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 /  | V     JUL 1 2 1920  /  -*'  Provinci������l Library  :./'  ap!21   !  Vol. XII.  ORESTON, B. C, FBIDAY, JULY 9, 1920  No. 19  Lister  the  on  G T������Trt xt\ Ctr\������  This week it is H. Christiansen that  is receiving the congratulations of the  camp. A brand new baby son arrived  on Saturday morning, Mrs. Christiansen being a patient at Miss Candy's  marternity hospital at Creston.  The Dominion Day dance on Thursday night at the school under Ladies'  Auxiliary auspices, was one of the  most enjoyable of the season. There  was a fine turnout, and a good finan-  _:_1 ,1_!������1. ill a. J>  cia,i   icojioieac,  wuium    niu    *^*j    eroivaru  tiie pltfi.no tiiuu. _  A crew of men is busy this week  laying the pipe line for a water supply  for the camp. Water is being taken  from the south fork of Floyd Creek  and good progress is being made at  pipe laying.  Eyerything is running well at the  sawmill, and   under the direction   of  mill superintendent Monk the cut of  lumber   is well  u*"1   to   expectations  both as to quantity as weil as quality.  A new blacksmith shop is under  constauction this week, on a lot almost  opposite the store.  Walter Brown ha9 just recently arrived from England and is making an  extended visit with his sister, Mrs. D.  Chalmers.  The Sunday school was closed down  at the end of June and a vacation will  be taken for the months of July and  August.  Another meeting of those directly  interested in the hay situation was  held   on   Saturday   night,  when   all  an-ivor-irramntLni:���������  -arfLT.fx (r������rt*-m*s-������!<*,S*.roe*-S fn** nnt-.m  ��������� xm. x-..0 ��������� --  ��������� ��������� -J ^ -~~ -.    -~������     xrtrtm  ting a supply  ior   the   residents ofr  Kootenay Flats.  The annual school meeting is called  for the schoolhouse on Saturday night.  Trustee Bagshaw's term has expired  and it will be necessary to elect a successor, along with an auditor  C.P.R. Supt. Maharg of Cranbrook,  was A-caller here on Monday, taking  a look oyer the area. He was quite  taken with the planting of potatoes  on felu> ��������� ^pecin^*^^*-;^^  the good showing of spuds on this  year's breaking.  Friday evening saw a meeting of  those interested in the organization of  a local of the United Farmers of British Columbia, with_J. McGee presiding. Among the speakers was Frank  May, who gave some facts and figures  U.F.  organization.      A.  R.  of Oreston s^oke briefl**7, on  the advantages accruing from having  a branch of the organization. Some  of the others who took a hand in expressing views in the matter were  John Davis, N. Stones, Jos. Bell and  Jas. .Tory.  Mr. Dobbyn. who has been in charge  of Lister school since its opening late  last year, left the latter part of the  week for Nelson. He will not be returning, having handed in his resignation to the trustees.  Frank May fie Sons are busy now-  stacking their first cut of alfalfa this  season, which is running to about 2������  tons to the acre.  Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Phillips and son  motored oyer from Calgary, Alta., the  latter part of the week, and spent a  few days on their ranch here. Mr.  Phillips states that the roads are considerably better than last year.  A new house is in course of erection   ^i--  e^i������������������ du:ii:-~ ������������������ ������������������l- -Ur.-...       tx  Vjrll   LAIVZ    rO-pr-C-C Vf    A.  XIHtlXA^V  XxXXtLlxx   XI*=XK-.        JLV  will be a six-room structure. While  the carpenter staff of the L.S.B. are  there they will also build him a new  garage.  Mrs. Vincent Lidicoate has just  returned from a week's holiday with  friends in Cranbrook.  S6380 for School  Use Next Term  "Pitfalls of a Big City" is a truly  remarkable photoplay. This William  Fox production, which will be at the  Peekin on Wednesday, July 14th,  gives a wonderfully realistic picture  of the seamy side cf life in a great  city. It is an interesting study of the  world Of thieyes and pick-pockets and  crooks in general, and as true to life  as skilled hands could make it.  The director spent several weeks investigating slum districts and study  the annals of crime, so that he might  give a true version of this phase of  life.  Gladys Brockwell, as the heroine.  gives a remarkable portrayal of a woman crook who has resolved to be  honest and who stands by her resolu-  i~&2&-~\-*~'pe!b������'--������z&-s^ ��������� *,-Tho- ptoy-  abounds' in thrilling situations, and  carries a moral that all who run may  read.   It is a true morality play.  $6380.00 is the amount the ratepayers will be asked to vote on Saturday  night, at the annual school meeting,  for the good and efficient conduct of  the Creston high and public schools  for the next twelve months. This  was the decision of the trustees at a  special meeting on Monday night,  Which was convened for the purpose  of preparing the estimates for next  year. Chairman Jackson presided at  the meeting, and all the trustees were  in attendance.  Including the, cost of building and  equipping the nevf. high school which  was opened last October, the total expenditure for school purposes last year  was almost $8000���������the new high  school getting away with approximately $2700 of this amount. Another  $3240 was required for teachers'  stipends, while a matter of $665 was  required to reinburse the janitor for  services rendered througheut the year.  In connection with the school  finance it is only fair to say that due  to the ratepayers voting $1000 more  than was originally asked and the  receipt of a considerable amount of  long in   arrears   taxes   the  board at  ��������� ......X        C  Jt ..      :^ ��������� .*J0     . ,!X*-        * ,-r.^        JL,   yicacnv   Liiiitsi   iiaicu.   vvie/ii    us-svtn:   L.I1UU  $4000 cash on hand. Should the meeting be economically inclined and  decide to put that surplus to work at  once a vote of about $2000 will suffice.  No schedule of salaries was presented at tbe meeting oh Monday night,  though letters were read from Messrs.  Smith, Pearce and Brousson in which  they agreed to remain for another  year provided a raise of 10 per cent,  over last year's salaries is accorded  them, and this the trustees have readily consented to. For the two lady  teachers required, however, it is felt  that better than a ten per cent, raise  over last year's salaries will be required.  past month here with her sister-in-  law, Mrs, H= F. Packman, returned to  her home in Calgary on Sunday, but  expects to make a return visit next  month.  During this hot spell most everybody spends any spai-e time they have  disporting themselves in the slough.  The slough and the ice cream are the  coolest things in town.  T. W. Davies, who a short while ago  underwent an operation for appendicitus at Calgary, Alta,, returned on  Saturday, and we are glad to note  that he is again showing his oidtime  health and good spirits.  Manager Allen of the. Imperial  Bank, Creston, was a business visitor  here on Tuesday.  Slird&B*  Official announcement is made this  week that the C. f .R. has decided to  locate a station agent here permanently. Bids are now being asked  among the employees eligible for the  job, and it is expected the new agent  will be installed by the 25th at the  latest.  Work was commenced this week on  the new Union warehouse, a small  force of men having commenced excavation for the cement foundation  pillars.  Mrs. A. G. Steyens of Wetakiwin,  Alta.. is here on a yisit to her sister,  Mrs. John Graham. Her daughter.  Lillian, and Miss Hazel Walker, also  of Wetaskiwin. are with her.  Miss Ruby Palmer o*  is expected" home this  summer holidavs.  Regina, Sask.,  week foi-  the  SatvUrday'm Show  Fob Sale���������Late cabbage plants;  late Flat Dutch Ballhead and Round  Heart, 75 cents per 100. Mrs. J. Stinson, Erickson.  NELL SHIPMAN in  Story by JAMES OLIVER CURWOOD  A Story of the North Taken in the North.  DON'T MISS A GOOD SHOW  ADULTS 75c.        CHILDREN 25c.  ONE SHOW, starting at 8.30 Prompt.  the first showing ih thisTx;itv of "Tbe  Outcasts of Poker Flat" at the Peekin  Theatre, Saturday, July 10th. True  -they will participate in spirit and in  shadow only, but a person need not be  present in the flesh to perform a certain function or execute a wonderful  bit of art. This combination namely  includes the master work of the be  loyed author. Bret' Harte, whose "Outcasts of Poker F[at" in book form has  shone brilliantly throughout these  many years and now that it has been  filmed "will live forever. Added to  this is the artistry of the famous star,  Harry Carey, who dt picts the role of  John Oakhurst, the honest gambler in  the story.  Bret Harte used to say "the critics  saw a heap of things in my stories  that I never put there." From all reports the picturization of "The Outcasts of Poker Flat" required additional scenes and atmosphere that, to  be sure, Harte "neyer put there," but  if the great author were alive today  the producers feel certain that he  would highly elated over the liberties  taken with his brainchild by scenario  writer- II. Tipton Steele and director  Jack Ford.  The annual school meeting is called  for Saturday night when it will be  necessary to elect a new trustee as  well as an auditor. R. B. Staples has  had the latter position, while it is I  hoped Roy Telford will be reelected  trustee to succeed himself���������his three-  year term having expired.  Norman and Eric Craigie, who are  working in theeAemw'-Ii^-^v^o^oiiv;  were here for a few- days last week,  returning on Sunday.  The most ticklish phase of the irrigation system construction was successfully negotiated last week when  the foot bridge to carry the pipe line  over the Goat river near the Canyon  was completed. A space of about 70  feet had to be bridged.  Miss Marion Swanson arrived on  Friday to take charge of the Dominion  Express office here until the permanent agent arriyes. Shipping so far  has been well up to last year's standard, when the lateness of the season is  taken into consideration.  -Kitchener  Jack Cameron has the distinction of  being the first Sirdar citizen to fare  forth on a holiday trip in his own  auto. With Mrs. Cameron they embarked for Cranbrook in their Ford  last week where they will spend a  week with friends.  Bon Whitesides is spending a few  days this week at Cranbrook on a  business visit. In his absence T.  North is in charge of the yard engine.  Mrs. Whittier and family and Mrs.  McGill were arrivals here last week,  and will occupy the Aspey cottage for  the next two months.  Rev. J. S. Mahood had quite a good  turnout at the morning seryice at the  schoolhouse of the Church of England on Sunday. It is the first time  in half a dozen years church has been  held here in the morning.  Misses Marion and Ruth Swanson of  Creston, and Miss Stella Swanson  Spokane, were caliing on Sirdar  friends a couple of days last week.  Fraser & Co., expect to have all the  work on the new slip cempleted this  week, and will leaye immediately for  Yahk where they will put in new coal  handling equipment.  Despite the troublous times in Ireland Mayor Daly is easily the coolest  man in town these days, as well as  being quite the local Beau Brunimell  in his khaki Palm Beach suit.  Mrs. Jones of Kuskanook was here  for church service on Sunday reports  residents there enjoying 1920 potatoes  as well as green peas. It wiii be a  couple of weeks before new murphies  will be ayailable here.  Sid McCabe was a Cranbrook yisitor  a few days last week with Mrs. McCabe, who is now a resident of that  city.  Mrs. McBurney and children of  Cranbrook are visitors here at present,  at the C.P.R. Hotel. Dick is also an  occasional caller, haying one of the  passenger runs at present.  ^PMrP^^JgWJSxJ^ctot* .of Battrum,  Sask'., are'visitoi^s^t'Si^ar'a'c' present,  guests of Mr. and Mrs. Loasby.  Last week preved the hottest  weather Sirdar has been favored with  this year so far, but at that the heat  had no effect on the enthusiasm of the  local anglers who have been making  nice catches of fish right along.  Although the flood period is supposed to be past Mayor Daly informs  iis that the water is still coming up���������  the water guage at the Landing showing a rise of one iuch on Wednesday.  Even in these dry times it can honestly be said that a water guage is about  the only liquid container our mayor  takes any special interest in.  A benefit dance will be held at the  Paulson-Mason store on Saturday  night, July 24th, for Charles Lapointe,  who lost his leg a few weeks ago.  For Sale���������6 h.p. Big Chief gosoline  engine in perfect condition; 1 horse,  broken single, double and saddle;  two Shorthorn milch cows. Ashley  Cooper, Wynndel,  DEPARTMENT of PUBLIC WORKS  OF  Tl I  -p-  Notice is hereby given that in accordance with tho provisions of tho  "Highway Act" the Huh; of the Hoad is as follow---:  In   Traffic   District   No.   1,   KEEP TO  THE LEFT  hi   Traffic   Oiritriet   No,    ?.,    Kb HP   TO  Tiff?   VtlOUT  on and after July 15tht 1920  The Haiti tralllc dititricta are more particularly de-scribed in .Section tt  of the "Highway Art Amendment. 1020," and shown on Hole of the Road  Map-*, pouted in public building-**-. Hy Order,  Wynntfeff  The dance at the schoolhouse on  Saturday night while purely looal was  quite a success, all in attendance reporting a good time.  We wore surprised to hear that  Creston with the help of Wynndel  lost out bv the odd run at baacball at  Nelson on Thursday last.  Alex. Cameron got back from his  tiip to Coleman on Tuesday.  Mrs. T3. Williams arrived on Tuesday from Blairmore, Alta., and expects to make quite a stay here.  Thc strawberry harvest, is now in  full swing, and with the prevailing  line weather and an abundance of  pie-Ue*"!* the o-rower*"* ure* likely to *������ot,  their crop oft in good shape. The first  carload went out on Wediiewlay,  The new overhead irrigation systems were seen in action over the  week-eiul, and the iarmers claim it is  the l:esl thing yet, nature being tin-  only thing to rival it.  Mike Callaghitn   and   Pete Wallace  ieiut.ua   on   ouiiu.i}   imai  ferine ac.  com pan*  Third International  MINING CONVENTION  at   NELSON   on  JULY 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 1920  Prospectors and Mine Owners  Don't   miss   this  display your samples.  greatest  opportunity   ever   offered    to  During   Convention   the   foremost  addresses of absorbing interest.  authorities   will   give  J. II.  KING,  Mini* tei- e.f Public Worldi.  I������e[)l.  Of  I'  Vie'l eiriu.  eilelie  Works, I'ltrliatnent ltldgi<,  U.<\. Juu,- 10. l'-V.-n.  ed by their -linter.*), who are on  the -strawberry packing utalf at O. ,1.  Wigen's.  MIhk     Alice     Carr,     the     obliging  "central" at Creston   telephone* oilice  paid t Iiim r-it.v a tlvinir v'yAt. e������i* *T-i<....i..y  The United Furim-i'M meeting at the  n(*he)e>lhemne*  on   Saturday   night was  All  tho  most  up-to-date  mining will bo on view.  of  machinery and appliances for  A -splendid  Sandon,  Kaslo,  tour or   the .Slocan,  Silvertou, New Denver.  Aiiirsworlli, etc., mining country   is arranged.  Ladies sire particularly invited, and  a big  pnigraiiuno of  entertainment, in planix-d for their benefit.  liequontly  t j*mnt* :*e*( ed.  yery   little    but.iuet.n    win;  Mrs. F. Pack man, whei ban i.penl, the  Kiuli  attend.  nunc   investors   and   hankers   irom   all   parts   will  Never before in history has there heen such a chance to combine profit, pleasure and instruction.    YOU CANNOT  AFFORD TO MISS in  Prospectors are  display  specially requested to send in specimens for  -Particularly those from recent finds.  A   i I ir iy     j'x .     yjlrLxALALxrA,     t II  y . ~ -d A H 4 4 li  *M*--  i-^tfi-att*-^  ^t***ki-*J*J-**W^^  N>*>'Wt'UM''U<>-M  \m&m&si-mfm!Lt tMttrMtf**W  f      rt 0.1 .^.MwMledAMUMMMU-4, HIMiU 1 l4iM- VLL-UJihMl.ll.lltllll U,l.~l~S������mr~mm^������Ml4kum~ i.*.IX^H^4l^i������jJ^lJilLMllteili*m''*lt!4-  mfkut*  -yW-W *-yJ ���������*���������**������* it-Mi 'VV������*'������,J- mdKv~.^-\~-m~-xr~-jJ-i.^~ti ~%),~t ' (J��������� s^-i&AUK ~.:ilmmv, -  ZL'Ir.i ���������*��������� Xt-'- ���������>*���������*. Jt-.rri  KLVJr.yjf-VJjmt.tU-x  5... *^-Ci������Ke*WW^r-1.  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To be always "in good spirits, to  enjoy your meals, to sleep well and  havc lots of energy to work with,  use Dr. Hamilton's Pills regularly.  No medicine for general family use  so good, sold everywhere in 25c  boxes.  r  ii  -t-~<s  W������     ggtliiJJm  Kl       BB m>p ^f -*-^   ---^���������^v     mmp xm-*'     v  ��������� BY ���������  ARCHIE P^McKISHNIE  Printed    by    Special    Arrangements   with   Thos.   Allen,  . Toronto, Ont.  % ==_,#  (Continued.)  JLaPeer smiled and patted the  brown stock of the difle. "Maybe"���������  hc chuckled ��������� "maybe I shoot dam'  well.    I duuno."  CHAPTER II.  Daddy Farney was dying. He lay  stretched on a cot of furs, his glazing  eyes fastened to the: liny window covered with oiled moose skin as though  his last look would be on the sunlight he had always loved with a  natural-borf-f Goodman's devotion.  Thc peaceful expression very often  seen on the faces of those who die  from gt:nshot wounds cloaked the  ragged hardness of the face of the  man who had been a trapper for fifty  ycars, and more or less a defier and  violator of ths law ever sir.ee hc had  been able to set a trap.  In the rack of deer-prongs close  abov-* his head rested his rifles, a  ���������on;- mv.^zle-ioadmr: o::e and a shorter rcp;".t*ri' ct modcr. design.  K:'C'*".** .'.\r s:uok-?y c-jiling', attached  to peg3 drive:-: into the log scantlings  -j.-.r.c?.'-.-. ot dried veni-ion and  '��������� uor.L A!:h"i;:ch thc month  .. d-.-.-. :': :': * ���������-���������-.-tr=!d���������?. br.hny.  '?���������-���������'-.���������-. Ur:, ia-; *- a hickory lo*.**;  :���������*;-.-*; ? ��������� *-*.'ddv ���������e-inci1.e..*s send-  :'. r ���������������������������?.������������������ j-J.-'-r ���������'���������..'t ':cerned to  .:!'".i'.''--iy :-��������� :'?.'��������� <::\..lv.i-t] r-low  : -' <���������������������������-.���������.���������:���������': :!:*'*'***: !'      -he-  1-���������.**".*<  '.r.   i.  Wis  1*1"*. *?'  ���������V  ; ..-   ������������������'.-?,   .us  bv    ..." p**-!*-  l : .-.      ;.i;''*  -. ���������?.:���������)[)���������: *  !:*;*i!  -,: h '���������  e-JCr*"'  .ii!*.;".'���������-  '*..  ���������'���������'IT        '    -  .'.p.       ���������������������������>������������������      ]���������-?'������������������  ���������       ���������:���������'������������������  v ������������������:, ' -j. -���������  rhr   ii        Miii'ii' .*,-  ���������;'*''  "'  >ll,     D.ed'"      *     '  i.itf      ,irir*| il' i* !r'|; ,'���������  x\'.n'jy   ',     i'-r"!ii.;r  lf,<i'\:   '      Cr     I'J' '.       ' ! I I  I>:���������--���������*iii*.     ���������������������������' ���������;���������]���������   Pj-  [rr,i)r- ''���������!!    r'i:  r-      . i ! i . *  .fi."  I   !     * V   I 1  "Dad," cried the boy, "who did it,  d'ye think?"  A faint smile flickered across thc  greying face.  "That's hard to say, son," hc  answered. He gave a long sigh and  lay still, breathing in short, weak  gasps. "What do you 'spose is keep-  in' 'em, son?" he whispered. "I gotta see Dorkin afore 1 cross over; I  jest gotta see him that's all."  The boy went to the door and  threw it open. A breath of fragrant,  wood-scented air entered and brushed  the drawn, clammy face of the dying  man.  "Adder-tongues*," he whispered, a  smile flickering across his 'lips, "adder-tongues an' vi'lets���������the blue birds  will be twitterin' an' buildin' ��������� the  partridge will be strummin' on the  ridges, rushes pokin' their green noses from the sballer-s. Gawd, oh,  Gawd, how I hate to leave it all!"  The boy heard and gave a shuddering voiceless sob. His eyes sought  the wide forest. "They're comin' up  the. trail now, dad," he cried. "They  will bc here right soon."  '"Will they, son," returned the father eagerly. "Well, then, you go down  an' meet 'em an' hold Waller outside  thai* with you awhile. I gotta see  Dorkin alone."  "All right, Dad; another drink afore  I go?"  "No, mithiu', nuthin', 't all. I've  got the taste of new leaves an' wood-  blossoms in my mouth, Dannie.  Maybe it'll last 'till I go;- It's a heap  better'n water. You slip along an'  send Dorkin in here."  He lay, with ryes closed, as the  woodsman entered. The sunlight had  slipped away from the glazed window; the fire had died to a, smouldering heap. Outside, a freshening  breeze stirred the* fir woods, as low  in thc heavens spread a widening canopy oi cloud. Dorkin knelt besides  ihe couch and lifted one of the old  man's hands.  'Daddy Farney," he said sympathetically, "this is hard luck."  'It's comin' on to storm, ain't it,  Dorkin?" asked the trapper, opening  his eyes. "I fancy I hear them old  trees  a-grievin'."  "Yes, Daddy, it's going to storm."  "Wall, that's all right. I allers  reckoned I'd like to pass out of this  wild world I know so well was cryin'.  It's better than havin' to trek across  when the sun was on the leaves an'  thc birds were singin'."  Dorkin was silent.  "Let me havc a look at thc wound,  Daddy," he said at length; "maybe I  can do something."  "Look all yc* like, but yc can't do  nuthin'," whispered the trapper.  Dorkin gently unwrapped the clumsy bandage from about thc wound,  which lay low down behind thc  shoulder. Tlie heavy soft-nosed bullet had gone clean through, leaving a  gaping hole. Onc glance was sufficient for him to realize that there was  no earthly help for the trapper. Gently In.-, it-placed the bandage, and sat  looking dov-T. at th.- ashing face before him.  Th*-*. trapper opened his eyes and  fayu*::i-.'i them upon Dorian's face.  ".! vv'.-.:-: to .spr.-ik to you 'bout "Wilier,"  hr*. said. "I know you're a square  rnr-.r, an' when I go I want you to  look arter her.    Will yc do it?"  Ji.- ;ukod the question with a dir-  ���������**������������������::!.���������'������������������/.������������������ that had always beoi a st.re.<ng  e.'.::a!'..i*;.n'ir.i;.c  of him.  "H-uv-iv," n-i*":*v.''Tv"d D'>r**.in Mine-hly,  "ii   JJ,:'   w'u.li   it,  Daelely."  "Wiiil,   1   do   wish.   it.        .   wish   it  ��������� '-���������������������������  *   . i ...   ������������������     ' . o*"1d  ir������.*j"!-i'.;. i.o dvi'i* thai* and lift up  jt,r "nt���������... ..kin in '.i.f eveni-ir. You'll  fi i.i .*, '. ir.flooj* :.:*.' t:n<h*>' that door  ; ,.:'.' :-.,��������� ' ���������>. *e.'.���������.'. .I a ���������*.' Li ing il iii-ve.''  T* i- ��������� , : mi Ic. !���������."'.'!���������', utie*ily fy.hnusl -  ��������� , .-,,: ������������������ ..T; [ icvhii*. rc'ti'.nicd from  - ' ; > ��������� i'.- ere!".*, in1' mind was  v    ���������;������������������'.*,.���������   ���������        i'jJ.    n|'"r.    t'n-".    pre;:.ure  i ���������    ; .    ���������      *,   ii ,mi    ,      ii'i.    i. .i 1111    Uri    l u i  '    ���������    -     .*.,,*     ���������- ,���������   .1..' i..    inm   d-.-jft'  1  r      * * ' ' .'   ' '    ' ��������� '  i ���������    '. ,  i*   ;��������� ',,   :   .���������   nr. *,  i'.i..  ,'  Ir*.-'       '   '.'���������!*  the woodsman. "Dorkin," he said,  finally. "I've been a right bad man  in my day, onc *.vay an' another���������I've  .stole from thc traps of other trappers, played hell with thc rangers,  fooled the -government, done lots of  things I ain't proud of: vou know all  that?"  Dorkin  was  silent.  (To bc con twined.)  Sunday Motoring Barred  In Switzerland motor cars will not  be allowed  to  run    during    daylight  hours    on     Sunday   from   May   1   to  September 20. This regulation is intended to enable people who do not  own automobiles to take their holiday excursion without being annoyed  by dust.  Protect the child from the ravages  of worms by using Mother Graves'  Worm Exterminator. It is a standard  remedy, and years of use havc -enhanced its reputation.  The new telescope of the Mt. Wilson Observatory in California is a  quarter of a million times more powerful than the human eye.  GIRLS! DRAW A  MOIST CLOTH  THROUGH HAIE  _ ^r~rm-tm-  r    _ -  |MPERIAL Parowax is Mother's best preserving time helper.  It -saves her time and labor and guarantees the luscious  natural flavor of her preserves���������a perfect air-tight, safe and  sanitary seal.  \#^*%  Let *T)anderine" save y&xs  fealr and dougI������  its beauty  ���������a pure refined white wax, free from odors, colors and all  Impurities. No chemicals or acids. The eafc method to preserve fruit dainties.  In the laundry it saves time, labor and wear and tear of fine  clothes. It loosens the dirt, bleaches the clothes, and adds  lustre to ironing. ..- ���������*���������  Sold by good dealers everywhere.  "���������MADE   IN CANADA"  19  Oh, girls, such an abundance of  thick, heavy, invigorated hair; a perfect mass of wavy, silky hair, gloriously fluffy, bright and so easy to manage.  Just moisten a cloth with a little  "Danderine" and carefully draw it  through your liair, taking que small  strand at a time; this magically removes all dirt, excess oil and grease,  but your hair is not left brittle, dry,  stringy or faded, but charmingly soft,  with glossy golden gleams and tender  lights. The youthful glints, tints and  color arc again in your hair.  "Danderine" is a- tonic-bcautifier.  Besides doubling thc beauty of the  hair at once, it checks dandruff and  stops falling hair. Get delightful  Danderine for a few cents at any drug  or toilet counter and use it as a dressing and invigovator ao told on thc  bottle.  Chinese Adopting English  Au explorer who recently returned  from China, states that wherever he  went hc discovered that the natives  were beginning to regard the English people with g'reater favor than  ���������was usual in the past. In Chinese  schools for sonic ycars past the Arabic numerals have been in use. The  figures 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, T, 8, 9, are  infinitely easier to learn thau the  cumbersome Chinese figures and as  both arc taught in the schools, it  stands to reason that the young John  Chinaman are going to favor thc easier method. The Braille system is  in use in China for thc blind, who,  owing to the prevalence of leprosy,  are common iu that country.  Antique Grain Will Not Grow  The stories about tire germination  of wheat and other cereals, found  wrapped with ancient Egyptian mummies, are declared to be fictitious by  the United States Department of Agriculture. French tests show that  grain more than a few years old will  not germinate. German tests indicate  that when seeds are kept under ideal  conditions, wheat, barley and oats  may germinate up to eight or ten  years, but few if any grains, are alive  after twenty years.  A Pill That is Prized.���������There hnve  been many pills put upon the market  and pressed upon public attention, but  none has endured so long or met with  so much favor as Parmeiee's Vegetable Pills. Widespread use of them  has attested their great value, and  thcy need no further advertisement  than this. Having firmly established  themselves in pubHc esteem, thcy  now rnnk without a peer in the list  of standard vegetable preparations.  4******-*. mm BB BR BS^attW You   aro  &oe  ||  ft H_ Ira������-3  f|    experiment-  B m B BT8 hIhB ������JI ing when  SLSfiL. S^SllS ������ll yoif use Dr.  ���������<WFMmm waniB ������ (base's Ointment for Eczema anft Skin Irritations. It relieves at once and gradually heals tbe skin. Samplo box Dr.  Chase's Ointment free if you mention this  paper and send 2c. stamp for postage. 60c. a  box: all dealers or KUmanson, Bates & Co.,  Limited, Toronto. ^  Tlie S-outfl of n Piano is  ������������&<& Acilon     Insist upca  ���������&&*%:$&   ~\r~m&~siz  ���������mxtst m m..*-.  ~T~UmJ-%H--  a j-XfmrettxmsMZ*.  AVAAVW4P  ..-.T.ijji'xj.'VAmVrJLmrxij^mmxg,,^  Vrovide the only means hy which you can keep an absolute-- accurate check on your sales. Thr  new luxury tax. arid sales taK makes it necessary to keep such a record. We make f;dc������; books  s-.iit-.ib1c.  for  any li'"*  of busmens,  with  either duplicate or  iriplicatc copies.  TRIPLICATE  BOOKS  There Is a heiivy demand just now for triplicate books. Wc uiakr a great variety of ti'ip-  iii'.;..'���������.<-*  hooks,  both   in   ao-pariilc  carbon   .e.ti  and   blaci: oack st.yi*?.  Write us for sample aud price*-, before plat.-inK your >i-"m order, or .i5*k any of -Mir i>crrr>ts  to   ji'ivc   you   thin   information.  Vegetable Parchment Butter Wrappers  We arc in the beftt position of any firm in Canad.*. to till your order -promptly for paich-  jue-**,t  butter   wrapper.;,   either   printed   or  plain.    We are large importers of this brand of paper,  .J  h;r, .*���������  .;;*-���������:.:!   ���������'.vll'ti-*'.  for  pr-ntinr.' v.-rnpp**  vv,   im   "'' !"*"*'   ti*.] '���������   nv  I'.i'O    rnlorv    if   ]iv\r  "%/ mxxtmtm-mj* ttrdtiul������*l������itl EydiJs,  ��������� eirc t'> inuiil, bu������i 4(i'l  rtititi  WC"*.-*.  m mm,   mm.   ������!*.i<-le-ly r**iirve<i hy Wmeuo  MLy ie/ lt#w,5> KyeU,������UI,1,1y-  N'tSlee-mHiK,  mP' jiieit    i-'.yeu     (.tinitnit in  Yevir I)rein/-������ie*fi or \*Y mail  60ej   {itr Jl'.Ul-*.  !;       I     !    .'     I,'  '        IF       I        ���������...<���������  I      . I   .'  WAXED   PAPERS  W'r  :,]-,.i  ni.imu.ie lute*. :���������   e*.oiuplctr. lin-n ol  waxf.a  br<r..id sind yic.er  wrappers,   plain   -.*������������������   pvinirrl,  v?.i -rd p-ipe-v rolls   for  home-,  nfl*-,  aud waxed  papeivi  for  all   purposes.  "Jm   e-iquipjiii-.i.!   i**.   lhc  snunt  laodcin  A.U.J co uip'.o.[.:  to be-:   'ouiul in  C.amda.    Our j^oot'o ������ic  Ui^l   iJl.t.*>*i   .viiU    <J*-'i    .".i*.i "v iCr*.   Ij   yto.iiH..      1-l.l   u-   l'io\ r   ..ii*.   i.*j   jo.:    ill   >imh   nut  Diu(.j   iti   *^*julr  tri    -rli-'.-W    l-lDei'.s,    I',, i. hlelr.nl    "PapiM*,   Ol*   Wm.od Pap .*���������:.  APPI.FJNMRD CmmiVR fHEfl ROOK CO U\.  m mm   at    lam mmm   xr mmmmr       mp ^~> -mm m ������e ~ ~-.��������� ������-      -mm-~-Z��������� *^rfS*S.     .���������-���������"���������J* V"������2.    Wis   S-Z S. !Lr ~.  HAMILTON,    ONT.���������BRANCH    OFI'ICES    AT  TORONTO,   MONTREAL,   WINNIPEG    AND   VANCOUVKtt  ���������������<��������� ,.    . t.,      ��������� ���������     4 ���������  D3w:rltt<a   E*ytf>   Ei^niMtly  h>.*.������  ^m������<.������i������j*������.  ������ m-t~'m..ZJ.t-0m0^d.: H ������  ���������*0-~*mx: *v4*4\f*0*m^,t+,mfrmmmmmmtmwmr.w  jBaamaamaa���������a  v  i- vxjixiiximiiiateyimi'iiimuu.m^  ������titmmmmn.^nm*fmsmmir^ nmntm*'**. ������������������ ���������.���������a^w i^-^iitiiiM^ j ^i **^Me|>ws*tH ���������^���������ff-rt'^iwiMewi smtmtrmxtvmtH  tmMmammmmm THE     BEVIEW,     CREteTO:  pf-j  Put the  Boys and  Girls in  X 7j[ 7HAT you would have to pay for a single pair of  V V children's leather shoes will buy several pairs  of Fleet Foot.     And Fleet Foot have many other  advantages^     The rubber soles prevent slipping in  play and promote quietness in the house. Thess  shoes are easy on thefeet���������and so carefully made  of such sturdy materials that they give excellent  wear, even with children who are "hard on shoes."  Put the boys-and girls in Fleet Foot this summer  and save money on their shoes. There are styles for  men, women and children.  Fleet Foot Shoes are  Dominion Rubber System  Products  The Best Shoe Stores  Sell Fleet Foot  51  Favorable Crop Reports  Reports Covering tho Three Prgdrie  Provinc-es ^re Most  Hopeful  Crop conditions through the prairie  provinces indicate the best condition  of grain crops at corresponding periods for any year since 1904, which  year's June period has held the record  as ideal, only being once approached  in the season of 1912. Reports covering over 200 points in Manitoba,  Saskatchewan and Alberta show a  much more encouraging situation  than was the case in 1915, which was  the west's bumper crop year. The  general condition of wheat is excel-  ent and in localities where the seeding was late the plants are healthy  and vigorous. Nearly SO percent of  the reports show the crop to be a  week or 10 days ahead of last year  in development. The reports indicate  95 percent of the oat crop was seeded by the first week in June. A heavy  seeding of barley is reported and a  marked increase in flax. Most of  this increased acreage is new breaking.  YOUR got*d intentions don't pay the grocers' =  bills.   Your family has to live even if you |f  ���������<- don't.    Secure a- Moathly Income Policy ������  now.    Write for pamphlet to-day. 2  TO!?   1?Vn?TCIAD   TIEE   INCVIDAMrt?   Pft |  &i������������i    ~-i-\ti~xaJaAfa.\    iiii ii     uiuUitxiii^Li    vv. s  Winnipeg, Regina,  Saskatoon,  Edmonton,  Calgary, Vancouvesr. 3  (Agents Wanted ia Unrepresented Districts) 5  Millions of Tree Seeds  To reforest the devastated areas in  France and Belgium and to replace  the British forests cut dpwn for war  purposes, tlie American Forestry Association has formally presented to  these countries, through their consuls, 35,000,000 tree seeds. The bags  containing these seeds were piled on  Boston common before shipping, and  mad^e a mound some eight feet high  and as many feet square.  A widow always strives to consolt  herself with the belief, that she cant  do any worse the next time.  LOOK !-Tae Famous Calloway Spreader j  We must  stop paying  storage out-  , side our own  iDuilding*.  f ou get the  saving. Write  about Spreader, Famous Galloway Sanitary Cream Separator, or 2 1-4 H. P. pumping  outfit  at  iiie   olel   1919   price-.  Wm. Galloway Co., Winnipeg  Under A Handicap  As a rule new neighbors do not  turn oat as bad as their" furniture  looks when it is unloaded from the  moving van.  $100  Reward,  $100  Catarrh is a local disease greatly influenced by constitutional conditions. It therefore requires constitutional treatment.  HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE ia taken  internally and acts through the Blood on the  j\Iucous Surfaces of thc System. HALL'S  CATARRH MEDICINE destroys the foundation of the disease, gives the patient  strength by improving the general health and  assists nature in doing its work. $100.00 for  any case of Catarrh that HALL'S CATARHH  MEDICINE fails to cure.  Druggists   75c.     Testimonials   free.  F. J.  Cheney & Co., Props., Toledo, O.  Unreasonable  "Was thc operation successfull?"  "It was brilliantly so in the facts it  demonstrated. Only one person did  not seem pleased with results."  "Who was that?"  "Thc patient's  widow."  in Mormn:  0OES  this   illustration   picture your experience?  What ia moro distressing  Hum being' unable* to Bleep?  Sleeplessness is ono of the  first and most certain symptoms of exhausted nerves.  This Im the warning1 that you need  the luiKlatancQ of Dr. Cliatso'd Nervo  J-'ood to i-ootoro vigor to the iiorv*  Ottlln ami thereby nvnM tli* fle^x-r-lrer*-  ment ot norloua nervous trouble.  By Improving th������ quality of Um  blood and 1)iilkHn*y up thc nervoud  ay/item thin food cur** ln-In-am n*j������w  enortry and utrenortU to the whole*  body.  KO cants ft bor, 0 for ?2.TB, fill denier.-., or  m*.*t.r.r.rtitiv*v      tlr-.fr...     f      f*rt        *T lit        ri*,���������/,~tx  Great Men Who Showed Little Ability in Early Lifo  That character and ability, like  murder, will out in spite of handicaps, has been proved over and over  again    by    history.      For    instance?  Gladstone gave no evidence of unusual ability as a boy. Napoleon stood  forty-second in his class at the military academy j but who ever heard of  the other 41? Darwin, the scientist,  could never master any language;  his father .accused Him of beinsr Interested only in dog*-, shootirig and rat-  catching, and said he would be a dis*  grace to the family. Henry Ward  Beecher, as a boy, was a "poor writer,  a miserable speller, with a thick  utterance and a bashful reticence* which people took for stolid  stupidity. Grant had a dismal time  as a tanner and a farmer, and found  himself in distinguished military service.  PALE AND WEAK  WIVES AND MOTHERS  Muscular Rheumatism Subdusd.���������  When one is a sufferer from muscular  rhcumatismi he cannot do better than  to have the region rubbed with Dr.  Thomas' Eclectrie Oil. There is no  oil that so speedily shows its # effect  in subduing pain. Let the rubbing be  brisk and continue until case is secured. There is more virtue in a  bottle of it than can be fully estimated.  Thomas Ryan & C������e? Ltd.  the  oldest  established whole-  dale   Boot   and   Shoe   dealers  west of the Great Lakes.  Send us your sorting orders.  44 Princess Street, Winnipeg  MONEY ORDERS  Dominion  Express  Money    Orders   are oa  sale io five thousand offices tiroughout -Canada. ,  Minard's Liniment Relieves Colds, etc  Puzzled Himself  A new boot-boy at a hotel took up  to one of the rooms a couple of boots,  one of which was a topboot and .he  other an ordinary shoe.  "What do you mean," said thc visitor, "by bringing me two boots of  different shapes?"  "I.-don't know sir," came thc reply.  "But what bothers me most 19 that  there is another pair downstairs just  like 'em."  Pills That Have Benefitted Thousands.���������Known far and near as a sure  remedy in the treatment of indigestion and all derangements of the stomach, liver and kidneys, Parmeiee's  Vegetable Pills have brought relief  to thousands when other specifics  have failed. Innumerable testimonials can be produced to establish the  truth of this assertion. Once tried  thcy will be found superior to all  other pills in the treatment of the  ailments for which thcy are prescribed.  Liquor Commission Named  Tlie liquor commission, which is to  administer the new Saskatchewan  temprance act, has been named as  follows by tlie provincial r-overnnient:  Chairman, R. 11. A. Leach, Regina;  A. G. ITawkcs, Pcrcival, vice-president of the Saskatchewan Grain Growers' Association, and W. J. Bell, Saskatoon, one of the governors of the  University of Saskatchewan.  Can   Regain   Health   and   Strength  Through Dr. Williams*  Pink Pills  Many women who had a good color  :- xu~i���������j_ii 1 i_ __j ,_i-_  ��������� ������������  utoi  51U11UUU 5������������er  ycnc auu. Coeur-  less when they become wives and  mothers. Wfcen the fading color in  the checks and lips is accompanied  by i. loss of brightness in the eyes  and an increasing heaviness in the  step, the cause will be found in thc  state of the blood.  Many causes contribute to the condition of the blood known ?-s anaemia.  Overwork in the home, a lack of outdoor exercise, insufficient rest and  sleep, improper diet���������these are a few  of them. The important thing is to  restore the blood to normal, to build  it up so that the. color will return to  cheeks and lips, brightness to the eyes  and lightness to the step. Dr. Williams Pink Pills are the great blood  builder-, and.nerve strengthener. They  begin with the very first dose, and  through a fair ug-e" plaice new blood  that carries strength and health to  every part of thebody. The appetite  increases, digestion becomes more  perfect and energy and ambition return. The case of Mrs. Wm. McNish,  Abbott Street, Brockville, proves the  value of Dr. Williams Pink Pills in  cases of this kind. . Mrs. McNish  says: "I was quite young when I married, and in raising my family I became all run down and a nervous  wreck. I became so weak that I  could hardly walk across the floor  without sitting down to get my  breath. I slept poorly and at times  my nerves would twitch so that I  could not keep still, _ and I was in  constant misery. I tried many medicines but thcy did not help me; indeed my condition was growing worse  until onc day a iriend told me ihat  she had been in a somewhat similar  condition and had been cured by Dr.  Williams Pink Pills, so I decided to  try this medicine. After thc use of  a couple of boxes I felt thcy were  helping me. My appetite was better  and J. slept better. By the time I  had used half a dozen boxes 1 felt  like a new woman, my health had fully returned and I could do my housework with ease. In view of what Dr.  Williams Pink Pills have done for  me I cannot recommend them too  highly.  The best time to begin taking Dr.  Williams Pink Pills is the moment  you feci the least bit out of sorts.  The sooner you do so thc sooner you  will regain your old time energy.  You can get these pills through any  medicine dealer or by mail at 50 cents  a box or six boxes for $2.50 from The  Dr. Williams Medicine Co., Brockville, Onl.  "You belong to the^society for the  prevention of cruelty to Animals,  don't you?" asked the caller. "Yes."  I'm,one of the officers," replied the  man at home. "Well, here's a song  I dedicated to your society. "I'd like  to sing to you." "All right. Wait  until I put the cat out of the room.'*  ���������Yonkers Statesman.  1 lviuiai U 8  i-flniru.������n.e.  In Cows.  PV-t-m^tl.  KAAX. gv.  Slight Misunderstanding -  She (after the quarrel).���������Leave my  presence!  He (confused).���������Why-er-you've got  them alii  OTHER!  "California Syrup of Figs'*  Child's Best Laxative  A Polish for  Every Shoe  ^       --,  Preserve Your Shoes  GOLD LEAF  A liquid dressing for ladies'  and children'3 fine shoes. Contains 40 percent animal fat. Penetrates and preserves the leather.  SNOW WHITE   _  A pure white liquid dressing  for canvas _ shoes, tennis shoes,  etc. It dries quickly and does  not turn yellow or rub off.  BRITISH MILITARY  A high grade polish, waterproof and not injurious. Gives  a high and lasting polish. For  black, tan, oxblood and chocolate shoes.  Ask your dealer for these  lines. You will get polish satisfaction.  Canadian Polishes, Limited,  HAMILTCJKr - ONT.  ���������WITHOUT PUBB BLOOD ESAlfrHIS IMFOSSIBia  Accept "California Syrup of Figs"  only���������look for the name California on  thc package, then you are sure your  child is having the best and most  harmless laxative or physic for the  little stomach, liver and bowels. Children love its delicious fruity taste.  Full directions for child's dose on  each bottle.    Give it without fear.  iir--,. *-. r .  x ou must bay   ���������^amonua  Too Late  Hubby.���������By the way, Marie, I've  been thinking ovcr that little argument we had, and I'm beginning to  agree with you.  Wifey.���������But you're too late. I've  changed my mind.  -ax-sicttne.  BRAIN AWP  ������������ jerrx**. v ������ xTv~*St~  Trlsl Bottle either Eemedy Zt. ie*eilnjc Chemist* er  TetanoBemediesOo.. Gospel Oax. N.W .5. Loneion. Bn*t,  HALF A CENTURY REPUTATION.  SklE GtERC'S BH������������$Nl������S  InT&luabla for diseases of tliess important organa.  Graral, l'alna in the BacV. Gout. liheunntlsm. Pr'.rx  8a., le***eiin* Chemlaw or Br- LE CLKUC MED. CO..  HiVBSSTOOK 6P= N.W.5. X.OKSOX   EKOIiANB.  BOOK  OH  BOG   .DISEASES  and How tc  Feed  \ Mailed    Frees    to    any  aT  AtaeTics.'. Pioneer  Dog Remedies  Address   by   the  Author  IL   CLAY   GLOVES  CO.,   IN'G,  118    Went    31-st-strect,  New York.  U.S.A.  ysfen|r'e 'f^nff-ftft B?rt������f ���������f!f������������9'arc*:*ir?'r?  -ti lafe, reliable repulating  metHctn*. Bold in thrco do**  Kress of strength���������No.* 1. SI;  No.% 2, $3; No. 3. $5 pir bor.  Sold bjr dii druf ci=;i, or necs  prepaid  oa   receipt   of   prieet.  ooiq dv* dii aruf ci=;i, or RCCS  prepaid oa receipt of prieet.  Fre-S    .pamphlet.        Adeireisi  THE COOK MEDICIMn CO4  TORONTO, CUT.  (F������:*crir W!.-*::-.)  The average weight of the circulating blood iu the human body is 138  pounds.  JF*i. Wfc     ~r   -     .  Gloves  Overalls & Shirt*  Minard's Liniment Relieves Diptlieria.  Brazilian coconut palni3 live from  600 to 700 ycars, and thc date ?alm  from 200 to 300 ycart.  m4^aa  Why suffer from corns when they  C *<*.**       U *xa      ldxt.~ll-CltZ~J       xOCp~Ci~X     Gilt-      -ij       \ll/'t.-\fo  llolloway's Corn Cure.  Plan to Improve Red River  TV-,!2In-;, of thi lied Bivcr to permit of the passage of loaded bar&s  from Lake Winnipeg to Winnipeg  and  St.  Boniface l~  to commence In  J"i).      0. in:   \,yiiix   i:,   lo   u<j  uuue  uuaci.  the .u'-i.-iivision of the loci*.l harbor  board, but the cost will be defrayed  by   the   Dominion   government.     In-  <*hidcd in th* work to bc nrromtdlsh-  cd tins Miieii.ie.-i* i'i a dock and proper  appi'oarhe-s  tlieri lee.  Hard to Tell  Helen annoyed her father with  questions while he tried to read the  newspaper. One evening, among  nlher tliinn-n, *F.he demanded:  "Papji, what do you do at thc  store all day?"  "Oh,"  lie   answered   Drieily,  "nota-  infT." *  Helen w.'ir, silent a ment. Then she  asked:  ���������JJut how do you know when you're  done?"  v~ mi  1  VI*        fc.   0  0  W   unotlieir tiny tiias  ' Xt0Ml*(.-,f-1e!ee<l  'ft  Ing Piles.    No  our-'loai opcr-  utl<>it r������atitr<:a.  Dr.ChMo'f* Ointment wlll^ollova you ut oiioa  lutiloiH, or ICehiiaiiMon, Jlutco &��������� Co., I.lieill-ael,  Xtntitilt). lUxiniAti lloifftolt v<-u i,.e*.il!-r*i tAu  reft-por anel onoluno .a, ���������tamp to pu.y poitau*.  When a mother delcctc from the  writhingo and fretting of a child that  worms are troubling it, she can procure no better remedy than Miller's  Worm Powders, which are guaranteed to totally expel worms from thc  system. They may cause vomiting,  bul Ihlt-i need cause no anxiety, because It is   but   a   manifestation    of  their tliorourjh work.    No worma can  ir.,���������.   ���������..*!���������.    ...������.���������    .i,������������������.,   *n.-,..,i���������   --.  x \p i *\ j-v        W^h*Mk- ( ��������� * rl v. *- \^        ������������m 0~ xp \&       010.    *>->   ������ c   C* >-~ ��������� ���������*       m0 *  tm  used.  Thc Rule of ReaBon  "I understand you have  told your  wife to throw the ouija board into the  wood-box."  "Yen,  I'm  not   jroinfc*-  to  have   any  questions around my limine. When I  come to a point where I can't mako  up my mind what to do, I simply flip  a  coin."  W.  NT.  V.       132J  Bob Long Say������:���������  "Mv oyernU.i nnd alitrtsore rcomy  anel comfortable, and m~d~ -mjm*.  cUtly fat- farmer*. I ilestpneel  them v������lth the (ilea that you rulglit  ���������eevant to stretch your ariui and  lefjs ocesislonully."  BOB   LONG  GLOVES  will oucweor any other make or  Glova oa tha market,  becau&e**  inuy  ueu uiuuu   uy  ikiiicu  v> ui b,-  men  frora  tho -stronfett *flov*  leather obtaiuabl*.  Innttt on icttlal Dob Long  liraatJt from your dealer���������  thoy will  .-tt* ytsu money  K. O. LONG 4% Cr.., Umlttxl  Vfl~~-lLi..     TOKONTO      Mi-.et.il c������J  BOB LONG BRANDS  Hu-WWfci ttii,--* C<i������tol  l*v O-OMti  mm' mim~*m-m tmmwmmt* \m.i is$~--tai^~-m-.4f ��������� -ww-*^;^-.---*; l^Lp.>-,'*P-^??\wrJ*\^'^^*P  P^^ie^tis^f^^'rrji-i.  X&tfAiiL'^-irLX&UxZX  i^T-jr-.X^K- rr?-. i^m.-m&xi'r-ZZ!?. TS!Z>.?,'2?:  "���������j-t^^'-t--****^^  THE  CBESTCK   BBYIBW  Issued every Friday at Cx-eston, B.C*  Subscription : $2 a year in advance.  S2-50 to U.S. points.  C. F. Hayes, Editor and Owner,  CRESTON, B.C., FRIDAY, JULY  9  Do it Setter  Creston Valley "Women's institute, with characteristic foresight, has already commenced  laying plans for the annual convention of the institutes of Kootenay and Boundary, which will  be held at Creston either in August or early in September.  Being their initial effort at entertaining visitors on a considerable scale naturally the ladies  are counting the cost very carefully���������too carefully, it would  seem to The Beview, if the itemized statement as presented to  the May meeting is hoped to  prove of sufficient revenue to han-  dle such a gathering on a worth  while scale.  In their roughly-drafted expense sheet an amount of less  than $200 is suggested as being  possibly sufficient, and probably  will be if Creston is not going to  provide anything different iti the  way  of proceedings  and   enter-  WHAT THE  1 iUS^i    L-������af%i3UE  STANDS FOR:  1. lhe   Repeal of the  Prohibition Act.  2. NO restoration of the saloon or bar,  for the sale of intoxicating liquors.  3. The  Government  sale   and   Govern  ment control of spirituous and malt  liquors in sealed packages.  4. The guarantee by the Government, as  sucn veneer, oi trie pure quality oi an  spirituous and malt liquors, and the  sale of same at reasonable prices.  5. The inculcation   of true   temperance  principles consistent with personal  liberty.  6.  The elimination of the causes of the  deplorable loss of respect for the laws  of the land engendered by the Prohibition Act.  The Voters' Lists close on the  If you have not registered by  you will not be able to vote on  endum or at the Dominion or  Elections. Remember the old  been cancelled.  15th inst.  that date  the refer-  Pro vincial  lists have  MODERATION' LEAGUE  Ii. A. COKKET, Sec.  Provincial Headquarters: Vancouver, B.C.  mmtamamtatm  *W'  r<ZZPs- ���������~\<T<iC-.\r_-'-t2L  .ft-.      "~-lJ^  y~0-$-m   -Ms jt m   mm  sv~-t ~w  A LITTLE CARE WOULD HAVt SAVED TH!3  | Xmg jmm  ^g^^mm^^ ^J~~-*~~~-4t������tm-t "UUlf* M -*���������"���������   jjj ���������*^xjmi>*m0mm.vm m^m - iiiuf-'        mm v.m. ,~P      **  tainment that was in evidence at  Kaslo two years ago, and at Nii-  kusp last fall.     ,  But it strikes us that if the  Creston reputation in matters of  this sort is to be maintained  something bigger and better than  has been should be the aim of the  ladies; not only to uphold the  best traditions of Creston in this  respect, but also in the best interests of thesq annual conclaves.  Granted this is the institute's  ambition it is at once apparent  that if $200 would be required to  swing an affair like they had at  Kaslo, for instance, nothing short  of $400 will suffice to put the  1920 convention at Creston over  in right good style.  In the itemized statement as  submitted The Review insufficient account has been taken of  providing at least two first-class  speakers who can appear advantageously at the convention sessions as well as at the banquet  which, we understand, will be  part  of  one  evening's  proceed-  *"-e> ���������  If these cannot be had of sufficient merit in B. C. there certainly is no dearth of them in Alberta, who wouid doubtless be pleased to have opportunity to visit a  widely-advertised section like  Creston under such happy circumstances. Outside of traveling  charges the expenses of, say, two  lady orators would not be excessive, and would be well worth the  money both in the publicity they  would be likely to give Creston  Valley, to say nothing of the  quantity and quality of the  boosting visiting delegates would  afterward exude if they are  treated to convention proceedings and entertainment that  would thus considerably eclipse  anything that has been in evidence of late at these yearly get-  togethers, y    ,  Creston citizens can be banked  on for open-handed hospitality,  and undoubtedly the institute  will make sure that the regulation features of the convention  are lived up to standard; all that  is required to make the event an  enthusiastically and long-talked  j of affair is a little first-class outside talent, in the securing of  which we trust the detail of getting hold of even an extra two  hundred dollars will not daunt  an organization of almost a hundred active and resourceful members.  Youno Pios For, Sale���������Six weeks  old.    John Spratt, Creston.  for  iisajB������iia^  Its Expensive  especially when its in the  Automobile line.  We have the best  grades of  Art. I���������ie.  Oils and Greases  and an  Experienced  Mechanic  ���������don-ii; wiih as up-to-date  (Mjuipment ns (tan botound  in any up to-date garage.  Oreston Auto & Supniy  II. S, BEVAN, *.'aM**t*  < r.    I' < )S i   i',li,    .-r-ie-jllillie.  ���������sa csv a Q js  rn-JB       ,   BS*.������3  as  Your banking can foe successfully done by  mail. Whenever it is difficult for you to  come to the Bank in person, send in your  deposits by registered post. All moneys received will be credited to your account and  immediately acknowledged.  K f-\>\mW I A I  20S  II  r~ym-~-     ^.&^m.  *C. W. ALLEN,  OF CANADA  CRESTON BRANCH,  Manager,,  in the famous Watson's and  Penman's manufacture.  LADIES'VESTS  Short Sleeves at 35c., 45c., 55c, 95c.  Extra large size 80c.  Sleeveless style 35c, 45e., 55c, 75c, 95c.  Combinations at $1, $1.50, $1.85.  Boys' Combination Balbriggan  Undersuits  Sizes 22, 24, 26, 28, 30, 32  at $1.00  I en's Balbriggan Shirts and  Drawers at $1.00.  Men's Combinations  A variety of stvles and materials at  2.00, 2.50, 3.85: to $6.00 per suit.  SO  on Meroaniiie uompany  LIMITED  Shippers ������   M ttention I  ^^  HE DOMINION EXPRESS  COMPANY advise us that they  will not accept packages later than 11.30  C.P.R. or 12.30 Town Time for shipment  same day. We would therefore ask our  Growers to kindly give us their assistance  by bringing in their produce early.  ireston Fruit Growers Union  LIMITED  -m^..������^.1..j.-������������������������Y������������������������aM.,������.^������^.������mr������.������w������.������ii������i -i i������i������.  ������n-  THE MERCHANT  The banking requirements of  merchants will receive full cou-  sideration by the officers of this  Bank. Arrange to open a current  account and every banking facility  ~.~t    ~i.L~t~~i.X-.iJX.  HBA  THE CANADIAN BANK  PAiD-UP CAPITAL  RESERVE FUND  CRl;rS']lON  BRANCH, C G. Bennc-tl, Manager  $15,000,000  $15,000,000  !!  B  I  \%tw~mt��������� i*' i���������rr"- .i-������  THE  CRESTON  BEVIEW  In order to vote on the forthcoming Prohibition Plebiscite  and in Provincial or Dominion General Elections  YOU MUST REGISTER *  All previous Lists of Voters have been cancelled.    The fact that your name was  on the list last year does not count.    Neither can you vote as a property owner  without registering.  MAKE YOUR DECLARATION NOW  before the Registrar or an Election Commissioner, Justice of the Peace, Magistrate  Postmaster, Constable, or before officials at any Government Office. r  Registration Closes on July 15th Next.    Register To-Day!  By Order PROVINCIAL SECRETARY.  ,3sr  NOTICE  NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that  nil persons holding Crown Lands or  Lots in Townsite subdivisions under  agreements for sale from whom the  purchase money on such lands or  Townsite Lots remaining unpaicl is  oyevdue are required to make payment, within six months from the date  of this Notice, either of the full amount  due, together with iutex-est thereon, if  any be due, or a substantial proportion of such amount, which must at  least cover the full interest due to date  together with evidence that all taxes,  whether Municipal or Provincial, haye  been paid, failing which the agreements for sale will be cancelled, as provided by Section 70 of the "Land Act,"  Chapter 129, Revised Statutes of 1911.  G. R. NADEN,  Deputy Minister of Lands.  Department of Lands,  Victoria, B.C., April 1st, 1920,  Suptc Maharg5"  Inspects Creston  was a fine ttu-uoub of members  of Creston Board of Trade on Monday  morning at a special meeting of the  organization, which was called for the  purpose of informally meeting C.P.R.  Supt. Maharg of Cranbrook, and discussing with him a number of matters  that the board has of late been pressing upon him for adjustment. President Constable occupied the chair,  and after briefly welcoming him to  Creston and expressing appreciation  LAND REGISTRY AGT  (Section 24)  advised as to what action  had been  decided upon,  Mr. Maharg introduced the matter  of the unsightly condition oi tne iots  opposite the station due to that area  being used as a pole shipping yard as  well as storage for lumber, posts,  poles, etc. Not only was this contrary  to the company's policy but it was  deeidedly dangerous. With the in-  adeqtiate water supply ayailable if a  fire ever got started in that neighborhood there could be no telling what  loss might be caused. He was hoping  to be able to introduce a policy where  by shippers of these commodities  would store the timber in some other  locality and only haul it to the C.P.R.  yard when cars were ayailable for  shipping it.  During his stay Mr. Mrharg readily-  consented to make arrangements for  the bringing of the Vancouyer business men, who are on a tour of the  Kootenay, for a four hour stay on  Friday next. Instead of coming east  by boat from Nekoli that morning the  proposition is now to bring the visitors  cars on by baige to the Landing on  Thursday night, and on Friday morning hitch them on to a through  freight, getting them here about 9  a.m., in time te be shown over the  Valley, and get away on the east-  bound express at 1=30 the same day.  At the conclusion of the conference  C. O. Rodgers of the board's transportation cominifctee, Vice-President  Bevan, Secretary Hayes, and H. W.  Power   of    Mining   Truth,   Spokane,  Old time merchants are beginning  to fear the worst for Rossland.    Last  month saw the closing up of Eetts &  Oddy and T. -Embleton stores��������� two  pioneer mercantile concerns    of    the  tOVrTD.  Loyal Orange Lodge, No. 2095  Meets THIRD THURSDAY of  each month at Mercantile  Hall-. Visiting brethren cordially invited.  ERIC OLSON, W.M  for the improved service he had provided by increasing the staff at the  locajv-depbt, as we]] as erecting a permanent and serviceable auto unloading platform, outlined in some detail  other TOHrfct-ers which the town felt*  should be engaging the attention of  the railway authorities.  In the matter of subway under the  right of way at some, point between  Fourth street and the nresent level  crossing, a personal inspection of the- who was   here   on   Monday, and Mr,  In the matter of Lot 1. Block 2, Town  of Creston.   Province   of   British  Man 97������  4~t���������.,vmlvl.,  x..'y4xtx.x. xr.t.,  NOTICE  NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that  in accordance with an Amendment to  the   "Townsite  Proportionate   Allotment Act" passed at the last session of  the Legislature any person holding an  agreement for sale from the Crown in  respect to the purchase at Auction of  Town or City lots or lands within the  site or suburb of a town, payment for  which has not been made in full, and  who wishes to obtain a proportionate  allotment of such land in consideration  of the monies already paid, must file  application in that respect on or bi-fore  the 1st day of   September,   1920.   on  which date bhe privilege of obtaining a  proportionate allotment will cease and  any person   in   arrears   of   payment  under an agreement for sale as aforesaid failing to   make .application   as  stipulated will thereafter be debarred  from taking advantage of such privilege, and will be subject to the fulfilment of the terms of tho sale and the  proyisions of the "Land Act" govern  ing overdue purchase money, in connection with which special attention ia  drawn to the notice appearing in the  current issue of this paper.  GEO. R. NADEN,  Deputy Minister of Lands.  Department of Lands,  Victoria, B.C.. May 5th, 1920.  Proof having been filed in my office  of the loss of Certificate of Title No.  6790-1, to the above-mentioned lands  in the name of William Henry Crawford, and bearing date the 19th January, 1920, I hereby give notice of my  intention at the expiration of one calendar month from the first publication hereof t-o issue to the said William Henry Crawford a fresh Certificate  - "bf^Pitle in Ken of such lost Certificate.  Any person having any information  with reference to such lost Certificate  of Title is requested to communicate  with the. undersigned. Dated at the  Land Registry Office, Nelson. B.C.,  this 29th day of June. 1920.  E. S. STOKES,  District Registrar of Titles.  Date of first publication July 9, 1920.  MINERAL AOT  FORM F  Certificate of Improvements  r '  NOTICE  Gracie R, Arnold Fraction and Rosebud Fraction Mineral Claims, situate  in the Nelson Mining Diyision of  Kootenay District. Where located:  Near Greeii City,  TAKE NOTICE that .1. D. Anderson, B.C.L.S., of Trail, agent for Wm.  Connolly of Rossland, Free Miner's  Certificate No. 27-449C, intends, sixtv  days from the date hereof, to apply to  the Mining Recorder for Certificate of  Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining Crown Grants of the ubcve  claims. And further take notice that  action under Section 85 must bo commenced before the issuance of such  Certificates of Improvements. Dated  this 21th day of June, 1920.  J. D. ANDERSON.  proposed subway area was made, and  in presenting the matter President  Constable pointed  out that traffic at  ���������\VT--Q-of rti t-iTet-* M T ���������**���������*. C!> r-������-TV f������r *t*~ ������> I ������*1 X *T O COII ������ ������ l W������ CT  mtm-rnvmr     vj %d-x~~0Jm*L. 0.0        TV  UU        Xt ���������*_������ Xt       Ax. UW*\< XX       llOuUtlll * * f">  proportions where it was felt that  either the shipping facilities at the  present depot would haye to be moved  to. a site across the track or, failing  this, a subway provided. Another  matter presented was the connecting  up of the stock yards with the C.P.R.  or town water systems.  In   replying   to   these   Mr. Maharg  was quite frank  in stating that the  providing of subways was a question  that    the'   railway    company    never  undertook without a yery  thorough  investigation, particularly  as to whether   the   traffic - really   necessitated  such a facility.      While he  had  not  checked the traffice figm es for Creston  and could make no definite pronouncement Tn that connection, it was  apparent that he doubted very,much if  conditions as at present existing warranted any such undertaking.    As to  the    stockyard     water    supply    his  attitude  was  very similar.     Too, his  experience had been that the  piping  of water to corrals of this sort had a  drawback in that users were carelpss  in   the   matter   of   shutting   off   the  water and handling the supply, with  the result that it was all too often let  running or damaged in different ways  that gave the company shipping yards  that were at times  unusable due  to  their   flooded  state.      However, both  matters   would  be looked into  thoroughly  and  the board   in due course  Maharg, made up a motor party that  had a look over Erickson, Canyon  City and Lister sections, as well as  malting an inspection of the Compton  ranch, Mr. Maharg getting away in  his private car east at noon.  (Too late for last week)  Alex. Cameras, who has  been  here  for the last three months, clearing up  some of his land, returned    to Coleman, Alta., on Monday.  Mrs. J. J. Grady returned from  Spokane on Tuesday, and was accompanied by her grand daughter.  Mrs. H. F. Price arrived here on  Tuesday from the prairie. At the  time of her leaying crop prospects  were excellent.  Pete Wallace and Mike Callaghan  left on Wednesday for Fernie, where  they are participating in the big  Dominion Day celebration. They  expect to be back about the 4th. and  will be accompanied by.their sisters,  with   the  strawberry  *%   J.1-W  PI  lid t>  Sen's 8  ANY  UILDING  or  F~m  vk***^r U ^V m  pip  iiml  We can  supply  Portland  Cement  Lime  yr~>    ~    *  joricK  Shingles  Lath  Lumber  all sizes and  gnuies.  harvest this year.  From present appearances there will  be no shortage of berry pickers this  year. ��������� Already two parties of boys  haye arriyed from Trail, who are  camping at Joe. Wigen's.  Mrs. R. S. Smith, who has been  visiting her mother. Mrs. Nathorst,  returned to home in Creston on Monday.    Miss Nathorst accompanied her.  Messrs. Ken. and D. Dewar and H.  Bathie, jr., left on Wednesday for  Nelson, where they are playing on the  Creston baseball niiie against the Nelson team for the West Kootenay  championship.  Mrs, A. Joy, who has been in charge  of Monrad Wigen's boarding house,  left on Tuesday, and fea- the present  Mrs. Orr is in charge of the conking.  A full line in Silk  and  Fancy Stripe  from  TO  Is there any  Meat in  the  House?  while they last  Thin i.s the lirst (*oc**s-  tinn that presents itself  to the housewife if an  unexpec'teil visitor drops  in foi- a meal. But why  worry ?  Shamrock Brand  Hams and Bacon  Finest-   Quality  Cooked Ham  Lunch Meat  imam   Pifw   ! BBmh^r  UBDJjjf U~.        t-r-.'-Kj        -mW--~Mvx3-  Likvilli   l>  ... &%  ix    r  A���������r idxtjrj.xy-  f������  t-Jxr L~ t  Duck Creek  Daylight Store  and  Ice Creamery  > ���������  t-~  ���������    ���������    A  mnieiimson  are now prepared to handle  their ICE CREAM trade in  the niost up-to date and  HYGIENIC fashion.  Plain Ice Cream, Sundaes  and Sodas  Soft Drinks, Cider  Two Per Cent. Beer  Screened Verandah   and  lots  or air for hot weather.  "We ask our friends in Creston  and Sirdar to run in give us  the once over.  ������  BC  SIS Of  st fignSimulants  an  i...,  11 ways-;   t.o    be-    had  ���������J*!! ������*>e>>e1 u   -niitllil-ir  quite re-mil'4 'Shamrock'  product s,  ImnlS  ~lJS nun��������� cjS  a, no., i iii.  Minimum   price   of  first-class   land  reduced to $5 an acre; second-class to  . -$2.50 an acre.  Pre-emption now confined to surveyed lands only.  Records will be granted covering only  land suitable for agricultural purposes  and which is non-timber land.  Partnership pre-emptions abolished.  but parties of not more.than.four may  arrange for adjacent pre-emptions  with joint residence, but each making  necessary improvements on respective  claims. >&  Pre-emptors must occupy claims for  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 mp.de proportionate improvements, he may, because of ill-health, or other cause, be  bi anted 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 forfeiture. Title cannot be obtained in  less than 5 years, and improvements  of $10.00 per acre, including 5 acres  cleaned and cultivated, and residence  of at least 2 years are required, a  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  emu residence maintained on Crown  granted land.  Unsurveyed areas, not exceeding 20  acres, may be leased as homesltes;  title to be obtained after fulfilling residential and improvement conditions.  For grazing and industrial purposes  areas exceeding 610 acres may bo  leased by one person or company.  Mill, factory or industrial sites on  timber land not exceeding 40 acres  may be purchased; conditions include  payment of stumpago.  Natural hay meadows inaccessible  by existing roads may bc purchased  conditional upon construction of a road  to them. Rebate of one-half of cost of  road, not exceeding half of purchase  price, la made.  PRE-EMPTORS'      FREE      GRANTS  *. ACT>  The mpopo of this Act Jo enlarged to  Include nil persons Joining and serving with His Majesty's Forces. Tho  time within which tho heirs or doviseos  of a deceased pro-omptor may apply  for title under thin Act !r> exto,',e^  from for ono year from tho death of  such person, as formerly, until ono  year after The conclusion ot tho nro-iont  war. Thla prlvllego lo nlso mado ro-  troactlvo. **,  No fees relating to pre-empt Ion.-!Tare  due  or  payable  by noldlcra  on    preemptions recorded after Juno 20. 1918  Taxes are remitted for flvo years  rrovlslon for return of moneys accrued  duo and been paid since August  \, 1011. on account of payments, fees  or taxes on soldiers' pre-emptions.  . ;."*or?."'.,������" nTr,ft*t'������'0������tH to purchase  'aVuZ'*0?*    --���������'      '������'-i   ]"^     ".-     H.-*'ltlVS-~    Lit  Allied Forces, or dependent*, ncqulrod  direct or Indirect, remitted from on-  Ilyk.iicat lo .ij.uch 3i, i-jii),  8UD.PURCHASERS  OF   CROWN  4, LANDS.  I'i ov Won niuuej for Issuance of  Crown M-rant-i to mib-purchnfler*** .of  Crown I.nndfl. nequlrJiinr rightu from  purchaser** who fulled ta complete  pureluuic, involving forfeitiir#t on ful-  Ull incut of condition., or purcl'inno. In-  ern do not claim wholo of oVlfirtiml'pnr-  col, p-u-cl-iu.**) itiU-x- el'io und taxe-i may  bo dlntrlbuted proportionately ovor  whrtl*    mrua X*\tAi.iti ton..    ������,.,....    *..  mad������ by May l, i$20.     ~"  GRAZING*. **  m Omrrtnj Act, 1010, f,**r rtyotcmatlo  ������i������-v.n.rpiiM in in iiweenok !nC!u��������� tiy "������"o-  yidM for uruxUiLt dlittrlctti nnd ruti-jo  ryflijituluU.Uluii     kiinlci*     -vJiiiiuitltiuleiiior  Annual imisinn; permitb  liu-uefl  b������-<e������d  ���������fcnnur.-ib--��������� r.-.i.t-r.-el' i.r.cr.ty for ������...iul,-  it~4.tr.. tr.* l.v.... ������ > 1< rt'K ' 1 r !\  111 ��������� I'M Jll(������y  orin Aefloclfttlonn for runuo mamiKo-  niant,    XTrbo. or piiitlnUy frr..-,  ,.,.,.......  tfeif  K#tt;iei.r������.  OfUetDrt-H <>r  l rrrvt-l*.������������������*  to t*n h-tiiei.  n;  t&swj- *ff*w*^y*jf--^ is^msmmm^mss^sssssBi  Z'  Eepaf riate War Prisoners  Dr. . F. Nansen, the Norwegian  statesman aud arctic explorer who is  ���������representing the allies in the repatri-  xxy.yJXL  prisoners  "Dnecjii     rtwvri  jtyxx.i~.xx     .....m  Canada And Its Future  With the celebration of Dominion  Day, Canada completed the fifty-  third year of Confederation and was  launched out on another year of effort and, it is to be hoped, large  national achievement. Judging by  some standards the growth and development of Canada during the first  half century since Confederation became an accomplished fact has been  slow; measured by other standards it  has been rapid. In all material respects it has been solid and the foundations laid permanent and good.  Those who incline to the view that  our growth has been too slow, and  who point to the difficulty of obtaining immigration, and even of retaining native born Canadians at home,  resulting in a present population of  but little more than eight millions of  people, should not overlook the fact  that geographically this country is  so located and divided that it did not  lend itself to great growth in population in the earlier years. Great  natural barriers had to be overcome,  and enormous expenditures made in  order to lay "the foundations upon  which to rear a nation. Much of this  work has now- been accomplished, and  fhe next fifty years should record  developments which will place this  country in the front rank of the  world's great commonwealths.  Even as recently as fifteen years  ago, the great Provinces of Saskatchewan and Alberta, with their present  population of approximately 1,500,000  had not been organized, while Manitoba was still in a pioneer stage of  development, and the possibilities of  British Columbia were but dimly  guessed at. Fifteen years may be  quite a spun in a man's life, but it  is but as a fleeting minute in the history of a nation, Tuid the 2,500,000  people now west of the Great Lakes  gives promise of a wonderful future.  Since confederation, Canada has  accomplished sonic amazing  is: a material sense.    Al-.vays a  Siberia, has reached an agreement  with the international Red Cros3 and  will leave for Russia by way of Berlin with a committee of Red Cross  workers. Dr. Nansen will attempt to  repatriate thousands of prisougars, including some Americans, before the  severity of the Siberian winter sets  in.  antagonisms which have so often retarded our growth and divided our  people into hostile camps.  While in some respects the Great  War served to re-awaken these old  -.antagonisms and create new divisions,  Canada's splendid participation in the  great world struggle for freedom has  also served to arouse a real national  spirit. Canada found itself and discovered its soul in that bitter struggle. The nations of thc world also  discovered Canada. The bitter and  narrow political partizanship of former years has been destroyed, --am*!  Canadians are now determined to  make use of their material strength  and resources to develop those other  things which make for the - health,  happiness, contentment and uplift  of the whole nation, and the people  who themselves constitute the nation.  Canada, has entered upon its fifty-  fourth year with a minimum of industrial unrest prevailing in its midst,  and with the brightest of prospects  for a bountiful yield from its fertile  fields. It has succeeded in passing  through   the  first  two  years   of^ the  ���������rt      r.~l1r.A       ~ 4. 0. 4X~I O + *������1 <"> t 5 IW*       ItpAnA       H^.f pllT  jvr**'valrv.u    * x,Xrxrtt-i xx t���������t- x-xr.x    g? ~ ��������� ���������    ��������� ��������� *  and with enhanced credit; its army  of returning soldiers have been rehabilitated in civilian life; its trade  and commerce is expanding; most  important of all its people are more  deeply interested than ever before in  raising the standard^ of education, of  creating better health  conditions, of  v������rx'^.  ���������     il *'xZ.r.i     S'-r.     rx.     *-\-i ir.     4t4^tVW.  lifting    Ill's    jjejiil.iv-ce.1    all*,   vjx    lh-x.    t-trt-..  try on to a higher plane.  Canada has great opportunities and  a great future before it. But it calls  for the best in every individual Canadian to realize these things in their  fulness. They demand a broad spirit  of tolerance/ a sympathetic appreciation of the rights and opinions of  others, and hard work along productive lines by all. If such a spirit prevails, and is intensively cultivated,  Canada is on the highroad to true  greatness and abounding prosperity.  Wonderful Discovery  Cures Catarrh  AS   Xlti iSLM~-.0t-Ldl.0m0 ?  Formerly doctors prescribed stomach treatment for Catarrh and Bronchitis. They seldom cured and catarrh  has become a national disease. Today the advanced physician fights  Catarrbr by  medicated  air.    He  fills  + 1-. 0.       itt0trr4V 0xr\r.rx       -...Jt       Xtx���������rxrxX       ���������...Xt.        XL. rx  trilx.      .xttlgxij      LxyrJSxr      XLLlLX      LLLLLKXl,       WtLll       yLXt-  antiseptic vapor of Catarrhozone. _ It  is easy then for Catarrhozone to cure.  It contains the essences of pURg pine  balsams, reaches all the germ* and  destroys the disease. Every case of  Catarrh, Bronchitis and Sore Throat  can be cured by Catarrhozone. The  dollar outfit lasts two months and is  guaranteed to cure; small size 50c;  trial size 25c, all dealers or Catarrhozone Co., Kingston, Ont.-  Ought to Have Own Navy  r-ertricuTturai cor.rur-.  things  great  it has become a  :-,������������������.��������� at.  ir-.'-.mnacturing  country,  en  im-  ���������orinni il-ire. r.o hi!  country, und now it  ���������  the eve of a truly  :*j.*nK!*t  of  its  cnor-  *.'.  u  :���������?:?. v  ��������� 1,-.  ".'UUtetiiy c:  -AP devcl  -vcakh   o:  'iiv.cru     wi:  ���������l.wjl  ,--���������  resources,  a  to  be  made  ���������in  needs  a t.i  -s  wLicl  fact tha  Asthma Victims. The man or wo  man subject to asthma is indeed a  victim. What can be more terrifying  than to suddenly be seized with par-  oxvms of choking which seem to  fairly threaten the existence of life  itself. From such a condition Dr. J.  D. Kcllogg's Asthma Remedy has  brought many to completely restored  health anil' happiness. It is known  and prized in every section of this  broad land.  Hero of Koit so Advises Canada in  Address  - "If you had started twenty years  ago you would have had a respectable navy today." " These were the  significant words of Major-General  Sir Charles Townshend, the hero of  Kut, In a short address before delegates to the Dominion Council of the  Navy League. He further expressed  the opinion that thc time has arrived  when Canada should have her own  fleet of ships as an instrument of self-  protection and an aid to the Empire  in time of war.  It was art expedient, he declared,  that the Dominion of Canada should  maintain her own navy. "The whole  crux of the situation in Canada today is that she should ereate a fleet  of her own," he said.  Manitoba Testing...  Wireless Telephone  Probable That Government Will Assume Control Over ThJs  Commurticatioa  Experiments conducted at the request of the Manitoba government  with wireless telephone apparatus be-  tween Winnipeg and Portage La  Prairie, 80 miles away, have been successfully concluded and a second step  in the experiments is about to be  taken,"when conversations will be attempted between Winnipeg and Fort  William, a distance of nearly 400  miles. The experiments are being  taken with a view to testing out a  proposed system of wireless to be installed in northern Manitoba.  Mining districts and fur marketing  centers are far scattered and sparsely  settled. Land wires are costly to install and to maintain owing to failing  trees in the bush country. It is pro- i  posed to establish some dozen stations at central points in as manv districts of the northland, and these wiii  in turn btts given communication with  the outside by a station of larger  power at The Pas, which will work  with another similar station at Swan  River, 250 miles south of the former  place, and in the well settled portion  of the province.  Should the wireless telephony prove  successful it is probable that the  Manitoba government will assume  control over this form of communication, just as it has the telephones,  and that the wireless will beincor-  porated in the government telephones  system. In this way the government  may be abie to give service to many  isolated points, notably in mining sec-  HAVE YOU  ASTHMA?-..  -  Do you endure the misery  ot Asthma witn* nle*������r������Iea*������s  UigiiirO-, Uiiuueuer isieo-auiiliuS  Andl'oss of strength? How*  ev-ar bad your case. qulcSt  i-������lt9f 19 guaranteed $���������*.? tha  use ot  TEMPLETON'S  SI &������7 SMAM  **���������  m 5*m mmm =   w ���������* v ������r-������ m m  ���������Ai������3U!.������S  Thin ���������preparation is the t~+  suit ot years of ������XDerimeutv-  izigandstudy, -xhousauos  have derived the greatest;  benefit through Its use.  write for free sample to  Templetons, 113 Kins Sti  W., Toronto.  Sold b������ reliable druggists  evsraveriicreJot 51.04 *������ uO%.  TEMPLCTON'S '  RHEUMATIC CAPSULES!  For fifteen years tho standard  specific for  Rheumatism, Neuritis, Gout  Sciatica, Lumbase, Neuralgia  Many doctors prescribe them.  Write to Toinploto-ju, JO Xiae St. W.. Toronto, for  -*������������������; nsmplt. flbW ty MlUWe drosretato 6Teijn������he=r������ for  gl.Ci por b������r.   v qq  I  tions  cast  of  Lake  Winnipeg which  cannot now be reached by land wires.  It is claimed that one of the new  emergency brakes for automobiles  can be applied with the pressure of  a finger.  ac  ix ot a JBieanisii  mars   the    perfect  1 appearance of her com*  plexion.   Permanent  and   temporary   skin  troubles are effectively  concealed.   Reduces unnatural color and corrects  ���������jre������sy skins. Highly antiseptic,  ' with beneficial results as  | a curative agent for 70 years.  O wbfvfcai SBpie^fnT  PfZL^00^r^t-^-^Zi  B    mtvmPX   Piimti  %p-9iL *������* -0**1  Fabric.  It is far easier to coax a no or performer to tackle a piano than it ia  t<3 chase him away from it.  r r. :-*. r.  Mif. Thrift.*���������Remember that there  nuif-t be no extravagance while I am  . v r ���������;  YMe  r-n**  I'-iC  the  r*nd  . its  I 1  Sorv.v.s.-  _'\!r<*.  Th  ��������� fi" Buiibj"  ooku'r,' ~\.  - * es in.  ���������if'.���������A lie!  lie -sure   to  ; f.*-hisses    when    lie's  ativthing.  take  not  jWinareTs  Liniment   Relieve:--   Distemper.  :ii*if.*r     J.  M      .\C'J("..  not Vr:  VMiiui :  c;iirt  rij.po.xv   on  i'.ny  too r.oon.  *.,-*i*.- f-uiiou.; wives  '.*������������������ be.; ii ere rd di.  ���������r  I  i-  t  il  Foo'dL 'for  fa.  J.     4  ^-V"-.. I ---������������������������������������������-���������������.���������..���������-  ���������-<  *J r^; ^ .**]" ������V. ������i 'z.'i. r^.'���������������  1,  'Sxty  \ -5S=^.:*a?-cs  UymmZ-, T*m%  m, sjiiiy  ���������%^P   JX.      JO.  J-Lj-LJ**.   MrttX-x.   rs-r\A  r.vMvv r"nr������T"n?*n<5 x.Amcxy, ���������i\u-* iVimi-rflif*!  of health ffnt^rs Irrtb fhe laoaltlme  pr-frpciTcttior* ������������������������������������-  ^v*  J}mt^lJ^=l'% U^-SS  A  ������  ������<-  TJiiw) -i'dnPuy ui).'>:-.'-..r.<*<i Tooo ncred.** no  .T)\ i-y?cii , yfc*I. it  Ittrjt-rJ *x tilW-nt  {Av'ttiZHtiy'0 .-^wet-ft  ���������fl(jvci'\iind Ih .iiii of rho -jound frood-  of whe<rt ������n-r! maltoo hnrJc-y.  There's a Roazjon "  rv-M'-i  ~^d      tr0yf0mr0,dm^mm^-t^....ifmi^r4xmrm..llr-.vrmlr.d/  tl  II  il  CI  SI  Jl  HEALTH  ARE HAPPY CHILDREN  The well child is always a happy  child���������it is a baby's nature to be  happy and contented. Mothers, ������f  your little ones arc cross and peevish  and cry a great deal they are not well  ���������they are in need of medicine���������something that will set their bowels and  stomach in order, for nine-tenths of  all childhood ailments arise from a  disordered state of the bowels and  stomach. Such a medicine is Baby's  Own Tablets. They are a mild but  thorough laxative which regulate the  bowels, sweeten the -stomach, and  thus drive out constipation, colic, indigestion ; break up colds and simple  fevers and make the baby healthy and  happy. Concerning them, Mrs. Albert  Hamcl, Pierrcville, Que., writes: ���������  "Baby's Own Tablets are the best  medicine T know of for little ones.  Thcy relieved my little ������irl from constipation when nothing else would  and I can strongly recommend them  to other mothers." The Tablets are  sold by medicine dealers or by mail  at 25 rents a box from The Dr. Wil-  liams Medicine Co., lirockvillc, Ont.  "I don't see why you stick to Dr.  i.'orpor's church," chattered Mrs.  I'flippe. "He'.**, such a poky old preacher." #  "He'.-** just that," ajrrced her friend,  Mrs. Fortysome, "but then, you  know, the light from that rose window chin fr. rijjht ovcr my pew nnd  makes me look not more than 20  I years old."  I Ni-*irly all children tire subject to  worms, and many are born with them.  Spare them unffering by using Mother  n-'-iv'T!' WV-rn**. T'rtermlnr.tor, the b**fit  remedy of thr kind  that can be had.  well shod horse travel*  surest and farthest93  ���������fpHE" car equipped with Part-  A ridge Tires runs almost free  from the delays and inconveniences caused by tire troubles.  Partridge Tires have so unquestionably proved their dependability and economy that  they are to-day recognized aa "the most service  for your monev" tires.  USB  ONLY TABLETS MARKED  "BAYER"   ARE  ASPIRIN  Not Aspirin at AH without thc "Bayer Cross"  A   nllent. Iccylens clock, which con-  ������*>i������i������   o������e1v   fneir   *<���������]*-rlr.   nnrl   n n  mrvAtvtvti  l������  ~  ]h\ti  Invention.  ������Avmi^  Many tt man vw1i#-������ \*nt* \*[a *-,rit-i* ������y1������**j������������  himself  awny.  tidi-t  'Foi* CoMn, Tain, No.ura^h, To&tti-  Ittcho. Iloadacho, Earacho, and for  Khoumatiiini, Lmnbago, Sciatica, Nou-  ���������rltlu, tako Anpirln marked with the  iiiuu������* "Bayok'"oir you u.x������> wot litkhiir  A-       ������    *.. , V* ������  ..-  -  ,      ..   . ..       x.   X        .. ...  Accept only <f3a*venr. TAlnl-ata t\t  ^ILii])lrln"   In   aa   uubrokou   "Bayer"  TJt-wro \m WLxlr ������m������ A������nIrfn*^T9������yer,*--.T'B'n m-niif. ������ny ���������'Maye.i  >������pfrlri la th** trrtrt* ttinrk (r-iBlntnred !*������ Ca-naelu) of Tlayeir Mnnuraotiiro of T.reirnt.  Hc-ttlcaolelAHKir of n**elloyHemolel.    Wlill* It I* wall known that  Aaplrln  tn������on������ l-ieynt  aftti-.-eraot-ir*, to a������nlat tliu publla usalnat ImltaUontie, the* Tuli!������t*i of Uayer-r Cuiniitu*-  Wlll  iiu HtHUll>eel  will* tUalr MunatMl  ieiAA������ iiinirW. tteiw *-ili������.v������ir e:rn.������'<  ^������������������c~:~^~ x.ltld. c~\.i~,ln.i cuui|>li-l������* ell-  rcotloim. Thon you aro getting resal  Annirin���������tho gonulno Anpirin nvo-  ocrlbed by phyoiclane* for ovcr Jinio-  loirn  year-i.    Novr mado   in  (Junada.  liliUu)    ClU   UO.-lrU   COUCUIUIULT    ILL   l(U>-  lotn eont bnt a, fotv enntrj. i)ni/*r.������*l-et.rs  uluo noil larger "Bttyor" pucku)'c.\.  I  W.      N.  U.  1.122  Jt*il-rf,-*-Kr������J,'.������t������ jJ'ir.  m nmt-ntSHit'^H^^M tih.lHSt4iHit*M4ialk 9Ji Airi'I'.UliJli\li\iik.wli.^MitlH-^^U^.lWzU^ibJ*!^ AI  ��������������� im., mx* i Me*^������elemiiln IWJ  ���������ei**i^rtr������*rw*^*if^iiaffi*it^ *hh   kbtotew,  .oreston,   S������  Turkish Capital fo  Be Under Aiiies  o-  Ottawa.���������A resolution supplementary to the production of an act to  give thc government power to regulate the exportation of any commodity produced or manufactured in Canada when circumstances call for such  restrictions was introduced in thc  house of commons by Sir Robert  Borden.  Thc prime minister explained that  strong representations had been  made that in the interests of thc public, it would bc necessary to restrict  export of such articles as coal, sugar  and newsprint. He asked parliament  to postpone thc usual discussion of  thc resolution so as to be able to  permit the bill to bc introduced forthwith. It would bc referred to a select committee of parliament which  would probably have some revision to  make, and then the bill coula. ue debated in thc house in committee.  In reply to thc objections of Jacques Bureau, Liberal member for  Three Rivers, Sir Robert said that he  hoped thc select committee would  ���������Ind some way of meeting thc emergency which had called for the bill,  which would take out of the hands of  the government the great responsibility involved in carrying it out.  Cost of Living Still Going Up  J-*abor  General  Name British Objections  Marine Bill  Would Prevent Use  of  Other Than U. S.  Ships  Washington.���������British objections to  the enforcement of the new American merchant marine bill arc understood to be based principally on two  sections of the measure.  The first prohibits the carrying of  merchandise in other thau American  ships between American ports via a  . foreign port. This would stop freight  carriage between thc United States  and Alaska ovcr Canadian railroad  lines or in Canadian ships, which has  grown into a business of magnitude.  The other section directs the president to abrogate all treaties which  restrict the right of thc United States  to impose discriminatory duties upon  foreign shipping entering American  ports.  uasette    .Reports   A  Movement of Prices  Upward  Ottawa.��������� The Labor Gazette reports that in prices thc general movement continues upward, increases in  grain, fodder, livestock, fuel, building materials and furnishings slightly  mor-e than offsetting decreases in  eggs, milk, hides, textiles and in raw  furs.  Iu retail prices the average cost  of a family budget of staple foods in  60 cities was higher, rising to $16.65  at the middle of May, as compared  with $15.99 in thc middle of April, and  $7.42 in May, 1914. The chief increase was in potatoes, which averaged $6.15 per bag, as compared with  $4.78 in April. Sugar also advanced,  averaging 21.7 cents per pound for  granulated, as compared with 19.5 in  April. There were slight increases in  some meats, and in several of thc  other lines, with decreases in eggs  and milk. Coal and coal oil were also upward, aud rents averaging considerably higher.  ������b,   budget  and  commission    by  Eulogizes Canada  Plan to Keep Men on Farms  Montreal.���������R. B. Sauvage, secretary  of thc United Farmers' Association  of Quebec, announces that the institution will me������t here to discuss what  steps will bc necessary for them to  take in order to prevent men from  deserting thc farms and seeking work  in the cities and also for the protection of thosc already engaged hi tilling   the   soil.  One Great Essentia!  To a Woman's Health  Is Her Nerves  Manchester Guardian Says Dominion  Never More Attractive to  "a llic KiTjigrsrit  London.���������Thc   Manchester   Guardian publishes a special Canadian number   containing  a  message   from   Sir  George Foster.    He -says:  "Canada welcomes every intimation  of a renewal of interest and enterprise as displayed in thc press and  the business community of the  Motherland in reference to overseas  possibilities of which they have too  long been neglectful."  Thc Guardian, editorially, says that  nobody acquainted with   the   temper  and aspect of the Dominion since the  war can fail to partake of her optimism, nor, at  thc  same  time,  fail  to  be impressed with the welcome moderation and sanity that characterizes  it.   There is no trace of the etxce.-������sive  booming so dangerous  to her reputation in pre-war ycars, it -says.  Continuing,  thc Guardian  says:  "On   thc  contrary, both provincial  and    federal    governments   together  with  such  responsible bodies ar,  the  United Farmers, are showing genuine  anxiety  to  secure  that  investor and  immigrants  arc given  reliable    facts  and figures, and that the operations  of the -speculator shall bc discouraged  Throughout   the  Dominion   them    ia  manifest an anxiety to bc done with  machine  politics;  the rule of the interests and  thc pull of thc lobbyist;  never, indeed, in her history, has Canada  been   a  more  attractive   land   to  the immigrant with political idea*!."  Internationalization   of  the  Port   of  Constantinople Provided in  Turkish Treaty  London.���������Limited internationalization of the port of Constantinople  and its inclusion within the zone of  the straits is provided in the provisional terms of the Turkish treaty.  This is disclosed by an official summary of the purtsdiction provided for  the inter-allied commission of control.  Granted its own fia  separate origin, the  the lines of the boundaries fixed for  the "zone oi the straits," will have  authority ovcr a territory larger  than some of thc smaller nations of  Europe. Made almost sovereign in  itself, the commission is to be practically independent of the League of  Nations, as stipulation is expressly  made, that should it find liberty of  passage ot the straits interfered  with, it shall take such measures as  inay be deemed necessary to preserve the freedom of the straits.  The zone includes not only tho  Bosphorus, Sea of Manripra and the  Dardanelles, but also three miles off  shore from thevmouth of the Dardanelles, and thc Bosphorus and the  Aegean Islands of Samothrace and  Imbros, Tcnedos and Lesbos. A land  zone is also provided extending from  10 to 17 miles northwest of the Sea  j of Marmora and 8-28 miles southeast  of it.  Its northwestern limit is partly  common with the district of Smyrna,  55 miles southeast of the entrance to  the Dardanelles. The zone also includes an area on thc western side of  the Gallipoli peninsula which Turkey  concedes to Great Britain. France  and Italy for war memorials and cemeteries.  Big Profit in Shoes  Shoes Cost $9.75 and A Toronto Man  Pays $22 A Pair  Ottawa.���������In a judgment signed by  commissioners W. F. O'Connor and  James Murdock, the Board of Commerce finds the Manhattan Shoe  Company of Toronto, "guilty of an  offence against the Combines and Fair  Prices act in that they sold to Robert Lachappelle a pair of shoes for  $22, being a price higher than was  reasonable and the board directs the  company (K. N. and S. N. Saba) and  "each of them to mark in plain and  legible figures,; on the sole of each  pair of boots, shoes, slippers, pumps  and other like articles which now are  or may hereafter for the space of  twelve months from this date be held  for sale, or offered* for sale, by them,  or either of them, the price to the  customer."  This case involves the purchase of  a pair of shoes from the Manhattan  Shoe Company on May 8 for $22. The  shoes cost $9.25 a pair, at the factory  and express, laces and box for the  shoes brought up the cost to the  Manhattan Shoe company to 9.75.  The shoes being thereupon marked  up up for sale at $14 per pair, but  were actually sold to the complainant,  on May 8 for $22.00.  The board will forward to the attorney general for Ontario a recommendation that the guilty party be  prosecuted.  London.���������The housc of commons  has tabled proposed amendments to  the Irish Home Rule bill, designed to  prevent setting up a republican parliament in Ireland, by making it essential that all candidates take ths  oath of allegiance to Great Britain in  order to qualify for office.  Thc amendments also provide that  under certain conditions, the British  viceroy of Ireland would be empowered to assume supreme legislative  authority.  Sinn Fein sympathizers declared  the amendments bore out their prediction that the government had 9  joker up their sleeve, adding that  no Sinn Feiner would take the oath  of allegiance.  Dublin.���������A pitched battle occurred  between a group of armed Sinn Fein-  ers and British soldiers at Ballineen  military camp, near Dunmanway, in  which many shots were exchanged.  The raiders were finally driven off.  No report was available as to whether there had been casualties.  Dublin.��������� The new policy of the  British government toward Ireland,  soon to bc instituted, involves the {in-  conditional release of all Sinn Fein  prisoners who have not been convicted, it is learned on good authority.  Would Select Indian Chiefs  T.  io rreserve reace  Nature intended women to be  ���������strong, healthy and happy as the day  ia long, instead of being sick aud  wretched. But how can any woman  be healthy and happy when thc whole  . ml  nervous system is uusuiiuitf. _ j.1.*-  trouble is thcy pay more attention to  their social ami household duties than  they do to their health. Ia It any  wonder then that they become irritable and liKivoiiri, have hot flushes.  faint and dizzy spells, smothering and  oinktng spells, become- weak und nervous, and everything in life becomes  dark nnd -gloomy.  Milbnrn'.'t Heart and Nerve Pills are  1I1C    VCiy     I'ClilCtlj     lel.it    ilyi tiyi.l-i,    lii'L-u  out,   weary   women   ne���������-d   to   restore  thcni to the blessings of pood health.  Mrs. V. li. Ryan, Sand Point. N.S..  writes: "J   have been a great,  tiufierer  Organization   of   New   International  BtsAv ITri^eii' XnTn-ir  at TVi������  ~* V* Jf m^ mX.*-~ 0Pm, ���������  ���������    Xmjf *~xm m.   -.���������<���������������  Hague  Thc Hague.���������The conclusion of the  jurists invited by the League of Nations to meet in this capacity for the  organization of a permanent international court of justice opened its sessions here. The conference was inaugurated by Leonard Bourgeois, president of the French associated societies of Paris.  "The terrible lessons of thc war,"  said the French statesman, "were necessary to make the peoples of the  world understand that the basis of  peace between nations did not lie in  force." Hc declared that the. proposed court would bc a really permanent  body, not merely a court of arbitration, and that it would render dcci**-  sion from which there would be no  appeal. It would be necessary, he  added, to have, a strong organization  to carry out the decisions which  would bc made in future by the body  to be organized.  Co-Operative Stockyards  Are Successful  injlii  iici v e;   tiWuulO;;.      I   \,,i.i   .'*'  wer.l.  aud nervous I could not 'de-?-** at ni-f'ht  und my appetite was very poor. I  could not walk across the floor without: trend-linn.    1 had hot flushes and  tain mi}.; :.i>ti/.*.. U 1.1:11 j v.;.:. .'.i ���������:������.>  ue.-ce>nd bo:;- of Mtlbi:r:i\*-. Tlenr! nnd  Nerve Pills I began lo ie<-\ better and  kept on until I hael u������cd i:hc boxes*.  when I felt like a dtli'ercut ]'<:* Mm, I  am nrver without them in til-��������� lions'*  miel recoiiiiue:ud th**MV. tn all who r.i'fler  ,v nil   I lii;li    iiCi v ���������:.  Will Not Trade With Bolshevists  Brussels.������������������In official quarters denial was made of a report that Belgium  would join in the negotiations with  Gregory Krassin, Bolshcviki minister  oi trade and comu-.;rcc, for ~ resumption of commercial relations with Soviet Russia.  House to Prorogue Soon  Ottawa.���������It war, learned that leaders on both side of the house of commons expect prorogation by the end  of this week. Many members, how-  ever, oo noi uuhk. mc ituii&ej will u:-*-.  .before July 1  at* thc earliest.  B. C. Air Board Elected  V iiucouv*-*], B.C.���������Lieut.-Col. lion.  E. G. Prior, lieutenant-governor F.  \V. Peters, nnd Henry Bell-Irving are  named as member*-, of the British  Columbia advisory council m Uic an*  bo..:*!   oi   Canada.  Cou-r.l Lun.hcv.r.cr. W:'."<  'Waine  i'rinrr. l-Mibm, B.C.���������-All employer::;  SViOTHERS  "California Syrup of Figs'*  Child's Best Laxative  /   ,*^.-*\N*v  "���������*-  Encouraging Report Submitted By  Directors at Meeting in  Moose Jaw-  Moose Jaw.��������� That the first four  and a half months' operations of the  Saskatchewan Co-Operative Stockyards have been completed with entire success, came to light when the  first annual meeting of the shareholders was held in thc Livestock Exchange building, Moose Jaw. The director's report was most encouraging  and showed a comfortable surplus  after providing for certain organization and depreciation expenses.  A dividend will not be declared, it  was decided, until the company had  been in operation for a full year.  The meeting was very well attended  and the president, J. H. Grayson, and  the manager, Edward Evans, were  highly complimented on the splendid  showing made by the -stockyards in  such a abort time they have been in  operation. The retiring directors,  Senator Willoughby, W. A. Munns,  of Mooscjaw; and Trcfifle Bonncau, of  Willow Bunch, were  re-elected.  Thc shareholders expressed themselves as particularly satisfied at the  large quantites of stock reported a9  having been received from the neighboring provinces of Alberta and Manitoba, as well as from thc eastern and  northern  -?ections of the province.  Old System of   Hereditary    Council  May be Done Away With  With  Ottawa. ��������� That the government  ���������should institue the selective system of  securing councillors for Indian bands  wherever possible, and that there  should be a standing select committer  of the house on Indian affairs, wero  the resolutions brought into thc com-  mons by the special committee, to  amend the Indian act, whose report  was tabled recently.  Tlie committee was of the opinion  that administration of thc affairs oi  an Indian community or band by tbo  hereditary co\mcil might bc detrimental to the best interests and progress  of the Indians.  It therefore recommended that  wherever such a systcm now exists,  the government should ascertain  whether the majority of the malo  members of the band of thc full agfl  of 21 were in favor of the adoption  of the selective system of choosing  councillors, and if so that the provisions of the Indian act in this regard should be brought into operation as soon as possible.  Good for Father  and Good for Son  MR.  C. ROY PRAISES DODD'S  KIDNEY PILLS  Many Strikes in May  Ottawa.���������A return in the commons  allows that in May there were 73  strikes, involving ������-*.bout 12,005 people  with a time loss of 145,168 working  days. In April there were 44 strikes,  6,629 people idle and 84,009 working  days lost.  He States That They Relieved Hrfl  Son of Bed Wetting and Himself  of Blndder Trouble. ��������� A-sk YouV  Neighbor's About Dodd':; Kidney  Pills.  I-  t'li-c r.iv  i>  -.nailed   diiri-t   ou  'll-r      T       Tildh.M"  *>1! I ' '      I   111'  1'i'iTlpt  lM    e! r-p -,*���������*  of   prie-e  hiMl-.V        f  by  !I;*..:v  ������������������iufhl  le  on,   Ih'.'.,  -hour   day  . .*  .: '���������*- 4 '.     *" '*  ��������� ������������������-���������'-   -*.:;'(   is.  .*'.  -<���������   '111   '  (cilre    feer   nn  a:  i.l   !j'-l   ���������  i    day     with  Accept "California" Syrup of Figs  only -look for the name California on  the package, then you are sure your  child la having the best and most  itarmic*i!i iiiiy.*������ic .or n.c t.^^.c SwOrnac*,  liver and boweln. Children love its  fr'-'.ty ������������������>,.l*" luill dirertinni ou each  bottle.    You must nay "California."  Watching the State-a  London.���������Walter Hume Lonp*, first  lord of thc admiralty, declared in the  house of commons that the admiralty  war.    following    import-in t     de-velop-  Thiviergi.- -Office. Bona vent-.: Co.,  Que., June: 21st.���������(Special). --- That  Dodd's Kidney Pills hav-- been, successfully used by both olel and .vomitf  as a remedy for kidney ills ..- .i^aiu  shown by the -statement oi >!-. Clement Rov, of this place.  ,,������ ��������� .   i       .       ii. * ��������� ������������������ **  1 >ne *^;.eu iu i.rc .ei.il*    .v.' .^....  Roy says, "that Dodd's  Kidivy  r-flicveel my little boy cf bed v.\  They also "helped my bladder ���������*.  I   cannot   say  too  niuch   in   p:.i  L*uuu'.s   ivieiaty    I'iei.*..''  Dodd's Kidney l'ills a--" ..  remedy pure anel simple. Bui  nnd urinary troubles e:ome as  ref    ie.'f.*il<*    or    di-sere'rel    kielrrv  Pill-l  ttinr;.  uible-.  ..-.-   of  ilH..ll.'r      tj.      ....       i  United     States  closeness.  ......        .. I natural  way   to  tr<;u   Mn  with     the     Greatest    to slrcui.t!w-u U1  i>(:;, :!.,  :.  II I IU'./  ��������� Udder  -.fin It  'I hel  i  .ii ;  More  Divorces Granted  Ottnvn������������������   Sbr    more   dive-������rre  were j*>:>''s<*-e1 by th** private bills  ee, unit  lh-re  are;  -still nine  mitte  billn  ro'n-  more  Mr. Roy acted    on    this    j  when he* used Dodd's Kieh-.ey  s.:-    - i   -���������������:-   rr..-.'.   1  -.. i* i | il O  .Is for  he   *fci���������������-1  i ..,...* i _  . . .....r������  V wiv-tll  natisLictiou  MateMnrr.t.  If you have not U5ed the-ni your**.*.-']'*,  ask your netfjhi'ors il i>������ueiu'*. Kiw.i.y  Villi:   are   no*   the   remedy   for   Ui.'*'-������������������ v  nisi.  I ilrHiir-iwrMiW. ���������������������*  rwwwi������������i^r.jni.ir'rimil������)iM'l������,lii|.r.i.Mrri.rMi.iMi.  ...im^imgmtmi  mm.������miimWm%  M*8iP>tWti*av%mAl#^  BHeaimitM mm  THE  CKESTOH  REVIEW  There was a grand total of six newcomers to the Valley during June according to the official vital statistics-  three each of girls and boys. Cupid  has a showing of two  weddings, and  ���������"hV-s ori  ere was one deaths  "Canada's Best"  Local and Personal  Wanted���������Roll top desk.    Enquire  Review Omce.  Unequalled for Tonal  Qualities, Reliability  and Durability.  Our Player Piano is the  Best on the Market.  FACTORY BRANCH  Willis Pianos, Ltd,  NELSON  Fob Rent���������Three room cottage.  Apply Ohas. Moore, Creston.  Mrs. J. E. Hayden is a visitor with  friends in Cranbrook this week.  Hay Fob Sale���������One stand of 1\  acres; one stand of 3 acres. Apply to  R. Lamont.  For Sale���������Sealers and Window  Plants. Apply Mrs. Simon, section  house, Creston.  For Kent���������Barn and sheds on half-  acre, with two acres good pasture.  Apply to R. Lamout.  Mrs. and Miss Jennie Belanger, who  were at Eerme for Dominion Day, remained over the week-end, returning  on Monday.  Wanted���������Position by elderly man  used to stock, teaming, etc. Apply  Box 19, Review Office.  Dr. A. E. Robinson of Griffin, Sask.,  was here a few days the early part of  the week, on a visit to Mr. and Mrs.  S. A. Speers.  Father Desmarais announces that  he will take the services in Holy Cross  church, Creston, on Sunday next at  the usual hours.  Miss Mary Barraclough and lady  friend of Calgary arriyed on Monday  on a visit to her parents, Mr. and Mrs.  W. Barraclough.  Autoists are reminded for the last  time that on Thursday next the rule  of the road in the interior of B.C. is  Turn to the Right.  For Sale���������Pinto mare, weight  about 800 lbs., $55; top buggy, good as  new, $90; good set single harness, $25,  Morrow's Blacksmith Shop.  Strawberries.   Gooseberries.   Cherries.  Our Hobby and Habit is  TOPPING THE MARKET  gEND YOUR SHIPMENTS TO US and see the difference;  *** our heavy outside shipments assure higher prices. We will  advise shippers condition of goods on arrival, market conditions, and prices likely to rule; returns forwarded as soon as shipments are sold and remittances made on returns immediately following the first and sixteenth of each month. Shippers will do  well advising a few days ahead what shipments they propose  sending us.    Our commission charge is 15 per cent.  d%       Xm~\ %mt M.   X A^r&J    JL        A mX. ~JUT*~m    V     J-^m.\~~*S-d  EDMONTON  CALGARY  LETHBRIDGE  At j.)i''.*s.*],t prices on.-; naturally hesitates doing any exten-  -iiv.- triiilcliii.tr just mew.    But stern necessity will compel you to  ���������imlertake a certain amount of it, and when it comes to Building  .Sr.pi'ii-:**: tliis A"r>: ���������������������������an be.* <>f real service to you.    We are nicely  -i-r,r.]r.'-A   ;)i   Locks, Hinges, Nails, Glass, Roofing  Building and Tar Papers  in f.ic:* <*v.'ryt.hi:i^ in   t :;���������*.*  way 'it'  bnild'-iV nce.-d-s.     See onr stock  and g-'t onr {eric*-".     \YV hav** the right goods priced right.  I-   I P\J r*4. d-t -4 -try.m/v        }"/~' f > .������ / tr. V r* r, -j-^ , V*/.        tt.mtdiv.Jtv,   10..  M  M Vtrl (AiiXJtir tP     ������W      X    i'VI  tltrlrVVI ts    KAV~-pjjiy  M. ./. HOY J)  Company  Ma tuuier  SHURFLO OIL  VALVFd  lift   us   Ffjifip    Yotn   FORI) with-   <nw  (if tlu'SP    V/ifv^-7.  i'.y  bie .wi njj** i ,'i I   ir,.-   r,jl  pip..   .,- -< *.i ->i������ > t.; 11| V  with air   thrniigh  1,:..   * '  ��������������������������� ���������     ������������������' *' I  , ,**  t l/isif isi id-tit    'i'iv-i'L-   fi.    'I'nfij'i  '���������! I ��������� *���������!������������������'!   tr*"' "r    -it   'i!  ���������'���������'*.        c      i  ���������,' *' i!.' V " I; !' * I; ' .  A j* j* nt-1' d. .r, nt.  Rev, N. B. Fallis of Nelson was a  visitor here on Sunday, taking; both  morning and evening service in the  Presbyterian Church that day.  H. W. Power of Mining Truth, Spokane, former editor of the Kootenaian.  Kaslo, was a week-end yisitor at  Creston, guest of C. F. Hayes.  Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Moore and Mrs.  H. and Miss Frances Lyne, left on  Tuesday for Spokane, where they are  spending a few days with friends.  Bey. Mr. Knox, who is taking temporary charge of Creston Methodist  Church, arrived the latter part of the  week, and took the usual services on  Sunday.  B. B. McLeod was a visitor a Kellogg, Idaho, this week, returning  Thursday with Mrs. McLeod and their  young son, who arrived about the  middle of June.  Mrs. C. F. Hayes was called to Edmonton by wire on Thursday iast due  to the illness of her sister who is in  the General hospital suffering from  blood poisoning.  Mrs. L. Paulsen (nee Byckmari) who  has been a patient in Cranbrook hospital the past three weeks, returned  on Snnday and is steadily regaining  her former good health.  M  ~i  H|*||M      ������������������������*���������**     ||     M   g to| B  1LOIUI1  liruvo  Mr.  and    Mrs.   C. '<  Spokane visitors the latter- part of the  week.       Mr.  Bennett   got    back   on  Saturday, but Mrs. Bennett is remaining for a couple of weeks.  The July meeting of the Crestcn  Board of Trade is scheduled for Tuesday night, when the question of joining up with the new East Kootenay  Associated Boai-d will be disposed of.  Mrs. Bruce was a week-end visitor  at Nelson with her son, Art. who  underwent an operation in the hospital in that,city on Saturday, aud is  making a most satisfactory recovery.  Const. Loder of the Creston detachment of the R.N.W.M.P., bas been  transferred and is succeeded by Const.  Summei-field of Lethbridge, who arrived on Friday, accompanied by his  wife.  Warning���������Will the party who was  seen takidg the halter, last Friday  night, from the fence on the old Dr.  Wells ranch, now occupied by Mrs.  Cockle, kindly return same at once  and save further trouble.  Miss Ivy Brant and James Hopkins  of Nelson were guests of Mr. and Mrs.  P. R. Truscott a few days the latter  part of the week. Mrs. Truscott retarded with them and will spend the  balance of the week with her parents  in that city.  Thursday next is positively the last  day that you can have your name  placed on the voters list, and unless  you make a point to register you will  certainly be without a vote. All old  lists have been burned and this new  one is the only list that counts.  Wm. Ramsay of Nelson, provincial  engineer, was here on Tuesday taking  a look over the good roads making operations on Canyon Road. This vvork  was held up a few days at the end of  the week owing to a shortage of water  for the steam rock crushing plant.  A number of the high school girls  are th s week making a canvass of  their particular localities "on behalf of  the Central Europe famine relief fund,  and have met with quite a generous  response. The fund they are raising is  for the benefit of the children in that  devastated area.  Mrs. W. G. Jachson arrived from  Victoria the latter part of the week  on a visit to her sons, Messrs. W. V.  and F. II. Jackson, anel will probably  .emnin here, taking one of the cottages recently erected by the latter on  his place aeljeiiniii-j- town. She is accompanied by her daughter.  'Back to God's Country" is a special  offering that JYIamu-cei- Rodgers has  secured for the Peekin for Monday  night, July 12th. Wherever it ban  been shown the (Urn baa made a tro-  menduous hit, and all patrons of the  moyie drama will regret it if thev miss  it.    One show only���������at 8.30.  Tbe former two-acre property of F.  fl. Little, which was vacated by F. H.  Maylett about, six months ago, lias  just been purchased by Mr. Lolliott of  Lethbridge, Alta., who took posossion  tbis week. VVit.b his wife and family  Mr. Lelliolt have been guests of Air.  and Mrs. (iobbett the past two weeks.  Following so closely on Get Together Day of .lime 25th, Dominion Day���������  Tliiii>day lu.sl.��������� wnn emir cch-lu'alt'd lo  any extent. A few local fishermen  were at Nick's Island that morning in  <|iM'.*-t, of hteelhead trout and made a  fail- eale'h, altbeaigb these fish are just,  1 be-ginnin;^ Pi e-iriiw up tlie '.'.Ire-am  there mew.  day church services are being discontinued for a couple of months, but the  Sunday school will be carried on as  usual.  A meeting is called for next Friday  night, July 16th, at 8.30 for the purpose of organizing the Creston Vallev  Athletic Association. This is an organization that is badlv needed to  foster sports of all kinds both with the  youngsters and adults, and it is hoped  there will be a good big meeting and a  strong organization launched. The  meeting will be in Speers' Hall.  ["jValley fruitgrowers should be out in  force next Thursday night, J"uly I5th.  at the Peekin, to hear J, For-syth  Smith, the Dominion Trade Commissioner to Britain, discuss the market  possibilties for B.C. fruit in the Old  Country. In view of the fact that  Creston Valley apples will be going  onto the English market this season  Mr. Smith's talk should be exceptionally timely.  Timely notice of and prompt arrival  of help saved the Mallandaine portable  sawmill at tho foot of Goat Mountain,  opposite the Compton ranch, from destruction early Saturday evening.  Debris in close proximity to -the mill  had got a considerable start from some  unaccountable source, but the  incipent conflagration was noticed  just in the nick of time to prevent a  serious fire loss.  Col. Warden of Vancouver, the  original commander of "Warden's  Warriors," as the famous 102nd Bat-  tilion was best known, was a Creston  visitor a couple of days at tbe end of  the week. He is now organizing the  province on behalf of the Moderation  League   which,  at   the   forthcoming  Dance at Duck Greek  There will be a dance in Wynndel schoolhouse on Saturday night,  July 10th, under the auspices o?  Wynndel Baseball Club. Remember the good time you had at tbe  last dance given by the boys, and  everybody come. A good time is  assured. Gentlemen 75c. Ladies  please bring supper.  ��������� :n     IV III   tXL fay  liquor referendum,  ors to vote for   government control  rather than the present liquor act.  Mr. Birce. of \ ancouver, a travelling  representative of the B.C. game department, was here a few days the  latter part of tbe week, investigating  the game bird situation in the Valley.  According to Mr. Birce there is everv  liklihood of the department a ono? n ting  a game warden for this section.  Since Frank Callander's departure  early in 1916 the provincial police  have had charge of game protection.  Little Miss Mary Goodwin was  hostess at a birthday party at her  home on Friday afternoon last, when  almost two dozen of her young friends  turned up to help he*- celebrate her  sevenun anniversary in?rp was a  great afternoon of it at games and  amusements of every sort, followed  by a splendid supper. The party was  a great success���������the visitors all wishing Alary could have at least three  such anniversaries each year instead  of one.  The return baseball match between  Nelson and Creston for the West  Kootenay championship, will be played at Creston on Snnday afternoon,  July 11th, the game to start at 2 p.m.  prompt. The contest will be a battle  royal as Creston is out to even up for  the 10-9 defeat sustained at Nelson on  Dominion Day. Maxwell and Telford  will be the battery for Creston, and  with the exception of Bruce, who is in  the hospital, Creston will field the  same team they had at Nelson. As a  matter of $80 expense has been incurred to bring Nelson here it is hoped  there will be a big turnout and an  equally generous collection.  The secretary of Creston G.W.V.A.  has received word from the Soldiers'  Civil Re-establishment that arrangements have been made for vocational  courses in assaying and forestry at tbe  University of British Columbia. The  classes are excellent, the former carrying a B.C. assayer's certificate, and the  latter qualifying the student for practical forestry employment. Applicants  should be either suffering from war-  incurred disability which prevents  them from returning to pre-war occupation, or that they enlisted under the  age of IS. Applications must be in  Nelson before July 15th. and any ex-  member of the forces desiring to apply  for this course should get into touch  with C. B. Garland at once.  Dominion Day was royally ushered  out by the crowd of Valley peopLewho  were on hand for the free housewarm-  ing dance at the new and commodious  packing shed  on   the James Compton  ranch  on  Thursday  night last.    The  floor was readily danced into shape,  good   music   was   furnished   by Mesdames   Foreman  and Constable,  and  Aliss Lillian Cherrington, and Messrs.  G. P. Smith aud J. K. Chorlton, while  the supper was both  abundant and of  the excellent quality   Mrs,  Comptou  has a well-deserved reputation for pro  vidbng.      Dancing continued well in'o  Friday morning and tbe guests show*  ed  their hearty appr> c'ation   of   tl e  splendid hospitality extended   by uli s-  ng  proceedings   with  three  vigorous  cheers  and  a  tiger  for  Mr. and Mrs.  Compton, followed by an equally lusty  rendering of "For they ure jolly good  fellows," and God Save the King.    A 8  hosts Air.  and  Airs. Compton   proved  themselves    past    masters,   handling  every detail of the  affair���������which attracted a crowd that taxed the capacity of the building to tlie limit���������with-  aut a hitch in any direction.  i_i a \f i ivi r*  ii rx ��������� a ��������� *������ vii  DCDMITC  a    mmt i���������������.���������  a w  Notice is hereby given that all  applications for haying privileges  on tlie Flats must be forwarded to  the. Crestoii Valley Stockbreeders'  Association on or before July 24th,  1920.  Creston^Valley Stockbreeders Association.  Saturday, July 10  HARRY CAREY in  The Outcasts of Poker Flats  Part 11  Red Glove  Monday, July 12  NELL SHIPMAN in  Back to Cod's Country  By Jas. Oliver Cm-wood and  a Story of the North.  WedscPy* July 14  GLADYS BROCKWELL in  The Pitfalls pf a Big City  Depicting the**<fetriiggle of a  woman to'"come back.  SUNSHINE COMEDY  Wild Woman & Tame  Lions  Matt & Jeff  Fox News  LAUD���������Caraten'-s, 3 lb. pail, reg. $1.30, at   .-41.15  -.     40  Com Flakes, reg. 15c. pkg., at 3 i'or   ....     40  Featherlight Baking Powder, reg. 35c., at   ....     30  SUGAR���������Brown, reg. 22Jc. IK, at    ....     21  ....     10  BISCUITS���������Sweet Mixed, reg. 45c, at   .-      10  I   ���������m  ������  ~     ^js**** Mt rjjsj^ w  of /lo PiHRnri  wi &.1U111 liuiiu  ^*r*!*i*i-    -r-v- ti   j-"������������������   Q    Li AS   aSk  ^^mj. ^^^^      -yM     g_|~        __.      jg^,   MM***!  ^^^^m   1^^^^   ^i^^xm   imt     mx  ^x   ^^^^^   r^^^^ ^^r^^x.      w^.     ^^^ttx      j-^*..     fs-T^^itx   wm^^m)  ^���������mi   W~0~W   W\ ini   W W        \-m*m4. W-x m���������   \m.is\\w    ff fl   R *^������m  OLimUL UMSOMUL  /.//*>.*%��������� a #*'*-; hiH'j*'  HtKJiViz   UI  June proved to be  'if the- whole month.  thai i\ny, while- the- cooli-st touch was  ��������� luiii' Ifiiel when it. i^eet, mm low Ml' 't\\.  Tin- rainfall was the heaviest the  iiiiniiii has ixpe'i n-nee'ei for air ii'asi.  fenir ye-Hif. the- total fall oT welm-HH  he-ill*^   \K  illilie'H.  The-  laHt. day of  ( lie' W.il tile'.' t   e|ay  ��������� i   .   ..., .     1 :'< 1  day.  i-.l-le'iT*.   Weieiihi'y   and   itnum-H. \\ln>  h.i\*e*   In e*ll     1 i v * I .*    the:     liil'.t.  t U'e>  niemt ll  ���������w-w- yr~x ���������*"*"���������������, Tin  h..V.' ....*.,   iu*..-   Uir   uuuvoimmti..'::!   IVJll-Arw W oVJiN 15 JKAJ*   1   A i 111 A^L k5  in   rliai*.-**   e.f   the- Valley work  nf   t lie j |  ���������lineii'li    ������.f    l.-iie.!������''>.*'i'l    iif    l.nlli'i    IlievB     \) ,, 11,...   Q i.... ��������� 11., ��������� (>)-i)i->iil    <va������-|'i-I������i.(ll--; I   IIWI-I*    I  This will Ikj your last chance to sowiro Sugar at this  price in small quantities. This is Brown Sugar of best  quality, and wc have less than a quarter of a ton of ifc  loft, Willi lhe proMervinf senson on now this will move  rapidly.    Our other Saturday Specials are as above.  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