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 mam  UG 1 0 1920  %'.  *i-.  i"Pr"ib"-tx.^  ity  HP-2l       7 -  Vol. XII.  CRESTON, B. C.s FRIDAY. AUGUST 6, 1920  No. 23  B-aPB&KS&H  J. H. Schofield, M.PrP., of Trail,  was a visitor here a couple of days last  week, a guest of Mr. and Mrs. R. J.  Long.  IT. V. Staples is a business visitor  at Grand Forks again this week, haying got back from there for the weekend���������and to umpire Sunday'8 baseball  game at Creston.  The first of the 1920 encumber crop  was in evidence on Saturday, when  the S. Fraser ranch had a crate of  them for Creston consumption.  - Leslie Timmons is now a daily  visitor at Creston, where he has just  taken the position of shipping clerk at  the Fruit Growers' Union.  Rapid progress is being made on the  Erickson Water Community irrigation system. A four-horse ditcher  plow was put to work * at the end of  the week and as all the pipe for the  system is now on the road there ib  eyery indication that some of the  ranchers wiii have the water available  to help along this year's crop.  Construction on the new Fruit  Growers' Union warehouse is making  rapid progress, and from present appearances will be ready for use well  before the end of the month if the  roofing material gets here on schedule.  The C.P.R. telegraph craw was here  last week running the wires into the  * -station and installing the necessary  instruments and other fixture-:. Just  who the new agent will be is not announced.  house on Tuesday that the dining hall  will be closed on and after August 7th.  A dozen or more steady boarders will  be compelled to try their hand at  batching it.  Walter Scott left the fore part of  the week for Alberta, where he will  help harvest 1820's bumper crop in  Alberta. He is visiting at Medicine  Hat for a few days on his way east.  Jas. Olarke is another Listerite who  has also taken his departure for the  prairie harvest.  Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Aspell left a feW  days ago for Vancouyer, and expect  to make quite an extended stay at the  coast.  Fred Weston is the latest to move  into residental quarters, and is now  making home on his ranch on what is  known as the high road.  Om-ttgyoits Gity  Hon. John Keen of Kaslo,. local  M.P.P., was 'a visitor in the Canyon  City section on Sunday, taking a look  over the area to be irrigated by the  water users' association, who are now  only "waiting the government to come  through with their end of the deal  before starting construction.  Birth���������At Private Hospital, Cranbrook, on July 23rds to Mr= and Mrse  Ted Swanson of  Wasa, a  daughter.  Miss Muriel Knott has been reengaged for the oncoming term which  makes this year's teaching staff complete, Miss Corbett having been also  re-engaged before the close of the  term;  While not as heavy in any line as a  year ago the express shipments out of  Erickson are at present the heaviest  of any point in the Valley, ayeraging  around 150 packages a day.  .Vancouyer Province: Mrsv Eyah  McKowan of ' Cranbrook, author of  "Janet of Kootenay," which appeared  last year, is spending a holiday in this  city and Victoria. Her new novel  "Graydon of the Windermere," is to  appear this autumn and will be, like  her former work, a romance laid in a  typical British Columbia setting.  Possessing artistic as well as literary  skill, Mrs. McKowan hopes to draw  the cover design for her volume, that  it may harmonize more perfectly with  her conception.  The first regular meetiug of Erickson Local of the United Farmers of  B.C. attracted the attendance of all  the members as well as some new material who were duly enrolled as members of the organization. Considerable important business was put  through, among the items being a resolution to write Lister, Canyon, Creston und Wynnddl locale to see if they  they are favorable to a general meeting of the five U.F. branches in the  Valley at which such matters as irrigation, roads, schools, etc,, could be  discussed and arrangements made for  united ac'tion in such matters. It was  also decided to hold fortnightly meetings'���������every other Friday night.  The excessively dry weather has  temporarily put a stop to ploughing  operations, and about a 48-hour sod  soaker of a rain will be needed before  breaking operations ean be resumed, j  Lister is at last equipped with a  postoffice of its own, which opened for  business on Tuesday morning, in a  building on the Chalmers lot about  100 yards from the schoolhouse. Miss  Nellie Chalmers is in charge and spent  a few days at the Creston postoffice at  the end of the week getting acquainted with the run of postal duties. The  mail still comes via Creston. As yet  no authority has been giyen to issue  money orders but it is hoped tbis convenience will be available shortly.  The' new postal service was most  happily inaugurated, one of the first  pieces of mail to be handled being a  military decoration for "Tiny" Milner,  who is at present receiving the felicitations of the men in this regard.  ;     M,r. J-������ye, the motor truck driver, a  r recenfarifval from Cardston, Alta., is  expectiftg to occupy his new and permanent home in a few days.  Messrs, Lelliott and Geo. and Ted  Ma.wson are the first to haye any luck  at this year's fishing at the Canyon.  On Monday night one of the party  landed a six-pound char as part of the  eyening's catch.  running night and day on the log haul  for the past two months, are having  an overhauling this week, in consequence of which the mill is shut down  for a few days.  Strawberry shipping at this point  has been the lightest in years���������little  more than half an average yield being  harvested. Unless rain arrives raspberries are also likely to be much  lighter than a year ago.  The blowing of the mill whistle  about 10 o'clock Monday night brought  out many of the mill crew as well as  all the neighbors to fight a bush fire  that for some unaccountable reason  broke out in the neighborhood of the  Strong ranch. The prompt arrival of  the fire fighters andoubtedly -saved  considerable destruction of property.  ������r.���������xi.. *Kr������1nn,n  iueii-i/tu i.i-oia-uu  Tj'w-.rt'W-.l**     Q.'~~rt~vmxtx*-xxr-  Mrs. O. F. Payne left on Saturday  morning to join her husband on the*  prairie.  T. W. Davies left here in his car on  Monday en route for Coleman, Alta.,  exprcting to spend the night at Cranbrook.  Quite a crowd from here took in tbe  baseball game at Creston on Sunday,  and report it the finest game of the  season.  Mr. and Mrs. Pitt-Brooke spent the  week-end at Balfour, guests of Mr.  and Mrs. D. Male.  J. J. Grady has completed all his improvements, and now has one of the  finest looking residences in the district.  The swimmers have now deserted  the pool by M. Wigen's mill, owing to  the weeds.    Winlaw's channel is now  Mrs. F. Tompkins is a  visitor this 1 the lively place in the evenings,  week, with her sister and other friends  Cranbrook is entertaining a Listerite this week, in the person of Harry  Brown, who left for the East Kootenay metropolis a few days ago. T. C.  Phillips is also an absentee���������on a trip  to Calgary.  W. T. H. Smith is making weekly  calls on residents here, supplying  them with fresh-killed mutton, which  retails at 35 cents a pound.  were here for a few days last week  from Birchbank, where they haye  been working this st ason.  Bateman & Pepperdine, who recently bought the F. H. Jackson ranch,  are busy at work erecting a new barn.  They recently purchased a horse from  R. Lamont of Creston.  W. Butler is making headquarters  at Brickson at present, where he is  working on the new Fruit Growers'  Union warehouse.  Mrs. Tom Hickey has returned to  Nanton, where she is packing up the  household effects preparatory to moving back to Canyon.  Erection of the one-room addition to  the school has not commenced as yet,  although the trusteea.bave everything  in ������b**H?-������ so far *as^*e#ic^'gj������. Scime*^  thing definite from tlite education department is expected any day now.  The motor trucks  that have been  i at .Bonners terry, laano.  Mrs. Chas. Meakin is expecting a  visitor this week in her sister, Mrs.  Jackson, of Wellington, B.C. It is  possible, too, that her mother and  another sister from Noya Scotia will  Both mills are now running to  capacity, and certainly Wynndel is  now the busiest spot in all Creston  Valley.  E. Uri - has this week started work  on the erection of his new house.  Announcement  Canyon -street north is beginning to  take on quite a business section appearance now. In addition to the  Beattie Oatway drugstore R. Lamont's  new office is nearing completion, while  last week carpenters took the 25 per  cent, tilt to northward out of the  Rose & Timmons office as well as lowering it a matter of a couple of feet,  thus giving it a pidewalk-leyel entrance as well as greatly improying its  outward aspect.  Commencing August 4th we  will make delivery of Groceries  in town once daily, orders to  be placed before 4 p.m. Your  phone order solicited.  Owing to the large increase  in our Dry Goods and Men's  Furnishings departments we  have secured the services of  Mr. Osborn, who has had years  of experience in these goods  and will he pleased to help you  make your selections in these  lines.  S. A. SPEERS.  spend the early fall months with her.  Geo. Seymour was on fire patrol  work in the Lister and Huscroft sections last week, while Jim Long was  ���������aiu up tonsoiitis. Ten miles of. the  trail throngh to the Western Belle  claims have now been completed.  After about two weeks when it was  only possible to get to Creston by the  boat route, the water receded sufficiently on July 26th to make vehicle  travel possible. -^  The last of the month saw timothy  hay haryest under, w������y������ and a -good  vield'is' reported by all���������about three'  "tons.to the acre..  ���������       :>       . ':        .       *  Messrs. Plunket and C. Bliss of  Huscroft's, were West Creston visitors  the fore part of the week, looking over  a couple of ranches with a view to  buying.  Haying on the flats will be the  latest this year that any old timer ca  recall. With the water still in  evidence it is" bound to early in September before the mowers will be  busy.  It is expected that work on the erection of the new school building will  commence just as soon as the haying  season is over, and the building pushed through to completion this fall.  Frank Tompkins reports that this  year's high water got yery few of the  spnds on the four acres he has planted  to potatoes on the old Davis place.  Since the 20th of July the Tompkins  garden has been helping supply the  demand for new murphies at Creston  and elsewhere.  The Winlaw mill is sawing Matt.  Hagen's cut of logs, the lumber from  which will be used in the erection of  his new house.  M. Wigen has more business booked  than his plant will handle, and in consequence has the Winlaw mill sawing  the balance of his logs.  Paul Hagen is sojourner at Halcyon  at present, where he ia taking the  baths for a cure for his rheumatism.  The outside pickers are now all  away and Wynndel is quite its old  time.self once more.  \^������*?* J^khspn.^-a^^yisitor at Koot^  nay Landing, Sunday, where he wastry ing outthe fishing. Tbe sport was  poor, his catch being three big squaw  fish, which he thoughtfully gave away.  LETTERS TO THE EDITOR  Frail Growers, Attention I  tLBsstiesir  Lister hint week welcomed back  another benedict in John Johiibton  who was married at Vancouver on  July lflth, to Miss Jean Clews, who  has lust recently arrived in Canada  from Newtonntenvns, Scotland. The  ^i'ooUi imiiXi bat:!: on Tu-vd:>y ho**** mul iw  busy fixing up his new house in anticipation of Mrs. Johnston's arrival any  day now.  W. li. Mitchell al Sydney, v.ho ha.;  spent the past three weekti here on a  vina to bin father, tlio genial store*  keeper, left for hoini- ou Monday,  l^oing via ^pou.uic.  Clone lo 1201) tii'kctn haye now been  solel for the rattle of the home knit  -dieivv! ���������.vl.i-.-J; Mr:'. Fihner h������������ -,ln*ni������t������'<l  i lie Ladies' Auxilai y of t ho G.W.V.A..  the proceed'*   1 *, goto the piano fund.  Ibe ladies tried oui a -.vlj'u.L .-.nd  dance at the .-���������rhool em Saturday night,  Iiul, tbe i-iilt ruu-t i. ot Un- weainer n.r**n  W'f    :< ���������* tenet .me e   eloWil   tei   a    very    low  lll.ll K.  Noliees    wcii'    (...;..'.     ..!     :'..,     - ,.. '.:  aZ'CZ:'N/ZTJ?OM 77Z/Z jU/C tryv/VjCA'x-PJ*-,A/-~zW4At-ZwO-ZL-'tZrxv.v  The toil, struggles and vicissitudes  that have beset you in the .past trying  to unite and organize as an industrial  class, -so as to become strong in united  effort and to be able to supervise your  own business is about to be putt, to its  final test so as to see if you will stand  pat or scatter.  The Staples Fruit Company is a  concern that will put you to this test.  If Mr. Staples wiii be frank and open  with you (which he does not haye to)  he would tell you that he is sailing  under false colors, and that his com  pany is on the payroll of the so-called  Mutual Brokers or Nash houses, one  of the most powerful and perfect  organized corporations in Canada, for  the control and handling of the farmers' and fruit growers' products.  If you think, Mr. Farmer, that this  corporation is employing one of the  smartest, shrewdest, and keenest live  wires in your community to get your  business so that in the end you may  be benefitted by bis busim'sn capacity,  then whv in the name of common  sence did this corporation bid this  same man away from you. when yon  had him employed to build up your  own business organization for your  own benefit, and practically doing all  your business with thif corporation;  him watching over your affairs and  working for your interest..  If your skull is toe> thick for tl e  i casein of this move "to penetrate it  then you will be a parly to assist in  breaking up your own bnt yet feeble  organization, and our community  iiuil KK-*.*.. ,., \*\\\ \,<\\ \,t.i-\\ iii tlu- old  rut of disorganized independent, selfish struggle.  A pat on your back, hypnotized look  in your eyes, a whisper in your car,  "V.ii. ;!;���������.: . ir.c-'ji-ieity '; h'-t eV L-T������ centr-*  a box more for your fruit, one cent a  pound more feu* your vegetable product**, and  I venture   to   predict   that  twenlv  five    |������������*l   >tl*t.>..     Iliuli*    elf   OUI'  ;>..:. ^ : :    -.- :v ������������������������" ������������������*  tin- temptation.  Do   yeni    know.  Mr.  l-'.UUUT, what    I  would like- to do with vou, lf you  succumb to this temptation, so the  emancipation   eif  the   farmer.--, e-uu   he  | M'l.   il.U.-K    .lllt'iliii     ;���������������.;   :*.:*   i-i".--'!!   yeeels'f  j 1 wonM   like to   huve   a phu-iiiel pni   mi  I your    front     and    bark    hearing    the-  following   ui--iiiplii.ii:     "lieie   goei*.   a  liiiiiiiiii  tiltM������*liet, drifting  nub-pet dentil  V*       llllll.t.UM <������������������ r 4     I >>,.>���������.. . '...'.  ~j  jlife,    raiing    i.iaiu-ht     with    whom    he  < t ��������� I ..������. ��������� .   ... Jt   ..    !.    .. ���������     ������������������**.'..  ' n.euacc.  i  /  a. A. WI..  *itnm,sa*...x. *HB.   REVIEW,     CRESTOIfe    $L  itatirHMJitt  S  N  "'       xt rtit  WIUOW,  The WisD  ��������� BY  ARCHIE P. HcKISHNIE  Printed    by    Special    Arrangements   with   Thos.   Allen,  ll Toronto, Ont.  (Continued.)  Mr. Washburn took his quid of  blackjack from his mouth and shied  it at the drooping cars of old Moll.  It stuck midway between, where it  stuck like a tenacious horsefly... With  a dexterous flourish, of the whip he  dislodged it, and with a chuckle and  shake of his carroty mop, resumed:���������  " 'Course that was what I was wor-  kin' fer. I'm a wonderful eater myself, an' I do love Ma's creamed  chicken; so when she lit in on me  that there way, I was so tickled with  the manner I'd managed things that  I had to get busy bucklin' old Bess's  hamestraps together so's ma wouldn't  see  me  grinnin'.  " 'I doubt like sin if they'll appreciate it, ma, says I as I climbed into  the   democrat.  " 'I can't help it if they don't,' she  comes back at mc; 'I'm goin' to do  my part, an' you be goin' to do yours  which is to get them folks here on the  tick of seven,' says she."  Here Mr. Washburn consulted a  big, loud-ticking watch, and with a  muttered something sat up straight  the team, and with a flourish of their  sorrel tails, the aged lierseB leaped  forward like charges eager for the  fray, straight into thc heart of a big  tamarack grove through which the  grey road twisted.  In thc cool shadow of this miniature forest the lights were pale and  subdued; purple, yellow, and opal,  scintillating so faintly as to bc  scarcely discernible through the  shaggy screen that rested above a  flooring  of pale-green moss.  Then, as thc road curved once  more, they dipped into a wide green  open, with the big lake sleeping before it and the big forest-crowned  hills sweeping beyond it.  In the very heart of this open  stood a long, wide, homey cabin of  logs, and alongside of this cabin,  with a jerk of his elbows and a  "Whoa, thar, oid gals," Pa Washburn  drew  up  with  a flourish.  "This here is our place, an' you're  welcome to it an' all it holds," he  cried heartily.   "S'posin' we  light."  Suiting the action to the words,  with one bound he sprang free of the  rig, and before the girl could think,  she found herself lifted in a pair ofj  strong arms and deposited gently i  upon the spongy sward before the  cabin  door.1.  She laughed and shook herself like J  a spaniel who had been unexpectedly  treated to a ducking in the water he  was born to love, and turned a flush-  CURES A COLD  ICK AS A \  Easy As Rolling Off a Log to Stop  A Cough or Cold With  " CATARRHOZONE  rf  Emigrants from Britain  ..m,~ir.  l444\^4-~,  J xt. y      Jt.   l  time to see that dignified gentleman)  being treated in a like manner. As j  he was placed gently beside her, hej  turned   with   a   half-amazed,   half-in-  Simultaneously the  old  team woke   jured  expression   towards  her,  up and broke into a shambling trot  that carried thc complaining vehicle  around another curve at a merry  clip, and there swam into view the  settlement  of  Lookup,  "God bless my soul," he muttered,  "Edna,   dear,   it's   like   living   in   the  prehistoric    days.     I     haven't    been!  lifted in this  fashion since I  used to  play with" by brother Bill in the hay-  Far back along the road the driver mow on the old home-farm. Gad!  had pointed it out to his visitors j I wish you would drop a hint to our  from the pinnacle of a high hill, and strong-armed friend there that I  they had seen  it nestling like a bed | can't  stand those dip-thc-dip  stunts.  My  old   rag  of  a  heart  is. fluttering  yet."  Just here there emerged from the  cabin a woman of matronly aspect  whose plump, bare arms were  smeared with flour and whose big,  good-natured face fairly beamed  with   welcome.  "Well, you little dear, you," she  cried, planting a motherly kiss on  the pink cheeks of the girl. "I know  you're 'bout dead tired out, and like  as not hungry as a new-weaned calf.  Come along in and get some supper;  do."  "Ma,"    introduced    Pa    Washburn,  No more medicine for the stomach  ���������that isn't where your cold is lodged. Just breathe in the healing  vapor of Catarrhozone���������a soothing-  healing medication that acts instantly. Colds, sore throat and catarrh  fairly flee before  Catarrhozone.  Every spot that is congested is  healed, irritation is soothed away,  phlegm and secretions are cleaned  out, and all symptoms of cold and  catarrh arc cured. Nothing so quick,  so sure, sd pleasant as Catarrhozone.  Beware of dangerous substitutes  meant to deceive you for genuine  Catarrhozone. All dealers sell Catarrhozone, large size, which lasts  two months, price $1.00; small size,  50c;  sample  size, 25c.  picked up his rifle and turned towards the path to the cabin.  Swiftly he walked until the log  home showed through the clearing,  then his pace became slower, and to  the gaunt hound that met him on  the path and raised sad eyes to his,  he spoke. "Purp, I can't jes' go in  thar, not yit.   I   can't  do  it."  The dog whined and wagged his  tail, then, turning, trotted back towards the house. The lad followed,  haltingly, like one who was weary  after a hard trek through an unbroken waste^. From the trees all  about the cabin thc song birds were  trilling their lullaby songs to fledglings hidden somewhere away in the  sweet-smelling*  foilage.  Suddenly the boy paused on the  path and held up his head in a listening attitude. Then across his grief-  drawn face there swept a look that  almost glorified it.  of white daisies in thc heart of a  green valley bordered on the one  side by a wide lake, on the other by  hills veined with white watercourses. Now they saw that what  had looked like daisies on a bed of  green vj������re really houses built of un-  painted lumber; twenty or thirty of  them resting on the slope of a big  hill. In front lay thc deep water,  warm in the sapphire glow of a setting sun. Back oi the houses climbed  the hills tinged with variegated  glories of coloi-: green melting to  lemon-yellow, slate-grey blending to  bronze, while P\-P.\ above, where thc  timbers thick*.*ne*.l, a hazy sheen of  pu:-pie   and   a mo  rd   like   t  lie lid o  tur-   of  indc-?-:  he'..I   by  v.r,-j?-:-���������?.  "Tri at  the:. '  :\r.    i'. r:  O'.'f :*  "this here is Mr. Dayton, who is the  yst   hung   suspend-   young lady's uncle, and Mr.  Dayton,  great bowl, a pic-1 s**r������  ^lls    here    is    my  Missus, best  '������������������    grandeur   up-1 woman in Lookup, best cook in Ontario."  "How do, sir," beamed Mrs. Washburn. "Come along in, you and thc  young lady. I'll bet you're nigh  starved to death, and supper's Tcady  and waitin'."  .tij: c  .-md?.  Lookup," shouted  :is shoulder, above  r-'T'ort-- from lhc  !.e   off  hind   wheel;  (To  Continued)  Winner in Butter Contest  sorrc.  b*  r -  Iir;-:  scenting a  a-,.- not far  stiff   canter  -! a ypp.  ?.   a   spend  ���������'������������������-*��������� r] c. ***- r r- -  ��������� as-ed the.  boa-ds a  oi*.' and  nr.d bared  I'. ��������������������������� r i i a rel  .iii/hl   in  and    a*-'  :;    <!".'.���������  '���������f        J.  (\ f* r r  th**:  CHAPTER V.  Daddy Farncy lay asleep in thc  arms of thc only mother he had ever  known. His grave rested at thc fool  of thc -spreading oak on a tiny eminence which sloped to a swift-running  brook. All about him, ae he slept,  swept thc murmuring song of tree  and bush and water. Low above thc  foi'st the fleecy clouds hung like the  petals of a great lily; the winds blew  fr'sh and sweet after the storm.  Peace reigned after the war of tem-  im -.i, .ind ve.-iy pe-ai-.efiiily reposed thc  v.-'eran trapper of the Northland,  v, ho-e   spirit   had   ridden   out���������as   hc  Results of Dominion Education Butter Scoring  Contest  For May  Saskatchewan wins first place in  the Dominion education butter scoring  contest for the month of May, is the  information received by P. E. Reed,  dairy commissioner for thc province.  The province also tied with Manitoba  for second place.  Four creameries in each of thc nine  provinces of the Dominion arc entered in thc contest, the scoring being  made on samples sent in each month  from May to October inclusive. Two  Saskatchewan creameries received the  highest possible scores for workmanship. The Cudworth branch of the  Saskatchewan Co-operative Creameries scored highest with 97 points, and  thc same company's Birch Hills tied  with the Crescent Creamery company  of Winnipeg for second place, with  96 points out of 100.  No man is bound to bc rich or  great, no���������nor to bc wise! but every  man  is  bound   to  be  honest.  Every Part of Canada Will Benefit  From the Influx  Every part of Canada is to benefit  by the influx of Imperial ex-soldiers  who arc coming to thc Dominion to  settle on farms 'under the special  scheme decided upon by the Imperial  and Dominion governments last year.  Those aleady selected by the Dominion representatives, W. E. Scott, former deputy minister of agriculture,  BritisTb.-'Columbia, and Russell Wilson  of Saskatoon, will bring about a million dollars in cash, -said Mr. Scott;  at Halifax from the Cunard liner  Caronia en route with Mr. Wilson to  Ottawa where they will make an official report.  Of the thousands of applicants  about 700 have been found suitable,  during the stay in England of Messrs.  Scott and Wilson. They are not the  professional army officers type of men  Mr. Scott said, but mostly were civilians before the war. They are sound  and adaptable and come from York,  Nothumberland, Wales and Scotland,  the best agricultural sections of the  Old Land, and Mr. Scott declares  they will adapt themselves to conditions here and make ideal farm settlers and citizens.  That Canada should get as many  of this mass of settlers as possible is  Mr. Scott's opinion, as Australia and  New Zealand are going to send agents  there this fall for the same kind of  men and will offer big inducements.  The two agents did not get a good  slice of bread since they left Canada,  they declared, Britain and man}*- other  parts of the world being short of  wheat. Therefore they say there will  be big prices for all the food produce  Canada can export for years to come.  lEP7nM IM MM  m mm i  8  I  On Face and Head. Itched  and Burned, Disfigured*  ~i...,   ~..i.. ...  "Last year I became affected with  -eczexna.. Xt started on fhe -cheeks in  a-rash, and the water spread and  made my face sore all around tbe  ear and partly en my head. The skin  was very sore end red, end Che  breaking out itched and burned so  that I could hardly help scratching.  My face was very -disfigured.  "Th-sa I need a free sample cf  Cuticura. It helped so I bought three  cakes of Soap and one box of Ointment, and toy fa-ce was healed,"  ([Signed) Miss Martha. Berger, Spaa-  away, Wash., F-aJx-U, 1919.  Give Cuticura Soap, Ointment-sad  Talcum Che cars of your akin.  Soap 25c Ointment 25 and Sdo.   Sold  throughout theDomioion. CanadianDepot:  Lymacs. lisrited, gi. Pasl St., F.lc-strcal.  iJgSSr'Ca-ticura.Saap shaves without -mng.  mmmim^mmi mmutmL  Prince Ships Stock by Express  The Prince of Wales shipped eight  horses and eleven ponies by Dominion Express to bis ranch in Alberta  on the steamer Montcalm from Bristol on July 7.  Appear Af Your  Be������t���������Instswitly  A  critic  is   a   grown-up    boy   who  continues to throw stones.  ^S    .6-n*   If you receive   a -twlden J  \U*l%\ 111   cal!er or an unexpected to- |  -   -���������*���������----���������--   vitation you can teei confident of always   appearing  at your best.   In but a few  moments it renders to your  skin a -wonderfully   pure.  _^_ _ . ���������   soft   comolexion   that   Is  ^Vc-IA be*ond comparison. j  SSQ3]6j^^*a;i^^5Siife:*,K  T--  J&^.&Sirp'S-,----   ir; ^^,.,-4-..  ...,..-,..^:i;._...  iceaggsrssBBaa-gBS  ONLY TABLETS MARKED  it  BAYER"   ARE   ASPIRIN  Not Aspirin at All without the "Bayer Cross"  For Colda, Pain, Headache, Neuralgia, Toothache, Earache, and for  Rheumatism, Lumbago, Sciatica, Nnu-  'ritis, tako Aspirin marked with the  ������������������name "Bayer" or you aro not taking  'Aspirin at all.  Accept only "Bayer Tableta of  Aspirin"   in   an   unbfoken   "Bayer"  package which contains complete directions. Then you aro getting real  Aspirin���������tho genuino Aspirin prescribed by physicians for ovcr nineteen years. Now mado in Canada.  Handy tin boxes containing 12 tablets cost but a few cents. Druggista  also sell larger "Bayer" packages.  Tkerc ia o*aly ono Aspirin*-^"Baycr'^TTe'*---: ar-ast say "Bayer"  Aspirin is tho traclo mavlc (registered in Canada) of Bayer Manufactures of 3tono-  ���������ftcotlcacidestcr of -SaUeyllcaeiel. Wlillo it is well known that Aspirin means Bayer  ���������manufacture, to an������lst tho public aealiiBt Imitations, tho Tablets of Bayer Cce-mpjuiy  ���������will ho utampc-a with their general trado rnvnl-, tlio ���������'Beyer Crosff."  l.r.  el     it     would     on    the   wild  .1.  fie*,:"  ��������� Ar.  'I.* lli.'. iww grave-' sal the lad  ,*. hum !*,ul ���������',i..:;. el the onc hc-  *,v '<rl��������� 1  upon   whom   he  had  ! !ic  ������������������'!.  '���������'lire.  1 I '. I I* '  ���������1  VI'Ve'  hi-  f.n   Jii:  iiiin  lc 11 (*(**!  hi;  lib  .-   ���������        -r-"*ii -- *' -���������*ti**i*i'to*������i dam M Ui    V  y-md^0ltttf^SX4i!IJSm.-4JimrX0m4^py  ���������i   lool-rd    !*,'nii-dit    before  'mi' : i ���������,. .n.-'hle'   infmit v   of  The Square Deal  Pays  And squarfc with the enemy every  man gets when hc separates himself  from his corns by Putnam's Corn  Extractor. For fifty ycars "Putnam's" only���������it's painless and sure,  25c.  at  all  dealers.  feSI r~% M nil  ..'-W.t-Zf.:.** ~m .ti, w ���������.-aii UNps.a  nSVJl.rrV.j mi   -,i   yr-i-l   i ������* ,.^     *. ...    .....  P^j."4-A  ^���������xmiitmS-i Sfil -~rsr-0-vvrari. <*. -ni "'^^issss.-1-w  r^v-W't'B**'***!^^  ���������m?^~^^:^$ j  ������*-(���������������*   .  '  e*ey  ~w?������? mtm^'  *.'. ,; '1    . .i'. H*    v\ in ii '"< whiK    'Mi  *   .        -?.',- I .���������������������������������. i ie* (������������������    vi I 11    il     t li e  ���������'    '  ' ' '      i'i    ': *. 1    ������ ;.i . 11: j'    11;.  ' !;     U i):    ���������       'J,\,       ',! M*|i  In <!       I.i'.  .*.*.'., t:.'         lilf .*: i; .1 .       " I >.i <1'1 V,  i. ���������* : i* * i .    1 ir n      '. li i I* I i. ('      e .11  * r r r I    (  ���������  . ," ! I 1.1'       i ',:    Inn!    '.', 1'     If!     *  ���������I.'I     i*       --:  *l     '!,' r.       "  :,, , ?,   .    :,    ',, . !,'   ;..,) r*  <���������    '       ������������������';���������  .i-i    '       ti I.    '   '  Newspaper  Costs   Still   Mounting  The cost of tho white paper on  which newspapers arc printed mounts  steadily   upward. The      increased  price which went into force on July  1st represents an added expense for  Candian publishers of not less than  the hutfc sum of ei^ht million dollars. In December, 1916, the price of  newsprint was $36 a ton. Karly this  year it was $80. Thc now price is  $110 :i ton-���������an inrreas,e of $74 over  the price prevailing up to 1916 ���������  more than 1205 percent. For the- last  e-piaite'i- of Ibis year tin- price will  In*   $1.10   a   teni,   ;.'M   perce'iit   over   the  e-(i;,t    plieV    eif    ft ill i*    yeai'S    atfO.  I  Cord or  Fabric  N  Always Near  A mile and a half, or a day  aim a half, or a world and a  half away. '"*'  Your  journey  back,  will be  safe   -and   sure    if your  car is equipped the  Partridge way.  Uranutated EyclitSSt  Kyt-������  inllamrd  by  exoo-  ���������uie te) Sun, Dunlaiiel Wind  mm^ quickly relieved by Murluo  x-i-v- I yelleiueily. No biiiartiiitf.  -S "   just   I ���������'.ye   (liinileirt.      At  Ve-Mir K)ruif(������;i������i(i or hy mail 60c per Bottle.  I'm iiiiou wi Uit* ( yo trre write tela  Murhio  L'y������-  Horn oily Co., Chlc������(jo.  I  ~~  1 -w P dPXt  . W < '"'  ft  1  1  5  ^^m^-MMm^   tmmrni Z Wm*- mmmm  VlHu     JSffiL       W~a\  VOL l-0m. t-tt-mW    ^L-tmW A-m~Wm~~\  tutd  I  i'Odwe   &$   Yiwir   Nam������  mmmAit'mimmmi&mmiMmmmmmiskmiMbmm.  atea**-**^^  s:;a.*,a**iSi������j^ THE     K.EVIEW,     CKEBTON,     B.     0.  *%pi  Winnipeg  To Reclaim Half  f  Z������gni������?d>        Calgary  Last  week, ih this paper, we  used about a foot oi space to  tell something  about the  This is but a reminder. If you  read "the adv. in last week's  paper all well and good, and if  you overlooked it, it will be  time well spent if you  find a copy and read it  very carefully. It is a  hard job these hot, sultry days to bend over  a washboard or turn a  hand washer. A MAYTAG Multi - Motor  washer, with a powerful, light, compact,  half horse, air-cooled  engine built right in as  a part of the washer is  one thing above all  others that should be  in every home where  there is no electric  current. Ask the implement      or      hardware  .t-r*-- ',.-  ���������.- txr-.~r.4V  UCcllCt       ill      yyjtxL       ..win*.  town where you do  your trading to tell you  about it. If he refuses,  then drop us a line and  wc will, .and will also  send you free a copy  of the MA Y T A G  Laundry Manual.  jVFillierv-n   A or-gsr  ~m,.^m^M.4m4Xmjf������.im ������.������*V������k   WIV  Inundated Areas in Albeta and Saskatchewan to be Drained  Forty reclamation projects involving 400,000 to 500,000 acres of land  are planned in Alberta, and surveys  are being conducted to determine cost  and means of bringing water covered  areas into agriculturally useful surfaces. Among .the' lakes which will  be drained will be Sullivan Lake, near  "Wabamum, Chip Lake, Cygnet Lake,  near Entwhistle, and certain low lying stretch eg; in the lesser Slave Lake.  The scheme will embrace inundated  Saskatchewan areas and east of  Prince Albert, and 1,000-mile tract  between the Carrot and Sskatchewan  Rivers will be surveyed this summer.  Emigrants Flock  To tJhft Dnmininn  Holloway's Corn Cure takes the  corn out by the roots. Try it and  prove  it.  British Military and Naval Costs  Great Britain's expenditures on  naval and military operations in Russia from the time of the signing of  the armistice with Germany, Nov. 11,  1918, to March 31, last, amounted to  $55,973,000, according to a parliamentary paper just issued.  MOTHER!  ���������I I*���������   ������������������������������������Ll*  ^California Syrup of rigs"  Child's Best Laxative  C&vdtOrWig  WINNIPEG  CALGARY  Angry Customer.���������Look here, waiter. I have just found this trouser  button in  my  soup.  Waiter (with a beaming smile).���������  Oh, thafik you, sir. I couldn't think  what had become of it.  European Invasion of Canada Assuming  Larj^e  Proportions  The publicity department of the C.  P. R. states that the great European  invasion of Canada has been experiencing since shipping was released is  very general and drawing immigrants  from a large area. Every continental country, ally and neutral is contributing its quota to the growing  stream.  A steamer sailing from European  points for the Dominion is crammed  to capacity and the class of Canadian  settler was never higher nor of a  better type. The vessels of the C. P.  R. alone handled 26,126 passengers in  April and May, and of this total 15,350  avowed their intention of settling in  the Dominion and making their future homes here.  ,JfrW&*  "%7"OURgood intentions don't pay the grocers' =  JL     bills.   Your family has to live even if you 5  don't.    Secure a Monthly Income Policy 5  now.    Write for pamphlet to-dav. ������  THE EXCELSIOR LIFE INSURANCE CO. ������  Winnipeg,   Regina,  Saskatoon,   Edmonton,   Calgary,  Vancouver.        ~-  (Agents Wanted in Unrepresented Districts) ������5  Tractor Seeding Mark  Sores Flee Before It.���������There are  many who have been afflicted with  sores and have driven them away  with Dr. Thomas' Electric Oil, which  acts like magic. All similarly troubled  should lose no time in applying this  splendid remedy, as there is nothing  like it to be had. It is cheap, but its  power is in no way expressed by its  low  price.  Forgotten  Memory of even the most important episodes in contemporary history  is  remarkably  short.    Six ycars  ago  -.-.-X AT Ir...  Ltxax    LvxymyLar  X. SxAt.t.m       XT ~r* ~. r.'. r-  XXLLrltyXLL-xLJ       X   -XCtllXrtxV  To have the children sound and  healthy is the first care of a mother.  They cannot be healthy if troubled  with worms. Use Mother Graves'  Worm  Exterminator.  A British ocean liner has installed  a small branch of a London bank as  a convenience to its passengers.  fiti  I Cannot  eg-jjj  dinand was murdered by Prinzip, a  fanatic whose act played into the  hands of the junkers and militarists  of Germany and Austria and furnished the pretext for the greatest war  of all time. Yet few people and few  newspapers commented on the anniversary. The date had been almost  completely forgotten and it is doubtful if ten persons in a hundred could  have recalled the names of the actors  in this prologue to the great tragedy.  ���������'Ottawa Citizen.  352 Acres in One Day Sets a New  Record       /  What is said by motorized farming  authorities tcr be a record in light  tractor seeding- has been accomplished  by a Manitoba farm worker. James  E. Tyrer seeded 135 acres of flax in  one day, using a light tractor drawing  two 12-foot double-disc drills. His  combined acreage with that of two  other men for the same day was 352  acres.  The average acreage seeded in a  day with the same equipment is  from 40 to 50 acres, according to the  ranch manager. Tyer is 23 years old,  and lives at Trecsb'ank, Han.���������Manitoba Free Press.  MONEY ORDERS  When ordering goods l>y  mail,  &cnd  a  Dominion Express Money  Order.  BOOK   ON  DOO    DISEASES  and Hour to  Feed  Mailed    Free    to    any  Address   or  the  Autior  H.   CLAY   GLOVER  CO.,   INC.,  118    West    31-st-street,  New  York.  U.S.A.  Had His Game Trapped  A   young  Swede   appeared   at   the  county judge's office and asked for a  license.  "What  kind   of   a   license?"   asked  the judge; "a hunting license?"  "No,"  was   the  answer,"  aye  tank  aye   bane   hunting  long  enough  aye  want marriage license."  DANDRUFF SOON  GETS YOUR HAIR  Cook's Csliea Roof Compotes  A ea/e, relidbla reau?atino  medicsne. Sold in three do*  greefl of strength.���������No.. 1, SI I  No. 2. $3; Ho. 3, S5 pet bos.  Sold by all dru-^eists, or ecu*  frepaid  on   receipt   of   prica.  ree     pamphlet.       Address i  ,THE COOK MEDICINE GO-4  TOHOHTO, ONT.   .tttBti.. Wlsiur.)  ���������WTTHOUT PUBE BLOOD HEALTH IS IMPOSSISES  e**-.   BLOOD  IS  MEDICINE.  1  BRAIN AND  ~P  NERVE FOO0  Trial Bottl-a eithsr Remedy Sa.. leading Chemist* -or  Vetarao Remedies Co.. Gospel Oak. K.W.5. London. Eng.  HALF A CENTURY REPUTATION.  -VI AXLLLALIX .C X140.J trxiyiy  VETAR  I������ PIULS   POR  THE  I ������ L!V������t  JR.B-C ijB-XBHj ������LIVERSKIDNEYS  Invaluable for diseases ol these important orpans.  Gravel, Pains In the Back, Gout, Rheumatism, l't'.ca  tt., leading -Chemists or Br. LE CLEliC MED. CO..  HlVBBSTOCK UD- N.W.S. LONDON. ENGLAND-      * -v-l:  /F*  Let "Danderine" check" nasty  scurf and stop hair  failing out  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."  Minard's  Liniment  Co.,  Limited.  Dear Sirs,���������This, fall I got .thrown  on a fence and hurt my chest very  bad, so I could not work and it hurt  mc to breathe. I tried all kinds of  Liniments and they did me no good.  One bottle of MINARD'S LINIMENT, warmed on flannels and applied on my breast, relieved me completely.  C. H. COSSABOOM.  Rossway,  Digby Co.,  N.   S.  Belgium's Recovery  Brute  Centenarians  Paragon  Shorthand  Our former Paragon shorthand students,  many of them in excellent positions for  several years, are recommending this wonderful system to their young friends, who  are entering our summer classes almost  daily. Write if interested, and learn a  little of the interesting history of this  system, jvhich has opened the door for  thousands of young people to pleasant  and   lucrative   employment."  Fedeial     Business    College,    3\e;j!������a;  Dauphin Business College; Portage ia  Prairie Business  College.  Head Office: The  WINNIPEG  BUSINESS   COLLEGE,  ~=ft  =z>  To stop falling hair at once and rid  Elephants  arc perhaps  thc  longest J the  scalp of  every particle  of dand  LLIOUS     headacho     F.poil-ri  many an   expected   enjoyment.  Whon tho condition ot? the  liver is neglected, biliousness  jaeema to becomo chronic and  rccm'fj every two or three  weeks, with severe sick headaches.  Why not got rlRtit attor tMti  troublo uiul ami IL by lining Dr.  Chaff o'ti Klilnoy-I^tvor I'llhi to roatoro  tlio health unel activity of: tho llvor.  cron-itlpivUein.     iruUtfo.iUon.     Imclc-  WXllO,   ilojuleioiio,   iJUioei.riir/oij   auu   ixill-  ������ie>y* elorangomi-ntfi noon ellnnppemr  with tho uu-4 oC thlu well-known  ���������modlolne*.  Ono i)lll ������ efloMO, 25 ct-i. ft box, nil denlora,  wu Utluiuuaon, rates t~ Co., Ltd., Toronto,  10���������������������������txymmmxiximy���������^'mr-.  M   ~**k   ti-V1**-!. mSmrnt  I ! JuAn I  ���������^iMittimi-wrii  MmM  Country's Exports May Exceed Imports Before End of  Year  Belgium is making rapid rcco*very  from German depredations committed  in the world war. At the close of  the war 2,000 kilometers of railroads,  1.S00 bridges, 600 kilometers of canals,  telegraph, and telephone systems and  a third of thc factories of thc country  ha\l been destroyed. Recovery has  been proceeding steadily since the armistice, and Emil Franqui, the Belgian- minister of state, writing in the  magazine of Wall Street, slates that  the railways,0 telegraphs, and telephones have been almost entirely repaired. The canals arc navigable and  many industries hav* he-.*:: revived.  Already coal production is a little  higher than in 1913, reaching 105 percent ol pre-war output in the month  of April last. Textile! and wool production are gradually being restored  lo normal and plate ({lass works are  in full operation. The progress has  been slower in the steel construction  phin I.s.  Exports, hc added, to Holland,  K ranee, Italy aud Germany surpass  imparls from thosc countries. The  balance will. Euglaiul l:., *;1o**\ly but  surely readjusting itself, and from tin-  present indications it appears probable thai In-Ion- the-, -'.nd of the*, year  Ui:IgiUlll Will v-.vpttil mole i.i.el. .-.ii*..*  ini jii uts.  In   Japan   straw   is  coinr-rted  bag:;   for   grain,   :,hocr-   for   tlie  1 .11111 u.el'i    jeie     ten-    lieiilv",    ii'Oi.S    Ioi  houses,    pape*r     niat'i,   .screen.*-),  anel   numerous   other articles.  into  fort,  i liC  beds,  Tvlin.ud'**  ���������l\\.L   I.  Liniment    Kelicvcii    Dili-  lived members of the animal king  dom, averaging between 100 and 200  years. There are records of elephants living 350 years. Most naturalists allow the whale about the same  length of life as the elephant. The  camel comes third, averaging about  75 ycars. Thc average life of a lion  and a tigvr is 40 and 25 ycars respectively.  THE MAN WHO WINS  I.; Always Full of Life aud Energy-  Failures are Weak and  Bloodless  Some men seem to have all the  luck, lf there are any good things  going these men seem to get them.  They make other people do their will  ���������they arc leaders. If they are business nun they arc successful; if they  are workmen thcy get the foreman's  job. They have the power of influencing people.  The same thing- is irite ot women..  Some havc thc charm that makee  men seek them out; others are. always neglected, Hut this is not luck,  It is clue to a personal gift���������vitality.  Men and women of this sort arc. never weak, puny invalids. They may  not. be big, but they are full of life  and energy. Thc whole, thing is a  matter of good blood, good nerves  and good health. Everyone would  wish to he tike litis and I lie dualities  that make for vitality and energy arc  purely a mat lei of health. Hy building up thr: blood and nerves, sleeplessness, want of energy, weakness of  the hack, stooping shoulder-* headaches and the. inclVectual sort of presence whieh really cornea from weakness*- ean all be r:������">t rid of. Dr. Wil-  lir-nii-**: I'ink Till*-. havr������ nirielf*** iiirmv  weak, tired men vigorous and healthy.  anel many pale, di*jeet<-il girl* anel  women, plump, rosy and attractive, by  . e     ���������      1 e 1 t >  111 ��������� I * 1 ei\ im;    eeeeie    uniuu   ami    lulling   Up  their nerves. If you are weak, ailing,  low spirited or unhealthy, try Dr.  Williams Pink Pills and note- their  speecly, beneficial  etl'irt.  You   can   get    these   J'ills   through  anv   medie-ine   dealer   or   bv   mail   at  r-,>- . ������. '        r .     .    r   ���������  .iti   1 * lie.*.   ������i    tm.y    tn     ..tr.    int.yt  *,    it,1     ,|>.,,,nr  from The Dr. Williams Medicine Get,.,  Iji irLl.V III C.    Gill.  ruff, get a small bottle of "Danderine"  at any drug or toilet counter for a  few cents, pour a little in your, hand  and rub well into the scalp. _ After  several applications all dandruff usually goes and hair stops coming out.  Every hair in your head soon shows  new life, vigor, brightness, thickness  and more color.  Merely A Boiled Egg  If You Don't Know How to Boil an  Egg This Will  Explain  ��������� There is a great difference in eggs  ���������some cling to thc shells more than  others. "Hard boiled" eggs should  not. be boiled; thcy should be cooked  below the boiling point for twenty to  thirty minutes, and will be more digestible (the albumen is not hardened) and will peel more easily. However, the egg should hc dipped in cold  water for a few minutes before removing thc shell and this does away  wiih thc last bit of difficulty. Hurry  and "boiling hard" to get a hard-  cooked egg makes most of the trouble. It takes a little time to do anything well���������even cooking an egg in  the shell, which sounds like the last  word in  simplicity.  For Summer  Shoes  Snow White Dressing  A pure white liquid dressing for  outing shoes���������easily applied; it  dries quickly, docs not turn yellow nor rub off:  Gold Leaf  A self-shining dressing that produces a quick, lasting black  gloss. Especially adapted for  ladies' and children's fine shoes.  British Military  A high grade waterproof polish  for black, tan. oxblood and chocolate shoes.  Your  dealer  has   these  linos.  Canadian Polishes, Limited,  HAMILTON      -      ONTARIO  ^"'f'illfr-tliiW'rl-.Vi^n^^  *������fthd Chile*renrs Shoes ���������;  -'  * * -.  ,, '*, w, ''V''''-r'1'" '   ���������>���������>���������*'���������-���������-''���������������������������"',~-WldiL������Amir~ll  Canada'a Fleet Due in September  llic   Navai   i-leei,   consisting   of   a  cruiser, two destroyers, aud two submarines,   which   the   British   government has presented to the admiralty,  are expected to come; out in September.    Commander Hose, who recently  went to England to supervise the taking ovier, has asked that a number of  other   olhcera   be   sent   across.     lhc  shipa  are now  be-ing  overhauled and  got   in   rendincrs   for   nervine.    Thcy  may be quartered at Halifax in summer and Esquimau In  winter.    Com-  I mnneW Tloic \<s likely to succeed Ael-  miral    Kingsmill   ni   director   of   the  Cauaelian   Naval   Service.  A Pleasant Purgative.���������Parmelcc'*  Vegetable l'ills are r.n rninpnundcd  as  to  operate  on  both   the  stomach  and     thc    bowels,   so   that   they   act  ��������� ii..      i    1 .   . i-  ..  1      tt.yi.tt,    w**i     ,,..yt.tr    ....... x ...... j     ......     ....  crctory passage. They are* not drastic iu their work, but mildly purgative, and the pleasure of taking them  ii onlv equalled by tlie gratiiying  ciicct tncy pio������.K.tc. Coii.pnaiivi^a  only ot vegv.tabic ���������ub*:'aricc*L :!;e curative qualities of which were fully  tested, ' thcy afford relief without  chance  of  injury.  ui  tU  .1X1 V  VV  M  IT.  UrY*.  Minard's Liniment  Kelieve*s Garget ���������MMM*  LAND REGISTRY AGT  (Section 24)  J.  LELLIOTT  In the matter of Lot 1, Block 2, Town  of Creston, . Province ot fSc-itish  Columbia, Map 079.  Proof having been filed in *my office  of the loss of Certificate of Title No.  6790-1, to the above-mentioned lands  in the name of William xxenty Crawford, and bearing date the I9th Janu-  ai-y, 1920, I hereby give notice of my  intention at the expiration of one calendar month from the first publication hereof to issue to the said William Henry Crawford a fresh Certificate  of Title in lieu of such lost. Certificate.  Any person having any information  with reference to such lost Certificate  of Title is requested to communicate  with the undersigned. Dated at the  Land Registry Office, Nelson, B.C.,  this 29th day of June, 1920.  E. S. STOKES,  District Registrar of Titles.  Date of first publication July 9,1820.  MINERAL AGT  -m   FORMF  Certificate of Improvements  NOTICE  Grade R, Arnold Fraction and Rosebud Fraction Mineral Claims, situate  in the Nelson Mining Division of  Kootenay District. Where located:  Near Green City.  TAKE NOTICE that J. D. Anderson, B.C.L.S., of Trail, agent for Wm.  Connolly of Rossland. Free Miner's  Certificate No. 27449c, intends, sixtv  days from the date hereof, to apply to  the Mining Recorder for Certificate of  Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining Crown Grants of the abcve  claims. And further take notice that  action under Section 85 must be commenced before the issuance of such  Certificates of Improvements. Dated  this 24th day of June, 1920.  J. D. ANDERSON.  THE  CBESTCK  REVIEW  THE CRESTON BEVSE  Plastering and Cement Finishing by the day or contract.  Fourth St.  CRESTON  WE HAVE THE  Issued every Friday at Creston. B.C.  Subscription : $2 a year in advance.  82-50 to U.S. points.  C. F. Hates, Editor and Owner.  CRESTON, B.C.. FRIDAX. AUG.  6  \ss Sss-th &f&ms*m  for your  Cranbrook dirtrict had a rainfall  of just about one inch the middle of  j last month. While the downpour  was thankfully received by the  farmers ox that section, and the  hope expressed thac similar soak-  ingb -would be forthcoming, fortnightly, little more was rurally  thought of the occurence.  In~ the city itself, however, the  arrival of so much wetness in such  a short period of time���������just about  an  hour���������started   sundry  citizens  One that will comply with  the laws of B.C.  In fact we always carry a full  -f ~r  stock of Accessories  for  every need in the motor  car line.  Creston Auto & Supply  R. S, BEVAN, Hanger  ���������R *���������**- -Bti vx. r������  m^MmW^\Mm.m~.*fmim  11 ���������**��������������������������� C-* ���������*  Jl.OU  l������������ I*-***. t--"      AM      i ���������*���������*���������*��������������������������� a-Z*rx    f\r  V* tleLVU      -MtXA      I11VK    *U������S.  Sifting Stock  In our hardware line is just what we are doing at the present  time. The stewing pan, coffee pot, roller and other articles have  tumbled out, and we have placed them upon our bargain counter  for quick sole.  OUR HARDWARE  is most complete and we can supply everything needed in  household in this line at very moderate cost.  the  Hardware & Furniture Supply  M. J. BOYD        Company Manager  1    jfm&- \%     1   ej**^Fa ������&*^*-3' ST"^  jftmvtQL Hf-^ 0     *** "**"J   ^tli i i..i>    ~~~mm~tP  t~~      S3  (mmJ  f^Pl-^^.^'f  m  i  !  LAST   SUMMER  BJmtmmm.   ^~-m-\ J^AW^P ^Tfr  ^rmrnm. _rp   mmx, m     ^~mx   m   m���������pm J4f+.. tmmm  dfc ^pxpxpxo  11    '   ������������������      ������������������  m       ^^     r0^m) -m^i   j^mm ^^m i^^^ i^^ w^m^        |mv  ^^HPl**- ���������W   ���������0   ,ddtm~W      ^^tntmxm,. -������������������tr      mWkmT ^*m~0m���������m4tm9mt^  *%%   ^XmmmatSm���������*9^^ ^^tWim���������t^^ ^^^MBfc^'^^     m%^  U4t  A UTTiX CAUL WOULD M-AV������ SAVtD MS  RT=-r*i!l1?FF!n ?  SL-^������Lmmll    ~Zmr-J       B.|    'mfi~^-~ --mxJ>   immJ ~  AVE AMD PREPARE  Success ^euerally comes to thos������ who go look*  iag for it* and the man with a substantial  Savings Account is always in a position to  grasp gG&d @pp@ft%assiti@@ for Investment ������f  advaneesB@ut*  Save! Open on account with this Bank at  once*'. Interest paid at current rate.  OP     CJ~mSJ-.J~<J0-  CRESTON BRANCH.  C. W. ALLEN,  SESSSSSESSSSS5  M-MMitfer.  erwear  rainfall accounts for in various  ways. Among the meteorological  master minds was Editor Sullivan  of the Courier, whose deductions in  this respect are* interesting���������and if  you don't believe them you are  quite at liberty to take the measurements and reflgure the whole  matter on the first opportunity  that presents itself. Says the  Courier, in part:  "An inch of rain means that  there has been precipitated on each  acre no less than 100 tons of water.  The year 1920 is notable in a weather way for the excessive rainfall  in various parts of the country, a  fact that set one person fond of figures to preparing a few statistics  on what an inch of rain really  means. The writer took for his  example East Kootenay, which is  far from being dry (when it rains).  It is estimated that a single inch  of rain descending on East Kootenay means that more than 5,460,-  000,000 gallons of water have been  precipitated and would be standing  on the district in an aqueous blanket if there were no drainage. The  weight of an inch of rainfall would  be about 22,800,000 tons.  'The above figures are formidable enough, but they pale into insignificance when the annual precipitation of East Kootenay is considered. The annual average rain  fall is 22 inches. If this amount of  water were confined where it fell  there would be almost 120.000,000,-  000 gallons of water over the district's surface.  "It is estimated that in a century  enough water falls on East Kootenay to bury it beneath a lake 370  feet deep, containing 24 trillion gallons, and weighing a mere triile of  200 billion tons."  Perhaps the most pertinent observation of the whole article is  contained in the sentence, "A rainfall of one inch, if it could be conserved in its entirety, would supply  the citizens of Cranbrook for at  least nine days���������the exact time a  camel can go without drinking."  Curious Creston citizens would,  indeed, bo grateful to the Courier if  ifc would bc explicit in elating if  the nine-day period alluded to  would be as for 1920, or for any  year ante dating tho legislative going dry of tho province. With precise information on this point looal  statisticians could, doubtless, evolve  some statistics that temperance orators could ubo to oxcollont advantage in the forthcoming plebiscite  campaigning. Native hour can  i'e.ulily recall when thc emulating  of Ilu**. camel was neither tlie ambition or un acooinplishmont of the  iiven'iiere' ( YiitiWooU riil.i'/.f-Ol.  M-~-mmSt4l      &0.Bp^j*mx m*.    31 ^m^/mW @        ^y Jp x^-^^      ^E^gpy ^^9 H H ffl B B B ^^mtW Q  in the famous Watson's and  Penman's manufacture.  LADIES'VESTS  Short Sleeves at 35c, 45c, 55c, 95c  Extra large size 80c  Sleeveless style 35c, 45c, 55c, 75c, 95c  Combinations at $1, $1.50, $1.85.  Boys' Combination Balbriggan  U ndersuits  Sizes 22, 24, 26, 28, 30, 32  at $1.00  Men's Balbriggan Shirts and  Drawers at $1.00.  Men's Combinations  A variety of styles and materials at  2.00, 2.50, 3.85 to $6.00 per suit.  Creston Mercantile Company  UIviiTED  We Solicit Your Patronage  BECAUSE we are owned by the farmer and  controlled by the-farmer.  BECAUSE we are in business for the farmers'  interest, and NOT for private gain, or in  the interest of an octupus corporation.  BECAUSE we wish to establish a reputation  for honesty and a square deal,  irowGfs  LIMITED  POSITION  At -t 30th NoTomUr, 1919  Paid-up Capital  Reserve Fund  Leoano       ���������������     -  Deposits   -  Total Assets   -  $ 15,000,000  15,000,000  2&*,870,274  393,605,156  -W  -M'W---W**^^  FRU!T RANCH FOR SALE  VO-nn-i- intK-li, nm- mill- I'-itet, of f/ii-H  ion.     io iici-������-;* |������in!Mi-ii mi  lYeiii, J.���������������������������������������������* ������ii'  'r. ,*1,   *. ..i .i 1 !< ,.. ]'!    ,n e < i.    tlli.l<*������     t'.tiH.l-  vjition. *'ie*e'lr riitmiii--; UireMi--;li I.mil.  fJeiexl Wl-ll, Ke*oe| )i>t, heiiine* mill Imiii.  ..I ... .-Ill ll.,.      AIS    f.tllll    ������r,uiuuie n!,    will  ������<i -.villi raiirli.     Ki'iiiomiltlc cash pay-  llle'Mt; IlilllllU'i- lei Mlit pill e:l|.'lMT. Knee lilr-i-   Iti'l'll'Vl1 ������ Hllce'.  THE CANADIAN BANK  OF rOMMF.RCF.  PAID-UP CAPITA!.  RESERVE FUND  $15,000,000  $15,000,000  UKt-.C-JL'-UiX    XilV/Xi>l*������^l������,   -Va.   -Vje.   uteeietie,  rlMi  ���������MMM  1MM THE CBE8T03I BBT5BW  WATER NOTIGE  DIVERSION AND USE  T  Take notice that Charles tiunaraer  Hill,   whose   address   is 1   McGregor  Street, Montreal, will apply for a license to take and use 1000 cubic feet  per second of water out of Goat River,  whioh flows southerly and drains into  Duck Juake about four miles south of  Sirdar,  B.C.   The water will be  diverted fi-oioa the stream at  a  point  about nine miles north of Kitchener  ��������� Townsite, and will be used for power  purposes upon the mine described as  the Hill Iron Claims, more particularly  described   in   Schedule  below.    This  notice was posted on the ground on  the 31st day of July, 1920.   A copy of  this notice and an application pursuant thereto and to the Water Act,  1914, will be filed in the office of the  Water Recorder at Nelson. B.C.   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.pf the first publication of this noticejjs ������ugnst 6,1920.  WATER NOTION  DIVERSION AND USE  Take notice that Charles Plummer  Hill,  whose  address   is  1   McWrejjor  Street, Montreal, will apply for a license to take and use 1000 cubic feet per  second of water out of Goat River,  which flows southerly and drains into  Duck Lake, about four miles south of  Sirdar, B.C,   The water will   be diverted from the stream at  a   point  about a quarter.of,.a>;mile upstream  from the C.P.R. bridge at  Canyon,  B.C., and will: be used for power purposes upon the mine described as the  Hill Iron   Claims, more particularly  described  in   Schedule  below.    This  notice was posted on the ground on  } the 2nd day of August; 1920,     A copy  of this notice and an application pursuant thereto and to the Water Act,  1914, will  be filed in the office of the  Water Recorder at Nelson, B.C.    Ob  The Right to Happiness  the  un-  the  The star chamber session of  Russian soviet'are relentlessly  veiled in "Right to Happiness,"  Universal photodrama of modern  Russia which comes Monday, Aug. 9,  to the Peekin Theatre.  The spectator sees the "comrades"  and cohorts of the two principal Russian agitators in the chamber of  deputies in Petrograd.  Silk hatted envoys arrive from Berlin. .They ieaye an issue of gold with  the money lusters and retire, confident  of the support of the Russian radical*3.  A girl skips lightly into the room,  leaps to the marble rostrom and in*  Grand Forks' citizens will pay taxes  this year on a basis of 30 mills��������� the  same rate as has been effective since  before the war.  - -V rt     s*4--T  rhe Keview leeis gooa already over  the fact that two Alberta export liquor houses are to open for business at  Revelstoke this month.  The Sullivan mine at Kimberley is  now shipping over 4200 tons weekly  of concentrates to the Trail smelter.  Almost all of it is zinc.  One Penticton auto firm claims to  have already sold 51 autos and eight  trucks, and have at least five carloads  more of them on the way.  In celebrating the 101st anniversary  of the founding of Oddfellowship 78  three linkers attended church at  Vernon, along with 48 Rebekahs.  Kaslo Kootenaian: Walter Hendricks has a real, live, piercing whistle  on his machine shop. If he would turn  it loose at 7 a.m. some of the business people in his neighborhood might  ���������grQVgjj before the day after.  Loyai Orange Lodge, No. 2095  Meets THIRD THURSDAY of  each n-.orith at Mercantile  Hall. Visiting brethren cordially invited.  ERIC OLSON, W.M.  lections to the application may be filed  -8aBaes the smouldering brains of the  ���������   C. P, HILL, Applicant.  By <*. A. M. YOUNG, Agent.  *0i   SCHEDULE.  Names of mineral claiifis included  in the Kill Iron Claims :  TCmerald Fraction,  Crown  Granted Mineral  Claim.  Morning Glory, Crown Granted Mineral Claim  Rattler  Rambler "  Agnes  Emerald  Emperor " "  Czar  Czar Fraction  Great Expectations Mineral Claim.  Jolly Boy  Tom Sawyer "  Ronghing It  Lorna Doone "  Kelvin Grove *'  Huckleberry Finn "  Agamemnon "  UrnniscuUrfciiy *���������  Endymion "  Trfeander "  Hellespont  Tristram Shandy "  Constellation "  Orion  Ardromeda "  Perseus "  Argo  All of which said Mineral Claims are  ���������situated on Iron Mountain, near Kitchener, B.C.  with the said Water Recorder or with  the Comptroller of Watpr 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 6, 1920.  C. P. HILL. Applicant.  By G. A. M, YOUNG, Agent.  SCHEDULE.  Names of mineral claims included  in the Hill Iron Claims :  Emerald  Fraction, Crown Granted Mineral  Claim.  Morning Glory, Crown Granted Mineral Claim.  Rattler  Rambler **' "  Agnes  Emerald  Emperor  Czar " "  Czar Fraction " "  Great jSxpectations Mineral Claim.  Jolly Boy "  Tom Sawyer "  Roughing It  Lorna Doone "  Kelvin Grove "  Hucklebeery Finn "  Agamemnon "  Ennisoourthy "  Endymion   " "  Leander "  HtjiiettpOiit *'  Tristram Shandy  Constellation "  Orion  Andromada "  Perseus "  Argo  Ail of which said Mineral Claims are  situated on Iron Mountain, near Kitchener, B.C.  "comrades?' by her creed of violence.  Then she leaves Petrograd for New  York as an envoy of destruction from  leaders of the radicals.  How she finds her sister living in  splendor in New York and how the  whole fury of her heart is directed  against her own father, who is known  to her oniy as a stone-hearted money  king, forms the theme of tbe unusual  film drrma.  Dorothy Phillips, star of "The Heart  of Humanity," rises to dramatic  heights in a dual role iv. her latest  starring vehicle, "The-Right to Happiness." She is sensationally tempestuous as Snnia the little comrade  of the reactionaries and fastidious and  self-centered as Viyian, her twin sister, daughter of the money lord.  The C.P.R.- is spending about  $100,000 on -i new roundhouse and  machine shop at Cranbrook. -The  roundhouse will accommodate sixteen  engines. At present the old one will  only take care of ten.  NOTICE  s=ss>������>    fir-    srftft'i'Fhl ���������%���������������������  |   NEWS OrKOOlEMTS  Choice business property at Penticton can now be had at $120 a foot  frontage. Ten years ago the price  was $200.  MIGHT WE SUGGEST  Lime Juice $ .65  Grape Juice 50  Grape Cider ; '. Z.......  1.25  Raspberry Vinegar        1.00  Lemonade Powder ZZt 20  Keinz Pickles, 45  Libby's Catsup .'.' ,...:������������������������������������ ;*3.  ,v45.  Libby's Olives ...^ i,. ..:���������: 140  Jelly Powders 17^  We specialize in Canned Meats.  Cantaloupe,  Watermelon,  Tomatoes  Cucumbers and all Green Vegetables  NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that  all persons holding Crown Lands or  Lots in Townsite subdivisions under  agreements for sale from whom the  purchase   money  on   such   lands   or  Townsite Lots  remaining  unpaid   is  oyerdue are required   to   make payment, within six months from the date  of this Notice, either of the full amount  due, together with interest thereon, if  any be due, or a substantial propor-  11 tion  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.  I G. R. NADEN.  Deputy Minister of Lands.  Department of Lands,  Victoria, B.C., April 1st, 1920.  REVISION OF  FliUVIMilAL i u i cna ~ lio  rvrrno!   I lOT  ... -  g  mi. ELECTORAL DISTRICT  NOTICE  J  A glance at our windows and a more thorough look  over our shelves will convince you that we carry the  best brands of PURE FOODS and GOOD GROCERIES. Come in and let us suggest something  different for to-morrow's dinner that will prove  appetizing to your family.  A.,  ��������� -Am-    JBL-m.*-.  GENERAL MERCHANT  JLLzJ .1 IJ JL^.  CRESTON  '      *      * " 'Si J - V ' I..-.--  Notice is herebv given that on Mori-  day, the 13th day of September, 1920.  ���������at 10 o'clock in the forenoon, at the  Provincial Court House, Kaslo, B.C.,  a sitting of the Court of Revision will  be held for the purpose of revising the  list of voters for the aboye-nauied  Electoral District, pursuant, to the provisions of the Provincial Elections Act.  And notice is further giyen that any  person claiming to be entitled to be  registered as a yoter in the above-  named Electoral District may apply  in person to have his name entered on  the list of voters for the said Electoral  District at the said sitting of the  Court of Revision, notwithstanding  the fact that his name has been omitted from the list of applicants for reg  istration, or that he has omitted to  apply for registration at the time or  in the manner t therwise provided by  the Provincial Elections Act.  The list of applicants for registration is now posted and may be inspected at the office of the. undersigned  Registrar of Voters.  RONALD HE WAT,  Registrar of Voters,  Kaslo Electoral District,  3rd August, 1020.  NOTICE IS HEREBY ������VfmW'~~~\\  in accordance with an Amendment to  the   "Townsite   Proportionate  Allotment Act" passed at the last session of  the Legislature any person holding an  agreement for sale from the Crown in  respect to the purchase at Auction of  Town or City lots or lands within the  site or suburb of a town, payment for  which has not been made in full, and  who wishes to obtain a proportionate  allotment of such land in consideration  of the monies already paid, must file  application in that respect on or before  the 1st day of  September,  1920,   on  which date the privilege of obtaining a  proportionate allotment will cease and  any person   in   arrears  of  payment  under an agreement for sale as aforesaid failing to   make   application   as  stipulated will thereafter be debarred  from taking advantage of such privilege, and will be subject to the fulfilment of the terms of the sale and the  proyisions of the "Land Act" govern  ing overdue purchase money, in connection with which special attention is  drawn to the notice appearing in the  current issue of this paper.  GEO. R. NADEN,  Deputy Minister of Lands.  Department of Lands,  Victoria. B.C., May 5th, 1N20.  DOING  &Ssi������  -.mm  or  ���������  I 5P3YBWJ(Ti IIP  M        m\ mf   m\ ~t U   >***( W*  /t0m0%mm.  ^JtW  We can  supply  Portland  Cement  Lime  Brick  Shingles  ���������     *% Trinl  -taJl<������������# ���������*-*���������**-**<���������***  Lumber  ell  e.-v/ne <)nil  ���������HI  <������r:ido.s.  !;p.nvnn  mv Lumber i,n\umm  LIMITED  li  *MH~Jmm  ,'ii'***--*M*a *'������������������������������������'���������''''^*i'^ii1t^  w  Sealed tenders addressed to the  undersigned, and endorsed "Tender  for Wharf at Rnnwoll, B.O.." will ho  received at this office until 12 o't-lcch  noon, Titc-day, Augurt 31, 1920, for  the construction of a Public Floating  Wharf afc Boswell, Kootenay Di&trict,  B.C.  Plans and forms of contract can hi>  seen and specifications and forms of  tender obtained nt this Department,  at the office of the District Engineer  at Nelson, and at the Post Ofllco, Boswell, B.C.  Tenilei-H will not bt* uout->u]<**rtul uiiK-.^h  mado on printed forms supplied by the  DepartiiK-tit, and iu accordance with  conditions contained therein.  Each tender uiUHfc he accompanied  by un .ecciitU������1 chi-qui- on a chartori'd  hank payable to the order of the Min-  isler of Public'Works, equal to 10 p.c.  of the amount of the tender. War  | Loan BoiuIh ol the Dominion will hImi  lli-. act:%'|ile.:u .e.*, ;,e.:t:ui n-j , eu \. ... >r,,u,i.,  and fiheqne If required to make up an  odd amount.  Nfi'ri:: VMtie pv'.ntn -"������������������n hi* ohinhu-rt  at this Department by depomtiug an  a<-*<-(tpti-d bank cheque*for the Mini of  $10, payable 1,0 i.in* oieii-r of i,hn Mi nihil: i* of Public Woi-kfi. which will be rr-  tniiie'il if the hiti-iulli)-*- hiildoi- niilaoit,  a regular bid.        By order.  II. (",. DEKROCIIRUH.  Secretary.  lV-;v.r(*rm-ut e.f I'uMie- WovV.*-  OtUwa. July::!), l"'Jt).  Is there any  Meat in the  House.?  This is tho first question that presents itself  to fche housewife if an  unexpected visitor drops  in for a meal. But why  worry'.  SHa.Tizrc'cJh. ffrprid  Hams and Bacon  Finest  Quality  Cooked Ham  Lunch Meat  Bologna, &c.  are alvvay-s to be iiau  he-re. In incut'; nothing  quite equals 'Shamrock'  pi-(xiiii;trti.  Duck Creek  Daylight Store  and  Ice Creamery  -*-.  Butterfield  nn  are now prepared   to  handle  wuSii  Tr-xp  A.v~>*JA  \~/MxjjJ:0.J.-tJL  X-,~Jlrx        1~X  eitauc   in  the    most    up-to date  HYGIENIC fashion.  and  fiain Ice Cream, Sundaes  and Sodas  -~f~n ~~trxiti*S,  r*~~r~,-,  Two Per Cent. Beer  Screened Verandah  and lots  of air for hot weather.  We ask our friends in Creston  and Sirdar to run in give "as  the once over.  SIS  Minimum price of first-class land  re-flused to $5 an acre; second-class to  $2.50 an acre.  Pre-emption now confined to surveyed'lands only.  Records will be -granted covering only  land suitable for agricultural purposes  and which is non-timber land.  Partnership pre-emptions abolished,  but parties of not more than four may  arrange    for    adjacent    pre-emptions  with joint residence, but each making  ' necessary improvements on respective  Fw-emptors must occupy claims for  'ttXxpQ    xmp*LP\x0ci    ^sjrxA     nneDVa     i**lT*!"OV'2IHS*ntS    XO  value "of $10 jper**ocre, 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 mado 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 ot  $300 per annum and records same each  year. Failure to make improvemento  or record same will operate as forfeiture. Title cannot be obtained in  less than 5 years, and improvements  of (10.00 per acre, including 5 acres  cleared and cultivated, and residence  of at least 2 years are required.  Pre-emptor holding Crown grant  may record another pre-emption, if he  requires land in conjunction with his  farm, without actual occupation, provided statutory improvements made  and residence maintained on Crown  granted land.  Unsurveyed areas, not exceeding 20  acres, may be leased as homesltes;  title to be obtained after fulfilling residential and Improvement conditions.  Por grating and industrial purposes  areas exceeding G40 acres may be  leased by one person or company.  Mill, factory or industrial sites on  timber land not exceeding 40 acres  may bo purchased; conditions include  payment of stumpage.  Natural hay meadows inaccessible  by existing roads may be purchased  conditional upon construction of a road  to them. Rebate of one-half of cost of  road, not exceeding half of purchase  price, Is mado.  PRE-EMPTORS'      FREE      GRANTS  e ACT*  The iM-ope of this Act la enlarged to  include all porsona joining and serving with His Majcsty'o Porcos. Tho  time within which the holrs or devisees  of a deceased pro-omptor may apply  for title under this Act Im extended  from for ono year from the death of  Buch person, as formerly, until one  your after ihu coaciut,lon oi the printout  war. This privilege is also muele retroactive. 9  No fecu relating to pre-emption*, are  duo or payable by soldiers on preemptions recorded after Juno 20, 1018.  Taxcii arc remitted  for five years.  Provision for return of monoyo accrued, due and been paid since August  4, 1014, on account of payments, fees  or taxen on Boldlors' pre-emptions.  Intereat on agreements to purchase  town or city lots held by members of  Allied Forces, or dependents, acquired  <-||r<v������t or Inellre'ff. r<imHt������������e1 from **n-  llstmont to March 81. VJ20.  &UO-PURCHABERn  OF  CROWN  LANDS,  Provision    made    for    Issuance    of  Crown  grnnto  to  Dub-purchasers    of  Crov.-r. I-���������*-'.-.<"i, {-.rcjutr!*-*.:; r'c'.it:; fra:v.  purchasers who failed to complete  purchase. Involving forfeiture, on fulfillment of conditions of purchoso, Intereat and tax-Mi. Where aub-purcuaa-  ������������o uo not claim v,ticlo of uilrgliiol  vxtrirtm   Alt���������    It v* di    t4.V44.0  vx.ttmr.Stm 0 *  po.1-  \x Yx f*ss\ m -\m.  Imtenr ttmSA   Xnttx  Ux\00 *mj$  px 0m 0m W   ������   ���������  & UU., uu.  II  be    dUtrlbutuu    proiK>rtle>nti.iuly  Applications  f/hole   ere-en.  maul* by Muy 1,  ���������PPM  ���������over  must   hr,  nn aj0**.idx  Orealng Act, 10lt>, for Ay-atematlo  efl*-r*U->pment of llventock tntfuntry pro-  ViaeM ior Kn-uunif ti-tuiicui uuu cun������ei  ���������BdmlnlatrriUoii under Commlnaioner.  jumuuel gnutinu; purjulti] tiu-eutxl baited  on niimbewi rnn-rcd: priority for piMtrih-  ll*hi\d ownem. Otock-owners may  form  Aait-oclfctlon**-  for ranne maniitf*-  ���������.,, ��������� ~ 4 V0~00      rxm   v\m���������*l0lltr    d~0i.  tor t^ltlMM,  L~ tin he**.-!  M.*..^. f ,.  ll^Veslle*.iu,   up  FimJirntSi   .-:������������������,���������������������������.. ..r.iim.^.M.Wr-M'Mre^  mtmi^Pmtllimmi^l^l^mt^^ WWWgriWwpeyrjpqrwr^rW-W*-*^^ ...yWH.rT-*"*!.,*...*-.*..^*,*,.* *������>,%._ ^ ^-"tya-. rwr^w^^ww^,^wwrfn ?rii~,~.~.,xr,i���������.0.4-1 *, ...ri    ^-,-w ix.   ?���������.-      .���������**'.  **S*ee**lel*0lie*j*ip!i$i8)fSt*'*f^*ll**Sl'?l^        *i*!f8li'e9iWe*^jV**-"*,el'1  p. ������<w~   T.**-y������     uttfmftf&tpua, tow ���������^KSB  CTT-SSTCN.     B.  3  Keeping Them on the Farm  At a convention held recently in  thc province of Quebec and attended  by a large number of the clergy,  farmers and officials of agricultural  societies it was decided to start a  general campaign to promote the love  of agriculture in rural districts and  discourage the exodus of the farming  classes to the cities.  The last annual rcrfl5rt of the Ontario Department of Municipal Affairs tells the same story that has  been recorded in that volume- for  some ycars past of a decline in rural  population and an extraordinary increase in the population of cities,  towns   and  villages.  Crop statistics for the three Western provinces of Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta for this year show  a marked decline in the number of  acres seeded as compared with last  year, while in one of these essentially  agricultural provinces, Manitoba, approximately one-third of the total  population is to bc found in the city  of  Winnipeg.  The condition of things thus disclosed is a terribly serious one for  Canada. For some years now it has  engaged the thought of public men  and students of economics, and those  interested in social problems; but, as  yet. no one appears to have discovered a solution of the problem whi?h,  however, must be solved in thc interests of all. It is a problem, the  solution of which must not be lert to  governmental bodies alone, but one  in which every individual citizen  must, in their own interests, take a  hand.  Many causes are alleged as being  responsible for this exodus from the  country to city. Some say it is the  loneliness, thc isolation of country  life, the lack of those conveniences  and comforts to be found in the cities, the distance from doctor, druggist, .dentist and nurse in times of  sickness and accident. Others allege  it is thc increasing difficulty in securing- competent farm help both for thc  field and the home, and the' consequent drudgery and hard work imposed on thc farmer, his wife and children, and which, in tlie case of thc  laltcr especially, induces them to  leave the* farm.    Still others say that  tainment which thc city supplies is  the trouble, thc farmer should interest his neighbors in making provision  for a community centre where these  drawbacks can be overcome.  We have said that farm life is a  more independent life. But many  growing boys and girls have not found  it so, because of the shortsightedness  of their parents. In the city, boys  and girls have opportunities of earning something for themselves. The  same opportunities should be provided  on thc farm. A city man does not  think of putting his son or daughter  in his office and expect them to work  for nothing but his own and the general family good. He pays them what  they are worth. On the farm the  same principle should be applied. If  thc young men and young women  cannot be paid in cash, they should  bc encouraged by the ownership of  some livestock, or the proceeds of a  certain bit of land. They, too,  should bc helped to independence.  United Farmer and Crain Grower  organizations, Homemakers' Clubs,  and other rural organizations havc a  wonderful opportunity before them  for promoting thc success of agriculture by earnestly striving to solve  the problem of the exodus from the  country to city. Serious study will  expose many of thc causes, and conscientious and intelligent effort can  hardly fail to remove most of them.  It will not do to sit idly by and  expect governmental bodies to provide a  rcmedv.  PERMANENTLY CURED  n*-  APS.B  Hamikoh   Guarantees  Prompt and Thorough Cure  Asks Co-Operation  Front the Far]  has   never  Minard's  Liniment  Relieves   Diphtheria.  Evidence  Mistress.���������Did you water the ferns  in thc drawing-room, Norah.  Maid.���������Yes, mum. Don't you hear  the water dripping on the carpet?  I can cure you.  I   have   a   remedy   that  failed in kidney disease.  My wonderful preparation is  known as Dr. Hamilton's Pills of  Mandrake  and  Butternut.  I guarantee Dr. Hamilton's Pills  will restore the worst case of kidney  suffering.  Pain in the back, sides and hips  w-ill be relieved.  Dizzy spells, headache and reeling  sensations  will be  quickly  remedied.  Distressing bladder complications,  frequent calls, brick dust and sediment I guarantee will entirely disappear under Dr.  Hamilton's Pills.  If your rundown and languid  condition can't be cured by Dr.  Hamilton's Pills., then you are hopeless.  In thousands of cases Dr. Hamilton's' Pills have restored health and  more; they have built up constitutions that defied further inroads of  kidney  disease.  Purely a vegetable remedy, free  from injurious minerals like mercury  and calomel, mild -enough for children to use, where can you find a  remedy in efficiency to approach Dr.  Hamilton's   Pills,  To be candid, you can't.  All dealers sell Dr. Hamilton's  Pills, in 3rellow boxes, 25c.  Lisfnite Briquette Board  real   cause   which   is  in   a  large  pan  rc.-pci:*-ib!e  for  these other con*  and economic pot-  l.i tiie u.i;:-a  Canada v.hich  designed to  l- and de-clop manufacturing  in  urban  cc\?.���������:���������:-  and which  er*.!.*e-)*.'.:-agi-*-:.*.-r.t of  covnmerc-  - k-ael to the  ..:in;il  I.'-.:  ��������� i    cr-vK'rJ  eel  *.IUt  ami large  owns while  * along unties   and   at  Makes Breathing Easy. .The constriction of the air passages and the  struggle for breath, too familiar evidence of asthmatic trouble, cannot  daunt Dr. J. D. Kellog's Asthma Remedy. This is thc famous remedy  which is known far and wide for its  complete effectiveness even under  very severe conditions. It is no untried, experimental preparation, but  one Avith many ycars of strong service  behind  it.  Believes Wheat Control is Advisable  C. B. Watts, secretary-treasurer of  thc Dominion Millers' Association,  thinks thc government's decision not  to have'the Avhcat board control the  prices this year, is not in thc best  interests  of  the  country.  "I don't think discontinuing control is the best thing when there is  government buying abroad," Mr.  Watts   said  in  an  interview.  ''Under these conditions I think wc  should continue government selling in  this   country."  Manitoba is to be Represented at A  Montreal Meeting  J. M. Leamy, representative of  Manitoba on thc Lignite Briquette  Board of Canada, will leave Winnipeg in  the  near  future   to   attend  a  meeting of the board to be held in  Montreal, it was announced yesterday. Mr. Leamy stated that satisfactory progress was being made in  the erection of the briquctting plant  at Bienfait, Sask., and that the board  expected that small quantities of the  finished product would be on the market this year. It is thought by thc  members of thc board, said Mr. Leamy, that some briquettes will be  available by September. The capacity  of thc factory is 100 tons per day so  that even if the factory is running full  capacity by September, the output  Avill not materially affect the local  coal situation. It Avas the intention,  he said, to distribute the first products of the factory as Avidely as possible in order that a general report  could be obtained as to the efficiency  of   the   fuel.���������Winnipeg   Free   Press.  Rural Phones and   Good   Roads   ii  Link up Farms With  The   Cities  That the rural districts of Saskat-  chewan can be assured of an adequate  telephone system if the population of  the rural districts are willing to cooperate with the government was a  statement made by Hon. W. F.  Knowles, minister of telephones for  the province of Saskatchewan, speaking at Henribourg.  "In telephone communication," said  Mr. KnoAvles, "the government is  anxious to work out the best policy  for the people as a Avhole." The minister appealed for the districts around  Prince Albert to get together and  co-operate with the department in  devising a system that would link up  the farms  with  the  cities.  Another important development of  the district Mr. Knowles mentioned  Avas the extensive construction of  government roads. These roads were  rapidly becoming completed and  Avould not only save thc farmers unlimited time and expense, but were  opening up neAV farming territory.  Many returned soldiers were now  settling  on   the  splendid farm  lands.  The Proper Place  He.���������I feel like proposing,  can we go?  She.���������Let's  try  the courtyard,  Where  $100   Reward,  $100  Catarrh is a local disease greatly influenced by constitutional conditions. It therefore requires constitutional treatment  HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE is taken  internally and acts through the Blood on the  Mucous Surfaces of the System. HALL'S  CATARRH MEDICINE destroys the foundation of the disease, gives the patient  6tren<rth by improving thc general health and  assists nature in dcinff its work. -$100.00 for  any case of Catarrh that HALL'S CATARHH  MEDICINE fails to cure.  Druggists  75c.     Testimonials  free.  F.  J.  Cheney  & Co., Props.,  Toledo,  O.  Must Pay Royalties on Pelts in B.C.  Regulations have just been issued  by the government providing for the  payment of royalties by fur traders on  pelts and skins of fur-bearing animals.  The amount varies from SO cents on  each bear to ten dollars on silver fox.  The figure is based on five pcrcentum  of the commercial value. A fee of  $25 will be charged to fur traders for  permits to buy furs at wholesale  from licensed fur traders or at sales  of furs at public auction.  RED HOT JULY DAYS  HARD ON THE BABY  In  LuiT!TI  Suit!  rl..! I  rkct*  of   the  ������������������ SHORT OF BREATH  Could Hardly Walk  living  ration  c. 1 o <���������; e *  ���������rk, arid  ���������.-'.:>��������� lite  ho   l'-'tig  ������������������**.-������������������>���������  ii'**  V. O V IT-  :''*!    111 Of 0  y d ���������������-!!-  .   n   ha**,-  ��������� ���������'    o: rr.  ,r���������!      ���������*.���������.".!  Without Resting.  Winn you go to a physician to bc  e-\;i!'iine*d for any he-art trouble one  nf I'm.* lirst questions he. asks is: "Are  ym:   short   of breath?"  Now, whe.-n the heart becomes affected there ensues a feeling of  a choking sensation, a shortness of  breath, palpitation, throbbing, irregular br"at'iiig, smothering sensation,  'lizzini  ��������� 'JThc worms that infest children  from thcir birth arc of two kinds.  Thosc that find lodgment in thc  stomach and thosc that arc found in  the intestines. The latter are the  most destructive, as thcy cling to the  walls of the intestines and if not interfered with work havoc there. Miller's Worm Powders dislodge both  kinds and while expelling them from  the system serve to repair lhc damage  thev have  caused.  Commutation of Pensions is Now  Being Taken Up  Commutation of pensions, or payment to pensioners of lump sums in  fin������l settlement o f- th-^ir tension  claims, as provided for by amendments to the Pensions act adopted  by parliament is a matter that is now  engaging the attention of the board  of pension cotmnissioners. These  amendments, which were recommended by the special parliamentary committee on pensions provide that members of the forces disabled to an extent between five and fourteen percent, may elect to adopt a final payment in lieu of thc small pensions  to -which they are entitled and are  run as low as two and a half dollars  a month for an unmarried private  with a disability of from five to nine  percent.  July ��������� The month of oppressive  heat; red hot days and sweltering  nights; is extremely hard on little  ones.    Diarrhoea, dysentry, colic and  ~-%x p* ��������� Pt ~ps      1 m- ������*-> m% +i*i trxm       r- **-*���������-. f- *���������'* r     px,*-\Y     4* \x /*-X. C -. xx *\ ft  UlVl-vl  Cm       M.4.XX tr.X4.  \.%-XXXm        Vj.tA.lL   * J ���������LxPX-mx m,~.X0~t ~-0xP-XXXXmtXr  of precious little lives every summer.  The mother must be constantly on  her guard to prevent these troubles  or if they come on suddenly to fight  them. No other medicine is of such  aid to mothers during the hot summer  as is BaBy's Own Tablets. They regulate the bowels and stomach, and  an occasional dose given to the well  child will prevent summer complaint,  or if the trouble does come on suddenly, will banish it. The Tablets  are sold by.medine dealers or by mail  at 25 cents a box from The Dr.  Williams Medicine Co., Brockville,  Ont.  ���������'������������������.IM-  ii.*! V.  On  eomi*  <���������' *;   and     a     weak,   sinking,  all-  i'e e-liiig  of  oppression   and  aiuc-  ,r  (',..<!  tlie"   firs I   sign   of  the  heart  be-  t.';   we .ikcurd   or   the-   nerves   im-  r   \1 illume':;   Henri     and     Nerve  i.e* jn'-.t  the- remeely you  rcrpiirr.  i e;*i;l,i ie*     anel      s t in I li hi 11:     the  aii'l  '",11*' nj'.ilten  anel  restore  the  "������������������:���������*.'������������������    '-y. teiil.  .'������������������'���������|.h.*n   (iroiise*,   Knst   Clifford,  ',;���������'. ':'������������������������������������:     "I    suffered      for     five  v. it ii he-iri trouble-. I i"ould  ,*    ������������������.ill-    from    I Ik-   Iiou'-w    to   t 1k-  -.-   '!;���������-.���������;'    i*   ,1 ing   ah    I    used    to  There is A. Perfect 'grocery company in Ft. Wayne, Ind., with A.  Perfect president; T. Perfect vice-  president and A. Perfect sccrctary-  tr<*asurcr.  Minard's Liniment Relieves  Colds,  Etc.  Western Butter for Chicago  o|  (rf       h re.it li .        I >oe tiers  no* ,    M y   wif>*   te>ld   nie  f  Mill,in u' ;   1 lean  and  nel    I    te It    be tier   after  it  Will Watch Wheat Market  Thc Toronto Globe says editorially  "It remains to bc seen what effect  on prices here will follow thc decision of thc Canadian government that  the present wheat board will not  function so far as this year's wheat  crop is concerned, though that right  may be exercised under certain circumstances. The reversion to the  pre-war conditions of marketing and  dealing will be -watched with considerable  interest."  Children Gain Weight on Milk Diet  Wonderful results are recorded-at  the school medical office at Vancouver from thc experiment of giving  milk to children suffering from malnutrition. Individual gains of from  one and a quarter to two and one-  half pounds in weight are shown.  Members of the school medical  staff express confidence that at the  close of the present school term a  very remarkable improvement will be  noted.  t!,r<-e-  h'oce*'*, maeli* me  r-." lie*]j,iii (���������* iii \- ';om  *ii:<!   ' .in   11 utlil'tilly  e'llle*  llll  111 ,'e 11  ,/.    a  all  ele ale I  r  ��������� ,.     |i. e,  ���������;   or  lij^pxm  wm *m i*- ������������������ ���������  mttmt   ������mmI Imd    mm         W-wi           **m   mJ  f-.mt       *���������*���������������*-*    tr~t-t        r.*t~m                immt ���������,-*            -Me-lft.                       1    t  W    let B^^W^ '"������������������'1v  \-_\       'ttii iiii will iiiaiitrfM -xmtp    !','j,';,',  t    -I'l .'���������  ?'.- ''  I'l.      l\  i '*',iiie '*  !>.. i *... *. .   '   W.;,'.*,.'           '   n  llll"        ,1 II ' -1  *l        , .1   1 ��������� , I > , '.         ,r      , , ���������    ", r             ..   ���������     -         -  rtr:ili*i*i,   ������,r   lv!in,*.M**''i',    If *'*���������������������������'  ���������'���������  ' "  *J 1   | ,,!,! . ,          '   11,1 ��������� ll'*.    I'.'' '    fl'    *   if    v ���������   ' *    :   "  ,    1.11.,'lK*.  ��������� i' !   i'    '  (i������Iirr etfirY r-in*ii,*(r> .-,     s, .ni,|r ,', i' * /  i'  ....  : i /   i i' i 111  ',.   J      !    .      I '  III   '   *l  <, i i! i t  i ��������� f 111 f-  ���������I   ll.  ih.  Shipping  Large  Quantities of  Butter  To   the   United  States  Onc of the large wholesale houses  of this city, says thc Moose Jaw  Times, is developing a new market  for dairy butter manufactured in tl\e  province, it has been learned from  authentic .".ourcc:.-*:. Thin acv; oulh:C l~  the Chicago market, and a number of  carloads havc heen shipped and sold  on thc other side of thc line by this  fiiii-.. 'fill:: trU'.'L.:: of blimine.'���������.*.; catci'f.  to the farmrrfj living in districts at  .'.e-inif distance from creameries, where  theu;. L, no iii.ulict utlici than locd  ,.-..,.,  ,.)iu   *. ..i,.|,(..*.,  J'l enhle'e l :.    leceive"       Wce'kly       (JllOta-  tietnri from the wholesaler, and good  I-iiee-i are bei-itf paid for the product  thr <umtnt inn lri*:-} *���������>'(������������������*-��������� 1/* >���������,���������*������ I tire H?  eeniii. (ailei.ul i.hipuients are made  f i nm M'������i':*> Jaw in boxes an<1 e*nti-  taini-r*;   of   all   u'lzou   unA   lihupcn   Jtlst  -,<        it      , tt      l   \\H1V\0A      Ir.      (rr.0rx      ������S, m-     r,���������r,r*ttr  rr.        Th*;   huttv.t   lu   re-manufactured  V. line    It    I e ,.| lif*',    t    nn aero.  Ostriches   arc   raised   with   success  in  several  parts  of California.  Professor Macoun Dies at Vi-ctoria  Professor John Macoun, naturalist,  botanist and explorer, died recently  at Sidney, Vancouver Island, aged 89.  From 1866 to 1879 he was professor  or botany and he explored Western  Canada for thc government. He vra������  a Fellc-w of the Unnean Society and  original Fellow of thc Royal Society  of Canada. W. T. Macotm, of th������  experimental station, Ottawa, fo A  son.  00mt0i0m  lll.,lll  Cut Down the Sugar Bill  by eating a cereal that eontnins ft*  own sugar self-developed from  ���������grain in making���������  '"'    i Um" ~~J^   nr* >mm-~*f>m0tri'    >y^ *l-*'ri*j'-> hi*fr \5 lljCr^tWH   ^^gk ^MM^  As a brealdtast or luncheon ce^al with croaiu  or milk; or sprinkled over fresh fruit or barrlw*  te economical.  Buy from your *rH*-oc<*r���������  im ..*.-.-.i!,ii-;,1,-i*.^i\\i1;i;-.;!..;>.tu!-,',i*,nu*.;ni;i^:i;:i;;:( .u-;\*;'i*v>'-'*:-.-::-^-:'iA":.. :;^-.{:^^:-V_.:::j^.^���������:..J.-A^..vur:^.-:'���������: Tr  ,M.i4,..,������r������-n..e .n, t*-i.t&mtt.-*mmmdftrmmivv^rimwmgx  -. .    , ..,..,. ,      .- -     l. -'    .���������������    "rr ���������-*,   l���������H^* .-r^.,lMlvr.*r������|tri,.Wr|   ���������, ..0.10. mit"-*  Xmfaj&WtlSmlmmGilmmmm.^  ,.^.1-**-*****:., ,.-....;^:~..:..,ir>..-..'--..A.-...-jj.i.,.fa.iri r *������t- \;  It-' \\T  CRERTOX  B.  tKOSS,jPtmaJjj/iM!^0  ecwre Best Prices for Wheat  CALLS IT  A ROBBER  WAR  Lenine    Blames     Britain   and   The  Blames     Britain   and  League of Nations  For Trouble  London.��������� Refusal of the Russian  Soviet government to cease war against Poland at thc behest of Great  Britain is contained in a Moscow  wireless despatch. The refusal also  constitutes an appeal to the workers  and peasants of Soviet Russia and  the Ukraine. It is signed by Premier  Lenine, minister of war, Trotsky, the  foreign minister, Tchitcherin and  Kurski, commissioners of justice and  says:  "The British government addressed  a proposal to us, July 11, to cease  war against Poland and begin peace  negotiations with Poland and other  border states, promising that the Polish troops would be withdrawn and  in case of an armistice being signed  will locate a frontier marked last  year at the peace conference .  "In the same note it was proposed  that General Wrangel and his Crimean shelter should not be touched.  To all this we, the council of peoples'  commissaries, arrived at refusal. If  England had desired this they would  have stopped supplying Poland with  munitions   and   money.  "Lord Curzon, the British foreign  secretary, places it upon the League  of Nations, in whose name he is making the proposal, but Poland enters  into the composition of this league���������  Poland, who commenced a robber war  against us.  "All the members of the league, especially   France,    England   and   the  United   States  are   bound    hand    in  hand in this provocatory war of Poland against Russia and the Ukraine.  "Our   refusal   of   hostile   mediation  does not mean that we have altered  our policy towards Poland.     Moscow  more  than  once has proposed .peace  to Warsaw, and if she will now appeal to us directly, peaceful relations  will   be   established   between   Russia  and Poland, sooner, better and more  substantially in this way."  The communication says the real  frontiers which the Soviet government will establish with representatives of the Polish people will be  east of the frontier marked out by  "thc Imperialists in London and  Paris, who are equally inimical and  hostile to thc workers of Poland and  Russia.'  Thc communication declares: "Desires to receive an honest peace and  an honest frontier and find in the  person of Russia a brotherly neighbor, it is necessary that the Polish  people should seek it."  Don't Rush to   Sell,    Says    Toronto  World to Farmers  Tb'ronto. ������������������ "There need be no  great hurry to rush to sell under the  prevailing conditions," is the advice  of the Toronto WTorld to Canadian  farmers in regard to their wheat.  "For the next three weeks," says the  World, "the bulls and bears will be  sending out contradictory reports of  the yield, of blights, or rust, of the  grain unripened, perhaps frozen  wheat. In spite of all this the indications are of a big yield and high  prices.  "And the farmers of Canada have  better5 transportation in the way of  railways,*train equipment and a merchant marine, the best wc ever had,  than havc thc farmers of the states.  We can sell and deliver wheat to  them better than they can compete  with   us   in   Europe."  PROSECUTIONS  SIMPLIFIED  collate  London.���������The Sinn Feinn and the  British government are prepared to  discuss if they are not already discussing a basis of probable settlement  of thc Irish question, according to a  statement recorded by the Daily  Mail's Dublin correspondent.  The alarming increase of violence  in Ireland, the correspondent says, is  frightening the responsible leaders of  the Irish Republican party, many of  whom appear to be inclined to listen  to any generous offer from Downing  street, but it is understood the home  rule bill, now being considered by  parliament, must first be shelved before the leaders will enter into negotiations.  Russell to Remain in Durance  No Clemency    to    Winnipeg    Strike  Leader  in Immediate  Future  Ottawa.���������A formal application for  clemency, it is stated, has not yet  been made in the case of R. B. Russell, chief of the Winnipeg strike  leaders, who appealed without success to the Imperial privy council  against his sentence of two years' imprisonment. While no official announcement has been made, it is not  considered likely that there will be an  exercise of clemency in the immediate  future.  Wilful Defaulters of Federal Tax May  Find a Rude Awakening  Ottawa. ��������� Revenue from income  taxation this year is expected to total $40,000,000. While this is not in  excess of last year, it is attributable  to thc fact that thc measure of excess  profits is not nearly as large now as  was the case in 1919 when the collections were based on the last year  of the war.  An amendment made to the act this  year simplifies the prosecution of defaulters and it was announced today  that there wiii be extensive prosecutions of delinquents, failure to make  a return and the subsequent registration of a notice to the party is sufficient proof under the new act to  secure   conviction.  Winnipeg.��������� A special despatch to  the Free Press from its Ottawa correspondent reads:  Wilful   defaulters   from   federal   income taxation may find a rude awakening  from   the   slumber   of  security  into  which  a  recent  lull  in  prosecution has rocked them.    Even now the  office of commissioner of taxation is  preparing a long list of the prescribed  and police court proceedings throughout the Dominion will be varied during thc coming weeks by prosecutions  against other than ordinary offenders  against the law. In thc past prosecutions   have  been   fraught  with   some  difficulty     and     expenses,     witnesses  were required. Under the amendments  to  the.  act passed  last session, however, a registered letter is sent to the  defaulter notifying  him to make his  return     If he fails  to do so an affidavit is made out to the  effect that  the return has not been made.    The  fact of registration coupled with the  affidavit   is   all   that   is  required   for  prosecution and witnesses are not required.    The chief reason for the lull  in   prosecutions   recently   is   the  fact  that the department has been awaiting the facilitation mentioned.    Now  it can and will  go ahead.    The person   found   guilty   is   subject   to   two  penalties.     Th   the   first   place   delay  beyond   the   prescribed   time   in  putting in returns subjects him to an additional  impost of 24 percent  of his  assessment.    In  the second place he  is subject to the penalty imposed for  wilful   default.  Britain Leads in Shipping  j Total Tonnage Exceeds the Amount  , Under  Construction in  United States  London.���������Total tonnage now building in the United Kingdom exceeds  the amount under construction in the-  United States by 1,672,000 tons, according to returns published by  Lloyd's Register of Shipping. The  aggregate amount now under construction in Great Britain is 3,578,000  tons, the highest amount ever recorded.  Much comment has been aroused in  shipping circles this year by the figures, says the London Times But, it  adds, the failure of the United States  to maintain its lead in ship building  was expected since the intensive construction    there    was    chiefly a war  hew mmm  -W%x9-~.m~-%^X.  Jn.iv J-LxjXirxi.^i       jXXL, jTjr-x������L.i3������L.Jv i. A L j. V Hi  measure.  liil  Decision  Settles Matter  Remaining Strike Leaders Will Call  Off Appeals Now  Winnipeg. ��������� The decision of the  privy council in Russell's case will be  accepted as disposing of contemplated appeals on behalf of the other  convicted Winnipeg labor leaders, it  was intimated by James Law, secretary of the defence committee. Mr.  Law said he had no word as yet from  Mr. Trueman or from his London  agents, but accepting the press report  on the case as accurate, he intimated  that there would seem to be no advantage in entering further appeals,  which would of necessity have to be  argued along lines similar to the Russell   appeal.  Some   Difficulty  May   be   Found   In  Filling the Position Now  Occupied by Perley  Winnipeg.��������� A special despatch to  the Free Press from its Ottawa correspondent reads:  No confirmation of the report that  the. status of Canada's federal representative in London is to be changed  and that Sir George Perley is to be  replaced by a resident minister, can  be secured here for the reason that  the premier is in Montreal, and there  is nobody left behind who will take  lUO^J  ^������������������,.;*k:i:**..  rx-  uuttjiuiii l_v     yjx  vxAixittxt.tyJiL    yjx    LL*.-  Germany to Remain Neutral  Berlin.���������An official statement was  issued declaring Gemany's complete  neutrality in the situation arising  from the hostilities between Russia  and Poland. The statement was  signed by president Ebert and Minister Simons.  nial.  The rumor is by no means new, in  fact it has been current ever since Sir  George Perley made it known over  a year ago that he desired to retire  from the high commissionership and  return to his business in Canada.  The position appears to be about  as hard to fill as that of Canadian representative at Washington. It differs  from the latter in an important respect. It is essentially a trade position, which the other is diplomatic.  The man upon whom the choice falls  for the Washington position may find  himself at any time in full charge of  the British embassy.  Sir George Foster's name has been  mentioned many times for the London position, but Sir George is not  a young man any longer, neither is  he a man of very considerable means,  and youth and means are both re-  quireel to grace the position. For the  Washington position, Sir Robert Borden, Hon N. W. Rowell, Mr Lloyd  Harris,'and Mr C. A. McGrath have  all been mentioned in authoritative  circles here It is believed that the  two first may be eliminated from thc  speculation entirely, though it is realized that Mr. Rowell in particular is  eminently .fitted for the position.  "* T  of ihe Provinces  Demonstration for  Prince of Wales  Dramatic Scenes Enacted at Adelaide  On Departure for Tasmania  Sydney, Australia.���������The Prince of  Wales has sailed for Tasmania. Extraordinary scenes of enthusiasm occurred when he departed from Adelaide. On Saturday thc prince rode  horses in several races at that city.  Hc won the fivc-furlong sprint in the  ���������time ot one minute and eight -seconds.  Of all thc demonstrations that have  occurred in Australia, none jvas more  dramatic than that when thc prince  addressed 0,000 women war workers,  lie asked them to treat him as a  comrade, thc same as the diggers  have clone.  As His  Royal  Highness  hall    hc    passed    through  weeping,   flag-waving   rows  en.  To Raise U.S. Railway Rates  Interstate Commerce Commission to  Be Asked for Substantial  Increase  Washington.���������Freight and passenger transportation in thc United  States are to bear a substantial portion of the rale to be asked by thc  railroads of thc interstate commerce  commission to offset thc $600,000,000  added expense caused by the labor  board's wage award, it was anounced  by A. II. Thorn, general counsel for  thc association of railway executives.  Will Secure Grave Photos  Ottawa.���������Emphatic denial is given  to a statement appearing that no  more photographs of soldiers' graves  would be supplied to relatives owing  to a shortage of funds At the militia  department it was explained that a  Canadian photographic staff is still  maintained overseas.  Every Canadian grave in France  and Belgium is to bc photographed  and copies of tho. photograph in each  case will be sent automatically to the  next of kin through military headquarters at Ottawa.  MANITOBA  Winnipeg.��������� The settlers' fund for  the purpose of populating arable land  in Canada has received contributions  totalling $900,000 to date, Mayor N.  A. Brown, Medicine Hat, reported to  the executives of the Western Canada  Colonization association at a meeting  here.  MORE   PRODUCTION   NEEDED  left the  cheering,  of   wom-  CoBt   ot  Living  in England  London.  ������������������ The  minister of labor  ���������statistics show an increase in thc cost  of  living  in   the  British  Isles  of  152  ���������percent above thc level of  1914.  n���������  ������  \r ���������������' I JV  La-lien Have Hair Clipped  London.��������� According to thc Cork  correspondent or ine I-onuoa ...-?.;:,  two git-If, who, it in sniel, IcYpt rnm-  p.my with roMier-, lvrr- surrounded  1>V  four men, who  clipped  their  hair.  Brandon. ��������� James Boden of La-  combe, Alta., was awarded grand  champion and junior champion in the  Ayrshire classes at the provincial exhibition here.  Winnipeg.���������Six carloas of the 1920  wool crop havc already been shipped  from the provinces of Manitoba and  Saskatchewan. Three cars were shipped from Rcgina and three from  points in Manitoba. The total weight  of these shipments was about 150,000  pounds.  Plates running up to 27,000 arc now  being issued at the Victoria licensing  office and Vancouver is working on a  series  culminating with 30,000.  Victoria. ��������� According to a statement of the department of agriculture  tlie acreage in the province devoted  to potatoes will be 17,500 acres this  year as against 18,000 acres last year.  There is an increase in grain acreage,  the estimates showing 46.S00 acres  sown to wheat, an increase of about  4,000 acres, 47,000 acres of oats as  against 25,000 in 1919, and 145,000  acres of hay, clover and alfalfa, an \r\-  crcase of 5,000 acres.  SASKATCHEWAN  Rcgina.���������Thc largest farm deal of  thc year in this area was transacted  during thc week, whfen a section and  a quarter of land of the Corrigan estate south of Pcnse was sold for  $100 per acre including thc crop. The  total  purchase  price was $112,000  Vancouver.��������� The total volume of  British Columbia fruits sold in bulk  to canneries, etc., in 1919, was equal  to 2,668 carloads, being an increase of  1,300 carloads over 1918  ALBERTA  b*     Ira-  Xin-���������..... .  \. .  <A/~     A    Ur-^; r'.A>}  WZaW"  <������zf' -"���������  pri'  ^j  Saskatoon.���������Discovery of a black  substance thought to bc of a coal  or oil base has been made on the  river bank throe miles away. Samples have Le-ejii -ciA to Winnipeg and  several claims filed. The substance  burns with a red ilame and develops  considerable heat.  Rcgina.���������To boost thc standard of  production in livestock and keep thc  fanner in touch with the. cxpciiu'.cu-  laiist, batiiuitcii.ovr.m ������.gi ���������xui'.'.w.it ~l>-  cietics an* planning to ������������������pend ������5.00,000  llii.s year. The pne-icti'**-* now have a  membership of 20,000.  Edmonton.���������Another expedition to  look for the bones of great prehistoric reptiles in thc Red Deer Valley  of Alberta has arrived under direction  of Dr. W. A. Fiirks, of P.- Unn >. ;'���������*>-  ity of Toronto. Many societies havc  undertaken excavations iu this region  In past summers, and sonic perfect  specimens of thc kditosaurus and in-  curvimanus uncovered and taken  away.  Edmonton.��������� Twenty milli'in  feet of gas every 24 hour*, irom  San Joaquin well in the Peace* 1>  is thc report brought de.wn iro-.v  north to this ciiy. Telegraphic  vices state that the llow is ke*.  up with undimin.sh.eel force and  ume.     It  is   now   being   capped.  I  ,1-:ii;.. rr      nr,Cfie!n>)1       rmitillUe'el  ! where; in a further search  for oil  runic  i the  I'ivev  *'. the  .i :ul-  .���������������������������:u."T  V(.l-  aud  ���������lst-  M-UTISI-I COLUMBIA  '"���������'i.illini' an I nelui.t i*i:il  Elopement  I  Victoria.���������There  are  '.,...        r- r. .i I-', t\ i- .--, 1 \| >r        f||,v  111  now  *,���������   -true  opcr-  Calg  arv  ,���������  Wool  V-  "  hi  . i.tli  :  e lo  r.i  arcel  to  be  good  by  e  .fti  r i  .ils  ei  l  th.:  C  mad:  ,.n  i i  -1   ' jll*.  ii.  ���������  "������    v  . 1  i  '���������'���������  cr  s' As  .s o c  -,'tA:  oil v. no i  .. ���������  t  , 1  1 J 1 l-  t ���������  .��������� t  cr  par  t   of   t  if    We  hie*  i >  t  ii  '���������  I  ���������*.   i     ���������  a i  ,*.   i.:.  ;,eo  i ������,i  to   r*  'VI  fr  .'������1  i  (:���������'  n  te>  autenneihile*  in  Ihiti-.h     Columbia,   twenty-fivr   cents  pot   ] nun.*.  ttttmmmsmmmm  **���������#���������** ���������f-i***''-**''*^^ t.4^:mmii*yiK^MiM,iiMw*0i*mmtm tmmtmt*  i**;Mi**i*������&ii*iA������ .iMAm4  ������ *mmi<imiiam������timm^ jm/i&MtamtM  tWr-WWWWr**^^  ������,>"������r~r���������������.r������,������������i<������>*>������������u������<������tt������MI������������^  %ai:iti~%Lz.M&ti>jM--  X*X0������������li<Lt0mi4imii.mittitmtm1n0mmnr0iiHi.m  "���������P*-*1*-''--'!*^ THE  CRESTCK  BEVIEW  Local and Personal  Fob   Sale���������Light  Pochin. Canyon.  democrat,   $50.  Pigs For Sale���������9  weeks  old, $10  each.   John Miller, Creston.  Wanted���������Set   democrat   harness?  ���������second hand.   Enquire Review Office.  Fob. Sale���������Set single harness,  i.e.~~J~  -4.kxx.x~x  but twice, $25.  ton.  Mawson Bros., Cres'*  For Sale���������Baby's reed bassinette,  good as new, also baby cutter. Enquire Review Office.  Milch.Cows For Sale���������Six registered thoroughbred Holstein cows.  Good milkers, for sale. Enquire C. O.  Rodgers, Creston.  Ice Cold Drinks  T-  Mrs. Loveday will not receive dur-.  ing the month of August.  For Sale���������6 cockerels ready for  broiling, also 6 pullets and 12 hens.  Mrs. W. G. Birney, Erickson.  Mrs. C. B. Garland left on Saturday  for Vancouver, where she will spend  the month of August at the old home.  Father Desmarais will be here on  Sunday, Aug. 8th, for the ��������� usual  services in Holy Cross Church, Creston.  While Manager Bennett is away on  his month's vacation Accountant  Macdonald is in charge at tne Bank of  Commerce.  Mrs. F. H. Jackson is a Vancouyer  visitor at present and will spend the  next four weeks with friends in the  terininal city.  Estray���������$5 reward for delivery at  my ranch of one white pony, branded  A in part circle on right shoulder.  W, G. Birney, Erickson.  /���������-  Cigars  come to the  xohanse  part  For the next 30 days we  will sell all CHOCOLATE  BARS at FIVE CENTS.  All Tobaccos, Candy, Drinks  served in a sanitary way,  A. E. FRENCH  Manager  NOTICE RE GRAZING  Notice is hereby given that by Special Rule approved by the Minister of  Lands, July 7, 1920, the Association  will establish grazing periods each  year for the Crown Lands known as  the "Flats,"  The said period or periods will coyer  lands from which hay is actually cut  and lands upon which domestic or  range stock are pastured.   .  All persons who desire to use tbe  Flats during the established period or  periods must apply to the Association  for permissiou. Applications, will bee  endorsed by the Advisory Board ~*8 to  the qualification of tbe applicant,- tbe  number of stock to be grazed, and tbe  portion of the Flats to be used, and  will be approved by the District Forester at Cranbrook who will issue permits in accordance with the Grazing  Regulations.  All persons not complying with  range regulations are liable to forfeit  their right to range and hay land use,  if any.  CRESTON VALLEY STOCKBREEDERS ASSOCIATION.  k-f    _Tnl\7.    TVfnnR  - ��������� .,     ��������� - j    ��������� m- T 0~  medal between Creston and Browell's  corner, Canyon City.    Reward to par  ty leaving same at Review Office.  A. Patterson, who has been on the  C.P.R. depot staff here since early in  June has been transferred to Michel,  and left for his new location last week.  The weather was even too sultry for  the dance in Mercantile Hall last Friday night, which attracted the slimest  crowd sueh an event has eyer had in  Creston.  Live Fowl Wanted���������Young chickens in unlimited quantities. Highest  price paid for No. 1 stock. Address  all shipments: W. Barraclough,  Fernie, B.C.  Miss Phyllis Lyne, who has been at  the state college at Corvallis, Oregon,  for almost the past yeaa, is home for  the usual summer vacation with her  parents here.  Mrs. and Miss Zeiia Conn, who haye  been guests of Mrs. Oatway for the  past month, left on Thursday for  Vernon, where they will spend the  next few months.  C Bt Garland was a business visitor  at Nelson a couple of days the fore  part of the week. Fred Smith was  also a week-end visitor at Nelson,  returning on Tuesday.  Misses Louise and Evelyn Bevan are  visiting with Nelson friends this week.  Miss Muriel Oatway who has been  holidaying in the same city, returned  the latter part of the week.  Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Bennett got  away on Sunday on a month's holiday  which they will spend on a motor  camping trip at points in the Columbia valley as far north as Golden.  Mrs. Jos. Heath of Invermere is  spending   a   few   days   with   Valley  friends. She came down with Miss  Alice Heath, who is again back at  work at the Bank of Commerce after  a two weeks* vacation.  Tho Stockbreeders* Association have  received in the neighborhood of 200  applications for haying privileges on  the flats this year,Z. About 35 of these  are from Lister, where there is now  upward of 100 head of stock.  Wycliffe had no trouble disposing  of Crestpn at baseball on Sunday  afternoon, the score being 14-10 in  their favor. The Creston team, while  beaten, certainly played the best ball  they haye displayed so far this year.  Robt. Stark was a business visitor  at Nelson a couple of days last week,  and while.in that city interviewed  Engineer Biker re the irrigation surveys of the Valley, a report on which  should be ayailable at any time now.  Motorists are reminded that the  regulations regarding the new lights  on ears will be rigidly enforced commencing August "IfitK        SliwHtl-o trvnow  eighty owners in the Valley will haye  to re-equip their cars with the new  lens.  nam  A   TRIBUTE   FROM  GHAUTAUQjUA  n~mnm  WILLIS PIANOS, LTD.  Nelson, B.C., July 1st, 1920  Gentlemen,���������The Willis Piano you are supplying for use at  the NeL-l.se.rn Chautauqua in a magnificent instrument with a beautiful sympathetic tone.  Tt wap a fjrreat .'u-u-ufitai-ce to our work and we only hope it  will \i(; our good fortune to find such pianos at other Chautauqua  point a. Sincerely yours,  ESTHER JEAN OGDEN,  with "Tho Old Fashioned Girls,"  Ellison White Chautauqua.  WILLIS PIANOS, Ltd.  304 Baker St., Nelson  t-f-'t  ~rrt.  ^Akmjm^ S **-*?  iVB^a.va     -x*m ���������SUM*.*?  SViORE SV1BLES PER GALLON  A product,  that will   replace, what  tin*  low gravity gasoline  universally supplied i o 1 iy lacks.     Put. up in tablet  form; koIuI-Io in  ^ifc-xiliii.*,      Ij-Ji'i ���������*..;**���������.,     e!i**:t,il!.*������t-.*,      .,V     '.nl-rAlifi.     i,.      I..UW'*. C'Ult.iJrin.'-i  (J| , , ,,. :i   i.i   ..  ,      -*.,,.'...       ..-.,,      ��������� . . i ii'.       .,('..,     hiv.uf;       I r.   I. i ;       j,   / w '   i ,     . i j ,<  e.u,  '"������������������'���������,  ���������*' "'��������������������������� "���������' ���������' '-���������   "'"''  \Z'j;\'.i;i   I*. '1  \r> iit.i v-i-ly pi <-'.���������������������������.it/i e*:-.rl-(-i*.  SOU) OS APPROVAL.  perl  ���������**.*, '-'ii;*'/i ���������:;',:<,:���������, 'pj.  CLAKANTEKI).  We have in atoch the IIOLOPHANE NON-GLARE LENS  which meets all the rtiauiremerttM af the new Motor law  *\ &~r*m%  r^^���������*',   i~~m^   frm^^~<\ ���������^P*^~ tttT^tm  1~r%   p-|  j  |-|J*LViii*B*M!  SimUmUtiiVt^ llm\\mt*him-m\-  ... ^*ri m      mT~*   mm,   W M  em *** m ^m it W\ """Twi W m W  r* r*  *m    X. m       MM    *00d    ml M   Ml M Ml   ~t ~~-*m X.  ���������* mr-mt MMM  -neap ���������  *. m tarn   w *n~P i  Miss McLeod of Chiiiiwack has been  secured to take charge of the primary  room of the Creston school for the  coming term, at a salary of $12000.  With her engagement the teaching  staff of the local school is now complete.  Mr. Osborn of Vancouver arriyed on  Monday to take charge of the dry  goods department of the S. A. Speers'  store. He is an experienced dry goods  salesman and it is the store's intention  to go more extensiyely into this line  in future.  Wm. Taylor of Crowsnest was a  yisitor here oyer the week-end looking  after his property interests, and  reports turning down an offer of $3000  for his half-acre lot on Canyon street,  between the Union office and Dr.  Henderson's.  J. D. Moore of Kaslo, the local road  superintendent, was here on Wednesday making an inspection of road  making operations. The good roads  c*ew now have the permanent high-1  way built almost as far out as the  "Srawford corner.  July created a record for police  court business at Creston, no less than  twenty cases being handled by the  local dispensers of justice last month.  The financial intake was not in due  proportion, however, the total fines  imposed being only $26.  Creston Board of Trade meets in  August session on Tuesday night.  The irrigation committee has been  piessing the department for its report  on the Arrow Creek irrigation system,  and it is hoped something on it will be  available at this meeting.  Theatre goers, who will readily recall Miss Dorothy Phillips in the  "Heart of Humanity," will hardly fail  to see this screen favorite in another  super production, "The Bight to Happiness," which will be at the Peekin  on Monday night, Aug. 9th.  Postmaster Gibbs had an assistant  for a few days the latter part of the  waek when Miss Nellie Chalmers was  on the staff���������getting acquainted with  postal work prior to taking charge of  the new postoffice at Lister, which  opened for business on Tuesday.  Lister has now a ��������� postoffice of its  own, and citizens sending mail matter  to that point should now attach n  three-cent stamp to their letters. For  the present, at least, Lister mail will  ho handled vim Ci-eston, leaving here  immediately after thc sorting of the  noon mail.  At a meeting of the trustees ou  Tuesday the tender of W. Belanger  for this term's fuel supply was accepted, while T, Baines received tho appointment as janitor for the term at a  stipend of $05 a month���������for ten  months. There were two other applicants for tlie caretaking work.  It. IJ. Mastoi-lou, who was principal  oi CJreHl.oii -school three yeai-H ago,  since when he Iwin been at Greenwood,-  Iiuh been appointed to tho principal-  ship of Ilcdley school for this term.  Mi:.*e Mayih Kane, who wiih on the  (h-ehton school staff a year ago, will  teach at Kaslo the coming term.  Sule'iieliel     nioirieHH    in    Itein-r   inn-le  with the erection of the new Peekin  theatre. The e.eineiit work was eon*,  pi. Si e] .i few iiiiyM ago, and Mils week  seen foreman Hell and his crew of  e*m jei'iiiirn pelting along nicely with  lhe fri-nit-WMi'lc. At (lie pret'ent rate  j of conMi-uct inn Ibe new Iwhim*- **he*iil<l  ; be available quite curly in Ncpt.enihci*.  j     jueiniicri.  and mlhemits of I teuton  I'M lit.Vte- lull   Ch'iicli  an-   >ie*t ifee'el  e.f   a  c<������i������K������ < tLi-* itin.i]     iiueeeeiK    nil     ."eiiuiiei.e y  night at 8.30, the ch.ief business of  which will be to consider the calling  of a permanent pastor for the church.  Rev, T. D. McClintock of Nelson,  interim moderator, wiii preside at the  gathering.  The three acres of the Barton estate  fronting on Canyon street, next Jas.  Adlard's residence, has just been purchased by C. O. Rodgers. The property is planted to young orchard and  will certainly make an ideal residential  site. With the exception of some  town lots the Barton estate is now  pretty well all sold. off.  Hon. John Keen, M.P.P., Kaslo,  spent seyeral days here the fore part  of the week, taking stock of public  works department operations in th;3  section, as well as making an inspection of the Erick'son irrigation system  and also the proposed irrigation project at Canyon City on which work is  likely to be started the middle of the  month.  The August meeting of Creston  Valley Women's Institute is called for  Friday afternoon next.. As this will  be the last meeting before the Koote-  nay-Boundary Institutes' convention  here at the end of the month, a full  turnout of members is desired. The  members are asked to state whether  whether they will be attending the  convention banquet or not.  Hon. J. H. King, minister of public  works, Victoria, was a Valley visitor  a couple of days the early part of the  week, taking a look over the road  making operations in this section, as  well as paying a visit to Lister. The  doctor was never in better form and if  there is any general provincial election in the offing certainly he isn't  worrying as to the outcome.  There was a decided bread famine in  town on Monday and the householder  who depends on the bakery product  retailed at the local stores was in  several cases dependent on the neighbors who turn out their own supply of  the staff of life. Investigation Rhows  that although there is no bake shop in  Creston at present the town stores are  handling at least 6000 loaves of bread  a month this summer.  tor here on Wednesday, having  motored down the day previous with  Hon. Dr. King. He states that the  grain and hay crop on the St. Mary's  prairie this year wiii equal the best  previous record. About three years  ago the yield was so extensiye that  agitation was started-for the erection  of a grist mill in Cranbrook.  Mr. and Mrs. J. G. and Miss E.  Smith are now residents of Nelson  having moved to the West Kootenay  metropolis the early part of the week.  The Smiths haye been residents of the  Valley for the past nine years, coming  here   from   Calgary  and   the   many  frssrid"?    **.1i*qit   vinaiia   (-111finer   *l*ipit������  tpobi.  tt. IX.   XXjMIM 0.X .->- -****���������*>>��������� X* m MfMi-CU ��������� -������ m m ~mmy W_������ ���������-mm        vm  x   mp m  dence here wish them good luck in  their new home. Mr. and Mrs. Smith  also enjoy the distinction of being the  first couple to have a golden wedding  celebration in Creston Valley.  Saturday,  Aug.  i  MARY MacLAREK  A  in  UJ51  Current  B. E. Beattie of Cranbrook, of Beat-  tie-Oatway, Ltd., was a business visi-  Wedsd'y* Aug. 11  JEWEL CARMEN  in  The Bride of Fear  Sunshine Comedy  Merry Jailbirds  Mutt & Jeff  Fox News  Peekin Theatre - MONDAY, AUG. 9  F*S=  Greater than the "HEART OF HUMANITY"  DOROTHY PHILLIPS m  a  pptooss  a Universal Jewel De Luxe Production  Produced under the direction of Allen Holubar, maker of  the  "Heart of Humanity."    8  Great Acts.    5000  People.    A city built and burned.    "Dorothy Phillips  in a dual role.    A picture well worth while seeing.  ADULTS 75c.  CHILDREN 25c.  Ladies' Wear  An interesting- display of these seasonable  garments  is  now provided.       Quality  and   daintiness   considered,   they   are  p. iced exceedingly low.  House Dresses  a nice variety  W/pxjt I PS  v  iptnip-d  f/f/ ppim r������*/ef������  Pf      trt-fti-f--  Silk Waists  assorted colors  Summer Underwear  ....  rf      PyPtXPSP* m���������B nrm/tr. *-������ i-,d~*/*4.j. XXr* PS if-f-������  JL-J-*f*U.trCJtLt      ~tJL-4jtt>~4'l~lOI %Pa'~>tJ-'J*-\  MAWSON   BROTHERS  Heller Serviec  General Merclunils  (l^^^^-a^J,!^^^^^,,^^!^^^!^^^!.^^^,^^!,^,!,!  .imM^^,i^m.'\.At\\-.ixy'^m  Lower Prices  mMmMmmimtmttmmitm-tm.iimm  ~mmm  MifllHiiMMttililiti  l**'**'*"!*'-"-"*-.-'^  ���������jjflMlttfci-tt'ift^^ "   ""  U.'WiiiWiii.l.m.iatMiW^  tti-Biiili ���������Bir.i[*kilii-*-iirrriMriril'^lii'i-aifciM iiiinVt>f���������rirr^ni mii-j-'ti li.itifi'n-lf-hi.iiiim-ri^ii^  ~pmmmm'^-Yi~*4^^-0rvV*^  ������tmUAA. jHHriHhiMS'iMMj  iJttfliLurn*-.*���������*���������������������������. ���������"^-���������'���������"tiiittitt mCuirn  !*M_l!!!i!!ll** $MH*t*m** *L*Wil*JI*ii-W -lLUA ifcUmtl


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