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Creston Review Jul 30, 1920

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 ��������� --"��������� *���������/  ap!2j  WW  ~S~  V.-w      VTT  V ULi.    -A.XX.  GBESTON,  B, C,? FBTi)A������  TTTT .v sn    i oon  No. 22  O. P. Pargee left for his ranch in  Saskatchewan on Monday. J. Bellamy and family pulled out for Alberta  on Sunday.  Mrs. E. Butterfield and son, Ebward,  were week-end visitors at Proctor,  returning on Monday.  Mrs. E. B. Sutherland left for hsr  home in Vancouyer on Wednesday,  accompanied by her son', James.  They had been taking in the activities  of the berry season.  The big red berries are done again  for another season and we,are sorry to  report this year's yield on most  ranches was little better than half a  crop. Of the whole community John  Bathie and Joe Wigen have made the  best showing. Raspberries are now  inoying fast, and are realizing the best  prices in the history of the Co-Operative Association.  James Bnttertield of Balfour paid a  visit to his parents on Tuesday, returning the following day. He is  leaying Balfour for the coast at the  end of the week.  Quite a party took in the big show  at Creston on Monday night* and all  agreed it was the   best   show seen at  going down fast the swimmers have  to get out beyond the weeds.  Mr. Dewar, Mr. Williams, Sam  Moon and Ken. Dewar spent the  week-end on a fishing trip at Summit  Creek. Tney report very poor fishing  and the fish small.  Wally Johnson went to Kitchener  on Saturday on a fishing trip. We  hear he found the fishing none too  good, bnt ran into a real fine time at  the dance in that town on Saturday  ~x.rm-.t-  *ttft,*tu.  Most of the farmers now have their  berries cut down and burned, and  again being cultivated���������hoping for a  better crop next year.  Sirdar  wfesiron  in   severa**.  i**va  dance billed for Friday night in town  will also likely draw a crowd from  here.  Misses Wallace and Callaghan left  for their homes in Fernie on Monday,  and remarked they were glad to get  away on account of the mosquitoes.  Mr. and Mrs. Proctor of Battrum,  Sask., who have been guests of Mr.  and Mrs. Loasby the past three weeks,  left for home on Thursday. The mos-  quitoe invasion cut their visit short  by at least a week.  Mr, and Mrs. Jack Cameron were  Sunday visitors at Creston, making  the trip in their Ford.  Mrs. Dennes and young son were  visitors with Nelson friends a few  days last weeks  The report is current here that  Messrs. Cogle and Leake of Proctor  have the contract for the Kuskanook  wharf, and are to start work at once.  The work on the Sirdar-Kuskanook  road is also due to start about the  middle of August.  A couple of extra construction  crews were working out of here last  week. One was re-laying the steel in  the curves, while the other was putting in new poles and otherwise fixing  Harry Bathie and Ken Dewar played on the Creston baseball team  against Porthiil on Sunday, but even  with their assistance Creston was  unable to put over a win.  *���������������     t-  s^ X..       x r*     - ������- '--���������:-*. ikl������tpth<j telegraph lme,  now left, "and Wyntidet is mitsc mere-  settling down to its usual placidity for  another year.   /"'  Representatives of the A. McDonald  Co., Nelson, and the Western Grocers,  Cranbrook, were here on Monday and  Tuesday resppctiyely, and both departed well satisfied with the business  hooked up.  The continued hot- weather draws  everybody to the water and the  slough close to M. Wigeti's mill presents a lively scene every evening.  Monrad is proyiding the timber to  make a big' raft, as with the  water  Fencing Srounds  New Poultry Shed  Every member. b|the diretorate was  on hand for the meeting of the executive of Creston "valley Agricultural  Association on Friday, with President  Rodgers presiding.  W. V. Jackson, ^chairman of the  prize list committee, submitted the  complete list of awards for the 1920  exhibition, which after- a very thorough discussion wsis adopted as submitted. A perusal of it shows it to  be positively the best in the fall fail's  history. In addition to the regular  premiums, which in several cases have  been made bigger than last year, there  is a fine lot of special prizes scattered  throughout the fifteen classes���������and  not one of them payable in books,  magazines or other goods that have  not proved attractiye as prizes in the  past two years. ������������������:���������' Ih addition to the  regular and special offerings no less  than eight silver cups are offered for  competition���������four in tha fruit department, two in the** cattle, and one each  in horses, poultry and vegetables.  The list* will .be turned into the nrinter  at once, and the book of awards should  be ready for distribution at ihe middle  of August. r  The grounds committee, consisting  of Messrs. G. Johnson, F. H. Jackson  and S. A. Speers were voted $200 to at  once proceed with tbe wire fencing  of the grounds, an4 bidg ewe being  asked for the \vork= The intention is  to put an entrance -gate for stock at  the one side of the grounds, while at  the other will be a turnstile and a big  gate for the admittance of autos and  rigs. Instructions were also-given for  the erection of a shed big enough to  house the poultry exhibits.  was in shape to travel and get away  for his return home.  Col. Fitzgerald got rather badly  shaken up and internally injured on  Wednesday morning, while attempt-  ing to control a horse attached to a  ston<**boat carrying a barrel of water,  which shied at a passing automobile  in the neighborhood of the Truscott  corner. The injured man was brought  immediately to town where Dr* Henderson attended to him.  Elsewhere in this issue will be found  tbe regulations governing the new  lights wiih which autos and motor  cycles are to be equipped. Car owners  have been slow in complying with  these regulations but it is announced  that after August 15th the new regulations will be strictly enforced. Both  the Bev.'.n and Lidgate Bros, garages  can supply the new lights.  Provincial Police Vaehon on Saturday gathered in a couple of suspicious  characters in Joe Stearns and H.  Cohen, who are wanted at Yahk���������the  former on a charge of stealing a gold  watch and $15 from the Chinese cook  Oslgff*  > J;   oejrtlUlllf^  X\4 VV  *..  iu    -a.    out-nit i ti ������   uuuac  Cohen wa-*** apprehended on a vagrancy charge and both were taken to  Yahk on Sunday to stand trial.  Even in far away Egypt it is impossible to forget the Creston Valley.  T. M. Edmondson last week had a  letter from S. Chapman, who left here  a dozen years ago, and who is now  resident in the land of pyramids, in  which he states he is making ready to  return here, and saking for information on the development of the district since his departure about 1008.  The west half of the Murdock-Cal-  lender ranch, at present occupied by  Hugh Taylor, was sold on, Tuesday to  G. Nickel of Rosthern. Sask., a neigh-  At the inauguaral meeting of the  school trustees a few nights ago, J.  McGee was re-elected chairman of the  board, with N. Stones chosen secretary-treasurer. Mis. Millington is the  third member of the board, and Mr.  Aspell the auditor.  Vine. Liddicoatt has been in charge  of the carpenter work on the new  30 x 20 foot addition to the school. It  is hoped to haye the--new room finished and equipped by the time school  opens in September.  Jack Head, who is one of the first to  tackle bee keeping, has just cleared  one of bis hives for the first time, and  reports taking 75 pouhds of honey,  which is certainly a good showing,  more especially for a beginner.  After running on a cut of lumber  for the shacks and some fencing, the  mill is now busv turning out the  better grades of stuff, which will be  used in the construction of the permanent houses.  The carpenters have just started  work on a comfortable Svo^rooBa  house which will be -occupied by Geo.  Jacks on his permanent location.  COMPANY  Messrs. Johnson*, Bevan, and  Allen i-bor  of   Mr. Schade, who, last   week  B. B. STAPLES, doing husi-  ness under the name of the  Staples Fruit Company, solicits  the handling of your fruit and  vegetable shipments on either  an "outright purchase" or on a  commission basis.  In making this bid for your  patronage we make no extravagant claims as to our ability to  get long prices, but wish to point  out that in the handling of  perishable crops experience and  hard work are essential if we  aro to get even average results.  We guarantee to give yon  value in selling effort for every  cent of commission we propose  to collect, and believe that we  havo a knowledge of markets  and economical methods of  handling fruit that will be invaluable to the district under  thc conditions which havo arisen  this season.  The  Staples  Fruit   Company  ������������������,ill llll nihil you with Lny\ii.iZ.  supplies, ine-ludiii}.*; apple boxes,  ������������������rates, tintops, and apple wrapping paper, all at right prices.  present appear more numerous-.timn  for a dozen y-tars back, the English  Church service had to be abandoned  on Sunday. The skeeters are also  responsible for materially thinning  out the flock of tourists that had been  rusticating at Sirdar.  Fireman Crosby of the yard engine  was a visitor at Nelson a few days last  week.  Mrs. Jones of Kuskanook was here  on Wednesday, en route to Creston.  While g.irden truck is much earlier at  that point than here, she admits that  tree fruits at any rate Sirdar is a  couple of weeks in adyance of Kuskanook.  Sid McCabe was a week-end visitor  with Cranbrook friends���������bidding a  tender farewell to Supt. Maharg, who  is due to leave for the coast this week.  Miss Hazel Goodman, who has been  attending high school at Cranbrook  the past year, was succesdful in the  recent   examinations at  that centre.  H. J. Whiteside, who has heen  working at Idaho points the past year,  was a guest of his uncle, B. Whiteside,  at the hoarding house a few days  before returning to Michigan.  Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Loasby are leaving this week for roast points wliere  they will spend their usual summer  vacation this year.  and they will shortly be ip-jaking the  usual canvass of tbe ranchers and  business men in connection with the  fair. Word has been received from  the department at Victoria that this  year's grant will not be over $250, so  with the bigger and better prize list  along with the improvements to the  grounds the finance committee are  hoping for a generous response when  they make their rounds.  In connection with this year's fair it  is proposed to have a programme of  sports of yarious sorts and the newly-  organized athletic association will' be  asked to handle this feature of the  day. In the evening the association  will also give a dance, and have secured Mercantile Hall for that et-ening,  along with the services of the Creston  orchestra.  Ladies and gentlemen to supervise  the different classes at the exhibition  were named, and these are being communicated with to ascertain their willingness to act. An added feature to  the 11)20 fair will be the school district's display in which Lister, Canyon  City, Alice Siding, Wynndel and Cres  ton school boards have all donated the  necessary prize money, and a varied  and attractive showing is anticipated.  coim������ifctee*lj!������?Q[u-':re<i the  east half of the   same  "*"  ' *"-      L.Lji.'LA^j^jl-f'~~~r^0m':-0^r.rd^rt,.:  /-I.,   ���������ovum**  ��������� .."11-  i.irllk  market in;/; problem*-:.  Staples Fruit Company  OHiee in  KlSVIKW Bldg.  Presentation  A farewell social evening was spent  in the Methodist church on Monday,  the affair being arranged as a send-off  for Mr. and Mrs. J. G. and Miss Estelle  Smith, who are moving to .Nelson to  reside. During the proceedings Miss  Smith was presented with a well filled  purse at-* a slight rewind for the valuable services rendered ab organist tlu*:  last four years as well as in the Sunday school. Jas. Adlard made a fitting presentation speech while Miss  Kale Linllc-y nieuie liu: pie.senli-.Lioi).  Equally complimentary remarks were  made au to the efforts of Mr. and Mth.  Smith hy W. V. Jackson, while Key.  J. Bnrlcholder, acting Presbyterian  pastor, also spoke briefly aud happily  fur taic-h an occasion. There Wan a  musical programme, thi* feature oi  whiih was a lr.it ite.iu* i.olo hy Mr. IChy.  lt< lieshmeiUs were served at I he close  prop^ty^-^ *,^i^*-;l^t^t^'^  ranch, which  R. S. Beyau  developed  in the early days, and which helped to  make   Creston    Valley,   strawberries  famous.  G. M. Benney, who has been a great  sufferer from stomach trouble for  almost the pant three months, got  away on Sunday for treatment at the  famous Mayo Brothers hospital at  Rochester. Minn. He was accompanied on the trip by T. W. Bundy.  Although in quite precarious health  it is confidently hoped he will be successfully treated -and come bacu  shortly in his former good health.  A feature brand new to the work of  Creston Masonic Lodge was witnessed  on Wednesday night when Past  Grand Maetcr Schofield of Trail made  an omcial yisit for tde purpose of conducting the ceremonies in connection  with the installation of W. Bro. S. A.  Speers as D.D.G.M. for District No. 8.  In addition to thi-s work a third degree was also conferred, and at the  close there was the customary banquet  spread and toasts. Theie was quite  a large number of visiting brethren  present and the function was the most  Interesting and all-round enjoyable in  No. 54's history.  A crew under the foremanship of  Ed. Armstrong is now busy fencing in  the area known as Section ?.  Mrs. Vincent Lid^dicoatt is a yisitor  with Cranbrook friends this week.  The dining and sleeping quarters  that have been in course of erection  at tne sawmiii are auout complete,  and will be occupied by the men this  week.  Jack McKay, who Iftis been off work  for eeveaal days past due to sustaining a cracked rib, resumed operations  on Monday.  The ladies report a brisk-demand for  ice .cream al their Saturday sales of  ���������Is-^^t^^^^^^ti^day nights.  with last' .*: S^ttMa^'~!i^a1cih'fr all  records. Mesdames Noble and Smith,  who were in charge handled just  about double any previous night's  selling.  The local of the United Farmers  launched here last Friday starts with  45 members, which is by long odds tbe  best start any of the U.F. branches in  the Valley got away to.  ��������� The Webb ranch is no longer  burglar proof. Some auto driver ran  over and killed A. R.'s Airedale dog  last week. The animal was purebred  and could hardly be replaced for $50.  Local and Personal  M the Peekin  The Sunday school in connection  with Christ Church, Creston, has beer-  discontinued for the month of August.  With thc organization of a local at  Lister on Friday night.Creston Valley  has now five branches of the United  Farmers of B.C., with a total membership of about 250.  With ii graduating class of half a  dozen at the high sehool, and with  but eight passing the Entrance, Creston high school will amply accommodate all the local pupils likely to  attend the higher neat of learning.  With an annual fee of $50 it is not  like-lv ihe attendance from other  schools will be heavy.  Bert Hobden, who has been with  the Jl.JN. w.jvi.i*. xovce ior almost tlie  past year, latterly at Ottawa, arrived  home on Friday last, and iti taking  charge; of things at the ranch. At the  time ol his lather's death licit wiih  laid up in hospital with an at tuck of  | pleurisy, and  it Wan only last week he  Manager Rodgers has quite a unique  offering in "Be a Little .Sport." which  will be shown at the Peekin on Wednesday night, Aug. 4th. This photoplay has been advertised as a fine  comedy. As a matter of fact, it is one  of ihe funniest photoplays shown here  for a long time. Hay, as Jerry Faulkner. ii������ ordered by hi:; rich uih.-'.i- te- get  married immediately���������and a $100,000  wedding check is dependent upon  obedience. Jerry has a fiancee���������a  show-girl with an eye to the main  chance���������but cm the eve of the wedding  day she riluappears. She is ont having   a   good   lime   with    fhe   gay   old  4   ��������� ,     .     ,    .. t,    ...... *.N  *     ...     ,'������������������������������������       ......        ....  induces   Norma���������ftW.a  the   part   of  a "fake*  llliy.f,  distre  Fah���������  to  Jerry  play  New Headlightis  Provincial police officer Vachou  desires to call attention of motor  drivers to the fact that under the provisions of the Act passed at the last  session of the Legislature "glare"  headlights are not permitted. It is  required that :  ���������-Every motor-vehicle other than a  motor-cycle shall be equipped with  iwo headlights, one mounted in a conspicuous position on each side of the  front of the motor-vehicle, and eyery  motor-cycle shall be equipped with  one headlight mounted in a conspicuous position on the front thereof.  During the peiiod from one-half hour  after sunset to one-half hour befi r������  sunrise such headlights shall be kept  lighted whenever the motor-vehicle is  in motion cm any highway. Every  headlight equipped with a roflecter  ���������ahull he socoiisti-ucted or mounted that  no portion of the beam of light therefrom when projected seventy-jive feet*  or more ahe.ul of the head-light rises  i(ben*e> ii plane fori y-t wo inrhe-* higher  than and parallel with the plane on  which the motor-vehicle stand*.  ���������'No motor-vehicle shall be equipped  with more than one spot-light, and no  spot-light   shall  be   mounted   or updated on that side of a motor-vehicle on  which, aceording   to  the  rule  of  the  ������-.eieet    it    *it:i^*-es  other   Vehicles    met  Oil  I the highway.    No  spot-light  shall  be  I maintained   oi   operated   so   that  the*  }u   ���������livo-Meil  i;-.1.,  " ih.'  ..t..  lil-ulc.    Then   everyuniig  goes   wrong   oe.on  and there follows the   funniest lot of j upon or strikes any part of any inoton  yer i\].:.'"\, *������M '"-npld i vehicle or  oilier  ve-hiile   iipptetiuhing  ihiUei.s   iu and all ei.dh   with  one big ' on  the   highway, or any -pei-e,.,n  in or  upon   ;my    i-ueli   iep[it...irhir.f*   meito:-  vehie-le or other  vehiele. or upon   any  emaii(i;ieiin*iiiS  iu and all ettdh   with  oiu  happy    lan^li.      The    whole   picture")  whieh i**** a William Fuse pioeliH-tion. is  di-ligtittully en tern a i mug.  i������*iiii������i������i**e*������rii������irWie,iMmiwi������ea*iiiui^w������*������w������i>iJ^iiw,,<tMi���������i.M  wnwrav  i~-������r~���������dimtmimHm!*imMti*ti0ii*mmdimm  wtmmmm- *fr*we^ni|iriim'������iii.������'������iii..iw^������i'.,iwrwi.i.ii*fwie.-nww-wri  mutmmmiAmwiwH.immit-in.'.. m.u utmmd.~1.0vt,  -^wrrnnw.WMi.iDii  00. xmimrdmimiimmdm  KM THE     TCEYTEW,     OHESTOK.     B.     C  iS-  8]  Women Can Fortify  Their Health  With constantly aching backs,  weary, dragging-down pains, dizzy  ������nd nervous headaches, women have  a hard burden to carry. It is wise  for every woman to fortif^-hcrself  against these derangements which  sre present when extra demands  ������re made upon the system by Nature's  laws. No better remedy exists for  woman's peculiar ailments than DR.  HAMILTON'S PILLS, which possess tonic properties that act jupon  thc proper organs at the proper time.  To prevent headache, to overcome  dragging, weariness, backache, nervousness and pallor ��������� to look well,  sleep well, eat well and enjoy the  manifold blessings of sound, regular  health, every girl and woman should  regulate her system by Dr. Hamilton's  Pills, 25c. per box.  BV  ARCHIE P. McKISHNIE  %  Printed    by    Special   -Arrange  ments   with   Thos.   Allen,  Toronto, Ont.  J  (Continued.)  He ltd the' Indian across to the  cabin. The late afternoon sunlight  was streaming through the uncovered  window, catcssing softly thc lined,  peaceful face of the old trapper who  lay asleep.  For a long time the Algonquin  stood looking down, his face showing  nothing of thc conflict in his hot  heart.    Thei- h**** c-rol.*-*?-.-���������   "The fires of the forest blacken and  char what they destroy; but. the souls  of the trees that vanish linger always  in the scented aisles of the forest  The frost that chills the flowers to  their long sleep lines their lips with  a smile of peace. The Great Brother has brushed His hand across lhe  face of my brother and left it peaceful like .a wood-Iock,-*d valley after  the rain and storm have gone. It is  well. Sagawa takes the cold hand  that fed him, that saved him from  thc current, in his." He lifted one  of the dead .-nan's hands and held it  in his own. His face was turned to  the light. In it Dorkin marked sorrow,  nobility, purpose.  ".Sa.2.;:���������.-..-a goos soon," said the regal  Alg'Mi<yj:, "to track down the slayer  01 iii*, :';���������;* -*irj z.\p bro ib.-* r. After thc  '.??-���������??: -���������;���������-   oo:;-..:*s   'A.?   summer   sunlight  He bent and wrapped his big deerskin about the body of the dead  trapper. Dorkin watched hirn, and  then suddenly his mind reverted to  the box which had been stolen. Hc  opened his lips to speak. Then he  shook his head, as though reconsidering. Surely the Indian's heart was  hot enough already. He came forward at the motion of the Indian, aud  together they carried the dead man  out into the waning daylight.  Dannie had marked out the grave  beneath the big oak. Willow sat on  a log, her elbows on her knees, her  face in her hands. All about, in tree-  tops and shrub, the voices of thc  wild choristers trilled and warbled in  an ecstasy of life and freedom. Far  out above the shaggy tree-tops the  crimson streamers of dying day  gleamed, and drew, back, and wove a  tapestry of splendor above the hills.  The rainbow had melted behind the  gold in the west. The angels had put  up the bars behind Old Creation.  By the time the grave was ready,  the dead man committed to it with a  few words by Dorkin, and .the sweet-  smelling earth filled in, thc lights in  the west had died to a long splash  of mauve-lined drab and gold. Then  swiftly this light went out and with  it the wild chorus of the birds. Upon  the forest rested the spirit of the  Great Silence.  Suddenly upon the stillness the  voice of a violin stole like the voice  of a zephyr that has been imprisoned  in a pocket of the forest and strays  through the shadowed aisles when all  the twilight winds have folded thcir  wings. ~  Softly the strains rose until the  whole wild world seemed to wake to  thc song, which the violin was singing. Then the music died away, and  the world grew very still again. By  and by thc shadows deepened, and  tow above thc forest the big stars  came out faintly, glowing deeper as  the shadows deepened, until with the  fulness of the night they swam and  sang close down above the tree-tops.  From a near-by copse a whip-poor-  will whistled and night life awoke in  the deep forest. A fox barked from  a far upland and was answered by his  mate from another upland. From thc  marshlands of Dag woo Valley, the  frogs voiced their gladness. An owl  hooted from the hardwoods; from the  lake marshes came the soft quacks of  feeding ducks.  And through the scented dusk Dorkin led the boy anjd girl home with  him to the Retreat in ihe Hardwoods. "*���������  hc  in-  rin  from the city.  "We're nigh home now,"  formed them, twisting abou'  pleasantly at his passengers.  The girl laughed a silvery little  laugh, and threw back the wraps from  her throat. "I'm awfully hungry, Mr.  Washburn. Aren't you, uncle?" she  inquired, turning to the white-haired  man beside her.  (To  Be   Continued)  MOTHERS  r  "California Syrup of Figs  Child's Best Laxative  Two Good Reasons  Why the People of Canada Should  ������  Eat More Fish  Two good economical reasons why  you should eat more fish:  It is cheap and nutritious, and provides a thrifty meal.  Onc of Canada's greatest-*sources  of wealth is her fisheries, and you  help develop the industry by eating  fish, and also help to put Canada in  a better financial position.  Probably you are not aware how  little fish Canadian people use.  Great Britain is one of the greatest  fish consuming countries in the  world. During 1918 she had a per  capita consumption of 58 pounds.  and in 1919, it is believed, this was  increased to 60 pounds. This means  that each Individual consumed at  the rate of more than onc pound per  week.  In the United States last year it is  raefiTTiaf r*A    Vtvr   rt+tvi-wiez    of    "Wr*������ elitn rr+r\n  ...r ���������x.x ��������� x. ���������x,yi.       ���������rj xr ���������.��������� ~x^t. xl        00 X ,   .   tr.x, ...XI ^ Xxr xt  the per capita consumption was 19  pounds. Although little reliance can  bc placed in this estimate, there is  no doubt but that the local consumption in thc United States has increased greatly in recent years.  A few ycars ago the per capita  consumption in Canada per annum  Accept "California" Syrup of Figs was a matter 0f ounces. Through  only���������Iook for the name Cahtornia on .. ������������������.^v:.,,,*i .ffn,-f, ���������c *i,������. r-rt^-A-,  the package, then you arc sure your thc f^med efforts o the Canada  child is having the best and most Food Board and thc Fisheries branch  harmless physic for the little stomach, it is estimated that the local consumption at one time reached a point  equal to 45 pounds per capita. During 1919 it is estimated that the per  /-m-til-***-!     rtrvrt Kttrn-r.iir,rt     won     cnmpTerliPrp  ~���������X"-m. ^ -~��������� f.   x.~  ..   ��������� ~ ���������~ ..   between 23 and 25 pounds per annum.  Canada is one of the greatest, if  not the greatest fish producing countries of the world. Why have our  people so little faith in fish?  liyer and bowels. Children love its  fruity taste. Full directions on each  bottle.    You must say "California."  PSITIPIHM IO! CD  uui  j* m *\- eat?* e*\gn  stf  lOnHead. Cross and Fretful  Hair Fell Out.  "When my baby was three months  old her head broke out in little red  pimples and then in a week it broke  out in ringworms. The ringworms  were, very lafge and there were  several on her head, and her scalp  would bleed. She was very cross  and fretful at times, and her heir  was falling out.  "I used Cuticura Soap and Ointment, &nd after I had used one cake  of Cuticura Soap and two boxes of  Cuticura Ointment she was healed."  (Signed) Mrs. Lelah Sargent, Nam-  pa, Idaho, Feb. 24,1919.  Use Cutl-cura Soap, Ointment end  Talcum for all toilet purposes.  Soap 25c, Ointasen*!: 25 and 50c.   Sold  *t'U'i'A'>iMVi/Mik������itnr)ftM:K:K^i   <r������*.���������-������j:-._t>.~-.^*..  *~m-A.\p*~t&ixxixx*s, ucu-i/wtuiu-i-Jiii v-Jugm-Hiij/nfif  Lymaris. Limited, St. Paul S������U, Montreal.  Cuticura Soap obavea without mug.  To Entertain V.C.'s at Exhibition  A movement ia on foot to have the  30 or 40 men in Canada who have  won the Victoria Cross, meet at the  Canadian-National Exhibition, Toronto, and invitations will be sent out  with this in view. It is proposed to  specially honor the V.C.'s at the exhibition.  tx     xx-r ..  AUtnOrs or jwauonai Aninems  Sir Adolphe Routhier, who died on  Sunday night, won his place in the  Hall of Fame as thc author of "O  Canada." Alexander Muir, thc venerable author of "The Maple Leaf Forever," died in Toronto about a dozen  school teacher. Routhier was a Cath-  | msned jurist; Muir a much loved  school teacher. Ruthicr was a Catholic; Muir an Orangeman. Musically  "O Canada" is conceded to be the  finest song of thc two and its acceptance in Quebec is general. "The  Maple Leaf Forever" will doubtless  continue *to be played and sung for  many years to come.���������Ottawa Journal. ������-���������*-*-������"  S...  'T  i'y.L ���������  l'.:o:-  j:  o. wild birds. After  ��������� :.'������������������] and slain the slay-  ������������������"���������:'.. '.'.jl: red mists will  ?'��������� ������������������ His v. Iii te friend.  '.;.'.*��������� v-iM things by  .'��������� ������������������' ���������. err. ;**-vi.*r umlcr-  *- ������������������- P.-"- Algonquin,  -.aiid of  ���������r."'*,ti*-;**  **-, if ':���������*���������  ���������    !���������:���������������������������-.'������������������  l\:  V.  ������������������.)<!���������  hi:*  '. lia  .-Ii.*-  rim  h>-  nr,i  tn*'  lilt v  h;.  (!,  ih-  th*  ll;'  ���������il    t!  it    l  ������������������11  it.  *-*, t>'; i j  ��������� ���������:    iip  with  .!,-  CHAPTER  IV  lf you were an eagle and were to  soar high ovcr thc wood-crowned  Highlands of Northern Ontario, you  would see swimming beneath you millions of acres of forest, dotted with  hundreds of deep, clear lakes. And as  you ascended so as to look down from  a great altitude, this wilderness would  take on thc form of a giant face with  two great, lakes for eyes, a white,  curving   river   thc    grinning    mouth,  *������k  while,  protruding  aggressively,     you  would mark the  massive chin,  shorn  char of its heavy timber by thc tools  \ of   luiul'i-micn   and a  second  growth  j of   conif-M-eruis   trees   stubbling   it   like  j a   wiry   board.     This   would  bc     Old  ] Creation   Kills.     In  the  cleft  of   that  e-.hin   you   would  observe a   few   tiny,  white-  lumps,  resting  like  a  flock  of  s'iC'p  after  thc     morning's     feeling,  your   eye   followed   the   bare,  svip   of   laud   that   forms   (he-  thr.-at,   you   might   see   somc-  '; ,: y ������������������'������������������'.-rr     \\)rr.     n      I;!!*"     (* ;> f 0 V t) ' 11 P. '  from for'-st; to forest. 'I'his would b**  iii.**. tra'i. ringing .don--;; the glimmer  in-** s'���������**���������'*. of the> new railroad; thos **  white: eleit-i in the. cli'fl eif ilu: rugged  arc tin: unnaintcel houses of  .up S'**ttU*me*n t.  ,*.���������. ::v<\ :  Lookup Settlement, at the  of   a   May   day,  drove  a  man   in  ni.     III. I i i''   I * e , 11 i | I V a 11 e  e ���������,   11 e > 11 I j I i  e 1   ]l .  ) i ���������:.:  -Sraoolafcd Eyelids,  Eyes inflamed by exposure to Sun, uasi and wins  Suickly relieved by Murine       -,~mm���������~A..  %.-*. ������������������������������ .:_���������  ���������������**e������erg** mj~m-at-*tj. i-euoiiKiuug,  ju6t Eye Comfort. At  Vour DrugribiB or by mail 60c per Bottle.  For Boob 0I tbe Eye free -write h-19  Murine Eye Remedy Co., Chicago.  AMI V  T/IDI CTO  ��������� ������������������eue ���������  a u va ���������  #1   ID  "BAYER"   ARE   ASPIRIN  Not Aspirin at Ail without the "Bayer Cross**  The  egg  of  the  ostrich   equals  22  hen eggs.  In  Peru pineapples  giow  weight of 20 pounds.  to'   the  und   a:  roeky  giant's  e 11111  The Joy Of A J  Perfect Skin  |\, Know  the joy and  \\' happiness that comes  >Ato, one thru possessing  %a skin  of purity and  beauty.  The soft, distinguished appearance it  renders brings out your  natural beauty to its fullest, hi use over 70 years  r*.  a  ������  a  a  ������  i  E  I  S  For Colds, Pain, Headache, Neuralgia, Toothache, Earache, and for  Rheumatism, Lumbago, Sciatica, Neuritis, take Aspirin marked with tho  ���������name "Bayer" or you aro not talcing  Aspirin at all.  Accept only "Bayer Tablets of  ^Anpirin"   in   an   unbroken    "Bayer"  package which contains complete directions. Then you aro getting real  Aspirin���������the genuine Aspirin prescribed by physicians for over nineteen years. Now mado in Canada.  Handy tin boxes containing 12 tab-  lots cost but a few cents. Druggists  also sell larger "Bayer" packages.  TlieTO is only ones Aspirin���������"Bay-oar"���������Yon must eay "Bayer"  Aspirin la tho trnclo -mark (rcBl-stofecl In Canaela) of Bayer Manufactures of Mono-  accticacldcster of SalluyllcacIeJ. "WliUo it is well Known that Aspirin mcano Bayer  mnamifacturo, to UBBlBt tho puhlio aguinst Imitation*-, tho Tablets of Bayer Company  will bo Btamiicd with thoir -general traelo marlc, tho "Bayer Croat*."  ]m~mWmj&iv^^^  rvir^jftv.uffg^w.r'^.jfjuB.f^-TL^^^fliij-T.^  0������ IBoo  ���������;.ll  of    '' e 1. ��������� n 1 < 11 ��������� r a t."  ;aiiiit,   wiih   an  il V     Oil     hi*,        e ,  U,\  In 1.'.:  ,11   iii',  1 le* was  dd ra|i thai  i*e������| y ndoi'i'il  . ,> 1.11.1. 1'   ir  A i'**<Mi*,li  hin lib* tin  1 n ; 1 i 11 < *.      II  . r I   1  I    I       I I > I I  Provide thc only means by which you can keep an absolute accurate check on your ialca. The  ���������new luxury tax und sales tax makes it necesY-ary to keep such a record. We make -saleo books  cuitahk-  for  any  line   of  business,  with  either  duplicate  or  triplicate  copies.  TRIPLICATE  BOOKS  There ii a ii'-avy demand just now for triplicate books. We make a rrreat variety of trlo-  licnte.  books,   Loth   in   separate  carbon   leaf  and   black back style.  Write us for sample and prices befoiv placing your next order, or ask any of our agents  lo  yivc  you  this   information,  Vegetable Parchment Butter Wrappers  We are in thc best position of any firm in Canada to fill your order promptly for parcli-  r-T-'t htitt**r -vrrippe-ri, *������ilh*������r printe-d nr plain. Wo ar<* large importers of thin brand of paper,  and havc special  facilities for printing1 wrappers in  cither onc  or  two coloro of ink.  PAPERS  I*:  t'jl  I.* I  hr'  4  I].,-/i 1  1   a'  In..  We- also manufacture a complete line of waxed bread and meat  wrappers, plain or printed,  ���������waxed paper rolls  for home use, and waxed pa pern  for  nil purpose.-,.  . *. . *,.*r../-*tr\ ,  KJUl      -kVilUyiliv-Ul      lit      tUC      IllU.-n      -ll.'tlyln      ...It.      x-L'  .t'xi.t   ,y       .-'      I'. *.���������*..jl.e      ...       ...... i.. ii... x.,  ll,       0 v   y,, i;,      ���������u,  fm. 1   i-.his:;   and   our   service   ia   prompt.     T,ct  no  prove thin to you on your next order for Counter  Cheek  Books,  Parchment  Paper,  or Waxed Paper.  ri    \i  lli  , t  km-wmii wmim unElK BOOK CO.,  HAMILTON,    ONT.*���������BRANCH    OFFICES     AT  -i-cwowi'O     MfiWTBKAT..   WTNNTPKG    AND   VANCOUVER  ..ll. KEVIJEW,     CHESTCS^  Benefit for Soldiers  Extend the Tinas la Which t������ Apply for Gratuity.  Provisions that will prove of great  benefit to returned soldiers, their  widows and dependents, are contained in two orders-in-council just  passed by the government, endorsing cerl-dn important rccots'uenda-  tions recently submitted by the parliamentary committee on re-estab**1  lishment.  The first order-in-council extends  the time in which a man who served  overseas may ripply for -his gratuity.  The time originally set as the limit  in which he might apply was July 1,  1920, but this has been extended to  March 31,  1921.  The payment of thc dependents'  portion of the war service gratuity  to" widows of deceased soldiers is  authorized for the first time in   the  Red Cross Commissioner  *x*-P+ ���������Til���������"������ rt PX ������"W A������**_ X ���������rt���������/������/ii1**n /"* 1 I  tx~-,X~.^~tXX\A~      uiu-wa     ������u"-wi,;u<*vul  Minard's Liniment   Relieves   Garget  In Cows.  The   New  Pension   Scale  Canada's new pension scale is the  most generous in the world. Compared with the United States, the  second highest, which is $1,200 a  year per permanently disabled,  whether married or unmarried, the  Canadian scale is: Single man, $900;  man and wife, $1,200; man, wife and  child, $1,380; man, wife and two children, $1,524; man, wife and three  children, $1,6*14; each additional child,  $120. The scale is practically double  that of Great Britain and Australia.  ���������Simcoe   Reformer.  W.  F, Kerr Resigns  Editorship  of  the Regina Leader to Engage  In New Work.  Mr. Wiiliam F. Kerr has resigned  as editor oi the Regina Morning  Leader, a position he has filled for  over eighteen years, to accept the  post of Red Cross Commissioner  for Saskatchewan, to which important office he was appointed at a  meeting of the Saskatchewan -Red  Cross Executive on July 13,. presided  over by His Honor Sir Richard  Lake,  Lieutenant-Governor.  Mr. Kerr  la   thus   made   the   chief  executive  officer  of   the    Saskatchewan division of the Red Cross So- j  ciety  and  upon   him   is   placed   full  A Fine Record  $100   Reward,   $100  Catarrh is a local disease greatly influenced by constitutional conditions. It therefore requires constitutional ^treatment.  HALL'S CATARRH iviKDICiNii is taken  internally and acts through the Blood on the  Mucous Surfaces of the 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 CATARIIH  MEDICINE fails to cure.  Druggists   75c.     Testimonials   free.  F.  J.   Cheney  &  Co.,  Props.,  Toledo,   O.  Britain Liquidates Debt  Arrangements have been made by  the British government to liquidate  y the debt of $100,000,000 to Argentina.  It is proposed to make this payment  by meeting periodically" the interest  on Argentina's external debt held in  London. The July 1 payment has  been made and Great Britain' has already liquidated half of her debt,  which was for payment for cereals,  by paying off obligations amounting  to $50,000,000 which Argentina owed  United States bankers.        /  66  ^:Vl** ���������������������������"^V���������^iA���������.J'������������������"���������^���������  ^v^iir^'  M.  Would It  M11M.-tX0P~.ZU.~-      iZ- J*. -040  <������>  TTHIS question haa been  answered by many, thousands of women who havo  found health and happiness in  tho uso ot* Dr. Chase's Nerve  Food.  Bloeplonaneiio, irritability, ncrvoun-  noHtt, Bloomy forebortlnru ot tho  futuro, depression and lUucounii-jo-  jnont���������thcuo nro uoino of tlio riymp-  torn*; which tall of <..:l-.~-\i::t<-<\ nervo**!.  In ordor to avoid norvour* proBtra*  tion or nomo form of paralyulu It In  ���������woll to  uot  tlio LulUUiitf  up  proa*:..')  WlAUUil^UOU       UI,        UlLLrtA        Uj Lt~xi       ." .���������-������������������  eCImoo'o l-Jorva Food.  KO ctiiilit 11 hat, (1 for $2.78, nil denleri**. *������r  t:d::-.a!h:'>������!,   H..te<������  A.   Co..  Ltd.,  Toronto.  ~~-mWxTfWTW-r~-*mm~.m  i*-**!������������^^  mutt. ~~L t~~~im  11-**+****% ^-rntm. ���������*ir-w|  WILLIAM F. KERR.  17,640 War   Veterans   Are   Working  For the C.P.R.  Every C.P.R. employee enlisting  for war service was told that "his  job would bc waiting for him when he  came back." Up to June authenticated statistics show that 11,018 C.P.R.  men joined thaforccs. Of these, 1,096  were killed in action or died of  wounds or sickness while with the  colors;. 2,084 were incapacitated by  wounds, leaving 7,838 presumably available for re-engagement in thc company's services. Some of these, however, re-enlisted with the permanent  forces; others chose to remain in  England or former other business  connections. -The remaining 6,914  arc all again working for the company*, fn addition to thus establishing its own man-power contribution  to the war requirements, the company  since the armistice wa3 signed ha*s  employment for 10,726 other return*  ed soldiers not previously on its payroll and now musters 17,640 war veterans���������enough to form a complete  army division of four brigades. All  lines of the Canadian National Railways sj'stem gave up 5,000 odd men,  about 50 percent of whom have been  re-established.  Making Good Progress  With  Cattle DIddIus!  i  A Thorough Pill.��������� To clear the  stomach and bowels of impurities and  irritants is necessary when their action is irregular. The" pills that will  do this work thoroughly are Par=  melee's Vegetable Pills, which are  mild in action but mighty in results.  They purge painlessly and -effectively, and work a permanent cure. T-hey  can be used without fear by the most  delicately constituted, as there are no  painful effects preceding their gentle  operation.  Hope to Eliminate Mange In Affected Areas  Shortly.  The first stage of the compulsory  dipping order for cattle in mange-  affected areas in southern Alberta  and southwestern Saskatchewan has  been completed, according to word  received by Dr. George Hilton, chief  veterinary inspector for the Dominion, who is supervising thc move by  which the federal department of agriculture hopes to practically eliminate mange within the next six or  'eight   weeks.  All cattle in the area designated  were ordered to be dipped and work  started on June 24, the total number  of vats used being 88. Within a few  days 12 more had been added. Dr.  Hargraves, of Medicine Hat, who is  assisting with the work, reports that  practically every stock owner had  .given the department their fullest  co-opeTation, Weather conditions  were perfect, Range-riders engaged  by the department covered the territory to see that stragglers were  brought in behind the general  round-ups.  Proof is positive when founded  VPStkJ&xK Plus experience.  BEECHAM'S PILLS have  beea used for 60 years by  people aii over the globe.  TheLargestSale of  Any Medietas ia  the World.  Sold ttntf xmftx in C-uatla. !sboxat.25c, S9c  MONEY ORDERS  Pigeons ane most abundant in the  East Indies. '  responsibility ior carrying qui ana  administering the peace-time pro  gram of that organization in the  Province.  The covenant of the League of  Nations places .upon all governments  which are signatories to that cov-  enant~the duty of establishing, on a  sure foundation, the noble work of  the Red Cross. Formerly ^active only  in time of war, it is now to continue  its work in time of peace, and in the  words of the League of Nations'  covenant, "to encourage and pro-*.  mote the establishment and co-operation of duly authorized voluntary  national Red Cross organizations,  having as purposes the improvement  of health, the prevention of disease  and the mitigation of suffering  throughout the world."  To Mr. Kerr is entrusted the task  of carrying out this program so far  as thc Province of Saskatchewan is  concerned.  NOURISHING FOOD  ND GOOD HOURS  Levelling Down Process  Carl Ackerman, a reliable press  correspondent, cables from England  that many factories arc closing down  there because of thc continued demand of thc workers for higher  wages, and the reduced purchasing  power of llic public. And of course  lhc more unemployment there is the  less will hc the purchasing power.  The lcvelling-down process has started   and   must   continue.  \   Five great enemies to peace dwell  with us, namely: Avarice, ambition,  anger, envy, and pride. * If these cuc-  init-s were banished wc should enjoy  perpetual peace.  The Oil of the People.���������.'Many oils  have come and gone, but Dr. Thomas' F.clcctric Oil continues to maintain its position nnd increase its  sphere of use-fulness each year, its  ste-rliiifc qualities havc brought it to  the front and kept it there, and it  can truly hc called the oil of the people.*. Thousands have benefited by it,  and would  use  no  other preparation.  lr.**m,trvFA~-'*mf*~i Xemttiimtfymtatfti^ -J^-^yi-nv}^ 4&  Smoking Bad for Aviators.  Air ministry doctors in Great  Mrilain have instructions to inquire  into tlie family histories of persons  who desire to become aviators espc-ei-  illy with reference to tuberculosis,  1ir---\rt     ,\\.-,.ci.      or    meMTl'il     i*n������*'Tihiltlv  among near relatives. Smokers are  to bc closely questioned, and the  doctors arc lo make, a note such as  C10 or  I'J���������lliat  in, icn  i i������:;ar."tter ov  Help    You to    Resist    Disease���������Aid  These With a Tonic to Keep  -  the EloPd Pure  The power of your body to resist  disease and to fight it after disease  gets a foothold, is one of the most  precious possessions you have. You  weaken this power when you let  your general health run down, your  blood gets thin and your nerves un-  ������teady.  You weaken it when you worry,  when you over-work, when you do  not get sufficient sleep, and when you  are under-nourished, either because  you do not eat the right kind of food  or because your digestion is out of  order.  You preserve your power to resist  disease when you keep good houre  and eat proper food at regular intervals. You further increase and  strengthen resistance to disease when  you build up your blood and nerves  by the occasional use of a tonic like  Dr. Williams Pink Pills, which are  free from opiates and harmful drugs  of any kind. The value of these pills  as a health builder is fully shown by  the experience of Mrs. \ZZZ. C. Taylor,  Hanover, Ont., who says: "At>.various  times since I was a girl of fifteen I  havc proved the vajue of Dr. Williams Pink Pills. At that *hge I was  in a much run clown condition, suffering from many of the well known  symptoms of anaemia. My mother  procured a supply of Dr.- Williams  Pink Pills, and after taking about a  half dozen boxes I was restored to  normal health. Again after my marriage, and before my boy was born,  1 felt miserable and again took Dr.  Williams Pink Pills, which once.  more met all my expectations and  fully restored my health. My latest  experience with these pills was following an attack of pleurisy, which  ���������"left me completely broken in health.  Part of the time 1 was under the care  of two doctors, and for three months  1 waa practically between life and  death. Again at my mother's suggestion I started the use of Dr. William.*' Pink Pills I had not been  taking them long before I could tell  that thcy were helping inc. Day by  day 1 i-uuld feel Jeiy 6lieii|.;lli rcliuu-  ing and, was soon enjoying good  health once more. In vie-w of my experience ] think I can safely Hay-  there is nothing in the way of medicine belter than .Di.. Williams I'ink  Pills.  Dr. Williams Pink Pills,arc cold by  all medicine 'dealers or hy mail at SO  cents a bov or siv hove-*- feiv $;? ���������-ifl  irom The Dr. Williams Medicine  Co.,   Kroekville,   Ont.  This is to certify that fourteen  years ago I got the cords of my left  wrist severed, and was for about nine  months that I had no use of my hand,  and tried other liniments, also doctors, and was receiving no benefit.  By a persuasion from_a friend I got  MlNAKirs LINIMENT and used  one bottle which completely relieved  me. and have been using MINARD'S  LI&IMENT in my family ever since  and find it the same as when I first  used it, and would never be without  it.     ,  ISAAC E. MANN.  Metapedia, P. Q.  Aug. 31st, 1908,  Use Curious Stone as Barometer  i iierc xs in tne nofiiisrn part oz  Finland a curious stone which serves  the people instead of a barometer.  This stone, which the Finns call  Ilmakiur, turns black or a blackish  .gray when bad weather is approaching. Fine weather has the 'effect of  turning it almost white. The Finns  regard the stone with superstitious  reverence, but the scientists say that  its changes in color are due to salts  contained in its composition.  Pay your out of town accounts by Dominion Express Money Orders. Fives dollars  costs  three cents.  QUEEN'S  UNIVERSITY  Kingston,  ���������������>   Ont.  ARTS  Part of the Arts course  may be covered by '  correspondence  SCHOOL OF COMMERCE  BANKING  MEDICINE EDUCATION  Mining, Chemical, Civil*;  Mechanics!   and   Elesirissl  ENGINEERING  SUUyER SCH0BI      HAVIEATIOH SCHOOL  Jaly and Ausjus'I       D-sceniber to April  ALICE KINO; Acting Registrar  America's Pioneer  Doe Remedies  Mailed    Free    to    say  XXV-.       l.__     Xl.m  Att<IIC*rl     Id.      ^.m  BOOK  ON 1  WOO    DISEASES I  ind How to Feed I  Author  H.  CU-wY  GLOVE*  CO.,   INC, a  118    West    31st-street, f  New York. U.S.A. j  RnaVc  LETT "DANDERINE"  BEAUTIFY HAIR  Girls!  Have a mass of long*  thick, gleamy hair  Let "Danderine'' save your hair and  double its beauty. You can have lot9  of long, thick, strong, lustrous hair.  Don't let it stay lifeless, thin, scraggly  or fading. Bring back its color, vigor  and vitality.  Get a 35-cent bottle of delightful  "Danderine" at any drug or toilet  counter to freshen your scalp; check  dandruff and falling hair. Your hair  needs this stimulating tonic, then its  life, color, brightness and abundance  will  return���������Hurry!  OSZZg    S..\0vd.0f    v&mm^t^dv-tmaAmm  A -afe, reliable regulating  medicine. Sold in throe de**  gr������e*������ ef strength���������No. 1,51 J  No. 2,83 s No. 3. SS per bor.  Bold br all druggists, or seat  -prepaid on receipt- of pries*  Free    pamphlet.       Address I  mm.m mmdxx- miamm.dv.*.m. 0.00 \  I oe-ac DdmvdLttx mKwibin������ vv4  T0B0H7Q, 0HT. {Fwaerty Whiter.)  ftEW   FRENCH   REMEDY.  THERAPION Ho. 2  Ho. 1 for Bladder Catarrh,   xfo. 3 for Blood ~t  ' Skin Diseases. No. 3 for Ohroalo Weaknesses.  aOLDBYLEADtKGCHElIISTS. PRICB IN ENCI.AND.8S.  DaXBCLBRCHee!.Co.,Ba'fartteckRd..N WJ.Loadoa.  SEt, TRADS MARKED WORD * THERAPION * 13 ON  BRIT GOV?. STAMP ArriXCD TO CKNUIh'K FACKKTO.  JMinar-.r*-- JLiniment Relieve**. JJiptheriu  More varieties of fish arc found in  iiie-    mTi!>-    thf!'.    !"    ->t'y   Aflicr   rivpi*  iiie   vvoriu.  in  W.  V.       \XiC,  ~~         *    xt   Countless    have    been    the    cures  W<>ll(r-i1    ]i.    TllklleiWitv's    Ce������ile    Cine*     Tt  | has a l'own- of it.4 own  no*  found in  jt other   pre-par-jLliouo.  Getting More Wheat  A  Larger Average Yield  of Wheat  and Lower Average Cost Per  , Uushel.  Improved fertility of    soil,    better  t-liUiv ui-iuu    lelclllud^    .Ulel    Liri.ce>    .uitl  successful fighting of pests, with sufficient labor at harvest time, appear  to bo necessary factors of a larger  ivvniigi; yield of vvhcul and lower  average cost per bushel produced.  Climatic conditions of course, must  be reckoned with and do not affect  all wheat iicleb alike, liec.iaiac 01 ilit-  ference in soil and leu-ation. The  road to a greater profit for the wheat  grower docs not lie solely in thc di-  :v;.'!:-.;::   -.A :-   .t'tr.ii.r  nr(*l<*<-   i>#.r  1>ti<1><������t  . x x. i . .r..      ., .      .-      ..(....-        0    * ... ..  but nl-^o In the- vnrioui thinrj;*- m-rr?i-  r.:iry t'i iticre-aser ihr ;ivn;i[;e; pr������)dtic-  tion  per acre.    That    is     something  The Wonderful Shorthand  Taught exclusively In the PARAGON Short-''  hanei Institute, New Orleans, the largest  shorthand school in the world, and with  splendid results; also In the Amalgamated  Schools oi Canada, tho Federal College. Ite-  gino, Dauphin Business College, Portage la  Prairie Business Collej-e, nnd the Winnipeg  Business College, The "Federal" and the  "Winnipeg" are Western Canada's pioneer  business schools, on'd have trained OTer  25,000 young people for practical business  life. Some very special inducements for  those who arrange at on early date. Our  schools open all summer. Mail courses also.  Write GEORGE S. HOUSTON. General  Manager, WINNIPEG BUSINESS COLLEGE.  One Was Enough  A big powerful motor car slowed  up as the occupants perceived a car  of very modest proportions standing  by the roadside in a rather battered  condition. The owner of the car Avas  on his knees, endeavoring to straighten out some of the parts. "Have an  accident, my man?" queried thc man  in thc big car, "No thank you," grimly returned the other, "just had one."  The harvest mrmsr builds it*> reft  high, up in thc straws of standing  corn.  IjjLUBwB  ^v&a* 0~v-m~it. rawaw m ~w bv  TaY" Vou are not  .0 ������ X p o rlment-  1 n U wlmu  you use Dr.  CliikSi'.-n Ointment for Kezema nnd Skin Irritations. It relievos at onco nnd rcrndu-  nlly he'als tho filtln. Rumple-*- l>e>x Dr.  Qh-.-.-. {-[::--.���������:r,'.\t '"CO \t -'r".'i !*.'.*****.!IA"*>. t)-\.  paper and sendAc. stamp roV postage, coc. u  box; all ilonlora or Keliunnson, Bates & Co.,  Ll!!ilt������-el, TornntA. ,v,^,  Ua������d for 70 Yenm  Thru its use Grandmother's  youthful    appear-inc*     has   _  jj remained until youth bas ,/^ ^  The sofr, rrflntcLprnrlji  white    eppcurunce   il  rendrrs It-ve* th* joy  of Beauty wiih yo  for    many        ~"  VV li11.11  ���������-ohv*.  t I J t       UJ       1������1*k.       j'* KJ V* I* 1   ������   i -.������       IM'   il>"  '-'.   I.oui:; (ilnh-e (Democrat).  *^gB'--||*e*HM������iNMM|*l tmatdM .m^-m^mmmmimmmfitmiml  ������m������'ttirV'(iewm^*im'  jr ffm m>mm^~-MWM4r-*x  i* tew *-Kw-ui*-iiM,*-we''*'**^^ ummmtmrnmsKumt,! pwr*mis,f\iiimmmn timtmtiK  .���������a-'W'**-*'''**-^  - ittt-iL���������avXmAmiw-mitj  ���������mtm���������txmliximii   BET ""    tee*4^*-to^-i*f^i4fc-4������W'    ���������������������������**   "  ������iMV������ii>etwwiiliwe������*e������*r**������*i*������*r>������i!>m^  m/miitmmimtmmititmmmmmtimm  tttmmt*mw.0*:*miidmtiimm.tMXttm\Mim-mt*mmidtm^  ox li im. ,*iau.Lkitikt >*adh'*toltTT*k etauf *w *l1tfhi|-Jia**iriil aiSAdi  ���������IIIV'BUuU'rllliB.HL 1WU tnivlini ������i nSJEMMIR IMW ITHM1MM  SHE  CBESTCl*.   BEVIEW  THE CRESTON REVIEW  Issued every Friday at Creston, B.C*  Subscription : $2 a year in advance.  S2-50 to U.S. points.  C. P. Hayes, Editor and Owner,  CRESTON, B.C., FRIDAY, JULY 30  What may be termed tbe theoretical side of the District Nurse  question has been very clearly stated in the paper read by Mrs.  Downs to the "Women's Institute,  and whieh was reproduced in our  last issne.  Hardly anyone could have read  it and not be convinced that such  a nurse could render good service  in a quite widely scattered and  growing commuuity liks Creston  Valley even in normal times. Just  how much more valuable her services would be if the district is to  be visited with flu outbreaks (or  other epidemics) such as we had in  1918 and again this j'ear it would  be almost impossible to overestimate.  Concerning the practical���������or  financial���������side of tbis same District  Nurse proposition precise information is lacking, but after a careful  survey of local conditions generally  it has been figured that a guaran-  require that the government's $35  be held as a sort of emergency fund.  There is only one source from  which this <sp2G0 a month ean eome  and that is by voluntary contributions from the people in the area to  be served, which, we presume, will  be the Wynndel, Alice Siding,  Creston, Erickson, Canyon City  and Lister school districts.  As the nurse will be at the service of all it is not unreasonable to  expect that everyone should be  willing to contribute���������and the fellow with the family at least equally  generously as those not so blessed���������  to say nothing of the unmarried  adults in the community.  With Mrs. Downs' statement as  ter tain men ts of any sort to raise  money. ~A District Nurse is a  direct voluntary charge on the  community���������an obligation it is  neither feasible or .desirable to discharge by other than cash guarantees, paid at least quarterly.  to benefits to be derived from a  District Nurse, and this financial  statement of the ease, the committee in charge bespeaks your immediate and careful consideration of  tbe whole matter as it is desired to  at once ascertain if the needed  guarantee can be secured, and if so  to immediately proceed to secure  such nurse for Creston Valley.  & V&rong idem  i.  ~*j-vr\r\  tee or ^uu a  iiioiitxi   is easentitii ii  the work  is to be  carried on successfully.  $125 a month is required for the  nurse's salary. Provision has to be  made for the rent of apartments  for her, a part of which will be  a consulting room.    Tele-  UQ^U m,-*Jl  "The question * of payment  rests with the committee appointed for that purpose. Usually the public individually  guarantees to pay so much  each per year. The different  organizations���������board of trade,  church guilds, women's institute���������pledge themselves to a  certain sum annually in recognition of the public service  rendered by the nursing oagan-  ization."  phone, light, heat  and   water  are      With   the  financial side   of   the  ������-v*1-Viqt������ ivi/**liar-icir-icaii������]������ae:    -wItmo   if*, ia  a.lar.     T\;' i.���������i _i.    %.T 2.1 . -���������:���������  He had seen the terrible s;i-ief  brought upon his mother through a  gnn, when his father had been brought  home dead after attempting to quell  a saloon brawl���������he has been forced to  watch her constant fear since then,  the fear, that perhaps, he too, will  meet with disaster through one, and  when she pleads with him, her kind  mother eyes filled with tears, to  promise that he will neyer carry a gun  again, he yields after a tremendous  struggle.  It has been hard to yield���������but to  hold the promise is even harder. It  cOsts him the respect of his friends  and the fear of his enemies. Even the  only girl doubts him at times���������Cheyn-  ne Harry imagines he can read the  question in her eyes���������"You man that  1 loye, are yo'u a coward?"  His cattle are stolen, he is cheated  and tricked and then most humiliating of all he is accused of shooting an  unarmed man. He endures all, until  that day they brand his little brother  ���������and as the man holds the trembling,  game little form in his arms, a gleam  of vengeance comes into his eyes.  The musles of his trigger finger twitch  as the long obsolete six shooier is  called into action. Then comes a bit  of gun play that some critics have  called a classic, and then���������happiness  of course, and love, after Cheynne has  fought for it.  Jack Ford directed the production  of "Bare Fists," which will be shown  at the Penkin Theatra, Saturday, July  31st, from a scenario by Eugene Lewis,  based on a story by Bernard McCon-  ville.  other indispensibies, while it is also  stated that certain medical and surgical supplies are requisite and nee  essary, as well as furniture and furnishings for the apartments  throughout. And, finally, there  will be transportation;, expenses  which, of course, will be in proportion to the territory it is proposed  to have the nurse cover.  The^only outside help that may  be looked for to partially meet this  expense bill is a grant from the  provincial department ��������� of health.  So far as our information goes this  donation will not exceed $35 a  month���������and will likely be less in a  district such as this.  Even with a $35 grant, when allowance is made for the inevitable  quota of ready-promising but slow  and non-paying guarantors, if due  cemsideration is given tlie foregoing  expense items it must be conceded  an objective of not less than $200 a  month is nejt a bit too ambitions.  A prudent   finance  committee will  District Nurse matter so prominently before our readers it may be  well to correct any wrong impressions that may be current due to  the    above     paragraph     in   Mrs.  Rossland council has just been advised that the West Kootenay Light  & Power Co. will discontinue supplying free street lights to the town.  Fernie  council  recently cut police  -r. ,    ., . -���������   n     <.������*-��������� i      magistrate   Whimster's   salary   from  Downs otherwise excellent article^ $n| to ?50 a month<    The att0rney  The view expressed above can  not help but convey the idea that  i:i addition to giving as individuals  members of the organizations cited  will also be called upon to contribute again and again via these several societies.  In other words, if a citizen happens to be a. member of the Board  of Trade, and his wife belong to a  church guild as well as the women's institute, such citizen���������as per  Mrs. Downs' reasoning-���������would be  called upon to pay four different  ways to the District Nurse funh.  This, of course, would be most unfair. ^  Neither Is it the present intention (even were it permissible) of  the committee in charge to deptnd  on concerts, sales of cooking, or en-  general's department.has ordered that  the city pay him $75 a month.  FRUIT RANCH FOR SALE  20-acre ranch, one mile east of Cres  ton. 10 acres planted to fruit trees of  best varieties. 19 acres under cultivation. Creek running through land.  Good well, good log house and barn,  also sheds. All farm equipment will  go with ranch. Reasonable cash payment; balance to suit purchaser. Enquire Review Office.  TENDERS FOR WOOD  fgggSm  BB8H9  ^*S^*SSk txttl ^B ^^^^h ^^^^-~^^m^m      <maff4IX4tt4400Wmx  J~m~\, S,u. H   QamJaja tg���������^  fjf    .J9  P^*--*��������� -i^r**^ pj^Ht. ~\\ jptwWk%~0^^^^0%~yvv90Wt.  Bxjj^jt        ^ttm\\*r  MUk      ^m^ ^m^md  BH   ^rTr ..r*i PTL     rp?  J2~*2>  ������5���������5' dZZZZL m-M  wr~ZZ   xi-���������.0������      j_y     CS.  Sealed tenders will he receiyed by  the undersigned np till Monday, Aug.  2, 1020, for 50 cords of 4-foot green-cut  seasoned wood, to be delivered at the  Creston school not later than January  1st, 1921. Lowest noi any tender not  necessarily accepted. S, A. SPEEDS,  Secretary School Board, Creston, B.C.  JANITOR WANTED  Sealed tenders will be received by  the undersigned up till Monday, Aug.  2, 1020, for- tho position of janitor of  Oreston high and public schools, duties  to cniiiiiifiice Aug. 15. State salary  required. S. A. SPEERS, Secretary  School Board, Creston, B.C.  WE HAVE THE  fl       EHZ^SZZZ imZZZS^  ���������        A     /���������**���������*:  ���������C:   I   l  W A h. A C fi  *~p    ���������P   ��������� w ������  ��������� ������ ��������� i_ ���������   ������  co^i  for vour  tefjst**! JLtA~^m ZH^L. mtmm*"'' .-a _   tm*      W    g^������������������-***^ L.-p''   *���������-"'  JS~~mV       S-TW-m t~~-r^^~ M~     *9       *������    "    ^���������* B*+*������*m  -m-mW.m...  "mmUL   "    jf Am. mm    M MM \mS IUt        MM*  *"|l^^SPfc mTW mt^m \~0vW      S^kW X0~<* WmmtM trntW  ~*W~X IMP  ***���������%! H M  i,!"1  ixm  A LITTLE CAM. WOULD HAVE SAVW THIS  M   t-^Ki pH   ~xmpFji     ~mji.   'th-*-*****1 0XJ-0      m-pr   mmmmf -  .���������(^������������������-^.������������������^������������������wm-^.w*--***..^ it-.-v^Hwfl^  i..--*4ap-\&������AA~-mi-Wnm!i^  a ' "**��������� ���������' ���������"���������" '���������'-" iiwi.n.**...*( ,*M.ll.,.H.i.ylri*M. .u.en-JWS^  ( )no Ihat will comply with  th-*. laws (A'ttX).  In fact, wc always carry a full  stock of Accessories   Cor  (Ve iy  in-iti  in  i,iH5  motor  car line.  uresTon Aine & supply  H. S, bbVAN, Manager  All branches of this Bank are in a position to  give the most comprehensive Banking service.  Government and Municipal Securities are  dealt in. Foreign Exchange bought and sold.  Money Orders and Letters of Credit issued.  Collections made on all points in Canada or  overseas.  203  CRESTON BRANCH,  C. W. ALLEN,  Manager,  ���������HHB9  ummer  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, 45c, 55c, 75c, 05c  Combinations at $1, $1.50, $1.85.  Boys' Combination Balbriggan  Undersuits  Sizes 22, 24, 26, 28, 30, 32  at $1.00  Men's Balbriggan Shirts and  Drawers at $1.0CT.  Men's Combinations  A variety of styles and materials at  2.00, 2.50, 3.85 to $6.00 per suit.  Creston Mercantile Company  LIMITED  B  ^^  HE DOMINION EXPRESS  COMPANY advise us that they  win not accept packages later than 11.15  C.P.R. or 12.15 Town Time for shipment  same day. We would therefore ask our  Growers to kindly give us their assistance  by bringing in their produce early.  Oreston Fruit Growers Union  LIMITED  BANK BY MAIL  Regular saving will soon show a handsome balance in the depositor's account.  It may be difficult for you to come to the  bank always when you want to deposit.  Send in deposits by mail���������thcy will be as  carefully handled as  though yon  handed  . 1 , mm X  U1C111   lACl    Cii.'-   V.UUUU.1,  77A  TUP"  r AM Am AM I5AMF  1     I       *jtLl WrUkl      Xdt        mAmmx*- M.J.        *1     1 -~J>di        XI      XM.^%.  vj>r v^iviMERCE  PAID-UP CAPITAL  k> fire ���������"���������rowe   *CI IMf\  $15,000,000  II  CRl-STON BRANCH, C. G. Bennett. Manager.  ar..,.���������00.0.0..'ax44H,m*mmi0IHmm  Jl*  ���������mull THE  CRESTON BETDBW  LAND REGISTRY AGT  (Section 24)  In the matter of Lot 1, Block 2, Town  of Creston. ^Province ' of British  Columbia, Map 979.  Proof having been filed in ray office  of the loss of CertiBcate of Title No.  6790-1, to the above-mentioned lands  in the name of William Henry Crawford, and bearing date the 18th Jana-  ai-y, 1920,1 hereoy give notice of my  intention at the expiration of one calendar month from the first publication hereof to issue to the said William Henry Crawford a fresh Certificate  of Titlg in lieu 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 oKJune, 1920.^  B. S. STOKES,  District Registrar of Titles.  Date of first publication ^Fuly 0, 1920.  MINERAL AOT  FORMF  Certificate of Improvements  NOTICE  Gracie R, Arnold Fraction and Rosebud Fraction'Mineral Claims, situate  in the Nelson Mining Division of  Kootenay District. Where located:  Near Green City.  TAKE NOTICE that J. D. Anderson, B.C.L.S., of Trail, agent for Wm.  Connolly of Rossland, Free Miner's  Certificate No. 27449c, intends, sixtv  ���������lays from the date hereof, to apply to  the Mining Recorder for Certificate of  Improvements, for the purpo&e of obtaining Crown Grants of the sbc-ve  claims. And further take notice that  action under Section 85 must be commenced before the issuance of such  Certificates of Improvements. Dated  this 24th day of June, 1920.  J. D. ANDERSON.  44 Members Start  Lister U.F. Local  Farmers are working out a plan to secure an accurate estimate of the various crops in time to advise members  as to-,the crop situation not only in  British Columbia but throughout Can-  What has'all the earmarks of being  the most active and all-round successful local of   the   United Farmers of  British Columbia���������of the five now-in  esistehee in Creston Valley���������was organized ar Lister, at a largely attended  gathering of the soldier farmers on  Friday night.   Col. Lister was chosen  chairman of the session, with Norman  Stones '-as secretary, and the speaker  of the evening was J. M. Humphrey  of Al&lakwaV the provincial organizer.  In opening. Mr.-Humphrey corigrat-  ulatedthe soldiers on  haying located  in the Valley.    After a  tour of B.C.,  in which he had coyered almost 7000  miles of it. Mr. Humphrey had seen  n o fin er con ri try than Creston Valley  aspecially  if  water for   irrigation   \���������  made aynilabla.     He recognized the  first two or three years might be an  uphill fight, but his adyice was not to  "down tools" too hastily.    By pegging  away  industriously   failure   was   impossible here.  After sketching the early history of  the United Farmer movement in B.C.,  which had now attained a membership of over 4000, Mr. Humphrey discussed the larger co-operatiye ideas of  the organization., citing the Fraser  Valley Milk Producers' Association  which was the best organization of the  kind on the North American continent  and through which tbe farmers secured the highest possible price for their  milk products, while at the same time  the consumers got their milk cheaper  than  in  any part of Canada except  r\.X.x~.... A..rx   * rx   SSvr.     f.trtt-   Xit..t   tVio    vrtv.4._  ySVtitV.VVX VX ttxr    yxr    tit.x.      .ixxrtl   ....������������.>   timrxr     frx xr  ducer is in direct touch with the consumer.  Mr. Humphrey said that the United  1VJ,1V>JL 1 1  \ATTm?  vv uj  JUUUL/J i  I  .<���������-.  !S*  y.  Lime Juice $ .65  Grape Juice.     .50  Grape Cider. _  1.25  Raspberry Vinegar  1.00  Lemonade Powder ��������� 20  Heinz Pickles.................:.pp..z..zp .....;.    .45  Libby's Catsup ..."     45  Libby's Olives ^, 40  Jelly Powders   17^  We specialize in Canned Meats.  Cantaloupe-   Watermelon,  Tomatoes  Cucumbers and all Green Vegetables  I  A glance at our windows and a more thorough look  over our shelves will convince vou that we carry the  best brands of PURE FOODS and GOOD GROCERIES. Come in and let us suggest something  different for to-morrow's dinner that will prove  appetizing-to your family.  /A*. -in. JJ   H   M H*-*-*^      H-J^  SLJ&  m.     A-3*^. a    L. ^a ES        E ' J En J Sa^  *-t ~-m~    APjS~--l *r^x^~m^      HP,   ��������� _JBI m~\ -Jm- mm   JLmL-   XBk-.  GENERAL MERCHANT     :      CRESTON  BUILDING  or  Fll  l*****. Mt II  m%\   M   ^mm% Hi    il   MB*******-.  j~*Wkm~*  We can  supply  Portland  Cennient  Lime  Brick  Shingles  I  -jlIL  jLuaui  Lumber  all sizes and  grancs.  *  I Mnnifeftiri  |     utiiiyuvi  (~  t*.i~a  L.UIIIUUI  tf>fr*  BBiimnnnu  ouiiBjiuiiy  LBtVJI I ~-U  ada, so that they can form some idea  as to what would" be . a fair price and  not be at the mercy of the middleman  or the speculator. The speaker pointed out that the average farmer does  not figure out the cost of production,  and that to tiis'ktibwledge at least two  farmers have contracted to deliver potatoes nest* fall at $25 per ton, while  the average cost of production will  run from $35 to" $40 per ton owing to  the high cost of seed and labor. It is  the intention of the U.F. to keep its  members informed on such things for  it is realized that the farmer must get  a living wage; and if he is prosperous  the merchant is prosperous���������for true  prosperity starts with the soil.  The speaker urged all the farmers to  become members of the great organization, to take part in the regular  monthly meetings, forget their little  differences and take a keener interest  in the public affairs of the district, the  province and the dominion, and through their united efforts make Canada  a truly great country.  ���������The Land  Settlement Board  came  under fire by the organizer, and it was  suggested that the only way farmers  could ever hope to get cheap money to  develop the farm lands of the province  would be by becoming strongly organized and  with the assistance of the  other organized farmers of Canada request the federal government to sell  farm Joan bonds the same as the United States government has been doing.  Mr. Humphrey condemned the government for allowing transcontinental  railways to   charge higher   rates in  B.C. than  in  other parts of Canada;  the higher cost of building, he stated,  was well paid for at   the beginning  and the increased cost of operation is  more than made  up by the wouderful  attractions of the  mountains drawing  tourists fronj  all oyer the world and  -  creating traffic for the eastern  lines.  I  There should  bs a uniform rate oyer-  Canada, and  the only way to get it ie  to become  strongly organized and  in  this case join hands with the boards of  trade of the cities so that B.C. can put  up a solid front in demanding what is  justly due.  The Canadian Council of Agriculture  was discussed at some length by Mr.  Humphrey and' it'was clearly shown  that, while certain interests endeavoring to keep the fruit growers out, that  if they wished to protect their particular interests it would be necessary for  thorn to have the strength of the U. F.  B.C. behind them.   .  The statements of certain public men  that the farmers movement meant  class legislation the speaker deplortd.  and suggested that if these same men  would look up statistics they would  Hnd that the lawyers of Canada, representing only one-fifth of- one per  cent, of the yoting population have 25  per cent, of the representatives in parliaments, while the farmers, representing over 56 per cent, of th������ yoting  population have less than 18 per cent,  of the representatives of parliament,  in spite of the large number of farmer  members in Ontario and the middle  west.  Touching upon the water question  Mr. Humphrey urged that all the  United Farmer locals in the Valley  should act unitedly in the matter of  irrigation, to secure one system that  would take care of the whole community. Referring to tho proposed  system at Canyon he feared that the  installation of a system that only took  care of but a minor portion of the  present population, and made no provision for newcomers would cause  moro discontent and other troubles  than the pilomotors anticipated.  Hits closing icwiiukb uoio to Lhc  effect that the United Farmers was a  movement that Canada would very  shortly stand in need of; it was the  only organization that could hinielU-  the present dangeroiJH labor situation  as well as tho menace of the financial  interests.  A. It. Swanson, a director of the  Canyon local, v.-a a called upon for a L-vv  remarks, and devoted bin energies to  pointing out the ni'ceHHiLy and advantages of irrigation.  Thf* nio-'tinji- wan unanittiou'; feu- the-  imim-diato formation of the LinU>i*  local, anel after tlu*- UHtial adjournment  to onahle thoHo pi-er������cut to *ii<������n the roll  *..->,���������          *....-*..                I             *   . r    . I    ,        ' I-     '   '     * *     ������������������'  Htart    with,   tho   <*1<M-t ion    of   onVrrn  i-t-Miilfi'd an follows:  Preimloi'tr��������� .1. McOee.  Vice-President���������Col. Lister.  Hecy.-Ti*e������H.���������N. Ht.ones.  I-Cxecutive���������I''. Mav. A. II. Webb. T.  IVlilner.  The Hint Saturday night in AuguHt  toi-xt-      .\t\..\f,4*i\        IIOIMI        .  is.*      *tw>        . - 4 t  be set. The organization of the  branch at taster under such favorable  auspices pretty effectively answers  the claim sometimes made that the returned men ai-e not interested in the  United Farmers. Certainly at Lister  the soldier farmers anticipate the  organization being the one organization that can be of particular assistance to them in coping with practically all their problems.  There would appear to be some demand for Canadian wised up clergymen in England.    Rev. Mr. Laycock,  English church rector at Vernon, is  going to England to stay, next month.  Although the town is said to be dryer than ever the fire chief states that  the water pressure at Cranbrook last  month was the best in the town's  history. The fire loss for the month  was   ������200.  Seven new members joined the Baptist church at Penticton a couple of  Sundays ago and the Herald say3 the  building was not big enough to hold  the crowd that wished to see joiners  given the plunge.  The   Herald   claims  there  are   100  new structures under way or awaiting building material already at Penticton.  Loyal Orange Lodge, No. 2095  Meets THIRD THURSDAY of  each month" at Mercantile  Kail. Visiting brethren cordially invited.  ERIC OLSON, W.M.  NOTICE  NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that  all 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 unpaid is  oyerdue are required to make payment, within six months from the date  of this Notice, either of the full amount  due, together"with interest thereon, if  any be due, or a substanti.-il proportion of such anion nt, 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.  Di-puty Minister of Lands.  Denai-tment of Lands,  Victoria, B.**^��������� a|ini iSir, iMi*J.  NOTICE  NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that  in accordance with an Amendment to  the "Townsite Proportionate Allotment Aet" passed at the last session of  the Legislature any person holdihg an  agreement foi- 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 before  the 1st day of September, 1920, on  which date the privilege of obtaining a  proportionate allotment will cease and  any person in arrears of payment  under an agreement for sale as afore^  said 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 the sale and the  provisions of the "-Land Act" govern  ing overdue purchase money, in connection with which special attention is  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.  Is there any  Meat in  the  m~0     d~L   -0}   0d    r~������   jj>        J  This i.s the first question that presents itself  to the housewife if an  unexpected visitor drops  in for a meal. But why  worry?  mt-irtiP*-0-irtd0������0  tRftrrtinidx  Hams and Bacon  finest   Quality  ***Y> f>i  ���������*������ ���������** f* f~������fV ������***  \^sKZ<Jm W-w-W*       ���������   dm ���������*.-���������*. J e* *W  Lunch Meat  Bologna, Ac.  are always (et Oo lta-.ii  here. In meat:: nothing  quite equals 'Shuu-mcli'  products.  M    i  ttW-t^ltoHiimmtht  iug, atid  mm-JI   I    I  ff^Ul'tr  at   which  leieiielleiy  th  date  *e*l Die  i(  Hi,'  will  Wm     I*v9    f^P      ^W   .mt     I'm   *^^^  Wx   ^^  ���������HOl fll tS. Vrnmi U'Xtt ."^fli  L^^fn* ^4-W  ki  ^L *h|   W '  *K *���������*������������������#% BUI  & !jUm LIU.  Duck Creek  Daylight Store  and  Ice Creamery  f*    ������..2. ������~~.~-i ft     ������fe^B*  isuiiemema Son  are now prepared to handle  their ICE CREAM trade in  the most up-to date and  HYGIENIC fashion.  Plain Ice Cream, Sundaes  and Sodas  Soft Drinks, Cider  Two Per Cent. Beer  Screened Verandah   and  lots   .������.i.  We ask our friends in Creston  and Sirdar to run in give us  tho once over. -P  Spopsii @f  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  ^ith joint residence, but each making  ne-cessary 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 made proportionate improvements, he may, because of ill-health, or other cause, be  granted intermediate certificate of improvement and transfer his claim.  Records without permanent residence may be issued, provided applicant makes improvements to extent of  ?300 per annum and records same each  year. Failure to make improvements  or record same will operate as forfeiture. Title cannot be obtained in  less than 5 years, and improvements  of $10.00 per acre, including 5 acres  cleared and cultivated, and residence  of at least 2 years are required.  Pre-emptor holding Crown grant  may record another pre-emption, lf he  requires land in conjunction with his  farm, without actual occupation, provided statutory Improvements made  and residence maintained on Crown  granted land.  Unsurveyed areas, not exceeding 20  acres, may bo leased as homesites;  title to be obtained after fulfilling residential ana improvement conditions.  For grazing und industrial purposes  areas exceeding 640 acres may b������  leased by one person or company.  Mill, factory or industrial sites on.  timber land not exceeding 40 acres  may bo purchasod; conditions include  payment of stumpage.  Natural hay moadows Inaccessible  by existing roads may bo purchased!  conditional upon construction of a road  to thorn. Rebate of one-half of cost of  road, not exceeding half of purchase  prico, is mado.  PRE.  EMPTORS'      FREE  ACT.  GRANTS  The twopo of thlB Act Is enlarged tc  include All persons Joining and serving  with  Hl������ Majesty's Forces.    Tho  Forces.    Tho  am  Majesty's      ,...���������  time within which the heirs or dovlsees  of a deceased pre-emptor may apply  for tltlo under this Act io extended  from for onc year from tho death of  mir-h porfinn, mi formerly, until or.c  yenr after tho conclusion of tho present  war. This prlvllego is also mado re-  tronetl\-o. ������  No foes relating to pre-omptlonu are  duo  or  payable   by  soldiers  on    preemptions recorded after Juno ~C, 1018  lakes are remitted for live years.  Provision for return of moneys accrued, duo and boon paid since August  4, 1014, on account of payments. f������es  or u������ji������ji* on 'iolilw,'-3' pru-cmptions.  Interest on agreements to purchase  V*,������n.t0ir. clty ,ou' iieW l)y members of  Allied 1< oraen. or dependents, acquired  .-..x.-.    y,.      ....... *-yy,    luiliitiuu    IIUIII    tlll-  llutmont to March 31. 1020.  9UD-puncHAonnc of crown  LANDS.  Provision mado for issuance of  Crown imintfl to niih-ptirrhnnr-r.** of  Ciuwn ijixiniu. uequirlng rights from  pufchnncm who fnlled to complete  purchase. Involving forfeiture, on fulfillment or conditions of purchase ln-  toraNt and tn-ifH. When* ���������eii������--j*-*-re**V"j-  ere ao not claim whole) of orlirinnl 'p'ur-  i"    *    *0t".   '.'.-'     L    *****     '���������--.v.   Ll.tx    l.-Xxx,    liW.V  bo distributed pro jM>rt ions te-ly over  vrhtnu    uiM. A l ipi le'ii Oe >nie    rm"it    ha  vix~A~ by May 1, mo.  ORAZINO.  ttritslng   Act,   1010.   for     irystematla  d-sve.I-jpni.tHt of llv*.,!.^'* Indunlry i.io-  vlrt-fi  tnr irnirltier rtlntrle-t'i and  riiiee^,  K������������1m1n1'.'<Tri-!|nn    m-.'V-r    C  :...*..'.;..���������.:.,:..,  Aimuiii   Kr.eziui:   I'.rinit*,   iitMu'ei   banexl  Uk.   teUlliixMi   .i...,,kLi,   piiiuiiy   lor OHlUtl-  lluheei     eAviu-ri*.       rSti.ok-owricr-1  fcr.'ii  A:.:.ocU.il:,:.:.  ti.tr  i  bin ii ~.      x- t -ut  (uT   -i-ttiUrtttm  it.    \f\\    litbtt-  may  llUl liil |n-  ���������wi     j������,u mmy    Jftii,   iHTJIllt**)  sm^imtutt-mitttmtmi  mimtrnmumtrx-tsiiman  t* -.smm^w^mm-mtm***  uimmmmmm imm*is>mtmi*9Mmr.'-\^^   E������u*^W'-*i-*a-ftii-������*%w  ���������h -������Wil������4e<11*('������M-<MW<e *&mili-m**t*W*n  ^"aw*--^^  mmmNtiim^mirp^mm-mttiiiiw-.iftift^^fxi *- twvtstmw  ���������y.'wi-Mi^^ ffl������ tatwiEW,' Cm&W-ixW,  b.  c."  ���������     AX.  , ^mmX rxm- P  iQiimmi on current events  The last week of June and the first  few days of July were prolific in important changes in fh-e political life  of Canada, and in some respects  these were but indicative of the unsettled state of politics generally  throughout this and other countries.  Union "Government, which was  brought into being through the efforts  of Sir Robert Borden as a war administration late in 1917, having fulfilled its destiny, has passed away;  Sir Robert Borden has laid down the  responsibilities of thc premiership,  and these have been placed on thc  younger shoulders of Hon. Arthur  Meighen, who is not only tlie young-  OCf       TV tr* *x i-v������ 4 <x m~       r"/\ti Or-ln        **vm P\ *~       . ������ r-. -A l^-d*.       nl  ���������X,****!.      jey x  -V1U1V4 vuuaun       \~.\\.X        XlClU-y        L/tlC       Cmf  so thc first man from west of tho  Great Lakes to achieve that high office. His Government will be representative of the new political organization which supercedes the Conservative and Unionist parties in Federal  politics and which has been named  the National Liberal and Conservative Party. In addition io Sir Robert  Borden, Hon. N. W. Rowell and  Hon. Martin Burrell retire from the  Government; consequently the first  test of the strength of the new administration with the public will  come with the election of the new-  ministers to bc chosen.  A second change of moment was  the resignation of Sir Lomer Gouin  from the premiership of Quebec, an  office he. has he-Id for the past fifteen years, and a longer period than  any of his predecessors. Sir  Loiucr's retirement docs not mean  any marked change in thc Quebec  Government. Hc it leaving political  li:c to engage in tlio activities of bus-  iiic:-vs, commerce mid finance, and is  succeeded in  the premiership of Quc-  ...-  ioriii'T I'aij'iH-i coi-  \<, -  i ..-���������.-:;;ereai*.  -.   .s:.^:*.i:u-.- a of prevailing  :-.   ::*.   Canada,   today   was  :    ihe   Multiloba   Provin-  v,'.* *''!l   \'?.,ri   r vi.-atod   in  .   ;:* *   i .*��������� -��������� t:rie in "vmccs  a  :..��������� ���������-   -.* '.   -:*...:!av     to    that  .-'���������>.*.     '*.'.     ;'j.c.     :ou r  * -'  :**   'ho  ;-. * \ '. I'.'-Ti-.l.aurr,  "*.*...:. i >     a  i*-1 c��������� -ir  ���������.:.-..:���������:: ,..,:*,, , f  * ".*   *    .    h  ;.-.*.i   '-   * :  s'-rva -  * .'  .        .*.-   i" h ; ��������� iohnts  in  .���������������������������**:- ��������� ".���������.:?. a. I  - :     * ',-i* h       . -    -*.!-;*ort    of  ;���������'*'*��������� .      ;    !*.d-p<-:i-  :* *.- '..    *        ;      i..,r       V, i i 1  :-.������������������:���������       ��������� :        ��������� ���������]������������������': *;..!   .-.*pr>'>-  '   .'ji    i !���������     ' ���������       ������������������*-,*���������    -��������� I .,-,  was a marked success and gave general satisfaction. With te~n members  to be elected out of a list of 41 candidates nominated, and with 48,000  ballots cast, the new system was given the hardest test yet applied to it  in any English-speaking country, and  the successful outcome would seem  to point to its early adoption throughout Canada.  As indicating that there has been  little change in the war-time sentiment of people on thc questioi}. of  New Brunswick referendum is of interest. Two questions were submitted to thc electorate: (1) Whether  the prohibition laws should bc to-  tained, importation stopped, and a  bone-dry condition created, or (2)  whether the sale of wines and beer  should be permitted. By a vote of  three to two the people declared  against thc sale of wines and liquor,  and by a two-to-one vote emphatic-  all^r     rf-nfwA cxA      ill n:?*-*  preference     for  absolute prohibition of the traffic in  intoxicants for beverage purposes.  While the people of Canada have  thus been engaged in their own political affairs, in the United States the Republican and Democratic parties haves  adopted their platforms for the presidential elections next November and  named their candidates. A clear-cut  issue on thc Peace Treaty and  League of Nations is now presented  to the American people, and the  voters wiii tncmseives ticciac inc  issue, the Republicans bitterly con-  dcitinin^ *-hc acts -^-f Pi**������<?i'-fr>t-,. -\A7*jio.-.*.  at the Peace conference, and the  Democrats upholding the League of  Nations as necessary for the future  preservation of the peace of the  world. While not concerned in the  essentially domestic policies of the  United States, Canadians will follow  with keen interest the struggle for  and against acceptance by the United  States of a place in the League of  Nations and as a co-partner with the  other civilized peoples of the world  in maintaining the highest international ideals.  Minard's Liniment Relieves Distemper.  Horses in Saskatchewan  (Buffalo Express)  Saskatchewan is generally associated in the mind with cold weather  and wheat. It is surprising to learn,  therefore, that it leads the Canadian  provinces in horse population, there  being a total of 1,078,000.  Saw Possibilities  In Experiment  Liverpool Dockmastcr Evolved  Principle of Modern Lighthouse  Sometimes during the latter part  of the eighteenth century a scientific person of London made a wager  that he would read a newspaper by  the light of a "farthing dip" at a  distance of 30 feet. To do this the  scientist merely coated 4he inside of  a shallow box with sloping pieces  of looking glass so as to form a  concave lens, put his farthing dip into the box and readily deciphered  the small print at the stipulated distance. The experiment was witnessed by a Liverpool dockmaster. He  was a thinking man and saw great  possibilities In this learned jest. He  straightway adapted the principle to  lighthouse requirements and forthwith the modern reflected light with  its mile of range and greatly muti-  plicd life-saving powers sprang into  being.  it Hawk, Blow,  Sneeze, or Cough  T       ii f  x       L   _ *>  se   i/aiarriiozoiie  When germs attack the lining of  the nose, make you sneeze and gag���������  XtrVll^ri    I2.trr.f-    Qt*.    the"***    lT\f*r><--'*'    th*7*    ^**-*���������--*,*"*;���������  chial tubes���������how can you follow them  with a cough syrup?  You can't do it���������that's a*ll. Cough  syrups go to the stomach���������that's why  they fail.  But Catarrhozone goes everywhere  ��������� gets right after the germs ��������� kills  them���������heals the soreness���������cures the  inflammation ��������� makes Catarrh disappear. Not difficult for Catarrhozone  to cure, because it contains the essences of pine balgams and other  antiseptics that simply mean death  to catarrh. Large size costs $1.00 and  contains two months' treatment;  smaller sizes 25c and 50c, all druggists and storekeepers.  Pulp Mill for Port Arthur  CONSTIPATED CHILDREN  Children who suffer from constipation, indigestion or any of the  other ailments due to a clogged condition of the bowels will find prompt  relief through the use of Baby's Own  Tablets. Thc Tablets are a mild but  thorough laxative which can always  depended upon to regulate the  >owels and sweeten thc stomach.  rhr-y arc nhsolutcly safe and are sold  under a guarantee to be entirely free  from opiates or other injurious drugs.  I 'oni-crning them Mrs. Thomas A.  I'.ouloi, Lake 'Baker, N.B., writes: "I  pi.ar-eMl to state, that B-nbv's Own  ! T  I a:u  ,1  is \*,\:n* of f^re.it help to nie  v.h'ii iity baby whs suffering from  ��������� "ii'-i'-paiion." The. Tablets are sold  !*.*.* ; ,*,!h*ine dealer:-* or by mail at 25  ���������r.i. a lio\-. from The Dr. Williams  h.i -<iit-ine Co., Brockville, Ont.  Provincial Paper Mills Will Spend a  Million and a Half on  Undertaking.  Port Arthur will be the scene of  important developments in paper  manufacture when the plans are completed of thc Provincial Paper Mills,  Limited, Toronto, who have just  been incorporated. About $1,500,000  is estimated to bQ the amount to be  spent in Port Arthur. The plant,  which occupies 140 acres in the city  of Port Arthur, has turned out about  $2,000,000 of sulphite, which has been  sold in thc United States," chiefly in  Wisconsin and Minnesota...It is now  intended to complete the product into paper on this side, with a mill to  turn out forty tons a dayf With the  expenditure of $500,000 on thc mill,  absorbed by the new company, these  productions will be increased.  Worms in children, if they be not  attended to, cause convulsions, and  often death. Another Grave's worm  exterminator will protect the children from these distressing afflictions.  ::' ,1:  it.'1  : ��������� .1 , ri.   ' .:   i*i ������������������  :   : n,"   iu   < ;���������-.-....\.,  !V,p**.������������������..,*-..,I     !���������������������������;.:���������  -���������'���������']   in   a    I '.1 vii : ;;i' *  *  < i' v   oi'^W'i'!!,:; ������������������:'  *'pr -   ��������� 1.::.! iv-n   by   '..'���������.  p.i r: I'   i    *,,*(*'.!'    a .'I ' <  . .yxmrntP' *"   * -������������������--ie��������� ���������.  PxP^.^P-P^ipP  ;,    *   !:irit  : *..'',,. n  .'.-.'   -*!��������� <;-  ���������!   ii.- li,-  I    il.at   it  ti^mrt.^i ���������*iJlii-m**i -itiitiilni tiriiiii k e'ifili*vii-Ti*yV*i' I  PCi /mW Ammammllm~t^ r-nlmWHnX^ ' * "  Overcrowding  the Earth  Estimated That   In   170 Years From i  !      .\rv.v   :*,Ta:chr.:;r.-.   Population,  Will  j Be  Reached.  Ae-ioiding     10     tin;     -statistics,   the  ; population of the world c.'uiuot go on  i;;<!< linif.ly  at   tip:   present,     rale.      It  j   ll.ri     iie-'e-n     f S t i I il a t >'<]     tllHt    if      it      dOCS,  I t h'"! 1      ur.     are"-.     near   tlir   end   of   our  I t,'di'*r.     In about  170 years from now  the*   niaxiiiiuiii   population     that     the  ',u'.11    e an    sup pent    will    Per    rr.arlicel I  "'. 'i*-    only    < ountiy    at       the*      present  ! :''���������:������������������:<:   that   ;:,   rca'ional.ly   livinj;   within  I ���������' .   .1 ��������� .'*! *i   of   lane)   is    !��������� ranee,   for    to  1   '.'..:.;'*      ii'i       poj.ulii lion     l*e*epi|l*e.'l    "M.-l  j  '.'���������*..     ll   the  pie*'ent   rate*  of  iu 1-re.1 n 1-  ���������   .1    'h      ; v ai.'.,*! .11'.ii   of    ihe    world    is  I    ��������� ��������� *   *     ! .'I'll.'.    iir 1'      Villi)      :n      I liinc  i p*'. ���������;!.!��������� ).    tli   ).    in    .',l)D')   V'-are-    from  t   ���������     '   * , ���������   1 ,���������  ���������!.. ' I' in     V. ' 1  .Id     tie*     I Will ������������������  1     *   '.      P.'-        ' : ���������     ,     ���������';*.*   1 I,*|      I tl   I r,      i I     I,,     n r\.r,  An Unvalued Site  (London Daily Chronicle)  The news that thc Bank of England is to be rebuilt draws attention  to a fact which has often puzzled  business men, and that is that thc  site: on which the present buildings  stand has never been valued, though  it is undoubtedly the most famous in  thc world. What is more, thc balance-sheet eif lhe* bank never includes  the site and the buildings as an asset,  though if these were in thc possession of any other company they  would probably be included as worth  anything up to 10,000,000 pounds.  Hut the bank's position ia so secure  ihat if i-ati affeiiel '0 neglect e*von  such a great asset.  To'Further Lignite Project  Additional Grant of $200,000 Made to  Saskatchewan.  Briquet ting  Plant.  To meet the increased cost of construction of the lignite briquetting  plant an additional appropriation o������  $200,000 has been made. This makes  the total vote for the plant $600,0p0.  Of the additional vote, $100,000 is  being provided by the federal government, the governments of Saskatchewan and Manitoba dividing the  other $100,000 between them. This is  the same ratio as the original vote.   '  The lignite uutilization board has  found it impossible to complete the  project on the original grant of $400,-  000. A recent estimate shows the total cost will be about $600,000, exclusive of housing. In order to compare  these prices with the original estimate of $400,000, the board snsde a  careful enquiry into the price of the  present contemplated plant had it  been erected in 1917, thc date at  which thc original research council  report was prepared. The result was  a total estimate of $390,000, which  shows that the present designs are  no more elaborate than were contemplated  originally.  The Hon. Arthur Meighen agreed  that the federal government would  contribute another $100,000 on condition that Manitoba and Saskatchewan would each contribute a further  s>o0,G00. The question has been taken  up by Mr. Meighen with the two  provm-cia* governments auu so far as  Saskatchewan is concerned, the additional appropriation will be met.  Roumania Wants Canadian Trade  Roumanian firms of paper users  are turning to the United States  and Canada for their supplies, according to announcements in ~ this  week's bulletin of the department of  trade and commerce. Other Canadian products being sought by Roumanian firms include: Leather and  leather; goods, including boots and  shoes, textiles, furs, fresh and canned foodstuffs, drugs and chemicals  and iron.  To Asthma Sufferers.      Dr. J. D.  Kellog's Asthma Remedy comes like  a helping hand to a sinking swimmer.  It gives new life and hope by curing  his trouble���������something he has come  to believe impossible. Its benefit is  too evident to be questioned���������it is  its own best argument���������its own best  ���������advertisement. If you suffer from  asthma get this time-tried remedy and  find help like thousands of others.  To Keep Meal.  During hot months buy cornmeal,  graham flour, or cereals in smaller  quantities, then can in airtight glass  jars, for insects seek dark places  mostly to do their damage. If one is  afraid it has been visited by insects,  sift and place in a hot oven in shallow pans and heat almost to the  scorching point, then cool before  bottling, to insure it from gett-tng  musty. If cornmeal does scorch a  trifle it gives a pleasant paichcd  flavor to corn bread or mush.  One Great Essential  To a Woman's Health  Is Her Nerves  ���������^  Is^Ai  THERE is a Maytaff Washing Machine for every need���������Electric, Hand,  Multi-Motor,   aad   Power   Dri-ren.  Ia this issue vfs are going to caii especial attention to the Maytasr-Multi-Motor  Washer, the machine -with a built-in half-  horse, two cycle, air cooled engine,' and  equipped with the'^Swinging:, Reversible  Wringer. This is, without a question the  best washing machine in the world for use  on the farm or in towns where no electricity ia?;!*- b������ had. ,    "  We hare either a hardware dealer or an  Implement or General Store firm selling  our Washers in nearly every town in  Western Canada. Look one up in  your home town at once and see just  what thi������ machine is. If you do not  find one, drop us a card, giving us the  name of a dealer you wouid hko to  have us write to and we will send you a  copy of our Free Household Manual.  It contains hundreds of valuable suggestions about washing and handling  fabrics   and   also   describes   the   machine.  One of the most deligli'tful features  of the Maytag Multi-Motor Washer is  ease of operation. Women everywhere agree that it is    perfectly    simple.  Put hot water and soap into the g������s.-i.  erous cypreso wood tub. Fill Tt with  soiled clothes. Then give the special  starting wheel a flip with your foot 1  That ia all. With a business-like "put-  put-put," the Httle Multi-Motor goes  about its work and chases all the washday  worry   from  your   face.  Many, many homes not having electricity are today enjoying this great convenience perfected in the famous Maytag  factories.  It is the only washing machine iathe  world with a gasoline motor built right  into   the   machine.  Handles heavy or light pieces perfectly. Does a thorough job of cleansing in  a  short time.  Does away with all tlie hard work���������  saves a lot of time���������and actually protects   the   clothes.  Has a power wringer. You merely  feed the clothes through it And when  not used for washing you can hitch your  churn, separator, grinder, etc., to the  special pulley wheel and the little Multi-  Motor  will   operate  them   for   you.  Why make the family washing a  weekly ordeal���������when the cost and operating expense of the Maytag is so reasonable. Go to _ your _ local Maytag  dealer and  see this machine.  REMEMBER- Sec Your  Dealer First  Comfttrmxf  WINNIPEG  CALGARY  SAY "DIAMOND DYES"  Don't ntre-!: or ruin your natatorial in o ^  poor dyeo.    Xnsiat on "IMoinond pyea.**  .Eiiay dincctlonfl in podengo.  Th*���������*it is nothing repulsive in Mill-  (-r'.'i We^nn PiiwiIit.'I, and they are as  ple-.isiint to t;ike ris Mi.'.-ir, ao that few  e liililii-n will refuse them. In some  i-;im:*i they cause vomiting through  ilieir  :ii*ti'>n   in   r\n   unr.eMiinl  stomach,  llll I lit In        \ r        ,,������.!..        ., ... "������ .. '. (f r. c I -1 ������ " r-V o        r. f  thoir (*lr;iii:.iiig powcii', no indication  ilia! 1,n*v : 11������- hurt i'ui. They can bc  then���������nnghly <le|ie'n(Ie<l upon to clear  ��������� iii   weirim,  lroni   thr  fivi.tciii.  V.iluaMi-   harelv.ood   forcstii   abound  miWLsiiTt*^^ m  ^������   >,-<(" \-s,i iTtmtmt. ���������.    , mm.%f_%\%A  i\\.~-~r  .'     V.e<\i\\,i<,\\f:]ft    brad  r.  >���������-.''.    i.'*-i'i.iii:iie*i<i,      iMrin      wlinnt | '"    ' "������������������'���������"*���������  **    1' 1    W ;il.**i   l.'.'uiht   hit   Al- "    1   .,!   li.    ! ,,.-;,,,,.!    *.<*������������������ ! Minr-rd'-i T,inim*-nt Relieve" Coldn, etc  ���������     I   ��������� '���������:*      '        l ���������    er      I   ;,nr    of  TCHBg  ������r ������  ,  is.      \i.       !.���������/.*>  Nature intended women to be  strong, healthy aud happy na the day  is long, instead of being sick and  wretched. But how can any woman  be healthy and happy when thc whole  nervous systcm is unstrung. The  trouble is they* pay more attention to  their social and household duties than  thcy do to their health. Ia it any  wonder then that they become irritable and nervous, have hot flushed,  faint nnd dizzy spells, smothering and  sinking spells, become weak and nervous, and everything in life becomes  d.uk   itiid   ^lytoiny.  Miiburn's Heart and Nerve Pills are  thc very remedy that nervous, tlred-  out,t weary women need to restore  them to the blessings of good health.  1\ii-.i. V. II. Uy;m, Gund Tolnt, N.S.,  writes: "I have been a great sufferer  from nerve troubles. I was eo weak  and nervous I could not sleep at night  and my appetite was very poor. I  couiii not w.uu aeroi>:i Uiu noor without trembling. I had hot fluuhes nnd  fainting spells. When I wa������ on my  occeenu box of jVrilbum'fl Heart and  Nerve Pills I began to feel better and  kept on until I had used nix boxen,  when I felt like a different person. I  am never without them in tlie hou-io  ami recommend them to all who cuft."c������"  with their nerves."  Pliee-     **i0e*    ri     Ixiv     il ���������*    nil     ele-'e 1r.ru    rvr  in.iilrd   direct   e>n   receipt   of   price   by  The    T     Milburn    Co.,    T.iniitrd.    Tor-  "FREEZONE"  Lift Off Corns!     No Pain!  0 n! 1 *���������  (Vii  IDoriin't hurt n Mtl Hron n llttlr  "l/rcczono" on un itchlnqr corn, instantly that corn Htopft hortlm-;, tliew  shortly you lift It rltfUi off with fin-  gerB.   Truly I  Vour druggist sell* a tiny bottle of  "Frcezomj" for u few ccnt-a, aufticient  to rfinrvy**? every hard com, soft coi������,  or corn between tho toe*, nnd tho  uiiiuncji, without -soreneM or *lrritu*-  tlon.  The Japanese government control? *h*  ?".--p;r!7 ~t  crwdb  carjp!:u.-.  ���������    il  ~i  ���������if  IffWIffiM^^ TLTB.  BEVIEW,     CREST03ff8  MNPinti  Has  Been  Called  to  Form  Administration  A  New  Russian Peace Needed  AI   :%  A m~-.Sk4Aa4~i-*  -m-I.KPI-lKf   A  British Labor Delegation'Declare the  Continuation of Blockade  Is Madness  London.���������The  British  Labor delegation which recently returned from _  Russia, has issued an interim report. | Cannons and Machine Guns Must Be  i-������.������AK|VBII ll|V[i  MLr awlsa ~,it~ijm &Bt.~-B~-~, -a  Ottawa. ��������� Hon. Arthur Meighen,  Minister of the Interior, has undertaken the formation of a new administration, succeeding Sir Robert Borden, the retiring premier. Two retirements from the cabinet are announced, Hon. N. W. Rowell, president of thc Privy Council, who is retiring to private practice, and Hon. Martin Burrell, Minister of Customs, who  is to become librarian of parliament.  The two retirements, it is stated,  are not due to the change in leadership. Mr. Burrell has for some time  expressed a desire to return to private  life. Mr. Rowell's resignation is based on the point that a new party being created, and an administration  formed to represent that party.,  that he is entitled to ask "an  honorable discharge."  So far as the remaining members  of thc cabinet are concerned, it was  stated on high authority, they will  give their "undivided support" to the  new prime minister. In the formation of his cabinet, therefore, Mr.  Meighen will have but two retirements to meet���������Those of Mr. Rowell  and Mr. Burrell, with the addition of  that of Sir Robert, whose resignation  with leave the Martimc provinces  without a representative- in the cabinet. Mr. Meighen himself possibly  will assume the portfolio of president  of the privy council, relinquished by  Mr. Rowell, and in that event it is  likely that the department of the interior, over which he now presides,  will be merged with that of immigration and colonization. The vacancy  caused by the resignation of Mr. Burrell, it Is thought, is likely to be filled by the appointment either of R.  ��������� F. Green, member from Kootenay,  West, or of H. H. Stevens, Vancouver centre.  As a representative from Nova  Scotia, the name of F. B. McCurdy,  of Halifax, has been suggested.  Should either of these latter appointments be made, a by-election would  be necessary. Although all members  of the cabinet technically resign when  Sir Robert hands in his formal resigr  nation they will not require to be reelected on accepting office In thc new  administration.  Western residents of the city are  jubilant ovcr the fact that Hon. Mr.  Meighen will be thc first western  man to take over thc chief executive  office of Canada. While he is'a native of Ontario, Mr. Meighen has  spent practically the whole of his  life in thc West*.. He has represented  Portage la Prairie, Man., 'since 1908.  Mr. Meighen was also tiie man who  went with Sir Robert Borden to England in 1917 to attend the imperial  conference. He is a barrister by profession, having graduated from the  Toronto University in 1892; hc is also remembered as the man who fathered thc compulsory Military Service  Act and carried it through the house  in  1917.  Siberian Coast Held by Japan  No Possible Terminal is Left to the  Russian Railways  Washington.���������Possic.t Bay, last of  the first-rate harbors on thc Asiatic  coast north of Port Arthur remaining in possession of Russia, has passed into the hands of Japan, according  to official advices received here, which  icjjuiicu uccup.uiou e.il the luwii by  Japanese troops. The harbor of Post-net Bay, 75 miles southwest of Vladivostok  and  part  of   Russian   Siberia,  .   , .       ������ . . r-i '  W.I.*.   COU-ilui:lcei   lol    u   U:.lc   uy    ivli.-rtua  as the logical terminal of the trans-  Siberian railroad in preference to  Vladivostok on aecour.i of the exced-  It declares there is urgent need for  immediate peace with Russia and  that persistence in the policy of  blockade and intervention is madness  and criminal folly which can only end  in European disaster.  Emphasizing Russia's economic  and transport difficulties and the absorption of her efforts in military activities, the report says: "Ringed from  the world by a blockade of all powerful nations, attacked by enemies from  within and without, and menaced by  fear     of     counter-revolutions,     from  within, is it wondered that a revolu-  a*  tionary government which has maintained any kind of order and discipline amongst its peoples, has rallied  to its support practically the whole  Russian   nation."  Destroyed  Spa.���������The* German plan for progressive demobilization to 100,000  nfen in 15 months was presented to  the representatives of the allied governments here.  The impression in all quarters is  more favorable than at any time.  ��������� Dr. Simons, the German foreign  minister, gave it as* his opinion that  the crisis has not yet passed. The  only moment when there was any Jbit-  uoiaiy Arrears tor  ���������   Civil Servants  Back Pay for Fifteen Months Will bs  ���������uiven in two Weeks j  Ottawa.���������Back "pay checks for fif-j  teen months will be paid to civil servants in the next two weeks. Thc  total" amount, according to an announcement in the house of commons  will be about $4,000,000, that being  the estimated cost of ante dating the  civil service classifications.  The individual amounts paid will  be the difference between a civil servant's former salary and that awarded him by the classification schedules.  It is possible that two checks will  be issued for each person, one covering the year from April 1, 1919, to  Ufcll. UIJbR  terness shown at the conference wai _  when   Premier    Lloyd    George    said ( AP"1 ������������������-���������-. 1920, and the other for April  rather impatiently:   "You   only   have   May and June,  1920  Against Alliance  Jap-  China Opposed to Renewal  o  anese  Pact  Shanghai, ��������� Sir Beiby F. Alston,  British Minister to China, has reached this city on his way to England,  having been given a leave of absence.  T.l*_        ;_        J..*--. '.Xi.        t-J  r. ..'.xi i_  J.J.U   ij>    Lcin-ni^,    \. llll   min   tx   ycii.il.uu    iej  the British government presented to  him here by a score of leading Chinese student bodies, opposing a renewal of the Anglo-Japanese treaty.  Thc document says the conditions  which led to the negotiating, of the  treaty no longer exist, and declares  the danger from Russia and Germany has been removed. The United  States, it asserts, is the only power  with strength sufficient to endanger  peace, and "it is unthinkable that that  country would alter its established  policy overnight."  Canadian Beef on U. S. Market  New York.���������High prices of beef iii  New York have attracted heavy shipments of Canadian fresh beef, ^ the  Evening World says in a special article dealing with the decline, compared with the prices a week ago.  Thc arrival of these shipments from  Canada, the newspaper says, havc curtailed the practice of short shipping  to New York and making the New  York market a "price model" for thc  United States.  to make a law to. reduce your army  and execute it."  To this Dr. Simons replied: "I wish  to remind the honorable member that  there are parts of the British Empire  in which there are laws concerning  the keeping of arms by subjects which  the British empire is unable to force."  The allied demand is for immediate  destruction 12,000 cannon which the  allied commissioners in Germany unearthed, and 50,000 machine guns. The  allies hold that this is not sufficiently  rapid and express fear that the. machine guns will fall into the hands of  insurrectionists.  The military experts of both Germany and the allies began an explanation of the German plan immediately after adjournment of the conference. Immediately after the conference Premier Millerand declared  that it was most essential that the  treaty be completed and that Germany had found that accord existed.  The first evidence of this, the French  premier said, was when the allies declined to discuss disarmament in the  absence of representative German authorities. "Then when asked to fix a  date for disarmament,'* said M. Millerand, "they found the allies united  and consented to present a plan of  disarmament on a different date."  This made it possible for the conference, to go on."  The French premier added that he  had a good impression of the progress  of the conference.  About 45,000 checks will be sent  out from the auditor-general's department.  Held Responsible For Firing on Indian Crowd, and Put On  Half Pay List  Villa May Surrender  Mexican Rebel Has Signed Armistice  And Agrees to Cease Making  Trouble  El Paso, Tex.���������A despatch to the  El Paso Times from its correspondent in Torreon, Mexico, says Francisco Villa has signed an    armistice  \xx A    r> rr-f  ���������xxx-X    -u,^A  ���������**��������� 1 - ������r*     p\t-t      t-f\ t** ex  -,X\.J      \~rXX,       ~X -J-XXX-y-  garrisons or towns.  The rebel chieftain has also agreed  to surrender, under certain conditions  to be approved by Provisional President De  La Hueria.  Explosion in Powder Factory  Dijon, France.���������A violent explosion  London.���������The army council, after  having considered a report of the  Hunter investigation committee, and  a long statement submitted by. Brigadier-General R. E. H. Dyer, concerning Dyers action in ordering troops  to fire into a crowd of Indian's at  Amritzar, in thc Punjaub, upheld the  commander-in-chief in India for removing Dyer as commander in the  Punjaub and from holding any further  position in India, according to an announcement made by Winston Spencer Churchill, secretary for war, in the  house of commons. The council also  upheld the commander-in-chief in declining to grant Dyer further promotion and his reduction in pay one half.  "Dyer cannot be acquitted by any  judgment," observed Mr. Churchill.  Several hundred persons were killed when the troops fired on the Indians at Amritzar last April and many  hundreds were wounded.  Thc house of commons was greatly  excited over thc statement by Mr.  Churchill that thc army council had  agreed \\*ith the decision of the Indian  authorities, condemning General Dyer for firing on the meeting of native  at Amritzar and declaring that he  must not be  further  employed.  Vigorous protests were raised and  .cries of "shame."    Thc house is now  dealing with thc budget proposals in  the finance bill.    The chancellor has  Vnnrvnoe     ���������* rtrt ~   Xtrx ��������� r.  V    XJ.lt2t4.Xr0J,     XttrXXX      UV1 \rr  Tt    I.    1 rx....x     x\.r.L  Al   AO   XxLLLJ W LL    LLLyLL  ten persons are dead and thirty badly  injured.  ���������������... ,1.  O IU*-A.  lO xiis guns against  cent reduction in sparkling wines  to  33 1-3 percent.  OSS  Sea  New-  Wireless   Telephone   to    Join  foundland and England  St. Johns, Nfd.��������� Preparations are  being made at lhc historic Signal Hill  for establishment of communication  between Newfoundland and Great  Britain by wireless telephone. The  feat of speaking across .the Atlantic  by wireless telephone has already  been accomplished, connection having been established between London  on thc one side and Glace Bay, C.B.,  the Marconi headquarters, on thc  other. But in the present instance,  it is planned to make thc scheme  much more extensive. The real purpose of the activities of the Marconi  Company is to give a demonstration  to the old world members of the  press conference, who will shortly be  oui this way to join the Dominion-  members in Canada for a two  months' tour of that country.  Thc. object is to have the stcamot  Victorian, on which thc press men  are coming across, iu constant communication with the land on cither  side from the day thcy leave Liver-  ���������por-d \\\\ \\ir-r prrh-f in 'Malifnv, nnel  for this purpose a station is being  equipped on tlu* Ce;>ni wall cej.it,I in  England, .second at Cabot Tower,  S*;:*;n:il Mill, St. Jnhii\ rind 111** third  on  th*-  Victorian.  Shipowners and  Seamen Disagree  Clash   Occurs  in  Genoa  Convention  ���������British Sailor Predicts  Revolution  Genoa.   ���������   Representatives   of   the  seamen aad shipowners clashed at the  international     seamen's     conference,  when Cuthbert Law, representing the  British Shipowners, presented an amendment providing  that    the    eight-  hour day and 48-hour week should be  applied only when vessels are in port.  Mr. Law said: "The 48-hour week  would mean destruction -of the mercantile marine, which is the greatest  asset of the British Empire, and raise  thereon the black flag of discontent."  * A representative of the British seamen naively replied asserting that  shipowners had been the greatest exploiters and had gained millions during  thc   war.  "If you do not treat seamen as they  deserve, it is not: a question of the  black Hag, but of the red flag of  revolution," he declared. This was  applauded by  the seamen's delegates.  Press Delegates Delayed  Montreal.���������Word has been received  that thc British delegates to the Tm-  erial Press Conference, to be held at  Ottawa in August, will be three days  late in landing. The party, passengers on the Steamer Victorian, will  now -.irriv���������***' at Syelney, N.S., -nnd -not  at Halifax, as formerly planned.  News of the Provinces  SASKATCHEWAN i     Glcichcn. ��������� Hospitality  after   the  true Western flavor will bc accorded  the British press men on their Canadian tour when they reach Alberta.  Here the two special trains will be  greeted by a baud of 500 Blackfoot  Indians iu their native costumes, and  paint and feathers. After a tour of  the irrigated district, a stampede of  western frontier sports will be staged.  Typical western entertainments will  likewise await them at Calgary and  Banff.  Regina.���������What is believed to be the  most favorable crop reporj; ever issued by the Department of Agriculture was given out last week. It  comprises reports from 57 points representative of the whole province,  and every locality testifies to the  healthy state of thc crops and the  abundance of moisture.  Regina. ���������The city is considering  with the United Hotel Company, thc  erection of a new hotel to cost $500,-  000. A committee of thc Board of  Trade has approved the proposals,  and an effort is being made to raise  the necessary capital.  si    Saskatoon.��������� Thc total number of  big game animals shot under license  in, Saskatchewan in 1919 was 1,826  divided as follows:��������� Moose, 1,101;  deer,  661;   caribou, 64.  MANITOBA  Swift Current.���������Further work has  been done in connection with the proposals to irrigate a portion of southwestern Saskatchewan embracing  125,000 acres. The irrigated district  will now probably reach thc Wcy-  burn-Lcthbridge line of thc C. P. R.  and take in country north of Consul,  V id ova  and   Robsart.  Winnipeg.���������A sheaf of winter rye  just cut with the mower was brought  into thc city by a farmer from Birds-  hill. It was fully headed out and in  bloom, and measured 58 inches. This  seed was sown in October last.  ALBERTA  Brandon.���������Great interest, even surpassing that of previous years ha9  been evinced at the tour of the Better Farming Train, throughout tho  western provinces. The average  daily attendance at exhibits, demonstrations and lectures, has been in  excess oi twelve hundred.  Edmonton. ���������Showers aud general  rainfall throughout thc greater portion of thc province during the past  week has further assisted thc growth  of crops. Wheat in many localities  is ovcr 12 inches high, and timothy,  alfalfa, and garden produce arc making   excellent   progress.  Nivcrvillc.��������� J. S. Laidlaw, who is  growing hemp for thc Canadian Fibre  Products Company, incorporated v-vitri  a capital of $1,000,000, has exhibited  some fine samples of this year's production, and states that pro spec re of  a  good   crop  are  excellent.  BRITISH COLUMBIA  Canadians Honored. For Biavcry  kill    lUCllitie:'     Olie'l-efcei     1>.V     K'>     lUttlllut  London.- -1 he list ol awards of the  pusitie.ni.  iei* da!   of   the   r.i*i!i:.h   k.mpiri.*   Order,  ������>,,���������,...,-.;,>,,           ,,,'          ������!.-                I,-,,.                    .,,.-.   ...1,  ���������-  ���������*-'--���������������������������**        "���������           ���������-������������������.*,           -'���������[,     ���������������������������>'  Jm'-m   'i'-'d'H/rh' el,   i ejni,iiii:>   ihe-  names   of  with other ports occupied by the Jap-  the*     follouin;;     Canadians:     Charles  unese  thin year on  the Asiutl**  coast,  Norman    Karrl.i.v,   Eva   Grace.   Curtis  according   to   oiVi'-iai     ':���������?*.-. ieev,     f;iv--'  .".:.:   I...1!.   V-jj?-.,   *! "'.Juoid,   Reginald  Japan net. only all  -rait  \v:-*-r ten-ir  V...J.. .'. ���������;,   C.W,   :*!      'Murray,     C.-.orge  al.-i   ol"   the   Manohurian   and   Siberian  P.iter*.on,   ( hire   Sauce,   all   for   eon-  1 ,ie| \v.i V ^,     eei,.     '   .     .  >      |r, ���������      .   i..          ...,.,,  >,^,|i en r 11 .**,    i i, .* \ ���������  i >    .ei   ' .. | m' r -.i ������ ,    ,   i ,n mi  tcnniiial.  h**���������  P.   C-j::Ar  Burned at the Stake  Par?'!, '-V\n.���������**.*���������Irving nnd Herman,  negroes, aged 19 and 28 years, and  charged with having shot and killed  their landlord, J.  TT.  Hodges  nnd hin  vv "tr TT.    I * 1     -   '  ������������������>'������������������,      ' .   JriJ.ri..     .  . i   ......  .  ,     ,,...���������.      .<i *..    ..I  a i;f.il;c here by a mob.  Edmonton.���������Since the beginning of  the year Alberta government employment bureaus havc placed over 20,000  men and women in positions. Last  months, out of 6,141 applications from  men and 1,796 from women, thcy were  ���������successful In placing 5,480 men and j ti.e -alec  1,635 women.  Victoria. ��������� "Investigation will be  commcnccd immediately with a view  to establishing a steel plant in   I>iit���������  IT,        1-   .1. . .      IV. ......   I!.. , ,       .   -        ..        r .      . r.  l.r.1       y. y, 4x....xi ...,      x- L L I > . x* . . w>       ...       ..        -  ment made by the chairman of tie*  board of directors of the Canadian  Collieries, Lttl.    Hc has just returned  r, ..       r>.      .*'     r*. -���������       ... I   t   ... i    ,       ...    i  X,  *     -I   t  .0 X J   X    XX 0-  ���������   * f m,      X.   .    0^.   t *-.*t*\m~* -1���������   <x*   * A   \ *   \ i   *   *    t ���������������������������  has been  instructed by  a numb*-  steel and financial men to inves'.���������  i.t  .ointu  ���������f   tin:  pi.  Spa.-���������A. member of the Polish delegation said that Marshal Foch nnd  Pick! Marshal WII.--.un were coii:iidcr-  iiuy ilu- question of military wid for  L'olund.  W.       N.  U.      1321  rA<rrir*r ��������� The Pone Lease, com-  prising out. of thc finest pieces of  ntrrie.ultural laud In thc province, aud  containing   15,000   xirre������i   will   shortly  op  ���������*���������>������������������������������ ������|1  ���������.Telle-  tf tt Vttumi t  More.than  100 applications   have  nl-  Ya*"..-'..'V.Y**r.-   The:  -value   e.*'  li: ';,   -i:,t  were caught in I>ri'.i*-h Columbia  v,.*!  ers  during  the first  three mont: *   e,������  thc yc.tr iii.ioui.tti to 1,320,oe'io, \t.n\.\,y.  all   th?   prov:ne������*'-,   of   the     1 Vimi'iimi.  Tli!*:     ��������������� i. v/. ������i ��������� e ���������������������������������     ������y''n     itri'v/il     ���������fre.'ie      1 "-  varieties  of fish  out of a  total  of .H  y.tt    t. ...  icaeey   im  of laud will be di' poq-vl of by ballot.  titles  ... i  en  thc  Pacif.c  Coast.  *lip0m-tmmm4^tm4atmirlM m  mmmwmm 9*w1!f-Wr*fw  ���������^���������h^������wWManatUiW *J-<iii-^*eTW'WMil������l������4hi������rtgWlJMiM*^-a  -������e**TEi*etW mamWiQ*i>*tmfi*ip/l$i4  'ir.^^i-iM-'-i**!-^ THE   CBESTCS  BEVIEW  Local and Personal  Ladies' overalls, khaki color, at  S3.50.    Mawson Brothers.  Milch Cows Fob Sale���������Six registered thoroughbred Holstein cows.  Good milkers, for sale. Enquire C. O.  Rodgers, Creston.  Ice  <Uoid Drinks  1obaccos  Cigars  come to the  mn  For the next '60 days we  will sell all CHOCOLATE  BARS at FIVE CENTS.  All Tobaccos, Candy, Drinks  served in a sanitary way,  A. E, FRENCH  Manager  Bibth���������On July 21st, to Mr. and  Mrs. John Ryckman, a daughter.  Birth���������On July 25th, to Mr. and  Mrs. F. B. Loveday, a daughter.  Fob Sale���������4-year old mare, weighs  about 1050. Also re-tread tire, Ford  size.    O. Olson.  Miss Blanche Hendren spent a few  days with Nelson friends the early  part of the week.  Wanted���������-S-foot hay rake, must he  in good shape, state price. J. JH.  Webster, Creston.  Fob Sale���������Baby's reed bassinette,  good as new, also baby cutter. Enquire Review Office.  T. M. Edmondson is offering special  prices on Royal Household flour for  the nest thirty days.  Miss G. Morris of Los Angeles,  Calif., arrived last week, on a visit to  her sister, Mrs. F. E. Loveday.  Mr.  and   Mrs.   H. K. Oatway   were  Visitors with Nelson friends a couple  latter part of the week.  r\f     ri.tvrt!  VJ4- ...������. J   X.  ll.  Miss Audrey. Fart ell of Nelson is  spending her holidays with Creston  friends, a guest of Louise and Evelyn  Bevan.  Misses Merle and Margaret Reid of  Macleod, Alta., are spending part of  their summer holidays here, guests of  Mrs. S. A. Speers.  Owing to the very slirn turnout the  meeting called for Tuesday night, to  complete the organization of the  athletie association had to be adjourned to a date which will be announced  G. B. Ford of Nelson succeeds to the  post of cashier at the Imperial Bank,  made yacant by the transfer of G.  Taynton to the Nelson branch.  Watch for announcement next  week of -i series of I2-o'clock dances  which are to be given in Mercancile  Hall every Friday night, with Creston  orchestra music.  Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Playter of Blackfoot, Sask., are visitors here at present with the latter's brother, W. and  P. R. Truscott, and plan to spend the  summer in the Valley.  W. H. Trotter was a business visitor  at Yahk, the latter part of the week,  where he will likely purchase a small  holding alongside his sons, who are  going cattle ranching near Ryan.  G. Taynton, who has been on the  staff of the Imperial Bank here for  the past eight months, has been transferred to Nelson, and left for his new  post on Friday last.  A dance with Creston orchestra  music is announced for to-night in  mercantile xje.au, the proceeds of wnien  to go to the gymnasium fund of the  athletic association.  The Agricultural Association has  appropriated the night of   Saturday,  We do not compete in price  with the oedinary piano, but  we do compete in quality with  the best on the market  The WILLIS  PIANO  "CANADA'S BEST"  is a good investment for the  reason that moneXT well s^ent  i.s money saved.  Come in and let us  demonstrate these  wonderful pianos,  and player pianos.  FACTORY BRANCH  Willis Pianos, Ltd,  NELSON  ��������� 8  e-8,  us rui mv  1 second hand Chevrolet Truck  1919 Model  1 Dodge car, 1918 Model.  1 Ford car, 1913 Model.  1 McLaughlin car, 1915 Model  New Studebaker cars.  New Overland Four cars.  *������  IJezall  Uarage  CRANBROOK  Sifting; Stock  In win* har.i-.var-* line** is just, what we are doing at the present  time. Tiu- stewing pan, c-offeo pot, roller nnd other articles have  r.nrn.rie-r} .>*ir. ami w������- have placed them upon our bargain counter  Z':r ���������������������������liok sol-*.  OUR HARDWARE  :l|e/*-'  ,ll.-.-l������.  ���������"���������' >!i*ple-*?.e and   we  can  supply  everything needed  in  Id in this line at very moderate cost.  the  Hardware & Furniture Supply  M. ./. liOYI) Company Manager  IW83t*<Mol<r*  IWI-r-fc+ankB* dHi������������e  IP   mt   W   M     MXPttt Xt*?  m  iVSGRE MSLES PHH GALLON  ^���������uh.ry. f.;, ���������!!, .-'i ���������?���������;>���������.;. 7r T.;������ i'  Oct. 2nd. for a fair night dance in  Mercantile Hall, for which Creston  Orchestra will supply music.  M. Olsen, who has been holidaying  for the past month with friends at  Southern Alberta points, arrived home  on Sunday and is again back at work  as assistant at the C.P.R. depot.  The Agricultural Association are  asking for tenders for posts as well as  the necessary labor to put a 4-strand  barb wire fence around the fall fair  grounds. Tenders are to be in by  August 4th.  The trustees have been successful in  securing a teacher for Division III. of  Creston school, in Miss England of  Revelstoke. She has had about six  years teaching experience and comes  well recommended.  telegraph line in the yard here. A  steel-laying crew was also working in  the neighborhood putting new steel in  the switches and at the curves.  Fob Sale���������Sealers and Window  Plants. Apply'Mrs. Simon, section  house. Creston.  Another championship baseball  match is arranged for Sunday afternoon August 1st, when the crack  Wycliffe nine will be here for a game  with Creston. The visitors are easily  the best team in East Kootenay and a  fine contest is assumed. The local  team will be strengthened for this  occasion.  Wm. Tweedie, piano tuner for  Mason & Risch, Ltd., is paying the  Valley a business visit this week, and  those wishing to avail themselves of  his services can leave orders at the  Creston Hotel. Mr. Tweedie is a  tuner of recognized ability, and Mason  & Risch guarantee his tuning to give  satisfaction.  The sale of the W. H. Trotter three-  acre place, which adjoins the Edmondson ranch on the hill, was finally completed last week, the buyers being Mr.  and Mrs. Sweet, who arrived from  Imperial, Sask., early in the spring,  aud are at present working for VV. H.  Kemp. They get possession the first  of September. - ���������   ���������  This week will see the finish, of,ther  1920 strawberry shipping season. Apparently the excessively dry season-a  year ago, coupled with the severe  weather in December, and anything  but a favorable spring this year has  been too much  for  the plants  and a  TENDERS  WANTED  Sealed tenders will be received by  the undersigned up to Wednesday,  Aug. 4th, for the following J  140 tamarac posts, peeled, 8 feet long,  8inch top. to be delivered around  Agricultural Association grounds,  not later than Aug. 10th.  Digging holes and placing 130 posts;  holes to be 3 feet deep.  Stringing 8000 feet barb wire and  hanging three gates.  Tenders will be received for the  whole work, or for posts and fencing  separately. Lowest or any tender not  necessarily accepted. Full particulars  of S. A. Speers, F. H. Jackson, or  Geo. Johnson.  J.  LELLIOTT  PLASTERER  Plastering and Cement Finishing by the day or contract.  d-*\ -r-������ t~ r* m /-v* -r  _ i  :it ti ..-������������������>��������� i ���������  ��������� ixi  ���������y-j jxvi.x-*rx^i .  total export of about 8000 crates is the  best  that can be hoped for.    In 1919  *i,���������     tr.tii.x.x    ..w.xxxx.trS    .*.*������-    i^..,.+    io ivin  tittyj V  tKLtt^y i&.x, i. xiyy.       xvyi       .xrit^iti       ^mi,yiyi\J  crates.  FOR SALE  rimrimmtwimmim  A   pr������i'lii'*l,   'liil,   .vii!   i'"pl;ie*  win',   t.li'*   l������������*.v gravity j.*; tsoli in-   iiui-  *.'.���������'������������������. iliy   ;ii;i;ili**.l  ''eli.y  i.teks.       I'i'   ���������* i; i ii  '.ablet.   |'.,nii;   S' -In' ele- in  ryt ��������� -., .1 I i),.        \r. .,���������,,  ���������..���������,(,. j'f'illet.'        <*,������������������      if*, I ���������.*������������������( "���������      r.y'      ,,,.,,,. '  '   ll I I 'I i II 't  .'   *     e . .  ' . i . |  )��������� ', , . '       ' . . . ' ' '  i ir-iT* ���������i-i. r un' hi-!' i'.i i, 'j i !'���������'���������'  i ei'-!-' i; >   i'i I   11 > -i> i -���������,���������) y  f >:*e* .'������������������iit.-t <��������� trh'-n .  <;i..\KANTKKI). SOLI������ ON A I'IMtOVA L.  We have in stock thc HOLOPHANE NON-GLARE LENS  which nuuiLi alt ihe i'.4^u.ri:ftii:fitt- af the new Motor law  I ���������  j tf.KIKS $ HiW   H\HKttiiil-   IvllKtlljil-'  ��������� .-4MMHIM1 mm     tm)      M       MMM   Writ M     tm,  %>** MM      -mtm      M   M   iM  W MMM     i*   MMM*-* MMM  I   / ir.-o.ATr~ RrLTif. - - fuirsix/r m  The acre lot on Vancouyer Street,  to the rear of the C. G. Bennett residence, was sold last week to W. K.  Brown, at a price in the neighborhood  of $1500. It is owned by W. Cory of  Medicine Hat, Alta.  Mr. and Mrs. M. B.-Long have been  busy the past week entertaining old  friends from Pincher Creek, 'Alta.,  among their visitors being Mr. and  Mrs. P. Carnell and daughter, Mrs. E..  G. Ambrose and son, and Mrs. A. W.  Wright.  Seyeral from here were at Kitchener on Saturday night for the dance  in the new Paulson store, for the  benefit of C. La points, who recently  lost his leg in a railway accident at  that point. The proceeds of the dance  were about $270.  Piano Foil Sat,e���������Bell piano in  pretty walnut case, excellent tone.  Must be sold immediately to make  room for new stock. Will accept  $250 and giye reasonable time for  balance. Willis Pianos Ltd., 304  Baker St., Nelson.  G. Kelly with his household effects  arrived on Friday and haye taken  possession of the Andy Miller ranch,  which was. recently purchased by R.  Aldorson of Hosmer. Mr. Alderson  expects to be along to reside permanently in a couple of months.  The water on the Hats has been  falling rapidly the past week and  another week should see the meadows  pretty well clear of the wet goods.  Vehicular -communication with West  Creston was resumed on" Monday,  when E. Simmons made the trip by  team.  List, week recorded the biggest six-  days' liu-iness in the piano moving  line that II. S. McCreath has experienced in his long stay here. No  less than thirteen of these instruments  were transferred���������either te> or from  the station or moved to new locations  in town.  Anyone  having  found,  or  seen, or  pured-ii-ied. Puirr Ivii..   G,  1012, eillu'l* .1  ���������signed portrait, of Mrs. Emmeline  Paul; hurst, or a Malacca hunting crop  with Itruno  <m  si I yer mount, iH earn-  e-   t ly   :i' l.i'el    tc    e*e MlltUUIli e.*l t e' wi t ll   the-  Newion Advertising Agency, Victoria.  II.C.  I lv-*v. .1. hut Uheil-te-r of ('al<-(lon, Out.,  I Mink lieiili M-ryiiis iu lite l're>sbvirt-i*iaii  '('lno*i*h  mi   Sunday, his address at. t he  I evi'llilll/ Hl'l'Vie'e- e'li-ill i liter 'I   very   faveir-  , utile    inipreMsinii.       lie   is  enjoying   a  ' le.lid.iy    (iip    \\e*:,t    ami    will    again  neenpv I lie |iill|nl tin SlinelaVH Aug.  It   anel SI Ii.  The ('.I'. It   Iiml  iiii  extra -a-ang lien-  it iiiii|ni   < r i  11,i w, j.e.e   w eel*. <' v <i i i.i en i ��������� 11���������  lhe'    -.v.lle'l   '.ui'.    |i|    < Ye.-teill,  ML    Well    IIS  ���������������������������l! t -I*;'    ill     :*.    \    -    i.f   !,e*\v    ],*.!<���������       ill     1 lie  Farm at Boswell, B.C.. with 220  yards frontage on Kootenay Lake.  26.92 acres, 2 miles from Boswell  wharf. Twice daily boat service C.P.  R. to and from Nelson and Kcotcnav  Landing. 3-roomcd shack newly done  up���������very comfortable. Stabling for  two horses and c'ow. Large feed shed.  Laundry shack, f jicre in potatoes  and sweet corn. I acre bench in red  clover. IJ acres slashed. Indefeasible  title, subject io easement over place  for hauling logs, Price $1500 cash,  which iticludes furniture complete.  Possession ean be given in one week.  Applv tei CAPT. J. M. JEPHSON,  Boswell, B.C.  NQTirt?   OCT   npA71M*ft  Saturday, July 31  HARRY CAREY  O J~-l~xM.~m  vSee Karry Carey in a  Notice is hereby given that by Special Rule approved by the Minister of  Lands, July 7, 1920, the Association  will establish grazing periods each  ye.ir for the Crown Lands known as  the "Flats."  The said period or periods will cover  lands from which hay is actually cut  and lands upon which domestic-or  range stock are pastured.  All persons who desire to use the  Flats during the established period or  periods must apply to the Association  for permission. Applications wilt* be  endorsed by the Advisory Board as to  the qualification of the applicant, the  number of stock to be grazed, and tlie  portion of the Flats to be used, and  will be approved by the District Forester at Cranbrook who will issue permits in accordance with the Grazing  Regulations.  All persons not complying with  range regulations are liable' to forfeit  their right to range and hay land use,  CRESTON VALLKY STOCKBREEDERS ASSOCIATION.  battle royal.  WedscPv. Aug. 4  **p p sat  RAY, & FAIR  in  Be a Little Sport  When "Aunty" arrives and discovers   her   old   husband   making  love to a gay young woman,  what happens?   Come and see  for yourself.  Mutt & Jeff  Fox News  Piano Tuning  WM. TWEEDIE  Representative Piano Tuner  with Mason & Risch, Ltd.  will be in Creston for a few days.  Orders left at Creston Hotel will  be promptly attended to.  Have your piano tuned properly.  All work guaranteed by  Mason & Risch, Ltd*  Phone 41.      P.O. Box 615  NELSON, B.C.  Ladies' Wear  An interesting display of these seasonable  garments  is  .tow provided.      Quality  and   daintiness   considered-   thcy   are  p. iced exceedingly low.  House Dresses  a nice variety  J/nJl-o   TjJZ/ylefe*  r       h-*** ������������������ -n/ %s       r   f      ~pt~j +/ ���������������> ~v %~g  try * v r     yrtrr     ���������  Sim warns  assorted colors  Summer Underwear  t'tltsihisi/tfifitte os*// frmri-fifPrr'  -*\ti*ft*  Ladies * Handkerchiefs I  \  MAWSON   BROTHERS  B  Better Service General Merchants Lower Prices B  I M  I   im**  m\\\Wmmf\1l  \tmAimmm TlUfllfl tmt tXi^xS.WtlulXmmmtM tin 4*0 1IMIIH  ������������������^ai9t->rf~^^-~v9~m  b<*$^kj*?m^&v


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