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Array ?h? i  ,i-   r  I  '.  Pro*������cialUx  vary  **P*2l  Vol. XII.  CRESTON, B. C, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1920  No. 28  SB  'mmm  Lister  Watch Lister grow: On Aug. 30th,  to Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Bagshaw, aeon.  Sept. 3rd, to Mr. and Mra. A. P. Lye,  a son. Sept. 4th, to Mr. and Mrs. A.  Baggs, a daughter.  At the time of writing, the new  teacher has not ��������� arriyed for Lister  school, but will he along so that opening can take place by Thursday ox-  Friday of this week.  Lister has experienced the two extremes in climate conditions -within 48  hours* of the present week. Since  Sunday we have had it as high ae 94  in the shade as well as down to SO���������  the latter touch on Tuesday morning  catchicg the garden stuff in spots.  The recently-purchased caterpillar  engine is now on the stump-pulling  job on Jos. Bell's ranch, and will be  kept busy at this line of operation on  all the other places that have been  alloted.  T. Weaver, who recently purchased  a heavy work team from the company  is employed with it on goyernment  road making operations���������putting the  highway through Section 7 in shape  even for auto traffic.  Foreman haymaker Frampton and  his crew of about a dozen got away on  Tuesday for the scene of their* harvest  labors on Kootenay Flats, with J.  Duncan detailed to do the cooking.  They will put up feed for -65 residents  who each have from one to seven head  of stock.  Foreman carpenter Liddieoatt is  now at work, on the new A. W. Brian  residence. The structure will be  30 x 48 feet���������seyen . rooms and. bath,  and with the exception of Col. Lister's  will be the most commodious bouse in  theset-t-ienufiKit^-^-'-    ���������* ��������� P-A-l .���������/L.-;- . L-ll?^  QLabor Day was right royally celebrated by both youngsters and grownups at the school grounds. The afternoon feature was a community picnic,  the ladies' auxiliary and the School  board co-opei-ating in putting on the  affair, and at which there were races  and games of great variety and prizes  for all the winners, to say nothing of  the ice cream and the big supper.  A word of commendation is due  Messrs. Turnley, Noble and Barn-  hard who were on tbe job early putting up a number of swings, which  were kept busy all day. The eyening  feature was^ a dance, which was  largely attended.  Listerites were treated to a unique  variation in their fortnightly dance at  the schoolhouse   last week, the   new  departure being a musical and literary  programme which preceded the "hop."  The concert feature was put on under  the   direction   of   Harry Brown, the  newest   member  of  the  amusement  committee,  and   was  of" exceptional  merit.      Those    contributing    were:  Piano and violin duett, Mrs. Christian-  son and Mrs. Lister.    Song, Mr. Lang-  ston.     Violin   solo,  F. N. Thompson,  Monologue, G. Paton.    Guitar duett,  G. and H. Yewbuiy.   Song, F. Lowes  Recitation,   Mrs.  ]N. Stones.     Cornet  solo, O. May.    Violin solo, Mrs. Lister.  Recitation, F. Camm.    Step dance, J.  Duncan.    Recitation. F. N. Thompson.  There was a good crowd out for the  affair and many were the complimentary remarks as to Mr. Brown's concert  organizing ability.    Part of the proceeds were used as prize money at the  children's picnic on  Labor Day, and  the balance goes to bhe piano fund.  Delegates Banquet  ��������� Clones Conference  Then came the concert programme in whieh Mrs. Crompton  contributed a piano solo; Mrs.  r a couple of violin numbers;  Tiistf*.*  BJ&t&s*  [Crowded out last week.]  Two more  new  houses   are to be  started this week.   One of them is.for  Jas. Jory  and the other  for  A. Vv*.  Brain.  A convention consisting of one re-  The enviable reputation Creston  has for some time enjoyed both as  to hospitality audibility to fittingly entertain visiting delegations  was splendidly sustained in the  closing features ol the Kootenay-  Boundary "Women's Institute an  nual conference, which concluded  its labors here on Thursday afternoon.  On Thursday night the speakers  and delegates, along with the  Creston Institute members and  their husbands, were guests at a  banquet dinner at the Parish Hall,  and although all the available table  space in the building was utilized  still it was needful to handle the  guests in two instalments, the  dinner attracting an attendance of  at least 150.  The banquet  committee, headed  by Mrs. Geo. Cartwright, certainly  excelled themselves both in providing a spread well worthy of such  an occasion, as well as serving the  same in equally creditable fashion,  while  the table  decorations   were  certainly typical of the garden of  the  Kootenays���������thanks   in   great  liisasur-s to l^^s- 38*. Sinclair Sxsiith  who supplied a wonderful variety  of cut flowers in lavish quantities;  There were just enough   toasts to  entitle   the   affair   to  rank   as   a  banquet,   after    which    a    nicely-  balanced   programme   of   musical  and literary numbers were provided.      Mrs. liyne, who  officiated as  toastmaster, neatly   proposed   the  iioast   to   Tfoer^^^^^^  which   was  honored;  in    iJbe |-y|sjial   fashion.  &l^*e&i*t& ^^^t&iitSnd^irie with  Prise -LBSif  Omm^iSSB*m.ffSm~-  ��������� ���������  BWflflWBBWBSU  BBS  Singers: Players  Dancers  Offering a program of American   and   Hawaiian  numbers.  Vocal    and    Instrumental.  A  brilliant  assemblage   of  Enchanting Entertainers  from the Land of  Paradise.  Their  music   breathes   the  langour of the Tropics.  Adults S1.80 Children 50c.  PANOK  AI'TKU  SHOW  PEEKIN THEftiHfc  f*     I*-*- ���������* jtm.   I*******.  4*4x0,  Mm, I  N*****. titrnHH  Ark    jf**!  ���������n ������  M WM  zone representative Jos. Bell of Lister,  and convened at Cranbrook on Saturday last, with A. W. Brain in attendant as the Lister delegate.  A dance under the management of  the.Ladies' Auxiliary of theG.W,V.A.  was staged in the schoolhouse on  Saturday night. Refreshments were  served and the floor excellently handled by James Turnley.  Clarence Embree is at present busy  building a kitchen on the house of  storekeeper. Mitchell, who, it will be  remembered, bought an improved  place from Col. Lister.  Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Brain were  visitors with Cranbrook friends a few  days the fore part of the week.  The pipe line undertaking of the  Land Settlement Board, for the pur  pose of conveying water to the residents of Snake Alley, is now completed. It is about three miles long,  and one inch pipe has been used  throughout.  The meeting of Lister United Farmers which was called for August 7th  had to be postponed owing to thc sudden call for fire-lighters, was held on  August 27th. Eighteen members  were present. Tho minutes of thc inauguration and special meeting were  adopted as read. Secretary Stones reported on the formation of district  local, and meeting of representatives  of the Cre-Bton Board of Trade and  heads of available locals with Hon. E.  D. Barrow to discuss irrigation. President McGee explained and advocaVed  tho formation of a district organization hy uniting with tho othor locals  in the Valley. Alter discission it was  decided to call a special meeting for  August 81st to elect members to represent this local at the district organization Mr. McGee in u tihoi I addi-is-**^  touched on the value of fruit lands in  Washington, mentioned by the minister of agriculture, and leeinpei* ed them  with Lliobe* ol win. v.tlli-y. 'xiu*. an  ���������pn-'^ion If ft was Unit. lYesieleiitMcGee  in iiii o**'.t;:;::-.:t alright.  the toast to Our" Guests," to  which Mrs. (Dr.) McLean of Nakusp. replied in felicitous terms,  whil# the final toast was to 4 Our  Entertainers," which Mrs. Chalmers of Thrums proposed, and the  response was by Mrs. G. Cartwright.  Mrs. Downs a solo, to ber own ac  companiment; and vocal solrs by  Mrs. D. C. MacKenzie and Capt.  Crompton. Mrs. (Dr.) McGregor  of Penticton favored with a couple  of recitations that were loudly ap  plauded. During supper and  throughout the evening Mrs. Foreman (piano) and Mrs. Lister  (violin), were unstinted with their  orchestra numbers which added  much to the pleasure of the evening. The affair closed with a  very hearty rendering of Auld  Lang Syne.  Oh Friday morning autos in  abundance were provided for a  couple of hours motor drive over  the Valley, during which the visitors were shown the Flats to the fer  ry, with a run to Wynndel for  some, while others chose the Can-  yon-jErieksoii trip. Lunch was  served at the Parish Hall at the  conclusion of the trip and the local  institute members were out en  masse to bid the visitors godspeed  at both the east and westbound  trains.  Those who are conversant with  these annual conferences all agree  that the  Creston   convention  was  just a little more successful and all-  round  enjoyable  than  any of  its  predecessors and will look forward  with pleasure to the  next annual  get'together here.     While the success of the affair is in some measure  due   to  the  splendid |co-operative  effort of practically all the members  special mention is due Mrs. Lyne,  the local  president, who had   the  general  supervision  of the  whole  affair; Mrs. Cook, who handled the  billeting of,the half bi-^recl visitors without the.  18SA-���������Tatting. 1st. $1.50; 2nd, $1.  188b���������Home made house dress in  cotton.   1st, $3; 2nd, $2,  The above items are missing from  the printed prize list of Creston fall  fair, though they -appeared in the  needlework list for the fair as published in the Reyiew a few months ago.  The ladies will enter these in Class 12,  usincr the Section numbers as aboye.  Sss-ds&r  where: Mrs. G. Cartwri,  whose  ���������y-X~*~'W-jtXttiMtx  .~X^J4f-J4%~4~. ~-*y  A   -m-rS-t  *0xxm -%-- m-xtrx  A'^m.-.x.-tmdXM.-.xxj'*-.  (*  i  it'owei-s ln-in^infr in armies  not marked and graded according to tiie irriiii. Marks At,!,  vill In,  prosecuted   same day  in-inlev.' are insneeled.  Wis,  I  Harry Hughes, Roy Proctor and  Jock McDiarnud got away on Saturday on a fishing and hunting trip.  They seem to be having some luck  with the fish, but so far no game has  been shipped in by them.  Principal and Mrs. Brewis got back  on Sunday from Regina, Sask., where  they have been since the middle of  August. The first few weeks of their  vacation was spent at Victoria, at the  summer school.  Mr. and Mrs. Ike Lewis were Sirdar  visitors the latter part of the week.  Ike expects to put up his usual quantity of hay this year, and will commence cutting this week.  Rov. J. S. Mahood was here on Sunday fox-* English Church seryice at the  schoolhouse, bnt the turnout was  smaller than usual.  Mrs. Bert Ross, a former resident of  Sirdar, now at Cranbrook. passed  through on Friday, to Now Westminster, in company with her daughter, who will attend school in that  city.  Mrs. II. Hughes is back from Cranbrook. where she had been with her  son. J'tiiialu. wiiu iiueWwuuL <* i.KuIic;*.!  operation while in the divisional city.  Road foreman J. D. Moore of Kaslo,  wiih hern at the end of tlie week, inspecting operations on the Hirdar-  ItuNkanook road. Any likely looking  road makers can find a couple of  .���������.���������w.-r*.*) ���������)>--' "toiuly work on thin lob.  Victor and Jack Grundy, who have  been holidaying with their mother at  the C.P.R. Hotel, left at the end of  the week to attend school at Creitton  ilnil     lit ,1 4t*4.4tlS Alf������* (���������,.ll.t<V,l|l*T,.1<lf  ........     .........   .....     .x.x...,    .  ....|..   L.xi   .  .   . J   .  Minn Barnes, who haa been a visitor  here for Home time with Mra. White-  ,*;.l������*.i-    it.   *���������<���������! nolitio*    Huh   wei-le*    In   (\>lr-  lnan, Alta.  IlieiUij,' the al'f.i-nee oj !!. Sjii'-rh'"' on  liia hunting trip, llann Huge in in full  charge at the Hotel Sirdar.  banquet effort certainly did herself and her assistants proud; Mrs.  J. W, Hamilton, who was equal to  every emergency both as secretary  and head of the programme committee; and Mrs. D. C. MacKenzie,  who as head of the decoration committee, saw to it that that feature  of the conclave was artistically  accomplished. A report of Thursday's sessions is on page 4.  Mr. and Mrs. B. Butterfield left on  Friday for a short holiday at various  points along the lake.  Mr. and Mrs. E. Uri were hosts at a  yery pleasant housewarming at their  new home on Saturday night.    Eyery-  body was present and a real enjoyable  time was spent by all.    Dancing was  the most popular amusement, and for  the first time on record Wynndelites  daneed on a verandah and thoroughly  enjoyed the novelty.     A tasty supper  was served after which dancing continued until about 2 a.m.     Everybody  joins in  extending Mr. and Mrs. Uri  best wishes for long life and happiness  in their new home.  4.  Matt. Hagen and crew put the finishing touches on the new flats hay  road on Wednesday.  "ay   cutting   IS   St&Fuing    uueS    n'SEa  and all the talk these days has mostly  to do with haying -machinery.  Wynndei Box Factory had a close  call from going up in smoke on Monday when some sparks started a blaze  in some shavings, and the flames had  got a hold on the ..roof about the time  they -were noticed. Luckily it was  early in the evening with plenty of  volunteer help available and the fire  was speedily extinguished.  *. ?iiifls**"iennifr';%e&,ftger of Creston-  spent a few days here last week, Che  guest of Mrs. A. Cameron.  Mr. and Mrf. E.Uri moved into their  new house on Saturday last. Mrs. 7..  TJt-i returned on Saturday from a visit  to Burton City.  Mr. Stark, representing the A. Macdonald Co., Nelson, was here on a  business visit, Tuesday.  Kitchener  A box social and dance \~ arranged  for Saturday night, Sept. 11th, at the  Kitchener Hotel, the entire proceeds  of which will go to the public school  fund. Good music is being arranged  for and the best of good times guaranteed, tee cream will also be on sale.  It is hoped the ladies will be out in full  force with boxes that will be auctioned at supper time.  School re-opened on Tuesday morning with a fine attendance and Miss  Atchison, who is from Vancouver, in  charge for the term. She taught in  Saskatchewan last year, and has  splendid references.  B. Johnson, A. Pcpiigo and the  Misses Geroux were at Oreston on  Labor Day, making the trip in Billy's  Ford car.  G. A. Hunt haa completed haymaking operations for the season and will  bo starting work in a few days putting  a new top on tho bridge at Goat River  Crossing. A car of special timber for  the jeth hns jut-it arrived.  Misu Heilma Guuderuon, who about  three years ago was on the staff at the  Kitchener Hotel, spent a couple of  weeks hero lasl month with Mi**.-. IJ.  Johnson. She is now making her  home at Calgary, Alta.  ti,,. t-������������������i, fr r>oov Cits, mill ia shut  down for a few days and is getting an  overhaul preparatory lo starting on a  cut on a (jpeciai prairie mdt-i.  Dan Spiern and a couple of men are  again at, work on Llic l*. V. -\..\ iron  chimin getting things in shape tor  extensive development, we hear. Mr.  Mill in ani-lvinu: for water lic-.vn'cm on  Goat Hiyer for development purpose.---.  !**;.    Mc-None_e<*a|,     lori'inuil       lor       liie,^  I'uul;*-,!; inU-iv-.t.'s, exp-jet-i to ^ct away '  thia week for a lew wee'ctV lioluiays.  CLOSING OUT  ii  i  I have Pianos in various styles  and finishes.  New Scale Williams and the  sweet toned Ennis.  I am   selling  them   at pricos  that anyone can afford.  ENNIS PIANOS  $475 Boudoir stylo Mahogany  at ������340.  $500 Louis XV. style Mahogany, at $350.  $500  Duchess   style,   Fumed  r*n,.  .,������- Q-^r-iO  V-, .---,     x. L      ���������  NEW SCALE WILLIAMS  ������050 Louis XV. style, Mahogany, at $500.  A few Columbia Grama,  phones at bargain prices  These   instruments   must   ii.n.  $60 VARENl VIOLiN���������a  very fine toned instrument, ui $ZZQ.  On    Ui  ...      w*\nsrt.m a us  rt*\ trrwriv**  isiViZ*-i\}H  WWailttl  MM  zrrsiirjr.^^  ���������IVmjiMt. liMAm-u,  niim.iMiim.il���������ItttoHi i  ���������-----*- tiimwMwn in inwi. ii, tiriaeiiiii^aiM&g  *we*^t*^^^j'w(>iwweip-<%^M������*>wiWWH������  mmmml-mmMtmiVmmlmmWm  mmdmmmjdmtm Jm  ' $HE     REVIEW,     CBESTON,  !  f    ,0ir  ��������� BY ���������  ARCHIE P. MoKISHNIE  Breathe Deeply  Then Listen For  That Bronchia! Wheeze  Dangerous   to   Neglect    Troubles  In the Chest, Throat or  Nose at This Season  Printed    by    Special    Arrangements  with  Thos.   Allen,  Toronto, Ont. ..  ^ ��������� 3  (Continued.)  Ke sighed and gazed about him.  "Look," he said, pointing to the farther end of thc calm lake. "See  them   shadders,   down   there?"  Edna looked. All along the shore,  from the limpid depths of the lake  was mirrored a wonderful picture of  trees and rocks.  "That's about as near thc real  thing as you kin get it, I guess maybe," said the lad, "ain't it?"  "You are right," she answered, impressed by his earnestness.  He stood erect and gazed all about  him. Hc drew in the smells of the  forest in a long breath. When hc  looked at her again there was a  strange tenderness in his eyes.  "But pictures ain't all this," hc  sighed. "I guess the best painter in  the world would have to leave a lot  outen his picture."  He picked up the rifle which he  had stood against a tree, and passed  down the path leading to Lookup.  Rough, wheezy breathing >frieans  danger ahead. Every day you defer  treatment makes it harder to cure.  Don't delay. Bronchial and lung  troubles are all too frequent. Start  today with "Catarrhozone," breathe  in its pure balsamic vapor. Let its  healing fumes do for you what stomach medicine never can. Nothing so  certain as a^Catrrhozone inhaler- to  strengthen a weak throat, to rid you  of Bronchitis, to drive out catarrh,  coughs and colds. Use Catarrhozone  to prevent, to cure your winter ills.  Physicians endorse it, hospitals use it.  Thousands swear by it. Two months'  treatment, large size $1.00; smaller  sizes 25 cents and 50 cents, all dealers  or The Catarrhozone Co., Kingston,  Canada.  CHAPTER VII.  Dorkin's Preserve lay between two  great lakes on the highest part of  the Ontario Highlands, a strip of  beautiful hardwoods nine miles long  by three wide. Why Nature, ever a  whimsical mother, had seen fit to  strew these sloping uplands, which by  right of heritage belonged to the  coniferous trees, with sturdy beech,  maple' and hickory, will never be  known. Perhaps in one of her freakish moods she did it, or, it may be  that the golden trails of sunset,  stretching from far-off Old Creation  Hills, begged her for this blue-green  runway across the deeper green of  thc tamaracks, that thcy might raqe  there with the swift-footed shadows  of the twilight.  It was a glorious beautiful strip of  forest ���������shaggy-topped beeches with  gnarled old bodies interlocked branches with straight-limbed maples;  sturdy oaks whispering sibilant messages up to tall hickories. Beneath  them,   over   mosses   and   fern,   rested  day:  Pr'-.i;  mot:  Ar  k..**-^  cr< v  ev '.*-  subdued,     softened,     scented;  ������������������a:***, with life, quivering with thc  j!1.  of  eternal  evolution.  (.1  ji!-;*.  as   s:  r,i *r,j'.el :!���������:*:  sea:-. c* i  s Mtt  c poc-  nd  the  re about thc  :*.: hid'  -s the  moth-  had  =c  .' t ���������:��������� r e  d little  am!  sphisl  ics    of  (.:.-���������-.-,:-.  .i.~-,  cih  tho  *.(!     i  ���������������������������lands  ���������-.r  >:������������������('*   ���������  imbcrs,  ...   ,^  .,- ������������������.- ,i  s.     Al-  -   ��������� I,,  ��������� I'.'-re"-  ���������r-arsh-  ��������������������������� ,m**!,  -   -.     of  animals and gamebirds, until now  fear-haunted and man-hunted, came  into the retreat which Dorkin had  made for them.  There, the muskrats of the swales  found marshlands to their liking. A  few stealthy lynxes, finding the  grouse-lands growing less fruitful and  learning that the birds had moved to  the uplands, followed. The red deer  browsed among the second growth  of beech and birch, unmolested. Even those grey, gaunt prowlers, the  wolves, came suspiciously into the  kingdom only to learn that they alone  of all the wild kindred, were ostracized from the forest haven; so that,  disappointed in their desire to tear  down and destroy, they slunk away  from the hardwoods in which lurked  a deadly menace  to  their lives.  All about the border of the Preserve, Dorkin had tacked notices  which read: "This is a private Preserve. Trespassers will be punished  according to law."  The placing of these notices, as he  rightly conjectured, was at once i ;���������  sented by the more daring of the  trappers. They were torn down, only  to be replaced by fresh ones. These  went thc way of thc others. Then  Dorkin called his helper, La Peer, and  l said:���������  "These notices of ours don't seem  to have hit the popular sentiment,  Pete. What do our neighbors object  to about them, do you suppose?"  The Frenchman scratched his head.  "Dey don' lak any of 'em mooch,  I guess," he grinned, "but I t'ink dey  lak dis part here least of all." Pie  pointed to the words "according to  law," staring up from onc of thc  torn notices.  "Oh," frowned Dorkin, "thcy don't  like the law business, eh? We'll we  will fix that to suit them, Pete. I'm  glad you suggested il; it makes it  simpler  for me."  The notices Dorkin next nailed up  read: "This is a private preserve.  Trespassers  will  be  punished."  On tin* morning following the placing uf these, hc caine. across a trapper by tlu*: name of Simmons, busily  rr.*a;a"-;r.l in tearing one of thc notices  from the; tree. The man's action was  Succcdiiig  at  lcnglh   in  execute  the  order.  "Maybe you thought those last four  words were just a little joke?" said  Dorkin when the other concluded.  "Well, you've learned better. Hereafter, you and all oilier arc to leave  thosc notices alone. I guess that's  all���������so get!"  He pointed away towards  the lowlands, but the  trapper did not move,  i "Give me my gun," hc demanded.  "You don't get it," returned Dorkin.     "It's   confiscated."  "I want it," cried the trapper with  an oath, "and I'm goin' ter have it."  "Oh, are you?" Dorkin pointed to  the rifle on the moss. "Then suppose you come inside and get it?"  he  invited.  "I'm not a-comin' in there no  more," growled Simmons. "You hand  it out to me."  "Say, Sinimons," said Dorkin gently. "I want to tell you something  and you can tell the rest of your gang  if you like. It will maybe save trouble and some sore feelings. What  I've just done to you I'll do to any  man I find snooping around my  grounds. This Preserve is mine, and  I can do wha't I choose with it. I  don't molest you fellows and I won't  be molested by any of you. Now that  goes! And see here!" He turned,  and picking up the rifle, handed it to  the humiliated trapper. "I give you  back your gun, this time, because I  know you didn't molest my property  of j'our own free will. I know somebody else is behind you, and I think  you ought to tell me who it is."  (To bc  Continued.)  When Children Wage War  Saskatchewan school children have  since spring destroyed more than  2,000 gophers and saved, probably a  million bushels of grain. This is thc  result of an energetic campaign instituted and carried out by the Saskatchewan provincial government  with the co-operation of the municipalities and individual school districts  in the province.  Canada \s second    to    thc    United  States in  motor car production.  Farm Sells for High Price  A 480-acre farm two miles east of  Carman, McDonald district, Manitoba, lias recently been sold for $60,000  or $125 per acre. There are some  gr.od' buildings on the farm. The  price is one of thc highest that has  beej-a paid* in that district and indicates the upward trend in the value  of farm lands in Western Canada.  There are about 124,000,000 acres  of standing pine in the lumber sections of the southern states.  ONLY TABLETS MARKED  "BAYER"   ARE   ASPIRIN  Not Aspirin at All without the "Bayer Cross1*  hxt-xxtr <>      T^Ks'5  '  44 m.txd at   xl*        it uto  ���������  We offer $100.00 for any case of catarrh  that cannot be cure by HALL'S CATARRH  MEDICINE.  HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE is taken  internally^and acts through the Blood on the |  Mucous   Surfaces   oi   the   System.  Sold by druggists for over forty  years.  F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo Ohio.  Price 75c.    Testimonials free.  For Colds, Pain, Headache, Neuralgia, Toothache, Earache, and for  Rheumatism, Lumbago, Sciatica, Neuritis, take Aspirin marked with the  same "Bayer" or you are not taking  Aspirin at all.  Accept only "Bayer Tablets of  Aspirin"   in   an   unbroken   "Bayer5  package -which contains complete directions. Then you are getting real  Aspirin���������the genuine Aspirin prescribed by physicians for over nineteen years. Now made in-Canada.  Handy tin hoxea containing 12 (tablets cost but a few cents. Druggists  also sell larger "Bayer" package?  There is only one Aspisia���������''Bayer*"���������Tou must Bay "Bayer"  Aspirin la the trade mark (reclstered In Canada) of Bayer Manufacture of .Mono-  acetlcacidcBter of Salicyllcacld. While It la well known that Aspirin means Bayer  manufacture, to assist the public against -Imitations, ths Tablets of Bayer Company  ���������will be etampe-a with their general trades mark, tbe "Bayer Cross."  Field pests are now kept in check  by raking the rubbish in a pile, covering it with a sheet of canvas under  which is introduced a jet of lime  steam.  *.ou<-,  abb*  i'liii  (lolilicratf-.  i-i-ip'.-*(-..���������; it off Uk.* board, bc threw it  down on tbe sward; tlu*n picking up  ii':.; riflr lie' looked about him as if  in ���������������������������������������������e-an-.li of further devastation.  Dorhiu, who had r-ir-fipcd behind .1 big  '.,:. .-]., :.:??.. d '.'.nt:! the trapper was  opo-v-.ite ie> him; then reaching out,  ',)��������� i'lipijeel him b<-hin<I the nock .and  '���������hok'd  Face.Neck.Arms. Terrible  Sight. Itched And Burned.  Cuticura Heals.  ** Baby was two months old when  I noticed little pimples on her head.  They kept getting worse and spread  till her head, face, neck and arms  were one mass of eruptions, burning,  itching, and bleeding. I wad told it  was acuteeczema. I had to sew up her  arms and legs in linen. She was a  terrible sight. For one year I had  no rest night cr day.  " We got Cuticura Soap and Ointment. In less than two "weeks she  began to mend and in a few montha  she was healed." (Signed) Mra.  Boorman, 243 McDonnell St., Peter-  boro, Ont., April 19, 1919.  Stop the use of all doubtful soaps.  Oae Cuticura for all toilet purposes.  Soap ZGe, Ointment 25 and 50c.    Sold  throuuhouttheDominion. CanadianDepot:  Lyrnons, Limit-eel, St. Paul St., Montreal.  ^*������<y  CulicinraSo-apesIiiivcD without mug.  Cord or  Fabric.  Chance never drew a neat picture nor built a fair house.  In the making of Partridge Tires  nothing is left to chance���������-detail  perfection is secured by craft-  manship   scientifically   directed,  and rigid inspection insures  outstanding quality.  Partridge Tires  are  ell  that good Tires can  possibly be.  ������������������-������������������.'llMUl.tfJI-  -���������������������������J-l'-JL. iL JUT. 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WR*        llll  nan mns-umraieniai mgnij  INTERNATIONAL  LAW COURT  bKMi SSI  Viscount   Cave   Advocates   Standing  Tribunal to Interpret and  Administer thc Law  St. Louis, Mo.���������A pica for an international tribunal of justice to secure world order, freedom and peace,  was made by Viscount Cave in an  address before the convention of the  American  Bar association.  "Ii is surely time," the Viscount  said, "that all the civilized nations  should combine to set up a court of  international law. There can be no  effective international law until there  is some standing tribunal composed  of men of outstanding ability who  have, the confidence of the civilized  world and arc authorized on thc application of any nation Aggrieved to  interpret  and  administer  the  law.  "I hope that I am not too sanguine  in believing that thc foundation of  such a tribunal were well and truly  laid, on the lirst day of July last. I  am in no way concerned today with  a question which as I gather, is not  at this moment in perfect harmony���������  but 1 mean the League of Nations.  Let there be no mistake, this will  come into effect and international law  will -elucidate it."  Warning against radicalism, Viscount Cave declared revolutionary  trouble threatened England, but predicted England would "pull through."  Sir Auckland Geddes, British ambassador to thc United States, in an  address, pictured thc Bolsheviki as  enemies of Democracy. He prefaced  his address with a denial of- charges  of Congressman Britten, Illinois, that  Great Britain has appropriated approximated $87,500 to be jused in this  Expect to Make Trip From Halifax  To Vancouver in Record  Time  Ottawa. ��������� A trans-Canada flight,  half-way by sea-plane and halfway by 1  airplane, is contemplated by the Can- j  adian air board, the efforts to be next  month, according to a statement just  issued by Hon. Hugh Guthrie, chairman of the board. It is felt the work  of the board has now advanced to  such an extent that some practical  demonstration should be given of the  possibilities  of air navigation.  It is proposed to make a start from  Halifax and to Reach Vancouver, B.  C. with stops en route at Sault Ste.  Marie, Winnipeg, Calgary and other  places.        Should   wind   and  weather  R   i\\d9mUl~P  Harvesting the Wheat Crsp ! DESTRUCTION OF  OVIET ARMIES  THREATENED    COAL    STRIKE  Situation in England is Clouded With  Political and Social  Dangers  Montreal.��������� In an interview here,  Lord Beaverbrook, proprietor of the  London Daily Express, who has just  arrived here from New York, stated  that the threatened coal strike was  imcomparably the most important  question   in   England   today.  "Here we are faced with the most  conditions prove favorable, this    trip (serious crisis in the world's history."  may be made in between 40 and 50  hours including thc time of stops  Devonshire Coming West  Ottawa.���������The Duke of Devonshire,  accompanied by the duchess and other members of the vice-regal family,  will leave Ottawa about September 7  for an extended trip to the west.  This trip, it is understood, will be  similar to the onc undertaken last  year.  Rate Decision Expected  - Ottawa.���������The decision of the board  of railway commissioners in the application of Canadian railways for  increased rates will probably be  forthcoming within a week, Chief  Commissioner  Carvell has  stated.  He added that no one seriously  doubted, but that the strike would  take place, and that the situation in  England was big" with political and  social dangers. He stated that Premier Millerand's prestige had been  increased immensely by the Polish  victories and that he now dictates  the policy of thc Allies.  Want Protection  _ Against^ Harvesters  NEWS OF THE PROVINCES  MANITOBA  country    for  purposes.  democratic'   committee  Necessity of Conserving Fish  Vancouver, B. C.���������That he fully ap  preciated the necessity of conserving  the fish of the Pacific Coast by all  means possible, though he did not  favor banding thcS^dministration of  the British Columbia-fisheries ovcr to  thc provincial government there, was  the assurance which Hon. C. C. Bal-  lantync, federal minister of marine  and fisheries, gave Hon. William  Sloan, minister of mines and commerce for British Columbia, during a  conference with the fisheries minister.  Winnipeg. ��������� During the first six  months of this year 12,869 immigrants  from Europe and the United States  passed through Winnipeg on their  way west, carrying with them more | el in these han-esters and also to af-  than $6,000,000  in  cash    anel    goods j ford  protection   to   the  localities   ef  Protest Made to  Dominion Government of Travelling Conditions  of Harvesters  Cochrane,  Ont. ��������� Strong protests  have    been    made   to   the Dominion  government   by   the   local   board     ot  trade regarding the conditions under  which  harvesters  to   the  west  travel,  following the recent trouble at Kapuskasing  and   O'Brien.       The board  thinks that for "sparsely peopled districts like ours," there should be some  special   protection  provided,   and  urges  "Immediate  action  to   compel  a  complete change in the mode of trav-  Binder and Thresher Heard from One  End of the West to  The Other  Winnipeg.���������Assisted by 30,000 har-  j vestcrs from eastern Canada, the farmers of the prairie provinces are  taking off their crops. The sound of  the binder and the thresher is heard  from one end of this western country to the other, according to a report  of the Canadian National railways  dealing with conditions along their  lines.  Most points send favorable reports.  There appears to have been little  damage from hail and rust, and only  one or two points report any damage  from frost. Generally, speaking, the  weather is favorable for harvesting,  and for the ripening of late grain  crops.  Points in Manitoba report that  great progress has been made in cutting up to the end of last week, and  threshing was general. In some districts cutting was completed, in others from 15 to 50 percent of this work  was done. Ericksdale reports a large  acreage destroyed by fire. Reports  coming in show excellent to only fair.  Saskatchewan's cutting is in full  swing, and threshing has commenced  in many places, except in a few points  where rain has delayed the harvesting.  ill ���������a _ ... _ ���������.  "Ml -L-SuISj.  POLES TAKE 80,000 PRISONERS  Dealing With  Soldiers' Problems  Dealt  worth about $2,000,000.  girls; draw a  moist cloth  THROUGH HAllfc  Let "Danderine" save your  Jiair and double  its beauty  Plum Coulee, Man.���������Burglars -who  moved a small safe half a mife at  Horndean, near here, secured only  $20 for their trouble. The safe was  taken from the office of the Winkler  Lumber Company, and was blown up  half a  mile away.  SASKATCHEWAN  Regina.���������With the exception of a  few districts, there is little shortage  of harvest labor in the province, according to the provincial bureau of  labor. In thc Regina district all thc  vacancies havc been filled and there is  no shortage or congestion.  Saskatoon.���������Bishop Franz Haider,  of the Mennonilc church, was sentenced to servo thirty days in jail for  refusing to obey tbe Saskatchewan  school laws.' He would not pay a  I'rnc of $10, so tlie court ordered im-  priseinmcnt.  lected so as to obviate residents of  such localities having to take the law  into their own hands and protect  their property and lives at the point  of the gun."  Copies of the resolution have been  sent to Hon. F. B. Carvell, chairman  of the Dominion Railway Board, D.  B. Hanna, Premier Meighen and the  Hon. J. D. Reid, minister of railways.  ALBERTA  Purchase by Manitoba Farmers  Winnipeg. ��������� One of tbc most important farm land deals negotiated  for some time in Manitoba has been  concluded. Senator Aimc Bcnard aud  F. Laflcche acquired the Strathcona  farm for $150,000.  The farm, which consists of 2,500  acres all in crop, is situated at Cal-  rine, 15 miles west of Winnipeg.  Well Over A   Million    Cases  With by S. C. R.  Ottawa.��������� Some interesting details  of the work of the soldiers' civil re-  establishment department are furni-  ished in a statement just issued. The  total number of enquiries and problems dealt with and directly affecting  men under the scheme, is 1,218,472,  and this, up to the present time.  It is expected that before the bulk  of thc work is completed, which will  be about the end of the present year,  this total will run to onc million and  a half.  It is expected that before the bulk  of thc work is completed, which will  be about the end of the present year,  this total will run to one million and  a half.  The statistics show that the total  number of men who have received  medical treatment with pay and allowances is 49,369,  the  total number  Great Quantity of Guns and Ammunition Fall into Hands of  The Poles  Paris.*���������The destruction of the Bolshevik armies now may be considered  complete, according to advices received here.    Of the host which    swept  down on Warsaw, nothing is left but  30,000 fugutives.   The Poles have taken 80,000 prisoners thus far, but what  is more important they have captured  great  quantities  of  guns  and materials.  During  the   past  three   days   there  has been heavy fighting in  the marshy valleys  of   the   Narew    between  Ostrolenka and  Lomza,    where    the  Reds sought to break through in the  direction   of Bialystok.       The losses  have been heavy on both sides.    On  August 23  the  Poles  carried all  the  passages of the river.    The Prussian  frontier  as  far as  Myszyniec  is now  occupied by the Poles.    All the Red  troops west of the line of Ostrolenka-  Myszyniec have been captured.    The  exact  number  of   cannon   abandoned  is  not  yet-..-known.     Detachments   of  cavalry and infantry which    escaped  proceeded northward,  along  the line  of the lakes and marshes between the  | fortresses of Ossowiec and Grodno.  Profiting by the re-grouping of the  Polish army, the Reds again invaded  Galicia.       General   Budenny  made a  dash  for Lernberg but  has been defeated and is in flight.    Another detachment  crossed   the  Dneiper     and  occupied   Stryie.       This   detachment  sovight to destroy    the    Boryilav    oil  wells, but was driven    off    by   local  workmen.     In  the  region   of  Cholm,  a. Bolsheviki  attack was  repelled by  troops   occupied  to   the  right  of   the  Bug.  End of the C.E.F.  Will Carefully Preserve All Documents Relating to Ex-Members  Of the Army  Ottawa.���������The Canadian expeditionary  force is  no  more.  The fourteen N.C.O.'s who were  of clinical treatments is 422,235 and I employed to conclude the statistical  thc total of dental operations is 84,  576.  fT,r,S "���������'���������H-h : e t ������ ahunelane-e of  thick, heavy, invigorated hair; a perfect mass of wavy, silky hair, gloriously fluffy, bright and so easy to manage.  fust moisten a cloth with a littl'-*  "Danderinc" and carefully draw it  through your hair, taking one small  istranel at a time:; this magically remover-  ;dl dirt,  c\c(������������������:,���������; oil  and  grrn"������������������*������������������.  Calgary.-���������The Southern Alberta oil  company, which lias a *]0-barrel-a-day  well AS niili-s southwest of Calgary,  h;i> declared a dividend of 15 percent.  This is the thirel sticessive year thai  the dividend has exceeded ten percent.    Its proilueM. is used almost  ox-  | chisiv* ly   ior  trae-l<->rs.  i    Eebuoiiton.��������� Harvest leave to all  municipal employees, permanent or  temporary, in all departments, time  off to be without pay, was granted by His Worship Mayor Clarke  on his return to Kdnmuton after an  absence of five weeks.  Edmonton.���������J'ostal workers in conference here have- eleciehel dii strict  adherence io the   -]-bh������iur week.  500 on Strike Over $5 Dispute  Sydney, N. S.���������Because of a dispute  ovcr an employees time-sheet, involving a sum of about five dollars, 500  miners are on strike at Glace Bay,  and No. 9 colliery, one of thc most  important producers of thc district, is  idle.      ���������*  HEART    SO   BAD  WAS NOT $AFE TO  LEAVE HER ALONE  Unemployment in East  Hamilton, Ont.���������There is more unemployment in this city now than for  many months. Many men are coming  here from outside points seeking for  work, but without success. It is said  that there is even more female help  available than there is employment  for in offices and factories, but thc  supply of domestics is below the demand.  JiKlTISH   COLUiVlislA  ���������   Name*  Victoria.  '���������civireri-ll    \-ei*le*i*  ������������������!;u*'*el   * m   the  i,.i*i   i,..:..,,.    ,i.-,.  I t\.-,-,virii*i'il   veiiiT***'   1I--M-*-.   -.".   a   result   eif  ���������stringy or faded, but charmingly s<">ft, j the   rieeni   registration   numlie-r  AP,-  wilh glossy g.dden  gleams anel  tenth-i* , ,*���������*,-_  ,,,   .|5r,l)(|   niem*   th..n   ih.*   I"!;.I   ol  The youlbinl glints, lints anel'  Intoxicated Driver's Severe Sentence  Hamilton.���������Wilfred Perry, of Toronto, arrested on a charge of being  drunk while in charge of an automobile, was severely punished by Magistrate   Jeff*-).  He was fined $20, and sentenced to  30 days on the first count, and for  having a bottle, of liquor in his possession he was sent down for three*  months without thc option of a- fine.  work of the  army  havc  written "30"  on thc concluding page of a mass of  records covering every unit and every  man  who ever donned    a    Canadian  uniform.    Just the number of records  kept of every individual   man  would  come as a surprise to  even  thc soldier  whose records   thcy  arc.       The  militia department has  original    and  duplicates of about twenty-one army  lOi'iiis relating to every one Wiio served.    Asked what was  going    to    be  done with thc thousands of apparently useless  books and army forms, a  militia department official stated that  thcy would be carefully preserved and  locked away.  lights  color art  again  in your hair.  "Da.ut. ei,.-."    i.;    a    tonic heautifv-r.  Upsides     doubling   the  beauty   of   the  iiatr    U*    :*,;i:*:'      -.*    r\t,.,-\-.-.    A ���������> n i\ ree M    *aml  ���������Mops   falling   hair.        Get     thlii'htfiil  Danderine* lor a lew ft-nts at any eliw;  nr toile-t  e-emttl rr and  n*--* it  as  ;i elie'S-  heei)'     ueiw    iinif;"������<"������"     ....     .....i    ...������     4.*-.  beeltle'.  1919.  Victoria.   !'..   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At last I decided to resort to proprietary medicines nnd  look   several     different      kinds.     hut  : e e III- el     (ei     UielVi*.    hut     lilt'.e.    benefit  . ������ ���������** V ' i ��������� . ���������     .        ��������� t ���������  .  i     ��������� ,, I       i I :*,.���������.' . -    * . . . .i.i_,        I . I : , i i   i . , . ,       . 1 . ,  ;txlv'e-i -list-men.     of     Miiburn's     Heart  and   N'uvi.    I'ill.'.   1   elccidctl      lo      try  I hem. and before I had taken more  ilhan Iwo boxes I could see they were  !'.-.e*!i:in*." me. I ha-"-.* taken .'bout ten  [heist"-;, anel am almost cured of lliose  |i enable* '-.eirils. I ������*,it*iei>i*������'l v fee*l that  Jymii-   mnliciiii-  has   proveel  a  hie-;- ing | li(,r oj* v;,,-;l,,,;,.- -,- the* h'eival Mi'.itarv  tei nie*, and I aelvise any one* treaihle-el  |'villi   llie-ir  he-art   I ���������-.   Ivy  ih-'iti,  :���������*:   I   am  Successfully Plug G.is Well  Calgary, Alta.���������-The -.-'ns well of the  Canadian Cement company, which  has been blowing wild for five or cix  years, bas been finally plugged by of-  fii-iat-*- of th*? minim*-' lands, anel Yukon  hraneh of the Dominion government,  after efforts of noted engineers from  all over the continent hael faih*e1. Ovrr  MOTHER!  "California Syrup of Figs"  Child's Best Laxative  m  e.*.* i.111. i.  to tlie well.  Openingsi For Canadian Cadets  ... Ji.hu, N. P>.    Military hcad.iunr  j  I ers  here  repeirts  that  a-iiiiiiUu  min  ���������.:<  academy.  il net    time.  and      Ne'ive-  riii  \v*  \!  11  I.U1  ' I IIII I le   III      t III   V      Will  Miiburn's    11.ail  ' '       -   * ' ���������       -I     ll>.*-     ��������� . I      .    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Li .1 aud i.;o*,!l  harmless laxative or phy:ic for the  .'.:;\x :*': :-.-.r ",- '������������������������������������������������ -���������-'��������� *'"������������������ ���������**���������* Chit-  dien  love   iu   delicious     (runy     tar*-.to,  e*.   ii       i������;������.-������'.l ..*    i,- 0    4-\-\\,yx.    d.i-M*   ci..*  .'"   '   ,''  \       C.   t   It   ..;;!,;.::. !l'-;'.  t      You must kay "California."  frtteiBiiw^  SM^^^J/*SA4lJ''"���������;-���������"-,---:'���������,-  mfiftftfjjftfg  ya-gaas  ���������������-aw������i^^  |<-***������*!*Wil^^^  ���������-WiBIWfcnMKi^lWIW vV������M-tmm.-ttM  ���������,,.������-.        ������      -l������L*������.     V        0Lx,U,r.L,      -    f������     Kl*mJ.������.~.L.I*.   J,n       t,JJ 1        n        ������i   ���������������rt������Me*rt-.,W*t,������ ). ������������tM^JIf <������ 11^*     "tit*   -.^----Wl^*-*-^^ THE CBESTOH BEVIEW  THE CRESTON REVIEW  Issued every Friday at Creston. B.C.  Subscription : $2.50 a year in advance.  83.00 to U.S. points.  C. F. Hayes, Editor and Owner,  CRESTON, B.C.. FRIDAY, SEPT. 10  taction Featisr  Institute Closing  Thursday morning1.-*; session opened  with the singing of O Canada. Mrs.  MacLachlan then gave reports of interest for the year. During the war  the Institutes devoted their time to  Red Cross work. Since then public  health and school work had occupied  their lime. Health education is recognized by all as of greatest importance  because unless backed by educational  agencies every effort is very transitory.  In speaking of Saanich district the  results had more than justified the efforts. Miss Foreshaw had ably conducted the work and was now assisted  by three nurses, and a wonderful  amount of work had been accomplished. The Women's Institute is a great  rural organization and is constantly  adding new branches. Seven new institutes have been added this year:  Kootenay Valley, Bonnington, New  Denver, Armstrong, Langley, South  Vancouyer and Strawberry Bay.  There had been much co-operation between the Institutes and the department of education. It was not possible to get the same government allowance for a school nurse as for a  teacher. A 'community nurse is a  form of insurance. She is a defender  of children, oiganizing them for  health and good habits, and searches  out cases of incipient tuberculosis.  Reports of Institutes  Reports of different Institutes were  then called and the official delegates  reported. All branches showed progress. Rock Creek with a small mem  bership reported over $500 in funds,  $300 of which���������in addition to clothing  ���������had been sent to sufferers from  drought in Alberta. The improvement  at the park in Nelson, which had been  inaugurated by Nelson Women's Institute, came in for a good deal of comment.  Nakusp mentioned their "travelling  basket" as a money maker, and Mtb.  McLean was called upon to explain.  Tne basket is a ma-ket basket provid-  eJ with two account books and a  purse. It is started out with a pie or  a cake, the price of which is entered in  one book. The basket is then passed  to a member likely to need the contents. She puts the money in the  purse, credits it in the other book,puts  in her own contribution and passes it  on. The basket is kept constantly  travelling and is a money maker.  Mrs. McKay of Thrums then gave a  paper on Child Welfare, in which she  stated that the true wealth of a country is in the physical, moral, mental  and spiritual health of its people. Reforms in medical practice had come  about because people insist upon them  b.it the infant de.tth rate is still appal  ling���������largely due to poyerty. Any in-  elustry under unhealthy conditions is a  liability, not an a8������-*et. and should not  Mice������=-fd.  Mr. Killam. superintendent of travelling libraries, then gave an interesting talk on the extension e.f library  facilities in B.C. He s-aje] that ho  many people are fond (if destructive  oriticiftrn that they do not re-alizo how  dangeri/nfc   it   ifi.      Ontario, whieh has  Butterfield^ Son  the-best  Library Act in   America,   is  the only province  of Canada that has  a better  Library Act than  B.C., with  the exception of Alberta, which passed  a School  Library   Act in  1907.    The  other provinces have  either no public  library act or no government machinery to  carry it  out.     The B.C. act of  1919 is good but some vital   proyisions  were left out.    The guiding force is  the Public Library Commission which  acts without salary, but gets expenses  when  necessary.    The task  of   these  thtee people is  to co-operate, promote  and encourage.    He  then went on to  describe  the system of Co-Operative  Libraries outlined by Miss Stewart on  her recent, yisit.    It was the intention  of the government  to  make a larger  appropriation next year so as to carry  out,    if    possible,     the    co-operative  scheme.    He added that so far as superintendent of  travelling libraries he  and the commission were ready to giye  every help to struggling communities  that wanted  good  reading and made  application for service.  Election of Officers  The afternoon session began with the  election of a member of the advisory  board. The government delegates  were called upon to take their places  in the front row. Mrs. Chalmers, who  had presided throughout, called upon  Mrs. Fad-den to take the ch-iir. As  there were at that time only 14 members present the question was raised  whether Mrs. Fadden could, in justice  as chairman give the casting vote, as  she was a member of the advisory  board, and in that case would have a  vote over all the delegates of the Kootenay except the official ones- It was  apparent that the situation was one of  excitement for the chairman and vice-  chairman. Dr. Warnock's advice was  required several times, but finally it  was decided that Mrs. Fadden retain  the chair.  During the discussion it was made  very clear that any institute eonld  nominate a candidate and that nosec-  . J% . ....     -~ ,-. .  mt.        ~ ,...14.      rxfi  Guu-si.    tvaS ueueSaary.       < nc   r-trotnu xix  this, however, would indicate that all  delegates were primed before, and did  not grasp the fact that this ruling  practically absolved them from their  oath (?) to tjheir branches. The vote  resulted in 10 votes for Mrs. Chalmers  and 5 for Mrs. Hugh Ross; Mrs. Lyne  and Mrs. Ogilvie acting as scrutineers.  Curiously, after the regular business  had gone on for half an hour Mrs.  Mohr of Willow Point, appropos of  nothing, rose and moved that the ballots be destroyed, explaining that she  always loved to tear up papers. This  privilege was "accorded her, and no one  seemed to notice that she only destroyed the Chalmers ballots.  Mrs, Fadden  and Mrs. McGregor for  their attendance at the meeting.  A resolution from Cranbrook regarding putting that postoffice under  civil service was not considered as the'  volume of business at that point ^vould  not put it in the ciyil service class.  Resolution recommending to all institutes consideration of health nurse  and care of tubercular cases, and expressing desire to co-operate with  government in its health campaign  was carried.  The question of teaching First Aid  in the High School course was considered unnecessary in view of the fact  that provision was made by a course  in the public school curriculum.  Creston then brought forward a resolution to have a Central Provincial  Executive appointed for women's institutes. Explanation of the resolution being asked it developed that the  sponsorship of this resolution really  lay between Mrs. Watt and the Saanich Institute. As it appeared to be an  effort of coast interests to stir up  trouble between the department of  agriculture and Its loyal supporters in  Kootenay, and as it also developed  that in the event of such an executive  being secured government assistance  would no longer be proyided, it was at  once thrown out.  Other resolutions regarding enforcing laws" in cases of Mennonite and  Doukhobor school questions and establishing of hospitals for treatment  of advanced tuberculosis were carried  without opposition.  On invitation of Mrs. Clark the convention decided to meet at Crawford  Bay next year. Votes of thanks were  tendered the citizens of Creston and  Creston Valley Institute for the many  courtesies extended.  Wynndel  We have just   uperieel   up a  M*|i*Cti'U) e.f  Men's & Boys'  Underwear  Men's and Boys' Shirts  Men's and Boys* Socks  Ladies' Hosiery, &c.  <������' b i ell   u i-    t n������ i iff.* I ;li(e    it  I e*Ili|il llitf    jui' *<������������������-.  'I'll    make*    l*e.nm    fill*   e.ftii'l'   (,'e .e .'| *-,  \\f ei'Ti'i* e.iir*   W 11 < .b'  sle.e.'k   e.f  Canvas Footwear at  r-r l-*"!* *���������" d-x   mm  ~.u rur -LdCnc.  -un  I'eie'e") ,n-e> eomiiig il'.ivm.   We* are'  .III   ..*.������.������ I   ...14        li... M'l.".*f)|..Ml il*'  making a    pi i-li iiiiii.iry  itil. en   .ill  Committees Report  Mrs. Ogilvie reported on school matters, explaining that this year she had  n it been supported by her committee  as formerly. She advocated promot-  i lg games among children that developed the spirit of fair play.  Mrs. Ashby discussed child welfare;  Mrs, Quance the better housing of  children. Mrs. McGregor interpolated  the warning that instruction for the  care of children should come from authentic sources. So yei-y few people  knew how to keep a babv clean.  They invariably covered up the defects with talcum. Mra. MacLachlan  occupied ten minutes with an account  of school and health improvements in  her own district.  Resolutions  Resolutions were then brought forward by Mrs. McLean and her corn-  mil tee. Mrs. Mohr and Airs. Ashby  wen; re sponsible for one which advocated any British subject being permitted to volt- on school matters by  ������"*������������������ vine   tlu-   1'iv, i������veie-'pertive   of   land  ,,        . . . > L  qiialiiications.  A mailer rt-ganliiig honorary ini'iii*  beiHliipM disclosed information that at  ! pi'i'Nfiii. il, was   piiMsiblt*   for  a member  ; of one institute* tt) bc a member of any  1 number of institutes, and have voting  peiner   in   each.    Thin was   considered  a . iinbusinesslikt- a proceeding in view  ,.r ,,.|,,t j.. ,.,,,,������,,,,,.,,.., j,> <>, h"-*-''oci'*tif"!  that, Misu Hamilton, of Kaslo and Mrs.  M.Diii, nf i;..iinii>Kl nn, usslsted by the*  H.-ercl at*y, ueiitleel an a me'iielriMMlt  netkiiif it irret'iibir feu* a member lo  yeitt- iii any Iiul, her* linmr iii'.litute,  bnt, as ,ui hone.i/*.- y meuibt-i-, if nttite.s-  H.u v fur hii|i|iiii I nf iitbei In n nelicM, l.ti  r   ,-   il,.    f,.i-    .-       *.   .1 I :���������...        'I'l.:.*   .'  *"f iir>*i������*il n mini men mI y.  i      A  i'"etilut ie,n, ni ipn\nl\i\i/, at. ('iivvich-  ixn, i\������i >'"*'< l "'K i.ie in* i i/iei I ii (/ in seiieieiih  ; w.is -thrived eeie >et.i (n ul.i I ilig a  leeparatt*  "b.i'.l   ie|e-i,   vi'hi'-li   *,v.';i>e   lieit   ee ,n-,iell-l I'll  i n- 11 .i e.n- e 11   i 111 -i |n 11 v I en i*.    I e i *).. ie 111 |i >l ii.  en"  le-^ifi    svt-ii*   i in ii     p.u-.eei    ��������� ���������������������������^(il liilJK  1 I lie eli-������il b  e.f   M i-i . 11 |.i<"lt ive ie n|. \V i I I'll) (ill  ;;ine|   villi"'.   I'Mi'l     (|i"e*i'.i',iel    me-ii i tie'in  1  ii i.'l   f I ii-l.d  *        V. .1 i'   .  ' . f   I I ... Il U '    W'i'li*  i'V-  '   . .       . . , * . ���������        ,f  Delegates and Hostesses  Mrs. Ashby, Mrs. Humphrey, Bonnington; Miss Ida Gunn, New Denver;  with Mrs. W. H. Crawford.  Mrs. Martin, Bonnington, with Mrs.  M. McCarthy.  Mrs. Porter, Bur-ton; with Mrs. R.  Thurston.  Mrs. Clark, Mrs. Taylor, Cranbrook,  with Mrs. G. Cartwright.  Mrs. Constantine, Mrs. Fenton,  Cranbrook, with Mrs. E. Cartwright.  -x^mmxmlm *w)   *V.-w**( ���������J������- im  - *  m *-*������������������ m.   -m m~~".mjf^ 0~.~-m*-d~  Oliver, Grays   Creek,   with   Mrs. Edmondson.  Mrs. McConnell, Mrs. Ogilyie, Harrop; with Mrs. E. Botterill.  Miss Hamilton. Mrs. Whittaker,  Kaslo; with Mrs. G. Johnson.  Mrs. (Dr.) McLean, Mrs.Carruthers,  Nakusp, with Mrs. Jas. Cook.  Mrs.  Fowler,  Nakusp;   Mrs.  Mohr,  Willow  point, with  Mrs. H. Christie.  Mrs.   Brodie,    Mrs.   Pitts,    Nelson,  with Mrs. Ebbutt.  Mrs. J. J. Walker, Mrs. Bissett,  Nelson, with Mrs. S. A. Speers.  Mrs. Garland Foster, Nelson, with  Mrs. Hayes.  Mrs. Howe, Nelson, with Mrs. R. B.  Staples.  Mrs. (Rev.) Scott, New Denver; Mrs.  Quance, Robson; with Mrs. Mallandaine.  Miss R. McDiarmid, Robson, with  Mrs. Payne.  Mrs. McKay, Mrs. Sprack, Thrums,  with Mrs. McKelvey.  Mrs. Chalmers, Thrums, with Mrs.  II. Lyne.  Mrs. Then-burn, Rock Creek, with  Mrs. Vaehon.  Mrs. Hepburn, FrnityaU\ with Mrs,  Brousson.  Mrs. Fadden, Huntingdon, with  Mrs. Stocks.  Mrs. MacLachlan, Victoria; Mrs.  McGregor, Penticton; Miss Kelly,  Waldo; -Mrs. Hugh Ross, Nelson; Dr.  Isobel Arthur, Nelson; Mr. Kidman,  Crawford Bay; Mr. and Mrs. John  Keen, Kaslo; Dr. Warnock, Victoria,  at Creston Hotel.  SsBn-HomBO YtrsBSi  ���������'The wcit that was" with its picturesque lawlessneqs, its dally shoot  ing scrapes, its gaudy dance halls, its  scarlet doves and the fierce untamed  passions of its red-blooded men and  v.'oitiviu, h; depicted ir. "Sundown  Trail," Monroe Salisbury's newest  Universal h! airing vehicle, which  comes to the IV-tkin Theatre Saturday  SVpt. 1Mb.  Salisbury is seen as "Quiet" Cartm-,  an easy-going Soul lie-rm-r who goes  lei   a   wild   minmj-*  ramp   to  di'NeovfM-  blur ami that, "t he survival of the flt-  l.e'sl' iu that community is largely a  mat i er in* a i-uiek i rig^t'i'-fuigiu'.  Two spectacular incidents in the  pi eieliiei ieui an- Ihr hulling of Clyde*  i'liinm i', im*      in.ivy,    iiii,)*   a    i.epielr-,  llllli    II   II.end    let   ll.enel    Llllfl*   bill lit-   llt'-  hvi'i'ii Salisbury nnd Fillii-nn-.  I lie giKirnug gaiitty -lane*' naiiii ot  the*   rally tl.lVie  ;w e-  vividly pi et ui eel in  Il.l        ,.....!.       I    I..11.  Earn  ACCOUNT:  The complete banking facilities provided at  all our branches enable,this Bank to give  Business Accounts the care and attention they  need and dssssT-So  The Merchant and the Manufacturer will find  the services rendered by this Bank of the greatest assistance m conducting their business.  206  CRESTON BRANCH,  C. W. ALLEN,  Men-ager.  XITCHEW FRICteO-*  mi ^  The price at which we have marked  these, and this store's reputation for only  only featuring worth while goods when it  really has some special value to offer its  customers, will effect a speedy clearance  of this line.    There are just 62 sets left.  This is an exceptionally useful Carving  Set, and we feel sure you cannot buy the  same cutlery anywhere today at double  the price at least.  Creston Mercantile Company  LIMITED  HMeMM  HMMMMIMMI  -t.liiny^.l.l.niMiiwi.wJ  We are carrying a full line of Fruit  Packages of all kinds.  Haul what you require early to enable us  to keep a constant supply on hand.  Crosfon Fruit Growers Union  LIMITED  J  I  FARMERS  MAK1S your banker your rinanciai  adviser. Let him help you to  shape your affairs so that he will bo  warranted m giving you ample credit  to operate your farm efficiently. Our  aim is to assist you In every way  ������iL~x  ���������*������   4  vii.Ui.tm~.  pmrnm-m     mmmm, ^m%     *     It.   Y     A     WW     a~      ~~   V        "TX      A     %    YW >"  inn. -w\rM/\ui/\iN ������J/\ink.  it   tV  JmmJm.    m>  ieA*D-Ui>CAiriTAL       -        -        $i fi.000,000  RESERVE FUND - ~ $15,000,000  CRESTON BRANCH. C. G. Ucnnctt. Manager.  how  \  il  J!  liinminiiii ...1.1111111111 nil w<lnmHli*lH������i...in������ l4  ..       ���������f-tv.HI���������mxrS-^-Air'-"*  \-X!tll4-mxHl4~ vrtdt0t.4x*i,rittSMrt  ���������-fc...* 11        **  .Jt^wm-mdmrndtMan  .n*v I. ^V**H-������ m- -���������'tdil.L'. Jr't^x  - J  Wtllli ���������*i*VWI<wt������  -   .   - - ���������  timmif--0ii4ilxanxfi-  r.'.".'ifi.'': -i.i',v'i -^\Z^~tm.ivJ^'^Sk4^} .*ia*l."ii4'i4tlkn,:l^' .jfkt^^yj^'-.tm-'d.  imi4xtt^taatit^'M0\s*\liimsiitvnm~itmm  , mm. vf-fty-mani'tv���������i mmm-*"' "Xammmmivm mweeim v* t  mt* *~oi****WM������iiinii t ������m Hmato/mimmm0n.itm Humify***-*  ttam^vtumm.itttaitvmti ilt4iiim4^iimi0i*'r*������iiitimt0iy,mtrs-vlix*i4.s,  mtmtm'smmmtm -~~rm-m%  THE  CKESTCK   REVIEW  Loyal Orange Lodge, No. 2095  MeetsTHIRDTHURSDAY of  each month at Mercantile  Hall. Visiting brethren cordially invited.  | All hope of the smelter at Green-  hyood resuming operations is now  ibandoned. Some time ago most of  |the machinery was removed, and now  [the supply of coke that  remained on  ERIC OLSON, W.M������.hand is being shipped out.  B  pal, is this year reyerting back to having a man at the head of high school  WATER N-OTIGE  - DIVERSION AND USE  Take notice that the persons mentioned in the Schedule below, whose  address is Creston, B.C., will apply for licenses to take and use the quantities  mentioned in the Schetfulebelow-of water out of Sullivan Creek, which flows  northwesterly and drains into Grtat Riyer, about 100 yards southerly from the  C.P.R. bridge at Canyon,' B,C ' The wate������wil! be diverted from the stream at  a point at about the intake of tlie EriCksfan V*7ater Users' Community Pipe  and will be used for domestic and irrigation purposes upon the land descrihed  as mentioned in the Schedule below. This notice was posted on the ground  on the 23rd day of August, 1920/ A^cVbpy of tni.s notice and an application pursuant thereto and to the Water Act, 1914, will be filed in the office of the  Water Recorder at Nelson. Obiections to -the application may be filed with  the said Water Recorder or with the Comptroller of Water Rights, Parliament Buildings, Victoria, B.C., within thirty days after the first appearance  of this notice in a local newspaper. The date of the first publication of this  notice is August 27, 1820.  The Persons Mentioned in the Schedule below, G,A.M. YOUNG,  Applicants. Agent.  SOHJEDULSr *^  Names of the persons who have mutually agraed with one another to  form the East Creston Water Users' Community, and who will apply for licenses to take and use the quantities of water for the purposes on the lands respectively hereinafter mentioned :  Quantity of. water applied for  Domestic  Irrigation.  5 acre ft.  Name of  Applicant  .las. Adlard...    ...  H, A. Dodd   Cotteril Bros ,   Geo. Cotterill   R. A. Palfreyman        "  Gertrude Boffey   K. Andrew ..l          "  Philip Hobden Estate  E. Haskins        "  E. A. Pen������pn   J. Andrew..        "-  J. M. Craigie   W. J. Truscott   P. R. Truscott ���������_  W. V. Jackson         "  W. V. Jackson ...  A. S. Fitzgerald   J. H. W. Gobbett....:.  W. Gobbett _   G. W. Wilson   M. McLeod     (domestic only)  M. McCarthy  "  E. Haskins  ������������������  Desci-iption of  Lands.  500 gals. day... ..Lots A & E, Blk. 28. Lot 891   N.E.10 acres.Blk. 28, Lot 891   S.E. 9 acres.Blk. 28, Lot 891   Lot 1, Blks. 3 & 4, Lot 812   Lot 2. Blks. 3 &4, Lot 812   E. 13 acres, Blk. 24, Lot 891    Blk. A-22. Lot 811   Pt. Blk. 4, Lot 812   S.L. "J", Blk. 18, Lot 812  East  10 acres  Block 5, Lot 812;   East 10 acres Block 4. Lot 812   Part Blk. 13, Lot 812  ...South 20 acres Blk. 25, Lot 891   Blk. 12, Lot 891   ...Blk. 27, Lot 891  .... West 30 acres, Blk. 5, Lot 812   West 10 acres Blk. 6, Lot 891   ��������� Part Blk. 13, Lot 812   Part Blk. 13, Lot 812   Lots 1-2, Blk. 1, Lot 812  ...:.. ...... S.L. 8, Blk. 24, Lot 812   .... Lot K. Blk. 24, Lot 812  ........... Part Blk. 16, Lot 812  [Crowded out last week]  A dance in the clubhouse on Saturday night was voted by all as being  one of the best dances ever put on by  the United Farmers. The music was  local and was, as usual, of a very high  order.  Miss Toplis arrived here on Saturday to take charge of the school.  School re-opened on Monday with an  attendance   of abont   sixteen   pupils.  Mr. and Mrs.Zf. P. Brooke, Miss D.  and Messrs. D. and E. S. Butterfield  left on Saturday for a camping trip to  Sanca Creek. Mr. and Mrs. Brooke  returned on fche following Saturday.  The Bufcterfields spending the weekend at Proctor, returning home on  Monday. They all report excellent  fishing at Sanca.  Jack Penson and Ed. Dewar left on  Sunday for Spokane, where they  figure on working for a while.  Messrs. M. Wigen, Sam Moon, H.  Calvert, Don Dewar and D. J. Dewar  spent the week-end fishing at Sanca  Creek.    They report fairly good luck.  Mrs. Uri and her sister-in-law left  for the former's home at Burton City  on Monday.  Quite a party took in the big show-  in town on the first and all agree that  Manager Rodgers is very good at pick,  ing out the real good pictures.    ��������� s  faui Hagen ariu son rowed down to  Sanca Creek last week for some fishing. Owing to the very rough  weather on the lake was unable to  return home until last Sunday.  By the reqnisiterovo-thirds majority  of those yoting���������and six to spare���������  Cranbrook city council has been  authorized to buy the privately-owned  electric light plant in that town, at a  cost of about $60,000.  Rossland school board has been  refused the use of the old armourv in  that town for a gymnasium, fche  militia department stating that ifc  would shortly require the building fco  accommodate a sqiiad of cavalry that  will be stationed in thafc town.  The new 220 h.p. engine ib now  working at the Penticton light aud  power plant, and as a resulfc the town  has an electric service night and  morning. When the old engine is  given an oyerhauling and put back to  work the' town  will haye electricity  Hh-st anel "isrhfc.  The Free Press commends the plan  of W. R. Wilson for building two  swimming pools near the golf links at  Fernie. The town would very much  appreciate this healthful and neces  sary convedience, though it is hoped  the Saturday night rush will be so  regulated as to give no cause for general complaint.  Fernie golf club now has a membership of 70, and the club is only two  years old-  The co-operative store recently  started at Penticton claims to be  already doing a business of better  than $5000 a month.  Rossland council at its last session  refused to issue a licens to a Chinaman  to operate a poolroom which the chink  had recedtly purchased.  JUST ARRIVED  00 Smokeless,  Waterproof,  itro-oiub Shells.  Buy your  Requirements while we have  Complete Range in size of shot.  o  J~z\\%m.*%   -^^j^    _jgjj juj JDfc*.  GENERAL MERCHANT      :      CRESTON  amm  utmatattutoaatutamstamimiismii  muammmmstatetttmmmtmmaaamtti  BLJ.I wVJB H IL~i jjLJi H R ������l ILaI  or  ^���������^^^ ^^      tm\  a-m*\f    \^mf   ^mm    ^^   ^mr^^am\ P***(      i^H   1i~mJ^^~-m  ! nAimi ur  I  I  ������SP~  We can  supply  Portland  Cement  Lime  Brick  Shingles  Lath  N   *��������� *��������� irv* r**av������  intl  [Crowded out last week.]  Just* afc present fche outlook for fche  early-season hunting is not promising  in this section. Grouse are reported  scarce  and  as vet miehtv few ducks  0C x.  are in  evidence.     To-morrow  is the  opening of the shooting season.  Mrs. Jones of Kuskanook was here  on Monday en route to Creston and  reports troll fishing at that point the  best this season "that it has been for  some years back.  Rey. J. S. Mahood- will be here on  Sunday night for the usual Church of  England seryice ab fche schoolhouse.  Principal Brewis and wife will be  back in a few days to resume their  iesidenee here. School re-opens for  the fall term on Tuesday.  Mr. and Mrs, Perine of St. Jose,  Calif., came in on Thursday last and  are at Kuskanook on a visit with her  cousin, Mrs. Jones.  A couple of road crews of about  fifteen men each are banging away at  the construction of the Sirdar-Kuska-  nook road, one of them being at the  rock work beyond Sirdar. Suitable  labor is still too scarce to put in a  third crew���������at the  Kuskanook   end.  Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Loasby got back  on Friday from a four-weeks' holiday  trip, during which they visited friends  at Vancouver, Seattle, Tacoma and  some other coast points.  The sale of a quarter section of land  at Twin Bays is reported this week,  Mrs. Jones of Kuskanook being the  buyer, who will utilize it for a grazing  area for the present.  In connection with the recent drive  for funds in connection with the Forward Movement of the Anglican  Church, in which a matter oT $-15 was  raised locally by Mrs. North, who  handled the canyss, the following is a  complete list of the contributors:  Mrs. W. Tonhey $5, Mrs. Brewis $2,  Mrs. Jones $4; Messt-H. Loasby, Morris,  Whiteside, McDiarmid, North; $5  each; R. Proctor ,$3; S. Bysouth .$2; R.  McMasteiH, Sid McCabe. E. McCabo  nnel Mr. T^ewMlcy $1 oi-w-h.  To   Lottie   Mead of Creston,  British Columbia- Administratrix of the estate of Mary  Moran,   Deceased,   and all  others whom it may concern:  Under and by virtue of the powers  contained in the two certain mortgages which will be produced afc the  time of sale there will be offered for  sale by public auction by William Cutler afc the Court House, in the City"of  Nelson, Province of British Columbia,  at the hour of 11 o'clock in the forenoon, on Mondy, the 27th day of September, A.D. 1920.  On the following property, namely:  Lots One (1), Two (2), Three (3). Four  (4), Fiye (5). and Six (6), Block Twenty  (20), Town of Creston, Map Six Hundred and Ninety-three (693), Kootenay  District, British Columbia, ifc a building known as fche Creston Hotel  For  terms and   conditions   of   sale  ...-vOi. t-r\ M/iaci.o    Hamllfnn  Jir. -XSJfntrarf*  VX^l^j.jl      t,xr    x.mx.Zlxrx ~,    ��������� xx ��������� . - xl x. ..     ���������.       ..   .���������r,r,'-i  Solicitors   for    the   Nelson   Brewing  Company, Limited.  Dated the 25th day of August, A,D.  1920.  HAMILTON & WRAGGE,  Solicitors for the Nelson Brewing  Co., Ltd.  NOTICE  NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that  all persons holding Crown Lands orr  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 substantial proportion of such amount, which must at  least cover the full interest due fco date  together with evidence thafc all taxes,  whether Municipal or Provincial, haye  been p'aid, failing which the agreements for sale will be cancelled, as provided by Section 70 of the "Land Act,"  Chapter 129, Revised Statutes of 1911.  G. R. NADEN,  Deputy Minister of Lands.  Department of Lands,  Victoria, B.C., April 1st, 1920.  NEWS OF KOOTENAYS  all sixes  '���������TJUloK.  m  mmm  r4% tl m  P*   i- *m M m.   I~<  till?  I    ffm  mm   mmm   mm   mm   0.0,0, R  m mm\ii\m   i  LIMITED  ~  0A*  Fernie has now two three-inch gunn  for war memorial decorative omneiHi-M.  and for the prenent they are tlt.coral-  ing the city hall groundn.  Th;* snlnci-M wos-kh.g fo;* tl*,;* &-,-,���������,.  Holidated Company at Rn-sHland are to  ask the company t.o run ith own Nlnre  feu* thoil* he-lie-flt. ill that (own.  In   the  cold dip  the  latter part of  A iii'iik).    Mn*    eillli-inl     I Iii-iiiiiioii'l it   nl.  Cranbrook    regintored    within    three  eer),n.e.i tu   liel.n. tilt ���������* <i������������*. uce'.l.-iieill.  Ueif,nlan<l, which for a couple of  yearn ban had lady high i-ehool princi-  Is there any  in  House?  This is the first question that presents itself  s-r- t\ivrx "**���������-'���������o,"S'Swi.������s im S-H.  unexpected visitor drops  in for a meal. But why  worry ?  Shamrock Brand  Hams and Bacon  Finest  Quality  Cooked Han-  Lunch Meat  Bologna, ������lc.  are always to be had  here. In meats nothing  quite equals 'Shamrock'  products.  & CO., Ltd.  irnii Ad Amendments  yZP*  NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that  in accordance with an Amendment to  fche "Townsite Proportionate Allotment Act" passed at the last session of  the Legislature any person holding an  agreement for sale from the Crown in  ivspect'to the pui-chaso 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  allot ���������ment. of such land in consideration  ot the- limine-.-: already paid, must tile  application in that respect on or Iwfore  the 1st day of -September, 1920, on  which date the pi-ivilep-e of obtaining a  proportion-ite> allotment, will cease and  any person in arrears ot payment  under an agreement, for uale au aforesaid failing to make application as  "������������������.thv.ih.Led v.':U tliereitftur- he i!eb**..:e'.l ���������  from taking advantage of Htieh privilege, and will be subject to the fulfil-1  ment. of the tevmv of the- *'nl" anel tho"  proyiMioiiM of the "Laud Act" govrrn ,  mg overdue purchase money, in con- '  neetion with which special attention is  i leu un I i ���������   I lie*   liiil in-   imii.Milini'   in   (lie-  i-iirre-iil. i.s.-aio of this paper. *  <!!*.'<>. U. NTA!������KN,  Di'pulj   Miiii.sl.ci' eif Lund-*.  De ju.it iiii-iit, of I.anils,  Victoria,   H.<\, May .".ih, 1920.  reduced to *fS an acre; second-class to  -fs.bO 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  witfc joint residence, but each making  necessary improvements on respective  elaiSBs. ^  _ Pre-eniptors 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 -110.00 per acre, including 5 acres  cleared and cultivated, and residence  of at least 2 -years are required, fe  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 be leased as homesltes:  title to be obtained after fulfilling residential and improvement conditions.  Por grazing and Industrial purpos-es  areas exceeding 640 acres may bo  leased by ono person or company.  Mill, fnctory or Industrial sites on  timber land not exceeding 40 acres  may bo purchased; conditions include  payment of stumpago.  Natural hay meadows Inaccessible  by existing roads may be purchosod  conditional upon construction of a road  to them. Rebate of one-half of cost of  road, not exceeding half of purchase  price, is mado.  PRE-EMPTORS' FREE GRANTS  ������ ACT.  The noono of this Act io enlarged to  Include an persons Joining and serving with His Majesty's Forcos. The.  time within which tho heirs or dovisbea  of tx dcce.ined pro-ompto;- may apply  for title under this Act lu extended  from for ono year from tho death of  puch person, ns formerly, until ono  year after tho conclusion of tho present  war. This privilege ia also mado re-  troncttvo. m.  No fees relating to pre-emptions ure  duo pr payable by ooldloro on preemptions recorded nftor Juno 20. ioig  Taxes nro remitted for live yearn      *  Provision for return or moneys accrued, duo and been paid since August  ���������I. 1914, on account of paymonm. feea  or taxon on soldiers' pro-em.uionn.  AiUviuiiL on uKr-uunuMits to purchase  V.Hn.������������ c,ty ,oto h0,d by '"embers of  Allied l'orccd, or du|i������nduntH, acquired  direct or Indirect, remitted from enlistment to March 31. 1920.  SUD-PUnCHASERft   OP   CROWN  4, LANUtt.  Provision made for issuance of  Crown grants to sub-purchasers of  Crown lUind'i, acquiring rights from  pniM-hn-iern who fnih-A to eamultiio  purchase, Involving for-r-������lttiro nr. f..i.  uumcus, oi cjuuiuuuo oi purcU.uio, inter-not and taxes. Where iMib-purt-lmn-  **rti do not claim whole of oritfln.il pur-  oel, purchaae price due and taxes mav  hit      /ll..������rIVi,j������������7������      0.TC~r.., r~...   ,x'a '  whole   ~x-~~Z      Aiiii)  mad* by May l, 1020.  rn-. ~-.~. x.x,tjx-xt.._ utui  AppllcAtlonu   muni   be  anAX.NQ.  C.-p!:;'.   Act     1510.   to.      ,.y������ulutttic  aeveolopment of llventoclc 1 ml mi try ������>ro-  \Uix-u -for Kru-tiiiK  iHi.trictH  und'rungo  admlnlutrntlon    under   CoinmiKHloncr  AliliVi.il   Ki.alm:    k.< i milt.   I  on mimiie-ree mm;  lluhe'el       e������uiie*|.|.  T<n.-.   A-���������������������������-���������".���������>'��������� ���������  :���������*.���������**������������������*:     ���������'���������Y***-. it :  lll-et      H.-...../1  ������������������������; priority re,r oMul--  :M>.<*)c-e.\vii<*rn     rnny  ...   I.,...j        .  I  .   t  ,      4n.������  il.Ui.  Tor tueltWim,  caimn rm or   truv-MU-ri.    uu  tn.  t*en   1n>������it. 'dm.  ati&*'mmtim'i*f*i0f4miiMi1v ititauat fmim*iiu/trta< HfStfV^titt mt'H P^'I'rtli'tt'H'tMW-Mnl'j  ^     ..   * .. .0&m     . *m m -.mm.im m.xm0m.m000~000m0 xmmmmmm,Um,mi^nn^^m,n9t,,li,MtHir^  ��������� -' .**������*W������M-^ J&ETPXEW,     CRESTOK.    B.     tt  Uf  >  ISD  ��������� BY ���������  ARCHIE P. McKISHNIE  %~  Printed    by    Special    Arrange  menls   with   Thos.   Allen,  Toronto, Ont.  I ui-cai  t mug Jj*y���������r  For Chronic Catarrh!  Gets   Away   From   the    Mcdicins  Habit,  Cures by Novel  Method  j|"Are you going down to Mr. Washburn's?"   she   inquired.  "Why, yes, I be," answered Dannie. "Dorkin, hc allers looks fer me  to conic down Wednesdays and get  his letters an' newspapers. Don't  know Dorkin, do you?" hc asked, his  eyes on  Edna's face.  ,,r...    ., ,. . i     ''No," she replied, her checks glow-  VVith the many remedies you have   .       ((,       T , ' ���������  tried you surely know that no liquid, in������'    but I hoPc to. soon-  medicine   can    cure   your    throat   or'j     "Sure!"     he     exclaimed     heartily.  J nose.     Even a gargle only bathes thc [ "Well, you'll - find him jest what ev-  j entrance of the throat���������it can't really j erybody says^he  is, 'same  man."'  German Air Trip Round the World  A non-stop dirigible flight around  the world will bc attempted by thc  Zeppelin Dirigible Balloon builders in  Germany within thc next twelve  months, according to a statement in  New York by Major Charles j. Glid-  den, an official of thc aero club of  America.  Although the total catch of sea fish  in Canada in the month of June was  22,104 cwts. less than in June, 1919,  its total value was $576,518 greater.  The total value of the June catch a*  the points of landing was $3,586,776  as against $3,019,250 in the same  month last year.  " (Continued.)  "Way he came to get that preserve  is this. Jest about thc time he was  able to get up an' about a Icetle, he  tished an old man by the name of  McGregor from thc Flat Rapids. It  was a mighty plucky rescue, too, an'  McGregor allers felt he'd like to even  things up with Dorkin. So here is  what hc does:���������  "Mac had got hold of about a  thousand   acres   of   hardwood   timber  JIJ ' get  inside,  nor  can   it   reach   the   in  ���������^r   i flamed bronchial tubes  The lads eyes had fastened them-  With Catrrhozonc* it's so different J selves questioningly on the portfolio  from medicine-taking ���������- you simply jJ beneath the girl's arm. Understand-  breathc  its   healing  vapor,  inhale  its   ��������� i       i -4 <���������    ,i i ,  -4.  !���������,������������������,*    f,,.,,^      i*i ,   mg, she drew it forth and opened it,  balsamic tumes, which carry cure and    ,. . . ���������  relief to the minutest air cells in the  lungs, nose, throat, and bronchial  tubes. :  In tb is scientific way thc soreness  and inflammation is rapidly allayed, i  relaxed cords are toned up, the en- i  tire mucous membrane invigorated.  Every trace of catarrh disappears, the  disagreeable dropping of mucous in  the throat, hawking, spitting and  stopped-up nostrils ��������� all these sure  r x* x ������ i signs   of   catarrh   and   bronchitis   are  from the government, some way, an     pcrmancntly  cured  by  Catarrhozone.  after lookm' it over had come to the   Large  outfit lasts two months, costs  conclusion   that  it  wouldn't  pay  him j $1.00;   small  size   50   cents,  trial   size  very big to tote it across to his mills,   25 cents- at dealers everywhere,  here.     He  did  think  somethin'  about  putting up a 'portable' up in the tim-  m '**  ber, but there agin' he was up against  getting the lumber down. So, bein'  a Scotchman, an' canny like, he suggests to Dorkin that he buy that strip  at jest ahout one half what it had  cost him. Dorkin buys it, more I do  believe to accommodate old Mac than  anything else��������� an' here's the funny  part of it. When he got real strong  agin', an' able to get around, he took  to ros-niin' through the woods, an'  sometimes hc would come in with  the greatest stories of what he had  seen the wild animals an' birds doin'.  lie-used to make us laugh with his  descriptions, an' onc night as him and  me sat here on the porch smokin' he  says:���������  -he  allers  called  me  'Pop,'  of the morning. A flock of wild  ducks were feeding out on the lake,  splashing, diving, swimming in and  out and marking strange patterns of  brown and black on the limpid foreground  of  water.  displaying to his astonished gaze a  woodland picture which she had pain-  j ted a -year ago.  ,"Did you make that?" he asked  ' ; wonderingly.  "Yes"," she answered, glad of the  true praise she saw mirrored in his  eyes.  "An' you intend puttin' down some  of these trees an' hills an' lakes, that-  a-day?" he asked eagerly.  "Yes. This is called a painting,"  she explained; "and the one who puts  it down, as you say, i.s called a paint-  (To be  Continued.)  St. Isidore, P. Q. Aug. 18, 1894.  r.,1 xn  r���������i*i���������       i 4i 4*1    4     4i      i  1     i -*vn i ui r a s .Liniment lo., Limuea.  Edna followed the path to the lake.        Gentlemen,-I have frequently used  and started  skirting its   clear-fringed   MINARD'S    LINIMENT   and   also  [shore.     She was still  thinking of  the * prescribe   it   for   my  patients   always  man who had made the gallant fight   with thr* most gratifying results, and  " Top/*  I consider it the best all-round liniment  extant.  Yours  truly,  DR.  JOS. AUG.  SIROIS.  Why is thc average man more polite to people he never expects to see  again-than to thosc whose good opin-  ���������'Pop,' says he, "I'm goin' in to rear-  in'  birds  an'  animals.'  "I looked at him sharp, thinkin'  this was a sign that the old cravin'  was comin' back on him, but his eyes  were bright an' his skin clear as a  bell.  " 'I'm goin' to stake off my limit an'  put up "No Trespassin'" signs,' he  says, 'an' afore long I'll have a little  kingdom brim full of wild things.  "You'll have a big carcas brimful of  bullet?, more likely,' says I, thinkin'  of Dalton an' them other outlaw trappers. 'What do you suppose old Daddy Farney an' the others will do to  you if you put up "kcej) off" signs?'  "Why' I've talked it over with Daddy Farney, an' lie thinks it's a good  scheme:,' he answers. 'Anyway, I'm  goin' to try it.'  V:\  Washburn  k'.u.  y.;ii  ���������Mr r  ���������ghed quietly.  '. try it.    That was five  I   will  say  Dorkin   has  :-~  i:p  thar in his  Prej-  :'::*.'*.-: ewbins  you  ever  ���������?.'   ���������.:���������.:'���������?���������?.:���������.'.<���������why,   they  ������������������...:*;'!.       A   Frenchman  ..::'   i.i-      v. i:'i*.     Marie,  ���������.'..'.:���������'*.     1 I:.'*  man looks  against a weakness and had won,  when, half an hour later, she turned  a bend in thc path and came, face to  face with a tall, thin young man,  whose lean face mirrored the furtivc-  ness of the forest. They stood for  a moment gazing at each other, then  Edna flashed him a smile.  "I beg your pardon,"     she    spoke,  "But are you Tommie Washburn, thc j jon *.s  AVOrth  cultivating?  Temagami Ranger?" " j   The boy shook his head. "Aly  name's Farney," hc informed her;  "our trappin' grounds lay away up  yonder." He jerked his thumb over  his shoulder towards thc grey-blue  sweep of the hardwood Highlands,  miles distant. "What might your  name be?" hc asked.  "Edna Marsh," she answered, amused at the directness of thc question.  "You're a pretty gal," hc said  grave.    "You've got damn nice eyes."  Edna colored and laughed an embarrassed 'little laugh. "Your name  is Dannie, isn't it?" she inquired, ignoring the unconventional compliment. "Mr. Washburn was speaking  of you only  this morning."  Fie nodded. "Some calls me Dannie, and some Satan, Miss. What  'does Satan mean, d'ye know?" he  asked with  sudden  directness.  "Why,"  said   Edna  hesitatingly,  "il  ���������the   fact  is  it  isn't  a  nice*  name   to  call anybody.    It's another name  for  the.*  Devil,  you  see.''  ;     "Oh!"  a  flicker of  a  smile  flashed  i across   the  grave   face.     "I've    allers  ��������� sorter   hankered   to   know   what,   th-  The Soap  to  to  Let Cuticura be  your   beauty  doctor, one that  really   does  come thine to  purify   and  beautify your  hair and stein.  Bathe with  Cuticura   Soap  and hot water  to cleanse thc pores. Tf oigna of redness,  roeahness or eruptions are present, or dandruff on ncalp. touch gently with Cuticura  Ointment before bathinc or shampooino*.  For every purpose of tlie toilet, bath and  nursery Cuticura Soap and Ointment are  ideal.   Absolutely nothing: better.  Scap 25c, Ointment 25 and f-Oc.   Sold  throutdiouUht'Dominion. CanadinnDepot;  Lymnna. Limited, St. Paul St., Montreal.  jlJ%3S:~"Cuticui*������i Soap i-havca without muir.  Cord or  Fabric  Extravagant   claims   and  exaggerated statements  juiay   e-eu   tires���������DUC   ~H~y  1  il  can never make tires give    j!  mileage or service.  About Partridge Tires  little need be said. Their,  reputation for durability  and dependability under  all road conditions, justifies the statement  "You can'������ buy  better tires."  Cameos Their Name  ONLY TABLETS MARK  ARE  ASPiRiiM  Eir. A%#r������r%������f  aaa  Not Aspirin at All without the "Bayer Cross1  19  Tlio name "Bayer" on Aspirin is  like 14 Karat on gold. It positively  identifies thc only genuine ABpirin,���������  thc Aspirin prescribed hy physicians  for over nineteen years and now  mado in Canada.  Always buy an unbroken package  of "Bayer Tablet* of Aspirin" whicK  contains proper directions for Colds,  Headache, Toothache, Earache, Neuralgia, Lumbago, Rheumatism, Neuritis, Joint Pains, and Pain generally.  Tin hoica of 12 tablets cost but  a few cents.   Larger "Bayer" packages.  Tliero is only ono Aspirin���������"Bayor'**���������You must nay "Bayer"  Anplrin'ls tho trade*- marlc (rcgtBterod In Canada) of Bayer Manufacture of Mono.  ���������mrcticnctdcBtcr of Sallcyllc-iciel. WhUo It in well Unown that Aoplrin mcan-a Bayer  ���������manufacture, to au-itst tho public against Imitation-*, thes Tablets of Bayer Company  Will bo otaraped with their general trade -marl!:, tho "Uaycr Cross."  j  ;.l***. to  1 o 11 ur  '*- r" c -  V.v.i.  l.. i'  -i'i  "1  M'u ������������������ i.  llll.  man name meant. Wilier saiel she hT'ttred  ; as it meant, somethin' outen the; or  ���������-.i-c ; elinary, an' it seems she was ri.^hl.  Vvilltr's my sister," he explained  i.muelly. "She's tfot another name,  too. She's ealh'd thc Wisp. She's  v.\rt\\\rr\\ ycars old nearly, an' she's  li. 11   with   Ih.:  rille*."  l*.*l;i,i   fell   hack,  with  a   little  tfasi>.  Tin: lad  looked surprised.    "Maybe,  I  1..'    '���������������������������''*in'    thine'**'!    :\<r.    you    e* fill' I     rO't     till'   I  r;.,!i!   .-.'.'. i'i;c   outer,"     he     apologiscel. j  '���������ip    W.vhburn   never   lets   nie   tall: I  .ii** too much to the folks he has at  ,   I'l.n**.*,   'le:  *���������*,  In*':;  annuid   to   sorter !  iioo'h   over    my     rou-*;*"h     spots.        I  i'*s**,   maybe   I've-  said   sometliiu'  that  i*,   -m   you,   Mis1*-,;   if  so,   I'm   sorr3'."  ".''.'.   all   rii'ht,"   said   Kdmi   quickly.  !''��������� ���������'* * '���������   -*'. :i:id  -jj.'-.  'I"   11  -'w  -"���������".me1  o'-e     ,ii> i", I     Willi'.'.'.',     I 'in    inte Tested  .*���������'-, al.'i'.it every thiii' you'd  ���������*��������� ������������������. :��������� ������������������*'���������'' \\'*H'*!- '���������* " In  '. v. ''.'���������.in' play, the liehlle'  d  talk ��������� '.In* kill  '.-.viiii three'  ���������      :���������   ���������'���������.:*.'*     '.!:.       kill     lOeMl-  IT  M  I  , I.  '.'i   1'ii.C.   '���������>  'I l.al  x   x     if M i������ W ���������% -*> '  w ~T\-\x 1W v.~7*i  wx     wt stf wm, pet wt      r.ye*e*   e  ..v-t-vtvl/.tlmr*-.   *Y*tt~4 4'r*'ts  .Jx-i~.^x0     0.. J   X..XX--4 f  VU,     04    00,0,     r4~0t  ���������.yrt   intljeirlrfl    hy   rtiiii-  ���������eurc Ui 'Pin, DaaJ Ji.'l V/Ind  fp.ir.l;!-,' .���������*���������:!I-ve-i !.*/ Kurin.  A':  !    I ll'  ..lie   '.'. hat  ' hr  lliiiik-i  Will- r   i  11 it    :i'  I   *;/U(i  ���������i  *r jeii>t    Ky^   4 nxnfrnt.       At  Vour  ksttitrfiittt or  e������y   muii   e������������<;   %i*.t  Siittiir.  ������o,  ttfi.v\. c*9 tho ������'y������ Urr. -.nitc i. n  i..mil..0.   td'.irv,   X-dt.xfrvAvr  ������',-,..   r.tttr.ixi.ix.  > 111 I, I'  l-l't  .  i'l.*,.  ' ivr: iw'1"'-",,-, rirvJ7"tz.-Ji-������i ���������'*'��������� I  fL niijirrJiZLZm���������...:���������,im<ti~imi  ' m&emr. i*m~~-������'i~~~~"'  amM -"���������  .,,1,���������**.*i**������*;  ~4^^S'  "^x%*rt, >m*..���������\t^t^'*ii*^^''-:X'vii.  "X,   '"w*������i ~%0<^''Sm,*r-r:  %������m*"",tWW  itttsT*  nmrnm-mimmmtemtmmmttmm  mstmmmmxmmmi-mimimmtxiirM *HB*   REVIEW,     CRESTOK,    S.     t%\  Journalists Dine  On Buffalo Meat  BOLSHEVIKS LOSING GROUND  Repeated Efforts to   Encircle   Lem- '  berg Have  Resulted in  Failure  Warsaw.  ���������  Further  gains  on  the  northern   front   are   reported   in   the  Polish   official   communication   which  says the Polish troops occupied Aus-  gustowo, northeast of Grodno, where  they were   enthusiastically    received  by  thc  population.       Lithuanian  detachments  encountered by the  Poles  havc been most friendly.  Thc Bolsheviki are continuing to  give way before Polish pressure in  the Bialystok sector, say the communication. Thc Poles have recovered  Narcw. The Russians are preparing  to make serious resistance in the  region of Malaiiarwka river.  Quiet prevails in the Brest-Litovks  sector.    Thc   Poles  are   resisting repeated  efforts  to  encircle    Lemberg. \  Prahowiec, which had been temporar-1  ily evacuated by  the Poles has been  regained in a counter-attack.  Bolshcviki attacks upon Zaeworzc,  cast of Lemberg, have been repulsed  with heavy losses. General Buden-  ny's forces have been driven out of  the region of Zydyczow and Chodor-  ow,  south  of  Lemberg.  London.��������� Thc Poles have taken  Suwalki, about 40' miles northwest of  Grodno, it is announced by Lithuanian rcprcsentativcs,..,herc. A Polish  division is reported to be advancing  on Sciny, cast of Suwalki.  _ (Something New Was on. Bill of. Fare  For Press Delegates  Jasper, Alta.��������� Viscount Burnham,  1 in cap anel apron,    carved    a    great  haunch   of  buffalo   for   thc  luncheon  given the Imperial press delegates at  Jasper National Park, on the shores  of Lake Bouvert.    It was altogether  a holiday party which gathered under  the genial climate of northern Alberta.   The weather could not have been  improved.  Sir  Emsley  Carr, publisher  of the  News of the World, in acknowledge  ing the kindness of all the park auth-  S orities, said it was a distinction that  only Canada could provide.  The wonders of Maligne Mountain  were visited in the afternoon, wh-'-c  thc visitors eagerly returned to Lake  Beauvert to bask in the sunshine and  color of the picturesque scene of  the water in Ja'spcr Lake. Thc party  entrained in the early evening for  the next stopping point.  ACTION TAKEN BY STEEL CO.  Rolled  Claim  Payment    for    Rails  Under Government's  Orders  Ottawa.���������A suit , involving several  million dollars, the point at issue being the value of steel rails which the  Dominion government, under the  authority of the war measures act,  compelled the Dominion Steel Company to roll during the war* period  for the use of Canadian railways, will  be heard by the exchequer court at  a sitting which opens on September  seven.  The amount involved is $8,727,617,  less cash already advanced to the  extent of $5,500,000. This makes the  actual amount in dispute upwards of  three and one-quarter millions' with  interest.  The amount of rails rolled under  the government's order was something in excess of 100,000 tons, for  which the company seeks payment at  the rate of $75 per ton. As the gov-  Washington.���������Although   a   technic- \ ernment considered the price too high  Sugar Slocks Exhausted  Montreal    Refiners'    Price   of $22.80  Hundredweight Likely  To Obtain  Montreal.���������While sugar refiners announced last week that the price of  sugar would be dropped two cents a  pound all around, making the quotations for the best granulated $22.80  a hundred net, local brokers who  have had heavy stocks on hand have  been offering this grade around 18  cents a pound, and there has been  more fluctuation in the market between this figure and the twenty-two  cent level.  The refiners state that the broker  stocks are now practically exhausted  and the expectation is that the price  will stabilize at $22.80 a hundred lbs.  for the best grade of sugar, with a  steadiness in the other grades.  EACE TALK  AT MINSK HAS  BE  S^feSt  U.S. Trade increasing  Notwithstanding  Technical  State   of  War Exists, Trade With  Germany Grows  Increased Output Result of Smoking  London.���������An allowance of time for  smoking at Dick Kerr's works at  Preston has been so successful that  the directors havc decided to develop  the experiment. Three months ago  the men were granted permission to  smoke for fifteen minutes each morning and afternoon. _Thc management  hgj.ve now extended'the privilege from  9 to %30 and from 3 to 4.30.  It is stated that the granting of  smoking time has resulted in increased output.  Grain Movement Starts  Winnipeg.-One million bushels of  new wheat have already passed  through Winnipeg, according to the  estimate of a prominent grain ex^  change official.  A large part of this wheat grades  No. 1 Northern, and thc percentage  is said to bc higher than in previous  years.  al state of war still exists between the  United States and Germany and Austria, trade with those countries is  rapidly increasing. Reports of the  department of commerce show that  exports to Germany totalled $202,-  176,079 during the 12 months ended  last June 30, as compared with $8,-  818,882 during the corresponding 12  months the year before. Imports  from Germany jumped from $944,981  in 1919 to $4,085,975 during the year  ending July 1.  Exports to Austria as distinguished  from Austria - Hungary were valued  at $11,847,127, as compared with nothing the year before. Imports from  that country from the same period  were valued at $587,108.  Trade with Russia in Europe also  showed a substantial increase in the  past year, exports being valued at  $34,639,901, as compared with $11,000-  000 the year before. Imports from  that country, however, were valued  at only $2,443,288.  provision was made by  an  order  in  council fo*^a reference of the disput  to the exchequer court.  The rails were delivered under the  government order to the Grand  Trunk Pacific and other roads. These  railways have been made parties to  the proceedings before the exchequer  court, the purpose being to ha--'.i ths  court declare that the railways nust  pay for the rails received the amount  the court finds to be fair and reasonable.  Honolulu.��������� The Prince of Wales  has arrived here on the battleship Renown.  Delegates   Are   Planning,   However,  To Resume Negotiations  Within Week  Warsaw.��������� Peace negotiations between tbc Polish and Russian delegates at Minsk havc been interrupted,  according to a wireless d-espatch just  received here. Most of the Polish delegates hare left Minsk for Brest-  Litovsk,' while thc Bolsheviki tffipres-  entatives havc gone to Moscow, both  sides'are planning to resume the conference" within a week, probably at  Riga.  Letvia has agree to permit Poland  and Soviet Russia to transfer the  Minsk peace conference to Riga. This  was done on the request of the  Poles.  rf  1  your  ^ood  noiiris  Establish Steel Plant  Need New Election Form  Ottawa.��������� With practically all the  machinery ready for tho taking of  votes under thc Canadian Temperance Act, and in the by-elections, it  has been found that a large percentage of the forms used in former  elections cannot be utilize*, in any  way under the new Election Act.  ��������� ..,.,.  i., . i   Faint and Dizzy Spells.  Weakness and  Shortness of Breath.  You can -generally toll when thf  hcr.rt '.". affected hy the faint nnd dizzy spells, the shortness of breath, pal-*  pitation, throbbing, irregular heating,  smothering sensations, weak, sinhing,  nil-gone feeling, choking sensation,  etc.  Many men nnd women become  rundown and worn out when otherwise thcy could he strong and hcalthv  if thcy wonld only pay some attention  to the first sign of heart weakness.   ,  Mo ronii'dy will do so much to  make the heart regain strength nnd  victor, regulate its heat and restore  it to a healthy and normal condition  as Miiburn's IT cart and Nerve Pills.  Mrs. C. A. S. Drake, Paris. Ont.,  writes;*���������"I havc used on towards thc  second box of Miiburn's TIcait ond  Nerve Pills aud find they have done  sue good.    1  hael those fainting, di77V  ���������    *     ���������   \*i-        r���������}   -    .     -,.      -v      .,.-.'1^       ^ ,, ,**]     -.jr-rn     Vt.*^\\r-  ticss and shortness of breath, and  would become ;;o chokrd up '.xt tin*.'*****  1 could hardly--sleep without sit tine:  tip iu bed. When walking too lav.  I would havc to stop and try to catch  inv breath. 1 feci a lot better fcimc  T have use-el your pills anel know that  they have helped inc wonderfully as  1   havr  improved  very   much."  Price-   50c.   a   hi->Y   at   .ill   dealers   or  Illlilieel    (llii'ii    e.ii    iiii i|i.    ...'    |>( ......    tr,  The* T. Milhueii Co., Limited. Toronto.  Out.  .It  .  ...     -      . -     ..��������� ... ������������������ .m ..........,, -~.... ��������� mxm;. m m,.Jm.mm..mx,mAAM. ���������    ���������...������.������������������, I��������� ,������������������.������������������������������������.., ���������.���������������������������I.l, Ml I   A,  , ������������������.!.  Bush Fires Destroy Homes  Sixtem Fa-meis in Mai\it > ju Suffer  Heavy Loss  Wi l t o^p-.--S xtcc'n farmer*, in the  Stc. Rose I'n Lac district have lof.t  thcir homes, barns, implements and  crops in bush fires that havc been  laying waste thc area in the last few  days, according to an official report  by provincial authorities. Thousands  of acres of haylands, and hundreds  of tons of cut hay havc been destroyed in thc northern part of thc province.  Thc danger in all sections is at an  end for thc present, however, on account of thc rainfall, which was fairly general over Manitoba.    /  Tartars In Revolt Against Bolshies  Baku. ��������� Revolutionary outbreaks  against the Bolsheviki arc reported  among the Tartars. Thc disturbances  were caused by thc increased cost of  living, which is now twenty limes  greater than when the Soviet* government  was  instituted.  Considering Advisability of Manufacturing- Commodity  in B. C.  Victoria.���������-A rolling mill and blast  furnace for the manufacture of steel  it is expected,, will bc established in  this province as soon as the necessary market for the product of such  an undertaking has been assured, according to Major Martyn, industrial  commissioner for thc province, who,  with James H. McVety and Nichol  Thompson, of the advisory council  of thc British Columbia department  of industries, has. left for Chicago  and San Francisco in connection  with thc matter.  P������f  i-ful    eryf   Bovril   mto  It  S������OOH������U.l     Ot    JPOVTil  your soups,  stews  and pies.  will give tkem a   delicious new  *��������� Ml    i  savouriness,    and    you    will   dc  all  tne  - 1 x.  nounsumcue.  aula  to  get  you   require  witbout  making "a  beavy meal.  L  j>  Trout for Jasper Park  Ottawa.���������Thc waters of the Jasper  Dominion park havc again been  stocked from thc hatchery at Banff,  Alta., operated by thc fisheries  branch, department of marine and  fisheries. Rainbow trout have been  planted in Patricia Lake to the number of 10,000; ���������flibcrina lake, 5,000,  and Marjoric Lake 5,000 salmon trout  were also planted in Pyramid Lake  to  thc number  of 24,300.  MOTHER!  Training for Air Force  Ottawa. ���������The regulations governing the training operations of the  Canadian Air Force arc expected to  be approved hy cabinet council this  week, alter which training will begin  in earnest al Camp Borden and other  air force training centres.  ���������^���������e>jr*i'''*Aiw*-sU^*^^���������'"^t  m W,jUku|tiil   "';'"'"'  15    HI  "California Syrup of Figs  Child's Best Laxative  ������>.  Civic Housing Scheme  *  Winnipeg. ��������� Thc. Winnipeg city  council has authorized a bond issue  of MOD.000 to he ur.rd lor raising sufficient   money   to   build   a  anther   one  hundred homer, undrr the civic hotis-  v.c;.  X.4.,  n  ,,.    !>o?>'.!S  diieh  arc  for   a   period   of   20   years   will   bear  interest at   thc  rate  of  .six  percent.  Collect $015,000 in Revenue  Vancouver,  li.  C���������From   the  three  "OU havc modern machinery, modern  equipment, a real up-to-date modern  farm���������BUT���������how about your buildings?  ���������*\re thcy as modern a> your cepiipmcnt?  Do you house that cxpenr-ivo machinery���������or  leave it to  the mercy of rain?, sun, wind and  rust?  How about your stock? Po you take a  chance and horoe them in un*-*anitarv. dark,  damp barn* that deenv.-e- their eiTu-iency'and  production?  How   about   your   gn<:  od   wife   anel   yourse  lf?  Are*   vr>  tht-SC?  any  *.���������">���������.������riant  th.m any or  all of  Fine Buildings Make Fine Farms  He* vc:  r.-.or  op;.erne-  to  r.s.li.-e*   tlie  .'.'it'oil-*:.  mm  ~.ri i.r.^.*.it,V'.'  Tier   time   >  loiiK-tieceteil   i:uj*ic.vi*i'.u*;u.- ��������� it.v  repairs���������A NKW HOMK. Now <mi A.l- il*r������-lioM of a  Ihr crop wiih wheal at :e \:'\,i\i pritf, w.th the- *...,iK*y on  ll.-j p-iilicipauoi-. ci*i*.*.fi.-*i'r< is." r'.r in���������mrly the tiiv.e  was never lieuer ���������*<-*t when tin* h.ii.lr.i'r.oil li.eid hhikIu-  re*-.l lioa.e t alt l'<* realms1!. Your  uhy  e.t   n^   uwin-f   ;.ii.|  ilS  JII IMl.... I.u.l. ....... ... '*���������       <"      "IT      ITX..'      V.Ht*.     a  reality, put  nioit- i>v.,.iort  .iiii .1 1.0i:ie  tlu:    ti.trui   Ij>    I'UiUlii*. t   r.ow.  tor   comfort*;   oi    .i  fierii  -lionlil have huiUlir.e:*-  ..���������,:i)*' i��������� l;f 11  to  W.       N.  XT.      13/2  of   the  i e  .-ii  Vi   x*   m  '���������~"^������iyil;ill|lrf*^*l*r>^i;ias^.*i  ������������������-���������*'      ���������*...*���������   ~'''u'4ui'yif*.iiiM������������*-'|  Consult Your Lumber Dei.l-r  ii.- i. .j ���������.'....:-...  '-:������������������-'���������'.���������.    . ���������*;  leiaiul   llic   ln-Nt   ii*fc>nv..iliO!'.     tlir   l>e*t   plan  t.rst   firrviee   llut   < ..ti   \i<-   jn*.itc.l.      lli-   u il  \oii   all   thi .   ro-opetulioii   v.itl.enit    ili.,it<*  ilrlivrr   llie   liimUe:   to   you   jel-t   \v).f;i   wanlr  niMlrc   tint   jejii   |;rt    ra**t   <:...'....',, -   -.J......J.  ���������th.*  u.'.l  1   ai"l  UMIiIulI  lliiliiiiliiiii  |Illiliilei;..eelki  il*t*!.!iii������*."  Ruild Better Buildings���������Build   Now  1 Kit jlnnaunirmrnl it intuit J Iv  ('���������**   l.unj<'  Miiiiul.tJtiitm ci WtiU'it L.ii..t.xi  iiveiiiM  Dominion   t'ovcrnnn-iil   al   ibis  (ini;, th' fci'.'l'al 1ri*'*'iivv \\:r e*nile'ii-  rel as a ii'Mil! of l!n I.u-* ine ��������� ���������*, transacted in   \u* ���������*.���������:  lev   ;���������'': .-..ii'in.  Accept   "California*."   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M   ~~t  JtLi-~S'   \jff-^ -^ji'.Mr't&~kh~'  ^Z&t*r������������^lF  Strvimm lb*-*    Da���������    \n01mt.  ���������iMS^%���������tx  ,   ~W   *~������-*- WXMt-f     .   iK-V'     M#* pJmt^f-m.  tf r������  "I  J  It BUILD r* WJ^^'^wmtr,  V    *��������� **-^  m0j/<.r-.-^^^m    -��������� .   ��������� ��������������������������� ���������-------���������'-   ���������* '  ^ -*miaaM\ ..-WkW_ ,Z-sW~f-lW~iflL.  ^^^^^ THE CBESTCK REVIEW  Local and Personal  For Sale���������Collapsible go-cart ar.d  baby carriage, $12 for the two. H. A.  Dodd, Creston.  Dr. E. C. Arthur of Nelson . paid  Creston a professional visit on Saturday.  Father Desmarais will be 1)ere on  Sunday for the usual servicee in Holy  Cioss Church.  If you are interested in the purchase  ,,f       O V-.i.,t-.rx Gl       t-       XJIrx-.r���������xx r. ~  this issue will interest you.  r.JS-.X        ���������������.  out i>. in  Miss Tallon of Kellogg. Idaho, arrived last week on a visit to her.sister,  Mrs. K. B. McLeod, Victoria Aye*  Mr. and Mrs. W. Arrowsmith of  Trail arrived the latter part .of.,the  week on a visit to the former's.parents  here.  Mrs. Truscott, who has been a visitor with friends at Blackfoot, Sask.,  the past few months, returned at the  end of the week.  Saturday, Sept, 1  MONROE SALISBURY  in  Sundown Trail  West is west, and East is east, but  the twain met at the end of  Sundown Trail.  PART 2  = .J?*!-**  uav   iyaaKaat'  5^<CMr*i"     "9 I?*  PEGGY HYLAND  in  The Girl with No  :rets  Reg]  Said to be the best of Peggy Hyland  plays, and your last chance  to see her for some time,*  Mutt & Jeff'  tox iHews  K.V. LANDS FOR SALE  Block 144, Kootenay Valley Lands,  containing 18 2 acres, logged over  land, situated on Sirdar road about If  miles north of Wynndel postoffice.  Price $500. Apply to the owner, G.  A. M. Young, Creston, B.C.  Cow For Sale���������Good milker. Apply J. E. Hayden, Creston.  G. M, Benny, who has been a patient  at Mayo Brothers hospital at Rochester, Minn,, the past six weeks, arrived  home on Tuesday.  S. A. Speers spent Labor Day with  friends at Cranbrook, on a yisit to his  mother, who is spending the summer  with her son there.  Mrs. J. H. Doyle, of Nelson, spent a  few days here this week with her  daughter. Miss A. Doyle, of the Staples Fruit Co. staff.  Mrs. C. B. Garland and Mrs. F. H}  Jackson, who have spent the past  month with friends in Vancouver,  returned on Wednesday.  J. G. Smith, who moyed to Nelson  to reside permanently about six weeks  ago, is back again for a short stay���������  helping his son, Fred, at haying operations.  The Sunday school in connection  with Christ Church, which was on  holidays during August, will resume  its sessions on Sunday afternoon at  2.30 o'clock.  Mr. aad Mrs C. O. Rodgers are visitors with Calgary friends this week.  Miss Hardman, who has been Mrs.  Rodgers' guest returned to New Westminster on Thursday last.  Two .brand new boys and girls were  added to the population at Lister  from the t}nd of the month to Sept.  4th. Well may "our correspondent  remark, Watch Lister grow,  Mrs. Bruce announces her fail millinery opening for Saturday, Sept.  18th, and hopes to have the pleasure  of seeing all the ladies in her new  store opposite the Methodist Church.  Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Porter, who haye  occupied the Wiles house on Fourth  street for thc past year, have moved to  Spokane, and W. Morrow and family  have tbis week takes possession of the  house.  Misses Louise and Helen Morgan,  who haye been guests of Mrs, Brown  and Mrs. Bevan for the last couple of  months, haye returned to their home  at Dayton, Alabama, leaving on Wednesday.  The Methodist Ladies' Aid report a  gross intake of almost $100 from the  serving of meals at the church during  the first three days the Women's  Institute conference was in session  here last week.  The annual harvest thanksgiving  services in connection with Christ  Church, Creston, are announced for  Sunday, Sept. 26th, when Rev. J. S.  Mahood will have both morning and  evening services.  The Methodist' Sunday School  scholars and parents had their annual  picnic on Monday afternoon at Recreation Park.    There was a big turnout  cf children who thoioughly enjoyed  the just-before-school-opening outing.  Mr. and Mrs. Jas, Adlard spent a  few days the latter part of the week  with friends in Cranbrook, making  the trip by auto. While the roads are  rough in spots they had no trouble  snaking, the journey in about five  hours.  The Review erred in its issue of two  weeks ago in stating that the remains  of.the late Morgrn Pease and Jas.  Hunter were buried in the srme grave.  The bodies were interred alongside  each other in South Vancouver  cemetery.  Teesday -and Wednesday mornings  of this week saw the official thermometer at Dr. Henderson's registering  at 36. At some points in the Valley  30 was recorded and in these localities  garden stuff shows the effects of the  frost touch.  The September session of Creston  Board of Trade is announced for Tuesday night and a full turnout of members is -requested. Under the unfinished business head there are two  or three important matters to be  finally adjusted.  F. Mill, janitor at the Bank of Commerce, spent last week at Cranbrook,  where he was helping his daughter,  Mrs. (Rev.) Sinclair get ready for a  change of residence to Berkley, Calif.,  wherl Mr. Sinclair is now in charge of  the Baptist church.  School opened for the fall term on  Tuesday morning, and all the teachers   l r.JS  -T-JICCLDU  Cpcuiiig-ua}'  Another  Tribute to the  WILLIS PIANO  Nelson. B.C., July 3rd, 1920  WILLIS PIAXOS, LTD.  Dear Sir*-*,-���������  piano,   which  Chautauqua com cert.  It ifi one-- of the finest instruments we have ever met  with, and -,\-<- w-f.-rf: pleasantly K.n-prisi-d to Hnd such a  liipjli htand.'trd in Canadian pianos.  Wishing you continued success.  -Allow me   to congratulate you  on your  we   had   the   pleasure   of   using  at   our  SK\j*A(rS  Very truly yours,  NI COLA I 'A E DE LER,  with Ellison White Chautauqua.  BRANCH at :J01 IJAKEIt -ST.  mi.~m~w~\~m  f*-X*lr- ���������jp)trf--j^a  l  Jilt's Worth While  tit  yn  ������������������ft i-r <r/i')fl ���������fer>j-vie#>.  Ye������ll  e*:ilil   he-   Him*   of   tllO  1)1*41.    when    ye-u    conic  he.re* f'������r  Automobile Repairing  We- el/. ,...!;*.*.!<.  and pwr \iiiiin\i\.  i am  t/t  itvi-.ry iiAi  M"i    '"!s''!i   y*'������'i   ni'  "ie-e-i.   j������i   (,i(f-   !jf|.-.  '.".'*������������������:���������!:  iittcn-  I ������*y  -d    '.IT  attendance fully equal to last year.  Miss England in Divisions*. III., and  Miss McLeod in the primary room, are  the new members of the staff.  R. L. T. Galbraith, Fort Steele,  who has charge of Kootenay Indian  affairs, was here on Tuesday on official  business. The Indians are commencing haying operations this week, but  report the crop light on much of the  area they will cut over this year.  A directors meeting of Creston Valley Agricultural Association is called  for Monday night, to appoint judges  and make all the other arrangements  for this year's fair, which from present  appearances will haye a far larger  entry list than.'auy of its predecessors.  Mcst of the local hunters were out  trying their luck with the gun either  on Sunday morning or Labor Day���������  the shooting season having opened on  Saturday. Duckr are rather scarce as  yet, atid there were" very few grouse  taken on the first of the season shooting.  Haying on the Flats got under way  on Wednesday, although cutting is  not general as yet. Secretary Constable had a very busy day of it on  Tuesday, issuing the necessary permits, having a call for almost a hundred of them during the afternoon  alone.  The Valley's fruit crop commenced  moving in carload lots this week the  Union loading out a straight car of  early fall apples on Monday, which  fairly well cleans iip the Yellow  Transparents, which have been in  heavy demand for express shipments  all season.  Tuesday afternoon next, from 2 to 4  o'clock, will positively be your last  cHanco to get on the,voters list for the  coming prohibition referendum. Registrar of yptors Hewat of Kaslo will be  at tho courthouse here on Tuesday and  on Wednesday will visit Lister for the  Bime purpose.  John Joy, who has just arrived from  Coleman, Alta.. announces that ho  will open* out. in the shoe repairing  line next week, in the shop at tho rear  of tlie po������toflflee just vacated by Mrs.  Bruce as a millinery shop. Mr. Joy  will also handle harness repair worlc  and guarantees satisfaction and  prompt service.  Mr. and Mrs. Carlson, who recently  purchased  tho W.  K.  Brown  ranch,  ��������� ...��������� i,,>...,...,,,,*������ <!.:  , *.   :.,    ji.., .l,,.,!!,  ...   .  i      K4...  X...  . X...     tittl.t     ..  yt..x      ,,,        Llt.tr    K.t.t.tl..  of her son, Waldemar Selin, who passed away on Tuesday morning at tho  ajj-e of 18 years.    The remains were in-  tert'e/1 *in Cn'-iton cemetery on Wednesday afternoon.  The subjects for the -Sunday services  in the IVeisl-ytei-iim -Church are nn  le'Jlow*.: Jl.li������ji. in., "ii-,e I raul.ice til  His Pi ���������sen,.'." 7.:t0 {..in.. ������������������The W.m-  di-iiiu-iit. of Jesus." Rev. Mr. .Ihh-icm  will a-^ain preach, and both are suh-  jj'������-t*i that, hii; lu-arerii are cure to li-Jtcn  U> With Wltisfai'tieili.  ���������fYe-.te.n nnel PortliM! h:i:chall least***  hud a pi iiH.it--> game here on -Sunday  Bonners Ferry at the Woodmen's picnic at Bonners on August 28th.  Creston Women's Institute meet in  September session this afternoon,  when the chief business will the passing of accounts and straightening up  affairs in connection with last week's  convention. From" present appearances it looks as if the finances ac-  cummulated to handle tne affair will  be more than sufficient to pay all the  bills and leave quite a tidy surplus.  E, Ferguson, proyincial assessor, of  Nelson, spent a couple of days here  the latter part of the week, on ah  official yisit. Since the last^'Valley  assessment was made about three  years ago quite a few new ' business  houses have opened in Creston, and  his visit was' chiefly in connection  with putting an assessable value on  these. It is likely the whole Valley  will again be re-assessed next- year.  Blake's Native Hawaiian's, a troupe  of high-class singers, players and  dancers, are booked for the Peekin  Theatre on Tuesday night, Sept. 14th.  The company comes exceptionally  well recommended, and are sure to  offer something entirely different in  the musical line that they can* hardly  fail to be appreciated.- The admission  is $1 and 50 cents. There will be a  dance after the show.  The dance and box social in Meican-  tile Hall, under Creston Board of  Trade auspices on Monday night  attracted a fairly large crowd and was  a splendid success financially, the  door receipts and the proceeds from  the sale of boxes totalling almost $165.  R. B. Staples officiated as -auctioneer  and succeeded in getting as high as  $29 for one of the boxes and $28 for  another���������these two landing first and  second prizes. Excellent music for  the affair was supplied by Creston  orchestra.  Manager Bennett of the Bank of  Commerce is having a host of callers  during business hours, the particular  attraction being a display of fruit  which Ashley Cooper & Sons of Wynndel have on view there. The collection was gotten together foe the Trail  fair early in the week but was not  shipped owing to transportation  troubles. The Bradshaw plums are a  particularly fine sample, while all tbe  apples, particularly the Transparents,  show splendid size and color for this  time of year.  Get Ready for  Fall Weather  ���������look over your car_-and  see if you are not needing  something done on it before  the bad roads and weather  set in. We have everything  in the line of accessories���������  Weed Chains  Tires and Tubes  Patching Outfits  Radiator Cement  Blow-Out Patches and Boots  Head. Tail and Spot Lights  Flashlights and Batteries of  every description  Our best asset is our  satisfied customers.  Greston Auto & Supply  R. S. BEVAN, Prop.  Ay  Haying will, start in about ten days. The  present ideal haying weather will not last till  Christmas, bene������; the wisdom of getting an  early start at cutting.  You will certainly be needing some new or  additional equipment of some sort, and this  is the store where you can secure most anything you are likely to need,    How about  Forks and Fork Handles.        Machine Oils  Rope and, Rope Blocks.       Knife  Grinders or Grindstones  Repairs ordered for Massey-Harris machines.  Hardware & Furniture Supply  M. J. BOYD Company Manager  gQMMM    r\*d   n   a ti EJB       tEL.*" 0    Q*9t3������fQQQQ H D KS D Q Em Q 0  uBpBT ,.11 B  S B Era      ���������J'Q*.EP Ena Ca 0 p ������. VT     Bd ������.a ~T% an d������3  **..-) M M Si��������� ml*    tt     MKMtN *���������*..*- ~-~. MM   Sum    M **���������***# ~-- .        *.��������� 04 at   MNMM  MMM  i ffsr^ATF WPO*?.  It"  *l M M   M M M k  M M M W  ft 4 f ry **jr~  <r* #  Another week and it will be lawful to shoot Grouse, Duok  Geese, Doer, and tho other linos of game. Most everyone  will want to try their hi ok oarly and novor were wo better  prepared to tako caro of their every need in tho way of  Ammunition, &o.    Special attention is called to our stock  Winchester Repeater 12 Guage  Shot Gun Shells  CANUCK and REGAL Shotgun Shells for Rifles.  .22 Short and Long DOMINION and WINCHESTER  and a full supply of Rifle Cartridges in  HiO  pUjJUMi    CUei'iUl'Oia.  UM t   t    1        a\f. 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