������������������������������������������������������������� im      mm*m m tm Amtmr*,   amm .       m ��������� mr*. ... mAk*tm    ***.****        *mah*a* A*i***m Wmimtohtm     .0>mmm     ���������*���������������������������  lUUU-lUXU, ^iZttfiyaittiii tor five yetun*, lvu.u.-xvxm. ������x������j&,vaZ,owoi  tor mjvwo y������u.n% ***.vr-������vnum, if*<M/,&MW)������>w5������ *w������  m*  years, 1021-1026, 9281,018,402; for 1027, $<J0,729,3S8.  Production Last Ten Years, $453,266,721  Lode mining has only heen In progress for about 2B years, and only about one-half of the Province has  been even prospected} 200,000 square miles of unexplored mineral bearing land are open for prospecting  The Mining laws of this Province ore more liberal and the fees lower than those of any other Province  Ita the Dominion, or any Colony In tho British Empire.  Mineral locations aro grant**! to dlst-ovexers for nominal fees.      ,  Absolute Titles are obtained hy developing sueh properties, fthe security of which Is guaranteed by Crown  Grants. ' .  Practically all British Columbia Mineral Properties, upon which development worlc has been done are  described in some one of the Annual Repents of tho Minister of Mines. Those considering mining Investments should refer to such reports, Thoy are available without charge on application to tho Department  of Mines, Victoria, B. C, Reports covering each of tlie six Minora! Survey Districts are published separately, and are available on application. Reports of the Geological Survey of Canada, Winch Bulldlne, Vancouver, iue M-ecoumvi-kended uu valuable soured of Infoimatkm.  Full Information together with Mining Reports and Maps, may be obtained gratis by addressing  'I'JtUHJ JtlUi**J, 'X"������LW WOJNJtay'X'JHJi* OJo' 'MilMUtit  Victoria, British Columbia,  M*u>   i Ml i ..niiWh  i������w*ywwgigiiwg������^  MM  HH  mmm THSS CBESTOW BBTOBW  <t  ms.  0**. m*t  mm.        ^ ^ ���������. I ^ rB*= ������?*  l^ljeSllBl BSISSHHfSS WW  THE BESt EgUSPPEB SUSJHcSS SQILESE BH BMISH CQU88SB1&  B   Sl  8*4. B  I  SOUND COMMERCIAL TRAINING in  Shorthand, Typewriting, Bookkeeping, Penmanship, Spelling,'  Commercial JfinRliah, Commercial Arithmetic-, Commercial Law  Filing, and General Office Procedure.  A British Columbia Business College for British Columbians.  The College in which Students either Work or Leave  hTmm7Vmjf-'Vm\7*9*ymf /Fi������l.n������ttS?nJf������!>*7>&  &������*MAT'S?RATESW?������ ^aJL   f������������*o  ������.22. wm      1 JtmmmSwm   W^MmSSS&I* L������������>.^  ������!?***    M **S9HS**AZA%.   SM������;  S.3IJS.O  Local audi Persona!  Ovm Haydea spent a tew days witn  SpoltHne friends last, week.  Fred Halp wab''Visiting with friends  in Ci-finbi-ook h few days last week.  - Miss McPherson of JKaslo was the  guest of Jliss sJilx jiBi-uer last week..  M. B. Joyce and It. J.. Forbes spent  the fore pa r*t of tbe week in Spokane.  Jas. Cook is a business visitor at  Nelson this week, leaving on Wednesday. ���������  Dr. and Mm. Liilie' were Spokane  visitors a few days at the first of the  week. -   -  "Rolanr>/������Aw  FEES ONLY $17.50 A MONTH.  i  Vaccum Bottles? 15 oz,��������� ��������� $ ���������SS  Thermos Bottles, @!as$, 15 oz* 1.50  Thermos Bottles, ���������������������f^ _ 1,75  Thermos and Vaccum Refills  511!  newin-sj aeqtiaintances  week.  in   town   this  ��������� -va.  Sun Shades,- Sun Visors,   Sanico Picnic  Paper  Plates, Paper  Cups, Picnic" Spoons.  Sporting Goods,   Kodaks,   Films  Amateur Finishing.  Mrs. Green of Cranbrook is a visitor  at Creston thi* week, a j������nest nf Mr?.  Twigg.  J. A. Lid gate, now at South Slocan  i.-* rcitewinf? acquaintances in Oreston  this week.*  Mrs. M.York and daughter.Blaoohe,  were  Cranbrook rvisitors  a  few days  l������.*������a-  H...J.I.  Mrs. McGonegal and Vera and Hazel  spent a few days last week with Spo-  Jkane frionds.  THE? REXAL-Ij STORE  i   RRFSTnN ORiin & RQQ3C STORE  I ^SBtaW B^|-fl    mVUmlmttrntr- *Mr    Bm9mST)0������*\   ���������*# 1 <U?9B������s  Mr. Dingle of Vancouver, inspector  of postfaijSces was here on an ofiuciai  visit this week.  Miss Nellie McClnre of Ne'son is on  a holiday visit at Creston. a guest of  Mis. Jap, Cook.  Miss Hazel Hopwood wae a visitor  last week with friends at Cianbrook  and Crowsnest.  Mis. Palmer of Kaslo is a Creston  visitor -this week, a guest of her  daughter, Mrs. Chas. Moore.  Miss "Lillian   Wilson   of Edmonton.  GEO, BU "&MKJEJY  ex? -a o   ������*  Js a word that rtieans.a^great deal  indeed.     You can get it here.  And you can get it from your car  after it has been here.  Alberts.   Mr. and Mrs. J.  ���������nSv   WtrBK  W. Robinson.  \vii.n  I  PR EM I E R   GARAGE  PALMER   &    MAXWELL  SERVICE ON ANYTHING OPERATED BY GASOLINE  Much has been said recently about reforestation  in British Columbia. The present forest is the  result of natural reforestration when the human  hazard was not present to defeat nature.  Natural re-stocking of cut over lands is now going  oh, as may be seen almost everywhere, and nature  will again re-establish the forests if only fire is kept  out.  Frevent Forest Fires I Yea  Oan  3-mmm.3au������   H  BRITISH COLUMBIA FOREST SERVICE.  mmmmmmmmimmmmmmmfmfmKmutipt^M^^^^^^  .Printed Butter Wraps at The Review  Mrs. Midford, who has been visiting  with Mrs. John Spratt. has returned  to her home in Bouners Ferry.  Mis. Smith of Powell River, who has  been a visitor with her sister. Mrs. C  Moore, returned home Monday.  Miss Marion IJearmonth 'left on  Monday for Kelson where she will  spend the week visiting friends*.  Mr. and Mrs.. *W������. Simister spent a  few dayf last week^renewing- acquaintance with friends at Pas** points*  Due-to secretary Forbes being- ont  of town there was no August meeting  of the board of trade on Tuesday  night. , ���������.     ���������  Mrs. Ed. Gardener and two children  left on Sunday for Nelson to join Mr.  Gardner, and where they will reside  in future.  Hon aid Gibbs oft Penticton is spend-  ing part of his summer holidays with  Creston boy friends, and is a guest of  Jacky BlinCo.  Mr.  Giscombe <oi 'Vancouver   is  in  charge  at   the  Bank   of  Commerce,,  while  Manager  fc'orbes is on a   two  weeks* vacation. ,  Mrs.  E. J.  Winchcombe. who has  been  visiting at Turin  and Macleod,  Alberta, for the past month returned  home last week. ,  Mr. and Mrs. P. R..Truscott.1 who  have been on a motor trip to Fairmont  Hot Springs, returned home the latter  part of the week.  Miss Helen Shan Ik, who has been  Visiting Mis. Geo. Morrison the past  three weeks, has returned to her home  in Calgary, Alberta.  Ratepayers are reminded of the  school meeting on August 81st to discuss the bn3������ing of another acre for  school ground pur pones.  Mrs. Hopwood got back on Wednesday 'rom h two weeks' holiday visit  with relatives and friends at Banff,  Calgary and CtowuneHt.  John Johnson and Harry Winchcombe of Macleod, Alberta, spent a  few days with the hitter's brother.Ted  Winctic.-vtiibi), lust wc-ek. ,  Mr. and Mrs. Harold Goodwin and  daughter of Kellogg, Idaho,wore visiting last week with tho formers parents. Mr. and Mrs. T. Goodwin.  Mrs* Roovea, of Oulgary, Alberta,  la spending a. holiday visit nt Creston,  a jgoeat oi her brother. Herb Christie,  whom ehe bus not seen for a n umber  of yelLtB.  Mias Louise Bevan, who has been on  tho staff of tbe Chase National Bank  wince igotng to New York two yeuro  ago, fs homo for a six weekh' vacation  with her varentfl, Mr. nnd Mrs. K. 8.  KcvRn. Her sSctsri. J������Eea iJUvdiyn Rcw-  im, of Kelowna, also arrived thl������ wtrnk  for a holiday visit with her pnrent.0.  ass  Order  ow  B  ���������  ������  The C.P.R. has just advised that commencing early in September every^ available car is  to be used for the grain-haul.-.  This will mean that aii shipments of Coal  will be stopped for at least three months.  I  i  We are booking orders for the well-known  GALT Coal, and can look after all your requirements if orders are placed by sept. 1st.  fW  MJ*:S/ij������\ S    ~J^^r~,jS. -!Z        &������f*������C      ���������^^^^m~m.****      -������������������������������������������ fcll t\if n,TUJ (������[J Cl������  menU    Our first carload is nonj&~in.  Is^S SSSl^^  ts  Long Service  ^J^HE Imperial Bank was founded during  JL the. period when fanning constituted  almost the tehole industrial Hfe of Canada.  City streets were once thronged on Market  Dsy and tb������ tsasss v&Bst&a st every post*  Xisses ehaagc  tfce hitching post has  gone-���������but the fanning industry can never  ���������, be superseded.   Every day is market -day  now, and the farmer is a business man and  a student of markets.  The Bank has always regarded the  farming industry as of prime importance  and tsii! give every consideration to ibs  interests-; ol its farmer clients.  "imi-'CIMAL DFmw  Creston Branch :   C, W. ALIiAN", Manager.  Branches at Cranbrook, Fernie, Invermere     '  Assets of Onef^indredand'nHrty-five Millions  173  Thrift  cous������ses ia spending less than  you earn.  J������ by careful economy you can  save snoney, you have taken a  long step toward contentment.  We pay interest on Savings balances and shall welcome your  account. ^  THE CAN.ADIAN BiftJNK  OF COMMERCE  Capital Paid Up ^O^OOOgOob  Reserve Fund $20,000,000  Creston Branch  R. J. Forbcts, Manngcr  mmmmmmmm, mmwvm������mmim&A**'mMmm\*^^  URNS&CO-MPANY,it(l.  "MEAT MERCHANTS  f***MsmmmmmmmmymmmmA>mmim*mm^r*mmmm*mt*iA^^  ITBY OUR  SHAMROCK PORK SAUSAGE  An ccnnoratanl dish, anay to norve.  '   Shamrock Ifaantt HAM, BACON and LARD  GLENDALE CREAMERY BUTTER  Government. Kraded, ItifthoBt quality,  rjK&&t*   net %*���������Jt%ja>iJ rl&tna  nil varEotfoa.  Choicest BEES*, PORK. MUTTON* VEAL, LAMB  RfjRNS* )W>fe*X POULTRY FOOD  inct-cnraaii i'KW ������������>'oiSttt)t]^������.v and pvodi,oon b^ttin" siwulin-yv    13try tho bent.  a.-^.VwMinWiilii^������WWJaiiMi:tW^ ���������Ys'p  -:THE:: REVIEW;' OTEST0N..", b.   a  1=^-  tea*  Red Rose Orange Pekoe is the finest  s tea sb tlie best pack^e-���������Muimmum  Canada To The Fore  Frown On Reassess Flying  Ban Placed   On  U.S.   Army   Airmen  13oin������- "Daredevil Stunts At  Exhibitions  f A tonwas placed today on "United  States army aviators participating; in  exhibitions of dare devil stunts, suc������  as .-wing- walking- and performances' of  a similar nature.  "This does not, of course, apply to  ���������legitimate flying acrobatics at proper  .altitudes,'1 explained Army Air Secretary Davison, "but merely to exhibitions such as trapeze work, wing  'walking*, changing from one plane to  j another in thc air, transferring from      automobile to airplane and stunts or  that character."  ; The breaking- of records by Canada is becoming a confiypionp.ace. It is  indeed an oft' year when, in some branch of /human activity and endeavor,  this young ibominion does not attract world attention to itself b*j( some -new  and  startling- achievement.  Prior to tlie war, Canada was hardly known, even as a name, to the  vast majority of the peoples of Europe, and those who recognized the name  itad but slight knowledge of the country. To most of the world, Canada  was one of the colonies which Britain had scattered her*e and there oyer  the face of .thef globe, but Which was of little value and of still less importance  in .world affairs. ,��������� '    . ���������������,'���������"  In the war Canada  made* a name for    itself, arid  other nations  were  NEED RICH BLOOD  This Lady Found Dr. Williams'  Pink Pills a Friend Indeed  Just because she is n. woman there  are times when every woman needs  help and strength in the -form of a  blood-building" tonic.  To thousands of girls. and women  Dr. Williams' Pink Pills have proved  a blessing because they    enrich    the  A FRIEND OF THE PRESS  enrich  suddenly made to realize that there had arisen in the western hemisphere-blood,  give strength and restore tone  " to  the   aching nerves.   The   anaemic  a nation which already was helping to write history, in large and impres- ���������  sive characters and was destined to have a profound effect upon international relations, political and economic. Canada's war effort served, perhaps as nothing of a less spectacular nature could have done, to turn the  attention of the people of the United States northward, and awaken them to  the fact that the whole of North America was not to, be found within the  confines of the republic: ihat, on the contrary, a second American power  was rapidly developing at their very doors.  Since the war the reality of this fact has year by year been emphasized.  Long the world's greatest exporter of wheat, the United States has seen  Canada pass it a^nd secure that title by a wide margin. "Within the past year.  or two, the XTn'ted States has been forced to also relinquish to Canada, the  distinction of being the world's largest manufacturer of pap-uv. fciteadily.  year by year. Canada has been passing other countries in the production of  gold and is now wri&hin measurable distance of overtaking the United States  and assuming second place to South Af rica. -  Contributing a volume of only minor importance to the total trade and  commerce of the world a bare generation ago, Canada is now one of the  world's greatest traders, a? factor to be reckoned- with in all the markets of  the world. Before the war, dependent upon the money markets of Great  Britain jand the United States to finance its many undertakings, Canadians  today are able not only to finance their own country, but to an ever increasing extent are financing huge undertakings in other countries, while at the  same time rapidly buying back into full Canadian control many large corporations of this country whie*t in years of our financial immaturity -were  financed and controlled by British and United States capitalists.  The war, and Canada's significant participation therein; also had the  effect'.of raising the international status of the Dominion, giving it not only  a st atus of equality with Great Britain within the Empire, but the rank of  a nation iin the council of nations. The refusal of the United States to join  the League of Nations undoubtedly had "the effect of the more directly  focusing attention upon the North American nation which did join,' and  placing Canada in the forefront in the League membership.  And since destiny thus called upon Canada to play its p~&.rt in the International arena, this Dominion assumed the responsibility with dignity and  real effectiveness. Its place around the council board at Geneva has been  no minor nor insignificant one. Rather, Canada has wieldea an influence  possibly out of proportion to its present population, but in keeping with, the  growing importance which other nations now attach to this Dominion.  Having thus movecLout into the great international arena, Canada this  year decided to" be worthily represented at the Olympiad, the great meeting  place of the athletes of the world. Despite its small and widely scattered  population,  this 3roung Dominion, dared to try conclusions with the,.much  more numerous representatives of other countries in the field of sport arid  athletic skill and endurance.  And again Canada surprised the worlds The  sons and daughters of the Dominion carried the flag of Canada to victory  t������me and time again, winning many of the premier events.      A Canadian  {���������ehool,boy, Percy Williams, of Vancouver,  achieved the double victory "of  winning the 100 metres and the 200 metres race, regarded as classics of the  great meet. Ethel Catherwood, a Saskatchewan girl, won tne high jumpVnd  in doing- so established a new world's^ x-ecord. A quartette of Toronto girls  girl who is languid and pale; -the  wife whose back feels like breaking;  the matron whose health fails as she  teaches n-tiddle age���������for all such sufferers Dr. Williams' Pink Pills are  invaluable because ill-health in girls  and women is usually caused by poor  blood or insufficient blood. These  pills have proved a blessing to thousands of others, why not you? At  various stages of life Mrs. G. R.  Lake, Walton, N,S., has proved tlie  value bf Dr. Williams' Pink Pills. She  says:-���������"I first used, these pills when  a young girl, for it is during the 'teen  age when nature calls upon, every bit  of the reserve strength, we have that  we need their rejuvenating* help. It  was then I found Dr. Williams' Pink  Pills a friend indeed. And again,  now that the girlhood stage is past  and I am a mother of four children,  subject to all the cares and worries  of the home, Dr. Williams' Pink Pills  is fhe only tonic I take to keep up my  health and strength, and they havt=  never failed. Should any ailing  girl or weary mother, due to my advice try these pills, I know they will  find them as equally good .as I havt  done." ''���������������������������;��������� '*_ ' -"? ?  You can get' these"pills  from any  medicine dealer or    b>y "* triail    at    5t>  cents a box from Thec Dr. Williams  Medicine Co., Brockville, Ont.  Saskatchewan Wheat Pool  The Saskatchewan Wheat Pool report an increase in acreage signed iip  for the new five year contract period,  1928-1933. They report 85 per cent,  of the old contract holders signed to  date, also a large number of nev-j  contracts.  "Look for  It on. the  dealer's  counter  Miller's Worm Powders, being in  demand everywhere, can be got at  any chemist's or drug" shop, at very  small cost. They are a reliable  remedy for worm, troubles and can be  fully relied upon to expel worms from  the system, and abate the sufferings  that worms cause. There are many  mothers that rejoice that- they'found  available so effective ,a remedy for  the relief of their children.  F.  E.  TRABJTMAJST  Press        Representative,        Canadian  Pacific     Railway  Newspaper editors, and, proprietors  from the Great Lakes to the Pacific  Coast, comprise quite a j-arg-e fraternity,   and  to   know  each   and  every  one individually means a fairly large  acquaintanceship.   Mr.   5\   E.   Tratit-*  man,   C.P.R.    Press    Representative;  will possibly, tell   ypu   that .fhe   has  more than a    nodding    acquaintance  with aii the old-timers and most of  the menwho fhave more recently entered the newspaper field "in We stent;  Canada. Quite:  'a    f ew'y: yyiears yhave  passed since Mr. Trautman  quit the  editorial  chair'"of the Vort  William  Times-Journal,   to   enter   the   service  of tlie  Canadian Pacific  Railway   in  bis;" present capacity.   "JOurlngr ike-"intervening time he has cultivated :and ;  held the friendship of tSxe newspaper  men throughout Western  Canada   in  particular      and      Eastern     Canada  as .well. Mr. Trautrnan's outstanding  characteristic is his geniality, and the  whole-souled   interest   h.e  has   taken  in the welfare of the press is proverbial.  lie has been ever present at annual gatherings of the 'Manitoba,  Saskatchewan, and Alberta weekly  newspaper associations, and h&s con- j  tributed in his own way, and in a  large measure to the success of these,  conventions.  More  for   your  ���������money   &,.~       aad  >-tl*gf ;;feesty P������p^raM.i������&S  *  j~*t~A ���������������T'e-- :-e~���������j^a, 'A������������������  ^MLG-W������Ug OWGCIi   ������1^*  any money      ci 32  y' f, ?r ---~������������mM������n������.i'i ii������ 111 masAsA  Medicine Jtlat Canneries .���������-���������-���������,--.-,  Machinery is now being installed  in. the plant purchased by the Brod-  erf Canning Company aridy tomatoes  ;and fruit from the "Medicine Hat area  aind British- Columbia wiU-be canned  there this; fall.?;  yysyy/y.-,.��������� y-Si-.  .,  Reduced By ���������> Asthma.      The   coh-  stsn.t strain isf fsgtiiiria brliis'sythe *oa-  tient to "a' dreadful state of hopeless'  exhaustion." JJiariy use ^S.6uSd by all  means be made of the famous Dr. J.  D. Kellogg's Asthma R-qmedy, winch  more than any other acts quickly and  surely on the air passages afid. brings  blessed help and comfort. No home  .where asthma is present in the least  degree should be without this great  remedy.  Hope is one of the greatest things  in life. And if a. little work is added  to it the result is achievement. ;  Secure  Grazing  "Lease"  A  lease for  grazing: purpooses of  The ��������� value of the production of the  fisheries of Canada for the year 192V,  was $49,460,600.  FALLING HAIR.  Minard's. rubbed into the scalp  four times a, week .arrests, falling hair, removes dandruff and  promotes growth.  also broke the world's record in winning tke 400 metres relay race. Con- J G3.,80T acres of land northwest of the  sidering the  number  of  events  in  which  the  Canadians  participated,  no  other country in the world approached thoir record.  It's more than a problem in  geometry, to square the eternal triangle.  Larkes: "But think of the old.  days, the galley slaves, for instance."  Sparkes: "Well, all they had to do  was row a boat, and they had plenty  ot" help,  too."  National Radio Chain  fcJ^lMJMkt^KM^.  ''l^WW-gtff*^^  Big Earnings  aire made by AgemiH who  South Saskatchewan river, has been  granted the Home Ranch Company,  Ltd., of Bow Island, Alta.  Hand Tailored  Men's Clothing  A particular;*/ good-wellintf lino  1 of quality clothing* that ap-  I>i>u.1h to the bettor class trade.  All advanced styles.���������designed  by Mr. Sam KalleH, member of  Tho Intemationnl Designers'  AsHOcii'tion. KnmploH oi'��������� man-rials fFMnofll Scotch and  Knglisli Woollens > und all ata-  t Umnry .'-supplied ������'r������M\ An. opportunity to got into business  lor youi'solf, Improved im������hh-  iii������-m<siil chart:* nlmpllCy order  tukijiH? Write for Information  to  KALL.E8  LIMITED     1  y<������s  Vfoiifp1 WI- Toronto, Ont. j  1 'ii'frrrtur    ISni/nl Htmif ttf t'tfuntit[ I  T IIUMMW -"���������"-- ]."T" ���������"" ���������'.'���������"���������" " ..���������..^.-^.���������^r...r.-T..Y���������ri........������r..........^  ^.������������m^i������,>������i������-.������w������i!������,ii������iii������i������������>.wij������.wii������i������������<M������>i������i������<iii������i������iiiiiiM.iiiii������������������������>iiaiii������������.H������ii������������������ia������ia  TTiffiyr*iM"^^^r'nhrt^'"'"-^'-'t"''T^f rr-iri ir-'���������."-ir nff-.r.( r.f ] -  IT.i  Rrouricusling C������>mp;uii������-n. To Improve  Quality Or Studio Frog ranis  A national chain broadcast organisation,  divided  into    two    sections,  will commence operation about Scp-  I tcmber  3, it was announced in Tor-  i onto,   by   R,   W.   Ashcroft,. who  has  been appointed manager of the newly   formed   Trans-Canada   Broadcast  Company.  Mr;. Awhcroft said tbo organisation  of tbe company was the. outcomft- oC  a suggestion by P, .T. A. Cardin, minister oC marine and fisheries, that an  effort be made by Canadian broadcasting* companies to improve the  quality, of domestic radio programs*.  Key stations of tho now organization will bo located in Winnipeg and,  Toronto,  [RlrvdonfH in Montrenl, Ottawa,  Kingston, Hamilton, London and  Quobflc, will bo linked up with tho  custom fiootlon and stations In Saskatoon, Regina, Edmonton, Leth-  brKlgo nnd Vancouver with llie woat-  tern, section.  Chnf'lty <'������wh i\ mMl*Mnd������- r*( hIp������h  that iihouhl be allowed to renialn^um-  covurcd.  Minard's Liniment for Blistered Fe������t.  First Maid: Your fiancee stutters  quite a bit, doesn't he?  Second Maid: Yes, but it doesn't  matter. After wo arc- married he  won't, have a thing to aay, anyway.  1 .  When a small boy isn't doing anything else he eats something.  i. M.M^M,m^i*J%J mJ.  A Remedy For IQamcho,���������To have  the earache Is to endure torture. Tho  oar is a delicate organ and few caro  to deal with it, considering it work  for a doctor. Dr. Thomas' Eclectric  Oil offers a single remedy, A fow  drops upon a pieco of lint or medicated cotton ancl placed in the ear will  do much in relieving pain.  Oreyhowvlfl nrp pr*i������inps thn oldest  known type of clog. -Stono carvings  dating back to about 400 B.C. show  figures of those graceful .animals.  ���������rm     ���������*������������������.  awcet    iind      palatable,  Graves' Worm Exterminator  eeptabie to children, und it*  work surely and promptly.  Moth or  is    un*  does ita  Music produced in Australia waa  rocontly hoard ovor tho radio by passengers l.rn vol ling on a railway train  in Kngland.  Mlnntd'H  ii iu.  IJulmfitt���������������   rt*liulil(i   first  1  W.    N.    II,    ;l7-l������  PERMANENT BUILDING PAPER  Beauty in a home may  be only skin deep.  A beuutiful liom������ is not alwnye.v^  comfortable nor canity s*al������������ble.  Hcrculed. do������n for a home what  bw.ttty' i������������nftt, T������fit������w*l nnd  proven -wind prooE and damp  firoof, Htercules malcea a house  warm at������������l dry at all times���������the  home that buyers aeelt,  Hercute������ cornea in three grades  ���������"X, xx, Xxx���������lor various needs.  A How    jH>ercutiles    fulfills   out  j\a claims    *B   easily   understood  /a rr nfter ai������ examination.  May we  *A  ������*"*! ������ *tw samples'*  rx-  m  %  ..A  ���������\  Q^M^A cf^^^^-^^  UAMI F.TONa-CANADA mmmmmtmmMwmm  Bssg  THE   BEVXEW,   fiBEST.CXST,    B.   O*  ^     j  i  i  i  NURSES know, and doctors have  *" declared there's nothing quite like  Aspirin to relieve all sorts of aches  and pains, but be sure it is Aspirin  thc name Bayer should be en the  package, and on every tablet. Bayer  is genuine, and the word genuine���������in  red���������is on every box.   You can't go   ic _r.:������������  ������������������_.  ������_ -������, -i. .-������,    ������   .������������wa*^   .4.   JUU    1V4A4  JUSk   IWA   O.L   \4X\.   UVA.  ' Aspirin .  is tlie. trade mark  (legUtered in Canada)  indicating Bayer Manufacture. Wtdla it is  well known that Aspirin means Bayer manufacture, to assure tbo public against imitations,  tha Tablets will be stamped, with tbaix "Bayer  Cioss" trade mark.  OC  13  f  k  B  B  DC  ac  3E  30  PAINTED  FIRES  BV  NELLIE   L.   McCLUNQ  Cabyrlghtc  =racr  il  U  Canada.. 1S2S  "   '       '������������������������������������'  "������������������'"���������  U  y|   CHAPTER ,XXIX.^-Cqnl;inued. fff  i When" Helmi returned to the city  siie'"weirfrt^t^''iiospif^l 'for'news'.o������  Lili, and she went: without fe.ar.JShe  .had tlie -assurance '6f Lili'si safety.  and as she sat in the small, dark  waiting: room it did not occur to her  that she was a lonely. g-iri in a his  cfty, with a sick bahy -and nomoney.  Helmi was. already planning- tier summer and counting* the days -until little Lili could go with her.  The "giurse who had so Kindly received the baby came to speak to her.  "Oh, I remember you," sbe. said smil-  lirtg", "you are looking much happier.  I'ftold yon she would do well, and she  has. She was very ill the second  night, -"but a change came about daybreak. The fever left her then and  she went to slefep andyhai^Pfbeenf doing  well ever since. y\I������ ,^yb*grf ^ill.:go..-^ut  aiid. stand on^cy^otfth aside- ot "the  liospital I will show her- ib ybu.  through the window.  Helmi's face beamed with the prospect. ''What "will I have to pay?'"  she asked the nurse* ,,., P-./P-r    A-yV]-  "Nothing, dear, not a cent. ' "* Tliie  City provides this hospital, zeyopyone  pays for it, so do not worry ���������'over  that."  fit is like a dream,'.' said Helmi;  "evcryo*qo,:iS'?3,6i gbbd."' \?;,.'���������"   Py S, y ���������;..*  ;When the nurse, 'came vyBth., little  Lili in her arms and Helmi saw the  beloved little head of br6wn hair and  the little face like an, exquisite flower',, her heart was full;of love-., and  gratitude, and when tlie nurse"'lifted.  tli<e tiny hand and waved , it-toward  MOTHER OF  TWINS! HELPED  Restored to Health by Taking  Lydia E. PinlthaSm's Vegetable Compound  Mitclioll, Q&. "Shad little twin ���������  babies and tor, q.uito a while after I wfi������  ������,^..:iw:^jj!.:jffl..i;aiso weak  I  could   ~"  not do my, work  because   oi   pains  all the way up my  loEfl at tho back. I  also had headaches  and got very little  sleep. I took Lydia  TR. PinMiwnVn Vop-  etablo Compound,  and   Boon   I   was  able to get up and  do my worlc, thavo  taken throe bottlea  and I am .line, do my work without  trouble and am gaining in w<%ht and  strength, I will gladly rocommuud the  Vegetable Compound to anyone."  MitH. F. -Statton, Box 220, Mitchell,  Out.  her, Helmi --could not see any more  for the rush, of happy tears. Snt-  came back into the office again, to  ask for v Roland.  "I almost forgot the other baby."  she said; "is he doing well?"  mother," said the nurse, "though his  grandmother has been here several  times. He will get better we think.  He is a strong baby, but a baby needs  to be lovefj. Oare is not enough���������  there is something more."  "I know," said Helmi/  ' To the North Star' Rooming House  Helmi went to explain her absence  to her good friends, the Corbetts.  Mrs. Corbett wa3 alone, and ovei a  cup of tea Helmi told her story. /Lt  was easy to tell Mrs. Corbett; shr  knew about God and how good He  -can be.  "Thank God, you're alive, Helmi!  You gave me an awful scare clearin*  cut .-list *nu.y >V"itli tixc -yvjuti .foreign  look in your eyes. I did not know  what you were up-to, but I could*  only pray God to take care of you,  foi vain was the help of man and me  not kino-win' where to look for you.  My Gosh child, what have you done  to your boots?"  Helmi told.rher about her flight  through the woods, the coming of-the  dog*, and everything.  "Look at iiaat now! Ain't God wonderful? That'sy what Christ said over  and over    again,    only    the    people  couldn't  sense it.      Well,    I'm    glad  you've found peace,  Helmi;   it's   the  greatest gift God has sent to us. And  you got the money, too? Well, get a  new paif of boots, child, good strong  ones.   If a person has good boots and  a good bed they're all right, for you  .are in one  or the other of them ah  the time. And will you    go    to    the  Englishman's house, Helmi ? But how  | can yeni slive ftliere aiqneif feig-Kt miles  j j'rom" the! mines'?   if - you- weire hear  enough  you could    run    a    boardin'  house."...        ..      Pa y ���������'���������'.  UNIVERSITY OF MAN1T0B  WINNIPEG        \-  /  the    followlno  , Otters,   among    others.  Courses:  -THrrmsrh Its FACt'I.TY OF ARTS  A7.T> SOr-nrCCK cours-pss-tead'tiiy to the  de������rroes of H.A. and M.A.: and B.Sc.r  lucludiiiK TS fc "(Phni.), a������������f.i M Sc.  Through its PACIXTV OF ENGUX-  i:ER.'i\a * AND ARCHITKCTURK  conr=������s leading to the degreps of B.Sc  (C.K >, B.Sc. <E B.), M.Sc. and  B. A roll.  Thioush lis PACT'LTV OF MRIH-  CTNIO courses; Ieadirijs to the degrvees  of M.l">. aiul CM.  Through      f's    FACULTY    OF    J\GRt-  Ctn-TITRIC     AXJD      HOME     ECONOMICS  com sea   leadine  1o  thr   degrees  of liB.A.  and  B.Sc.   (H.K.)  Through   MANITOBA LAW  SCHOOL,  an     affiliated     institution,     a     course  leading  to  the  detrrec of IjIj.B.  F"ot   -i������ssr������5    ������>������   acimi^Bion.    lielaiis  .oi  courses  and  other  information,   apply I  to - I  v W.  J. SPENCE,  Regiatrar. /  \Hniveralty of  (Wlanltoba,  Winnipeg /  Teeth and Health  Issued     V.y     Tlie     Oanadlin      DenlaS  HyBien������������     Council    and    ^uMEshcd"  By   The   Saskatchewan  19&ttt&I  Socltei'  Vb;  =^  "I tarn going.'^ ,.s,^id Heimi,v,t'as .S9pn  as Lili's well enough I am not a bit  afraid npw, and, Mrs. ^orbetty in the  holidays won't you* let Rosie and  Danny come ? We'll get a cow somewhere, and there will.be wild berries;  the sleet slithering down the small  windows. He had been in three prison carnpsi "oafwie thi&, havjng attempted to escape from Oeissen "and from  CeUelager One, been caught and  strafed, the last time in the dark  cells at Oldenburg. He was dressed in  the garments supplied by the Red  Cross for prisoners. an<S carried himself with something of his former  erectness. A white V was Showing in  his brown hair, and there were hard  lines around his mouth. Two years o������  war had told on him. Still there was  .something about him that suggested  hope. Many of the prisoners 'had the  beaten look of men whose spirits are  broken, the condition of soul desired  .by the German guards'for the men  under their care.  Jack Doran, thin, pale, determined.  sat planning another escape. He had  often wondered at    himself    for    his  Xtenacity.   Ofe had  not  be -so. .sweet  "that he should sb earnestly desire it.  In the days of his freedom he had not  found happiness,; hut    the    fires    of  youth still burning in his heart urged  ���������trim -on.- He had been captured in the  night attack  on Oavrelle,' May 3rd,  .'19.16, when pari"of' his platoon lost  their way in the darkness and found  that they Bad an'^nemy behind them  as well as ahead of them; and suf-  -fered tinder heavy artillery fire- Jack  MISSING TEETH  Your son is now grown up and  should have his full complement of  teeth, which is thirty-two.     * ^  But the .probabilities ,are that one  or more are missing.  Now, of course, the most probable  cause for this deficiency, is the extractions of earlier years," which: you  may have forgotten. But, on" the  other hand,  there may be this - rea,-  ������ff>fr������        tVlpf-      t-Trna      oyi*������     *>%.     *Ytrt.t"a      rf!.**"*      *5*"������,J*  erupt.  The teeth more prone to non-eruption are in the order named, the  third molar, upper cuspid, upper lateral,  and lower   second  bicuspid.  1. An abscessed condition of a  temporary tooth might destroy the  germ of" the permanent successor.  2. xhe premature extraction of a  deciduous tooth might destroy,  through injury, the permanent tooth  germ beneath or dislodge it entirely.  3. Childhaod diseases accompanied by high-fever such as scarlet fever and measles, mighty through then  general disturbances, injure Irreparably the tooth germ.  4. The retention, unduly long, ot  a temporary tooth,**might prevent the  eruption of its successor.  5. In the case of the cuspid, sometimes it is fully formed,-but having  taken up a position, more or less  horizontal, back of the incisor teeth,  it  fails to  erupt..  6. With the third molar,, we find  that itjs due to lack of room to.erupt  that it "remains impacted in the jaw,  quite as frequently it does not form  at all. .'"'.'.a  So you observe that^a tooth may be  missing due. to one^ of severaL causes  ���������for -the most, they are preventable,  nature intending that each one should  have.;jbis.,. fuU; cpmpl-siaent of teeth.  B@sagsi*������������r  FOR  V.  ITMCtJ  C (f*' ' J- ���������  kJ>C* V 0   uuuu  AO.   Latest Tragedy In Arctic 'Should Discourage Further Explorationty *:  S. By":>Planie~;f '  :,:   ���������������������������'���������--���������:������������������  Although not;ymany^enf;haye; viSK  ited the Arctic and* Antarctic, these  desolate areas of ice ?^ndv.:waterf'Havie  taken a high percentage ^of hrave  lives, and some of the greatest epics  of, human  endeavor, achieved at the  Firestone engineers found  that the life of a tire depends  as much upon the flexing life of  the cords of the carcass, as  Upon the toughness of the  tread.  To provide extra strength,  stamina, and Ions we&r> Firestone dips the' cords of the  carcass in a rubber solution.  This saturases asul m������nlsi@s  every strand of every cord,  rninhmzms internal - friction  and gives - thousands of extra  miles. The Firestone TDealer  in your locality will gladly serve  you, and save you money.  CTR2STONB TIRS & RUBBER CO.  OF CANADA, LIBflTED  Ham3H������n., Ontario  Most Miles per Dollar  %^^$������%gt%^  BUILDS ^EjOHm  *&t&s\*&B9  ���������       ^������w    ..4.    v, ������������������v������ ���������~.4.~~    ranfback to save his captain, who had  and! know "there^^ will be "lots o^flcSr f fallen wounded, .and .they were both I cost   of  much   suffering,   and   some  and'oatmeal in the house, and it^vill) captured  and separated,   his captain] times death, vsome from these dread  going to anqtlier camp.  Jack had made his two other attempts iii company with a ^Canadian,  who was captured the same day, but  when punished the last time in Oldenburg; his friend was sent to -some  other '-'camp, tor the German O.C. be-  flieved that separation would make it  easier to hold these two adventurous  ones. .  Soon after coming to Vehemoor,'  Jack had been fortunate^in finding a  compass under a pile of peat in the  bog where the prisoners were sent tc  work, probably left thereby at prisoner who was fearful of having it  tound on him, and had abandoned it  along With his hope of escape. The  'possession of a compass, being proof  of the desire to escape, was in Ger-  W.    N.    V.    17-1U i  be just like.a picnic all.summer. You.  will let' them  come, won't you,  Mrs  Corbett?"    '  "It will be a lot easier to let them  go than to try to stop them when  they hear of it-���������they're fair witched  over you and the baby. Well, well,  well, Helmi dear, ain't it wonderful  new things come out?"  When  John   Corbett  was  told   the  whole story that night, he sat for a  ylorig: time smo^hg''''a^vxneditative pipe  its ;-gentJe   putrjput malting  the  only  yspuhd in the rdomyHelmi was \going  to-stay with them until "Lili could be  taken from the hospital. No. 18 being  occupied, Helmi was to share Kosie's  narrow bed, the lack    of    space    of  whicti would be** amply overcome by  rthe warmth-of Rosie's- affection.  .Helmi sat on a couch which later  ���������would be :turned into a bed for Dan-  try, and enjoyed the luxury of having  such a welcome as the Corbetts gave  ;h������t\: y, ?   'P ������������������'���������'.S: ":f' y f ; yf ry P '  "I am thinking/' said John Corbett, after a. long pause, "that maybe the Englishman is the best man  of llu? two."  ."Oh, no, (no," J#r. Corbett!" Helmi  cried, distressed.' "Mr; English is my  goo,d ��������� f rl.'ind���������I like him - -he is v so  good - but if love my Jack. He is my  man -iiierc is a big klista ���������what you  call difference���������isn't thet-e, Mrs. Corbett? You tell him!" f  "Tell him!" said Maggie Corbett,  scornfully. "Ho knows, the sly old  dog! He knows. I have often told him  VjA rather be fflghtin' -with him than  ngi-eein' with any other man, That's  love-and he knows It!"  CHAFTICIt XXX.  Vohemrior, Gorman prifloti camp!  known also as, ^clleltu^ei'., .Six,' was  UuLlt en n peat bog fioui vwirluli th������  peat had bcisn removed, leaving a  sdiii'i I'h.'.v mud.'on which not even a  plank or log was laid; when tho prisoners Hteppocl out of the door they  wont to their kneea in thc IndcHcrib-  rib'f- nniflc. "The condltluji of Ih'e  frimp inside mny be imagined. A  crowded room qf miserable men; two  umoking hIovoh burning the amould-  crlivg peat; double rows of' berths  whom greasy blankets on pinnies fnr-  nished the beds; despair written on  young t'auos despair unci bitter  hatred.  Hero sat Jack Doran, on this vv������L  nijjl-it   In   JidWiuy,   H>17,   listening  to  ful hinterlands of civilizationi      v?.  The experiences of the Nobile expedition have filled-"the wbr-Mfv^to  distress at the knowledge of men  drifting for weeks, on ice floes, sufr  fering unknown hardships from cold  and hunger and physical pain;. What  happeened to some of them may hev-  e*..be known, nor how long they endured and how they .ultimatelyydied  after  waitlngf hppejesslyf for; succoiv  It is just as well^ "perhapsr thkt the'  Arctic keeps; its, secrets, but the  whole adventure    will    have    served  "God is hot the author    bf    confusion, but of peace."���������1 Cor. xiv. S3.  Laight straiits of /music, soft and low,  That break upon a troubled sleep *,  I hear the?promise, .old/and new, ._���������  ��������� .   .. - ijOG';. WSii.        XisS      ��������� J.asfcii.2. M.S.   ���������    CiiisSsi -ii  .'��������� :-y'keef?f..-'������������������������������������?"--;".  ���������y?y;'���������.?'��������������������������� ;-;Th"Perfect peace;"  It stills the questionings and doubts,  The-nameless fears that throng the  ??'    "' soul; :-r:'A   ���������       P  It speaks^ of love unchanging, sure;  "And evermore its echoes roll  In perfect peace."  > ,i:.,Tr.ue, ..peace..is  fotrndv only,,;in   tho  ;possessio������:; of -^God;' an<T_ the- possession  of -God  here;: oh   earth  consist a  :on*!y in submission to faith and obedience to law. Resign every forbidden  some purposeI'M "ii causes avrevulsioh j fry: ^strain every with that is not  of public feelihg against expeditions'referred td* this will; banish all cag-  of this kind, < llhefate'--Qf the Mobile���������!'������', desires,all anxiety; desire only thc  party shows that under conditions j will of God; seek Him alone.- -and  such as are likely to be met with in! you will And peace; you shall enjoy  these regions,-the airship is no more jit in spite of the world.���������Fenelon.  man prison camps  ah  indictable of- {reliable than the balloon was* in the -,i"J"~iw[^���������    *n���������.>uu.  But  Jack  had. found a  loose  nsA* of th* Andre exnedltion. which! , n^0^i^^l^    fading    speciile  his    bunk,  fence  board in the wall beside  and there he now" kept it.  There were two other men in the  camp who had attempted escapes, and  between them and Jack a certain  free-masnory existed. They met as  often as they could to discuss their  'plans, and on the coldest days volunteered for work on the bog in order  that tn*ay might havo a few hurried  words together. ' They knew that if  they showed any unusual friendship  they would be suspected of laying  plans.  -   ..       (To Be Continued.)  day, of the Andre e^efll*^, .jyhich! ^^SS?uS��������� ^^o^C'moIu  left for the North Pot-i^nearly/thirty; gr Grt^e^'  Worm  Exterminator has  yesirs  ago  and  was  nnvepf heard  off proved  a. boon to auffiering  children  again.        ~ '*.   ' everywhere.lt Seldom fails,"'  Prince Albert penitentiary is t;ie  only: .Canadian prison at>.wfii:*.h V.ord-  *Wood Is produced. The last report  on prisons credits the Saskatchewan  institution with producing* 2HG cords.  Minstrel's  nid.  Liniment���������a   rellaiWe;���������;**. flrsfc  Taking His Kcvenge  i , Conductor~"To St: Paul, eh?'Why  don't you stay on and go to Glacier  Park?"  Passenger-������������������-"Because' I want to go  to St. Paul."  Conductor���������"Can I sell you a seat  In the chair car," '  f   Passenger---"No, not today."  :v Conductor---"A nice dinner on thc  diner at one-fKty?"  : Passenger���������-"Are you kidding me."  ��������� Conductor���������"Not at. all; you're my  barber, aren't you?"  Typist; Abandons'Swim-  Miss Mercedes Oleitz, London typist,  who. last year conquered the Straits  of Gibraltar, abandoned an attenipt  to swim the Irish Channel between  Donughadec. Ireland, and Port-pat-  rick. Thc treacherous currents of the  channel forced her to quit.  Let Minard's IJiiiment Relieve I������a"ii.  Some , men never hqjye any rc/poct  for gray hairs until they acquire  some of their own.  Not Too l������urly  "What.time Hhall I report l'or work  In the mornings?" asked the college  youth tipon receiving his' firstsjob.  . "Oli, any time you like." replied  the oitlce manager, ho long aH you're  here before eight."  Toucher:    "What   ������M-or������l������?   mr>   M-nt-  U-recl all over the earth?"  Class  (la chorus):   *'Pedes Lrlanss."  SUe to. AcUl  |NI������IO.������������TlOM   .  ACIO iiTOMAa-"  MCAOACH-t  NAOflCA  Whnt most people call indlgcrttlosri is '     Ono tasteless spoonful In wnter ncn-  stomach   trnliascs   many   timca   Its   volume   In  acid. Tlifc results are Immediate, vylth  usuully excesn acid In tho  The food has soured. Tho instant remedy 'Ih un alkali which neutralizes  aoidn, But don't hho ������ruda l������������3ps. Use  wiaat your doctor would advise.  TJio bCFit help Ih PbilllpB' Millc of  Mugnesltt, For the 50 years alnco its  Inven I ton II has remained ^tancEard  with phyHl<;iuns, You will sind nothing  ftlHo bo quick In Ua effect, so harmlcaa,  jeo chlclt'nt*.  no hnd aftor-cfl'ects. Onct>. you rt-arn  tills fact, yon will n^ver denl wilh  exccHR ncici in thn- crude way:i, <Uv  learn --now--why thin nu-thotl Js y.u-  promo,  ��������� Iio sure to'-got tho genuine Pliillip!*'  Milk ot M������.p-n*>hl������ pr^Mi'fHiwI hy ������<������hi'M|.  ciaiius for 50 y������������rs In t*orr������ctii������i; ex-  cesirt ncldii. ttJncVi .Iwvttltt eonhnlnH full  , directions    any drugatoj*e.  i% THE  CBESTOH  BE VIEW  QEPARIISEMT w \Mm  f&Sflg    1^13 oo|Oia   m |swhhe  JL *OB Uli lis   v������_r  vuv    uu  ,y frona the Grown Lands known  as the "Creston Flats" will be issued at  SBR04A  BB**-*  Wynnaei, 1 hui sH nuS. *>  a   e  SS  ������5  urssiuii, rnyay, Aug, i4  PERMITS will be issued by the undersigned  at the above places on the dates mentioned.  W. H, BROWNE,  Gracing Assistant.  When in Need of  Some  of  the  Items below Come and See  Us; Our Prices are Right  Any kind of Blacksmith and Carriage Hepair Work.  Flow and Implement. Machine, Repair work. Tire  Setting.    Loggers'Supplies.  ������# oi.  hl\il*M  ���������  In stock. we are carrying s. -fsill line  Supplies.   Pipes,    Fittings*,   Tups,   Valves,    Range5  Boilers, Baths, Sinks. Wash Basins, etc., etc.   "  In Tinsniithing we have a large stock of Sheet  Metal Black and Galvanized.- Roof Jac^s, Eave-  troughs, etc.  In Hardwood we have in stock Wagon Rims, Cant-  hook Undies, Doubletrees. Singletrees, Axe Handles  etc.    All work done by real tradesmen.  Blaoksnlth       Plumbing    Tinsmith       Oiy Acetylene Welding  while they last.  0A.m^s^gf^mmmgf*%f^m mm m pi n% aaa.  sa ft n ������������������������ M H    mm  Jtegjaf JUKSAAtAKT    t^jMISj**! U^IV L^        Maaal      taH   gmuju ^^^^j^^^   |^^__g      ^^^^0   ^agt m/m  VmA     au||i||n^fmg %*AS\ iHMf    augd ��������� mAAlAAtt  Ijjs __    Koran       *Q^"^ ^���������Jf'^u nj���������        bbk|      ^"fl   n^^ ^MBaiW������M   ^ffl^^^     ^Ql^^r    -w-n      ^        ^LsM^^L���������*    ^LW ^^^^9        SB        i^B   i^S WT^^  ^ms-^y 61   vL ESitttt ^By'-raSF    IS    ^B&gSp JLm ^H 99 eF BS ^^stM BJ  ������L iR-mAF ^y   IR H! TH    Wsj    HJ IftBBi 63BS8I  L������ocai and Personal  mm  I  !  I  Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Dodd and family  got back at 'ihh end of last week frons  a/uolr Uoua.1 tww wir������wk.s*  itiOtOi* ���������mOmmS-S'"-  which  the--? ssssafc at Vancouver and  . *��������� m    ���������        ���������       -- -  coast points.  -  The best-ever music is promised hy  the Rod and Gun Club for their d������nce  in the Grand Theatre baliroom on  Labor Day evening*, September 8cd.  Admission $1.  Albert Nickel, who is on the divisional staff of the Canadian National  Railway at Edson. Alberta, is on a  holiday visit -with his parents, Mr. nnd  Mrs. Geo. Nickel.  At. the August meeting of the Women's Institute nn Friday afternoon  ������20 was vofced-ia help flnar.r.o the 1933  fsll fair������ and evil! be ������iven ns prises in  the ladies* section. .  ������.������       _ ������-K������        ^a SAfr       >__c _-Jt- L5_- t 1     ���������  4X������a=o<   ������t'i c?.   ������favauii|  wuii una uorli n  patient ut Omnbraok hospital'since  the fli-s^. of the month, arrived home  on Mouduy, improved .in health. Mrs.  Mead accompanied her.  Rev. R. Li, Crib and   his guest. Mr.  xijiii(ku^'������ leiouu atuiiuii;  mr t-������rw   ��������������������� ttwij-  minster. Mrs. Crib arid children will  join her husband for the return trip to  Creston in ������ few days.  . H. E. Browne, -grazing assistant,  announces that hf will he in Wynndel  on August 23rd, and Cieston, August  24th. to issue tpe utsual hay cutting  permits on Oreston fiats.  Before MaRiRtrate Mallandaine at  Creston, on August 34t.b. J. Man ner t no  whs convicted of setting Sire without a  'permit in c<mtra.veiitinn of the Forest  Act, and flmd $25 ������nd costs.  C. A. Mittun. chiropractor, of Cranbrook, spent the weekend with Crest  on friends, and played with the local  team in   the Creston-Lumberton base  ball match Sunday afternoon.  Major Maiiandaine was a weekend  visitor at Fernie where he was iitteun-  ing a confeience of -snilitia officess in  the ^ootenays, at which Capt. Mc-  Naughton, IXO.C, was pi-esent.  What is likely to foe the last baseball  match of the season was played on  Sunday when -Lunabirton beat Creston  Afc the eeeoad bend of Goat Silver.  Young and old to the numbei of about  350 Wtre on hand, arriving in time for  the dinner spread at 12.89 and staying  right through until after supper.  The youngster^ had a great day of it,  ^m^       4.W.S.9.&K.  t4t.W~     ^^#m.B.V9  ft^������^Sv������^������   .w..mB*3    t'M.'Z.e.*.   ....   u^.a������^f%   **������?������������������  t4*������an&.������ ������^������������i=t xjrm.  and ttniusement-Ss in addition to which  they had a bijr free supply nf ice  cream, lemonade, nuts, candlae, etc.  Next week we hope to.be able to  publish a full ii*t of the winners in the  various'   events    that    featured   the  afternoon.  Shrist Church, great on  CRESTON���������11 a. in.. Matins and H<ly  Comrm^aniiin.  WYNNDBli���������3 p.m.. Evensong.  SIRDAR-���������7.80 p.m.. tivett&ong.  ������  uO *Q,.**n7iS.<3 ������r������iE������r*3Si \ii.  Lumberton pitching for the locals.  I'he trustees fea^e been successful In   s  engaging   B. B. Stall wood of   Nelson  to succeed F. A* Mc Leilan ae principal  of Creston  public school.    He coaxes  highly recommended by the inspector.  Wynndel will be the meccn of ,the  dancing fraternity tonight for She  dance put on by Brasch's orchestra  from the Outlet Hotel at Proctor.  Gents 75c; ladiee 50 cents; supper  included.  Mrs. Jackson will ha've her fall display of millinery at the store next the  Imperial Bank on August Slst and  September list. The season's newest  stylesr and latest novelties at reasonable prices.  Mrs. Liness was a .visitor with her  daughter, Mrs R, .Stevens, a few day*-  at the first of the week, en route to  Toronto, Ontario, after a visit, with  members of the family ut Vancouver  and Nelson. .  A crew of about twenty men ana  handling a forest fire at West Creston  which broke on Sunday. It It the  biggeBt blaze of the season in this area  but is doing no dumuge as it is in  scrub timber. ���������',   m  The young people of trinity United  Church are at Cultus Creek thin week  for the usual ten-day camp, leaving  last Friday. There is about twenty  tn the pat ly and they are in charge of  W.������J. Truscott.  W. E. Curd of Calgary wishes to  inform the public nf Oreston and vie-  inly thai, he has o"puned up picture  framing business, also housepainting,  in the office vacated by Chas. Murrell.  A call solicited.  O. G. Bennett, a former manager nf  the Bunk nf Commerce, and now nt  Fernie, was shaking hands with Ores-  ton friends on Suturday. Ue was  motoring through to Vancouver for a  two weeki/ liolitlay.  Creston Valley Oo-bperative Association were favored with Ideal wcathur  for their necwnd nnonnl pfctilc which  was staged on   Wednesday afternoon  School District Meeting  Notice Is hereby given that a npeoial  meeting nf tho ratepayer* nf Oreston  Bchcol District will bo held at the  Schoolhouse,       Creston,       FRIDAV,  * WT������ ������������.���������,.������,        v.*    , - .^.4%n .       .. ������./.  .������.������>������. %JK������* uiOI'i ������������yjM>,      Ml/       ������.UM������      |*.4t|l.  BnalnuBi*: To dlscnus and. if doomed  ad vis* trie antharlfce tho purchawrt off  additional land for nekton) groundiia as  well ub a new heating plant. By  o������dt?r of thc board.   GEO. NICKIfiL,  Watch for uur  ^^iiooiiRcefiieiit  Next Week!  m  lAAn  Oristsn ������ai!if Co-Operate hs^l  OSESTOh  T������a Stores  tmmu  WW  W\ CfrtiffiffiP S -S^KfiS?aSSSS. \Ws rBEacS  a.t' 2Sc������ yard  ������siglisli' s^ild Casisidiss-Di CsIsBgJi������ssfis  at 25c. yard  % .    '������������������ ���������������������������        :  Dress Lengths in Voiles  at reduced prices*  a "    . ,  . ������ ',���������;    ������������������  Dry Goods.     . Groceries.     Furniture:.      Ivavdware  C' ttf\ ���������"���������''fj% ���������W" ���������#% Jkl    #% J| B?" H-"  MRS. U. J. BENIN0ER. ProprWrist  50c  LUNCH AND DINNER  SHORT ORDERS at all Hours  AFTERNOON TEA  PEND OREILEE I0E CREAM  SHELLY'S BREAD  SH|a| mmm1m*m%^m m% tt tttt^iMhla  *tM ^^^. ^���������ju  ������ ^_ ������|^Ha  ^^tfi ^^^ j|g|^_       |M Bi^kMa ^^���������  u ^g ^^y|������. ma   ��������� Wi^A mm^AA HH> ^MteajMSb j    &^tk. ^A/m  HMt%m\MVj%y������   ^m^mMmKt-mm^SSM   suPmMBKBft?* *    m %PC*  Wive to Seven p, m.  I'  tttaajWliil


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