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 \\%x]  Vol. XI.  CRESTON, B. C, FRIDAY, AUGUST 159 1919  ./  SSQ.   ~U  mmmm\  ^BiJSSHB^HBHyaji.  Hold Preserving  Fruits 2 Weeks  All preserving fruit that can be held  for another two weeks should be kept  in the Valley for at least that time.  This is the word K. B. Staples, manager oiCreston Fruit Growers Union,  brings back from attendance at a conference at Calgary at the week-end of  the fruit wholesalers of Alberta, Saskatchewan and Manitoba, which attracted a very representative attendance. This wilj apply to crabapples in  particular, as well as other varieties  of fruit in  at   least some measure.  The reason for withoiding of every  possible crate of fruit of this sort is  the prevailing sugar shortage, which  is just now beginning to show signs of  a change for the better, and with the  chance of sugar supply being back  fairly well to norrnol by the end of the  month.  In practically every prairie town  right now���������and for the "ast six weeks  ���������S11E-|11' roulfl nnt. Inn.    l-.rv..r.lx*- :��������� l..~, ,  quantities than two pounds to any one  buyer. Due to this cause aloue wholesalers state that the demand for black  and red currants, gooseberries and  other -jelly fruits ceased to exist almost. Even the native wild fruit  that grows at some prairie centres  have gone unpicked on account of no  supply of sugar. In more than a few  cases wholesalers had to dump as gar-  barge supplies of currants that could  not be given away to retailers"* and  Mr. Staples encountered one firm that  had to get rid of a shipment of apricots that ran to almost $1000 in this  manner.  Mr. Staples reports that the wholesalers look forward with confidence to  . a good demand for apples at good  prices, Creston apples marketed  last year gave tip top satisfaction $p  all concerned. He was i**arti-cu5*^p:  #L-atineu to hwV������?;^-^/* direct "from the  manager of the Poi-t-ilge la "Prairie  (Man.) Fruit Co., Ltd., that a car of  Creston Valley Wagnerapples secured  from the "Union hist year, was pro-  Tsounccu jiuc wot Wagners that ever  came into that city, while E. D. Smith  the well-known cannery man of Hamilton, Ont., who inspected these same  Wagners at the request of the Dominion fruit inspector at that point pronounced them equal to the best he  had ever seen and sampled in his long  and varied connection with Canada's  fruit industry.  half acre of strawberries he set out  this year on the plot across the ranch  entrance is about the most likely  strawberry planting in the Valley  this   year.  Messrs. Baines, Constable, Pease  and Reed & Mather commenced operations this week clearing the right of  way for a flume to provide irrigation  from Lizzard Creek for their ranches.  W. T. Simister is getting ready to  go into poultry on a considerable scale  He is putting a 48 x 12 foot vaddition  tb the poultry house at present.  While playing about the ranch on  Tuesday, Gwen, the youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Webster,  had the misfortune to sustain a fall  which resulted in a broken arm.  Medical attention was promptly available and the injured member is coming along nicely,      .   '   . s  Wm. Kinnear of Vancouver, who  owns the property between the Pease  and Constable ranches, was a visitor  here this week looking over his property which he contemplates clearing  and locating upon shortly.  Canyon Ranchers  Unite for Water  Mit^hmnms*  Morgan Long was a business visitor  at Cranbrook A e������. uple,,r .lays the fore  part of the  week.  Miss Margaret Webster of Calgary  arrived home the latter part of the  week for a few weeks' vacation with  her parents, Mr. and Mrs. .1. If. Webster.  Mrs. Heap of Ooalhuret, Alta,, arrived a few days ago on a visit to her  parents, Mr. and Mrs. Simister.  Mr. and Mrs. Mason and Master  Wilfrid, Mrs. W. Mather mid .children  are in camp at Sanca. along with Mr.  and Jyirs. .John Johnson of Wynndel.  Rudolph Carr is also a member of the  party.  Word haw just reached here that  Mrs. G. Souyor was quietly married at  Lamont, Wash., the latter part of  July, thouoh pai-tit-nlnis of the happy  event are not available.  Mr.*. Colli!, and the children left UA  week for Proctor, wheie they uro  spending a few days at ICootenay's  favorite Niuiuner resort.  .1 oli11 Miller ami i.e.-. Aiui-sha.) have  been busy at,   government   roadwork  . til i.s week, cutting down tlie grade-aud  improving tin- mad    from    the   Welln j  4MI nil   Lo lite  aillUl     pi.He.  Mr. Valine*-.*,, who recently piireh-  ed lhe Walters ranch here, has jn.*,t  been appointed to take charge of nm-  p-i.nu.l.ion and repair work on the  * 'teuton Telephone Co.  line",  liny I'uiiMiibli' lias ,i Mieill eiew al  winli i-leariui!- up a eoilple i.f nere*.  that tit-iiI allium the    main to.id.    The  G. A. Hunt was a Nelson visitor on  Friday, getting home, again on Sunday.  Mrs. Weatherby and Miss Fuller of  Spokane arrived here a few davs ago,  on a visit to Scott Price at Leadville,  where he has just completed the erection of quite a commodious camp  cottage.        '  ��������� Work was completed last week on*  the dealing out of the trail to the  White Grouse. About 30 miles of the  road was put in tray elable.shape and  a couple-of miles of new trail built.  Messrs. Harris and Spiers were iti  charge of the work.' :  ".^ -  , -y^----,:,-���������y..y'^j-^y^^yyL.:^zy:^[yy���������* "��������� ���������  The huckleberry crop is' -reported  light this year, although very-few Indians have as yet put in an appearance for harvesting them.  The benefit danc-e at the schooihouse  on August 2nd was a splendid success  in every way, almost $40 being realized for school fund benefit, which  will likely be spent on painting the  structure.  -  Pete Nelson  of   Aldridge is the new  section foreman, replacing   Victor Olson who, with   his   children,   left last;  month on a visit to   Sweden.   Vic. is  expected back early in the spring.  Tbe Cranbrook Sash & Door Co,  sawmill resumed cutting about a week  ago after a shut down for a month for  a month for a general overhauling of  the plant. The firm has purchased the  Paulson logs and between these and  their own will be kept running steadily.  Frank Staple's of Erickson was an  auto visitor here on Sunday, having  brought Manager McKowan back after spending the week-end in the tomato country.  Miss Florence Kntledge, has been engaged as teacher for the Kitchener  school for the ensuing term. With the  added population the school will have  an attendance (dose   to   twenty.  Although there is no tourist rush  Vjnine host Johnson of the Kitchener  Hotel has his accommodation pretty  well taken up eyitry day. The fishermen are expected along a little later  in the:   season.  Miss Zalla Johnson, who had charge  of lhe school last term, was last week  'luitt'.b'y remembered by the p.iivint.i  and friends, who presented her with a  handsome cameo ring. This was MIns  Johnson's first school���������as well as  Kitchener's��������� and certainly the pupil;:  all show 'the benefit of the careful  training thcy receiyed at   her   hands.  (.. A. Hunt, who   has been awarded  an: tiiuii.uij.ii .miMni)-*,   iiie   mile and  a quarter of load diversion   a|, Im. hijr  Goat   River   crossing   hii!,   started a  crew of men at   work   on the job (.his  j Ibis week,    lie ha*; 1 ill t he end   of Hep -  J .t-mlier lo finish   it,    and    when ready  I lhe new road will cut. the old grade of  2V per cent, in .spots   down    to   (5   per  Cent.,   with -n.w tir.illv a  li-val  i������. i.i ox-  el   most nf lhe   new    hi-'liuuy.  Although arranged on short notice  the meeting at Canyon City school-  house on Thursday night last, to discuss water supply���������both for domestic  and irrigation purposes���������attracted an  attendance of over forty, and the outcome was the organization of the Can"  yon Water Users Association, to proceed, with the work of investigation  and to report back as to supply available, and the probable cost of putting  in a suitable system.  John Woods president of the United  Farmers of Canyon City, occupied the  chair, with A. D. Pochin assisting as  secretary. The speaker of the eyening was W. J. B. Biker of Nelson, the  Water Bights branch engineer in the  Kootenays. His\talk was mainly on  the benefits of such an'organization,  and the work that*would have to be  done in connection with perfecting  organization in complianee with the  law in that regard. /  After hearing his clear-cut statement of case, after which the meeting  resolved itself into a sort of question-  asking session, it was decided to go  ahead and organize, and Mr. Wood  and Mr. Pochin *������ere chosen president  and secretary respectively of the association. Mr. Biker remained over until next day when Association Creek  was**staks*3 as per regulations for water'supply, and Mr. Biker completed  the,field woi-k.necsssary to enable him  to .very shortly submit a report on the  feasibility and cost of a pipe line.  The area th-jjit proposes to utilize the  water is situated between Grover  Keifer's and Albert Wesling's on both  sides' of .the road. Twenty-seven ranchers signed up as members of the association, bnt it is doubtful if there is  enough water to giye even a domestic  supaly to-morH^A5^'S������ 75 per cent, of  those who want 'to get in on'it.  It is stated that about " 1000 feet of  pipe would be required, approximately, to bring the water to the starting  point of the distributing pipe line.  wrtght of Hamilton, Ont., were yisit-  ors this week with Mr. and Mrs. E,  Cartwright.; having motored through  from the prairie, The men are.brothers, the latter being very recently  home after almost four years service  in the great war.  Mrs.Blanchard of Nelson spent a few  days with her husband this week. He  is employed here as millwright at the  Winlaw sawmill.  There was the usual fortnightly  dance at the clubhouse on Saturday  night, at which some fifteen couples  were present, and all reporting an excellent time. The. music was bv Carl  Wigen and Ryder Andestad.  The Wynndel Box Factory this  week imported a car of pine lumber,  which will be used in the manufacture  of boxes this season. This is the first  time'that outside lumber has ba.d to  be brought here for that purpose.  Mrs. R. Uri and Miss Bonga.Hagen  left on Friday for Burton City, where  they are yisiting friends for a few  days.  The Samstad' boys have gone to  Kitchener, where they are working in  the Paulson camp. It is reported they  have sold their ranch to Mr. Piggott,  a brother of Mrs. Rosendale, the price  being in the neighborhood of $1500.  veteran   with his  Erickson  Another ovei-seas  bride is expected shortly in Sergt.  Harry Bathie. He has been in khaki  almost fiye years now, and is reported  as being married in England the fore  part of July.  Neil McEachern, who has been  bush foreman for J. S. Dechamps at  Brilliant for the last three months,  ax-rived last week, and is working for  J..B. Winlaw. v  Mrs. Ray Crisler of Tyhourii, Calif,  who has been with  her   mother* Mrs.  Ryckinan, for the past few weeks, left  on the return trip south on Sunday.  . Mrs. Woodard of Chapleau, Ont.,  who has been a visitor with her sister,  Mrs. Maxwell, left foi- her eastern  home the latter part of the week.  Master Henry Brown of Clareshopu,  Alta., who has also been visiting here  returned with her.  Ii. B. .Staples and family have vacated their ranch home here, and are  now occupying the Cartwright house  in Creston, which Roy bought early  in the spring, and has had enlarged  and improved.  Sergt. Tom Campbell, who went overseas with the second Creston contingent, which left in November, 10-  \\, got back a few days ago, and has  been a visitor with Walter Hall. His  name figured in the casualty lists on  a least one occasion, but appears  little the worst for  the   ini.--li.-ip.  The bulbing beach at the ori<|gelwis  been a favorite resort for yonng and  old alike during the hot weather that  ha:, prevail.:'] this im-nili. Mori* ->eople  than ,-vot are patronizing  it this yen-.  Mrs. Burge of Cranbrook is a vj tutor  with her mother at present, having  made the trip here by motor the latter  part of the week. JVlrs, .lames of Marys  villi; iu another guest at. the Ryckman  ranch, with Mi-h. Bidder.  .Shipments hit. high wafer mark here  on Wednesday, when there were 217  express packages of fruit, nnd vegetables of every sort. Erickwin ceased  shipninir raspberries- the latter mivt of  the week���������ut Ic'tiHt it. week earlier than  last ..e.i.'.on.  The Littlejohn and Long ranches  divided the early-season honors for tomato shipping, l-'.ieh of them had a  ei'.iie 'a Hue iooKiii(_; miiu out, on *~iuil-  day.  Mi. anil Mrs. ltar\ev i 'h i-i ������������������������������".rl.i .a'  1'ei-inn, Husk., along wit h    Hoy    Cur: -  A. Lindley of the B.C.. Fruit Market, Lethbi-idge, Alta., was a business  visitor here this week. He handled  considerable of the local strawberry  crop this year, and states that the  berries equalled the best on the market in every way.  Wvnndel's shipping of strawberries  this year is just under 8000 crates,  which went east, and another twenty  tons which the Nelson jam factory  got, or a total for the year of at least  10,000 crates.  Paul Hagen has just let thc contract  for slashing and,stumping three acres  more of his ranch land here.  bard of Trade  Has Many Letters  Twenty members were out for the  August meeting of Creston Board of  Trade on Tuesday night, which was  in charge, of President Constable.  There was a heavy budget of correspondence dealing with matters that  had been brought up at previous sessions, and on which action had been  taken by those written to.  Pressure   brought   to   bear on   the  water comptroller at   Victoria has resulted in a resumption of   the   Arrow.  Creek irrigation   survey,   which   the  board is assured will be   completed hr  every detail while Engineer  Hodsdon  is  here this  trip.     The request ihat-  all statistical pamphlets issued by the  agriculture   department  should show  Creston as a distinct   district,   rather  than having its identity lost by being  enumerated as belonging to Kootenay  Lake or East" Kootenay,   will be heeded, according   to   Hon.   Mr.  Barrow,  who assures that   henceforth   Ci-eston  Valley will be   constituted a   district  by itself.  The minister of works wrote  informing that the   government   has  acquired the' abandoned   K. \ . right  of way but that it is not the intention  this year toMuake it into a trunk road  to connect up Creston with Idaho-, via  Porthiil. . ,.  '  In reply to C.P.R.   Supt.   Mahax-g's  letter informing that   he has.provided  a portable auto unloading jjlatfopi-ia-for  motor cars at Creston, the   board will  inform   that   the   contraption   is far  from   satisfactory   in   that   it is   too  heavy, requiring ahnost-half a.-dozen  men to set it up for use.  The suggestion will.be offered that he build   a permanent platform say four feet clear ..of  the siding to be  equipped   with.Ai.lift-  over apron,   which   can be   padlocked  when.not in_nse> Mr. Maharg will also  be; fnformed'that the  present practice,  of strewing the lot   opposite the station with poles preyents the keeping up  appearance around the depot and vard  and he will be   requested To   arrange  for a pole loading yard at   some'other  site on the light of way.  "When financesaccumulatesufficieni-  tly the board will purchase a town flag  which will be stored at a convenient  point and will be Hown'on all holidays  and special occasions. The election of  C. B. Garland to membership al this  meeting brings tho board's enrollment,  up to 39.  For   the     Reclamation, committee  Chairman   Constable   reported that a  wire had   been   received   from   John  Keen,   M.P.P.,   who   was' in   Ottawa  last week at the   Liberal   convention,  and while at the federal capital he and  Hon. Dr. King, minister of works, had  interviewed the Dominion minister of  the interior as to what Ottawa wasdo-  ing toward getting on   with drainage  activities.   It would   appear ttiat   the  resolution pa**.**c*d at Victoria last session was not sulVlcient  to    induce   the  Dominion officials   to bestir   themselves,   but after  the   conference   with  Messrs. King and Keen assurance was  given that thev   would    at   once take  the matter up with   Washington, and  proceed with   the   finish-up-work thi.*.*  st a son if practie.ib.e.  \Vhili> -if  ti>..    -v..'-*    J;-..--'   --'I*"!*:   *..:.  Birth���������At Miss Candy's mgternity  hospital. Creston, on August 5th, to  Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Huscroft. a daughter.  Mrs. Knott, Miss Frances and Master Jelferv left, the latter part of the  week for Cultus Creek, where they  are with a party of Creston people  who are camping at that point.  H. May, who had secured an option  on the Paulson meadows beyond  Kitchener for pasture purposes, and  who went to Alberta a few days ago  to .secure cattle to run on this feeding  ground, was unsuccessful in seeuring  the bunch of stoOk he had designs on. j (Jompton inU-rviewod the minister of  The early August, rains* haye helped agriculture re stationing a resilient  out tho feed situation in Alberta, and I horticulturist at. Cteston, and the e.--  it, is now not so easy-to secure cattle,  except in small lots.  Tho wrecked airplane of Lieut. Hall  .1  pt.vl  is still with uh.    He  had  a  couple  of!  mechanics come  hero   to dismantle it,  but they  left   again   .-.fter  doing lit'th*  more than remove the wings.  Following the meeting at tlu* school  house on Thursday night last, at  which Lhe Water lJ*-iei-n A.i.snei.iliou  was formed, Engineer Biker has taken  a good look oyer tliu territory to be  nerved and the. 'piipply of wal-ei avail-  .toe' .���������::���������.' '���������.' :,t.;iU.;. LU.'Ip.' 1.. eimw-^il oi  the wel.iie.i:' for the 27 who ' si-j-iu-d up  as users���������both for domestic use, and  some irrigation.  The trustee.*, haye lei, the emit met  tn,,. .... a.,....:.... 11 ������.....i   .....i   *���������.������������������!��������� ���������  ���������     ���������        ��������� ���������     "'   -"I.   ���������      I      o  ii. new Hour in tl.e haseineiil  to Penson  l. Willi'oli, the   l-'rickisnii   cont luetoi���������*,.  ,',.,,     p_i. ,     , .     .......  .1     J   11 >-_       -- \_ r  le n,lint ilu/ the  i-ehoi-Ihoil'-e.  tablishing of jiu ���������>vpe!-iment:t! p!  here, and assurance had been giyen  that as soon as all the assistant horticulturists are back from overseas if  there is one available he will be located   ut    Creston.  The President was empowered to  name a commit tee of three���������with  power to add-to handle the visit of I he  Ne|v/>n busrn-'p***- men It.'Vi* on fair ������**��������� i;.*.  During their visit it is pmposi-d to  show them the Vallev a swell as i  I'uuii look over Ibe Knot en-iy l-*l it ,  ..���������:������ i.   . i  ,  i^    **���������.������������������... ,1 ....;   '  Hcpteiiiber 27th.  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But the time came when Darthea's  little feel were almost: on thc ground  and the uppers of her  shoes  Were in   .  such condition  as to make resoling a  Painful   back  trouble   indicates   dis-1 useless   extravagance.     This   question  \*r it, c  .oi**: ri*-"M ITD  cased kidneys.  Don't neglect the first symptoms.  When yon can't stoop or bend  without  suffering  pain���������  When you notice urinary disorders,  diz/.v spells and constant headaches���������  When your back aches, morning,  noon and "night, when iangour and  restlessness oppress you���������  Then -will the telling merit of Dr.  Hamilton's Pills make you feel bctu-.*  in one da v.  Dr. Hamilton's Pills exert a -wonderful influence on the diseased tissues of the kidneys. They heal and  soothe, give vitality and tone, put  new life into the kidneys, and thus  prevent  a  return  of  the  trouble.  Kidney sufferer, health awaits you  and happy cure is right at hand in  Dr. Hamilton's Pills. Note, carefully  the above symptoms, if they fit your  case, don't delay, but-go at once to  ���������your dealer and procure thc unfailing  Dr. Hamilton's Pills of Mandrake  and Butternut, sold in yellow boxes,  25c each.  ft!  un. FOWLER'S  EXTRACT OF WiLD STRAWBERRY  CURED HER  Filling His  %  HENRY C. ROWLAND  Copyrighted. Printed by special  arrangement  with   Thos.  Allen,  Toronto.  %- -&  (Continued.)  So the days fled past, and Ruggles,  ���������working hard, had but a single cloud  ���������Upon his fair horizon.    This was due  to    his    learning    that    the    Vienna  branch was almost ready to open its  doors  for trade, while he had as yet  received no omcial directions to hold  himself in readiness for a change of  place.    Hc wrote again to the European   general  .manager,   recalling   his  former   application,     and   received  a  rather  brief   reply,  which     contained  no  more  than   thc  information     that  his     letter   had  been     received     and  would   be   duly   considered.     Still,   it  - was   courteous   in   tone,   and   Ruggles,  of getting shod was always a serious  one to Darthea and her aunt, because,  though     they  bought    shoes  but  seldom,   they  bought   good  ones,  which  cost  upwards     of twenty-five    francs  the pair.       Shoes and    gloves    were  about  the  only  items   of  their wardrobes     which  they     were unable     to  make  for  themselves,  but  gloves  are  not dear in Paris and can bc made to  last  for  a  long  time.     Thc  kid docs  not wear out, and as it stretches and  the seams tear it can be trimmed and  restilchcd.    Clothes can bc made and  hats arc-  easily managed by a person  of     observation     and  natural     taste.  Darthea could walk demurely up the  Champs .   Ely sees,     get     a     passing  glimpse  of a   creation,     which  might  havc cost three hundred francs,  then  go   home  and  concoct   something   of  thc   same   sort  which  looked     much  prettier (on her head) for about five.  But     there  is   really  nothing  very  much   to   do   about   shoes   except   to  buy  them,  and  this   expenditure     on  Darthca's      part,     representing     the  0 equivalent of a week's  food for     the  IpJVTft     ^1 ll 0(P***-*^ j pair of  them, it was a matter to be  v? J.B.     iV^iEt'-Lp'CO i approached with great care and cou-  i sideration. Darthea during her sojourn in Paris had been in the habit \  of buying her shoes at the big department store, "Mcrrie England,"  which was nearly opposite thc branch  store of the Walkeasy Shoe Company  on   the  Boulevard  des   Capucines.  Wherefore, accompanied by Miss  Challand, who was much more insistent than her niece on the question  of fit and finish, and therefore commanded a more painstaking attention,  Darthea set out to buy her pair of  shoes. Thc weather had been stormy  for several days, which rendered the  purchase more peremptory, so they  caught a bus,-descended at the Place  de l'Opera, and walked up thc Boulevard to  "Mcrrie   England."  "I'm sure you'd do much better at  the Walkeasy shop across the street,  my dear," said Miss Challand. "Their  shoes may cost a little more, but you  would get quite thc worth of it in  wear and comfort."  Ruggles   would   havc   felt  like   em-  a  born  optimist, told  himselL-thal  he   bracing ],er could hc havc hcard thjs.  was   sure   to   got   his   promotion   very]      ������������������pOSi---jlv/* Darthea answered, "biU  ���������shortly. i j   ]ultc   those     pug-nosed    American  For  Rugglcs was possessed of that j shoes,   aunty.     Besides,   I  like   lo   do  Mothers. should look well after  their children during the hot sumnier  months, as this is thc time of year  when the young ones are liable to all  kinds of bowel  complaints.  If your children havc any looseness  of the bowels do not experiment with  new and untried remedies. Get one  having stood the. test of time. Dr.  Fowler's Extract of Wild Strawbcrry  has been on thc market for thc past  74 ycars. Don't accept a substitute  and perhaps endanger your child's  life.  Mrs. Willis Coupland, Sundridge,  Out., writes: "About four years ago  my little girl, then a baby two months  old, took diarrhoea. 1 took her to  the doctor, but to no avail. After he  had given her up, 1 read of Dr. Fowler's Extract of Wild Strawberry and  immediately got a bottle. Within  two days she was improving fast. 1  cannot ever praise it enough. I hope  some poor sufferers will sec. this letter and Ica^l them to a friend indeed."  Price 35 cents. Put up only by The  T. Milbiirn Co., Limited, Toronto,.  Out.  wears them, I'm sure. People will  look at your feet and take you for  an American."  "Not if thcy  keep   on  looking  and  notice   ni}r   hat  and   dress,"   Darthea  answered  sadly\    "American girls  arc  much more chic than  English.    Thcy*^  wear   their   clothes.     Wc  hang   them  conscious of her near presence, was  down on the knees of his well-pressed trousers at the feet of a swarthy  and perfumed individual who looked  as if his ancestry might have been  terribly confused in the Balkans,  where trouble is always to be found.  His emanations were principally of  perfume, garlic, tobacco, cognac and  sachet powder���������with due recognition  to the brilliantinc on his well-carcd-  for  beard  and  mustache. '"        1  But  Ruggles  appeared as  oblivious  to   these   aesthetic      objections   as   a  dentist at work on a bad tooth or a  sweet young girl of small fortune and  large  ambition     ardently  wooing   an  elderly millionaire.    He was so close  to Darthea that when he  turned    to  reach for thc heated bunion-stretcher  a recumbent part of him brushed her.  skirt���������and she drew back \v*.th a little  shiver of almost anything.    Her eyes  were as big as the peculiar egg-shaped blossoms in the handsome and expensive Art Nouveau decorations    of  thc place, and  she was  quite unable  to  tear    them   from     Ruggles.     His  well-shaped hands were slightly soiled  from   the   street   slime   (which   is  composed of too many ingredients to  attempt analysis) on the shoes of his  customer,   but  he   wiped  them   on   a  cloth conveniently at hand, powdered  the wet sock, of which the fabric had  yielded a little ovcr the  distal phalanx  of  the  hallux   (which   is   to   say  the end of thc big toe), and with his  charming smile slipped the pedal  extremity into a slow box-calf C-10.  ������ e i v. -\\������\\\vT\\f.\ sm r  AliS-Kini-IKIlllKII1  hUOI\HilSiyyyi.L  On Faceand Hands." Itched and  "* Burned*. Cuticura Heals.'  -**-,  ~ "My baby'was only & -month old I  ���������when her face and hands started to  get red and scaly. The  eczema started in the form  of water blisters and itched  and "burned. She was so  cross and fretful she could  ���������*-^s*i4ir  pot sleep.  ''This lasted nine  -months wnen I tried Cuticura Soap  and Ointment, and I used three cakes  of Soap with two boxes of Ointment  ���������when she was healed." (Signed)  Mrs. Oscar Pillon, Amberst'DUrg,  Ontario, May 7,1918.  Cuticura Soap, Ointment and Tal-  ctara are all you need for all toilet  uses. Bathe with Soap, soothe with  Ointment, dust with Talcum.  For free maple each of Catiear* Soap. Ointment tuid talcom address post-cert*: "Outiear*.  JHpf. A, Bottoa, V. B. A."   Sold cvrRTtrhere.  J  "Nonsense! It's just because thcy  usually have more money to spend  on them. I could bc chic myself if  I had about a hundred a year to  spend on nothing but clothes."  The policeman blew his whistle  and raised his while club, whereat  thc procession stopped, more, or less.  At any rale, it slowed sufficiently to  enable the foot traffic to dodge across  with no great amount of danger.  Darthea and her aunt gained thc opposite sidewalk sound of limb, though  slightly spattered by the sticky -slime  (To  Bc  Continued.)  5��������� ffl������*4������*"*a*J-wa    /��������� on.vm  PJlVA^UJIUPr      J.aXL-*JLjrt.JL A.XX  Tourists See Ruins  From Dirigible  Has "Bayer Cross'  tr  Tablets Without "Bayer  Cross"  Not  Aspirin At All  Get Genuine  "Bayer Tablets  of Aspirin   in    a    "Bayer    Package,  Plainly Marked With the  Safety "Bayer Cross'  L ^m-\  peculiar  industr;.  though  dog-like  devotion  to  the  big" my  buying  in  a  British   shop."  .  of v.hich  he  was an  honest'.     But   alas   for   thc   inscrutable   ways  humble  component      part,; in -which Fate control:*,  our destinies!  which becomes in some natures al- A swift examination of their stock  i-io*-*. akin to religion. His belief in ij appeared io demonstrate that Dar-  tke company, from its head to the;thea's particular requirements wcr-i  point of iu well-shaped toes, was'j the only ones that thc British shop  like ".he confidence of one of Xapo-i was unable to supply at that, par-  if-o-.i'- tr'-.dgip.g private soldiers in  the! ticular   moment.     They   were   cxpcc.t-  snialliijii'ity   o.      the  Ruggle*     handled   >.  f'.r <��������� J  Grande     Armee.   ing   hourly   a   new   coiiMgnmeiit      of  of   the   com-1 goods, and if the. lady could call again  v.-i-.h.   lhe  lovingi*],   a  day  or  two  she  would  find  thc  i.e   aforesaid   pri- i precise   article   for   which   she   asked.  ."Mowed     upon   a! Darthea   did   not  wish   to  call   again.  i.-onstructed arm.; it  -was  a   Saturday,  and .she  and  her  ������������������-r.pon which was1 aunt had an engagement to walk with  surcd; ���������; Rugglcs in the Bois the following af-  .i*  Ml  H 01'.'*  ?:������������������]���������.'���������   l-.urov  V'. .4>   4ju.,; am 4,\\:,  organi/a-  '. p   r o  -a- r \ '  1 o <������������������ I**   s i g 111  I hei-i-in  ���������r-i-.i  ( ' 1   I   r\  ternoon, stopping at the Pre Catclau  for tea, and she wanted to wear her  new shoes. Wherefore, politely ex-  pv.-..''h*,g thci-.- regret to the suave  youth who had waited on them, Dar-  'Jii";i and her aunt left the shop and  paused for a moment, to open their  umbrellas.  "L'.noy a man of any self-respect  ���������]'!-���������:���������!. ii.' 1:is days, on his knees tak-  inv  off and putting on muddy shoes!  : i    \ i :  :i i'!     a-  < I  S     liir;  I .4 1 i ! I  I  ir''     a      I' ,'I I  I'llll  ���������������������������..;���������    ihinl.  *!"  Ma-id,   gathfrinf  up   her  wailed    for   I. lie.   traffic  lilmv   his   whisll'  de cafe."  i    thrni   as.  I ).' I 111'-,i.       '".I hey    S'-em  ���������.!'. /.p  I'n tiii i u re."  '���������.,���������    11 iv   part,  men,  part   of  ground from the creosoted wooden  blocks, and which eats into fabrics  like vitriol. Opposite thc hospitable  doors of thc Walkeasy shop they  paused for a moment to look at the  handsome  display of  samples.   *  "Why do they put those silly  bumps on the toes?" Darthea asked.  "I'm sure I don't know. For the  same reason that thc French make  their shoes duck-billed, I suppose.  Because, they think it's pretty. Anyhow, they're jolly comfortable and  wear like iron. Let's go in and see  if you can find anything lo suit you,"  Miss Challand stepped to the door,  which was swung open in front of  her. "My word," said she, "the place  is jammed!"  Thc.   Walkeasy   store   was,   in   fact,  doing  a   rushing   business,  principally  in   the   sale   of  rubber  overshoes,   for  the continued chilly rains were  reaping   their     harvest   of   early     autumn  colds,  and  the  public  was   taking  its  precautions���������a little late, as the public, usually does.     Miss  Challand,  expecting    Darthea    lo    follow at    her  heels,    made     a  dive,   for     the   stairs  leading up  to  the. ladies'  department',  only to find the place packed with insistent     customers,  a     good  half     of  whom  were  French.     The.  other  half  appeared  to he  composed of most  of  the. nations of the world thai an* not  French.    With a snort of disgust,  for  the   air   was   a   bit.   oppressive,      she  looked   around      for  her  niece      I'ut  Darthea was not there.  Darthea  was  very  much   not   there.  Darthea   was,   in   tact,   standing   in   a  ���������I'd ( trance-like,   condition   at   the   fool   nf  i the.     stairs,   staring     with   fascinated  eyes  at.   Mr.   Ruggles,  who,   <|iiite   uu*  There is not a penny of German  money invested in "Bayer Tablets of  Aspirin," nor will a German citizen  profit by its sale or ever bc allowed  to acquire interest.  The original, world-famous Asnirin,  marked with thc "Bayer Cross," is  how made in Canada and can bc had  at your druggist's in handy tin boxes  of 12 tablets and larger "Bayer" packages.  Geuine. Aspirin has been proved safe  by millions for Pain, Headache,  Toothache,. Earache, Rheumatism,  Lumbago,  Colds, Grippe,  Neuritis.  Aspirin is thc trade mark, registered in Canada, of Bayer Manufacture of Monoaccticacidester of Salicy-  licacid.  Italian Navy   Has   Established Commercial Service for Visiting  Rome.  Rome. ��������� Tourists may hereafter  visit Roman ruins, the Coliseum, Forum, Pantheon, Caracalla baths and  the basilica of Consiar.tme, St. Peter's and other Roman gems, not in  antiquated horse drawn carriages, but  in airships. Thc Italian navy has established a commercial dirigible service for visiting Rome and its environs from thc air. Thc venture has  met with complete, success, for daily  the aircraft are filled to capacity.  Thc correspondent saw Rome from  thc Italian navy's dirigible M-l. Historic Reman landmarks viewed from  the air gave the eye an entirely different aspect of their beauty and  form. The riches of Rome in hidden  gardens could only be appreciated  from above, it was agreed.  Looking at -the Coliseum from the  ground, it appears to bc a circular  mass of ruined grandeur. From the  air, the elliptical proportions of the  second greatest accumulation ol  masonry in historjT are pronounced.  The proceeds i^om the dirigible  service are given to thc Italian funds  for those disabled in thc war. Tea ia  served in mid-air, and letters accepted for postage.  Industrial Fiber On  Floor Of Sea  Always  "Edith is onc of those girls whose  interest in a man is governed by his  wealth."  "I see; the greater thc principal the  greater the  interest."  i- i    t<  her   aunt   replied,  hi-   wailed   on   by  i ���������.. 11  <ii  it    niattr.':-"   answered  , ��������� ntly.        "'Mi,   dear,   1  ' Ih ii :.    fo;    t oiin'ri i'ii\v,  '������������������    '   :0. l.Mi.       Wc   lllil'ht  M i . Uui'-'.I.'i.'s fi ii ii������l- ,  i ��������� ii < d t hiii).1 ���������. will \>c,  '���������i     a ' ' r r        thi-     \v,i dim'  ������������������' ' ..-' '��������� ''IV^l'1- ���������   -���������'' ';iVv. .'j^Y-���������j^i. ���������'���������  mm\A^m1^K^0mmniflm*mm/  "%..  r-\ "**���������*  ���������jraruiluip-ci Lytlltls,  Kyi-ft   iri������!jrnr<l   t>y   efy'i-  ������ irr.toSo-i, Dual *\A Wind  fit  ���������0ly    *- *    "l"''' '* ' / -*"'*i */<������!'  *'���������'";. '-.asp*. '���������r.yoW-'iiiii'itJy. f''.  .W j'.'llt ������'��������� 1*. ���������   ������������������<!  lit.'..-: it" |',f ibik o.   t,i  ......I  ....���������  Tm Ko.tk ���������������. It'll iyo fi-.*-* n-riic  ���������     >..\.:,.  at    tin*  -...id   Mi".  'I.OUl'll     1.  J'..  r l  ,1  von want  Wall.ca-.v  i  h.di.md.  tm 11 on':  ")���������'...,. v!  ��������� ��������� r .i 11. In ,i I  Whole    Deposit    Contains    4,500,000  Tons Dry Weight.  Adelaide,    South    Australia. ��������� On  the seashore of South Australia    lies  unused, and until lately    almost    unknown, a very large quantity of valuable fiber.   It is calculated    that    thc  whole deposit contains 4,500,000 tons  dry weight.   All this  conies from the  growth in the shallow sea waters   of  that   region   of   Posidonia   Australis.  This is not what is usually known as  a seaweed, but is entirely of thc nature of a flowering land plant, except  for ils  habits of growing   submerged  in   sea  water.     Its value  conies  from  the fact that when   its    long,    straw-  shaped  leaves   wither,    they    remain  round the stem as tufts or string-like  lineads.   After ;i time, a dense, m.iltcpl  bed of liber forms on thc sea bottom,  and the whole colony gets higher and  higher in  the  water  as  this  bed  gels  thicker.  In some places the matted beds are  seven feet thick and several square  miles in extent, so that a fine potential industry is foreseen by the South  Australian l io\ ii nineiil. Tlm-i: hum:  conipan'n s arc already working at it,  and markets arc opening for its sale  as insulating niuterial for .steam pipes  and j'ci'i igcj aiin-'   pl.uii*,.  CURES A COLD  QUICK AS WINK!  Easy as Rolling Off a Log to Stop  a Cough or Cold With  "CATARRHOZONE"  Japanese to Visit Great Britain  Tokio, Japanese ln-wspapcis announce Uilil tliiee. hiotiu-i s-in-law ol  Km-i'Mor Yo-.hiliiln will sunn visit  Great Britain, France and the. U.S.  for military inspection. They will  :.tay   abroad     .*>i  about  thin  No more medicine for the stomach  ���������that isn't where your cold is lodged. Just breathe in the healing vapor  of Catarrhozone���������a soothing, healing  medication that acts instantly Colds,  sore, throat and catarrh fairly flee before  Catarrhozone.  Every spot that is congested is  healed, irritation is soothed away,  phlegm -and secretions are cleaned  out, and all symptoms of cold and  catarrh arc cured. Nothing so quick,  so sure, so pleasant as Catarrhozone.  Beware of dangerous substitutes  meant to deceive you for genuine  Catarrhozone. All dealers sell Ca-  tnrrboi'one, large, si-re, which lasts  two months, price. $1.00; small sizc,*^,  50c; sample size, 2.5c.  General  Byiig to Retire  London.���������The Daily Express says  thai General Byng, formerly commander of the Canadians, is going on  the retired list, and will in: .ippuintcu  lo control the sailors' and soldiers'  relief funds which will be co-ordinated.  The average man is to bc ticeit  everywhere���������except   iu   the   mirror.  .������<������*������   xn. , #  tr  1?75  Do not mi fees  niiiitliiir iluv will-  It (ill in if. illocrt*  Injr, .*���������** vfotrii.l������  In-,!* t'llou. No  mi n; I on 1 oii<ir->  nl I on roqnlrpwl.  'I'lie Imnen-it irivell..^ -it-/. I'.'iw*,' l")r. ClmHo'n Otiitiniint. wtll veil. .���������<> you at oiimi  iik    impMi.n       11 a v . ll. is   ate    I iimt-|lim|  ���������,, ,.������<,���������( .ilnly euro vou.   mio. h nox; nil  - I Kit.i' liirak.iw.i      ,-\*.il,.i     and      i lira*,'.;! ���������!***���������'<-". ���������������������- li*ili������mi-iii������n. Hiitjin lu ������,;��������������� Muiit..'"'.  ���������piiy-jr uiul tnui... ���������";-, ctr.::!**'" ������<������������' *nnt*M~.  ,  years.  tl  I 'Mini.  i--A4*Atmm-* K.^w.JwM.Mt'iw^ ~-~sx v xsu vv,  .->" !  j3fc*������Vp*k*V-fc ���������*.*������*  r^^^ir its*  II   .IM* ,  ~l-----m-mmmm^m-i.  ii~-t&~m  .Shoe Dressing  ���������use it on your shoes. It is economical���������a little  on the dauber gives a lasting shine to your shoes.  No rubbing required���������-just put Gold "Leaf on���������if*,  shines as it dries.  AT YOUR DEALERS  T_      0-1 !��������� _    ������������������Jl     ��������� ~���������t.^~.���������  in   lug   Dig   xcu   'Jav.r.ag'"  35c EVERYWHERE  -uu?-"tfi.-."s"a,Tr,=--  indemnity For  Rumania And Serbia  Paris.���������Rumania and Serbia arc  awarded the greater part of more  than a billion francs indemnity demanded under thc Bulgarian peace  terms which arc nearly finished, according to the Excelsior; the remain-:  Grc  ccc.  L1IC      rtlill-' I.H1 t.  the paper says  ���������"!*  ���������rY|-tr/-.ti      *t*rt  Would Kemove Sex  Disqualification  Seat  o_4t*_e--e-������--  4  SUFFERING CATS!  GIVE THIS MAN  THE GOLD MEDAL  Women  May Be  Entitled to  a  in the House of Lords  Westminster,   Eng.���������The   Sex  Disqualification-Removal  Bill which  has  been  introduced provides that an  individual  shall  not be  disqualified by  j sex from  the  exercise of any public  ] function  or from being appointed  to  [any civil or judicial office or post or  ������! from entering  or  assuming any  civil  (Profession or vocation, and shall not  be exempted by sex from liability to  serve as juror.  The King may include in letters  patent for thc creation of peer of the  United  Kingdom  a provision  to  the  Canadians Are  Delayed By Strike  London.���������The strike of the dock  workers at Liverpool caused a great  deal of inconvenience and irritation  to Canadians homeward bound where  cases have evoked much sympathy.  Fifteen hundred soldiers' wives and  dependents who were on thc Scotian  and whom were held up for six days,  were billeted in hotels and boarding  houses. The Empress of Britain was  sent to Glasgow. Thc officer commanding the waiting Canadian troops  interviewed thc dockers' union officials in an attempt to get the steamers released, but without avail.  f  A  AvT^sty-v*-  J-".  A T?1&7'mli*Q  Xm,    mrr    g-������    ar%,     ,T^������  S. AA.    JXx   JmmM     mm*-  Keai  Seville  Orange  All Orange and Sugar-  No camouflage.  Boiled with care in Siloer Pans.  abk you* Gitocin rom IT.  STOMACH TROUBLE  Air Force Decorations  K.������>.������������.B..Bl'g"8**������-*B"B"l*..a..>.4'|.'a������������6fcC-li:'II' S"i~x>  Let folks step on your feet hereafter; wear shoes a size smaller if you  like, for corns will never again send  electric sparks of pain through you,  according to this Cincinnati authority.  Hc says that a few drops of a drug  called freezone, applied directly upon  a tender, aching corn, instantly relieves soreness, and soon the entire  corn, root and  all,  lifts right out.  This drug is a sticky ether compound, but dries at once and simply  shrivels up the corn without inflaming or even irritating the surrounding tissue.  it is claimed that a quarter of an  ounce of freezone obtained at any  drug store will cost very little, but  is sufficient to remove every hard or  soft corn or callus from one's feet.  Cut this out, especially if you are a  ���������woman  reader who wears high heels.  Comes  When  the  Blood  is  Weak  and Watery.  Thin blooded people generally have  stomach trouble. But they seldom  recognize the fact that thin blood is  the cause of their indigestion, but  it    is.  ��������� Thin blood is onc of thc most common causes of stomach trouble; it  affects the digestion very quickly.  The glands that furnish the digestive  fluids arc diminished in their activity, the stomach muscles are weakened and there is a loss of nerve force.  In this state of hoalth nothing will  more quickly restore the appetite,  digestion and normal nutrition than  good, rich, red blood.  Dr. Williams' Pink Pills act directly on the blood, making it rich    and  Investitures to be Made by H.R.H.  The Princ- of Wales.  Toronto. ��������� In connection with the  coming visit to Canada of His Royal  Highness the Prince of Wales, thc  air ministry, London,. England, have  made arrangements for the investiture of personnel of the Royal Air  Force now residing in Canada with  decorations won in any theatre during- the war. Application for investiture should be made to R.A.F. headquarters, Toronto.  "THE NBW "PRBNCH KCMEDV. H.*i. tt.2. MJftj  THERAPiON g������k������W  great s**.cce������������s C'.-x-Ea chronic-Hr-cM-Hsss, lost visok  & VIM, KIDNEV. BLADDSR. DISEASES. BLOOD POISON,  ���������P1XSS. EITHER No. DRUGGISTS er MAIL, SI. POST 4 CTB  FQUGBttA CO, M. BSSKMAN ST.MSW VORKor LVMA.P* BROS  ���������TORONTO. *V-"IT"*. ���������"OK "Fi*tEE ZOOK TO Dr. 1.B CLERS  MED.CO.HAVERSTOCKRD. HAMrttTEAS, LOSDO-J. BNC*.  ���������CRYHEWDRAOaBtTASTSI-ES5)FOR*������OF BA8Y TO TASS  " " ~ * SAFS AND  LAST!SO. CU������B.  f������AT TltADS  MASKS.D  WftSB  *THa*-tAPXO*p ��������� IS OS  SX.paOVX.STAMf A-TIXIO TO AU OBHUIMB PACXSXflk  effect    that where  the    holder of  at red,    and this  peerage    is  a woman    she  shall,    ifjthcns weak nerves,  stimulates  otherwise   qualified,   bc  entitled  to   a-n'U5eles- an(J  ^^akens  seat,  place  and voice  in  the  Housc  of Lords.  Automobiling may be the poetry of  motion until "thc machine breaks  down; then it is Wank verse.  Rural Motor Transport  The first rural motor transport in  Western Canada'was established this  spring at Winnipeg, Manitoba, where  a service is maintained which runs  about forty miles out of this city. It  is intended to extend this service;  and with the general improvement of  roads that is certain to be made during the next few years, similar services will no doubt be opened at  Other  points   in   the   country.  Air Freight Line Planned  Bridgeport, Conn.���������Bridgeport is  ready for the establishment of an air  freight and passenger line, as announced in New York by the National Air Service Corporation, which  plans to operate an aerial transportation systcm between New York and  Boston with stops in this city and  New London. Several months ago  the chamber of commerce appointed  an aviation committee, headed by  former army officers. A landing field  was selected. This field will bc used  as a landing place for the air line,  according to announcement made  here. Two biplanes will be used by  the  service.  tired  o norpjnal ac-  jtivity the glands that supply the digestive fluids. The first sign of returning health is an improved appetite, and soon the effect of these  blood-making pills is -evident  throughout thc whole systcm. You  find that what you eat does not distress you, and that you are strong  and vigorous instead of irritable and  listless. You are on the road to  sound, good health and care in your  diet is all you need. If your appetite  is fickle, if you have any of the  distressing pains and symptoms of  indigestion you should begin to cure  vourself at once by taking Dr. Williams' Pink Pills.  These pills are sold by all dealers  in medicine or you car. get them by  mail at 50 cents a box or six boxes  for $2.50 from The Dr. Williams-  Medicine Co., Brockville, Ont.  Montreal,  May 29th, '09.  Minard's Liniment Co., Limited,  Yarmouth, N. S.  Gentlemen,���������I beg to let you know  that I have used MINARD'S LINIMENT for some time, and I find it  the best  I  have  ever  used for     the  joints and muscles.  Vqpit-c vprv irulv.  '".  'THOMAS J. HOGAN.  The   Champion   Clog and   Pedestal  'Dancer of Canada.  ;'g Cotton Hoof ������c22������;oi!2**3L  A xafe, reliable reauiating  medicine. Bold ia tUree .ie-  E**ce9 of BtretiEtl-i���������No. I. "flf  No. 2. $3; No. 3, $5 per box.  Bold by all druggists, or sen.*  eneea: mm���������<r *x prepaid ea receipt of rsricaj  Stf"-^***'"'' IS"? i-rea pamphlet. Address s  ���������wy -J*g T"*ECaSK"VSE*j;C"N--C"3^  \\7     %JT     ���������    TQBONTO, OHT.  (F.r-a-rljf Wia-lur.)  MONEY ORDERS  When  ordering:  goods  by  maii,  send  a   Dominion  Express   Money   Order.  mh-M'Tii     -",���������~-,���������r~v;". . ~���������rrr. . ;, *,;.  Built Without Nails  The Way It Felt  Thc Dentist: Thought you said this! fabric  tooth hadn't been stopped before?  Thc Patient (feebly): No, it hasn't.  The Dentist: Well, there are traces  of gold on  my instrument.  The Patient    (more feebly)      ~  haps you've    struck my back  stud!  jrer-  collar  In Alberta, there is a village whose  houses have been constructed without nails. The houses were built by  Ruthenian immigrants. The buildings  are of the typical Ruthenian style���������  log, pitch-roofed, thatched and wide  in the caves. Even the door, an affair of slender twigs, woven and  laced together, swings on homemade  hinges and is latched with a wooden  hasp. The floor is of hewn logs un-  nailcd. Thc roof its a wonderful  of    poles      and    cross-woven  packed  wheat-straw, 10 inches thick,  tight and solid, and laid with such  care that it will endure any weather  for 20 years.  Most people arc sorry only after it  is   too  late.  A Standard Medicine.���������Parmeiee's  Vegetable Pills, compounded of entirely vegetable substances known to  have a revivifying- and salutary effect  upon thc digestive organs, have  through ycars of use attained so eminent a position that they rank as a  standard medicine. Thc ailing should  remember this. Simple in their composition, thcy can bc assimilated by  the weakest stomach and are certain  lo havc a healthful and agreeable effect on thc sluggish digestive organs.  Minard's Liniment Cures Colds, Etc.  Band to Come With Prince.  London.���������Thc  Royal Marine  Light  Infantry band, Plymouth division, has  GOVERNMENT GUARANTEED  F0RJU1MTY  flip......  Obituary Poetry.  Wc do not print obituary poetry  unless it is paid for at regular advertising rates, so don't go lo the trouble  of copying or composing it unless  you wish to pay for having it printed. The docior, undertaker and  preacher all get paid for their services, but the printer is expected to  set obituary poetry for thc fun of  the   thing. '-'Border,  Mo.,  Telephone.  been  Prince  selected     to    accompany  of Wales to Canada.  For Burns and Scalds.���������Dr. Thomas' Eclectric Oil will take the fire out  of a burn or scald more rapidly, than  any other preparation. It should be  at hand in every kitchen so that it  may be available at any time. There  is no preparation required. Just apply the oil to the burn or scald and  the   pain   will   abate   and   ih   a   short  GIRLS ! WHITEN YOUR SKIN  WITH LEMON JUICE  the   time cease altogether.  Catarrhal Deafness Cannot Be Cured  by toe?.1, applications as they cannot reach  the diseased portion of the ear. There is  only onc way to cure Catarrhal Deafness, and  that is l>v a constitutional rcmctlv. HALL'S  CATARRH MKDICINK acts throueh the  lilood on thc Mucous Surfaces of the System. Catarrhal Jieat'ness is caused by an  inflamed condition of tlie mucous lining; of  the Kustachiaii Tube. When this tube is inflamed you have a rumbling sound or imperfect hcaritiRr, and when it is entirely  closed, Deafness is the result. Unless the in-  lliiiuiiiaiiou can he reduced and this tube restored to ils normal condition, hearing may  bc destroyed for ever. Many cases of Deaf-  iics arc caused by Catarrh, which is. an inflamed   condition   of  the  *Mncot-q   Sin-face-:.  ON''-' 11UNDKKD DOLLARS for any case  of Catarrhal Deafness that cannot be cured  by   HALL'S   CATARRH   MEDICINE.  All  DiuRKisis   75c,     Circulars  free.  1*.  J.  Cheney   & Co.,  Toledo, Ohio.  German Talk of Vengeance.  The following appeal addressed' to  the German people in the Deutsche  Zeitung is regarded as characteristic  of thc views prevailing in German  Conservative circles.  Make   a   Beauty   Lotion   for a   Few  Cents to Remove Tan. Freckles,  Sallowness  Your grocer has the lemons and  any drug store or toilet counter will  supply you with three ounces of orchard white for a few cents. Squeeze  the juice of two fresh lemons into a  bottle, then put in ihe orchard white  and shake well. This makes a quarter pint of the very best lemon skin  whitcner and complexion beautifier  known. Massage     this     fragrant,  creamy lotion daily into the face,  neck, arms and bantls anu just scs  how freckles, tan, sallowness, redness and roughness disappear and  how  smooth,  soft and clear  thc  skin  harmless,  "Today a peace of shame is being, becomes.    Yes!     It  is  Harmless,  and  the beautiful results will surprise you.  As a vermifuge there is nothing so  potent as Mother Graves' Worm l-*.x-  U-rminator, and it can bc given to the  most delicate child without fear of  injury to  the  constitution.  Cheap Harvest Kates  signed in thc Hall of Mirrors at Versailles, forget it not! In the year 1871  the German Empire arose in its old  splendour; German honor is today  being carried to its grave, forget it  notl    In unresting labor thc  German  Cop to homing clubman):  "'"VYhera  are you going at this time of night?"  Clubman:    "I'm���������hie���������goin'     lo    a  lecture."���������"Boston Transcript.  for i  ft is impossible to judge a woman's  like or dislike for another by the  manner in whieh they kiss when thcy  niect.  nation will again rise    to   rcgiin^,-,^^ Liniment Cures Diphtheria.  itself its place amongst    the    nations i   which is its  clue.    Then, revenge  for!     'y^t    anniversaries     we  always   retire indignity of 1919." I member   arc   those   v. c   would   rather  i forgCtt  Yes, Thclma, there would be fewer  divorces In this vale of tears if there  were   more  good  cooks.  Over-sleeping and over-eating   hurt  more   people   than   over-working.  ���������a."-*?-a  \/\t <���������-*.   rxt-su       .... .  _     ~     .      ���������������������������   X ... t    ���������. (     ft     \  t   *~dtl  l  -  *. 0  Transfer of Farmers from the Dricd-  Out Sections ot Saskatchewan.  i-V'.in-i, Sa*-k. ��������� As a result, of the  conference between T. M. Molloy,  commissioner of labor for Saskatchewan, and the heads of the. three big  railways in Winnipeg the latter end  of ihe^ week, the railway loinpanic:'  have agreed lo put cheap harvest  r.itrs in ciVect for the transport of  fanners from lhe dried-out sections  of Saskatchewan who wish to go out  harvesting this season.  It was decided to provide transportation for these famicr*. at the  special rate of one cent per mile, the  rates io be in operation from August  i   i-  -.a   ;....!,,.:,.������     *n������,������    ii.-t-.������-i;    ���������,���������������']"  be good to any destination in Manitoba or *->askatclirw;i,i from the foi-  lowing poinu: Swift Current, Maple  Creek, Kincaid, I'.astEud, Cabri, Leader,   I'lrosr,   kiverhmst     and     North  i   '. ' . i. t '. 1 T ' o I 11.  44444..4���������W.,fc*.4..4l4 r;l.44*4������������  Wf"   "PI"., i*^.^BB^(***K.��������� iW mm    -Wo.     *-Sii..jllr7  novm   mgpmt *$���������'*--'      -rmtmr-    000010    ���������     ^���������-  For Tomorrow's Dessert  The question of variety in summer  desserts ���������o-w-p-r trouble?; the woman  who knows the possibilities of BensonTs  Corn Starch, the choicest product of  the corn.  Benson*Ji Corn Starch is equally fine for crisp,  delicate pastries as it is for simple puddings;  II.    ������,.    rrryrvrt  (rv~   r*nlr������*������tr   VDriA  fr*,T* tiif  (lllil*lf/<t  (o  S������W  noliiinpi of Blanc ManRe, Custards and Ice  ^xW&F**' *^*~<&g~*>'  Cream.  S%|p  '���������"���������r-MBiiiiii ��������� **-  ^mnmrrm-*v~wwmt)i,,,  -~^���������mattt4mtm*nx.  ThrCM-T-l-ISliircKC-i.        '^'mmSLi!S^  Llmitei. m Muntrc-ftl  Try one of those recipes tor  tomorrow's fl������**fs������������rt���������  Allir1  rw^'-^yT?TFa  w.T.i*a������aitiJeo"j  PREPpDCORN  '-���������^1* iT^xy"xi~"-hv~  .���������..X0... ., w ,^X-, z* ^-r~*,,..  * *'"' "' P.���������. ,Xm ... L������������������.  . "^  vp.l-^,.a "-txt L-0* tx^m m  ir>  0nstLunr*tX *y\m  i ���������**-*f*������*^*-i*r^*******w .-'���������������������������-���������'P-. .^  I'   - .Ll,~.-.';,if Lx. x^r, In, ���������v"  * -���������.   Ix���������XJx���������  CP'.vt^**'*' ������������.'*.  >���������:���������<!  -iw>aaii������iiwiiawi������r*ippa^^  i4*)Mm,..������.4������r44'*4+   ,  flxiimiim*Lnum\Miiitmt������i������Xml*wS^^^  TlLxSUiit. ���������^t���������-ikiSm���������hi4Kl^mSS^'^!!^  mmvimmiiimdii WfSSs-W^  3E552I  THE  CBESTON  KEVKEW  **5SP B B EF*--8      -fm\ m-m. -*** ~~m-s. an* *mx m. m    nkMUfla  IHb: Uift^iUPS tfkVS  Issued every Friday at Creston, B.C*  Subscription :   S$2 a veav in advance;  "!"���������"-"**<��������� w ������_���������.������. points.  C. F. Hayks, Editor and Owner'  CRESTON, B.C., FRIDAY, AUG. 16  ������������%&**& Mfoiiui Hay  Editor Review :  Sib.���������After reading in your paper  "Stockmen will control haying," it  looks like they control haying to their  own interest. Those that have large  herds have the privilege to cut hay all  they want, and th'e man that has a  eovv or two has no equal, rights to cut  hay. **;Mostly those who have one cow  is the man with a family to support,  and the cow is kept for the benefit of  the little children. Depriving the man  from hay is robbing the children of  milk, as well as their health. The  small users last winter depended on  getting hay at the Union, and there  was no hay till late in "the spring, and  the nian had to buy hay from the Indians to keep .their stock from starving. It seems to nie that the stockmen could give the small users the  same privileges as themselves, by giving them their hay rights all together,  and let them co-operate in making  hay for their own use. Most any man  could spend a few days haying if he  bnt knew where to haymake when he  wanted it. Fair Play.  $1000 to Building  The matter of financing: the new  main building to house the 1919  and succeeding fall fairs of the  Creston Valley Agricultural Association was materially expedited hy  the gift $1000 from the Creston  Farmers' Institute, which was  authorized at a largely attended  meeting of the Institute at the And  itorium, Saturday night, the gift  being made by a unanimous vote of  all present.  The gathering was presided over  hy the Institute president, W. V.  .Jackson, who briefly explained the  reason for calling the meeting, and  while on his feet also expressed  himself clearly in favor of making  a donation of at least $800. Now  that the trading department of Institute work is being so well taken  care of by the Creston Fruit Growers Unioii iii--. Jackson thought it  was folly -to let the ������1250 the In  stitute had on    hand   remain    idle.  The fall  fair was   something decidedly in the interest of the Whole  oommunity.    Last year it had been  well demonstrated that    the Valley  could pn-t on a worth    while exhibition, nmd last year    had also demonstrated   the    need    of    the    new  building. A- this **?12.*)'". surplus had  he en ,ii-"'r'i|py>n)-i*-*i'i    Through  i-iftss in which all  tin  i>e������-*i.    *-h'i!-"!.'.l<'5erf-  *-.'. >nt rii.nrion .'>  U'flK  Stockbreeders   Association*  direct  ors were all present   no   better opportunity  would present   itself for  anyone present to ask   any questions they would like answered.  It would seem that if any dissatisfaction exists in the arrangement  for 1919 hay harvest it exists largely  with those who in the past have  been able to buy what hay they  needed from the Indians or the local haymakers. For a time it looked as if this source of supply would  be cut off possibly, and with outside hay both scarce'and expensive,  naturally there was some .apprehension about the winter's supply  rf feed.  In this connection the air was.  cleared on a statement from Guy  Constable, the stockbreeders association secretary, who in a review of  the matter stated that since Indian inspector Ditchburn and other  officials had been here since early  last week, and the Si washes needs  in the matter of hay had been very  thoroughly looked into, along with  the hay area available, a division  of the flats had been agreed upon  that gave the whites added areas  to cut on, and in view of this concession arid the generally healthy  appearance of the crop at pi*esent,  it now seemed reasonably certain  that there would be a considerable  tonnage available for the fellow  with one or two cows and also the  r.ineher who preferred to buy rather than put up hay for himself, and  if all possible the association would  put up one, two or three hundred  tons of feed, which wonld be sold  at just a sufficient margin on cost  to recoup the association its oper-  atmg expenses.  Although President Jackson had  a gathering of not less than a hui.-  dred mem hers the meeting was decidedly liarmoniout throughout, the  most gratifying feature, perhaps,  b-'ing the vote of $1000 which  went through without a dissenting  voice or vote, it might be said.   $ 5 00  iUIrtlC'li.SOJSf���������  ���������Cartwright, G..~  r!up.ftTr.,;~u-.   Ti/f..r. n. k no  pt4������p V.r.i^iit;,    LVALCt   P~" .  xr    -.������  Friend���������per J. Graham..   2 00  ALICE SIDING���������  Ash, F W $ 5 00  Hood. R    5 00  Miller, Mrs M        2.5  McMurtrie, W A  10 00  WYNNDEL���������  Biafore, C  is 00  Buttertield, D  55 00  Butterfield, M A  5 00  Butterfield, E  5 00  Cockle, Mrs H G....  1 00  Cooper, Ashley  10 00  Dewar, D J  5 00  Grady, J J  5 00  Hagen, Matt ,  5 00  Hagen, Anna  5 00  Hagen, Paul   10 00  Hanson, GA  5 00  Johnson, Aug  5 00  Moon, S    5 00  Penson, Mrs E  5 00  Ramotad, Nels  5 00  U.x-x.,.y..r.   ri, r   nA  A������rcuia������0>JC44P-l,    JL     it    VKJI  Rudd, Mrs J B     1 00  Uri, R    5 00  SIRDAR���������  Loasby, C M  5 00  Loasby, Mrs  5 00  /    McCabe, E  2 00  Rogers, T...  5 00  Ti-escbuick, M  25  Lee Yah .'��������� 1 00  Some portion of the public seems to  have the idea that payments should  be made at the Bank of Commerce.  This is not exactly correct, and matters will be simplified if payments are  direct to J. W. Hamilton, at tbe Fruit  Growers Union office.  iaiioTuning & Repairing  J. A. P. CROMPTON  Qualifled Piano Tuner  Eight years experience. Highest references. Single tuning, %.. Two  tunings a year, $7.  REGISTERED  UEE^^BEZY E������ULmL  FCR SERVICE  St. Owen's Count Oioiro 7106  W. V. JAOKSON,   ORESTON  If you are needing  Wit-mess Vkfm~is3i LssssS  ���������������*-  Ava-JSufii  b    a bus-  p.-oph*    had  t    .substantial  in    whir-h  i'so  interc-st'-d   was  a    fT.-iii.M  -. i  in uvdt-v.  fn addition to    being u.se-  t'nl for tin- fa.I!    fair,     Mr.     -Jackson  !'-,IJlf.''fJ  it  1,'tt. the hiiildin-j* oould  be utilized in   winter for    a skating |  , ... '  i rllr.        -iiii IM-I.lll I It-'   Mie     \i)\[\\tf   |ii.i-|u>-   '  at. any rate    would  very     much ap- i  ���������il-eciiilc. j  To hring tin-    matter    n--."-iilur]y '  before the    meeting     (icii.     JohliS'rli'  moved, seconded  by .la.*-.  < Jook, I Ii.i I, >  a grant of -SHi'lO lie    made    tin- ag  i ii'-ult.iinil .-iHvoeintioii.  Some i|u>-sil i  ontt wort'.- ank.-d us to  jimt wh.it disposal was to be in.vile of lln' nioiii-y,  and alter   .las.     Adlard had moved  ���������     ���������-���������".-]���������."'   :!    ;   ���������'  SVo'r   and     nobody     M'-.onding    his  .amendment, the vote was i.il'.i-n on  t   III'    I    I   I'l'."' I   II I.   ,1 I ���������! t 4,     | , ,, .1  , , ..,   ..,.,., I  :i 11 hou i/*h  a     niimb'-r     oi'.-mnl   i-olfd  neit.h'-r way.  With  this hit   of    Iaisiiii-ms   trans-  a.e.led   t.h. ��������� iii. -.-I 111 -,.-   ��������� ;,,...   |],i<.vVn    >vii|<-  -;     :;   ''..I     i     di   -  -,   ������������������...  !:       .I'   ���������':.<���������      !.*<<*    j   j  I  4 . 4    ,    i  I 4 ,.        4>|l       till ll.)!.1.. .III.!       I    | | 4 '       | I  I < ' < ' ! I       I  IU''       ||l|   ||   f       fi������'>-       r������>������- ��������� !.������,,..        4|..tJ        tl,. I        I  i-ha lima li ��������� n .���������/'"I'**'! '���������' I   that    in/- ll,i.    I _  Soldiers  Paid Subscribers  In order to giye contributors to the  Saldiers* Memorial Fund opportunity  to rect'if"-** an** erro*'s 'if such there be**  in connection with payments to this  caii.su the treasurer in this week publishing a list of those whohave already  p lid the amount guaranteed by them  for this work.  'nt.luding in the list are a few who  liiveniadt* donations since the complete list of contributors up to the end  of.I uly was published in last week's  paper. Amounts not previously acknowledged run to almost $-10, bringing the total now guaranteed up to  $1080.    Here are the payers to date:  CKKSTON  Brown, Mrs W K $  (\a������k, Tames ���������  Dodd, II A   Dnvle, A 11   Di-ilil, H,   Diignii, J ���������   Hiiperry, Alex   Downs. Mr and Mrs H..  Ferguson, Geo   Marv.-y, H W   II a yes. C F   Matrlield, S   .fohnston .f P       L.nnont.. If.   I.e.-irinonth, 1)   Mead. Mrs l>   Onist. i; <)  .Su'iiii-poii, .\   If   .1 S Ding   Miss G. E. Pottapd Miss M.B. Gird-  ler, who are making a tour of Canada  in the interests of the British Overseas Settlement Mission of London,  England, were Creston visitors on  Tuesday and Wednesday. They are  looking Canada over for locations for  many of the large ai-niv of Britain's  women war workers, more than a few  of whom have become adepts at farm  work, and are desirous of coming to  Canada on the land. The ladies were  shown over the Valley bv officers of  the board of trade, including a call at  the soldier settlement area at Canyon  City, wnere they interviewed Col. Lister, who is in charge.   On Wednesday  MlOTT    ll O ./"l    U,   x*~)f\V\'p0X'mt4\'r*.*-4  Institute officers.  now is the -time to buy  We have  iust  unloaded a car  of these at Creston  anpn Gify Lumber Company  LIMITED  i trans      i  .\TPhiec i  I  Sleighs and Cutters.      Team Sleighs  Single and Double Harness and Supplies  Several  Sets   of Second-Hand  Harness  Coal and Wood For Sale.  Kaslo hud a community sing at the  the Methodist church grounds on Sunday night. It id presumed lhe music  was superior to the bagpipes, as there  are no casualities reported   to date.  Ulll'l-  I.ong See  Long Ham  IB 00  .**> 00  10 00  5 00  1 00  2 (X)  10 00  15 00  10 00  1 00  no oo  r> oo  2 00  10 00  r> oo  2 00  5 00  r* oo  1 00  1 00  1 00  1 00  Is there any  Meat in  the  louse  This is the first question that presents itself  to the housewife if an  unexpected visitor drops  in for a meal. But why  worry ?  Shamrock Brand  Hams and Bacon  Finest  Quality  Cooked Ham  Lunch Meat  Bologna, <&c.  aro   always   to   be   had  here.    In meats nothing  quite equals 'Shamrock  products.  #& Sm M^GREJ-TH  Sirdar Ave.  Oreston  '-~x  ��������� "!!a5  ^P"    ^**P*������'^***r  IIpIB    -POP  ���������cm    U*MM      ***tk  ma*    ~.a  l\ TOU  ���������"���������**���������> N  rlflilO  <JKT TIIK  UKNT  .���������'.���������������������������lu-'/v*- .i^.-n.-y  (in- New Scale Williams .Pianos  and ('<iliitnliiii (Jnifon.'las.  Mimtu LihrGiry  I'lioni' mc.  gs*%������       ^t~i        prf't-fti (Tiftpr^psZi'dttt fi-\ t-x\pq  A recent shipment of the  above���������useful, economical  and long-wearing goods���������  ���������   ���������       contain      ���������    ���������  Plain and Fluted Kettles at .$4.50, 5-50  Double Boilers $2.75  Sauee Pans, with lids: $2.00, 2.25  London Kettles and lids $2.25  Preserving Kettles $3.75 to 0.25  13read or Cake Pans, oblong, each $3.00  Syrup Jugs $1.50  Percolators    'J.25  Large Mugs       75  Tea Strainers      25  Tndividmd Collapsible Cups       25  Pudding Pans 75, 85,' 1.00  Combination Sets of five pieces    4.50  KJjJfflJiJJjjjTftS!  H  i   w  i   j,**  man.  ^r~hv-l-i  (JiviiTFn  M>%H|f������MiMi-IPi l,!l'.iHII...!(^1!,H.Jl,Hf.-V**4������JI   , | .'Ulill  mm~*~~*im.\mt\00mS'ui0\t\'-*<0i~ml.m0mvm*m*4t,i  [\i^^--d,~*W-*^^  ~r.-^mi-.M.������a~*rHm-U������ "*������ li  w  ii  i  ~z\  J'  i .  }-.  \  &  -   4%  sb&h  at&~W1r'.r4tPM4imv-$t  .mmrnmtmmMMmmms^^m^  ���������m*riWi*h Wfti^J-'e^*!' '"  nmmi \sAMm-r*iimsyms^!ii^  "'"'-"-M-')%$$���������'.'., Z^~,i������,\*Z������������z^^;ZZ  mrnkT-m l>iM*plltH>*W-^������u'Mll'.illHi<JMp^  :HE  CBESVOK B3SVEEW  A  > ZZZ-  /  Fernie ia becoming artistocratic.  A cricket club has just been organized in the town.  0*50 young, old and middle aged  attended tbe Methodist annual picnic at Nelson last week.  Nelson, wants the ferry service  at that point made availiable up  till ten o'clock each evening.  Trail was very dry during June  and July. Each month had a rainfall of less than half an inch.  Nelson board.of trade is howling  ������at the C.P.R. to give a more effiic-  ient .and quicker freight service, *  Arrangements are about complete to operate a daily stage between Green-wood and Phoenix.  Boarders at the second class hotels have had theirjnoard bill raised  a matter of 25c. a day at Nelson.  The Humphrey ranch of 1100  acres at Wolf Creek, near Cranbrook is  reported sold for $2.5,000.  After long and careful consideration   Cranbrook   has   decided to  again this  ii&i\ e II.S   lioUSrj.    tan ia.ii  year.  From December to June Trail  and Rossland combined have  bought well over $10,000 of War  Savings Stamps.  Nelson complains that, on account of too little help the telephone service in that   city   is not  what it SiiOllld be.  Vernon    citizens   put   up   over  .$5000 for a big celebration on August 4th. Of this amougt four citizens alone accounted for $1000.  Owing to the limited train service Mondays, Wednesdays' and  Fridays are huckleberry picking  days in the hills around Kaslo these  times.  An assessment of   $10 and costs  was made by a   Grand Forks just  ice of the peace on Mrs.   Clarkston,  -for pointing   a   gun at   one of her  neighbors.  The town treasurer at Cranbrook is telling the citizens to pay  up or their property will be sold at  a tax sale to be held at the end of  September.  Grand Forks was unable to secure a citizen to take the job of  poundkeeper so the- work has been  thrust open the chief of police by  the council.  At Rossland the backers of the  public market want the council to  prohibit peddling on the streets by  the Chinese, otherwise the market  will be a failure.  Okan<agan G.W.V.A. branches  have about completed arrangements fort opening a number of  stores at points throughout the  Okanagan vaiiey.  The Courier says that 90.per  cent, of the natives of Nova Scotia  resident at Cranbrook have permanently discarded the red bandana handkerchief.  Jone & Doris, the Cranbrook contractors, have added an electric  floor scraper to their equipment,  which does as much work in a given time as five men.  GUARD  AGAINST  FIRE,  WHICH ROAD WILL YOU TAKE  ������d ^msmmznk  "*���������*���������*���������*���������*���������"  889'i*  Minimum price of arst-class land  reduced to $5 an acre: second-class to  52.50 an acre.  Pre-emption now confined to surveyed lands only.  Records will be granted covering only  land suitable for agricultural purposes  and which is non-tihnber land.  Partnership pre-emptions abolished,  but parties of not more than four may  arrange for adjacent pre-emptions  with joint residence, but each making  necessary improvements on respective  claims.  Pre-emptors must occupy claims for  Ave years and rrjaUs itaprov-enientw tc  value ������f ".lO'per acre, including clearing and cultivation of at least 5 acres,  before receiving Crown Grant.  Where pre-emptor in occupation not  less than 3 years, and has made proportionate improvements, he may, because of ill-health, or other cause, be  granted intermediate certificate of improvement and transfer his claim.  Records without permanent residence may be issued, provided applicant makes improvements to extent of  $300 per annum and records same each  year. Failure to make improvements  or record same will operate as for-  leiture. Title cannot be obtained in  less than 5 years, and improvements  of $10.00 per acre, including 5 acres  cleared nnd cultivated, and residence  of at least . years are required. ^  1 Pre-emptor holding Crown grant  may record another pre-emption, if he  requires land in conjunction with his  farm, without actual occupation, provided statutory improvements made  and residence maintained on Crown  granted land.  Unsurveyed areas, not exceeding 20  acres, may be leased ns homesites;  title to bo obtained after fulfllling residential and Improvement conditions.  Por grazing and Industrial purposes  areas exceeding 640 acres may be  ���������eased by ona person or company.  Mill, factory or industrial sites on  timber land not exceeding 40 acres  may bo purchased; conditions include  payment of stumpago.  Natural hay meadows Inaccessible  by existing roads may be purchased  conditional upon construction of a rond  to them. Rebato of one-half of cost of  road, not exceeding half of purchase  price, in made.  PRE-EMPTORS'      FREE       GRANTS  ACT.  '"���������'Tlie hoopo of this Act Is enlarged to  include All persona Joining and serving with His Majesty's Forces. Tho ���������  timo within which tho hairs or devisees  of a dctiomiod pro-omptor may apply  for title under this Act Is extended  from for ono year from thc death of  such person, ay formerly, until ono  year after tho conclusion of tho proiiont  war. This prlvlloR-o I.-* nlso made ic-  iroiu-llve. l^  No feus relating to pre-emptions aro  duo or payable by ("soldlorn on preemptions recorded after Juno 26. 1018.  'faxes aro remitted for live yearn.  Provision for return of moneys ac-  crii'ul, duo and boon paid since August  4, l'lll, on account of payments, foos  or taxes on soldiers' pre-emptions.  Intercut on agreements to purchase  town or city lots hold by members of  Allied Forces, or dependents, acqulrod  direct or Indirect, remitted from enlistment to March 81, 1920.  SUB-PURCHASERS   OF   CROWN  LAND9.  Provision made for Issuance of  Crown grants to sub-purchasers of  Crown l.aniln, acquii-liig rights from  purchasers who failed to cnmpleti-  piiichui'u, Involving forfeiture, on ful-  illlmont of conditions of purchatic, Interest and tuxes. Whom Mub-nurchiin-  eri'i do not claim whole of original par-  col, purchase price due nnd Istcci uiu>  bo    (ilstrlhutud    proporiloniiieiv    nvor  ..'...-l.       ....... . H'liiu .llUIII.',      lllli.sl      Uo  mado by May 1,  l!.!*,!.  uH/UliMCI.  Oraiting Ap-I, I'UO. for systematic  development of livestock Industry pro  vldoii for gi-avsliitf districts und rung--  admin 1st rat Ion under CuiuiuIh-iloner.  Anniinl griiKlng pornil!.! I,": in-.I |>it<i.-,i  .,.i uu.nl..-i-i i ,iii|;;iiI; ji'.l. rlt*i J..- .���������..liil)-  lllllll'll       OH'lli-re. .St'-rU   1UVI1.���������*.���������;���������       tn.iv  fui iii   Aiw.ii. l.il Linn   lor  r.iiinc   iii.iiiui-o-  nu'iil.    Free, or jiai-lliil.y I"**'?--,  |..i i.i .| -  ������'iu-   iip-i li<-i ii,   -..iUlpjirl ���������'.   "I    11 .i v.lii'i'  ,.,    IIHI     UPUII.  A bonus of $52.50 is paid at  Grand Forks to the motor car owner who arrives at tlie fire hall first  to pull one of the hose wagons in  case of aconflagration.  The old Clifton Hotel at Ross-  land can be had for public market  purposes free if those interested  will but pay three years of arrears  of taxes on the building.  About 20 tons bf cleaningsfroin  the floor of the convertor building  at the Greenwood smelter has been  shipped to Trail. It contained much  gold, silver and   copper.  ^.^ .,_-.. jr.. ,      ���������   .-,' ���������..���������>���������.-.-���������**���������"���������-���������'���������-���������      ~ '    ->-���������'���������**���������*"-'  ^'"���������oranorook dealers have not coal  for sale and don't knov*/ when any  of the black diamonds will be available. The Courier is urging residents to lay in a   stack of wood for  W-\.*rx   %\. -i ��������������������� I-*-\~- s���������*       ������������������"���������O^i  \JXX\-J       *T    *,l|L>ul     (3 UOC>  Owing to the smelter shutting  down and thus reducing the quantity of electric light used in Grand  Forks the company is going to raise  rates in order to make up for this  big loss of business.  Fernie had a big day of sports  on Dominion Day. Over Si 200 was  cleared on the doings, and this sum  will be spent in building a swimming tank and other permanent recreations for children.  The smelter people at Trail are  going to run-a small farm near the  big tbe big reduction works just to  demonstrate that it is not the-smoke  from the plant that is so destructive of grain and  hay crops.  At Phoenix quite arushing trade  is being done by second hand dealers in buying up the household  eifects of   the   residents   who   are  pulling out for Anyox. There is  some difficulty, however, in getting  cars to thip the stuff away in.  Bj^*m  Conform with the Fruit  Maries. Act.    Get them  ��������� from ���������  P.R. TRUSCOTT  CRESTON  B81S081 h WiilSOO  We wish to inform the people  of the district that we will be  pleased to figure on all kinds  of building and carpenter work.  Address:   Erickson. .B.C.  In onli-r to ,*oi>k<*tVp' moiHt-  iii-c to the hv.nl advuntiigp-laii.l  n������u*-.t be fall plough.'.., nnd tin*  il.-opr-T tho ..'-tier. Tint* work  laniidl tut n! l.t'inieii 1(������ Kio hood  t-ith.-r.  ("oiiiiiiciiciii'j- July Ifith I will  .>������* pic'iim-pl   to undci I Jilc<   the  l/ixi.-^ijiii-^ iti 4-piuuli in- l.ii'uc  trm-lf-i willi llic new ('Ji-vHiiii.,  l liictor.  Two furrow plough. All  work "loin- in lln- iml,*r it it*.  hooked. <Jlini'o-i'.s nuido known  nti ::pplii-.-.i i.-,r..  n iflBU as n _ ���������    tm m m> a tn  -rm  Floor coverings of all sorts  have been hard to procure for  some time past, with the better makes and grades scarcer  still. We are fortunate indeed  in being able to offer the well  known  Inlaid Linoleum  in the two-yard widths and  very attractive patterns at the  attractive price of $2.25 per  square yard, Nairn's is the  best-wearing floor covering  made, and it retains its color  just as well as it wears.  ELM  Worthy your inspection is  Foltol tho new sanitary floor  covering which we are offering at 00c. square yard in a  very attractive lot of patterns.  We havo this in all the  colors]] in the 45-inch width���������  a new line just opened whieh  :.h,..i!.l h.T.'e y.)\'.v *.-,ir.2''.1.L. ���������'  inspection.  -Axf ji*,m9mBrr .fl-""-"**.     0\gAf*m.-v?mB  "DIVEBSION AND USE.  Take notice that the Canyon Water  Users Association, whose address is  K-rickson, B.C., will apply for a license  to take and use.2.5 C.F.S. of water out  of Association' Creek, which Hows  westerly and drams into Goat River  on Lot 274. The water will be diyert-  ed from the stream at a point about a  quarter mile due east fiom S.E. corner  S.Q. i42. Bik. 812, and will be used for  irrigation and domestic purpose upon  the land described as Blk.j812 (northerly portion)���������see plan. This notice  was posted on the ground on the 9th  day of August, 1919. A copy of this  notice and an application pursuant  thereto and to the "Water Act, 1914,  will be filed in the office of the Water-  Recorder at Nelson. Objection to the  application may be filed with the said  "Water Recorder or with thc uomp-  troller of Water Rights, Parliament  Buildings, Victoria, B.C., within fifty  days after the first appearance of this  notice in a local newspaper.  For the Association:  JOHN WOOD (Pies.) Applicant.  A. D. POCHIN (Secy,), Agent.  The   date of the first publication  of  this notice is August 15, 1919.  WATEER A/OT/O.H'  DIVERSION AND USE  Take notice that I, Robert Lijslio  Thomas Galbraith, Indian Agent,  whose address is Fort Steele, B.C.,  will apply for a license to take and use  for irrigation purposes 25 Miners  inches of water out of China Cup  Creek, which rises in Block 24, S.T.L.  20562, running through the Lower  Kootenay Reserve, and about one and  a half miles south of the Indian yill-  .-ige. The water will be diverted from  the stream about 300 feet east of the  Reserve boundary, and will be used  for irrigation purposes on the Reserve.  This notice was posted on the ground  on the 14th day of June, 1919 and a  copy of this notice and an application  pursuant thereto and to thc Water  Act, 1914, will be filed hi the oliioe of  the Water Recorder at Nelson, B.C,  Objections to the application may be  filled with the Water Recorder or the  Comptroller of Water Rights. .Par  liament Buildings, Victoria, B. C,  within thirty doya after the appearance of this notice in a local newspaper. The date os the first publication of  this notice is August 8th, 1919.  R. L. T. GALBRAITH  Viidian  Agent.  Applicant.  White Leghorn Cockerals for  sale, from heavy laying strnin. Mrs. J.  Stinson,; Erickson.  The Consolidated Co. is going to  build a concentrator to handle  Rossland ores in that town if it  can get sufficient water. I? not it  will bc erected at Tail, and will  cost $400,000. The plant will handle 1500 tons a   day.  ROBT. LAMONT  NOTARY PUBLIC  INSURANCE   ���������     REAL. ESTATE  OEAL.ER IN COAL.  ORESTON   -   -   B.C.  V.4V-0 . . ,.  %/tl  IZX 4T, TVJT 0^7 17*-���������,.   irx..  tors for the  U act tnio b-  BiaooiSB  Shook Absorber  Put   on   for  $25  and  guaranteed   to   satisfy  and  not  to break���������or  money refunded.  If you want a car to work  for vou, bnv a Ford.  If you want to work to keep  up a ear, buy something  else.  Creston Auto & Supply  R.S.Btvan    COMPANY       Manager  Wlin -w��������� %m wyiiMi  mtmmmssmt^Mm^u-'-^mi-mrs. i-jtmiimt  li���������ua -trnxmrai-m.* "iiw-mmimuw  *--~mmd*mxm~m---mH-Ma-mmmH-mm  *nL3s ELiel!Bb-*w  ������������.r������ii'.i--. vm  xr V0XJ ,\XJ \t ,,  ������������-��������� (-Villi ������|  pjtJjEGSG! jfmgeuitgH!  SECURITY  A Savings .Bank: Account not  only provides an assurance for the  present, but guarantees you security  in the future.  To save is to succeed-���������-  I   ' I HE CANADIAN BANK.  OF COMMERCE  V      -7  0 "tbi 0~0~m~-mmi)  r*mr���������c$.���������m4~   t> .1        f*  \\ W   tx, tm., MIHMHap MMH       .-****-*��������� UM  .-mm- ���������������������������������������������.mm^������m.^tx,tx^aiiX tmt-.V'yXl.iigtl .:��������� ..i.f '.r.l*.*'*.V.:.'*V..('  *f .1i***W *l'!'f'l*|fWp-^ W'W'lpiMlWf syiHi W(* ftsss, "Mr! W 44441 '|f|^'^-4*|iyW-#ii(*rMrtr^(1iMi-| wwnp.iWiffipV*'! "WI*'!) W5W"*/*'' VI i*"fiJ"J! WW- "W*"'! CV f ^������'^fWWM'if'l' M W* ���������  mii~-4-44~i~t^i~-iiri*  0--0vW~i4\\~i~m^  pi^Mmm&riTmtym  ..������������������irr���������.��������� -p .,i0*...i.'..*-,tiir\07^i&w.7*,rrifrr,rr!.,tl00Ht?m*iVii4 mHmm..:'! ^,rt44,4,v;-4>.^t.s^^4.4^ri^]i^i^'f,i:i..i, ���������:,^;...^..M^^.^0i^.0^^xt 10xm110mMi4.-iuiM111m0iTmMt~410n00t1m110~.114H4m1m.1mt.1i  '" ���������A,)~^.ft0wmimmv^.iii*\mm,m^ :illW������WJ|a������W^Wlt  'M.!i*.������rt'--------*-aM.lM^  idttiiftUi-i l^Lffl     BEVIEW.     CRESTON,    ~\%    fit*  **%-  i of road in that Province.   A Government survey    of    the    Province,   has  established thc fact that there is little  stone  available  for   crushing    to    bc  used as macadam;  suitable  sand and  gravel   deposits   are   few   and  far   removed in   most  cases  from  where   it  would  bc  required in  road   construction.    On the other hand, Saskatchewan    has    now    ovcr 52,000 licensed  automobiles,  and thc number   is    increasing  every week, fully two-thirds  of which are owned by farmers.    The  Provincial  revenue   from  license  fees  totals from $750,000    to    onc million  doUars a year.    The situation in  Saskatchewan  is  proportionately  true  of  the other Western Provinces.  The automobile is no longer a lux-  The Iron Road In  The Wilderness  &. ��������� ry 4J.V1 ������������p-  and i  Canada, and  especially that  greater  and   new   Canada    comprised   -within  the  three   Prairie   Provinces     of     the  West, have   numerous    problems    to  work out in order    to    promote    the  development  of  our great natural  resources,   encourage  immigration  permanent  settlement    on     the    land,  ensure the prosperity and comfort of  the people, and attract visitors   from  all parts of the world.   To solve these  many problems will  require patience,  courage  and  capacity on  the part   of  Governments,  municipalities and people, as well as  large annual  expenditures of money.  It is important, therefore,    that    all  works inaugurated should, as    far    as  possible, bc of a permanent character,  well  planned,   scientifically   constructed, and  their upkeep    and    efficiency  maintained.   In  tins  article   it   is  not  the intention  to deal with more  than  one    of    these    many and  diversified  problems.   Some    people    may    think  thc creation  of good roads is not the  most  pressing  of  Western   problems.  but  few, if any, will deny its importance.  During thc past half century Canada has been busy building railways.  ���������an  enormous and burdensome  task  ury but a necessity, but  its value   to  the  farming  community  of  the West  depends largely on good  roads.    Thc  old-style  dirt  road will    not    suffice.  After a rain they are useless and the  automobile is tied up.'  In winter they  frequently  become  impassable."     Permanent roads would be. available rain  or shine,    while in winter,    with    our  comparatively light fall  of   fine,    dry  snow, the roads generally    would   be i  swept clean by the winds. !  Then there is the saving of time,  gasoline consumption, wear and tear-  which comes with good roads. The  problem of getting to market for supplies and repairs, and from the farm  to market with produce, is essentially  a farmer's problem. In many cases  bis   success  in   solving  it    determines  Example   of   Eastern   Conservatism  as Invaded  by   Occidental Ideas.  In laying thc last tic in its railway  link  connecting  Jerusalem  and  Sue?,  thc   British   Government    admittedly  has, of course, not exhausted the. possibilities  of obtaining speedy passage  over"this  historic  wilderness.     When  an aeroplane undertakes to soar from  Mecca to  the  isthmus,  as  will  inevitably soon be the case, the reckoning  in  days may well be    reduced    to    a  matter of hours;    yet    even the time  now    required ��������� approximately    five  days���������is shorter than was ever hoped  for in the days when   caravans alone  plied thc desert  fastnesses   of   Sinai.  There  is  another  example  of eastern  conservatism  as  invaded by  occidental  ideas���������a land  of  natural  barriers,  difficult to surmount in .the-twentieth  century as in thc time of Moses, has  awaited the latter-day Aryan and his  tamed  steed,  Steam,   before   yielding  to  the  demands  of  progress.  yiSjIS.l.saeiessieSaiasBisafliaS-jBssSBefS'.ip^  tr     i     m aa  1      f* **m4r ^)*iA   &GS, ������I0 _      ,Sx-J  BABY'S GREAT DANGER  DURING HOT WEATHER  he  -.mount of his year's    profits.    A  More little ones die during the hot  weather than at any other time of  thc year. . Diarrhoea, dyscntry, cholera infantum and stomach, troubles  come without warning, and when a  medicine   is    not    at    hand    to    give  large motor-tntck manufacturing con-  proniptly    lhe    short    delay   too   fre   t1''    qttcntly  means  that     the     child    has  passed, beyond aid.   Baby's Own Tab-  cern in the United States recently  made a series of tests to determine  just how much gasoline aud time  was wasted during a trip over unimproved highways. A two-ton truck  started under capacity load. It travc*-  lets should always bc kept in the  house where there arc young children. An occasional dose of the Tablets will prevent stomach and bowel  troubles, or if the trouble comes sud-  4*      ��������� ' r-i._1.1_i_  - ~  -        - ,       ..  . ������,,J denly the prompt use  of the Tablets  led ten miles���������about the  distance    to j^... ���������yrcUev������  u,c   baby     The    Tablets  town,"���������and back again.   It was  oyer j are so","j ^y nic(|/,cinc dealers    or    by  an average country road with dirt,  sand and gravel predominating. During this ten-mile trip, two gallons and  one-half pint of gasoline were consumed. But in covering the same J continuous performance  distance     over    hard-surfaced    roads,1 -  -   mail at 25c a box from Thc Dr. Williams'  Medicine  Co.,  Brockville, Ont.  With  some  men  swearing  off  is  \. ^Zm23 S  2������-.5������iew������������������ssiac9������e������t������'i������iMiieit'jtrt8������''-!*lswfl������  ������������������OR the Gillette owner* life is one long holiday  from stropping and honing. It is a round of  daily luxurious shaves. The shaving quality  of the hard-tempered, keen and lasting Gillette  Blade is a never failing source of satisfaction.  If ou, Who are planning a vacation, should inciuu-a  one pleasure you can enjoy twelve months each  year���������-buy a Gillette Safety Razor. Free your  holiday from strops and hones*  The new Kit Set���������ths Pocket Edition Gillette  Safety Razor���������in a limp leather roll case, complete  with twelve double-edged blades and a mirror,'  takes only  a  few inches of space in your kit  Remember how the Gillette was the choice of the  "%TdTT. ���������������������_!; *s*__*B_!*'rt  *****i  X \J~V   St. HA Xk*SC\Jt\ tX  soldiers of all ihe Allied armies.  Gillette to remove your open-air growth of beard.  THE PRICE IS $5.00  *" .-���������-- ���������   - ._  the motor required only   one   gallon  ...and one quart, a saving of almost a  "      ' , ���������-       t     ^."."Uallon.    It also took the  truck forty-  in  view  ot  thc  magnmccnt    strctv.���������**-���������-->  Minard's     Liniment     Cures     Garget  in Cows.  lC,s   two minutes longer to make thc trip  of  territory  that had to   be   covered, ^ unimproved road. i  with great barren spots like the north lhe mim-bcr  Ot  Superior    and     thc j  \    xr   .    x.    I     Multiply tbis saving by the nnmbei  population   to   bear   ihe   expense  nc i     ������������������-���������'������������������- -    _ -  <)C!of trips made during a season, and it  i it easv to  see how good  roads  rcgu-  It  bc.    sufficient    to    convert  sli.".'re  mountains  oi  British   Columbia to  bridged,   with   manv  and   i-rcat   rivers J **-   ���������-  to  he   M-anned.  and  with   bu:  a  small !latc  thc  farmer's    bank    balance.  anfl] ought    to  pro Ylue  Wvj-. I  I. LoK.da  ii.ii-ri   i'.  be CI1.    (,i:  I.':-**   i.-  \ \ -.; i -.  train-.*     *ot  l  is  not  to  there-ore  - ���������*���������   a  the     e-oiii pie tc  'the    discredit    of;  that   iu   this   Hoi**- j  1 i ""  i I every  *\\ estern   Canadian   into   au   enthusiastic  good  roads booster.  , i,., - i     Goodbve to  Asthma.���������Persons  suf-  ���������-*���������������������������������������������������������������;"'���������   TT\r      'forim?    from   ihat    extremely    trying  c_ood   road    luuldiu:.r ��������� -���������"*���������-    - .. .. _   1 ��������� ..-���������  fit   K  e oi oil!i'  ���������  a<i* ; '.'���������'  -���������.-A ad-.I  I   ivA-r.-'i.i  ���������,-.r-;   ', V.  trouble known as asthma know what  rountruS- .     lit is  to long with all their hearts  for  the autnmobil **" ���������-  !  escape  as   from  a  tyrant.     Never  do  n for both pas-, they know when an attack may come  ,.,,.,.,.;,.,.   1.1,PTl,K(S:;iiuJ   thev   know   that   to   struggle  \ui-  "  "*    Z   *     P Uided   is' vain.     Willi   Dr.   ].   D.   Kel-  ''  '���������*''' '-u''s' a   ''^������" [logg's Asthma Remedy at hand, how-  ������������������.ked  m   the  prim-; _.Ver,  they  can  say goodbye   to   their  !��������� on, and what was! enemy and enjoy life, again.     It helps  i   road  a   few  y- ars '-'*' once.  ���������;.i ���������'   :. ud-MTi   cc'iidi-  ���������    ���������....,'...���������,  stand   tio-- Diplomacy I  ������������������ ���������:".'--. therefori*-, '     Tins story is credited  to John   Bur-  ��������� :'   \\ i-stern   Canada j roughs:  '"The  (ierinans  arc  the  trick-  ���������.-i'y   :.::i\   ihe   '-\   iie-t   people,   in   the  world.    A   German  .:';'.i-"ilnr.ing   t!n- i at   a      dinner   party      took   in   a   lady  ..'���������nuaio'i'.t 1 whose  name lie didn't   catch.     I Hiring  lhe   fish   course   lie   saw   a   man   who  had   showed   him  up   thc   week before  in   a    ei'miked   business   deal,   and   he  ��������� n'.r, e.-.-d tn the lady, ferociously: '|~>oj  thai   man   to   the   left   of   the  Well,   if   there's   one   man  Women Work On Nets  Receive 50 Cents   for   Each   Box  Spread on Reel.  Portland,     Maine.    ���������    It      would  appear    that    every    line   of labor is  open  to women.   They arc now  seen  on the wharves in this city as gill-net  spoolers.   Each day, after   a    trip    to  thc fishing grounds, the gill-nets have  to bc  dried, and  these,  reels    arc     so  arranged    that     the    nets   lie   across  them  and are. wound up  similar to H  piece of thread on a spool,    in    fact,  they  arc  gigantic  spools.     One     reel  will  hold a great many  nets  and arc  ready for use again in 24 hours.    Women arc now doing this sort of work.  Many of them   are    wives    of    local  fishermen.    They receive 50 cents  for  each    box    of    gill-nets    which   they  spread    on     thc.    reel.    The.     women  average  from $4 to $*1.50 a day.  A beautiful complexion is the outward mark of  good biood and a healthy body. When the stomach,  liver and blood are in good order, the skin is clear and  lovely. Unsightly blotches, pimples, eruptions and  sallowness show the need of Beecham's Piiis to stimulate  and regulate the vital organs and improve the circulation.   Good health and better looks soon follow the use of  \m\\%^Wtmmxmm& ��������� mx^    M    H % ^ g  g        H       ^P  _ dnea a &ex  Sold everywfaors in Canad* nnd U. S. America.  In bozea. 25 cents.  .0Tum<tiir.mavtmmit.~miMt>tn mn miiim jjhi  No one. need endure tlio agony of  corns with llolloway's Corn Cure at  hand to remove them.  ��������� ll:  Rights Of Provinces  \ iii;  -���������I"'"'  il  !   haie,  it's  him.'  '  -aid  the  hide, he  mv  i i  O I      lirlll'"'  ii .-    I    dale  ,'   -aid  I n i 11.'  the  i"T4  m.  ?Zib  if tea or coffee disagrees  Three Important Test Caucs Are Before Privy Council.  London.    -���������    Three     petitions     for  leave   lo   appeal   invcdviii'r important  (|iiestions wh<;ther the company's nets  ins-   of   Manitoba.   Saskatchewan   and  On-  , lario are  intra vires of  thc provinces  (ierinan. | were before  tlie privy  council,  Before  Council   opened    llnii"   .nldi'i. ;-.Sp'Sp     T.ord    ,���������^ j llaldane  intimated  on   behalf  of    the  I pi ivy council that their lordships  were, ready to grant relieve and cx-  pi'i*psed (lie desire ihat all three appeals be consolidated and only one  set of arguments be heard. Counsel  prmnised   to arrange,  this.  Mean  Friend: Is her father the kind of al  i  man   who   would   pursue   you   if   you  eloped?  Jack l'oore: No, he's the kind of a  man who'd move so you couldn't find  him   when   you   came  hack.  TIGHT MONEY PINCHING MANY  Thousands more arc being squeezed by aching corns which can he cured quickly with Putnam's Corn Extractor. Being free from caustics,  Putnam's is painless. Used successfully for fifty years. Use no other,  25c at all dealers.  A Million Dollar  Farming Concrn  The   Noble   Foundation,   the   name  under which the concern  of which C.  S.     Noble,    the     celebrated     Alberta  wheat  grower,  is   the  head,   is  now  a  million   dollar  corporation,  its   capital  having  been   increased   from  $750,01.10  to this figure.    This company is farming     between      twenty     and     thirty  thousand acres in  So*utlu-rn    Alberta,  growing  all  kinds  of   grain,  and   this  year has about  twelve thousand acre**  in crop.  T������  I 1*1  <"v       as*-~~ ix*. H Wm. ��������� r  \X U:*f   MJI'(���������*:   vvcxy   ���������p.-mj-.o t.y   <ucj* vj������ u.iv  ~.0,.m.x.  dm\x~        ���������iSJ1'   4~-H~"   '*S~*m        m       J-tm miJtX. '������������������m-O'    -mXAr"   mmm        '*���������/������������������������  IS f I r. r- dr.     r-JZ   *Z\rv^ cm  l m~--~     V>'l *1"f  <\ distinct *^>?nn ux ne<*it.ii.  Not /.n ex^periment  11  I!  ���������**   r       T**     * *       T\..^! . .  i'NJO {{ZaiZyi.  ii* r'l'H.t;:  Ask tlve grocer  ��������� - .i  *-r-��������� i I  JJ69  ivini.ii d'.s   IjiiiiuicuL   Cui*-.;  lii^tciii".-*::".  harm  Loam- in Saskatchewan  I '.mi ii i i:,   in   Saskatchewan     located  "... .���������,!! ; ..-. ' ���������'.' (!"* pi'M>. ii"''- leo-e been  luain d $',.110,1100 by Ihe Saskatchewan   I ,iiiu   I ii.un.  Hoard since il stait-  ,"l    .;.��������� ; .4' i. ���������;.     in   tl: 1*   ��������� iiinine r  of   I'M 7.  t    ~ r. .7       r  \ ������������������������������������   ' in,or.     1;-, in ;\    111     I. <*\vK'    set I led  di.liiets    wlieie    ihr    liioilgar.e   eomp-  ��������� inii-.      a 1 <���������   :��������� .im limes      rehietaut      t"  -ii-.i'.i-   luaio,   liavi-   pa 1 tieipati'd.      The  '  ���������'  v   i|. 1 i , , d    f: ,,111    (he   hi.in:!   h,   be  l'"i-.   11  1 d   ii.i    In ( .il.in-;   kind,   1-1 i-iwling  I bi'ddii.e   , .md ..o'tii ing livesl oik.  W        N.       U.       i:������vs  Work On Stockyards  Alberta   Company   to   Spend   $300,000  on Yards at Calgary.  J. M. Cameron, president of llie  Albcrta Stockyards company, bar. announced that the company has start-  .-d iuii'i uv. ir..'iilr, in the yard", and  on the. erection of a modern office  building, and will spend this year between $..'50,000  .������������������hid $.100,000.  Th-,-. yard:: will to* .-���������"(.-,,,b-d an.I  new pens erected, and all the work  done will be  strictly  modern   and tip-  lo date.     The.   yard::     will     be     paved  ��������� ���������     < ti..  ...Iti .-.   4       4\     4      I. 4  j,, l      .'* '-��������������� ..1.4, 4    1.4 4'44,  put ion   of  tl.'*  yards   will  be   modernized aa  far as possible.  "Pat, hrre'r, the dollar 1 bnirowed  ,-.r v.* I-...,   w-.l^"  "Heda<1, Mike, I'd forgot all about  it."  "'    l.'i' >���������   ii-r       .     , ,.      , i|,'tl       .ii.ii |'|        vr      S.IV  Sleep is the great uoitrisher m infants, and withoul peaceful sleep (!!���������!  child will not thrive. This cannot h..  got if the infant be troubled with  worms. Miller's Worm Powders will  destroy worms and drive them front  the. system, and afterward*', the child's  rest will be undisturbed. The powders cannot injure the most delicate  baby, and there is nothing so effective  for v-.tfiriin. lhe health nl a worm-  worn  infant.  It is a good thing b'1" some people  that the necessities of life do not include, brain:..  O  U U li ��������������� I������������������    k IP 1        '   ��������� -    " "   ���������  ��������� ��������� '  .  I   4_,  opau*kiii)'>������loo'.urt ritrehed-wetliiif*;  -���������the trouble i:* due to weakness  of the internal or^anr.. My successful homr* treat men I will he found  j jielpful.    S'-ud  no money, hut  Wt'ilC   UIC    Un-iay.      Iviy     iiv.:.-.iiikcni.  ia equally  suci:es'.iul   foi   ..lUill-.*.,  i:\', 1:!il -:l v.'itlt tiviu:'*'v-r 'Ulln-ullies,.  [ m\~. ft SUMMHIS, 11^  V.   UinUsor.Uet. ~tm~~*mVim*~~*----m0TmWrWm-m^  TELE     HEVIEW,     CKESTON,     B.     a  /.  ���������MMMMMgl  **"l"*l4*P"',l!**!"'"''fl*^^  ^t~~"%JF V '*-**& AaAfiA%r������������������- ma*    -~mrm*x*~  Ottawa. ��������� Thc government has inal sellers in proportion to the  finally determined its policy in regard grades and quantities sold. The far-  to this year's wheat crop.    The   .main   racr will  thus  receive the best  world  features of the plan arc:  1. A board to buy and market thc  crop of 1919.  2. A cash payment on account to  be made to the farmer at the time  he sells his wheat.  3. Thc wheat crop of Canada to  be sold by the board at the prevailing  world prices, and the surplus proceeds, after expenses are deducted,  to be distributed to the original sellers of the wheat in proportion to  grade and quantity.  4. No speculation on exchanges of  profiteering by handlers of the wheat  crop of 1919 to thc disadvantage of  either producer or consumer.  5. A direct and immediate cash  sale by thc farmer and a speedy  movement of the crop along the  usual channels of transport.  The personnel of thc board will be  made known very shortly, as also  win the initial cash payment to he.  ���������made on account to the farmcr  the time of the sale of his wheat.  The official statement reads:  The peculiar conditions of  wheat market in Etiropc and the U.S.  where government agencies arc almost exclusively employed and where  government credits havc to be provided for the purchase of. wheat,  rendered it necessary to provide a  similar agency in Canada, or to run  thc risk of being faced with an absence of adequate cash, markets for  Canadian wheat and a speedy and  uniform movement of the same  A ~fi liMUV     ���������Lfin-'WH'*  New Br  ���������  1  %^n m v\ -ft w at ��������� r������ I r  at  ih.  price for his wheat in a cash payment  when thc wheat crop has been disposed of.  A complete system of record, under the provisions of the Canada  Grain act and the regulations made  thereunder will be kept which will  enable the board to determine with  accuracy and pay with certainty the  exact proportion of thc surplus due  to each original seller. The board will  sell wheat to thc millers and sell the  flour milled therefrom for export  while for the domestic consumption  thc sales will be made as usual and  the price will be restricted to a fixed  maximum of reasonable profit, allowing within that maximum competition  among  thc  millers  themselves.  The. grain exchanges will not give  facilities for thc buying and selling  of futures in wheat during the crop  season of 1919. The board will utilize, so far as available and necessary  .the existing facilities for the purchase, transport and handling of  wheat with a view- to distributing  as little as possible the existing and  ultimate methods of trade.  Thc government has been actuated  in its decision by thc desire to secure  for thc Canadian farmer the best  possible world price for his product  and at the same time, to ensure to  the home consumer that his flour  shall not cost more than is necessary  Considerable Damage Done to Buildings and Wire  Service by  Wind.  Frcderickton, N.B. ��������� Considerable  damage has been done by an electrical storm and wind, which swept  over New* Brunswick and reached  the proportions of a tornado.  In Carleton county, by Florencc-  ville and Ccntreville, eleven" barns  were razed by the tornado, while, at  East Florence, the warehouse of BJ  F. Smith and Company, Limited, a  building about 100 feet in length,  was smashed and blown to bits.  Fifteen or twenty trees in its path  were uprooted and telegraph, telephone and electric light poles were  blown over by the tornado, which  swept over a territory about a quarter of a mile in width and carried  everything before it.  ir. -> number of cases it is declared  that loaded hay wagons which had  been left standing in barns with the  doors open, were lifted bodily and  carried along by thc tornado. The  wagons being smashed and the hay  scattered about.  -O  gress is  I Gathering in London to Honor Great  ~     French General and Present  Sword.  London.   ���������    Marshal     Foch     was  given   a    most   enthusiastic  welcome  by the city of London when, accompanied    by    General    Wcygand    and  other  distinguished   French   generals,  he drove in  the  state carriage    from  by actual world prices,   such    action jthc Carlton hotel to thc Guildhall to  Say Treaty With France   Calls   On  U.S. to Step in Without Their  Consent.  Washington. ��������� Thc peace treaty  with Germany was discussed by President Wilson with four more Republican senators, all of them understood to be unwilling to accept the  League of Nations in its present  form.  .Both the senate and thc committee  had recessed over today .and many  senators went over for the first time,  the official text of thc treaty with  France, submitted for ratification by  President Wilson. Although most of  them reserved judgment, it became  apparent that the treaty's ratification  would be bitterly contested.  Two objections about which debate  is expected to centre are that the  treaty departs from the tradition of  no entangling alliances, and that it  violates the constitutional provision  that congress alone can declare w-ar.  Those who base their opposition on1  thc latter ground declare that by  promise to go to the. aid of France  immediately in case of an tmprovok-  ed attack on her from Germany, all  future congresses wouid be deprived  of their power to decide for war or  peace whenever the treaty terms  were invoked.  Paris. ��������� It is expected-in French  circles that the discussion of the Ger-  jmait peace treaty will open August  10 in the chamber of deputies and  will continue for three or four days.  There will then be a three or four-  day discussion  in  thc senate.  As Japan is supposed to have a  copy of the treaty by this time, and  the emperofs ratification is expected  at an early date, French officials are  of the opinion that the treaty will  become effective when the l-Tench  ratify it, about August 20. England  has already ratified thc treaty, and  thc signatures of only three great  powers are necessary to make it  effective.  Kace  Riots In Chicago  WSJjj*.  has also been made necessary in  order to secure thc early marketing  and    speedy   movement  of   Canada's  The   government,   after   very   care-   surplus wheat,  thus  making   it    pos-  ful enquii-y   and    consideration,    has J sible    for    the   farmer to realize    at  therefore decided to appoint a board  of experienced    men    invested    with  adequate powers to conduct the pur  chase and sale of the Canadian wheat  crop of 1919, both for export and  domestic purposes.  An additional cash payment by way  of advance will be made by the board  to the farmers for each bushel sold,  based on the price of No. 1 northern  at Fort William. At thc conclusion  of the season's sales, after the deduction of necessary expenses, the  total excess realized ovcr and above  the first payment made to the farmers will be divided among the orig-  oncc a substantial cash price for his  wheat, and ultimately the fullest  possible rcttirn of the balance of  price realized by thc season's sales.  Thc establishment of this board  does not interfere with the work of  the board of grain supervisors in  respect to that portion of the crop  of 1918 delivered by August 15. Their  powers and functions arc continued  in full force so far as that crop is  concerned. The new board will  have sole authority to deal with the  crop of 1919. and with that portion  of hc crop of 1918, which will bc undelivered by August 15.  Norway May Have Spitsbergen  Russia Is Willing That Spitzbergen  in Arctic Be Given to Neutrals.  Paris. ��������� Thc Russian political commission in Paris has advised the.  peace conference which is considering the. disposition ot* thc 'Spitzbergen  Archipelago, which lies in the Arctic  ocean between Franz Josef laud and  Greenland, that thc Russians arc.  willing lo have Spitzbergen given to  Norway. Thc belief is expressed by  the Russians, however, that it will  be necessary to have an International convention for the purpose of protecting thc rights of persons of various  nations  having  property  there.  To Save German Navy  Bulgarians Seek Easy Terms  Ready to be Salvaged from Deep Sea  Says British First Lord of  Admiralty.  London. ��������� Thc battleship, three  light cruisers and fifteen destroyers  of thc former German grand navy,  which were scuttled by their crews  at Scapa Flow in thc Orkney islands  on June 22, arc ready to be salvaged,  it was said in the. house of commons  by Walter Hume Long, first lord of  the admiralty.  Mr. Long said work was proceeding on three other destroyers, lie  said there was no intention of holding  a court of enquiry.  American  Record for Aerial Height.  Mineola. ��������� .Although failing io establish a world's altitude record, Roland Rohlf, civilian aviator,    flying   a  Cuiliss wasp bi plane, pet a new  American mark when, in an official  Plight iioiii IvOv-j.-pp^veli. I��������� tvhl. he reached a height of 30,700 feet, according*  to the figures on his barograph. The-  world's record is 33,136 feet, made by  Adjutant Casale, of the French army  in a flight from Villa Coublay last  June.  Peace Proposals Not Given Lenine.  T .'hev:'.!  P r *    .     .   -       t- ..  /\ i*.*!1.: I ti.-.n .~i    u j  U.S. Submarine and Two Men Lost.  New London, Conn. ��������� The U.S.  r.nhiuarinc G-2, which is listed as an  obsolete craft and used tor experimental work, sank with open hatches  in Long Island Sound, off Pleasure  *���������-"->������**> in W'-at'-rford Kav and two ol  its crew of eight were drowned. Thc  tilhci niciiibei.*. oi .he ������. u-,\, ..11 ol  which were from the submarine base  litre, were  rescued.  i.OIHIUll.  papers that Sir Phillip Kerr, secretary to Premier Lloyd George, had  given a memorandum of peace proposals for the Bolsheviki Premier  Lenine. to Wm. C. Bullitt, attached  to the United Stales peace delegation  were answered in the house of commons by Andrew Bonar Law, government leader,  with a denial.  Mr. Bonar Law said thai Mr. Lloyd  George did not know of Bullitt's  nii*,-*ioi. (n l'"up*si:> until Bullitt returned and he denied    that    thc    British  receive the honorary freedom of the  city. The streets were gaily decorated. General Foch was received  with loud and prolonged cheering  and thc playing of the Marseillaise  when he entered thc Guildhall, where  a large and distinguished company,  including Prince Arthur of Con-  naught, thc French ambassador,  Field Marshal Haig, Sir Henry Wilson, Right Hon. Winston Churchill,  Right Hon. Messrs. Long and  Barnes, and other members of the  government were  assembled.  Thc address conferring the freedom of the city described General  Foch as a heroic general, a model  for future generations of soldiers,  and paid tribute to his brilliant part  in the war, his stern sense of duty,  patriotism and supreme knowledge  of the science of war.  Acknowledging the freedom of thc  city and the. sword of honor, Marshal  Foch, speaking in French, paid a  great tribute to' thc valor of the  British soldiers," the skill of thc British generals, especially General Haig,  and also thc wonderful work of the  industrial classes of Britain in providing thc allies with abundant guns  and munitions.  Dealing with thc great German offensive of 1918, he remarked that thc  British armies, though very exhausted, fought as brilliant a rearguard  action as had ever been fought.  (Cheers.)  He paid eloquent tribute, to thc  magnificent: qualities of the British  and Dominion armies in the great  counter-attack aflcr August, 1918,  and said-that their dash and bravery  were unsurpassable. Thcy never stopped siii.iLpl'.ing thc Gei-uian war machine and would have gone through  to thc Meusc or the Rhine "but for  the  armbtice.   fLoml  cheers.)  Hope That the Way May Be  Made  Pleasant for Them.  Sofia, Bulgaria. ��������� An atmosphere  of uneasiness and uncertainty is discernible here with regard to the outcome of the mission in Paris of the  Bulgarian peace delegates. Bulgaria's  claims to the Dobrudja and her aspirations as to Macedonia arc still  to the fore in discussion of thc peace  terms, and despite the hints of  possible territorial losses, which have  caused concern and brought out  some bitter comment, there appears  to be a general hope that justice, as  it is viewed here, will be done Bulgaria in this respect, and that the  questions at issue will be determined independently of her participation in thc war on the* side opposed  to the allies.  Prominent spokesmen among thc  Bulgarians having given expression  of strong desires to see peace brought  about through the visit of thc mission to Paris, together with the hope,  as one of them said, that the terms  would bc "something that wc can  swallow." In these expressions both  Great Britain and thc United States  arc alluded to as friendly, but thc  belief in this friendship is varied with  Ice** certainty than previously. Utterances indicating dislike of tlie  French arc freely heard in the. capital,  which may bc explained as due lo the  presence, of French colonial troops  there.  State Troops   Established   a   Barred  Zone About Three Miles  C* .... r,~rx  LxtL^LxLXXVr.  Chicago. ��������� Ciiicago streets are being patrolled by soldiers called out  by Governor Lowden at thc request  of Mayor Thomj'son for thc protection of life and property threatened by the race war, which for some  days has terrorized the city.  Thc State troops established a bar-  r*:d zone about three miles square,  embracing most of the colored residential district on the southsidc. In  this zone they searched every person  whom they m*t for weapons. No one  could pass in or out without military  permission. The district exte.n'Ic-'i  roughly from 122nd Street to 55th  Street, north and, south, and from  Michigan boulevard to Wen worth,  avenue, east and west. This happened  when riots in the colored district itself had somewhat subsided, when  there was an alarm spread of disturbances outside. New York Central  railroad officials reported all their  trains  being fired  oh.  Adjutant General Dickson, after an  early evening trip through tlie threatened district, declared the situation  was ominous, and his view was shared by the mayor's secretary, who accompanied him.  Hundreds of negroes appealed for  protection. Incendiary attacks upon  negro homes increased through the  day and night. Negro leaders declared that many members of their race  faced starvation because drivers of  supply wagons feared to enter pome  parts of the black belt.  New Dominion Loan  premier  had given  Bullitt  memorandum.  any  mcli  ��������� i     ,y < ���������  can    .U  Irlluvv1''.  ll .IM  W.I V.  London Cheered Great Dirigible.  London. ��������� The giant British dirigible U-3-1, which landed at Pulham,  No ri oik, on July 13, alter making thc  Uvl,{ trail-, Atl.-'.ntic tV"risible flight,  lef 1. there for Fast Fortune, .Scotland, thc point from which it started  ���������for  the United Slates.  ���������i-i.-  *o -ji   .:r,.i..,i  ���������....,. -r A,,,i,���������,  ..i  n  low  -jlti'nd'"  dniine   tin--   trip,   and   w't,;  jffii   and   iliei n d   bv   (���������������������������i.itid   crowd*-  French Bond Sale  Amount of Issue in View Totals  $50,000,000.  Paris. ��������� Louis Klotz, the. minister  of finance, has just concluded an arrangement with a group of United  ���������States hankers headed by J. P. Morgan and company for the Bale in the  New York market of French treasury bonds at sixty and ninety days,  similar lo the British bond now on  the market.  fi'i.   r ~ 4.4  ,-,.., I r. C        l\\,, J.-.MA |������������ V..P.PI  at rr.--.rnt' totals $SO.000,000. Thc  United States treasury drp.uliiic.nl.  it. is said, was eonsulli.d regarding  the nrra.i-.-cm-.-nt and gave its conscnl  to  it.  Yorkshire Miners  Ignore Leaders  For thc Moment thc Deadlock Is  Complete.  London. ��������� Failure of the attempt  made at Leeds in a conference of coal  miners and their employers to end  lhe coal strike, which has been in'  progress f������-*r some time, caused surprise and disappointment. The leaders j  of thc miners refused lo    accent   the i  i  government's  formula    to    bring    an '  end to the controversy or to bc bound  by  the. aclion  of  thc   Miners'   federation declaring in favor of a return to  work.  Therefore, for thc moment, lhe  deadlock- is complete.*. No ariaui.e-  ment has been made for the resumption of (he eon ferener. .is f-it* ai ic  known and the. outlo<dc is regarded  as  serious.  Sir Thomas White Says Last Victory  Loan  Meant Sale  of Crops.  Ottawa.    ���������    Sir    Thomas     White  slates  that  since   .September last  credits     to    Great     Britain     aggiogaiug  $167,000,000    had    been    furnished by  the   government   for   the.   purchase   cf  last  year's wheat  crop.     In     addition  about   $25,000,000   had   been   supplied  , for   thc   purchase   of   other   foodstuffs  ami over ..,12,000,01)0 for timber,  It was last year's Victory loan  which enabled Canada to grant the  extension credits necessary for the  purchase of these products, upon  whose sale the prosperity of the entire Dominion, agricultural, industrial, commcT' i.il .on! financial. SO  largely depends. The success of the  Dominion loan this fall is regarded  as oi vital importance to Canada to  enable lur to meet demobilization  expenses and al*o to provide in part  the money iov the -..le of onr wheat  and other pr..ducts.  Germans Buying  Copper.  New   York.    -   Mod. rat--   ���������;'*..oui'.irs  of  refined  co-.*-.cr  !-:i\.-   Iv. - m     l.-o-.'.-^ht  for   German   mnnui...'tui iu>,   interests,  one   oi  the  h-.'d'-u-     selling     a.-'ii-'i-'s  here   ainiout.'*ed.   Shipments   have   al-  r.nd  are   i *���������. -,-<���������' et eil   to  ..'-���������I������������������] lions.     The   lin-  !it     cor.r.ecie.l    with  ready been ir.'.de  .I?-sumo   larger   jo  .-iiicial   a  the-   pui'  'Kiso   oi  .t.  in. t..l  v. ii  Lot  W.  N.  U.  127.  Loudon.          The     recent      Priti-h  victory loan scheme amounted to  Jl707,800,000, it was announce.1 in the  liou ���������'.-*��������� of commons by T. Austen  Chamberlain, chain*'* llor of the <\-  eheqiK'i. Tlii- <---..*���������".".!���������. :!-.- auu.".-.!  previously  anm nil:'' d   1-    .'.   ,,,'*'Uiiii'i ...  He!  ���������state  -piifi'i".  Won  \ i.  en  C ! i I'. .1,  senate  Get   Vote,  i,  I'..t i:u. d  !--  *. r ��������� i i -. < 11 ��������� t ������������������ i. t  the     id'.eral  he   ron*'-.itu-  .i i .ini- ii  t.  ���������mmm WWIIWjJ-l  THE  CBESTOH BEVIEW  f������  wr  Wlr s������%w-f%\ ������& si  V ������    T*mP> &&*% -~t~s - "  OTOCtB  M  ff  the small amount of baking powde  it takes to make a cake���������when she  compares the small cost of the baking powder with that of the other  materials used, -when she appreciates  the difference there is in flavor, texture and wholesomeness���������there is  only one decision and that is  ���������a"*-*"*"*--*.  c:  wm  Haying-on the fiats wiii start  un Monday, Aug. 25th, according to announcement made  yesterday by the Stockbreeders Association.  fray the cost, of erecting the new  main building. The building will be  available for skating rink purposes as  well.  Jas. IHingworth, who opened a sec**  ond hand store here a couple of months ago, has been forced out of business. The McPeak store, in which he  was located, has been sold and will  likely be moved to another site and  utilized for a new line of mercantile  trade.  'The Valley tomato crop commenced  moving east at the first of the week,  the R. J. Long and Littlejohn ranches  both having a crate out on Sunday.  Considering the dry season the crop  promises well, but it will hardly be  more than 50 per   cent, of   last year's  ^sjf *frv *-*2-  Made from Cream of Tartar derived from grapes  Contains No Ahraa--  ��������� a-eaves v.o .Diner a. ast<s  rx.xl-^.xt-  VJtX 4.L.U Ll.  the wc-rkers on at least one afternoon  if it ".*-.* decided to have an old time bee  to facilitate construction. In addition,  persuasive effort wiii be made to eu-  sur as large a turnout of male workers for the occasion as  is possible.  And in order to show still more tangible concern in the new main building the Institute members also deeid  ed to hold an afternoon fete, the entire proceeds of which will be applied  to the binding fund. Tha event will  most likely be an afternoon and evening affair, similar to those in vogue  for Bed Cross benefit up till this year,  with all the features and side lines of  making money. The date was not decided upon, but it will be before the  end os the month, and the committee  on refreshments in connection with it  was named to include Mesdames G.  Cartwright, Lidgate, Craigie and  Hayes.  During proceedings those present  put the finishing touches on the third  quilt for the new Nelson hospital, and  also manufactured 30 blocks to go into the fourth of these. The usual free  will offering amounted to $3.30, which  alw-iys goes to the  Red Cross Society.  Owing to bhe limited train service Mondays, Y/ednesdays and  Fridays are huckleberry picking  days in the hills around Kaslo these  times.  Pnr  Z^'AilrT^SfJi^^.-fJ^iVtr^f^rrfl  i.i.^-trm-niittr^iirt^tM'mii'itmmmmisaiaiefe  Local and Persona  C. B. Garland left on Wednesday on  a business trip to Nelson.  For Sale���������Jersey heifer calf, five  months old.    T. Mawson, Creston.  Ron. Lidgate, and Bert Arrowsmith  left on Tuesday on a business trip to  Lethbridge, Alta.  White Leghorn Cockeka"ls for  .sale, from heavy laying strain. Mrs. J.  Stinson. Erickson.  Horses "Poh Sax/e���������Hefvyy horses  for sale or trade for farm products.  C R. Paulson, Kitchener.  Gibx. Wa*NTE*d.���������For dining room  work. Good home, and highest wages.  Apply Creston Hotel, Creston.  Lost���������Woven hair saddle blanket���������  between Olson ranch and Goat river  bridge.    Reward.     C Olson, Creston.  *V*r*l������������ "\rt-T.    ...   1-    ~~.-CT       m-m-F      "pV     t \ T _.-. /-_ ������-_ <>   ������, t . |   T'0<*1 W    \~*  *~.  **** i ���������.*>���������        **    * i a \4~^mxm*x0   -arc    4.11. joiiii     ���������aat*-f*v. ���������<������     ������.' *������ v.  Litter part of the week, and will spend  a short holiday in Creston. the guest  of Mrs. Lidgate.  Mrs. and Miss F. Erickson of Cranbrook and Spokane, spent a couple of  ���������lays the latter part of the week with  Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Bennett  Miss Alice Heath is back in charge  of the cashier's' cage at the Bank of  Commerce, after a two weeks' holiday  with her parents at Invermere.  The Porthiil and Oreston-Erickson  h'w*h)!*1 U'-inm nij*-t here again on Sunday when the locals pulled out a victory hy a cricket  ���������is."  H. K. Oatway was a visitor at Spokane a couple of davs this week, going that far to meet Mrs. Oatway and  children, wno have returned from a  three week's holiday at Colfax, Wash.  S. G, Foreman, who recently dissolved partnership in tne garage business with W. B. Embree. is opening  out in the instrumental music line,  and is also using his Chevrolet car in  the auto livery business.  Ed. Ambrose, whom old-timer will  recall as living here about fifteen  years ago who is now in the Hour and  feed business at Pincher Creek, Alta.,  was renewing old acquaintainces here  part of the week.  The Women's Institute entertainment in aid of the fall fair building  fund will be at the home of Mrs. Geo.  Cartwright, on Wednesday.ai'ternoon-  and evening, August 27th. Full particulars next week.  Dr. Lille and wife of Blairmore, Alta.. were visitors here "last week with  Mr. and Mrs. Snerwood. AVehear the  doctor intends opening for practice in  Creston, visiting the town once a  month for that purpose.  SJ..X,.,-.  SUTx.i r-\x x   r,C    rr*   ,..*     .....ll   ).~,.....x-  XX.LLLV       VV   alj^llLr   Ol        J-lCtll.     Wdll     hlJll'PIJ  by many here as a fo'-mer M. P. P.,  when the Valley was in the Nelson  riding, is spending a couple of days in  town looking after some property interests he still has here.  Miss Rose Cherrington entertained  about fifteen of her girl friends at a  birthday party at. her home on Friday  night. "Various amusements were the  cor.- i.f some 24 to j orjt.i- ()f the evening, which was thoroughly enjoyable  throughout.  A party^composed of Messrs. D. S.  Tim mons, Frank Rose and W. K.  Brown are on a fishing trip near Kitchener. They have, kindly asked that  this notice be inserted so that they  will the more readily be able to dispose of their several-ton catch on  their return.  A. Anderson started work on  Wednesday on the erection of the new  main building at the fair grounds,  and operations will be rushed to have  the structure, available for the 1919  fall fair next month. It will be on  cement pillars, but it is not the intention to finish the work throughout  this year.  This week's homecomer in the soldier line is *)Pte. Stanley Hendren, who  got back from overseas yesterday. He  got into khaki the latter part of 1917  and was one of the army of occupation in Germany since the armistice was  signed. He arrived in his highland uniform and certainlv looks in the best  of health.  Parents and scholars alike will hear  with regret that Ales. Smith has tendered his resignation as teacher of  Division II. of the Creston school anfl  the trustees at a meeting on Friday  accepted the same. Mr. Smith has  been here for two years- during whieh  time he proved'himfeelf a'valuable citizen and a teacher of the first rank. He  will be specially missed by the boys,  he having always taken a keen interest in them in the line of boy scouts  work, -it which he had a troop of  25 rne������]bers.  Russell R. Walker of Victoria, B.C.,  publicity commissioner for the provincial agriculture qepartment,   is spending a couple of days here this week on  an official visit.   He saw the Erickson  and Canyon City sections on Wednesday, was at the soldier settlement yesterday,   and   this   morning   will pay  Wynndel a visife.   In addition to work  for the department he supplies reports  of his ti-ips to the coast papers, and his  call will  give the Valley much worthwhile publicity. Creston looks the best  to him of anything  he has seen in the  interior.  TENDERS FOR WOOD  Sealed tenders will be received by  theCreston School Board up tiii 6 p.m.  on Monday, August 25th for a supply  of (1) 75 cords of gi-een-cut fir and  fcamarac. and (2) 25 cords of dry sound  body fir and tamarac. Seperate bids to  be made on each item. Lowest or any  tender not necessarily accepted.  JAS. CHEK KINGTON. Secv.-Treas.,  Creston,  B.C.  WAT������R A/OT/OE  "DIVERSIUN AND USE  Take notice that K.= W. Smith (Free  Miners Certificate No- 14.643C), whose  address is Porth"'!. Idaho, will apply  for a license to take and use 15 second  cubic feet of water out of Priest River  which flows in a southerly direction  and drains into Munk Creek about 1 1  miles south. The water will he diverted  from the stream at a point about 40  yards from the Government trail  crossing, and next to the line, of timber limit No. 8443 on the west, and  will be used for mining power purpose  on the Government land dessribed as  Crown land between t-mber limit No.  8436. and S443.  This notice was posted on the  ground on the 1st day of August. 1919,  and a copy of this notice and an ap-  pFication pursuant thereto and to the  Water Act, 1914, will be filed in the  office of the. Water Recorder at Nelson, B.C. Objections to the application may be filled Avith the Water Recorder or the Comptroller of Water  Rights, Parliament Buildings, Victoria, B.C., within thirty days after appearance of this notice in a local news-  ^..~x,.~      .t-Sxr.   A., f ���������   rx~   Hx ,.   ������-..-������-.,.. UI :���������-. 1  - .. ~  |-f ������Pr^������P~ * .     JP. tlPr   P-PPP.1'0   P.P.     Lr������lP->    ....irj^.tUMUiPUIlrU  of this notice is August 15th, 1911).  K. W. SMITH, Applicant.  This hot weather particularly your digestion will appreciate -b little extra variety to the  daily menu,  For the most beneficial results it is essential that the  change should be at breakfast  thus allowing of the entire day  to edjoy the satisfaction of a  sane dietic diversion.  Among the several good  things we have tb offer we  believe nothing is quite as  appetizing as Marmalade, and  our customers  ten  -Ixrxt.  KjUit-  111  Qiinbiof  ftranftra  ��������� ���������uniniiia  iBI  W~~W1i0 ~~n  -**"��������� utiKr  335  J 81 ft  B*Bi nil iti  e i iigi  ���������    m  m\m u o  ������S~������  I I 0*\0-m-  we  have  the  breakfast "finish  to be had.  finest   ������  It comes in both the sweet  and bitter flavors, made the  home way with fresh, ripe  California Oranges, Grape  Fruit, Lemons and granulated  sugar���������and nothing else.  Our    COFFER   is    eonallv  _ ���������     _ _ ...._. ���������   ..-    . -x      _,  satisfactory,  while   in Breakfast Foods we have them all.  Better  Service  BROTHERS  Lower  Prices  New members are joining up with  Iii ani of Trade al every meeting*  L .ivi-i CfHi-laiid w ri.s t-iii-������>Jli-*d un Tuesday niu'hr. bringing   tlie    membership  VV. If, WhIt'ii*-<t������-7\ l-Vruii-'s police  mag:**,! rate, who i- ������n a holiday t rip  t-< point- west. ty.tri here over the  .vi'--k-'-!i.i, i lie (.'iii--' i.f Mr. and .Mrs.  W. K. Brown.  Mr*-. Hart <m nnd *-on, "Him," who  have heen    holidaying   with   (Yeston  f.���������!,.*)<(.,  fr,I   ;c   foil pie of  \v.���������(���������!.-:    p.l-t, left  on tiie    return    trip io    t.x-i.    home ar,  Vaneotiver on Friday l.i*4.  A parly of .il.mil t W i-n t y 1:11 izens,  mostly yonng folks, got uuay  Thursday lust in charge of Messrs,  <l.as. .Moore and Uoht. Stark, foi a  \\\-n weeks' camping outing at f'lilfii*.  i 'recW .  Carpenter*"- and painters are at work  oh the Auditorium this week getting  it in shape for the Peek in moving pie.  i.ure theatre which Floyd Hodgersand  S. (i. Koreiiuin expect to have in operation hy the end  of   the month.  The miners strike in the Past*, is being fr-It here even in thin heated spell.  Blacksmith Morrow has run out of  smilhing .'o.\>.l and has been fon-ed to  commandeer tlie supply of stove coal  which some citizens had over from  last  winter.  At thi- Augu.--.lr .session hut Friday  .'.I'i'-.Um Women':* Institute decided to  give n. garden l'ele to help raise funds  on for fall fair huilding purposeH, Committees were named to handle the affair, the date of which will lie announced   next week.  (ii'u, Seymour is lhe l.uyerofthe  Hm-nett I'M acre ranch at t 'oi n I 'rui-k  the ..ale of which Was reported a coup  i:  in  Iii-!- fia1r.il -A or!; in    that   -. ��������� ��������� e: i., i,.  The Ifaltli-ld   ti'ii-hef-hop    and pool  r.'i'MM i." repotted -,hld !oa    Mr.   J *i 1*1 < ���������<���������  I | "I'llli'l'l V   Ol      ti'i'.V      lii.lll'l,    , V llic: I ri.     al  I 111 ii i;'i |   i h e   ' i "Mr       i i .\  I.i ��������� r       ������������������   i ! i   i ��������� '   I    :   li- ���������  pos-ies  ii ai  for a    fi-vv     week*'  vet.  Ml-.      Jo*-:.       Wil'.OU  moved from   t lie   I "eid  i>. it. .->i,i.ple.*p, wno home wi'i'Kh ago  piu-ehaseil ihe Cart wright house on  Victoria Ave., and lias sinr-.e had it  ronsidera.>ly  unproved    and enlarged,  - ���������   ���������'���������" ���������  .'.p., ii.,.,     '. he    pi... i ,   ...tvili^  mo. eil    ni    from    I'"ricknon    I he hitter  p.u I. of    t he     week.  has    I In-i     week  .oil a-/c < .ri   Vic  ha:. ! ...i! i : ' < ! i ���������< I  >>ii      lc ;   , a ..   !.  ,..   . j  l.y Olvpo- i I e  lhc  I'alui'iliil   on    i.UH'ti.  lion  Mr.    A.  limit and  Mis.  II.  Ifov have  In', n  select eil a ���������,    I c.elie r-i     |or the two  li ' it ' ���������!���������  J'o. il::     ollie-     (   i '  st ��������� 'il    ,r| ii ri i| (or  the    .-ii-aiing    term.     ,\'o\.     Ihat    Vice  l"iineipal Smith has    i-cijgiieil ('ret.Ion  '���������'���������ill   hive   ,   J.i,mil     i,i",.      leaching ..lull'  ��������� ii   I Iii- |nili|ir     ichoi il.  At     !   I.' '       jr,   I.i,, 1    in.'.    I i|l/    I rl'    I  li"    {'\_|   ,|)  its'  I ic I i t ol c   on     Mil I 11 rd a v  u if hi   hy n  ' 11". 11 i r 11< n i        i.ne     .">|i|Pr*ii      v\,.s     OiHiiileil  tin-   .igiiMlltMlal    i-.'-ocia I ion   to   help lie-  Ladies to Assist  Finance Building  Although the decidedly hot weather and the absence of the member.*  on holidays kept the attendance down  to about forty the August session of,  Crenton Women's Institute ou Friday  afternoon was one of the most useful  of the year.  The proceedings throughout had a  decidedly local flavor. Tho twopaper.'-i  wen* on local topics. Mrs. Dow presented cue on Creston "Valley of yesterday dealing wit h tho incidents and  general development of the Valley for  the lust twenty years. Her sketch of  p-v-nits took up about twenty minutes  .������f I le. .i>;...ioi. ,..id u,,,. hi iiiip'ti_pi.-l y interesting and instructive throughout.  The paper by Mrs. Hayes dealt with  the Valley's expansion in various dir-  eet ion-: r.ince Mil!, good u::e being  made of (he annual board of trade llgures lo demonstrate the steady and  ��������� ulr-ilant i.il advance from year to year  , ��������� i  i i.  i. ���������      ��������� i i ��������� <.      i 'i ' . i.i. 4,      |. i i .11 ,i i . ,./. i,      .,;���������  ���������well   as   iiniing    the   development    in  ol her direct iniis-,  The lost it iiie showed   I.e.in interest  in every ang|c of   the    HMD fall fair. If  | having heeii intimated   thai volunteer  In ip p.iiiiju In- | ei 111 e.l |o||oi| in eoniicc  I mi p*. illt I lie eieeiioii oi tin new  main building I'neladie . decided to cooperate m the mind    work hy    pro\ id-  ini' lunch ami   ,,i|,������-i     ��������� el't ������������������������������������ hment ���������  for  Robin Hood Flour    Five Roses Flour  A.P. Standard Oats  Fruit Wraps  Apple Boxes Fruit Packages  Owing to lack of warehouse  room Hay  will not be stocked until the end of the  apple shipping season.  Oreston Fryi  LSMSTED  JL   XA'^mmd'**,'*-, JrL    ���������<> tUtJL -      JL      V^-*" JL Ik Ji-*  with a  Deiender Thief-Proof Ford Lock  I   i\(>\rtv   f\\iv   \\r\Tr    m*v\A    }i-*/t}0iv   i\\r>    rut a  covering the .switch.  t..  Defies the thief.  Cannot bo picked.  ti 1*3  KlCrAlh'N  Ol  (IRKASKS  :4i**"-  m  jm*m  ,,,__4__i_ __tt____miWiti'i*wi^v_i_(^-������ mmUHh: W,t������WWlWt  . ���������. in ��������� t tn >^������m ������Ui mj il I tU ^���������tfiitttl I ItHiiti llhri ^i f 11 >Mi������i III11 ^^i i mUji i fcWw fi ittn i h Ifal IHihMHlfiilrtimtttf il iA1^ h^ M1  tittiM-i'-lUM^

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