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 ^PvincialLibrary a^gl"  J-* I*-*  Vol. XII.  CRESTON, B.C., FBI&&Y, SEPTEMBER 17, 1920  JNo. 2������  Directors Arrange  Fail Fair Matters  At a well attended meeting oi  the directors of Creston Valley  Agricultural Association on Tuesday night all arraegements were  completed for the 1920 fall fair  whieh  will be held  on Saturday,  not*.    Or* A  X^SX~>-r-     ew-ejUl  President Rodgers occupied the  ohair and after the minutes of the  ���������July directors meeting had been  approved as read, a considerable  budget of correspondence was  tackled. This included a letter  from the Dominion experimental  farm authorities at Invermere,  stating that they had gotten together a brand new display that!  was sure to prove of interest and  asked that space be reserved for  them at this year's Orest-on exhibition. A similar request was also  received from Willis Pianos. Ltd.,  who want to put on a display.  Both requests were granted.  The Athletic Association have  agreed to handle the program of  sports on fair day afternoon and  $100. was voted for this feature of  the exhibition. Owing to secretary  Constable having to take oyer the  work of supervising hay outting  operations on the flats it laneces-  alBO have  E. C. Hunt   of   Nelson  sent along to help with the work.  Those who are at  the heads of  the several departments are being  urged  to be at the grounds  at 8  a.m. of the first day of the fair to  receive  exhibits and from present  appearances     there    will   be   no  hitches of any sort in promptly accommodating exhibitors as well as  having" the stuff carefully set .up-  and everything in readiness fOr the  judges  to start work  as early as  they care on Saturday morning, so  that Hon. John Keen, who is to be  invited to open the exhibition, can  proceed with the opening exercises  promptly at 1 p.m., Oct. 2nd.  Busy Sept������ Session  Hoard of Trade  summer months. Mrs. Birney has  again consented to act as superintendent and the attendance has been in  the neighborhood of thirty teachers  and scholars.  Smlm&feg*  Mrs. Alexander, w^io has been a  yisitor at Lethbridge, Alta., the past  month, returned the latter part of the  week.  School re-opened on Thursday morning with Mr. Lewis of Vancouver in  charge as principal, and an opening  day attendance of 40 pupils. According to the School Act as soon as the  attendance reaches 40 a second teacher  must be proyided, and as soon as the  furniture arrives for the new room it  is expected tbe second teacher will be  ���������secured immediately after.  A meeting of the settlers' organization is called for the 15th inst. by President Bell. Tbis will positively be  the last chance for any to put in appli-  sary to secure a successor to  and the president  was autho;  to interview R. Walmsley and ^ja-  gage him for the   position.   The  firm at  Cranbrook haiidlin&,,4ae  "V^-~^:z^^^^z^^^-  ed with iia^ar^ferW have aa  lighting system for the main boil*������������-  ing both days of the show;  A committee composed of Messrs.  Bennett, Allan and Garland was  named to handle the dance in Mer-  cantile Hall on fair night, which  the association is putting on this  year, and they will be requested1 to  consider also engaging the ���������'6Td  Peekin theatre, if available ~-\~\~  night, to take care of any .overflow  there may be. If there is no picture show it is felt one hall will  hardly be big enough to accommodate the dance crowd.  tmumit  Messrs. jo-evan ana opeers were  constituted a committee, with  power to add, to look after the decoration of the main building. As.  there have already been a number  of requester as to the charge for ihe  privilege of serving refreshments  on the grounds on fair day the  directors decided to make a oharge  of ten dollars and all who care may  -set up booths on paying that foe.  For tho grounds commietee  Chairman Johnson i-oportcd that  tenders has been called for the  four-strand wire fencing of the  grounds but that the coat was in  excess of thc amount allocated for  the work and in view of this increased cost it was decided to  abandon tho fencing for tlio present. For tho ponltry display a  temporary -aliod will be erected,  most likely on the north side of tho  building.  A letter from tho department  notified    of    thc   appointment   of  "... . ,S ...   ...        *-rtx       *1^C.       ~.nnx. "Mxrvtmn      ������������m11  J ..v-,.,-   -������������������        . v   . ....... _   -   .-  - - -   ho two of thorn in the fruit section  ts,\f>i (nv live stock and dairy products, and one for tho poultry.  Throe outsider-) were named Lo  n-.--.ko tho itwiu-d-ii in the hulieti* ccc-  lioiiH, ah well um in the tichool uiu  trie-tVi (.'.oianeititioii. Thc judges  not being doc mod uuiliciont for the  ll'lUt   cltl'lM  UM   t'liell*!,   Will   ll*' inmle  to  caiiouD ffeDa* m supply cf fiats hay.  Hev, J. S. Mahood, visiting Church  of England yicar at Greston, will be  here on Sunday afternoon, Sept. 26th,  at 3.30 for the purpose of conducting a  baptismal seryice.    Any wishing to  A^R.Webb.  *.*?-?*������������������ ���������*���������' * ������������������ ���������-- ��������� **--'.     * **  About two inches of rain have fallen  here since the 10th. and Jas. Jory is of  opinion that at least double that  quantity has decended. Just when  the rain started tbe men had the roof  off his* sha������fc���������which is being re-built  into his new house*���������and up till Tuesday it had been impossible to get the  top coyering back on again.  The concert and dance at the school  house on Sept. 4th netted a matter of  $45, half of which the Ladies' Auxiliary turned oyer to the Labor Day  picnic fund and the other half goes  toward the debt on the piano.  Fred Weston is an absentee from  camp this week���������on a yisit with  friends at Nelson.  At the re-organization meeting of  the Sunday School on Sept. 5th John  Bird was unanimously chosen superintendent and a good list of teachers  were.' c-nrolled, who are working in  turns in handling the several classes  in the school. For the present Sunday school is being held in the morning.  R. Hewat of Kaslo, the official  registrar of voters, was here on Wednesday evening at the schoolhouse.  for the purpose of affording a last  chunce to Listerites to get on the new  voters list. A few who had neglected  the duty pxeviouhly were enrolled.  John Bird has just received official  notification of hib appointment as a  deputy game guardian, with special  jurisdiction   over the  Lister section.  A most interesting feature of Sept.  4th concert which escaped mention in  our last issue was the presentation to  each one of the men here of a Princess  Mary gift box. These are made out  of British army cartridges and are  supposed to be pencil boxes���������each one  having a pencil encased in tho bullet.  The boxes arc of brass and about  three inches t.t-juare, with a minature  photo ot' the princess umboHi-u-d on the  coyer.    When the programme reached  ������!-...   .....rrrv   V..V.J...J.   tl.a.    It'lVfkU    lliwl    if*   111*  distributed there were tdionts from all  over th*.- hull for Col. Lister to make  the preHentation which were ho hmiHt-  eat that, there wan nothing for it but  for him to oblige, which he did with  **...       .<.   Iinl        ���������! (Vi. Ill li I V      ���������'(���������llllll'      II f'll'lll,  The appearance in town of the first  road show of'the season kept the attendance at the September meeting of  Creston Board of* Trade down to the  requisite quorum.; of seven members,  and outside of routine and unfinished  business the. session was featureless.  President Constable occupied the  chair, and after' the minutes of the  August meeting had been approyed  as read, and G; A. M. Young had heen  elected to -membership, a start was  made to dispose of a sheaf of correspondence appertaining to matters  taken up at the two previous meetings.  . Chief of provincial police MeMynn  wrote   from   Victoria   that   special  notices were being posted at points  near the Alberta and U.S. boundary  points warning visiting autoists that  it was compulsory for them to register  with the nearest available provincial  police officer on entering B.C.   Creston Women's Institute wrote thanking  board members for making their cais  available to provide an auto trip for  the delegates to the recent institutes'  conference.     Commissioner   Starkey  of   the   Associated-Boards   of Trade  wrote asking for -specific information  to present before the session of the  traffic   commission    at .Nelson, and  there was a letter from the comptroller of water  rights stating that no  license would be issued to C. P. Hill to  develope mining claims if such license  was liable to interfere with the Valley's   Goat   River, irrigation scheme.  A letter from the proposed new  East Kootenay Associated Boards of  Trade was read, in which the date of  September 20th was .suggested as a  good time for "t^ -meeting of the  organization, .witSt; J������ernie._suggested  was too short for the preparation of  resolution's, etc., the   secretary    was  instructed to < write asking that the  meeting  be not held till  about the  middle of October, and the following  were selected as convention delegates:  President    Constable,   CO. Rodgers  and S. A. Speers.   Owing to no provision having been made in the financing to take care of this latest affiliation the delegates will be in attendance  at this function at their own expense.  Affer a considerable correspondence  with several officials as well as the  member for West Kootenay re having  Creston again made a port of direct  distribution of dutiable parcels shipped   by  mail, a   letter   was   received  from the deputy postmaster general  through   R. F. Green, M.P., in which  the  board is informed that the convenience sought has been re-established us from September 1st.  A delve into the proceedings of the  board of several months back revealing the fact that assurance had been  giyen that when thc German artillery  was being dlstribnted as war trophies  Creston would receive every consideration. And as almost every town of  any consequence in the Kootenayo has  now received one or more of these  guns, the secretary will write the War  Trophies Board to ascertain when  Creston's allotment of t.hit-i discarded  artillery is likely to be shipped. With  definite information on this point tho  soldiers' memorial committee might  find matters easier to handle in the  way of choosing a site.  Public Library  Prospects Better  Erickson local of the United Farmers are out to deyelope the practical as  well as the social side of the organization. Last week they took delivery of  a carload of hay, which the members  haye purchased. Flour and feed will  also be handled later. Prices on tim-  moth and alfalfa mixed are about $35  a ton at present.  The rainy spell we have had since  last Friday has ylayed considerable'  havoc with the ripe tomatoes and  from now on the export in this line  will be mostly of tbe green sort.  However, the wetness is expected to  materially help size up the apples and  possibly the spuds.  School re opened for the fall term  on Tuesday of last week, and to date  the attendance has been oyer the 30  mark���������the biggest almost for the past  six years.  Miss Melva Cartwright has returned  to Cranbrook where she is starting oh  her third year as a member of the  school teaching staff in that town.  Erickson has been active in carload  shipping the past ten days, during  which the Union has loaded Out four  cars from its new warehouse and this  week the Staples Fruit Company  loaded its first car.  The Union warehouse is nor? eons*  plete for this season's operation with  the putting in of the new floor and  the putting in of an apartment which  Packer Atkinson will occupy. Miss  Wood of Creston has been here a few  days this week being initiated as an  apple packer at the Union warehouse.  toFrank Palmer Was EricksonVrepresentative at Spokane fair this year,  spending a few days there l^sfc ^eek.  At the Woman's Institute meeting  on Friday afternoon hearty votes of  thanks were passed to the members of  Creston Board of Trade and other people who so kindly lent their cars and  drove the delegates to the conference  and some of the institute members on  the trip through the Valley.  Mrs. R. Sinclair Smith was also  most heartily thanked for the generous supply of flowers she proyided for  the decoration of the tables and platform on the night of the banquet at  the Parish Hall. Everyone admired  them, and they were very much appreciated afterwards by the sick people to  whom they were sent.  One of the conference visitors, Mrs.  Brodie of Nelson, has kindly consented  to put up any girl or woman for the  night who may be passing through the  city, and unwilling to stay alone at  a hotel���������if the Womon's Institute wiii  lot". Vkoi-* Ir-Th-AYST ?*������     4---*****%������*    on ���������K^-ftut*-. olio m-atr  ������<W   M-~-~-m    t~mx^A.-0^ xx    mmm        veiuiv      xtkat   *+Bxmxr W������*"w    ��������� ������������������������������.������j  meet the boat or t*ain.  Mrs. Mallandaine bas offered a special prize for six quart jars of anything  made from tomatoes, either green or  ripe. The first prize is $3, and second  $2. $15 was voted as a donation to  the school for the hot lunches next  winter.  Mr. Killam, superintendent of travelling libraries, addressed the Hseet-lQ*'  on the subject of providing a public  library. He spoke at an informal  gathering the night before and a sufficient number of people signed a dec-  i |aIra.f.!*n*n nt t-bsi? intention of fornjin***-  ?&iw  ^.c^ttg^-h^;^lM^',?^6^;'iB  Erickson property."* Qn a yf-^ here  last week J. E. Myers of Aa^cbuVer  disposed of his 20-aecre unitriproyed  place to Geo. Hobden. She land  is opposite the Hobden ranch and it is  Mr. Hobden's intention to at once  start in stumping and getting it ready  to plant out to orchard.  a Creston and District Public Library  Association. This has been mailed to  the registrar of joint stock companies  and a charter of incorporation will be  sent in a few weeks, when a library  boardnpf fiye member^ can be chosen  S>y a put>]fe j&^  Association, and officers elected. This  board will then decide upon the details  of financing and housing the library,  and ail other matters connected with  it. The institute will have, a whist  drive and dance on the eyeuing of Armistice Day, Nov. 11th.  BGteheneB*  Erickson  MisB Ruth Klingensmith, who io at  Blairmore with her parents this year,  was an Erickson yisitor last week, the  ^uot-l of JilVtixi Stcll.i. McKclvey,  Mrs. jffi. W. Klingonnmith of Yahk  has been hero for a couple of weeks  looking after the fruit harvest on  their ranch at Erickson.  Mrs. Frank Staples loft on Wednesday hint for Grand FoiUh. where she  will spend the next couple of months  with   Jill. oin|> 1,1/c,  iv Mil J he tllimiliiif/, iein  iStupIcM Fruit Coiiiputiy opt* jkliont. al  itmt -jH'lut.  The Union fluiulsiv FU-.liool  i. r.uuwel  round of applause at the concluuion of   operation!! the llrnt Hiuiduy in Neptcm-  1,1 it- Ki.i.ik  woiit. ������- ��������� hy. ..iia:������'   Li'iiijJ   -Cu'^cii iii.**.,;���������.������.*,   tui:  I'.'.'O  A basket social and dance for the  benefit of Kitchener school was held  at the Kitchener Hotel on Saturday  night, and although the weather was  anything  but favorable  for  a good  turnout, financially the affair was a  huge  success.     The  auction   of  the  box* s produced a total of $187, while  Trustee Frame gathered in  another  $20 on the raffle of a duck donated by  E. Driffll���������both as an auctioneer and  booster for Kitchener school  surely  this performance put Jimmy in the  gold medal class.   And on top of all  this P. A. Paulson, who was unable to  bo present, sent along a donation" of  $10. bringing the total intake of tbe  eyening up to $217, all of which goes  to  the  school   fund.   The  ladies  of  Kitchener   haye every reason to   be  proud of their baskets and contents,  especially Miss Laura Geroux, whose  lunch box sold at the respectable total  of $81, while the one manufactured by  Miss Simpson was good for $20.   Mr.  Schonnert   officiated   as   auctioneer,  and the best recommend ho could possibly ask for was the uniformly high  prices ho got for uU the boxes offered  ���������to nay   nothing   of the   smiles   his  good   work   produced   on   the   hard  working trustees, Messrs. Hunt, Johnson uiul JL- rumu.      Mfsn- liiu eiemcu *:jxl,Pi-  lent music was supplied by our two  popular and capable musicians, the  genial Jimmy Booth at thc piano and  Oliycr SiiiiiiUtiUi on thc yiolln, with  Mr. Schonnert in charge of the Hoor.  One writer has it:    "The old Bhould  be *K*!t>d, thcy havc come a long way;  UkO    JOIUIK    iien.'.t    L/y.    ^i,.,..,    U.v',   L... j  have a long way to go," und utirely  l.hin fine old saying wan nobly upheld  by tho people of Kitchener. Thank  very much, boys, nay the trustees;  and au for the ladies they can't iiiim*  you enough. Among the oul-oi-U>wii  *j*iu't'l������ were ivtibu Beyeuiiuti uuu PtPn  S'lmu Andenon of Cn-nton. Mis������  Irene .Siuiiii oi Uei*rilun<l ha-i juiit  :*,*"'���������'! Vel <'*>' take I'llill'iee- of tin- M-.liool.  Mr. and Mrs, E. Butterfield returned  home on Monday after a ten days'  holiday at lake points.  F. Stark of the A. Macdonald Company, Nelson, was a business yisitor  here on Friday.  Mr. and Mrs. E. Wall left on Tuesday for Creston, where Mr. Wall is  working for Jas. Compton.  Duck Creek is now axperiencing one  of the most extensiye "rainy spells in  its history. Already we have hnd six  consecutive days of it. The prolonged  streak of wet weather has driyea all  the early-bird haymakers off the flats.  Miss Auslang Andestad and Mr.  Charlie Hindley were quietly married  in Nelson on Tuesday, Sept. 7th, and  ure now spending their honeymoon at  tha coast. Their numesous friends extend best wishes for long life and hap-  pinepp.  Mr. and Mrs. II. F. Packman left on  Tuesday for Creston where Mr. Puck-  man will be on the apple packing staff  at the Compton ranch  Duck hunting is all the rage here at  present, but so far as we cun make out  the local sportsmen net very little  more than a real good wetting. There  should certainly be more duclis in evidence for the quantity of shot that  has been fired.  Vi. R. Butterfield spent the week-end  at Proctor, looking up old friends.  K. Ferguson, provincial asses-sor, of  Nl*I*������ou, i>.ud Wynr.-Jc! di-.trlct a bttci-  iLLrx...   \ SlllL.   Llli     rx' * .H..-J  .  Owing to the bad weather never*:*)!  |.u,;;,.; v.v-rr d!!:.-*.p;vv*"t*i>d in not hciuK  able to get to Creston  on Wednesday.  M.innufi "lti>eli4*i.. Ii.i-. i.uch .i UnarU of  putt tne; on good hIiowh that we hate to  miwH even one of I hem.  C. Op-ilvie- in ecttinfy ahead fiint with  111!,  tlew   Hoie-ii* aim    e-A|ie'e*iH     la i   le.ive*  11.  ', (H*i*:lK''l bv tlu* etui of tlu* month.  ^\-w9Wnt\~99\          ���������i������'*������w*www^������  l������������g������������*^^  '  ' l*telie*ift������  Anmvm>m44imi0t.iLt*M0->'.4ii. ������������������, tj.r.~^���������i^*ix  4AW\-~m^mf'^Mt0:i-Mii������iWli%  "���������-*-.:,*T,*B,*;!m;t*,.**m*^^  iaiM*^^ ^515^. .gBssx^...jt  Th������  Growing   Responsibility   of Labor  Signifiennt of the change taking place in the minds of people as to the  proper relationship which should exist between the individual and the p������b-  lic, or, perhaps, it would bc more correct lo say between the citizen and  the State, is a decision of far-reaching importance recently arrived at by  thc Amalgamated Postal Workers' Association in convention assembled at  Edmonton.  By an overwhelming majority the convention decided to delete from  its bylaws the clause allowing members to join in sympathetic strikes. It  will be iccallcd that two years ago the business of many Western cities  was crippled and all but demoialized through strikes'of post office employees, and that, as a result of congestion of mails, the whole country was  put to inconvenience and loss. Again, last year, in thc big Winnipeg  strike the same thing occurred, notwithstanding that these employees were  sworn servants of the State honorably bound to conduct the King's business no matter what might happen.  Now, however, ihe postal workers have by thcir own .action declared  that thcy will not countenance actions which bring inconvenience and suffering to all the people who are quite guiltless of having inflicted any injustice upon the workers and who are, as individuals, helpless to right  wrongs and remove grievances which may exist. At the same time, and  properly so, the Postal Workers' Association emphasized their detemina-  tion to employ all legitimate and legal means at their disposal to uphold  thc dignity of their organization and secure betterments in wages, hours  of service, and working conditions generally.  This action on thc part of onc important group of organized workers  sounds the dcathkncll of thc One Big Union plan of organization in this  Dominion. The carrying out of the sinister plans of thc O. B, U. is only  possible, as its very name implies, by the "banding together of workers in  all walks of life in onc big, overpowering organization which, by reason of  its strength, and acting under orders from one central head, could defy all  law, Governments and society in general. Unless all organized workers  join the O. J3. U. it cannot succeed. Should it succeed the workers themselves would, in the long run, be the greatest sufferers.  The right of all workers to organize, for their self-protection, and in  order to enable therri to bargain efficiently with employers as to -^Vagcs,  hours of labor, and the conditions under which they arc called vpon to  work, is now universally recognized. It is officially accepted in the  labor clauses of the LeD.������-ue of ?? it tions covenant.      But such recognition  mmsmMsssi&mz^Sd^^  m\\\&L?&m^^  docs not carry with it acceptance of the doctrine that a whole nation  can bc "held np" and denied the modern necessities of community existence unless any and every demand made is immediately and fully granted.  The strike weapon is an obsolete instrument for thc redress of grievances. It is a two-edged sword, and inflicts as much, if not more, injury  upon those who use it as upon those against whom-it is directed. Methods  of conciliation, negotiations looking to a compromise fair to all parties, the  establishment of courts of arbitration, are not only a fairer but a much  less costly way of arriving at a settlement of industrial disputes, just as  thcy havc been recognized in the League of Nations as the proper and  Christian  way  of dealing  with  international  differences.  Might docs not constitute right. It never did; it never will, and they  who resort to force are always liable to find themselves overcome by  force. Thc strength of organized labor lies in the sympathy and support  of the people generally, and when Labor resorts to any action which alienates public sympathy and support it ruins its own cause. The individual  is no longer allowed to take the law into his own hands to adjust persona! giievances against another individual. If he does, he finds himself  in the clutches of that law which was created for his protection and which  he ignored and failed to appeal to for redress. What the individual cannot do, organized bodies of individuals cannot be allowed to do.  In this age there should bc established properly constituted courts'for  the adjustment of all industrial disputes, in whom all parlies can have confidence, just as other courts have been established for the protection of  individual and properly rights of all kinds. It is a hopeful sign that organized workers, as represented by the Amalgamated Postal Workers' Association and certain other labor unions, are coming to recognize this fact.  They v. ill find the people supporting them, and thcir influence will be all  the  greater  in   future.  To Develop Lignite Fields.  Financial men in Eastern Canada  have organized $500,000 corporation  for the purpose of developing the  Estevan, Sask., iignite fields. Six  hundred and thirty acres have been  secured at Roch Percee, Portal, Sask.  HILDREN OF ALL AGES  M.-n Swear���������Women Complain  {Some Mennonites  Going- to Abitibi  Tu-:   b: "i-.'.se   their     corn?     .v.-ne������������������  easy   to   cure     them     with   Putnam's j    Corn   Extr.'ietor;  it acts nainlcssly  ini  twenK-four hm:-**;.    For corns, warts! Bishops Will Endeavor to Establish  and o-ilh-u-ies t!*.e only thing is *'Pli;-i Colony in Quebec  n:  T it,  Scii  P:\   d;-ak-:  Ll..-     t  ill-,  I  Children of all ages���������whether it be  the new-born babe or the growing  child���������have to be constantly guarded  as to their health. Upon the good  health of the little onc largely depends his strength and usefulness in  after years. Baby's Own Tablets are  the ideal home medicine for children  of all ages. They are a gentle but  thorough laxative which are absolutely guaranteed to be free from opiates  or other harmful drugs and which  may be given to thc youngest child  with perfect safety and beneficial results. Through their action on the  bowels and stomach they banish constipation and indigestion, break up  colds and simple fevers and make  teething easy. Mothers, you can  make your little ones well and keep  them well by just keeping a box of  the Tablets at hand and by giving an  occasional dose to the baby to keep  his little bowels regular and his  stomach sweet. The Tablets are sold  by medicine dealers or by mail at 25  cents a box from The Dr. Williams  Medicine  Co., Brockville,  Ont.  Copper and Nickel In Quebec.  Copper and nickel reported running  in lodes of from 100 to 140 feet have  been discovered in the Lac du Bonnet,  Quebec, mining district. The Dominion Government has sent a survey  party to make a report on the whole  field.  More persons arc killed by vehicles  in London than in any other city in  the world.  Could Hardly Live    for    Asthma.  Writes one man who after long years  of  suffering has   found complete  relief through Dr. J. D. Kcllogg's Asthma  Remedy.    Now  he knows    how j  needless has been his suffering. This  matchless remedy gives sure help to *  all afflicted with asthma.    Inhaled as'  smoke or vapor it brings the help so  long needed.    Every dealer has it or  can   get it for you from  his  wholesaler.  Pulpwood in Manitoba.  Pulp resources in Northeastern  Manitoba will remain undeveloped  until means of transportation are established, F. K. Tercnmer, inspector  of Dominion forest reserves, said on  his return from a forest inspection  trip in thc district northeast of Norway House. He reports a good quality of spruce is found which would  make excellent pulp, but there is no  outlet for the finished product, the  rivers being unnavigable except by  canoe. /  University and Farmers.  The University of Alberta is cooperating with the United Farmers of  Alberta in supplying technical information for the-junior members of the  United Farm-?ta������ The professors in.  the College or "Agriculture prepare  treatises which are distributed by the  United Farmers to the junior members. These treatises deal with such  subjects as thc study of farm crops.  Happiness is the result of being  poor and respectable���������according to  the story books.  'The Moors are credited with having" introduced cotton manufacture  into London in 1590.  Howrs  i nis :  Apples   Direct  ( >���������  Leaders of thc orthodox Mennonite  ' church at Rhineland have decided  to  ,   | take their people to Abitibi, Que., and  :'**���������"���������! establish   a   colony   there,   Mr.   J.   F.  ","'; lircenway, deputy minister of educa-  )Cin?-   ilnn, Winnipeg, has announced.  who i ..  ..,,   |     Mr.  trrcenway, who returned from  ; a trip to Rhineland, where he orean-  i \.c*\   public  school   districts,  said  he  had  the    authority    of    one    of    the  iuinii elders, who was a member of  Ci'j,.\  .ll)!*"  ni* i  i,.Mr*  I**.!!  ! J"*rir������ :*:i''**'   >?..  f>***".' * -ii ' ion  ! I llije  Iclcgation which recently wailed  ���������..n Premier Taschcrcau, of Quebec,  i'or hi.;  'Uatcinent.  Th-:--   impression   prevails,   said   Mr.  1 I-���������-'-���������j.w-.ty, that    the     exodus    woul I  plit lli*-* church. Some will follow  '!.*������ bishop and elders, and others  ���������-.''.''  v-'urein  in  Manitoba.    He had no  ::,'..: Mi'ion in regard to the prob-  :.*.!***  p.'���������������������������������������������|J.*r to go.  We offer $100.00 for any case of catarrh  that cannot be cure by HALL'S CATARRH  MEDICINE.  HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE ia taken  internally and acts through the Blood on the  Mucous   Surfaces   of   the   System.  Sold  by druggists for over forty  years.  F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo Ohio.  Price 75c.    Testimonials free.  Sheets  of  mica can be  made    one  thousandth of an inch thick.  ONLY TABLETS MARKED  tirx Av/ar-rvti        mr  A *M^Bt-vii* ���������  LSI      AKL    ASCI KIN  Not Aspirin ai>All without the "Bayer Cross*">  The Royal Scots claims to be thc  oldest regiment in the world.  "FREEZONE"  Lift  Off  Corns!     No  Pain!  r)  '���������"!  ~xtm~  "i-AtT ,. ������ir.!:UJKlti:������t ICVtJIiJ*).  m %pitM~*\ -v���������z'tsT:'*?.-}.' {Wi  il'lix)   tO ^-.J.   LrZ-l .it.   1     tll-J  mm     m     0dm      ���������      U II lAx I */   r������l 11 VCtl  ~,    W 8fl*#  *P ���������fr55& cyeKesedr;>NoSm������.rtin2,  tut jlleil    t~.y~    Coiiii-uii.       Ai  Vc~r Dfir**!*!** nr by msll Mc  ntie H���������**.������**��������� I���������*,  -������..".  tt...~*Ji  -*,������.  ef,,* /r/.n  ,���������f\f-   " ������,-#  tr.x'td.  , ..     ,   .. 0.   ......     0 ...       140  ... 0- *. W rr  r.  r. ,ll  tm*���������       0-J/*~      xxXr.00mim.j4      Xr-id..      *mr mr. ~ m. ^,-  y.j   niattcr   how    deep-rooted    the  .!!*,   or   '.v'.ir,   may  be,  it   must  yield  \'.Pjj.\--a-j'.,  Com   Cure  if used as  i'herm W mi ian for Varsity.  J :. *  i h.i'rei  l'.ii-n Woi.M-ii of Maui-  !*.i   ;.'*���������*���������   .'jrr.*i:i*r*;:tig a     special   two-  '���������'!���������*-   .r'\iL.'-r  e.,'ir*.'' nt  thr   I'rnviprt.'il  ..;.*���������: .ity f',r  iiiral v/oi k*-i s, hi order,  fit    :!i'.*l.i    for    niOlf*;      i(le*e;tiv<-    Cejlll-  '*"'''/     i ri'l   J.i.'ilie-   ���������'���������<>i le*.  A   '   '��������� ;-'. ..."   !,-:i   .*.;:'.   f< e-ntly  i i:nc  -,;?,   li   '!:'.:.i',* .-.   of    thiity   .uilcii     by  , . n       .-       . i ���������     ...������.*.���������    e j. >.i e   v/.i *e   ill   l>(ir r ���������  .'*.,ii   ut  St*.   IVo-r .Ini c in   UUR.  Tho namo "Payor" identifies tho  only genuino Anpirin,���������tho Aspirin  proHcribod hy phyniciuns for ovor nineteen yearn and now mado in Canada.  Always buy aw unbroken package*  of "Bayer Tablets of Aspirin" which  containn proper dlroctlonn for Colelo,  Headache, Toothache, Earache, Neuralgia, Lumbago, llhoumatiam, Neuri-  tia, Joint Pains, aud Pain generally.  Tin boxes of 12 tablets cont but  a few cento.   Larger "Br-yor" paclcugca.  Tlicr������ is only <mo Aspirin���������"Bayer1*���������You xunut say "Bayev"  Anpirln I* the* true-In rrmrlr. (re~ln**nrnfl In Onniuln.) of Tlhycr Mnniifaeturri nf Mono.  ���������icetlcacldoBtor of Rollcyllcnelel. Wlilla It In woll known thut Anpirln monnu Uaynr  manufacture), to a-en Int. tlio public airnlnat Imitation*, tha Tableit* of Bayer Compuiiy  will b. ���������tamped with tUolr uonoral trad* mark, tlio "JJuycr Croin."  liucMil hint .* bill JL>ioi> .t Utile:  "Vit-fji.iit" ou an acliinp, corn, iti -  i.tmitly that corn f.top:i hurting, then  i.hoitly you lift It ii*.-.I������t off wftli the  hiiKfra.     1 'nil y I  Your   (hugi^'ut   iclla   u   liny   bottle  t  ni;. -,..  f.....        f r.*  ltd.     m    ll.VV     I.tilt*),    Mllll-  i irnt   to   remove    every    hard    corn,  i.uft   lulu,   ut.    eoiii   bi-.lwccit   tlm   toc.i,  .md ih*** rulluscsi, without uore*ne.;'; or  Just Imagine  Tlio e'clii-iejaj l.icci������c.. >ovi \eoulei j.ia'io 11 vou cuuld w.ilL. ye.it ii.tt> .m uei-li.iio *'l  Ono Tliouaoml Acred of ripe, lunctous tiult, lit thc iiink of conelttlon, pic.kiiiK only  tho clioiceHt, unina notliiiig with It but pure enne uuffar, and if, in nelelitiou, yeni  hael tlio inoiit eiclentilic ninchiritry to turn it out���������Don't you think your Jam -wouhl  be  Just   about   perfect?    Thin   in   |tut   how  d*. m   4t m rvrm 00 m  d\ r-xi    r-.   -*   .0 ,  JL-,.  u.   sAi-xdJixji   oc   t)uiVL),   juunued  MA.K1E   TIUCIU   JAMS   AND   JK.U1A1CS  nnd   aro   mill   IculinU  'lliey   were   the   lirst   to   make   l'ure   Jams   iu   Canada,   and   ar������   mill   !  in   popularity.     Try "a  tin  of   thcir  new   ttciuottii   utiuwhcuy.     It  in  elclic ioux  A������k   your  nroccr  lor  li.   IJ.   hinilira  Jain������  with   the   Mi-iplo   I.enl   luhel.  K. ������>. Smith & Sons. Limited  Wiiii.ijie  c.  J'ltlH   Cie/V/ciu   itutl   1'ici.ti vci u,  WIMONA.   OMTAItfO  Weiitern   distributor*  ll lu* -ii.ill',   Wiili.il'> li,   K.i;i.l.i   .mil   !'.-..'.iutui>i.,   Ijitit'u-      Iiuwulli   II.   liaiu   Co.,  *'.ili;;iry   uiul  Keliuonton,  Alls.  m  IsHV  f'-  1  I  liil  fl  i*l  r  uuuwuui^MiMMUwdiHueii uwuMiwiiiMiii^wiiiiettie*eBi'tti.ee*-to*eeii*iieeiiMiihW'jiieeiii^  smtmtmiMMmii-  mmitmmtmimiitwmmtmmim  mmmmmmmm^mmmmu THE     BEVIEW,     CRESTON.     B*     0-  EARTHQUAKE E  ITALY CAUSE  leniency Is A Failure  WIDESPREAD. DISASTER   FOLLOWS EARTH TREMORS.    .  Many Thousand Are Reported to be  Injured in Violent Shock.  Rome.���������Italy is again "suffering  from an earthquake disaster, the extent of which has not yet been measured. It is known, however, that  hundreds of people have been killed  and thousands injured. Many small  towns and villages havc been wrecked, and although assistance is being  hurried from all parts of the country  to the afflicted area, there is much  suffering for want of food, medicines,  and  shelter for the people.  It is not yet possible to calculate  how many hundreds arc dead. The  list up to this evening shows close  to 400 already reported. There arc  many bodies under thc ruins, and  there arc wounded also under the  ruins who have not yet been reached  by thc rescuer. There are believed  to be many thousands of injured, the  hospitals at Spczia have already ad-  mittcdv500, and 500 have been taken  to other hospitals nearby. Improvis- j  ed hospitals composed of tents are  caring for others.  All classes arc combining in their  efforts to render aid. Survivors describe the shock as terrifying, .the  air was filled with choking> blinding  dust, so black that the sun was lost |  to view.  The great-towers of medieval cas  ties   were   shaken   aud   partially   de- S  stroyed.     The Ducal Palace at Mas-  sacarara, which was the summer residence     of     Napoleon's     sister,     was  seriously  damaged.  Lloyd   George   Says   Guarantees   of  Good Behaviour Are Necessary  In  Ireland.  London.���������Guarantees that attacks  upon police in Ireland must cease are  necessary before the government can  consider the liberation of Terence  McSwincy, lord mayor of Cork, and  other hunger strikers, says the London Times in discussion Premier Lloyd George's views on the  subject as outlined in his interview at)  Viege, Switzerland.  'The policy of leniency has been  tried three times already," says thc  newspaper. "After the Easter rebellion of 1916 a large number of prisoners were unconditionally released  and twice since then the same thing  has been done. The very men let  out of prison at once engaged in  fresh conspiracies and started murdering police in Ireland all over  again."    *~.  The newspaper declares the government must cither protect the  forces in Ireland or withdraw them  altogether. It points out that Premier Lloyd George made a distinction between the Sinn Fein, which is  not "a criminal organization" and  the "republican army" which is striving by force to dismember the British Empire.  JUDGMENT    OF    BOARD    HAS  BEEN ISSUED.  Advance   in   Wages   and   Operating  Expenses Necessitated Raise  In Rates.  Ottawa.���������-The     judgment     of     the  ~t*  board   of   railway   commissioners   in  tlie railway rate case, covering'some  20   typewritten   foolscap   pages,   nas  been issued.      It was written by H'on.  F. B������- Carvell, chief commissioner, and  is concurred in by four of the other  live    commissioners    composing  board.      It states the reasons of the  board for arriving    at    the    decision  to   grant   increases   in   freight   and  passenger  rates   and  emphasizes the  fact  that   the   railways  have  not received   advances   in   rates   consistent  with the advancing    cost    of    opera-  I tion.  "I realize,"  said Mr. Carvell, "that  French Object to  American Interest  these rates will be a substantial bur- |  den upon the people of Canada, but  it was admitted by all parties at the  hearing that the cost of everything  i entering into he operation and  mainenance of railways has increased more than 100 per cent, in  the last four ycars while the railway  companies have been granted increases in what are known as the 15  per cent, and 25 p'er cejit. cases,  amounting on an average to not more  than  35 per   cent."  The judgment lays emphasis upon  the fact* that a large proportion of  the" increase granted will be taken  up    in    maintaining _the    increased  Railway Employees Want Advance of  Thirty Per Cent. Over Present  Scale.  Ottawa.���������A. B. Mosher, grand president of the Canadian Brotherhood of  Railway Employees, confirmed thc  statement that the recent increase of  20 per cent, did not satisfy thc Canadian National Railways' employees  and unskilled laborers. Thc employees demanded an increase of 30  . per cent, of present wages.  The Canadian National Railway  offered io apply the recent award of  the United States Labor Board,  which presented an increase of 20 per  cent, over the McAdoo award of two  years ago, to these employees, many  of whom already through schedule  arrangements, increases greater than  those represented by the award of thc  tjie ! United  States   Labor  Board.  Committee representing thc employees of eastern lines will resume  negotiations with officials* of thc Canadian National Railways, but no arrangements have yet been made, Mr.  Mosher said, for joint representation  to be made before the Canadian National Railways and thc Grand Trunk  Railway.  About 5,000 employees arc affected  ANXIOUS TO  STORE PEAC!  WAR     WITH     POLAND  ONLY AN EPISODE.  WAS  on the eastern lines of the Canadian  National  Railways.  Jucrn-RIavQ Want Albania  mx. mmm^m*     ���������*-*>-������**���������**��������������� v md* ��������� *   ���������nas1*       A Jk* Wt*MAW*  Rate  For  New  Loan  Calculated  at  9.42 Per Cent.  Paris.���������The    French    press,    commenting on the new loan to be floated  by    the    French    government in the  United States, comments on the rate j  of interest to be borne by the $100,-; wages which the employees of Cana-  000,000 issued which, with the charges | dian  railways will receive when the  and premium, is calculated at 9.42 per  cent. This, it is noted, appears very  high to the French people, unacquainted with the money situation in  the United States. It is not unreasonable, however, thc commemtators  explain,    when    compared   with    the  Chicago   wage   award   schedule  goes  into effect in Canada.  At the hearing,' it says, Howard  G. Kelly, speaking for the Railway  Association of C3nada, stated that  thcy had decideel to pay the railway  j employees   the   rates   granted  to  the  Troops Are Already in Possession of  Towns.  Rome.���������Jugo-Slavia intends to  make itself master of Albania, it is  declared here in the light of recent  reports. Jugo-Slavian troops haye  occupied Tarabosh and are attacking  Kastrati, Dibra and Elbassan. In  the fighting at Dibra, thc Jugo-Slavs  have been repulsed, losing a number  of cannon and machine guns. It is  reported they lost 1,200 prisoners,  Bosnian and Slovenian troops surrendering. Other attacks being made  are progressing more favorably.  Soviets Were Amazed at Allies Imposing Blockade of  Russia.  London.���������The    Russian    delegation  in London, headed by M.  Kamcncff,  has published thc reply of M. Tchitcherin,  the  Bolshevik foreign  minister, to thc last note of Arthur J. Balfour, lord president of thc council.  It is a long and argumentative doc-  . ument in justification of    the    soviet  \ administration.       It  declares  that  in  thc face of thc allied blockade of Russia, it is hardly in a position  to express    anything    definite or anything  but astonishment at the procedure.  Thc note reiterates that peace, in  order to develop her possibilities, is  Russia's fundamental aid, and declares that the war with Poland is  only an episode in the struggle for  peace.  The Polish appeal for mediation in  her dispute with Lithuania will bc  considered at the next meeting of  the League of Nations which will be  held in Paris September 16. It will  then bc decided whether Lithuania,  which is not a member of thc league,  will be asked to state its intentions.  This is similar to thc procedure resorted to in thc case of the Aland  Islands, in which Finland, a non-  member, was called upon, with Sweden's permission, to submit its argument. ~~  average income from securities, with j American employees by the Chicago  the  bank rate  and with  the interest i award, granting back pay  to May 1  ��������������� -1* ���������**��������� * t~* ~    x ~        . \ _   * .-- m m ���������  charged for recent loans in  Switzer  land and Belgium.  Aid for Housing Scheme  last,   and   on   cross-examination,   he  'frankly   admitted   that   if   thcy were  not granted he firmly believed "there  would be a general strike throughout  Canada."  "Realizing    the    sincerity    of    his  ... , ,    ~x    . ... .        t������     j   i statement    and    the    terrible results  Proposal to Exchange Victory Bonds      ... ,. .,     . ..       *   .  i which would necessarily fall  on  thc  For Winnipeg Debentures.  Winnipeg.���������Should   thc   Provincial  Government carry out Hon.  Edward  people of this country, as a whole,  under such a contingency, I havc  taken    his    statement    into consider-  Browu's proposal  to exchange $300,-! ation in adjusting thc rates herein.  000 worth of Victory Bonds for city   jt must not be forgotten that a very  cf Winnipeg debentures,    the    bondsJiarge    part    of    the increase hereby  will bo realized without delay by the) granted  will bc necessary    to    take  city,   and   the   money   loaned  out   to'. carc   of   this   increased  wage,  in   the  Not Concerned With  Freight Problems  Liverpool   Market   Regulates   Flour  And Grain Price.  Toronto.���������''The Liverpool price  regulates that of flour and grain for  the world," said a prominent Toronto  milling firm manager this morning  when asked if thc increase in freight  rates on the railways would affect the  price of those commodities. "Liverpool is not concerned with our  freight problems and is only anxious  to buy in the cheapest market, but I  think they cannot do better than in  this country."  Clemenceau to Hunt Tigers.  Paris,���������Georges Clemenceau, the  former French premier, will leave for  Inia. on Sept. 20 on board thc steamer  Iacprdiller, sailing from Marseilles.  Hc will land at Singapore, where a  British ship will carry him to Calcutta.  M. Clemenceau will proceed to  Himalaya to hunt thc tiger, and will  return to France about New Year's  day.  Revolt in Moscow Against Bolshevik.  London.���������Several serious revolts  against the Russian Soviet government have broken out in the neighborhood of Moscow and have been  suppressed with much bloodshed,  says a despatch to thc Exchange  Telegraph Company filed in Copenhagen. It quotes telegrams received  in that city from Riga.  OM~~-  ztssxs  One Great Essential  To a Woman's Health  Is Her Nerves  home builders under thc civic housing  scheme at seven per cent interest. A  by-law authorizing this proccure was  passed at a special meeting of the  council. The $300,000 will allow  about 75 more houses to bc built this  year.  case of thc Canadian Pacific Railway  Company alone, amounting to nearly  $22,000,000 per year."  Women Meet in ChnsKania  Nature intended women to be  strong, healthy and happy as the day  Is long, instead of being **ick and  wretched. But how can any woman  bc healthy and happy when thc whole  nervous system is unstrung. The  trouble is they pay more attention to  thcir social and house-hold duties than  thcy do to their health. Is it any  wonder then that thcy become irritable and nervous, havc hot flushes,  faint and dizzy spells, smothering and  sinking spells, become weak and ncr-  vour, and rvfrythinrj >" life��������� becomes  dark and gloomy. '  Miiburn's Heart nnd Nerve Pills are  thc v*?ry remedy that n-rvous, tired-  out, weary women need to restore  them to th*- hlrssin-pfs of r-noel health.  w Mrs. P. II. Ryan, Sand Point, N.S.,  writes: "I havc been a great sufferer  from nerve troubles. I was so weak  and nervous I could not sleep at night  .   * ��������� *������������        ..mm..      ..ryrtr T  ......    hi j     m t ��������� i .. .          could not walk across  the floor vvith-  "out trembling.    1 bad hot flush---!* and  fainting spells.     When   I   was on  my  mrnml box of Miiburn's    Heart    and i  Nerve Pills 1 began to feel bcttur audi  kept on  until   1   had  used  six   Imxr.s,  . V       4      V  ,       ft I'll ....... ., ������|  V.'iicu   i   I rll   iiki*   ,i   <iii.<i...i   ,i*. ...J,..      I ]  am  never  without  them  in  llic house f'.']  and recommend them to all who sii:tcr  with  their  nrrvcfi." tenaiin <1  bv  I      I   It    C .)Wl. ������1 IM'A lit, *l <��������� <*.**. v... -V    ������   ., * , .      i        t     ti. t   tnui1<'<l   <liri'������*t   on   receipt   of   pricv   hv    *      ������    ,  1    llf- 1. olllillltW (rU., .........    .'., I    C  onto, Out.  Bash Fires Under Control  Discuss  Problems  Relating  to  Welfare of Individuals and Community.  Washington.���������Women from countries that remained neutral aud from  thosc that took opposite ideas in the  late war assembled in thc first meeting since 1914 at the Quinquennial  Congress of the International Council of Women, at Christiania, Norway, September 8 to 17.  Tho object of thc congress is to  provide a means of communication  between womcn'.s organization.*-, in .ill  countries on questions relating to tbc  welfare of the commonwealth, the,  family and thc individual. Some -100  women have enrolled to attend.  Discussions  will  bc   held  on   such  What   Lydia   E.  Pinkham'a  Vegetable Compound Did  for Mts. Peasey  *������f London*  London, Ont.���������-"I Buffered with periodic pains, wan weak and run down,  could not ont. nnd had headacho.n. The  worst symptoms were dragging down  pains -so bad 1 sometimes thought I  would go crazy and 1 nccmed to he  smothering. I was iii this condition for  two or three yearn aud could not Keom  to work. 1 tried all kinthi of remedic-M  and baei b..c*n treated by phycicinuM, but.  received no benefit. I iound ono of your  booklet!-, and f-dt inclined to try Lydia  E. Pinkham'n Vegetable Compound. 1  received the best re-sulta from it, and  now I ke-^p hotiHo an'd go out; to work  and am lil<e a new woman. 1 have rec-  your Vegetable Compound  Fires in Northern Manitoba Worst in  Ten Years.  Winnipeg.���������F. K. Hcrchmcr, district inspector of forestry department,  received news'that bush fires at Norway House are under control. No  loss of life or damage to buildings  has been  reported.  Thc bush fires in this district have  been the worst recorded during the  past ten ycars. Owing to lack of  rain pasture has been completely  dried up and fanners arc already  feeding stock.  , .    , ,. ommendod .,���������  subjects as  new hues  in  the  system to my frien,ia, and if the.se facta will  of education, international aspects of ludo -some poor woman um*" them tw you  public   health,   thc   housing   problem, '      '    ''  B.C. Coal For Alaska. __  Seattle,���������Four  ships  of  thc Alaska  Steamship Company's fleet arc bound  to Alaskan  ports    with    cargoes    of |  British Columbia coal for points sup- j  poredly :ulj;ieont  to the   Alaskan  eeial |  fields.      Another  vessel   of   tlio   licet  with   1,000   tons  of  Urilish   Columbia  coal will sail for Alaska.  Just .a minute please J  HERE'S a timely suggestion  for your vacation kit.  ,.   Put in an  Ingersoll  Maple  ILeaf with a Radiolite dial���������the  |ace that lights up in the dark.  The cost will be $4.00, and  for that you'll have a hardy,  handy, husky watch, built to  keep going wherever you're going; to stand any rough stuff  you can stand, to give you  faithful record of the time of  day and time o* night.  Thus you can give your ex-  jpensive watch a vacation in a  nice comfortable strong box,  knowing that the Maple Leafi  will tell just as good time and  ibear hardships juucli mora  cheerfully.  Then if you lose the Mapld  DLeaf Radiolite ��������� you should  worry, when you realize you've  only lost $4.00. Suppose it had  been your high priced watch!  And there isn't any town too  small to supply you with a new  i'viaplc L,cui.  Maple f-rntsf ttadiotite, $4.00  thc  campaign ,-igainM .social diseases,  and the  League of Nations.  Dcicgatr:;   will   be   received   in   the  Royal Palace by Queen Maud eif Nor-  .'av. the*  eiiy eif  ( le > istiania will  te.'.i-  Innelienn   and   they  will  be  en-  e*i*.*ie*    soeie-ties.  ������������������ian   I'.irli.uncut  ���������r   :���������  Vai'NUI:.  r    . I  ������������������������*���������  i h.-  ! !-  torv Street, London Ont.  'flio reason women writ-* ������uirh le.Mera  to thc Liydia E. Finkham Medieinw Co.  and tell thoir friendu how thcy ave  hch-uu in Ihat Lydia E. Pinkhntn'-n vr*c**o-  tahle Compound ha������ brought health and  happtne.".:; into their liven. Fired from  their illnetin they want to paiui th������ good  newii ulonjj| to olhur uuueiiui; women  that they nlr.o may he relieved.  If M.v-V"  t-.V -0--** r.r*~nrv\vr.niiimu Vol* till  not underutuml write to Ijvdiu E. Pink-  \.:.-.:> *iif<\'-.nrn- Co., Lynn, fyhiim.  Troops Desert Semenoff.  London.���������General    Scmcnoll's    adventures in  the Far East have ended  -    '  ��������� ������ .*e i        l .... t.:.  ������U iu.    I till    tiy.'r- i    t.,1... .     ....   .     ....  of General Lolchvitski, have gone  over to the government of thc Russian Far Eastern Republic, according  to a wireless drhp.iU.u from Moscow.  SeiiwnnfF'i entire gold reserve in said |  to have been captured and handed j  ovcr to the  Vladivostok govern ment. |  i  ���������eSfl^Sr" ~t.-mJX   __ XX00V0&  m-r 4-0.000100, 0..-...I IVrM r-r r-r, p*-* x^.-i      10  msl-i*..- from $3.25 to $M.CO  W.    N.    IT.    13.U  iSSSSSm^-SLSKLS-  --���������--m^  *������'**M*-''*������W****'^^  ^i^g^^^^^^^^^u^^mj^^^m^^A^^^^^^^muiMi^^^^^gl^^m^^^^U^UB^tt^^^^t^M^bil^^BAlMM  'iumf-aiKifof*  MBe*******!-'**^  ^u.-...,j���������n-iy,J:,.Ld...-,..- jijj^ijjy.fcj* ������������������*������������������-*'���������'    '- '   #ri*y������*%%^*'-l*t^  KSKSS  nun!  i..*utaai*i.,'i!i������..iiv( wesauau  ���������?.��������� ^���������u.-.astf-s /ijvrr.-f^t-.rr.'Sis- .-c^t-sx try. *wip?. *y. 4.i:itm������tn< ;*.*.*������  rt**r������������K-������Wji>������  -j^i^Cl*iirtiJi^-* A< ii.  THE  CBESTCK  EEYIEW  THE CRESTON REVIEW  B.C.  advance.  Issued every Friday at Creston,  $ubscription : $2.50 a year in adv,  S3.G0 to U.S. points.  C. F. Hayes, Editor and Owner,  CRESTON, B.C., FRIDAY, SEPT. 17  1920 Fall Fair  Shaping Nicely  Now that citizens have had time  to thoroughly digest the prize list  of Creston Valley's 1920 fall fair  tlie comment is general that certainly the directors are offering  awards that are well worth the  going after. And since the rainy  spell that has prevailed for almost  the past week has given the ranchers a little time to size up their  crops enthusiasm is equally manifest in the matter of entering in  every available frnit and vegetable  section and gathering in a slice of  of the prize money and trophies  that are offered.  The fruit section awards are  particularly attractive. In addition to the $1 and $1 prizes offered  in the regular way in the box lots  no less than frur silver cups are  being   awarded, as   well   as  extra  special prizes in several of the sections.    A particularly noteworthy  offering is the ease of jam by the  McDonald   Jam  Co. of Nelson for  the   best   packed   box   of   apples.  Creston Fruit Growers Union offers  $5 for the best colored box, and R.  F. Green, M. P., has  a $5  special  for the best crate of Italian primes.  As an incentive to the Canyon City  growers   to  exhibite   the   Canyon  local  of  the  United Farmers  are  offering  $5  in   two   prizes  to the  resident of that district scoring the  most  points  in   the  fruit  section.  In the live  stock division there  is   the  same  eagerness   shown   to  bring ont a display of both cattle  186a���������Tatting.    1st. $1.50;   2nd, $1.  186b���������Home   made house   dress   in  cotton.    1st, $3; 2nd, $2.  The above items are missing from  the printed prize list of Creston fall  fair, though they appeared in the  needlework list*.for the fair as published in the Reyiew a few months ago.  The ladies"wili enter these in Class 12,  using the Section numbers as aboye.   3  anil  1   iiuioca,  T���������  XUrx  UILL-  ir.XXr.Xx  iqibliCI  r.1 rt c*c*  The rainy weather which settled in  on Friday has hung up haying operations completely. Mr. Blair has a  crew of eleven men at the Reclamation Farm, H; F. Petennan being one  of them.  v  ONE ACCOUNT  The Joint Savings Account is the most practical arrangement for conducting the financial  business of the home.  Should the husband be away, sick, or find it  inconvenient to get to the bank, his wife can  make deposits or withdrawals without any  trouble. -���������  tia  ni nciBin gin?  ULUOIHU uui  iUIBUt-J*  anfS  0m HHiS  ramaonones  I have Pianos in various styles  and finishes.  New Scale Williams and the  sweet toned Ennis.  I am  selling  them  at_ prices  that anyone can afford.  ENNIS PIANOS  $475 Boudoir style Mahogany  at $340.  $500 Louis XV. style Mahogany, at $350.  $500  Duchess   style,   Fumed  Oak, at $350.  NEW SCALE WILLIAMS  $650 Louis XV. style, Mahogany, at $500.  A  few Columbia Grama.  phones at bargain prices  while they last.  These  instruments   must  go.  $60 VAREN1 VIOLIN���������a  very fine toned instrument, at $50.  S. G. FOREMAN  CRESTON  BiitterfieliJ H Son  Wynndel  We" have just  ei|ii-ne<l  up .i  se'le-rM if in eif  Men's &. Boys'  Underwear  Men's and Boys' Shirts  'lens and Boys' Socks  it.  Ladies' Hosiery, &c.  whi'*h we- are- oifeririK at  te*inpl inn  *>rif*e*-<.  'I'll    llliike-   I'eienn   fed*   e.|h'*l*   <rnii<\'  40 I.l. .       ���������   I. ' .    A  Canvas Footwear at  or.  ������-4... ���������/"*"���������-���������*.*���������, S}ff  i'l'ie'i".    i re- e*/>������|. en" e| e.wn       Wi-   nf"  ������������������!������',-.' '  ' ���������      '   I    ' . . .      . '       '  . * > t t  I'   J |... . I . . , ,       i   i I ., -      I , I i I  i  \   ....    t . I       il.y  muUiiif*; a    |.i .lin.i ii 11 y ' nl   in   all  inn   |ni<*.**'.      e.iyi* um a  ihhii   in.  Geo. Johnson offers a silver cup for  the best general purpose team,  while for the best general purpose  ranch horse a $12 sweater makes  an attractive special prize.  The   cattle   class  is  also   quite  generously remembered in the matter of cups, with the Bank of Commerce  offering   one  for   the   best  dairy cow, and the Stockbreeders'  Association   are giving  a  cup for  the   best  beef type animal  in the  show.    There are also special offerings in other sections of the cattle  class.        The   same   generosity   is  evidenced in sheep, pigs  and  rabbits, though in these the competition is limited  to a very few sections.  T*>l,-v ���������������x-r-r- Slrti. rxr.~~.~~xZ XX rt r. -x.-xm,r,  x uc    yVsZts    xtSii   uuiijluxuu66   Were  very careful in revising the awards  in the poultry section, and believe  that this year's list provides for  most of the breeds that are in evidence in the Valley. In this class,  too, a silver cup is to be awarded  to the best male bird in the show,  while $5 is divided into two prizes  for the best pen any variety. Too,  the prizes in all the poultry sec  tions are just double those given a  year ago.  In the vegetable department  there is a silver cup for the best  collection. The McLeod store at  Erickson offers $10 for the best 25  lbs. of potatoes. Butterfield &  Son, have a $5 special in the cab  bage class, aud Hon. John Keen  wants to see a good tomato display  and offers $8 in two prizes.  For a small fair prizes could  hardly be more generous than  those in evidence in the needlework  section. Care has been taken to  offer good prizes on articles that  require much material and time to  make up, but space will not permit  of specialized mention of the several  attractive features. The same attention and generosity is in evidence also in the juvenile department.  The cooking section is tho best  ever. Competition has been limited  to what may be termed the essential lines and generous prizes given  in every case. This is particularly  noted in the bread classes, where  the winner in eaeh case takes home  a 98-ponnd sack of Hour, with a 48  pound Rank aR second prize. In  canned goods tho list lias also been  equally carefully adjusted and  worth while* prizes are in evidence,  A new feature to this year's fair  In the School District'.'* Competition  in which live oi' the Valley school  in.'eivKe h*i* <��������� (.',if][ fhmrite.fl te.ji dollars for two competitions open to  their own particular districts. Tho  leacher-M iu these sections are urging the pupils to enter this competition and from present appear-  'U!-"-"h  thf-   ���������������������������/���������liool  '���������)-i]di-r-rr<j display  i ,    r',-"i.r.      ���������������������������'    '"      .1"       I' -lieuc    eel     l.lli:  ������������������.flair I Iiat will ailiae-l. | lie- limiVi  share; of attention. An outside  prirt.y hr:.:; !;'.'.-; .v.-:;;;..'! in i,J���������iWn  and }ii'\..0-- tlii-i s������*f-tioi> and her  awards wnl n������-, uwit.e el with interest  by the juv'-nileii.  W. Wright of Coleman, Alta., a  former West Oreston rancher, spent a  few days here this week, a visitor  with F. A. Dunn.  The rains of the past week haye  effectually put out all the forest fires  in this section, and Geo. Seymour,  who has been fire patrol, is expecting  to be laid off at the middle of the  month.  Messrs. F. Rose, and W. K.Brown of  Creston were in this neighborhood a  few days last week on a hunting trip.  Grouse are reported scarce and the  ducks are only now beginning to  arriye.  J. D. Moore of Kaslo, road superintendent, visited this section on his last  trip to the Valley, and report has it  that a few hundred dollars will be  spent on improvements to the road  between the bridges and Stephens  ranch.  Mrs. C. Meakin is having a visit  from her mother, Mrs. Sudworth of  Glace Bay, N. S., and also her sister  of the same place. Her mother will  probably make her home here for the  winter.  Nick's Island seems to be the popular location for the Creston haymakers again this year. The crop  seems to be patchy���������heayy in some  streaks and light in others. This  weeks rain will help out the quality  by washing it off. Much of it was  very dirty.  In the flower line, at least, watch  for West Creston at this year's fall  fair. If the weather is right for getting the display to town Mrs. R.  Sinclair Smith certainly has an array  of blooms that should carry on* most  of the red tickets.  Cow Fob Sale���������-Good milker. Apply J. E. Hayden, Creston.  For Sale���������Collapsible go-cart and  baby carriage, $12 for the two. H. A.  Dodd, Creston.  Fernie citizens who are behind in  their taxes are to be sued in the  county court for aii arrears up to  1920.  The Consolidated Co. employees are  to be supplied with coal at cost. The  firm will buy the coal in car lots for  them.  Another Doukhobor school is to be  erected for the cdtication of the young  Donks in the colony near Grand  Forks.  Thc Kootenaian claims that - Kaslo  youths sometimes charivari newly-  married couples before thc ceremony  lias beenactually performed.  The latter part of August saw tho  hills around Fernie entirely clear of  snow���������the lirst time in twenty years,  according to the Free Press.  The Ijeugo ciaims that*. Greenwood  youths or those of more mature years  are stealing doors, windows and other  fixtures from  houses at Greenwood.  Now that Phoenix hau permanently  disappeared tho mem pets of tho  Knights of Pythian lodge in that town  have amalgam ted with Grand Forks.  Shoe Repairing  Mori's  Half Soles, $1.25  Women's Half Solcs,$ 1.00  (Jnnnmtci-d for (J month-H.  ���������>.".  >.,?  ���������,,*,.       ,,...,.,,l  .,i       ���������!....  nt    I 0   p in. Th urn-day,  SlifHMimk-t'r  1V2. r-MP-JK  ���������������������������*-.   WNHC -Smut* M ***���������������**  CRESTON  K.V. LANDS FOR SALE  OF CANADA  GRESTON BRANCH,  C. W. ALLEN,  mWm-mVBB-m-  Menager.  - i  entries   "l'>**<*   nt    10   p. in. Tli'uniday, |      Hleie:k   III.Ki.iilriiuy   Vulh-y   Land'-.  *., . e     .,,..,      .       .     .,     , ,.        .i-i*',     i ''"'<���������'���������������������������'���������<*.���������*-,     *���������>'.-    .4. .....     1whm������ .1     ..v.j I  '���������'<"'"'   ���������*"'���������    ""     ���������-'���������    ' -**1' *������������������'������������������'������������������ j iiuiel, Mluut. el en, .Sirdar roii-i iii-out. Itf  <-ve'.->it, livi- .'i-,e-!- .IimmI'I li" liVM-**"}*.4 'unlet*    iie.ith   <>f   Wynu.l.'J    -*������<>t*t->MV.-. I  ;,, 1,'t,,,.   m      i.'. i.i...   a  i   V ."i   I l.','iTV *:***'    AH''y   ������e>   t*h������- owner,  G. )  (  - ������ >   .* '���������"������.������   ������������������������������������������������������������'��������� i ui.   ei,e>. i  The price at which we have marked  these, and this store's reputation for only  only featuring worth while goods when it  really has some special value to offer its  customers, will effect a speedy clearance  of this line.    There are iust 62 sets left.  This is an exceptionally useful Carving  Set, and we feel sure you cannot buy the  same cutlery anywhere today at double  the price at least  MaroanfiEe Company  LIMITED  tiw*waiiiii  ���������aiBmiwjBinwim  s  We are carrying a full line of Fruit  Packages of all kinds.  Haul what you require early to enable us  to keep a constant supply on hand.  w ������������������.   in.  ���������   ���������  yI ooiuii rillll ul Ufffful & uiiluil  LIMITED  If  ���������uuHMpa-ua  /-\    Eh**k  X   JL JBLm-i  M  r*  MAKE your banker your financfol  adviser. Let him help you to  shape your affairs so that he will be  warranted in giving you ample credit  0 ���������*���������������������������������   ������        ~~i ~tr\  U> opekale youx x~~~~-~ i~xii-*i~.ii.~xy.   \~t~s~  ���������aim is to .assist you in every way  possible.  <)GA  8  I  0  uric* w^i^z-iuw-u's -Ujt-%iM~.m~  OF CJTMMFRCF.  PAID-UP CAPITAL       - - $15,000,000  ECERVE FUND - - $15,000,003  OTil.'i-VnVT   IIPAM-T'tT    -P    f*    T>������-.������**, ,*.���������->���������    M-,,r, ,���������...  UaVMI-''*   V������������       m~m-mm~ *���������*.*>   mm-*04,g      mm-       *W*-������      *-������ w ** i. *>*-���������.��������������� j      --^ ���������.** *i 00 ^C * ���������  *"*  wjm-wmwmmfmmimtmim  _.   r _.   .. .   ���������. J   .     .....   ..      . x.���������..---..  -   . At?j.iJ4xL4.l������.lrt\*iLl,. L.^Lmlii-.tlSt. ritLxx~L������ll*Jti~:tlAl-l.tJ,*l^,*litJ,4JiZ6.d:tx  .. LmH4UH^-*jm-,~* ,t������ Ah- . .   mi   ��������� *"      1     *���������*���������*������������������������������������-���������** ���������Mr-'''*^'*'-***^*'^-'"^^  intTitf-iiMirmiiMt-i  w'-a^B-^'SWaftw*^^  IC*iywi^'B(}((W nW-taftipi jj  '^'^tiiitt^m^  wmm*m##t^^  uwtnimiffltmtmmmsmi- aBmmmamtm  THE CBBSTOH  REVIEW  Loyal Orange Lodge, Ho. 2095  Meets THIRD THURSDAY of  -?ach month at* Mercantile  Hail. Visiting brethren cordially invited.  ERIC OLSON, W.M*  The proceeds of the sale of the dismantled Phoenix skating rink amount  to $1200, and this will be spent on a  monument to those fallen in the great  war, the memorial to erected on the  site of the C.P.R. depot which has  also been dismantled and moved away.  wate:r iVOt/ce  DIVERSION AND USE  Take notice that the persons mentioned in the Schedule below, whose  address is Creston, B.C., will app}y for licenses to take and use the quantities  mentioned in the Schedule below of water out of Sullivan Creek, which flows  northwesterly and drains into Goat Riyer, about 100 yards southerly from the  C.P.R. bridge at Canyon, B.C. The water will be diverted from the stream at  a point, at about the intake of the Erickson Water Users' Community Pipe  and will be used for dtuiestie and-irrigation purposes upon the land described  as mentioned in the Schedule below. This notice was posted on the-ground  on the 23rd day of August,* 1920. A copy of this notice and an application pursuant thereto and to the Wat-BC'A.ct, 19U, will be filed in the office of the  Water Recorder at Nelson. Objections to the application may be filed with  the said Water Recorder or with the Comptroller of Water Rights, Parliament Buildings, Victoria, B.C., -Within thirty days after the first appearance  of this notice in a local newspaper.   The date of the first publication of this  notice is August 27, 1920.       .      .  The Persons Mentioned in the Schedule below, G,A.M. YOUNG,  Applicants. Agent.  SCHEDULE  Sanies of the persons who have mutually agraed with one another to  form the East Creston Water Users' Community, and who will apply for licenses to take and use the quantities of water for the purposes on the lands respectively hereinafter mentioned:...-;.  Just a little oyer $2000 was eollected  in police court fines at Fernie last  month.  At Penticton minors are not allowed  to frequent places where two per cent,  beer is sold.  The C.P.R. is erecting a new coal  shute at Fernie almost adjoining the  freight shed.  The C������P.R. still has strong faith in  Rossland and will erect a new water  tank at the depot there.  Cranbrook hunters are importing  Chesapeake dog'' to assist with hunting operations this year.  Cranbrook may put on a drive to  raise $3000 which is still required to  purchase a motor ambulance for St.  Eugene hospital. $1300 has already  been secured by dances, etc.  N. M. Trafton, who recently disposed of his moving picture theatre  interests at Trail, is now running a  grocery store in Calgary. Since tackl-  \n<r -j-pal work he has reduced his  weight about 30 pounds.  Unless the eight shareholders in  Fernie's skating rink come across with  $3300 at once the holder of the mortgage on the building threatens to  foreclose and the town is liable to  have no rink this winter.  Half a dozen Verncn youths were in  the   police couit   in   that town   last  week and   convicted   oh   charges   of  Grand Forks has now a branch of I stealing   from   C.P.R.   freight   cars  the only one  Cigarettes figured prominently m the  $25,000 worth of debentures, and Penticton inyestors are to have opportunity to buy $35,000 of that city's irrigation securities.  On a recent visit to Greenwood,  Hon. Dr. MacLean, M.P.P. for that  riding, informed the Ledge that no  provincial election need be looked for  until well into next year���������and that  the Oliver government would be returned by a handeome majority.  Quantity of water applied for  -   ���������    -��������� Domestic  Irrigation.  5 acre ft.  Name of  Applicant  Jas. Adlard...  H, A. Dodd   Cotteril Bros        '���������  Geo. Cotterill.    R. A. Palfreyman   Gertrude Boffey.   K. Andrew   " *���������  Philip Hobden Estate  E. Haskins    E. A. Penson       .. "  J. Andrew        ���������' *'  J. M. Craigie  "  W. J, Truscott   TO     *D     rtrt xx ... -.:  A. .   XV.   AlllSCOl/U... .  W. V. Jackson    W.V.Jackson   A. S. Fitzgerald  "  J. H. W. Gobbett   W. Gobbett   G. W. Wilson   M. McLeod     (domestic only)     4  M. McCarthy.....   E. Haskins - .....  Description of  Lands.  500 gals, day Lots A & E, Blk. 28, Lot 891   N.E.10acres,Blk.28, Lot 891   S.E. 9 acres.Blk. 28, Lot 891   Lot 1, Blks. 3 & 4, Lot 812   Lot 2, Blks. 3 & 4. Lot 812   E. 13 acres Blk. 24, Lot 891  Blk. A-22, Lot 811     Pt. Blk, 4, Lot 812  .. S.L. "J", Blk. 18, Lot 812  East 10 acres  Block 5, Lot 812;   East 10 acres Block 4. Lot 812   Part Blk. 13, Lot 812  ...South 20 acres Blk. 25, Lot 891   Bik. 12, Lot 891   ax _.....Blk. 27, Lot 891  .... West 30 acres, Blk. 5, Lot 812   West 10 acres Blk. 6, Lot 891    Part Blk. 13, Lot 812   .....Part Blk. 13, Lot 812   _ Lots 1-2, Blk. 1, Lot 812   S.L. 8, Blk. 24, Lot 812    Lot K, Blk. 24, Lot 812   Part Blk. 16, Lot 812  JUST ARRIVED  I  ^*m-W B B ��������� -i%t���������v 1LimL-*w0 H^a^*^~*yii3jQj  Waterproof,  B hi Et hm ffl ~Tz. n B 9 Bib   ������**& Bn ff-5 B B ^21  Buy your  Requirements while we have  Complete Range in size of shot.  S. A.. SJPEE3RS  GENERAL MERCHANT  CRESTON  ht   M It****!   U U U *^^ M *"*���������!  ^^u \-^J3 una ^*_CJ  xxr.  VV C  CilU  BUILDING  or  hpa  ^ty w \\v0~~m\ \-M m pv n M' j-Mf  AmIL      kit)   k^ ^^^t ^.4 ^u^ ^.A     |^   ^w������'  ss  supply  Portland  Cement  St     at     -  Lime  W*,    ���������     x  EiricK  Shingles  Lath  Lumber  all sizes and  grades.  ~������     ii M Wm  8 BEPVshfsr  (L.UBBBUtUifl  PrtifB!!f!5ii!l!!  J 1MIT<V'I>  the Lord's Day Alliance  in the Boundary country.  Vernon council has contracted for  the city's winter's hay supply at $40 a  ton delivered in that city.  Fire did S100.000 damage to the  sheds and lumber stock of the Bonners  Ferry Lumber Co. last week.  Snow is now somewhat in evidence  in the hills around Cranbrook, arriving the latter part of August.  To regulate auto traffic silent policemen wiii be placed afc the important  street corners in Grand Forks.  Rossland council is taking steps to  provide parking space and other con- I  veniences for anto touring parties.  The second hand store at Cranbrook  was burglarized last week, and $150  worth of second hand guns stolen.  The  Herald   states   that   ex-mayo  Cameron now has the prettiest car in  Cranbrook���������a seven passenger carrier.  Revelstoke council has decided that  two per cent, beer shall not be sold in  that city except over the regular hotel  bars.  Toward the end of August Vernon  was shipping potatoes to Minneapolis,  Minn., at a price of $41 a ton f.o.b.  Vernon.  The Brooklyn Hotel at Phoenix is  being dismantled. The heating plant  will be installed in the public school at  Grand Folks.  Stuart Mitchell, a Greenwood  rancher, had two, ..cows killed last  week. The animals were both run  oyer by autoists.  City Engineer, Essie of Cranbrook  has just been granted a three month's  leave of absence, and will take a  trip to South America.  Kaslo Methodists are so well pleased  with Pastor Hughes that at recent  meeting of the quarterly hoard he was  given a raise in salary.  Fernie moying picture theatres are  now starting the shows 7.30 p.m.. each  evening except Saturday, and are riming but one show a'night.  Fernie council has just concluded an  agreement with the Alberta and B.C.  Power Co. to supply the city with  electric light for the next ten years.  Water for irrigation purposes at  Penticton has not been available since  the 20th of August. The supply exhausted itself a year ago about a week  earlier.  Cranbrook citizens have bee", using  electric light and power at the rate of  ���������100,000 kilowat hours per year���������or  48,000 moro than Fernie consumes  annually.  The Kootenaian estimates the Kaslo  cherry crop to he worth $0,000 this  year. About ten tons of them were  shipped. J. Win. Cockle heads the  lint v/u.li Zi_ ton's.  Some body walked off with a shed  from the Methodist Church property  at Grand Forks lust month, and the  police have not been ablo to locate the  absent property.  Tho Kootenaian publishes a list of  sixteen Kaslo ladies who will haye  ch;ir've of nohnoln thivi your. "With  ono exception all of thorn aro teaching  away front home.  Owne-TH of cattle at Grand Forks  that allow th*.*. oovhiio to roam at  large will he charged up with any  dainngoH the cattle do and the amount  collected as-laxc:*!.  Penticton claimu to have nhippi-el  17,100 cratca of cht-.i-rici. thin yeai,  with  BingH and  Tinmhorta  the  moat  S prominent. In addition to thin the  ������������������iiiiniiiK factory took euro of 1200  orattvi.  Tho Courier Iu'ihh thai. inv������-!,tign-  tioni; ne������ far conducted indicate- Mint  tho .St. wiary'-i prainu adjoining Cruu-  livoolc i-.an l������-. ivriirate'el. and that, the  lall<l.'>    el. (*.n Lul' ni-    w'ri)    |iMice<'il    with  the work iihort.lv.  stolen property recovered  F. R. S. Barlee, one of Grand Forks'  real estate agents, had his clothes line  completely stripped of Sne underwear,  dresses, etc., one night last week.  About this time last year the Gazette  states this sort of thieving was some-  prevalent.  Trail citizens are being asked to purchase $9000 of cement sidewalk bonds.  Grand Forks recently sold its citizens  To  Lottie   Mead of Creston,  British Columbia, Administratrix of the estate of Mary  Moran,   Deceased,   and all  others whom ii may concern: \  Under and by virtue of the powers  contained in the two certain mortgages which will be produced at the  time of sale there will be offered for  sale by public auction by William Cutler at the Court House in the City'of  Nelson, Province of British Columbia,  at the hour of 11 o'clock in the forenoon, on Mondy, the 27th day of September, A.D. 1920.  On the following-property, namely:  Lots One (1), Two (2), Three (3). Four  (4), Fiye (5). and Six (6), Block Twenty  (20), Town of Oreston, Map Six Hundred and Ninety-three (693), Kootenay  District, British Columbia, it a building known as the Creston Hotel.  For terms and conditions of sale  apply to Messrs, Hamilton & Wragge,  Solicitors for the Nelson Brewing  Company, Limited.  Dated the 25th day of August, A.D.  1920.  HAMILTON & WRAGGE,  Solicitors for the Nelson Brewing  Co., Ltd.  NOTICE  NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that  all persons holding Crown Lands 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-.  tme������������- within six months from the date  of this Notice, either of the full amount  due, together with interest thereon, if  any be due, or a substantial proportion of such amount, which must at  least cover the full interest due to date  together with evidence that all taxes,  whether Municipal or Provincial, haye  been paid, failing which the agreements for sale will be cancelled, as provided by Section 70 of the "Land Act,"  Chapter 129, Revised Statutes of 1911.  G. R. NADEN.  Deputy Minister of Lands.  Department of Lands,  Victoria, B.C., April 1st, 1020.  NOTICE  is tnere any  in  oiiSe?  This is the first question tbat presents itself  to the housewife if aa  unexpected visitor drops  in for a meal. But why  worrv ?  Shamrock Brand  Hams and Bacon  Finest  Quality  Cooked Han-  Lunch Meat  Bologna, &c.  are always to be had  here. In meats nothing  quite equals 'Shamrock'  products.  P.  &G0.,  1 I  nvi  Si m-m      mmJlmmx      m,Mt-x  niBiiiiiiiii'Siiii  NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that  in accordance with an Amendment to  thc ������������������Townsite Proportionate Allotment Act" passed at thc last-session of  the TiCgishituro any person holding an  agreement for sale from the Crown in  respect to the purchase at Auction of  Town or City lotH or lands within tin-  Kite or suburb of a town, payment ior  which linn not boon made in full, and  who wishes to obtain a proportionate  allotment of hik-Ii land in consideration  of the mi mien already paid, mustllle  application in thai. i-enput-l ou or WToi,*  the lwt day of September, 1920. on  which date the privilege of obtaining a  proportionato allotment will cease and  anv person in arreatH of payment  under ail dgri-eiu-.-o(. lor t.ai*.* a:, .uou.*.-  .mtd failing' to make application n*i  stipulated will thereafter be debarred  from taking advantage of -inch P>'|^|*  lege, and will lie mit-jccb ui tilts fuliii-  ment of the terms of t h<������ mile ami  the  .'���������*���������     ....       -t     ||...    Ill*   ..rnt.X        A ������������"   ,0,\\44.*'.-l  lielyini.ii*.   01    *,**..       ........    ........     r.'  uif4 iiv.-.i.Itu* |iiii'-.:h..'>e money, in con-  iH-e-tion with whieh Mperial attention is  drawn fe> the notice appearing in the  e-eli nut l.Mie' of tlli:. p.l'le'i'.  GKO. U. NADKN,  Ili'Otdy Mi-iisti-i- of Land  .  k '.ii.ei 1 iiiceii. of Luui ..  Victoria.   H.C.. May .Mh, V*-'i>\  MlnlSKan pries of first-class land  -reduced to |5 aa acre; second-class to  92.50 an acre.  Pre-emption now confined to surveyed lands only.  Records will be granted covering oniy  land suitable for agricultural purposes  and which is non-timber land.  Partnership pre-emptions abolished,  but parties of not more than four may  arrange for adjacent pre-emptions  with Joint residence, but- each making  ' necessary improvements on respective  claims. (&  Pre-emptors must occupy claims for  five-years and make improvements to  value of $10 per acre, including clearing and cultivation of at least 5 acres,  before receiving Crown Grant.  Where pre-emptor in occupation not  less than 3 years, and has made proportionate Improvements, he may, because of ill-health, or other cause, be  granted intermediate certificate of improvement and transfer his claim.  Records without permanent residence may be issued, provided applicant makes improvements to extent of  $300 per annum and records same each  year. Failure to make improvements  or record same will operate as forfeiture. Title cannot be obtained in  less than 5 years, and improvements  of $10.00 per acre, including 5 acres  cleared and cultivated, and residence  of at least 2 years are required, a.  Pre-emptor holding Crown grant  may record another pre-emption, if he  requires land in conjunction with his  farm, without actual occupation, provided statutory improvements made  and residence maintained on Crown  granted land.  Unaurvoyed areas, not exceeding 20  acres, may be leased as homesites;  tltlo to be obtained after fulfilling residential and improvement conditions.  For grazing and industrial purposes  areas exceeding 6-40 acres may bo  leased by ono person or company.  Mill, factory or industrial sites on  timber land not exceeding 40 acres  may bo purchased; conditions include  payment of stumpnge.  Natural hay meadows inaccessible  by existing ronda may be purchased  conditional upon construction of a road  to them. Rebate of one-half of coat of  rond, not exceeding half of purchase  price, is mado.  PRE-EMPTORS'      FREE      GRANTS  o ACT*  The iscono of this Act is enlarged to  include all persona Joining and serving with His MaJosty'B Forces. The  timo within which tho holro or dovls'ooo  of a deceased pre-emptor may apply  for title under ih!n Act !h oxts-nno;?  from for ono year from the death of  ouch person, as formerly, until one  year after tha conclusion of the present  war. This privilege la also mode retroactive. -*-)  No foes relnting to pre-emptions are  due or payable by noldlero on preemptions recordod after Juno 26, 1918.  Taxoo aro remitted for five yoaral  Provision for return of moneys accrued, duo und been paid blnco Autfuut  4. 1014, on account of payments, fee*  or taxeo on Boldloro' pre-emptions.  Interest on agreements to purchase  *tOV.*r.   CJ"   C\."   .Ci":   -r * *.   I ��������� ���������   ��������� ���������       .t  Allied Forcea, or dependents, ncauTred  direct or indirect, remitted from ������n-  llutmejnt to March SI. 1020.  8UD-PURCHA8-2R0  OP  CROWN  4, LANDS.  A'lovuauii ������u..eio lor iutiuuiica of  Crown grantu to nub-purchaMera of  Crown i.j-tmlB, acquiring rights from  purchrtHcru who failed to complete  purchase Involving forf-ultura, on ful-  tillment o' condition*--* of purcha&c. In-  ���������ro do not claim whole of orlgtniu pair-  i:<il, imichiiiei wleo duo aial Ulxv.ii may  be dluU-lbutod proportionately ovor  -whole   area.       Af-nil-cat Ions   munt   be  QRAZINO. f  Or������������ln������r Ar������t 1010 tr.r ������v������.������..rr...,i;.  d*v*lr>pm*-nt of Uv-**������������������t***>*���������*W Ine-inntry j\ro-  vldeit  for grazing  -lli.trlct.-i and  ranjro  ���������        ������      v*..������f .,..������,. ft , ��������� ^  uvii'i.iu.41, --*, _l>,t       x^.**.xiy 0       v*o**#i4i������i>**alv*ii-v* .  Annual   ftrmzlritf  tx-rinltH  Itum-aA  btu<*d  on mnnt'<-r<i rn? ������;*i'1; j-rt^rit}- t<?r c:,i<\,\>-  .....It... .,,.*..... ...>"   i.-iy(..K|.| tllm J  torm Ai'Mooliwtoim fe.r rnnftrt tnitnnccr-  iiii-nt. Wi-o.. or pat tU.'.'.y fr>������-, i>..*.i i.at-*  tur HeellliTM. i .ti:ii.t ru e.>r II UAi'iieire. up  to \tsl\   head. (0  uiimtmi  l00~gX  t-4l#*^wrflw^^������*i.'l*.IMriWiei.^rttolli^tea������*IW m~u*0ti*ifciit rtfib  Mfi-tr* ***   ���������"���������  miL2umd0jJt5!l*Ml.lmi-tM~^  ������WN������l������li������*w������teWMW,������^^ -������-������'. ������i.������.i ������������ ������������������������.k.������.������  tfmutt-xWmmtmmmmm^S^  m~mWm-lmmmwmm^  T-MnmmmmHMiam  mtmiimmm.md*iitmgfmmiif9i  *-***������w������**������*^*������ww in- t������vim*m-44m0ir*-i ^.<w������w.^.wwi .mt m^tHimmmiiim-atmimiimi  m  ���������u  ������>iii**ei*MiMii''iii������imiHilf**iM  ummmmimmp***  KtBS^^  * i-w-iv^actatii-* wwa. -iiiiwwuaw  THTi!     REVIEW,     OR-RSTOS,     B.     &  MOST EVERYONE  USES THEM  FOR THE STOMACH  They Act Quickly, and Make You  Feel Lively as a Kid  away    from    you  shall never stray  again."  He had never known the"fulness of  life before. He had thought life  something of a struggle after that not  easily attained, a reaching through  and above the clouds for a bubble  that danced always a little beyond  i one's reach.    Now'he knew  that life  A   crowning   curative   triumph   in !-was health and the power to taste and  medicine is now given to the world,  and all who have been sufferers from  stomach ailments, indigestion and  headache can bc cured by a purely  vegetable rerneuy.  Calomel, salts and such like are no  longer necessary. They arc harsh and  disagreeable. Science has devised  something far superior, and you can  ���������go today with 25c to any druggist and  buy a box of Dr.    Hamilton's    Pills,  buy  which arc considered the very quick  est and safest cure for the stomach,  bowels,   liver  and kidneys.  Half sick men and women who  scarcely know what ails them, will  be given a new lease of life, with  Dr. Hamilton's Pills. Depressed  spirits disappear, headaches are forgotten, appetite increases, blood is  purified and enriched, pains at the  base of the spine are cured, the nerves  are toned up, ambition to work is increased, and day by day the old-time  health and vigor return.  A trial only is necessary to prove  how beneficial Dr. Hamilton's Pills  are to all who are weak, nervous,  thin, depressed or in failing health.  ���������y -. ���������      ix .-MBiAs-xummiimn.  f  mow.   ~^~ ������ M / ���������** *m  1 ilkC  BY  ARCHIE P. McKISHNIE  Printed    by    Special    Arrange  ments   with   Thos.   AHen,  Toronto, Ont.  %  a-  J  (Continued.)  Simmons frowned and shook his  head.    "I'll not split," he growled.  "Well, you needn't. I have little  use for you now, but I'd have even  less if you did that. Anyhow, I know  who is behind all this; it's Dalton."  "I didn't say it was."  "No, you didn't; nevertheless, I  know."  "You wouldn't handle Abe Dalton  quite so easy as you did me," whined  Simmons.^. "He's some man, is Dalton."  "That remains to be seen," smiled  Dorkin.     "I'll  just   say     this     much,  though: if I catch him up here on my  Preserve,  I'm going to find ont just  how much of a  man  he is.    You tell  him that for mc."    He laughed at the  baffled expression on thc other's face.  "Look here, Simmons," hc said quietly,   "Dalton   hasn't   got   any   courage,  anel   you   know   it.     He   never 1ak*".s  any chances hi:m*.*It. bt  you   fallow-    to   take   t!  I've j ii *= t   criven   you   v.:*:  ed, but r*l :P yo- so*-  pec:  you  for  :'..<*  ������������������orvc  and I dc::':  *.-. .**.;-.; y- ���������*:  :o ���������  c:\ D.:!:o:-.'< :. : ��������� t:-::v :.    'I'ui  know and feel���������particularly to feel.  Hc wondered sometimes if thosc  men in the city���������that grinding, pulsating place of crowds and jar and  smoke,���������if those men who directed  the channels of learning, business,  and finance, realized the artificialness  of it all.  With him there was no longing to  know more than what he saw and  knew after his own fashion. Those  white stars that hung low above the  tree-spiked open were simply glorious stars, made to blink out of the  dusk, grow golden in the deepening  shadow, and sing out in thc hushed  night with a melody atune with the  eternal chord upon which hung all  .the harmony of his world.  So it was with the winds, the  breeze, the streams, and all the atoms  of all the perfected parts of all his  great world: he accepted them as he  found them. He breathed, listened,  felt; above all, he lived. He was a  primitive man with ruddy life in his  veins, a great and beautiful love in  his heart for his environment; and  every morning, as he stood watching  the lighting skies in the east, his soul  sang its wild prayer to an infinite-  Something which he knew was God  and  God's.  Seldom, if ever, did he allow himself to think of the other world in  which he had fought and failed and  well-nigh gone down. At first he had  found it hard to forget; the drab  thread of past memories would protrude itself at times and spoil the  golden web of peaceful dreams. That  was because spiritual regeneration is  slower than physical; because certain  diseases can be cured only in the  Great  Operating  Room.  Five ycars as keeper of the Retreat  and he was happy, contented, successful. Five happy years. Dorkin  smiled at the thought of how peaceful, how happy they had been. He  hoped nothing would ever occur to  bring the past back before him. He  had just about outlived it, almost  obliterated it from his mind���������all save  one little chapter that could not be  forgotten, quite.  He  could  not  forget  the  disgrace,  the. degradation he had suffered back  there   in   the   city,   could   not   forget  what  he,  an   innocent   man,  had  endured for the crime of another.   And  then   there was a  face  that came up  aud  stood before  his  eyes  whenever  this  memory  forced  itself upon  him.  t gets one of; Oddly hc  had  always  associated  his  c-..\   for   him. ! flisffvn.ee and  this man together.    He  ���������  vou descrv-i had   always  you are "wide awake as  an owl"  at night,  ancK  can't "keep your eyes open" in thc daytime yoa certainly need  Self-poisoning by imperfectly  eliminated  food ��������� poisons is a  very common ailment.  Beecham's  Pills correct it.  Lerccit SMe of  Anr Medicine ia  lbs Worla.  Ss!u Svarrviattm  its Cant-fa.   Ia  bsssa, 25c, 50c  the spicy hardwoods, even that cloud  seemed less sombre and something  more vaguely indefinite than it had  hitherto been. Perhaps it was because of the new spring-tie**-? warmth  in the air; the swect-smemng wild  flowers and thc bird-music that throbbed and 'twittered on every hand.  Perhaps, too, he caught the infectious  happiness of his wild children who  were all about him, his furred and  feathered friends, old and young,  playing and enjoying in full the  strained sunlight and balmy breezes.  The..silver grey fox and her puppies rolled on the sward together beneath a copse of wild hazelnut. A  little beyond them a big raccoon and  four little grey balls, with tiny rings,  about their tails, lay fast asleep in  the sunlight.  Down in a small lake he heard a  glorious splashing and knew that thc  old mink, whose den was deep in the  bank, had taken her family of kittens  out for a morning swim. From a  big beech, close beside him, a cock  grouse clucked his challenge to the  uncaring fox beneath him. "������  Dorkin stood still, a smile on his  face, a deepening wonder in his  breast. It was all so wonderful to  him; each aud every da-*- it grew  more wonderful. These things had  come into his Retreat, wild, frantic,  fearing things.   What a difference to  day! He drew in a long breath. In  it he tasted the sotil* of budding tree  and shooting plant. It was like thc  sweetest nectar to him, and hc laughed softly, for sheer joy of it all, as  he passed on up the path to his cabin.  As he turned a corner of the path  and came into the open, a big man,  dressed in grey tweeds, rose from his  seat on an elm block and stood before him. "Stanley, by God," the man  muttered, his face paling a triflle.  Dorkin paused, and a deep -ed  mounted to his temples. He took a  quick step forward, his hands clenched and hts jaw set. Simultaneously  with his action the other man recoiled. Big as he was, before Dorkin's  giant frame he seemed diminutive.  "You,"  commenced  Dorkin,    "You  ���������" The growl choked in his throat,  and the other hcldup his hand.  "Don't say it." he advised. "Not  that I care; but if you say it you will  violate thc hospitality of this-,"���������he  waved his hand about,���������"and I understand that would be an unpardonable  thing to do, up  here.''"  "Timberley, why are you here?"  asked oDrkin, striving to keep his  voice steady.  The other laughed shortly. "Suppose I say that in making this visit  I have been actuated solely through  a feeling  of friendship?"  (To be continued.)  An Arab drinks a dozen or  cups of coffee every day.  more  S3  The use ol KEEN'S D. S* F������> MUSTARD  snakes your dinner t~~iXy and digestible.  Its delicious tingle enhances the flavor oi your  food, and its essential oils .and its warmth, are  incomparable aids to health and vigor.  For the enjoyment of your meals,  and for better digestion,���������replenish the  mustard pot with Keen's D.5.F. mustard  every day.  MAGOR, SON & CO.^Limited  Montreal Tosonto 16  Canadian Agents.  P:j?. 1 re-  ou've shown  .:������������������'. iii  \vr���������*"'''.fjf  :\y ,:i}\*!'.* *  p ��������� ���������    ii,,.  thought that Timberley  was, in sonic way, responsible for his  passing out.  Eii!   today,   as   he   walked   through  i  1 .  i*  iai   no-  ."     He  ��������� > from  r.i-inn*1*  DOUBLE BEAUTY  OF YOUR HASH  .'JMW-piW'iim'BHi ���������iiiniw) wamammmwmmsvatsmm  e:������������������:-���������.tin   oi  1,7?: i    LT'r: ��������� v  rc;;.hli*,i,;������  * -o   i!in***: -If  bar:  ri    i.  i '*    ' 11 r '  l'H.v.P  ur.-  'he!  i  : '? C I'.  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Thc  new luxury tax and sales tax makes it necessary to keep such a record. We make sales books  suitable  for any  line  of  business,  with  either   duplicate or triplicate  copies.  TRIPLICATE BOOKS  There is a heavy demand just now for taipllcate books. We malca a ffreat 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 agent*  to give you this information.  Vegetable Parchment Butter Wrappers  We  are  In   the best position  of any  firm in Canada to filt your order promptly for parch-  vv:-:\ppcrc,   cither   pr:r.tc������  .At   \-  \cvgc importers of  1,-,  b/uud of t/.A>  v..  and have special facilities for printing wrappers   in either one or two colors of ink.  WAXED   PAPERS  Wc also manufacture ������ complete line of   waxed bread and meat wrappers, plain or printed,  waxed paper rolhi  for home use, and waxed papers for all purposes.  Our  equipment   is  the most  modern   and   complete^ to be found in Canada.    Our coods are  ������*-.-������      r-1-  . ������������������       - ��������� ,1      r.i-     r0r.,ir.0     tr     dtrrxtvyvv* T   *���������     11������"      ttrrtvri.    ���������!>!���������������     * r\    vrr.lt     r .\    .trt..~   tri mm. X    4x0.1*0-    * r*-r    (~f ���������������������������-  ter  Check   Hooks,   Parchment   Paper,  or Waxed    Paper.  For   (ikiotniioua   apply   to   fiukliihcr   ������|   this    paper.  a nm rn? Aim rAmmro cuvrv da ait Pi\   iva  *l\l l lAmm-XxSmmmV   WUWfiflitt.   IsfiAL&ffb. WWJffil   *xA)?.9  U-WJ?-  I-IAMILTON,    ONT.���������BRANCH    OFFICES AT  vnortia-i-n       MAHTHKAI.       WtWUTPTT.r.      AMU     VAMrnHWT?.������  tmwmmmmmm  wmmmmmmmim  puppm  t^MtMitSiSSSPSSSSjSSL  SSMffigB THE      REVIEW,      CRESTON,  If Breath Comes Hard  If Nose is Plugged  You Have  Perhaps you haven't heard of the  new remedy���������it's so pieasaur to use  ���������fills the nose, throat and lungs  with a healing baisamifc vapor hue  the air of the pine woods. It's really  a wonderful remedy���������utilizes that  marvelous antiseptic only found in  the Blue Gum tree of Australia. _  . The name of this grand specific is  Catarrhozone, and you can't find its  equal on earth for coug-hs, colds, catarrh or throat trouble. You see its  no longer necessary to drug the  stomach���������that spoils digestion���������just  simply inhale the balsamic essences  of Catarrhozone, which are so rich in  healing that they drive out every  trace of Catarrh in no time.  For speakers and singers and persons troubled with an irritable throat,  bronchitis, asthma, catarrh or __ la  grippe, Catarrhozone is of inestimable value.  The. inhaler can be carried in your  pocket and may bc used at any time  or in any place.  Large size, guaranteed, and sufficient for two months' use, costs $1;  smaller size, 50c; sample size, 25c.  Sold by all storekeepers and druggists.  Iron Shutters Cause Riots  Odessa  Best  Black  Sea  Port.  The harbor of Odessa, in South  Russia, is formed by several stone  piers and a long breakwater and is  protected in every direction. It is  the only port in Southern Russia  where ships drawing thirty feet can  come directly to thc docks and the  docks are larger and better equipped than those of &ny other Black  Sea port. The depth is thirty-five  feet on onc side and thirteen to seventeen on the other.  Protection For Shops In Near East  Source Of Trouble.  Iron shutters have probably caused  more riots, massacres and pogroms  in --he Levant than political agitators.  All shops in the Near East arc provided with rolling iron shutters which  work.in iron grooves. When they  are banged down they make as much  noise as a machine-gun. Every time  there is rumor of any sort of trouble  some timid merchant slams down his  shutters to protect his "plate glass.  Without investigating the cause,  other merchants follow instantly with  such a clatter that the public becomes  panicky and rushes about trying to  discover the cause of the flurry.  At such moments, excited crowds  will credit any rumor which is put  into circulation. Pickpockets avail  themselves of such opportunities.  Soapbox orators, streec fakirs and  rrrgicians gather crowds by this  device. In any Turkish city the circulation of a rumor that a movement  is to be start*.'.! against Christians will  cause all the Armenians and Greek  sb-p* to close witai.-i a few minutes,  avti frequentr/ thc noisy closing of  the shops fans the religious hatred of  the  Moslems  into action.  .**-*���������*���������**������������������#���������" **"W ^Jfi  CHlleii's -Lye has long heen Te&s-T&ed as a house*  hold necessity because of the fact that it is useful  in so many ways* and so satisfactory in every  respect that no woman feels that she can keep  house without it* Makes the finest kind of soap  for "washing and cleansing* One can of Gillett*s  ������*ye will make ten pounds of good soap in twenty  sninutes.   Many of Its uses are shown in booklet  under the  " GILrLfETT^S IJYEt < iSATS BIRT **  Made in Canada.  niiiHiiiiiHiiJijiMiiauitJiimwiiiJiuiiiiii^  iff-Juuiejueegcgw  Lifeboats to Protect  The Shipwrecked  As a vermicide there is no preparation  that    equals     Mother     Graves  Worn   Exterminator.     It   has   saved  the lives of countless  children.  FREQUENT HEADACHES  A Sure Sign That the Blood is   ,  Watery and Impure*.  People with thin blood are much  more subject to headaches than full-  blooded persons and the form of  anaemia that afflicts growing girls  is almost always accompanied by  headaches, together with disturbance  of the digestive organs.  Whenever you have constant or  recurring heaaches and pallor of  the face, thcy show that the blood  is thin and your efforts should be directed toward building up your blood  A fair treatment with Dr. Williams'  Pink Pills will do this effectively,  and the rich red blood made by these  pills will remove thc headache.-  More    disturbances    to    the health  B.C. Lumber Shipments.  British Columbia shipped 29.000..000  feet of lumber during    the    first    six  months of the present year and has .  , -      . ,     rtr- Cr.rt (.rtr.   are caused by their blood than most  r-.-rlr,... (rx- *T! f) T5 1'OV 1'Tl P  t C ' V        -^ O .' "J* ' - UUU ��������� , , J ���������     1 0 1IM  tyj.    ^lpZ?yy?Z.   J   .    P '   ,    people have any idea of.   When your  blood is impoverished, the nerves  suffer from lack of nourishment, and  you may be troubled with insomnia,  neurities, neuralgia pr sciatica. Muscles subject to strain are undernour  feet, including 2,900,000 feet for South  Africa, 14,000,000 feet for fhe United  Kingdom, 700,000 feet for South  America, 18,000,000 feet for Australia  and 3,000,000 feet for New Zealand.  Minard's  Liniment For Sale Everywhere.  New Life Raft Supplied With  Artificial Heat.  The drawback to most of the existing forms of lifeboats or life-saving  rafts is that the occupants are exposed to wind and sea, being drenched  with spray in bad weather and having  no    means    of    warming or drying  themselves.     The invention of a Hull  man bids fair to overcome this danger, as in his life-Taft the shipwrecked are completely protected rrcm the  elements, and are plentifully supplied  with air, and, if necessary, with artificial heat.      Hitherto the chief difficulty has been to admit air into enclosed floating chambers while keeping  out  water  in  a  rough  sea,  but  this problem has been solved by an  ingeniously contrived wire trap-door  in the top of each chamber.      In the  full-sized raft it is proposed to make  each tank eight feet square, giving accommodation xor cb persons, snu provision for a wireless, installation is to  be made, where this is thought advisable.      Ample room would be available, for   heating  apparatus  and   for  stores of food and drink.  Salmon Fisheries Satisfactory  "On the whole, the condition of the  salmon fishery on the west coast is  very satisfactory/'" said W. A. Found,  assistant deputy minister of fisheries,  who has recently returned to Ottawa  after a prolonged inspection trip.  "The run to the Fraser, while comparatively small, is considerably larger than was anticipated," he continued, "but this river can never be  brought back to its maximum of productivity until some international  agreement for its protection has been  consummated."  To Drill For OiL  It is reported that English capital  representing the Whitehall Oil Come  pany will driii for oil on an extensive  scale in Alberta this year.  The Bank of Amsterdam was the  great warehouse for bullion in the  seventeenth century.  The Greeks regarded amber with  religious reverence due to its mysterious properties.  New Bank in Kegina.  Work   has    commenced? on a new  branch   of  the  Merchants'   Bank   of  Canada in Regina, to cost when completed $175,000.  R!  \r-rmfir"-'o- are nor  - experiment-  In e   when  The Oil for the Fanner.���������A bottle  of Dr. Thomas'  Eclectric OH in the  farm house will save many a journey  -.-..���������.-- for the doctor.    It is not only good  ished    and    you may have muscular   for   the  children when    taken    with  A fly walks���������in proportion to its  size���������13 times as fast as a man can  run.  Never judge an argument by its  sound; it may be all sound and not  sound at all.  Qtascfe  teceroi  ISoqk.  3B3HS2BBJ*  rheumatism or lumbago. -,��������� If your  blood is thin and you begin to show  symptoms of any of these disorders,  try building up the blood with Dr.  Williams' Pink Pills, and as the  blood is restored to its normal condition every symptom of the trouble  will disappear. There are more  people who owe their present state of  .good health to Dr. Williams' Pink  Pills than to any other medicine, and  most of them do not hesitate to say  so.  You can get Dr. Williams' Pink  Pills through any dealer in medicine  or by mail at 50 cents a box or six  boxes for $2.50 from thc Dr. Williams' Medicine Co., Brockville, Ont.  Care of Machinery  ^'California Syrup of Figs'3  Child's Best Laxatiyg  case's Ointment for Eczema an* Skin Irritations. It relieves at onco and gradually heals tbe skin. Sample box Or.  Odaae-s ���������ointment tree tf yon mention this  paper and send 2c. stamp lor postage. 60c. a  box: all dealers or Kdmanaon, Bates St Co.,  Limited, Toronto.  IfrONEY ORDERS  It is always safe to scud a Dominion Ex*  press Money Order. Five dollar* costs three  cents.  EngSr'g ������fttt*Kl Root COTfHJUftdS  A 9afe, reUabU Tea-iatint  ���������medicine.   Sold in three de  colds and croup, and for the mature  who suffer from pains and aches, but  there are directions for its use on sick  cattle. There should always be a  bottle of it in  the house.  Enlarging Flour Mills.  Rapid progress is being made on  the addition to the Robin Hood mills  at Moose Jaw. When completed the  mills will have a capacity of 425,000  bushels.  Minard's Liniment For Dandruff.  And His Family  [OST people first knew Dr.  Chase through his Receipt Boole. Its reliability and  usefulness  mado him  frienda  everywhere.  *     i  When ho put his Nerve Food,  Kidney-Liver Pills  and  othes;  medicines on the market thcy  received a hearty welcome, and  their   exceptional   merit   haa  kept them high in tho public  esteem.  Tako Dr. Chatso'0 Kldney-JLlvor  JL'lUu I'or exumi'lo. 'Xht-uu lu uu U'oul*  Jmont to bo compared to thorn ao ���������  moana of rccufatlnir the liver,  kld-*  noy.-; nnd bowela and curlnjr constl-  . I .   ,*. V . ���������   ��������� ..   . - u        M I... . - . -.  anil lndlffoiitlon.  Cue Till a doae, -Se a box ut nil dt-ftlsr-fl,  ar lOilmanton, lintee & Co., Ltd., Toronto.  Implements   Kept  in   Repair   Give  More Satisfactory Service.  Do not merely go through the motion but shelter machinery considerately, and before doing so, first list  the repairs needed for next season  and secure them along with an assortment of bolts, rivets, springs, etc.  in time to havc each implement repaired and ready for use on time. An  implement in repair at all times will  have a longer life and will give more  satisfactory service during its life  than one receiving irregular attention.  Secondly, clean and oil each machine  and give all polished surfaces an application of some anti-rust prcpara-  'tion. Axle grease or other lubricant  will answer the purpose.  l-ismng Dy xciepnone  Norwegian fishermen are adopting  the telephone to warn them when  great numbers of fish are about. Thc  submarine war has taught them the  value of the telephone. A microphone, which in the ordinary way is  called the mouthpiece, is lowered  from a fishing boat, and connected by  a wire with the listening instrument  in thc boat.  in throe dM  cresea of ���������strength���������-No. 1. 311  No.. S. $3;..No. 8. *8 per bo������2  Sold by all druggists, or sea-?  prepaid oa re-selpl of price]  Free     pamphlet.       Addreui  ,THE COOK MEDICINE COJ  -I0HGHT0. CST������ {fxs-xij ������&-*!������������������������������������  z  Accept "California" Syrup of Figs  only���������look for the name California on  the package, then you are sure your  child is having 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.'*  ��������� tiac Action *. -Insist vujjfon  The Dutch still refer to April as  the "grass month," the name given  by Charlemagne.  Minard's Liniment   for   Burns,   Etc.  Australian    war     casualties      were  ;iijoiii  the .same as  i-lite-jc of lhc Unit ���������  ed States.  BUY "DIAMOND DYES"  DON'T RISK MATERIAL  Each package of "Diamond Dyes" contains directions ho siruplo that any  woman can dyo any material without  Htroaking, fading or running. Drug-glut  haa eolor cord���������Toko no Other dyo I  AatftriCA'a Ploaea-r  Doc Remedies  BOOK  ON  DOO    DISEASES  and How to Feed  J������si!*ed    Fr������������    to    any  Addrea*   by   the  Author  H.   CXAY   GI.OVTSH  CO.,   TNG,  118    Wcit    31st-street  New  York. U.S.A  tl  ElwLw sTi t.n*i������i"i  A  Pill  for  Brain    Workers.**���������The  man   who   woiL   with   hi:.   bi'a*n*i   1.".  moro. liable to derangement of the digestive   system   than   the   man     who  works   with   his   hands,   because   the  (\i-f   e-alk   upon   his   nervous     energy  whilu llic oincr applies oniy in. niu*--  e.ul;n   Mi*eut**tli-     Ih'aiu  fag  beget-;  Irregularities of the stomach aud liver,  ami the best remedy that can bc used  I b;  I'miiieU'i':; Vegetable  l'ills.    They  I arc   .spe ei.elly   i-.oiupouiidcd   for     cuch  i cases anel all those* wjio use liiciu can  i iv-rlify  to  their  superior power.  B*4"~ ffv-ff yVfi -fli-wAVft^   I  Many Canadian Beauties owe  much of thcir exquiaite com-  ������>,l#'.vio*na   fr������  th* ownmv.  wkin-  Ileal  "Bubyva Own Soup  Power From Winnipeg.  The town of Portage la Prairie i-:  now being: supplied with hydroelectric power from Winnipeg. The  transmission line Is over 56 miles  long.  St. Joseph, Levis, July 14, 1903.  Minard's Liniment Co. Limited.  Gentlemen,���������I   was  badly  kicked  by  my horse last  May, after using several preparations on my leg nothing  would do.    My leg was as black as  jet.    I was laid up in bed for a fortnight and could not walk.    After us-  inp- three bottles of your MINARD'S  LIN1MKNT  1  was  as well as  ever,  so that I could start on  the road.  JOS. UUUES.  Commercial Traveller.  WEMJiS)  MENS   HATS  ..  ,  rf/'WILL OUTWEAR  i  TWO HATS  OF ANY  OTHER MAKE*  Mtiit it ll-'y  ALL STYLES-ALL COLORS  SEE YOUR LOCAL DEALER  VHfe  fcEW   FHEWCH   HEMEOY.  THERAPIONN0.2  T6s3ERAP60^3 Wo.3  No 1 for BUdd-sr 0������t������������b. No 1 for Blood A  Gkln Dlie-M**. No. i for Ohronto Wo������Un������siet.  ������oi ���������cmvt'-fAr'iMr.ciitui'^T'ir'*'" in vNr.t.������.HO,a������.  *"l-"������������ ir-ittttt^    t ^      t% ......r.t,ti,t   >l W ( I wilnel.  l.i-i^rvxH't^uximxb''v.oiid 'iiirmnoN' i������ OK  ���������hit govt nTAUi* xrtista to omuiw rs.cit.~T~.  poooa  -tMM\a*~~na.  hw.   i rap rant   lather   oi'  lit tlett fur Titty     ,  an J .flem far Yew  ALUtiKY SOAM UMlletO.  Mumifareurrii,  -s~iU-.iUi.~0  V-7..0  Good Sample of Salt.  Horing  for -nit nt  Fort  MrMurrny  . .        ������ *..*-*-  jltL'.l        1'll.UuM..        ..        t>t.f.t        l   depth of 523 feet. Development of the  natural resources In the Tort McMurray section will mean increased  bushiest for the Alberta Great Waterway Railway.  Ancient mirrors were made ot highly    neeli -.lli'd    I.l. l.il.  Th������ Beauty  o. Tho Lily  Jean be your*. 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THE  CRESTON  REVIEW  Local and Personal  Fob Sale���������Two milch cows, just  freshened. Mis. J.W.Wood (Canyon)  Erickson P.O.  Mrs. R. B. Staples -got back on Sunday from a short holiday with friends  at Grand Forks.  C. B. Gar-land was a business visitor  at Nelson a couple of days the front  end of the week.  For Sale���������3 tons alfalfa hay; pair  mares, good workers or drive ; milch  ���������cow, 1 heifer calf, wagon, new Cock-  shutt plow, buggy, new churn. L. P.  Bishop, Creston.  St iii mere Prizes  During the week two more additions  have been made to the prize list for  this year's fair, as follows:  Class 13, Sec. 203a���������Layer cake made  with Featherlight Baking Powder.  Firt prize, 5 lbs.; second prize, 2J  lbs. Featherlight baking powder.  Class 14, Sec. 211a���������Six quart jars of  anything made  from  green   to ma  toes.    First prize $3, second prize $2.  The former is a special by the Jameson Coffee Co., while the latter is a  ���������special by Mrs. Mallandaine. These  have been added to the printed list of  awards and exhibitors should make  their entries on the class and section  numbers as shown above.  Approved Styles  in popular Autumn shades  and the most becoming new  shapes   we   are   showing.  Every Hat  is cleverly designed, smart  and distinctive. Appropriate models for every occasion. See our up-to-date  millinery.  Mrs. J. R. Bruce  Millinery and Ladies' Wear  Opp. Methodist Church  Young Pigs^For Sale���������Just a few  of them.     Apply McMurtrie, Creston.  Mrs. S. A. Speers was a visitor with  Cranbrook friends a few days the  early part of the week.  B. Kobart of Siiverton, Ore., is a  Creston visitor at present, the guest  of Mr. and Mrs. H. Lyne.  Mrs, Morgan of Cowley, Alta., is a  visitor with Creston friends this week,  the guest of Mrs. A. Manuel.  Fob Sale���������Registered pedigreed  Jersey heifer, 3 years old, will freshen  in a few weeks.   S. A. Speers.  Typewriter For Sale���������Remington  typewriter, with carrying case, snap,  $35. Enquire Corp. Engle, R.C.M.P.,  Creston.  Lost���������Small brown dog with white  on tail, answers to name of Fanny.  Reward on leaying same with Alex.  Mirabelli, Creston.  For Sale���������Mattresses and cot nearly new; three tables, two creamers,  and other household effects, Mrs. W.  K. Brown, Creston.  C W. Allen, manager of the Imper  ial Bank, returned on Sunday from a  three weeks' holiday which he spent  at points in Alberta.  Cows For Sale���������2 milch cows; one  with calf at side, freshened in August;  other will freshen in March. Apply  M. Churchill, Creston.  Local hunters are reminded that the  grouse shooting season for this year  closes on the 20th inst. In most sections of the Valley these birds haye  been rather scarce this year.  Cows For Sale���������Two milch cows ;  one to freshen January 1st, the other  about February 15th. Also 5-months'  calf.   Enquire Reyiew Office.  Miss Erma Hayden left on Wednesday for Coi-yallis, Oregon, where she  will resume her second year course in  the state college in that city.  F. E. Loyeday, manager of Creston  Fruit Growers Union, got away on  Sunday on a business visit lo Lethbridge and other Alberta points.  A dance with Creston orchestra  music is announced for Friday night  next, Sept. 24th, in Mercantile Hall.  Gents SI.   Supper 25c. per piate.  Thursday, Nov. 11th, has been appropriated by the Women's Institute  for an Armistice Day whist and dance,  which they propose to make an annual  affair hereafter.  The ladies are reminded of Mrs  Bruce's fall millinery opening on  Saturday afternoon, Sept. 18th, to  which aii are inyited. Store opposite  the Methodist Church.  The current issue of the B.C. Gazette  contains notice of the organization of  the Staples Fruit Company, Limited,  with head office at Creston and  authorized capital of $50,000.  B. F. Greenwood, who was on the-  Bank of Commerce staff at Creston up  till a few months ago, when he was  transferred to Greenwood, has again  been shifted���������this time to Vancouver.  Those interested in the forthcoming  prohibition referendum are notified of  an organization meeting on Tuesday  night at 8.30 in Mercantile Hall, at  which Rev. R. W. Lee, of Cranbrook,  will deliver an address.  At the September meeting of Creston Women's Institute on Friday a  donation of $15 was voted to assist  with the good work of serving hot  drinks to the Creston school pupils  during the winter months.  The Presbyterian Ladies' Aid announces that they will again this year  serve the usual Thanksgiving dinner  on the Thursday eyening preceding  Thanksgiving Day���������which will probably be about the middle of October.  Saturday night's show will likely be  the last at the old Peekin theatre.  Next week Manager Rodgers expects  to start moving the equipment into  new building, which will be open for  fair night, Oct. 2nd, if at all possible.  At the fall fair directors meeting on  Monday night a vote of $100 was  made for the purpose of putting on a  line of races, etc., on the afternoon of  fair day, features of which will be a  baseball match and the usual list of  horse races.  John Keen, M.P.F., of Kasio, paid  Creston another visit on Thursday  last. He is busy on irrigation matters  at this end of tbe riding, and is devel-  eininer :* lel-ofi-nit*.** nri{\   y������rs������ot*.5ortl n-rnnosi-  ~ L c*������  c *--  * a  tion to submit to the department in  Victoria in this connection.  and otherwise���������to open  library in town.  up a public  Another  Tribute to the  WILLIS  PIANO  wsmummm  Nelson, B.C., July 3rd, 1920  WILLIS PIANOS. LTD.  Doar Sirs,���������Allow me to congratulate you on your  piano, which we had the pleasure of using at our  Chautauqua concert.  It ie one of tho finest instruments we have ever met  with, and we were pleasantly surprised to find such a  high -standard in Canadian pianos.  Wishing you continued success.  Very truly yours,  NICOLAX ZrSDELER,  T-*ie ���������  A i illr.i ll I  -���������ITT!    ���������  vv i 11 Le.;  rrt i  v^il.lll e^illejlli*,.  NELSON  ������������������IIII1W1MI1B  BRANCH at 304 BAKER ST.  fj0^r~**j&t������  Worth While  anieiew  fo -.-jo after wind Bcrviee.  Vou can l*������e sure of tho  best, when you come  .���������<-r<: tor  Automobile Repairing  ej.>      | .'ii-iOle*      Wdl'U  I   j-'i '*. e-   |n i.iii |.t    at t ������������������*���������-  tion Ui every job. Try  uh   when  you   need  m-r-  vicci in our lin<*.  WW-WW     WW   w    www wn  ���������jtmmttt1  k*������   %m ktm-wm  'xtttrntm'       M       \*~-~m~*  M    -Prn*  nrmjrinr  AriniiiiniH  ft  1ft W     M W  PW   H W H W  ���������mtt-m-f   ttmm-m wSM   -Mi      i-mtt)      M   'ymmmm-i   tmmmm  I.l DG Arty  W     W       smv~*%      W    W       t~mm\      W     ���������   W  NIIKII Nl"  W������nM MT    mm mm    ~m %*. m. M.W-.  R. J. Ferris, editor of the Agricultural Journal, Victoria, was a Valley  visitor on Monday and Tuesday. Mr.  Ferris is an authority on silos and is  making an inyestigation of these admirable adjuncts to successful dairying in the Kootenay country.  Misses Edna Holmes, Katherine  Moore and Sadie Wpod got away last  week for the coast, where they are  attending Normal School this term.  The former is at Victoria, and the two  latter at Vancouver. All three graduated at Creston High School last term.  The rainy weather of the past fiye  days pretty well disposed of the ripe  tomato crop, and from now on the export in this line will be principally of  the green variety; ��������������������������� The rain also  played considerable havoc with the  plums���������the ripe ones splitting badly.  This year's haryest thanksgiving service in connection with Christ Church  are announced for Sunday, Sept. 26th,  at 11 a.m. and 7,30 p.m. Those who  have fruit and vegetables to loan for  decorative purposes please have same  at the church the Saturday previous.  The rainy spell which set in in earnj  est on Friday last continued pretty  well right up to Wednesday noon.  On Thui-sday. however, it had cleared  nicely and haying operations have  been resumed. During the fiye days  of wetness almost two inches of rain  fell.  Miss Sevalrud of Mrs. Bruce's millinery store staff, and Miss Selma  Anderson of the telephone central,  were at Kitchener on Saturday night  for the school box social, and report it  a tremendous success in every way.  All told a matter of $217 was realized,  one of the boxes selling at $31.  Clifford Roberts, ono of the foremost speakers of the International  Bible Students, is announced to deliver un address on the topic, ''Millions  now Living will Never Die" in Speers'  Hall, Creston, Monday evening, Sept.  27th at 8 o'clock. Seats free and no  collection.    Everybody invited.  Carload shipping has been quite  active the past ten days, tho Union  accounting for a matter of fiye cars  between the Creston and Erickson  warehouses, while thc Staples Fruit  Company loaded out thoir first car afc  Erickson early in the week. Both  Gravenstein and Wealthy apples aro  iiioviiiiif in cons'ulomhl-1 ounr.litieH.  Sunday will he Children's Day at  the Presbyterian Church, and at 11.15  Rev. Mr. Jiiini'ii' address   will  be par-  Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Rodgers got back  on Saturday from their trip to Calgary  making the return in a new McLaughlin car, The new auto is the very latest in the well-hnown McLaughlin  construction, and is of seven-passenger  capacity. Between Calgary and  Crowsnest no trouble whateyer was  experienced in averaging 25 miies an  hour for that part of the journey.  Christ Church Sunday school resumed operations last Sunday with  the usual attendance in evidence.  Local Anglicans are awaiting with interest the return from England of the  bishop of Kootenay. A couple of Alberta English Church ministers have  signified a willingness to take charge  of Creston parish, but nothing is likely fco be done until his lordship's return.  Ronald Hewat of Kaslo, registrar of  voters for this constituency, was here  on Tuesday holding a court of revision  of the new voters list. One new name  was idded, and none were struck off.  He was at Lister for the same purpose  on Wednesday. The new list wiii be  used in the vote on the prohibition  referendum which takes place on Oct.  20th, and contains about 1900 names.  At the September meetihg on Tuesday night Creston Board of Trade  decided to get after the War Trophies  Board to secure, if possible,-at least  one German field gun for soldiers'  memorial decorative purposes. A  couple of years ago the board was  given assurance thafc when the guns  were distributed Creston would receive its quota of the discarded artillery.  J. E. Myers of Vancouyer was a  Creston visitor on Friday last, and  during his stay put through the sale of  his 20-acre ranch property in fche  Erickson section to Geo. Hobden.  Mr.  Myers is now provincial organizer for  the Liberal party and after a visit to  many of the constituencies in the interior is optimistic as to fche goyernment being sustained when it appeals  to the people some time next year.  Standard TouringCar $740.00  Runabout .... 710.00  Sedan   .....    1250.00  Coupe 1050.50  Chassis 675.00  Truck Chassis   .    ,    . 750.00  Prices are f.o.b. Ford, Ont.  and do not include any  Federal or other taxes.  SOS  One 1919 Ford    .    .   $750.00  withStarting and Lighting  m-Xxr. es.-rxtrm  +~*J   43XJ--~~m*.  One 1917 Ford  One 1914 Ford  575.00  400.00  The above cars are in Al shape  ���������some just overhauled.  If you think you can use a car  to advantage call and see  these. We will give terms  and take notes of reliable  parties.  Greston Auto & Supply  R. S. BEVAN, Prop.  For Vour Bedroom  Furniture in one of the period styles would be  particularly pleasing and always in good taste.  At this season reproductions of Antique  Furniture are much favored, and we are  showing many attractive designs.  Call and see our large stock of high-class Furniture.  Hardware & Furniture Supply  M. J. BOYD Company Manager  ems  l.i*"u!:-.ily  cuhIoii.  be ������������������Tin-  lie    Rev.  i-.jijnopriaie fo������- s.;uch an oc-  At. 7.510 p.m. his subject will  Ih-oken Nest."    Sunday will  Mr. J'tnic1;'   laf.t   appearance  ���������ft"  el/eel pulpit effort, uhould not inltJii thin  diiie-ouise.  II. Kill/mi, Victoria, iiuperintendent  of travelling lib*.nie'.,, had an informal  i couteivtire with home of the nit i'/.enn  I mi   Thiiimlay   evening   Iiml, the   out-  eeiine*   of vvhie'li  wa-i   the oii/ani/nt ion  III    It      \l\lfltf\'    M ������.���������������! Ii-I .1 I t t ...     *������'ilW.|*l       -It.   iittt.t.  ie, it ii charter in received, will   proceed  In     (,��������� i      ie....^..     ...     .���������Mw.-jie*���������OU,i In lull V  Satisfying, Appetizing  - - -  Readily Served  From the accompanying list you have a splendid  range of ready-to-serve dishes���������some admirably adapted for lunches, while others are the kind for the old-  time "square meal"; the stuff that makes you fit to stand  up to any day's work. In these latter wc specially recommend ROAST MUTTON and ENGLISH BRAWN  ���������Some of our other linos are���������  Beef Steak and Onions,    Boneless Pigs Feet.    Boiled  Canadian Dinner.    Spaghetti and Cheese.    Sliced  Smoked Beef,    Corn Beef.    Corn Beef Hash  Pork and Beans���������3 sizes.    Tomato and  assorted Soups.    Peanut Butter.  Tlicsc are tho well-known CLARK goods.  Wo guarantee  both thcir quality and freshness.  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