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Array y  s  y  3  l     V  "V.  S* *' -        - j,^ s "  }/^  y  a  V  N  felt  .. **    -   _ -    X \.m  . ���������". ?rr : _. - *������������������*���������   Vol. ~KtV.    m.  04m.  CBESTOH, B, C������ ������&I3^Y, AUGUST 4, 1922  No. 26  Hesy Csrtwr"*Bht-of- S?n������5������ja:   Sssk-;-  has been a visitor here for a. few.daya  with his   brother,   E. BI. Oartwright,  en route home fron/ a   trip  to   coast  points. '  Sunday was the heaviest shipping  day in the express line this year. ~~Zi  packages went east that day, the expos te of raspberries being particularly  heavy.    "~ _ <- -----  -x.M  ^trtmy0iMX     m.0000, rS&A.  ���������W*U*^3-C     *~W~~~*i*.������..w  l4.4~.  *wtvitvttn~\  ^m-^remm  Q-.t-.S-a  school who.wrote'on the recent High  School Entrance.examinations were  successful, the results announced on  sasurcay sis-owing;,&h������ Biaxpes <~S Hatu-  leen LittSejoSra a~~.u Edith ������?yfrey*Eian,  both of whom took creditable marks.  r--r _ *���������-  Billy Long got back -o������ Saturday  from Calgary-*, Aita., brihi**h*g ~ with  him a McLaughlin Six. he haying trad'  ed in his Chevrolet for the bigger car.  No word is yet available as to the  arrival of the steam roller; for good  roads finishing work;' and pending its  arrival it is expected that the ditch  road now being used will receive the  necessary attention to make it travel!*  able for fruif being hauled to the de- ]  pot. _ |  Mrs. Kemp was hostess "at .xjuite  a  lar-ge house party at the W. K. Kemp  home on  Thursday   night.   Dancing  was the feature of the' eyening, and  the affair was' much   enjoyed   by  all  present*  i      " i  The High  School  examination- jre-  sults announced   on   Saturday  show  that Mass Marguerite Clark has passed  her first year tests at'the Cranbrook  high school which  she  attended  term. -  dames Bennes,-Tuoheyi,Cam, Loasby,  and Mrs. -Jonejs and her guest, jMtb.  Wright, of Calgary.*        " *,  The Ohurch Guild had their fort-  nightly work meeting at the school-  house on Saturday afternoon, with  quite a good attendance, Mrs. Loasby  being hostess.  Rev. H. Varley has returned from  his July vacation and announces that  there will be. Church of England service at the schoolhouse *������.*= 3.0=.30 Sunday* morning.  A number of outside parties have  been camping at Kuskanook this year*  amongst  them   being? Prof.   Sutter.  T?JiO SS OIS the SE9.���������? O'   th***1 Qi-aatyrt, ~*TeA.  verssty, and Mr.  Biown and family of  Calgary.  A valuable dog belonging to Mr.  Cherbo was Tun oyer and killed by a  Nelson .antoist en route to'Kuskanook  ont day last week. In the same mix-  up Mir* Cherbo also bad the ^shafts of  the rig he was driving smashed by  Ooniing in contact -with the car on the  narrow road.  ^===  *;  r  For. Sale���������Half-gallon jars, suitable  for jam.   Norris'^Bakery.  Medium oisse aim  Mayor .Daly has.made so many had  guesses at - weather forecasting al  ready this summer that he has found  it necessary t������ adopt^the safety 'first  policy, and sow daily assures that if  there is no change the weath������c -wilt  undoubtedly he the same.  -The, departme^alt. examinations���������  both 'High Sch^Lajid'Mntrance���������were  announced in the- c,q-^st papers., st ths  end of thV=weeki-J^hthe feature to  tbe tatter being thV^tex������^itent������laawiiig  made hy rur^sch^&this.y^r.^fech"-  ener* Lister andds^ibrg^b echoes Sad-  a perfeisfc ������howing>;^hi^ at EriekBpu  -MissVnughan gradates* fcwo out.or  three. Tahk 'itaMt Wynndel,. with  three -and one eac^Tftesjiecti y ely," ate  the only -nbsolut-e**f disappointments,  white Cresipn is\.^n������id������i^������rly uele ������*  thc hightetandardL^-set-.by .Principal  Smith a .year ago. The successful  candidatesarei ;*;r^- . . -    -...-.  j Camp Lister~-Ernest-R. Stevens 319,  Muxielle B, Millingfou Spo. y  Creston���������Ralph'^ A   Swanson   302,  Edith Bavie& 300; /"Anna G. Webster  *������. - --������'���������"_"'       '.        -  "  Catfyon" City���������Ssgne Nelson 356, Edward W. J. Knott 311. ;  horse,  An-  R-A-NGE Foh. SAXJ3*  (in good shape.   Norris* Bakery.  Horse: Fob Sale���������Driying  weighs about 050 lbs., $50;    J. M.  drew Creston." -    -     -     -  Mower For Saue���������McCormfck  mowing machine, in good repair, $50.  ApplyMOrrow's BlacksmithlShop. Z;  WM9  Erickson���������fid! th   Palfreyman    3S1,  Kathleen- Littlejohn 831. Z-  x' ��������� -       -rf-'J:     '  H-Oscroffc���������Irenes O.    Huscroft -350,  Fred A. Huscroft 300. -    -  '"x " - - 0-    "���������**&*  Kitchener���������Bdith 6. Gerons S02.  - - This year  *K������a^������& t-VjtAxrv-i.  ] &&~oT)i~~Si rOKY���������Qiiiet, gentle; suit  lady~-or children;'" used*, to packing,  wlHsett cheap, - or exchange for hay.  P.-G-. Ebbutt, Creston.  -. m  Cow Fob Sai^j���������Three-quarter.Hol-  B>eiu tutv, S ven-K old, ^wlii freshen in  ���������a-v S.'. ��������� . t.A*������  jutrCcuiucx,  $65 cash.   Can  Fitzgerald Kanch, Creston.  =0*4*  tho  The August meeting of  Women's Institute will be held on  Friday afternoon next, with .Mrs.  Lyne announced to read a paper on  Legislation. ' .-. - -  E. McGonegal, B. JobDBon and Miss  Mildred Andeen ' are ' all Cr-$n.brook  vifatfirs this week.  the Creston  on,We^esday>������i>om^a^'w������^seekB* hhli-  * day visit witb-trfen^ at Bdg0Wdbd. "  ���������?4m-   &  .*.,-r:>;-'0  ������������������������������������-- ������������������ .-t.  Mr.  and  Mrs.  .Jack   Cameron  away nn a motor   trip  to   visil/- with  friends in Penticton, and will probahl^  return via Spokane and Yahk.  Dan Murray, who for some time  was on the McCabe bridge crew, was a  passenger feast on Tuesday, en route to  Wycliffe to Visit' with friends. 7  There  w&������ quite   an   invasion   off  Creston. by  Sirdar  iad ies  hy'i Sirua r ,    ntau P*^  ladies    on   Tuesday,   amongst   thdBeT7._ _ _ ~y.yl  visiting the  mettropolts   being  M"es  YOUR  "These eloeaoa have ov<?r-  como th������ miBty yiaion that  oreepa ������^t ^tvith the advance of  yearB, und nov/1 am the moat  ipleaqod manHctioiw/'  That's what ope '<q! lay patrons  told me. Bye -. trouble may be  avoided by tlio timely use of  glaesee, averting discomfort, aufTer-  inn and',. and permanent impair*  moiit of eight  t Ileadacheoi ~90% caaeeid hy  ''      . * eyestrain, Cared  witliduit ^ugA, 'i.,-tJ~\. aurad persai'-aaa  ently,   by   ftlaeaen���������tljo    cause   ia  removed nnd tlio cure is lasting. -  I have fitted Buooesafnlly stubborn oases that others failed on.  There la no -gueas work in my  mnfehoda.  J^*4j|if5l^ij*Cto'i*������ J M'li.tijii'it&is.lil-ii-- -  ' Satisfaction  iclirttatiercoh  an4>hat statesas  ,SPT  "Miss Alice Woid  returned to duty  at--t-he Cranbrook hospital  at the end  of the week, after a fortnight's holiday  \aaft\ at her-home here..  ���������>w.   ���������>*.       tax- -4os~.~~. -1 ~~  GroyerK^^^@|ust   back  after   a  'three weeks* yacation with frierds in  ^Sc^taK^;wfflr3eaa^Brti1" * *���������-���������*----"������������������'-���������  ditibns aoe^uritjas**&*?  tftey'a������;e:Ii& SlC*^    ^������������  ^>i~^^^^^0^!^^0ts0M^^~^^^  :^ey^ayei:: ':&Ztuelj*: a^piy* *:;ci>^|mct|-alv  t^e Contmental tnine:.riear th^  Congratulafcions are ������xtended,Mjsb^  Sftoni^sJ>-Kiiiotfei',. wim*-^s!Mc*s^*ett,.^:in:  graduating in her third year course at  the Kaslo high school,, which she attended last  Miss Emma Johnson  is hete at present on  Erickson.  of Cranbrook  a *visit  4X���������        ������������* =   W   XGLiCK*'  mn. tr* nun. ������������u ti-igm ennaren are  holiday y'sitors at Vancouver.  O. B.. Phillips is away to Cranbrook  for a couple of-weeks, where he is taking a hand in the provincial bye-election now raging in that constituency.  Word has just reached here that  Speery Phillips is this season attached  to the Dominion fruit inspection staff  in B.C..  with headquarters at ChllU-  WACpt. i  The adjonrned annual school meeting is balled for Saturday night at the  schoolhouse. when - ah entire new  board of three trustees wiii have to be  __������ x ��������� rt "  eiec&eu.  Rev. Mr. Lobb and wife of Rettaw,  Alta., have been visiting here for several days with Mr. and Mrs. Langston.  leaving on Wednesday by auto on a  trip to Nelson and points west.  ~' The Valley record for early egg production-is claimed by the ������. L. Lang-  ston ranchr where some White Wyandotte pullets hatched on March 24th  atarted in to lay eggs on July 17tb.  The results of thehigh school exam������  matiqns which came out on Saturday  show that at the-Cranbrook high  schoof in a class of twenty graduating  in the Advanced Course, Junior Grade,  Annie Chalmers-ranks second."'        "  Miss Bessie Mickey is incharge of the  McLeod store and postoffice work at  Erickson; during the absence of postmaster Telford nn vacation.  Adams is baking r.n enforced vacation th3s month due to the  fact that on Friday he was jolted off a  load of lumber ho was, hauling and  sustained a broken shoulder bhide.  Alfjred Nelson has just disposed of  his (Pe&TOSchuk) ranch to Mr. Burgees  of Lister, who gets possession shortly.  Mr.-Nelson and family will probably  reside in Creston, for the winter at  least. ���������    -��������� Zz  Signe Nelson and Jeffrey Knott of  the Canyon school were successful in  obtaining n pass In this year's Entrance examinations, the results of  which wei-e ahxiotmced on Saturday.  C. Cleave is tst,\l\ sticking close  around home, lhe knee he hud injured while fli������e flghttng n couple of  weeks ago, ia making a rather slow recovery. " p\'P  Quite a number from here were at  Lister on Satqrday night for the MerviUe benollt dance, and report it a  most sucdesafQil and enjoyable affair.  Canyon City Ladies' Aid are haying  a social at tho homo of Mrs, Knott on  Thursday --evening, * August- 10th, the  proceeds of which .will go to the funds  ofthe society to* help -With the work  being carried on In this coipmunStv.  history, and is gs^tif^Sng to. principal,  pupils and parents nliker In that the  papers for alt theyelasses. were set and  examined by thfe'departthehtal staff at  Victoria.   The^graduates are:  Prslitassr.ary- -^uEse;' .fsmior - grade,  maximtiuQ marks 900^-^Bydney W. Bell  ^7, Freda M. Lewis ,620*, Ronert W.  Crawford 581. BbUest-TW. A. Blether-  ~n~rt^n*mtt-. Bva 3tt,'-WeSKter 554. A!-  berf levies 54t^Sdw5n Palmer Staples  59QL Macgwet,'Bi^8*5fe.n&on 51S..     .-,.  - -Ady^ced ;-i&puw������k ^^i^^-.gtrade^  ieetaximuna>naax>ks-SOv^rViolet M. Mor-  rnv? mS. Ethel West"^32. Thelma K*.  ��������� W^%i!|Ba^l^^ :.:. y,yZy,,  ���������'7*7^uiil*br''?:i;:^s^ie^ :misi������isn������m^  martc, IG0t>���������S^cse E. Chcrri:^to-&������2.  Grants i^apple-mestal  ������3ta^  1.     Completed junic������r mati-iculation/���������  :M���������a^ontl^;SWansbh.'���������7,, :���������.; 'Zyi-yZPZ^PZZ-r  ;^-*5^e*Sra*ppearaince ? of*.:;::Miss-^Marion*  'Swa"tt80^Vn-ame--:ih'.;*,this>r:;yett^  school list is due to the fact that a  year ago shecompleted, junior naatric-  ulxtion,' except: in geoemtry, and y?as  granted a snpplenfental in that sub  Ject. _Tliik ste has succeHsfully negotiated this year. Due to her having  fvn; take this ��������� test at this m id-  sutri memo announcement could. be  mode^of her success at the University  Of B.C. the past term (the University  -pass' list haying been issued in .June);  Now that she has secured high school  pass standing in geomptrv the Uuniversity authorities have notified tier  that she has successfully completed-  her first year in arts, passing with an  average of '06 per cGii.fc cm all eubjects.  Local  ersonal  Affiliate with O.U.G.  ���������V M       Jl     ' 1    ' VklV ' V -fi  , OPTOMETE1ST  B.C. -CorfciKcaba No. $S   *  tit^ttttfimtmmtt-m-ttrnttmri aw**maun**   wmhm %������������������ *+-������������������������mj*       /������*������������������*���������#    ���������������������-.������ .*,.��������� "  AUGUST mh  You mmZl h& o;ptlcuiiatio w3t'b  *mi������ty option.  A meeting of tho Union grow.rs  waa held on Tpeaday night for the  purpose of finally ratifying tho agree-  ment. to connect up the Union with  the O.U.G. aa a local of that organlts-  atlon. Aadre&sea were delivered by  Mr. Borne������ and Mr. Wilson, president  of the Sumnlerland Union and director oi tht) O.TJ.4-4). and '<Gjfroweiti eialet*  Agency, and the meeting fovinally In-  Qtruetcd tho dkoctora to proceed with  finally completing? the affiliation.  For SA������K���������Waietf power washing  mn chine, good as new, ; . Enquire Ittv  vlew Office. *  PomATOY WAJiTEB-rSprlng ch Icken,  old hens Vnd i wJoistera^ahy-'color except white. Dong Barney, Pacific  Restaurant,  - CnHRBiBS Fob 8Ai.uj-r-Koynl Annes,  $2.80, for i-bankct crate. Bings, S2.00,  cash with order^     Apply T\ Mawson.  Oreston, B.O*.  -"���������. . .  Fob SALM-e-Democrat, In -fltstclasa  repair^ 9X10,   circular  polo   saw  with  Murou.hoi'&o horoocne'cilBln^ complete,  sob roatly for work; $150, Morrow's  BlaoksmIth Shop, Creston.  P. A. JBaulsoir of Spokane is a business visitor here this week.  Mr. and Mrs. Cl. A. Cardiff of Pen-  broke, Ont.,- is1- a Kitchener visitor at  present, wittrlns son, Mr. Cardiff, at  the Paulson mil-h-  In view of prospective lumbering ac-1  **ri..i.~. t������^^   _  ������l������ll>f    VIICt������  ent'for nouses.  tS a gi*&av uEiuSuu Sv prss���������  -The forest fSte&Z. hxisy sln^**quU^4LserT  ions m&rtacis^tliis'dSstrlrf, and quite  ashaaH.armyof men-areViuployed en-  toifeeeiK't-h^iflMiiTeSiiB ebeck=  On his last visit here hee.lnspector  Sheppard of Nelson selected _th&Be!l  apiary as the demonstration beekeeping statigit foi* this area, and from  time to tune he will give talks and  demonstrations' wti*h the Bell hives  \ and bees.  The pass list in the Entrance examinations shows that the Lister school  *busta������ned 5tsJpreviouf'cxcellent  repu-  V.. , -.'HZ   7^     . l^^febbc&nd&lates,  Mutielfe^illinfeofl^nd Ei'n^st^ -Stevens.    Atv, the -Hufecroft .^igl~lfM~i:Mi&.r  ^^isiipdiii^di^^ fiir*������t  a^|rt*l3^^*ife^ an'"this  y*wt^������j^iffini^aani^ -was  successful in p^sRiri^, Contra  toybothZ pupil:   and'rteacHer,   Miss  ^hmidte,^?*:;.*-       ?i,Py?Z  -  Mr. Crowe, who sustained * serious  injury through a tree falling on him  white Are fighting up Uussel. Creek  last-Week, and who is confined to  -Cranbrook Hospital, is viery low.  ��������� A rrowsm?tfe^i8ad,''~.shai3i!a? "^oo3--!i!i*fW-  -0. -.   * ".4      .     0    -\    ^'^IXx..���������.   ?0      .-     Z"  .--���������?'   ^^-'       '-r       ' *"     V       ' -   m  ���������itisr s������<ssQ������������������������.������ir*������o)tIi pupi !s������ - Irene  snd  sng  'fr*.  ������1t-" ~r~*   0 0 :_-*������.  There was a large crowd out for the  picnic on  Sunday afternoon and thc,  success of the outing of a   week pre  vions was .repeated.    Practically all of  the Lister people   were' en   hand,   as  well -as  many from Porthiil, and all  enjoyed the sports and games, as well  us the dinner, which included a liberal  supply of ice cream.  The' benefit dance for the MerviUe  /-���������  Stockmen, Notice!  It ia .iie&eaaary that all applications tvv Hay Permits bo filed  w3th the Secretary hot later than,  Atiguat 10, 1C22, Aleo, * L-Lat  aottlement \ye mado, by al! those  In, arreara for Hay Aaaessmenta  at forfeit all rlffhur.'to haying  p-rirSleeets as per'' epcsSa! ��������� rtslca  governs ng Aaiaooiablon.  Advleory B������������rd ���������Oreoton   -  Valley Stoe'Hbribed^i-a Aean,  A������8e& &SdIn&  Mrs. Elroy Jackson imdl daughter  are away on vteit with fiiends at Ttail.  Mi-, and Mrs. H. F. Packman of  Wynndel are occupying the log house  on the Oonipton ranch Mr. Packman  being here again for the fruit shipping  season. >' ' "'���������' ���������  C. M. Latlemand of Nicola has been  engaged by the trustees tp take charge  of Alice Siding school for ihe -next,  year, ��������� ; 7  Bikth���������On July 28th, to Mr. and  Mrs. Dick Smith, a daughter.   "  Messrs. Jackson and Rhodes were at  Coitus Creek for a weekend fishing  trip, l>qt report^nnly ayerugie luck.  Miss Kathleen Os bor ae of Medicine.  Hat, Atta., is here on a visit.to Mr.  and Mrs. H, F. Wood.  Reed fie Mather .tie busy on the construction of about another mile of  flume of extension to their iriigation  systern.  * ,,   >.* ,; ,.'������*..  Cucumbers are now on the shipping  list from the Smith Crossing, J. Ven-  e^s opening the season \wIth three  eratOB on Wednesday last,  Mr, Jackson is here from Washington on a visit to hla aon, Elroy, at the  ranch on the heights.  Tha heaviest shipping of  the season  at Snuitli'a Ci-os^Uig waa on btuntiay  when XdS-  crates of -vaviokiM* comm<Mli-  tes were put aboard the eastbound express.  The home of Mrs. Collis was throng  eel with guests on Friday night last on  which   occasion Mrs. Oollls and Mrp.  Garland were jdEnthMitessen at a klteh-  1  ,       ,   .       .if     mm*,...     ir������,��������� ���������,i**if���������  Ssstttmx     mt     0*uti/00.     a. s0t.ii.0J  veuirii)    uji  in .A.���������..,ji-^  UIHW **��������� vm-r        .���������  splendid Bnccess, and after nil expense  are met there will be at least 975 t o  forward the MerviUe relief fund. Excellent music was provided by a five-  piece orchestra composed of Mesdames  Foreman and Lister, and Messrs. Lidgate* Finiay and Todd, and with Mr.  Bernard in charge of the floor there is  no need to say that things were kept  moving from start to finish. The supper was in keeping with the music  and with Mesdames Powers and Millington looking after its dispensation  therbest of service was given. Messrs.  Bell. Bernard, Bird, Finiay and Powers, who had- charge of the affair did  themselves proud as hosts and appreciate the floe turnout of visitors from  Creston, Canyon and other points in  tne Valley, a nd of all who helped In  any way to make the affair a success,  Mr. Norris* donut inn of cukes for the  supper being most, timely,  tm ~~ WHu JJ Yp     J^   ^^jW ^mxP    ELi^^ySix&^t^  ' ��������� **jar- ������^       m -  i owt L/utjr to  ������ OlJla "da     nllCI  mw> m00t ������i     g  Your Family!  riWMia'.r.aif.;  ������-������-( t>iuiA������t������   it,  Lyne* one of   Creator)*s   y  tinger   set,  10*A0~.  ruin  Join tho Creston and  DisUict Fifteen Hundred  Club I  %Vho������e ni!������rringe taken  middle of the month.  phuce about the  fcicaid appiioation  Orestoji:.  lo Secret ary,  \  ass-s ytW^rgffZ&SLi  OHEHEVIEW,, CRESTON, B.������aj  TOREHOUSE  IN EVERY HOME  Tea may not think so, but that's  what happens to everyone of us ���������^'hesi  thc kidneys are affected. The"'kidJ  jicys are the filters that remove from  the blood the waste matter that" acts  like deadly-poison on tlie vitality and  health ofthe system. :'I)r> Hamilton's  Pi Us stimulate ..the/:kidn^  menting matter fromihe howels, restore the liver anda^timuiats all ex-;.  eretory organs. No'^'hiedicihe will  clean up the system-tone the" blood,  malse you feel -'fit and fine, as quickly  as Dr. Hamilton's Pills. . .Useful and  needed in every home. Dr. Hamilton's Pills of Man drake, and Butternut,  2Cc dealers, or The Catarrhozone Co!,  Montreal.  Government Land Settlement Policy  Available _ Dominion    lands in. thev  provinces of ^Manitoba,  Saskatchewan'  and  " Alberta,    and. - the Peace River;  Block in" the' province of "British'Columbia; are in future to be dealt with  hy areas, as designated on the accompanying map. A  Area   A.���������This   area   comprises   the  lands  lying  south  of Township  1*6 in  Land Agencies, r-Jn ,tjie provinces of  -Saskatchewan and:'4 "Alberta, - lying  inorth of Township" 15 'and west of  ithe Third Meridian., .���������������   "',  -_-_  Vacant and available Dominion  lands in this area a're'being inspected,  and such as are foun'd suitable for settlement will be ayailable for entry on  the "usual" terms:" "'The'residue**of such  glands   will Jbe ^^jlable   ror   applica-  *���������  -** \  -t  -���������     .   ?' n    ' s *.  Published  by   Special  Arrangement  with the Author  [G A f. V  SflTTlEfOR  ^~*~~?&S~CJ~\  *!iT"-2-*         *tf������������fri  ������   \SZt# BRIDGE  tn J-     -i.i~!-~i    <-n. 0   mm ~~ t~-'  ~M3������&i  ���������TftA-l,/  SASKAl  "^      .������������������������������. IS2-6���������  Tp~25 fi  SWIFT   ������    ~.rMrf���������  smfr coBttNTr. - ������$/~~\r44A-,P_  ffiA.'/SSS*JJW$W-~VMf22  ������a*-%4*  J*       - J  moose���������  tAW  CURRENT^ MOOJDC  'Si-'\~.?  **nm*vee       AREAl'A  -rss,,*t({J, ,,,,\y,s���������Zsss"*"*"rttfftffCd.  j   i -rcr"���������-  DOMiisiori  L-E.GEM O  LAND    p������G������N*ClES ���������. _  jvtrvK rx  V J I r r  (Continued)  "You may he sure we were very  quiet, and when Mrs. Black spoke to  her husband after a few minutes we  all jumped." .  .  "'Sandy,' she said, 'ean. ye no 'tak'  heed to avhat the bairns are doing?'-  "Sandy was a good-natured man  whose easy ways were a sore.trial to  his energetic wife. 'Whisht, woman/  he replied soothingly, 'let the bairns  have' their play. They'll be auld  eoon enough, eh, Donald boy?"  Here Mrs. Livingstone paused, aad  Gypsy, who had heard the story before and so knew what was expected  of the audience, said eagerly:  "So Sandy and Donald were the  names, were they?"  "That they were, my girl. And in  course of time 1 married Donald Liv-  ingstone and Janet married������������������- Sandy  Morrison!" - .��������� -r   .  "But what about Margaret?" tasked.  "Ah! my dear, that is the strange  part oi' the story," and Mrs. Livingstone lowered her voice to a whisper.  "Mrs. Black went into the "bedroom,  and while we could' not hear her  rightly she called some question t.o.  her good man. ^No^. replied he, "I  drew a blank.'  "How we girls did laugh at Margaret, for we read the oracle to mean  that she would never marry. And.  would you believe it? she never did!  The man she was promised to was  lost when he was out'hunting, and  Margaret IiAred and died, a single worn an. ���������  "Well, we!! those were the good old  days!" sighed Mrs. Livingstone. "Not  that T.*d he advising any young folks.to  try their fortunes as we did, though.  Tlie Book says, in Matthew six and  thirtv-i'our. 'Sufficient unto the day is  the" provinces of Saskatchewan and  Alberta.  The right of entry is withdrawn in  this area. Vacant iind available Dominion lands therein, however, are  open for applications Ior leasing for  grazing purposes.  Area B.���������This area, comprises lands  within the Lethbridge, Calgary^ Swift  Current, Moo.se Jaw    and     Saskatoon  tions for leasing for grazing purposes.  Area C.���������This area comprises all  the territory lying to the north and  east of areas A and B, in -the provinces of Manitoba, Saskatchewan and  Alberta, and includes tKe Peace River  Block in British' Columbia.  Disposition of the available Dominion lands~m this territory will be'continued as in the past.  Anaemia  Thin, watery blood ts no more  sourish ing than thtn. watery milk  ���������skim, rnilfc.  But 3'ou can soon enrich thin  blood, overcome lhe anaemic condition and build up tlie whole sys- j  fern by using Dr. Chase's Nerve !  Food.  Mrs, F. G. Stmmonn, 42 Curtis St., Brant ford, Ont. writes:  "Fni" - tihnn. -'tgKt year* 1 nuffe-rwl  from Rnmrmi*. My ��������������� i rcuUfcion was poor.  it������y eujiii"! aik{ lip* wcr������ pale, and my  hand* and fr.?.i were alwayt. cold. I waa  ii<*rvcus un<. ujiatLle lo m<x(j v*c������������. J Jta-J  frcqiwnt li<-nd������ch*r������, seemed resile** nivd  rattlj wciriisci] ot imUted, There was ��������� ������  lnwatm-K touw.1 in my ������am. Iiulig-eelion  was ������I no tint: off my -complaints, an*! I  ���������ni'irn wan ~.iinc~<"..l i������y HV-euk tp������*������I*. i  wfn������ fo n d-o-ftor, vl;������ told m������ I was  jinnerni", h-ut an I die! not Rel any het-  irr I ilfPirtr-d to try "Dr, Chnfl*"'* N������*rv������!  Wr.rA       /irirt      *������*fl*"r     tr.      i.trtl     hr,r     f     ff\l  Lri^hlr;- ������n<J my h<adj������ch**B -CfimpleleSy  <! \v>i$,r.r0 ~r.(\. I continued uiPfi thr  Nrrvr Frw-.fl for quilt fl wiii!****. I nuts  rjuilr w.\] now, .in^I cK������*frfu11y wad  yrntrfrilly r-fromm^nd Dr. C1>*������**'t NVrw<  J-'ncel Ui p-f-npl** tiittt-tmy1 **, I did ~-x.ta.r.  I mtrl ulin rpt-ntlitl m������"flicinr���������"  Dr, Cha.i-cV, Nrrve Food, 50c  n hox, -all dealers or Edmanflon,  ~\.i.iu~. km Cr*.. IZimiitie*-,   * oronio.  5/V.    W.     U'.    J 4 30  the evil thereof/ and the Boo"k is always, right���������in spite of yon higher  critics. "Higher than what?' ' I'd  like to ask them."      -   ���������*,*'.  I wish, that I were able to describe  as ft should be described the afternoon and its activities���������to come hack  to the twentieth century.  Quoting again from the ."Argus:  "jr-rom.inent._citizens had, as per usual,  prepared- a lengthy, programme of  sporting events. The time-honoured  and classical t'ug-of-war 'between the  Bachelors and the Benedicts was rivalled in interest only by the Married  Ladles' race and the Baseball "throwing contest iox.- Un married.-.? Ladies.  -The last-mentioned.event was won by  a "newcomer-to' our town and:, country,  and we congratulate Miss Elinor Eliot  (late""oi* Wilmington, England), upon,  her prowess. During the afternoon  our local band, under the able leadership of the Reverend Bernard Hartford, of St. George's, discoursed sweet  music to the delight and ediiication of  all assembled." There is a whole  column more, but this is.��������� enough- to  show what the Argus can do when it  is backed up into a corner. That  las; phrase is Mr. Fiske's.  Even the Argus cannot do justice to  fhe Baby Show. Our Cockney friends  won first prize with their cen-months-  old "Helien \Arriet," the prl^e being a  bankbook in which ten dollars was  shown to the credit of Ellen Harriet.  After a succession of mild .hints and  direct questions 1 learned that half  the prize had been donated by the' stall onmaster and half* by the Massey-'  Harris agent���������crustyj old bachelors  both, if one were to judge by appear-  i auces.  [     And the band!      It consisted of one  5 cornet   (slightly  off key), a  fife, two  j violins,  a   piccolo,  and  an  accordion.  i And the picture oi' Mr.  Hartford conducting this motley crew through the  intricacies   of   "Rule,   Britannia", will  cheer    iuy    last    hour.      When    they  came* to "Arose, arose, arose," Lhe fife,  after one superhuman crescendo, gave  out.  "Faith, that lad must be a Home  Ruler."   remarked   Mr.  O'Hara.  The baseball match, between the  Town ol" Elba and the Early Settlers,  . is also beyond my powers, of description. The excitement caused hy it  was marvellous, as was the noise  made by the onlookers. Mv. O'Hara  and Mr. Milne, onc on each side ol*  me, were yelling bloodthirsty directions to their favourite players, and  Ry-^jnald nnd TVrplvnl waiched the  game as* if l.he late of empire3 depended on it.  ���������"Wouldn't: you erijoy it, all Just ns  much if yon did not wear your throats  out?" I asked Mr. MLlne.  "Oh, 1 don't know that we. should,"  Ue replied. "We Canadians are ralh-  f*r primitive In the exprenpion of our  emotionh, you .see,"  I r.bought for a minute thai, he waa  <4fe:nd*d, hut I changed my mind  when, at the nnxt. brilliant srlrilto, lie  clapped hlH hand a gently, and Haid,  ���������'eonvei'Hai.lonal like," "Jolly well play-  ' ed, old ehnp!"  The Town nf F.lhn won,      Don't fiBK  t iiie wbstt   Ihe .score was.  <      Hy eight  o'clock  ihat. ni-kht I  could  li^ve none io sleep In nn Iron foundry   bat  f would not  have mlffied ������lie ex-  J','  t W r.f*'*   '.   fi.    t-���������.''*   d.'!'"    f'fV   vv-r^y\r*0>  J return to Wlnndpeic lo-mon'<tvv, nnd  I  .'diali leave  Klhrn, wlili ������ineerc r*'Prrel.  tax Ih pi'^hfthly ur������nece������HHry frt.r nie to  ' nay thai  I know very little more about.  du trying   Ft u������H   prmllry   ruMnu   thnti   I  flirt two week*: imii. Hut men Jumi.  ��������� ildnk or fill huh- Mhur MilniKH tltut I  ! have? Kt'-r-ts and lesmiedl There ure  j more thiuj'H In M-n.vj-i* nn������l eiirlh Ibsui  i ilriFrl*'-,') ;������'nd (i^jih, fin"  I J������rn wst ������h1>siiu'  i I'd   in  mittiil   iitrt I   I'tty," H im frill 111   ihihit'H  | ci rirB  heriM do w.if   phiy ������o promliu-ni   a  i  MLe I   In   li t V  yv-l.t-i.titi 4ii   lift; AH t'h*-.   or������i:e  I rfhl.  Perhaps thes air, in Canada" is uhset-  -tling. __ Perhaps with- hens, as in  other matters, familiarity breeds eon-  tempt. Perhaps���������but why search for  a reason? J. hg.ve,;at.any rate, come  to the conclusion that Cana'da is to  be .preferred1' to even a model dairy,  Canadians',lo the most fascinating of  hens, and human-interest to bank interest.    .. ''ijrZi-P?'**.-,* ���������'  Some ^ay E .shall* have my_farm, but  for a tew months at least I* shall in-  A Queer Animal  dulge  my  wanderlust* and'.take   with  thankfulness   all .the^adventures   the  Fates are pleased to "send.      It is still  my intention:to  obtain ;a position as  working companion.      I consider that  in this way*-! canrbest get to the heart  ���������of Canadian life. ^-AndT want to feel  -that I   am more than- a  mere  visitor  ,in the land.      Teaching������������������'���������ife out of the  OLttestion,. for .governesses  are  not in  demand and: my: theories oh. education  are hot such as would recommend me  to any well-regulated    School    Board.  Office   work- I. am not fitted for, nor  should I  like it..;     So, on the  whole,  my original plan seems the niost-satis-  ��������� factory;, even under    changed    conditions.  " The  Fiske's haye asked ane to stay  vvith them for a couple of weeks-longer,  but  Maty Arnold also is" begging  for   the   honour   of   my   distinguished  company,    so    I must leave.      Then,  too, Mrs. Fiske. has succeeded in getting a real "hired girl," a" Scotch lassie whose accent is so broad that she  has to go, sideways through" the doors.  I do not think that she will, last" long.  I do not.mean to say that she .shows  any  signs of departing this life in a  hurry���������far from it! But she" is pretty,  in. a  sensible,  eyery<Tay  fashion;   and  if the hungry young bachelors of Elba  ever  get a  smell, much less-a taste,  other cooking, Mrs,  Fiske will have  -to   advertise   again.       Long   and   sad  experience has taught the Fishes':one  lesson,    however���������Jeannie ��������� signed    a  contract to remain with them for one  year.  (To"he continued) .   ��������� ~ .  Long-N'-ecked Sea Lizard Could Bite  Tree Sn Two  A" good many hundred thousand  years ago there were various queer  animals on this earth, and one of the  queerest was, ".-a creature^ that-, is  known today as Lhe long-necked sea  lizard.  These far from pretty animals had  a body shaped somewhat like a' cigar  with a snake-like neck and a head  that resembeld "a duck's, while it was  ^thrust- through the water by four  flappers and a short tail.  An idea.of their size can be gathered when it is known that" a. single  tooth was a foot or more in length,  and its head, the smallest part of its  anatomy, was six feet long.  A total length of 60 feet wouid sot  be a giant by any. means,.and there is  reason to believe its strength was so  great that ,a 'single snap'of* the jaws  jvould be powerful Jehough to cut  through^ a tree wi th a ���������36-ihch circumference'^ '   ' "''.'���������'���������'���������  It lived almost "Ml of the time in  the sea; and diner off-fish and other  marine food: Its battles must;have  been terrific, as skeletons have heeii  found where great pieces* of vertebrae have been- torn out, evidently  from the living creature.      '" ,.  Amateur Mountaineer   ~^  Ojgjjkg ^������sini Victoria;  the    morning  the    Chateau  big telescope  perilous     as-  Accompanied    by    Swiss    Guide    Suc-  _Seeds  in   Reaching  Summit  Val A. Flynn, of St.JLouis, amateur  mountain      climber,      and      Rudolph,  Aemer,  Swiss  guide at Chateau Lake  Louise,     succeeded     in   climbing  the  face of Mount Victoria,    11,600    feet.  This   is   the  first   lime  this   feat   has  been performed.       All  spectators in front    of '  crowded    around "' the  watching the climber's  cent.       They lef t ��������� the-.Chateau. a  tew .  minutes   after   midnight   and   reached  the    top    of the glacier in the mountain's lace at 4 a.m.      Then from the  altitude     of    9,000    Jeet  they   struck  straight  upward   towatd r the,., summit  reaching a point 600  'feet \ from   the  top,     Aemer was seen to cut steps up  the sheer wall. of ice' for   -^50.    feet.  Evidently he coultl go no further and  retracing his steps, the climhers made  a traverse  t'o; the right 'ah.il" reached  the summit at 1,15 p.m.     This is their  fourth and' oh ly successful - attempt.  Bees Know Time of Dav  t  Knew at Lea6t When it Was Time' to  Look for Sweets  The question, as to whether or not  bees   are   able   to Jell   the   time,   has  heen  solved, to his own satisfaction,  by  a  French  expert.      He  began by  breakfo-Hfing in  the open*   ah'    at' T  a.m., partaking ot light preserves.   At  the noonday meal    no    sweetB   .were  served, but at A p.m, there was a light  touch, of HweelH.      Within a week all  the bees In the neighborhood got wind  of what was going on, .and the table  "was swarmed with thorn regularly tis  clockwork dally nt 1 a.m. and \ p.m.,,  but there were -none at noon;     "Bub-  RC-quentLy a jar ot ,-juuj was placed in  a window for tlie first Ave minutes of  every hour durhii? tho dny,     The bees  xnnde hourly visltH with suoh regular:  Ity that line- time of day could be* judg-1  ad without reference to a clock,     ���������> ���������"   '  There Ih very Utile ice manufactured In Knisbmd, the greater bulk of 1  he En j.*  Imported   from Norway  in ������pe-  clnl fi������Ht wooden Mill ph.  Colonization of Irrigation Lands  Alberta Government authorities announce that plans are about to be  drawn up for the colonization of irrigation lands and a comprehensive settlement scheme put into operation.  Listing of lands in the Lethbridge  northern district has been completed  and a total acreage of 30.000 a.cres or  improved farm land is available for  settlement at prices' ranging  $12.50 'to $35,00 per acre.    ���������*  Southern Alberta'Wheat Shipments  From September 1st, 1921, to May,  20th, 1922,,.a-total of 6,400,000 .huahel3  of wheat had been shipped out of ihe  Lethbridge   division . of,. the /Canadian.  PaciQR Railway, which includes/ the  territory from Okotoks south to the  boundary ,:and, east to^UArnQre^unkCs-g  tion near^Med-icjiie Hat;������ ' ^j-Z  ?     J'   '-'tev.'S  "'J. W ' KrZ- ���������   yy'-  *..t?    ���������#%'.���������  from  Look to Your Kyts     g^;p^s.-i.Ta  ncautlful eyc������. like iiriMUU^P  I- n. r<vn������dnH|\J_     rPi.- ',  tr~t,i, li������^rh������' trmil  ���������r������������f,   Tlie dallr ������������������������������ nt Mutitse  muU*t.  rye* rle*r  and  ru,*JUn������.  J i.M-vmI*.!-*..     I-Eatrnlr**.    Kr.������,������ ������n*1  vecummcnde-il by all duntuuu  wy~u%k$U*  .  fir Vj������.  VE-i���������. -"L-L ^^~iZi mi'^****^  timililitowiiw"1 *   ���������^M^s^^u..>^^^.^,^^ifc.AJ^^L^^^..wMiM^^^^^^^^lgaM1amiw \ms~~mmsm, vssmas- sl a  ''^S^W^-^".,    ^s\/^MM  ._ _._  *jr  if-  CANADIAN MADE  PURE FOOD  INSURES/GOOD HEALTH  MAGIC BAKING POWDER  INSURES PURE-FOOD  -WITCNIPEO  5. -v ������*v������ -*-L *n * "W ������   0m-~   I    WORLD  BRIEFLY TOLD  Dr,*J. A. Bancroft who resigned the  cltair of. metallurgy in McGill a"Year  ago,' will return    to    McGill    ������h    the  ' autumn. .  "Tgnace -Jan. Pedecewski will return  to the,piano next J fall,    touring*   the  - United States and Canada, it has been  announced.  Fire- completely  destroyed the railway car factory of the Orensteia and  ^������   ^t ��������� ���������        r-t ���������      , r   fc^jjHiJLlj'.cl.kA,     ^rc7������Xli.ciujr.  Screen for Car Wind-owvs  In a new type of street car a heavy  wire screen It attacked to the bottom'  of each window so that as the window  is raised it lifts  the screen to-cover  ^he opening. _      -   v       -- ^ *">  Xoppvl  Damage was done to 'extent of several  millions ot marks.  W.   H.   Robinson,   aviator,   and   two  men passengers were burned to death-  at I^os Angeles when the airplane in  which they were flying caught Are and  fell. _  The skeleton of John Collins, a Belgian farm' hand, who disappeared under mysterious circumstances from a  High Bluff farm, last - January, was  found on the outskirts of Winnipeg.  Lady- Wilson, widow of Field Marshal Sir Henry Wilson, declined, the  invitation-extended to-.her. to stand as  Unionist candidate for Parliament .for  North Down, her husband's late constituency; -" -     "*- - -"-- - "-'-->    '    --  O. McPherson,  Furniture  Dealer,  Undertaker,  -   -  Armstrong-, B.C.  Minard's L-inlraent Co.,  L������t&.  Yarmouth,  KT.S.: - ���������  Dear "Sirs.���������Since the-start <~I baseball  season we have been hindered^with-sore  1 niuscles, sprained ankles.~~etc., but just  as 'soon a~. we started using ' Minard's  Uniment our troubles ended. Every  baseball p3ayer should keep a. bottle of  your liniment hatfdy.  ��������� ��������� Yours  truly,  W. E. McPherson  Secretary    of    Armstrong  .   BasebaLL Team.  High    School  Fountain  Paint Brush  An Iowa man is the inventor of a  fountain paint brush that combines  the accuracy of a hand brush with the  speed of a spray device.  $32 Becomes ������307000,000  The largest advertiser of any single  product in, the' world is a Chicago  chewing - gum' .manufacturers who'  started.witU a capital of $32 and now  iias a' business with ah. annual turnover "of more-than $50,000,000.  GROWING BOYS AND GIRLS  Need 'ftich.   Red   Blood  -to   K-e-ep   Up  Health and Strength  It-is a mistake to think that anaemia is only a girl's complaint.      Girls  probably    show    the    effect of weak,  watery blood more plainly than boys.  T-k./"'*,������re*  Your Home Medicine Chest.���������  Among the standard household remedies that should always be on. hand in  your home medicine chest, jnone is  more important than Dr. Thomas' Ec- _��������� ,  lectric  Oil.       Its  manifold usefulness 1 years  in relieving oain and healing sickness  is known by many thousands throughout the land. - Always use Dr.  Thomas" Eclectrie' .Oil . for relieving rheumatic" and- sciatica  palnsv - -.-treating sore - throats and  ���������chests", coughs', .burns; scalds, cuts,  bruises and sprains.  iUUL> m-~~-S*.-~mJ  thin and weedy, showing    that    they  *t*������>....A        -^������������4- rxmxrx.-r~lx 0.0 r. ��������� Jl r...        XV-~ ~ -A        -���������  nSK   xa\ju   cuvus^    uiuuu,    Ot     tiia*,   it   -lS  thin and watery. Let the hoy in this  condition catch cold and he will lose  his strength, and his health becomes  precarious. To overcome this trouble  give both your -weak boys and girls  Dr. Williams' Pink'Pills and see how  soon good appetite returns and the  weak boy or languid girl becomes full  of"activity and high spirits. ~Mrs. P.  Garvey. R.R. No. 5, Mono Mills, Ont.,  tells - what this medicine did for her  young son. She says:���������"Three years  j ago, my little boy. who was then 11  old,    was very pale and weak,  Dangerous Cargoes  **  .       ...  $ailnre  niajEgm +n> S-SJ! V^ith & Gar"0 of  Sugar or Coffee  At flrst thought it would seem that  dynamite was a cargo J-.o be carefully  avoided,-hut from a sailor's point ���������������������  view -there are far more dangerous  cargoes, - He dreads, for ^instance," a  cargo 'jt>������"'"su.gar!I * Put "hundreds "of  tons. o������"-eane sugar, in^ ca-sks In the  hold of a vessel and let the ship steam  through a" spell of-hot weather: The  odor is sickening. The sailors cannot get the sweet taste oat of their  mouths and crave vinegar or lime  juice���������anything sour. ���������They- lose  their appetites and are always glad  when a voyage on which the cargo  was sugar is over. Coffee is as disagreeable as sugar,, in addition being  "very dangerous;  . Cotton is a really dangerous cargo.  If a little oil happens to touch raw  cotton the result is spontaneous combustion. A single bale' of cotton saturated with such an oil as boiled linseed ahd lying at the bottom of a hold  can. he compared only to a slow  match attached to a bomb.  Acids and other chemicals form  dangerous cargoes. Carbide of calcium, for example. *" Acetylene gas  is made from this chemical and the  gas is constantly given off if the product ia exposed to air.  Shipmasters dislike to carry drums  of acid where" they can be reached  easily. A Chilean ship recently put  in at the Falkland Islands leaking  badly. Her cargo was made up of  drums of acid ahd chalk. The acid  had leaked from the drums' and mixed with fhe chalk, forming carbonic  acid gas in the hold. This gas is  deadly and the <rew could not make  repairs. Meantime, the acid had  gathered in the bottom of the ship j  and had eaten away the Iron frames  there.  'ANUi  TO RELATIVES  ht  North- Vancouyer Wots an  Says She Wishes Everybody. In The World Ccuid  Have The Medicine���������Restored Her To Splendid  Health.  . "I think so much of Tanlac I am  sending "it. to my relatives an Holland  for I want'them io know what a wonderful -medicine we have over hero,"  said Mrs. C. Spruttenburg, 15th gt.,.K.,  North Vancouver, B.C.  "I   suffered   from   stomach   -trouble  and other  jents so  long 1 was al  most a. iiervous and physical wrgek.  After meals my food soured and I  often bloated until 1 could scarcely  breathe. My ^nerves got iu such aa  awful condition I couldn't sleep  nights, and 1^ had. dizzy, fasneing  spells so often. I was afraid.to risk  myself alone.-  "My first bottle of Tanlac helped  me so much I kept on taking it until  now I feel like a different person. My  stomach never gives me the least  trouble, nry nerves are normal and I  sleep like' a child every night'. I wish  everybody in the world could have  Tanlac. " I cannot praise it too highly."        ~       ���������  Tanlac is sold by all good druggists.  nou.ncedw.has decided to adhere to the;  St. Germain convention lor" inter-:  national contrci of traffic. ������a arms and  ammunition. The decision is subject  to approval by the Swiss Parliament.  Shortage of foods' has grown acute  In Dublin. The shops a're charging  exorbitant prices for egg'sL- bacon and  bread. No taxicabs and only ai few-  jauhting cars are available and the  'dr������yer37'dena*ahd; extra ^payment, Cor the.  ' risk .'they ������������������run';*: 'allbwing :n6,:*disconnt,  however, -for thV risk tlie passehgea'  takes. The newsboys ask double  price -for -papers.  PlZZZK? 'Z'ZZZ'l."'?'Z  ��������� , Blind Man's Invention  An automatic bookmark has been  invented by a blind man, -a weighted  strip of flexible material falling into  place" as pages are turned.  Corus cannot exist w"hen Holloway's  Corn, Remover is applied lo them, because H goes''to the root and kills the  growth. *r.'-*.."'  *:*:���������      .,,, .������ -__,,  The,   world's    record    for 7 Su'nday  School attendance,;is probably that or  Owen . Jones,:   of Liverpool, England,  ; who iias been a regular attendant*.-for  more than -9 V years.,**- ������������������ ;-���������.'! "���������'.���������  he would take fainting spells and  complained ot a pain about his heart.  One day a lady friend .who noticed  his run-down condition 'told me her  daughter had been En a" similar state  and found new- health ~!-thro-:igtr~ Dr.  "Williams' Pink Pills. I therefore got  a supply for my boy, and by the time  the first box was useu bis appetite  seemed better, and by the time he had  taken half a dozen boxes everyone  was surprised at the change in his  condition, he was such a fine, healthy  looking boy. He had grown tall and  stout, with no signs of his former  run-down condition. I believe Dr.  Williams* Pink Pills are unexcelled  for "anyone weak and run-down."  Dr. "VVilliarns'-Pink Pills are sold by  all medicine deal ers. or by mail at 50  cents a box or six boxejj! for $2.50  froirt The Dr. Williams' Medicine Co.,  Brockville, Ont.  The    Family    Physician.���������The good  doctor is always worth his^ee.      JBut  it is not always possible^*������ get a doctor just .when you wan^nim.     In such  cases, common sense suggests.the use  of reliable home remedies, such as Dr.  Thomas'  Eclectrie Oil, which is wonderfully  effective in easing inflammatory pains and healing cuts, scratches,  bruises .and 'sprains.       The -presence  of this remedy in the family medicine  chest save many a fee/  Circle Tours Through the  Canadian-Pacific Rockies  ���������jieiianxTui  i ouriscs  Mackenzie, the largest.polIdeal division of Canada, has an area of  3 82 square miles.    - ���������.'' -  WHen.  EVER wake up in the mbrriing feeling fagged  ;and ipggyP^'7'*      - "���������::' p ������������������^������������������' .'��������� ���������''.;  Tired ���������th:usGles;;^a':'^eajry: brains call for a  briieakfa&t of' Grape-Nuts,��������� the friendly, easjly  digested foody to fortify against exhaustion.  Grape-I>J ii ts repairs the-- daily wear and' tear  on body tissue* it provides the essentials for  rebuilding body and nerve cells; lime lor the  teeth and bpnes; iron for the blood*  Make this crisp and toothsome cereal a;regf.  ular^.jpart',pi^yowr .daily ������������������die.t.r^Made from wheat  and malted barley, and partially pre-dtgested by  ZO^hburs" scjientific baking, Grape-l^hite with  cream or inilk Is a' complete food���������satisfy ing,  without overtaxing the digestion.  Sold by grocers everywhere!  "Therefs tt Reason"  for  ....  Matlo by*. 7  Canadian Poatura Cereal Co,, LtdU  * Wlnntlsurvr, O-oMrSic*  i np MTToraec* ior  Over C.P.R.  By the most magnificent mountain  and inland water crip in the world,  passing through beautiful Banff, lovely Lake Louise, Field and Glacier  thence to Arrowhead ��������� steamier  through the Arrow and Kootenay  Lakes, winding in and oat past majestic mountain, peaks���������touching at West  Robson: and Nelson enroute.  This delightful trip can be made in  the ���������- opposite direction if* desired and  at remarkably low cost. -..-...  Any Canadian Pacific ��������� ticket ' agent.  will gladly give full information and  arrange; details.  An Engaging Chinese Figure  -G-sneraB Wu Is Ctev-er Po!������trcEaiT"Wtth-  out Conceit -  General  Wu Is  the  most  engaging  figure that has appeared    in    Chinese  politics for-a long time.      He has none  of the conceit and cunning that mar  Sun   Yat-Sen*s   character,,  and   seems  to be free from the     chicaners"    and  unscrupulousness of that bandit risen  in    the    world,    Chang Tso-Lin.    He  expresses    himself    well and patriotically.      He does not, he    says,    desire  office,    but    tbe    opportunity to uniTy  China, abolish militarism,    revive    industry and gain-the    respect    otZ the  jworld.,    Of course men who were not  so modest as they wou2d like to seens  i!<sv*s' u&Su'sucu' language uefoce.  but  Wu adds to the' impression that he is  an   honest,   likable  fellow  with   more  tiian his share of brains.  GZEMA  Yoa are coi  expcrlment-  ;lng when  .you ms-o l>r.  Chase's Ointment for Eczema and Skin Irritations. It relieves at on co and gradually heals the skin. Sample box Dr.  Chase's Ointment free if you mention thia���������  paper and send 2c.stamp for postage. 60c a  bpx.; all dealers or Ed manson,, Betes & Co.,  Limited, Toronto  I  Minard's Liniment Relieves Neuralgia  Manitoba Buller Wins  in  1,009 AGENTS WANTED  Make $5.00 to $10.00 Per Day  Acerits 'wanted,   every where:    hook  territory     n������Kfl% Splendid     values;���������  everybody ' us.es���������sell on  sight.      "Sertd  ���������50a for sample' .out n (. to  Cacton Press, Ltd , 1825 Scartli St, "Regina  I  Awarded    PrSjses    at    Exhibitions:  Caigary-ahd Edmontori.���������  For year's butter made at Manitoba  creameries has -won "an Unviable  place at the leading Canadian exhibitions. Word has boon received by  the Department of Agriculture OF the  awards won. at Calgary and Edmonton by, an exhibit placed by the Bran-'  don liraneh of the Crescent Cnyunery  Company,  "This creamery won two flrst  prizes on5 May hut tor at Calgary*; one  ���������flvst, one aecon<f, and two thirds'at  Edmonton; Winnings at Calgary also  -include-a'.bronze'.modal and diploma  Coi* third hlglUsal: average score given  o any butter on exhibition;-' also a  special prize of $15 ttnd provincial  champJoaBhlp ribbon.  ���������"There were twenty-two c ream er-  tea entered in these exhibitions, from  Quebec, Ontario. ���������SaaltiUchowuu, Alberta, *Mnnltoba and Mrltlsh Columbia," aaid Mr. Olbfldn. Dairy Ccvhnnla-  Htoner.  MONEY. ORDERS  ' Se-nd   a   Donntiion   Express   .Money   Order.  They are payahle e-rens where. ::  BELTING I0OA1E  New mul used nehlhffVofi'every'description s-htpped ia������d������ject to ni>i������rov5������*l. Kin. f������-  ply saew Huli>l������er 'Belting*;., hlRh Brnde  duality, at Wk per fl, All.otherH at lowest pt-iees in Onimaii.���������York BflliiiB t'o..  115 YokJc Si,. Toronto, Ont.  ���������a-  /it.. .QINTM-ENHR';;,.-,,,,  '���������" "ri'o^Bu'rrt^d'S:fti:e5;.*Cu;fsvE^  '���������'Ceryy:cT$wwfo^  CoblTfl Cotton Root Compoutiil  1,500 Tel*i������lK������n-e Dil recto riots  About I.BOt) dltterent telephone  director lew, with an* UKKreKate circulation o~ 25,000,000 cot������.IeB a year, nre  Itiauod hy tho principal telephone ay-*-  torn In Hie tin lied atnten. T������������ print  and iIlHtrlhute tho tllrootorlon eoatw  the -corporation aopk-oxlmately* $8,4)Oft,-  Q00 tx, year.  IVSinaril''a Linlmbrit lor Buma.,, ������t&.  Jl trCtfe. Tm-iahlss rrq-u/atljHl  m-editf-tsm. Bold in tUnto an*  trrtrnm ol ���������IrongLh���������No, 1. ������lfl  Na. *, **s N������. 8. '��������������� pnr ba*j  llo-ld by Mil ������l.rw|������:Uu, or ������������*ati  .pr^pkld en eaeoipk of nric*.  Tfftm*     t>������mpti'l*t.       AddreMS  iTMtt COOK ftflCDtCmr CO j  L,Z,.i:~rJI&-  I iwbCjt  I������lone������r  BOOK ON  rx>a pjsha������is������  mul   How  to  Food  Rfaltrd   Free   to any  Adtlri"������.n hy th*.  An tliOXf  '        <-a���������  INTO..  1X9    Went.   tUtU   ������l���������  Kew   Vork.   V.~..A~  ~T=S  \V.    U..    U.     l-VM  mem~~mm  'jtnumtmu THE  CBE8TON   REVIEW  THE GRESTON REVIEW  Why let luxury (that you  do not need), size (thafc you  do not -want), Speed (that you  cannot lawfully use), lead you  into buying a car that you ���������  cannot afford to own.  The new Excise Tax has  come into effect, so laid down  price of Ford cars are:  Touring . *. $770.59  Lira DeHvery 732.57  Chassis .... 637.54  (with. Starter in each case)  -   I'm.  * Buy a JTord, it ie lowest in  price, Lowest in maintenance,  cost lowest in depreciation,  and provides anything you  can. ask for.  CrestonAot������& Supply  R;S, BEYA", PfSjs.  Issued every-Friday' at Oreston. B.C.  Subscription.: $2.50 a year in advance.  VIAt-.W i/*J   ������J.O,   |)U1UIS,  O. F. Hastes, Editor and Owner.  CRESTON. B.C., FRIDAY, AUG.  4  S  LiTTEAS TO THE EDITOR  McKay Protests  loyal Orange Lodge, No. 2095  Meets THIRD THURSDAY of  each month at Mercantile  Hall. Visiting brethren cordially invited.  ERIC OLSON. W.M  a    SgnopsS* ef     .,-  MSnlmum j-jrfca   of   first-class  Slfari  reduced to SaTan aere; second-class to  $2.60 an acre.  Pre-emption   now  confined   to   surveyed lands only.  Records -wiM oe granted covering: only  land suitable for agricultural purposes  Mid which la -non-timber land.  ���������- Partnersb-to pre-emptions abolished,  out .parties of not.jnore than four may  axmngts tov adjacent pre-emptions  wltn. joint residence, but each making  necessary Improvement^ on respective  claims. ^.. r-,.,��������� ���������'-���������:._  _ Pr^-emptora must occupy claims-for  five years and make Improvements tc  value of $10 per acre, Including- clearing and cultivation of at least 5 acres  before receiving jGrown Grant.  .. ~.src _jTG���������t~~_t_.������vr' in occupation noi  less tnan S years, and has made proportionate Improvements, he may, because of Sll-heaJtEi, or.other cause,- be  -granted intermediate certtfficate of improvement aad transfer bis claim.  Records without permanent residence may be Issued, provided applicant makes improvements to extent of  ?300 per .anntua and records same each  year. Failure to,make improvementa  ?������������.record^.8^:mev IwiU operate as forfeiture. Title cannot be obtained In  JSP8*,^1^? 5 veaW,.' and improvements  . *wiG0 Per aicre. including 5 acres  cleared and cultivated, and residence  or at least 2 years ore required, m.  Pre-emptor holding Crown grant  may record another pre-emption. If he'  requires landi Sn conjunction with his  JiS���������*,' wi������*"><xt actual occupation, provided statutory improvementa made  and residence maintained on Crown  -granted land.  UnBurvesye-fl areas, not exceed ln������ 20  ������m^ 55?LJ^   ^f*8*?  ������s  homesitea:  ������iit.^ ��������������� obJ6n������n������<* alter ���������fulflllinar real-  ^J���������*1 an4 -JroP-rovwnjent conditions.  iror traKlns and induatrlal purposes  utTSZa >Sc*a5ln8' fli0 *cre3 may ba  leased bar.one person or company.  t������������������5l tt-FP' ?* SnduatrlaT sites on  timber land ' not   exceeding   40   acres  f^r be purcliaaed; conditions Include  payment of atumpage.  v^^iHES1 lBa3r jneadowa Enaocesaibke  by existing; roads may be purchased  conditional upon construction of a road  to them. Rebate of one-half of cost of  road, not OKceedHnr half of purchase  price, is made. v        ^  PRE-HMPTOna'       FREE       GRANTS  0 ACT.  time -within which the heirs or device���������  01 a doeeaaed pre-emptor mav unniv  for title under^thds Act di^xtencPed  from for on* ymr from the death of  *?fr.K??? ���������"* rorJ������*rt^ until one  K2������Z "iSf,131'6jMMWiualon of the present  trS&stlvS^ ������,rtv:"'<5** h. also raid* -������.  No fees r-ftU-tln-r to BM-a������irtKon*BiLr*  due or payable V aoldlera on p"!  fSmS^HtJ^wflffl .**!������*��������� Jane ft, ������91%  jro-  *���������������������������* r������n������tid~for ������vo"ySSr8.9  Provision for return of -moneys ac-  4,  IS 14, on account of paymentH. feei  or taxerpn so] fl I ers' pre- oxnptlona.  interest on mrreements to purchase  Allied Forcen, or dependents, acoulrcd  direct or tartUr**. 'r*mlw"3rfSSS"������������?  ilBtment to March 31, lflSd.  9UU.PURCHA6B������������  OP  CHOWN  4| LAN DS.  rJZ~~~tl^_m!!*V������* C?r ������"������w������nc������ of  crown   aranls   to sub-p-urehasers    of  ������������?3Eisl������n1?k n"^i������I)in* . ***** ta Crom  purcimsers   nrho   failed    to    complete  purchase, involvln* forfeiture. onWt-  teres! and tsir������������.   Whero ������������������ub-purcnas.  era do not claim wh-ol* ot orlaijial oar.  ���������ft*1, ptirtshaiMi prl*** A*vm a !,<,*$ "ac.;! *~  be   distributed    Kro.&ortlonaieiy"': over  whole   m������.       ^pplieatlon.8   mt'Ht   Si  made by Bfay X- k*20.  drtAJTINa **  Qrjurinr Aol. .110111*, for nyst*-amati������  deyelopm������T(t of MvWnck Influstry r<ro  vldes for rmaL'nv cttntrlets and rn.nk.t-  (wimtnliiLrallBin under C'ommfml^n er  Annual jrraail-njv permitJi iwnued based  on Jiumbwfi rrtr������K������,'rt',: priority tor eatiib-  Ushed owners. Stock -owners ������n������y  forM  Association* for r.-hi*������KK������ mn.niitfn  *flV**  ������^   ~00. ...  ���������- ..;    '    --   A?���������'*r.f..j    ItiLivr,   uvtnm.il,  for Mettlers, tampers or ir-wveifora,   uu  to. t#n h*sd.  . Camp.LiBter, July 25,  EDiTOF- R-BVITS^V^    -  Sib,���������Please discontinue  fche advertisement in the Creston Keviewregard-  ing-.the sale of cows;   also scratch my.  name off your  list  of   subscribers   to  yotir paper hem this date.  I am suiprised at a.man, whom 1 always thought was one of tny best  Greston friends- to take a stand like  von have done in this case of mine,  which happened recently, especially  when the case was settled out of court.  I think, at least, you might have  heard both sides of the question: first  before taking the stand vou have  done. "Why ditin't you advertise the  the Rowbnry-Berahard case, also a  case of drunke'ness and which happen..  ed on the streets, of Oreston the other  day. . Had I known that the case was  going tq be published, ;.-a.fter -all was  said arid-done I .would willingly have  let it gone through the jcourts and  coughed up everything- I - had to say  regarding- -this settlement. ��������� Also the  treatment I have received at the  hands of the Land Settlement Board.  ,. Now as president jof the board of  trade, and evidently a man v^hp has  the success and future welfare\of the  Valley at heart, why.don't you come  out and bring any of your friends  ���������^-Liberal op Conservative���������and I will-  show you over what 5 call .my' just  grievances, and I . will also make a  sporting sfffer to you that if the majority think I haye no kick, and that the  price, Ste., is reasonable, and that you  would be quite willing to take on this  proposition yourself at this figure, also  uhder-^bhese conditions, I will sign the  agreement. If you cannot, see your  way clear to take pri this challenge'  Mr. Edit-or,' and show'British fair play  by publishing this on the same page  qf your paper ^aiyou-i published yo.ut*  o^7i) leitei\ then Jl^puld respectfully  request, you in the ,if i|fcure to keep yotir  hands off the cart. ;pf you won't bity  any apples. T ."  PETJSR McEAf;  [When she Heyiew finds that a useful community purpose can bejierved  by p*nblishing"police coijrt proceedings  or other items our policy will be to  give them full publicity.. The McKay  case comes in this category' in that-it  seryed to awake Review readers to the  fact that a situation exists at Lister  that is not at-all desirable,. The editor  has no intention of making an appraisal of Mr. McKays's holdings nor  the terms of the proposed agreement  of sale. If Mr. McKay finds the price  asked.-too high our advice-to him "is  pot tio. buy. And having prof ei red  him our counsel in this regard might  wesiiggest that he practice some of  the fasr play he bespes&a on behalf of  himself (in his letter) by keeping his  huncls off the cart if he. won't.buy any  apples such as some of the other Lister settlers are prepared to buy in the  shape of sighing the L..S.B. agreement  and getting down to farming. ��������� As an  officer and gentleman, Peter, try aiid  observe the fine old British principle  of respecting fche other fellow's views  eyen if you can't accept them.���������Ed.]  Bi^S  lljffif  We can  -H*1B������fc*w*.W*'KTr  \  Ladies' ummer Underwear  - in Watson's, Make    ~1' z. p  -Sleeveless Vestp, Y neck, sizes S6,38  40, at 40c.  - Out sizes s~t 50c.  - Full Dress, ~web finish, at 65c.  -    - ..   . i     .     . s '  ','     ,1      . -!*('    'I *-'  Sleeveless  Combinations  at. 1.00, 1.45,   1175  "   Child's Vests, all sizes, 30c.    "     ;  Childreifs Combinations, all sizes, $1.15 each.  Children's   Cotton   Sweaters   ih   Navy, and  White and Navy and Ked, long-sleeves, 60c  ���������-Mens Underwear      ^  Athletics at 1.50 ^  Spring Needle Combination at $2.-00  y  Spring- Needle Shirts ^nd Drawers.at $1.00  Real Pron  Year  Total Revenue        Tax  19H-19ia =  .. sun.txnjgT~  ������    ������������QS ft7(?  1912-1913. .  ..   12,436,027  ". 4Si,S70-  1913-1914. .  . .    10*,398,381  d01,051  1914-1915. .  ..     7,871,375  515.113  1915-191&.  ,.     6,193.5������)  492,813  1916-1917..  . . .   6,799,958  632,106  1917-1918..  ..     8,755,885  1,013,983  1918-1919..  ..   10,931i279  991,203  1919-1920. .  ..   13,861,602  1,148,212  1920-1921..  ..   15,219,261  1,016,3*3  1911-1912 to 1920 1921 inclusive.  7 -STATEMENT  Wiia Ld.  'Tax  ���������a   AQB *p������  " 54R*087  ,659,424  646,441  534,459  521.325  690,536  792,416  1,132,440  861,811  A statement is'also given of. the: pro-  yincial expenditures charged to income during the same financial years  for the'purpose, of\enabling one to deduce the general tendency of thosr expenditures."  J      "~; *  STATFMBN^OB* EXPENDITURE  Year. ^ Amount:    f Year.-".; Amount.  49il-191������-Sai;i89,<^: i'Zi i������l^lft7^$ 9,079,317  1912-1913���������15,412.322. , _. / B917-191&- 8,073,565  1913-1914^- 15.762,912E * 1918-1919��������� 12,112,285  1914-1915-r 31,942,667 ',���������'-.:,��������� 1919-1920��������� 13,510,271  1915-1916-^-   9,880,662 1920-1921��������� 19,626.690  It should be   noted that" the   state-  Municipai Organization  Last spring there wins some discussion of the question whether the Oreston district-wjis having returned to 1 b  by the provincial government in public  expenditures nn amount equal to that  obtained in revenue from.this district.  And of the further question whether  some relief could not bo obtained from  the ever growing btirden of taxation  by organising a Municipal it v. It is  impossible to give an accurate statement of tho receipts and cxp nditurus  of tho Government in this district unless someone should spend some weeks  in sorting out ail the various Items in  the provincial oIllceH at Nelson and  Kneli-). And if all theHo figures wore  compiled" it would not give much as-  hUbttuiiice in fWnnijiK nn idea hh to  whether taxation could bo loweiotl  under a nummlcfpalibyi for tho renwon  that at muoiciimllly hiu* few houi-cch of  x-evenue aa cutupars.-ti ���������with tliu proven  oial govecurci-ent. Tim uinht tamrce nf  reye������ue of a. m unlcl pahty Ih the tux on  land and improvesnemfH,  T-o* Hhow tho prmportlrm that land  tuxmr form of t'hn Untal provincial  rtrvtmtiti the following ntateiuetit i������  glv^n (dhowing thn total nebfecni||itH at  thc prnvinca timl milutt t,he l^ilal r������i-  coipfctt from thn- re,*! property tux and  wilrfi land inx  tor th-o fSnnnclaS yearw  of the Ratepayers Association has given some attention to this.matter and  the suggestion has been made bo them  that for yarious reasdnsit -woiild-prob-  shly he better to ������ee If it I*s uow .pv*ss-  ible to incorporate a limited area for a  beginning. If this ean be done Ofed  the affairs of the corporation are conducted successfully, its boundaries  could be extended from time to time  as and when the necessary inrfjoritj'' of  the.electors under the Act in adjoining" areasrdesire to corae in.  ."_ The suggested area of the proposed  Municipalily Jncludes    the   following  Lots, District? L,nts Nos. 524, 525, 526,  891, 802. 38&. 5617 and Blocks 1-24 inclusive of Lot 812. Map 7S0A. The  assessed value of this area for the present year mav be "put in round figures  at $900,Ouu!.mu. i nafc is not.yie exact  amount, but it as hot iticorrect *,hy  more than a few thousand dollars cine  tway or the other. From this area the  provincial government will collect this  year approximately $9000 on the real  property tax atone. ?P  Next week art attempt will he made  toanswer as far-as possible the ctties-  tions.mentioned in  a preceding  par-,  agraph, :and on   which ���������.-,ti3*e7- prudent  ratepayer will -require -foi rly-exactin  fos ns ation     b  against Municipality^-  sieHng    For V.. or  I.-L :^,.G.A.MiY.  WhateTer your banking requirements may foe, any  ������&e ef the 21S branches of this hassk. can serve you.  C-c.4-0a3f4~tA.il *v.0.il v..  amount of school tax collected in unorganized districts and the statement  of expenditures does not include capital expenditures, i The wild land: tax  includes the revenue.' derived from Ihe  Timber and Coal Land Taxes.  An examination-of the* above statements will show that the expenses of  the provincial government haye  steadily increased year by year except  for a time after the' outbreak of the  war and also a similar general tendency is shown in the ^amount of revenue  derived from, the feat property and  wild, land taxes. Judging the future  from the past there is kittle hope of  ainy reduction in the amount ofthe  provincial taxes unless a provincial  Geddes should arise to wield the axe  on our expenditures.  The opinion that it would be poss  iblevto lower our-taxes considerably  by organizing a ikiilnicipaltty --is pne  that reqnii eft very careful-examination.  To vote intelligently, on. the subject  eyery ratepayer should have fairly ac  curate information on tho 'following  questions: The probable cost of organ-  isring a Municipality; What are its  sources of revenue and an estimate of  its amount on our presenb aasessment;  The ordinary running expenses, including the cost of the council and any  paid officialb; The ostEmated amount  annually for necessary pub lie works,  such aa roads and bridged; The  powers of bhe Oo'unoll to raiae and expend moneys; The limitations on the  powers of borrowing,..money either on  the credit of the whole municipality  for objcc'ftu of benefit to b3]-u wholo, ok  within prescribed areas for local im������  provumentH.  TheMunicpal Act is filled with a  great toaaa of detail regarding wme of  these Biihjects which it lu Impossible  to present within the limita of a letter. One can however state En a general svuy wl������������t apiMiai'to ho Uw. ntuier-  *Vh������g prindpIoB indeborrnlng what can  and what cannot be oxficuded bv the  Council without obtaining the oonwent  of the nleotoi'B.  Tlioooutof Incorporation and bhe  ordinary expenditures of a municipality for all purpoBca from tfta aim ual  revenue wmnld (b������gM������miiril tn ������n ������r*T������inwidurable extent on the t������lzc of the area  within Its bouudartett.     Tim u-mociiLive  From a small personal savings account, to_a volume  m of foreign exchange, or from collections on drafts  v      fo  advice   concerning  investment,   our  service  is  prompt and adequate.  IMPERIAL   BAJNIC  ,     OFCANATM.  . GRESTON BRANCH,  .     C. W. ALLAN,   , -   .       ...     ���������    ,     .-    ,-��������� . .  Manager.  Profitable Opportunities  ore offered, to-day for Investment in.  Government and Municipal Bonds,  ���������yielding a high return.  The purchase  or sale of such securities can. be arranged at any of our brancSies.  Our monthly list of offerings will  Ibe sent on request 671  THE CANADIAN BANK  .    OF COMMERCE  PAID-UP CAPITAL    " .        -        $15,000,000  RESERVE FUND - - $15,000,000  CRESTON BRANCH, C G. Bennett, Manager.  JT-J-nlJI,   y ��������� JLJLJlIiJLjJLdi  The $X5f)Xracipi:^:ra������S^ aiid]Ifei|{hrE!Ktrfl  Cuts the Cost of Cultivating  MULTrPLSES  Man 1'awcr hy  FIVE  A Sprywheel and one man cim do mora  cullivadng than f������v*o men with wheel  hnen. It pa.yp I������������* it.������*M befor* the ���������Siroim-I'nj;  KQiiAon. lu liulf tsvor, in tabor' siived. Tlio  better cropn you'll (Jet are nddilionnl  remu-cms ior buying n Sprywheel  now.  Demons tuitions tfladly giv������n. -' '  LIDGATE BROS.  B* Ol II ������ive> AtftrtS-ttm  !zmommff?mmmK!mm  QSS  IBpeapg m  fi'   r   \  If  ft"'.7  fi'  i'  t  THE  CKESTON  BEVIEW  |i '��������� _ _   \    '(fl*fc|**  for TEN DAYS, commencing Saturday, August 5  "Mrs. Midford, who now makes her  home at Spokane, is here at present,  on a visit to Mrs.. Sherwood. Mrs.  (Dr.) Lille of Blairmore also spent a  few days with' Mrs. Sherwood, last  week.  Mr. and Mrs J. W." Hamilton and  family and Mr. and Mrs. Brousson and  young son, left on Saturday for Cultus  Creek, where they will join the Chas.'  Moore camping party for a  weeks.   >���������������  for a- few hours of sociability and So  wish one of their prominent workers  goodbye and good Suck in her new  home.   -  couple of  libildbren's  Coverall Suits  reg. 2*25, afc $1.25  Ladies' House  Aprons  Children's,   Misses,   Ladies^ afad  Men's  Summer  Hats, including Panamas and Straws.  Children's, Misses1, ^Ladies', Men's Canvas  Children's and Ladies3 Middies and Skirts.  cuioes.  reg.  1.25, at 95c.  Children's Summer Waists r--sg.  ,v^������AaJJL-%j.a wu  cj*  75c, at 45o.  Ott  Ladies9 House  -    TTV.���������"   ~-      ~-i~_.     -x    ���������  reg. 2.50, sale $1,50  r  Gingham  Dresses  ; assorted sizes,  reg. 2.50, at 1.50  ^nueren's  Sandals  reg.a.50, at $1.15  better ones, reg.  2.75, at $2.25  Dry Goods  Sroeenes  Furniture  Hardware  T  r  Try the Drugstore First  Have you 4-������ken advantage of our liberal  offer yet 1 If nofc, remember tbis Is your last  week in which fco do so.  1  FREE with each  i.     - t* nn   r������M.W   4T1T      Mill/  m~mimm       m00.      0X000   y  tin of Tiny Tot Talcum  ��������� m.i n   AOSiSJlttip.  tS>  ������bu get*40c. value of Al goods  for only 25c.  The time is limited.       The quantity unlimited.  Buy yours today.  BEATTIE-OATWAY. ltd.  L  mawt .Owfero a  Specialty.  Phane Service   -  Prompt Attention  ft.  the woods nr������ your*  to enjoy, but only M  ^^B-^-^r     _^m^m^    ^^0 ^^m J^nr^^^^n^^ ^mO/mS    j^uygB^ Mm^Bl  ^^mmUmmm jM^    MMUMgh^Afc    ' ^J0m-^~-   ^^|   ^^|^^   ^^tfV*^     ^M^HK  Local and Personal  ���������* --- .  Birth���������On July >30th, to Mr. and  Mrs. Billy Hall, a son.  D*. H. JLinn is a visitor at Innisfree  and other Alberta points this week.  . Misses Evelvn "and .Louise Bevan are  visiting with Kaslo frieeds for a  couple of weeks.  Fob Saj<e���������Complete set of High  School text- books. Apply Phyllis  Small, Oreston Hotel. "--  Apricots and Peaches, - order now to  be sure of your ^supply. Oreston  Fruit Growers Union, Ltd.  Mrs. Joe Sa^si! ������*������* **>=������ n-������rrssaond  of Cranbrook ���������were visitors with Mrs.  Small a few days last week.  Mrs. B. Cripps, who has been a yisit*  or with Cranbrook friends for a few  days, returned home on Friday.  EL. R. Thomas, accountant at the  Bunk of Commerce is biking his annual two week's vacation at present.  H. Robertson of Victoria, provincial horticulturist, is here on an official  visit this week, arriving Wednesday.  "Mr,'and Mrs- E. Taylor left on Tt^es-  day for Kali spell, Mont.,-where they  ssre fisc^ectin0' t-o make th-^ir  home in  future.  j . .**. .   ���������  Mrs. Oliver and family of Penticton f  and Mrs. Brewer   of   Calvary,   Alta.,  were /visitors   here   last   Week,   with  Mrs. Fred Smith. ^  Mrs. C O. Rodgers and Mrs. J. F.  Rose left on Wednesday for Nelson,  where they win spend a week visiting  friends 1n that city. ^ -  W. Nicoll oi Blah-wore, who opened  out'the shoe repair line here-the latter  pnrt of May. has closed up shop ahd  moved to Cranbrook.  Murdock McLeod^   the   well-known  eye specialist of Cranbrook, announces  his nest yisit hcrSfor August 0th, at  the Commercial Hotel.  Mr. Hart of Rugby, England, who  ia on a visit to Canada, is spending  sonie time in Oreston, and is the guest  of Mr, and Mrs. H. Lyne,  Missus Reaves of Calgary, Alta.,  who are making the circle tour trip of  the KootenayB, spent a few days here  lust  week,   with   Mr.   nnd  Mrs.    II.  Christie.  The August, meeting of OroBton  Board of Triuta will bo held on Tuesday; night, und all members are -asked  to be out. Irrigation matters will be  the fore.  lion. JLidgaUt got buck, from atrip  to I/eilibridge on Saturdav, driving a  Dodge car, which te being udcled to  tho livery equipment of the Crouton  (Service Garages.  AlljyIGfli! uilUrCIl J^BiWIGBS  SlIND'I^Y, JWGU3T ������  OIIIOSTON SIRDAR  7.80 p.m. 10.no ������.<m,  - C. G. Cotteril!,. general superintendent of C.P.R. western lines, Vancouver, was-here on an official visit  Tuesday, arranging for the putting in  of the spur track to the new Union  warehouse.  Miss Vivanne Moore -and Miss  P..y81 is Small, who have been attend*  ing high school at Kaslo and Cranbrook respectively, were both success  ful in passing their exams, in the final  year high school work. <  Mr. Williams, who had been secured  ���������bs assistant teacher at the high school,  wired on Monday that he. would be  unable to accept the position and the  trustees are now on the hunt for an  instructor to replace him.  Five of Oranbrook's trap shots will  be here for.the return match with the  Creston clay pigeon marksmen on Saturday evening. -The shegnt will start  at 6 o'clock, and the public are invited  to be present and watch   proceedings.  A donation of $6 has just been received from the school children of  Alice Siding toward the bronze Wreath  fund of the soldiers' memorial. A  meeting of the committee will be held  on the 14th to arrange for the unveiling.  Extra generous patronage in the advertising department" compels us to  hold over until next week :~ communication re the Arrow Oreek irrigation  project, as well as a budget from  Wynndel which is a day late in arriving.  Services will be resumed in Christ  Church on Sunday evening at 7.3P..  Rev. and Mrs. Varley got back from  their months holiday at Sdgew^tod  this week, and all will be pleased to  hear that Mrs. Valley's health continues to improve nicely.  RAKFRV  u/ni*B.ie������  AND  Hair's, Selteen's, WHlani's  Chocolates  i UL i#i\tf%l������l  always op hand  x  *l"ol:r������������   crnma   A-\tn  *.M. %Mr~~.-u   xjv-rXMjtx.    v-rxx.  Picnics.  ieri Norris  Next Beianfs6arage  tli^fe  f~r.w  in  the  House?  - Bert Norris was- po^tively the bnsi  est man in town on Tuesday. On that  day the Creston Bakery turned out  its record bake of bi-e.id���������510 loaves.  The forest fit es at Kitchener arid Yahk,  *r\ t,    v-arrxll   mo      *������4-     ^antTAn.     aOB-affcta +___%*__     *~\      ffNluf.  f-^O      WW ������..������������    ������������������������        ���������*������<        m^\*������MJ - ���������������*        m~*m. VI������1.*VM      mam      f^������ **������������������������������������*  demand for the staff of life. -      s  I  Mi*s. Oatway. who is leaving in a  iew days tQ muk her home .at Vancouver, was guest at 'an eyening in  her honor at the home of Mrs. Hender  son on Tuesday, when the Indies of  the Presbyterian Church foregathered  On account of the long confined dry weather the Company, request the co-operation of its corf  st*mer& in conserving and using  watcx as economically as possible  strictly in accordance with the  regulations. Unless By written  order the following is prohibited  until further notice: Irrigation,  use of washing machines, leaky  pipes, use of water by non'Con-  sumers. For infraction of above  and non-payment of water rates  promptly water will be cut off  without rtdtice and proceedings  taketr.���������Goat Mountain Waterworks Compony, Ltd.  This is the first question that presents itself  to the housewife if an  unexpected visitor drops  in. for a meal. But why "������  worry ?  Hams and Bacon  Finest- Qaaiiiy  Cooked fiam .  I-SW-m^Sjt   It/fg***g  Bologna, &c������  a.re~ always   to   be liad  here.   In meats nothing  quite equals 'Shamrock  products.  P. BURNS  & CO., Ltd.  CR  DAIRY  8 Quarts ..  Per Gallon.  $1.00  45c.  Ai  Fruit Boxes  We would advise placing orders now for  . Fruit Boxes and avoid the rush and  possible disappointment later on.  We will be able to give a very low  price delivered to the orchard, and  will give till Nov. 1 to pay for thew.  *M>,M������  uanyon uny uimoer ifljnpiiy  LIMITED  1. in jllJI.li TO.<mii>JiP>>JWI.|il4l������ll������WIWW���������il !������HE BEYIEVtr. CKESTOX.B. CL  Strange ASpiae rlieiiottieaota  i  W^hy and \Vherefor of ProKititory Laws  noiien. of Fruit Tinges Whol������ Country  YeUoyv H������������>.  A curious Alpine phenomenon isv reported, 3ii different parts of the Canton oe^yaudT, z Whea a stroiiffcwind  ceased _the whole country assumed, a  yellow hue. The Dent Vaulion, 4;S80  feet high, looked like a golden dorae,  and the i'orests Jseei������ed on fire," -while  Lake Joux resembled a sea ot ,cham-  pstgne. The * yellow was caused by  large masses-." of pollen froia fruit  trees, which wv^as ^ blown across-- ther  mountains Imd; 'deposited when the  wind dropped. , 'The peasants call it  "golden rain."  TO THE LITTLE MISS" THIS "FROCK IS,  SURE  lu isiciJFila isi^i^s*.  \  Unquestionably there is a considerable degree of-res.tiveness among people over the enactment and subsequent entorcement of prohibitory laws of:  one kind and another. While this feeling of resentment finds expression  most vigorously in connection with prohibitory liquor laws, there is*an undercurrent of feeling in relation to other matters as well. But do the people^  who so vigorously object to these lepressive laws ever stop to ask themselves  -to what extent they are themselves responsible for their enactment?  Prohibitory laws are alwa>s the result of excessive over-indulgence, a  Jack ot self-control, or sell-denial This statement holds true not only Sn  regard to liquor legislation, but in regaid to practically all laws of a sumptuous charactei. For example, the laws passed prohibiting the killing of  beavei in Canada were rendered necessary because some hunters and trappers  would not deny tleeinselves the pleasuie or profit to be derived front killing  these industrious little workers. Close seasons for duck, prairie chickens,  and ail kinds of game had to be established and are enforced for the same  reason.  Kvery year the newspapets ot this country'are filled with reports of the  destruction of millions oL dollars worth ol" valuable forests, and in the vast  majority of cases these destructive fires are the result of the carelessness  arising out of the lack oi a little selt-denial on the part of someone who would  not take the time or go to the trouble ot properly protecting a campfire, or  who started a fiie Tor fun undei conditions ol" wind or in such close proximity  to bush as to invite a conflagration Some people, too, have a mania for  stripping the bark oft ol birch trees, or otherwise defacing public property  which necessitates the enlorcem-ont ot prohibitory regulations applicable to  ev erybody. ������������������  One or two farmers in a given'community will not exercise the selt-denial,  or take the precautions necessarj, Lo keep their land Iree ftom noxious weeds,  wilri the resu.ii that me whole district is threatened and suffers loss. The  inevitable result is the passage ot laws to compel everybody to destroy weeds.  "Keep off the grass" signs in city parks always cause a feel ing1 orindig-  natiou because it is felt that these grassy spaces should be for the special  use of children on hot summer days. Why, then, are such, signs displayed?  Because people will be selfish. The temperate use of city park spaces would  give them and everybody else real pleasure, but there1 are those who will persist lawmaking beaten tracks across tEiese lawns with, the result that everybody Is prohibited'from walking on the grass. 7   . .  Some people go fishing and havil in everything they can, big and little,  and keep it up. regardless, of their requirements for Seasonable food, with the  result that lakes and streams are fished out. '..IE such, people alone were the  sufferers from sucli wholesale destruction they might well be allowed to suffer  the,penalty of their folly and lack of self-control. But everybodyTsuffers,  and so it becomes.necessary every now and then to nrohibit'fisliing altogether  in such lakes and streams for a few years in orcfer that the stock of fish  may be replenished.  Sunday observance laws are passed so strict in-character as to make that  day one which thousands of people loathe, instead of hailing its coming as 'a  day of joy and gladness. In some respects our Canadian Sunday observance  Jaws are like the blue Jaws of Puritan New England. Yet these laws have  been enacted in order to prevent Sunday becoming even less restful "and  sacred than the other six days oi' the week.  tt was not the moderate drinker, the man who reallv enjoved a glass of  beer as a beverage, who brought about. Prohibition. Such a man was not a  menace to the whole community. It was the man who drank to excess and  in his drunken state was worse than a beast, or an insane man, ill-treating  his family, and disturbing the peace of all, who caused such a revulsion of  public opinion as to lead to" the demand that the sale of intoxicants of all  kinds be rigidly prohibited.  E1 is u law of nature that thf-* innocent must suffer with the guilty It  is a maxim that w~e must make provision in law and in ]aw enforcement which  will result in-the"greatest good io the greatest number. Hence'; the passage  of prohibitory laws for lhe advancement of the public good, and to prohibit  tlie majority from the selfishness and viciousness of the Tew. .       '  Hand in hand wil it The passage of such laws���������and even more important  and lasting In the results to bo achieved���������is the need Tor proper training of  childivn in ihe duties,  ihe obligations, the restrictions involved in  Canadian  When Does Bronchial Trouble  Begin to Get Serious ?  "First It was a little throat tickle,  then a cough which grows severe.  This neglected cough travels down the  lungs, and it's mighty hard to treat.  To -treat throat trouble right, use Catarrhozone. .It heals the sore spots.,  allays "-kritation, eases the cough,  makes hresthing regu!sr, clears cut  the phlegm aad trees the nostrils from  crusts -and accumulations. _ You can  "prevent colds, and keep free from Catarrh and bronchial trouble by frequent ly using Catarrhozone���������-thousands prove_ this every day. Sold  everywhere, two months treatment  $1.00, medium size 50c, small size 25c.  Immigration  for  May  Immigra tion into Canada " for. the  month of May, 1922, totalled 11,1&9,  ot" whom 5,972 were British, 2.S6&  Irom the United States and 2,361" ftom  other countries. "X.~  Separation, But No Alimony  A peaceful, quiet separation, no  damage done, everybody happy again  ���������that's the situation when you  divorce   your  corns.       TCry   Putnam's!  Corn Extractor. '.:'��������� Acts like magic, noj  pain, no failure, success every times  Refuse a substitute -for "Putnam's/**  25c everywhere.^ ''���������   Z:  ���������.'.*'������������������' Experi-enoed %  "TJtie man who gives; in when he i������  . wrong," said  the  street  orator,: "is a  wise man;  but he "who gives in when  He-"is-'right is���������";- ''*. '.-.?.."Z.       --Z  "MarriedI"     said    a  meek  voicev-t-  Passing Show. ���������'.*������  Mothers sometimes find it difficult to please the little miss when selecting clothing for their wardrobe. They feeL quite grown-up at that age a^.d  their ^asteSg-usually run to mode3 that add materially to- their yeafa, .Mother,  ofr-cp-tirse, insists on something useful. ,Here���������is 'a suggestion for ������n;.aft#r-  nooh"frock Vwhich. is~ bound to-be classed as adorable by the -,most: particular  litti'C hiiss. . It is of-brown, crepe de chine, with"ple,ated--flutings ,of xoae.tcrepe,  wti^c^' afford an attractive note of contrast.- Very novel is th^-fea*thep;"girdle.  whieli serves as a distinctive flushing touch.  M  ctti'/.en ship.  of -teaching1 the young to respect  There is need for a revival  the rights and property of other,*!, and the'property ofthe state" which }s'The  property of a������. There is a crying need for the inculcation ofthe principles  of seHVcomrol. self-denial, and a. iruo conception of 1 he-gain to be derived  irom ihf practice of-conservation in the true sense and meaning-of the word  NOW 00 M  WOBK WITii EASE  Because Lydia E. Pinkham's  Vegetable Compound Restored My Health  Cholera infantum is one Ofthe fatal  ailments of childhood. 7 It is a trouble  that comes on suddenly,, /especially  during the summer months and unteg's  prompt action is taken���������. the'-J.ittie' one  may soon be beyond aid. Baby's  Own Tablets are an ideal medicine in  warding off this trouble. They regulate the bowels and sweeten the stomach and thus prevent the dreaded  summer complaints. They are an ab;  solute safe medicine,,; being; guaranteed to contain neither opiates *, nonnarcotics or . other harmful drugi-  They cqtmot possibly do harm-���������ili&jr  always do. good. Tht. Tablets are-  sold by medicine dealers or by mall  ���������at 25 cents a box from The Dr.* WL.1-  .Hams' Medicine Co., Brockville, Ont.:  A Calendar Savings Bank  To encourage the formation of a  daily-savings habit, a neat home calendar^ has been devised which can be  kept at the- proper date only by the  insertion of a coin eacii day, says an  illustrated article in the August issue  of Popular. Mechanics Magazine. A  special slot Is also provided in which  coins may be inserted without affecting the  calendar  numbers..  The     first    .veterinary   school   was  established in 1762 at L.yons. ������  Miller's Worm Powders are sweet  and palatable" to children who'show  no hesitancy in taking?., them.. '.- They  will certainly bring worm troubles..to.  an end. They are a strengthening  and stimulating medicine, correcting  the disorders ot digestion*-that:tlie.;  worms cause and imparting a healthy  tone to the system most- beneficial to  development,    y :;-   :*-,.   %:*.-iy"P" . -'- .  ~L "'""  CASTORIA  For Infants aad Children.      f  1 ro Use For Over 3������ Years  Always bears  the  Signature of -  A Cruise on the Great Lakes  Alberta Coal  Hornell, N. Y. - "I was In bad heal t!a  but there didn 't seem to be any one thing  iWslMffltwMkU       * waa tired out all  '^^^mmmk      over and it was an e������-  I waa irritable an<J  could notBleepnighti  and had trouble with  my bowels and at my  periods. It B-ccmed  thatnearly every ono  around mc knew of  your medicine and  ������������������in11 *,     wanted me to try it, .  pniH't...... .   |fln at last 3 took ��������� th#-r  Lydia 13.  Pinkham's Vegetable Com-  pound Tablet* and Lydia E. Pinkham ru  Blood Medicine and improved every day.  I do all my own work now except tno  waahinRf and do it with ease.    I can accomplish aa much  in  a day now as it  would iaaiV������s tokom rae u wc-ok to do iuat  wintnr asrid I try fcojyofc every one Iknow  Us tako your medfcme to kmild them up,  Vou ar������ wftlcomo to iwo this tetter aa a  testimonial if you like."���������Mrn, CHAft.  Bakki*. 21 ftponcor Ave*,, ITornell, N.Y.  In Jilmoat every neighborhood thoro  are women who Jcraow of the valuo  uf  Lydia  E.   Prnkhmm 'ft- Vegetnbla Compound.    They know hecauwe the  In let*!. M,. ������in<!f liAWi 8wwii holfxul.  iu*i\'t you glvo it tt trial if  Compares Very Favorably With Imported Coal for &er;ithy Purposes  Alter extensive* experiments with  ihe use ol an Alberta coal I'or smithy  purposes, the Industrial Research De-  Piirlmeni of iho IJniverRlly of Alberts  hIhn������s thsit it compares very 1'avornhty  witls tnipoi-red PwniiHylvnnia coal fur  Ibis purposi*.', r;omp:������ratlve rosin were  iniuUr urulor ordinary blucICHmilhy 'con-  ilUlon.H, juid In eluded heating:: woldlnp;  an<! tool-making.' ' In ail these i en I.s  tho renultH libUilnod wiih tho Alboi'ta  c'ohI w**-n*> equally fih c;ooil, if not bel-  >t-r ihriu, Uioso obiaii*r)d Willi Penn-  ssyly;inlii t-.onl.  yifcha'Z, ..linocerasi' '"'/���������e^tin^et:;*' matmrii'al.'  about" the* size of' the elephant, had  the smallest brain on any living  mammal. ���������'��������� -'     ���������������������������-?��������� ���������- ? -'"������������������.  Nothirtg bb  A hi-Si mn    i-enled  ���������<iv������-*ry y������ar itu.  I>r, ...  t>. .KoIIo^k'h  ������n>w  Ki'eaii'i-   and  Good      for     Asthma.  UH   come   and   ro   bul  sales  ol   <ho  oriKlnal  AKthnia    ilemnrly  Krenter.       No   lur-  ���������*viden(;e f>oulil brt ftskeel ol' lis ra-  markabbf merfci. ll j-elieveH. II Ih  nlwity-i-i ,,. Hit- nauic unvarying (jtiality  which thf .Hufterer from hhlluna learns  lo kaiow. J.������o not miff or another at-  .Uf-U. but v,f. ihi-s. Hplcinlbl ritiiicil.v tn-  ���������w1i������ w.  Enjoy to the  Fullest  Extent the Trip  East  The trip to Eastern Canada or the  United S.Latea can be "made doubly en-  joyahle by Including the dellghtTiil  cruise on the Great Lais es-from Fort  William and Port Arthur to Port Mq-  Nicoll or Owen Sound on the Palatial  Canadian Pad tic Steamers "Ke^-  watLn." "Assiniboia," and ���������'Manitoba."  Three sailings a week from Foijt  William and Port Arthur every Wednesday and Saturday to Port Sic*  Nlcoll, where direct connection is  made with special train for Toronti>,  and every Thursday for Owen Sotin.(;t  Tbe Cireiit .Lakes trip Js a delightful  diversion I.o the E������at���������R'eatCuI, cool  and refreshing, ,. Z{  The Ticket Agent o~ lhe Canadian  Pacific will bo pleased Id-give full lb-  fonnrctlon nn to raten, callingR, etc,,  and nr range every detail i'ov art ojv  Joyable I rip. -     7  Q  K  *,.  I  5!  UNLESS you" see the'name'; "Bitfep**'orfi tablets,  are not getting Aspirin at all  it*  "Wiif  Bnchel-or Sentiment  IndiTMl,  l inn  Com! of ('hf*3dr*������u.  in������ri|r-i(B;uiy in (hi- coiirury.  .Shu,  Why :p;n Jiruhirly  w\u*\\ you're  In   t In- f'niml vy']  (IU-      Nr������n  irvli-cii I Him In   I h������ etnin* ry.  When   tln-y nr������������     K|������;i-r>f  (Vronii������ritH.  ��������� " i  W      N  t 1'!0  I  (Vtb������;iiriri������     l~ir\\tn-ant  vwhijr.*!)  for    m,.~U~    t~vt.it).'  No eh I Id Hhnuld be n I lowed lo .milYer  an hour from worin-M when prompt ye-  Hel' nun be got In a Himple but utrong  reuuedy���������-Mother nraven* Worm��������� Exliiv-  m In unj r. , ':  8"i������hm*ch������wan Dairy Products '  AetiordJng to llgurett recently inaCle  public fbe value of dairy jiroduclH In  HnHl<niehewan in 1(121 waa $l������,771,'l:|.r������.  liming lhe year larinera In the prov-  Inc-u Inci-nased their dairy hordn by  5*ft,������)tf)n ruws. , n������pprt flBurcn reached  n new record, a Solttl bC 7.0Rr������,CC2  PkiiikIIh. nt   Imncr ImmvIiiiu; tln-t .pi-u-v^MC'e.  IWInjrd'w Liniment fn.r 'Dandrinff  you  r  ���������i  ,*1  i  Accept  onlj' am  Aspirin,  physicians during 22 ycars and proved safe by millions  ZZ_~j'Z_ ?^ ���������' -:::. ���������    ";-     :.*'' .      -**: ���������Z^'Z';5  unbi'ol-icii   j.M������ckit^c"   of   '"Buyci   Talilctii  <yT  vvhicU contains dircclions ancl close worked out l*\  Colds  Toothache  Earache  Headache'-'7  Neuralgia  Lumbago  Rileu ma ti sin  .Neuritis  ^^Pain, Pain  fi-rvvrrtrH  rthr.  TIa������in!y'(*FSiiy*>r" h(i*v^������ r># 1", t^lilf*" ������������������>Ala-j f������ot*!c*- of 21 nnd HO^*  A������i������lrli������ 1* iho tra������l������ mark': Croiilnleretl In CitrtadaO' t*t' IJaynr Monufuc^iro of Morf������-  ���������iveUvnrWt.'ainsir of t-tiillMltcwctd, Wblla ������t i������ wull'known Hurt AnikUlu incniin lliivw  buusuhi I ti i Unit-, no jHiiUMt Uiu imiIjIK" H-RialiMb ������m<t������11 on������, tl������f< Tnkilcn* i>r  Itn^i-r CdinimMr  win tut -v-unttui mills tiMiir ������*..-i>iu������l  i������*adt������ ������������urjt,  tUts "iitiyi-it Vtitw," *'*'  j  A~.t~.~~~t.Am~~.    I..*  ^L-.Ji^^tii;^^.s'^..-Li^:Ai.^  . ^^Mi^ &y-^iK&UWii^-^ Hfl^iZ**^:*:Z.  ~~mm~m~m THJSt BJEYXEW. CRESTON. 3& fl*  fi  n  ���������VUM. ~B~~tm~~t~mWBm) ^mrm-tW   *W *Q~~tT MBl ^^^^ *"8HEfc ~~__~~-____~rr ^am~~P9~~P \^0\__\W ^e__~W 9_tW~~. y  oar d Plan  Ottawa.���������A* deputation representing-H  Division N,o. 4 Hailway^Employees'  , Department of the-Americaa Federation of Labor, waited upon Premier  King and Minister of Labor'- Murdock,'  and placed belore. them, in words' of  a member,, ol the delegation, "first-  band information as to    the    general  T~>.mm~rmZ~m 'M, 1_ -.  AuSsiEus mWv~~i.  New Proposals  railway situation and the serious  etate oi affairs -.that was- developing  ������wing to the application, of the wage  decreases."  The deputation consisted .of R. _J.  Tailon, Frank , Mcl^enna. - and' Fred  Harrison, ot Division No.' 4, and  James Somervilie and J. A. McClelland/ Vice-Presidents ol" tine International  Machinists' Union. ~"  The representations of: tlie delegation were promised consideration by  the Premier, but no further statement in regard to the interview was  made public. . _    -,  A statement' was, however, issued  hy the Minister ot'_ Labor, "expressing  some satisfaction at the good fortune  which has so far attended Canada in  the railway lahqr controversies prevailing in th'e United States and -Canada, with, the difference that,- whereas  In the UnitetT"S tales* some hundreds of  thousands of workmen" are on strike  and many other thousands are  threatening to cease woi% there is  not in the Dominion a strike growing  out of the-controversies in question.  "The advantage in the Canadian  situation," , said the statement, "is  without doubt due to the wholesome  and beneficial effect ot the Industrial  Disputes Investigation Act, 3 907,  virtues ol which, irf connection with  industrial disputes, have never been  more strikingly illustrated than at- the  present time, when there are eight oi  nine conciliation boards actually sitting or in course ol constitution.  "An aspect of the situation particularly pleasing to the Minister of Labor  !s the disposition shown by both railway companies and railroad workmen  to confefrin, with the requirements of  the statute.: This has" been specially  indicatedv in "the case of the three  United States lines operating' in Canada, namely, the Michigan Central  Railroad, the Pere Marquette "and the  New York Central Railroad. 7Eac������ ������r  ,.- these railways has shops in Canada,  and the roads,,between them, employ  jnany hundreds of workmen. The  workmen are members .of the same  unions which ore on" strike in the  United  States."  Hague     delegates    Suggest    Arrange-  - -      merit for  Payment" of  Debt  The fiaguer^���������The' new proposal" in  connection with compensation lor  confiscated property and' payment, of  the .Russian debt were advanced by  the -Russian delegates at a meeting  with the entire non-Russian commission 'of tbe conference on Russian affairs here.  The Russians suggested an arrangement ,by which Russia would undertake to negotiate directly with foreigners for.the payment of compensation for confiscated property and with  ii bond, holders, lor settlement of the  Russian debt..  .The Russians proposed that all the  delegates,-including'the Russian, submit this ���������project to their respective  governments and await an answer for  one week at The Hague. The Russians for-^the .time being dropped th^  question of credits, as they said The  non-Russians had declined credits. ~ It  was announced .that the'non-Russian  representatives would meet later-to  discuss the proposal.    -  Russia, her representatievs said,  would engage to make arrangements  wirh ioreign claimants within- two  years.  Indic^* t* Aii-Q t?*m*i+ *ty*  "E**    ^   ^ZZ%     ' A.       ___l     * ~~m*d~_. '   '' M-  &~~<~x~- ly JiLUjlis iiuBji t������ ui  All International Debts  Sam Moore, "Editor  and Publisher  The Sun, Swift Current, Sask.  of  _iX.������_  ror Hiccups ana ne&riDiire  Here Is a Good Prescription  JSTothing brings such, satisfactory re-  Liet" as slowly sipping a few drops of  'TSTerviJine" in sweetened'water. Nerviline relieves those conditions that  cause the hiccups, just as it does sour  risings, gas belching and fermentation  in the stomach. Fj>r acute stomach  pains, bloating, nausea and similar-  ills, relv on trusty old Nerviline���������the  true friend of every family. Sold by  all dealers, 35c per bottle.  Farmers Wis In Manitoba  London.���������Statements in the House  o������ .Commons that the British debt to  the United States would certainly be  paid���������and a committee is proceeding  to Washington .to arrange the details  ot time and manner of payments���������are  belieyed here to indicate an early adjustment of the whole matter of international indebtedness.  British officials  declined to  discuss  reports    that    the -German indemnity  is  to be reduced fo fifty billion gold  marks, in return for 'which France is  to    receive - the    cancellation of her  debts to  Britain.   ���������- The    placing    of  Anglo-American     accounts     on  a   definite footing is now intimated.    This  has long been held to be the keystone  of the whoLe financial arch,    so    that  speedy  adjustments   of   other ^ligations may. be expected.     Treasury officials say that numerous solutions of :-  the "Anglo-French  debts    have v been  considered.      One    of    them    contemplates a reduction ot the German obligations    to    ������2,500,000,000, compared  with ������6,600,000,000, which is the present ��������� figure.      They declare that nothing will be done pending the report of  the   reparations   commission.       There  has been no suggestion- that the bank-  -ers3 commission should be reconvened,  they said.  Berlin.  or interests Si: subjects of allied, or associated powers in Germany, be suspended,     -_       .        .   -  ureece again  Meets Payments  Change of Government Caused Lapse  In* Loan Interest  Ottawa.���������Greece, it is understood,  is again meeting interest payments on  the loan of seven and- a half millions  advanced by Canada, in the forms of  credits in' 1919. "When the credits  were first granted, interest payments  were met regularly but, following  governmental "changes ' in Greece,  ! there was a lapse.  Roumania is still in default' in in-,  terest payments on the loan of twenty  millions, -but there Is hope that they  will be met eventually. -On March 31,  1922, Roumania owed to Canada in interest' alone, the sun* of $2,606,652.  Provincial  Give  CATARRHAL DEAFNESS]  ! Is greatly relieved by constitutional treat-  the ! ment.       K-iLVS   CATARRH   MEDICINE  i is a    ron������titutional    remedy.       Catarrhal  Deafness   is  caused   by  an   inflamed  condition of lhe mucous liningr of the Eustachian Tube.      When this tube is inflamed  you  have  a  rumbling sound  oi   irooerfect  hearing,    and    when    it is entirely closed,  I Deaf ness is the result.      Unless    the    in-  1 flammation can  be reduced, your hearing-  may  be  destroyed forever.    HALL'S  CA-  iTARRH   MEDICINE   acts     through      the  I blood on  tlie mucous su������faces of the sys-  i teni.  thus reducing the inflammation and  [assisting Nature in restoring normal contentions.  Circulars  free.        All   Druggists.  F.  J. Cheney  & Co.,  Toledo,   Ohio.  G������nsra! Elections  U.F.A. Majority  Winnipeg.���������With some polls missing in many ot the rural constituencies, which are not expected to alter  the standing materially in any case,  rhe standing of the partieg outside of  Winnipeg is as follows, "the figures  given in each case being the majority  China's Department of Finance Closed  Peking.���������Minister of Finance Tung  Kang closed the doors oLihe Depart-^  ment of Finance with the announcement that they would remain closed  until    tunds    could    be found for the  empty   treasury.     He   predicts   that  ���������As was foreshadowed in its .[-President Li Yuan-Hung's administra-  note to the reparations commission, of  July   31,   applying   for   a   moratorium,  the German Government, ' it    is    announced, lias now  sent a note lo  the :  Allied Governments asking    that    the ]  monthly   reparations   pax meat,   which  hitherto  has  amounled  to   ������2,000,000,  should he reduced to ������500,000 for the  period  ending December 3-1, 15>24.  The    Government    further requests  that during the same period all cash  lion will be^unable  present crisis.   -  to   weather   the  Heavy   Rainfall   irf  Toronto'  Toronto.���������For about two minutes  during a severe, thunderstorm here  records at the meteorological bureati  showed ihat rain fell at the rate of  six inches an hour, a rate equal to almost the most terrific storms in she  tropics. Lightning struck in four  places in Toronto &uring"the storm,-  but no serious damage was reported.  ^Aviator to Attempt pacific Flight. ~\  ;��������� " London.���������^VIajov C. W. F..Morgan,  British- aviator, has cabled ,to the  United States an announcement of his  decision ���������to attempt a.'trans-Pacific*  flight from. San Francisco to Sydney,  New South Wales, for a prize oC ������10,-  000, offered by Thomas H. Ince, of  los. Angeles;,,; Major Morgan says .lie  hopes to leave San Francisco at ' 7  o'clock on the evening .of. October 2  next and arrive in Sydney at 2 o'clock  on October 7, proceeding across the  Pacific: 'hy woy p( Honolulu, Samoa  and the Fiji Islands. 'r  Lord Mountbatten Honored  London.���������It Ih announced that Lord  Louis Mount bad on, who became the  liuHband of Miss Edwlna Ashley*,'has  heen created a Knight Commander o~  the Vie I or ian Order. Lord Louis was  aide 1o the Prince oi' Wales "on. Ihe ro-  een I. tou r,  *������i^^^fe^#*NS  Her Two  Children  Had Diarrhoea  Terribly Bad  Anyone suffering from bowel complaints such as ..diarrhoea, -.dysentry,  colic, cholera, cholera, morbus, cholera  infantum; or any other looseness of  the bowels..will find that Dr. Fowler's  Extract of Wild -Strawberry -will give  <pricker and Cmqre? permanent' relief.  than any other remedy on the market  today.  Mrs. Roy Keith, Charlton,, Ont,  writes:���������"I , am- writing" to tell you  what Dr. Fowler's Extract of Wild  Strawberry did for me. Last summer  my children had diarrhoea, terribly  bad, and they would vomit and,pass a,  great deal of hlood. I tried every  remedy we could think of, but finally  bought a bottle of Dr. Fowler's Extract of Wild Strawberry, and about  one-half of it stopped the diarrhoea  nHogether. I liaVe told several others  about it, and I would not "bo without  it-in ibe house, ns I can. truth fully :say  it saved the-lives of my two children."  Price, S0c a bottle; put up only by  The T. Milburn' Co., Limited, Toronto,  Ont.   * *    -.mm-.''.  In the Stripe(TlfycM������&\  ��������� ��������� * ��������� : ���������  i WW.   wn.  *i~b~m.~~~k-  BISCUIT  TODAY  Norman Lambert Resigns  Giving  of  HOHTH-WEST HISCWVCGWPAKY i-?������  N. .IT.  Up .Post of Secretary  Agricultural Council  Winnipeg.���������-The resignation of Norman I*. Lambert lirom the poHt'ot  Secretary Canadian Council of Agriculture will be presented'to the council nt n meeting In Winnipeg; about  the end of this month, It Js stilted  here. Mr, Lumbert hr to tnl<e nn  executive position with the Mafilp  Leaf Milling Company If i���������������.learned,  Mr. Lambert, n former Toronto newn-  papermim, Iiuh taken a very acllwu  part. In ������he work of lhe eounell duiinR  recent ye������TK.  of  the   successful   candidate   over  ! opponent  if  in  a  t-sro-candidate "fight,  or over his" nearest opponent in three  or lour cornered contests:  Farmers���������24 *  Arthur****���������D. L. McLeod,  366.   ���������    "'  Beautiful- Plains���������Geo. Little, 600.  '  Birtle���������W. J^JShorfct,  414.  Carillon���������A. Prelontaine, 402.  Deioraine-r-D.  S.  McLeod, 2~~J.  Dufferin���������Wm.  Brown, 133. -  Fisher���������M. V. Bachynsky, 245.  Gilbert  Plains���������A." D.   Berry,  56������.  Gladstone���������A.  McGregor, 837.  1-Jamoita��������� T."w Wolstenholme,  408.   .  Iberville���������A. R. Bovin, 398.  Killarney���������A.  35.   Epstei",  214.    :  Lakeside��������� D.  K.  Campbell,"^07; 7  vLa Verandrye���������P. lA. Talbot, 361.      '  Manitou���������G-0 Compton,   3l.   ���������    \.  Minnedosa���������Neil Cameron, SO0.  Morris���������W. P.. Clubb, 500.    7,  Mountain���������Chas. Canuon, 558.  Norfolk���������J. Muirhead, 151..   *r  Rockwood���������W. C. McKinnell ,650.  Russell���������L B. Grimths, 397,  Springfield���������C.   Barclay.   182.   .  Swan River���������Tl. W. Emmond,. 3,308,  V.mlen���������IL H. Mooney, 6S0.*,.  Liberals���������5  Daupliin���������A. E. Esplin, 64.  Fairfoj-d���������A., W. Klrvart,  332. *:' .  Cllenwood--ji W. Breakey] 522;    ���������  Lansdowne���������Hon. T. C, Norris, -163.  *   St. George���������S. Sigfussen, 567.  Conservatives���������4  Morden-Rhineland   ���������   J.    Kennedy,  330. :   "**'*'������������������   '   ���������  Portage     la    Pnilrie-*��������� Miljor* F.*  G.  Taylor, 138, ..     "���������;.  .-Roblln���������F. Y. Newton, 5.  Turtle.Mountain���������R, G. Willis, 321.  Independents���������7  Brandon*���������Dr. J. H. Ed mis on,- 3,217.  Cypt-ess���������W, Vf. Splnks, 45.  Emcrron    D,  YnkimSsehak, ,f393. ;  Glmli���������M, Rojosltl, 4(JO. ':.; ZlZZj i.  ~ St. Boniface���������J. Dernier,  842,   ^      .'  St, Clements���������J, A. Duush, 483.  St. Ropc���������J.  ITitmlln, 873.  his I Payments ,o\   compensation respecting  damage inflicted upon property rights  Steam Pipes on U.S. Warship Explode  Port      Angeles,      Wn. ��������� Exploding  steam   pipes  on  the   battleship,   New  Voik,    flagship    of    the Pacifie fleetN_  scalded one man, rendered  12 others  unconscious and nearly caused a collision   between   the   flagship  and  ther  destroyer, McDermet, as the fleet -was  returning     to     this     port  from  manoeuvres .  Had Your Iron Today?  ���������  ��������� ,    Latoor���������2  Assiniboia���������W. D. Bnyley, 868.  3-tildou-SI.,   Andrews���������D.   A.   Tanner,  4ii~..  , ......  Deferred���������31  The Pns, Ruperts" Land, and Kthel-  bert,  , *. tr..j  Buy lroni  town.  to r-r.lronisc some jnflusLry,  lhe merelianlia in your own  Saw Fly  DamaalnQ, Crops  Brandon.���������Wheat ������tem .saw    fly    :1s  -ihunugihg   the   eropfl  In   the   Douglns  ������������*4*������t*tv****,   n-r'tintttifr   \n     ���������������������������������������>pnvl*      frrtui  there.      Tlie    extent    of the danmge  cannot yet he asuea tstlned.  Not Digestion  HERE'S an ideaMiot-wejither  luncheon!  Two packages luscious Little Sun-  Maid Raisins��������� one cool glass of  milk. Big men don't need more. '<'���������  i 290 calories of energizing -riutri-  ment inthe little raisins; Pure fruit  sugar,_practical3y preditjested so it  acts almost immediately^ yet doesn't  tax digestion and thus heat the blood.  f   There^s fatigue -resi sting fooct- iron  ,    also in this lunch.  .;-"!*. > Vital men eat like thi9 and resist  -''"''���������'" the weather.  Don't work their digestion, because they want tb work thcir  brains. -   ���������  m.  *    Try it foi* it few days and you'll/  ���������..    ''feci better,  Between-Meal Raisins  5c Eversrwhere  .:i~   ���������  ���������iii JLittle Red Packages  ^m^m^^'^^^'^'  pzzm;0zpm$m^ ^fe^frqfl^  W-  r  ^BCEESTCR   ItKVIEW  ,-������  *.^ ;  "'������ '���������  ?:.- -  P ���������  PRICES A  BKj MONEY-SAVERS  IP:  P 1  MONEY-SAVING OPPORTUNITIES are a feature of all our sales but seldom are they so extraordinary as during this sale.    Autiimii is just ahead  of us and with stocks very large in many of the seasonable lines, ifc's necessary to make deep price cuts in order to get stocks down td their  normal level.     This we are doing.      Profit is absolutely forgdtfcen on many lines, and in some,instances, cost is lost sight of.      Clearance is "  the slogan���������and to bring things down quickly EVERYTHING IN THE STORE IS REDUCED. _  '  \.  Sale starts Saturday, Aug. 5th, and Closes Saturday, Aug. 19th.  AH Sale Prices are Spot Cash  S������ap,.S  Sunlight or Royal Grown Soaps,  reg. 35c; sal e 3 carton 8 for,-.,..  Old Dutcfc   Cleanser,   reg.   15c.;..  sale 2 for . _.-.:.���������.  Royal Crown Powdered Amonia,  vn~t.iv,    TKr������. ������i>la S4   "Trxm - - .  -"-���������ra'     ���������*������������������"*     *4.-X*0    ���������       -^r. ,  Snap Hand  Cleaner, reg.. 215c. a  a tin; sale 2 for .���������._..-  .90.  .25  .35'  .35  Straw Hats      ~~    jr 4  Peanut Straw Hats  to clear at half  price.  .   Men's   Gh'.p   Straws,   one-third   off  regular prices. ���������?���������-.-  ���������* __ Men's Panamas to clear at half-price*. *-:  Boys* Wear  Boys'Zipmierknit Summer Cotton Jerseys, reg, 7564, sale!   Boys' Rock Rib Hose, size 8, reg.  60l*3 SHI������ 2r**!ii������'s fi-yt.   ma  fi-SAy*  .50  ������3  Other si^es nt different prices.  .Bainbow   Knitting   Yarn,   rgg?  25e; sale 3 for  1������������������  Coats' Mercerized Crochet Got-  " toni reg. 16c; sale 2 for. .   Costs' White and Black Thread,  (    reg. 2 for 15c* salfe 4 for.:   Ribbon at half price.  .50  .25  .25  MEN'S and BOYS? SHOES  Now is. the time to buy Shoes. During Jbhijs sale we .will make the  public understand they buy better Shoes at this time, ofj the year than  any other ...  Men's Black Box Kip Bluchers, tbe well-known Ames-Holden line, reg.  7*50;   to clearut ~������������������_..  ,���������..������������������_���������.���������-._. .������������������_..$ 5.05  Men's Mahogany Laced Bals, medium pointed toe, reg. 7.50;  sale ���������   6.25  Men's Mahogany Bluchers with box toes, reg. 7.50; sale.. .;._.������������������1���������..������   6.00  ...    .   ���������    ..    ^������.     , v., , --���������r. -rv..*..  -~.-^, J"s--"i Dointed toe?.  5.50  4.75  3.95  5.25  5.25  2.85  1.S5  1.85  3.35  3.25  1.25  .1  Mien's Beatty Brand Mahogany Laced Bals, with medium pointed toe?,  to clear at���������  reg. 0.00;  Men's Laced Mahogany with medium pointed toes. reg. 7:50; to clear at..  Men's Black Blucher with box toes, reg. 5.75;  to clear at.. ~^~-'  Men's Tan Acton Work Shoes, a good shoe for fall wear, reg. 6.25; sale..  Men's High Top Work Shoes, just, a few pairs left, reg. 7.50;  sale ,   Men's Canvas Shoes with leather sole and heel, in Jbrowis and white, reg.  3.50; sale very special ... ...���������.___.,.j������������������_.. __.__ ~. _..  .Men's Fleetfoot.Lakeside Bals with heel and robber soles, leg  2.65; sale..  Men'sAthietic Balmorals, no heels, veg. 2.00; sale i: : ~......   Boys' Chronae Tan Bluchers, reg, 4.50; sale... ~~..~.T ��������� _ ���������...._  Boys' Mahogany Bluchers, reg. 4.50; sale...:������������������ __.......���������.���������. ..._.'.���������..���������..._  Boys* Tennis Shoes, reg. 1,75 arid 1.00; to clear aJ_~.~.-Z~~...~~Z~. ~u~.~��������� Z~~.���������i.  SEALERS SPECIALLY PRI#D  ,  Wq*are forgetting profits in  clearing  these Sealers, at this pride.  They must and will go.    We clean up in this  way   each season.    The  wise buyers will pick these off fast, so come early to be sure o������ yours.  25 Cents  Each parcel contains a number  and those drawing the lucky  numbers are entitled to: 1.  Fair Men's Shoes. -2. Cream  and Sugar Sefe 3- Aluminum  Fry   Pan. 4. Crushed   Silver  Bon Bon Dish. "7  Kiddy Alls,  ���������* * -.       ' ',    -\��������� i  Khaki,  trimmed  with   red and blue,  reg. 1. 35 and 1.45; to clear at 95c.  GROCERY SPECIALS  Everyone who wants their dollars to do double duty should take  advantage of the3e special offerings in Groceries without delay for values, are without question the biggest vve Jhave ever offered, and every -  thing included is seasonable ancl suited to your immediate needs.  GEM���������Pints reg. doz. 1.50; sale..$ 1.25  Quarts, ���������������' 2.00; saleJ L75  J Gals,      "       2.50; sale-    2.25  PERFECT SE AL���������  -���������*���������&"���������?���������>  Pints, reg. dojs.-iv.75; saIe...-._$ 1.50  Quarts - 2.35; sale���������.l:. 1.95  J Gals.        "       3.25; sale..'.    2.95  UUS ALL MAK&&L* UUWW  Money saving days are these���������days that will bring scores of women into this store to see theVeconomy of buying generously of these  staple goods, and prices are a fourth, a third, and sometimes half of  what they originally were, and all _these lines were very reasonable  priced. Since theBe reductions have been made values are nothing  short of extraordinary.  Men's  Blue Ribbon Tea, reg. 65c; sale  2 lbs for PZ. $ 1.15  Coffee. Chase  & Sanborn's, reg.  70c; sale 2 lbs.- for ���������...:     1.25  Mawson's Old  Drury Tea,  reg.  75e;  sale 3 lbs. for     1.95  Clark's Tomato Soim* reg. I5n; to  clear at 4 for; .-          45  Tomatoes; reg. 2J������;  sale 4 for. :.       90  Peas reg. 25;   sale 4 for . .. .     85  Corn, reg. 25; sale 5. for ��������� .    1.00  Shredded Wheat, tree. 20c;  sale  8 &��������������� . ;..,;.���������:..���������; ..:,.-..������������������ .. .���������_���������*������������������    50  Puffed Rice. reg. 20e; sale 3 for. 50  Puffed Wlieat^reg. 20c; $for.        50  Com Flakes, reg, :15c; sale 9 for���������    1.00  Post Toasties, reg. 15c; 9 for 1,00  Samsay's Family ������}ndas, reg. 35c;  sale, pkg. I j__ .:         25  Ripe. 6 lbs for        50  Lard���������Carsten's 2plb. pails   reg.   ���������  65c;   sale cs        55  Lard���������Carsten's 5-lb.   pail,   i-eg.  1.25; sale..:     1.10  Syrup���������Rogers,   reg. 65c; . sale,  5 lb. pail .;���������._���������        55  Syrub���������Rogers,   reg1.  1.25; sale,  iOJb paii������������������ PP..;....i.00~P: - 1 00  JHaian ce of Groceries-10% off      v  during sale.  ATCHLESS SHIRT PRICES -  The sale you have been waiting, for is here���������clearing many lines of  the most Reasonable and desirable goods on which former prices and  special prices are abruptly swept outside and forgotten.  PRINTS���������Light and dark  patterns- reg. 30c; very  special at��������� ��������� 22\c  White Cotton reg 30c; sale 8 .20  Unbleached Cotton, reg. 25c; stile     .25  White Flannelette, reg. 25c; sale  2 yds . ._..     .35  Grey Flannelette, reg. 30c; sale 2  yds-       .45  Striped Flannelette, reg. 25c. sale  2 yards      .85.  .25  Large Bath  Towels, size  24x46- reg.2.00; sale-I.3S  Turkish Towelling, reg. 25c; sale  2 yards for  .?.   Glass Towelling, reg. 15c; sale 3  yards for :.; ���������    Striped Towels, veg.  $1.35   and  1.50; to clear at   .  Large Face   Towels, reg. $1.25;  .30  .95  .85  Reg. 1.50;   Sale 95c.  Boys' Cotton Bathing  Suits..''.-  Reg. 1.15; Sale 75c.   >  2 in I White Liqaid Shoe  Palish, reg. 20c;, ���������x Sale  2 for 2Sc~  W&. JE������k ff-CBl-a*     mTm^^L.ffm B M savf JO^ w*t%. y*.������      \f ������.i -B j y^.^ll  Here are just a few of the bargains in all parts of the store. They  tell but a small part of the reductions that have been made. And remember that everything offered is taken right ont of our regular  stocks���������the beat we could buy, marked down to these prices simply to  effect a complete clearance.  WORK SHIRTS  Blue.. Chambray    -Shirts,.. "reg.  $1.50;   sale ������������������.. $1.15  Light Blue Shirts, reg. 1.50; sale - .05  Railroad Blue Shirts, reg.   1.85;  sale ~~.0^~L~-,.  ..���������. ...s���������    1/25  Khaki Shirts, reg. $I.o5; saie....u:. 1.25  Dark Grey   Flannelette   Shirts.  regl $2.00;  sale���������..:._.......���������.........    1.35  Khaki   Flannelette Shirts,  reg.  $1.85; sale.���������....���������......���������_._. ,.,���������...    1.25  Dress   ShtrtsTaU patterns.   -  sixes 14% to 17. reg. 2.25;  very special at-���������: ; -��������� 1.85  Balance of   Shirts,   reg. 2.50   lines  to  clear at One-Third off.  Sport   Shirts  Third off.  tri* ^Clear    *att     One-  BQYS SHIRTS,  all colors, reg.  1.25; sale.1    _^._.:.__._~_  ,S5  5 gallon can   Neverfnil   Coil  Tins, reg. 3.00; sale..:..   Oil  .. $1.1)5  Wash Tubs, reg. 2.50; sale    1.A5  <inlvanized Pails, 10 quarts, reg.  t5tM3 f       BO.mGmm--.m~m.mmm.-., 11 * *,mmmm--mmn m ��������� . .    ���������������  .60  12-aaart Re- Tinned Pails-  rcg. l.OO;  sale   75  14-quart Atlantic brand Gal van*  ized Pails, reg. 1.25; sale....      .00  Wire Screen,. the  new   32-inoh    s  closed mesh kind<  reg. 60c.  per yard; to clear at T     ,d-5  Alttminumware and  Enamelware  20% off.  No other store oan approach these values. In fact'for this event  the Ym*-~t lifted are uold for leus fcliuri retail shops uauailv pay for theirs,  and you are absolutely positive there ib no sacrifice of quality.  Leather Goods  Set Single Driving  Etarnesa,   regular  price $42.50;   slightly  used,  very  special at $B1.5Q< *    '"  1 Saddle, used slightly, reg. 35.00;  sale $27.50.  Riding Bridle, reg. 7*50; sale $5 00.  Gloves & Gauntlets  An opportunity to seoure Gloves  of genuine quality   and   worth   at  prices  that will  appeal-to buyers  who shop carefully.  Gloves and Gauntlets, priced  from 1.50 to 2.00;  to clear  at, per pair...-~......~ z~-.    85c  Auto Gloves, only a few pairs  left, reg.. 3.75 per . pair; to  ciear at.   . $2.05  Othor Gloves   at  gioatly   reduced  prlceB. ^      ���������  BLUE^ STRIPED OVERALLS ^1,4^  Some lines at half, some lines at less than   half, ^}*i\ many ^>]rtl������eni  marked at but a fraction of regular worth.    We^  reduce our stock of these and  every garment now   in stook^ rieceiVes a  price that will take it away. ������������������/������������������-   -7 ...  EXTlL4SPECL4L~-Mer-'s Bke Striped Me&as Mechanic Over- \  .   , alls, large end roomy, reg. 1.85;  Sale.....--...-..- ......0...-.Z. ...0... $1A9  Khah5 Pattta. reg. 2.76; sale.......... $2.25  Blue Plants, reg. 2.25; sale. .^._   1.65  Blue Pants, reg, 2.50; sale.    1.85  Men's Khaki Combinations,  reg. 3.75; to clear at....��������� 2.95  Oi-ey Cottonude Pants, reg. 2.35;  8M.|e������*...*���������*���������-*���������**-.���������    *mmmm������mm������mmm  ������������������....M������..    .���������.-���������������*���������.������.   '        'J. MKr9  Boys' Overalls ^tnd Pan ts to clear nt  20 per certt.'off regular prices^ '  DISHES AT YOUR OWN PRICE  .*,''. ; ���������     ; ��������� tr  Genuine bargains in high olass merchandise. Not junk". Every  regular price quoted is this year's price, not war prices. To be impressed with these genuine bargains  we ask you for  a peraorml inspeotion.  CLOVER LEAF CUPS & SAUCERS, reg. 3.75 do*.; Sale ��������� ~$2.8S  Plain White CupB and Saucers,j  reg. -8/. 00 per a oz.; sale'. ..... $2.45  Balance of Dishes at 25 per cent,  off retafl prices/  JUGS���������The old blue and  white  ������������������pattern,   pint size,; reg.  25c;  akie      Quart stew, reg. 40o; sale   .35  .25  A Une  of Men's Hose, ranging from  50c. to $1 per pair; to  clear  at 3 palta for...    ���������. $1.00  Men's Bilk Hoho. reg. 81.00; sale  2 pairs -,  :    Men'n Cashmere Ho������e. reg. 75c;  1.25  to cl-ear n.1 2 pi.h-~������.  Lit.  Iff en's Mechanic Hose,   reg.  25c;  Sale 3 pairs for   ���������-���������.   50c  Men's Heavy  Wool and Cotton  Hobo,  priced   ranging   from  . 40c. to mm:, a pair; to clear at  35 palro tor  .,,.  3.003  MEN'S SILK TIES- reg. 1.00 to LTS;    to clear at 7Sc.  Underwear  and  Men's Pftni������an*8  No,   7J,   Wool  Cotton, medium weight, reg.  #2.50 per suiftj sale  $1.05  Mon's  Ziimiierkiut   Balbriggan  Shirts    and  Drawers,   reg. '  $1.80 per emit; anle......     1.25  Men*K Athletic Cp>eiuhlttii)u8Jo3i Urii-  derwenr, reg, 81.50; sale 05  Men's Athletic Combination Un-  dor wear, reg, 01.75; sale���������......   1.25  Berry Sets, reg. 2.75; to clear at.,   1.05  RELIABLE LADIES' HOSIERY  ���������i~. - .'' ' * '  This big event is taking the town by storm, just when our  Hobioryr1s at its finest. Buying Hosiers through tlie advantages offerer!  by this sale is now the urgent duty of the ladies,* far  only once yearly  aro reductions as radical and values so pronounced.  SILK HOSE, good quality, reg. L 73>;    Sale  9Sc  LaULob' Hea ther Wool IJose, ������������������eg.   .  ^1,75? sale ....... .......���������..   1.25  We have a .few linen of Girls* Hoio  going at half price.  Block Hose, reg. 4Sc., at 2 pairs 60c  Ladies'    Circle  Hose, reg. i,  Bur    Cashmere  I $ Bale 2 pairs........ $1.85  Ladies' Sbui-lingBrand Silk Hose,  navy, btvivyn and black, reg.  $1.25; sale ���������..     .85  MEN'S DRESS PANTS in large sizes at One-Thirdt Off  FISHING TACKLE and POCKET KNiVESyat 10% Off  '.-   WHIPS, reg. SOc. to 1.00; your choice at 30c. each  B wk-0 W~\   " /wk w0~ jW-s, w  m nfflf n9| J^^^^^^^H^^ iBBr          ^0B~\w                        A~~~                    ^HT  ��������� ^������ ^^R| jflf                    kKhL ^mw                wmm .iiwIktiL..             ������~~~r  M y ^SHfc. -ffl                      ~4~lmimmlm\m* V                          W jPJiffli||ilB^^  BSB8BBH  ITiMB-IHilUMBI

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