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Creston Review Aug 5, 1921

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 Mrs. A. W. Mason and Mre.rS.'  Williams took a large party ofvchilr  dren to Sanca' Creek, on, Monday on*������  camping trip.. They expect to reuoSia  there for at "least a TVeek. *, .   '        ."  -ti-.x.-  Wynndel Athletie Club held a meeting in the schoolhouse on Monday evening re the purchasing of .a .piece of  land for a baseball park. The finance  committee report good progress, an^  sufficient .money* is now, guaranteed,  and a committee of three was named  t������see Paul IJagen and carry through  t he deal as soon as possible.  Op Tuesday to get busy with harvesting operations on his farm near that  town. He states that the yield of  grain this year will be quite-good. '  .er  X*Xt\  itor to Coleman, Alta., And other Pass"  towns the latter part of the week.- returning on Tuesday.  ** l f -v*  M. O. Ringheim left on Tuesday for  Vidora, Sask., where he will assist liis  son, Oie, with harvesting operations.  ������������������ Mr* and Mrs. Book and family of  Spokane are the guests of the latter's  mother, Mrs. 3. J. Grady."  *- *'"'        *   .    ^ 5- , -**    ������. * i? - .   ���������-> v  A Quick Capture,  ttliU  ixxia. i xx. .soy   ana   ^otcoorS.  "Moon and,Dewar, who were on~a fishing trip to Sanca last week, returned  on' SatuKlay with a .fine gcatcb. - Mr.  Moon showed some char weighing be  tween six and seven pounds.  Pete Wallace,., who has been working fdr M. Wigen for the past seyen  or^ight months. Left- on, Wednesday  for the prairie, where he Hanres to  help at harvesting operations.     Y     :>  *. Mrs. J. P. Brooke, who has been residing in Nelson for ^the past three  months, retusned to her hoftie here on  Tuesday. Mr, Bsooke.went through  to Macleod, Alta., the same day. .   '���������*-  Mrs. Webster of Cranbrook ie the  guest of lAi-s. Rosindaie fox* a few days.  M. Wigen's box factory, which has  been closed down ��������� owing to eome re-:  . pairs being made tot bistre;saw plant;  " started running again on Tuesday. - ���������';  Miss Ella  Topliss, ~ who  has  been  staying with Misses Bathie duringp tha  ' berry season, left for her home in Win^  law on Monday.   She' expects  to  re  tuiSn-with   her sister  in  about two  Provincial police officer H. McLaren, who only topk oyer the-work here  Mreu.J. Bv Rndd was a business vis   od; Monday, made^nite .a'cleyer cap-  .~���������i0.rtrx.jx'    ai~~   ���������ji -*^--**--^tu*tti*'^^^"ei^t^nd  train, fto-day,  (l^ut^ay) wbenypfr^^thes- meagre in-  foimattoii onywbicSty to identify1 s������is-  pee'tiseupplied-by tfe$ Nelson police,he  nabbed ^barvey Liongand Melville Or-  senV'who are want^^at Nelson for'the  theft of a gpiaywfl-twbj and ^hain. . The~  pait* had stepped nffjtbe train here and  proceeded to^theYjphinese restaurant  for dinner.   Mr.  McLaren   following  " ^ - -r **    ^*v      *  f ~**-     *^  them and taking them into custody  When they had completed the noonday  repast. Wiren s-^Echedth? missing  watch and chain valued at $100 was  foubd in the topcoat pocket of one of  the men. The pair were taken back  to Nelson this afternoon by officer  McLaren.    ,.     - *-\ ,  The latter part of July and .early  August, gave as pbstively the hottest  weather - recorded in these -parts, the  mercury on some'of these days-getting  up as high as &8 and 100 in the shade.  Qmnyon ���������~?������iy  of moisture, careful planting and cultivation the crop *��������� is well Reserved.  Previous to coming here $L~. Hurlhad  much farming "experienced in Saskatchewan.  Birth���������At Lister, on July 21st, to  Mr. and Mrs. E. Thompson* Lister, a  son. ,-   > ~   _      '  '        - 4 '   '  C. Htj Phillips is. a Tmeraeas visitor  at  Kimberley this   week.   Peter Me  Kay is also away on a business trip-4*v  the same point. . .   .  -- Daye -Fraser is busy on the erection  of* a one-room log shack on bisjcscatibn  .here.  ~tr     '               ������jt ttgriaavm      ^Itn..  who, has been here for a couple of  weeks' vacation with his daughter,  .Mrs. tfriteman, left for home on Sat  nrduy. He like? Canyon so well that  he intends to make it bis annual vacation resort in the future.  ���������1 In connection with the recent Entrance examinations it is-jyorthy of  note that Miss Nissie McKol)!>. one of  Canyon's three successful candidates.  is b������"t twelve years of age. yery sel  doftt ieit-that a pupil of a country  school gets an Entrance-class gradu  ation at twelve years, and in this case  it certainly indicates special talent  that should be .encouraged in every  Way; possible." _      -   -r  "��������� Mr. -Duiicajneon of California, a  travelling asissipnary of the Swedish  ^burcbi^h^ld^seryi6e; in Canyon schnoi-  ���������attendance of ������U^ spoke  in^th^iw]&������&������nd.'h.������ mltfve .tongue,  ana consplcuotis niattorm apinty aiong  Wynndel baseball team ^played i&e wttbi splendid., yoeal musicalY ability  Creston* nine  on "Sundav /afternonb������ juade the seryice doiibly noteworthy.  ���������j ~~x~ "m. ~~'.:~. --~0_i--*tt-..iii-~i-ta~-     P -**..���������''   .  .      -*:'*'  Cutting the- oat crop for green feed  is the-feature of farm ope^tions kh,  presept. A couple of outside parties  are here with teams and mowers, eutt?  ing.on the percentage basic** " _ \ .  Harry Brown is away on. a trip to  Palouse county. Washington^ where  he is- working at harvesting oper-.  ations. He states there are move tban  enough men there now to take c^re of  Jim Cameion of Cranbrook was a  >isitor here  the  latter  part  of   the  week, with his brother. Jack, en route  home from a business  trip to Van-  cotsyer. '  K BenJVhitesides is a patient in Nelson hospital at present/ A few days  agoi wbile a.t work under the yard en-  jgjne; a drop<of scalding water from a  leaky tap fell in his ear, and has since  been giving him considerable trouble.  Mr. and Mrs. Loasby had quite party  of z week-end: gueste, including Mrs.  ������ladder'Of Spokane, and Mrs. Swan-  eon ani^Mr. and tfre. Cook of Creston ~  Tbeyiwere jonesed back on Sunday  evening���������too late for church.  Ike Lewis, who has been resident on  bis t&nch at Boswell for almost the  past^tnree months, returned to Sirdar  to^jgain take_ up residence the latter  part of jthe week.  s*.  = 1! fhn ������x������*  and.returned with the joyful/tidings  'that they had, scored a -11. to 6 victory.;  The boys are very-much*TBhe<eri>d������h������k  to the win,* are once niore in hopes ������f  again walloping the town nine.  A Scandanuviari travelling missionary was here Tuesday and Wednesday  -visiting all those, of Swedish national  ity, and had seryice in the schoolhouse  ������������������- in the eyening. ^yZ   '-'  - The trustees received the hew reboot  '. blackboard and  desks  on  Tuesday's  - freight, and   by the  time  school  re-  Opens we will  haye , about  the - best  equipped country school in the \~ooi-  . enay. -   .  The HomesHekers' Agency sawmill  is now -running steady, and, they are  loading out tie's at the rate of, at least  a carload a day*.  ' The Athletie Club committee in  charge of dances are talking of unoth*  er big dauqe on Saturday night at the  Clubhouse.  John, Jacobson of Redcliff, Alta.*  who hne been working for the Home*  ateliers' Agency, returned- to his home  Mrs. McKowan and family of Cran-  brookare here/ onya yisit to Manager  if. A. McKowan ol^the Sash & Door  Company. ^  Mrs. Belanger and children of Creston were hetween-Jt|ains-visitors here  on Monday.",      Zp^  ^Mrs. Morris, who ��������� "has-been cooking  for Mr. Lloyd,-lefOast week for her  hofne in the StatesM    '"  - C. H. Robinson Ytrf Nelson, fishery  inspector for the" Sootenay, "wj;s here  this week looking ^x^r the streams, _  Mr. and Mrs. Eppard vand daughter,  who have ceeo in charge-of th'e Paul-  son-Mason'kitehen'- aBdYdining fepom,  have gone to Priest Sliver; IdahoY   ~  &i������ l/ejr VFOa'ei oKenng.  :i'     -. --  ���������ei&s.i  Mice Simfit9&  - 4T      .    A  With the flats again, almost 4<|ear  of water the mosquito seasonJ^Aboufc-  over. Old.timers cannot re^lflba year  when the pest was as nuraej^ous-and  business like ;is the 1921 skee&em    J'"*~  -. .   0-2 r  Stanley Paul is here^fnom the prais-  ie on a visit "to his parents pn the,  Matthews ranch.  Miss Alice Carr got back on Sunday  after a week's holiday- with friends at  Yahk.  j    Kuskanook is attracting picnic part-  ij^aav vi.������nwv ao oit  iOf Tiere. One through freight in about  9 a.m. and out again at 4.30 handles  the business���������^r������ addition to   tbe  tri  .*.*W.O#*   ������X.  ������f������y Suii-  K -*>  J ies from this s>ectihh^lR:  day. and if it^weiVMpt frtr the^ trouble  ^p-^s^n^ed   with   h^enfets-th- '    fe  would^^nite^Meal. f-o*  thte^siartY-  GRAND THEATRE  Saturday, AUGUST  20  FRANK MAYO  2-Heel CENTURY  COMEDY  Fresh From the Farm  Starting 8.30 p.m.  Messrs.' Nelson and'Moberg. who  have been-working at Qalloway 'for  several /months, tayng ont poles on  Contract, are home again.���������_ A forest  fli-e in ,that se:-tion having desti-oyed  much of the'timbei- they had contracted to take out.  ���������u.  r John McRobb has returned to Gallo  way again- for  a  couple  of  weeks,  "which he*- will  spend   at ^blacksmith  work for   the o -.wniill   firm   at  that  point.  - Mr. and Mrs Blair, are home again  after a weeks' vacation which they  spent at Nelson and Proctor..  1 The Canvon local of ������the United Farmer's ,meet in regular August session  at the schoolhouse on Saturday night.  Miss Muriel Knott, who had- charge  of the junior room of Canyon school  the.last two years, has bcen engaged  an teacher "of - the school at Shnswap  Lake, on the main'line.  T. Hickey and Chas. McCullough  are taking life a little easier at pres*  ent, and are making a few trips to  Kitchener trying out their look���������and  with some' success���������ut fishing.  The pick and shoyel work on the  irrigation system is now completed,  and'for the rent of the. pipe'line a  plough can be used to good advantage  all the way. Dad Browrll is the first  to figure In* tbe ^ casualties*, in con pec-  tion with the work," One day! hiat  w-^ek ^t'he' top flew off the hammer  Erie Olson was using on the drill in  the rock work, the Hying headstrlk  ing Dad on the arm, and laying him  up for a few nays. y >  r -~r  Johnson Bros, and Young have  been working at the Siding for a few  day" loading out a few cars'of the  Winlaw cut of poles. Canyon XMty  Lumber Co. men are bttny loading  about ten ears of pine lumber, which  Is billed for shipment to Philadelphia.  Mr, Hewitt .hits a 20 x 10 ft. rofll-  denco under construction on the 20*  ncro tract he pnrchaacd at Calgary  heighte about a month ago.  ; .Attheiadjpurhod school meeting on  Saturday- night $I<W >i������b voted to  oiity ������������ achool itflfali-a with thl������ year,  Init ������o far there ia no announcement  as to the new. one-room addition being  built thin fall.. .."  '-'   :  Doris Mil-  Cora  - Following is" a list "of the honor -roll  winners and -all "promotions at Lister  school for^ the term ended-! June 30th :  Division L���������MissAustadePrincipal."  Honor Rolls: Proficiency-n-Murielle  Millington. Regularity arid Punctuality���������Cora Frampton. Deportment  ���������Jessie Brain.  Promoted from Junior 4th to Senior  4tb���������Murielie Millington. Ernest Ste-,  vens, Jennie Chalmers. . _       _^  Senior 3rd to Jiinioi- 4th���������Ronald  Brain, Clara Little.  Junior 3rd ta Senior'3rd  iington. Frances Malthouse,  Frampton, Jack Jory, Eva Bi;ain.  Recommended���������Flossie Evans, Doris  Yerbury, George Charleson..  Second Reader to Junior 3rd���������Dorothy Weston, Alex. Mitchell, Margaret  Little, John Malthouse,. Jessie Brain,  Albert Mitchell. < Recommended���������  Freda Lye. Annie Yerbury, Marvin  Little.  First Render to Second Reader���������  Peter McKay, George Chudley.  Phonic Primer to First Reader ���������  Charlie Malthouse, Fred Weston, Jack  Bird;  Beginners' Reader to Phonic Primer  ���������George Fuampton, Fred Yerbury,  Margaret Chalmers. Albert Weston,  Lucy Lye, Gladys Brain, Hilda Fil-  uier, Agnes Sinclair, George Mitchell,  Billy Yerbury. _ >     ,  Division II.���������Miss Holmes, Teacher.  Honor Rolls:   Proficiency���������Margaret Chalmers and Peter McKay.    Reg-  ulurityj*~~Agnes Sinclair.   Deportment  ���������Billy Yerbury.   ..  i  Jas. Jory bun moved his gang of  workmen over to the Chai-lon Davie  place on Section 7, whose house is to  -be completed right away,,  A meeting of tho settlers of the district was hold in tlie whoolhonse on  Saturday night, with Robt. Milner oc  oupylng the chair. The seuHlon was  taken up with a dlBcuuslon of the  ternisof the Hgreement of sale which  will bo submitted to Hon. E. l>. Barrow foV approval, on the occasion of  his yisit hero this week.       .   .  . William Hurl ..Is unanimously conceded to have won first place as a  grower of feed. He has, four acres  no wn to oats, peas and alsike clover  and is harvesting n crop ihat will xnn  eight toh^ to tho acre. In places some  of it measured five feet high. Mr.  ���������Hurl's place ia about the loweat-lying  lot In the area and wi^h an abundance  weekly jayey freight.  vygjetween tourists, fishing and picnic  parties^ Kuskanook is quite a busy  spot these-days? On Sunday, July 24,.  Mr?- Jones had about SO callers,  Sam Bysouth, who is serving meals  -ahd^atering to the wants of the travelling pnblic, was equally busy.  JSJow the berry season is over Mayor  Daly will likely be able to induce Jas.  Blair to try oui his newest creation in  ttie way of a cool weather cover all.  Either for work or dress wear J he garment is equally efficacious, s  Mr. Charlton, representing the Calgary Daily* Herald, accompanied by  his son, were week-end visitors here,  the .cottS)������igr in $ib% JE&vald'e  t*t j- <-*  rzzz*fM^%- ��������� :^^f%^-^���������^^'"'^^  . J,-W^ Yaness is .elainifi^'She, honors[ of being the^lfirst���������Alice Siding  rancher to - export' tomatoes tub&^cu?  cumbers this season. He hadtomat^  oes ayailable for export the latter part  of the week.  .  Tom Anderson and Walter Carr  were at Summit' Creek for a couple of  days' fishing the fore part of the" week.  Reed '& Mather are planning to take  things a little easier tbis winter, and  are gradually reducing their herd of  beef cattle. Last week they let seyen  head of young stock go to the P.  Burns Co. *  The eastbound train stop at both  Reed & Mather's'and Smith's Crossing  was discontinued on Tuesday, after being effective since the middle of Jnne.  In the six weeks F. W. Ash handled  almost 2000 crates at the crossing stop  ���������mostly berries and clirrantB. with a  few cherries. This vear's exports were  somewhat heavier than a year ago,  though ��������� with- about 70 packages  the biggest day it was hardly in it  with 1919 when some days as high as  140 crates of stuff went out.  Fob SAWS���������Tent 14 x 10. horse, wag  on,   W. K. Brown, Cieston.  This season Penticton will ship about  10,000 crates of cherries. A year ago  the export was over 17,000 crates.  The Dominion Day celebration at  Fernie''netted almost 31600 for the  Children's Permanet Recieation Fund.  Two hours and twenty-five minuted  lias been established as record time for  the auto run from Cranbrook to FernJ  le. .   .  A new shingle mill is to he erected  at Arrowhead, with a capacity of 80 -  000 a day, and employing at least 25  men.  Cranbrook Oddfellows are having  plans drawn for a hall of- their own.  It will be SO x 70 feet, and two stories  high.  Fou Salb���������Ford car, perfect running order. Terms If required, to re-  aponBible peraon. Apply Box 78, Review Office.       '  Sub-lot 64 of Lot 4605, containing  160 acres, approximately 120 acre*  good land, considerable timber, ������mali  stream on property, situated about a  mile from the Alice Siding school.  Price $4000. .Terms. For further particulars apply tu the owner, G. A. M.  YOUNG, Creston, B.C.  Sirdar had the pleasure of the Sat  lirday to Tuesday company of a special  policeman accompanying a car of  liquor from Vancouyer to the government' store at Cranbrook. The car arrived too late to go east on Saturdav.  henee the holdover until Tueeday-Y  a*nd possibly the need for the close  watch that was kept on the wet  goods.  Rev. Hv Varley announces that he  will be here for  the  next Church of -  England service un Sunday  morning.  August 14th, at'the usual hour.  -  If a few of Creston's conscientious  objectors to irrigation would yisit tbe  Pascuzzo ranch just now their conversion to the iriigation army would certainly be speedy and eoraplete. The  output of both cucumbers and tomatoes is unbelievable to Chose not familiar with tbe merits of an abundance  of water along with intensive cultivation. Santo is likely to have enough  tomatoes and cucumbers go to waste  to stock the C.P.R. diners with ketch-  ip and dill pickles for at least a year.  'I**   Z--~r.  tfl������f.*%t������.a  Auto For Saijs���������Chevrolet touring  oar, 1918 model, in fine shape, $475.  H. West, Rose ranch, Creston.   .  GRAND THEATRE  Saturday, AU6.  6  Gladys-Walton  in  it  The Man  Tamer"  CENTURY COMEDY  Storting- 8.30 ptm. Prompt,  Children 25c.    AdUlts 50c. tmm^mmsBmmBBm^^  PPi  tbm   nmrmwl   gkestot,   sl   0.  -    rTr1  a ne jj  Momeateaders ������  ���������'���������"-��������� ������������������ BY **��������� \  ROBERT J, 9. STEAD  Published By Special Arrangement With the Author.  To Remove Bad Cold  SsHl hx/Ms /Bjawa en*    HM^I-    l������I<������������i������������.--   hA4Mfe.YMt  (Continued)  Darkness was settling do-vyn���������darkness of the seventh night since their  departure from Emerson���������when, like  a mole on the face of the plain, a little  grey lump grew on thc horizon. Arthurs rose in his sleigh and waved his  fur cap in, the air; Harris sent 'back  an answering cheer; .the women plied  their husbands' with questions; even  the horses took on new energy, and  plunged.desperately through the frozen snow\ which one moment supported-their weight and the next splintered in broken ice-cakes beneath them.  Slowly the mole grew until in the  gathering shadows it took on indistinctly the shape of a building, and  just as the rising moon crested the  ridge of the PembiaTi.4uLls._the travellers swung up at:the door. "Arthurs  had carried the key of the padlock in  his hand for the last mile; everybody  was, out of the sleighs in a moment,  and the next they were stamping their  cramped feeton the cold wooden floor  of the little ^sha'ck. Arthurs walked  unerringly to a nan on the wall and  took, down a lantern; its dull flame  drOve the mist slowly down the glass,  and presently the light was beating  back from the glistening frost which  ���������sparkled on every log of the little  ���������room.  "Well,    here    we    are  in  Hungry  Hall,"   said   Arthurs.       "Everything  just as I left it."      Then, turning to  his wife, "Come, Lii," he said. "Jack,?  perhaps you have an  engagement of  your own."      He took his wife in a  passionate embrace and planted a ferr  vent kiss upon her lips, while Harris  follqAved his example.     Then they sat  down   on  the  boxes  that  served  for  chairs, amid a happiness too deep for  words.    .   .   .    So the minutes passed  until Mrs. Arthurs sprang to her feet.  "Why,   Mary,"  she exclaimed, "I   do  believe you're crying," while the moisture, glistened on    her    own    cheek.  "Now, you men, clear out!      I suppose you think the' horses will stable  themselves?     Yes, I see you have the  box full of wood, Fred.      That's not  so    bad    for    a start.      Leave some  matches, and say, you might just get  our boxes in here.   -Remember we've  lived in these clothes for the best part  of two weeks."  The    young    men    sprang to their  task, and as soon as they were out of  the house -the girls threw their arms  about each other and wept like women    together. __ It   was    only   for   a  moment; a quick dash of    the    hand  across  the eyes, and both were busy  removing coats and wraps.    The door,  opened, and their "boxes," as well as  other' equipment  from    the    sleighs,  \vere  carried in,  and  the  men  disappeared to the little stable at the back  of the house.     After several attempts  thc girls succeeded in starting a fire  in thc rusted stove, and soon its grateful heat was radiating to every corner  of thc room.     As they busied themselves unpacking dishes    and    provisions they had opportunity to take observations of the new place that for  orifi  was  to be a home  and  for thc  other a very welcome    haven    in    a  strange land.  Thc house was builrof poplar logs,  hewed  and dovetailed at the corners  with the" ikill of the Ontaria woodsman.     It was about twelve by sixteen  feet in  siz<\ with collar-beams  eight  feet irom the floor.     Thc roof was of  two thicknesses "of elm hoards.     The  door  was in   the  east  side, near  thc  southeast  corner;  the    stove    stood  about the? centre of the east wall. The  only   window  was  in   thr   south;   six  paries   of   cight-by-ten   glass   sufficed  for light     Through  this window smother lantern   shone back    from    thc  ���������larkncs?., ar/d the flickering light from  the    stove    (LtTicceS  in   duplicate?.      A.  rough board table sat under thc window; a nail box in thc southwest corner evidently served as cupboard. No  tools  or movables  of any value  had  been left in the place, Arthurs having  stored  such ..effects  with  a neighbor,  torn**; dozen miles away, le.st thcy hc  stolen   from   the   cabin   by   sonic   unscrupulous   traveller   during   his   ab-  senee. "*  "i like the plan or it very much,"  said Mrs, Arthurs, after a general  survey of the room. "Don't you  think Fred has shown good judgment  in the design? This"���������indicating the  door���������"will he my reception-room.  And this, a little further in, is the, parlor.      The kitchen  and    pantry    arc  The Balsamic Vannr ������f "Catajrhozone"  .   When Inhaled Quickly Dispels Colds  Every breath you draw through Catarrhozone Inhaler fills thc whole  breathing apparatus with pure piney  essences that stops colds at their very  beginning. You experience a pleasant sensation of relief at once. Soreness, congestion and irritation leave  the nose and throat���������the head is  cleared, and every trace of cold an<5  Catarrh disappears. Catarrhozone is  so sure, so pleasant, such a safe remedy for winter ills that you can't afford to do without it. Get the dollar outfit, it last twro months; small  size, 50c; trial size, 25c at all dealers  or the Catarrhozone Co., 'Montreal.  blankets* and provisions, started out  on horseback for the still farther  West JTiie ���������. .snow was now going  rapidlyjYTtvate'r st-tsod in a thousand  pools,-arid gonds cm the face of the  prairie, or- x^in wuh swift rioiseless-  ness'in fhe cfreeks and"- ravinesY although the real. "break-up" of the  streams would not occur until early in  April.. By avoiding the sleigh.-trai.ls  an>l-'riding over the open prairie fair1  iy< sound,-footing was"found for the  horses and a good opportunity given  to observe the ', land." Harris soon  found tliat more judgment was required  in  the  selection   of  a prairie  When Your Appetite Fails  This Is what ������011 N^f^^s^^^s^^ysMsa^^  : In'Tea.  ~r-     ���������  When the "very-thought of eajtjng!-  makes.you feel dizzy, when you're run  down, stomach in- bad shape���������^you  need a real .house cleaning with Dr.  Hamilton's Pills Thcy tone up the  liver, assist the -stomach and improve  digestion.' -The taste becomes aware  of new flavors in food you never noticed before     You'll look and feel a  whole lot-better after using Dr. Ham  farm' than he had supposed,  and he   j.14?*1'*3. Pills. -   Many folks used this  congratulated   himself   upon   having   fi������������ old remedy and nothing else and  Fresh Milk in Cubes  right at. hand���������*������o convenient for the  mat'  '.re tcr-.-intr, y������u Vr������**w. And  then our rooms. Fred and I will  have the long room in tlie northwest  wing, while you, of course, will occupy thc guest-chamber in the north-  B*r^Motn\*TiQ*H%,,mvmm9 ,  KeepVbur Eyfes  Oiatstan - -Zt4������iS4f ���������<** MociftHy  Writ* for tram t*Ai Ctrm flooh Murint, Co������Chi���������0to,l> U,  W.    S,    U    U79  east. Do not be alarmed, my dear;  if the silence of the prairies weighs  too heavily upon you we shall be  within call. The bath may be reached from either room with equal convenience."  Both laughed, but Mary, more serious and sober-minded, was already  clifMnr*-. ham and greasing**a frying-pan.  "We need water, Lii���������get some snow  while I find the tea. The bread is  hard, but there'll be coals presently,  and we shall have toast. Lucky there  were baked potatoes left over from  last night's camp ; they'll fry up fine  along with this���������--���������"But already. Lii  was outside gathering snow.  She returned in breathless excitement. "Oh, Mary, I've just had a  great thought. All my wedding  china���������present, you know���������is in that  box; and���������I have my wedding clothes,  too.      Have you yours?" *  "Of course.      But why������������������"  "Why, dear, don't y-ou see?      The  men are busy shovelling a path into  the stable.      It'll be an hour yet before "they are in.      Let's ^ut oh our  wedding   dresses,   and   set   the   table  with our best dishes and best linen,  just for a kind of post-nuptial. Let's!"  "But ham and fried potatoes!"  "And   toast.      Didn't  you  promise  toast?   fAnd tea.*    And    I'll    wager  there's some jam among these provisions.       Oh,  let's   hurry." y.   '  An hour later, when the hungry  men returned after making their  horses and cattle comfortable, they  stopped in amazement, at the sight  that confronted! them. Snowy linen,  delicate china, and sparkling glass returned the soft light from one of  those great lamps sUch as are bought  only for presentation; and beside the  "table, like fairies spirited from a  strange land, stood two beautiful women, robed in the delicate draperies of  their bridal hour. Exclamations of  surprise were drowned in a flood of  tender associations, and never in palace or banquet-hall did sweeter content and happiness reign than among  these four young pioneers as they sat  down to their'first home-served meal  in  the  new land.  The days'that, followed were days of  intense activity for both men and women.      There was.much to do, inside  and out.     In the interior of the little  house   an   extraordinary   change  was  wrought; simple draperies    and    pictures    relieved    thc    bareness of the  walls; shelves were built for the accommodation  of many  trinkets  dear  to the feminine heart; a rag carpet covered the centre of the floor; plain but  appetising    dishes    peeked enticingly  from behind the paper    curtain    that  now clothed the bare ribs of thecup-  board;  and  a--sense    of    homeliness  pervaded the atmosphere.      Thc two  men, in thcir own realm,   had   found  much  to  occupy  them,  although for  some days the range of thcir activities  was limited owing to the necessity of  giving the horses a much-needed rest  before putting them back   into    thc  harness.  A week had passed, ancl uo sign  of life, other than that of the little  party itself, had been sccnYabout thc  Arthurscs' homestead, when onc. day  Harris's eyes already becoming keen  to the prairie ^distances, espied a dark  point on the horizon. It grew slowly  from a pointv to a spot, from a spot j  to an object, .and at length was defined as a man on horseback. Presently Aleck McCrae drew up fit the \  door.      . [  "Hello, farmers,'-' hc ������cricd, "how  goes thc battle? An' thc good wives?  Building a little Eden in this wilderness, I'll warrant. Tell them to put  another name in thc pot, an' a hungry  name at that, I haven't seen a white  woman's meal I don't know when."  The friends gathered about thc old-  timer, ikying him with questions,  which hc answered or discussed until  the meal was over, holding his own  business quietly in the background.  But with supper ended, his pipe in his  teeth and his feet resting comfortably  in the oven, he broached hifl subject,  "fteady for the road in ' the morning. Jack? Don't want to break up  your little honeymoon, y' know, but  the month i������ wearing on. Nothing  but horseback for it now, an' they do  say the settlers arc crowding up something wonderful, The best land's going fa������it. Most of them will hold up  now, with the roads breaking, but by  slipping out on our horse-* wc can  locate an' file before the real spring  rush ooens. You should get some  kind ot shelter up before the frost Is  out of the ground, <?n'������������ to lose no  time from ploughing onrc the spring  open ���������;."  Marrt<    needed    no uru-im*. and in  ihr early morning the two men, with  fallen in with so experienced a plains-  man  as   iViCv^lAC.        \JU   uic     uisi     *j.ay  they rode over mile after mile of  beautiful* country,-following the survey stake.s as closely as possible, and  noting their location from time, to  time by lettering the posts.  "Thiols goo_d enough for me,"' said  Harri's at length, as their horses crested a" little elevation from which the  prairie stretched away 'in all directions,- smooth as a table. "Isn't it  magnificent! And all free for-the  taking!"  "It's pretty to look at," said McCrae, "but I guess you didn't come  .West for scenery, did you?"  "Well, what's the matter with it?  Look at that grass. If the soil wasn't  all right it wouldn't grow native crops  like that, would it?"  "The soil's all right," answered Mc-.  Crae.. "Nothing better anywhere, an'  you can plough a hundred and sixty  acres to,every quarter-section. But  xthis is in the frost belt. _ Thcy get  it every-yAhgust���������sometimes July.  Shouldn't wonder but it'll be all right  iii tiaje, when the country gets settled  up, but most homesteaders can't afford to Wait. We've got to get further West yet, into the higher land of  the Turtle Mountain slopes. I- know  there's good'"stuff there that hasn't  been taken;''  And so they pressed on, until, in the  bright-sunshine, tlie blue line of the  Turtle Mountain lay like a lake on  the western horizon. Here McCrae  began paying more minute attention  to the soil, .examining the diggings  around badger holes, watching out for  clumps of "wolf willow," with always  a keen eye for stones and low-lying  -alkali patches.-and the -general^ topography of the qiiarter.  "This is "more rolling country, with  more land'broken up by slcughs an'  creeks, but it's good stuff," he said.  "It's early to make predictions, but  I'll risk one.* guess. .There^ are two  classes of people) coming into- this  country���������-menswho are 'looking for  wheat land, nothing but wheat land,  an' men who'want some wheat land  an' some stock land. I predict that,  in twenty-fire years the wheat farm;*'  ers will be working for the mortgage  companies, an' the stock farmers will  be building up bank accoiints. Now  stock must have water, an' iFyou can  get natural shelter, so much the better. A creek may break your land a  little, but it's worth more than it  costs." '���������'.*' ���������  Many times in their, explorations  they passed over^sections that Harris  would have accepted, but McCrae objected, finding always*' some flaw not  apparent to the untrained eye. Once,  where a little river had worn its way  across thc plain, thcy came on a sod  shack, where a settler was already  located. "Nice spot," said McCr-ae,  "but too sandy His farm'll ^ blow  away when he breaks the sod. There's  an easy crossing there, though, an'  perhaps he thinks the railway will hit  him when it comes. That's all a  gamble. It may'go north of the  lake; if it docs \vc only bet on the  wrong horse. We've got to/akc our  chance on that." ���������'���������'���������..-.. '  (To be continued)  keep in the pink, of condition all tlie  time, 25c at all dealers, 6r The  Catarrhozone Co., Montreal. ;-'  \  Vanished Rower  The great, Krupp gun works has become' a cemetery. The allied commission has destroyed the machinery  for making engines of destruction and  has done away with all partially completed weapons. The immense works  have been* wrecked with-dynamite*  Their passing is a significant symbol  of the vanished power of Germany,  boastfully founded as it was of "blood  and iron."���������Rochester Herald.  In -Holland, milk is now put up and  sold in solicl form, being made into  little cubes which are , readily dissolved in tea, coffee or other- fluids.  xnc    fiiuR,    ������iter    removal of th������  cream, is reduced by hcatto'diynoss,  then- powdered^ and;,mixed with the ������.  cream,' the 'material    being    p*-essed  into blocks..  These'milk cubes have the advantage of 'preserving their 'freshness  for a long* time.. "They arc recommended for -use in regions where niilk  is not easily* to be had, and travelers  may-find it convenient to carry a  ���������supply "of them.���������Philadelphia Public  Ledger. -. -   -    ,  It^-is estimated that .two years are  required for thc gulf stream water to  travel from Florida to the coast of  Norway.  If the average man could be born  again and" had his way about it he  would select a different set of relatives.   ',*.���������-*  CASTORIA  For Infants and Children  Use For Over 30 Years  Always bears  the  Signature of  Patronize your local merchant and  thereby help to build up your home  town and community.  gueui'L���������  PRINCE of WALES  CHEWING  TOBACCO * V   -  -*���������'  ���������>v  THE     KEVIEW.''CRESTON.     B.     <\  / /kn>  r~-  m~~mm.\ m tiTA-fi f .ffiBBH  Wheat Sixty-Six  Founds to the Bushel  t  the  Exhibitors  at - Edmonton  Fair . Had  Some Good Grain  Among"thfr* exhibitors of grain at  Edmonton fair, was Mr. Price  Shepparu. whose entry of wheat  weighed 66 pounds to the bushel.     J.  Ce.--.<-<-1%...���������,������      rxt   SZtrxm���������   Ttl-*'���������      --   ~1~rx  tjuab0.uui5v.tj   ^J.   k^iVHJT   ATAAilA,    W<S.?���������������**3*j-  ���������avprorainentf e^ibiJouYinYgrains and  -vegetables*:* "' Of special Interest was  the���������exhibitNof Alta-Swe-dish red clover  aoove which was an inscription stating that this* clover^which was first  sown ih 1915* had stbod the test of  six yeafs^-Tvithout"a single failure.  This information should be of great  value to the farmers as it is generally  believed that red clover will not winter in Alberta, consequently, farmers  do not sow this clover which is valuable not only for feed and seed, but  as fertilizer: Wm'.' Chalmers, of Edmonton south, was the exhibitor, and  hc is enthusiastic in his psaise of its  qualities, and adaptability^ the country.*  IA/ IA  VV!!! Ill  -    - S*n |S^ |>-r  ^ ���������  a  ta *��������� m m^^^tr  Briefly Told  J.- CA���������7  s Your Stomach Sour?  Do You Belch Gas?  The Japanese-cabinet has decided to  accept participation 'm*- the proposed  conference on Far Eastern problems,  * the  Associated  Press  is  informed.  "    The  Saskatchewan  Department  of  'Agriculture has purchased a number  . of cattle from Ontario, through A. J.  Clarke,   purchaser   for' the   livestock  ''.branch ' r  Power    of    the Dominion Govern-  'ment tb enforce conscription-without  first  consulting - the people,  was, objected    tp    by thc Hull Trades and  Labor Council  .   Two    animals    of    the  'renowned  Avondale herd of .Holstein Freisians,  .owned  by A.-. C.-Hardy,-Brockville,  have been purchased by the Japanese  .Government foe jts experimental farm  system. *t  ���������   From -Halifax  to  Vancouver  in  a  .   15foot boat is the objective of Capt.  ���������J.  T.  Day,  Harry  Inglis  and  H.  J.  ���������Morrison, who have left on the long  'trip.     Theywill follow the coast line  and go  tliVqugh ^fic*; Psna?ma^Canal������  -their only motive;,p,pw"e;r-(a: small sail,  -jib and oars. "      '" '  The French National Union of  Combatants has approved a proposal  providing for cards for veterans of the'  Allied nations entitling "the former*  soldiers to all the advantages in an  Allied country .that they enjoy in their  own. The organization has a membership  of 800,000.  Germany lost 1,792,368' men killed  and 4,246,874 wounded.from 1914 to  1918, according to a revised compilation of the German casualties during  the war. In addition, 200,000 men  are still reported -��������� thissingC The  losses in jhc.iiavy, which -arevineluded in thc casualties'given above,1-, were  34,257 men killed and 31,085 wourided.  If you have "sour risings from the  stomach, feel bloated and uncomfortable, just try twenty drops of Nerviline in sweetened water. Relief will  come quick. Nerviline dispels the  gas, sweetens the stomach, makes you  fit and fine in a few minutes. As a  general household remedy for rriany  of s-the ills that constantly turn up,  nothing is more useful in every home  than r a ,35 cent bottle of good old  "Nerviline."  Cidk&ra Soap Shampoos  BestFor Children  t~ you wish them to have thick,  healthy hair through life shampoo  regularly with Cuticura Soap and  hot water. Before shampooing  touch spots of dandruff and itching,  if any, with Cuticura Ointment. A  clean, healthy scalp usually means*  good hair.        *  3oap2So. Oiatm������it25������s>]50c. TUcnm25c. Sold I  throughout theDomiQion. CanadianDepot:  lrm������������. UmJleel, 344 St. Pa*d S~, W.. Men-treat.  Cuticura Soap sfaw������a"waUiout aog.  Cy@tQB.11e Trims  Muslin Apron  Your Summer Vacation  A Big Butter Order  -4        _  -   f m���������m���������mmm  Butter from the Edmonton district  is in demand, and one of the'largest  orders ever "recorded there was placed recently when Paul de Wolff of  Sardis, B.C., asked Edmonton dealers  to supply him with 1,000,000 pounds  destined for the New York market. A  jviiiUrkM r**rvuiids' order is a bi0* one to  fill, but agents at half a dozen or more  other central Alberta points are also  being asked to assist in filling the  order.  THIS WOMAN'S  MISERY  Piwrnn ������        >i  amt'.W*  ��������� '���������  Ended by Lydia E. Pinkham's  Vegetable Compound. Re-  y   markable Recovery of  Mrs. Church.  Special   Summer  Tourist   Fares To  -   The Pacific Coast.  Special Summer Tourist tickets to  Vancouver, Victoria, Seattle and other  Pacific -\o~,~0 points are now on sale  daily by the Canadian Pacific Railway^  These tickets will bear a final return  limit until October 31st, and permit  stopovers en route, which gives travellers an opportunity of visiting some  of the bea'utiftil resorts in the Rockies;  such as Banff, Lake Louise, and Glacr  ier, where the '"Company".maintain  ���������splendi^jCe^caJtThotels. 'These tickets  are'-optional via the������;maih\line-or Arrow Lakes route intone or both directions without extra charge. No ex-  'pensive side trips necessary.  In addition to the "Trans-Canada  Limited" exclusive^ sleeping car train,  a choice of two other daily trains is  =^l  jflb Rational  A WOMAN'S RIGHT  Ta GOOD HEALTH  Most troubles Afflicting Women Are  '    Due to Poor Blood.,-  To every woman belongs the right  to enjoy a healthy, active life; yet  nine out of ten suffer from some form  of bloodlessness. That is why one  sees on every side pale, thin cheeks,  dull eyes and drooping figures-^-sure  signs of headaches, weak backs, aching limbs and uncertain health. All  weak women should win the right to  be well by refreshing their weary bodies with the new, rich, red blood that  promptly transforms . them^ into  healthy attractive women. This new,  red blood is suppied by Dr. Williams'  Pink Pills, which reaches every organ  and every nerve in the body. Through  the use of these pills thousands of  women have found beh-efit when suffering from anaemia, indigestion,  general weakness . and those  ailments from which    women    alone  By Marie Belmont.  The apron of unbleached muslin, is-  /admirable for summer wear. Many of  these creations are designed so that  they take the place of the house dress.  The model illustrated Is fashioned with  short sleeves and the upper part is cut  long enough to blouse over the sash  of cretonne. It Is really a slip-over  affair as the bacK Is closed except for  a small opening at the top which allows an easy exit from Its enveloping  folds. A band of cretonne outlines  the square cut neck as well as the  sleeves and pocket. A cretonne flower  decorates the front.  AN cinstropped -blade gets  duller eeveYy sha^p. The  best edge will break down with  ' use. A dull blade is simply an  unstropped blade.. Therefore,  to attain shaving happiness, you  must have a blade, which can be  stropped- quickly, -easily, and  without being* taken out of tbe  frame,   j  ���������The Valet AutoStrop Razor is-  the only safety razor which  meets all these conditions. Let  your dealer demonstrate it to  you and you will be convinced.  500 perfect shaves are guaranteed with every dollar package  of blades.  Razor, strop and 12 blades in assortment of cases, $5.00 th������ set. Ftaey  sets sxp to $16.50.  AutoStrop Razosj  * ~sli-tpa~. ttsetxt  1   .    ~   t-.*-~~������> m.     < .       "-*���������*      at    '  -v   . arm  Anfo Strop Safety Razor Co.,  'P.   '   P     Limited,       '  Z -  TORONTO.  Jl  suffer. Among the many women who  offered, and as all are equipped witb, tell of the good Dr. Williams' Pink  open-top observation cars through J,Pills have done them is Mrs. L. Hicks,  the mountains an excellent view of I Round Hill, N.S., who says: "I became very much run Tdown in health;  my blood seemed weak and watery,  my strength failed, and I was so eas-  the magnificent scenery may be had.  Any Agent of the Canadian Pacific  will be pleased to give further particulars and make thc necessary arrangements for the trip.  .Smiths Falls, Ont.-~" I suffered with  falling of my organs, pains around my  heart and in bowels nnd down my legs,  neuralgia in mjfface and head, and that  teirrible sinking fee)ing. I -felt that I  could not live and would fix my house in-  order every night so there would be no  trouble if 1 dropped off in the night.  My husband wont to the druggist to get-  tho best romody he bad and be gave  him LydiaE. Pinkham's Vegetable Com-  Eound. I took six bottles and felt n lot  ettor. I will always recommend the  Vegetable Compound, and you can use  these, facta as a testimonial.",-- Mrs.  J.' O. Church, Box 845, Smiths Palls,  Oht.  The success of Lydia E. Pinkham's  Vegetable Compound, mado from roots  am,a herbs, Is unparalleled. It may be  used with perfect confidence by women  who suffer from nervous prostration,  displacements, inflammation, jilcera-  tion, irregularities, ^periodic pains, backache, bearing-down feeling, flatulency,  indigestion and dizziness. Lydia E.  Pinkham's Vegetable Compound Is the*  standard remedy for female ills,   y  If there are any complications about  which you need advice, write to confidence to Lydia B. Pinkham Medicine  -t-o., Lynn, Mass,  * - ." '"  Ifif-i*n 1���������**--r ��������� -.* 1 v���������!.������������������nm 1���������tii.m-T.irr r"~'i'rrr.���������-y���������'-'ir'n-riTin���������-ii���������^������������������^'^���������^l"^���������, * '-���������)---i-t-vti't���������-*-*- ������������������"���������i "-y  -amtrntmrnt���������mim ���������������������������������������'��������� ������������������  a. w*m*mtmammm*t������'mmimtrmmm-i*.imr+a0miAi'i'a*10-*mm0mtimmm~iiui+, i !������������������>���������������. mhwiw���������  W. 'N.   V,   -$79     *'    "::  Hides Do Not Figure  A provincial manufacturer assures  us that thc. price of hides is not a factor in the cost of shoes. A prominent labor man declares that the labor  cost in a pair of shoes represents only  about a dollar.. One must conclude  that the price of an expensive pair of  shoes must be caused by something  like spontaneous generation.���������Hamilton Herald. ���������"  For Frost Bites and Chilblains.���������  Chilblains come from undue exposure  to "slush and cold and frost-bite from  the icy winds of winter. In the  treatment of either an excellent preparation is Dr. Thomas' Eclcctric Oil,  as it counteracts the inflammation and  relieves the pain. The action of the  oil is prompt and its application is extremely simple.  immammmnmtitnummi  m ,  i���������n���������in���������iplin  Work Doesn't Kill.  How much trustworthy evidence is  there to show that the hurry and the  overcrowding of modern civilization  push men into premature graves?  London, New York and Chicago have  each a death rate very near the lowest ever known; octogenarians are  more and more common, and" active  business men atnsixty-five are so numerous that they attract no attention.���������Youth's Companion,  ily tired that my work was a burden.  I had ofte,n read about Dr. Williams'  Pink Pills and decided to try them,  and I can truly say that after, using  three boxes I found myself gaining,  and under a further use of the pills  all my old-time energy and vitality  was restored. Out of my own experience I can strongly recommend  this medicine."  You can get Dr. Williams' Pink  Pills through any dealer in medicine  or by mail at 50 cents a box or six  boxes for $2.50 from The, Dr. Williams' Medicine Co., Brockville, Ont.  .   Icebergs Carry Strange Freight.  . Icebergs sometimes carry strange  freight. Onc of the flat-topped variety, 100 feet high, was seen in mid-  Atlantic bearing three vessels 'on its  icy summit. Another, near the Banks  of Newfoundland, had seyeral Polar  bears walking about on it.  With so ^thorough a preparation at  hand as Miller's Worm Powders the  mother who allows her children to  suffer from the ravages of worms is  unwise and culpably careless. A child  subjectd to the attacks of worms is always unhealthy, and will-be stunted in-  its growth. It is a merciful act to  rid it of these .destructive parasites,  especially when it can be done without difficulty. y     ���������  Off the northwest coast of Australia  there used to be a beautiful island 13  miles long. But it gradually ' sank  until-it disappeared entirely, and at  the" latest reports of-.sounding, it was  found to be 50 feet below the surface  of the water.  Written Sixty Years  Ago  *   .p..  Time Was Not TUpe for End of the  World, *  I   should * have   felt more nervous  about the late comet if I had thought  the* world was ripe.     But it is srery  green yet, if I am not mistaken; and  besides there is a great deal of coal  to use up, which I cannot bring myself ta think was made for nothing.  If certain things,   which   seem to me  essential to a millennium, had come  to pass^F should have been frightened; but I wasn'tl  >  *  Those Having: Sick Animals  SHOULD  USE '3  Our slogan _ for the coming year  should.be, "Buy at Home." Add to  your own and your neighbor's prosperity by keeping thc money circulating in our own district.  Good for all throat and chest diseases. Distemper, Garget, Sprains, Bruises, Colic*  Mapffe, Spavins, Running Sores, etc., etc.  Should always be in the stable.���������SOLD  EVERYWHERE.  ^i������:i.!iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii(iiiiiiiiiiii!itiiiiiiiiiiiuig  s  *s  Wonderful powers of memorizing  facts are possessed by a Yorkshire  laborer, ^cho has mentally stored  away 31,000 items of general Information"  A man's idea of a good memory is  one that enables him to forget everything prejudicial to bis own interests.  When Hollo way's Corn Remover is  applied to a corn Jt kills the roots  and thc callosity comes out without  injUry to the flcshY      , Y v  ���������'..  '.' 1 ��������� ". ��������� * *  Do Or .Die*  '   Brown.���������Walters is, crazy about etiquette.     He read in a book-that In  the best society the,wife ladles out  the soup and hc has given up soup.  Green.���������-Why?  Brown.���������Because lie, has no wife.  | The Endurance of Your  f Automobile, Truck, or Tractor  MM '  s Depends not only upon the time of Lubrication*  a but the kind of Lubrication.  I WHITMORE'S AUTO GEAR  PROTECTIVE COMPOSITIpIT |  Add* 50096 to Gear Life.   Thousand* of teste  Ei  5  i Minard's   Liniment  where. v  for sale evcry-  ��������� Wise mothers who know the virtues  of Mother Graves' Worm Exterminator always havc it at hand, because It  proves its value, *  In Hawaii it lias been found that  weeds can be kept down in sugar  plantations by covering the fields  with paper, which is easily penetrated  by the sharp sugar cane shootft..  In some of the out-of-the-way rurAl  districts in England, the people hive a  superstitious , belief thar ointment  (Should never be applied with tho Erat  finger, as that finger It venomou4  S3"  MM  ~-  mm'  5  MM  W  3  'S3-  ��������� ~~,  (MM  ''  ���������Hi ���������'  5  s  iWHITMORESA  'AUTO GEARY  have been conducted by Lubricating expert*  to demonstrate the relative efficiency of  various lubricant*. The result* of these  test* conducted pver year*, Iim fixed the  choice of sixteen v leading. manufacturer*.  These manufacturer* include J  Tho largest builder of fine car* In th������ world |  The largest builder of track* in th* world}  The largest builder of axles in the world j  The largest builder of worm gear* Ut th*  ���������\world._"  Many lubricant* contahn add. They not  only fail to counteract friction, bat ar*  themselves barmiul end corfistr-B te fssur  and bearing surface*.  Whitmore'f Anto Ceil Compositions  Contain No Adds  They are proof against heat and cannot break dow������ or ������������������eei������ out  In the Panama Canal Emergency Dam*, *ht million pound* reit Oft  an unbroken film of WHITMORIPS. . .    ���������  After an exhaustive test the U.S. Army contracted for it* txcfailvt  use. Manufactured tar The WMt������*<������������* Manufacturing Ca, Lubricating Engineer*, Cleveland, Ohio.  CanadianAutomotiveSalesCompany  O-iwiHmi Belling Agnta  Toronto      Wlnnipe*      Reftf-a*.     Montreal  ���������.iVi'zL,"x\'rz4x ><4������a$%Si  "mtHtphon* 4������vtx.    . ftl**ji***J <ft*W������  iiiuuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiuiuiiuuttumimimimiiiuiniuitiHUfiiiimajm  e  e  !f'2jS*erp*r  V BEAD  The finest product of the oven; in  either White, Brown, or the  ���������rrk^vw*.***li* tfft    ���������**���������**,������������������.**���������������������������%������.���������������*���������*���������*.'���������"      lia^A-r  THE GRESTON REVIEW  Issued every Friday at Creston.' B.C.  Subscription : $2.30 a year in advance*  S3.00 to U.S. points.  C. F. Haybs, Editor and Owner.  CRESTON, B.C., FRIDAY, AUG. 12  A Thnely Boost  is will be found necessary to use it  on the land..,  ������������������ - In the undertaking those, directly interested -have shown double-  barreled enterprise: " In practical  fashion they" provide themselves  with a very essential utility, and in  .X   I  It costs money to live on tbe hill section at Kaslo, Fuel dealers charge$1 a,  covet extia for wood' delivered up the  gtade.  * "The G.W.V.A. at' Grand Forks are  giving open air dances this ;r.;>nth���������  on fche ,1av/n ih tbe rent- of the courthouse. -- r    P-      '   . 4    ' . Y  LAND FOR SALE  uxxvr |nueriu^i|j oi  ix      A.1-���������.  ti,   i/iiey  , rt-f'-t^ii.? y~-? .rrT-',   :-n* ih- ���������; -  > -,      -  Subrlot64rof yLot^4595, .containing  180 acres, approximately, ^l2Qyflfcre6  good land, considerable. timber,, small  streani on ^property, situated, about a  iniJ^fronaYthe -Alice- Siding "school.  Frice,$^J00.fY Terms.' FoVturther particulars* apply vtoj the ownerrG/As M.  YOUNG; Creston, B.O.'v      j     .  ri.   . r-r    '.' .-.'   ��������� " . -i" i. : ���������*.'������ ,' ���������r "-Ij... .i~ ������-,-.- ' -.  CAKES  Cookies,   Doughnuts,   Swiss   Koll.  Wedding and Birthday Cakes  made to order.  A full line &fChocoiates and  Candies carried in stock.  Fresh Fruits in season  Our  goods   haye   always   pleased  others- *r we feel sure yon will  find them satisfactory.  BERT NORRIS  Postoffice Blk. CBBSTON  Shoe Repairing  Men's  Half Soles, $1.25  Women's Half Soles, $1.00  Guaranteed for 6 months.  Alex. Mirabelli  Shoemaker   - -    CKESTON  A timely and well reasoned editorial on Kootenay Flats drainage  appears in~ a recent issue of the  B.C. Farm and Honie, in which  strong endorsation is given of the  move about to be made to determine its feasibility. Here is the  concluding paragraph of the article:  "The  burden   of taxation   rests  equally heavy on all parts of rural  Briiieh Qolumhia; there is only one  thing that  can sent-ibly* reduce it  without  injuring  the prospects of  better roads and further badly needed public works;  that - one thing is  greater  land   settlement   so   that  there will   be   more   shoulders   to  carry a burden of taxation largely  entailed by the geographical extent  of the* province  and the extended  government  thereby made   necessary.     The reclamation and settlement of ]������ootena,r FIs.ts would 'f.-dd  about  five   hundred taxpayers   to  our   present   number  and   would  therefore be in the  best interests of  every farmer in the province."  Rich In Siifferfaf, and from  Tu&erculin-tested Cows  CREAM FOR SALE  at all times  7 Quarts or 14 Pints for $1.00.  Enterprise at Canyon  MOUNTAIN VIEW RANCH  WALTER V. JACKSON  Provided there  arises  no undue  amount of feeling of, any sort in the  community,    heartiest - - commendation is due the  dozen, and a half  residents of Canyon   City   district  who have just  completed arrangements to install a  domestic water  supply of sufficient pipe proportion  to make it ayailable for irrigation,  pre videdj those interested can agree  on a satisfactory rotation system of  taking  the wetness for that pur-  pose the. two or three  months that  iit������ve  nub  found it necessary to secure the all  too common government assistance  either by way of a loan or in any  other direction.  In addition to showing enterprise  the getting undervway of the undertaking reflects a well-deserved  confidence in the Canyon district���������  by those who are willing to pat  their own money and labor into it,  as well as by those who are willing  to borrow the needed cash,���������and  those who are willing to loan it for  suclf a project. " That such an investment will prove a paying one  goes without saying, particularly  .with the practical and progressive  type of land operator interested.  In the last three years it is quite  safe to say that on the ranches of  the prospective' water users enough  money has been lost, due to the dry  seasons shortening up the berry  crops alone, to more than meet the  erst of installing irrigation���������to say  nothing at alK of* the lost time and  inconvenience suffered through not-  having a domestic water supply.  While other parts of the Vallev  are talking irrigation Canyon's  move to avail itself of such a needful utility in such whole hearted  fashion deserves more than passing  mention Without water in some  abundance no dis^ritt that invarir  ably goes without rain for a month  or more at a stretch in the midst of  the growing season can ever attain  maxiumum production���������or prosperity���������and of such,* it surely has been  demonstrated is Creston Valley.  mgfx  "*"-*    *r.     L-frttf" ��������� b  .li-H  (<--.������.  Teach the Children  Tw&cii yoBF easldr-sn to save' their aaoiieyy StartMfoe  boy with a, savings bank ^ccorant, arid eneoisraga him  another fifty from your own pocket,     y - : sy   !  ?  Jm .' xr     - ������������������        .V <- *��������� r        ii- -       r-.  AH patrosiSo large or small, are sssured eborteotos  ������������m<fi0 in ������very branch of this bank-     ���������   y  ,"3  80S  imperial; bank  -'Tt- -   axts* its amrji*.m+m       ( .ji   ���������    * ^ -     '  caaEsfdSTBRANGH;  C. W. ALLAN,  Manager.  Me. sin  I  **-   t  IS  ���������qPfll  1  Are YouTHainking of Travelling  HHKE Travelled Chsques.issued by this Bank are  <*> payable (without delay for identification) at all  die principal point* In Canada, the United States,  Mexico* West Indies, .South America or Europe either  through one of our 535 branches or by the correspondents who represent us throughout the world.  You will <"������<* these cbeqn������ a very convenient and sale way off  esffsviag tout funds. *������*  THE CANADIAN BANK  OF COMMERCE  PAID-UP CAPITAL       -        -        $15,000,000  RESERVE FUND .  .     .  *.    $15,000,000  CRESTON BRANCH, C. G. Bennett; Manager.  Fob Sale���������Tent 14 x 10, horse, wagon.    W. K. Brown,-Creston.  j .   - -. -,-M'<* x *''--'.  f Fob Sale���������Fordrt cjit-,. perfect running order.'        Terms if.required,- to responsible person- ,, Apply Box 78, Re  view Office.  For Salb���������Stock, saddle in firs-}  class shape, saddle blanket, riding  quirt, riding bridle; 'the. whole outfit  foi $25.    Mawtton Brothers.  'Burnt P.-  F&remim  EMPLOYMENT  CROPS   1  ^  i>.  MORAL:   Be Careful with Fire  Crompton V a la Grace  and Gossard's  DOING  ANY  BUILDING  or  FIXING UP  m  We can  supply  Portland  Cement  ume  "es  Lath  JLumber  ai) sizes and  grades.  j-  Canyon City Lumber Company  LIMITED  New Styles and  Priees oh  the above just placed in stock.  220. White, for slender figures ..:....,.,  $1.60  310. White Coutil; for medium figures.:    2.25  414. Pink Coutil, low bust !...".             .'........   2.50  636. Pink Coutil, low bust ,.-.���������., y.1,.., ��������� .-   3.35  413. White, medium bust  ...::... ..;.������������������.������    2.50  665. * Light weight, low bust, elastic top ".....   3.35  535. Medium figure ,'..:...... ; '.    3.00  504. Auti Pon, large figure ,........:.        3,76  419. Sizes 24 to 30, large figure .;....,;..,......    3.50  241. Pink, front lace Gossard's.......,..,.........���������.:.:....;.... : 3;75  ���������'".'., ,***..,':''  I.  . ...   -,   ..* *.. ������������������:, ,ee .    '������������������  ''.'....y*.-".'*,   '*���������'  ;  Gossard Brassiers and Camisoles  ,  from 6Sc; up  ��������� " ' '      ,'���������> v.'"' ���������'   ���������i ,' y '     .-':���������! '���������" ��������� ������������������ ,; :     z  iiHHMNHHHMMaMlli^^  IfiBSTOn ii-p.*
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Although we have been h&yicg typ-{ |
ical.aumtner weainer almost since Iiie J ~
first of June the local ice supply looks
good to last out'the seasonT , H. 8.
McCreath commenced the month with
a. stock of 20 toris,^ but'tho 'ice cream
parlor stocks are getting low*
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- Bibth���On July 27th,. to  Mr.   and
Mrs. H. Walkey, a son. - .-.
Pictures framed  and. enlargements
made at Aeher's studio, Creston.
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. eUBISIg ,1108
850 l.o.b��
.As up to date as any car.
No better Lighting and
Starting System made,
Call and see. the-latest.
Creston Auto* Supply
Get your  photo
studio. Creston.
taken'  at  A&her's
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This is the' first question that presents itself
to the housewife if an
unexpected visitor drops"
in for a meat But why
Shamrock Brand
Hams and Bacon
Cooked Ham
Lunch Meat
Bologna, <fec.
are .always to be bad
here. In meats nothing,
quite equals "Shamrock*
. H. K. Oatway was a business yisitor at Nelson a couple of days the,latter part of the west. -
Copeland baseball team will be here
for a game with '.Greston baseball
team on Sunday afteruooh at 3 o'clock*
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The evening of Labor Day, Monday,
Sept. 5th, has been" booked by the orchestra for a'fiance in Mercantile Hall.
Services in Christ Church ��n Sun
���day will be at 8 a.m., which will be
communion onlyi and evensongat J.l-0.
.Mrs. Coffey of Fernie is spending a
few days with Creston friends this
week, and is the guest of Mrs." Geo.
Johnson. -- *   ��� .
Fob - Sai*e���Part Jersey cow and
calf, one 2-year old heifer, one bay
saddle pony. Mrs. - T. Anderson.
Slightly used mahogany piano,
splendid tone and condition, reasonable price, and terms if necessary.
Speers* Store.
Mr. and Mrs. Johnston of London.
Ont., arrived last week nn a visit to
Creston friends, and are guests of Mr.
and Mrs. Couiijig.
Nurse Amy Ebbutt .of Lethbridge,
Alta., arrived home on Saturday for
her usual month's summer holiday
with her parents heie.
All members of the Bod & Gun Club
are asked to attend a special meeting.
cial police work. Mrs. Vaehon and
two children are leaving today to join
"him      '        .    . -
Fob Sa��b���Stock saddle in fire**
class shape,' saddle blanket, riding
quirt, riding bridle; the whole outfit
for $25.   M&wsori Brothers.
F* Wells arrived from Lethbridge,
Alta., on Sunday, and has taken
charge off the Jba^ber* end of tbe business at the old Hatfield barber shop and
tt.tnim.mtA   mZmmlim.-     " '
High School Principal Brousson left
the Batter pitrt ��f the week for Winni-
'frog, Mao.�� * whei-e be Is spending a
short Vacation -With friends at the
Manitoba capital.
- WAMTBao-r-Live agent in Creston
district to* Watkins 137 Products.
Watkins goods known -everywhere.
Other territories, open. Write toddy.
The J. B. Watkins Co., Winnipeg.
.Creston Board of Trade will meet in
August session on Tuesday night.
Besides'much important routine business the Reclamation Committee will
have an interesting report to make.
. Wynndel baseball team, with Baes
pitching, and reinforced by at least
Outs other local .player, handed a mixed
Creston tea si a beating at baseball on
Sunday afternoon by a score of 12 to 8.
Wood���-Osiers for wood, drv or
green cut tamarac or slabwnod, for
immediate or future delivery, may be
left at office of E. Mallandaine, or
given to - Henderson, McKinhon &
Eby, Creston.   ;
Tb�� reportrfor July of Miss MrLKh-
enry showed 88 in the ehane.     July
10th was the coolest touch, 41 .being ire*
corded that morning. ;   ".
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Hon'. E. D. Barrow, minister of ag-.
rjculture, and CoL I^vies^ cbairtnan
of the, Laqd Settlement Board.'.aniy*;
ed on Tuesday, and' left'imanediately
for Lister, where they are tnsshig!'a
yisit of inspection, and -meeting.'the
soldier settlers *to di^cuas!. Bsatt��rs.of
policy in connection''with1"- the 'Lister
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night, August 9th, at 8.30.
Ted'Mawson left on Mo"d��y fo? Be
gina.-and will spend fhe next couple .of
months at harvesting and threshing
operations in Saskatchewan.
Fob Saxjb���Team work horses. 4 and
5 years old. both mares, weight 2600.
Also harness and wagon. $350 for
whole outfit.   John~ Davis, Lister. B.C
The vital statistics for the Valley for
July show eight; biRBs, no -marriages
dnd but one death. Of the: new arrivals it was a caseyof four boys and
four girls. "' Y      Y z" - _
The August meeting of the Women's
Institute will be held Friday, 19th���a
week later than the usual date, due to
some of the officers being away on
vacation trips.
FobSai^���li-ton dray, new; work
team and harness, light- team, saddle
horses if nd saddle. Apply O. Bates,
on ranch neattto Davis (Geo. Huscroft)
place, Creston.
* ~~. A. Vaehon got nway on Monday
to Salmo, to which point he bits lieen
transferred to take - charge of provin-
A Big Saving in
Careful shoppers will find it much to their advantage
to investigate   the  lines   mentioned   below..
The values are exceptional, and the goods are
those which have received heartiest approval
this season.
EadieV White Drill Skirts, reg, 3;50 at $ %.1o
Ladies' Lawn Underskirts, ree. 1.80 at  1.25
-. Ladies'-House Dresses, reg. 3.75 at  2.50
Ladies' Allover Aprons, reg. 1.75 at  1.00
Children's Pongee Dresses, reg. 3.25 at          2.00
Children's Gringhara Dresses, reg. 1.50 at...���  1.00
Boys' Wash Suits, reg. 1.75 at   .���....,.,  1.25
Fine Pongee Silk, per yard reg, 1.60 at ,, 1.15
Wash well Gingham, reg. 85 at ������  05
500 yards Print at 30c. yard
Big reductions have been made to ensure a quick
clearance.   Shop now.   Save money at these
an, the Valley's Red Cross public
health nurse, shows her to have made
33 nursing visits. 78 advisory, 70 child
welfare, ��0 social service,*- and to haye
token charge of 13 classes.
This week will about wind up the
raspwjrry Snipping, but despite .a very
dry July fronj present apearahces it
would tbok as if the total efeport from
the Vaiiey would be~in tbe neighborhood of 5000 crates this year.
H. McLareit of Salmo. who succeeds
E. A, Vachon'-as provincial police
officer at Creston, arrived on Monday
to take over his work. Mrs.-McLaren
and the children are expected to join
bins before the end of the week."'
Why pay rent? ��� Buy laad and build
your own house; see what you will
save in rent ifc'' a" few yearsi Y Go to
Rose eSs ^muions asid ask aboiiC'those
two lwt& ihey have for snle in gooa location for a residence near park.
For Saijb���Complete ^assortment of
high class mahogany and oak household furniture, and one Mason & Bisch
piano good as new. Also Kootenay
range, kitchen utensils and* quantity,
of fruit jas-r*.   R. Lam<>niY Creston.
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The fall fair paize list committee
will this week complete the work of
revising the awards to be .made, at
Creston's 1821 fall fair, and will haye
the printed p-j-oze list in the hands of
exhibitors about tbe end of the month.
** ~ At the meeting of the school board
on Monday night the bid of Mr. Burner for the janitoiship for this term wtis
accepted. There were about ten applications for the work this trip, aa
compared with but three a yearago.
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Considerable routine business was
put through at the July meeting of
the Mod & 6i{i> Club meetingon Thursday night. -The 1921 g��me regulations
just issued provide for a deer shooting
season to open Sept. 17 and close on
Vim.. 15.
The Mercantile .Company are this
week putting on a clexrmice sale of
women's, hoys', girls1 and uhild��*en'8
white canuits rubber sbled shoes,
which are going at 10 per cent, below
wholesale price. See display in
Coal*���II. S. McCreath will have his
fli-flt car of Gait coal in this week, and
those in need of fuel for early fall use
should get a supply out of this car.
Price is the same as last scmson, $12 a
ton, bnt you save money by taking delivery direct from the car.
The public health committee would
very much appreciate it if. all thoue
who have promised contributions to
the public health nurwe fund would
pay tho amount due by them on the
guarantee. A prompt response* will
very much expedite August flouncing,
Fred Hy ok mail, ludlati constable,
Fort Steele, was here a couple of days
tho for* part of the week, superyiaing
the erection of some wire fencing on
tho Indian hay lands on the flute
which will give the reds lens pasture
tiuigc, but Inereatwd atea on which to
ewtfe-ed, '    *
Tlu* ofllclal woatlw report for July
sliowti the Valley to havo Imm favored
with a mi in full of Jusfc ��tiotyti two thlrdi
of an Inch.   The hoM^fcdayof the
mmtb wm the \%b�� nv^rn the' tner**
The show window of Norris* bakery
has attracted a lot of attention the
past few days, the attroeUon being a
six stoiy wedding cake which will fig.
ure in a matrimonial event at Erickson on_Tuesday. 'TJoth for size and artistic finish throughout tlse cake was
quite the most attractive ever seen
here. ' - "   .
- Messrs. Schade and Nickel were motor visitors at Bonners Ferry on Thursday last, and were present at all the
excitement attendant upon, the cap.1
tore of the two daylight robbers who
held up First State Bank officials that
morning ard loaded up' with about
$8000 in bail!* and a quantity of Liberty Bonds. --    '
Miss Phyllis Lyne got home on Sunday from Corvaliis. Ore., where she
has just completed a successful four
year course in the state agricultural
college at that prynt. She will spend
August at her home here, returning
in September to teach'the domestic
science course in one of the city schools
near Portland. Ore.
The Women's Institute garden
party at- the home of Mrs. Lyne on
Wednesday night was both an enjoyable and successful socsal function.
The dining room was cleared for dancing, and was kept quite busy all eve^
ning, while refreshments of all sorts
At ��� a special meeting of Creston
sch<K>l boaid, on Monday night, tend,
ers for this year's janitor work were
opened and it was decided to offer the
po��ition to Mr. Barner, whose bid was
ihe best of the haif-dosen received. It
was decided ��� to utilize the backroom
of the new 2-room school that is-under
construction 'for the primary depart.
asenit tfe;s tsns, afid insurance up to
^xiGG wiii be placed on the new' school.
The board instincted the secretary
to write a letter te" Principal 'Smith
congratulating him on his exception,
ally fine. work with the pupils at this
year's Entrance to High School examinations, and a letter will also be sent
Principal Brousson of the High
School, who is at present out of town,
asking him to attend a special mee'C-
ing of the board this month to discuss
the ^unsatisfactory results obta'n-
ed by him at this year's High School
examinations. The board also put
through the requisite resolution to
protect the school in case this year's
poor showing is repeated in 1922.
Owing-to the attendance of pupils
froia Orestes schssl district being
sufficient to tax the capacity of Creston High School it will not be possible
to allow scholars from outside schools
to attend the local high school for the
102122 term.
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v.i*vixt^ttvnta~ xt.*- gtcu>
4Ug.     After paying all expenses
affair will net the Institute $25.
C. H. Robinson . of Nelson, fishery
inspector for the Kootenays, was here
on an official visit on Tuesday.   Judg-
Penticton board of trade now has a
niembereuip of almost 90, huu is about
the most active organization in that
town.  ,
ing by the few complaints heard the
fish laws are being pretty generally respected about the only kicks registered lieing as. to some anglers taking
home trout under* the legal size of 8
inches, and " occasionally ~ some are
guilty of a catch in excess of the 25
pei-.day.allcwance. -.
Loyal Orange Ledge, Ro. 2095
Teach month at Mercantile
Hall.   Visiting brethren cordi- .
*tlv invetaij
" *""' *"* ERIC OLSON. W.M
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Private Hospital
Ugisstd lyProvlg^aiS9fen��is��t
Particular attention given all female _
troubles.     Homelike apartments for
ladies  awaiting  accouchment.    Best
nsedica* practitioners in   attendance.
Write or phone for appointments.
Highest references.
Reasonable terms.
Inspection invited.*
^MRS. MOORE, Matron.        ...
Mr! Asher."3who"' is taking1 ther*seis J���^f^AJ^^'^l%6,i^*������ fiwi^ifci-,-1
yiee8 In the Methp&3tF���hu!ch duHngl ||J| ff(fg-jfE PRIffATEHOSl lint
the holiday Of* Pastor Knox, demon*    ' *' "' '
st rated, versatility as a speaker on Sunday night by' addressing the congregation from a text that had been handed him just as he entered,,the pulpit
that evening by a member of the
Yonng People's Sociefeys delivering*
timely address on the text. *'Benbld I
lay in Sion a stumbling stone."
Falls & Baker St.   MELSON, B.C.
" Phone 372. * P.O. Box 772
Small mouth black bass are being
caught this season in - the Kootenay
River near the ferry���the first time
on record that this species of the finny
tribe has ever-been taken in any Kootenay stream. They are supposed to
have come down stream from Bonners
Ferry, at which point a considerable
quantity of bass fry wab deposited in
the river three or four years ago*
Some specimens as heavy as two
pounds have been taken by the local
Indians. .
Following last week's visit of Rev
J. H. White, superintendent of missions, announcement is made that permission has been given Creston Methodic congregation to sell their present
church site and to move the church
building onto the half-acre lot adjoining the pursonage. Already a 20 foot
strip bus been sold*to R. McLeod,.
which will give him a nice side entrance to his praperty, which is next
to the church. Tho balance of the
lot, which has a frontngo -of about 100
feet on Victoria Avenue, will be placed
on sale at once, with the idea of hav-
ing the church inoyed to its new site
early In the fall.
d^N ���
. Suihscripttons to The
Months will be recsived
by us till JULY 23 far
the small sum of $1.50
12\ cents per copy.
After that  date the old
price will take effect
which will be $3.00���
single copies 30 cents*
'rama -txm       -a ~        a
The Mechanical
of your oardependB
to ennoideirable extent'
upon    the   oaro   it   geta
Promptness and careful attention to details are notable
feature�� of our work.
Atcessorlisjlns, Oils, &c.
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-v':". I C       -'      '���������Hi!?* **!  '   ."**- ??:. 'r.  TfrT   .**Y'Y YY^rY-- -Y^r*-Y-^Y;..���������.tv.",-' rTY  THE     RWIEVT,     CRESTON.      R.     .0.  Knew His Name  ���������������������������''J-iy.*??-���������? r-W^iiApLtr>  Zipy-Ap,.:- >;v-;?%^������N3ii; *^y  CISRE BROS. WESTtitft, iimiitu - VtriNHirclO  Send mne. -Frew������. &13 *p&-r������l*sui*ar8 about  HECLA <Plpc������r PIpe!o������8>   Fufnace*  Name ���������i> Address.  Xke Menace of Bolshevism  r  During recent months, reference in the press of Canada to the activities  of the radical socialistic Bolbhevik and Communist movements have not  been as frequent as was the case a year or so ago, but this does not mean  that the menace to our free British institutions has passed. Notwithstanding the anxieties and arduous duties at present imposed on the statesmen of  Great Britain because of the troubles in Ireland, the complex problem of  world disarmament, and the gigantic financial difficulties to be overcome  following the Avar, leaders in government in the Old Country are not overlooking the danger that still threatens from the Bolshevik propaganda.  A committee of the House of Lords, under the chairmanship of the  Duke of Northumberland, spent several months of investigation and rx<  search into the activities of these revolutionary organizations and in a  report recently issued it is stated that there is overwhelming evidence that  an International conspiracy exists which aims at the destruction of all existing institutions of government and society, of all religion, of all moral laws,  and aii property rights, throughout Great Britain, Canada and other Overseas Dominions.  This report sets forth that the main points in the Revolutionary programme are:���������  (1) The national power of Great Britain and other Allied States is to  be broken down by the fomenting of internal revolutions, through appeals to  class hatr'e'd, and by efforts to obtain greater freedom and privileges for one  class of people.     Governments which are strong are to be weakened by the  The Poet Whittier's Dog Was An intelligent Animal.  ���������  During,one of the last birthday celebrations of the poet Whittier, he was  visited by a celebrated oratorio singer.     The lady was asked to sing, and',  seating herself'at the .piano, she ���������ber  gan    the ' beautiful    ballad,    "R.obin  "Adair."     She rh'a& hardly .begun when  Mr Whittierls -p^t dog came*������into the  room and, seating himself by'her side,  watehed her as if fascinated, and listened with a delight unusual 'for    an  animal.     When she finished he came  and put his paiy very gravely into her  hand and licked her cheek.      "Robin  takes   that  as a tribute  to himself,"  said  Mr.  Whittier.      "He  also  is a  'Robin  Adair.'"*     The  dog,  hearing  his  own  name,  evidently  considered  that he was   the  hero  of  the   song.  From that moment, during the lady's  visit, he was her devoted attendant.  He kept by her side when she was  indoors,  and accompanied her when  she went to walk.      When she went  away,  he  carried  her satchel In  his  mouth to the gate, and watched her  dparture with every evidence of   distress.���������St. Nicholas.  ���������m ->������ 5-W CS is? 48 s ������* 5** ^Cfe'S'HF t~\ ,m0m\  ������J-���������������&������ft.E!M% \mr*%J~\*m\\.mf W &*U;  v~  .1 ���������tat'-sT* 0-\\'% flfll  Mail Found Operation  Was Not Uecessary  PAINFUL DIARRHOEA  CRAMPS IN STOMACH  "I was doubtful about Tanlac* until  I tried it myself and now I know it  "t"   r  does everything that is claimed for  it," said Jacob Popp, well-known and  prosperous grain grower of McNutt,  Sask. .-  - "I had a bad form of stomach  trouble for sixteen years, which was  steadily growing worse as time passed. I did not dare eat heavy food or  pastry and at times I couldn't retail*  a thing on my stomach, not even a  glass of water. I would.bloat up  with gas until my heart would beat  like a trip-hammer and I used to have  awful pains in my chest as well as in  the pit of my stomach. My liver was  ���������all out of order and I was bothered a  g09d.-deal.w1.th headaches.-. -I was in  suclr a bad fix T could'scarcely sleep  at night or work during the day. In  fact, I spent two weeks iw the hos-  operation-Ywas deferred and as soon  as I left-the hospital 1; began taking  Tanlac. f-    Y , ���������    ' "-���������*'���������������- /  "I can" hardly realize1 that so little .  medicine could do as. much good as  Tanlac has for-me,," .Although I took  only three -bottles,- I gained twenty-  eight pounds in weight and am eating, sleeping andf-^vorking better than  I have in many years. Tanlac la  truly a ^remarkable medicine." '  Tanlac is sold'by leadlhg druggists  everywhere.  -,.���������*, 4-*.r\Zlt. i-.4-t *-*- *i  xx- li \_r*_i<-*-*^ (-1UI1  xt     Qrxr0-.r,T.,   ii   xj\j\.i<xiimii,  Wiiiciz win pave tne way to auarcuyv  (2) Internationalism is to be taught.  (3) In every possible way influence is to be secured over.public officials.  (4) As religion: is the oral mainstay of all government, it. is to be  destroyed..*-.;   ' "', -.' . )'?     ��������� " Y* .''  (5) Property owning is to' be rendered impossible���������by means of a thousand laws, restrictions and taxes, thus bringing -about some form of State  Socialism, or Communism, or Anarchy. "  The Communist Party, directed and subsidized from Moscow, exerts its  power through magazines and printed matter, inoculating, ideas of Red  Revolution into'the-minds of the people, and by a process known as "boring  from within." Communist schools have .been* established for perverting  the young by the teaching of Communism and Atheism. Yin this conhec-'  tion it is important to note that there are over twenty weekly newspapers  in Canada teaching and preaching Socialism and Communism, many of  ,: them of the most radical kind.  ; -  Despite all his many other duties and responsibilities, David Lloyd  George, who is a radical of the sane and progressive type, felt impelled  recently to sound a word of warning.as to the danger that confronts British  institutions from this subtle enemy. The British Prime Minister is reported as saying: '    ��������� ���������    '       -  "Thc military danger is over, but there are greater, more insidious,  moro permanent dangers still remaining���������the dangers that have arisen  from thc new conditions in this and every land, the hew ideas that have  arisen, the new organizations that have suddenly risen into great powers.  What is the peril?5 It is the phenomenal rise to power of anew party, with  new purposes of the most subversive character. It calls itself Labor, but  it is really Socialist.  "If anyone doubts the reality of the danger, I would aslc himPto read  the Socialist and Labor papers. We rarely see them, and we do not quite  see what they are after, but what they write in these papers is repeated on  hundred? and thousands of platforms, to hundreds and thousands and millions of people. And thcy are beginning to believe i,t. Socialism is fighting, and you will find it in these papers���������to destroy everything that great  prophets and leaders labored for generations to build up. Private enterprise, individual effort, the stimulus of reasonable gain, the present*organisation of commerce, of industry, ot credits���������all that goes if this new system  wJiicii is being preached, succeeds. Even the political liberty which they  build v.p is being threatened."  Th-t old and.tried Labor organizations of Canada and thc United States  r.rn aware of the danger which threatens and are out combatting it. The  bu-jincY-- communities arc becoming more and more aware, of it. It is  time thc average man who loves thc little home he has built up by patient  effort and silf-donial, the man with his quarter or half section of land, the  men and women who know that in thc public school and the church are to  be found the real safeguards and guarantees of personal liberty and real  political freedom* should bestir themselves and vigorously oppose this  ci.cmy to aii that is de������.rc**.t and best in life,  Mr. Fred Funs ton, Craik, Sask;,  writes:���������"'A year ago last-harvest I  was tak������n with a sudden attack of  diarrhoea. which completely laid me  out, and in a few hours I had to quit  work. The cramps in my t stomach  were dreadful, the beads of ^perspiration would stand out on my face at  times I was in such great distress. At  last I got a chance to send to town  for a couple of bottles of Dr. Fowler's Extract of Wild Strawberry. I  used it according to the way I felt4  and soon obtained,a great change for  the better, for which I was very  thankful. Yt* don't know what the  cause of my sickness was except the  extremely hot weather and the active  work:of stooking the wheat.  Several of my Neighbors were taken the same as myself and had the  doctor -"attend them, but they didn't  get any great relief until I advised  them to use "Dr., Fowler's," when  they soon experienced, a* great change.  .���������,Dr.- Fowler's Extract of Wild  Strawberry:, has been,,on. the market  for the past 76 years and many cheap  imitations are being offeered to. the  public.  Be-sure arid get the genune put up  only by The T. Milburn Co.,.Limited,  Toronto, Ont.     Price, 50c a bottle.  The Keeping Of Poultry  Pamphlet Tells How Poultry Can Be  Made to Pay.  If resident in either town or country and you wish to know how best to  keep poultry and securejhc most satisfactory results, consult a pamphlet  treating of the subject prepared by  the Dominion Poultry Husbandman,  F. C. Elford, and recently issued by  the Department of Agriculture at Ottawa. The pamphlet can be had free  on applications to the Publications  Branch. It tells of how poultry can  be made to pay, how the birds should  be housed, and fed, how they should  Kf\~     klVUbVU  *:ir*-*~i*-m~->   *\a*A    C'tf ���������-������-������������������-������-���������*���������������������������  The Chinese are ahead of the world  in the preparation pf. roast pork for  the table. After it has conle out of  the oven, it is hung in ihe smoke of  various aromatic herb's, which gives  it a delicious flavor and robs it of the  porky "taste which is offensive, to  some palates.  SUMMER HEAT  HARD ON BABY  to- commence* keeping in' a small way,  the equipment that is desirable, how  to choose a breed, how to hatch and  rear, and how to gather, keep, or market the eggs. In short all the esscn  tials to success in, poultry keeping  home consumption or selling are  clearly and explicity explained. - In  the term poultry are1 included turkeys,  geese, ducks,- guinea fowls and  pigeons, the raising and care of which  are fully discussed.. Numerous illustrations of types of birds, and of  methods of housing and feeding contribute to make the pamphlet an invaluable compendium on ^poultry-  keeping and-marketing.  Stiii Walking  Edward Pays'on Weston Once Walked 500 Miles In Six Days.  Edward Payso'n'Weston, the pedestrian who was famous a generation  ago.-for his wonderful walking**feats.  is^'S'till-*hale and" hearty " at- the * age  of eighty-two years, so a newspaper  paragraph states. Even now he walks  thr,ee miles daily for 'his mail anl  several times a week takes a twelve-  mile-walk in the neighborhood of his  home, Plutarch, Ulster county, New  York, just to keep himself in condition. * Weston once walked 500 miles  in six days, and* 5,000, miles in 100  days.���������Outlook.  A Foe tb Asthma. Give Asthma  half a chance and it gains ground  rapidly. But give it repeated treatments of Dr. J. D. KelloggVs Asthma  f" 4 Remedy and it will fall back. There  TO is no half way measure about this  remedy. It goes right to work and  gives prompt relief. It reaches the  inmost breathing passages and leaves  no place for the trouble to lurk. Have  it by you for/^eady-use. vV'  A London policeman" is not permitted -to marry without the approval of his superior.  Unfit To Live-rMust Die  y This verdict is rendered, a thousand  times every week���������no corn can live,  it must pass out, drop off, if Putnam's  Extractor is applied toy corns and  warts. Use the old reliable "Put-  ham's" if never fails, 25c at all dealers.  mmmiimumwimmmmiummmumttmnm-  Have you noticed  how many of your neighbors  have changed  from .tea or  coffee  to  Instant Postum  Th* smooth, rich flavor of  this cereal Beverage appeals  X* .^m       a^M*^ mtm Mm dffh. 44m Am Mttx. Atlm ������ek ^M       m. Mx     am tttlt        MZmm^tm. 0*m  <so cite taste, and tx. is rree  m  '... mm. .mx-..-^ MbjyebriMNt.    Jeta.|i|h,^^b ~j00^^^^~ Mfa jHaA.W.      ^^m ���������mttxm^ttim^t^  rroxn amy element ot narvflu  Better mghts and brighter  * mornings usually resudUi   *  from Posi^cnro, In place -%%&  ������  tea or coffee. <  "Uteres a Reason  .. No season of the year is so dangerous to the life of little ones as is the  summer. The excessive heat throws  thc little .stomach out of order so  quickly that unless prompt aid is at  hand the baby may bc beyond all human help before the mother realizes  he is ill. Summer is the season when  diarrhoea, cholera infantum, dysentery and colic are in.ost prevalent.  Any one of these troubles may prove  deadly if not properly treated. During the summer thc mothers' best  friend is Baby's Own Tablets. \They  regulate the bowels, sweeten the  stomach and keep baby healthy. The  Tablets'rire'sold by medicine dealers  or by mail at 25 cents a box from  Thc Dr. Williams' Medicine Co.,  Brockville, Ont.  Thc "highbrow" girl was talking  "Think of it," she said.     "Imagine  those   Spanish   pirates   going.  3,000  miles  on a galleon?"   ���������    >  "Yes, dear," said the profiteers witc,  "but ..you  can't believe all you hear.]  about  those  foreign  cars!"���������London  Tit-Bits. '.     *   -.;. '-��������� /������������������ '��������� ,*y  Minard's Liniment Relieves Neuralgia  Japan arid Newfoundland are the  only countries that have put flowers  upon their postage, stamps. * Japan  uses the chrysanthemum in the centre of all thcir stamps and Newfoundland introduces a bouquet of thistle  ���������blojjs'ptns,;^ jpppZZ. Y;'Y      ....   Z%  MONEY ^ORDERS-  Tne sate way to send tno.ney by mail is by  Dominion  Express Money Order.  Screening the plants from certain  effects of sunlight, an English botanist has produced purple nasturtiums,  a color hertofore unknown.   -  America ������ Pioneer  Dog Remedies Y  .    ,   BOOK ON  DOQ   DISEASES  and How to Feci  Mailed    Free    to    a������y  Address by th������  :.    ��������� Author      :?'-  #H.   CLAY  GLOVER  f- CO.,   INC    v  118    West   31st-street,  New York. U.S.A.  -Minard's Liniment for Burns, etc.  Salmon skin is about thc best  waterproof material that can be worn.  The Eskimos use it for both shoes  and shirts.  iiii>ieii>)eiiwiieieii>ei>i<iie><ie>i>i>-  ZiyzQm.Zi:n.iM*.'  "BT-jf  ���������       *,mmV**AOt  Xttt attttttrml t*rt* 1 mt������  mt tmttt p.*)��������� * ******  *>nimZ*tt.\ swift**,  tm'.llmi,tntAlSt       ,  T* V!LS!l}~\J������~-i'-^2~~rm-'  -t?m;mmicmrm --wa "  **P  i A Successful Family  Hc was a young artist, and although  a very gifted man, the world had not  yet recognized what a man thcy h^d  amongst them.  Still, success was coming his way  little by little, and "he was proudly  telling his life story to a patron.  "A few years ago,", hc asserted, "I  was quite unknown, but now my work  is hung on thc line!''        .  Then a bitter thought flittered  through his brain, and he added:  "So is my wife's."���������London  Answers.  Drink Water When Tired.  Dr. Elba E Mosher urged lately thc  members of thc Women's Medical  Society of New York, to drink a gl������3s  of water at 10 a.m. and otHers at 3,  4 and 5 p.m. This, she told them,  would dilute the product! of fatigue!  which w������r*������ e*nte������r[ti|rif th������������ Wood and  causing the tired fceUngr.  "COLD IN THE HEAD"  13 nn acute attack of Nnsnl Catarrh.  Those subject to frequent "colds in the  head" will fi,nd that the use of HALL'S  CATARRH MEDICINE will build up tho  System and render them, leas liable to colds.  Repeated attacks of Acute Catarrh may lead  to  Chronic  Catarrh.  HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE is tak-  en internally and acta through tho Blood on  the Mucous surfaces of the System, thus reducing the inflammation nnd assisting Nature  in restorln-y normal conditions.  All Druggists.     Circulars free.  F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio.  Cook's Cotton Root Compote  Y  -u*Tic  medic.  A-ofe. re.iabl* ttqulattntf  .inc.  Sold~in throo d������*  rboib  >r sent  prepaid on receipt oi  pric***,'  Pre*    pamphlet.      Addr������ta������  , THR COOK MEniCINC CO j  lOIOMTO. OUT. (Ftr-iiile/.WilNrJI   ��������� ��������������� '' t* 0i ������������������������������������hi. ���������  froea of ���������tren-jth���������No. l.fll  ro. 3, 83; No. 8, 85 per bor..  Sold by all drue-giita, or ������en������  [���������repaid on receipt of      '  ASPIRIN  "'Bayer" is only Genuine  Lapis lazuli'waft the only stone of  any intrinsic value known tp thc  Egyptians under the Pharoahs  For Burns ;������nd Scalds���������Dr. Thomas'  Eclcctric Oil will take the fire out of  a burn or scald. It should he at  hand in every kitchen so that it may  be available at any time. There is  no preparation required. Just apply  the oil to the bum or scald and the  pain will abate and in a -short time  cease altogether.  A town cannot grow without business. IJy helping your local dealer  you assist the community.  Mtnard'8 Liniment lor Dandruff  Warningl It's criminal to take *  chance on any substitute for -genuino  "Bayer Tablets of Aspirin," prescribed by physicians for twenty-one yeart  and proved safe by millions. Unless  you see the name "Bayer*" on package or on tablets you are not getting  Aspirin at all. In every Bayer package are directions for Colds, Headache , Neuralgia, Rheumatism, Earache, Toothache, Lumbago and for  Pain. Handy tin boxes of twelve  tablets cost few cents. Druggists  also sell larger packages. Made in  Canada. Aspirin is the trade mark  (registered in Canada),* of Bayer  Manufacture of Monoacetlcacidestet  of Sallcylicacid,  ^juuiiniwuiiiaj) imnii ruir vr'T- ' "~-������������������' r'-r~'���������-"nifffga  W.   N.   U.   1379  \ <1 Divergence In Viewpoints  "Between France arid Britain  v/ver s^/u-eaxion v/x unesia  WESTERN EDITORS  London.���������Thc French Government  deems it impossible to decide on the  holding of a -meeting of the Allied  Supreme Council until the question of  -"Sending reinforcements into .Upper  Silesia Ws been decided.  M. "de St. Aulaire, the French ambassador here, called on Lord Cur-  zon, the British , foreign minister,  and conveyed this information in the  name of his Government.' The  French notification is^regarded here  Id indicate a serious divergence ,int  the viewpoints of tlie two countries.  It instated Lord Curzon merely took  the note of M. de St. AulaireV communication and informed him he  would refer the matter to the British  cabinet.  When France agreed to a meeting  of the Supreme Council in Paris on  Aug. 4, it was more or less understood French acquiescence depended  either on the question of , reinforcements being previously settled Or  upon its being made the Nfirst subject  -of the agenda of the Council. The  communication of M. de St. Aulaire  would appear to show that the British Government declines to yield on  this point.  U. S. Reduces Army  To 150,000 Men  Congress    Refused    Funds    to    Pay  Greater Force.  Washington.���������Reduction - of the  United States army to a peace-time  strength of one, hundred -and fifty  thousand men has been-accomplished  in accordance with the decision of  Congress when it refused to appropriate funds for pay of a greater  force after October 1. With the reduction, Secretary Weeks announces  .there would-be a general redistribution of troops/practical abandonment  of seven- of the great war-time army  cantonments; placement of many organizations on the inactive list, and  skeletonization of- others ^into materially reduced strength.-  Terrible Experience  Of Mountain Climbers  Mrs. Stone Is Rescued After Undergoing Incredible Hardships.  Calgary.���������Thc search party which  discovered Mrs. Stone has forwarded  meagre details of the accident to the  Alpine Club iu Banff.  Mrs. Stone, who is not much the  worse for her terrible ,experience, re-'  ports that she and Dr.* Stone were  climbing Mount Eon and Dr. Stone  in attempting to make a short cut  started up Rock Chimney with Mrs.  Stone following him. Thcy were not  roped together. About half way up  thc rock on which he was staird-  ing gave way, and he plunged oyer  her head to his death on the cliff'below.  Mrs. * Stone attempted to go down  to her husband and became marooned  on a narrow ledge of rock about half  way down, from which she was unable to move. - She remained there  for five days without food. The only  water she had was from a small  ���������stream which trickled down ��������� the  mountain side at noon when thc  snows above melted. When discovered Sunday night by a searching  party she was in a weakened and  exhausted condition but uninjured.  A. O. Wheeler, president of the Alpine Club, went up to thc camp on  Marshall Creek, accompanied by a  nurse  from   Banff.  A. Preliminary Estimate  "S   *  Is iNow Supplied Of  ���������s wrop jrroauetion  VST:   lJ-_  vv ana -s  Turk Nationalists  Asking For Peace  Resistance In Asia Minor Said To Be  Broken.  London.���������Mustapha iCemal Pasha,  head of the Turkish Nationalist Government, has sent a telegram to Constantinople asking that the Central  .Government intervene with, the Allies  in an effort to obtain a cessation of  Greco-Turkish hostilities, according  to a despatch from Constantinople to  the Exchange Telegraph Company.  D.'Ncsbitt, Publisher of the Mail,  Bassano, Aita.  Rainmaker Has Scored  Hatfield Wins Rain Bet With Medicine Hat District.  Medicine Hat.���������Rainmaker* Charles  M. Hatfield has "won his bet with the  .-\r~.4-\*'.-.;r,~, tj-.^*tt,  >1i--vUlVlll-H      A.O.MI. \m0>   X  Circassians Kill  Turkish Governor  lf.-������/-*l        A   A>*������-Irt1l1fn*������nl        A   e_  As a Result British Are Reinforcing  Dardanelles Garrison. -  Constantinople.���������Circassion bandits  appeared in Karabogha, on the. Sea of  Marmora, 35 miles east of Gallipoli,  raided the town and killed the ���������Turkish governor and commandant of the  gendarmerie. A British detachment  assisted the Turks in pursuing the  bandits. As a result of this incident  the British arc reinforcing the. Dardanelles garrisotv Y.  Quebec Crop is  Fifty Per Cenfc Less  Farmers Optimistic Although  Drought  Damaged  Hay  and  Cereals.  ',  -- Queb.cc���������"I still believe there is a  ' decrease ,-of at-least 50 per cent, in the  crop of thc year," stated 'Hon. J.' E.  Caron, minister of agriculture, just returned from an automobile trip on  the soulncrn shore where he person-  .ally inspected the crop. "Not only  hay but cereals arc greatly damaged  by drought. Thc polatoes look well  and vegetables should be an average  crop. I found the farmers were op-1  timistic, however, and thcy arc com*-1  I ageously taking means to    meet    thc  -situation," Mr. Caron added. "Due  to our advice, farmers will keep thcir  dairy cattle and will use all thc- fodder available, but it is hoped that the  Federal Government will' consent to  grant a reduction in the freight rates  to meet the requirements as the department of agriculture has received  offer's from* the western provinces to  send hay here if needed-at a very reasonable price."  sdciatiou and lie will be paid $8,000  for rain which has fallen in the district during the past three months.  Hatfield was to receive $8,000 if four  inches of rain fell bet\v?C7i May" 1  and July 1. Up to Saturday last four  and onV quarter inches had been recorded and so Hatfield draws thej  'maximum "^ayihent,. which will be  made him at- thc.end of the month.  The" association will hold a injecting to determine whether of" not the  contract shall bc renewed for another  Auto Accident  Wipes Out Family  m-mm.mm������������������. ^  AutCSsts  Misled   By  Car  Being  On  Wrong Track.  Cleveland.���������Five persons were killed, four of them almost instantly,  when a car on the Abbey Avenue viaduct and an automobile crashed head  on. One family was wiped out when  John Ml.Francyk, 40, a garage owner,  his wife, 37, and their two children,  were killed. Each of the dead sustained a fractured skull. . ""  The cause of the accident according  to the police, was the operation of a  shuttle    car    east    on a' westbound  tvrtixir 4.1-. r.        r.-. rtXlx rt..-x .  xxxxx-ix,    xiitr    \.abi-L;vyuu'  der    repairs.      The  westbound'   aitd  yea''.  Despite the outcome of Nthe  unusual contract which was made with  thc rainmaker, all are not convinced  that' Hatfield, is entitled to take responsibility for the precipitation. It  is pointed out that thc rainfall did not  come at the time it was, most needed,  and further that whenever the rain did  come, it was general throughout the  west. j ���������_ ���������     ���������  xiCmxs  motorists - were  wneii they^saw  Ottawa.���������A " cablegram received  from the International Institute of  Agriculture gives thc following preliminary estimates of crop production  for *1921, corresponding figures for  last year being given in parenthesis:  Wheat���������Spain, 143,140,000 bushels  (138,606,000) j , Hungary; 4^,887,000  bushels (29,139,000). The total production of these two countries, and  including -Belgium, Bulgaria, Finland,  Alsace-Lorraine, Greece, Canada  (243,720,900), United States, India,  Japan, Algeria, Morocco, and Tunis,  is 1,712,000,000,000 bushels. This  year's1 total production., is 87.6- per  cent,  of the two* previous years.  Rye���������Spain, 27,254,000 bushels  (2?,83i;000), Hungary, 18,938,000 bushels (16,520,000). The total of these  two countries, and including Bulgaria,  Belgium, '. Finland, Alsace-Lorraine",  Greece, Canada and thc United States,  172,983,000 bushels  (164,865,000).  Barley���������Spain, 92,180,000 bushels  (90,463,000). Japan, 89,287,000 bushels (92,140,000)..    The total produc-  finri     r*+     h^VIATr   -rr\r    fti a    ctsvs*=    -r.r*-.������***ri*������-Irf>e������  mmm^atm        V m. ^v*'   * -f jf A *rf A. ~X-.\~       xJ\*>X-.XX~        tuWUli 1.1 A<utf  as wheat, but excluding Hungary" and.  India, is 552,349,000 bushels (531,738,-  000).  Oats���������Spain, 32,500,000 bushels  (35,550,000). The total production,  including Bulgaria, Finland, Alsace-  Lorraine, Greece, Canada {330,790,-  700),    United    States,    Algeria 'and  T* . ��������� ���������       v   rv-tr* r*r*r* rtrtr*   1 i      v        rrv x trv  j.iinis, lb i,oio,wu,uuu uusneis \c,i.<*������,-  000,000): - ' ,  The grand total for wheat, rj-e, bar-.  street   car   on   thc   westbound   track hey and oats, taken together, is 4,255,*  .1 ,1..    .1 t.i.     Z0      x 1       !     ^rtix   rxrxrx   r.r.rx      ... ' -    they apparently thought it was travelling in the same direction as their  automobile.  * Bibles arc absoiutclj- prohibited in  Russia.  Wheat Field To  Table In Few Hours  Britain Cancels Government Bonus.  London.���������The chancellor of the" exchequer announced that after September 30-no bonus will be paid to government employees in receipt of salaries over ������2,000 a.ycar. He also  stated that there would be reduction  of 5"per cent, on salaries above ������500.  ��������� He said; that ������500,000 will be saved  by  these.,'economics.'.  Ingcrsoll, Ont.���������A record in  which the harvested, the miller  and the baker figured, was established a few days ago at Thames-  ford, Ont. On Thursday, at 3  o'clock, wheat,was standing in the  field. Later in the day it was  threshed, drawn to the gristmill  at Thamesford arid ground into  flour. On Friday morning biscuits of excellent quality were  made and placed on the table for  dinner. -.-���������'���������'.  Courts Intervene  In Military Execution  Sajr Sinn Feiners, Should Have Been  .Tried By Court Martial. ������������������  Dublin.���������An important judgment  was delivered in the chancery division  when "the master of the rolls, ordered  a writ of habeas corpus, returnable  against General Sir Neville Mac-  ready, commander of the British  troops in Ireland; Maj.-Gen. 'Sir Ed-  000,000,000 bushels compared with 4,-  568,000,000,000 last year, a decrease of  313,000,000,000.  T���������..,*i  <r-x~\r.i.\^~A  Utl It-JVlCtUU,  uivisionai .   com-  Will Pay Loan Without Borrowing.  Ottayva.���������-Sir Henry Draytqp, minister of finance, announced that the  $15,000,000 due in New York on August 1 -would" be paid Mvilhout any  further government borrowing.  Turks Are Badly Defeated  Athens.���������Information from all  sources indicates that the resistance of the Turkish nationalists in  Asia Minor is completely broken  down, the Greek official news  agency declares in a statement.  The Turkish losses in killed,  wounded and prisoners to date are  estimated at 60,000. The Greeks,  the statement says, are constantly  ' pressing the Kemalists along the  road to Angora. Along the rout������  of their retreat the Turks set fire  to stores of* materia! which they  were unable to take with them because of the rapidity of their  flight.  W.   J3,   U.   1379  mandcr, and others, in the case of  John Egan, sentenced to death by a  military court at Limerick in June  for having ammunition in his possession. ��������� "  In a long judgment the master of  rolls has decided that Egan should  have becn--tried by court martial un-  d.cr the Restoration of Order Act.  The claim of the - military authorities that the existence of the state  of insurrection justified them in overriding legislation ''���������-���������seemed* to him to  call for a new bill of rights. There  were considerations more important  thaji the temporary duration of an  insurrection. Among them were the  eternal principles of . justice, which  could not be violated save with detriment to the,interest and feeling of a  civilized community,     y   ���������  Toronto Landlords^  Have New Graft  Charge $2.00 For Privilege of Viewing Prospective Homes.  Toronto^-YThat some landlords are  asking prospective - tenants  the price '  of $2 for the privilege of looking at .  houses and apartments prior to renting them, is the" complaint contained  in a letters received, by a local newspaper.      A few days ago -a man  in  the west end of the city asked a real  estate agent whether he could take a*  look at a certain apartment.   He was  asked $2 admission fee.  "Will I get my money in case I do  not take the.-place?" hc asked.  "No," was the answer.  "But in. case I like the looks of tlie  ap&Ytment can I deduct $2 from the  first month's rent?" he said n-^xt.   *  "I charge you thc $2 to look at the  place," said the agent. "It has nothing to do with the rent."  The indignant correspondent asks,  "What will be the next ingenuity  of profiteering be?"  Says Fattier Was Swindler  Daughter of Bank President Admits  Knowledge "of Alleged Theft.  Chicago.���������Vivian Spurgin, daughter  of Warren F. Spurgin, missing president of the closed Michigan Avenue  Trust Company, who, with 1icr  mother, returned to Chicago from Detroit, where thcy fled following Spur-  gin's disappearance, has admitted that  she had knowledge that her father  had taken more than $500,000 of the  bank's money before he fled, it was  announced by James E, McSliane,  assistant state attorney.  The West I Yes, But Water in a Puddle Isn't Water on thc Land.  To Help Unemployed.  Toronto.���������The hoard of control has  passed a resolution moved by Mayor  Church, that in view of the large  amount of unemployment in the city  instructions be given to the heads of  'departments to remove from the pay  rolls those who arc occupying dual  positions or those occupying position  tn ihe cityVi employ and receiving a  pension at the same time.  Patronize your local merchant and  thereby* hc'P to build up your home  jtown and community.  Harvesters From B. G������  First Contingent Will Not Leave Until August 13..  Vancouver.���������British Columbia will  ���������send every able-bodied man who  wants to go to the prairie harvest  fields this year. It is expected that a  "great number will take advantage''of  thc reduced  fares.  Thc provincial employment bureau,  however, announces that none will be  earlier than August 13, on" which date  the first contingent will go forward  on the regular .castbonnd trains from  Vancouver, and daily thereafter until  requirements arc filled.   ...  Russians Fire On German Boats.  Berlin.���������Thc Gen-nan mine sweeping fleet which has been operating .in  thc Kola Bight o������ thc Northern Russian coast, is reported in a special  despatch from Vardoe, Norway, to  have been- fired on by Russian land  forts. The German fleet relumed the  fift hut no damage was done" on either  fid������\  U.S. Parcel Post System Loss.  Washington.���������The parcel post ������ys-  "���������"Inn now H bring conduct cd ar an annual lo*$ io the government of approximately $50,000,000 n year. Congressman Stccncrson, chairman of the  housc committee on post offices and  post r.iic*������, *������tuK������. . P".x P P.: P' -y '���������'*> * v*'"*"J-  Y* ' **" .   '*��������� "*--*,��������� '*-  ' h'-Py -j Y.   :-*'<���������?���������; *=������������������-���������- pA '.m'./*,1.  *. , -. i  '- ��������� "   -  THE CBESXOD  BSVBBW  SATURDAY, AUG. ���������f to SATURDAY, AUG. 13, we throw open our store to another Eight-Day Bargain  tizmiima. **+ ^_ _ __ _*_-���������_ ._. _- J ��������� _ ������^.     ,"._-. v -m��������� am mt m  Event.     It's a simple story���������clearing tir  pring, and Summer Goods must go.     Staple lines  ���������j, **y -ZZT* X.        ~ A. tpy        j i^ jx*  must  be  brought  to  the  lowest possible level.     Anticipate your future needs and fill therh now, for  everything in the store is reduced.     All prices are for Cash, and Spot Cash,only.    t  UNDERWEAR  a  If you require Underwear, and  would secure the better kind at a  great reduction in price avail yourself of this opportunity. We are  offering you the most superior  makes ai a discount worthy of  special note. Investigate the lines,  and make selection early.  Pare Wool Underwear?  reg. 2.50;   Sale $1.00  per garment  Penman's Merino Underwear,'  natural colors, reg. 3.00; Sale... $2.25  Balbriggan Underwear, reg. 2.00;  Sale _ _     1.50  e?a-"*s Bslbrsjifvin Combinations.  reg. 2.25; Sale.    1.25  Porus Knit Combinations reg.  2.25; Sale     1.85  Sherwood Porus Knit Combinations, short sleeyes and ankle  length, reg. 2.60; Sale _   1.05  Merino Combinations, reg. 2.85;  2.85;   Sale  _    2.50  !     Pants and Overalls  We would advise you men to be  on hand early during the sale if  you want to share fully in this  great bargain in Pants and Overalls, because at these astounding  prices they are sure to sell rapidly.  You cannot beat them for work,  all sizes, and going at less than  wholesale price.  Blue Striped Overalls, reg. 2.75;  Sale  ��������� 82.25  Blue Striped Smocks to match,  reg. 2.75; Sale  _    2.25  Men's Blue Denim  Pants, -reg.  2.75; Sale.  _ .... ~.   2.15  Men's Black Denim Pants, reg.  2.50; Sale     1.95  Men's Khaki   Pants, reg.   3.00;  f-l ..r.���������  uicjr  reg. 2.50: Sale.  *o~ ���������...  'Men's Khaki Combinations, reg.  4.25; Sale     2.45  1.95  3.45  It is only when quality is high that low prices offer any advantage. True economy is only possible when you buy Groceries of stand-,  ard quality below-their1* real value. Ab sale time, when the prices are  lowered, our quality guarantee is Just as high on any lime that v?e offer,  as it is at other than'sale times. A sale "to get the goods out" regardless of your profit and satisfaction would profit, us very little, indeed.  LARD���������3-lb. Pail, 80c;   5-lb, Pail, 1.25;   10-lb. Pail, $2.45.  Kellogg's Corn Flakes, reg. 25c pkg,;. Sale. 8 packages $1.00  Ramsay's Sodas, reg. 35c. pkg.'; Sale __ r.���������    .25  PEAS and TOMATOES, reg. 25c tin; Sale, 5 tins $1.00  MAWSON'S BEST TEA, reg. 75c ib.;   Sale, 5 lbs. $3.00  Bulk Black Tea, reg. 50c;   Sale, 3 lbs _ _   1.10 '  BICE���������No. 1 Japan, reg. 124c lb.; Sale, per pound ^.���������   ,10  SOUPS, Clark's���������Tomato, Vegetable, Consomme, Pea  reg. 20c. tin:   Sale, 7 tins  ���������----- -.$1.00  SALMON���������Ensign Brand choice Bed Salmon, reg. 50c tin;   Sale, 2 tins 75  TINNED MEATS, CLARK'S-Roast Mutton, Vienna  Sausage, Beefsteak and Onions, Beefham Loaf, Boneless  Pigfeet* Cooked Corn Beef and English Brawn; regular  prices up to 50c tin;   Clearance Sale price, tin 25c.  PUFFED RICE and PUFFED WHEAT, reg. 20c.; Sale, 6 packages  1.00  SHREDDED;WHEAT. reg. 20c; Sale, 6 packages ...._  1.00  TOMATO KETCHUP���������Bine Label, reg. 40c; Sale     25  SOCKS  SOAP SPECIALS  We are heavily-overstocked - in  these and have reduced prices mo*rex  than during any sale for seyeral  years; in fact from a money saving standpoint to yon we have  never held such a sale.  Grey "Wool Socks,  reg.   T������c;  Sale 3 Pairs for $1.00  Wool   Sock8,   medium   weight,  reg. 75c.pair; Sale, ; .-_...' $ .50  Lightweight    Mechanic    Hose,  reg. 35o. pair; Sale  25  Lightweight    Hose   in   White.  Black and Natural, reg. 65c.; *  Sale 2 pairs* :.   1.00  Men's-White Cotton Hose, veg.  50c? Sale, 4 pais-s  1.00  Royal Crown, reg. 35c cartons  going at 4 cartons $1.15  Sunlight,  reg.  35c; going at 4  ^cartons.".  ���������  1.15  Ljfebouy, i-eg. 2 for 25c;   Sale 5  cakes ��������� 50  Snap  Hand   Cleaner,   reg.  25c;  Sale 2 tins   35  Royal' Crown   Ammonia,   reg:  . 20c; Sale, 7 for   ..  1.00  Sriowfla&e  Ammonia,  reg.  15c;  Sale 8 for '. _ 35  OIL STOVES  Perfection Oil Stoye, 1 "burner,  reg. 9,50;   Sale $ 7.35  "Perfection Oil  Stove, 2-burner,  reg. 27.00; Sale 22.50  Perfection  Oil Stove, 2 burner,  with oven, reg. 9.75;   Sale    7.75  SMALL WARES  THREAD���������Regular  2  for   15c;  Sale price. 5 spools for  $   .15  Coats' Mercerized   Crochet Cotton, reg. 2 for 35c;   Sale, 3 for      .40  RIBBONS���������Our entire stock going at half price.  SHIRTS  . If you have been looking for the  good old days of money's worth  you will welcome this sale, f6r quality and economy prices-combine to  make this a rare,opportunity to replenish your wardrobe at distinctive savings.  *  . - Sport and .Dress  Men's Light Sport Shirts, reg.  1.75;  Sale ���������- :. _���������-��������� s $1.00  M������*n's striped Collar Sport Shirts  reg. 3.25; Sate.-.. +...... 2.50  Plain White- Sport- Shirts, reg.  2.00{   Sale-._..: .���������  .������������������  1.25  Men's pree8::Shirt8 without col-  jars at greatly reduced prices. ~  Work Skirts  Dark Grey Flannel Shirts, reg.  2.85; Sale   $2.25  Khaki Shirts, reg. 2.00;   Sale...:.  1.75  Khaki Shirts, reg. 2.50; Sale 2.15  Blue C/hambray Shirts, reg. 2.00;  Sale..    1.65  A-xSix...   Virt-  ....   ������vt-t.x-.       1      -'   v/iive Aunm oitiru), gouii, Hi.rong  substantial  work   shirt    .eg.  1.65  CROCKERY  Dollars are getting pretty scarce. Got to be  careful how we spend them. We have made arrangements for to get considerably more than your money's  worth in ail lines pf Crockery.  Clo&er Leaf Cups jand Saucers  reg. 4.25 doz.; Sale $2.95  Glass Berry Sets, reg. 3.00;   Sale, per set ....$   1.50  AB other Dishes Greatly Reduced  Men's Gloves  Buy them now. We offer our  regular high grade stock at sale  prices. . '  Pigskin Gloves, rt*<g. 1.50 per  pair;   Sale ��������� .*. $ 1.15  Horsehide Gloves,' reg. 2,00;  Sale. j.   1.25't  Moleskin   Gloves,   reg,   1.25.  Sale : 75  Canyas Gloves, reg.,25c pair;  Sale, 6 pairs for..:. .....:��������� ...........   1.00  SEALERS  Never before in the history of Greston has there  been such an opportunity to' purchase Sealers at such  a remarkable saving. Nor will any other store this  season attempt suoh a bargain event.  GEM JARS���������Pints, reg, 2.00 per "dozen;  Sale ."������ 1.65  " Quarts, reg. 2.25;   Sale . ...    1.05  PERFECT SEAL���������Pints, reg. 2.10 doa.; Sale...*. ...   1.75  Half-Gallons, reg.2.76;   Sale    2.45  We haye. a complete stock of Schrain Tops,  Economy Tops, 'Rubber Rings, and aU other  Sundries.  TOWELLING  A towelling event that gives  every woman the opportunity to  replenish her supply at a wonderful price saving.  Linen Towelling, reg. 40c. yard;  Sale. 2 yards'. ....$   .45  Glass Towelling, reg. 46c; Sale,  3 yardw for ���������   1.00  HARDWARE  Seeing is knowing. Yoifeannot believe It in true unl-'HH you watlxfy yonr������  self by Heeing what we offer in "the  Hardware department at *iu������h bm-  tonnding low prieeH,  House LampH with glass front***.  reg, 1.25;   Satle���������complete $   ,85  Never Pail Coal Oil Can*. 5-gal-  lon capacity, reg, &00;  Sale    2.45  Stella Lamp-***, Nickel finish with  steel font, reg. 2.00; Sale..     1.45  AM Hardware at 20% Discount.  Ladies9  and  Girls'  Hose  AU sizes, in White  Black and Brown.  The well known  Silkline Sunshine  brand going at just  Half  SHOES!     SHOES!  Only once or twioe during the year can such a  money-saving opportunity aa this be afforded. For  economy's sake you should dpyoprShoe buying now.  Men's Lace Mahoga'ny Shoes, reg &S0;   Sale, ..$ 6.75  Men's Mahogany Land Shoes, reg. 10.50; Sale................  Men's White Fleet-Foot Canvas Shoes, reg. 3,00; Sale  Men's Heavy Work Shoes, in Taiti> Grain Blucher, six-  inch tops, reg. 8.60; Sale...,:���������..ZZ......P���������;'..:...���������.......   Men's Tan Grain Bluchers, 10-inch top, reg. 10.60; Sale  Men's Pear Elk Bluchers, 0-lneh top, reg. 7.00; JSdle.'...  A few lines of Ladies' Fleet-Foot  Shoes going af half price  0.60  2.65  0.25  7,75  5.05  DRY GOODS  No'matter how long you  wait it is doubtful if  you will Hnd such values.  FLANNKLBTTE-Rog. 80 to OOo. per Jfai'd;  Sale, '  your choice, per yard $   .25  PRINTS���������Heg. 80o yard; Sal������....,���������..     ,1~~\  GINGHAMS���������Reg. 86c yard; fctiUu      .25  , t ���������* l** *���������*���������������*���������.���������. ' '    ,  ^smrnmii^  Ribbons  Ribbons  Ribbons  Entire stock' in all  widths and, a fine,  range of the  best  colors���������every yard  of it goes at  Half  Price ~  Men's Dress Pants  Here are extraordinary bargains  at our   Summer   Clearance   Sale;  Striped Tweed, reg. 5.60;  Sale ...8 4.25  Men's Dross' Pants in different  y  patternsrreg. 7.75; Sale.. ���������......���������..   6.26  Tweed YDress  Pants,  reg. 7.60;  K7di %?���������������������������***���������������������������*���������* 0..0*00.0.000       ���������������������������������������������������*������������������������������������     *������������������������������������������**���������������*���������*���������������*  6.05  HATS  In August each year we do our ut*  most to clear ont every hat In the  -store, It, is a fixed policy, ao far as  possible, not to carry oyer -Hats from  one season to another, and at the  prices shown a speedy clearance will  most assuredly be effected-.  Men's Felt Hats, only it few left,       '  going at half price.    "  Men's Panama Hats; reg. 8.25,  8.50,8.76; Clearing ������t...!ll-..:,....$ 2.46  STRAW HATS ot greatly m������.  duced prices.  MAWSON RpnTH


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