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 Provincial  ,^/yvI VI ������4 S-*?**?  yi-   ��������� - 'r * i  iUt ~ c &*-  J  :-'���������%?.,   r-" > *H=*"  - /-���������*���������*���������*. ^ w"i'>''-K'"=:' ^3=^^  The church" ladies'  aid had   a"  successful auu wlljuynoje  Ja^������ji  -very  at the home of Mr. Samuelson on Saturday night, when the efforts .ofthe  ladies were rewarded with a-cash Hastate* pf almost -$$&    - ~  ���������*'  Mr. Messenger left-tbe -fewer part of  the week on a buslriesstripto Carmaa-  gay. Alba,      <   %  B, J. Chambers left on Wednesday  "for Spokane, Wash.,   w^re   fee- will  visit w|fch his sister, and will look over:  the Washington country *ith,a view  to locating a ranch home the**,  The    United   Farmers   are   havingf  the schoolhouBe  oh   Saturday   night  and oa Mondav some of  fche members  will he at Brickson for a moving picture demonstration  that the*32rickson  local is having t&at night.  The continued . dry weaih**gr-..���������i������5ad  -windy spells .keep .the foreetUre which  originated out toward   Lister  almost  play, .under    the  direction   of  Mrs.  Mather! y of  fepokane. was presented  in the dining-room oil the Kitchener  Hotel on   Saturday  eyening.     Those  representing &g&tues were Mildred An-  deeh. Clara Hunt, Laurii/Andeen and  Ellen Andpfep.     Others  taking  part  werer   " Mve.   Hatheriy.   '���������'Sculptor^'  ISJss ������chxnid������a  ?,6Salatea,~ the   Liying  Statue.'*     Edith, Geroux,' "t^rince."  -Mfep Igiiefcson, "Goddess:**     After the  play those -whp. t had - tak en part, posed  "for   "Night and   M<ta>ing." an4 ihis,  war followed  by a recitation hy Ms^~  Matberly.     After the concert a dance  was.given in   the warehouse  of  tbe  Paulson-Mason'store.  Messrs. ~3L. I^orrestes-,   LeBs-ge  aja&  V. Gi?i-06iat3iiSSs tnb>n   ~~ ttottt.ti^cti frit*  makin������K4lt^^^or^������lson-^l������������ow-t>Q^-  "h*   - ���������^      illr^-i*i.iu.      ������   ���������.     j. C^*.- *~     m.  - Sirs. rsmst emessosned tije lamesof  Kuchener^otr'^aes^i^ aftdrstbo^x-ih  honor xii Ms-b. ^Mi&faea-ly ot S|^feaSSe^  and   Miss 'Sehrmat,   6 ho   i* leavhifc  shortly foarliefr home im-JRossland. "  Worfes _._.  Looks Vsdtey Over  .������ ���������** .       , - 4 +^.A " - '  Hon. W. II. Sufel^rland. minister  of public works,' ^htejiis spending the  greater-part of  JuTS^-iron, inspection  triple to most' of.' -tK^iriterlor points^  gaye Creston Valjea^anl. official look-  -OV^K.Oii   ������.uureua^v *mpv*   -������iij  vyiaQjtKLUjr  with" WW. - Rafap^jbf Nelson,^ the  !W^^lS������isteBaa^'������His6^t''83igiaeer. -  where  he  wilf  the  next  three  X 1��������� _>���������������������������     * ���������;������--!_  J '���������  bwu wccAB a^u^avui a.yjK.tsxxv.^ *A.aju$ip~irtn*B  und the residents at Fort Macleod and  Calgary Heights are preparing for  emergencies ia this connection*  School wiii close for rthe ml^oumixier i         ~ ..*    ��������� "Si,   . r,     ���������     _ A. . .   _ mav.   r ~  vbbaMuuuu    k nuay   wiciiiuirui   ���������    ������.ui������  wee^.about half a dozen of the pupils  are at Creston writing on the^ 3ETh-  trance examinations, including JUinnife  Strong. Stella Speaker, Sigue J^elso^i  Dorothy Cleave and Jeffrey Knott.  The continued' excessively hot  weather i������ shortening'up thexstraw^-  berry crop at least 40 per cent, and uh  less rain comes very- snon the. .same  disastrous effect will be felt on the  raspberries- Failure of the Usual Jsrae  moisture supply~tTo4 eVentuute has given Canyon the tightest hssy ������ropc in  ������������������peitmiZ  averafi^^*  Although^heipait^pnly made a. be-  twefen-^raina stn|3 ^e three hours'  stay enabled them^tp make an auto  is|j&, through _ the ^ick$an. Canyon  C|||^fa|a^pai1^ of-:th|| Lister districts,"  ���������WHr-w^rsSs 'tpf roake wre rnn from^Ores-  |������n to Sli^tar,, wb'ei^fiey boarded the  tftain* jvhei-e the e^ii^^ehd" o^ the rEsT-  ibg. waS looked oiye^^efollowing day.  , V . - -0    Wf^J  Iti comoany with?,Messrs. Putnam  and JR. Bv Staples ������t^e ^visitors were  first; z������ all-^feowES^o^ferCs^ae hard sup-.  face road -operatiot^Jija the Erickson  area, and the rutfc ^jw/made over the  did ^raad" fsoss. [thm" 'Staples corner  (where the hard sur^tlpe road, ceases at  present) to the> <^?.S., depot and  thence out over, the4roadpast the Er  Cai't-wrighfc house a^d 'MeLeod store.  Hob- TW-g giit-fesr'-nd ;:f V:ct$5S^ ln ^"f,er ^o ei"������������yi������!*^i*be ns?s������?i���������������r o^  minister of public wor"ks. in company P^rehape the highway is in for the  with 8*^ district engineer, W, Ram- V���������ty Vavy tramc.ilf carries, as well as  say1 of Nelson, were through the to 4e������nonstrate to him that in view of  Brickson area on .oh   inspection   tiipi^16 facfc <*������* S^u^y amileof construe  Mr. ThcMtfts������ ^?as  -brook 4>n Monday.  a yisitor in Cratil-  JUdU  r-  VTetaskiwin.   ;Alta.,  probably remain for  months..  "VS^ANTED���������Wnrrmn to  Work if" davs  Apply Creston Hotel. -  Mrs. Cherrington- was a visitor with  Kelson friends^ a few days the latter  part of the .week.''  Scores in town will be open this evening but wiii be closed aii da^r Satur  day���������Dominion Day.  /  Swanson of Creston is  zser sn the Co-Operative  '' Association bookkeep*  M-lYAXS-  JX **u������?  tP-XTX  last Thursday, ������n^ as a result of the  visit it^I* hoped an additional ^SSttt-  will be made to complete the hard Bar  face road  from   the  Staples  corner  through to tlie -depoft.  The annual &chqol   meeting J s   announced foi- Sa.fcut-dayLnijsfhfe.-'S^Biy Sth,  tion is needed to~ give the whole  Erickson.district a Hard *>urface road,  It would he splend^t ^policy all round  to rock the -whole ligQP while the good  ro-������ds ruachinexy IsSo advantageously  set up at Kemp's cofner.  ��������� P  It *v&& forcibly' i������iopreijSed upon the  uuuuucu  tur x^*~~*n~-*-i<xjt~~t**if,l*v* '** -J*"J  ���������ui 8 __ ���������    ���������   x^     ������.������. -m. *������_       '-^   ra    m-.x.~Axv.^ *ra**"j  ���������toi_    .     vt  tii   ~ ������T:~      ~'Za      js    I minister that thevrdad rafco the Brick  .Trustee Hall's term has expired and a t- -     ^^      . /i      * TP    , ,  r-r <* .... .-a ���������        HnTw *i*>ri**������*h fz**pf\txA���������LBS\    rnxr.    -v\ortST~     mnn  successor will haye to be  chosen    in  Sai.e���������Young pigs, six  weeks old, good stock and price right.  John R.,Miller, Creston. ,  ,  Mrs. R. Forrest of Winnipeg is a  Creston visitor this week, the guestfof  her sister. Mrs. Its. H. efmaii.      >,~y-  S. Tron������bIey of Sibbald, . Alte..^ a  one-time resident of Creston, was here  on a business visit Wednesday.  . Mrs. Lyne will be at home to lier  friends Monday, July 3rd. and August  7th, in the evening instead of the  afternoon. -  \ /  Potmjo���������NOn Saturday, heavy, gold  ring, monograramed and also shows  fraternal society emlrfem. Owner^cah  haye same ofc enquiry at the Beview  Offlice. -.     m.       -mm  Mrs. "Vaehon .and two children arrived on Monday and will spend a  couple of weeks renewing old acquaintances in Creston. She is the jajuest of  Mrs. Hare. - - -    .""  -. On account cit the vacation, season  Dt. ]jille..will not 'visit Creston- on his  regular date* hot" will be here two  weeks later-' and stop longer. Due  notice wilt he given.  '   ."  -  . Miss,Marion  K33TW1 ������his snsssr  Fruit growers'  lag sCaJSE.-  Berries started to move in car lots  onMdaftdsy, when a^iarof 7S6 crates  went out oh the eastbound train.  i       *" -*��������� * r'~  -Miss Gladys Woods "of   Creston   is  assisting her father in the Mercantile  store. "Zp  ��������� jt- -0 ������,  - The berry crop is very much in need  of a good rsiij, and growers who are  .nnhble to irrigate are afraid their crop"  will be very small- unless some wetness~  arrives very soon.  Jaek\Penson spent a few days in  Nelson last week' in the torture chair  of the dentist, returning on Sunday.  There is to be a moving picture  show in the schoolhouse on Saturday  nighty tmder the auspices of the  United-Phrtners.  1    1    11  1         *    *    1                  '   ^  ->  -00.-X            "              -t          r      -^  '   ^ '     -.-?***S y ' /-  ������mimt&a*  S.r-  4  J. Paulis-busy with' J>he erection of;  a new house on his ranchr Joe Bell being in charge of carpenter operations.  Dave Fraser has temporarily desert^  ed Lifter, being at present employed  in the mine at Kimberley.  Thq Lister end ofthe forest fire that  has been burning for almost two  weeks is pretty well burned; o^at, and  only about three men are on wat������h otr  it at'present. P  Mrs* -Ivor Christensen and infant,  accompanied by' he^ father^ !?������&-,  Weston, left on Monday' for Wen-  atchee to join Mr. Christensen.    ^.  Three of the pupils of Lister were at  Creston this week writing on the'Entrance examination papers. They are  Jenny OhalmerB,  Murielle Millington  and Ernest Stevens. r  ' There must be a small margin of  profit in strawberries, ; , Oq Thnrsiaay  lust the Chas. Atkins ranch marketed  i the tfrafc-er^te., and ,*���������the ,;^^te;.dl,av' the  * genial Charles puw,h-^e4';;^  Powrroodstei";,-;'^ *. iZyZZZ:. 'ZZ,--'.    -Zy  Notices have been ppatcd by Mrs.  Millington, seoretaryr of the trustee  board, for the annual school meeting  on Saturday evening, July 8th. Mrs.  Millington is the only trustit'e avail?  able, Mr, Brain being in the hospital  atCranbrpok, and Mr. Atktno is nt  present' world rig at. t-lie%Viin b& Z'Z.  Lister school' will probably have a  now utnflf oa teachers, .��������� it; la 'slated  that both Miss Campion and Mine  Irvine have handed In their'. resignations't and willnot'conoiapp ro-cngWRrir;  ���������   ment.  ���������      :.������������������.��������� ].':?      -   ,'''"'  jots'sehonl  twi*>te"on^he  ito8*an������e->ixaininations  jatCreaton  iMB week, Warren"-HSiTja^*'  son, .Kathleen Litt3^joh"n afeja'V Edith  ���������Prlfreynnwiv *-__  [ ^jjZZZZZ  T. W. Bundy was a motor yisitoi-  to Kuskanook on Sunday, and reports  that area rather eai'lier than' CtestonA  That day at the Jones ranch ab Kuskanook new potatoes and this yearV  gp������en peas were both'on the dinner  menu. v p-  .   ,���������      -i   :Z'.'  Iiie Bchoul children are having their  annual picnic at the Whimster place  near the Canyon, today in charge of  the teafehera, Misses /Vaughan and  Holies, both of whom, we understand, will comprise the teaching staff  jfor next teixo.  About thirty of the Valley ranchers  were here on Saturday afternoon for  the talk and demonstrations on irrigation at the Putnam ranch.: Mr. Newton the provincial soil inspector, spoke  highly ofHthe. quality -of the Brickson  lands stating that iri^his opinion water  was the great necessity rather than  fertilizer, dnd where irrigation Is made  uue of be strongly advised against con-  ti^nl^the present system,^of clean  cuitiviition, insisting that it be succeeded by it coyer; crop preferably of  vetch at- alfalfa. Mr. Helnier of the  Huuimerland demonstration farm re-  com tii ended1 ditch irrigation in preference to the sprinkler nyatetn atid gave  a demonstration of the former.  Where ditches up tu SWO feet only  were used these . were superior to the  sprinkler, a wood flume bring used to  supplv the ditches. I:n bin opinion tbe  drought spot that^ha������ nflltctcd Valley  apples of late, was due to the trees  having a.' more or less uheyen so pply  of moisture���������plenty of it qtiurk the  ccapon '^wltSa jjnd too Uttjc.wetncoa In'  Buinmer months,V ���������  I  Mlita Edith Geroux loft on Monday  fer Creston, where &h*~ Sh writing on.  the departmental examinationa. ������hi~.  is. the, first time in the htatory of  Kitchenen school that there! has heen  a candUlato for Entrance exams*  Dr. Hurat of Victoria and; Di,.  Young of Ottawa are here '*it present;  making a geologocal report on lhe  Iron properties in the liitchoner 4Eb-  flxlct.  A  pantomine repretwsnting a Creek.  .susn depot cawied^SC  per^cent.   more  shipping preguc^jbj������j>p a^ other road  |^6^..^^1teyir^!^at theWSdt nujbjtncft  was%ecideaiy inycirioHi*^ ^fergprowfT '  ofrthte nearby orch^trda^ ana certainly  'Ttended^tolpt^uce^sE;  Wu^^j^^^tt^'2^'  view ^ the j>ians botl^the ^?o������ ifthd^  Staples Fruit '';'*^jmi^D^^*Aye^^^f^^  ten^i^'t^riseh  .Bi^cRsoh.'���������'the dust : hasv^nic^*s^ccinie  sbi^ethiug;.Woiree;thah^ri  v*^Hon/'*M'iK";/.\''Suth*er&  frank iir: ;at������;ting* ^at*-t^*������oadS;;;we*e*  just in a. little, worse^ shape: than any  he had encountered ihany of the other  fruit districts, 'a'nd*-^4tiel*y-ohl^'"':*-^m*edy  would be the hard surface ro id, and  he gave the ae8uranc)Bthai*1f the funds  were available certuinlya grant would^  be immediately forthcoming to carry.  on the hard surface road work over  the route he had been driven:  - J ust h ow sti bstantial the- grant will  be:can tinly be guessed but it is hoped  that It will be ample to complete the  good roads us far 3is   the  depot,   and  there Is same good  reason to belieye  that before the plant and   machinery  are moved from thc present locution  the road  out   by   the   McLeod   store  would also be  rucked ��������� and   the   good  roads loop completed.       j  , President Hayes of CreBtcm Board  of Trade joined the party for the tripv  to Slrdrr and   the importHnce of get-"  ting on with   the  diversions  on  the  Wynndel Sirdar    and   Arrow   Creek  rouids us well as the hew' 16 foot highway from Goat River into .JjOtchener  waa   impreefaod    upon   the   minister.  The   tWQ latter undertakings are Included in this year's work and may bo  proceeded   with   when   the   minister  completes  his   provincial   .tour nnd  checks    up     the    money    available  for now work, or it may bo gone on  with later on ip tho year In order to  take care of un employ ment.  ie������t ior  ^Wynndel at _the end~ of, the * week,  where she is oitAlse clerical steg;of the  Co-Operatiye   Fi-nit Orowersv^dr  atipEtp at Brickson. He wasaccomp-  anied by Wm. Bamsay the ^fetrict  engineer. ������j  - The first of;the new issne Donsieion  4-cent stamps has arrived at Oreston  jwoiwHce, kna wiii be available aft������r  the first of the month. Pour cente  postage is req-aired on all letters going J  to the Old Country- and other British  possessions.  To-night's social fixture is the Rod  and Gun Club dance in the Parish  Halir dancing to start afc S.SO prompt.  The floor; is. in fine shape, the music  .willrbe by Creston orphestra, while  Caterer ^TorTis isfurnishingthestipper.  Everybody welcome.  .1  Kyle^was a  '^^-S^Sim^Z.  ��������� ' days  Jciafcedifas  whose  S^n-Palmer - of" "Vahcowver  was,  a  thp  'bw^ess visitor here.; on^Tuegday; pSu  lrroti^e.tOt '^iel^ormenr :4������^e^j^^ra3iv:>;:"  S^fornaerty1 owneil ^ ^  ?fche>^-jwwe* ������tong_fQ*������-ft ^ou������������toln J Z  t^B^^^^m^^gS^^ bnok jtt}t*tE& In *  Z^r  'WMeht^i^������i!purcHasea: abbot *-tfire4e  ���������fraamjaffo- hy: Hugh Tavlor.  LT~,~. t .*rr-  fchat  Additional $30QO tor School  The public sohool oMcIallv elo-aes today for the summer vacation. ancB op-  eratlon-u, will toot btt w^unjod. ujjUI tho  first Tuesday lu September. Tlio annual school meeting is culled for Saturday, July fith, nnd proml&ea "to he an  interesting one, as an additional 88000  over laet year1������ grant will be.asked! to  enrryw on the school for the next  twelve month8. A tiiiic������;esaof to Trustee ' E. 'B. Staples.' whoae Ihrae-year  term has expired, will have to bo elected.  Local qnd Personal  ICE���������lc. pound delivered in Cr eat-  on.   Apply F. K. Smith.  H, K. Oatway left on Friday on a  husinenH trip to Vancoiivor,  C. B. Garliintl woaii bnsineBa'vlfiltor  In Nelson on TneBdiiy and Wednesday,  Fon 8Atm���������Standard yaccutn awpopc  cr, ecurcety used, price $0. Enquire  llevlew Ofllce. .*. ���������-...'���������..  ���������-'.*���������'���������������������������  Fid 8 Pon SALlu���������Purebred Chester  White, five weoks old, 97.t ach.   J. B.  Kuu������S, Vt" y Mit-v),  ^^he'rlcM^;i)i^s^ Is almost  at its peak.-and reports from all sec-  ttons are to the effect that skeeters aie  both more active and numerous this  year than for several seasons past."     x-  : To-morrow (Saturday) is Dominion  Day. a statutory.' holiday, when all  places of business in town will be  closed, and the general delivery wicket  at the postoffice open onlv from '& to 6  p.m. ��������� -^  Fbuit WAKTBD���������We want to ,get  direct shipments from a fruit grower.  Must be reliable an^ attend to good  packing. State fall particulars by  letter to Roach & Company, Macleod,  Alta. ''''"���������.���������        ' '^ ' ',..*���������*'-.*���������!��������� ���������-.. -;Z-Zy.i.      ?'*-'���������;.���������'<  The C.P.R. has a small crew iit  work making the excavation |for the  pipe line of the new water main that  W being laid from their reservoir* on  the old McCarthy ranch to the tank at  the depot. ,;' -pZ.;-rZ'-i  A meeting of the 1022 Chautauqua  guarantors is called for Monday night,  July 8rd, nt 8 o'clpcki lit the C.P.H������v  waiting room fo* the purpose of  winding up the affairs "of this yenr's  Cliantanqiia.  Miss Dobbin, of Tun bridge Wells,  England^ who has been on a visit to  her sister, Mrs, Brickson at Invermere, in renewing acquaintances in  Creston this week,' fctl������ guest of her  neice Mm O.C Bennett.  y^hat Is claimed to he the largest  rainbow *rout caught In Valley'  streams in recent years was brought  in oh Wednesday last from Summit  Creek by Goo. Mawson. It weighed  the even 2_ pounds cireaBOd.  * For   SAI.1B���������Three  twenty "acres   near  khown'as sub-lotS4>-  have ch'-rilco Af  north  01Operi4ore, or tho  hundred   and  Arrow. Creek,  Purchaser may  ot-^ooth h������lf i-h  whole" lot  at Afl  par acre.    W.   K.   Esliag, Rossland,  BIO.   ���������*.:  Hon. ty, B. SuthGrlaricl of Victoria,  Minister of public workw. was n between trains visitor here on Tliumday  ast, and during his stay had a look  ov<nr t.htt nriiiila   tst   thts ' A\tsir,t*tt*%' -ftttnt  Lister to Sirdar,   paying  special   at<  C. 0. Quist is leaving this week for* tetttion to the   lined   surfacing   opeiv  mr������. iaeaa wno 9. visntor ~v~ rernie  on Wednesday; attending the .wedding  of her son, "George, who was married  that afternoon to Miss Todd ofjFernie. .  After a honeymoon spent at mountain  resorts the happy couple will take np  residence on the Mead ranch here.  H. S. McCreath was the- auccessful  tenderer on the job of removing the  apple trees from the site of the hew  Warehouse the -Union will occupy on '  Canyon etreefe. The bids on the excavating nil appeared excessive and it  likely this work will be done by day  labor.  Thirty-six candidates are writing on  the Entrance examinations at Crest-  op thio week���������the biggest list of candidates on yecord. With the exception of Sirdar every' school in the Val*  ley has one cr more pupils trying their  Lack, Kitchener having one and Yahk  three.  Creaton is *iow head-qaeHers'-for ���������-.  exportliquor warehousedoing business  under proyincial license in the storehouse on the Creston Hotel property,  which baa just'been fitted np. S, J.  Matthewo iw in charge and business is  carried on under the firm name off  Oreston Export Liquor Company.  The Valley haa experienced the  hottest June on record, anil practically  no rainfall since the Sth. In con-  sequence thi; '-strawberry crop ia going  be considerably below expectations,  and unless n good soaker, of a rain  happens along within a week the  raspberry crop will be shortened up  very much.  July   will    be  holiday   inonth  at  Christ Church, Oreston,  and Anglican  services are    withdrawn   at all  the  other Valley points for the*, whole of  next  month,   Rov. H. Varley  being  away on his annual vdo&tlon nt Edge-  wood, .where* Mrs. Varjoy has been re-  cuipi&ratlug Iter  lieitllli   for   tlj-d   \snBt~.  three wiecks.  After a layoff on Suti dav last Ci-efet-  on baifuEthall team will resume operations on Snnday- hy invading Bonner**  Ferry for a game with the team of  that town In tho Afternoon. Bnnnera  has quite the classiest team  En north-  msrn S������1mHo tfuBwi'WH-r nrstl tint. Icwulw wllij  have to play their best yet to come  through with a win. -.  ���������- J.  \������,:A i:  M  -L.  ESE ESYXBkW^CKESTON, B. G*  mn^^jtummm. m  Wp  tr?". -ri  ifii' KV.  Sti* -  I'*..**;* =.  |;];i J;  vd-'f-  p  ill  i'-fe-'t  p?i*.  r*?A* >'*.  ������  ^^H^^1  &e$ps rresa  and Fragrant  in ike Sealed  Package  Burning Up Money  Human Magnets  The fire Loss in Canada during-1921 amounted to more than. $45,000,000  and exceeded that of any previous year in the history of the "country. Returns for tha present year indicate that, conditions are" going from bad to  worse. During- the first Lour months ol 1922, losses have amounted to ?79,-  206,-000, or almost $5,000,000 per month. - '-        . . ���������       '  ^  The^above figures are taken from a new publication called "Fire Control," publisli&d by the Department of Insurance at Ottawa, winch has been  forced to take notice of the rapidly increasing fire waste rn. Canada and has  become impressed with the necessity of calling public attention most forcibly  to it. If the enormous fire loss in Canada each and every year is to "be lowered il is imperative that the general public be aroused to a greater sense of  individual responsibility lor existing conditions.  It is estimated that directly and indirectly, without taking Into account  loss of IsCe and injuries resulting from fires, Canada's fire "burden in 1921  totalled the enormous sum oE $9S,435,470. This great sum of almost one  hundred million dollars is paid directly by property owners; but subsequently,  through-the channels of business, every individual in Canada bears his or her  share of the burden. So distributed it amounts to $11.25 per capita of the  population and constitutes a tax of more than-^|50.00 per annum upon, the  average family. Other taxes produce something in the way. of .service, but  this fire tax of one dollar per week per family yields no return.  There is a popular notion that the loss sustained in fires is, in the \rast  majority of cases, fully covered by insurance. Newspaper accounts of fire  invariably concluded with the words: "JLoss fully covered by. insurance."  We. take it for granted that this means there is complete compensation for all  waste and destruction caused by the fire. There is no greater fallacy. , The  losses resulting from a fire extend in so many directions that they can never  be fully covered by insurance.  Insurance, at the most, can be collected only for the goods and .property  actually destroyed. There is uo insurance covering the-cost of cleaning  up the debris preparatory to re-building; none for time lost in productive  work while re-building or-seeking a new location; none for profits lost on.  work that might have been done but which, owing to'the fire, went to a competitor; none for the costly disorganization of business which results; none  for loss ot employment suffered by employees; none for the public who  through decreased production maj' be called upon to pay higher prices. Yet  these losses have, to be paid J or. Who pays it the insurance companies do  not? Why, the public oi course. And even if such losses were covered by  insurance, the public would still pay through still heavier premiums. The  only way for the public to escape these charges is to reduce the fire waste.  In the Western Provinces of Canada where the bulk or the population live  in rural parts, and where therefore it is difficult, and irequently impossible, to  supply adequate fire-fighting equipment, it is especially important that all  possible precautions against fire be taken and the utmost care exercised at  all times. If a fire starts on the farmstead, or in a small village or hamlet-,  the total destruction of the building is almost a foregone conclusion because  there are not, and cannot be, the efficient fire-fighting apparatus available in  cities and the larger towns.-     ,. ��������� -*, ���������     -  However, with the now general installation of rural telephones connected  with local town, and village centres, it should be possible for adjacent rural  districts to unite with the town or village in providing a light an to fire equipment,  combining a  chemical and pumping engine  and hose carriage,  which  would provide protection not only for the small town or village but tor a considerable section of the surrounding country as wel!,'and the-rura! population  thus be reasonable sure that a telephone call  will find tiie nearby town or  village fire department equipped and readjr to  serve them promptly.      The  , small. town or village cannot, of itself,  stand the expense of providing such  equipment,  but   through  a union of  forces  with   the -adjace'nt rural  sections  such equipment could be provided without imposing too hea^y a burden on  anybody. .*������������������������������������-.  Farm homes can easily be equipped with automatic chemical extinguishers air. very low cost, a very simple apparatus which can be used by a woman,  or a child if necessary. If a blaze is started it can, through such means,  be quickly smothered before it gets headway whe.ce nothing can check, it.  However, there is no better way of avoiding loss by fire than to prevent  fire. Once again, it may well be urged.that an ounce of prevention is worth  a pound of cure. The adoption of all reasonable precautions against a fire  being started is, after all. the cheapest and most effective of all measures  to reduce Ehe fire waste which today constitutes one of the heaviest taxes  itn-poseti upon the people oE this,Dominion.  Experiments Have , Proved" Certain  People Possess Magnetic Powers  Some experiments' that 'are being  cs*rriew. oui oywa ^."jtrei'ms'n. '-^doctor  esiiow that c.ertainfpeople possess^mag-  iietic powers like jfcfibse of:an ordinary  ''magnet. " . Zi% - --'"--    ^--���������0'        - "���������  Ther magnet ism in' the" hand of one  person examined,was so marked that  oh laying* the" hand on a paper sprink-  .led-with. iron, filings,.the .filings .arranged themselves along {he "lines of  torce" in a way' that, post" of us have  seen done with aVeai magnet.    .  The' interesting;'" point is ;that, after  a magnetic person has done some  exercise, his magnctis  Lion*   sccuia    -U   Ail-  S.M~~  Msiness  oman  Out With. Stat ������ment  ;%.;��������� ��������������� :0J; Fiicts To-' Ptfcblic  erase.- =  Dr. Grunswald,- who. is conducting  the ^experiments, has made an instru-  ment^that will-*measure a" person's  magnetism.   -..*-���������  When Your Appetite Fails  sis  SXft  d  When the very thought of eating  makes you feel - dizzy, when you're  run down, stomach in bacKshape���������you  aeeu a reai housecieaning with Dr.  Hamilton's- Pills. * They 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.  Hamilton's Pills. Many folks used  this-fine old remedy and nothing else  and keep in the pink of condition all  the time, 25c at all dealers, or The  Catarrhozone Co., Montreal.  What She Knew  A j-outhlul and blushing bride reduced the aged__grandmother of the  grooirl to a state of collapse not" long  ago. When the old' lady asked her if  sue could cook, the bride answered,  "Not very well, but' I know that you  bake inside the stove and boil on the  outside."  "Since taking Tanlac I feel so well  I can'hardly realize that a short ttme  ago I was'In "such wretched condition?' declared. Miss Alythe Perth, 351  Carlton St., Winnipeg, Man., popular  young business woman.   , ���������-   ���������    -  "I had a nervous breakdown which^  kept me in bed several weeks and left  me so bad off J. had scant hope of ever  getting better..- I was very nervous,  couldn't sleep and, even after I- went  back to the. office I seemed to have no  strength. My stomach- became , disordered and indigestion caused" sue  frightful-pains, bloating and shortuess  of breath, v My kidneys also "bothered ue almost ��������� continuously and lifo  was positively miserable.  "IJut soon after I began taking Tanlac I could see it was' doing mc a  world of good. Seven bottles have  relieved me of ail my, ailments and  now my health is just fine. I think  Tanlac is simply grand."    - ' .*��������� ;  . Tanlac is sold by all good druggists;  The Smallest Dictionary  Print   So    Fine   Can    Only ~Be   Read  Through Glass  Weighing less tfian' one-Sixth of an  ounce, the smallest English dictionary  in the world, has -been located at Ottawa, it is -claimed. - Joseph Brown,  a war veteran, who- went overseas  with the 42nd Highlanders, is the possessor^ He earried the dictionary, a  family heirloom, right through the  campaign-. The pages are a little  over Jialf an inch thick. The paper  is very fine and the print can-only be  "read through, a glass. There are  11,000-pages. '    '    '  Thinks Swearing A88 Right  Yes, providing - the ^-provocation  equals the offence of Jones stepping  on Smith's sore corns. Far better to  use "Putnam's" Painless Corn Extractor, it does lift out corns in a hurry*  No corn can last if "Putnam's" is applied. t Refuse a substitute, 25c everywhere.  NEW STRENGTH FOR  WEAK STOMACHS  indigestion      Disappears     When     the  Blood  Supply is  EnricH������d  The urgent need of all who suffer-  -from indigestion, and who find the  stomach unable to perform its usual j  function, is a tonic to enrich the  blood. -Pain and distress',after eating is the wa.y the stomach, shows that  it is too weak to perform the work of  digesting the food ' taken. In this  condition some people foolishly resort  to purgatives, but these only further  aggravate the trouble.  New strength is given weak  stomachs  by Div Williams   Pink  Pills   because   these   pills    enrich and purify  the blood supply.      This is the natural  process    of    giving strength and tone  to  the  stomacli,  and  it accounts   for  the speedy relief in stomach disorders  that follows the use of '-tit-. Williams  Pink Pills.    The appetite revives, food  c&n be taken -without discomfort and  the  burden  and   pains  of indigestion  are dispelled.      Mr. William Johnson,  a prominent business man of Lequille,  N.S..bears testimony to" the value of  these pills in cases of this kind.     He  says:   *T  was  attacked with indigestion accompanied by severe cramps in  the stomach.      I  was  prescribed, for  by the family doctor, but got- yery .lit*:  tie benefit.     Then i tried some of the  adv.ertised remedies but with no better result:     Indeed, my condition was  growing worse.      Then I read of, the  case of a man  who-praised Dr.  Williams Pink Pills whose condition was  "similar to  my own. and I decided  to  try    this    medicine.      The    rpsult,    I  think, was nrnaxing as the use of .s'x-  boxes restored me to my former good  health.     I can therefore warmiycom-  mend the use ol!   this   medicine    for  stomach troubles."  You can get those Pills' from any  medicine dealer or by mail at 50 cents  a box or six boxes for $2,6-0. from The  Dr. Williams Medicine Co., Brockville,  Ont.  No More Crusoes  Wireless   Telegraphy    Comes   to   the  Rescue of Shipwrecked   Mariners  Robinson Crusoe wouldn't > need   to  stay    on     his lonely island very long  nowadays. " There  cant be any more  stories, written  about  castaways  and  Man Fridays any morev  . Wireless telegrapny has_done away  with     "poor     old   Robinson   driistse."  AU ships -are being fitted with these  wireless  outfits, which can  send out  calls for help far and wide.'  A Swedish vessel, Elmaren, for in-  Si-M*. ���������*���������% fi^-x nn -r-* m-*. jvwin,(i������\ rJ       ^*tf***0i       *t-\-\ i-x      r.\-% J~*\-*\*a*\.      S\ P  c<*jliC���������,      l<zH      agiuutiu   vu   cue?   onui c  xsL  a small isiand in uxe Indian ocean.  As soon as the crew landed they  brought their wireless ashore, fixed  it on the top of the highest hill, and  began sending out messages. In less  than a -month .after the shipwreck an  answer was received, and the crew  was rescued.  'I They left the wireless apparatus on  the hiTl-top_for the benefit of anx.  others that might be cast ashore ton  the lonely island.  Holds-Honorary Degrees- _~ _.  A total of 64 honorary degrees are'  held by Mme. Currie," the celebrated  European chemist and discoverer of  radium.. - Nine of the degrees are,  from American colleges and universities.  No Rest With Asthma. Asthma  usually attacks- at night, the one timo  when rest is' needed most! Hence  tbe loss of strength, the-nervous" debility, the loss of flesh and other evils  which must be expected - unless reiief  is secured. Fortunately relief is possible. Dr. J. D. Kellogg's Asthma  Remedy has proved its merits throtlgft  years of service. A trial will -surely  convince you. - .:  Nearest Sta-rs'Still Distant  Man has been able to calculate distance from the eajth to some of the  stars. , The nearest stars are still so  distant that it takes the light from  them four years to reach us, going at  a velocity of 186,000 * miles every  second.  shmedyowr  shoestoday>?  ^^QeZ^^iisti'  '���������zzS:ii&?e������zyp#zzL  Keep Minard's Liniment In the house  If the wholp earth was reduced to  'a "level tableland its height would'be  920 feet above' sea level.  Keepers'  Supplies  Beekeepers will find  by     looking:.    throuRh  our   catatogrue,   everything   needed   for   tlie itatfan-  production of honey.             Queens  ���������   " -Seind for a copy to������������������"  " -"  RUDDY MFG. CO., LTD.  Oept.  D. Brantford, Ont.  *���������- .-. Successors to __  .   Ham Broa.v Co., :I-iimited. -  The world's good judgment  approves this cup  JlXJCH, refreshing- and satisfying, Postum  brings the endorsement of discriminating  people everywhere, '  Postum meets all the demands of a  table drink���������it imposes no penalties upon  nerves or digestion.  Made instantly in the cup at the table������������������  An economical drink for health and  efficiency.  Instant Postum  "There'* a Rtmon"  Mtui*. hr CmnmAimn KNsatnm C������r������������ll Co.. 1-tA., Wtnd������*r, Ontaita  A Return to Good Times  When, we learn that our,'great London hotels nre experiencing eometliing  ot a boom, there la little dlttlculty in  putting two and two tog-ether. The  wheels of trade have begun to rcvolvo  again. Every week sees au added  momentum. Soon they will bo turning nt full speed. TheBe seemingly  chruhI g������l'horinc������ 1n foyer?! wnd ~re������-  taurants mean muoh. Thoy mean orders, trade, business of AH Idiula. And  that means nn end to unemployment  nnd n return to proHporlty.   Truly the  barometer   joints  to    "Set    Falr,"-r-  Lonrion Daily Express.  ST n wZtmm 3.y wuawl]lli-ia# lo- l-uke in  waHhlriK nnd scrubbing' tb support  the family Hhe Iihh no business to  marry n man to reform him,  Mlr������ardi'������       Unlment       Lumberman's  1rrJ������n*d  Stm0������>m*irm*ii4������ii44mmm\i4mi^mitmmtm������msmittmrm������m  (rmmrtmimwi i* ,mmA*aiii4iii*0^mmAiamt'ma4im-iimtoMimiiim   " w. ~.r"isZ"i'-M'~"   "~ ������������������  WARDING!   .Say "Bayer*"  when  you buy Aspirin.  Unless you see thc name "Bayer" on tabtdts, y.ou are not get-  tins: Aspirin at alt. Accept pnly ait/'unbroken package" of  ������Bayer Tablets of Aspirin/' which contains directions and dose  worked out by physicians during 22 years and proved safe by  millions for."  Colds  Toothache  Earache  -Headache.  Neuralgia  Lumbago  Rheumatism  Neuritis  Pithi, Pain  lUndy "Bayer" hoxea of 12 tabtatB���������Aluo fcoltlui cf 24 anJ 100- Dn^rlnto.  AipIHn la tliu trad*������ mark <r������*Ut������red In 0*n*.anV ������* Ktsytir Uf*i������o������������irUM> ss. V.***.**  in^tlriiclalcMt^r or Hnlioyiicacld. WIUIo. It t������ w������U kno-wu'thaf Anjurlt. *\ii*-<~t.u. it^tnv  inmnu Cue turn: t������������ulit th������ public air������.ln.f������ni1|������Uori*. di* 'l'������lrti������4* ������fO������)������r Camtttrnv  will Iwi utampod wltu ttitir vanertt.1  kr*d������ usmtk, th~ 'Buyer.Crow."   ���������  PZ Z11P������ZZ������PP.  ^w-.H^,*^^14^f4.T'?t������*s*"4**tJ������*M*i^������ft*1 rm 0mt^y *mi#4pm,i .-/ x>  i  UZjb������Mt BjEvTEWji CEjfiSxuN, JS. ������3������.  ���������^.Oitaya.���������The House ban 'approved J companies, etc. It had also -received'  the rciport ol tho agricultural eommit-j telegrams from ��������� various sources in  t&p recommending creation of a wheat! regard' to the wheat ' board. The  marketing-"agency to handle the 1922 j Question of the constitutionality of  crop., .Under the terms oi" the com- j the ��������� wheat board having been'raised,,  mittee's report, tlie market frit* agency'' t'his question was rcferted to proper  is!not to-be given the direct handling  lega-1 authorities.     - - -  -of flour and mill products and the act  creating it is to become effective by  Ijaroclamationj'as soon as tv:G "or "more  pi the provinces have-conlcri.,ed^upon  -tibia agency such powers possessed by  the wheat board of T9.1!>*a������ come within1 provincial jurisdiction."    *  "There was protracted discussion on  the respective methods ot the com-  {sEilsory and the voluntary^jjool. Right  Hon. Arthur Meighen, leader of- the  Opposition, v. complained that the  wheat board -was being submitted to  a- long and cruel process of strangulation tmd"1 he House "should not be  ^.Bked_ to put in the ,finals stab. He  favored a voluntary board. The Opposition polisy, Avas. subsequently, expressed in an amendment' submitted  JSy Donalci- Sutherland-^ ~ol'_ South Oxford, calling tor reference "of the  report back "to the agriculture committee ' with ' instruction to amend it  so as to read:  "It is desirable in the    national   3n-  "fcerests that the Government immediately* create- a national wheat market-.  ing agency^ "similar to the Canada  .Wheat Board oiiaiy, but on a "volun-  tary basis, fully in accordance with  tb6 powers of Parliament, for the marketing of" the, wheat crop .of 1922, and  ���������that   to   this "end  Federal   legislation  -Jbe introduced immediately, such legislation to provide further that'the said  board may, with the approval- o������ -the  EOvernor:in-councIl,' exercise such fur-  "th.ee. powers or duties as may be.com-,  petently** conferred -upon it oy* legisla-  -tion ot any, province." '   .   " '     ^ -  Hon. W. "It. Motherwell, Minister of  Agriculture,"was of  the opinion  that  *the  proposed ^plan,.3wml& heZ reasonably  satisfactory" to'the "people  they  --���������were trying to serj-re.   _ - '   . -, -Z~-,  ~   The amendment was finally declared  lost on .division and the>comzait-  ..tee's,    report    .was   declared  adopted  ^.lilh^.a     J *U ���������       T.Tr0*.r.r.      rlX-rtrtS���������tr.  WJHiuu',   iuc   iz.Ot~.ac   uxvxuiUg.  -F. Kay " . ^Liberal, JMississquoi),  chairman" "of -the committe" on- a'gri-  culture .and colonization,, moved concurrence I'n* the fifth report of this  committee which was presented -to  the House,cm May 26., The report  recommends that-an act be passed  creating a national wheat marketing  agency for the 'marketing of the  wheat crop of 1922, to become effec-"  tlve as soon as two or more provinces  have conferred on this- agency such  powers as were possessed by -the  wheat board of 1919 as come within  the provincial jurisdiction.  In    moving    concurrence,, Mr. Kay  .:::said   that   the   wheat board Question  -: had  been  raised by  a  memorandum  f from-the  Canadian  Council  of  Agriculture    asking -for    restoration    of  Z such a  board.      The  committee had  proceeded   to   hear  witnesses   Includ-  *-., Ing  representatives  of the  Canadian  r Co.unejU   ofJ-Agriculture',   the  elevator  .*.*:..; '������������������' ������������������'���������������������������      "'������ 'ZZZ'   '*���������-^��������� -i-i.  Mr. Kay said it should be provided  that any province taking advantage  of concurrent legislation to establish  the board should become responsible  Ior and pos_sessed"by any-profits ac-  crtiing/ 1= *  WESTERN  EDITORS  i  \?lm for Restoring  -    Former Dual Monarchy  Powers Asked to Give AustriaTwenty  _ Year Credit  " Fails.���������The -Allied:" Council of Ambassadors decided to request the few  remaining governments,' creditors of'  Austria, who have not .yet renounced  their claims against her, to do so.J!or  a period'ot twenty years. The desire  is. thus -to permit the application of  the credit system which- has been  elaborated ior the restoration of the  former dual monarchy.  Charles Benoit, French  Minister of  the   Hague," Hteaded     the     delegation  which    France    sent _" to The Hague.  This delegation, however,-only attended  the preliminary meeting, June 15,  the experts not being expected to ar-  'rive-vontil later, about June 2Ej.  . :The    Gerftian    Government notified  tlie   Reparations   Commission   that   it  would    pay    the    regular monthly installment "oi 50,000,000 gold marks on  the date fixed ior this, payment.   - The  commission is 'awaiting    word     from  Germany as to what measures she intends  taking" jto   carry  out the provisions of _ the  commission's ultimatum  .pow. that  the international  loan   has  tailed  to  materialize.       The   commission, i���������t was anhounced, will send "another  note to    Germany     requesting  further minor improvement    in    the  budget.and arrangements for financial  reforms.   , - r  Political Air Cleared  By Division Os The  udeet Proposals  Ottawa.���������The division on the ��������� budget clears 'the political air." -irZ the  view of political observers, however,  Jt has dispelled any .idea of a general  election, at any^rate until after, a re:  distribution - bill is brought down  next session. Nevertheless, considerable significance is attached to the  fact that the Government majority of  18 was dependent on the nine Progressives who voted against their  leader. Had they voted with him,  the House would have divided on~an  even  vote,   and' the   carrying "of the  Miss Eiva Simmons, Editor and Pro%  prietor    of    The'   Advance,    Rimbey,  Alberta.  Kadso Messages on  rs-i  irams  view? .  Liberals are inclined Xo think  It does.'  It- was expected that the ,Gover n-  ment majority-would���������be dependent to  a .large extent on the Progressive absentees. As events turned out, there  were no Progressives absent. They  were,present, but some oi" them were  apparently unaware of the nale  which, -requires every member present in the House during a division,  and who is not paired,, to cast liis  vote. On the Drayton amendment,  seven Progressives and the two Labor  -budget   would   have   been   dependent j men, did not "vote,  although in their  on the casting vote of the Speaker.  There is also considerable comment on the nature of the split in Progressive ranks. Of the nine who  supported   the   budget,    seven  j were  from   Ontario,   and  two   from   British t against the amendment."  Vancouyer.���������What ii. said to be  the first time in ~ttie ' history of  railroading in'Canada, the experiment of "s������nding radio messages  from a moving passenger train  has been tried out on the Transcontinental Limited of the National Railways. Messages were received from-Vancouver on board a  train when it-was injhe vicinity"  of" Hope, B.C., eastbound from  Vancouver. The messages were  received perfectly, until the train  ..ran into, an atmosphere" that was  -disturbed by_������an electrical storm  overhead and interruptions were  frequent.- Should the experiment  prove successful, it is possible  that all Canadian National trains  operating in the west will be  equipped  with   radio, it  is stated.  Nervous Breakdown  COULDN'T SLfcEP NIGHTS  Columbia. " All Progressives from the  prairie provinces voted against the"  budget. Doe s_ the split, it is asked,  "indicate a veering of the eastern Pro-  seats at the time and not paired.  ���������  The Speaker's attention was called  to the fact and- they were required to  vote.       "If  I   must vote,"  said  J.   T.  Shaw,    of   'GB-s^ry,    "T    shall " vole  "Under    compulsion,"  Coote,   of "MacLeod,   "I  the amendment."  -There   is_now .talk   of  said  -G.    G.  vote   against  prorogation  gressives towards the Liberal point Of "within a "couple of Aveeks.  Meonoiiites Wish to'Return  to  rftt    0 * 0       m  uuna Appoints  /      Foreign Minister  Dr. Yen Will Fill Post in New Central  Government  ', ^Peking.���������Dr.__ W. W. Yen, "former  foreign minister, has been ^.re-appointed* to that postman the rieV Centra;!  Chinese Government. ,i.Dr. Yen. has  also been -named1 acting premier and  is-expected to be made premier ih the  event of Wu' Ting-Fang, foreign minister of the Southern' Government at  Canton, refusing to be, President Lis'  premier. ���������:���������,'. .*,,  s",General J?W*~ I^ei-FIu. the outstanding military figure of China by reason  of his recent defeat of Chang Tso-Llia  the Manchurian leader, has been  chosen minister of war in the Peking  cabinet. Dr, Wang Chung-I-Iui, a  lawyer , of International repute, will  be minister of justice. <  To those on the verge of ���������*. nervous  breakd&wn .the - following _ symptoms  present" themselves; nervous headaches, a feeling of depression, fitful,  disturbed, restless and unrefreshing  .sleep, often troubled with -frightful  dreams avoidance of crowded places,'  dread of being alone, horror of society,  etc.       - ~ - -  When the nerves become affected in  this way the heart generally becomes  affected Wo, and on the flrst signs of  any weakness of the heart or nerves,  flagging energy or physical breakdown  do not wait until your case becomes  hopeless, but get a remedy that will  at once quieten the nerves, strengthen  the heart and build up-the entire system^ ' :     --'.    ., 'Z-Pii-':L--r-'-'       .  -.'.. '���������  This you will find 3n    ^       *:  MILBURN'S  HEART AND NERVE PIUS  Mrs. ��������� M. Damgand, Young's Cove  Road, N.B., writes:^���������'T was bothered  very much with iny heart and nerves;  had nervous headaches and- "dizzinress,  could not sleep at nights, and iny appetite was all gone. T was,on a nervous breakdown when a neighbor-told  me to try Miiburn's; Heart, and Nerve  Pills. This I did, and before I hasd  tlie second box used I"was better and-  would advlsie anyone who has nerve  troubl e to take th em .*,.  Price, 60c a box at all dealers, "or  mailed direct on receipt of price, by  The T. Milburn Co., Limited, Toronto,  Ont" ���������;������������������        .* "���������   ������������������*..  Saskatchewan    Man    Who    Went  Alabama   Makes   Bad   Move  Ottawa.���������An   interesting   se.quel   to  the  movement some time  ago of th'e  iJoxinoiilte acLilers u'om western Canada to the United States has just occurred   in the form of an  appeal   received by the-Department of Immigration  atrd   Colonization   for  assistance  to   enable   sortie   of   these  settlers   to  get back to Saskatchewan.      The appeal -comes in a letter from a former  settler  at Ernfold,  Sask., who  writes j  from  Millay, Alabama.      Alter  point- j  ing out that conditions have not been  such as he expected to find, this set- l  tier continues:  "We would like to hear    from    you  if     it     would    'be   possible   lor   your  Government to help us out    here;     I  mean, if lt would be possible to loan  us '_ money ��������� to   get ,back.~to oui\farms  again.     "We .cannoi^stay here __ as; we  are in'1 such bad  sbape now that  we  don't know what  will besoms ~ of us  &q   I   pray    you to help us out.    '* My  intentions  never were "to  leave Canada, but I was talkedsinto    doing    so  and I am very sorry that I did."  For Mount Everest Summit  London.���������According to reports from  Tibet, two selected members of General Bruce's exploration party are  now attempting to reacfa~~the summit  of Mount Everest, the goal of .the expedition, said a Calcutta despatch -to  the Morning Post. - ���������  German Kaiser's Memoirs  - Berlin���������The. world rights, both book  and serial, of the former German emperor's memoirs have been obtained  by a United States syndicate for approximately a quarter of a million  dollars.  Semenoff Returns to Orient  Cossack General Was Recalled by  Petition from Siberians  Vancouver.���������Recalled to Asia by  petitions whieh 'tire snid to contain the  names of numbers oE" Siberians, General Gregory Semen-off, chJeC of the  Cossacks, sailed frori* Vancouver Tor  the Orient on the (Canadian Pacific  liner Empress of Asia.. General  Semenoff will proceed clJrect to Harbin, Manchuria, and from th^re hln n-c-  tions'.-wjli lie directed hy the, cbunael  of his advisers.  General Semenoff, it in nold, is returning somewhat biioyetl up in hopes  and expectation!! on account of information which he , gathered when  on his visit to the United Staten. He  wnfi frtfrt *o be brick fn Ctintidn, and  fluted he enjoyed the rest he experienced while under the Canadian (lag.  ITIb United * Stated experience had  been eomewhat BtrenucuiH, but he  voices no criticism of the United  States Government, though speaking  Clxply ot; Indlvhluala "who were active  In opposing Win. - "*  Making of Home Brew  Will Likely Become Illegal in Canada  In NeoTr Future  Ottawa.���������"Home brew" will shortly  be illegal in Canada if the House of  Commons in committee on^the budget  resolutions passes one of the proposed amendments to the Inland Revenue  Act; placed before it by HonV-W. S.  Fielding;  Minister of Flnance.-  The effect of the amendment will  be, according to officials of the department of inland revenue, that  once the amending bill has passed  the House and receives royal assent,  thousands of licenses issued to individuals allowing them'to brew, beer  for their.own. use will be vplded.  After this bill comes into fcffect no  one except brewers, regularly licensed  as such by the department of inland  revenue, will be permitted to brew  beef.  Until the House passes the bill-and  it receives royal assent It does riot  become law, however, so there is"a  short respite for those "who have  been making thfeir own beverages.  ���������W." H.". V, "1425  Indian Federation Impracticable  London.���������"So long as public opinion  Blanda where it Js today, West Indian  Federation In the larger sense is impracticable," !s the conclusion of the  report of Major B. F. JL. Wood, parlla-  mentftry umleivacci^tary qf the colon-  lee, ,on hla recent visit to the West In-  dl������H. Major Wood points out that  the primary nnd most serious dIfll-  culty In the way of federation Jb the  great distances separating the  colonics.  /af/s from.  "What's   wrong   with  you?" sang out tho enameled ware kettle to a  brilliant, silvery sauce pan  hanging on a hook behind  the stove.   "I haven't seen  r you on the stove for weeks.  ' Anything wroffig?" .'. "  '"Everything's wrong,"  sighed the brilliant sauce  pan, "M istress says she's  tired of having to scour and  rqb aitd polish me every  time she uses me. I guess  I'm too hard to keep clean."  "My little nephew/ SMS*  Sauce Pan, seems to hnvd  your job now,"  sang the  kettle*.-; "'  -      "Yes," said the silvery  sauce pan sadly. "Mistress  says slie prefers Sfli1-****  Enameled** Ware, because  she can clean it in a jiffy,  even after the greasiest  frying or boiling. I guess  I'm on the shelf, nil cightl"  See that every enameled  ware kitchen utensil you  buy beairs the well-known  SJfll*   tradc-mark.  ^^r I5gp#   WST "f^^^mT'^^^m^  "Ware  MX _._, -***&*���������*���������*��������� ,  mttJ-xttt.  t-t������n*U**  Gandhl'a Successor Arr������8.t-ed  Lucknow, BJ.���������Quereshi, who succeeded Mohandas Gandhi as editor or  Young India, has been arrested following publication or alleged seditious  article a ia thc ne'wnpapcf.    ,  -mtvCOWt**-  CAtOWW.-S  Tina     t)(lijlll.|lir     HuItlirf.U'i      ui-MHiihUitliS  ���������employs more than 20,o6o people, THE   CBESTON  BEVIEW  THE CRESTON REVIEW  Issued every Friday at Creston. JB.C  Subscription : $2.50 a year in advance.  $3.00 to U.S. points.  1 f  O*   "K*     " * Vt?o    J^rtmi-nm- -air\A  f\xxrr. o-r������  -r>*    ���������-  ���������    ~a-j-m~a- .m. XL*-.**.  ~*m~i*-km *J\J m.    C*-m������������   ->���������? tvwuk^  CRESTON, B.C.. FRIDAY, JUNE SO  47 Pupils Write  Summer Exams.  A total of thirty-six candidates,  representing every School in the dis  tricb fiom Yahk to Wynndel, wrote  on the high school Entrance esatnin  ation at Creston the first three days of  the week, the candidates being- supervised by Mrs. Broley of the Wynndel  school, and vice-principal Pearce of  -Q reston.  This is quite tbe  largest list of students   that has  ever  written here and  HP.  Vi'h  Is there any  eat In  nouse r  This is the first question that presents itself  to the housewife if an  un expected visitor d rops  in for a meal. But why  worry?  Shamrock Brand  Hams and Bacon  Finest   Quality  Cooked Mam  Lunch Meat  Bologna, &c~  are always to be had  here. In meats nothing  quite equals 'Shamrock'  products. " ���������-'  P  _URNS  & GO., Ltd.  for the flrst time the schools at Y&hk  and Kitchener Are represented���������the  former with three and the latter with  one scholar. The school at Camp  Lister also has its biggest-yefc list of  students writing-. Principal Campion  having three of her pupils here.  The examination' system is much  cbanned this year. Instead of writing  on eiBven subjects,, the CandidH-tes nriil  only write on five. "They will have to  attain an avearge of C0% instead of  50% as heretofore. These regulations  make tbe examination a much more  difficult one. The department of education say that they do not wish an*y  student to be kept from High School,  but th^y wantr thv students better  prepared to take up High work when  they do get tnere.  Below will be "found the names of  the students from each of the schools:  Canyon City���������Edith Cleave, Jeffrey  Knott, Glen Messenger. Signe Nelson,  Stella Speaker, Minnie Strong,  Erickson���������"Warren Harrison, Kathleen LiittlejoWh, Edtth Palfreyman.  Hnscroft's���������Fred  Huscroft.  Huscroft,     Irene  Kitchener���������Edith Geroux.  Wynndel���������Dorothy Penson.  Yahk���������Alice Allen, Eleanor Allen,  Viola Allen.  Liister���������Jenny Chalmers... Murielle  Millington, Ernest Stevens  Creston���������Evelyn Bevan. Ivin Compton. Edith Crawford,. Edith Davie?,  Charles Holmes, Elson Lidgate, Ruth  Lidgate, Herbert Manuel. Annaietta  McDonald, Harold Payne, Olaf Payne,  Dean Peairs, Ivan "Staples, Ralph  Swanson, Gladys Webster, Donald  Young.  This year, there is also a change in  the High School examination svstem.  Hitherto it has been the custom for  the principal to set atid examine the  papers for those writing in the lower  grade but this year the department  has prepared tbe papers and the staff  of examiners at Victoria will do the  marking on -all candidates writing  MiSs Davidson is in charge of the high  school students who are trying conclusions with the papers, and she has  a total of twenty-one candidates, as  -follows?   ���������'���������" ��������� :  First '���������'���������" Year*****���������Preliminary  Junior Grade :    Sydney  Bell,  Crawford-,''-'������������������' .Albert     Davies,  Hefcherington,   Freda,   Lewis,  Moor-is,   Edwin Staples,   Ruth  son. Eya Webster.  |l     Second    Year���������Advanced     Course,  4  1  i*~-\~s~&~   ""ea-asaffi?  9 mt-~   ���������&  trtr vs*a  in Watson's Make  Sleeveless Vests, V neck, sizes 36, 38  A Cm      A-tr    Ai-r-i  ���������XWj   tiiSJ   1\JKr,-0  Out sizes at 50e.  Course,  Robert  Robert  Robert  Swan-  Fllll Dress, web finish, at 65c.  Sleeveless  Combinations  at  1.00, 1.45,  1,75  Child's Vests, all sizes, 30c.  Children's Combinations, all sizes, $1.JU> each.  Children's   Cotton   Sweaters   in. Navy   and  Vf hite and Navv and Red,' long sleeves* 6j0c  - - 01 ^ V-A  Men9s Underwear  i ��������� Athletics at 1.^0  Spring Needle Combination at. $2.00  Spring Needle Shirts and Drawers at $1.00  T  ANTILE C  LB MIT ED  ..-.  Junior; -Lionise. ..Be'vah,.. Marguerite  Crawford. Agnes Hobden, Hazel  Hobden, Eva Holmes, Violet Morrow,  Men's  Half Soles, $1.25  Women'sHalf Soles, $1.00  Guaranteed _fo^c 6 months.  Secondhand Store in connection  P': zsrith b~tsii~ess-.?..,  Albert   Nickel, -Earl   Svianson,   Ethel  West, Thelma West. Z P  Third Year���������Junior Matriculation:  Rose Cherrington,- Harry Compton.  *���������  to British Columbia's Guests at the  FOURTH INTERNATIONAL  i  1~-"JUL������-^,a4i"!Sv 6-'^rd*'7  Bier Programme of  ��������� ,"- M::  ssiurrsmmerfii ano Kiisgnsss  Papers on Mining, Trip ,up ; the Lake, Dance, Garden  Party, Banquet, Trip to Trail Smelter, Smoker     "  Special Fourth of July Celebration Featares  Buy single ticket, pjeb receipt, so as to take advantage of FARE  AND A HALF RAILROAD RATE.    Notify aeoretary  and Hotel reservations will be made for you.  4  S/S, FOWLER,    -, B. BtACKWODB,  Chairman. Vice-Chairman.  SI - fkiivrd  ��������� Hi ...DH.Il-Ur  Treasurer.  ft  At dlAilStCI  Secretary ������Mffi'H  \  bum  J  BY BURNING THE SAPLINGS  OF TO-DAY  ' *   ^ ..  r%cro"i"Pau t*m in? ��������� r'AnccTg  DJ8Ls> fl rClJ i    8 rltL r^fltElOI'O *  OF TO-MORROW  nmmm  HP   SfC'lIM*'  iJil'iiMiiinlitii  mttmtmtmi  MTiWW"  mm  ||^K*������22C!3T,T1,.  ' I" ^j C^LlrLiil -. li^n.'lX'll^  !.':.!?"..r-".m.tLa.t.i{.u.  mm  Mmmmmsm  m.mmiwmmm'--^^--mmmM  i  ��������� c '  ���������HR  \  S7955  IHE   CffiSESTCS   REVIEW  Wat--?  .%������.  Have your crank case properly' eleei&sd sssdl ra=  filled with the right grade of Imperial .Polarine  Motor QSIs:  a rcc-rs  s  ;neCK up on tne way yourjcnr perrorms.  You will immediately notice that your engine  has more power; that it climbs hills moreeasily%  that it runs more smoothly and quietly and  that' operating troubles occur less frequently.  IMPERIAL OIL  LIMItED  Manufacturers, and Marketers af imperial Po-Ssrisie  Motor Oil* and Marketer* in Canada  .pf Gargoyle MobiloU  mttmsm  I  s������  AEenfs for WilianTs and :Slei!sfiB'$ fttoeoiaiss    ������  CATERING IN ALL ITS BRANCHES.        HIBH CUSS COMFiQTIONERY  eeKeno ice ureani soeciais  Orange Crush Ice Cream    /���������  Just arrived a fresh shipment of Neilson's Chocolates.  naase  all noakes  la ������v������ grades tor the proper lubrication of  akes of automobiles, trucks subsS tractors.  I  ERT 3VQK.K.IS  Next door to Sevan's Oarage  I  FBU8T LAND FOR SALE  Ten acres fine fruit land for stile,  half mile from station, easy" terms.  MONRAD WIGEN, Wynndel, B.C.  Loyal Orange Lodge, Ho. 2095  Meets THIRD THURSDAY of  each    month*   a.t    Mercantile    -_  Hall.    Visiting brethren cordially invited.  "���������ra-n-1-r.r-t ������\r rj������*-v**yr    -wtrr -������������-  A~tA.-A.V~4   -U-UklVXTi      V .   .AXA.  &    Spi&psSs @f     . 9  Imi Aei Amsnifiseiifs  Minimum price cf Urst-class lanS  reduced to ?5 an acre; secona-closs to  92,60 an acre.  ������Tfo-emption now confined to eta-  veyid lands only.  Records wUl be granted covering only  tana suitable for agricultural niumoeas  and which is non-timber land/   ���������  Partnership pre-emptions abolished,  out parties: of not more than four may  arrange    for    adjacent    Dre-emntloQ������v-  with Joint residence,, but ~ea>]i*������io������lnI"fc  necessary Improvements on respective  claims. , ^ \ '  JPre-emptore- must occupy -claims for  Bvo years and make improvement* to  value of 110 per acre. Including clear-  ins and cultivation Of at laant 6 M^rr^a..  before fscsIvIe*" f"~"-���������>������������ -~m~.m,tt  r-^f^������~������ Pf^-eSptor dp occupation not  us: umn vt years, auu has made pro-  * portsonate improvements,* he may. "because of Ill-health, or-otEer cause, he-  granted intersnediate certificate b������ improvement and transfer his claim.  Records without permanent real-.  dence may be issued, provided applicant makeB improvements to extent*of  ���������soo per annum and records same each  year, failure to make improvements  or record Bame will operate as forfeiture. Title'cannot be; obtained - tn  less than 5 years, and improvements  of $10.00 per acre. - InoludWSr 6 acres  cleared and cultivated, and residence  or at least 2 years are required, a  Pre-emptor holdlnc Crown %rant  may record another pre-emption, jf-he  \l221.,rt5j������nai,n conjunction with his  Z~~\t~2i ^i^o^t actual occupation, provide*., statutory   improvements  made  S2?������*!51j.a,,d0,JPe Maintained on Crown  granted land.     - ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������- ������������������>.���������-  mm������!LBU*Te2[e<L areaa, not exceeding; 20  S&&& to������oMftin������*������-after fulfllllna real-  d������ntial and Improvement conditions.  ������4&ss������sr^rsss':&rB  ������5Sf b~Y 9P������ Powon or company.  ���������i^S&,S2SPry'5r ������nduBtriaf rites on  timber land   not   exceeding. 40 acres  !S^!i!2*piir������5BO<*a} oondlUons Include  payment of stumpaore,  ���������^f^tYSft1 hay jneadowa Inaccessible  by ertstinB roads may be purchased  S?������.lil������n,u������uC0? construction of a road  to them.   Robato off one-half of coat of  price; u mrv^s.  PRE-EMPTOR8'.   FRHK      GRANTS  ������ *     j.     JM3T.,* y...  The Mione of this Apt to enlarred to  nm with Hla Majesty's Forces.    The  SI * ooo������wejl pre-emptor may apply  ������������.������"&. S22er *"* ** KT������tenTO  from for one year from the death of  ���������men  person,   as fomaerSy.  until   on������  Trokct���������* **lvl,e������������ ** alno made -���������  dm^������^?Siffin������to P������5:������mption *are  due pr  payable Tor soldiers on    ore-  TESST/^fl&O**- JtlSe 86. jfl?8.  * 'JJ'*0" r-ro remitted for llvo yeara.    ���������-  SruAlvdu* *"!? W6en Vi-ta since August  4, V.U, on aecount of paymentjn. 1������oa  or tuxoa pn soldiers' pre-enmtiono.  t^Wr*ZBt ,?n ,aF*en?ents to purobase  'a0!^?..0^ ������ltr*iot* hold by membora of  -^i,Uo1 forces, or dependents, nZnnlrZA  Oli-Qct or hkdlrect, remitted from en-  liotmont to Maroh 31, lwo.      ���������     M  _QUD-PUFtCHAOBRO OF CROWN  ti. I-AWD8.  i*rovIslon made for Issuance of  Crown grraaitB tb sub-purobasera of  Crown l^ande, acquiring rights fmsm  purohasoro who faUed to oompTaS  ijurohaoe. Involving forfeiture, on ral-  tereat and mums.   Where Bub-naff-cSiiaiHi-  qrazimo. ���������.;  !*   '  Oraslnv Aot. 103*. for    *ywtamaUc  tt^l^lT^itiliy^^ ind"������i������y mo-  vlden for qrtustrw dlntrlots and rature  admin atrirtion under Commbwlon^.  Annual trraslnar permHts Issued bnfted  oiii>������umbcrH mnKod: priority for established owners. &fcok-owneni way  form Associations for ran������������ tnt-t,.*P-f-  mient. #Tttm, or partially free, permits  iatan \m2SL *>*mp*r* w travelers, up  Miss Vaughan. Principal of Erickson school; issues the following report  for Division I. for Mav^  Perfect attendance���������Sdwavd Clark,.  Jean Craigi^, Florence Craigie, Etfie  Littlejohn, - Kathleen Littlejohn.. Edward Martin. Robert Long, ^ Winnie  -Palfreyn)an._Jean Wood.     /  XbS.uln " Eiitrsiics Es'^"'******  ^ '*���������*���������?=-  John. Edith Palfrey man. Junitir  PourLh-T=Winnie Palfreyman, E������Qe  Littlejohn. Junior Third���������Stewart  Penson.  Erickson school contributed toward  the bronze wreaths for the Soldiers'  Memorial $32.30. The campaign was  headed by Beth.Putnam, Kitty Littlejohn, Jean Craigie and Edith Palfrey-  ,., ,  ���������ML���������   ���������      _tf*'l        a.     ft ��������� ���������_���������* a*.  ssas. jtse jjUpiis ua>ke bujs opportune  it^r of' thanking all those who so  generously helped thetn out. -  :Th<  ' *l~r*hll.*fc.r������. i mvrm   {������  0x--j.0~ .. ...0^   xa  list of- the pupils  of Division I._jwho qualified .for a cer-  bificat#|n ^acLie'en^^^cnlar Move-  meotr Penmaj*������hi|������, and ihe certificates  will be awarded, on the last day of  school: Entrance Diploma���������Kathleen  Littlejohn.. Edith Pulfcevman.Wa.wen  Harrison. ��������� Senior Cereificate���������Beth  Fuinana*. ISfifle Litttejohn, IViunie Pal-  freymnn;" Maud Botterill. . Intermediate   Certificate . A���������Stewnrb.   Penson.  Jean T^bod, Florence Craigie, Annie  Botterill. All the pupils who submitted -writing to Mr. Mac Lean were  successful. '.  Miss Holmes, teacher in Division il.  submits the following report for May s  Perfect attendance���������Lloyd Cartwrtgh t  Ruth Oartwright,--MargaB&ifc Fraser.  Frances Handley^ James Handley.  Ruby Martin, Douglass Putnam, Madeline Putnam, Perley Putnam. Uieh-  ard Thurston, Allan Wood, Muriel  Thurston.  Proficiency���������Second Reader���������James  Handley. Madeline Putnam, Margaret  Fraser. Senior First���������Richard TEhms.  ton. Douglas Putnauf. Junior First���������  Denis Harrison. A Clas**���������Frances  Handley, Sidney Scott. Clarence  Botterill. B Class���������Muriel Thurston,  lie tha Davis.  Ranch for Rent on cash basis, or  sale on eas& terms.  A. R. SWANSON,  Creston  B>A. MOORHOUSE  K PrdviBicial Land Surveyor  Suryeys and PlanB of all Descriptions.  Enquire ?R.���������; Lamont's Office  CRESTON, . B.O.  CRESTON    DAIRY  8 Quarts ..  Per Gallon.  ��������� ���������   ���������   m  45c.  A. COM FORT  Reg. Hull has re&ailrsed, alter spend=  ing  a   month   "with-his-r: parents-at  Grand Forks.     >.-s. .%-t ��������� (      ,  -.,-.-,    -yyy  Mr. and :A|rs. Cecil Larson" of Yahk  metored to Kitchener un Tuesday*  B. Johnson was & business< visitcKr  at Cranbrook on Monday. .'  Mrs. Forrester left I-^st TfiFpdnv'sda.y.  for Creston, where she spent a week  attending Chautauqua, returning the  following Thursday.  Mr. and Mrs. W^lby, who have resided here for the;'past six months,  left for Cranbrook^ ^Tuesday.  Messrs. Macdonald and~ McKowan  of Cranbrook were here fora^few days  this week yisiting tlie latter's brother,  H. A. McKowan. .-p  ���������   ������������������ )(..���������*..���������'.���������..,.   ���������'*..'..  George Johnson,! who has been e.  resictent ui Kitchener for the past two  ye������xs. left last week folr St. Joe,Idaho.  Among   those   who    attended    the  baseball gain.e ut 0cestou on Sunday  were A. Howard, S. Abaiv A. Ayotb,  Da: Castle.  Mrs. Parks and family left on Sunday for Spokane, where she. will join  Mr. Parks, who left here, a few weeks  ago. :.V  ���������';     ' "-���������, '      :' . y...-'.  H. A. McKbwnn. motored to Creston  on'Sunday.    .      ' '��������� ';-  Mrs. Matberley of Spokane is visiting with friends IrtKI t-ohener.  Sirs. Gilpin of'���������Chicago*; III., was  here ori Thursday'; and Friday ���������O'O a  visit to her briother. Ban MoKtmaiei   "~  Horsii) Wantbd-  saddle or driving.  -Quiet   horse,,   for  Enquire Be view  ^^M> h**w  |hm|   ~^et^m^^      ^k.        ������������������ hmm      mt        ip^   IMHI JM*1*'    IM*  ��������� ��������� ��������� ������������������ SPECIAL' FARES.. . ^  .*    .     ' . ������������������       ,     '      ' ' *    '���������     v       ���������'������������������������������������   .-y-m-i.    ���������  p  ' ���������       . T(*    :     .. ���������   :. ;-   >*  CALGARY EXHIBITION  tlf %mJ I*- 5La   tsJ^UflLEB -��������� &yTU*rll������js fi      Jf't'fi.  ���������������������������-������������������''       '    ,' '  '��������������������������� '  .   ' *��������� *   "   ���������*'     :      '       ' ^��������� ?     '  ;' .(���������;  *   '    ���������' .  ,,  GOING DATES~- Juao 20th to My. Gth^ and Jul^* 7t|j������ tor  traiiiisi arriving:.Calvary.botoro 2 P^*y r^ly?t. y'. ''  RETURN LIMIT, JUL YB,. $922 ''iyy ':iy \.  1       Information And Tifik&.l������'fi������xti:'^/:'''\''\.,:'".  "' -CRESTON.. t  '���������������������������  LA. R. S*.  SWANSON,       Agent,  a*?ftMaatm8!Tm  SgMg*?i*TO^WwyMfl������"������  j^^ffl^^a^^^  WmSiumii-mffi  !  i r  Commencing with Saturday, June 10,  the   Feed Warehouse at   Creston   .  will be open for   business from   7  o'clock p.m.   to  9.JO o'clock p.m.  each Saturday evening. "  resfon Fruit Growers UnioisjM  Specialized Collection Service  Highly- specialized service in collections is  rendered to clients with current accounts in  this Hank. Acceptances are obtained ������oieM^  and payments promptly transmitted, thus  is&cilitating the transaction ������f vnnr "bissisi-^Se  83*  IMFIW^^S^NK  0mta    ta a   tttM-AMAJmST.,  or  GRESTON BRANCH,  jaqmnasmr.  Achievement!  ~&~  A Savings Bank balance built  up by careful economy and  self-denial will give you greater  satisfaction thait an equal sum  secured * without difficulty or  exertion v-  The advantages of sudb.2 reserve arc  worth a genuine effort  We welcome accounts, small or large*  PAID-UP GAPTTAL       -      '.���������-;' $15^001000  RESERVE FUND -        -        $(5,000,000  CRESTON BRANCH, 6. G. Bennett, Manager..  Carloads of Brick  I imp anrl Pomorit  asm  -First quality products.  -Prices are rock bottom.  -Demand is qui to-.heavy.--  -Order now, and avoid disappointment  Ganpn City Lumber Company  LIMITED  / - -At l^  tTHK ItEVIE\%VCBESTO^. B, C  [VI -  KtJ '  % i-  * -.  Z *s  |;*st tf. *  te*  m  m  III;  Pi.3' ���������  fc*,r**f. *  p# -I-i  It-  &������'  .j;*t  |������|:-f*.  W$~'  m THE BEf ���������  BE MADE TO HEAR?  - iThis question can be answered bolh  ways. Ii Lhe dealness is due to Ca-  tiiTjh, success i& general if the sut-  ieieT" perpisls in tlie use ot Catarrhozone, and thereby drives Catarrh out  of the system. Penetrating through  tlie passages of the ear. the soothing  vapor of Catarrhozone relieves the inflammation, destroys the Seeds "of Catarrh, '..arid    thereby allows nature to  "i*6-assert"herselF. For Catarrhal Deafness, pain over the eye&. plugged nostrils and other symptoms associated  with Catarrh, use Catarrhozone.  You'll he more than pleased -with the  quick improvement 5n >our condition.  Two   months*   trealment,   One Dollar,  -sold everywhere, or the Catarrhozone  -Co., Montreal.  BY .  ELINOR MARSI>BN  ?UOt  m.  Published  by  Special  Arrangement  with the Jtuthor  (Continued)  After we had been introduced to  the shopkeeper, his wife���������who is also  .postmistress���������the clerk, and two farmers and their wives, Mrs. Mills gave  her order, while Mary and 1 listened  resepet fully to a heated discussion  which had for its subject the various  virtues and vices of the Kohlin Government. .fX  "1 tell you .what,'* said one man,  "the Agricultural College is the only  good thing the" Conservatives ever  gave us���������donlt talk telephones to  me!"  This reminded me that 1 had left  Winnipeg without seeing the far-famed Agricultural College.  Mfs. Milis had now finished her purchasing, and after she had asked lor  her mail and left word i'or the Fiskes'  man to call for me this evening, we  proceeded on our way.  "Another of them machinery duns,"  remarked our guide in a * resigned  tone-of voice as she sorted out Tueir  letters. "An'' three letters, for Mr.  Hartford���������two of them l^oks like they  might be from ladies. Queer., ain't  it, that he never got married, an' bim  Bach, a fine-looking man?"  "I hope you will pardon me if 1 am  rude, Mrs-. Mills," said Ip ''but would  you njind j telling me what a "machinery dun' 3s? I do not think that UI  have ever heard tb������~ phrase until  now."  "A machinery dun," she.began, and  2 knew instantly that I had bhmdered  upon an unpieasant subject," 3s a  written request to put up or shut up.!  Them darn drummers comes around  in the spring an' sells the farxhers a  whole caboodle of machinery - they  could just as well do without, an'  takes notes due at harvest time. '"Well,  perhaps when fall comes the.crop has  Liver Pains  Pains under the shoulder  blades  tell  of  liver derangements.  Other' indications are sallow  complexion, indigestion, constipation, biliousness and bilious headaches.  The quicken! way to arouse the  liv^r to healthful action in by use  of Dr, Chase's Kidney-Liver Pills.  Continued use will insure lasting  relief, correct the Svhole digestive  system and purify the blood.  Mrs.. Wm. rWt-fn, Hanover,  Ont.,. writes.:  *"F������* M*m������ lime 1 *uff������������������������l .torn liwer  trouble. There w������������ a hard, hr~rin%-  i)own ������<��������� cling in my back vvhidi I coul-d  nol tn*. riti ti.. bam* ott*. a*Jvi������*<l nm  lo uy Dr, Chaw'* 8CkcWy-Liv#r Pills,  J did no, and foiincf (Wm excellent.  Th������ framing furling; in my hack di������-  j������|>f>������������*i'������>d    tttirtf    t    f������*l������"    r������������i"-l������    hr-f. .f.i-lrri  |  generally,    1   have   great  e-onfidrace   in  Dr, Ch***-'* Kidney-Liver Fill*, and  mlv-ttyt beep   iJiem &n Jianel lor general  - v. t  use,  Dr. Cliase"* Kidney-Liver PtWn,  ���������one pill a close, 25c a. hex, all  dealers, or Edtmmson* Bait6 $c  Co,, Limited!. Toronto,  aammmmmmmimt iiii������i������iiiwiiwii������iii*iIiiiiimii<������������imi*������****wwi<>ii#*>i|i>w  W.    N.    U.     1425  it  .. aamoB  been bad or you can't get cars to ship  your grain, an' then the firm begins  to write polite letters threatening to  seize everything you've got if you  donjt pay up immediate. If we ever  get votes lor women in- this country,  I'll bet my bottom" dollar that tjiere'll  be_a law made so that men can't bu*r  machinery ���������without their'wives agree  to *c. " It's a different story if a woman wants something to make her  work easier!"  "I beg your pardon," I said as soon  as slie paused Tor breath. "I should  nor have mentioned the subject had I  known that it was one on which you  felt so strongly."  "Oh, it don't bother me particular,"  fehe replied* "except that I do hate to  see men make such fools of themselves, an' then their wives an' kids  have got io suiter tor- it. You'll be  wondering how I happened to get a  dunning letter, so I'll just tell you  how it come,,.about. I* like to have  somebody to 'talk to, but these Elba  women are such awful gossips that I  hate to say a word to them. Sometimes I get so full up that I feel fit to  'bust right out into high-stericks.  "You'd probably never guess it, but  I was only married three years ago.  Reginald an'- Percival ain't my children at all, though I'm just as fond of  the poor kids as if they were.  *;About five years ago Pa.died back  east, an' "being as I had lived on the  same iorty acres all my life, I was so  sick of it that I just sold every stick  an' come west for a visit to my  brother jn Winnipeg, an" later on I  come out here to see John and Arabella Fiske.  "Mr. Mills had a farm in these parts  then, an' him being laid up with, a  broke collar-bone, Arabella used to go  over-pretty often an' red-up the house  for him. He was a real interesting  man to talk to���������English, an' they do  say that he has some letters to his  name���������but that shittless! I used to  be so sorry for them poor motherless  .kids that I'd like to have cried���������they  were just growing up like" young Injuns; an' when he got better an' asked me would 1 marry him, I said yes.  .The folks around here says that an  OS'tario olu maid wiii knarry anything  that calls itself a man; but, as true as  L live, it weren't to hear.myself called  Missis that I married Mr. Mills, but  because* I'm?,. that tenderhearted.. I  can't* bear to see them handless men  trying to fend for themselves , an'  bring up kids. '"':������������������'��������� Z:   ���������'.  "Well, things-went fine foir a while.  Mr. "Mills was always a perfect gentleman, I'll say that���������for liim."?:' But one  day there come a letter from the  American Implement Company saying  as: how they'd heard that Mr. Mills  had married a woman with, mones', an'  would I' do anything towards paying  up Ms debts for machinery���������enough  to ran: three -farms,... there, was. An'  if ��������� we di'dn.'frrpay" upj^t'bnce they'd take  obaefc.the goods an'; foreclose the mortgage on. the farm. An" that man had  told* me before ever we was married  that, he hadn't no debts to. speak -of,  an' that he had a clear title; to his  farm j.  "That - fixed me. I wrote back to  the company an" paid: for tiiebug^y  we was using, but I told them thajt's  all I would do, an' that, th ere wasin't  nothing bin the place they could seize  except Mills himself,.an' they- could  have him an' welcome. An' thenTine  an' Mr. Mills had what you might [.call  a heart-to-heart . talk, an' the result  was that one day he cleared out .an'  went to Winnipeg, an' I ain't seen; nor  heard of him since. The firm foreclosed the mortgage an' of course^we  bad to get off,.%he farm", so I bought  this here boardii^g-house, an' with the  help of the Lord an' plenty of elbpw-  grease I've managed to keep tliipgs  going an' them two poor kids is going  to have their chance." ��������� ,���������  There were tears irt* the good woman'^ eyes as/she finished.; I "shall  never laugh at her grammar again,  But the mixture of tragedy and Iciom-  edy, pljilosopliy >#nd common-sens^, is  rather disconcerting, \y  'f'Yoii'lf both be thinking that I'M an  awful talker," she said alter a short  pause. "But I've got one thing more  to say, Miss Elliot, an' you too, Miss  Arnold-.- If ever you-have a notion  ol". Retting married to "a man, just' go  to the Land Titles Office an' have a  search made to see it his property is  clear. It'll only cost you a dollar or  so, an' its's worth it."  After we had returned to the "Palace" I wrote .letters until tea-time,  while Mary went in search of the  1 wins, found them���������digging flsliworms  in the back garden, ugh!���������and made  them her willing slaves for life. Mary  "has a way with her" that makes me  break the Tenth Commandment.  While we were having tea, Mr.  Hartford told us that it was his custom to hold Evensong- every evening,  Thia cufltom Hcnndnlizeri the good people of Elba, who consider jt a weak  imitation of the forma and ceremonloa  of tho Itoman Catholic Church. <It  haaJuf������t occurred to nie that, bo far  a������ fly feminine mind can israHp the  situation, the average Cmmullan loolcs  upon the Roman Catholic Church aw a  policies I parly rather than aa a roll-  KU'iwn hody.) H>o wlwm tea waa ovor  Mary tsrui 1, at Mary'K HUKic-^Ktion,  htilp-wJ Mr������,. JWIIHk to waali the dlwhefi  tend ������h^n wi** loolc her to church with  Mr, MartlojMS i������1Im ������ih that ho ban  r.oi m-fts h nit't-f vlHaj-tj church In  Manitoba than Hi. rj������or|ce'fi, ho i������er-  bskpw ������������ difHcrlj/Oon of It will not be  out nt place. To b<������Kin with, Jt in  vt-.ry liny���������a huruirtffl i>*oplo would  hii JI to ovrf-r^owlniK, 1 am hiiw. To  tt hftlRht oi four or ftv#; ttm.1 thei walln  ui*-. of iHtono, and above that tht-y aro  f:ov*ir#**t with whln^l^w -Mlnfnv'el it wurra  himwm trtAtmr. Tim sr,i-n4-u trntt Oilm,������  jow  plUih, ant;) the Dat/f������ project, *"���������"    ,  0VF*.  Chi I d re it Cry  ������*w^^s&asll&  Special Care.of Baby.  ���������-���������Ba===���������==-. - Xfeat Baby should have a bed of its own -^11 are agreed.  Yet it;  ^pTfi^ikl^meURtD^3^0^   ^ more reasonable for an infant to sleep with grown-ups than to use  liSr^SS&ssandSBst11011^^" a man's medicine in an^ttempt to regulate the delicate organism of  S*2S?^oluin.><orPl,ilCBII^3   ***** sam6 iuiant.   Either practice is to be shunned.   HeitheiT would  llfi^^i$otKarGOtm . be tolerated l>y speciaHsts in children^ diseases.  ���������   ������������������-'���������-���������'~!~szzzZm~i*~~\.1m-0 Your Physician will tell you that Baby's medicine must_be  prepared with even: greater care than Baby's food*  .- A Baby's jstbmach when in good heaitii is too often disarranged1'.  by improper food. Gould you-for a moii^nt? then^Jfchinfc of giving���������  toyour ailing, child anything but a medicine especially prepared .  for Infants and Children ? Don't be deceived..  j- Make a mental note of this:���������It is important, JMbthers, that-.  ri     AjiBipiu^��������� -i-^t-hneam   7QU s^ould'tfims^iber that to function weil, the digestive organs of  ll?������mstip^^^d      A?d ������   your Saby must receive special care.   No Baby is so abnormal tfaat-  ifiia--.   .Z,~..>xtx*~isrit~s~iB&    m   -^q desired results may be had from the use of medicines primarily  n       ���������-jj-itf^ffl..������������&������tfl   prepared for grown-ups. ���������~  'm^i^^^^-^E^t    i      MOTHERS SHOULD READ THE BOOKLET THAT IS AROUND EVERY BOTTLE OF FLETCHER'S CASTORIA^  ������E^U������NS  CASTORIA  ALWAYS  Bears the Signature of  ���������jjjgttfim  S-nna^~y  Jnt-mSt-tfl.  . -~. L.-^rto-t-tttsAvfcie  Exacl Copy, oi Wrapper.  THE  CENTAUR COMPANY.   NEW'yOHK CITV.  latter -feature.:,.giving the building a  homely; -settled appearance painfully  -lacking m the usual Canadian church  architecture. Most Canadian root's  spfemsVto he.hali:'a size smaller than  the huildings they cover. The inside  of thes church is very plain, hut all the  furnishings are of good quality and in  good >taste. _I cannot Hbecome reconciled to the clear glass windows, but  Which is Wrong? v  A������ question oiten asked is, What is  wrong with the church? It might  as pertinently be queried, however,  What is wrong with the people? The  church of today in. various ways, appears to be doing its utmost to fulfil  its    mission," while    many-people ex-  children or the cynicism   attached   to  hardened unbelief.���������Hamilton. Specta-  ���������there isr something to-be said m their \ hibit   either   the perversity oi" spoiled  favour   wheiiA ���������the   evening    sunlight  floods all the building.       T  I slept without rocking that night,  and; dreamed that I was in our own  church at home. M^;. Hartford was.  reading.the".Wesson's; while Father sat  ih the front pew and beamed approval.  Arthur, -meanwhile, was engaged -in  the laudable occupation .'of ��������� carving  our initials���������his and mine���������on the  chancel rail, and I was in agony lest  Mr. Hartford-should discover what he  was doing. .. ���������' ���������  .Mary, whose Jrain leaves in an  hour, is hovering around, and I think  from her expression that she has a  tew last words of advice to administer.  ,   No,' I do not wish_that I were going  back to Winnipeg with her!  (To be continued)  The-use of Miller's Worm Powders  insures healthy* children so far as the  ailments, attributable^ to worms are  concerned. A high mortality among  children is traceable to worms. These  Bap the strength of infants so that  they are untable to maintain the battle for life and succumb to weakness.  This preparation gives promise of  health and keeps it.  Exploring for Weather Data  Italian      Explorer      Will       Establish  Observatories 20,000* Feet Above  Sea Level  Students of meteorology will learn  with eager anticipation the news of  the projected expedition, by the well-  known Italian explorer, Dr. Plllppd tie  Fllippi, to the great upland plateau of  Central Asia, th'e so-called "roof of the  world."  Dr. Fllippi intends, to establish a  series of meteorological observatories  at a height of nearly 20,000 feet  above sea level, and tho expected records should bo of the utmost value  to' ocJence.   , tt ,  Until a few yeara ago hardly any  knowledge oC the atmoapherJc condition b wlilch control the weather  could be obtained except near ,,tho  'Hurtac-a, nnd a f<iw'\'*olpn^rvatpr3en; on  mountain peaks gave ua all our data  for lhe ut>i>������r air.  Now frequent observations are  mattii hy mnann of Rmull, unmanned  balloonn, which occaaionally reach a  height of from 15' tp 20 miles; but wo  ���������have v������ry*f������w regular 'nerlen of re������-  cordH tit helphtu of "moffe,'t3mn Ufl,'  feet.  .     A Dangerous Practice  Many children lose their lives every  year" from tetanus, or lockjaw, caused I  by stepping on the    points    of   nails ���������  thoughtlessly    left    protruding     from i  boards  which  arer thrown   down  and ~  left where barefoot children" and children  with  worn  thin shoe soles  can ->  step on them.  It only takes a few minutes t-o take -  the nails out ~of boards, r  Better be_J3afe than sorry.  Tliat, Luscious  aisin Toast*  J  v  NEW ddicious breakfast bread.    Fitll-  frutted raisin toast!   A new'delight"Ior  the entire family. ^  v Made   with   t)ig,   plump,   tender,   seeded.  iai8msrr-Sun-lM[aid brand. .*  The raisin flavor'permeates each slice.  You can get such bread from any grocer or  bake shop tf you insist. 'No need t6 bake ate  home. y- .-������������������ ��������� .���������.*..*'>:  Once try it and you'll always have this kind.  You'll serve it at least twice a week.  Fine food for business men and children  due to the energizing nutriment and the iron  of this"famous, healthful fruit.   ~  . Make dainty bread pudding with left-over  slices,   ^.o need to waste a crumb.  Order now for tomorrow's breakfast. B\jt  be sure to say you <want "one of those /������//������-  fruited raisin loavesi": .  .j..*  -.itutt  ""  P(p0***  *~~0Jft*  Um+m. tm4tm> \*m*t  i  >tjcwi  .CtliCit^  un-Maid  Xflu$ Pacltagt  *   SeeJfd fi>"&BSlll.S.  ',:, [ ��������� ''   ' <w '        , ���������*  Make dellcioud 1>ren������l, pltn, puddinafl.  enkej, etc. Aik your arocer *o������r them. Senil  for xuee beok of teeted ttclpta.' "���������  r.      Sun-Mai<B RiiSiln Growera     9  ZM*mh*r~Mp13fl00  Dent, H-iA-.. Frcino. Callff.  m  \l.  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As a. health, builder. Royal Yeast is gaining in
popularity every .-day. 'It is a food - riai.a medicine.
It supplies the vitamine which the diet may lack.
Royal Yeast ishighly beneficial an cas^s where the
system seems "t%x~~\ down".  Royal Yea&t is the ric h-
est   S&nowri SOU.rC$  Of  vifSLr|nL5r**5Ss  sRSTtti wh��n   <a>lrorj
into the sysfiempa.cts as a corrective agent. Royal
YeastCak.es are recommended for their purity and
whof.e����Oi^ie.ness.. ,It.^s the purest, the most convenient and ecbnbin.ica.1 yeast on th'e market.
Two. io four Hoyai Yeast Cakes a day will work
wonders. A full day's supply can easily lie prepared at one time by using one^glew^s luke warm
water &nd teaspoon sugar tb each yeast,��ake. Allow-
to starid over flight in* moderately warm'roomr In
the mornin'g.stir'weil and pour off Ii<quid. Place in
refrigerator or other cool place and dHsik at inter*
vals^s^dfesJreSl throughout the day. i "-���     -,     -   .
Seri& name and, address for free booldet" Hoyal
Yeast Cakes for Better Health."
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"PfesK-~appIes'are now being shipped
. from'the North Pacific ports" direct to
Europe^by way of the, Panama Canal.
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AC   a    meeting    of directors of the
Canadian Pacific Railway, W. N. Til-
ley, ^K.C, Toronto, ,was elected to fill
the"yacancy on th6  board  caused b;y-
the -death oE Sir John Baton. -   * _
The billr,;amending - thcfe Vancouver
Harbor Commissioners; Act '"went
through tKe=-_commi'ttee-. stp.gevin "the
House June 12. Hon. Ernest Lapointe said the purpose of tlte bill was
tc>. bting Vancouver into line with all
the other ports of Canada.
An English syndicate headed by the
Duke-ot Argyll has bought the Button
Willow Ranch, . comprising 150,000
acres, in San Joaquin Valley, Cal., for
a consideration of twelve million dollars,,* according to advices published
��� hy the Los Angeles Times. **���
' Captain A. W. Stevens, aerial photor
.graEpier, at McCopk Field, Dayton,
Oh id, broke the world's parachute
jumping record when" he descended
24,206 feet. He landed at Jamestown,
approximately 25 miles^ fronr where he
��eft rthe plane. The descent took"
thlrtjMtninutes.  ,
" Wi E. Cutler, geologist, has made
200 ;miles of a trip from, Calgary to
WinhlpegMn a row boat down the
Bow; River, according to word l'eceiv-
ed from him. ^ He<hejp'ed a~ farmer
sow U wo bags of potatoes in return fbr
assistance in crossing the Canada
Lian.il -Company's dam near Bassano,
lie says. " ���
Only
World Wheat Supply Low
z ~     ���    -
NtOrth
America  Has   Surplus to
Supply Demand
The world wheats stocks by July 1,
will be lower than for several years,
according"to an analysis of the situation issued by the Commerce Department:
Both Argentina and. Australia, the
department explained,  have consider-
nKf-lT IjacaB? -V-irl-ft.Cl.-'i^ +Ko���� loO+- -.rrxrxm. A-txr-
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United States carry-over will be
light, and only Canada has considerable ---stocks t oa hand. A^ larger demand than last yea*, it was- declared*
was, iiidicated-^by the upward trend
ot consumption, while the prospects
are lor a smaller crop.
Until next February, the "Department said, "the international trade
will be' largely dependent for-supplies
on" the surplus of North ^America, and
a limited quantity from India. With
Russia   entirely  out    of ~ the    export
trade.  North American -wheat is in a
relatively   strong position."
The_ever popular  box coat is dis>
tinguished this season by the flaring
or bell sleeve���as in__��his attractive
suit made ol midnight blue twill and
trimmed with diamonds of mauVe ribbon attached-with steel TTead3. Ab.
hat, ot* -imported milan completes a
costume that Is due to cheer the heart
Of  thf  Tnn<!t   fiijiau  lit-tio. Tarty
and in packages
Ym Mnj Bs II! Tonight
'ii a ne
Au vTiitti  ~~>Mj~~t~-tai     -. ~-t-~s~~t
The healthy child-sleeps well and
during Its waking hours is never cross
but always happy and laughing. * It is
only the sickly child that is cross and
peevish. Mothers, if your children do
not sleep well; if they are cross and
cry a great deal, give them Baby's
Own Tablets and they vi^ill soon be
well and happy again. 'The Tablets
are a mild but thorough laxative
wh'iqh regulate the bowels, sweeten
the stomach, banish, constipation, colic
and indigestion and promote health-
lul sleep, __ They are absolutely guaranteed free from opiates and may be
given to the xiew-boru babe with perfect safety. --They,are sold by medicined'ealeir^ or by mail at 25 cents a
box from  The. Dr. Williams Medicine
It    may   be a disordered stomach,
perhaps  cramps or acute indigestion.
If you have no remedy handy, you are
hound   to 'suffer.       Twenty   drops  of
Nerviline   in   sweetened     water     will
ease the pain and enable you to get a
good    night's    sleep.      Whether it -is
Neuralgia, Sick Headache,    or    some
other, minor  ache   or  pain,  Nerviline
can  he  used  internally  or  externally
and   will  be  found  a   true   friend   for
every family.-     Large 35c bottles sold
everywhere.
Shifting the Blame
''^Your~ advertisement- clescribes  this
as-=��"'I wool,       !t b* 71 early all   rotton."
"Yes, that's the \"o~  u of the newspapers.      You    can    hardly believe a
word they say." - -
For Sprains and Bruises.���There is
nothing better for sprains and contusions than Dr. Thomas* Eclectrie
Oil. It will" reduce the swelling that
follows a sprain, will cool the inflamed flesh and d'raw the pain.. It will
take the ache out of "a bruise by
counter-acting the inflammation. A
trial will convince any whddoubt its
power.
Super U-Boat Desagncd
Grerrrian
liritfentor^
Plana "to  United
pound %vM&Ha^py Results
'-'j..?ZiLyZ. -:? 1 " ;;       . *���"���,;���
CSbour^, Ontario.���''Lydia,33. Pink-
���fcanafs Vegetable Compound was rec-
""lommendecl to mo
for my daughter.
Sho had trouble
every month, which
lpft hor Jn a weak
and -nervous, condition with, woalc
back and pain In
hor right aider, Sho
had these troubles
for three years anil
Iroatiently was unable,to attend
.___ school. : , SItfs   fhaa
liocipTOO regular and feols riviich better
alncB alio began taking the Vogotablo
Compound and attends school r<sgu-
larly;.���Mm, John Tomh, Ball St.,
Cobourg, Ontario.
; 'Kfljfcrry mother who has fc daughter
nuH^iring from such uymptoma should
tjivfl, lojrdltt B. Pinkham'a V-e-gotaMo
Compound t. trial. Tt Ib prepared
tvtim roota and herbs, and can bo
taki>n In anrety by youns: or old. It
tiaalbeonused aieariy fitly yfl��t��, ��na
mmy, many women ow�� thoir ftood
���heaJtli toflay io th�� tlraoly wo of
'I#dl* 19, riMi^hftm*�� Vt-KiUM* Qom>
mt-tm<t.  -' . ������. ������ ��� ���-���
'-������;Z  y '��� ���wr~:*-Ji.. iyZ~um"-'''"
Woman's Way
.   She^r--I dorit't believe.it.
"'""'He.-*���But,I'hare' proved; 11'*'to''you.;''v:
She.���Of course.     But*'I don't haye
to believe it if I don't want to!   "���''���
Lightmag Harmless to Airplane
Air   Pilot   Escap>es   Injury   Wh��n   He
Meets Current at 1G0 Miles an-
Km?    ��� ��� "~
Captain K. D. Heme, a cross:chan-
nel air pilot, "has had the extraordinary experience of striking the path of
a flash ot lightning while in flight at
a speed of 100 miles asLitour.
Captain" Heme recently made a
record double trip between London
and, Paris- in .a single flying day.
While passing along the airway to
Paris     he     observed   heavy   thunderclouds    above   the    channel.    He was
skirting these when he-' suddenly  saw
two    or    three-vivid, flashes of lightning  near  the  machine.       The   aeroplane    seemed    to    shudder anil hesitate, then, recovering    itself- rapidly,
continued smoothly-in flight:-._
Captain^ Hearne called up th���? nearest land station by wireless .telephone
and asked whether thcy thought the
trailing wire of his apparatus might
be connected" with this phenomenon.
They advised him to wind It -in temporarily, which-he promptly ~ did.
It "has often been a matter of, speculation what would happen should an
aeroplane in flight come in the path
of a flash'of liglttning. Some experts
declared���and Captain Heme's adventure offers the first confirmation
of their argument���that the lightning would flow around the machine
and down its wireless aerial- and continue earthward without damaging
the craft.
-a Two Answers
A questionnaire is-being sent out
by' the World's Y.W.C.A. to twenty-
shc-countries, asking an answer to the
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x^-0-txr0r0.���.'xr mm . ..    m-trt-tr     VM-tr      ���? OuAVU.       W *~*XXU,     ���XXXVAi
why do_they want=4t?" A frank answer to tne first part would probably
be, "Don't know," and to the second,
"Just because."���Woodstock Sentinel-
K-eview. ~~
Has     Submitted
States :" :'''"'
A,   7^100-ton -   armored     submarine
_cruiser, wjth, an action -rjxdlUfilJ of 23,-
000 miles;! is the -battlesttlp bfr:?the I'u-.
;iure,;;.acco^dIhg;;tOit��:'d'eEiign^
���sor '���bswald^.'.l'Ian^mi'; who:: constructed
the : ;..* cptnmerclal'."","; subri}.arlncy:;'������_'��� the
Deutschiaikd."'   *'Ho ������'.:,,'haa"' "'subtri'ltted
plans,of bis. invention  to the United'
States,   Britain   and   Japan,   aa   Cer-
ntany Js  forbidden  to hjultd new ,war
I.Crat't-'for^dwcadfes to coxne*,;*1';: Z. p'ZZ '-,.���
Z Therpr'ojected' super-subniarlne .'oan'
make   four  round   trips   between^the
���North' S^'iihtijthe United 'Stn-te's' with--:
but touching any port.     It carries two
8-lnoh and four 3%  Inch guns,  with
5,000 rounds of ammunition and eight
torpedo -Aubea, with    forty    torpodooa.
In   explaining   its   plana.   Professor
Plamm declared that, ia'caao of sx��� w��r
with  the  United States, Japan, withj
several of tiieso.suhmnrlnos, could cut
off the Pacific from"|:h�� Atlantic fleet
by    destroying 'rZ\t<~.- '^ntra��^o:-v;ta;' th-o
Panama Canal.* :;*"'.,, r:     -y
'"l wontlfl, rs'ihep,'" naS-d, "��e!! my Invention to the United States than, to
any other country, but ao far Japan
und Br 1 tain havo * been preaaln g m e
hard'to turn over the complete plans,
while"" the United States Imq'ahown
only mild IntoireHl..?""  ���'.���'���'*
"Z. Sores H��al '��� GSuickty.���-Have you a
persistent sore���) that refuses to heal?
Tlien," try Dr. Thomas' Eclectrie" O tl
in the' dressing'.'' It will stop sloughing, carry away the proud flesh, draw
out the pus and prepare a clean way
for the'-new, skin. 11 Ts a:.r:i��cbg'nteed
henl&r among,*. oils and mimbers of
people canl-certiCythcLt ft healed whero
properly ���applied, py.p.       Zi\	
HalYs Catarrh. Medicine    -
Those  who are  in" a  "run down"   -rendition   will   notice   that   Catarrh.- bothers
tlj-em. much more than when they as-e in-
good    health.       Thia     fact     proves     that
while   Catarrh,   is   a - local   disease,   it   ta
greatly influence-d "by constitutional  conditions. HAT.I.'S     CATARKH    MEDl-
CINK   la  a  Tonic   and.  acts   through   the
biood   upon   the  mucous   surfaces  of   the
body, thus -reducing the infiatrtmation and
assisting Nature in restoring normal conditions.
AU Druggists.      Circulars free.
F. J. Cheney 8. Co.. Toledo. Ohio.   '
, LearaedJProfessor (in hfs lecture on
waterV: "And thon, gentlemen, do not
forget, if we had no "water we could
never learn'to swim���and how inany
people would he drowned I"
A safe and sure medicine for a child
troubled with worms Is Mother
Graves' Worm Extermlnatoi*.
No such city as,Troy, or 1 people as
Trojans, were known In.historic times.
Many people" are almost crippled
with corns, But it Is needless suiter-
Ing which can be apeodily ended with
Hol^oway's Corn Remover, .'"""���'
���ss The    mjin    "who
^cynic *"la ������ usually
dangoroua,    ;
hoaatii * of being _n
moro - (o ol ish t httn
i
MlnarcT* t-lr��lm*��nt iJtwsd hy Physician ���
��   y'i        /The1 Changing Times
yisitor.���What has become of the
veterinary college you used to have
here? ,;.'���'* ...  "��� 'ir ���
.^ative.���OH, they long ago turned
that into a school for automobile mechanics.���Cincinnati Enquirer.
'O.'M'ePherRon,* " -��� . ��
"������������ .'Furniture . Dftalop. Undertaker.
.Armstrong B.C.
Mltjard's Ointment Co.. Ijtd.
':':'!    Yarmouth, N.8.:
Dear Sirs,���Slncra the alurt of briBchalt
a&lipon wo have been hlnderod ivith aore
muacles, aprained ankle��, etc., but Just
aa rood as we Btarted ubIu�� Mlnard'a
-Liniment our, troubles ended. Every
baseball playor.'should ItQop a bottle ot
your Unlmont handy.   -
.,.,  "!*,",'" :���'You ro ���truly*.
'������ W. E. McPlierac^n,   ;."".���
Secretary    of    Armutronff    I-tlgph    School
H *���'.. BaB-ObftU'ra'WMWJ'WJr;.....���;���  *.*..*
y-'P:'. '..;...��(��� ���;-; ���   ��� ; '���/���.'^���- ���'��� -. ** '-
��� v': W-a,^*; to R-educo, ,-ifVFTn,ame.H*.M, .';**.,
,' IPhe '���w��y to reduce;���;armp.i��-osit8 ��� in,
Europe yht to reduoe;* theauflotclcmB
tmd Cea^'that cauae armies .to. bo
maintained. B��t that cannot be done
���until th'e light oC common nenae
brealca liji Russia; until tho niumeroua
houndar^ tiuestlona that blur the map
o~:Kurb|ie are out^of the way; until
G.rvtcc,/'5trJy, Franc's and CJreat Br5*
Inin nre aatlflftftd with the ntate of
alloilra Ilk:tho Near Eant, and until
Prance ijs convinced that Qermnny will
carry -ioriit all ot-the termaof the
treaty 'o-f VeraitUlea,���Detroit Free
Preaa.
jBEAUTY OF THE SKIN
la the natural ��ic*tr��v ot evory -woman.
����<!   la  obtainable   by- tho use   of JDr.
Cbaso'BOintment. PUnplea, bla��kbcaa��,
*ou8bu��>B8 una rwlness of tlio elcin.
Irritation and eceetna <H��uij��|>on.r. and
tho nTiln is lefh noft. Bi��ootl3 n.nd Telvely.
AH doalors. or Edmannon, Baton Jk Co.,
Ill mi tod, Toronto. Sauipla ire. it y<*n
mention thEa paper, '
Ointment
MONEY ORDERS
Pay your out ol'tou-n accounts b>* Dominion Express Money Order*. Five ��tolUi*��
coats three cent*!.   *   __  .' ,    ;
AMAZING INVENTION'; Vnpollto
Kerosene Ikmp Burne.*, Threa
tlineH more light with aensational cur-
bumtora; .generatoB intense gaa llsht;
atiiclc aates, ' Sample forty cen ta.
yapollte Co.. Ayr, Ontario.
Am��rlc**��
Plane*r
.Dok R*Ain��dlea
BOOK ON
*nd   How  to Fe��d
EtallRd   Frea   lo any
Addreiui by tlio
Author
H.   CJ-AY   aJ^OVEUl
CO..  INC.,
It*   West    81th   St.,
New   York,   U.S.A.
I ......
I Aak for Mln��rd*a and tak* wo other
,.   tt-Mjmjtmt, VwitaSit* Wffkttaitwr
DMd-:bjf all' Ax-Mid--
E��f��jMdcIi tm r��*t*l&t.
xt %xa* -*��U*t
U, er -ets-
-fimtn  ' HNuij��lil*-t>       -sd-j-tim-
{%imm icw-��-mmm*c-H-, co*
-s 1HB  CBJBS^CjK   BEVIEW  Pnrri \mw  ���������  Ub.11.    H^l# Iff  ifS^pea ,-8SIS  l-f  IV!  Why lf*t luxury (that you  do not need), size (that you  do not want), Speed (that you  cannot lawfully use), lead you  into buying������ ear that you  *r cannot afford to own.  The new Excise Tax has  come into effect, so laid down  price of Ford cars are:  Touring ��������� = ��������� $770.59  Light Deliyery 732.57  Chassis... . 637.54  (with Starter in each case)  Buy a. Ford, ifc ie Jo west in  price, Ltov/est in maintenance*  cost lowest in depreciation*  and provides ary thing you  can ask for.  Cieston Mo & Supply  B. S. BEVAN, Prop,  Local and Personal  For 8ax.S���������rSss Leghorn cockerels.  Marquis strain, first of March chicks  from B.   S.   A.   Jackson's   <Duncans,  .0   f*A   \  U.Vml.J  Harrison, Brickson.  K-tvatM.,  The contract for the new two room  school at Wynndel has been secured"  by Bawiing & LaBrash of Nelson, who  are expected to start work almost immediately. The job is being done un*  6L-S the direction of the ds'TMU'ts.sserst of  psablic works, and they have named  M. J, Eoyd as clerk of the works*  who will make weekly reports bn how  construction is progressing.  The   official    proclamation   of    the  HBBS3SI  -S  Ranch for Rent on cash basis, or  sale on easy terms.  A. R. SWANSON,  Creston  ���������a  Have You Joined  Creston & District  Fifteen Hisndr  U1U9  Yet ?  Write the Secretary for  Adplication Forms  il  M      _~nm mm\ ~*% "     ~*ia  JL   tSrffCV    CSr  KODAK  witfi you  Kodak-adds to fun and Keeps it-r-in pictures*  Be sure your next holiday plans include a  Kodak. We have the one you w&nt, and the  Blza and accessories as well. This is the p3a.ce  to come for the Eastman line of "photographic  goods.  Koda&s���������-/?// autographic���������-^$6.50 up  xSroivmes���������$2.oo up  N  Bealtie-Oalway, Ltd.  Spkywheft  m������~~WMa *E.%,JL    T W JLJL JLjJLjrJLj  The $19)Tractor Crating and Freight Extra  Cuts the Cost of Cultivating  A Sprywheel aad one man ���������can do more  cultivating than ~\v~ man with  w!b������������l  FIVE, heeter orop* you'll! ,$H ���������** additional  r������������oni for buying m Bpry-whwtt now.  Demonstration! .gladly ^ yeou  iwiawwiSwwiP  attorney-general appears ih last  week's B.C- Gazette announcing that  Orestop-has- been created an-are* in  which the "Wednesday half holiday  will apply all the^year round. In the  the past the merchants., have   had   a.  ruutUa.1    HTPd-lttSQTrtexmihti nmnnse   -fr,l-ir*ma  -   ���������0.     ������������������-���������0-���������    " " ' ' ���������      41���������**        ������������������.��������� ���������  selves, which closed the stores usually  about eightrmonthe each year.  -Heartiest^ congratulations are being  extended Major'^allandaine who got  back from Prince Rupert on Tuesday  on his sefection^a������:'gjrranci senior dea-  convenednn tht������.* northern "tnetropolis'  last week;' -f^tfvidgcl ensuing promotions coiipe'��������� regula#|y tho major naay  look forwaL^ttooB&ing Grand "JMaster  of the order In; thisfprovince in 1920.  curing a list of 43 guarantors before  leaving on Friday last. There* are  about twenty new names on the list  as compared with last year.r Local  guarantors were fortunate lii having  to pub up only $4 apiece, to cover this  year5 deficit..     At   Grs-nbrook   It ccst  W~,MIO&LL  The   first  straight  car   of   yalley  st raw berries rolled ^east on - Monday  front WynndellVISafciiernn the year it  was announced thai at least a c&nzen  8trjji|?ht cars would cbe shipped in ^addition to the heavy l.c.I. trade, but the  excessively hot weather we have had  tbepa,gt -three- weeks .will probably  shorten up the export somewhat as  compared with the iate^Iay estimates.  Owing to the limited notice giyen of  the meeting <|ri *vSatard ay *' night "the  turnout to h������*ar-"TEL- p. Barnes discuss  the new\ O.U.Gc. selling policy was  limited., and, ib. was ;adjourned until  Thursday. June SSBTth," when the whole  matter will he discussed %nd a yote  taken as to whether Creston Fruit  Growers Union, will-link up as a local.  of the big Okanagan co-operative selling agency.  * Evenffavored Kuskanook has been  outrtvalled in' -the production of  green peas for table' -consumption this  year, %he dinner tnenn. at the W. K.  Brown home including this toothsome  delicacy on Wednesday,! June- 21st.  However,   Mrs.   Jones,   who   was   in  BOOT & SHOE  REPAIRING  Mrs. Brace's old stand  Victoria Ave.        :        CRESTON  the Chautauqua backers   $12.60  each  to co vex the loss.' y .      ~~-  . * -        ' -  CRESTON    DAIRY  8 Quarts . .\... $1.00  Per Gallon.....    45c.  A.  FORT  Ar m~ i-uvw^        ������*������\a  aji.43���������  .   HAYE A DAY OUT!  t  dine and Join lis at  SON on JULY 1st  Baseball, Football, Lacrosse  e.   ^y^?e������      ������waa������������    m^mm*_tj mfmxm*    tax ������������������������*��������� m, ������aa *m  I  Uh  nemg  t  B  Good Prizes.        . CITY BAND IN ATTENDANCE,-  r  paring to have. 1G22 gr������y?n potatoes for  Sondap dinner, so th& early vegetable J.  honors are fairly evenly divided.  -" ehaiitauqtia-hasi^been   booked   for  Oreston for 1923-Z Miss 'Cline,  thf sup  erihtehdfent,; being   successful   in   se-  GOVERNMENT HOUSE.  ��������� ;H':;;Vidtoria*,;J^ne 16, 1922.  Present:   ���������  HIS HONOUR TH^  LIEUTENANT  ���������w   GO>VESNpR IN COUNCIL.  On the recommendation of the  Honourable the;: i&ttpi'rtey-GeneraV  and ssndsr* ^h** mrovi^l^ris of Section-7  the ������������������Weekly fialtHpliday Act'r His  Honour the Lieutenant Governour. by  and with the^adyice of the Executive  Council doth order ns-fpllows:���������  That begihtiing with Wednesday,  the 21st day of June, 1022. Wednesday  in each week thereafter be appointed  a dav to be observed as a .half holiday  by all the ennployees in all the shops  within that area comprised in Lots  524. 526, 526. and 891, Group 1. Koo te  nay District, British Columbia, within  which area the towiiUof Creston is  sititHte, save nnd except those shops  to whichJ the "Weekly Half Holiday  Act'* does not apply. -P.  Z- 'J.D.MacLEAN,''   ..='���������  Clerk of the Executive,Council.  M- jl ~rx, V ~~-\~    ... \^r \mJ  /  when you wanted to get to that certain  spot   in  the stream   to  catch  that big  trout that is waiting there for that fly  or spinner you have for him.  All you. have to do is pull this PUlX-  OVER over J^our boots and you are  ready for ihe-*Hvster up to "your hips.  We have a full  range of sizes in this  wonderful  sportsmen's, Pullover  Better Service  General Merchants  Lower Prices  \  i. ilu  Guaranteed for 25  BH  Aiuminumware  a. ^  PRESERVING  KETTLES  12-Quart������������������ $4.00 14-Quart���������  ���������-S,  ALSO  tU  -4  '.l^l*  Tea Kef ties,   Tea Pots,   Coffee Percolators  K*5<Buu3{ce jf^aiOi������*       bt r^������-Si������ ii dffs.Bue������s#'    . ^L^*o������ia.KicEer4S  . Combination Sets  See coir Wiado-ws  m  Furniture  '.-.,.  ������m  mm  ^  /-i  ���������a  ^1  .i  ti  ** fl  |  til  k\\  ll  -tiUJih  mm

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