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 w  Vol.  YT  CRESTON, B.C., FRIDAY, AUGUST 29, 1919  tpT _       r������.������-p  Soldiers Like  Land at Crestoii  Victoria, Aug, 28.���������Splendid  progress is being made iu connection with the Provincial Government's plan for co-operative soldier  settlement, according to a statement made by Hon. E. D. Barrowv  minister of agriculture, this morning. The new settlement near Creston is rapid!'-* filling  up and seven  ty returned   soitsicrs   are   now en-  gaged therein land clearing. Gamp  Lister, named in honoa of Colonel  Fred Lister, C.M.G., D.S.O., M.0-,  superintendent in charge, is already a flourishing colony. Ten of  the veterans are settled in temporary homes and there are twenty  children in tho settlement.  A mess-house, seating sixty men,  is in use. This is being enlarged to  accommodate ninety. One large and  several small bunk-houses provide  sleeping quarters, while another  bunkrhouse will be completed this  week. The veterans already in the  camp have thirty-six children, and  Inspector F. G. Calvert is arranging for school accommodations for  the opening of the fall term.  According to plans outlined by  M. H. Nelems, chairman of the  Provincial Land Settlement Board,  the farms at Camp Lister "will average twenty acres in extent. Five  acres on each farm are being cleared and the total area included in the  project is 7000 acres iir extent. Part  of this acreage has already been  completely taken over, while the  balance will be secured   next year.  The veterans are paid $4 per day  wages for an eight-hour day. They  pay Si.20 per day for board and  themselves state that there are no  better fed workers in the province.  They have a new co-operative store  with prices lower than those of the  coast cities, and every assistance is  given them in bringing in their  families and household furniture.  The lands will bo utilized for  fruit growing and mixed farming.  Irrigation is not needed in the dis  trict, although better results are secured where irrigation has been undertaken.  have aay claim on early tomato shipping this year. They had a couple of  crates out' on July .28th, whereas the  Arthur North ranch had a shipment  almost a dozen crates as early as July  25tb.  ' Bob Skinner was a Creston caller between trains on Friday, and reports  an exciting couple of hours sojourn at*  the metropolis.  Mrs. Tuohey made the trip to Cran  brook-on Saturday to bring home the  two children, who had been holidaying there while Mr. and Mrs. Tuohey  were on a two weeks trip to coast  points.  The annual school meeting was hold  on Saturday night, with George Cam  presiding, and a fairly good turnout  pre.sent. Mr.   Cam   was elected to the  ������. * *-.-...���������Jt     ...ZxSx   *?.7     XI   rn..^.Ivprt-PT  oril  ui. uaicc; 4Utia.iu,   wivu   tt.  x-r.  x uyiiilj   fc.ei-  ected as secretary, and P.   Lombaido  ������ "VV. H. Morris is still on vacation,  which he is enjoying in the company  of his friend Leonard Burton. On his  tour he has had a look over the big  smelting works at Trail.  Mayor Daly is Quite the busiest mat!  in our city these days. Between his labor preparing the address of welcome  to ihe Prince of Wales, and conferences with Mayor Cameron of Cranbrook  as to the correct deportment on such  occasions, etc., Mr. Daly has little time  even to discuss the new Liberal leader  and the equally new party platform.  In framing the Fruit Marks  Act no provision was made that  makes it inoperative during dry  seasons.  The fact that during ordinory  seasons practically every apple  reaches marketable size appears  to be leading people to think that  everything grovvrs should be  shipped regardless'of size.  It will be most ���������'������������������.unfortunate if  some grower or growers have7 to  appear in court for an infringe-  me~rrt of the Act before we realize  that there are some apples in the  district this season that are not  going to grow out of the cull  class. /'���������  Leaving two or three pounds  of worthless stuff out of each  box will greatly increase the  value of the package and avoid  all risk of trouble without causing  Jtsaines was the scene   or a very pretty  wedding on Monday afternoon, when  their daughter (Mrs.) Mary Ross was  united in   marriage   with   Jam.es   A.  Crabbe of Trail,  Rey. J.   S.   Mahood  officiating, the happy event being witnessed by a small   company of friends  of the contracting parties. The couple  were unattended, the bride's costume  being of white voile,   and   carrying a  showo?   boquet   of   white   asters.    A  buffet luncheon   was   served after the  ceremony, Mr. and  Mrs. Crabbe leaving the following day  for their future  home at Trail.     The popularity of the  bride was splendidly evidenced in the  many   useful   presents   received,  and  the best wishes that are  extended for  long and happy wedded- life.  .1. Lawn Social  Will Nett $125  n ���������*.*��������� -pt-r     %-w*������-t. -fl-d-hltl c-> 1       . r\CS  fmt.iy       *JJC**JJ"V>L  X*~-j\      iVJ  4. I> Cm    cr r*r. nxr AW  *.lt**.t~. jmym    70.     . - .  ���������jBJ&ttXOiN JbRUIT GROWERS  UJS.1UN, Ltd.  Local and Personal  Up to yesterday morning 122 permits have been issued to cut h*%y on  the flats this vear. representing a^ot-  al tonnage of almost '2300 tons. The  applications to cut hay show the  whites tp be the owners of almost  2000 head of cattle, almost 400 horses,  and nearly 300  sheep.  Haying operations commenced on  the fiats on Monday morning. So far  the. weather has not been exactly ideal  J While   there   has   been no   rain   the  The lawn   social   given  at   the  home   of   Mrs.   Geo.    Cartwright,  Erickson, on Wednesday night by  Creston Women's   Institute was a  decided financial as   well   as social  success, the attendance from Erickson as well as Crestoii  being large,,  the crowd   from   Creston   having  easy access to the grounds due to a  free auto service, which   was available both ways afternoon   and evening, thanks to the    generosity   of  members of the   Auto   Association  wV>Q niaogri thsir cars at the ladies*  disposal for the   event.   There was  a good line of amusementsthrough-  out, while the recently re organized  Creston band supplied    music during the evening.   W. H.  Crawford  Mrs. Rice, wire of Lieut.   Rice, who I ,. e c  ,     ,  '   ..     was the winner or a pair   of ducks,  and Dr.  Henderson   captured   the  hich  ^auw^M ~fl,i~f-s7  r      ***"' "���������*���������"������������- ������������������ -       *-��������� Tf  Lrs. Guy Brow-el!, who  have at Nanton, Aita., for the past  few months, have returned to Canyon  and expect to remain  for the   winter.  is in charge of the surveying at the  soldier settlement area; left this week  to spend a holiday with friends at  Vancouver.  Messrs.   Ambrose   and   Wright   of   heavy pall of smoke   that   overhangs  -EBxT^Axf-x-tY*  Geo. Brown of Cranbrook is here iu  charge of the B. Si B. Crew in the absence on an eastern trip of Sid McCabe. Mrs. Brown accompanies him,  and is much taken with Sirdar as a  summer home.  Mr. Roy of Lhe yard engine crew is  spending a few days with his family nt  Cranbrook, his place being taken by  Mr.   Russell.  Mr. and Mi's. Heap of Lethbridge,  Alta., are visitors here for a few days  with the lnl.li-r's sister, Mi-h. ('ruiiily,  at the boarding housc. .  Miss Violet Chambers, .who haw been  at Proctor for some wseks. is a guest  of Mrs. Cum For a. few days, en route  t.o  Crnnhronk.  Mrs.     .loni'H     of     Kuskanook * wut������  ihrough on Saturday on .a trip t.o (Yes  Ion forth'!! Ii.-ty    permit     n-*������-<"***:iT-y he  fore haymaking   can    tie   started this  year.  M'n dar iiii-u-i'i'iiite.s a Sunday evening  service. Hev. .1. S. Mahood was hero  I'm- clan rli uu .Sunday night, and wan  favored with the largest, comegat ion  Sirdar has mi-cu in vears.  m.  of    Mii'lii-l.   who wit h ;������  lli'li'i-.--     ii.j.-p in ni   i gin-si  IV.      Ii'i lll'lli'il      Inillli-  l.jst  Alta., were yisitors  here this -week, with Morgan Hiong.  They are looking up Valley ranchers  in an effort to purchase a few carloads  of apples this   year.  R. Stewart got back on Wednesday  from a couple of-,d_iys bnsihessyisit.at  Nelson. ^  John Barraclough is enjoying the  high life at Creston for a couple of  weeks���������assisting at the butcher shop  wmie luaiinger %ii>uri50u is on vacation  Dr. Henderson had a hurried call  here about midnight, Wednesday, to  attend" Mrs. Matthews, who was taken  suddenly and seriously ill, but was  resting easier on  Thursday   morning.  School is due to re-open on Tuesday  but so far the trustees have not been  able to secure a man teacher to take  charge.  Haying operations occupy the attention of local ranchers these days.  A little of that blazing hot weather of  early August, would be, in part, welcome just, now to cure the hay more  rapidly.  Mr. and Mrs. Heap, who haye been  holidaying at Nelson, are back with  Mr. and Mrs. Simister, and will ve-  turn to Lethbridge the latter pari-of  the   week.  Guy Constable had his motor launch  in commission this week on a tow of  lumber down the Kootenay t.o a point  at Duck Creek. The building in- t.erial  will be used by Huscroft brothers who  have a hay-cutting contract with tho  ���������Stockbreeders Association on the  meadows*   there.  Mot-gnu Pease left last week for  Dunk Creek, where he has tackled the  job of thing the two boilers in the  Winlaw   mill.  the Valley is not giving the sun its  usual good chance to cure the hay as  rapidly as in other years.  Christ.Church congregation combined the annual Sunday school picnic  with a reception to the several newcomers to town who^Sta of Anglican  persuasion on Wednesday afternoon  last, at the spacious gronnd^<-at the  Chas Moore residence. A thoroughly  social afternoon was   spent by all.  T/he C*-eston-"Srickso*i*! bHse*r"*"T*l i<p--iT*i  was at Porthiil on Sunday for the  third of a series of matches -ind were  again victorious, this time by the  most exciting.score of the lot, 16 to 19.  The Porthiil team has been considerably strengthened and will possibly be  here on fair day for a match with the  locals.  Engineer Hodsdon, jwbo has been on  Congratulations   are  extended   Mr.  and Mrs. Plans   .nee   Jean   Smith), of  Clbbalil,   Alt:-.,   on   the   .-irriynl   of u  daughter on August 20th.  Tei'iiic, the young daughter of Mr.  and Mrs. Bohlee, met with a very  painfiij accident on Friday alteinoon  lust. While sitting in the rig which  was standing in the Since Smith or-  chii.rd. the horse suddenly bolted aud  in ll-. mad race Uirnugli the orchard  t In- girl win hurled from the buggy,  sustaining three   broken   hones of the  Mis:.  H.iriie  i-olipli  ot tin  of Mr  .   < i 1 1 III  Weil..  I������,i ic  U    I'll i:  the Creston-Arrow Creek irrigation  system survey for the past month, finished the work at, the end of the week,  returning to Nelson on Saturday. It is  expected a full report on  the   project,  UlLlllJilll^    Ullat    KIL      P-JPtPrPrPP.^ XI..X-      44U4.4.P      p.p.  an area of 2000 acres, will be available  before the first of the year.  Messrs Hendren and J. P. Johnston  have about completed the transfer of  the McPeak store from Rice Ave. to  its new location on the lot between the  Bank of Commerce and Sevan's garage. Considerable mystery surrounds  the purpose for which it is utili'/ed, as  well as to who are tho owners. So far  as we can learn a hardware and furniture store 'will be opened out in it as  soon as it is (Itted up   properly.  Word has just been received that  Alex. Smith, who was vice-principal  of the Cxeston school last term, has  just been selected to take charge of  West Vancouver public school, at. an  initial salary of $1(l()b u year. His host  of friends here congratulate him on  such an excellent appointment at such  a satisfactory stipend. He has disposed of hi:, hwiK.i.hnld i-nVi-tn here to Mr.  Coop, who neenpic.- his residence.  Another of the local veterans, accompanied by his oversells bride, returned lhc latter part of lhc week.  Tne couple are Megt. Stanley Watson  and wife. Sergt. Watson saw about  the hardest campaigning of all the  Valley soldiers, lia.viiig joined up in  November, Mill, and nuve foi- thc. lime  he Was oil' duty on   account of wounds  Land clearing on a large scale will  shortly be under way at the soldier  settlement. A qar of stumping powder  arrived at the siding for the Land  Settlement Board last week.  Residents will be pleased to hear  that Methodist Church services are to  be resumed here on Sunday afternoon  Sept. 7th, at the usual hour. It is al  most fiye months since worship was  conducted at Canyon.  A phone has just been installed at  the residence of A. D. Pochin, which  will expedite matters in connection  with the auto livery business he is  now into. j  C. Blair recruited his haying crew  thelattet part of the week and is now  busy at cutting operations at the Reclamation Farm. Mrs. Blair will join  him in a few days.  The local telephone line is now extended over to Camp Lister, where  we understand three telephones are  being installed at different points of  operation.-  With quite heavy incoming freight  shipments for the soldier work and a  heavy export of lumber from the mill,  the need of a resident station agent at  Canyon is becoming more and more  urgent. Both the government and the  company are pushing the matter with  the C.P.R. and the locating of a permanent station master may be looked  for very shortly.  pair of  chickens,   both ^of '  were raffled during the night, netting the irstitute in   the   neighborhood of $40.   In addition to throwing the grounds   open    the   house  was also available   for   dancing, a/  feature, of   the   affair   which    the  young people thoroughly appreciated.   After paying   all expenses it is  expected that at least   $125 will be  left, and the total net proceeds will  be turned over to the building fund  of the fall fair association. No better spot in the Vaiiey could befound  for a function of   this   nature, and  the   generosity   of   Mr. and   Mrs.  Cartwright in allowing   the   use of  the house and grounds, to say nothing of the work the   social imposed  on them at this busy season, is fully  appreciated by all.  Erickson  A Noted Visitor  Rev. R. G. Mac Beth of St Paul's  Presbyterian Church, Vancouver, was  a visitor to" Creston on Friday last,  and was shown ovor the Valley by  auto by board of trade members covering the territory from Canyon to  Wynndel. Mr. MacBeth is widely  known, not only as a. preacher and  lecturer, but as a writer of books, and  for the prosis. He has been all his life  closely ident.illed with the West, and  his latest book, "The Romance of  Western Canada," being a first-hand  history of the West, from the earliest  days to the present, is looked ujion by  educationalist.) anil others as the best  book published   on   tin*   subject.    Mr.  H. Brownrigg has been admitted to  the select circle of auto ownets in the  Erickson district. Kis car is a Ford,  which he brought in from Cranbrook  a few days   ago.  Mrs. E. Cartwright spent a few-days  with Cranbrook friends the fore part  of the  week.  The union Sundav school had their  first annual picnic at the bathing .  beach at bridge on Wednesday of last,  week. There was a good turnout s������i"  both scholars and parents, and a most  enjoyable time was had.  Truscott Bros, last week unloaded  the grading machine that they are  using this year in their apple packing  operations. So far they-haye contracted to handle the output, of a number  of oichards in this section.  The surplus of apples at the Attwood ranch will not go to waste this  ^t'.'ir, Mr. Alt wno.I having last week  purchased a cider making machine  that will readily turn them into a high  grade thirst quencher.  A. Pensuii has this   week had the  1--  telephone installed in hi*  the ranch   here.  residence at  Mrs.   Botl'ey,    who  has   heen rather  seriously   sick   since ibe  early part of  MacBeth bas generally   employed his   the month, is   now on the highway to  church yaciUions in travel and writ-I  ing on various pait.s of ihe count ;* v. .  About three years ago he travelled >  through the Peace River country and i  wrote a booklet on tin- subject which;  v.'..i. dLti ibviti-il   throughon.  f h<- couu-  her   formci  ill... lly    4.4   4.  -llll,  and  :u:il.  will  good    he  i.-'d a,."-.;:  .1. M. Craigie last week closed the  deal for the purchase often acres of  what is known as the old on-hard mi  the I hiperry ranch,   in .nuiiii.'ii lo in-  right arm, as well as being badly cut ; he was in the lighting Well into ltllH.  ��������� u.oi.i lhe '.������>��������������� ..nd ...lal.rn internally | They are with his pi.rent.n, Mr. and  When picked np her body seemed life- ; Mrs. W. S. Watson, and Will probably  le.-- . In- Henderson was immediately | make their permanent, home in Cm:  summoned and at present,   the patient    ton.  ���������.      ...Pin i ll.r      ,1,,,,,,     ,,..      ,v,.|"     ���������,.      ,-,|,||,|    *,!,.    ,-,.    ,  try and attracted inanv sett lei-s.     11 us i .       ... , ,      .      ,.  *"���������*��������� '"���������'** - . ilai-gmglus  apple   production I In- area  present four is to gather mat erial for a ,     .,, ..     ' ... ,  .. i    ��������������������������� ? .I  ,      i- i- ,i   will provide Inm  with   an n-l ranee I o  booklet on   llriti:,li Columbia .-im a held - ������ . ,  ,       ,        T, , ,     his place Inmi ooth   r<>el*-.  I. I i    t U. l  .��������� 11   i i I -' I    . ' . I   I . I ' ���������    ready been onh-d hy thousands for dlfi-'     The lawn party a I the grounds of ('.  1,1-ibiitioii on'fhiii continent and oyer- .Cartwright >m W> -din .--lay wight  Mr. Mncl'cth   was a   lawyer bc- ; again deiuote-t i itle.l   that    l-.nrksi.nis  the spot foi iti.iii s of thai sort. The  eilleil Hiniltelit w.i-. oiuli-r \\ uim-ii,:  I;,.'. :*. ���������.:*���������      ...   ..:     ���������'..-    il...    I...H...U (,l  ���������he fal! f '.*. ''.vi -'"-������������������ictcd a Vi'lV  111 -ge <1 on ii,   1 he     gl":-    illlal-i-     being  jiliou)    I hire days late tp������    pectril.  The   home of    Mi.    und    .Mis.    Thos  seas.  fore entering the   ministry   aud when  a ut udent saw active   service   as a soldier.   Horn ami inoiigiii. u-i   >���������>. ������������������ .......  lie known hy experience mid ti.iVelltlp-  lieeds of the sel I li'i-s. and lie writes independently lor linn- gum.n ,  . *i*4"t**%i'l'^������r^  ���������piiiwwiN-t-ww.^  hhUfrtfhlnlliftftttar ftnw mirf    r������-~.-.....-^Mia���������^Mi.li^fc __i_yi.*.  I," ���������WI" I "*������'���������[ "till "-IV"!.)-"-"*!) j tS^mm^mjmvymffm^^mmm^mi  ^...s&~mm--m  . "*********''*p'***'"**���������^W'B^r!ffl^*flf*^fl|r'OT^  Wlffli*H!a*^'littM'p4������ Wmtim^VWiiiU-ii*  mf^^tf0rnfm i^-'niji-'-i-"r-WP;  "���������������������������"U'M"""."^  r-|M"ii   a .   -     -   ���������  m  ii*.-  ii-.*i'.-  Iff-  AA.  bis*.  il  .U ���������  It  t:l -l  PA  mi  fi-*,  m  m  m  If'-i  1  If  ���������*���������--  hi  II.I  1  SBtB     REVIEW,     CRESTO*.     &     flj|  Contairvs no al\im  Gentian  Trade  Disappointing  We -unhesitatingly recommend Magic Baking  Powder  as being the  best and purest baking  powder    possible    to  produce.     It  possesses  elements   ������f  food thai  have to do the building  \ip of brain and nerve  ���������matter and is absolutely  free from alum or  other injurious  substitutes.  Climes**} Boycott  Japanese Goods  Unsafe    To    Dispatch    Merchandise  Without Payment in Cash.  London. ��������� The wireless press Copenhagen correspondent writes that  great hopes have been entertained in  many quarters in Denmark since the  armistice of a new period of enrichment through thc resumption of trade  with Germany, but that it is becoming evident that these hopes must bc  disappointing.  It is now realized that owing to  Germany's critical financial position,  it is highly unsafe to dispatch large  quantities of merchandise to that  country without payment in cash, and  as this condition is rarely complied  with very little business is being  done. Meanwhile great satisfaction  is expressed in Danish newspapers  with thc reported intention to establish a French Chamber of Commerce  at Copenhagen.  Lord Grey Likely.  London. ��������� Viscount Grey of Fal-  lodcn, who retired as head, of thc  British foreign office in 1916, it is  understood, is likely to accept the  post of British ambassador to the  United  States.  Minard's Liniment Cures Diphtheria  Montreal As A Fort  Evidently   Giving   japan   Cause   For  Pretty Serious Thought.  One  of the very  interesting things  happening just  now   in   the   world   is  the   indignant   boycott   of   Japanese  goods by the Chinese people, a form  of  protest  which   is   evidently   giving  Japan     cause     for     pretty     serious  thought.    So long as  the  wisdom  of  China  maintains   a   peaceful  boycott  there  is, seemingly, little that Japan  can do but meditate on the fact that  about 75 per cent, of her exports go  normally to  China, and wonder  how  long China will stick.   Meantime thc  Chinese     newspapers      counsel      the  public against any   action    that    can  bc construed as a departure from this  peaceful procedure, and in  nearly all  the advertisements of Chinese merchants appears thc phrase, "We sell no  Japanese goods."   A peaceful boycott  might be called a cautious kind of revolution, and, as once said Confucius,  "The cautious seldom err."���������Christian  Science Monitor.  ..������..������..���������������.���������..������  Laugh When People  Step On Your Feet  Try  tnia    yourseif    then  It  along to  others.  It works!  pcioc.  Ouch !?!?!! This kind of rough  talk will bc heard less here in town if  people troubled with corns will follow  the simple advice of this Cincinnati  authority, who claims that a few drops  of a drug called freezone when applied  to a tender, aching corn stops soreness at once, avid soon the corn dries  up and iifts right out without pain.  He says freezone is an ether compound which dries immediately and  never inflames or even irritates the  surrounding tissue or skin. A quarter  of an ounce of freezone will cost very  little at any drug store, but is sufficient to remove every hard or soft  corn or callus from one's feet. Millions of American women will welcome this announcement since the inauguration of thc high heels.  Handles Ocean Traffic Greater Than  Any American City Except  New York.  It may surprise some readers to  learn that for the seven months or  so during which it is open the port  of Montreal hanolies ocean traffic  greater- thau that of any American  city except New York. Its tonnage  is also steadily increasing and better  methods of ice breaking have extended its season. It has strategic advantages similar to. our own in being  a railroad terminus and central distributing point for trade converging  from a vast territory.  And Canada is alive to its great  importance. The Dominion government co-operates liberally with local  enterprise. Recently $28,000,000 has  been spent or. terminals, dredging,  docks and other things necessary to  security. The department of marine  is at work deepening the St. Lawrence to thirty-five feet to the sea,  and the channel should be complete  in a short time.  They  not   only   talk  about    things,  Nothing Like it  o  Pnr  Rrnnrhitic  B   VI       L/l UIIVUUIU  And Weak Throat  Remarkable    Cures    in    the    Worst  Cases Reported Daily.  Cures Without Using Drugs.  It's Sunday morning���������blazing hot, and pretty near  a whole day before you ior rest and recreation.  First, then���������a shave." Whether you are going for a  spin in the car, taking the family to church or visiting  a neighbours you cannot go with a. day's growth ol  beard on your chin,.  The thought ol shaving won't be irksome if you own  a Gillette Safety Razor���������rather, you think of five  minutes' coo! comfort with the highest type o|  shaving edge ever developed.** No man in the world  can command a keener blade than the one you slip  into your Gillette.  And if Gillette shaving gives you an added Joy to  your Sunday ,why not take ni?e minutes every morning  Ior a clean shave as the start for a better day's wor1  cw*  for $5.00���������the price of ths Gillette Safety Razor���������you have  your choice of the Standard Gillette sets, the Pocket Edition  sets (just as perfect* but mora comoact), and tho Bulldog  Gillette with the stocky grin. Ask to see them TODAY at the  Jewellers', druggists* or hardwiur-s dealers.  octors   now  advocate  an   entirely  new  method   for   treating- bronchitis ;  and irritable  throat.   Stomach  dosing"  is no longer necessary.  The most approved treatment consists of a healing- vapor resembling  the pure air of the Adii-ondacks.  This soothing vapor is full of .germ-  destroying substances, and at the  same time is a powerful healing  agent. It is sent to the bronchial  tubes and lungs through a skillfully  devised inhaler that can be carried in  the vest pocket. Simplicity itself is  the keynote of this splendid treatment.  CATARRHOZONE is the name  of this wonderful invention that is  daily curing  chronic  cases   of   weak  1  I  'KNOt**-  UJOfa������ OVER;  530  Sonic women marry for love, some  for  a  home  and a   few    to  other   woman.  SpitC     liIC  Heal Ui  child   that   is  caii**(.-  worms  invj   interna*  develop!iu-n i  ii'---*s.    Miller'  v.. 'I r i; i.������-.   ami   ;  ac.lii.Mi   -J i,.!'.  MitT.-r.-i-s   :rr  ii.-ss. al!  *.,<*  11 *    ':������������������":..  cannot bc looked for in the  sub'  CO!  1.  ,orms,    be-  -.->*!���������!'.   *K������  m   ���������---,  .v.- crcat-  throat, bronchitis and catarrh.  Every  hut do them,"and do them well,   Itfis hv.Gtfth through the inhaler   is   laden  .      . with    soothing,     healing    substances  another example for our congress  men to ponder, as well as an incitement to our own activity.���������New York  Sun.  Wireless to Bermuda.  Ottawa. ��������� The department of the  naval service announces the inauguration of a commercial wireless service between Canada and Bermuda.  It  lias been   established  between  thc  Canadian   radio   telegraph   station   at  Barrington   Passage,  N.S.,    and    the  disturbances that retard  and cause serious weak-  ���������*. Worm Powders expel.  ic so beneficial in their j British government station at Bcr-  ::e systems of thc little j muda, and is open for public service.  "���������stored     to    healthful- i  Proverbs   are  but   the   offspring   of  p.li*������p--i.'iiifori *���������  ���������������������������-tion   are  i  '. I vv  .1    1.*  and dangers '  removed,   and  ---'���������red.  g, neaung substances  that destroy all diseased conditions  in the breathing organs, it can't fail  to cure because it goes where the  trouble really exists, and doesn't attempt to cure an illness in the head  or throat by means of medicine taken  into the stomach. Catarrhozone is a  direct breathable scientific  cure.  There is no sufferer from a grippy  cold or any winter ill, that won't  find a cure in Catarrhozone, which is  employed by physicians, ministers,  lawyers and public men throughout  many foreign lands. Large size lasts  two months and cost $1.00 and is  guaranteed; small size 50c, sample  size 25c, all storekeepers and druggists, or the Catarrhozone Co.,  Kingston,  Canada.  War Saving Stamps  Are Selling Well  All That Is Necessary.  practical   experience.  ���������) i  in  H.i,h  fallen ,-i0 per  ni ean buy a  *.'<*.   the  money  it", il make  * relief in  Hi'ii   Cure  Mothers ean easily know when  their children arc troubled _ with  worms, and they lose ho time in applying thc best of remedies���������Mother  Craves'   Worm   Kxterminator.  Poverty is uo disgrace, but it's a  mighty good excuse for heading off  a borrower.  If a man  is  your friend he  doesn't  have to  tell you so.  Campaign In Canada Is Progressing  Most Favorably.  That the War Savings Stamp Campaign in Canada is progressing most  favorably is shown by comparing the  per capita sales for the month of  May, against those for the same  period in the United States. In Canada during the month of May the  per capita sales amounted to .054  while in the United States they  were .06.  Considering that in the United  States thc War Savings Stamp Campaign commenced one year in advance of the campaign in Canada  and that our American cousins had  the stimulus of war propaganda for  about a year to introduce the Thrift  Stamps, the comparison is very  favorable to this country.  Shah Gets Out of Persia.  Paris. ��������� The Shah of Persia with  a suite of twenty, will leave Teheran  for Switzerland, it is learned here.  Forouz Kahn has been appointed  minister of foreign affairs of Persia,  succeeding Mochaffer El Mulk, who  has been named minister at "Rome.  '.!���������*   i.iiji-.r-  S      pei-.pie  ��������� ������������������ <\-i\ i,n  are inoe-  ' nppiv .-il  ' ���������!'" I en i*-  ;\i.  General Byng  for Canada I  Now ihat the Duke of Devonshire's  'enure, of (.fliee as Governor-General  i.f Canada is coining lo a close, Canadians are turning their thoughts to  ilx.: s<-le.*tii,n nl" a successor. There, is  a urn wi nt. feeling, 1 hear, that the  I'h'.ie.-: should fall on General Sir  Julian I'yng, who as Commander of  the Canadian Corps endeared himself  in ...I ''..;..jdi.p-...-'. -T.-VMl'.n Fvciiin-r  Si.an da nl.  MURDERED.  Minard's Liniment Cures Colds, Etc.  To Him Who Waits.  Stranger: Can 1 get a drink in this  Put right out of business, a whole  family of corns by Putnam's Corn  Ks tractor, which cures corns and  warts in one day. No pain or sore  if ''Putnam'.;" is ur.ed. Refuse substitutes, 25c. per bottle at all dealers.  town?  Native:  a while.  Stranger:  ���������Native:  changes    the    Constitution    again.  Yes,   if  you  hang   around  About how long?  Why,      until      Congress  SUMMER HEAT  HARD ON BABY  No  season  of the year is  so dangerous to the life of little ones as is  the    summer.    The    excessive    heat  throws the little stomach out of ord*er  so  quickly that unless prompt aid is  at hand the. baby may be beyond all  human help before  the mother  realizes be is ill.    Summer is the season  when     diarrhoea,     cholera   infantum,  dysentry  and  colic  arc  most  prevalent.   Any  one  of these  troubles  may  prove deadly if not promptly treated.  During the summer the mother's best  friend is Baby's Own  Tablets.    Thcy  regulate    the    bowels,    sweeten    the  stomach and keep baby healthy. The  Tablets are sold by medicine dealers  or by mail at 25 cents a   box    from  The    Dr.    Williams'    Medicine    Co.,  Brockville, Out.  If  Instead Of  ii  HIV    rl  ���������***"***** I*"****. -f^i ftf.    ���������.    ���������.  tea ur -oon^c  tin of the liealthful table beverage.  II  II  Independence Is Real  South     Africa      Gains       Advant.-t ���������*���������*<*���������  Through    Being    of    British  Empire.  London. ������������������ The. Times' Capetown  correspondent .quotes lhc ('ape. Tunc.-*,*  eoiiTnient on Lord Milncr's Oxford  speech when his lordship emphasized  thc position of independence of lhe  doiniiiikins   within    the   league   of   na-  j li.m.,.   '  ��������� "The independence whieh South  Al'iiea has gained," says thc Cape  Time:;,  "i",  a   real   and   lancihle   tiling  Don't Experiment  Be A Moody User  eep Your Land Clean  i  i  ������ .Mi. Am% u   ;u a vwi  JL.-- M %-*   M.  --  -mm,   .  tat  mm.  -T ������l   tf.'���������*���������**  y ������ iwi  1 e :'. 1'  the   ev i-it eti ei  11  11  i   *  13  1!  1 h**- {gliality is constant arid ibu  Mo !<.aise in  Price  "f   the   link   with   the   l.ritish   F.nipirc.  I he    independence    for    which    some  ��������� ..,   '..,  i..,i. ,d  .uul   uiitaii'-ibli   and   ean  4  ' <     1   .  il     .    ',    I      I I   I..' .,   4     I,  J..       ,     4      ,| .   ,   ,|4. .   . 4   ���������.'.���������..Hid   ii i. .1   Smith   A f ri<*a   ��������� Inni   of  the  .i|..u l! V  i.illdie.i ]i  X 0  II  1!  .11  A  < i i . i*  i.i.i u  tn.i n  tw    develop    and    ruinously  "il   in   thr  struggles  ahead."  thinks  lh.it     tho if    is     only  in   Iiie   wm Id    whose   whist  hii.;  i*.  iiul  a  nuisance.  II.  U.  l.?77  Write   for   Full  lllfui ulalu  Carding   Moody  Separators  or Time Prices  Separates the weed seeds from the grain, and bags them separately, drain  cleaned ready for .-levator or for seed, and no dockage at elevator. A scpara-  i���������r ,..,,.,,..,,,,,.���������,! ,,, (i,_  ,.An(-   ..,.4,,-v i,, .,11 '.hid*, nf .Tain, thrcshhif. the i.raiu  clean from the head, putting' it in the bin, not iu tlie straw pile. A machine  that has r.tood the test ot lime.    Ovit '-.(),<)()() in use. in Western Canada.  Power Keijuired: No. *���������> A. ?.i-~2, will* li.iiiil-fi.c.l nttacliiiieiilu un.! hlr.iv. ratricr,  ri-iiuii'f* 0 II.I1, Famine. No. 6 A. 'M-.1-, >vil)i lirnnl-frril al I nt-litiir-iitm ami lilowrr, ix-ii'ie .>  10 U.l\ J.mrini.. No. 6 A. 'M 3** Monilf Si-lf-'���������'������������������-���������iler ;ni<* lilowrr, re.q,llrp*:i������ 14 11.1*. Knit'-..-.  New I'M') innilrl, No. '"'-.10-.Ift, with liainl lent alt.u linirnli nnd Mower, icqulrt* H U.V.  ICiHtiin*. Krw Model, I'M'", No. ���������J-.'U-.''', with Muoily Srll-I'r.ilrr uiul lilowc..', jtiiuinv  IC HI   II.I1.   I'.nj'inc     il  you  Uo  not   have  un  i-iik'H--,  I'eiiic  |u ji r ���������; on  oil.   10  :itiil   H   Ml".  Vii.ti.i     I- ii'-.nn*,    ili.nlo   lor    JVKriiy    .���������. < - j., i j .111.1,.,   ���������,    ���������,.,    :'���������,,,:;   'J'...!.       .'. ������   ; ���������. ;:    '       -    i  !'... 4'. ,.-.,,.  'I'i..,:.,..,  o;   ;,   IC '"'l  '���������'������������������.'fir,   ��������� i.\.   h.-ivf*  'nil   lli,-   ii.rl,i   )���������iwrr.      |  The New Home Machinery       I-Yancoeur llroti., Mitchell Hardware*  ���������"..������������������ni-niv  Limiiril.       Ciri.ia,.**, and 1'd'iioiiton, Company, Limitrd,  Sa-dc.'tiion, i.ask. Alberta luamion, man.  While the fool takes things as thcy  come, the wise guy goes after what  he wants.  **.'l*hilljlJ'liM{'r'i'.i,i*="i.'!.;!.  ^*^*m^.-~mirm.--mmirrmm TKffi  rlK\\\     CkjkStOK,     &*     Ok  r  J   -rr       /  "VW^^L���������**!***  Allied Success In  North  ussia  Winnipeg.  ��������� The  Canadian  wheat! and triarketing  board says it hopes to be in a posi-   of  Canada,  as  tion to make public thc plans and re-  general public  gulations for the handling of the 1919  wheat crop some time this week.  ' in ihe meantime," tlie uo*ru says  in its statement, "in order to obviate  undue hardship to the producer, the  Canadian wheat board suggests that,  temporarily, farmers should deliver  their wheat to the elevators and obtain storage tickets therefor. The  elevator companies or banks will undoubtedly make satisfactory advances  against these storage tickets. When  later the regulations and methods in  connection with the pooling system  arc known, the farmers can convert  the storage tickets issued by the elevator companies into cash tickets and  secure the initial payment', as fixed  by the board, and receipts enabling  them to obtain participation . certificates at a later date "  of the  well as  that    of  Good News of Contest With the Bolsheviki  on Russian Front.  London.  ���������   Six   Bolshcviki   battal-  I ions were destroyed   in   a   successful  1919 'gram crop j Anglo-Russian  attack   on   the   Dvina  tiie j river on August 10, thc war office has  j announced.    More  than  1,000 prison-  j ers, 12 field' guns and many  machine  guns    were    captured.    The    Anglo-  Russian    front    on    thc   Dvina    was  man  that  thc initial price   had   bee*1 j pushed forward 12 miles. The official  fixed by the government at $1.75; he' statemcnt reads:  declared that such a price    had    not   1 W*.AtL  ww  OI  Other  outstanding features  meeting were:  An emphatic denial from the c  1-1 -Q 11--  even been considered.  A resolution from grain growers  of Little Souris strongly condemning and denouncing the scheme as  impracticable and unsound economics]  and demanding that if the government is determined to handle thc  1919 wheat crop that thi sam--** price  as last year be set7\  A violent attack on ocean freight  rates by J. K. McLennan. He declared it now costs 60 cents to get a  bushel of wheat across the Atlantic,  in comparison with six cents for r>rc-  j war days. Eighteen cents was the  What might be construed as a veil- j highest figure justifiable, he declared,  ed threat on thc part of the farmers i A further statement was made by  to go'on strike if the government j Mr. McLennan .that "there are heavy  fixes thc initial price of wheat at any-I millers, big'grain men and freight  thing less than the $2.26 guaranteed ��������� men in .this country who are talcing  by the United States to its producers, j advantage of their positions to rake  was made by J. K. McLennan,    re  "In   North  Russia,    Anglo-Russian  troops, on August 10,    attacked  Bolshcviki  forces  on  the  Dvina  with  great    success.     All    tlie    objectives  were gained.    Six    enemy    battalions  Ottawa. ��������� The  Canadian board of i has   a  just   ca  commerce  has  been   officially   cousli-;rind us  rcady  tutcd, with Judge H. A. Robson, of  Winnipeg, as chairman, and W, F.  O'Connor, K.C, former cost of liv-  i-irr  commissioner,    as    second  mem-  to  for  complaint    will  give  him  a  hearing  and we will get down to work just as  soon  as  possible."  The   chairmre-i   of  the   new     board  stated  however   that the board would  ber, and these two gentlemen have J of necessity investigate the facts be-  had a conference with thc . govern-; hind a complair-t before holding sit-  ment and have already started work, j tings at any point. This was neccs-  t]ie i Judge Robson has arrived iri Ottawa j sary, hc stated, because the board has  and shortly afterward met nienibci's I jurisdiction from coast to coast, and  of thc governn:c-ut. The third m**-vi-! a con-plaint -.night Jake them from  ber of thc beard, it 's  expected, will1 Halifax   to    Vancouver    on    a    wild  UV.JI* \~ty\~Wf.  t!i  dispersed.  r.he troops  either killed, captured or  More than 1,000 prisoners, 12 field  guns and many machine guns vverc  captured.    Onr    line     on     the Dvina  w-as advanced  and Borok."  12 miles to Thad'-s-iov.**.  be named, -within a couple of day.".       I goos .-* chase if it were only made be-  The board wiii s;:c under thc Com-, cause of seme tv*.-���������i'.*_  theory,  bines and Fa'r fric.-s act* and ir. given j     The*, two ������������������������*.:'."<.*b'"-rs of the new body  power  to  institute  investigations   on j had  a  long  conference  and    will   be  ii.-?'own  motion  or at the  re-qucst   o- j together niost of tlie ii.ne during the  Curb Profiteering In Britain  Amendment   Passed   British   House  Empowering the Board of Trade  iO   x'j.jC   x"i-C-cS.  ministers  or other    responsible  sons  bringing   matters   to   th<:  of the board.  notice ', rules of proeedin  i -?cvh-ir  l    ���������.  When  seen by  the Canadian  Press, joiBai  organization  y'ew  d*-:ys    d  ��������� Ip rx  X..--  per-j next few  d*-:ys    drawn* g    "op     simple  :d    getting    tone cess a r;v  small  staff and  for     their    work.  limited, Judge Robson was emphatic j Judge Robson expects to return to  in his statement that there would be j Winnipeg within a short time to fhi-  jrio fuss and formal-tics attached to ! ish his work as chairman of the royal  the working of tbe board. "This is to i commission investigating the recent  j be a people's court." he declared.; strike disorders there, but will be  | "and to be so it must be easy to ap- j back in  Ottawa again  within a very  -l.e house- \ji: Cuinniuiis,. pioacii.    /inv   bona  tide   citizen   -who j snort  time.  i  presenting   the   United   Farmers    of  Ontario, at the open session of   the  after    heated    debate,      adopted    an!  amendment   to   the profiteering bill,  in big sums of money."  An insistent demand was made by j empowering the board of trade, after  almost all  speakers  thai  if  an   open. an investigation,, to fix wholesale arm  Canadian  Wheat  board in  tbe  Win- j market is denied the farmers and the  .iQpeg  Grain   Exchange.  "We are facing a short crop,"  he  .1. -     |M   nt     -~-.y-^,    ~.~'.~~  111C      xpl.Jx)       illlllai        lJLl\rKr  government   plan    of    handling    the  wheat is  carried  out,  that the initial  x.x.-, . price be  not made  less  than  that of  we  may find thc  crop  returns    still' $2.26,    now    ruling    in    the    United  shorter.   Strikes are popular and the  States.  farmers   might  be   inclined  to   catch      J. R. Murray, of the United Grain  on.   The'farmers are cross already.'*    Growers, thought the   only   way    to  The board room was packed to the  arrive at a fair price for the farmers  doors with the representatives of  various interests, including millers,  bakers, consumers, farmers, grain  growers and board officials. James  Stewart, chairman of the board, presided. The meeting was called for  the  purpose  of ascertaining -the will  was to give them thc prices obtaining on the open world market. Otherwise nothing less than the $2.26 of  ihe United States should be set. If  the consumer must have cheap bread,  he added, in fairness let it come  (-through a  gove-mment bonus   rather  of   those   interested  in   the   handling  than at the expense of the farmers  Taking Some Action In U. S.  fVhtict  JLIlMt/t.  I  ~Xd\vt������ linmniiftn  lVM 1 Td     mr mm..,��������������������������� ���������  retail prices.   The vote was    132    to  95.  The amendment was denounced,  among others^ by Lord Robert Cecil,  former minister of war trade, who  expressed amazement that the government should accept an amendment destroying the whole basis of  the bill and revolutionizing tlie trade  of the country. Sir Donald Maclean,  a Liberal member, also denounced  the amendment, characterizing it as  "rank socialism of the most muddled  | kind?  In the course of the discussion on  the bill, Sir Auckland Geddes, minister for national service and reconstruction, indicated that the bill  would empower the board of trade  to fix prices in a case where the  community was likely to be bled   by  To Aid Admiral Kolchak   i British Ambassador To U. 5.  i  _ ������   Material'Is  Being Rushed  to Vladi-1 Viscount   Grey    Has    Accepted   the  vostok By thc United. States. j   ' New Post Temporarily.  Washington. ��������� Material aid for K London. ��������� Viscount Grey,-former  Admiral Kolchak's retreating array.! British secretary of state for foreign  in Siberia is being rushed to Vladi- -affairs, has agreed to represent the  vostok by the United States. It Was|Britis1*- government at Washington,  said officially, that 45,000    rifles    and|pen*--ing the appointment of a perma-  ;nt ambassador.  Viscount  Grcy  severai  million  rounds   of    ammuni  tion already had. been sent from San j  Francisco, and that additional  equipment would go forward this week on  of    Falloden     (Sir  Francisco, and that additional  equip- j Edward  Grey)   comes  to  thc  United.  i States-to   represent  thc   British   gov-  an army transport. ernment after  a  brilliant    career    as  The amount of material ordered to'head    of    the   British   foreign  office.  Siberia was not   disclosed    but  .wasjF������r eleven ycars, momentous   in the  said to be "very large" and    to    in-j political affairs   of  Europe,    hc    was  elude  SUppjiCS,  motor  vehicles    and    medical  as well as rifles    and    ammunition.  The original consignment was materially increased    after    the    recent  0 For Selling Sugar j Schoppelrei    Ordered    Deported   By  Grocer Fined $500 For Scl  At 15 Cents Per Pound.  Washington. ��������� Important new. developments in the government's fight  to reduce the high cost of living  have now been made public.  Onc c������ the most interesting was  the announcement by Attorney-General Palmer that the first federal conviction for profiteering had been obtained. District-Attorney Luccy telegraphed from Binghamton, N.Y., that  a retail grocer had been fined $500  for selling sugar at 15 cents a pound.  No details were given and the law  under which the case was brought  was not known here.  "A few good cases of profiteering  in each state will settle that trouble,"  Mr. Palmer remarked. In order to  bring to book persons guilty of rais  any combination, national   or    inter-\ reverse  of Kolchak's army,    it  ing prices exorbitantly or hoarding  food to advance prices, Mr. Palmer  submitted to thc agricultural committees of congress thc draft of an  amendment to thc Food Control act  extending its provisions to clothing  nnd containers of foods and feeds,  and providing a penalty of $5,000  fine or two years' imprisonment or  both for violation of the law.  the Immigration Board of  Inquiry.  Winnipeg. ��������� Oscar Schoppelrei,  branded as an undesirable alien, and  ordered deported by the immigration  board of inquiry, must leave Canada, j  Thc Manitoba court of appeal re-'  fused to grant an application made  by counsel in Schoppelrei's behalf  that the deportation order bc annulled and all proceedings quashed.  The high court in its written judgment found that the order for Schoppelrei's deportation was based on  two grounds: first, that hc had come  into thc country by misrepresentation; and secondly, that he had refused to answer certain questions  put to hyri by officials. Their lordships pointed out that under section  23 of thc immigration act thcy had  no  jurisdiction   to  interfere.  national, for the purpose of increasing prices. An amendment seeking  to include profiteering in rentals  within the scope of the bill was rejected.  TS        .0 .9       Bfi*-T."*������  rem in anus millions  said.  Serbia A Country Of Orphans  Million  To Prosecute Bela Kun.  Copenhagen. ��������� The Hungarian  public prosecutor has issued an announcement that proceedings will be  begun against all individuals charged  with crimes during the Bela Kun  dictatorship, and that steps have already been taken for their arrest, aud  extradition. according lo advices  from Budapest.  Another' announcement   says    that  Six Months On Ice Floe.  Kdmonton. ��������� Six months adrift on  an ice floe, in thc Arctic sea, cut off  from all civilisation by miles of deep  water, such was thc experience of  Storker T. Storkcrscn who arrived  in thc city last night from thc great  northern wastes. Observations of  great scientific value were niade  while the party was on thc ice floe,  but these will not bc fully discussed  until Storkcrscn meets his chief,  Slcffansscn in Banff next Saturday  and prepares his full report.  Seizure of Securities Will Not Alto  gether Ruin the Ex-Monarch.  Geneva. ��������� The seizure in England  of securities belonging to former  King Ferdinand of Bulgaria, valued  at $2,000,000, will not altogether ruin  thc ex-monarch, according to reliable  information  obtained here.  It is said that Ferdinand toward  thc end of 1914 took the precaution  of placing his fortune abroad, mostly  in neutral countries, Swiss banks,  for instance, arc said to hold slocks  and bonds belonging to Ferdinand,  valued at nearly a million pounds  sterling.  Large sums were also placed in  Hungary where Ferdinand is now a  fugitive with his family.  Invasion    Carried    Half    a  Children From Parents.  Belgrade. ��������� The war has made  Serbia a country of orphans. There  arc 200,000 who lost both their  parents, and 300,000 more who lost  .one parent, according to statistics I him thus:  compiled by Red Cross workers fromj  secretary of state  for foreign  affairs,  from  December   11,   1905.  to   December 11, 1916.   Owing to several occasions  during  that period, it  was   the  initiative  of  Sir  Edward   Grey     that  was j caused the gathering  clouds  of   war  to  disappear.   It was   he  who   made  the last effort  to prevent   the   great  European war -when    he    urged    the  ambassadors   of   thc  leading powers  to meet and discuss the situation "in  an attempt to put off hostilities.   His  effort failed through thc attitude    of  the   German     government     and     ihe  German emperor.  Gladstone, under whom Sir Edward  served in his younger days, described  w in a man such, apti-  records in the Serbian educational  department. Some towns of 10,000  inhabitants have between 2,000 and  3,000 orphans.  The occupation of Serbia for three  years by thc enemy and the subsequent deportations, combined with  the great ictrcat in 1915, wliich carried half a million children in its  wake, separated numberless children  from  their parents.  tude  for  political   life   and   such   disinclination for it."  Since  his  retirement  from   the  foreign office, Viscount  Grey has   been  living  in   retirement  in   Northumberland.   Thc    new    ambassador's   eyes  began  to  trouble him  in   1918 and at  one time it was  reported he  was totally blind.   This report was exaggerated, bul   the  vi**coui'l   has     difficulty  in   reading,  although  his   eye   trouble  1 has improved somewhat.  it- is intruded to prosecute  Bela Kun {brewers  of  the nation  have called  and his  associates  bcry and forgery.  for  murder,    rob-  To Combat High Cost of Living.  .   Winnipeg. ��������� Concerted action   by  all   military   and  labor  organixalions  in   n   fiidit   for  lhc  reduction   of    th(*  f.  i  Conference of Brewers.  Atlantic City, N. J. ��������� Believing  that a revulsion of feeling against  prohibition can be concentrated for  the repeal of the liquor statutes, thc  a  big contcrcncc here for Scplciubci  28. Thc meeting will continue a  week.  Prince's Visit to U.S.   Is  Ottawa. ��������� .Nothing is  yet at the capital as to  Prince of Wales is likely to visit the  United States or thc duration of his  slay in that country. No decision  will bc reached in regard lo the matter until later, but it is certain that  the prince cannot leave Canada until  the conclusion  of his  Canadian   tour.  Feeding 20,000  Children. j  Paris.  ���������  The  American   relief   administration  began  the  task of feed-  ling 20,000   children   in   Budapest    as  ���������"part of its plan to give food   to    the  Uncertain.. children  of  Central   Europe,    it   wan  known    asl announced.    It was said this did not  . . 4.  wucu    "-nc. involve a general relaxation    oi    thc  food blockade against Hungary.  A Vienna despatch received from  London announced thc Allies bad  lifted the blockade against Hungary.  but there has been tio formal announcement of this by the supreme  council.  General Currie Is Defended  On a Little Vit>it.  Berlin. ��������� With  the permission   o������  tbc Dutch government,   thc   former  German crown prince has just spent  ...     ,.     ,v- .:     I'*.'*,* "    ���������"'*'*'     rltrtJIxr-i i.A  t\ letter from  the Order   of   Railway | several days with his wife ana child  Conductor:-,,  division   C-0-1,    considered  Kit a meeting of the Army  and Navy  "Veterans' association  executive.   Thc  ai"...''*''lion was unanimously adopted,  tWIIU    ������p .  >. .        ���������  l     Ulllllll.14  CO   Opl-I .ll<'  ven at Sodcn, Prussia, and accompanied them part of the way hack to  Potsdam, according to the I-olcat An-  zcigcr. The newspaper adds that  Frederic!*. Willinm  bar  imv; returned  \   I   r.        TT. ,11 -1.4.1  "Bavarian Free State."  Copenhagen. ��������� A   despatch    from  Bamberg,   under    date    of   Tuesday,  -_a>., that thc Bavarian diet bar.  adopted a constitution for the "Bavarian free state." There were three  dissenting votci.   A Socialist amend-  ii.c-.il to thc co.*-*'.i'.-tio-i, r. holi-.luug  all titles of nobility, was rejected.  *Dc&e-.lin������ One Bsc Union.  Vancouver, sj.ixr. - - iiu^uiuuu in,  ueitionii from thc local rank:; of 'he  One Big Union took place here when  the local unions of the international  longSiioremen, the ship workers and  lhc pressmen and press feeders voted  to ici-i'/ii from thc One Bis; Union.  Hungary Seeks Loan.  Berlin. ��������� A group of Hungarian  banks will attempt to negotiate a loan  for the new government at Budapest,  according to despatches received  here, thc government having been  unable to borrow the 1,500,000  crowns sought from Austro-Hungarian banlcn.  Rome. ��������� Thc Italian troops attached to the allied expeditionary  force in northern RusMa Je.it .-.liu-  liuinslc on August 9. The Italian  inilitt.ry commission accompanied  the troopa.  W.  N.  It.  12, /  Officer Says Criticism   for   Canadian  Losses at Passchendaele Not  Warranted.  Kingston, Ont. ��������� Speaking at the  banquet tendered to the visiting delegates to the convention of Union of  Canadian Municipalities, General Sir  Archibald MacDonelJ, thc new commandant of the Royal Military College, defended General Sir Arthur  Currie from the critii*i**in levelled at.  him because of thc losses suffered by  the Canadians at Passehendaele.  General Mail").null, "ihr man uho  took Hill 70,'' said he. w;.s present  when Sit Douulas Ihiig told General  Currie to take Passchendaele, aud  thc Canadian-", tool: it, after thc Aii<-  tralians, New Zealanders and Britishers had  failed.  Referring to the Canadian casual-  tic:", thc speaker said, according to  figures   recently   published,   the   Can-  ���������p ,1"-p .pr        c !��������� ft..-Oil ti\r>       lilwn'        Tlr'Vntll-  age   of   lo*ses   and   made   tlie   hiclie^t  percentage  oi  -..tin*-.  Another sixakcr was Mayor Hat-  die, Lethbridge, who declared for a  middle  ceiursc on  the  liquor  <(i',������ *���������'. i<'.ii,  llCl'l'Ill        tow       .. I  1      ..Lji       iixiO  -...  lv~Sxm~~^SMttiXi m^fr\)d������~^lt- ������"-, tt .ft   if!    ,1    iH  ^.^.iXi^^.m^  1- '*L$f V-*t wmgl44S4 4mmlf4^4lfim^m)mS^m^ ?~$l'tlp  ~-   . ��������� _���������T-_ ,   ---, ���������-- ���������,.--^���������. , _^ ,0.,m...~ii-.nm.,*0mmt*~.w .m*w -p-p-^-iWTW^p^lW^W  ^toWrW- ������A*#.,'-������,'-*?l*>'*������MJ..'J^  'ir\-lv'tifo#r&<%*tA "MwiWi ^W'^-W"!^'! "������������������i^*''''W>^t-*"A ��������� - m~m-  my.  i'i'  feu  ft!  W^W������1^mJ*S****|**I.  THE  CBESTOH BEVIEW  THF   HRFSTftN RSTVBFlftl  ������    <s B taa.  j-^7   B    vig     HBSa  w  iSnffi  Issued every Friday at Creston, B.C*  Subscription : ������2 a year in advance;  ���������S2.50 to U.S. points.  .    *C������ F. Hates, Editor and Owner*  vantage that it would be entirely  overshadowed in the event of bhe  C.P.R. ever extending their lines to  their boundary. KOBT. STABK.  CRESTON. B.C., FRIDAY, AUG. 29  Kimberley miners are having a day  ||������(���������������.������ T������������  ���������  ������% ��������� i  of sports  on Labor Day,  with   $500  hung up in prizes.  Ham  Gonservafives, Attention  riaoo lungog *^ nepeinns:  J. A. P. CROMPTON  Qualified Piano Tuner  Ei^ht years experience  ~r~^%w^^S-mamst~WmBvmraB  Bonners Ferry Times:    There is  *������*.       /������oA/4     ^-1>**.4^(     rs.~. 4-9 m t-vrwrncrrtm *-*,���������.-.     y-t.4-    r\ ttyfx . \r\ _  CX)    f������t\J\J\JL    UCai    *JX ������_110V>>l.tC3010tA    \jk    \~~-. <*UiB  a 4T.O   r^*������.f\Q-rw3i-rt4*c.    *������ii*k       nai-foin      ni-to n-i-ait-a  7~-^^t~ 0dtx   '<HrUU������_'WWO MMM K-"S~r-x   *J~mltt.X \m%.tXJOm    <UV<������   ������������-J*  these days, and there is real reason  for it. Those who realize that Kootenai valley land will grow from 50  to 60 bushels of wheat to the acre,  see the possibilities of the produeti-  .7.,     %������P S-. rx.,     r. 0,1% x .7 r. 1-017 . ix     r. r,r,rX77x ���������x I , __ t, rxr.  p-sii    iviicii   uiauiaj^c     10 airirUnipiibij^p~i,  and those who have always held  that the surplus water can never  be controlled are beginning to understand that possibilities of complete drainage being accomplished  are growing  greater   every day.  The Canadian end of the project  is also receiving more and closer at-  tention than heretofore, and the In-  t >t-national Drainage   committee is  gaining attention both in Washington and Ottawa.    But there is still  another feature to which attentirn  has been called recently and that is  that the surplus w.aterin the spring  i could very readily be   taken out at  ������ some point  above   Kootenai   Falls  and turned into   the Pend d'Oreille  river, which would largely increase  the volume of water which may be  used   for irrigation purposes in the  Big Bend country   and possibly re-  servoired for useiaterin the season.  At first thought this plan would  seem to be impossible, as Bonners  Ferry is lower in altitude than  Spokane. But upon investigation it  I a   i-p.1 AXTvt-TT  0X4    .r.xr .0 vj  \������p*ll   Via  frvvvnA   -"Hoi-.      +.ri,a*.o.  ..    .00       P-.P-,      0Xr%..������XJ.       W.P..V P/.JIVS.   XT  of difference in the altitude of the  two rivers, taking Albany Falls on  the Pend d'Oreille as the outlet and  some point above Kootenai Falls as  the inlet.  These two propositions may be  utilized to more fully protect the  Kootenai valley than has ever yet  been believed to be possible, and  their use will greatly lessen the  pumping period necessary aloi gthe  foothill swamps to keep   them dry.  It is not a far away plan, either,  because there is great activity now  on the Big Bend irrigation   project  and its feasibleness has   been passed on before this time. The combination of the two projects will make  the Clarksfolk  and    the   Kootenai  valleys absolutely   free   from high  water danger and   their   combined  overflow will water many thousand  acres of arid land   in  Washington  By the use of   reservoirs,    which is  contemplated, this    water may    be  held till later    in    tlie   season than  rh������- freshet, occurs,    and    thus    ad-  vanni-   riv    inrer.-st'*    of    Imth    ihej  mountain and the ���������"���������.a-.'" eh rush oount-  rie**-.  Bread is up a cent a loaf at Bonners  1? en y ���������    ���������  Revelstoke claims its monthly  C.P.R. payroll is almost $50,000.  i t.i   xji.   *-'.   a. vrtviZ^jtixFttx-;     %-4*J.  to  uiniuiuf.  a new 34 s 28-foot central at Trail.  One firm of milk dealers at Trail has  just put a Ford motor truck on its delivery system.  The Imperial Oil Go. announces that  it will make Trail a distributing point  after October 1st.  Frache Bros, of Grand Forks have a  Brown Minorca hen that sometimes  lays a six-ounce egg.  T"lp.������    rx7r.xrxx.Xrx    ~>~;._.    i X  Ml    1 - *.    1 X.  411.4; cnpcx t,o uiauil   iir     win ut. tvti jettsir  60 years more   before   the   mines   at  Rossland are worked out.  Nelson will have a high school teaching staff of seven this term. An attendance of 200 pupils is expected.  The Courier states that tools belonging to government road gangs are being stolen Lhe Oi-anbrook district.  J. A. Coleman, a Grand Forks grower, has sold 4500 boxes of apples to the  T. Eaton Co. at Winnipeg, for which  he hopes to get. $7000.  Dr. Vigneux was drowned at Nelson on Friday, after having just successfully rescued a nine year old girl  from a watery   grave.  The Continental mine   at Porthiil is  now employing  130 men. and is using  12 motor trucks to   haul   the  concen--  trates to the shipping point.  The G.W.V.A. co-operative store at  Vernon has prospect of 300 customers  for a starter. $100,000 intial capita],  however, is required   to start it.  Chas. Burt,   a   Arrowhead   shingle  An open jfheeting of the Co-n  seevatives of Creston Valley will  be held in Mercantile Haii,  Creston, on Saturday, Aug. 30th,  at 8.30 p.m., for the purpose of  electing delegates to attend the  Proviucial convention at Vancouver on Sept. 30th. and to reorg- jj  anize the Valley Conseruative  Association.  jciignest. rei-  erences. Single tuning. $4. Two  tunings a year, $7.  REGISTERED  1.0    ������_���������_���������*.���������"   BB  Y   vS3-"i������"  FCR SERVICE  St. Ouen's Count Gicsro 7105  W. V. JACKSON,   CRESTON  Conform with the. Fruit  Marks Act.    Get them  ������--��������� from ���������  O  & a  o  TDI TCpT-j-fVr-T  JR.  X^^mt-m-*--''*-*   X     X  CRESTON  ROBTm LAMONT  M-tAr-h-tr Ai% ���������*r**������V  tat tat  nt>  IV mttS*1 9    *���������--> *������   ��������� ���������������       m^m^i^mt.   -������*  INSURANCE   ���������    REAL ESTATE  Ci*?������-STOi*V    -   -    -B..O.  i rTTrnp Tn Tiir rniTnn  lci icno iu mc cuii-jn  Wiemoriai Site  vv..,1rr\..      *������     rxi.,lxx.:������������������       X\.���������       T>   It        . 3  ...4X4X7 x ,    io     ^lUlllllug        LILtXr       J-X.T-l.      A'CrClfLU,  with a showing of oyer a million  shingles for the month   of July.  nil T5_, 1 * .���������,.���������     _i -,-*.     ���������x   nv :i  xjjpk    j LBauj Lci'iHu    umiluii     tun    nun  has just been presented with a pulpit  bible that was first used in a U.P.  church in Scotland as far back as 1874.  At Grand   Forks   the   poundkeeper  charges $1 a head   on all   adirnals im-%  pounded, with anadtled charge for the  feed the   critters   consume   while impounded.  Penticton has had the hottest summer ever; so hot, in fact, that moving  picture theatre has had to install a  couple of electric fans to keep the patrons cool.  Cranbrook school board has purchased a Kaustine sanitary toilet,  which will be installed forthwith, and  will do away with the present array  of outdoor closets/  The 1S.N.W.M.P. at Grand Forks  have 35 head of lu. rses in the stables.  These will be shipped to other points  as the force opens up its work in Kootenay and Boundary. ,  Cranbrook is on the fruit exporting  list this month. Too many gooseberries were grown for local consumption, ami the Nelson jam factory is  getting the   surplus.  The Provincial police at Greenwood  last week shipped $350 worth whiskey  to the government vendor at Vancouver. The booze was taken  in a raid on a  ��������� local hotel a few days ago.  !        <:.....,.]   P<*.*>bu    pprill     n..|\r  if.s     IIMVOl'll  | "  ' -id  I stipend of $300 this year, and the al-  ; ilertnen will knock down $175. De-  j iluri ion*- are made if more than two  j rouncil "ii'.-etingt- are missed.  \ Tlir Ledge points out. Mutt, if tbe  ! ('.P.I*, keeps up tbe work of dismantl-  ���������WATER NOTIOE  ���������-���������-^  DIVERSION AND USE.  Take notice that the Canyon Water  TT.,  X .��������� ~i ��������� X'������������������ .L.\--x...^       .xLlA7.rxr.lx       *������.  USUI'S    ^a-saucicniipjij,    ������vui/oc   cippupco.)   iu  Erickson, B.C., will apply for a license  to take and use 2.5 C.F.S. of water out  of Association Creek, which iiows  westerly and drains into Goat River  on Lot 274. The water will be diyert-  ed from the stream at a point about ������  quarter mile due east fiom S.E. corner  S.Q. 142. Blk. 812, and will be used for  irrigation and domestic purpose upon  tbe land described as Blk._812 (northerly portion)���������-see plan. This notice  was posted on the ground ou the 9th  A..���������    ..��������� ,    A ..r-.-r-t-      10lO A   rpn-piT ixf t*.f"ii������a  P-������C������rV        P.4-J. \,ArXttfo LXCtLl,        A.K4X.4. J-*    p-p'I-T.T     -"--     xl.-.x.  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 he filed with the said  Water Recorder or with thc Comptroller 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 (Pres.) Applicant.  A. D. POCHIN (Secy.), Agent.  The  date of the first publication  of  this notice is August 15, 1919.  .^������������������xmrn^d^mm.000.ammm000���������������������������������������������.  I  Is there any  Meat in the  S fiOUSe?  Ir  Klil'IOK   'iKVIKVV:  8m. In reply t.o many inipii: ies j jnfy. things at. Greenwood it will not be  arid I'. Mr. f'oeltiii'.s 1--J.I.. *i* ia your I ��������� > 1-1 j. -r Ix-forc t be town will count itself  last. .Hf-ne. ji.h Us the  el.oiee of a  nite j hicky not. to be a, (lag -station.  for     the     Holdi'-rM'     Me.nf.rial,     Ibe     -~'~~': ;-" "���������'���������"���������'""������������������".:-::.---.���������_-:--rrr..."-..Tir-j-m   I'.ommit.t.ec would like to .state  that,  l.llev have had   under i.f'ii*iidentt.lon  several    pt-opo'iabi  oHej-erl   and Miig  gi-Hl.i-d, hut, Im v.'   uiMiiiiiiii.iisl ;,��������� i.dii  uludi-d    that     the    one   n*ijji.Mite   the  |irl,l|p\        'II p.,..,....-.,,. , .., ...,l..  more readily to t In- reipineinerit.h ot  the (ihjeet, in  vie\e   than   any other-,  .-11 . 1  .        , 1,1:.:, , ., 1    , ,1.... 1  ... .  :,hut il 'i-i ! ,'��������� '.!,������ 1 ined fi-...-. of "<i-\r.  -i, that all tie- ImikI'i eol ,.-..t.ed wil'.  he able t.o he devoted lo I lie rnoiiu-  ineii'   ii'M-li".  . .   ���������.    '. .'  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M.!m.X^J'0xJm.  Coal and Wood For Sale.  STB a     m-WB  Sirdar Ave.  mm&  B  A recent shipment of the  above���������useful, economical  and long-wearing goods���������  ���������   ���������       contain      ���������    ���������  Plain and Fluted Kettles at J|44.rtO. 5.50  Double Boilers $2.75  Sauce Pans; with lids $2.00, 2.25  London Kettles and lids $2.25  Preserving Kettles $3.75 to (J.25  Bread or Cake Pans, oblong, each $1.00  Syrup Jugs $1.50  Percolators    3.25      *  Large Mugs       75  Tea Strainers      25  Individual Collapsible Cups       25  Pudding Pans 75, 85, 1.00  Combination Sets of live pieces    4.50  V  ran1  LIMITED  Wilrt*p%���������-;^|j'iWw.l^i...3  .itm^Hfttti.mti.-MtMissimiis* fc  ������������.''>"hi>>������1V>pp'*  B  ���������i-liii.^.: ^^j*'*7tf*.te  n,.fLf yi44,,���������4mtt-1>~<i~,~bm.rB  5rani-~i&-S^^  ���������>   '���������'������������������.J.l-li ������.������w itt-omAmAifxsti1 It,    l������* t t, lJi.it, wtd^i~W,Mi *������SA\\m [(M-h-*.^���������..i  . mii^wAdx x 'una (t nl*    n       if- p^    ���������*>     -rxn ������')* Jlft *i-*M**������*������4* >-**! 0-~t~h-������MittlAsi.f~tft~.iw^  I >'l  A  ��������� 1 THE  CRESTON  REVIEW  -*, /���������  04** !   t>;____, t  Valley  --- & y^ii.���������j-   V.i * csiciuay  *������_������  nflniiP      w     ������_:t     wvy-vPiS/-  S3y ippSs^o. j.  vr . zjxjtv ���������  As daylight was breaking on the  morning' of March 27th, in the early  SJO's the steamer Nelson was  making  its    Wf*-v7    fAOrteil   Shcx     TTw-iofansi-rr    TUtjov.  The scenery on each side was beautiful. About 7 o'elock the captain gave  a good, long whistle, and I knew my  desainatiou was reached. I was put  off on the bank of the river with my  luggage. The captain gaye two more  long whistles���������which were to let my  husband know that I \vas on the boat  and had been put off.  I watched tJ>e boat steam away on  her journey up the river to Bonners  Ferry, and then discovered I was  alone in a strange part of the country,  and not a sound to break the stillness  of the morning except the singing of  the birds. Presently I heard a. coo-hoo  echoing through the woods, and I  knew my husband was on his way  down Goat River in a canoe to meet  me. While I was waiting to discover  what direction Lhe voice came from I  took a general survey of  the country  th  is to be inv future home..  The morning coidd hardly have  been more ideal; not a cloud in the  sky, and tne air soft. I found I was  in a valley bt tween two ranges of  niouiitains, the Kootenay River being  in the centre of theyalley at this spot.  On the west side of the Kootenay is  the Pnreell j-������nge���������part of the famous  -Selkirk range���������and on the flat thousands of acres of grazing land.    On the  ......������- ..IA ���������     ,..:p-V--_   ���������  A!.....  I l-.-.J  A- x   _������  TOOU 4-PIUC.    VPIUIIU1   rl.  ICPrV    IIIIUUIL'U   jt-ei.  m  the Kootenay is the  Goat River, and  this point was called  the lower Goat  land .M Jmmimmh  m.*tt+\i?*j       *^*  ��������� I-i��������� ���������*���������=        "fiiT^i*!  *X/T.T..T*.--~*r\  ��������� ��������� ��������� ������������������m .0.mmm f-m  mmmmr ~rxv WmM Wv  ' WI������������W ���������������*������������������*���������.������  reduced to $5 an aero; second-class to  $2.50 an acre.-' *W"r  Pre-emption now confined to surveyed lands only.  Records will be granted covering only  land suitable for agricultural purposes  and which is non-timber land.  Partnership pre-emptions abolished.  tSxix purtie-a Oi not moxNa than four n������ay  arrange for adjacent pre-emptions  with joint residence, but each making  necessary improvements on respective  ' claims.  Pre-emptors must occupy claims for  five years and make improvements to  value of $10 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 nip.de 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-  reiture. Title cannot be obtained in  less than 5 years, and improvements  of $10.00 per acre, including 5 acres  cleared and cultivated, and residence  of at least 2 years are rec_uired. .  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 as homesites;  title to be obtained after fulfilling residential and improvement conditions.  ���������  For grazing and Industrial purposes  arenn exceeding 6-10 acres m.\y be  leased by ono porson or company.  Mill, factory or industrial sites on  timber land not exceeding 40 acres  may bo purchased; conditions include  payment of stumpnge.  Natural hay meadows inaccessible  5>V P*JatlnB' rnnAn may bo purchased  conditional upon construction of a road  to thorn. Rebate of ono-half of cost of  road, not oxcoedlng half of purchase  price, Is mado.  PRE-EMPTORS- FREE GRANTS  ^, ACT.  .-V��������� ���������*'0oJ?0 of thin Act Is enlarged to  .r.Ctuu'* ������,ii iidi'miiin juiniiij. uuu serving with His Majesty's Forces. The  time within which tho heirs or devisees  of a deceased pro-emiitor may apply  for tltlo under this Act is oxtondod  from for ono year from tho death of  such person, as formerly, until nn<*  ���������pruar uittJi* tho p-onelUHlon of the -present  war. This privilege is also mado retroactive. -  No feea relating to pre-emptions art-  duo pr payable by soldiers on preemptions recorded after Juno 2(1. 1918  raxes are  remitted  for  live v0aru  Provision  for return of moneys ac-  9ru���������-*)p"1".c,"������ *inrt b00n l*"11'1 '���������'���������'���������"30 August  A, 1014, on account of payments, fees  or tnxes on tinidlorn' pre-emptions  Interest on ngi-oomontii to purchase  town or city lotn held by members of  Allied l'orcco, or dopondonts, acquired  dlroot or itKllrfi^-t, vm 1ttru"! r,-0i.j ���������i.-  lliitinont to March 01. 1020.  3UD.puncHABP.fifi or cnow/N  LANDS.  Provision made for l-i-.uianco of  Crown grants to sub-purchasers of  p. Town l.a.u.., .u.i|Ul.h.t. i i^lilji ���������from  purcii*!.:!j.ji-ti who failed to complete  purchase, Involving forfolturo, on fulfillment of conditions of purchase in-  turout and taxes. Whoro iiiib-*>iir.������iiitn-  fin do not claim wliolo of original nai-  rppl     ������-.Pip.rP-|> i .>.-.   ...1,.,.    ."P. -   .   ,.    .  bo -lliitrlbutpM) proportionately over  wholo area. Application:! mi'ni ),���������  uiiid,* by  May  i.  u'-jo.  aRAZINO.  flraslng Act, llUD, for Hytitemnt'c  d<*v������ilopiii-Mif of llvi-.triclc Iniheitry prw  vl..������n "*������������������������ gnuelrig illulrletii nnd riiu_*v  ailiuliilnlj'ullon jiiiiIiij- (-omrnlr-iloiH r  AnsMiiil .:ra;*.|t;g -ion.,It,, Iti.nuril hunnd  <p������i fiMPtiti'-v" rrtri-. ������������������.���������!. i.;!'ii', i.r. ,..:..:..  Iliilu-il owners. .M<ii'U-.iwiwir.<  form   Axi'iii-liilltiri'i   for   r:i mir   n,.<:  Kiyer juauding���������a weii-known lauding  for prospectors coiuinf? in to to work  their claims on Goat Mountain and  the Duck Creek hills.  There were quite a few horses feeding on the flats, and by this time sev--  eral Indians had arrived to see what I  looked like. One was a young fellow  named Parcel!. He had been married  a few da.ys before, his squaw being  quite a, fine looking young woman. In  the distance I saw an Indian bsatiiig  a horse unmercifully, but'Pascell explained the horse had the staggers���������a  disease caused by eating frozen rushes  or joint grass, and they lay down and  die, and the Indian was evidently  beating him to make the poor beast  get up.  By this time my husband had arriyed and we got in the canoe and paddled up Goat Iti yer to the upper landing. The river was very pretty iu  those days. The birch and cotton wood  on either side were a tremendous  height���������-;a great many of them were  destroyed  in  the   big   windstorm   of  -iscu.  A r-t.t 17 *!������-������.__���������  p 4,    4-.V������cp  PP>       O..KJ  upper xanuiug  luuy  foi'    ������U'I I ll'lll,     I'll llU't'l!  lo U'li lieiol.  ���������i'   llavill.  we got out of the canoe, walked across  the valley, and crossed the slough in a  boat made out of a hollow log. We  arrived at our log ca,bi*o���������in a cleai-ing  of a couple of acres slashed ready for  burning.    The log cabin  had a veran-  /1slV������ ���������***. $*.l\nf-.    ipnrl  it   Hiypfp*-,  f.*.rxix   \vavvrj5r> re   , ��������� xr���������     ~xx.~       xrxrx.x~...Q  over it naturally. We had lots of wild  game in those days. There was a dozen willow grouse hanging up under  the verandah, and plenty of ducks and  geese, and all kinds of fish. There  was no lumber to be had, so they split  cedar for the window frames, door  jambs and floor.  We brought all the furniture necessary with ns, and that had to be yery  little because there was no transportation other than the boat 1 came on���������  Nelson.* our nearest town, 80 miles  away. If any of us were ill we had to  get well as best we could, or wait till  a steamer came along to take us to  Nelson. We had to get our mail at  Ockanook, an American yillage, which  consisted of a store or two with post  office, an hotel and a few houses. We  got most of our supplies there. There  were no roads in the country, so we  had to use pack horses. It meant a  day's journey to go there and baek,  and very often would have to cut the  trail out after a windstorm. During  high water the trip was made by boat  or canoe.  If anyone came from the lake district here the captain would giye three  long whistles to let us know someone  was put off or that Supplies were left,  and it was up to the people themselves  if they got them or not. You might  wonder how we came to know about  this country. My linsband came  through the valley with a timber cruising party and liked the part so much  that he located four ranches of 160  acres each; one where we haye our  present home; one for Mr. Little, who  in time turned it into the present  townsite of Creston; 160 acres back of  t-Jie townsite-for a man named .Sullivan, who let it drop; .and 160 acres  back of our piace for his brother, but  he got tired of waiting for the railway  which was to pass through the Valley  at some point, and let it drop.  All four men were working at Pilot  Penson &Willson  Builders & Contractors  We wish to inform the people  of the district that we will be  pleased to figure on all kinds  of building and ca rpenter work.  Address:   Erickson. B.Q.  Say. Mr. Little knew he was comings  to be superintendent of the dyke of  th^ Kootenay Plats, so asked Mr.  Dbw to !*v*s.f,e ���������������> ranch icv hiiu. The  following spring they all came up and  built the two log cabins thatoriginaliy  stood on the ranches. The first summer I spent my time out in the boat,  and in the eyenings used to watch the  huge piles of logs burn. Wild fruit  being very plentiful we used to go to  the woods to gatiier it, and thought  we were away in the wilds if we went  as far as the site of the present school.  Mosquitoes were our greatest pests.  I remember going to Spokane the  summer of 93, and fortunately did not  have to wait long for the steamer  Idaho to come along. The woods and  flats were covered with snakes and  lizards;, and the - mosqnitoes would  drive you mad while waiting on the  bank of the river. Often, if we wanted  to go to Nelson it was nothing to go  over to the bank of the river and wait  all day for the steamer to come along.  We neyer knew when it was coming  until it whistled.  When my husband and I were coming home from Spokane in the fall of  '93 we came on the old Alberta, and as  we were nearing Goat River Landing  a lady on the boat said to me, "What  god forsaken place are you getting off  H,t-." and when we saw the bank of the  riyer filled with Indians���������men, women  and children���������and it pouring with  rain, it certainly did not iook inviting.  I told her they had������ come to welcome  me back and to see what rny baby boy-  looked like.  I was very pleased to find when I  got home again that Mr. and Mrs. Arrow-smith  had  moved over from the  GUARD  AGAii^a i  ���������j ���������"VT.e *���������-���������������-*���������  W"P W W-*   W-p.  1     I  riyer to,.their ranch on this side of the  ,'....^j.    _a.& jl  ������-rao vc-iv  j.i..p_p_i L.-1 Ui.uureu  we had some good times together that  winter coasting down the hills on the  flat toboggans the men had made for  us. Wild animals were plentiful; lots  of coyotes and wildcats. On bright,  moonlight nights in the fall and wint-  \er one coyote would "start to howl and  then another and so on till it got quite  musical and it was called the '"Koote-  nav band.'*  I was rather afraid of the Indians  when we first came, hut on the whole  they were very good to us. Father  Cocola came in from East Kootenay  and converted them to the Roman  Catholic faith. He did a great deal of  good with them. At first they rssent-  ed his coming and interfering with  their freedom. They used to gamble  a great deal. For instance one man  might own a herd of hordes or cattle  one week, and by the next they would  be gone. They threatened to kill  Father Cocola at first.    He stood his  *m-x Z-Wm^^Z^y ���������l^ W: /TH-1  Carelessness Wield.*"* the Ar.~  ground and told them to go ahead and  kill him. They were so surprised to  think that any uian would stand up to  be killed they turned around imA. made  a good friend of him. They fairly  worshipped him before he left for  other fields. He taught them to build  nouses and barns, to cultivate the land  and take better care of the stock.'and.  above all, to be good to the white people in the valley.  Father Cocoia was one of trie finest  men that eyer came into a community. He was just and kind to everyone, and for a long time after he left  you could see the effect oa his worR  upon the Indians. . The first time I  noticed a change in then*! was when an  Indian came and bought a new boru  calf from us for a dollar, and was to  bring'the money later when he had it.  Some weeks later he came aud I asked  him for the money, he said,'*palf die."  I did not believe him, so 1 told him he  had to pay fifty cents for it, which he  did, but just as he got out the gate he  turned back and came to me with the  other half-dollar, saying, "Here, Mrs.  Jack, fifty cents, me keep 'em calf; no  "man lose.". He could not face Father  Cocola with a lie on his mind.  [Concluded nest week.  Wycliffe baseball team, the Kootenay champions, are making a tour of  southern Alberta towns, playing exhibition games.  j%\\W  wsmm\-ms%s  ���������       M      ~W I*"*     mmmmm     MMM������      .MHNk, $m\        fW       -l������*|V*l,      .������������������������,������     W    ^"^V       ">,������*,,*M  Utfj^b/        B-mmZ    lh^ S\9%0m-������    ll       B \m~-**-~m~Zt  Big-*    ^b^-vsOw'-^  Complete assortment  of beautiful Ladies'  Silk Blouses, in all  the different shades  and sizes. Prices  $4.50 to $7.50.  ���������if*      K^i m m A.m  DlVKItSIUN AND U8K  Take notice that K. W. Smith (Free  Minert-) Certificate No- 14(14.-10), whose  address in Porthiil, Idaho, will apply  for a license to take and uue 1.5 Heconil  cubic feet of water out of Priest River  which flowH in a noutherly direction  and drains into Munk Creek about 1 1.  ...He, ...-ll. II. '"'iii.  V. .tlr.L   Vvill In-clivi-i IrCll  from the Htream at a point, about 40  yard"' from the (-lovcrnment trail  croHsing, and next to the line of timber iimi.r No. fill!} on the went, and  will tx- iini'iI for niinin--; power jnnpor.e  ou the Government land deKHi-ibed as  Crown land bet '.ween t-mb.u- limit No,  RUM* and 8-1-I.*.  .        TIl'lK     llOtict* Wilt' IrlrMt.'.tl    l)||      Lilt*  I     .        ...������ . < -1    ���������     >       .       ������p    ������ ,      . ,4,,,  . t.   .,,.... .     4'.,      .... 4...       4...J       . I.       ���������.l.^l...(.       I,      I.    ,  I and a copy of thin  notice and   an ap-  i plication ptu.su/ilit   thereto ami to the  I Water Act.    1011, will  be   filed in the  j office of the   Water   Itecorder at. Nelson, 11.t".   Objections to the   npplii-at.i-  ; on may lie tilled   .with   the Water He-  rorder or lhe   Compl roller   of   Water  IpI-j-IUn. I'arlinnient Hiiilihiif������n, Victor-  ia, l{.<'., wit hen   thirty   days   after ap-  pciir/inci' of t liisuol ice iu 11 local neww-  I 1. ��������� 1.1   1 .     r  11 >    . 1.. 1 .:  . ' 1    I 111'   111 .a I   j 1111111 <', I I 11 r 11  ni* iiii-- not ice in Aiij!,ii-,1  IT.lli,  Hill*.  K. W . "-mM I Iti,  Ap-tln-aiii.  House of Hobborlin. Clothes  ���������made to measure.  New .samples for fall  have arrived and we  guarantee your fit.  Call and see latest  range of cloths.  3  WATER NOTICE  DIVERSION ANIJ  USB  Take notice that I Robert "Leslie  Thomas Galbraith, Indian Agent,  whose address is' Fort Steele, B.C.,  will apply for a license to take and use  for irrigation purposes 2.5 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 village. The water will be diverted from  the stream about MOD feet east of the  Reserve boundary, and will be used  for irrigation purposes ou the Reserve.  This notice was posted on the ground  on the 14th day of June, 1910. and a  copy of this notice and an application  pursuant thereto and to the Water  Act, 1014, will.be filed in the office of  the Water Recorder at Nelson, B.C,  Objections to the application may be  filled with the Water Recorder or the  Comptt-oller of Water Rights. Pallia ment Buildings. Victoria, B. C,  within thirty doys after the appearance oi this notice in a local newspaper. The date os the first publication of  this notice is August 8th, 1010.  R. L. T. GALBRAITH,  Indian   Agent.  Applicant.  Table Oilc  We   are  distributors for the  ndv&ltfl  Shock Absorber  Put   on   for  $25   and  guaranteed   to   satisfy  and  not  to break���������or  money refunded.  If you want a ear to work  for you, buy a Ford.  If you want to work to keep j  up a car, buy something  i-\itp/^  ������_rlp34l_r.  Gresfon Auto & Supply  R.S.Bevan    COMPANY       Manager  MXU-TdUi-i '.' \.--.A^-Ur~--A~-mt  A SAVINGS  A-T'-r'crhTTTVT  ���������"ir^  We  have  colors" in the  .������      PjP IL**I      I ���������  Jill  should  have  inspection.  X   .ILV "������������w������  *���������������������_>*  j I" c <  '  this  in   all   the  4f>-inch width���������!  *l #i# I       tinr f *������������������������ /i|t.  immediate  efii'U  your  It is always well to have a Savings  Account upon which interest i.s ret;';'.larly  paid and from which you r.re irce to niaY*  at any time should 3*011 have a good opportunity to buy  stork  or  feed.      A  Savin jr.*-*  I  TV  ���������p"y*Fn a el   m^-WW    8aEaHB*iJ"  Genera! Merchant  I)  THE CANADIAN BANK  OF COMMERCE  Creston Branch, C ti. .Bennett, Manager  . .4 .. i00im-ii;,0.r.,.ii.������i*m:0.-*xi~ ���������^^^^LSiis^si^^sism^^-j^s^.  -���������^Sj*jjjl'iu--L**'f**-')'V?  I!  t..l������rf7Ttt.,.y|>| ^  Ely  II  S'.-t. ���������  "SI'.' I  fiSte*-!:  Bbb.x4 '���������'  gap; ���������  WBtU  ISIH  i.-^i  l-'Sl'  IE  THE     BEVEBWj     OEESTON,     B.     <0.  I  I  yiHd;    ������������Umwill   ��������� I  Slfiefu  -WM.-t.is>! a  YflH ?  Is your color fresh -and rosy?  Does the glow of health shine out  in your cheeks?  Do your eyes glisten with health,  or are thcy dull, dark circled and  tired?  Aias���������your bloodless face indicates  trouble. Your watery blood menaces  your health. What you need is the  toning, cleansing assistance of Dr.  Hamilton's Pills. They will clean out  the overplus of. bile that makes your  skin so murky���������they will put new-  life into thc stomach, brace up digestion and make you eat sufficient food  to get a blood supply ahead.  Good blood always 'means more  strength and vigor,���������-that's why Dr.  Hamilton's Pills arc so successful in  building up weak, thin  folks.  You'll feel better at once, your  looks will improve and that half dead,  lazy feeling will depart, because Dr.  Hamilton's Pills enliven and fortify  every ailing* organ iu thc body.  Ask j'our friends, your neighbors  ���������most anyone can tell you of the  enormous good done by Dr. Hamilton's Pills, but beware of any substitute.  Fillina* His  ti  BY  HENRY G. ROWLAND  Copyrighted. Printed by special  arrangement  with  Thos. Alien,  ���������t Toronto.  i I  ������������������ ���������  J  a mouse which hc had partially  anaesthetized in a milk-bottle by  means of the introduction of thc tube  from his gas stove. He had demonstrated to Rugglcs the action of the  heart, which continued to beat for a  minute or two before stopping in  diastole. Ruggles had not cared for  the demonstration, and had pointed  out to Lorenz that after all it was  rather superfluous, since everybody  knew that a living mouse's heart  must beat if thc mouse were to go  on about his business. It was like  trying to prove that corns wefc tender by stepping on them, the only  difference being that the mouse was*  not in a position to resent the operation.  Ruggles did not pursue his inquiries in regard to Lorcnz's future  movements, but merely suggested  (that they take a stroll in the Bois  for thc sake of conversation and  mutual lingual benefit.  "I'm beginning to get the hang of  it now, Lorenz," said he cheerfully.  "I sat up half thc night doping out  those verb-endings you gave mc,  and I'd sort of like to see if I can lay  my hands on the ones I need. Say,  learning a new language is sort of  like thc shoe business, ain't it? You  get all the stock that you need sorted out on thc shelves and know just  where to put your hand on the box  that you want, and then there comes  a rush hour with a lot of customers  in a hurry and if you don't look out  you'll grab the wrong box every  time."  "You will never learn to speak  good German," said Lorenz dismally.  "Your mind is not of the right sort."  "What's the matter with my  mind?">asked Ruggles, rather irritated.  "It is not profound. It yoomps always at the first thing it sees. And  you do not talk enough    with    your  UOUSEWIVES are finding hew-  ���������*���������* and delicious uses for Com  Starch every day-~in facl9 tot  every  I ^t-aaa^^>hnii!^ 1Mj,  ��������� teJ!!^^������^wsj1i_,,sw  ���������a* 6**"M", 8TAKS Cfl  tmr~_  ���������������l*DU������*t. ont.  "  Grocer for  EN&ON'  'Fo-ds^y!  %mtl  Not alone smooth, creamy gravies  and sauces, and simple puddings  ���������but erisp9 delicate wastriesi  flaky rolis, oread and oiscuits;  rich fender cakes and pie nllingsi  and desserts such as you nevef,  thought it possible to make Sss  your own kitchen.  Insist on BENSON'S���������no other  Corn Starch can guarantee such  Puritv and ���������Delicacy* Hecipes  on the package. 224  Ruggles,  (Continued.)  feeling   rather embarras  sed, seated himself on. the edge of the  bed. It struck him that Lorenz was  not very hospitable; also that he  seemed loath to offer any information  in regard to his change of residence.  Perhaps his relations were people in  the lower walks of life; thcy might  run a laundry or sell horse-meat or  have a little workman's cafe or something of the sort, and Lorenz might  be rather ashamed of them. Ruggles knew nothing of Lorenz beyond  the fact that lie hailed from Vienna,  where he had been a clerk in an  Austrian shoe-shop. Lorenz had always been rather reticent about himself. His fad was thc natural sciences  and particularly physiology. Hc had  served an apprenticeship under thc  leading chiropodist of Vienna and  had persuaded the proprietor of thc  shoe-shop in which he had worked  to permit him to open a little parlor  in connection wiih the store where  clients might havc thci-r pedal inconveniences treated free of charge,  -"or.'.'"'*:*!���������*.���������"���������- on  th.- principle  of certain  clothes as dunnage he carefully  tamped down the top layer so that  thc lid of thc trunk would close, then  turned to Rugglcs. -  "I would not count too much on  anything," said he.  "What d' you mean?" Rugglcs  asked.  "I mean it," answered Lorenz,  "and it is so. A man should never  count on anything or anybody. It is  thc way of the world. You seen that  coat I havc just put in my box? I  bought it in which to be married."  Rugglcs pricked up his ears. Hc  looked at Lorenz from another slant.  "What happened?" he asked, in a  more softened voice.  "What      has      happened?"-   Lorenz j  "Oh, all right," said Rugglcs soothingly; for now that Lorenz had confessed to a tragic love affair, hc was  ready to excuse anything. "I won't  bother you then, old man." He moved toward the door, "But if I can be  of any service to you���������"  "You cannot.   Good-bye."  "Good-bye," Ruggles answered;  and went out, thinking that, after all,  a man might be crossed in love, meet  with business reverses, and still be a  little appreciative of disinterested  friendship. He was sorry for Lorenz,  who seemed to bc an honest, patient,  hard-working sort of fellow, and he  hoped that some day he might be  I able to help him in some way.  After leaving   thc   ungracious Lor-  yoii feet run -aowa���������1&  hvmg back health* s  asid strength���������take  Laraast Sal* of may Mcdicia* as ���������jij^WoriJ  Sold ������<*������cr*rwboro,  la ~~x~~,SSCt  Am eric;  Srau." ���������<.  scpti : 1  sin Kuril-"-'   or.  .:>..*. - ".it: t *��������� which suppiy  o their customers anti-  .".**���������;*" -".*."..; .-. tjtick of pep-  * id-"-:, seemed an excel-  'xhc- German-made shoos  . .'...-i.r.'.;... .1 cr.'jj on the  -'.].'���������:- ���������:/.'.]: '.':���������-. v.ni*'on of  1'!', '��������� prop vie tor had  the ^.-.neuif*. but  fir ft     sul'jj<������ei    for  "Well," said Rugglcs cheerfully,  "that ain't always such a bad thing.  Most people talk too much with  their mouths."  "The mout" is thc organ of speech,  together with the soft palate, the  larynx���������and���������and some odder t'ings.  The nose is not an organ of speech.  It is for smelling. And you talk.most  often by the nose, like all Americans." He turned from the trunk,  thc corners of which he had been  wedging with shoes.    "Excuse me���������"  Rugglcs rose from the edge of the  bed. Lorenz rolled back the mattress  and took from beneath it a black  cutaway coat. Smoothing it gently  ovcr his arm hc looked at Ruggles.  His expression was not an agreeable,  one.    Ruggles   wondered why.  "You have very much to learn yet,"  said X-Orcuz.  Rugglcs, not knowing to what  particular branch of learning hc  might refer, answered easily: "Oh, I  guess we all havc, so far as that goes.  But I can tell you onc thing, old  man���������I haven't got such an awful  lot to learn about the shoe business.  I worked a couple of ycars in thc  factory before I went into the store.  I know ihe shoe business, all right.  Why should'nt I, by golly? My  lather was n shoemaker   before    mc.  He.  in v 0.li  tod  most  of   the   machines  -A  ��������� 1.,  i.r,:'  jr. -r  1.1.1.   '.  ti.i*-  "Cll.e   lie;  c i:imini  to   '.<>'.;.':  t '.���������   c.': \-  ..'���������������������������',   in  r ���������?��������� 11-!'. *  a,;  los-  *'���������, i". i 1  thru  the  '.!������������������  til'"  :\-  f.-.l-l:]  th  ��������� ;���������*��������� MiOe M;'!  .y oi ;. 11 ��������� : ���������. 1  ,i ;;<. r -;i''.. r   y  ..hi  i  tof'"-!!irr   it  a hi''  in rid'i:  Cr!   in   a   ��������� .,.'  nil  il'ld    bee 1.  d  1.  11:1 ;  ���������' ", I  ti,-"  I'l'i  I  1    1:,  .   ;���������;.   rl!  1-���������:   in   a  A   *  I'.lli'Mi'. ���������  *     I'.-'-lii'-  :i nd   '..'. 1  ������i,  that tin*. Walkeasy people arc using  today. I know how shoes arc made,  and ' know how to sell 'em, too, and  once 1 get charge of this Vienna  branch, you'll sec some, leather in  the   air.    Just you keep your eye   on  l.i'ifcn/.  gave,   him  an  owlish  glare.  "And what if you do not get this  Vienna branch?" he asked, with thc   /./.-?���������:   -4: a   rv.r.'.r.  "Oli, then- won't bc any trouble  abi.ii'. tli.it," Rugglcs answered. "I've  ;i������' gH'/d ar, got the promise of it.  :.:������������������ r-.,.,ii,:iiiy ain't the kind to turn  a fellow down when he's worked for  "-*m as I have. You're thc only onc  lir-'id'-',  Durand that knows I've been  glared at him as though Rugglcs had  ai.i.r,A      Ul.xx      rx.x       tUr.      --O-IP. "T IP-ill tMl  iuv.ivCu niiii on tne 4 .iw. x win lch  you what has happened. I was to  marry the niece of that man who  had the shop where I worked in  Vienna, and because of some troubles with a customer, there was a  quarrel. It was very bad. She would  not see me once more, so I packed  my trunk and came to Paris. But I  promised to myself that one day I  should go back to Vienna and take  all of his trade, even if 1 had to work  myself for nothing and to bones and  skin. And perhaps it may come true,  already."  Ruggles stared at him, fascinated.  It seemed as if a new and undeniable  bond of sympathy were suddenly established between himself and Lorenz.  "Say," said hc, "I know just how  you feel. I been up against it, too."  Hc wiped his face with his handkerchief, for thc stuffy little room was  hot. "Maybe when I get out there,  I can help you some."  "You cannot help me at all, yet���������"  Lorenz snarled.  "Oh, well," answered Rugglcs re-  assuringly.���������for he felt sorry for  Lorenz,���������"no harm meant, old num.  Girls dou'L always mean just what  thcy say, though. But when it comes  to trade, if I don't make those pikers  out there shut their doors once wc  get going, my name ain't Ruggles,  that's all. And when we're going  some, maybe I can fix it for you���������"  "You can fix nothing for me," ���������  Loren/.'s voice was almost a squall,  ������������������"and I am very busy!"  enz,  Ruggles    bought    an   American  paper at a news-stand    and    walked  -across    to    thc    Avenue du Bois  de  Boulogne,  where  hc  sat  down   on   a  bench to read   and    to    admire    thc  passing throng. Thc latter occupation  was, however, soon neglected for the  former, as thc war    in    thc    Balkans  was just fairly begun,   and    Ruggles  found much to interest him    in     the  accounts  of thc military movements.  Like many men of humdrum occupations, Ruggles loved to read of violence  and strife.    His  favorite  fiction  was of the swashbuckler type, but hc  was    very    fond    of    the    historical  romance    and   had   recently   finished  Sienkiewicz's   series    of    the    Polish  wars,    "With  Fire  and  Sword"    and  "Pan "Michael," than which there arc  no  more  sanguinary  modern   classics  to bc found.   Military   affairs   had   a  fascination for the boy and his readings supplied   vicariously    a    certain  craving in his nature.  (To bc continued.)  THE N������W FRENCH REMStDY. Not. s%-~U������~mv\  *s:ffBSsi^,S5^S3i-r,*sgpJ u������***dto*?������*M������������*  great success, cuftss chronic WKAKKisxa. LrO������s >iuvS  it VIM. KIDHBY.   BLADDER. SISBASKS. BLOOD   TO   ������������������1LB8.   SITHXK HQ. B&UOGISTS or MAIL 31. POST  roUOERA Co. W, BKKKMAH ST.NKW YORKerLYHAHBSft*  ���������TORONTO.   WHITE TOR FREE BOOK. TO DR. LB CUSMI  tasD.Co.H avbrstockro, h AMPSTBAp. Lonoot*;, Sua.  BBrRS'S''31pAOSZ(TASTI*LES9)rORMOV   SASV TO TARS  THERAPIOW &%&&������������������  IB THAT TSADK  MAKKED  p?0**>*4>  'TSSaAIf'OS* ������ OS  as.m~vT.-x~u. AroutsD to ai*. Q~-~i-s-~sssm  llll I.  hi*'.'  A  Mi  in..  fi ���������  .  ui''  St'-. ���������  ;���������  "ini  iir,i  i'lr    ..<���������>!..  no   \-,i' .i.  afi< r thi . job, and I  don't mind tell-  .'.,.,  .,4,:   ������������������_   p.vlty   well  I,', >���������/.. l������..P. .        .4, .,  iii' lied."  "Y������>u  li.v.r.  it. wl.a  "I've  f/il 'u  v.'herc  Ancient Sword  Presented To King  Son and Grandson of Chief of Bahrein Conveyed Tokens.  London. ��������� A picturesque scene  was witnessed at Buckingham Palace  when the son and grandson of thc  ruling chief of Bahrein presented  ancient swords to thc King and conveyed from their chief tokens of  esteem, friendship and congratulations on his recent victory. Bahrein,  which is now under British protection, is situated halfway up the Persian Gulf, and the chief and his people were absolutely loyai (hiving the  war. The Sheikh who visited the  King i.s an enlightened and businesslike individual through whom most  of the British dealings with his  father are   trail sad ed.  Charges Conspiracy  Sir John Hunter Says Contractofi  Padded Pay Roll.  London. ��������� Sir John Hunter, director of factory construction and iron  and steel production under the ministry of munitions, in thc course of  testimony before an investigating  committee on national expenditures,  said that in the erection of works for  thc air ministry, no man employed  had earned thc money he received.  These men numbered 700,000, Sir  John declared, and in some case3  wages were drawn regularly and  charged to thc government for men  who did not exist. Sir John added  that he had found a conspiracy of  government men and contractors,  saying sonic of them w*cre arrested,  but the crown declined to prosecute  them.  GIRLS!   LEMON JUCE  IS A SKIN WHiTENER  ''.ii  ''   lli.i t   botllT''.  ���������- ���������*" ��������� ! 1 . ' '.liil:.'     df.f.uili*.  '.  want  il," Rug-  ���������.:������������������:-.tl:.-. "Th- only  me i:; not hearing  Thcy    must    bc  '..j .....a  up.    You  1j&iftJ������s ������������������**���������'���������'-��������� i:*--" ���������*���������-���������--"���������-���������. V-':.'.���������'���������������������������i. j  *x*'w~' Hruli ��������� Kr.tro your Kyea ;  Strong and I!p..alt..y. ll'  thcy'I ir.--. StiL.il, I..-h,.-,r '  rmT.m.Tye&tm\ !'���������!,���������"' ������������������.'-'���������"-���������?.��������� *"*<������*���������������'������������������  ~-.^m.. L���������.i.C"' '.li.-.j.-.���������.i <��������������������������� "\ ;���������;. i m," ::''.''  y*ji v.t:. ij,r- .V  .."���������"I  TV ,.....���������   ..,  f\  f'iT Tnfunt nr Adult '  At :dl DfiiB-frint*- in C;������n.id.i. Write .<������. l-r.������*-1  Iai V.i,:.V..   rv.-r'-i-" rf*"-**rpy,rMf*f;������.,|l.<i.������.'  J/..'!./,   fohb d   Iii      t;iil   r-.i.tt     nr*;itly  i'l  ������������������ : .>\,\,rt\ ii  m a copy (A "],c  M a  :.."   '.,' ',<���������: -   l'.'.it.-.   it   in      Ilu-     trimV.  .������������������      ���������..:..-   v.-.:���������!���������.    ' !      ������������������/������������������ A     Und' I  ''/  M  I I  Itched and Burned. Scarcely Slept. Cuticura Heals.  0....... i  ,  ������������������PJmpleH affected niy face. They  ���������were large and olwayn fentered, ar?d  ;<;'>���������. tney were i.euueitu uU uvc.  >i'****. rny fnce- They afterwards  b-^d.p"-!turned Into ocalea and  :i~. ft^when they fell off they  left bljj marks until my  'dfafoy'* '"-'��������� Wp1 ���������*���������'"--;���������.-*'���������-���������*���������"- Tli-y  Vr*3^ Itched and burned ao thut  I ttcurcely olept i>t oil.  "1 had been bothered for nearly  two monthn k>efoic 1 nit*ucJ viuhi|_  SuUUpUu, uiiu, L...H. . 1 '....,'. ���������.. '...:.-  boxr.?*- of CuUcnra Ointment with lino  Cuiibum L-yj-u..! I v.-^ii comp*������*.t"-.1y  hfalrd." (Kkfjned) *MIbb 1^. Durno,  St. "Oa-file, Que., June 0, 191B.   r  U:;c Cm'.cure "oa-p, Ointment em..  I Tulr.vim for all toilet purpnisen. -usstm  I    nut tf.*jxTuiutAi p-t-i-p p>t <;-;'..-���������- z.-i, 0".-- [  "j    p-������rl ������n,l  Tilnirt |l(\<lt*������* r0ml-CdLtiS.   "ii.iXxt~0,   {  Ikl.^V. *>. 0<~.x~0,  \4. x,.  I-.''      ���������-'.Lix.-.x-.r'-ll."'*. ?  u,000,iiw,i,iHmi0000^imm^4m4mdm4lmmmarrmidm^mAmlmAmmi4ti0xmamt04X  Increase in Use of Opiatca.  The increase in thc. consumption  of opiates in Canada last year was so  marked that thc Government has  considered it necessary to impose re-  buicli-.rii.-p oa 6iip.h I'upuil;'. They m*".*/  now be brought in only by license.  In 1918 a total of 12/171 pounds of  crude-  opium  war.  imported, while  in  How to Make a Creamy Beauty Lotion for a Few Cents  Thc juice of two fresh lemons  strained into a bottle containing three  ounces of orchard white makes a  whole quarter pint of the most remarkable lemon skin beautifier at  about the cost one must pay for a  small jar of the ordinary cold creams*.  Care should be taken to strain the  lemon juice through a fine cloth so no  lemon pulp gets in, then this lotion  will keep fresh for months. Every  woman knows that lemon juice Is  used to bleach and remove such blem-  ishes as frecklen, sallowner.s and tan  and is thc ideal skin softener, whlt-  ener and beautifier.  Just try iti Get three ounces of  orchard white at any drug etore and  two lcuioms.fiuin lhc i>iutci auu r.ialiti  up a quarter pint of this oweetly  fragrant lemon lotion and massage It  daily Into thc face, neck, arms and  hands.  lhc fiscal  ���������.j.*  eudi  Af-  -li    .11     of  Thc pen might hc mightier than  thc sword, but it isn't in it with tlie  pretty typist.  mi~-m--f~m^t-m--~~",^m  this year it had jumped to thc total  of 3-1,263 pounds. Of powdered opium,  51  pound:.  \*..is imported in 191U ar.d  ip.p-4        III X'ji,. -l    l.4_ tp4.ii.lv. \J I 1.4,4 1     ...i.,..  opium brought In 191S was .$1-18,3-16,  in the recent fiscal year It w.is $534,-  555. Much thc same situation obtain'i  iu i'0(;."rd to cocaine nnd morphine.  If vou don't rvpj-.-l  tn win you will  be an easy lo.<-.i.  CHILDREN NEED HELP  ���������Rnii.-.ln'no'rl.i->mi*i riiroTiPcl-w-Rttltltt  tl'-*"   *'*'-''*"''* '���������'I0  ���������"f   <"l"������"������   4rr   TTttvrttrtttL'HS  of the Intern ill orj-fanj*. My riuccesa-  Sul liomc treatment will lie ������ouud  lielpful. Send uo luoiiey, but  write mc today. My treatment  i& equally Buccci*sful for Adults,  troubled v.'itli xirinr.ry diinctiU?"**!*.  N       li  ..1-.0,    00    mit������.*.f-ni*    m*  Uttipf, Itt. wUliiiuLjiu, wi  Hint  't ~Z vW ������������������iwvv-l-i v>.w ���������MWM*  THE     REVIEW.  ." CRESTON,'     B.     C.  British Labor  Will Not Act  District Branches Refused To  Iaaue  Ballots For Referendum.  London. ��������� Direct action proposed'  by British Labor's triple alliance in  the form of a referendum on political  subjects, is said by the Evening News  to have been killed by the refusal of  the transport workers' federation to  take part in it. The newspaper said  the federation had decided to have  nothing to do with the movement  and that its district branches had refused to issue ballots for the referendum.  The triple alliance is composed of  the railwa.ymen, transport workers  and miners. The alliance on July 23  decided to take a vote of its members on Labor's political demands,  including conscription, Russian intervention,, the release of conscientious  objectors and the use of the military  in labor disputes.  ������������������''������������������������������������������������������������������������'Nj^''^^-* m~���������-r>-.  I  **^L  ii  ii  i  DELICATE YOUNG GIRLS  Sylvester: How did you make Miss  Brown think you were the finest fellow in the world?  Chollie: I sent her nineteen beautiful roses on her twenty-seventh  birthday.  x  HER LftTLE GIRL  HAD DYSENTERY  X JLLlX-rxx-  War Lord's Gift  "The All-Highest War Lord"  was  Need New Red Blood to Give Them  Health and Strength.  Does your daughter inherit a de".*"*  cate organization from you?  anaemia of young girls may b  herited, or it may,, be caused by bad  air, unsuitable food, hasty and irre-  by military law   responsible    for    thc  g"lar  eating,  insufficient  out-of-door  exercise    and    not  enough  rest  -1  Germs flourish in the seams  and joints of ordinary milk-  pails. No matter how carefully you scald and deanse,  you never can be quite sur������  that some crevice does not  harbor a colony which -ssvffl  make trouble later on.  EDDY'S INDURATED F1BREWARE  MiLK PAILS  are 100 per cent sanitary, be- callyindes-txuct*Weu*Theyca3!!i-  cause there are no joints or not be dented and no cracfea  seams to cleanse. They are can develop on the eurfate.  made in oac. piece, f rora wood Rust cannot attack themaad  pulp, under tremendous hy- no ordinary accldcat wiS ������*?  draulic pressure. The hard, them injury. ^They ~~~t so  glazed surface is baked os a** -n..-.rs������**-*r*r>. -p������<"������?������������*..-vi*!  XstrnXJIt   m~   IrUUU -mm*. *.  r.wrrrt.\\rivx\\n.  High temperature, and Is ab- The^ -mil save you labor tio&.  solutely impervioui* to liquids, and in the long run they wfll  Eddy's Milk Pails are practl-     save you money.  The E. B. EDDY CO. Limited  Urn    f ���������#������������������* ��������� mmJmm  Makers of the Famous Eddy Matches  B4  !  airocious policy followed by his  troops in Belgium and Northern  France, even if, to remove any doubt,  he had not written in his famous letter to the late Francis Joseph: "My  soul is rent, but everything must be  put to fire and sword; men, women  and children must be slaughtered."  As for the monstrous doctrine that  a murderer is inviolate in person if  he is a sovereign, it has been obsolete  in England since Stuart days.���������London Daily Mail.  and fj  Costiveness and Its Cure. ��������� When  the excretory organs refuse to perform their functions properly the intestines become clogged. This is  known as costiveness and if neglected  gives rise to dangerous complications.  Parmeiee's Vegetable Pills will effect  a sicedv cure. At thc first intimation  of this "ailment the sufferer should  procure a packet of the pills and put  himself under a course of treatment.  The good effects of thc pills will be  almost immediately evident.  Bowels Moved as many as 25  a Day.  Dysentery manifests itself with  varying degrees of .intensity, but in  well marked cases thc attack is commonly preceded by some amount of  diarrhoea, Avhich gradually increases  In severity, and is accompanied with  griping pains in the abdomen. Thc  discharges from the bowels succeed  each other with great frequency, and  the matter passed from the bowels,  which at first resemble those of ordinary diarrhoea soon change their  character, becoming scanty, mucuous  or slimy, and subsequently mixed  with, or consisting wholly of blood.  Never neglect what at first appears  to be a slight attack of diarrhoea or  dysentery may set in.  Cure the first svmptoms by the use  of Dr. Fowler's' Extract of Wild  StrawbcriT.  Mrs. Jno. V. Tan ton, R. R. No. 8,  Watford, Ont., writes:���������-"My daughter was taken down, two ycars ago,  "with dysentery, and I could find no  help for her until I got a bottle of  Dr. Fowler's Extract of Wild Strawberry.   She was  only two  ycars  old,  and ate  something  different  to  what     .... .      ,  she was used io. She had as many *the* t"ougnt that some people loo  as twenty-five movements a day, and happy because ignorance is b]jss.  mostly blood. We had the doctor  several times, but no relief came until we used 'Dr. Fowler's.' I would  not be without it in thc housc for a  good bit."  Be sure and get "Dr. Fowler's"  when you ask for it. Price, 35c. a  bottle; put up only by The T. Mil-  burn Co.,  Limited, Toronto, Ont.  sleep.  It comes on gradually, beginning  with languor, indisposition tc mental  or bodily exertion, irritability and a.  feeling of fatigue. Later comes palpitation of the heart, headache, dizziness following a stooping position,  frequent headaches and breathless-  ness. In a majority of cases constipation is present.   There may be no  usually    the  but  on  a    greenish-  0*MTAp">i-r*������ \T~?nr~?-i--n5i*.x-'T7 tm. . "C-r***���������*���������*������������������  ���������Jn 1 ������\-\.xK,    V ������_. i i-iA-vjii-pir^a.***. &    -^dXji-xux.ix.fsj.t-A  110  University  Ave.,  Toronto,   Canada  Under the Ontario Department of Agriculture    Affiliated Wife thr. Us'-rsrsifr o! Toronto  Session   Begins   Wednesday,   October   1st,   1919.        Write   for   Calendar j  Containing Fuii Information J  C.   D.   McGILVRAY,   M.D.V.,   PRINCIPAL |  *���������*-������  One little flower to a living man  is worth more than a wagon load of  floral emblems to a dead one.  Minard's     Liniment  in Cows.  Cures    Garget  Did you ever console yourself with  y"v<-\1������*-  great loss of flesh,  complexion takes  yellow pallor.  Cases of this kind, if neglected, become   serious,    but if taken  in time  there is no need to worry. The treatment is quite  easy and simple.    Dr.  Williains'  Fink -fills, which are free  from any harmful   or   habit-forming  drug, are just the   tonic    needed    to  remedy this wretched state of health.  Thou������"h it is not noticeable, improvement actually begins   with   the   first  dose.   As the blood is made rich and  red,    the    palor    leaves      the      f<J-cet  strength  and activity    gradually    return and if the treatment is continued  until   the   last   symptom   disappears,  the danger of a relapse is very slight.  If any symptom    of    anaemia    appears, prudence   suggests    that    Dr.  Williams' Pink Pills should bc given  at  once,  and   the    sooner    they     are  taken   the  more **"* speedily    will     the  trouble be overcome.    You   can    get  these   pills   through    any    dealer    in  medicine,  or  by  mail   at  50  cents  a  box  or six boxes  for 2.50  from  Thc  Dr.   Williams'   Medicine   Co.,    Brockville, Ont.  China At Peace With Germany.  Pekin. ��������� Parliament passed a resolution authorizing the president to  issue a mandate declaring that a state  of war does not exist between China  and Germany. It is considered doubtful whether the mandate will be published until delegates have discussed  terms with German representatives.  A eesfe, reliable regulating  medicine. Sold in three degrees of rtrentttb*���������No. -,%\%  Nc. 2, $3; "No. S> 35 pes bos.  Sold bv all druggists, or sent  prepnid oa -receipt of price..  Free     pamphlet.      Address <  THE COOK CnESICE-r-IE ������G.j'  IQiOHTe, OKT.  (Fti-aeri. -txim..  rki.< rn_'E."8_a_   t>s.t_a  -3  MONEY ORDERS  The safe way to send money by mail is fey  T-i��������� :-.: -o xr   Aruwiu.vu     irnpicaJ.    JXXXJIX^J     ViUGt.  If a man is unable to stand prosperity he should sit down and enjoy  It.  Minard's  Liniment Cures  Distemper.  One on Teacher.  Teacher: There is. not anything  that has throe feet. Everything has  either two  or  four  feet.  Tommy: T know Iwo thin;*;*-. 'b.*..'*-.  got three foot.  Teacher:    What  are  lliey. Tommy?  Tommy: A yard and a three-legged  stool.  Relieves Asthma at Little Expense.  Thousands of dollars havc been vainly spent upon remedies for asthma  and seldom, if ever, with any relief.  Dr. j. D. Kellog's Asthma Remedy,  despite its assurance of benefit, costs  so little that it is within rcacli of all.  It is the national remedy for asthma,  far removed from the class of doubtful and experimental preparations.  Your dealer can  supply it.  Only   Tablets   Marked  With  Cross" Arc Aspirin  Aspirin At All    j  'Bayer  far;!! q+���������������* T^^;������T_o*' HATOft  VY 111   *Ot������U. ~   J.l-L-U.lt-J.110      JlIvaIiipw  If You Don't See the "Bayer Cioss"  on the Tablets, You Are Not  Getting   Aspirin ��������� Only  Acid Imitation  So Tactless.  She: Would you be very miserable  if I went away for a long holiday?  Hc: No, darling, certainly not.  She: Oh, you wouldn't, would you?  Well, then I won't go.  Recover Gold From Ivlined Ship.  Runcrana, Ireland. ��������� Gold ingots  worth ������1,000,000 sterling have been  recovered by salvagers from the  wreok of the former White-Star liner  Laurcntic, which was sunk January  28, 1017, ofl' Fasad Light.  The Laurcntic was acting as a  British auxiliary cruiser when it  struck a mine off thc north coast of  Ireland and sank. Of a personnel  of -170 only 120 were saved.  Aoout tseans  Home-Cooked Baked Beans Are  Delicious������������������  but how seldom tin* beans are  cooked   right.    Sometimes   hard,  soini-tiim-s mushy,    *.oiiietimcs too \vet--or perhaps done   to   a  oi ������������������>���������'.  And  tlie hours  of cooking  they   require    and    consequent  W.tstr   of  expensive   fuel.  N'cxt   time get "Clark's" Pork and Roans.  Tln-v arc alwavr. ready���������just heat and serve, and note:  l-.vt-ry bean m iiiumim ~i~~���������cvci> iKuii wiiuic- >ci cViOij \)ii~  euiikcil    Id   lul fii't irm.  1 In v air sold with three kinds o������ sauce: Tomato, Chill.  Plain: --Ihiv th<- kind you like beat, they are all delicious.  "Clark'.." will In* appreciated by all the family, are most  cioiii.in'u ;il- ---and   save   the  housekeeper   work  and  worn  Lachute,   Que.,  25th   Sept.,   1908.  Minard's Liniment  Co., Limited   Gentlemen,���������Lver since coming  home from the Boer war I have been  bothered with running fever sores on  my legs. I tried many salves and  liniments; also doctored continuously for the blood, but got no permanent relief, till last winter when my  mother got mc to try MINARD'S  LINIMENT. The effect of which  was almost magical. Two bottles  completely cured me and I have  worked every working day since.  Yours gratefully,  JOHN   WALSH.  Poit Arthur, Ont. ��������� A supervised  home for old destitute and sick Indians is being established by tlie Dominion government on the reserve  at Grand Bay, south-west shore of  Lake Nipigon. The home is the result of recommendations by Indian  Agent Brown, who has found it a  great necessity, especially since the  influenza epidemic, on account of the  inability of the Indians to care for  themselves under attacks of tuberculosis.  Genuine "Bayer Tablets of Aspirin"  arc now made in Canada by a Canadian Company.���������No German interest  whatever, all rights being purchased  from the United States  Government.  During the war, acid imitations  were sold as Aspirin in pill boxes and  various other containers. The "'Bayer  Cross" is your only way of knowing  ..        . ...       _ *       _.      A "_".- XMUUU     DLL     mc     AlUtUU3     OUliauca     \JL      uic     4  that you are getting genuine Aspirin, ��������� tcmi     catr,rrhal   Deafness  is   caused   by  proved safe by millions for Headache,  Neuralgia, Colds, Rheumatism, .Lumbago,   Neuritis,   and  for   Pain   r;cncr-  ally.  Handy tin boxes of 12 tablets���������also  larger sized "Bayer" packages can be  had at drug r,torcn.  Aspirin is the trade mark, registered^ in Canada, of Bayer Manufacture  of Monoaccticacidcster of Salicylic-  acid.  Catarrhal Deafness Cannot Be Cured  by local applications as they cannot reach  the diseased portion of the ear. There i������  only one way to cure Catarrhal Deafness, and  that is by a constitutional remedy. HALL'S  CATARRH MEDICINE acts throueh tho  Blood   ou   the   Mucous   Surfaces   of  the   Sy������-  an  inflamed condition of the mucous lining ot  the Eustachian Tube. When this tube is inflamed you have a rumbling sound or imperfect hearing, and when it is entirely  closed. Deafness is the result. Unless the inflammation can be reduced and this tube restored to ' it* normal condition, hearing may  be destroyed for ever. Many cases ol Deafness arc caused by CilavrV., which ir, an inflamed   condition   of   the   Mucous   Surfaces.  ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for any case  of Catarrhal Deafix*-*. that cannot be cured  by  HALL'S   CAT A HUH   MEDICINE.  All  Druggists  75c.     Circulars  free.  F. J.  Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio.  Love may laugh at locksmiths, but  it invariably frn\vn<. on ihr- ftir������iitiire  instalment collector.  Controller Will Not Give Way.  London. ��������� There is apparently  going to he a liyht lo a finish in the  strike of the 200,000 Yorkshire miners. The coal controller told thc  men's leaders il was impossible to  concede their demand.1*. To do so, he  said, would mean a strike in every  coal held in the country for similar  concessions.  No further coiifcrciice wiih a view  of arriving at a settlement have been  arranged. It i:' believed ihe striker-*'  funds will only last another fortnight.  Already a <|uarter of a million pounds  sterling  have  been    spent    in    strike  pay.  For Asthma and Catarrh. ��������� Tt is  onc of thc  chief rccoinmaudalion   of  Dr.   Thomas'  Kcleclru*. Oil that it can  bc used internally with as much sue  cess    as   it can  outwardly  Seventy-Five Per Cent. Wheat  Cot.  Regina. ��������� Harvesting   is   well   ad  vanced, according to reports received  by    the    department    of    agriculture.  Sonic   districts Tcport   00  per  cent,  of  . j the   wheat    crop    cut,    while    others  Sufferers   estimate a third.   Tt i** estimated that  will    find j 75 per cent, of the wheat crop of the  with  25  per  rent,  of  the early  scv-vn  oats.    Threshing will  from   asthma   and   catarrh  that  the Oil when  used according to ��������� nro"v;nc0  ;s  cn.  directions   wiii   give  immediate   rciit-i. |  Many   sufferers   from   these ailments i  have found relief in thc Oil and have   be   general   beiorc   the    end    of   the  sent testimonials. I month.  irry.  r*A'  'I'll.-   (lovet'nuient   legend  on   --very   cui.   i.f  "Claik'i*'   Voile  and   lti*.ins  and  otlier  good  things   guarantees    their   absolute  ri x.XxX:   ! !!V!!TF.n -        - MONTREAL.  a  0400  J.J  D L..LJL. .4 41114.   ,  nnol*i<-t- ilmy ���������with  X t ol( ' >!*.'.   lUt*t*d.  liitf, or l'rotrurt.  lntr l'llp-i. No  aurffto&l oporv  at.Ion rciiu'red.  Dr. Ch&so'a Ointment, will relieve you nt ono*  unit tin flpirtatrily our������ you. "lOo. a iiox; nil  .'..A.-,.:, or JCd-.i-inson. Hs.t,M "��������������� <Jo.. l.ltultert,  Toronto.   Haiiipip-* box troo It you uiouUuii itil*  44... ,,.*,.   44..4..U    .H������P/Pl.P������������4  fl*      I.tn1.1r1   fl,*OP.W    f.f..\  0 ,4)1^  ~   ...   --     ���������     - "  ' - 4. '       W       ' -       01     ' '    ���������    ���������   -  w.  N.  U.  11577  Must Be "Republic of Austria."  Paris. ��������� The supreme council of  the peace conference, it wan announced, ban advised the Austrian  ci clef-rat Ion that the Allied and associated powerc have decided that the  new Austrian government must be  called the "Republic of Austria." This  notc3 From the Austrian delegation  in which they referred io ilicii government aa "Gernian-Austrl.-iri."  These   notes   related   to   proposed'  change-. In the Austrian peace treaty. I  In  sonic  cu*iC*������  tlu. only  .Jui^tion  a.i  llic   ii;ui*.c.p   \-,-~   the   p-h.nigc    ot    -\s~  Aii'.tii:in   f'.iviMunirnl'i  tin me  to  Cer-  iii.ii.-  \u ���������' -. i.i.  ^fci--;  ^J-4.3 THE���������*'  ���������mmMm^.    "^mmmmM ^rftW*^  ���������^fl^-tr-yiqiix-fiwn'fi  "���������.I'^^^'y^pStii-p  K- tmssmmmimm t4t)*M*m.*m  tf ���������trimtim iWW rHU.1 -t-mti H  l*p***j*������ ���������*'*,������-'--   A^*l&**ntl0f*i*l4S*4tmil*Ulx MU. A|U������1������1I,IIW i������lS't.~   "^m ^ AML~luttr^MlXtt0-IIA^ IrSM 4>M r^mrtA^^  4m^m~Wm~ .Mi'-'^i-Mk-^ i������i<wi-**l*i-ii������^ 'Z*Z*i ���������*(* 4.Z-1 mi"imw4~mmk-������*^ **."l6i!Tt ^llXmWfo  ,1V' *t*t>T^' ^ ft-wS^l- RwJI*"  |jWJft������fi'l"^������l^'4^>'ll*l|l T t'^-^'tWWWi^^^^ .Mt-WWi----*-^^ jh*) ^tH},   ���������  \ni tfur fui  Mt 'Wj-Mi - *������m-$���������>������* *1***H'-*--^h ***.   'im^^i ���������������***?!$J^^  " '"*"' "' ................. ������l-M"-*'*^*'taft,'i*WJi^^ ������k*,i|-������?tWfl6������i*^.*p������*ir"'  i^fe^  ������* w--<fi*t������*umw������mw9)x, m4^~-mt������ **.���������.  -HMh*������iMHMj(Mt SmitiiHt  22__J22*22^^  mmmtmmmmmmmM  "���������MMMMttM'-iM^ ii  ���������a-.  II  I".  1  Ml  1  ^?;^:,,-.v:::-.-;:-';v:':-vS:'S;;;;p  THE  CBESTON  One of the distinctive qualities of food  baked with Dr.Prices Cream Baking  Powder is wholesomeness.  This is health insurance of such vital  importance that millions of women  bake at home just to be sure that  Dr; Price's Baking Powder is used.  For healthful food and the -best results in baking? prudent housekeepers  ������-������ iTtroTrp  G-X VV CK,y O  110a  uou  CREAM  e.    -as?* -*  tBTmm     dPSt.     *&***?   "sETm*     t~T^     *B*,ft  ~~-& ss ~~ ~\s~\i a I. \m   ���������  &  -T 0JB. V   jSP~.  __...       _    _._    3   f^l ffl ���������  sj? rp, M.\-k & i^ "-^ji  Ivlacie from Cream of Tartar derived from grapes  v  the letter taking the form principally  of watching performances at the  stampede.  LOST���������On C.P.R. track, on August  24th, lineman's belt and safety strap  and tools; dropped somewhere between miles 70 and 71. Finder please  leave at Mercs-stile store, or with J.  W. Van ess.  C..T. Pembertonof Medicine-Hat,  Alta., who was associated with J. J.  Atbertoti in newspaper work here  about ten years ago, was a visitor to  town on Friday last, on a trip through  to the coast.  F. B. Pearce, the new yice-principal  of Oreston school, accompanied by  Mrs. Pearce, arrived from Revelstpke  on Thursday last. For the present time  they are occupying the Moran cottage  on Gurd   Ave.  R. Sinclair-Smith, who has lately  heen appointed on the "staff of valulat-  ors under the Soldier Settlement  Board, is just back from an official  trip to East Kootenay points, as far as  Tobacco   Plains.  Oreston Vallev . Conservatives are  meeting in open session to-morrow  night in Mercantile Hall to select delegates to the proyincial convention at  Vancouver next month, and tore-organize the local association.  Creston school opens for the fall  term on Tuesday morning next, although it will be a few days later before the new high school building will  be ayaiiable. the plasterer only commencing his work late this   week.  present wooden memorial tablet. The  site has been donated, .and it will thus  be able to-spend all the money subscribed on the monument itself.  Dentistry���������Dr. O. Lille, dentist, of  Blairmore, Alta., will visit Oreston on  Tuesday, Sept: 2nd, and remain the  balance of the week, prepared for any  dental service required.    "While   here   . . -Xr.        PV.U1 Via *r^?*ii"*!-*   $rx7. rx7-.47  Ul.'l'iSilS^*StStaitvo     vv it.      xj\0     USClUv iuj      4/siW  visit each month, remaining several  days.  Haying operations on the flats are  being handled in up-to-date fashion  this year, the man with tbe scythe being practically extinct. H. S. Mc-  Creath reports the sale already of seven new mowers and a couple of rakes.  The same anfount of new equipment  came in a year ago.  isrmae^-sriixi-Aui.a/iim.^a.mmmftgiia  mzmm^tm  'mm  j j|sgH  '-'''-____������__������_������  1 j>.'S55S*S  The Methodist ladies at Vernon took  in over $800   serving   refreshments at  X\���������      X���������.rx    Arxx���������    .xr... r,rx r.r\Sr.Sxx.r. t-* rx���������x     ** ���������_    4-1������ ���������_. _-  '-i-ltr   l. %-pr PJ-14C* V   ^c,-.\rC      VrVZlTJLJ* ixv.xit,   all   uijcilj  town early this month, and are hoping  to have at least $500 profit on the job.  IS nSSiuSli-  . *��������� ~~    ���������>*  Local and Personal  For Sale���������Good family cow,   bargain jfor cash.    Enquire Kevtew.  Miss Ruth   Lidgate is at   Nelson for  a couple of weeks holidays with friends  ill Uliau   city.  Potatoes���������For sale, 14 bags old potatoes, fine for pig feed. Enquire Review Office.  Miss Sybil "White of'Cranbrook is a  Creston visitor this week, the guest of  Mrs. S. Coop.  White Leghorn Cockerls for  sale, from heavy laying sir-Kin. Mrs. J.  Stinson. Erickson.  For Sale���������McCormick mower. 5-  foot cut, |45. Monrad Wigen, Wynndel.  TUrp   dnvxt-r..  A.P.P,    PJk'.rUPr.  ber session of the Red  Cross Society is scheduled for Tuesday  afternoon next.  Miss A. Doyle of the Fruit Growers  Union staff was at her home in Nelson  over the   week-end.  A special meeting of Creston Metho  dist Ladies' Aid is  called   for Tuesday  afternoon at the church.  Miss I. .T. "Wallace of Winnipeg,  Man., arrived last week on a visit to  Mrs. T. M. Edmondson.  Horses For Sale���������Heayy horses  for sale or trade for farm products.  C. R. Paulson, Kitchener.  "Mrs. J. G. Smith returned last week  from an extended holiday with old  friends at Calgary, Alta,  Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Crosthwait and  the two boys were week-end visitors  with friends at   Nelson.  ... ... \!     Lost���������Woven hair saddle blanket���������  Becail.se   We   Will   present   yoii ; |.^w,*en   Olson   ranch and Goat river  with Elegant, and Costly Sil-!br*dse*   Rew*lld*   c. oison, Creston.  vnpr,-*, oh������pW������l-.* F1M7F   ann :     Th('   K{inu> shnotinK se������s"n opens on  , v.i,.������.].- Lxii.AjAxiyAj i i-xiA-, ana Sept   (kht  Mfiwp()n  Bl<os> Mre vvell  Without a   Cent   of  expense   to 'stocked with   all   the    leading lines of  'ininiuniuon.  vou    if   vou    purchase    vour  ~      .   . *.. *���������-    ... *-"   ���������joons  for  cash   from  us.  Kv-ry ���������"���������n.**.*" ���������'���������,������������������*��������� puroU-ism;? woods  *-'������������������<.m ii- i'tir f.-asi.   A'iii r.-cM.-iv.* Silver  wav   ( '<*>'!p'-ri.i.   ���������'���������*"    tick.-ls    t.t>   l.lii-  V llll.'- of lO p'-J '���������������������������lit. <if til*- llllinllllt  ��������� if ������������������'������<;h |jUrf-h.l-<'. ,',l;fl -.Ve plf-rlgi;  < .vr li'i'-iiM-^.'- honor ������'j epiot** our  '���������'���������rv iow������-.*-'t i-.'ish pri'M'S lo nil sim.-Ii  '���������ustotiK-r.1-!.     'Ri.-f-n"* O'oupoll** or tick-   St".S- .ih.n girl-. gray   cloth   skirl  Miss Thompson of the teaching staff  of  (".������������������mbrook    schools,   was a   visitor  her.* hi*-*"   week, tlir- guest,   of   Mva.    S.  ("oop, Victnri;i Ave.  Mrs. Hichnrdsrin of Vancouver is  si'H-mling i few days with Creston  friends, ,-inrl is in. guest, of Mr. and Mr.  and Mrs, ('. 1*", (liirland.  .���������'-<  nl-.-     l-e'leenuiKl'-   a"     the   Hlnrc  Hi  .- 4       < '���������        ' I.     ' ' III . I ���������  I, I I \ 'i r I     I  I I I '    '  rl I I 4>   I I      ,   i : I   ,  ��������� ��������� i        ...44       4    ., ,.  .*���������-.i 1 ���������,'i'i'\s','i re    you     'ii.'.v    "iio( -"���������'������������������    t.o  seie'-t.  ��������� nil' h!'j.'Ct ill iif.,.)'iii<������ I 1 li*?'.- .���������,.���������-  ������������������'"il :i |'t ifli"- i ,\' S I I V.'lA'.'.t I e tree I *i  '.i Mi>������'Ve as ;ui iiif|llfenie|,t, to ulir  i'11-t ��������� iIll'TS       to      eOlieent |;i | e       ;.������ ])       i i f  t lu-it- r-jifih   purchases with um.      We  .lie  .'llll.llleil   thus  lo Mi'i'llir  olir raf.ll  ���������!: .- .v;.' -!; ������������������: p-::- l -��������� ���������-;: ��������� vi  eloel: of goiiils, and a-.- give mir  .���������I i*il oliii'l-is  llui    lielielit,    4,f     ll,(.   .it)  l.������.\*est,    cjihIi     pric-s.     and     !'iirni*ph  f|i"ii'    lioiisen    wirp     i'|.'if:i ni     *j|lver-  l-'ou   S.\r.i.*,--"liri's   flark    navy blue  cloth co.ii  with    brown beuver   collar,  $1.7fi.  l-'niiii ire |{ i<:vii.:av   olYlce.  Ie*.. '!'. .MeCoj'd was al Nelson n  couple of days this week for the full  meet ing of Kootenay Presbytery. Mrs.  Mcf'oril aecoinpanieil him.  Mi-.s Amy hlliiitt of thc niir.sing  :.tr.i)' of t he Mcli.on hospital, in upend-  ing a few ilr-iyw here tins week with  lip'j- mother, Mrs.  J".   C l-'tuitt.  .-!������������������������������������     , in-     tli--.jl.lv      t,i     r,il v i-|- vvji I <���������     hi  M.i v. ������������������on    I'.io*;.    wiiulow.      Tlicse   ur<.  -oiiie of tlie ,ii t icles i In- I inn are giving  .i-   pi i ini ii in ������������������ I (i rash   customer)..  A ;i le.    Ilia.' le   !>>'   a     I'i  "l"  .1 li \-   t'lnl I'ge    I..   y.  I  a I  on    im  II.I l.|e  ��������� ll  111'I     i11so  lll'lll.  I e  i.n-  I i I pe I oiiiii! oe  I le'll l lie'' t U'*'<-Ic  I .1 - I- i'l ���������- or I H i <!���������  1 I-.-  .1 ,   '-.<)<��������� i      I i   I-  Oi  "j m *4 *  Sent  ;      any    <piiiril.it>'    of  I'ring    along    your  A I'-m  a'ipiiiril il >��������� of  lie.       Alex.    Mirahelli.  lo|i ii  i ,n ,i ml  \| ip-p*     '/ji Un  ���������.Mi   i'l!  on  *. i,oil it ? Ioi   i   ���������! Igii i v,  Wli-'iv til".' .1 I'e <|i< M !i l.g I 1|.'  \'r it 11 f. e'l iipi ,liiil I ,i Ip I ug ill I tie  pe(|o.  (   ,i    :.,i, ,1,   ��������� . ,, :   I.i  .PlIiM  Alia,  wi tl  '.turn  ^ I      ( . '4. 4-4 .*���������., ,.'������'*    J-        f      UPMI        -���������>', I .-,,,. 4  H.4H'������( UiyiwiM-bMiMMUHi      M*-** I   fc i wW j.- I  Servlc������   DlHiiritnd   Prices  lie     i  I    I    4    1.-  g.'ll I  I    I    II    I   J.I    I  : :��������� i.i  ��������� iri i ir  I'r.lUt      l\   ill     llOld  I   III II- 'III >'   e VI'-  '��������� |   I ���������' .  ! ���������  . I   .. I i    lit  11  ������������������.liiit Ii,  Sec .  For Sale���������Pekin . dncks. eight  weeks old, $1 each. Also wooden bedstead, mattress and springs, cheap.  Mrs. J. B. Kennedy, Victoria Ave.,  Ores con.  Furniture���������I am prepared to buy  all kinds of used fm-nitute, or other  articles for the second-hand store 1  am going to open in Creston.���������Alex.  Mirabelli.  Erection of tbe main building on the  fair grounds is progressing nicely, and  from appearances it will be available  in good shape fcr the exhibition on  Sept. 27th.  Miss E. McKay, accountant for  the Beattie-Noble Co., Cranbrook,  was here the letter part of the week,  on her quarterly audit of the Cre.ston  Drug & Book Co.  T. R. Maber, a Nelson plumber, is  here this week on a business visit  chiefly for the purpose of installing a  furnace in the residence of R. B. Staples, Victoria Aye.  Merle and Margaret Reid arrived  the latter part of the week on a visit  to Creston friends, their parents, Mr.  and Mrs. R. M. Reid, being now resident at Macleod, Alta.  Mrs. Geo. and Miss Lyda Johnson  are spending the week with friends  at Revelstoke, from where they go to  Victoria, where tbe hitter will -ittend  Normal School   this term.  Monday is Labor Day, a statutory  holiday, when all' business places in  town will he closed. The general delivery wicket at the postolYlco will be  open from 8.30 to 4..10 only.  Wat..NINO���������The two Iiovm who rli-ow-  to Eby's ranch in a two wheel cart,  and broke a lock and turned their  horse in on my garden, please take  warning.   Fred Smith, Creston.  Jas, Adliird, who recently purchased two acres of W. B. lDnibree's section of the I.arfon ranch, has the excavation under way for a commodious  residence he proposes erect ing thereon'  Mr. and Mrs. S. fl, l'**nr<.m-in, Geo.  Mawson and Clark Moore were at  Crnnbrool. a couple of days this week,  i  tilUiiim   ill   ,.   lillll.i      W Ilic'i       w.i.p   |)].l,yi|i^  lalhreeihiy   stand   at   the   divisional  j eh-y.  I     During the week   three now phone...  ��������� have I n inspilleil by thc local telephone ( Ni.   The   iii'w   HuliHcrilicrs arc  ; A.  I). I'ochin al  ('anyou, A.    I'".    I'e-ll-  . son at Ki ielvson. ami H. <J. Knrrriian,  town,  i     l'l'.'iM'.r,.', .'iiANr-.*    I'Vir sale-, restau-  1 rant, fruit  ami I'onl'i-cl ione'iy biiaine'Ss.  I land! nine   monthly   turnover.    (Hooel  reir-on for (."lliii^.     l-'ull |iart icnlar.*. to  I- ie'      !!!���������       '.!.>.���������..,.      White     Lunch.  ('!.'      to,'..  I ' ���������   ���������'"'���������      I'.<���������'. .Hi   ,111,1      |{.       W.illllI'liV  .11 e  '���������pemling I lie  u e,|.   in   < ',i||'ar\'.     All a.,  ���������U. Jf������.  Vjrai'iai"l<J, USO.  .KiiinSOji o.mi    xii.  G. Gibbs haye been named a committee, with power add to their number,  for the purpose of handling the ba n-  quet and other features of the Nelson  business men's visit here   on fair day.  Floyd Rodgers is a business visitor  at Spokane this week, securing equipment for the Peekin moving picture  theatre, which is now about ready for  the installation of the picture machine  and the power and  lighting   systems.  At last definite word has come that  Rev.__G. A. Hamilton, the new Methodist pastor, will be hex*e to take his  first seryice on Sunday, Sept. 7th, at  both Creston and Canyon, preaching  here for the first time at 7.30 on that  date.  . Whoever happens to have the book  Shirley of the government lending  library will confer a favor by returning it at once to Mawson Bros., who  are anxious to at once ship back the  present lot of books which havejbeen  here now for several months.  The committee in charge have decided to place the Soldiei-s Memorial  on the same site as is  occupied by the  The Canyon. Auto Livery  solicits your business  Phone  In order to conserve moisture to the best advantage land  must be fail, ploughed, and the  deeper the better. This work  cannot be attended to too soon  either.  Commencing July loth I will  lie prepared to undertake the  ploughing of small <ir large  tracts with the new Cleveland  tractor.  Two-furrow plough. All  work done in the order it is  booksd. Charges made known  on application.  W. V. Jaekson -Creston  ~Zxl  Owing to the  Unusual  Conditions  which prevail this year it  is possible that all fruits  will mature much earlier  than in other seasons.  It will he to the mutual advantage of all ship-  pens to keep us accurately informed as to th.9 condition of all crops.  This is especially true of Plums and Pears,  Kanchers will be inclined to leave these too long on  the trees, hoping to increase si/e, with the result  that there will be losses due to shipping.-* overripe  fruit.  BOlWySS  LIMITED  Protect Your FORD  with a  Defender Thief-Proof Ford Lock  ? ./v*! *���������'*���������. th'"' T>*>**r '���������'���������'fi l/ii^'l.'o tlio ("if-'iii'ir  covering the switch.  Dolies thc thief. Cannot, bo picked.  KKPAMi-S (MLS  ���������rtfi ku\ 0*~s\ M iiriito*-*  HH H 4... 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