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 ** \    v"**- * ' ������  "  ' -'_T ������*���������*-  *(.?���������?.  Pi . -l.r  *Vi t>     ^.  v!        ��������� ��������� ������������������.-- -' '-��������� '.-j'jti  %  AU5-. r>  ^f*������.-.J~&**Z--^~*  *��������� 'i3-<s-i:rio:iS-er^r^-^''^^'  Pr  Social i'W ,  ^^torpQW- - apl2I  Vol. XII.  CRESTON, B.C., FRIDAY, AUGUST 20, 1920  No. 25  ���������mi  Canyon Gity  Deepest spmpathy is extended A. D.  Pochin in his hea-yy bereavement in  the death of Mrs. Pochin on Sunday.  The funeral, to Creston cemetry on  Tuesday, was largely attended by our  citizens.  Mrs." Witherhead received an unexpected call to Ontario the latter  part of the week, owing to the critical  iilness of her mother.  Miss Muriel and Frances Knott are  with a party from Creston who are  spending the week on a camping trip  at Cultus Creek.  Dad Browell is still making headquarters in the Porthiil section where  he is one of those left on guard at the  forest fire of last week in the neighborhood of the Continental mine.  Mr. -Jameson, who has been working  at the mill for some time, is another  of those who, with his family, haye  trekked back to Alberta where an  exceptionally fine harvest is being  taken off.  The Goat River, in the neighborhood of the new bridge, is quite���������a  fayorite resort for both Canyon and  ' Erickson young people. This hot  weather the bathing is particularly  appreciated.  Mr. Pepperdine left a few days ago  for Calgary, where "he expects to remain until the fore part of September.  Owing to the passing of Mrs. Pochin  the United Farmers meeting arranged  for Monday night was postponed until  Wednesday, the feature to be a talk  on central pack by Manager Loveday  of the Union. Since last week1*** rain  has washed off the dust it now seems  assured Canyon will have a better  apple crop. than seemed in evidence  early in the season.  ��������� ���������  *i     .'        ''' t'"'j'^-'-������������������������������������������������������?'-i-r-'L-  "Xi-~--^-t-^x^-0v-^^-..~--^-^.-^i^  past the local fishermen are now  catching a bass occasionally on their  trips. This species of the finny tribe  are said to be the gamest of all fish���������  and make equally good eating.  Mayor Daly is just home few days  from a most enjoyable and interesting  visit with his old friend, John Cadden  of Kaslo. Almost thirty years ago  Messrs. Daly and Cadden were twg of  the best known C.P.R. engineers then  running out of Rat Portage, Ont.  Engineers Green and McLean of the  Great Northern and Dominion government staffs, were here last week en  route to Kuskanook to make the  official measurements and location of  the new wharf at that point, on  which, construction will start before  the end of the month.  m   S~m-timtm~t  m~0-'m9B-S*-  Sirdaer  cottage  hospital.  Birth���������At   the  Cranbyook, on  July 23rd, to Mr. and  Mrs. Sid McCabe, a son.  "Happy" Eastlake of Creston arrived the first of the month, and has  taken a position as wiper at the local  roundhouse.  Actual roadmaking operations on  the Sirdar-Kuskanook highway are  now well under way with two crews  working between Kuskanook and  here. If men can be had a crew will  be employed at the Kuskanook end.  Mrs. Jones of Kuskanook was a  visitor here on Saturday, en route to  Creston. She states that the thunder  and lightning in the storm of Tuesday  last was extremely yiolent in that  section. A couple of bolts of the  latter struck in the lake creating a  scene remarkably thrilling and beautiful.  Mrs. Dennes, who has been holidaying at Nelson for tho past month, has  just returned to Sirdar.  Mr. and Mrs. Tonhey and family  who havc been with coast friends for  a short vacation got home thc latter  part of the week.  Mrs. McKinley of St. Jose, Calif., n  cousin of Mrs. Jones is a visitor with  thc latter at Kuskanook at present.  Mr. and Mrs. Perine of tho same city  arc also expected along on a holiday  trip before the end of the month.  Rev. J. S. Mnhood of Queens Ray  was calling on some of his parishioners here beiwcen trains on Satur-  etay. Sirdar's contribution in ilu*  Anglican Forward Movement amounts  to $-15.  Chas. Woodrow, the Nelson forest  lire warden, had a gang of about  fifteen men in the Kuskanook section  fighting (Ires which the lightning of  Tuesday lust canned. Uy the end of  the week he hail reduced the force to  a couple of nun who were left on  I'li.-ird.  The G.W.V.A. Ladies' Auxiliary  dance at the schoolhouse on Saturday  night was well attended and proved  one of the most enjoyable of the many  lieiu  to  untie, v>Wiijg  iu  SOuic   HiEaSUrG  to the good work of floor manager  Barney Barnard, The music was excellent���������the product of G. Paton.  Miss "Bernice Hurl of Alberta is a  Lister yisitor at present, at the home  of Wm. Hurl.  A large increase is noted in the live  stock population this month. During  the past few days residents have in-  yested in a matter of fourteen pigs,  three cows, a horse and three brood  sows. %  Jas. Fihner is making an excellent  showing on his location in the way of  spare time clearing. This week sees  another five acres blown and well  cleared, making a total of ten acres be  has put in .shape in his after work  'f~*~i-&*t:^x#^^  'Mostrof the fire -fighters that were  handling the:forest blaze at Porthiil  haVe i-eiurned .to Lister, though a few  have taken temporary wo-.k at the  Continental mine near there,, among  thehi Jack Sibley, who is now on the  Continental office force.  Jas. Turnley is spending a few days  wit'i Spokane friends this week. He  left on Saturday.  The carpenters have just about  finished' a stylish looking four room  bungalow  on   the  F. Bagshaw  place.  Miss Selma Anderson of Creston  was a week end visitor with Mrs.  John Noble, Frampton Avenue.  The donkey engine is shut down  temporarily while'repairs in the way  of new skids, tubes, etc., are being  made. Engineer Lewis and Fred  Swanson, who have charge of it, are  away on a holiday at coast points.  Claience Embree is busy at present  putting up the finishing work on the  additional room to the school. A new  double door has just been put in the.  old school building so as to comply  with the insurance regulations on  public buildings.  A clerical visitor at the Phillips  ranch favored with Methodist service  and Sunday  school on  Snnday last.  President Bell of the G.W.V.A.  presided at the meeting on Thursday  last when the hay question was finally  disposed of. Way cutting permits will  be required for (15 Listerites this year.  Commencing this week tho Lister  store will not in future bc open for  business on Sundays.  My   first   duty, Mr. Editor, is   to  apologize to you for being the cause of  monoplizing half of the space of your  last   week's   issue.     Next   in   order  would be to pay my respects to Mr.  Staples for the very amusing adyer-  tisement he gives.-nie.     In his article  my name appears no less than thirty-  six times, and only once does he call  me a liar, and but once an ass.   This  is more than   offset   when  in   three  different places he refers to me as a  saint.    I assure you, Mr. Staples, that  no one could haye been more amused  than I in reading, your article���������a fiction   dealing   with   my   personality;  some of which 1 recognize, and some  I do not.  Howeyer, as   amusing   as a wordy  personal combat between you and I  would   be  for   the   readers   of   The  Review I must absolutely decline to  enter  into it.    I shaii try  to confine  mysels to tbe point at issue, namely:  The interests of our local fruit growers.   Taking vour article as a whole  you   could   not  have   confirmed   my  statement in much plainer language.  At the foot of the' first column on page  one of the Review of August 13th you  say:       "What   makes    Mr.   Wigen's  lying insinuation all the more malicious is the fact that he was in Creston  the Monday preceding the publication  of his letter, met the  writer of tbjs  article on the street, and made not the  slightest attempt to secure the true  facts in connection."  Why, Mr. Staples, have you oyer-  looked the fact that you told me  yourself last springsjsbortly after you  came back from Calgary, that you  had engaged wit^., the Mutual Brokers  to represent them ifr4-his\.district. and  when I tried to bring out your view  of the effect that would have on the  Fruit Grower's Union the substance of  your answer was that you did not  intend to interfere with the customers  of the Union, but would confine yourself principally to independent growers around Erickson and others. In  this I partly concurred as it would  tend to keep together independent  shippers���������the prey of disturbed  markets.  When  I saw vou   announced   your-  REVIEW $2.50 A YEAR  mm - m _. jtv -wit, _, ..���������- tt   *m0ttj-.t.~m-i tutrn   rn tttimtimimm-m  A. D.  Pochin  and  family  wish   to  thank  all   I hone   who    showed    such  Utau'iK-i.'.*.- and i-.ymp-ithy in th'-iv recent  bereaqement.  Mr. and   Mrs. ('happen   of  who   contemplate    tackling  i .i  piviicul. employ v*d by Ml*  ���������������������������yttir.g acepii'int eel with the  e-iKl oi I lie OilMiie-.*-.--.  Vernon,  farming  .-ii   ti.I..   .*  ..   J������u*K';;,  dairying  Plan  Foit  Sat.k1)   week!-   old, $10  1*1 OH     Foil    SAl.i:~-Hllll-dee/(*ii     pigse,  seven  weeks old; take your pick.    E.  llaskins, Cresson.  Foit     Hai.k���������EiHhoii  ������������������* l.h   )\.')-n, 'M   reread.",  It. Clarke, GVciiton.  phonograph,  ..'.-Hi complete.  Foil  Sam:*-Pun-bred White Yorkshire boar,   M'vcii  weeks old, 1^1 li-     I).  L"-i:-t!:."r',t>), Pvi- ���������<*������  Commencing Monday, Sept 6,  the subscription price of The  Review will be $2.50 a year in  advance to Canadian postofixeo  addresses, and $3 a year to subscribers in the U.S.  While it hardly seems necessary to offer any excuse for this  modest raise in rates, it may lie  of interest to note that six years  ago the plain white paper used  in The Review cost 5 cents a  pound; now it is just over 12  cents. Ink ia at least 100 per  cent, higher, and all tho other  materials used ahow at least au  equal adva-no*?���������including labor.  Besides, THE REVIEW we believe, is a rather hotter paper  than when wo took it ovcr about  half a dozen yeara ago.  Tho labol will- tell you when  your subscription runs out. If it  roads 4<Aug. 20" your aubacrip-  lion has oxpii-utJ. IJ" it whoivii  any month prior to August you  arc in arrears. If any month beyond August ia indicated you arc  in good litanding. ���������,.  While, naturally, wo  aro  not,  urging thoso whoso subscriptions  will not expire until September  ' ���������.      i <  Ol'   l.||L'i'e:.iei.i:i     y.i    1---J      > i | j    ..t     uu. c  and nave four h\t.i, fit-ill wo havo  no objection to thoae ho disposed  making payment thin nieulii and  saving tho diacount.  But wo wish to inalco it quito  clear that all who havo been  billed for -subnet iptioiiH at, the old  rate will have to liquidate at the  higher price it thoy tail to niukc  payment before- K-qi-t. C-th.  self in the Review under the firm name  of the Staples Fruit Company I knew  without further questioning that you  had either deceived me in the first instance, or that you intended to deceive  your prospective customers. In either  case, it would avail but little to call on  you to reveal the facts.  For the Mutual Brokers���������the head  of your thirty Nash houses, that yon  refer to���������to establish another competitive agency amongst us when these  houses (thanks to your business sagacity when employed by the Union) have  tr~*xrf   ��������������� xx-^   ofi ll    natT-u   -u-.il   *f- V***. ���������*-������      ������������������xrmf.r\m~---.\m~-4~\ o _  a������rs^������^    **������������������*.*    ~~*~IX-m     -.XXjm X   .      ������������.������������     Uetiv        **X. **������w������ r~x* XXm-----~-~-w^  tion for legitimate business connection, can only have one interpretation  from the growers'standpoint, namely:  That you, they, or all of you, intend  to nullify all the good that you accomplished for the local organization when  in its employ; cnltiyate dissension  among the farmers, and when we are  divided���������then the pickings. No one  has a more intimate knowledge than  you of all our weak points as farmers,  and I will deplore it if yon take advantage, of us.  Your reference _ to the Okanagan  United Growers is most untimely, as  it reveals a negative current in your  versatile brain'as far as it relates to  the interests and future wellbeing of  us farmers. No one in our locality  bas had better opportunity than you  to acquaint yourself with the incalculable value of what this farmers' organization has accomplished for the uplift of the B.C. farmers and fruit  growers in general during the last sis  or seven years.  From a farmers' organization untrained in business and financial stress  (such as that of Creston Fruit Growers  Union at the time it employed you as  its manager) this farmers' organization has risen to the peak of success  and influence, having been -able to  overcome and defy octopuses ttr&rade  and finance, eyeniiucl^aj*. the oneyou  claim to represent,  able to turn the tablevio that now  this farmers organization practically  sets the prices for us on most of our  staple products, and the^so-called Nash  houses and others are to a great extent governed by its prices and regulations.  Your reference to one Mr. Skinner  is equally untimely. I cannot recall  that gentleman paying me any atten-  tiou when in Vernon last, but tak������  your word for it that he lent himself  for a sinister purpose, and I now learn  that he, like yourself, severed his connection with the O.U.G.���������a farmers'  organization���������and allied himself with  the same organization as you and, to  the best of my information, for the  same purpose.  We recognized your ability, Mr.  Staples, and tried to appreciate it as  long as we could make use of it, but,  when this same ability begins to develop negative forces that crosscut our  interests as organized farmers, you  surely cannot blame nie for giving  warning, inasmuch as it has struck mt  most forcibly of late that it is more  congenial to you to fann. the farmers  than to farm the farm.  I will now let you have the last say-  in  this  matter,   as   we   have  already  monopolized  too  much  space  in  our  local paper.      Your alertness of brain,  smartness, business sagacity, and mastery  of  language  by  p������--n  or mouth,  makes nie no match for you. Bnt as to  honesty of purpose and  sincere intention and ellnrt.   to  unite, promote and  help the inass-.of the  tillers of the soil  to come into  their  rightful  heritage,  Mr. Staples, 1 am your superior.     Bnt  you are young ;   in the prime of life ;  ih-i'd by ambition hut imbued with sel  llsli interests; while I am old and grey,  with tipent, force's.    IVrhapn when you  have  attained   my  ripe  age you will  find moro  satisfaction   in  taking part  in the uplift of yourfellowmen than in  solllsh pursuits. O. J. WltiKN.  WynntfeS  The baseball club dance on Saturday  night was voted by all as the very  best dance of tbe season. MUs Florence and Mrs. H. A. Bathie supplied  the music which was of the best while  the floor was ably managed by C. Ogilvie. The very dainty supper was  served by Mrs. H. A. and Misses F.  and M. Bathie on the plate system.  The floor was perfect and it was altogether a most successful affair. Ev-  ���������ppvbodv ho*r>es the ball club will put  on more dances of the same kind  shortly.  Wynndel ball team played Creston  again on Sunday last, and we are  sorry to report that Creston was again  victorious.  Messrs. John and H. A. Bathie, sr.  and jr., started on Tuesday by motor  boat on a three-day fishing trip to  Midge Creek.  E. S. Butterfield left on Tuesday for  Nelson, expecting to return Friday via  Balfour and Proctor.  F. Packman of Calgary is here on a  visit to his brother, H. F. Packman.  The dredge from Harrop is here  again to do some work for J. B. Winlaw. O, Ringheim towed it up the  channel with his motor boat, arriving  on Monday night.  M. Wigen is loading out a car cf  apple boxes fur Creston fruit Growers  Union. He has installed a printing  press for marking the boxes.  F. Price has the contract of clearing  two acres on the Anderson ranch. He  has moved into the old Bellamy shack  and has the job well under way.  E. Uri's house is nearing completion  and he expects to move in shortly.  Mr-Hagen and a crew of mon are  now working on the new road going  ;!^iSc������,i&^i^^H^fe^*^^ the -M. Hagen  and the-*--M. wigen ranches. All the  hay cutters"iirtfpleased to see this new  and regular road put in.  Mrs. Mosely of Bellvue, Alta., is visiting her sister-in-law, Mrs. R. Uri.  Mrs.  Hudd    left   on   Saturday  for .  Rochester, Minn., whers she is at the  Mayo Bros, hospital for treatment.  The United Farmers held a meeting  in the schoolhouse on Saturday night  with a fair turnout of members and a  full discussion of several business  matters. The meeting was requested  to appoint a new member of the Entertainment Committee in the place of  Miss D. Butterfield resigned. It was  decided to ask her to reconsider her  decision as everybody is well satisfied  with her work in that connection  and the association sorry that she  gave it up.  MiMli ('own Foit SAf.lv IRitt regis t  tu-ed thoroughbred Holstein cows  Good milkers, tor naie. ranpiii.:  Hodi'eiH, Creston.  i -i  ~VSm*m-.m    trmPrnm-BBBBB      ~-9G-HSB  The heavy hand of  the grim reaper  has again been laid on the Valley, the  summons  this  time   being to Mrs. A.  D. Pochin of Canyon City, who passed  away  at an  early hour   on   Sunday  night at. the age of 35 years.   Deceased  had not enjoyed the best of health tin-  past  few yeai-s  despite a  stay at the '  sanitarium at Kamloops. more than a  year's n-.-idenee in Arizona, a* well as  a trip to the old home in Englaiul last  year.    Deceased,   who   was originally  from London, had   been  a resident of  the Valley since 100ft. and enjoyed the  respect   and   friendship  nf  all,     Thc  funeral   was  on  Tuesday  to   Creston  cemetery,   Hev. J. S. Mahood   having  charge  of  the  burial   services, and a  hi*"!' turnout n. luu-jrhbors and friends  to pay their  last respects;   the esteem  in   which   deceased    was    held    being  strikingly shown  in  the inanv floral  trihutos.      The   pallbearers   were-   C.  Blair. K. VanAckeran, G. Leach, Guy  Browell. T.   Mawson. T.  Mickey.    Gin-  lit tie   daughter.   Helen,   and   the   bus-  t*..i������*.',1 ..v<* l-'ft to   ttieiuru theenrlv nas^  ing of a devoted   mother and wile and  in   their   sad   bfivavfincnt   they have  ! the true sympat hy t.f all.  lionsi; Foit Sam: Small, cheap for  ciii.h, weal::', both single and donhli**  and   under saddle, quiet; wonld make  . *,*.** 4 * .......  eeeeiei      p-ei.iv      |������������m������j. ...     ...    ....... j ,  KricUson.  .���������I  A  leniti-r   hle>s.M>tu    fade-el    freuu    our  midst:  >\\t-t-t   i.in,.,   ^.-tt. ,   ...  gracious vuiv������<  'mini  hear.  ltel  :u!lv s:is.::.e*:i.  u i-   l������������Ve:e]   l������>  I  ai  ���������1<*;U*.  A.L.  ^$IBi(yK9!S$&,&i'&^  ���������^���������^l-^a-%^1^  iwmkWmmmm  mm\tmW\m\mmmm%kl4:\m'*mm\,^h\\*mi^4.4-&\ttt<,i*l.������jU  ���������Bww^iriw*iw*wr*wff!wwff (wiitwpi1*' wwif  ?!**W*MWM'W-^^  BgB^M^wm^  *m0M~-*M*-vti#ttm<ii������i^ .M^x*.9M'fc^-������^eW**dAi,,  >\&mHf-iiii ijtii&t&au&frlmblfaWa-- jt-frma  ^i*-**-*..*^^ RirvTE^r,  rrv*ym  rsTON.  Crop Average and Crop Yield  Addressing the Canadian Club of  Rcgina during the week of the Provincial Exhibition, Dr. Tolmie, the  Dominion minister of agriculture,  laid emphasis upon the fact that, despite a steady and really large increase in acreage under cultivation in  Canada during the last leu years,  there had been a marked falling off  in yield per acre, with thc result that  tho. farm production of the country  had not grown iu volume to thc cx-  icnt that might have been-expected  from tho increase, in acreage placed  in crop.  Commenting on this disappointing  result thc Federal minister of agriculture said: "Au increase of three bushels -.o the acre in the production of  wheat in Canada would mean an annual increase of ovcr $118,00,000, and  over $500,000,000 could he added to  the wealth of thc country every year  ii" the farmers would exercise more  intelligence aud enterprise in thcir  agricultural  operations."  These are startling figures even in  this age" when we havc become accustomed to reckoning things in thc  millions of dollars. And Dr. Tolmie  was speaking* by the book- the official statistics of Dominion and provincial governments bear out the assertions he made.  It is assuredly in the iuiercst, not  only of the couniry as a whole, but  in the interest of the individual farmer that the causes of this decline in  yield per acre should hc ascertained  arid steps taken to check its further  pro stress and to bring about a steady  increase  in   vieid.    There  is  far  more  money annually in hail insurance  premiums, but the annual loss from  hail is hut small in comparison with  the annual loss resulting from the.  decreased yield because of weeds.  Thousands of dollars arc spent annually in fighting the gophers, and in  Manitoba and Saskatchewan this year  hundreds of thousands of dollars havc  been expended in the effort to overcome thc grasshoppers. And it has  all been money well spent. But year  after year weeds take a greater toll  than these pests without half the excitement or effort to eradicate them  and   slop   tiie  loss.  In many directions government  and farmers' organizations arc striving to improve the condition and advance the prosperity of the farmers,  but thousands of farmers are themselves neglecting a matter the control  of which is in thcir own hands. They  are growing weeds instead of wheat,  oats, barley aud flax. Where there  is an abundant crop of weeds there  cannot bc a heavy yield of grain.  Sooner or later the whole of Western  Canada will have to bestir itself in  connection with the weed problem,  and tlie sooner thc better for all concerned, and the cheaper in the long  run. Public opinion on the question  is sadly asleep with the result that a  weed official avIio proceeds to fearlessly do his duty quickly makes  himself a most unpopular individual.  Another difficulty to be found is  the weakness of so many men to acquire more land. More acreage seems  to be thcir ambition rather than more  o-j-nin, Tlin* -seem to bc hanoier with  50Q acres yielding 14 bushels to thc  acre, or 7,000 bushels, than with 350  acres yielding 20 bushels to thc acre,  or a like total crop of 7,000 bushels,  although it is cheaper to plow, seed,  harvest and thresh the 350 acre crop  than it is the 500 acre one, not to  speak of the capital tied up in the  larger acreage which, in reality, is  producing nothing. Men who arc  not tilling the land they havc as it  ought to be tilled, are constantly  mortgaging thcir future to buy more  land and more equipment to work  thai land. Such men are not farmers, but land speculators. The. West  needs more of intensive cultivation,  that is, better farming, rather than  more acres brought under the plow.  The Smallest Nation  Monaco Kas Thirty Square Miles of  Territory and 11,513  Inhabitants  Monaco is the smallest nation on  earth, according to statistics recently  gathered. The entire area of its territory is eight square miles, and the  population is 23,000. It is situated on  thc Mediterranean. The prince was  absolute ruler until 1911, when a representative government was set up.  San Marino claims to be the oldest  state in Europe. It has thirty square  miles of territory and 11,513 inhabitants. Lichtenstein, a small principality in the western border of Switzerland, has a population of only 10,-  716, while Andorra, located between  France,and Spain, has only 5,231 inhabitants. It is the smallest independent country as regards population.  SUMMER COMPLAINTS  KILL LITTLE ONES  At the first sign of illness during  the hot weather give the little ones  Baby's Own Tablets or in a few  hours he may be beyond aid. These  Tablets will prevent summer complaints if given occasionally to the  well child and will promptly relieve  these troubles if they come on suddenly. Baby's Own Tablets should  always be kept in every home where  there are young children. There is  no other medicine as good and the  mother has the guarantee of a government analyst that they are absolutely safe. The Tablets arc sold by-  medicine dealers oT by mail at 25  cents a box from The Dr. Williams'  Medicine Co., Brockville, Ont.  Three Thousand Still in Army  Three thousand men who served at  the front are still awaiting demobilization and it will be April before all  are out of uniform. In Great Britain  three hundred men are still engaged  looking after stores or attending the  operation of two military hospitals.  The war purchasing commission is  gradually disposing of about $6,000,-  000 of military stores. ^  ���������A  .'.: V *.  :":r.i:>**ly larger profits, in  yield   per  acre   than  in  islng     P.<-     number     of  whicb   produce   a   com*  ill  yield.  5.'-^r ���������-;���������.'��������� it e.*el    certain    n  -.    a    la-.-'.re    increase    in  Relief for Suffering Everywhere.���������  He whose life is made miserable by  the suffering that comes from indigestion and has not tried Parmeiee's  Vegetable Pills does not know how  easily this formidable foe can _ be  dealt with. These pills will relieve  where, others fail. They are thc result of long and patient study and  arc confidently put forward as a sure  corrector of disorders of the digestive  organs,   from  which   so  many   suffer.  ..*:.*.iucd  ��������� r  i   n.   more  r .'.'  .>���������'.    *" 1'  .,!  V  i-cond  . an  ���������       e-          ���������   -  cr  A>  ���������;   will  in-  i-   '.:-.-? ���������  r   ' :  ���������-���������!  .1.--.. Tl  ird.  < -��������� *  .���������'������������������-���������  ive   -t  oc.k  ,.i    .  j  '  up        *.;  \:ne"  :: ���������  :..*.h  : i: ��������� y -  D;-.  -.ich  j ter  . J!:  ,.   e  :.'���������<--     '-,  rain  our  England's Arable Area Increased  Since 1915 there has been a steady  increase in the arable area of England  ���������**������  due to the government policy of encouraging thc production of foodstuffs.  A record hay crop is expected this  year, but the outlook for the fruit  crop is poor. Of apples and pears  only 20 percent of the average is expected and the. small-fruit crops are  also below average.  Minard's  Liniment Relieves Distemper.  A Good Record  Granting that "we have had our off  years we should remember that the  average production of wheat per  acre in Canada for the last ten years  has been 19.25 bushels, while that of  the United States has been only 14.  72. And that, in spite of all the calamities which drought, hail, wind and  frost have brought us.  Cool and Heartless  "Woman 1    You   have    ruined    me  with yejtir extravagance.    I am penni-  li.*sr,.    There is only one place for me  now.    Good-bye.    I'm goingl"  "Wi.ere?"  "To   lhe;   river!"  ���������"���������'���������i.:ost       "Weli,   you'll   he   passing   the  post-  ���������].. V. '*. .1   i oi'Tii e*.    Do you mind posting this lct-  :.*.;>:*���������     of    ',/' rp  Overdressed Youth: "Here is a ha*  penny for you, my man, and pray  tell me how you came to be so miserably poor."  Mendicant: "Ah, sir! I was like  you���������too fond of giving large sums of  money to thc deserving-poor!"  The High Price of Sugar  malar; one welcomes foods which  ?ire ri'jh in nat.tirnl sweelness.  nt  in  hi  the ready-cooked cereal  requires no aonea sw-'^ttuun^, nn it couUiU*^  its own pure pjaui iu^ar, <.]������.���������; v<:loj>ed from wli-out  wvl \mr\f.y \>y twenty houm  baking.  fM/i-inUJo Crap."..: rJ:it:; over rip'5 fruit or berries  r,r\r\   -rf,*i'*\   ',���������<*���������������/.n   iftlffir,  Montreal, May #29th, '09.  Minard's Liniment Co., Limited.  Yarmouth, N. S.  Gentlemen,���������I beg to let you know  that I have used MINARD'S LINIMENT for some time, and I vfind it  the best I have ever used for the  joints and muscles.  Yours  very  truly,  THOMAS  J.   HOGAN.  The  Champion  Clog  and  Pedestal  Dancer of Canada.  Hens Must Work  Tt in n Poor Hen That Will Not Pay  For Her Own  Feed  The United Fanners of West Zor-  ra, Oxford county, intend to stand no  further nonsense, from the class of  hens known to the poultry world as  "star boarders." A hen-culling campaign throughout the whole township  >.111 bi'.'viu, and thc ottorc birds thrit  refiifie to do a decent stint of work  will have to go into thc pot or the  oven, where they will nerve a useful  ipo;;e.  A ���������  tunc  it   13  poor  EPSKDABLE  tires, like good  roads, always pay ������ok  ���������themselves many times  ���������over.     *^������.  Partridge Tires have  a supreme hand-built  dependability which  makes them savers o2  jdcljaris, times fifU* iii���������"~  convenience. They are  Suality from tread ta  lie inside of the casing.  C~ri of  Fabric  ���������&mem Their Name  There  is   Only  One  Difference  Between These Houses���������That is  These houses were built at the same time and cost  the same. The contractor built one for Harry Duncan.  Seeing thc good value for renting prospects, the contractor built a second house and -rented, it to Tom Sinclair.  Harry Duncan owns his own home; he takes pride  in it; keeps it looking fine. His monthly payments are  less than Tom Sinclair's rent���������which house would you  prefer? Tom Sinclair has no interest in his house; he  wouldn't improve it for someone else, and now after  five years rent collecting the contractor is selling the  housc. Tom Sinclair must move, although he has paid  enough in rent to buy the house.  There ia thc difference between renting and owning������������������  there is thc difference between spending and investing.  YOU   CAN   BE   AN   OWNER  See your nearest lumber dealer���������see him now. Secure a copy of "Better Buildings" and know what beauty  and convenience, combined with economy, will do for  you through the lumber dealer's help. He has plans,  specifications, working drawings and full particulars to  give you���������free.    See him today.    BUILD NOW.  This Advertisement is inserted by the  Lumber Manufacturers of  Western Canada  %S0������Z~  n^Tniiii.0 iioyiz-yipysy  Half Section at $130 Acre  A record price for land twenty-  five miles from Regina in the Petise  district is reported in the sale of a  half section for $33,000, or a little  better than $130 an acre.  ���������ei  hrn that will not pay for her own  feed, and the present high cost of  living   f>.*.*   e hh.Iien***   ha**   ni.ulc   It   hu-  |iri.lUvC I..*;. no UlCie.) bllaU Uy,  shown   tlu-  inicH   that   will   uiA   |;IvV.   ail  adequate return for what they take  hi.    It Is u case of the -survival ot tiie  fitteiit, directed hy human Intelligence  ii.^t. ;nt of ii4.luiut Hclcciiuii.*-���������'i'uionio  (ilobo.  vv.  11.  u.  u~~  Miller;* Worm Towders destroy  worms without any inconvenience to  the child, and so effectually that thcy  \su-~~ fiuiu Ihv, body unperccived.  They are not ejected in their entirety  but are ground up and pais away  through the excreta. Thcy thoroughly cleanse the stomach and bowcla,  und leave them in a condition not  favorable to worms, and there will be  no revival of thc pcsl.s.  1 IIC     LiCV.illji     KCl'iilC     i;,     yi..y.     tj i      illy  oldest implement*; used by man. Bone  (specimens have been found iu thc  rcindi;er caves ot Prance.  "Playine thc Game"  "Did yuh get anything?" whispered  the burglar on guard, as his mate emerged from the window.  "No! I didn't! This dump belongs  to a lawyer.  "Gee! that's hard luck!" said the  first. Then, as an afterthought: "But  did you lose  anything?"  Minard's Liniment Relieves Diptheria  Pi;;co:.5 carried 709 i:i'-������:if;("i for  the U.A.I**", between April, 1'MR, nnd  the armistice,    often    taviniC    human  UVC'J    UIU1    V.eill.li'le-    .m ���������.-���������.em....  When a man has so much confidence in his automobile that he  thinks it can lick n locomotive in a  grade crossing encounter he isn't  much  of a life insurance  risk.���������New  Vork   World.  tHMfcU HI   HUH ~m~*-)x T1������ '"   BUfrc<'  mz" itoh"riiir"jfit������i*-ii-  liiK, or Jiolrnet-  lui; l'lh::*. ti.  '.'. -.'. t* .'** t rt n l. 'ti...**.  ���������Ittee'n   re-e'lltrril.  l)r. ���������OIhi*.***-*.'***- Olntmont will re-llr-vei yem ut on<-<������  uiul uKe-rd IuiUiih; teniieilll. COo. u l>*>:.; -.)l  elealftrii, or Ketmanmi*,  lint*:* t- <X, Uu.;'-* ������.  'A'..it>lit<..    M.Uiejile*. V.ax. fre*������ If   y"'l mention thei  ��������� i>mj>i:i' line* ������>e������i.4<������i������>j mt��������� ....n- y~ ������-���������-* ������ - ���������-   ���������  Ei     m m   Bi Ami m  "~"'{"   ���������'-iit'~r-*U*'- -���������  ���������  i^j'^M*-***^^  ftWSgeWltfftii^^  jgi&jiKI-^^  K-^-^^f^^^^iU THE     EEVTEW.     CRESTON,     B.     0.
itain ksiitc
Release Strike leader "
Great  Britain  and   Allies   May
Forced to Declare War
On Russia
London.���According "to the Herald-
Premier Lloyd George, during a conversation with M. Krassin and Kani-
eineff, presented an ultimatum to the
Bolshevik representatives demanding
an immediate and Unconditional cessation of the Russian advance into
Poland, even before -signing an armistice, or otherwise Great Britain
would declarc-'war.
The newspaper declared that thc
British note sent to Russia is of a
threatening  character. ������-
The Daily Mail also reports that
the note is in the nature of an ultimatum. "It says plainly," assc/ts
the newspaper, "that Poland is being
over-run, and if, instead of hastening
an armistice, the Bolsheviki armies
continue to advance, the situation
foreseen in the note of July 20.. will
have arisen, and Great Britain and
her Aiiies will bc obliged to assist in
thc support of Poland."
The Daily Mail also declares that
the Prime minister indulges in-Some
frank talk about the Red advance, to
Kameneff and Krassin.
Winnipeg Labor Men Obtain Freedom of John Farnell
Winnipeg.��� John Farnell, one of
the Winnipeg strike leaders who was
given a prison term of nine months
for seditious utterances, is to be released at once. News to this effect
was contained in a telegram received
by E. Robinson, . secretary of the
Trades and Labor Council, from Tom
Moore, president of the Trades Congress, who  stated that he had been
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tary. of state that a wire had been
sent to Winnipeg ordering Farnell's
release forthwith.
Farnell has been in jail for about
six months, so that three months are
being lopped off his sentence.
The news comes as the culmination
of quiet but effective work of the
labor leaders to get Farnell out of
jail in view of the poor health of his
wife and the baby that was born after
the father was imprisoned.
Scores Sir Eric Geddes
Jellicoe Declares That Latter  Made
Complete Fiasco of the
Admiralty Plans
London.���Lord Jellicoe's new war
book, which discusses the administration of the British admiralty, has
created some sensation by its disclosures affecting Sir Eric Geddes as
First Lord of the Admiralty.
Lord Jellicoe's book says Sir Eric
appointed hordes of civil officials, incurred huge expense, disorganized
the admiralty in the mist of the submarine war and then made a complete fiasco of the admiralty's building program, which was his especial
care. It is pointed out that Sir Eric's
achievements as minister of transports has been the exact counterpart
of  this.
Propose Stiff Penalties
$2,000 Fine or Jail for Intemperance
In Ontario
Toronto.���It is believed that as an
outcome of a conference held at the
parliament buildings between Police
Magistrate George T. Dennison, of
this city, and Attorney-General W.
E. Raney, that $2,000 fines for breaches of the Ontario Temerance Act, as
well as imprisonment may become-
fairly common in the Toronto police
court. So far, heavy fines are uncommon.
It is understood that Magistrate
Dennison was instructed on lines
similar to the notices sent out by the
attorney - general to the magistrates
throughout the province to the effect
that prevention, not revenue, was the
object of prosecutions for breaches
of the Ontario Temperance act, and
suggesting imprisonment as a means
to this end. .
Wheat Certificates
Winnipeg.���The first payment of a
participation certificate issued by the
Canada Wheat board has been made.
Approximately 900,000 certificates
havc been issued, it is said, and the
first participation is at the rate of
30 cents per bushel. A second payment of at least ten cents per bushel
is expected. The first disbursement
. will amount to $30,000,000 or $35,000-
000, according to members of thc
wheat board.
Germans Arc   Building   Airship    To
Equal the Finest Ocean
' Liners
Pa'ris.���The giant new trans-Atlantic air line which German private
enterprise   is   planning   to   establish
will be operated with dirigibles greater than any which have heretofore
been flown. They will have 300 cabins, each with two beds, and will be
equipped with kitchens, lounging saloons and promenades, the equal of
those provided on the finest ocean
It was learned here that the ships
will be from the basic designs of the
German inventor, Boerner, whose
crafts were said to be the models of
the R-34���the ship in which British
airmen sailed across the Atlantic
oceari and back last summer.
The new dirigibles are to be 800
feet long, 80 feet wide and 100 feet
high. The envelope will be semirigid, and the car will extend almost
the entire length of the ship. Motive
power will be furnished by 34 gasoline motors, each of either 150 or 200
horsepower, arranged so the ship can
be navigated in all directions, without
employment o�� ballast. The arrangements are such that a complete power
breakdown or an explosion will bt
The dirigibles will be equipped to
make a 4,000 mile non-stop flight at
an average speed of 68 miles pet
hour. The dirigibles will be designed
to land in water, and in that element
will have a speed of 35 miles. The
flight time from Germany to New
York will be approximately 50 hours.
Herr Colsman, director to the Zeppelin factories, will be the general
manager of the new enterprise.
Send Greetings to Britain
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Sixth Anniversary of
Entry into War
New York.���Greetings on the sixth
anniversary of Great Britain's entry
into the war were cabled to Field;
Marshal Earl Haig and Admiral Sir '
David Beatty by Franklin D'Olicr,
national commander of thc American
"Honor to thc statesmen who had
the courage to assume responsibility
of that decision," reads the message.
"Honor to the British Millions who
with valor unsurpassed and 'hearts of
oak,' executed that decision on Britain's many fronts. When we contemplate what would have been the
state of affairs in the world today had
not Britain acted as she did, thc trials
and difficulties of the present hour,
however vexatious they may seem
now to be, sink into comparative in-
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"United States forces have had the
privilege of seryice on land and sea
under British high command. The
memories of the associations of these
great days will never perish. They
will perpetuate themselves in our
hearts and thus serve to perpetuate
the indissoluble friendship of the
British and American peoples.
tV-Juo iiiiLLlUiid
���    TA Rt?��FN!iF
A   100   PER    CENT.    INCREASE
Damage from Hessian Fly
Japan Puts Larger Forces in Korea
Tokio. ��� Japan will increase her
garrison forces in Korea by 4,800
men, owing to thc unsettled conditions, it was announced here.
Faint and Dizzy Spells.
Weakness and
Shortness of Breath.
Ontario Counties Report Damage to
Fall Wheat From
-Pest    -
Toronto.���Serious damage has been
done to fall wheat crop by the Hessian fly, in a number of counties in
the southwestern section" of this province, according to reports received
by the Ontario department of agriculture. Reports from Norfolk state
that' some fields there suffered from
40 to 50 percent of damage from the
insect. Barley has headed well, but
thc straw is short. Oats promise a
generous yield with plenty of straw.
Spring wheat has not done so well
as the other grains mentioned. Owing to continued catchy weather, a
good deal of hay is still lying in the
fields and as a result there will be
considerable poorly-cured clover and
With the Gentle Bolsheviki
You can generally tell when the
heart is affected by thc faint and diz-
sy spells, thc shortness,of breath, palpitation, throbbing, irregular beating,
nmothcring sensations, weak, sinking,
nll-gonc feeling, choking sensation,
Many men and women become
rundown and worn out when otherwise thcy could be strong and healthy
if they would only pay some attention
to the first sign of heart weakness.
No remedy will do so much to
make the heart regain strength and
vigor, regulate its beat and restore
it to n licalthy and normal condition
as Miiburn's Heart and Nerve Pills.
Mrs. C A. S. Drake, Paiir-*, Out.,
writes:���"I havc need on towards the
���second box of Miiburn's Heart and
Nerve l'ills and hnd thcy have done
me good. I hacMhosc fainting, dizzy
���pells, once in a while, and also weakness and shortness of breath, and
would heroine co choked un at times
1 could hardly sleep without sitting
up in he-el. When walking too fast
1 would have to stop and try to catch
my in e.atli. 1 leel a lot better since
I havc used your pills and know that
they have helped mc wonderfully ~,~
1   iii-vr.   improve-i   very   much."
Price  5Uc.  a box ut  all  dealers   or
mailed   direct   on   -cccil'l   ui   |>iicc   uj/
'J'. Milburn Co., Limited, Toron-
Wearing of a White Collar Results
In A Death Warrant
Allcnstcin, East Prussia.��� Threats
by thc Russian soviet forces to execute instantly any civil or military
subjects of thc allied owcrs who pass
the frontier, are reported by refugees
arriving here from thc region to thc
east being occupied by the Russians.
This has caused the inter-allied com-
mission in thc district, to announce
no person will for any reason be permitted to enter thc Russian controlled zone.
The refugees declare that the Bolshcviki are shooting all landowners
and property holders and others suspected of having money. The wearing of n -white rollnr of nny sort ii
sufficient evidence for a death warrant. Officials of the inter-allled
commission declare that the majority
of th*":;', report r: rtr��* supported by
circumstances indicating thcir truth.
Man Without a Country
Premier Hughes Will Prevent Return
Of Mannix to Australia
London.���Messages from Australia
quote Premier Hughes as saying that
Archbishop Mannix would not be allowed to return to Australia.
��� In an address at Melbourne, Australia, Premier Hughes severely attacked the archbishop, whom, he declared, was responsible for much of
the present sectarian bitterness now
prevailing in that country. Mr.
Hughes stated that -Archbishop Mannix docs not represent Australia or
the Irish nor any other question, and
is the acknowledged Sinn Fein leader
in Australia.
Coast to Coast hy Plane
Progressing   With    Survey   of   The
Cross Canada Air
Winnipeg.��� Surveying of a coast
to-coast, aerial route for commercial
aviation, recently undertaken by the
Dominion government, is practically
completed in certain districts and
within a year's time, trans-Canada
flying will be inaugurated, according
to the statement of Major R. D.
Hobbs, inspector of civil aviation, of
Ottawa, who has arrived in the city.
Major Hobbs said that the development of commercial aviation is dependent on a through route from
coast to coast. The most difficult-
stretch of country between Winnipeg
and Sudbury is almost completed.
"When we have covered the mountain passes and found adequate landing stages, the surveys will be almost
completed. Within a year's time we
should have a regular coast to coast
passenger service," he declared.
Some   Tangible   Evidence   Of   What
New Taxation Scheme is  *"
Bringing in
Ottawa.��� The effect of Canada's
new luxury taxes are somewhat clearly shown in the excise tax figures
available. These taxes include luxury,
sales, and manufacturers' tax and
while it is impossible to give exact
figures on the actual amount of luxury tax, it is safe to say that already
several millions have been added to
the country's income as a result of
Sir Henry Drayton's 1920 budget.
Collections from all sources of the
inland revenue branch* for July
amounted to $9,982,051 as compared
with $4,3567452 for the corresponding
month of last year or an increase of
$5,269,599, which is more than one
hundred percent increase.
On the excise tax side the amount
collected last month totalled $6,944,-
457 as compared with $969,299 for the
same month last year. This is another abnormal increase which reflected the effect of this year's legislation.
Murders in New York
Good Fishing Season
Record for First Six Months Shows
Increase  Over Last
Ottawa.��� Canadian fisheries, both
in amount of product and value, made
a good record for the first six months
of the year ending June 30. Sea fish
landed on both coasts amounted to
2,837,424 cwt.,'valued at $10,564,146.
For the same period last year the
catch totalled 2,546,773 cwt, valued
at $9,939,495 or $1,170,651 less than
for the first six months of the present year.
Of the total catch for the six
months 1,974,362 cwt., valued at $7,.
294,459 were taken from the Atlantic
and 862,962 cwt., valued at $3,269,687
from  the   Pacific.   .
High  Wnces  Hitf:  Farmers
Monlic.ii.- - i u.H llicic k, .l ti.tHL.Liy
of ap.nculhual labor, and further that
��urh labor as is offered, commands
tin-heard  of wages, was  the  concen-
���iu.'-.  of  opinion   of   th*-  mnny  farmer-i
r*. ��v       1 . tt��     .. .i  ���.. .
WHO    IIICI    ill      OL,       l*neim.ie,       ail.* ***** i
cennitv, e>u  th.- e>e*i\iLion   of a demon-
���Rtration of labor saving haying madi-.
Polish Army Demoralized
Bolshevik Columns Enveloping War
Baw From the North
Paris.���The Bolshevik forces apparently havc scored a great military
victory ovcr the Poles, who arc reported to havc been forced, to abandon the Bug River line and "possibly
will be compelled to relinquish Warsaw.
According to thc latest reports to
reach Paris, the Polish army, for thc
time being at least, has gone to
pieces and the Bolshevik columns,
advancing in echelon in accordance
with approved German technical atyle
arc enveloping Warsaw simultaneously from the north and cast. Thc Bug
River line, Poland's Marne, has gone
almost without a fight, compelling
thc Poles to make a rapid retreat and
shorten their front, which some of
thr military expert*-? believe will be
likely to bring thc Poles into thc Vistula and San Rivero, and involve thc
abandonment of half of thc country
tn thr invaders.
Homicide Record of 52 Murders In
Seven Months Is
New York. ��� Fifty-two murders
have been committed in New York
city during the seven months Bince
January 1, setting a homicide record
unparalleled in many previous years,
it was stated at the district attorney's office.
In the six convictions returned in
these cases, none havc been for murder in the first degree, in 16 of the 52
murders no arrests havc been made.
Druggists Warned
Toronto. ��� Druggists have been
warned by the Ontario college of
pharmacy, than any druggist convicted of contravention of the Ontario
Temperance act, will lose his certificate and be prevented from acting as
a member, director or shareholder of
any incorporated company dealing in
drugs or medicines in Ontario.
Remarkable   Cures   in   the  Worst
Cases  Reported   Daiiy
Freight  Increas In U.  S.
Washington.��� Thc American travelling and (-shipping public may expect to begin paying thc increased
j^n-o-M-ifYriV fares nnd freight rate��
authorized by the interstate commia-
nloii Atnju.-.t 26, the ��.iilroad.s havc
W.      N.     U.
May Sit in West
Railway Commission Likely to Hold
Sessions in Both East
And West
Ottawa.���In addition to thc opening hearing by thc railway commission of thc application of thc express
companies for an increase of forty
percent, in rates to be held at Toronto, on September 2, the board has
decided to have other sittings, both
in Eastern and WcBtcm Canada. The
dates and places where evidence will
be taken will be announced later.
In connection with the objection
taken to thc proposal to confine the
hearing of the application of thc
railways for thirty percent increase
to be held at Bittings in Ottawa, it
lo probable that thc board will give
consideration to the west also, and
make an announcement nt an early
Turks Agai-mt Greelrr.
Constantinople.���Turkish National-
uilat force:; opened �� hitter offensive i
ngain.it the Greeks along a (sixty mile
front i*1 A lilt Minor on Monday. Thr
hattie line extends along the U.igd.id
railroad wentward from Ku'.wiiu to
Cures Without Using Drugs
Dostors now advocate an entirely
new method for treating bronchitis
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'���'���^-''.-���--J,t^fl(ttortJH;Ks*t;.-* tttitiA on  THE CBESTCS BEVEBW  THE CRESTON REVIEW  Issued every Friday at Creston, B.C.  Subscription : $2 a year in advance.  S2-50 to U.S. points.  C. P. Hayes, Editor and Owner,  OBESTON, B,C.# FRIDAY, AUG. 20  __���������._.SUja    Bmj  %  -~fST*-9-9  In theWigen-Staplea-Fruit-Com-  pany-Nash organization controversy  which has made highly interesting  reading in our last couple of issues  THE BnviBvv has no desire to join  further than to call attention to an  injustice Mr. Wigen has unwittingly, we feel sure, done the latter concern insofar as its operations at  this end of the Valley are concerned  up to the present.  The import of Mr. Wigen's article would seem to he to create the  impression that the Nash outfit is  none other than a wolf in sheep's  clothing seeking whom it might devour in the way of co-operative  fruit selling organizations.  As to the Nash designs and accomplishments in eliminating united  selling effort by growers in other  parts for the purpose of this article  we are not concerned, but it is only  fair to point out that in 1917 when  Creston Fruit Growers Union con  nected up with the Mutual Brokors  to do the sailing of the Union output the Union was in about its  worst shape���������financially and in  some   other  ways.      Stockholders  -  will have no trouble recalling the  estimated value of their shares at  that time, and the back debts to  wholesalers and growers still unliquidated.  If the Nash house���������of whom the  Mutual Brokers are western Canada  representatives���������are (or were) the  co-operative - marheting smashing  combination Mr. Wigen alleges  how comes it that they so obligingly co-eperated with the Union at a  time when the putting of it out cf  business could have been the more  easily and  more or less painlessly  seems to us the "Valley is to be congratulated rather than commiserated with on such an occurrence.  The Valley's output has now reached the point when, rival selling  agencies were bound to open for  business, and if opposition there  must be far better to have the  competition of a man you know���������  and one who has, also, a growers'  interest in the commnnity���������than  go up against a non-interested  stranger, particularly if such opposition is of the deeigning sort Mr.  Wigen pictures the Nash people in-  ~x.t .*.;   Svidence that the Nash organization if not quite the destructive  force in marketing operations that  Mr. Wigen opines is furnished in  the Okanagan where they have  been operating for three or four  years and where the O.U.G. and  other co operative concerns are still  getting their full share of that section's steadily increasing output.  For at least the past two seasons on-the-spot opposition for the  handling of the Valley crop has  been mooted. That a concern of  excellent financial standing and the  extensive western connection of the  Staples Fruit Company should be  that competitor should be a matter  of satisfaction to growers and the  community alike.  Possibly not  this year, but cer-  tm-        -m.-..~-xmmm-      -*m-tA*~  53   GVGry aii vim*  u  accomplished.  Just what the Nash connection  meant to Union growers is indicated in the financial statements for  1917, 1918 and 1919���������the latter  year showing Union shares worth  almost double par value, an almost  unexcelled credit rating, a cash surplus and  reserve  totalling almost  SKlftfin     m.xA      ������Urt      nivv-vctfrtrv-lrtv-t    4\vo4,  *\PJ\\/,\.*J\J^     C0tlXJL *JXt*m        L3LmXltKDXV.%d*JXy.XX       X XMI0.~  comes  of  knowing   that   growers  were   promptly   paid   prices  that  equalled if not excelled every dis  trict in B.O.  For some assistance rendered in  bringing about this fortunate state  of affairs some measure of commendation is surely due the Nash organization by the growers at this  end of the Valley.  As to the status of the Staples  Fruit Company Mr. Staples has  stated ihe case effectively in his re- j naiiuy in x~*.'t-x  ply to Mr. Wigen. Insofar as their J cation that there will be both room  opening in business here goes it and welcome for two selling agencies. With about ten years' previous and, in the main, successful experience to their credit the old-established houses need have little  worry as to the future. While  there may be no sentiment in business, experience both here and elsewhere has shown that given equal  service the old time house has seldom failed to more than hold its  own. And in the accommodation  of patrons none should be better  able to serve and hold friends than  a share-holding cp-operative organization surely.  x~i���������s��������� ;_ iaoi-  ������.t ~  t)lltSS*D  mrxk 6 ���������*���������  viinnli  dd   illSglllSiPd  Both haying and the heavy hauling season  in other lines are about here and before commencing these operations you are almost sure  to require outfit of some sort, in the Harness  line.    Possibly you ought to have '���������  Collars ��������� Lines ��������� Sweat Pads  Saddle Pads ��������� Riding Bridles  Bits  Snaps  or any thing of this spit drop in here and secure your every requirement at the right price  and goods that will stand the wear and tear.  Hardware & Furniture Supply  i-4   i nnvr.  -VM- *\t*   m mtrni^    -~f     ~~.     Mmf  Company  Manager  IXA-E  m  1  Bma* ^tn niilWIIIllliiei  j������2& BTJSfr  <������������^������ --C-xjL gh-qp  B  1  LAST   SUMMER  tXtSJpjf-VC.^^:     xZxSmp   m  &>370.000.  A LITTLE CARt WOULD HAVt ;^VLL> iHto  .*���������*���������*.-jtlW.HVmtfnH,  ...^.���������.Mgi^  ddmt.  mummr  Board ot Trade  For the first time almost of record  both the president and secretary were  absent from a board of trade session  and for the August meeting, on the  10th inst., it was needful for Vice-  President Beyan to assume charge,  with S. A. Speers taking the minutes,  and rather a bliin attendance.  Amongst the correspondence was a  letter from the C.P.R. superintendent  at Cranbrook stating that after careful investigation he had found that  the quantity of livestock shipped from  Creston did not warrant the expense  of putting a water service in the cattle  corrall. Too, he was of opinion that  in view of the growth of the Valley's  population the prospect was for all  local cattle being needed for home  consumption.  For the executive 8. A. Speers reported that a meeting had been held  at which the question of joining up  with the Bust Kootenay A-stsociated  Board of Trade had been very thoroughly discussed and thcir recommendation was that the Oreston board  should affiliate. A motion to this  effect was made which on being put  resulted in a tie vote and vice-president Bovan'n aye was required to  sanction thc nulliatian with the new  organization.  The water notices of O. P. Hill  asking for permission to take and use  1*000O.S.F. of water from two different  points of diversion on the Goat River  resulted in the Hecjetary being instructed to enter a protest against the  issuance of these licenses, if the granting of them will interfere with tho  proposed Valley irrigation scheme  which will tup Goat Kiyor at a point  somewhere in the same neighborhood  im Mr. Hill asks periiiissiou to divert  it.  The recent impoHitlon of nominal  Mint, on at leant half n dozen AU-erta  iiiMeiiHth who tailed to report Uiun*  entry   into    ll.C at  any   of  the  pro-  -.'inriul     police    ofllct-H     I'CHUlted     il)    ll  motion that Mr. McMynn, the chief of  ���������j'-e.vieie iul police, he wiitten to nug-  ���������'e'Ht'-i*-* that notice-- culling attention  te*. thin registration regulation he  pe-ieted in all garagei-i nnd other public  ti.    lee,111  TO FARMERS  &.     Sa-srsntfS     A mx\a^.^mtl.      Sea     ISL-  49s.     rx      0rtrrtxst.r\ .  -  ���������        e~ .. ~--dVmt  . *w������rf*t>������  started you c������Bvt stop it growing.   -.  Don9! run risks by keeping money around  the house������ Place it in a Savings Account  with this Bank, where it will always he sale.  Interest paid at current rate. ������*  C9 -CANADA..  CRESTON BRANCH,  C. W. ALLEN, ��������� ��������� ��������� . ��������� . ^Stt-ta-gdf.  wamammam  -,������������������ ,4. n������|,,M  erwear  'or the Summer  in the famous Watson's and  Penman's manufacture.  LADIES'VESTS  Short Sleeves at 35c., 45c, 55c, 95e.  Extra large size 80c.  Sleeveless style 35c., 45c, 55c, 75c, 95c.  Combinations at $1. $1.50, $1.85.  Boys' Combination Balbriggan  U ndersuits  Sizes 22, 24, 26, 28, 30, 32  at $1.00  Men's Balbriorcran Shirts and  Drawers at $1.00,  Men's Combinations  A variety of styles and materials at  2.00, 2.50, 3.85 to $6.00 per suit,  ���������*v*  /���������jf ���������-*.-*���������?<."->-':-   ���������<;>���������������������������*,���������  Creston Mercantile Company  LIMITED  We are carrying a full line of Fruit      1  Packages of all kinds.  Haul what vou require early to enable us  J JX . J  to keep a constant supply on hand.  estoBi Fruit Growers Union  LIMITED  0.0404mem.440440{.0y������i000m0m0m00mim    n.   - - ���������   i.   .���������'-.-  1.  SAVE and PROSPER  The companions of Victory are  Work ~-~-L\ Thrift. Tf the people of  Canada practise these essentials, our  great problems of reconstruction can  bc settled to the mutual benefit of all.  V3A  Don't waste! Save and prosper.  THE CANADIAN BAHK  pAjnjjp CAPITA1-      -        -        *l 5 oon ono  RESERVE FUND - - $15;O0O;C00  CRESTON BRANCH, C G. Bennett, Manager.  I  hUU-H eef till' |-l-tvil-(*i'll lle'llll'llli y���������  I      ���������Pf-asa  -.- ...-. ������������������_ . M  *sKS tsssstjismutmaattiisimiim  SSS5B!S!^*'w,5StS  i#*t^#^  HwSHffi^ffi^al  IWwrWJ|W'^B������ai<jj*jil|ry  ���������0^10000.-140010010. **.*������������- ximi utmjrmMi 040m���������t~x-~i ���������t nx H*fcUittM������H* THE CBES20K  BEVIEW  WATER  DIVERSION AND USE  WATER NOTIGE  DIVERSION AND USE  Take notice that Charles Plummer  Take notice that Charles Plummer  Hin   who8e   address   is   1  Hill,   whose  address   is i   iue-wre-spr  street, Montreal* will apply for  Street. Montreal, will apply for ft he-  onspi tn j.Akft a,-*^ use 1000 cubic ft>  ense to take and use 1000 cubic ^feet  Atihe  ������-mmmeri     "The  Trap," which,; comes  to  the  McGregor  Peekin Theatre to-morrow night wath  ���������ftSr^lir I Olive Te".   in the   le&dins?  role   was  ior  a-nc-   *v������������.������������������   -.---   --     -       r,   !   i    ���������. . ,    '  . ~. ��������� .IV ---    S^i-���������        --    *' ��������� ���������   II11TQ ������   Ll * III        I.11K5 XV~~tyXtXMtX * tl.tr -..   .���������  ������~���������  per second of water out of Goat River,  whioh flows southerly and drains into  Duck Lakeabout four miles south of  Sirdar, B.C.   The water will be  diverted from the stream at  a  point  about nine miles north of Kitchener  Townsite, and will be used for power  purposes upon the mine described as  the Hill Iron Claims, more particularly  described   in   Schedule   below.     1 his  notice was posted on the ground on  the 31st day of July, 1920.   A copy of  this notice ana an application pursue  ant thereto and to the Water Act,  1914, will be filed in the office^of the  Water Recorder at Neison. B.-o.   Uu-  iections to the application may be filed  with the said Water Recorder or with  the Comptroller of Water Rights, Parliament    Buildings,   Victoria.    B-L.,  V-ttoy,   vxr   mtx^xr   xm... ^  second of water.out of Goat Riyer,  whieh flows southerly and drains into  Duck Lake, about four miles south of  Sirdar, B.C, The water will be diverted from the. stream at a point  about a quarter of a mile upstream  the fact that it was written by  Richard Harding Davis, the master  of the dramatic situation, assisted oy  Jules Eckert Goodman.  The   action   in "The   Trap," a Universal production, takes place in the  J.��������� m -0 ������... At-H ���������-.1 j-m       mr-.mdx.l-x J*\   .������   -fT L-���������  .1 X-    .t-id 0m.--   *-\..d~x    m-x-xtxmx     iiriH     XTTt-XYY-. CkYt     XrmlWlf.  noses upon the "mine described as'the  Hill Iron   Claims,  more particularly  described  in   Schedule, below.    This  . notice was posted on the ground on  j the 2nd day of August, 1920,     A copy  ' of this notice and an  application pursuant thereto and to the Water Act,  1014, will  be filed in the office of the  Water Recorder at Nelson, B.C.    Objections to the application may be tiled  with the said Water Recorder or with  the   Comptroller  of    Watf������r  Rights,  "*"?". r"---������-   -;-..     ft   .   ,���������  i Parliament Buildings, Victoria, B.C.,  within thirty days after the first ap-   wkhin  thirty days after fche first ap-  pearanceof this��������� noUceui a local.news-1 pearance cf this notice in a local newspaper.   The date of the first publication of this notice is August 6, 1920.  ^  P.HILL. Applicant.  A. M, YOUNG, Agent.  i\J    \/M.      VtllU     m-Mivt^0,m-v-tm~      ._,     -m. --      _  paper.   The date of the first-publication of this notice is August 6, 1920.  C. P, HILL, Applicant.  By G. A. M. YOUNG, Agent.  r>��������� rs.  xjy   -LA.  SCHEDULE.  Names of mineral claims included  in the Hill Iron Claims:  Emerald  Fraction,  Crown  Granted Mineral  Claim. , _   .  Morning Glory. Crown Granted Mineral Claim  Rattler  Rambler  Agnes  Emerald  Emperor  Czar  Czar Fraction  Great Expectations Mineral Claim.  Jolly Boy " ���������  Tom Sawyer  Ronghing It "  Lorna Doone "  Kelvin Grove "  Huckleberry Finn "  Agamemnon .        ���������   ������������������-    ���������  Enniscourthy "  V ��������� Jlx-rrxxZrtv, **  .zittttj tX0.\rt������  Leander "  Hellespont "  Tristram Shandy "  Constellation "  Orion  Ardromeda "  Perseus "  Argo  All of which said Mineral Claims are  situated on Iron Mountain, near Kitchener, B.C.  SCHEDULE.  Names of mineral claims included  in the Hill- Iron Claims:  Emerald Fraction,  Crown. Granted Mineral  Claim.  Morning Glory, Crown Granted Mineral Claim.  Rattler  Rambler  Agnes "  Emerald  Emperor "        " "  Czar  Czar Fraction " "  Great Expectations Mineral Claim.  Jolly Boy  Tom Sawyer "  Roughing It "  Lorna Doone "  Kelvin Grove *'  Hucklebeery Finn "  Agamemnon "  Enniscourthy "  Endymion *'  Leander *'  Hellespont "  Tristram Shandy  Constellation "  Orion  Andromada "  Perseus "  Argo  Ail ot which said Mineral Claims are  situated on Iron Mountain, near Kitche-  - ner, B.C..  piUUVAa^C^V.^.        Uxrxr.tx m ^ ���������- __ _  the habits of the men and women who  went there to cajole the yellow harpy,,  gold, are portrayed with intense realism, it is said.    The subsequent events  which transpire in New York, .reflect i  tbe plot strength of the Davis story.  In bas-relief to the plot and action are  the photographical -possibilities present when depicting homes of wealth.  The aggressive methods of the men  who' vie with each   other for a  place  in   New   York's   business   world, are  faithfully portrayed".  The story concerns Jean Carson,  played by Miss Tell, a New York  school teacher, who,goes to Klondike  with her father, and there becomes  associated with three men who profess  to love her. Two of the men are  brothers, one of whom is t������-ue hearted  and the other a blackguard and a  bigamist. A New York broker, in the  Yukon on business, is the other member of the quadrangle about which the  action revolyes.  R. G. McEwan, the Fernie baker,  bas just installed an electric. cake  mixer.  . A rumor is current that the Trail  I smelter people are about to re-open  the famous St. Eugene mine at Moyie.  About 1000 names is all that will  show on the new voters "list for the  Grand Forks riding. Of these about  700 are in Grand Forks town alone.  Geo. Thomson, the Fernie undertaker for the past ten years, has disposed of his business and is i-emoving  to Toronto, where he will open out  in the same line.  Cheap butter,'-' milk, eggs, poultry  and garden truck for its employees  will be provided by the Trail smelter,  ! which is now running a 300-acre farm  near Trail for the production of these  commodities.  Loyal Orange lodge., Ho, 2095  Meets THIRD THURSDAY" of  each month at Mercantile  Hall. Visiting brethren cordially invited...  ERIC OLSON, W.M.  Up tiii the middle of July some 25*00  persons had registered to vote in the  Fernie riding, and the Free Press  thinks that fully that many more had  failed t o register.  As soon as the crews are through  dismantling the Gran by mines afc  Phoenix they will move on to Grand  Forks where they will do a similar job  at the smelter at that city.  Duck fJreek  Store  and  Lovers' of comedy and romance will  find their heart's desire in "Caught in  the Act." tbe William Fox photoplay  which is coming to the Peekin  Theatre on Wednesday, Aug. 25th.  In this tale, filled with fun and mischief, Peggy Hyland is starring in the  role of Pricilla Kane. As a school  girl she is full of pranks; as a debutante she defies every convention.  She is   the sort   of   breezy, whole-  souled girl that everyone loves.    She  fthe fire escape of her fiance's bachelor  apartments in the small hours of the  night!  Ice   reamery  NEWS OF KOOTEMS  NOTICE  NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that  all persons holding Crown Lands or  Lots in Townsite subdivisions under  agreements for sale from whom the  purchase money on ^ such lands or  Townsite Lots remaining unpaid is  oyerdue are required to make pay-  , ment, within six months from the date  1 of this Notice, either of the full amount  iuterest thereon, if  bstantial  proportion  in  3uv.il ������..������ , which, must.at  least cover the full interest due to date  together with evidence that all taxes,  whether Municipal or Provincial, haye  been paid, failing which the agreements for sale will be cancelled, as provided by Section 70 of the "Land Act,"  Chapter 129, Revised Statutes of 1911.  G. R. NADEN.  Deputy Minister of Lands.  are now prepared to handle  their ICE CREAM trade in  the most uo-to date and  HYGIENIC fashion.  Plain Ice Cream. Sundaes  and Sodas  Soft Drinks, Cider  Two Per Cent. Beer  Screened Verandah   and lots  of air for hot weather.  "We ask our friends in Creston  and Sirdar to run in give ns  the.pnqe over.  Synopsis of     9  Land Ret Agneifidinsitis  60  95  65  A few lines picked at random from  our complete and nicely  .",;"' PttmWrted stock :ki*!    -.zp*-'  Middy Cloth, per yard   $  Holland Linen     "       .:.   Ginghams " 45c, 60c.  White Flannelette, 29 in. wide,, .per yd...     50  Striped Flannelette, 34 in. wide    " 40  Romper Cloth, striped, 30 in.        "            60  Natural Pongee Silk, per yard $1.25, 1.40  White Voile, per yard       zX: ,      90  Black and White Shepherd Cheek, yd...... 1.00  Boys' Wash Suits, 3 to 7  years, $1.75  These values must be. seen to be  fully appreciated  The hospital at Cranbrook is raising  funds to purchase a motor ambulance  for the exclusive use of that, institution.  Cranbrook is haying some trouble  getting $5000 by voluntary subscriptions to erect it's . proposed soldier  memorial. Ui* -  ��������� Cranbrook ratepayers 'are to haye  opportunity of yoting on a bylaw to  spend $60,000 "tn purchasing fche present private owned ��������� electrics-light and  power plant. .._  During  , the    summer   Revelstoke  I Methodist  services  are held  on   the  ' church   lawn   and; religious   moving  pictures shown.      The hymns are also  thrown upon a screen.  T^��������� ���������..... .  lurK'xi.xL *J.  -..-X    -.������   T...*-r%i*lt3  Qtlil  LJL   J-izz.*..xtx -  illi'iiiiiCliu *J0   Jx-r~...x.~, .dtrvrt  Victoria, B.C, April 1st, 1020.  JCJ1L-������  Mjn:1^^  GENERAL MERCHANT  p*^     .^y   *ww*^wi^fc������^  <JMg   wT       -^-"ii*���������i������ft  CRESTON  DEPARTMENT OF MILITIA AND DEFENCE  Notice tn ex-memSers of the Canadian  Expeditionary Forces,  DOING  ta-K.*   v^^   mimt   \i   Xmdvt  km  BUILDING  or  m^ M      m^     ^A     U      M ^^      ^^^^ '^m^gsSX'        Lg  Wc can  supply  Portland  Cement  Lime  Rvick  Shingles  1   -ml-lk  tmmmmm-mvarxm* X~~Mim*  Lumber  Notice is hereby given to all concerned that ex-members of the Canadian Expeditionary Fom.* who are  entitled to and who l-etiuii-e post-  discharge dental treatment must submit their applications to the District  Dental officer at lhe Hendcpinrti-Tb of  the District in whirh they reside on or  before 1st Si-ptrinher, 1020. Applications receiyed for dental treatment  after 1st, September, 1020, will not he  considered.  (Sgd)   EUGENE FISET,  Major General,  Deputy Ministi'i;, Militia and Def<-nce.  Ottawa, Aiikiim������ i\. 1020.  Note���������Newsnapers will not bo paid  for tho advertisement if they insert it  without authority from tho Department.  NOTICE  NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that  in accordance with an Amendment'to  the   "Townsite  Proportionate   Allotment Ac*t!i passed at the last session of  the Legislature any-person holding an  agreement for sale from the Crown in  respect to the purchase at Auction of  Town or City lots or lands within the  site or suburb of a town, payment for  which has not been made iii full, and  who wishes to obtain a proportionate  allotment of such land in consideration  of the  monies already paid., must file  application in that respect oh or before  the 1st day of   September,   1920.   on  which date the privilege of obtaining a  proportionate allotment will cease and  any person   in   arrears   of   payment  under an agreement for sale as aforesaid  failing to   make   application   as  stipulated will thereafter be debarred  from taking -advantage of such privilege, and will be subject to the fulfilment of the terms of the sale and the  provisions of the "Lund Act" govern  ing overdue purchase money, in connection with which special attention in  drawn to the notice appearing in the  current issue of this papiu*.  GEO. It. NADEN,  Di'puty Minister --f Lands.  Department of Linds,  Victoria,  B.C.. May Pth, U������20.  M1re>*Pt������m price of first-class land  reduced to $5 an acre; second-class to  $2.50 an aero.  Pre-emption new confined to surveyed lands only.  Records will be granted coveting only  land suitable for agricultural purposes  and which is non-timber land.  Partnership pre-emptions abolished,  but parties of not more than four may  arrange    for    adjacent    pre-emptions  - with 4e,iht residence, but each making  -**'-necessary Improvements on respective  !l">fdaijij|Bsft'v*  v*^*?^**'.:."������-=:'*-"'f ������������������: "  '-���������''���������" Pre-emptbrs 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.  Recor<ls without permanent residence-: :may be issued, provided applicant makes improvements to extent of  $300 per annum and records same each  year. Failure to make improvements  or record same will operate as forfeiture. Title cannot be obtained in  less than 5 years, and improvements  of $10.00 per acre, including 5 acres  cleared and cultivated, and residence  of at least 2 years are required. ^  Pre-emptor holding Crown grant  may record another pre-emption, if he  requires land in conjunction' with his  farm, without actual occupation, provided statutory Improvements made  and residence maintained on Crown  granted land.  Unsurveyed' areas, not exceeding 20  acres, may be leased as homesltes;  title to be obtained after fulfilling residential nnd improvement conditions.  For grazing and Industrial purposes  areas exceeding 640 acres may be  leased by one person or company.  Mill, factory or industrial sites on  timber land not exceeding 40 acres  may bo purchased; conditions include  payment of stumpage.  Natural hay meadows inaccessible  by existing roads may be purchased  conditional upon construction of a road  to them. Rebate of one-half of cost of  road, not. exceeding half of purchase  price, is mado.  Is there any  Meat in  the  House?  PRE-EMPTORS'      FREE  ^ ACT.  Include  GRANTS  The t"-ope of this Act is enlarged to  __"-_   til persons joining and serving with  His Majesty's Forces.    The  all  ��������������� 11   e-T/eiO  ���������rrarlos.  ���������*i\i\  ijRnvnn fai������ uraBer Goiiipanv  LIMITED  a i.jamm.i������M*^rrJr.  MINERAL AGT  FORM F  ��������� \ t *s  tZcrtiticate of Impruveitieitiit  NOTICE  Ot-.tcle- II, Arnold Fraction and Ilnse-  huel Fraction Mineral Claims, situate  in the Nelson Mining Division of  Kootenay District. Where located:  Niuu- Oi-ci-n City.  TAlviu WUi'H/l'j Liial, .1. a*, .viien������������������-  ttoii. H.C.L.S.. or Trull. )tK<-nt. for Win.  Connolly of HoHsland, l-'i-oo Miner's  fWiiOViili- No. t-574'IOr, inti'iids. sixtv  days from tho date hereof, to apply to  the Mining Hecordor for (Vi-tillf-ato of  . lii������|i;*������iVi-::u,::J.::. for ���������.!'.(' piii'i-nsiMtf nh-  tiiiiiiliK Cieiuii (liiint:. of tlie* utn ve-  cl.-iiii'-;. And forthi-r tnlc**** not.ice that  action undi'i-Hrction K5 hhuhI,   Im* ������-oiii-  i leie*in e el lie-fenv thr. k,',u;isU'i* of .*.il('lli  (Vi t.illcut.e':; ol ImproVcniotitM. IMle-ei  tliht.21t.lt day of June, IU20.  J.  !>.   AN!>|-:ifSON  This is the first question that presents itself  to the housewife if an  unexpected visitor drops  in for a. meal. Hut why  worry ?  Shamrach Brand  Hams and Bacon  Finest   Quality  Cooked Ham  Lunch Meat  Bologna, &c.  are .uv-.ii>.*. t-e* nr li.Pt  here. In meats nolhimp--  quito equals 'Shamrock*  .���������.^(wliy.i ti  PtW**V  JW.  JtW    Wx      *W   1���������     ~s-W ^^W| *W   ^^fc  1IIKH \ujttr    mt    mt mt     mt   ^-1 fjm****  r������      tx**        1 X.i  Cr. UU., LIU.  timo within which tho heirs or devisee****  of a deceased pre-omutor may apply  for title under this Act is extended  from for one year from the death of  such person, as formerly, until one  year .ifter the cor.c!un!on of tbe present  war. Thiu privilege is also made retroactive. -0  No fcos relating to pre-emptions are  due or payable by soldiers on preemptions recorded after June 26, 1918.  Taxoc aro remitted  for five yenrn.  Provision for return of moneys accrued, due nnd been paid since August  4, 1!>14, on account of payments, fees  or taxes on soldiers' i-ro-oinptlonii.  Intercut on agreements to purchase  town or city lots held by members of  Allied Forces, or dependents, ucejulrcd  direct  or  Indirect,  romittod  from  en-  UtlllllUlll    IO   i>lu.icit   t>S,   1-J.LI.  DUD-PURCHA6ERS   OF   CROWN  LAN DO.  Provision made for Issuance of  Crown grants to i.ule-purelwueum of  rt(i������*n I.nnelH. ne-eniirltijr rlrrhtie from  purrluiJiors   who   failed     to     comiilett*  Jiurchuse. Involving forfeiture, on ful-  Ulmcitt of conditions <>f purchase. Interest and taxes. Where sub-iiurchfiu-  er-") do ne*;t elMm whot-f of orlfrinr.) p:i������*-  ci-\. tmrolnue**) prle-o elue* nnel tn*#-M mnv  Ijm ai..UiuuUu ihu^.j. u.i.,..u,) ovci  whole art'a. Applications inen-t Im  made by May 1,  l'.Oei.  -qrazin-t;.  Orft������li*K   Act,   101*9,   for     systematic  develoiunent of HventooU Industry pro-  VieU'x   '"I    Hi.rxllixC   dl.'.li IclJi   uiiel   ungu  .     i.i , .-     /*���������������. i ��������� i    . . ,.  t0t.ll,. .*..' .......'.. x. .....   . ..   ������������������,.,..,...���������.���������..x .   .  AJ.i.u-:   ������������..:���������-'.: K   ;..::..!!.    '.:.: :i*-J   l-i... '.  on miml'i'M r:n i:������'l; i>ri >nty fe������r ������*.',tnl)-  Uielinel - owiii-re*. Mi.i*li-im*ne.*i*ii Jiiay  !      form   AliiioclalUiiii,   feir   r.ilMSe.'   inati;iK������-  m.-lil ii..-. .ii i..iltl..liv II.., i.iiiiiiIk  !       for   tiCt (lore,   e-leiiipiree   or   lritv<-||������-.r;e,   ������ip  to  tno   litud. <������,  i^i&>,jif^p^,.irjfi^^i-:^^M:������(  tkmii^t'j-iiimiimittmimiitimi  ������������������' ���������*** -* ���������"*���������--���������Km*i?0*Jrd&4mi&  *s1P *ef JpWpB?ff (^PflSWBI'W^l?  !ii#A#**'^($l������i'^^  -fe������e^m%W*MS#j*ilrt'^!^  ������ww>,������iey>lJ,������<iM'ri������������i������illi������i������1M<i,*w.������������������liii������ii*<ii>.iiiiiii������������ii,������iiiiin������.iii������in  .AjmXdmmm^mj^lSjjIuai^S^^x^^Almlljmd^ REVIEW,     CEESTO^    %  <fT  ���������r   tt     t~4-d~*-x^mAm^ti  0  n  isp  BY  ARCHIE P. McKISHNlE  IF CRIPPLED WITH  A LAME BACK  READ THIS  Tells All About a Safe Medicine That  Relieves After  One  Dose  Printed    by    Special    Arrange  ments   with  Thos.   Allen,  Toronto, Ont. ..  ^  ^  (Continued.)  After a time she stood up and moving softly across the room touched a  match to thc kindling in the grate.  Dannie had settled down upon a rush  mat just outride the door. She smiled as she heard the regular breathing  that assured her that he was sleeping  She reached for the dried venison  hanging from the rafter, and sliced  some of the meat into a big frying-  pan. She filled the kettle with water  and slung it into the crane above"the  leaping fire, then sat down to wait  until the kettle boiled, her eyes on  Dannie's  upturned face.  The light had drawn the whining  mosquitos from the thickets outside.  She tiptoed over and placed a piece  of cheese-cloth over the boy's face  to protect it from the stinging bites  Then she went out and gathered a  handful of twigs. These she placed  before the open door and set fire to  them, throwing a handful or two of  damp chips on the blaze, as it leaped  up, to make the dense smoke called  by the woods-people a "smudge," and  which acts as a barrier to the troublesome swamp-flies.  When at length the tea was steeped and the venison fried to a crisp  brown, she called Dannie.  He sat up immediately and nibbed  his eyes. "How long was I asleep,  Wilier?"  he  asked as be  rose.  "Over an hour," she replied, "you  ought   to   feel better  Dannie."  "I guess I needed a wink or two,"  said the lad; "I ain't been slecpin*  much   since���������'"  "Come on to supper," said Willow,  quickly; "you must bc hungry."  "Wall, I be. An' it does seem good  to see you settin' thar in your old  place ag'in, Wilier. All day I've  looked across an' found your place  empty an'  his  place   empty���������"  "I'm not goin' back to Hardwoods  Retreat no more," said Willow as she  poured the tea; "Not unless you'll  go, too,' she added, as he glanced up  with troubled eyes.  "You must go, Wilier," frowned  the boy. "You simply must go. Dad  wouldn't rest quiet if he knowed you  an' me wasn't doin' jest what he's  laiel out wc would; no, Wilier, you  n:u-;-.  go  back.     I'll  bc  ail  right here  That throbbing pain at the base of  the spine is caused by improper kidney action. Fix up the kidneys and  the backache goes in a hurry.  The mosf'wonderful kidney medicine ever made is Dr. Hamilton's  Pills. They contain the juices of certain herbs which soothe and heal all  kidney illness. It's a. pleasure to use  Dr. Hamilton's Pills. They relieve  after the first dose, give you a new  feeling entirely, remove that dull,  throbbing backache, correct urinary  disorders, stop headaches, and vague  pains through the muscles and joints.  Forty years of success stand behind  Dr. Hamilton's Pills, which are prepared in the laboratories of the fam-  out Catarrhozone Company, and can  be depended upon as a safe, swift,  and certain cure for Backache, Kidney,   Liver,     Stomach,     or     Bladder  Troubles,  boxes  Sold  everywhere  in  25c  333  buy pelts from the Dalton gang?  You've he'erd dad and me speak about him ; he's crooked an' everybody  in these parts knows it. I guess. Well,  I've only seen him once er twice, hut  I'm pretty sure I'd know him ag'in,  if I saw him, an' I'm real sure I  saw him today. I was sittin' out under the b;g oak, when this feller Savage come up along thc trail. He was  decked out in city clothes an' when  he sees me he don't let on. I wanted  to stop him an' ast him what scheme  he an' that Abe Dalton was hatchin'  for this comin' season, but I didn't.  I jest let him pass. But he's up to  some dirty work, all right. What do  do you think his game is, Wilier?"  "I don't know," said the girl, slowly. "More troubl: comin' likely.  Wasn't it him an' Injun White Hawk  and the Daltons who set fire to the  Jacob Company's mills, Dannie?"  (To be  Continued.)  Pure Drinking Water  Should be Boiled for Fifteen Minutes  In Uncovered Kettle  Unless one is absolutely sure of the  purity of the drinking water it is a  good idea to boil  the water.  In order to kill any germs lurking  in the water it should be boiled for  15 minutes in an uncovered kettle.  The impurities are driven off by the  heat  and  escape   through  the  steam.  Air coming in contact with the water oxydizes it and prevents it from  having a fiat taste.  Beware of well and spring water  that   has   not   been   analyzed.  b-,  -cr-l.t  te.*  :  o  JK  V  is  C jf_- p, r  tv  4-  ~X-  -he  table  and  0  JU  ;  ne  ap  7,ct'  Zi.-*%  venison  ?.  z  0 *-'.  U,  or  r. ot  lor.  ���������'A ias  ting.  i  .<:v.  *.* <" n  the:  The  -;-  'L.������  .r.  ' (' ���������  ~. *���������*-  d  t  ���������air. ted     ruddy  ;  -j:  c -' *  .  ; .*. 0 -  blacl*  .en.td  raf-  :  :   <  ��������� 'ri  \ -1 <~.  s:r.u  dge drift-  r,  .-������������������v.:,  m  - a i? ri  puffs.  \\ :.'  - **  '.'. v .  ll     i  '.v.   h  .i-.--.lu hawk  it bevond  -��������� I*,  bw-'V-l  )''-��������� .ti ii i  .-ri'. ' ii'  Zj *,   '1  stood a\vkwrardly up. His own face  was pale and his lips quivered a little  as he said:���������  "Do you love Dorkin, Wilier?"  She did not answer.    She drooped  lower over the table and trembled a  little.  Dannie moved forward and laid his  hand*"on her thick, waving hair in all  tenderness. "Me an! you, we're  woods-children, gal," he said softiy.  "We wasn't born to nuthin' by  halves. One thing we allers must do,  Wilier, an' that is play square with  others an' ourselves. I don't know  what it is to love, but I do know  what it is to hate. It's goin' tor be  either hell or heaven fer you, gal;  one or t'other."  "It's all right, Dannie," she said  quietly; "I reckon when I tell him  that I love him, he'll be glad."  The boy knit his brows in a frown.  "Do  you   think  that's  jest   the   thing  to do, Wilier?" he asked perplexedly.  She  looked at    him    wonderingly.  "Why not?" she asked simply.  "I don't know. I was thinkin'���������  but ��������� I guess maybe, artcr all, it's  best you should tell him. He's damn  square, Dorkin is."  "Yes, he's damn square," she repeated gently. "He's good, Dannie,  he's strong���������he's everything!"  "That's   so."       The   lad   sat   down  on a stool and gazed thoughtfully into the fire. Silence fell between tlicm.  At   length   Dannie   spoke,   hesitatingly.  "Have you ever thort that there  might bc somebody else?" hc asked���������  some other gal, I mean," as her eyes  flashed a quick question.  She looked at him dumbly, her face  going white. Then she stood up,  gripping the rough boards" of the table in  her  strong brown  hands.  "No," she whispered, "I never thort  of that.    But���������but there isn't no other  gal.    There can't,  there  can't!"    She  j almost   shrieked   the   words   and  fell  back  into  her    scat,    arms     thrown  ! across the table and head drooped up-  ! on  them.  !      He reached out and clasped one of  I thr     clenched    hands    in     his    own.  i "There,    there,"   he   said   soothingly,  i "o'   e-.ourse   there   can't.     It's   mighty  ': foolish to think of soch a thing.   Jest  forgeu   what  I   said,  Wilier.     It's  all  i rindir.     It's  bound  to bc  all  right."  j     She   lifted   a   wan   face and   smiled  ���������v      "''���������"'! bra*. **ly.    "Wet're- mates, him an' me,"  '���������"'���������"r.-. J ,.*,,,   s.li(j  ,:0r,iy;  "up  bee  in   the  big  ' '"1"'"'*..-,,e-wh. we're* males, jest as sure as  ' tb/* -tar-; are in the' sky. Oh, don't  "i:*! *'��������� ! .,*.,������������������. ���������inrl������-*r**.t,unl, Dannie? T*Tc*V. mine,  '���������'' ���������''���������'' mi'i-\ all mine; there ran't be no  '"���������    i;' *' ', .,-!���������--r   ���������-_���������;;.1'     There-   ran't!"  ������������������>'<���������>,   S.\ ill.r,"   he-   rnnsoled,   potting  j ii,-r   ;*;nid-;;  "there-   jest   ran't,     lie or*  -r\-     ],,;     ritfllt     ghl'l."  ]],-   ������������������jj,<\   up   anel   rea'dieel   for   tin*  1   .    ���������,.- \.... \-i i      ���������' | '11   i'n   em    down    tei  ���������;,*���������   ���������,r��������� r11,��������� c   an'   ,,<'.   a   pail     o'    froj'.h  Favors Compulsory Training  R. B. Bennett, K.C, formerly member of parliament, has come out openly in favor of compulsory training  for the youth of Canada. He advises the adoption of the Swiss system,  which hc inspected recently. Under  this plan young men are given one  to two months' special training every  year for three years.  State of Ohio, City of Toledo, Lucas  County���������ss.  Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he ia  senior partner of the firm of F. J. Cheney  & Co., doing business in the City of Toledo, County and State aforesaid and that  said firm will pay the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for any case of Catarrh  that cannot be cured by the use of  HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE.  FRANK J.  CHENEY.  Sworn to before me and subscribed in my  presence, this 6th day of Dccei-"b-*r, A. D=  1886.  (Seal)     A.   W.   Gleason,   Notary   Public  HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE is taken  internally and acts through the Blood on the  Mucous  Surfaces of the  System.  Drug-gists,  75c.     Testimonals  free.  F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio.  ad  City Council Doings  To put through the license reduction Avill require some, tall hustling.  Meantime lots of corns will be  tramped on. The cure is "Jfutnam's,"  the old reliable corn extractor that  has been curing corns and warts for  years. "Putnam's" never fails, 25c  at all dealers.  Prices Cannot Go Down  Canadian   Farmers   Will   Make   Fine  Profits This Year  Addressing thc Kiwanis in Winnipeg, Robert Magill, secretary of the  Canadian Grain exchange, said: "Europe in thc next twelve months must  depend upon the North American  continent for its wheat, and the only  country today with high-grade hard  spring wheat is the Dominion. Where  is the price of wheat going? Well, it  cannot go down much. The world,  you know, is short on wheat and  very long on paper money and credit. Canadian farmers this year will  make fine profits for all the wheat  thcy harvest."  Fish Fry for Jasper Park  A systematic plan for restocking  lakes in Jasper Park with trout has  been inaugurated by Col. S. Maynard  Rogers, Superintendent of the park.  During July 18,000 trout fry have  been received from the Government  hatcheries and placed in lakes Pyramid, Patricia, Annette and Edith. Ail  of these lakes are well suited to fish  propagation and are within easy distance   from   park  headquarters.  Queen Victoria was among the first  in England to relinquish the franking  privilege.  Your travelling equip-  euent ia nob complete  without an AutoStrop  Razor.  A clean start for  the day!  Out of your bed and shaved  in three minutes. This is  AutoStrop  Razor  service.  Easily stropped, easily  cleaned���������nothing to tak������  apart or unscrew. The only  safety razor that sharpens  itself.  Any dealer will demon*  strate the AutoStrop Razor  to you, guarantee satisfaction, or refund of purchase  price.  Aito5irop Razor  ~sha*petis itself  Only S5.00���������complete with  etrop���������twelve blades in an attractive assortment of cases to  suit any purpose.  AutoStrop Safety Razor Co.; Lisnited  AutoStrojr Building, Toronto, Canada  205  ' "fll^W^^?^1^^^^  i%:  Not A Blemw  marg the perfect  appearance of her com*  plcxion. Permanent  and temporary skin  troubles are effectively  concealed. Reduces unnatural color and corrects  greasy skins. Highly antiseptic,  used with beneficial results as  a curative agent for 70 years.  u.  40~m\   A    RR       ������      J������ IMI    M      MM^.   ������ *���������������������������><**������������������������*. mm     ^     tm     m^.   mm    m   maammtmmmm.  ONLY fABLtSS MARKED  "BAYER"   ARE  ASPIRIN  Not Aspirin at All without the "Bayer Cross'*  For Colds, Pain, Rheumatism, Aching Joints, Lumbago, Sciatica, Neuritis, and for Headache, Neuralgia,  Toothache, Earache, take Aspirin  marked with the name "Bayer" or  you are not taking Aspirin at- all.  Accept only "Bayer Tablets of  Aspirin"   in   an   unbroken   "Bayer"  \4  package -which contains complete til-  rectiona. Then you arc getting real  Aspirin���������the genuine Aspirin prescribed by physicians for over nineteen years. Now made in Canada.  Handy tin boxes containing 12 tablets cost but a few cents. Druggists  also cell larger "Bayer" packages.  These lis only one Aspirin*���������"Bayes"���������Yon must say "Bayer"  Aspirin Is tho trado mark (registered In Canada) of Bayer Manufacture of Mono-  ���������ceticactdcstcr ol Ballcyllcacld. While It Is -well known that Aspirin means Bayer  manufacture, to assist tlio public against Imitation*, tho Tablets ot Bayer Company  will bo stamped with, their uencral trado marlc, tho "Bayer Crona."  'tt"a.,aBj|i������im.''jiii_  ��������� LWUJgMg  ..-i   iOi:i\.*-c  till.  i*, i  i i '-* r  til':  -���������.Ml'-*  '������������������, ���������-,,*'  ~ijLuimmw-x>r3w���������?u.  gBHB  m-mmssxA  "*M  MTEM  o  :<<;��������� \  ���������j\  *%\jf ^^mm flrauutwjed Eyelids,  O.    mttmiMml     hr***   i>>lljni>r<l   l,y   rd^'i  -mtZ'vm   tf id**. ATX   'J(������<-'Hy tr\i*ittl<l\,.-t~tl-~  IWI Mf     \X    0    ~^^tSS    ������   i-'.*m*"mXtl..     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TRIPLICATE BOOKS  Tlie-re-. is a heavy demand just now for triplicate books. Wc make r. grcr.t variety of  triplicate   books,   both   in   separate   carbon   leaf   and black back style.  Write us for sample and prices before placing your next order, or ask any of our agents  to give you this iti formation.  Vegetable Parchment Butter Wrappers  We are in the best position of any firm in Canada to fill your order promptly for parchment buttrr wrappers, either printed or plain. We are large importers of this brand of paper,  and  have  special  facilities  for printing wrappers   in  either  one  or   two  colons oi  ink.  WAXED   PAPERS  We also manufacture a complete Hne of waxed bread and meat wrappers, plain or printfd,  waxed  paper  rolls  for home use, and waxed papers for all purposes.  Our CQiiipment in the most modern and complete to be found in Canada. Our poods are  first (kins and our service is prompt. Let uh _ prove this to you m\ your next order Ior Counter   tlieoK   Hooks,   raj-climcm   i'uj'cr,   oi    -,"���������,'.-���������-���������-���������~u    I\e*M..,.  !">.���������    .inuUeioni.    -in-ly    t<>    jiuVjlir.liei-   of    thi"     plepfi*.  APPltiF-ftRn f-OIINTF-R fHEf* ^m fliU LTD,  X   V.~l     l~      ti-SOm-E.     -4jr tS X-t~-' XJ0 SJr-   Xxf AX  ������   Am  0X0.m V4. *-.m.4mi0\m vm* Amm..      mm-    ���������0   W ������������������ w   w   *.*, ������2-"*! -X.  JSJ" tf  HAMILTON,    ONT.���������BRANCH    OFFICES AT  TORONTO,    MONTWKAL,    WINNIPEG    AND    VANCOUVER  ,,;.*:^r^:?.'.-Jf;^-������:������J4-*a'������������.ii**riiiia*M  :.,.^-i*-,i������,iT.d,l*^iMt0ti**alit^i~*m0ar**  %S~~s!x&!Hj~--~j^ I  VIA mil ft    VmYt-m-  GraM Hot Sleep Enspte  Itdteil ani Burned Sk  "I noticed a little pimple on my  baby's face. I thought it was from  Uic nun but it kept getting worse and  thS akin was red and very hot. He  could not sleep or rest the eruption  itched and burned so, and it caused  him to scratch. I w&3 quits discouraged. '*.  "I saw an advertisement for Cutl-  cura.Soap and Ointment and sent for  a free sample. I bought more and  after using two cakes of Cuticura Soap  zndtwo and a half boxes of Cuticura  Ointment he was healed." (Signed)  Mrs. S. D. McGuire, Clarksburg,  Ont., Dec. 18, 1918.  Use Cuticura Soap, Ointment-and  Talcumfor every-day toilet purposes.  So&p 25c, Ointment 25 end BOc.   Sold  -throughouttheDominion.CanadianDepot:  i-yxtsatia. Limited, St. Paul St.. Montreal.  Ctitieurs Soup shaves without m*ss.  Is the Price of  Lumber Going Down ?  The Miracle Worker  Read the. Following Facts and You  Can Then Judge For  Yourself  A fear   of   paying    too    much    for  lumber and the hope of an immediate  or  near   future  decline   in   the  price  of building material has caused many  to hesitate building.   That these fears  are groundless and that the alternative of a higher lumber price is more  likely is pointed out in detail in the  following paragraphs.  causes hesitation and by  jl ms isar  -asms.  3S  Woman Makes Nitroglycerine  Probably thc only woman in North  America engaged in the manufacture  of nitroglycerine is Mrs. Clare W.  Stokes, of Pctrolia, Out., whose factory turns out large quantities of tbc  material, used principally in  ing oil wells'.  ���������eri^-hr-fln-  As a vermifuge there is nothing so  potent as Mother Graves' Worm Exterminator, and it can be given to the  most delicate child without fear of  injury to the constitution.  The weekly trade report of the  Canadian Credit Men's Association  gives several interesting points. One  is that^many lines of goods are now  coming forward from factories more  freely. Another is, that prices as a  rule, are remaining firm��������� the only  exception being in boots.  hesitating people arc gradually adding to the congestion of the lumber  situation which is already serious.  A thorough investigation of the  lumber situation brings out some  startling facts relative to the cost of  production.  ..Lumber is made from logs. Logs  must be cut. Cutting takes labor,  and labor is high. There is the A.  B.C. and thc Crux of the whole situation.  Logging camps are operating eight  hours daily in place of ten hours, as  formerly, yet paying the more wages.  Sawmills are operating 50 hours  weekly in place of 60 hours. Wages  increased 20 percent over and above  the time changes.  Railway freight rates increased 25  percent, and lumber requires long  hauls.  Wire rope, logging machinery, the  camp   supplies  have  increased up   to  ryrtr. i  juu   pceLciu.  Mill supplies and equipment have  increased from 100 percent .to 300  percent.  Towage  rates  increased    100    per-  | cent.  Government royalties increased 50  percent. ./.  Fares of loggers going and coming  from camps increased.  The fringe of the' forest is being  clipped. Lumber must be hauled  further and from deeper recesses, not  as accessible as formerly.  Every condition and item that enters into the cost of producing the  finished article has jumped enormously since 1914-15. These increases and  their ever climhing habit precludes  any drop in the cost of lumber. It  rather makes a most desirable purchase at the present price and an  actual investment when put into a  house.  The question of further increase of  freight rates, supplies, wages, etc.,  etc., enter into and make uncertain  the prices of lumber.  Thc house shortage at tlie present  time is caused to a certain extent by  the hope that the cost of building  would make a descent. The above  figures are convincing evidence of  the futility of waiving. Act nowl  Build now! ~  What is the Unhappy Farmer to Do  With the Double-Jointed  Advice  After spending ten years teaching  thc dry belt farmer that he should  work the surface soil into a fine  mulch to retain-^the moisture, the  agricultural experts are now starting  to tell him that he must have thc surface covered with clods to keep the,  wind from blowing the soil away.  And the disconcerting feature is that  there is reason in both arguments.  If the dry belt farmer can do both he  will iikely gef a crop, and will certainly deserve one.���������Edmonton Bulletin.  YOUR good intentions don't pay th������ grocers'  bills.   Your family has to live even if you  don't.   Secure a Monthly Income Policy 3  now.    Write for pamphlet to-day. E|  THE EXCELSIOR LIFE INSURANCE CO. I  Winnipeg, Hegiaa, Saskatoon,  Es^noiitoB,  C-algiry, Vaaco*ST������?5       *x  (Agents Wanted in Unrepresented Districts) 3  ss  Prairie Strawberries  A little Danderine cools, cleanses,  and makes the feverish, itchy scalp  ���������soft and pliable; then this stimulating  tonic penetrates to the famished hair j  roots, revitalizing and invigorating  every hair in the head, thus stopping  the hair falling out, getting thin,  scraggly or fading.  After a few applications of "Danderine" you seldom find a fallen hair  or a particle of dandruff, besides every hair shows more life, vigor,  brightness, color and thickness.  A few cents buys a bottle of delightful "Danderine" at any drug or  toilet counter.  Flavor Much Better Than That o������ the  Coast Berries  Angus  McDonell, of Ray, brought  to the Bulletin office on Thursday a  box of strawberries    grown    in    his  garden.    All the berries were large,  but one of them, measured four and  a half inches around.       The berries  are of the ever-bearing variety.    Mr.  McDonnell set out 75 plants last season, in ground that had been fallowed the year before. They were placed  in   two   rows.     The   rows   were   two  Teet apart, and the plants were  two  feet apart in the rows.    They grew  well last season and some blossom's  came but they were not allowed to  produce fruit.    No mulch was placed  over   the   plants   last   fall,   but   they  wintered  safely.    They have had no  fetilizer this season but    have    been  carefully weeded and hoed.   They are  fruiting abundantly, about  a box  of  berries to a plant.   The flavor is excellent, being much better than that  of the coast berries as they come on  the market here���������Edmonton Bulletin.  MOTHER!  ^California Syrup of Figs"  Child's Best Laxative  Penalized for Doing Right  Minard's Liniment Relieves Colds etc  An Interesting: Find  Youth  and Aj|e  ���������THERE is no time in woman's life that she cannot  benefit by the use of Dr.  Chase's Nerve Food in order  to keep up the supply of pure,  rich blood and to ensure a  healthful condition of the  nervous aysLum.  Itoatlachon, nouralirla, nlooplen-g.  uoriu, ncrvou-i npclls, Irritability,  tlrod, wom-out fooHnjra. aoon dinup-.  pour when tho vl-jor and enortry ol  thu   uci-vcu  uro   lo.-itoixjtl  by   .U.   a~~  Lip,    Hii.i    i^.c.i.c    Jtiylix    Lilly.  fit) e'eni'm il Imr, ��������������� for ^Li.1~, nil ele'eihereei, oir  ICelin-uiHon,  Ilntou tV  Co.,  Ltd.,  Toronto*,  Skeleton   Two   Thousand   Years   Old  Discovered  A skeleton, buried at least 2,000 B.  C, probably nearly 3,000 B.C., has  been unearthed near Peterborough,  lv.ngland, .by a local antiquary. The  body, which may bc of thc bronze  age, was buried iu a crouching position, with thc head to thc north and  fret to the oast, while the hands were  pressed against thc chin, thc right  ! lianel being underneath the right  1 cheek.  A peculiar-circumstance, is that the  I burial was sonic five feet deep and  ! had bci-n made at the bottom oi a  i ditch forming a circular cntrench-  | ment. No relics were found with  ! the *-keb.*t'-'i-, which is that of a female.*, 2j te.e 30 years of age.  Americans     Serving     in     Canadian  Forces Will Lose Their  Citizenship  Men who, when citizens of Massachusetts, enlisted in the Canadian and  other allied forces prior to the entry  of  the United     States  into  the war  have  lost  their  citizenship and  cannot    vote,    according to arf opinion  handed down by Attorney-general J.  Western Allen, at the request of Secretary  Langley.       They  can   regain  their  citizenship by  taking thc oath  of allegiance.  No one need endure the agony of  corns with Holloway's Corn Cure at  hand  to   remove  them.  Important  The Girl at the Window.���������Yes, madam, this is the information bureau.  What do you wish to know?  Tlie Woman Outside.���������I'd like to  know how much you paid for that  georgette crepe waist you're wearing.  ���������Boston  Globe.  FREQUENT HEADACHES  For Summer  Shoes  Snow White Dressing  A pure white liquid dressing for  outing shoes���������easily applied; it  dries quickly, does not turn yellow nor rub off:  Gold Leaf  A self-shining dressing that produces a quick, lasting black  gloss. Especially adapted for  ladies' and children's fine shoes.  British Military  A high grade waterproof polish  for black, tan, oxblood and chocolate shoes.  Your  dealer has  these  lines.  Canadian Polishes, Limited,  HAMILTON     -     ONTARIO  MONEY ORDERS  Remit by Dominion Express Money  Order.  If lost or stolen, you get your money back.  geo&'s Cotton Roof Compound  A ~a/~, reliable rcauiattntf  tntdictne. Sold in tbres des*  greet of *Btrength-~No. 1.911  No. 2, Z~; No. 8, %*. per box.  Sold by all drupaleita, or sent  prepaid on receipt of pries.  Free*     -pamphlet.       Address |  THS COOK MEDICINE CO.*  IC30BTO. CHT. (FeWBirlf Wtittt..  irrrBOTrr pure blood heai/ih is ixpossibi*  BLOOD  MBDtCrHS.  BBAIH ANX������  2JEBVE FOOB  Trial Bottle either EemeeJr to- leadin* ChfmtsUjor  VetartoBamedlet Oo.. Gospel Oat. K -W .5. London. Bug.  HALF A CENTURY REPUTATIOH.  Q-B C PB EDf?M������P!8-l-S   FOR  THE  R.Lfc uLktiu OliveriKiDNEvs  Invaluable tor diseatei of these Important organs.  Gravel, Paln������ in the Baok, Goat. Rheumatism. Pi^o*  ������������., leading Chemists or Dr. LE CLERC MED. CO..  H.i.VBBStOOK RD- H.TT.S. IeONDON. BNGLAUA.  Accept "California" Syrup of Figs  only���������look for the name California on  the package, then you are sure your  child is havipg the best and most  harmless physic for the little stomach,  liver and bowels. Children love its  fruity taste. Full directions on each  bottle.    You must say "California."  Immigration Figures  Great Waste In Timber *  It is estimated that the material  discarded in thc timber industry in  the United States each year might bc  made to provide -10,000 tons of paper,  3,000 tons of resin, 600,000 gallons of  Kthyl alcohol and 300,000 gallons of  turpentine.  Rub it in for Lame Back.���������A brisk  nibbing- with Dr. Thomas' liclectric  Oil will cure lame back. .1 lie muii  will immediately absprb the oil and  it will penetrate the tissues and bring  speeuy icnei. x e y ������! aiiu i>o convinced. As the liniment sinks in the pain  comes out and there arc ample  grounds tor saying i'n.A ������lt������ iuuc*.������ ������;;  magical, as It la.  A  Sign  That  the  Blood  is   Watery  And Impure  People with thin blood are much  more subject to headaches than full-  blooded persons and the forms of  anaemia that afflicts growing girls  is almost always accompanied by  headaches, together with disturbance  of  the  digestive  organs.  Whenever you havc constant or recurring headaches and pallor of the  face, they show that the blood is  thin and your efforts should ,be directed toward building up y >-"���������'���������' i ilu ml.  A fair treatment with Dr. Williams  Pink Pillow-ill do this effectively and  the rich red blood made by* these  pills will remove the headache.  More disturbances to thc health  are caused by their blood than most  people have, any idea of. When your  blood is impoverished, the nerves  suffer from lack of nourishment, and  you may be troubled with insomnia,  neuritis, neuralgia oi ->cialic>.. Ivlua-  cles subject to strain are undernourished and you may have muscular  rheumatism or lumbago. If your  blood is thin and you begin to show  syuiploiiiH of any of tl-c!>u dLordcra,  try building up the blood with Dr.  Williams* Pink Pills, and aa tlie  blood b restored to Its normal condition everv .symptom of the trouble  will disappear, i'herc are mure people, who owe their present iitalc of  good health to   Dr.   Williams    Pink  most of them dc  so.  You can kcl i.n. vvi.Iji.uii*-. j mn  Pills through any dealer In medicine  or by mail at 50 ccnt-j. a box. or six  boxes   for $2.SO   from  %    IIUlslU  .Canada is Getting 18,000 Immigrants  Each Month  British immigration to Canada so  far this season is about double that  coming in from the United States.  Of an average influx of about 18,000  a month 12,000 arc coming from the  United Kingdom and 6,000 from the  United States. \  The newcomers lroni the old country arc mostly English. Out of an  arrival of 12,500 in the last month  tabulated, over 8,000 were English;  3,000 Scotch; less than 1,000 Irish and  150 Welsh.  The new immigration restrictions  requiring careful selection arc rejecting about 1,800 a month, while about  30 or 40 arc deported for criminality  or other disqualifying conditions.  BOOK  ON  BOO    DISEASES  and How to Feed  Mailed    Free    to    any  Address  by*  tha  Author  H.   CLAY   GLOVER  rvrx *rv fv  \-u.,     xyv vr.,  118    West    Slst-atreet.  Kew York. U.S.A.  China and Women Soldiers  China had women soldiers long before they were known in Russia.  During the Tae Ping rebellion 1,850  women as well as men served in  the ranks. In Nanking in 1853 an  army of 500,000 women was recruited. They were divided into brigades  of 13^000 each and were commanded  by women officers.  Minard's Liniment Relieves Garget in  Cows.  I'it in mail  iu any oteiCi  iucdicliic, ;;;;d  lo not hesitate to say  Plane Leaves for Far Northland  Thc .great naval -seaplane of the  Canadian Aero Film company left  Toronto recently on its S00 mile trip  to Hudson Bay, where pictures will  be taken for the provincial government, and a survey made for the  Dominion government. The plane  cm i*j.\iL.\ .x'l -.X Li'iiccy. of 90 mile-: r*.rt  hour. StopB will be made af North  Bay, Cochrane and Moose Factory.  Thc plane ia going to the Bclcbet  Itduiub ou thc v.cct coast  dor In  the bay.  CeaiJuD   EsaBBBCssBmUcsi  Of Interest to Childless  Women.  ,t    T   nl  i .n")r'  AhIIiiuu    Cannot   Last    when  .the   ������ .      .     IC.   .. I.-  \^i cauj l   y< x   ..U   - ...... .-'������������������      ��������� .. * *���������   used.      Dr.   J. D.  Kellog'u    Asthma  Remedy  assuredly   deserve;-*   this   ck-  ���������rilted title.    It has countless cures to  ts   credit   which   other   preparation*  Toronto, Ontario. ���������"I suffered for a  .nr.& time* from a fomnle weakness, inflammation, nnd a terrible* backachft  caused by that condition. Ono day ono  of your booklets was left at my door, and  I read how other women with troubles  like mine had been made well, no I got h  bottle of Lydia E. Pinkham'a Vegetable  Compound and a pnekago of Sanativo  Wasti, and it helped mo wonderfully,  and I now have tho fine-it Httlo baby boy  that any mother could want. I want to  recommend Lydia E. Puikham's Vogo-  iZuU CtjxAiLiij'Lx.itl tc -nv Y.-emnr. who hry?  femalo troubles."��������� Mra. JOSEPH La.  13klla,773 Shaw Street, Toronto, Ontario, Canada.    N ���������������^.'-������<J  The experience of Motherhood la a  ujIuk L4.it. lu i.'.trA v.-o:v.e:i v.v.i marlrs  distinctly an epoch in their Uvea. Not  ono woman in a hundred Is prepared or  underatandu how to properly car* tot  herself.      Every   woman  al   tliU   timo.  " -r ,1 yv       w     *.*   .   .. .  *.  tl.,xlx..tL      k t. IJ       ..j*. ..     x - J....-      - --      -   -       Wfjetnblft Compound, n most valunbl**  tonic  and   in.lgarator of   tlio female  oro-aniiim.  In many homes once childless ther*������  AtA.-W.l4fc1---. -*m\  Fhe   Dr.  Wil-i asthma  iii       d-\.  .      i  i;i-,.   e\.i  mr . xr t-.x ,  have failed to benefit. It brings help I nr,������ now children beenus* of the fact  tc ever. *>'<* nm-it severe cases nnd (that Lydia E. Pinkhurn'a Vegetable  bring:, the patient to a condition, o!' Cor.-.p.ji:id make**: women normiii  bl*.*:;:;cd relief. Surely rufferlng from I lievdthy nnd ntron-r. and tbin good old  is needier.!! when a remedy ! fanhioned root and herb remedy cou-  ;,- .-,*, ,.-,Milv M.-.-iirrel. ! tains no ni*.-cotic-! or hurmfvil cirun;**.     r*  f THE  CRESTON  BEVIEW  Local and Persona!  Fob Sale���������One small building and  town lot, $325 cash. Apply Rose &  Timmons.  Rev. Prof. Barnard is announced to  take both services in Creston Presbyterian church on Sunday.  Saturday, Aug. 21  OLIVE TELL  in  THE TRAP  Screened   by   Universal   from   the  most dramatic story Richaid  Harding Davis eyer wrote.  Part 17  ������\���������u SjiGVe  Wedsy*? Aug, 25  PEGGY HYLAND  in  Caught in the Act  A comedy drama of a society  bud's love adyentur-es.  SUNSHINE COMEDY  A Lady Bellhop's Secret  Mutt & Jeff  Fox News  Ice Cold Drinks  Tobaccos  Cook Wanted Good oook for ha*17  camp.    Apply C. Blair, Erickson.  Cattle Fob Sale���������Two milch cows,  two yearling heifers, one 4-months'  old calf.    S. B. Porter, Creston.  School Books���������Second hand Entrance class and High School books  for sale.   Apply F. Lyne, Creston.  Mrs. Embree and Mrs. Foreman  were visitors with Spokane friends a  few days the latter part of the week.  Miss Alice Carr of the telephone  central, and Miss Olga Wigen of  Wynndel, are holiday visitors in Spokane.  Principal Smith of the Creston  public school is at Siiyerton for a  couple of weeks before the re-opening  of school.  E. Gammon of Nelson, the West  Kootenay chief of provincial police,  was here on an official visit Monday  and Tuesday.  Miss Beazer of Beazer, Alta., and  Miss Dupe of Cardston, Alta., who  have been guests of Mrs. R. M. Beazer,  have returned home.  Miss Pearl Cat-ew of Toronto, who  is on a visit to friends in Arizona, is  here for a few days, the guest of her  cousin, Mrs. Jas. Cook.  The 1920 game regulations have just  l&en issued, and provide for the  opening of the grouse, duck, geese and  deer seasons on Sept. 4th.  Miss Morris, who has been the guest  of her sister, Mrs. Loveday, for the  past month, left for her home in Los  Angeles. Calif., on Monday.  Lost���������About Aug. 7th, a light grey  parametta raincoat, between Arrow  Creek and Creston. Finder please  leave same at Review Office.  Jii  -Tr5 Vs ?"! ***> t- r. vr*  V4 VUlluifun  is now a t������"nporary I hour on Tuesday morning the mer-  resident of Kitchener, where he went j cury was down to 45.     The decidedly  on Sunday to take charge of the F. V.  Staples portable sawmill plant.  Live Fowl Wanted���������Young chickens in unlimited quantities. Highest  price paid for No. I stock. Address  all shipments: W. Barraclough,  Fernie. B.C.  The  C.P.R. has   a crew  this  Ci  come to the  f  Hal)  Ior the next 30 day������ we  willsell all CHOCOLATE  BARS at FIVE CENTS.  All Tobaccos, Candy, Drinks  served in a sanitary way,  A. E. FRENCH  Manager  Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Moore are at  the head of a camping party numbering about a dozen who got away on  Saturday for an outing at Cultus  Creek.  ~r \i  W *������������������   xt  m  Aivinc  ��������� *���������*-* * m  n������s en a caip  0^'  -mt-r -       X*d    m    m <Xmm-   tl    m  _Z_.  Block 144, Kootenay Valley Lands,  containing 18 2 acres, logged overland, situated on Sirdar road about If  miles north of Wynndel postoffice.  Apply to the owner, G. A. M. ioung,  Creston, B.C.  week putting in new telegraph poles  between Creston and Wynndel. Near  town almost two thirds of the old.  poles are being replaced with new  ones.  That the soft fruit shipping season  is practically oyer both in the Valley  and Kootenay Lake points is indicated in the on-time arrival of the east-  bound train commencing early in the  week.  Will giye room, board and $10 a  month to a girl wishing to attend High  School in return for help with house  work and care of two children. Applv  Mrs. C. G. Bennett, Bank of Commerce, Creston.  Pastor Knox of the Methodist  church, with Mrs. Knox are Cranbrook visitors this week for the  quarterly district meeting of East  Kootenay Methodists. F. K. Smith  also attended the sessions as lay delegate.  E. Letts of Tompkins, Sask., reached  he>-e on Sunday with a car of horses  and another carload of effects, intending to locate in the Valley. Finding  it difficult to get range for his horses  he shipped out to Cranbrook the following day.  *������������ tm ���������. X      T> 1 .*.,      ~mxA      r.Sx.*A~.nvt  itxi'S.  124Lucai*   t.*>y^et-euaie   ciuv*   \,uuui^ii  are here from California on a yisit to  old Vaiiey friends, and are stopping  with Mrs^S. Ryckman. Fred Ryckman is also here from Fort Steele and  will remain some time to supervise  the Indian hay cutting operations.  H. Nelson, a recent visitor here  from Alberta, is the latest buyer of  Creston real estate. He purchased  two lots near the park from H. S. McCreath, and has already oidered  lumber for a house he will build immediately, and remove here to reside.  cool  spell  prevailed until  Thursday.  The deepest sympathy of their many  Valley friends is   extended  Mr.  and  Mrs. W. A. Pease, now residing near  Steveston,   B.C.,   whose    third    son,  Morgan,   lost   his    life   in   a   double  drowning mishap in  the Fraser River  on   Sunday   afternoon.    He   and   his  companion,    Jimmy     Hunter,    were  caught by the undercurrents at a spot  near the Lulu Island bridge and before  the alarm which was raised could bring  help they had disappeared.    The passing* of  Morgan  Pease  is particularly  touching in  that after completing a  course in a Vancouver business college  he had  joined the staff of the Royal  Bank  at Mat-pole,   and   was   getting  on splendidly.   No more promising or  popular* youth ever left Crestou Valley  than  Morgan   Pease, and The Review  joins the many here who extend sincere regrets at his early and untimely  passing.  Both the R.N.W.M.P. and provincial police had a busy time of it the  fore part of the week. On Monday  they apprehended a bootlegger operating with n deftly constructed light  wagon and grey team at Arrow Creek  who had an even twelve cases of liquor  aboard, heading for Porthiil. The  owner failed to appear in court on  Wednesday -co the wet goods and  complete outfit were confiscated. On  Monday two parties, each driying  Nash roadsters, were nabbed for entering Canada without reporting to  the .'customs! authorities at Porthiil.  On Wednesday Magistsate Crompton  fined them $5 and costs for their  misdemeanor and thon turned them  oyei to customs collector H. White of  Cranbrook, who had been summoned  here and Mr, White promptly confiscated tbe two cars, which are  valued at around $2000. On Tuesday  night a swell new seyen-passenger  Premier auto was gathered in whieh  also had a couple of cases of hard stuff  on it. The owner was' mulcted in the  sum of $100 for carrying the booze,  $10 for not reporting his entry into  Canada, and his car, too, whs aiso  confiscated. Valuations of the latter  auto run from $5000 to $6500.  Pups���������Sporting field dog puppies  for sale; Pedigreed Red Irish Setters.  Mrs. Mallandaine, Creston.  Fob Sale���������6 cockerels ready for  broiling, also 6 pullets and 12 hens.  MrsT W. G. Birney, Erickson.  Cranbrook Methodists will have  their usual summer camp this year at  Green Bay, running two weeks from  Aug. 21st.  Rossland council has just disposed  of its fire hall team at $450, arid is on  the lookout for a younger span of  horses for the job.  Rey. W. F. Burns of Vermilion,  Alta., has accepted the pastorate of  the United Church, Fernie, and will  take oyer the work Sept. 1st.  Selling Out all  Children's  Wear  20% off Shoes, Stockings  and Hats.  10% off Dresses, Underwear, &c.  Sale starts  Saturday,  rxug.  1 ���������  X**K  MRS. BRUCE  Two doors north Mercantile Co. store  Millinory and Ladies' Wear  kjsysr  An examination for licensing Scalers  will he held Tuesdav. August 24th, at  the C.P.R. Mill at Yahk. Thursday,  August 26th. at the Otis Staples Lumber Co.'s mill at Wycliffe. Saturday.  August 28th, at the Elk Lumber Co.'s  mill at Fernie. Further particulars  may be obtained from the District  Forester, Cranbrook.  Another  Tribute  to  the  WILLIS  PIANO  Nelson. B.C., July 3rd, 1020  WILLIS PIANOS. LTD.  O:..  on  -Allow me   to cr-ngratulate you  on your  piano,   which   w<-   had   the   pleasure  of  using  at   our  Chautauqua concert.  It is cr..* of th--* finest instruments wo have ever met  wi:};. nnel w,: *,ve-r-'  pleasantly  surprised  to  (ind such  a  iii-jrh ������������������-.* ai .*!.". i  Wishing von <*  .'i Canadian pianos,  ���������ntinued success.  Very truly yours,  NKOLAl ZE DRIVER,  with Ellison White Cliautauqun.  NELSON'   BfiAXCH at :-j04 BAKE It ST.  nn  Miracle IVIotor Gas  MORE MILES PER GALLON  \ *    . !���������*.  v.-r.-.:illy  ^a-**'���������lii*.\  ������������������:��������� <;:������������������*���������*;*  <: \:  * -   ���������! *. ���������  iii pp!i'  kep������-  ...;n   .- .,pn   ���������I i 'id iy I.i**1<h.  ���������in-,   'li-itillaU',  Iii''   '!���������<���������   !������>*������/ ,";r'i eif i' ;���������*������������������ ^eili n'-  iini-  I *ll t.   Up   ill   UlU'-t,    feil-lli;    Holl'llle-   in  I'l-    I ll i X tl 11'-   ��������� I.  f 11 " I      } r I V ! 11 e r  11 I' >!*'���������  .    I . .    .  etui".        < !eiiitiiius  |>llWi'l',  ���������Hpe-I'  ��������� I..  'I- 1,' '. - I \  I   I i I . I J.  APIAa O.V AFM'KOVAL  U/,. hct.o in tinrh th*> HOI.OPHANE NON-C.l.AHF. I FNS  which meets all the raquirements af the new Motor law  0!Fm\ wTmX pr"1 ���������IC"'!* ���������*|i'" 0rm %-K N  UIIL.UH UH  Liac-ATfi urfot:.  vmittmni:.*-   RnnUiii-SE-  t'MtxJI.tTL.     UI  ' Building operations this week include a commodious new warehouse  which Mawson Bros, are erecting at  the back of their store premises. W.  K. Brown is busy erecting a garage on  the lot he recently purchased from Mr.  Cory���������at the rear of his town residence.  The passing of the usual batch of  accounts was the chief business in  hand at the school board meeting on  Monday night. If the cost is not prohibitive the trustees plan to put in a  drinking fountain to replace the  granite cup system now in use at the  public school.  The 1920 mosquito season is now  practically over, the coed wave the  fore pait nf the week putting the  finishing touch on them. Not for  many seasons back have' tbe pesky  critters been as numerous or as active  as this year's supply has been for  almost six weeks.  The excessive heat kept down the  attendance at the Creston-Wynndel  baseball match here on Sunday afternoon, which was won by Creston by a  margin of 12-5. As Wynndel players  had been hosts at a dance the night  previous naturally they were not  playing at top form.  S. P. Birch, tbe first of several expected English apple buvers paid  Creston a visit the latter part of the  week, in quest, of a couple of do/en  cars which his firm is prepared to  handle on a consignment basis.  While his preference was for the later  varieties lie expressen a wiloingness to  take a quantity of Wealthys.  Hev. Jenkins Burkhoider of Caledon,  Out,., who has been taking the Pres-  bytei'ian church work here the past  four Sundays, left, on Monday to spend  n couple of weeks at the coast before  returning east. Word as to whether  he will accept the pastorate of the  local church should bo available within the- in'tt  feniv e>r five weeV'*.  Tin* Dominion fruit, crop report for  August states that in Creston Valley  the- apple crop will he 75 per cent,, of  Mn- UU*.) yield, with Wealthy ami Mc-  lntosh the leading varities; Wagners  good, and CHtiinated at IK) per cent, of  \.it-\     year; winter    YalielieH    iiw.li'ii u.  .M i i* U   limit'    t.t.lei    ii,   li'iuileil    (.ii.iii   111  .ilU'i*      Ve'.It:..    tUle*      t.ei      thi'      e**;eV;,: i Vv'  moii-it.uu- in May nnel .lime.  The* niei.'t ne-t able e-xl le'ines in Valley  li*iii|ie*rat in rn Were iu evidence the  fi*re ji:i)t eif the week. (In Miimlay  the- e'iti/e'iiti ������������������ w i-l I i *i e*el inn lit I li' metre  eif t'U in the shuib', while   a   gale that        . . .i.r.       i l      .      ,:...!.      ..,|..|  I ' >      *   ������  r i       ii***  lliin'/-* e,i7 mi i.i|iielly that   at au early  REVISIOH OF  PROVINCIAL VOTERS' LIST  England Free  or  KASLO ELECTORAL DISTRICT  An instructive article on  "PROHIBITION" by  Rf. Rev. Hensley Henson, Q.D.  am  Copies   free  on   application to the  MODERATION LEAGUE  418 Hastings St. W.  Vancouver, B. C  A post card will place you on  our mailing list.  Notice is hereby given that on Monday, the. 13th day of -September, 1920.  at 10 o'clock in the forenoon, at the  Provincial Court House, Kaslo, B.C.,  a sitting of the Court of Revision will  be held for the purpose of revising the  list of voters for the aboye-named  Electoral District, pursuant to the provisions of the Proyincial Elections Act.  And notice is further giyen that any  person claiming to be entitled to be  registered as a yoter in the aboye-  named Electoral District may apply  in person to have his name entered on  the list of voters for the said Electoral  District at the said sitting of the  Court of Revision, notwithstanding  the fact that his name has been omitted from the list of applicants for registration, or that he has omitted to  apply for registration at the time or  in the manner ttherwise provided by  the Proyincial Elections Act.  The list of applicants for registration is now posted and may be inspected at the office of the undersigned  Registrar of Voters.  RONALD HE WAT, .  Registrar of Voters,  Kaslo Electoral District,  3rd August, 1920.  3       ^k- Mm- S  mmT^S,   ffl^H ^C2^ \SBMV   IHUir       ff^Q   H^W l^^mMm. W>^^  We have just receivea an assortment of Sport  Shirts���������size 15 to 17.    Dress Skirts  with and without collars  Men's White Silk and Cashmere Hose.  We have a full range of Men's Dress Hose  from 40c. to $2 per pair  President Suspondevs. Coat-loss ftuspondors���������"2 point,  Paris Garters, Handkerchiefs.  TIE..  ���������a fai  ll  kSmUnj,O*i  -.*Md\x**->*-������������������     ******    f/S  x-tm-~y    ^mv^xram^ivi*^  Men's St. George Wire Arm Bands  Gillette Safety Kazors.  H   * M'  A   '**7SOlN  I JVB /-V VV kT  i  "Ji.JM>/' v'u  JL  Better Service  Gone���������! Morclumts  Lower Prices  irafM^itrff iirsn swiw^


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