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Creston Review Jul 21, 1922

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 *P125  l r  *    I-...  -~1 *' /  TWIEW  trJBim-*^& " *J������Sis*a������3Ls^S ��������� ���������  Yoi. XIV.  CRESTON, B. C?,<ftRH)AY,   JU3LY 21, 1922  Bonner's FeVry.  for Creston  Pitying at top. form   in   eyery-department, and with the able Assistance  Creston put the gaane on ice In the  seventh  ^yhen font*   runners   crossed  |7a������V ftfv- CvAe-tan   the Pat1<    McKelyey   agkin    figuring  ������^*������y,.^Or ^r������S>MMl. prominentiy  in   the   delivery of  the  rnns.   Long reached  first when   the  shorstop Juggled    the   hit  just   long  rnough to allow the runner to arrive  ~ 0... v   w      -v .mm .    ' ���������**.     rt safely.    Mitchell beat' but a bunt down  of Mitehelt and'Mickens, fche Wardner- ���������������,. .������������������,.,.   ���������   .  .     .  ,   .. -.      .      .    ,   .   .       -m^     ,    .   tlrsfc base line, and  two runners were  Atkinson, 2b .5  Mickens,' c :~..5-  McKelvey, lb 4  Blenmenauer, ss.-.**4 ���������*,*���������.  T^Qliris������������tQ.        8*^ .,��������� ---... ^^  -xj*-~mm--*j~->f^*r-**Mt    *sA-������*.-������-s-  Chamberlain,3b.���������5 0  Heathersfaaw.ss 5 0  Rohlf   cf -..A 0  Hydron, c 4 0  JSveretts, 2b_         4 0  M^Dansaro,. Ib 4 0  Pefcrsow. VL-^-p^APjO  ���������^cmim^^~zp~:z:zt \ * x. ���������  Creston.  zzzm  battery, Creston had no trouble whatever in putting over a 0 to 1 victory  on the crack Bonners Perry ' baseball  team at Exhibition Park before^ the  biggest crowd that ever saw a-Sunday  game in Creston.  Mitchell's twirling was ppstively the  best ever seep here his showing of 13  strikeouts against the h������?avy hitting  visitors being a record that will' not be  -xmm-xm. ��������� l'S ��������� Zt    & __.-,��������� ."���������> * 1_>      _     *"  *** -  m *���������*���������*  vacucaicu mv*.' ouuio    blBUV  ' III   bllC   JVOOIr  enay. Mickens gave -him stellar Btip-  port behind the bat, and in the field  the work of the locals was so uniform-  0*m.m  ly good that it would be unfair to go  into details oi the defensive effort of  the homesters.  At run getting^ McKelvey was particularly efficient, his three and two  ply clouts being responsible for four of  the nine runs registered. Atkinson  also did timely "work with the bat,  "While Long's work both scoiingyand  at third base was another outstanding  feature., Telford, who pas&imed in the  left.fi.eld, showed that he was jusi. as  much at home outsrgardening- as behind bhe padand mask.  The visitors' downfall was in some  considerable measure uueio the ragged  work of the infield, both the third and  first^ basemen being away off their  usual stride. Peterson gave the best  exhibition of left fielding ever seen on  these grounds, and had the rest of the  inner defense worked as consistently  as Eyeretts the score would have been  much closer. -��������� Collins two base driye  into left field was the feature of the  Bonners battm������s v^hieh accounted5 for  Ai^^SM* ^������?^!l^^M;3lje*-:jc^Qe  fram^;-\ ',;.. ZZ.. Z ��������� '������������������.-J^'***.���������'- _JL* *,**.. ���������*.*-->  : looK^i^^ _ _  :. yft&^iZyyi^^  . .'righ^*;'iB^^o^^^pnf't^' /fecond^^^ep  Heatherahaw hit a fast one to Mitch  ell thatthe pitcher hMted but bfefore  Atkinson could get his hands On: it  botla rttnn ers were Baife. Heathershaw  followe*Avith adlnky flV that Atkin  son made a grand try for but was inches sh ort of getting under and the  bases were ���������y loaded. The; cfpwd  breathed easy when Rholf struck put;  Hydron was hit by a pitched- jfciall.  forcing in Walser with the one counter, and with the bases sti!! -filled--'Ever-'  ett hot into a spectacular double play  Blenmenauer to Atkinson 'to McKelvey and the side was retired.  Creston started in at the scoring  right from the opening stanza. After  Telford had gone out on an infield^ roller shortstop to first, Long drew uTpass,  nnd a few seconds later completed the  circuit on Mitchell's triple to left. Ho  never got. home, however ns Atkinson went out shortstop to fir at, and  Mickens struck out after an effort to  snore his battery mate on the squeeze  play���������liis otherwise perfect bunt rolling foul alonfi; third base line by hard*  lv three Inches. '        ���������"   ���������  . .  Long was responsible also for. the  tdlyjn third. He reached flrst on  Heathershawa temporary fumble of a  drive to ijhorfc; and teached second  while Mitehall was being thrown out  at first, coming, homo on Atkinson's  smash into tho right garden. Atkinson howovdr died at the Initial sack as  Mickens pop ilicd to Wnlser, and Mc-  Kolyey was out shortstop to first. " ���������"  In, the ''fifth Grcntan added thrco  more, Telfoi-d nnd Long were both  lucky tn putting short rollers down  third base line that Chamberlain  coulcl nob rench in time thus filling  first nnd secondt Mitchell, however*  retired on throe swats nt tfyo atmoB-  phore, hut Atkinson filled the Backs  ���������whet* ho oittsprinted a slow otto along  first base path. Things looked blue  whon Mlckeps also retired.by the  strikeout route, but Walser mider-  cst? minted McKelvey whon ho grooved  ono to the first baseman'** exact taste  and who showed his appreciation of  th������f offering by clouting It to left field  scoring Telford, Long, and Atkinson.  I>1!^<41ii-Mtukiiiit^H foewt, ii-ow-eyer wan a  drive to Evcretto who promptly threw  him out ut firot.  on the paths.' Atkinson rose to the  occasion by smiting out a two ply  swat that scored Long and put ten-  anis oa third.aud second. Mickens  struei out, and when McKelvey earns  up to the plate the crowd demanded a  repeat of his timely triple in the fifth.  In his eagerness not to please McKelvey Walser shot oyer one So wide  that it got by-Hydron and Mitchell  sprinted home.- The play,dazed Walser so badly that he put the next one  fair over and McKelyey lammed it for  a double to left, that sent Atkinson  "S T~ . m-  home. Bleumenauer's out short to  Jbhivd enabled McKelvey to reach third  and he raced home when Walser jugg-  gled Romano's pop fly and dropped it.  Telford..ended the session with a fly to  left which ' Peterson nabbed. The  players and box score:  CBPSTON  ab: &. H  Telford, lf : .5  Longr 3b J5  ,miichf;t>i, p..'. 5  1  4  " j. -  a  o  l  0  t\  rs  1  0  "2  3  0  2  0  AX  V  ft  P.O. A.  "1���������0  1  1  4  13  6  0  AX  V  -I  2  i  4  1  0  2  -tm  tt-  Q.  0  0  1  0  0  1;  G  n  41   9     8     27   10   2  BONNERS PEKKY  AB. RP H, P������J.  0  0  1  1  0  ts  vj  J  .71:  ,1.  0  0  0  9  0  12  &���������'  1  A.  1  5  0  I  5  0  0  0  :-lr  B.  2  1  o  1  0  '. 2  o:  o  In addition- bo liis.shoe repair work  and ranching op4*fations, John Joy has  just taken on thej job off nigh watch at  the C.P.R. bridge.?  t Mrs. G-. F. SniiLh left on Sunday for  Silverton, an d wi>| spend the next six  weeks withfriends in the Slocan.  Miss Connie' AJfcpartby left a few  days ago for Edge^vood, to jwhidh she  had been~called oil professional work.  iTrank Palmer ^lfeft a feW- da ys .ago  for the; Peace River country, to look  after his. stock ahd farm interests at  Pou-ce Coupe..; ^Bfetwjll iikely be away  about a month.   ~-   -  : Saturday witnessed the start of the  cucumber and pepper shipping season,  the.Long:ISanch,being the first to export the former, jwjhiiie Mr. Kichardson  'was there with';:!,the"'first crate of  peppers.''1. " "*.'  The fortnlghttv English Church service t^t tbe schoolhouse, which was  withdrawn at the^nd of June, will  not be resumed.until the first Sunday  in September.   -   'j--^ .        - -  The export of summer cabbikge from  the Fraseii,'-rancher -has been under  way since the ^'middle of last week,  with Tuesday hrefikihg- all- the export  records when abont������ ton and a half of  it wept east tri Cirpw line customers.  The hard ~tssB~-~sis'_ r������ad will be built  into Erickson .depot ihislfall for certain, and jupstltkely the whoie Ioiep  will be completed before 'the roadmak-  ing machinery is movedout next year.  This is the announcement made- by  Engineer BiUBs^ who was here on  an official, visit Friday. A, steam road  roller to replace ~the .gasoline machine  is on way here froSn the Cariboo district, and -on -itsc^arrival it will -be  worke4;do\ible3������bwt=r4f~ necessary, i<j  complete the station road" by the fls*st  of October. " '.  Miss Williams of Cranbrook is here  on -a visit to '-Miss Laura Andeen. and  Miss Mildred Andeen with Master  Bobbie Johnson are guests of Mrs.  JouumOVi iti, Moyie.  Mr. and Mrs. Hunt and Clara are at  the ranch at Erickson this week.  Mrs. Byiander of Buffi River is a  Kitchener visitor at present, the guest  of Mrs. Molander.  Mr. Schonnert has just finished the  contract he had with the Sash & Door  Company for taking out a quantity of  75-foot piling.  Ga.njf&n  Books for Flower <  Show Winners  Miss Olsen of Spokane, who' has  been here on & visit to her father, Eric  Olsen, returned afc the end of the  week.  Mrs. Weatherhead  with friends at Yahk  week.  was   a.   visitor  a, ftw daysjast  Miss Qarter of Calgary, Alta.. is a  visitorfhere at present with her aunt,  Mrs'. Geo. Strong.  Norman Strong; who has been at  Wasa for the past three months.where  ho-\x7n cT'WWkir.'lr-fmitf-r    nc   agxt.tx..    art   t In*-*, bcmv.  -~-J       ���������   ���������,���������       .0   -rm-.���������f^ x-xr      *= ._������.=_..      ~ ~r x.-t-j ��������� -=   "  mill returned home a few days ago.  Grover Kifer left on Thursday last  for Montana, where he will spend  some time on a visit to his brother.  Bob.  C. Cleave :s taking a short enforced  vacation at^present. While engaged  at forest fire operations last week a  boulder that casu������, roiling down .the  At the Women's Institute meeting  held 'on Friday night prizes were  awarded in order of merit to some of  r  the winners at the ' flower show in  May last. The department of agriculture had sent five i56oks for this  purpose, and they were awarded as  fallows*  1. Mrs. Edmondson, who gained  five firsts and two seconds. 2. Mrj?.  Bennett, with two firsts. 3. Mrs. Bb*-  uutt, Mrs. Lyne- and- Mrs. Linn, each  with two seconds. - Those who havie  not reciyed their books can get the  same if they will call at the library on  Saturday afternoon.  Mrs. Lyne read a paper dealing with  the Mother's Pension. Act, and Mrs.  Garland gave* a Veport of the Health  Conference.'' whtcfar  she   attended   in  ?elson the latter part -of June,  wenty delegates were present. Addresses were given on child hygiene,  the diet and care, of the school child,  hygiene of schools ahd school grounds,  and social hygiene. -   .   '   '  The provincial council of- child wel-  fareis-forsnsn������" iocs! councils' Britifrl^  .Columbia being into four districts.  The Kootenay:, and Boundary council  of child hygiene is headed .-*hy-.;M<rs.  ���������Rtttherfo2*3. of l^elsos,. as "���������^r&sideni's  and Mrs. Garland of Cresto^e^yice-  president.  Mrs. .Boyer of Willow Point gave a  short address on behalf of the Society  for the p Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, and urged the schools starting  sn'.zSt?.  ^.'rf&'^S  301-  40x;  Wla:  ,1  3$������*  030  _  ,_ WH>  hree base hits--^r������IcKelvev and Mifc������  chelli- Two base hits���������MeKTelvey, Atkinson ^ 'Collins. Hit by ^pitche���������  Mitchell 2. Struck out:, : Wiiser 8.  Mitchell 13. -Left on bases: -Bonners  Ee������ry 8 Creston ,12^' t)ouhle -playr���������  Bleunienauer to Atkinson to McKelvy.  The umpiring- was done by Mr.  Wiljiams of Bpn.nersand F. V. Staples  and barring an occasional complaint  on balls and strikes their work was  eminently BatisfacfcptyiaH round.,.s  West Gresfon  West Creston is q[uibe the fayorite!  fishing place in tbe Valley, and excellent catches <jf rainbow and char are  still beiri& made at Summit Creek,  while the b������������?,ffl������hinB.3n the Kootenay  was never better.  \ Ferryman Lockhead and helper  have been busy the past few days putting a sheeting of tin on the sides of  the scow in order to protect it from  damage from the floating rice.  Mr. Blair was here at the end'of the  week making an inspection of the hay  crop on the Keclamabion Farm, and  from present appearances cutting will  start about the middle of August.  Stephens brothers are busy with  haying operations on the Seymour  place, und are certainly earning their  keep by the sweat of the brow operating. urmBtrong fashion these nice  sunny days.  Up to the present this seotion has  been v entirely free of^foreBt fires, but  with six weeks of. summer still to  corao wo nro not yet out of danger.  W. Ramsay, tho public works engineer, of Nelson, was hero on Saturday making an inspection of bhe ferrv  and nrranginR for the putting In of a  new bridge to replace the ono at Nick's  Island, which floated away in tills  year's high water. The now structure  will be of piling and built too withstand these annual floods.  P. "Burns *~~ Co. have opened a con-  siderabl existed abbatolr nt. Grand  IWk������ t..u~ wiii make that town a distributing cehtro for the meat trade In  I to Trail and Bo&Bland.  .-rA serious looking forest fire is racing atiout^ three miles up Goat Rive'r  and with ; Mr. Davis absent. Caffrt.  Eorrester is in charge of the crew of  ;about 45 men who are . fighting the  :flaiines."~  At the annual school meeting on'  July 8th E. McGonegal was elected-to  the trustee vacancy, and along weth  B. Johnson and G. A. Hunt will cofai-  prtae this year's board. j . .  ��������� l The Paulson Mason mill was due; to  Tstfirb this week but th;.s has been iku-  possible as all their men are busy fire  fighting- The Sash & Door Company  are also hiring a crew and will open  their sawmill again in a few dajys.  Kitchener Timber Company opjer-  ation6 at present are confined to glutting out a large number of poles.    ]  Mr. and Mrs. Howard, Mr. and Mrs.  Abar and E. McGonegal Wero nt Cries  ton on Sunday for tlie ball gume.    j  G. A. Hunt has just completed  quite a large contract for post's for fche  C.P.R. ���������/    ,1  Birth���������At St. Eugene Hospital!  Cranbrook,   a  daughter to   Mr* iind  Mrs,. Schonnert. .  ���������    ,.'.'.[  Miss Esther Erickson Is a yisftor  with Spokane friends this week.  mountain struck him pn the knee put- bands of merdy.  ting him  temporarily^ out. of com mis-[    Tea  and   light   refreshments   were  served after thejpaeeting had adjourned, the tea hostesses being Mesdames  Jiis. .Johnston,   Leaman  sion. ^  Most ofthe men who have: .Been on  ferred tn Kitchetie������ on ^LopAnyt*---^^  . bad. blaze is raging near that town at  present; . .'    ^  Harry Whifce.'Tvho ^Jhas resided* 'at  ITahk ior the past three years, is back  to Canyon again* and wiii have charge  of the portable sawmill Canyon City  Lumber Company. Ltd., is putting in  near Camp 3. . Mrs. White is afc present stopping with Mrs.   We ther head.  The trustees are' calling for bids on  the work nf painting the, interior of  the old school building and kalpprning  the basement.  The continued hob dry weather is  shortening np the raspberry crop, and  unless rain hits us this week the Crop  will not be move than half of last year,  Quite a large crew of men are now  at work on the CP.R. bridge ab the  Canyon, putting in new steel and concrete abutraei|ts>at both  ends,of the  structure.  .g-Jfohnsop,  -andr'Iiyn5BV"  Card of Thanks  and Mrs.  J,  H. Webster tuke  opportunity   to    exprens   their  appreciation of the kihdiy help and  all the other tokens of goodwill shown  Mr.  this  them following Mrs. WebBter'a  dent and her stay in hospital.  accl-  Have YOU Done  Your Dttty to  Yourself and  fir n*--*' ..        .. ���������! * ,  a  Your ramily!  Join the Crestoii a,nd  Distriot Fifteen Hundred  '���������   Club I v.: !:���������.-'  tFtemrl application to Heeretary,  GreatoniB.O. /    ' ���������    '  Listerites in Police Court  In some rneasui e it was a case of  wh-en the wine's, In the wit's out thvt  landed Peter McKay of Linter in tho  police court on Thursday hist on a  charge of assault on! A, II. Wb6b of  the sumo settlement. It would appear  that McKay is amongst those Inclined  tn ohonv bad temper toward the other  Ltsberttes who have signed the ugree>  ment with the L.S.B.. and that while  tinder the influence of too much liquid  Scotch on tho Tuesday he used considerable strong language toward Webb  and a coiiplo of other residents, rounding out The ttrado liy landing a couple  of blov.-a oil Webb's nnatomy, FVorlm  nttfceiy tho pair were ������epar������tert or proceedings would have been further enlivened. In consenting to the withdrawal of tho charge Magistrate Mallandaine tn very plain terms Informed  thai any further occurrences of the  sort would be severely dealt with, iu-  marking that bhe stale of affairs that.,  apparently, existed nt Uster toiliiy  wan anything but creditable amongst  men, all of whom had served overs-raw.  The committee in charge are preparing ^f or a good, delegation from other  points in the Valley at the dance in.  the schoolhouse on Saturday, July  29th, the entire procec-ds of which go  to the MerviUe settlement benefit  fund.  Jack Johnston, Jack Burgess and  Joe McGee were here from the Contin -  ental mine, where they are employed,  for a w^ek-end vi<it.  Mrs. Dave Chalmers and daughter,  Margaret, are Trail visitors this week.  Miss Annie Chalmers, who has been  attending Cranbrook high school, is  home for the holidays.  Miss Anderson is the guest of. her  sister, Mrs. Iftowbury>. en route from  the east to her home at the coast.  Provincial bee > inspector ���������* Sheppnrd  of Nelson was here oh an ofiflcial inspection visit last week. and.after a  careful Ipok over all the Lister apnir-  ies states that foul brood is well under  control.  ��������� ���������' i.  A meeting a������f the school district will  be held shortly to fill vacancies on the  bcfeird caused by the death of Mr.  Brain, the resignation of Mr. Atkins,  while Mrs. Millington's term has expired.  A meeting of the residents was held  on Monday under the auspices ofthe  United Farmeiw. to devise whj's iiml  means of furnishing assistance to the  MerviUe settlerg. most of whom have  just lost their homes and effects ns  welt as farm flock in a forest fire thitt  devastated the Meryillearealitst week.  President P������wei-������ occupied the  chair, and there was quite a good  turnout. Pi-evident Bell of the  G.W.V.A. pledged the full support of  that organization to any work that  was undin-tastep. and it was finally decided Ui have a dance in the school-  houwe on Rnlurdny "Uifight, Jttly 'ifllb,  and a committee censintlug of Mrs.  Powers, nnd Messrs, Hell, Dnmlmtd  and Jack Finiay wais namned to nuike  all aifungementts. The best ponnil������l<i  music will be ������u>ciu-i'cl and excellent  refreshments, and u high clasa time in  assured all wh������������ a������t<enel.  'J'he itaXian brasM ivttui   ������it   i rail   in  outof Ltii-InesB because it has no one  to play thc baus and Siarltonc hi������i������ktt. W*������UMW*l*������S������A^  3/52^*fc������������6���������KTSi������ai^*=*.  "=rrrr**^l  T3BDE. XUSVTETf,. CKESTON. B. ���������L  %���������  mmtrtm.  I  a v&  uaim i wwa & u *\f~~~.~.\i  Impossible to properly treat Catarrh  in the,jiose or throat by'������������������dosing the  stomach. To rid the system of Catarrh, send the healing vapor ot Catarrhozone alter the germs?, and you  accomplish- real results. When, you  inhale the rich piney essence ol: Catarrhozone and get. its healing* "balsams'"'-'circulating all through the  breath ing organs, the cough is eased,  sneezing stops, the nostrils-are cleared the "throat is healed and free from  discharge. If you want permanent  ���������relief "from Catarrh, irritable throat.  Bronchitis, use Catarrhozone several  times every day. Sale jtnd sure. Two  months treatment One "Dollar, small  size 50c. All dealers or The Catarrhozone Co., Montreal.  r  .Y  CANADA  BY  1 :,  SI/IN OB. MARSDEN ,ELrIOT  Published  by   Special  Arrangement  with  Lhe Author  ���������dairying activities are principally confined to -drinking unlimited 'quantities  of buttermilk and making the fresh  butter into little cakes for the table.  To do the latter I use a,wopden mould  on which is carved a sheaf* ol wheat���������  I have not had so good a time since I  used to make mud pies. _  " 1 always did love to-- putter around  in the kitchen, so on Saturday I was  able to Win more laurels by_ making  some real English pastry and two trig  pans of toffee. -Of course I burned  my _arm on the oven door, and the kitchen .table'-was a sight to behold when  i finished; but ��������� my guardian-angel  must have taken a course in Domestic  Science at some time. Each of my  ventures has proved successful." I  try to look as if such a result is quite  what I expected: I am not going to  admit that I am not always so- lucky.  For amusement Gypsy and I weed  the onion bed, hunt for wild strawberries, and last/fbut not least* amusing,  go to the hen-h6tise to look for eggs,  Gypsy has a genuine Red-Riding-  /Kood basket which she has used to  carry eggs in ever since she was big  enough to hold it. -'I use the pocket  of a big gingham apron. I had a  thrilling experience the very first .day  was raised to go to church behind a  pair of decent horses, an* I can't bring  myself to countenance them noisy  things."  So the poor;.young man had to discuss crops, and theology - witb his orthodox "parishioners, while "the candle  to which he played moth so transparently wasted her sweetness on m'e.  There's a mixed metaphor for youJ  when    we    reached    the house we"  found  the   verandah  occupied   by the  entire  staff of  the  Union . Bank.      In  case you  may fear that there  would  not be dinner enough to go around, I  -fasten to add that the entire staff consists of two young men who describe -  themselves as "Teller Up" and "Ledger Down."      Teller Up, who figures on  the letter-heads as -manager, is a nice  Irish boy answering to the delightful  name    of    Dennis    O'Hara.      Ledger  Down is a Canadian, Jack Milne; he is  a medical student antf is working, his-'  way through ;col lege without .any ap-^  parent injui-y .to either his. health or  -fris  spirits.   .Twelve, of ns  sat down,  to dinner���������-not quite a" regiment, but a  very fair beginning for one.  Mr. Thompson had to" leave us immediately after dinner in order to. con-1  *r '  (Continued)  -   Vllf.  Fiske Farm, Elba,  June 2&th, 19���������  Jt is a week to-day since 1 came  here, and 1 can truly say that I am  having a "real good time."  troubles are that I want to eat everything in sight, and that 1 am too  sleepy by hall-past, nine to do any  writing. Aly early sleepiness is the  direct result of early rising. *iie day  begins for us at the barbarous hour  o!' five-ihirty, except on wash-das',  when we celebrate by making it five  o'clock sharp!  I hope you remark the editorial  "we."' I am beginning to feel as if I  had a part interest-in the !'arm,;for in  accordance with my wish, I am not  being used .as a visitor but as one of  ihe family.  On     Monday    we    wash.; and make  bread.      Tuesday, we iron, and..make  butter.      Wednesday is a "slack"' day.  Thursday,  we   make  bread.    ��������� Friday,  we make- buffer, and sweep and  dust  the whole house.       Saturday, we  pre--  pare for Sunday-���������that means that wer  bake pies and  cake enough to feed  a  regiment.  I'or the  Fiskes    keep    open  house on  Sunday.  Like the comic supplement orator,  I can point with pride to my share* in  eath of these tasks. Mrs. Fiske.  model housewife that she is, went so  iixr as to tell her husband that she  never saw another English girl who  was "so  handy3"  I helped with lh*e washing, and today I covered myself Avith glory by  honing some beautiful embroidery as  well as Mrs. Fiske herself could have  done it.  On churning day 1 haunt the dairy,  ft jov(?ly coal stone building with an  e;-.rt.ht*n Horn1. [ turned the churn  for a while, but found the task rather  too strenuous, to please    me,    so    my  1 had found six eggs, and as I went tp i  take the seventh, out of a nest a miserable old suffragette Qew off the  perch, and, screaming ; "Help! Robbers!! Police! !*!" landed- almost on  top of m'e.' 'Of course I jumped, and  dropped the eggs, which made themselves into an y. Impromptu- omelet.  And Gypsy, all this time, was leaning  against the door, and* laughing until  the tears rolled down her cheeks.  She has such a jolly, gurgling "laugh,  the sort one hears from a well-fed  baby.    ���������-��������� "'���������'-  - Then we visit the horses regularly,-  and the calves, and. the pigs. Mr.  Fiske has eight teams of farm horses  My "only and a carriage'team. The latter are  bronchoes, "Imp" and "Pixie." Mr,  Fiske bought them from my late  coachman Mr.. Livingstone, and they  are branded with the mark "B,"  which is read "Bar B."  The menagerie is completed."by two  Got No Sleep  Bui nrnv iKe n-nml'h lias -gone,  the pains have erased, the neivous  cy-f.tem it rcrtto're-cl and the writer  ..{ this \fXU'. pay* a grateful tribute  lc jhe mccfiscine which made  him  Mr. John Woodward. P.T.O.,  Lucan. Onl.������ writes;  "ll pivrr  rrvr much pleasure lo recosn-  nwrid   Dr. Chase's  rr<r*di<*in<*������!,  ei.jw.-c.ia I ly  l.h-e N-rrvr Fo������*cIi.    I ssiut, ������ sufferer- f*t������Hn  rieuritis  {at   i.cveral   yearn,  and  Hied  all  tin<l*!   <A   it.vtsf���������*-**"..  >rt  rirver  ir<m<e<I ..to  pet  any Lriitr.     AI  last  my  nervun  and  v-diole     c> intern     wrnxd     lo     Rive     way  thrciUfth   not   hcfin-R  able  lo   jjel  tiny   re*������l  **r fittp i.\ niyj'i (������- fr>r fmiim, which. jn������w.lfy  f*.t\ fei t.-Vt- m* m n\) p������ri������ of ll;������- lin������b<  ������������n(*l  lr<*t.     My  rn-rm  would twitch  rill  my wlwlf.  brrly  would ir-rm In jerk rifl^r  i������p   ut*    I    lay    in    i *-������!.      AJrr������ri*il   ������l    lite  j .������.������r<t iii tit-i.\j hit, I ilr.'ulr.d 1 -would g*:|.  r .       r * **      t < *f ���������       i * ���������  .     .     v- .  r  i .    '   -,iJi    *     i  . - .  . i     ir.-.,    ���������..,.;.:    :.    ��������� ���������*. ��������� ���������***"  n*rir) i.{\rr ������.-vEtinip; iwnly hci-t*r I rrflia-vt  my r.i: If Ahrin-.l normal ������{j*in. T alio ~a.t,.  ���������i* bm r������F Dr. Chfti/-V K irlriey-l.,ivi*r P'illn  im ttttnti. nn������S ifor ihr pn*t y*nr I ������*tn������  1<j rrij^y triy 'tiniial brAfib,"  Dr, ChaseV. Nervr Foorl, SOr.  ������'������ \'(>y., ."dl rSealerr;, of Rdhnrw-nftt-n.,  Bal*".'; &. Co., I.Jmifec!, Toronto.  ���������0-vm,  W,    N.     V.     iWH  and a ���������mongrel bull-terrier "Cop," and  numerous "cats. ,     r  On - Saturday,   after  my  toffee   had  cooled,   Mrs.   Fiske   and   Gypsy   and   I.  took a pan of it and went across the  fields   to   call   on   John  Fiske,  Junior,  his wife,  and. most  important of all,  John    Fiske    the Third.      This young  man is two plus ,and when I.made his  acquaintance he was elad in blue overalls and a hat the exact miniature of  the   one   usually   worn  by  his   grandfather.       Young   Mrs.   Fiske   is   very  nice, and her home, to my mind, is in  its simplicity.-and  good taste  greatly  to be. preferred lo the parental mansion.       The house is   small, but r do  not believe that one could find a ribbon bow., in-it if one looked from cellar to--attic       it' r were  to  marry   a  farmer   (the  prayers of  the congregation are desired���������for the    farmer),    I  should    wish   mv   home    to    be    like  "Firsiholme."  I do not think that I have mentioned before that the original Fjske  house is still in existence. It is very  small, built of logs, and white-washed,  and with its unirimmed rose-bushes  and vines it looks like the enchanted  house in a  fairy-tale.  "Most of the folks around uses  their old houses for a "granary or a  hen-house, but 1 couldn't bring myself  10 spoil the,place me an' John fixed up  when " we were young," said Mrs.  Fiske, almost apologetically as she  poiisted it out to me. There is evidently a strain of sentiment in her.  Sunday morning we went to the  Methodist service, which is held in  the nearest school. Gypsy, Fred and  1 wens in the motor-car, and Mr. and  Mrs. Fiske drove Imp and Pixie.  The school was well filled and the  people were very reverent,, tnit I  missed the proper atmosphere. Perhaps we Churehpeople are too depend"  ���������S^it'cn atmosphere���������but how is one to  apjirecisne propertly a sermon on the  Prodigal Son when from, the blaek-  \ board behind the preacher one can  1-^5.(1 -this problem?���������  "A monkey climbs a pole ten feet  hijili ai lhe rate of two feel; a minute,  Bm. ior each two feet he climbs he  t-'.lips buck one foot. l-.low long will  it  take-   him  to  reach   the   top of the  JiOlP';"  The r-rr.aclKM- was a thooloRlcnl Hindi-nt, very nru?;h in earnest, hut very  ycuuhiful. And to din respectful me,  hi- lyvovi-r-?-.' war v*p*ry much like thut  of Un- above-inenlEeined monkey; he  kept clipping back from secondly to  firmly, and from thirdly to secondly,  in h mors* distracting manner. But  J jniisi  nol   rrli.icixe.-  XIr. und Mr*, Finke, Junior, were  i-A church, also the lift I-a hoy, John  ih������- Third KCHndfl'llHftd Ihe Htaid mem-  b(-rs of the congregsttlon by a vnliant  cnilcHvour lo join Irk the singing���������be-  tw������*i*n '<-i>f'(-, Ami during ii long  jjiavr-r hf j><(| iiwny from hla mother  and   hurried   acr-uns   the   room   lo   1������H  | grandJ'athr-r, in wIjohc arms he Hlt������pt  all ihrough ihn sermon. He bus  diiins' won mv heart. One of his funny  HirJe rrido- Ih a noriiplcte ellsregprd  oz   til >*���������!,���������:    t   ;iin   ni imply   "Ml lot,"  Tlie voijliu'ul clerlr, Mr, ThompHon,  (���������::.:?-.i i-.innf. io dlnnnr with ufi, m. "did  1"* ".'.);-. a ���������?-���������'��������� Hr! lo v,'liom Frt>(\ Ih  t-Tii'-r.pt'i). Mr. TiiompHoii iimutie'd me  ?jy ',,<;,���������; t j -uii' itfound: the trt^toricnr in a  '. eii HUHjih-loiiH irt.mnnpi' when he mine  <Mil or clnirr'ii: 1hi1 Mrii Finite intM Tier  own 'orifei't U.n lit Hie i-**H|>e<:t due I.o  ���������'N������<* eioih," jiimI ������l������e JriHlHled ihul lie  ftii.iiMl dilie wiih ht-r nnd Mr. I'Mnke,  "I ttoti't t|������j������|< ||'h t>eeomlrig for a  t.-iiriMiu to ,>o f.MUWnK iiroiilid vv 11 In the  ,v������i'H*f������g 'iitt'.-'. r������r������ n Kiiriflny, ei*.|ie������*l������lly In  i   r>ra������'   hi   i,iiiin   .MiioH,"   r.iie   i-ijiid   sti   iit**.  I "tl il haul m,   way, the cur would never  Jl  coin.**,  out ir.   i he  ,i:-*HJ.i|;e out Bttl-iday,     I  duct afternoon service at . another  "station." ^Teller Up and Ledger  Down���������whom I ��������� feel like calling  Tweed!edum ahd "Tweedl edee���������helpe.d  Gypsy and me to -ivash the dishes,  and when that was done we went for  a long walk, coming home just in time  to have an early tea before going into  Elba for. Evensong at  StT George's^  It was good to see Mr. Hartford and  Mrs. Mills .again���������I co\mt them old  friends. And this time I cannot complain of a lack of church atmosphere.  On the whole, Sunday at the Fiske  farm was a pleasant and not wholly  -unprofitable day.   -  In reviewing my various duties I  forgot to mention partieularly the  'Latin lessons which I give to Gypsy  whenever and-wherever we can find a  place for them. I am Learning more  than I teach, for Gypsy has an orig-'  inal mind> Our favourite classroom  is the hayloft^ and: the scent of the  hay .issvist*.be.;."iaeSa'eri2jg. to the orgas."  The first day: vve studied there the  matter-of-fact~ Gypsy waxed confidential and told me her troubles quite  freely. It appea'rs that she failed in  Latin in her -Jfiatrieulation exams.,  and therefore she has to write a supplementary exam, in September before she caii go on with the next  term's work. ,  "What's tlie,".,..use of me learning  Latin?" she objected vigorously. "It  wouid be more to the point if somebody would teach me to talk good  English.      I    care  a lot of rules when you_^.hear them  broken.jevery day oi" your life. I don't  say 'I done It' and ' I seen it,' but if  by any ehance I use the proper pronoun in one of those awkward .sentences it is so unusual that it does not  sound" right. I nearly cried for joy  the day I came to the place in West's  Grammar where it says, 'We learn to  sp^ak   and write   correctly  by mixing ,  Prize Winning Dairy Herd  C.P.H. Dairy, Herd at Strathm-orfe  s aks  First  Prize f^>i"  Whole  of  Cana-da  The dairy herd of lhe Canadian Pacific Railway P.t St rath more has been.  awarded   first prize  for  the  whole  of  witt~wefi^ducaTedWVe^^ tor "January, in the J'our-year-  well-written books.' ft is stjch a | old -class for milk production, accord-  comforting, explanation. Now," I have 1 ing to a return recently wade bv the  the best father an<3 the best mother j Nattonal Record Office. Second  in the world, but a polite biographer  would  say  that their  early  education  had been neglected.      There is" a girl  x a- ��������� ,pass   *,a':. 'srammar j in  ota. class who teaches  during-the  exam, and get.lairly good marks, but ! *  when I have to write an essay. I am  all at sea. I read a story once about  a young than who didn't know how to  use a finger-bowl or a pronoun/ and  that's Gypsy Fiske right down to the  ground. ' Of ..course finger-bowls are  not what you would catL common in  these parts, but it's pretty hard to get  along without pronouns. And believe me,  it's not much use  to know  Refreshes Weary JZyes  When your eyes feel "dull  and heavy, use Murine. It instantly relieves that tired fe-elinc  ���������makes them clear, bright and  ���������paikling Harmless. Sold and  recommended by aU  druKSists.  *?nm  IN Em*  EVES  holidays^ and wears shabby clothes,  and trims her own hats; but I'd give  half iny allowance to be able: to talk  and write like she -does, just^b^catase  her people always have knownhow to  do things. Now let's have another.  try a_t that last verb:"  (To be continued)  place was also secured in the mature  cow class, and sixth* place Ifi the two-  year-old class. -All the -cows are-  purebred If ol steins.  A Point in   Doubt  "Leonidas," said Mrs. Me'elctqh.      "I  must give you credit for    one    thing.  *En all oui- married life you have never  spoken an unkind word to me."  "No.      Henrietta:"  "And what I'm wondering is whether to< give.you credit for a lovely disposition  or mere lack of courage."  YARMOUTH,^N.S.  The Original and Only Genuine  Beware of Imitations sold ������ri" the  merits of v  MINARD'S MNIMENT  mtrm i.r,.*Z  TJvS  ^5t?  :--P?j  -!  -^  -/*?.  ���������i'J^ir  ,,, .*..-,,  z>--  '?-'J~  PiPZ  y  '"���������*:���������?���������'  f.r  z^-W  'yr:  y&  ���������".j5,*;V  lz  :..;:f.K  f-'i  'y^y-  \t-ryZ~Z  ���������VV  V-tv;'.,  ZyA--  ^iyZ^y  'PZ  l.-.'-l *L'l*.  Zp  ���������ZPP  -ZZ'  i'ZZZy*  ���������'Z'i'A.  IP  rzz  :lZ  ZZ-.  ';i'?W.  ZfZ  p.~yyZZ~  'y. -^'Z  '";:,���������;  :^Zp.  miEi REVIEW, CILSSTON, B. G>  p  aaid bee������ baking powder  fo produce.lieo&ueje. 61- ;������he purity  &nd high Qudtiyol1 -fbe: in^redjenra-  of rn^gic 'B&king"* cPowder ife  leavening   Qu&lif iee>r&re > perfect  "&nd it b therefore economical  ew.gillett comeanV liBited  Winnipeg       TORONTO. CAWAJDA.;    Montreal  T~T~^t!%v wm   ������a * ir������.wvmi-f3a.ti^in  BRIEFLY TOLD  ,.q n ct-tv  l-lv  Western Ontario's, oldest resident,  Michael Egan, died at Lucan. Ont., in  his I08th year.  A '���������number of London, Eng., firms  have definitely decided tp undertake  the employment of a certain percentage of disabled ex-service men. Thirty  thousand firms originally agreed to  cooperate tn this regard, but only ,  12,000 renewed their pledge. Five  hundred firms have    definitely    wiih-  t-tt-a xirr*  Speaking in the Australian House  of Representatives, says a Reuter dispatch Irom Melbourne,- Hon. Walker  Massey Greene, Minister of Customs.  said Australia's representation at the  Biitish Empire Exhibition in London  In 1921 woiild cost   ������200,000.  The Moscow Soviet Government is  inaugurating an export tariff which  wilL be highest on livestock and fur  And lowest on timber and tar. Oil,  ore and metal scraps will be free  from duty. Export oi rare antiques  is prohibited and there is a temporary "embargo on exports'of'foodstuffs.  The Imperial ^Institute. Advisory  -Committee on, Timbers,. which > is. in-  ���������quiring into" the possibility" of extending the .use of-timber from-The overseas dominions in Great Britain, has  drawn the attention of tha*"Board of  Works "to the value ol" the  Columbia Douglas fir, spruce and hem  lock for constructional, purposes.  Liverpol   is   expending   nearly. ,������l,-_  000,000 on dock extensions, according  to information available; in London.  At the FVieburg; residenee of thei  owner of the Rathenau niurder car the  police- seized, two minenwerl'ers, six  heavy and four light machine guns;  thirty boxes of ammunition and telephone appliance, all concealed in a  bricked-up recess. ���������  Scotch Settlers Arrive  -  Eighty    Scot+isli    famiei _       arrived at ISegina under, the auspice  oi" the Canadian Pacific Railway. All  are experienced agriculturists, and  will take up farms in Western Canada. - '  - Miller's Wdrm Powders act" mildly  and without injury -to the child., and  Uiere can be no doubt ol their deadly  effect upon worms. -1 They have been  in successful use for a long time and  are recognized  as a  leading prepara  tion  for  .i  purpose.  They    have  the  proves their power in numberless  cases and have given relief" to rnany  children, who, but for the good offices  of    this    compound, vfould  have continued we?.!c and enfeebled.  Pope   Has 35 Secretaries  pliVcLiS      35CI6iaLi*c������   &.������.<������  required to deal with the correspondence of the Pope.  More than" 23 per cent, of the total  area of British India is covered by  forests.  CATARRHAL DEAFNESS  is greatly relieved hy constitutional treatment. HALL'S CATAEEH MEDICINE  is -a ronstsiLiLional rcm-edy. Catarrhal  r>eafness is caused by an inflamed -condition of the mucous linitig: of the Eustachian Tube. When this tube is inflamed  you lm\e a rumbling���������sound or imperfect  hesirins. and when it is entirely closed,  Deafness is the result. Unless the inflammation can be-*reduced, your hearing  xruiy be destroyed forever. HALL'S CA-  -T>RRH MEDICINE acts through the  blood on the mucous suifaces of the system, thus ieducing the inflammation and  assisting Nature in restoring normaE conditions.  Circulars  free.       All  Druggists.  J?. J. Chejiey~& Co., .Toledo,  Ohio.  RED. JiOT JULY DAYS  HARD ON THE BABY  July���������the month of oppressive  heat; red hot days and sweltering  nights'; is extremely hard -on little  ones. Diarrhoea, dysentery, colic and  cholera infantum carry off thousands  ot precious little lives every summer.  TKe mother must he constantly on her  guard to prevent these troubles or if  they come on suddenly to fight them.  jjy������ other med-icine is of such aid to  mothers during the hot summer as is  Baby's Own Tablets. They regulate  the bowels and stomach, and an occasional dose given to the well child  will prevent summer c-Qinp taint, or af  the trouble does come on suddenly  will banish it. - The Tablets are sold  by nuedicine deal eft or by mail at 25  cents a box Irom The Br. Williams  Medicine Co., Brockville, Ont.  Ft. fe WW - S.S"  ���������Ml Al* 1!I  iMLIbJ  PS MIL  '   Aft  BJ?  Sleeps  The Reasbn  Teacher.���������"What      beautiful'  The little Miss of today just loves  to feel grown "up, and here is a dres������  especially designed to satisfy thi->  longing. It is of jade green duvet_vn  over a slip of pearl gray crepe de  chine. The high collar and the tightly buttoned cuffs give this little model  the "grown-up" effect so much desired by the little ladies.  He Now Eats Better,  Better, Works Better, and  Feels Better Since Taa!ac  Ended Ills Stomach Trouble, Declares A. J. Shorter.  "Tanlac put me in such good shape  a year ago f have been feeling fine  ever since," said A. J. Shorter, 5^5  Victor St., Winnipeg, Man., a well-  known machinist for the CuaiJua  National Railway.  . "Abouc tEtree years ago 1 had a  nervous breakdown thai kept m-i ~a  bed flat on my back for six weeks aad  it left ine in such bad shape that E  wasn't the same man u.i alt. I was  so nervous and restless I could scoxc->-  iy sleep a wink. :My appetite w.j-i  poor- may tood gave" me little nourish  ment- and I was ia a badly run down  condition.        - ' *  "Tanlac started helping me right off  the a-eel and now I eat better, work  better, get plenty of sleep and just  feel great. If anybody has "a right  to recommend^ Tanlac I certainly i  have.*'  Tanlac is sold by alf good druggists.--  Securing Farm  Help  During the month  of May approsi-  ���������mately 5,000 men and women were  given employment through the offices  of the Saskatchewan Government Employment Bureaux. Ot" this number  2,885   were   farm workers   and others  The  Height of Formality  "SpiiSns I& the most henpecked man  in the world."  ^ 7"H*6w come?"  '���������His wife makes him put on evening clothes to sit home and listen to  a radio concert.!*���������Buffalo Ssaress.  railwaymen,   builders,  casual laborers.  domestics   ami  Whether the corn be of old or new  clean f growth,   ir must   yield   to  Hollo way's  ! hands  you   have.  Tommy.       Just   tell  the class how you got them so" clean."  Tommy       (sulkily).���������"My      mother  made   me  wash   the   breakfast  dishes  th is  morning.''  '���������Stage" people regard it as unlucky  *o leave soap behind in their dressing room when on tour. -  British I-     For    Rheumatic    Pains.���������The pains  j and aches ot Sciatica and Rheumatism  should   be   treated   with   Dr.~~ Thortas'  Eclectrie " Oil.    . The  -ssppthing"    and  liealing properties of this^iamous remedy have been demonstrated for filty  years?_ Use i t al so for inflammatory  pains, cuts, scratches* ������������������ bruises and  sprains,! either in human beings or the  lower animals. , , , ^  '-��������� -y: Spanish:;'l5o*ctorSviRi3brly  Paid  ';���������  Physicians in Spain are by ; ino  means well;paid, and they are expected to attend the poorer classes without any charge at all. ���������    _      Zi-i  Dust Causes Asthma. Even-a little  speck too small to see -will leadT'to  agonies which no -words cart* describe^  Th.ejw.alls of the hreathing tubes contract and it seems as it' the very life  must pass. -From this condition Dr.  J. D. Kellogg's Asthma. Remedy brings  the user to perfect rest. It relieves  .the passages and normal breathing is  firml-y established again. Hundreds  of' testimonials received annually  prove its effectiveness.  Some    people's    excuse for making  bad breaks is that it is" never too Jate*  to mend. '.-.-������������������'  Minard's Liniment for-Burnis,'-etc.  About 250 tons of honey are being  produced annually in South Africa.  Corn Remover.  t~7~^  Yoa   arA  ane  A  e x. p e rimenv  -.lag    when  Bag sn   a ou   use  t)r.  ment for Eczema and Skiti Errlfcv-  Hons. It relieves at once and gr.ulu-  aUy hcaJs the skin. SampLe bos Ur.  Chas-ft's Ointment fceo it you mention thi*  paper aad *seud2c. stamp forpo.sttge. GOc. a  box: all dealers or Edmasis-ja, Bd.te*,& Co..  Ximite-a, Toroato.       , . -  MONEY ORDERS  West Growing More FSax  Acreage N������arly Three Times that of  Other Years  The acreage devoted tp fiax in the  western provinces this year is estimated io be nearly three times that of  other years with excellent prospects  for a heavy yield. Government figures this spring indicated a world  shortage of available ftax^seed to the  extent of 27,000,000 bushels, and .together with the price prevailing farmers are expecting a handsome'., revenue. -���������-'������������������  Minard's Liniment ftelheves Neuralgia  Circle Tours Through the  Canadian Pacific Rockies  Retntt lay  Dominion  Ktpres-*  Money   Order.  I������  lost  or  stolen,  you  get  your  -money  "back.  ^Tl5i^*,l^tf^"tfTl"    iiHi"fl*    "tf-fl^     IP 1"^ ������^.    ^r^'|"i"'fl JT*������5s  m^T m-Jm-'jBr.M.    m-JM.     J~.Bt.~~,     CL-JLJL^*'    ^LJ'JL.h.JBl.^<,^-c<V  this food helps  EXPLORERS and hunters hove taken Grape~  Nuts as one ol thetr principal foods���������bemuse  Grape-Nuts   contains   much   nourishment   in  small bulk. .. .*r  Office workers find that a breakfast or lunch of  Grape-Nuts is much better for them than a hcftfvyy  starchy meal���������-because Grape-Nuts digests easily  and wholesomely.  The richness and crispness of Grape-Nuts* that.  splendid wheat-and-barley food, have a wonderful  charm fipr the taste. ''  An order to your grocer today will brin^ this  splendid lood to ycnu. Ready to cat from the package���������udd a little cream or rnitk in the dish.  Delightful  Trfp  Afforded foe Tourists  Over C.P.R.  By  the  most magnificent mountain"  and inland water : trip in the world,  passing through beautiful Banff, lovely Lake Louise, Field and CJ-lacier  thence to Arrowhead ��������� steamer.  through the Arrow and Kootenay  Lakes, winding in and out past majestic mountain peaks���������touching at Weqt  Robson and Nelson enroute.  This delightful trip can be made la  the opposite direction If desired and  at remarkably low cost. *  Any Canadian  Paeifle  ticket   agent  will gladly give  full information and  ��������� arrange details.  ���������i ;  A  |jil!>������ipC,#JNlJ.tS    THE BODY BLTILPER  uThere*s a Reason"  Mmte tijr C������������x������ltatt I'oatxim CcrcaJ Co., *Ud* Wi������d*or, Ontario  Vr-.  EKtenaion to Grain. Exchang*e  Work Una sturted on the $250,000  extension to tlie Winnipeg; Grain Exchange, the contract for "Which was recently let by the Traders' Building  Association. Tho spfectficattons call  lor the raising of the original build  iiiK three bioreyti, aialilhK lhe whole  fttmcture ten *tatorey������ In height.  ONE  GOOD  MAK ,  Is. tieedecJ. ih , yourr ��������� town to -  handle our product direct to  consumer. This wrench is the  finest evrer made and has been  endorsed by good mechanics all  over the- woiid. This is a sure  fire seller and profits are good  and fast. Only responsible  "parttea" considered us agents. ,  Replies held confidential,.,,  Universal Wrench   Company  '<:  ZWINDSOR. ONTARIO ?  "   mi"   |-   i f������ ���������������������������!������������������ *   mmm  For Both House and! Stable.���������There  i-x a good deal or similarity, physically  speaking, between huumu beings aqd  the lower animals;' I3ol.li are'subject  to many allnientBarlHlne from Inflammation aud lo alT manner of cuU aiyl  hruhse-'i. l>r. Thottias." Kclerlrk- (>31 ...  an entirely reliable remedy for such  allmentB aud ndtttiup-s En bolU hunmn  beings and the luiwer orders or  anlnialH.  TORONTO  ObIbIihs, the profenMlonal ent*<������rlaln-  e������-M oC Japan, are Uiuislit rausie, danc-  hiu, uEaaliiK, and tifoi art of auiu.uiut������,  eoMv-nrHatlon.  C  Mlnjird'sii Liniment for Ohmdruff  Z-..���������e*,.Bun'vs, *S*pio5, Cu(s.r.1c.  T^raj^mmMeTmrnzMnhMnfittni  Arw������ri*coi*ei  I'ioniK-nr  Xttttf tc*������*m-������dii4������M  BOOK ON  doo otsiuABwa  ���������anil How  lo 3F*ee������i  Mall-frd   Fre*   (a any  ActdreKi Uy tin*  Author  il c~.t.r oivovwic  oo., *wc.  im  WfMiit  auu  at..  hlow  York.   U.8.A;  Vf.    N.    V-    litfi ^S^^^g^^^^^^^35^^sS^S^a^^S^^^^S^^������^ffl^i^&iS^s^^^^rai;,  THE  CBE9TON  BEVIEW  WYNNDEL ROAR  TENDERS FOR CLEARING  SEALED TENDERS so marked will  be received by the undersigned at  Kaslo. B.B., ������p -to Tuesday, July 25th,  1922. ffrr eteatfjng, stuns ping\ grubbing  and burning all timber, brush, stumps  aud rootP'ott"vth"e right of way of the  above road, from the C reston -  Kuskanook road extending easterly  for about 2*50 feet, by 40 feet wiuc, to  the sauthwest corner of Block 6, Sub  lot 63, being approximately 2������ acres.  The contractor to furnish all neces  sary tools and supplies. The work  shall be commenced within ten days  after acceptance and completed to the  satisfaction of the undersigned before  September 30.1822.  The contractor will be responsible  for any damage done Us private  property dining clearing operations.  The lowest or any tender not  necessarily accepted.  J. D. MOORE,  General Foreman.  THE CRESTON REVIEW  Issued every Friday at Creston. B.C.  Subscription : $2.60 a year in advance.  $3.00 to U.S. points.  O. F. IT ayes. Editor and. Owner,  ��������� '  CRESTON, B.C., FRIDAY. JULY 21  LETTERS TO THE EDITOR  t  Local Prices and Others  GOVERNMENT HOUSE.  Victoria, June 16, 1922.  Present:  HIS  HONOUR THE LIEUTENANT  GOVERNOR IN COUNCIL.  On the recommendation of the  Honourable the Attorney-General.  and under the provisions of Section 7  the "Weekly Half Holiday Act" His  Honour the Lieutenant Governour. by  and with the adyice of the Executive  Council doth order as follows:��������� --  That beginning with Wednesday,  the 21st day of June, 1S22. Wednesday  in each week thereafter be appointed  a day to be observed as a half holiday  by all tbe employees in all the shops  within that area comprised in Lots  524, 525, 526. and 891, Group 1, Koote  nay District, British Columbia, within  which area the town of Creston is  situate, save and except those shops  to which the "Weekly Half Holiday  Act" does not apply.  j. d. Maclean,  Clerk of the Executive Council.  Loyal Orange Lodge, Ho. 2895  Meets THIRD THURSDAY of  each KHdrith at Mercantile  Hall. Visiting brethren cordially invited.  ERIC OLSON, W.M  Editob Kevibw:  Sir,���������Is it not time that Creston storekeepers awoke to the fact  that the war. that ended in 1918,  is really over, and that in most  parts of Canada something approaching pre war prices are now  "ruling. Such is not the case here;  Creston prices are very little lower  than they were four years ago.  A visitor to Nelson recently complained tliat goods in that city-  were dearer than in assy other  town hc had been int and a committee of the board of trade was  appointed to look into his complaint; Evidently, he had not  8tayed in Creston/  One hates to have to send orders  out of town, but-that is what folks  are being forced to do. Times are 1!  none too good, and people have to  get full value for every dollar.  Creston folks can do that and save  many dollars by purchasing at almost any outside point���������Calgary,  Vancouver/ Cranbrook Winnipeg,  and even Nelson.  I will not take up your space  with a long list of comparative  prices but, perhaps, a few items selected at random may help the argument:  Creston  Price.  Kellogg's Corn Flakes ^15c  Raisins, 15 oz. pkg. ~..~.  16 oz. pkg.   ii  I  We can  Supply  them!  Ladies' Summer Underwear  in Watson's Make  Sleeveless Vests, V neck, sizes 36, 38  40. at 40c.  Out sizes at 50c:  -  Full Dress, web finish, at 65cT  Sleeveless  Combinations  a^l.OO, 1.45,   1.75  Child's Vests, all sizes, 30cl  Children's Combinations, all sizes, $1*15 each.  Children's   Cotton   Sweaters   in   Navy   and  White and Navy and Red, long sleeves, 60c  ��������� ��������� _  Men's Underwear  Athletics at 1.50  Spring Needle Combination at $2.00  Spring Needle Shirts and Drawers at $1.00  can use your influence, as president  of Creston Board of Trade, and assist in al ter ing a cot idi ti on th at is  detrimental to the best interests of  the town. .  Cemetery Fund  Stifl������hort $30  CRESTON    DAIRY  8 Quarts ...... $1.00  Per Gallon     45c.  A. COMFORT  mvmt ���������������������������m���������*������������������-���������m��������������������������� i in ���������I.. ��������� ii i      i���������.i.i-^--i-. ii    n        ��������� i  mn    ���������!��������� i.i  B.~A. MOORHOUSE  Provincial Lifts! Sonlipr  Surveys and Plans of all Descriptions.  Enquire  R. Lamont's* Office  -35c  Outside  Price.  lQe    24c  Shredded Wheat." 20c* 13c  Blue Ribbon Tea .65c 55e  Sultana Raisins ��������� ���������35c 25c  Rice���������___.. 12������c 8c  Lifebouy Soap   12|c 8������c  Lux '. . _;���������15c lie  Starch. . ._ ������������������..���������15c 10c  Certain  important staples,   such  4V 4v   0t.r.0r.~t rxri    mnrtrtrttS-t    rm~xJi  aa voiiucu uroaw u>ji.vj  RriVx  ILIOIJ,  A v   ta   V-ttAA^-  CRESTON.  B.C.  A Ford NOW  Meets the Si  Why let luxury (that you  do not need), size (that you  do not want), Speed (that y������5u  cannot lawfully tise), lead you  into buying a car that you  cannot afford to own,  The new Excise Tax Finn  come into effect, ho laid down  price of Ford cars a-rer  louring . .. $770.59  Light Delivery 732.57  Chassis .... 637*54  {with Starter In each caae)  Buy a Ford, ifc in lowest in  price, Iwowesb in nnminitenana������*  eoat lowest in depreciation,,  and provides nriytliinft you  con ask for.  Creston Auto* Supply  cult to "compare, owing to the  variety in brands and weights,  but these are  both line's  in which  ���������we are being overcharged. One  brand of beef is sold here for 45  cents for a 12 oz. can���������60 cents a  pound for bully beef is certainly  going some. Salmon is as bad;  nothing below 25 cents for a-very  amall can, while at Vancouver it is  retailed at 7 cents per can up.  Now, I am quite prepared tohear  that freight charges are largely responsible, owing to the location of  this town, but facts fail to confirm  this. It may be allowed that tea  coming from the west might be a  little dearer here than in Vancouver���������the freight on groceries is,  I believe, about 3 cento per pound  ���������but how abont such goods as  breakfast foods, soaps, etc., whioh  come from Ontario. In this case  +i{iey have about 400 miles less to  travel, and yet we are charged 50  per oent. moro than Vancouver  prices for the same goods.  No, the Creston storekeepers are  making hay -while the haying is  good, and they just naturally hate  to stop while the sun is shining,  I readily agree that during the war  they bought at higher prices and  they had to sell at higher prioesfor  Bome time afterwards to avoid loss,  but they have had nearly four.years  to clear out wartime stook, and tho  public ia now entitled to relief.  Personally, I stall buy my goods  in the town, havin.g been patiently  waiting If or <a s^car return to M-or-  maf prioofl, but my patience tn  wearing threadbare and unless I  find home reduction soon I shall  have to do na many others wvi doing and hoy elae where. Meanwhile, however, I wubnoribe. mywelf,  yourw, atfi. HOP'WW'nT*.  f*.S.���������Perliapfl, Mr.  Editor,   you  Slow but sure has been the effort  ofthe special committee of the  board of trade, which for the last  two months has "been making what  headway was possible in assembling $200 for the purpose of getting  on with quite a comprehensive  scheme of permanently beautifying  the Creston cemetery.  " At the board meeting on Tuesday  last Chirman Bennett repDrted^l^3  subscribed and authority was given the committee, to get pn with  the work w3������ieh; however, will  have to be held up until such time  as weather conditions are more  favorable far this work���������which includes burning the stumps and  brush removed. ' In connection  with the effort the Review is asked  to acknowledge the following fcoiy-  trlbutious: .  Oreston Board of Trade $15.00  Masonic Lodge.���������.   15.00  Ked Cross Society :.��������� 25.00  Erickson United Farmers    5,Of)  J,   C-ook.........................................   fi.UO  Mrs. M. YounR,.. .���������:     1.0ft  Mrs. Stnce Smith .    5.00  Mrs.  Cotterill ;.......     3.0ft  S. T. Ev������nB....���������.,....���������.  10.00  P.   HHRen..... ...:...    fi.00  Mis. Dun Burton..  ~    fi.OO  J. Arrowamlth...;.���������...  -2.00  Presbyterian Lad leu" Aid...���������   5.00  Ladies* Guild Christ Chinch..   5.00  Methodist Ladies' Aid    5.00  Women's Institute.   10*00  Cemetery Company .v-.."..��������� 50.00,  Jub.  Adfiud....:......    2.00  holding   back donations; until the  work is uVider way, will immediatly  pay into Mr. Bennett  the amounts  -- . :���������-���������-. -���������. ���������  they are prepared to give   to   the  good cause. .P i"~-  The Cemetery Company gave  all the, money they have on hand  and have assured that in the future  they will contribute equally generously toward any organized effort  that may be made to keep the local  burying ground always presentable  looking.  IE8DERS FOR TWO-ROOM G0TTA6E  Sealed tenders so marked will be received" by the undersigned up till  Monday, July 33, 1922* for the erection  of a two-room cottage on the Alice  Siding school grounds, building to be  completed by August 20th."- p.Lowest  or any tender not necessarily aecepted.  For plans and all other information  apply to W. H. MATHER, Secretary,  Oreston, B.C.  g I^aiiis ^ _  Are you saving for���������the house you hope to own, the  travellingr you long to do, the business you wsnfc to  buy, the comfortable retirement yoii hope fto enjoy?  -s~fffte~M ~m tsait~~\js������wc-ewiini ax, ~my orancn ot tins uassSi,  and your regular deposits will prove the key. to reali-  saiion of yoiir dreams. ���������' x**'* ���������  ���������\  G. W. ALLAN,  GRESTON BRANCH,  Manager.  I  "11  vrtOURR5^.  est  173.00  As there is still opproKimatoly  $30 required to provide the $5200  the work willoost it is hoped that  the plot owners who are, doubtless,  ���������"-"���������' ���������������������������������������������-��������� ���������    i  ��������� ��������� in ii  [���������������������������.������������������m     i(i   nin-.i   ii.ii'    hii ���������  -mi. ������������������"������������������  TENDERS FOR COMPETING SCHOOL  Sealed tenders so marked will he re  ceivt'd by the underuipi{ii������d up till &n.~-  urday, Jnlv 22nd, 1022. for tho completion of tlie unfinished rooiii of the  new sohool, which la to be flnlHhcrl  aiuno hh room already occupied.  Work to be cownploted by~Aup|iist  15tn������ 1022. Lowest OT*������'������ny. tender not  neccatciirily accented. For nil other  Information apply B, A, SPKICEtS,  Secretary School Board, Creston*  used as a bank lias many disadvantages.  Money; carried in it is easy to  spend on 'trifles/or may be lost  or stolen.  Weekly deposits in our Savings Bank  will accumulate rapidly.  Small ott' iartse accounts are welcome.  THE CANADIAN BANK  OFCOMlVpReE  "PAID-UP CAPITAL       ��������� '���������    * *    ' .*��������� $15,000,000  RESERVE FUND        . -        -        $ 15,0^0,000  .  CRESTON BRANCH, C. G. Bennett, Manager.  TENDERS FOR JANITOR WORK  flf-Milud trndersHo marked will bo received lay tho luidaraGRinGU up WW (t3ut-  utdiuy, July 22ml. foi:* the position of  fun I tor for the ciiHtiinn yuar of the  u-,*iv������vij-fnotiii nubile and DukIi Hchorvl at  CruHton, <lutl������>M to commence Septofu-  \tt*v l������������, IW*>, f j**ovw><ft t*?wd<������r mot  nt'-euHMHrily nncuptwl. 8. A. 8PBI9I8B,  ���������8*������cri'l4iiy Rcho<������l Uoai^l, C������'<?iBt^>ri.  f-(i  Sw  SKECifVVliEEL  ���������rata   ���������'���������aa#,.^������U������JBU_        W     T    m~~a *BU ������W*>B.������IIW���������J ���������BMi-mBf  Tho $IW Troctor CraHniriind Freiifiht Extra  Cuts the Cost of Guitivating  MUt-TIPUHS  Man IVm-ier by .  FIVE  A Sprywheel nnd ono man con do more  cultrVntib|������ than five men with wheel  hoc������. Ht pay*lor itnelf bctoro thojlrowin^  j,t-ui.<*na it. huJLovcr, iu Labor, uavcii. Tlso  belter crops you'll g*( urd ������i������ldhl������iaal ^  rduHunit lot i>uyin{i a Sprywlwsel novr."  DomooBtmtlonB gladly given.  LlDu ATE? BROS D  Eweltmivci Agent*  i.  1  {'  V  \1  fSjummmmmmm  tmmmxamAaimamaHmaaammmmmtltmm ,rf  //;  .I'M   UBESXCli   REVIEW  ~r  "I  is .there any  11M  House?  -./"  -3k.  To Proceed With  Cemetery Work  . i  This is the first question that presents itself  to- the housewife if an  unexpected visitor drops  in for a meal. But why  worry ?  Shamrock Brand  Hams and Bacon  Finest   Quality  Cooked Ham  Lunch Meat  Bologna. &c  are always to be had  here. In meats nothing  quite equals 'Shamrock'  products.  Ma M^M^mSaeSSS  ansf HamQms  N  Men's   Half Soles, .$1.25.  Women's Half Soles, $1.00  Guaranteed for 6 months.  Secondhand Store in connection  with business  *    Synapsis of      w  s."  At the July meeting of Creston  Board of Trade on Tuesday night last  matters of purely local importance  were to the front for discussion and  action, President Hayes occupying  the chair, and a fair1 turnout of mens-  .bers in evidence.  Possibly the most "important feature  of the session was the decision to wh-e  Fred Wade, B.C.* agent general in  London, England, who is now making  a yisit to the province, extending him  an invitation to visit Creston '. before  returning. Premier Oliver has also  been wired asking him to use his influence in this connection so that Mr.  Wade's call may be assured.  Tne import Qf Mr. "Wade's tour of  the province at tbis time is to enable  him to get first hand information on  the parts of B.C-that-it would be well  to divert part of the stream of better  class Britishers who will.be coming to  Canada next year. * In view of the  holdings of the Land Settlement Board  at Lister, combined with the splendid  showing the Valley growers made at  the Imperial Apple Show last year,  the board of trade feels that Greston  Valley - should be quite an attractive  spot for-many of the newcomers.  In this connection Mr. Wade has replied that he will endeavor. to include  Creston in . his itinerary, but at present cannot advise as to the date of his  coming. Premier Oliver has also  written that he will use "liis best endeavors to induce the agent general to  call here.  In case a date for a visit froru Mr.  Wade is arranged the board of trade  will  endeavor also  to have  a visit at  -2^  Minimum price of grst-class land  reduced to to an acre; second-class to  52.50 an acre.  Pre-emption   now   confined   to  sur  ,  veyed lands only. v       r-   -  .. Kecorda will be grafted covering only  land suitable for agricultural purpose.1.  and which is non-timber land. ~-  ������������������_  Partnership 'pre-emptIons;"abblIshecU'  out parties of not more thari= four in~L������  arrange    for    adjacent    pre-emptions  with Joint residence,: but each making  . necessary improvtements on respective'  cladcaap..yiL.-..:-ry?y?.-:^--:f.:rL;.,?r.y..?r?, ,nLh- '���������  ,   Pre-emptors must occupy claims for  nv^ years .and make ipipcovementa tc  valye of JlO per acre, includi-ng clear-  Jn-g an^ Qult!v-tic= cf at Ipa^t & acres  bexwesreoemrig Crown Grant.  -Where pre-emptor-in. occupation not  less .than 8 years, and^has made proportionate Improvements, he may, because Of ill-health,   or  Ot*������������r  raiina   "h*  granted intermediate certiflcate of ini"  provement and transfer his claim.  jBecords without permanent residence may be issued, provided appli-  ca~nt makes Improvements to-exteni of  ������300 per annum and records same each  year. Failure to make improvements  or record same will operate as forfeiture. TUle cannot be obtained In  I??S..5,5I3I 6 years, and improvements  *x *10i00 P������r acre. Including- 5 acres  cleared and cultivated, and residence  of at least 2 years are required. **fe  Pre-emptor holding Crown Trani  may record another pre-emption, if he  requires land In conjunction with his  farm, without actual, occupation, provided statutory improvements made  and residence maintained on Crown  granted land.  ITnBurveycd areas, not exceeding 20  fffim B:~ P08^1^ leased as home Bit en:  title to bo obtained after fulfilling residential and improvement cohditions.  For graalng and Industrial purposes  areaai exceeding 640 acres may be  leased by one person or..company.  # Mill, factory or Industrial sites, on  timber land not exceeding 40 acres  may be purchased; conditions Include  payment of utumpago. ,       !"  i���������VatVrftl ha^r jneadowa , inaccessible  ^^i8*1"^ rotwJa mny bo Purchased  conditional upon construction of a road  to them.   Rebate of ono-holf of cost of  2������?������ P,,oLe3<3O0dlnBr hoUf of Purchase  price, la made. ...  PRE-EMPTORS'      FREE  m ACT.  GRANTS  The wope of this Act Is enlarged to  ������2S,U���������f^aiLPer5?,\0 lo!nll!fif ttnd%erv-  ������K? .with Hla Majeaty'* Forces. The  timo within which the heirs o? dovlocos  of a deceased pre-emptor may annly  from for ono year from the death of  ouch poraon, as formerly, until one  year after tho contil union of the present  E������������ *.ThlB Wrt^leg������:ia also mado -"-  troactivo,     ,      ��������� m  d������������^������^.'������!&intt0 PP������;������>wptlon������rare*  auo or payable  by soldiers on    nro-  omptionH recorded after June 2C, 1018  Taxes aro remitted for Ave years.  Provision for return of moncye nc-  7*'. \���������Ja~ ������IL l!������821mt,of poywontsriooB  Wrlt^SSJ-VnaJ?Mlen  PW-emptlons.  *��������������������� ���������BEi������n-^WJ^8 to Purchaoe  Allied Moreen, or donpnflents, acquired  direct or Indirect, romltted 'troraT in-  llatment to March 81, 11120.  or CROWN  BUB.PUROHAttKR  i. land  Provtolon mado for Issuance of  Crown grants to sub-purchasers of  Crown X,ana������, acquiring rights from  purchoflora who, failed to complete  fti^^V^Sttl?* forfeiture, on'ful"  nllmcnft of conditions of purchase, *n-  tereBt and -uur������������. Where cub -dutcjjxui-  era do not olatrowJhole of original par-  eel, nwfihun prloo due and taxes may  lft.*������ta*22ff,*a AP">P������rtlonatoly    ovor  whole   arao.      Applications   mi  mad* by May 1. ifao.  must  Orailng  iv-ftlopme  d������v������  ORAZINO.  Act,   M10. , for  be  wystematlo  ipment of Jfveatoalc Industry provides for graslng. districts and- rango  nlstrn-tlon    under   Commlnaloner.  Annual graslng permits issued baned  on numbers ranged: priority for mrab-  M-nWri ntftsmrtt, Ptortt-owners uiun  form Aauoolatlons for ranire marnigo-  m*nt. ITreo, or partially free, permit*  lor ������t������tU*r*, -ctuxipei** or Lrav*Uertt.,   uv������  %0 t������n htmo.  the Forest and  '"i you kill   its  payroll  lucts mean  work and pros=  - perity ior you  in  the woods cost  the   taxpayer  $450,000 last year  -a.;watch on your  'camp-fire pnd   all  lighted substances  with the  high cost* of  carelessness t  must pay for fighting forest fites.  Reduce your share  ~''ul~~- x-xOCi.    jl.   ~j.   xrAij-  of   lands,    vvho   wiii  have    something  in-  tuiio,    minister  doubtless  then  terestin^' to    say   as   the   Kootenay  Flats  drainage and, possibly,   Arrow  Creek irrigation.  Authority was -given the. cemetery  committee to' proceed with the  work. Chairman"-'-Bennett reporting  $173 of the reqoiaite $200 insight for  the job, with the prospect of some  further assistance from plot owners  who have not yet been heard Ssosxi.  ���������-,.; The Associated Boards of Trade-of  British Oqlumbiarare raising a fund of  $3000^���������which-will be supplemented by  antfbher $3(KX) > from the proyinciai  ^pve^nnient--tb cohtinue the fight for  r^diiofed';freight fi*tes, -and'*-Oreston  board ...donated its quota which was  set at $10.*        1'y'Z'ZZ-i :.' 'ZZ/.. "  ;.r^.The:"b*o������rd*..:agreed' to the publicity  coirs in ittee's request that the evening  of Labor Dav be appropriated for a  whist and dance for the securing of  sonae needed revenue to put over a  Creston Valley thanksgiving week  apple advertising feature, which will  be undertaken ii some co-operative  support can be had from local growers.  The details are now being worked out,  and will be announced at the August  meeting.  C P.R. Superintendent Flett has  been written to urging that the bom-  pany take what steps are possible to  ensure that the fruit offered for sale  on the station platform shall iu good  measure represent the excellent quality of the f riiit product of thi/ Valley.  In the past ,thejvbungsters have been  selling much scabby, oyer artd underripe and small sissp stuff that is not  getting the Valley product very favorable comment from some of the purchasers.  NEWS OF KODTENAYS  The Herald fears that the cannery  at Penticton will this year only pack  peaches. '"'  . ���������  At Cranbrook flowers are being  stolen from tho graves in tho public  cemetery.  One dealer alone claims to li^vo sold  soyen Pord care iii Reyelstoko already  thio year,  Thos. Abriel, a Nakusp rancher,  claims he will have two carloads of  strawberries to ship this year.  TendoiH are being called for the erection of un eight-room brick addition  to the Cen tral school  at Cran brook.  ^Xiie C.P.H. 'now lias a pertuanout  agent at tho JKIcuberloy station, Sam  Whittakor being in oh argo at present,  Tho IComan Catholics of Cranbrook  are calling for tend*.rs for the erection  of a rectory un tho noresAntchurch Kite.  * " .  Nakusp MaBoniB have eveoted a hall  of thoir own, tlio Cnnadian Bank of  Uommerce occupying tho ground lioor,  In the Arrow 3Lake country prospects for a fine applo crop aro excell  ent.    Wealthys and Wagners are both  promising.  Kasio Women's Institute has $1*08  in the treasury, and has decided to  haye the annual flower and baby show  ini August.  Although Chautauqua was a money  loser at Fernie last month, lOOcitizens  have signed the guarantee assuring its  appeamfice in 1923.  The new provincial voters list shows  about 2650 names, as compared with  2450 on the list usedat thelast election.  -���������Cranbi'oOk Courier.  To prevent a seepage that is(destroying; neighboi-ing property part of the  irrigation ditch at Penticton will have  to be lined with cement/  Cranbrook Courier . ha s it on good  authority tfiat a $12,000,000" piilp .mill  is to be-shortly\erected in: the neighborhood of Canal Flats. :.  The directors have just been notified  that a giumt of $750 will be forthcoming from thegovernment if Cranbrook  holds a fall fair this year.  The ladies'; guild of the Arfglican  Chqrch at Cranbrook made $200 at  their annual lawn social on the rectory grounds one night last week.  Although?'it will increase . their,taK  rate at least^ ten mills the ratepayers of  New Denver by a vote of 55 to 6 have  decided tct^ave  a high, school in that  ,tOWn.:*     ...re���������fP.~. .. - -    .*>   * ���������������������������"���������--   ���������;.,-������������������'��������������������������� -������������������: : 'Z-:r  ���������>     * .'  ���������*    -'   .,  -y^l----r -       *������������������-     ������������������    .* . :;:* *.���������.:*    ������������������;..���������     , ��������� .  Z .Vyater. isjexpeeted to be turned1 in to  the lti&wZirrigation systein   at .Grahd-  Forks before the;  endy pt; July.ZZ By  that time pipe li ne  15 miles in length  will be in v^orki n  HEADLIGHT  OVERALLS  \Union Jvlaeiej  Extra Denim; Extra Comfort; Extra "WetEr  Of a Saturday night, recently *230  autos wer-e-counted in thebusinessBec-  tion of Cranbrook. and tire Courier estimates that, almost 200 of them were  owned by out of-towh people.  By a vote of three to one; Cran brook  ratepayers decided to raise*" a loan of  about $10,000 to secure a children's  .playgroundi~ which will include a  swimming pool library building and  soldiers' Memorial sitev  Ofthe 726p"pupils attending school at  Penticton examination shows that 46  needed glasses badly,; 107 could use  them to advantage, and 339 will need  Ahem almost immediately unless the  eyesight changes for the better.  According to the Herald Penticton  is a particularly.dry town on Sunday.  On the last Sabbath in June the con-  tmption of water wap at, the rate rate  of 500 gallons per man, woman and  child in that town���������on the 24-hour  day basis.     ���������  Dark Blue double and twist   Deriim, cut full  and   roomy,   all   seams   triple   stitched.  This Overall  cannot be beat for-work-*  manship   and   material,   and   absolutely  eruaranteed   to  give  good  wear  or we  PRICE  will reolace them.  Mm  ��������� $2*75 Pais*  TENDERS-FOR TWO-ROOM COTTAGE  Sealed tenders so marked will be re  ceived by the undersigned up till  Monday, July 33, 1022, for the erection  of a two-room cottage on the Alice  Siding? school grounds,/-building Jjo bo  completed by August 20th. Lowest  or any tender not necessarily accepted.  For plans and all other information  apply to W.. H. MATHER, Secretary,  Oreston, B.C.  TENDERS FOB COMPLETING SCHOOL  Sealed'tenders so marked, will bo v~Z  ceived by tho undersigned up till Sat*  unlay* Julv 22od, 1022, for the com*  pletSon of the unfinished room of tho  new school; which is to bo finished  name as room already occupied,  Work to bo completed by August  15tn, 1022. Lowest or any tendor not  necessarily aeeopted. For all other  Un formation npply R. A. SPHTORH,  Secrotary School, Board, Oreston,  TENDERS FOR JANITOR WORK  S.. A.       CL T> O IZJ. F> ^  ������     Jr\m      4Lm? ,my     Ei   Cf   l^Q ^3  GENERAL   MERCHANT.  Sealed tenders ^o niarlced will bo received by tho undersigned up till Saturday^ July 22nd. for tlio position of  ���������janitor for the ensuing year ol! the  novon-roou) "public and high school at  Oroaton, dntit'H to comntencte fctoptom-  hor iHt, 10*22. LowoHb tender not  inucoHH-ariIy accepted. S. A. SPEECKtt,  Secw-tury School Board, Oreston*    <  ^^^4A ^a&     <^|j     ^������i   ���������t���������Wmiam' ^&l^tBP     ^T^^tx    -tBUST   -KtT     ^"mi4m    ^mtgttm  , wr*. jra   ra   ra    ��������� Bl" **^a^ M m ^^r   MnZp~\ ft^L  We would advise placing orders now for  Fruit Boxgs and avoid the rush and  possible disappointment lafeer 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.  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P;'���������'���������'.?-' Z''.?������������������"'- "     -'"' '' -"r-. v''���������' --'.-'���������.'-'-���������''?���������.���������'..-    ���������.?.!**���������' .���������"* i-1*.'.- *'..'-'"P'-: _.. -.* '���������*>',. .-.:1"!S ���������'���������'������������������ ZZ L-iy-'?:,.',.^Z- 'f Z'Zl *->'.������-3:".'V* '-'",i.->'*"~^"^''''1 ,V.v"'j''''"*-?'--':.''ttHlHHBHH  M  ���������imin&^  i^  9e&hJLy  Y*  22 ������5 F*  and  >.u'vi*fs''*ir(i  DOUBU HjMt*aFINt  WAAKAVTU)  GEH'JtNE MUiiJU-0  r  A ���������rai$e-oR the Great Lakes  Enjoy to the Fullest Extent ths Trip  -l������ast  The trip to Eastern Canada or the  United States can be made doubly enjoyable by ' including _' tlie delightful  cruise on the Great Lakes from Fort  William and Port Arthur to Port Mc-  Nicoll or Qwerf.Sound on the Palatial  Canadian '" Pacific.   Steamers     "H?e'e-  ������  watln," "Assiniboia," and "Manitoba."  Three sailings, a week from Fort  William and Port Arihur every Wednesday and Saturday t?r Port Mc-  Nicoll, where direct' connection " is  made with special train for Toronto.  and every Thursday for Owen Sound.  The* Great Lakes trip 3s a delightful  diversion to the East���������Restful, cool  and refreshing.- ���������  The Ticlcet Agent Qf the Canadian.  Pacific will be pleased to give ful! information as to rates, -sailings, etc.,  and arrange every, del-ail for an enjoyable trio.     ,.���������*'"  1XS  Manslaughter in 2nd Degree  -Using a razor���������bad staff���������but many  people do it for their "coins. The  only remedy that is painless and sure  is Putnam's Corn Extractor, which  does remove warts and corns, cleans  them right off. Refuse a substitute  for "Putnam's,"  25c everywhere.  Had Yo ur Iron Today ?  ���������������     e--  'elicious  Hot-Day Linac  -rrvcvnr*.  ���������-���������-     tr-. ri s-. L-  i  Reports from all parts"of Wostein Canada are ,at th  tten, distinctly* optimistic so far as crop conditions a  the time this article is  WL-itten, distinctly optimistic so lar as crop cuauuiwns are concerned. The  heavy Spring rains, while they retarded seeding operations in some districts,  and resulted in certain low-lying lands not being seeded, nevertheless prepared an ideal seed bed. Then, during the latter part of June copious rains  hare fallen fairly generally throughout the West giving the growing gram  sturdy development and providing needed .moisture lor rapid growth."  Sections of thc country which during recent years have been afflicted with  the grasshopper plague report a tn firmed decrease in the pest, while never before have farmers generally heen so well organized and ready tor fight this  danger. .. *,-,.., ���������  , ���������'  Reduction.* in freight rates, and the passing of legislation calculated to  assist in the marketing of the crop without such a ..disastrous decline in prices  as took place last. year, ate also encouraging features, of the situation, leading to the hope that, providing the crop passes through the dangers still  ahead, a reasonably profitable return'on the season's operations will be  realized.  It is never wise, however, to figure on a crop until it is actually harvested and marketed because so many eventualities may occur, and so maiiy  factors have to be considered. Chickens should not .be counted before they  aro hatched, and neither should tbe pi'obaballties of the Western grain crop  be figured on..until  Ihey become actualities.  Evidence-is not lacking even at this early date that some creditors and  corporations, to whom farmers are largely in debt, are figuring on and preparing for what they term h "clean up" this year. In other words, they are  planning to conduct aggressive ��������� deb I-collecting campaigns. In some few  isolated cases'steps, have already been taken lo effect foreclosure of mortgages on the strength of growing crops, and without giving the individual  farmer an opportunity to himself realize on his year's labor and thus place  himself in a position to meet liis liabilities to the extent that the crop may  place him in iunds to do ao.  The fact ought to be. and must be. realized that in those sections which  have suffered from repeated crop failures in recent^years one crop will not  liquidate the debts which have been contracted. It has taken several years'  losses to put many farmers in the position in which they now unfortunately  iind themselves, and it would h-. both foolish and cruel if drastic measures  of debt collection were taken. Vet when a man has several creditors it is  inevitable thai, if one proceeds io take'drastic action, the others who are  willing to be reasonable must adopt somewhat similar measures in order to  protect themselves and not allow the unreasonable creditor to get away with  every thing to their own and their c-Ei<-n4'.s loss.  ia a. few isolated cases it has y-lre'ady been necessary for Governments to  warn unreasonable creditors thru, il they persist in demanding their pound  of flesh withoxtt giving the debior-tnrrner a fair chance, an individual mora-.  toiium will be issued to protect such a man and his other creditors. Should;  this Shyiock characteristic hc-como at all general, Governments might be  1'oreed, much as they would regret the necessity, fo declare a moratorium in  order to prevent Lhe precipitation of a situation which, would prove disastrous all round.  'fully recognized Ihat there is an unwieldy  country which must, be paid off to the last  ol this year's production and yet leave a utile necessities of life and continue to ''carry  system of the country, and the stability of  fabric demands thai this be done. There  mercy shown to, the mnn who does not deal  v  Asking Too  Much  Doctor.���������Your trouble is dyspepsia.  ���������You should laugh heartily before and  alter meals.  Patient ��������� But that's impossible,  doctor. I cok them myself aud wash  up the dishes afterwards.   .  OVERWORKED NERVES  The  On I lie oilier hand t' must be"  burden of debt now resting on Use  dollar it is possible to squeeze oui  Sclent to enable fa rn iiie.-; to enjoy tl  on" n-vx? year. The whole credit  the entire financial  and  business  (_...(,   I0.X.   nn   ^.y t*j*ij*������j������1 by   \i**',   H E������d   Utile  Crank!y  ancl  honestly  with  his  creditors,  and  make  every  possible  effort to  i������a> off ills liabilities.  There is, ther* f'or������\ Imperii In e necessity  for mutual understanding, goodwill mid active cooperation between, debtors and creditors this year.      There?  no lendetuM   on the part  of ihe debtor to evade or procrastinate, but  Most_ Successful    Treatment    is  Through  the  Blood  The early stages of nervous debility  are noted by restlessness and irritability in.  which  the victims  seem to be  oppressed   by   their  nerves.       As   the  trouble advances,   common   symptoms  are a tired  feeling;   weakness in  the  kitees aad ankles���������;     headaches,    back  aches and sleeplessness.'��������� .,  The matter  requires'Immediate attention, lor nodi-  ih'g but suitable    treatment   will    prevent a, complete'.breakdo w ~.  ... Tlie  ^nervous,   system governs  the  whole  body,   controlling  heart,   lungs.  digestion and  brain,-so-that it is not  surprising   that  nervous, disturbances  "cause acute distress.     For troubles of  this kind Dr. Williams' Pink Pills"succeed  when  other  treatment   fails,   for  these pills make new blood,  enriched  with     the     elements    on    which     the  nerves thrive, and in  this way reach  the root of the trouble.      Iri proof of  this   is   the   statement   of   Mrs.   Doc-  ker.il I, Stratford,  Out.,    who    says: ���������  "My daughter,  Matilda, was suffering  from nervous debility,  and the  usual  remedies did not,seem to help her.    I  was  advised  by  a   friend   to  give  Dr.  Williams' Pink Pills a trial, and soon  we found they were doing he fa great,  ueal  of good.      She    complained    of  pains   in   the   stomach,   and   a   severe  fluttering of the heart, with" a genet al,.  weakness.       Under   the  use   of   these  pills, she  continued to gain, and I believe they have saved her from going  into a decline."  You can get these Pills from any  medicine dealer or by mail at 50 cents  a box or-six boxes for $2.50 from The  Dr. Williams Medicine Co., Brockville, Out.  ��������� ji JtLS'i  iuncii is two packages of  J3 Little Sun-Maid Raisins and a  glass of milk-  Tastes good when you're hungry.  Nourishes yet keeps you cool.  Raisin's 75 per cent.fruit sugar is  in practically predigested form? furr  nishing 1560 calories of energizing  nutriment per pound."  Doesn't tax digestion so doesn't  heat the blood, yet energizes almost  'immediately. ' ' -  Big men e^t little lunches to conserve their thinking power. Don't  overeat and lag behind the leaders.  Get two packages of Little Sun-  Maids now.  9.1  Between* Meal Raisins  5c Everywhere  ���������in Little Red Packages  The Achilles Statue  *si Hvde Park.  London, was cast from a cannon  captured during' the Duke of Wellington's victories, and is dedicated to  him and  his  troops.  B.C. Lumber tor Holland  Many mothers have reason to bless  Mother Graves' Worm Exterminator.  because it has relieved-the little ones  of suffering and made them healthy.   ���������  New Jersey is to pay its prisoners  for .their work while in jail to give  them a fair start when their terms are  completed, The " experiment , is receiving wide publicity in America.  '  Order  Received in  Dirsct Competition  VS/rth *Sslt!c T-imfcsrs  An order for a large quantity of  lumber to be shipped to Holland has  been received by the Canadian Producers' Corporation. The shipment.  is of rough Douglas fir and will bt>  finished in the Holland mills. This  lumber was sold in direct competition  with 'Baltic'".timber's and was chiefly  chosen because oI: the lack of resin in  the lumber.      ,  Dili;*-!    h  an <i(njn.  honest   effort   to tm������������-*i  his creditors more than  th*-- **"*tH r>\M"is*j ot his ability.  :, Ik* i;if * I'l at on*5 gi������o������l crop iv  ywirs ni no crops. They mur  f'vi.sf- io he tPiiKonnUI������* uuw: In-  T h* n.-i" ionnl in unr-*-* si i  I him*:���������*-*., but a pra<��������� ��������� t hll*I n-cotjnit  and t!if*������v>- any individual or cor-jMimrion interest, and if  Ihcir volition rondufi t ln'i'n.s^h'fs n*-; the national interest  thrfv emji-u i������f* mad***- m dt* so.  half-way and fairly to  t'tN-iHiors. on the other hund, must appreciate  if. not   p;������y   I'or thme,   four and sometimes Ave  it, therefore, be  reasonable, and those who re-  tr.iU-*T������ in hand and  compelled  to be do.  ,i iiiiinds     not   merely  an appreciation of these  Ion is'i t.liH>m.    National ini crests are paramount.  tlie latter do not   of  demands, well, then  About Advertising  To  B.  Must  Xttoi-i. rhun 7,in'i������'> p*ound.-i of pure  g<������M. H.'iVri an authority, are iv-rpttred  etch yeiir *o supply the we������l������|lng rings  i'i>r nm   bi'StHe;*-;.  f  Italy han sent a steumship "emporium" to the ports on the Mcdl-  li>rrunenn in advertise the goods of  H'lli.-i ts   ni:uin������'ac*l nreps.  -'jsnu'.:   Any Touch of Indigestion  Your  Food  will  irecdl  you  mare  -MpitjMtx&a ������y|  Jl C&lirl.'  ii4.tO  Until your various digestive organs  are in order your food, instead of  properly nourishing you will be liable  to clog acid poison your system. Your  blood will be poor and impure and  your nervous system thoroughly run  down. Take immediate steps to secure  the healthy activity of stomach, liver,  and bowels.   To this end you should  B  j0mt%������ iMim^ .jptk Wt*Bk 4P& MMMfifc <  ^.wMm^^JKHr ^^B|^gflHr ^^H^^^^ot ^^^^ g**^^^|^^K^ri^W^ j^ajilflM .^^^Rm ^^fil^  Sold  ���������eii������rviM)herm  in hoxem  2&c~~40 pith  oirc-~"&iP ptita  Effective It  Persistent  The Montreal Slar makes an interesting and pointed business remark  when It declares that "January's advertising helps .Tune and'June's���������������������������will'  help December."  There is a world of" truth, reason  and significance in this .pithy utloiS  mice and a little reflection will prove  why this Is so. TCl'focUve advertising  must not bt> spasmodic but must be  persistent, To l������op������v for instant and  sustained, result!* from one or two bcl-  vortisemenis' is to expect the Impossible���������is as though one hoped by tiL-  tondini* school a day or two ev-a-ry  sl.v tnontliH to become an educated  man. The one Ib aa absurd as Iho  oilier. .  The wltf-e adverllner la he who ad-  verlUiL'H regularly wuolu In and w-eelc  out and r^Bards his Initial ndvertlH-  intK (iH-llie builder regards IiIh Conn-  dalloci.���������n basis for thc p������mnn!u������nt  Huperiitt'iieture that 1-. to rise I til or.���������  KhiRHlon Sinndiird,  UNLESS you see the name "Bayer" on tablets, you  are not getting Aspirin at all  It h* believed thai uMra-vlolfit llt?hl,  f.iiy.-v iH'e 3,m>je3y icewp-uwislbk'* for thc  t'mliiifi- oC muMOMin spei'lmonf* in whow  it-hhhh., and tkKpeiliiiienlH aro now bchifc i  mnd������ wiih it vh'-w lo obtulntnR k1������*������  which will be mI Ihfl hmiho llntd color-  lens   aud    llH'Kpf'IIHllVllk.  tVUnard'ai    iLlnlmont   ttittr .������al������   tavory-  \>-h*rt-  W.    H.    U.'   U2������  fVccept only an "unbroken package'''Of "Bayer Tablets  Aspirin," which contains directions and dose worked out  ipliy&kcians during' 22 years aad proved' safe by millions  of  by  for  Colds  fraothache  Earache  Headache  Neuralgia  Lumbago  Rheumatism  Neuritis  Pain, Pain  Ilun.Iy "Bayer" boxen of 18 tabl������t���������������Aim hottlctt of &L. and 100���������Dm^gliitrt.  Amptrln 1* the tratlo mfcrk Cr,������������lat*iy.������1 tt, C*������n������ila> o* ������By*r Manur������*rHir������v -rtK M-Ann-  ������e������H<tiiol������li)*������ter tst HBlt-crtlciiolol. While It I* well Icno-wn tliat A������p������rln monno ������*jrnr  iminrnir-iK-iur*, in aittiai tKn ni������>������So ��������� ������r*im>N������ bmtta>ll<������kii, |.l:t������ Tat������leW oi M*y������r C������mpm������af  will Um fllM-mped wILU. th������tr c-������ncr������<l tr������4l* ranrw, tun '"i������������jr������r i-i-urn*.  '-'*Z~~~~~~~~Z'",'fn'"'1" '"���������"'^i'''t'tvi'Wvtte<iniW'"'  MmmtMiiaMmkM  MWatMMiMHiMMMMMA  rnmumti* wnwiiw < wwwmii mn~tmt  iiii^iilililKilimHIHIi^i m~m mssm^fsmsm^MM  arly Settlement Of  trike On Uv S. Roads  s Now Looked For   -- o  -Hope for the speedy set-  the country-wide strike ot  - shopmen    was    seen  1Q  Hooper,  Chicago.-  tlement of  statements issued by Ben. W  chaitman  or tbe_ United   States   Railroad  L.abor Board, and  B.  M. Jew el L,  leader  ot   the sSiop   crafts,     who"  ordered the. walkout*. v    -  In a reply ,to a. lettesvfromJMr.  Hooper, which "was*-^regarded as";coa-  eiliatory, Mr. ;SewelLrdeclared that th������  strikers were willing to "consider any  negotiations'witlrany one in authority"  for settlement of the strike."  "W-^f-ariS willing.; to'stouter withv anybody authorized" by the, railroads to  faring^ peace proposals to" us."f said Mr.  Jewelk '-"I include or exclude -nobody, "but il". the Labor Board, i'or instance, came to us with" a definite  proposition'we would not hesitate to  consider it."  Mr. Jewell- made public 'the exact  figures on- the "strike "vote taken' by  the 400,000 members ol' the six shop  cvalts. The tabulation .showed only  94.7 per/cent. oT;the meu^ liad- voted  to strfke/ojn. .the tjuestion t>l- wages, the.  heaviest'^vbte - .for a^ strike being, on  Ihe question. - dT outside contract  labor, which, polled 97.1 per cept. ol  the    vote    cast.      The" ballot on rules  ~m  came second witb 96-2 lor strike.  In railroad circles it was declared  that the way already had been cleared for lull settlement-on the gravest  issue, thai _oi contract wont, by the  agreement "oC 12' roads--to., abolish  outside contracting.  With" the woiking rules as practi  cally the only obstacle to peace,  the opinion was expressed on all  -sides that, this issue would -be -a imposed of once conferences were undt-r  way.  Irish Civil War  WESTERN  EDITORS  Leaders of Republican Foreee Reported to be Seriously Wounded  London.���������The Dublin correspondent  ot the Times says that Catlial Brugha  was. the  last_to   leave   the   Granville  Hotel,  atid while the rest of the garrison advanced under a white flag he  , moved   towards   One   of   the   national  outposts,   revolver   in   hand.       A   machine gun opened on him. and wounded him in the-leg.      Brugha was^then  captured.  The^ correspondent learns that  Brugha's wounds -are serious and  tliat the republican, leader fias*' undergone an operation.  The correspondent also understand!" that the Trjsh Labor party  has invoked the help of the Catholic  Archbishop of Dublin iu an effort-to  end the loss of life and property,  and an important conference may result.  The Daily Mail's correspondent  quotes a Red Cioss motor driver who  arrived -at Holyhead, Wales, from  Dublin,^ as saying Rory ���������O'Connor,  Irish republican commandant, was  dangerously wounded while defending  the Four" Courts building, where he  was captured June 30.  lt is also reported that Mrs. Mac-  Swiney, widow of Teience Mac-  Swiney, 4ate Mayor ol" Cork, together  with a sister of Kevin ^Barry, have  been arrested.  Federal Ministers Will  epresent Canada. At  Next Genoa Meeting  Hubert Peters,  Editor of The  News,  Carbon, Alberta.  HALIFAX EXPLOSION  WRECKE43 HER NERVES  Prisoners Given  Good Treatment  O'Connor     and  , HI&   _ M-eh     Allowed  Customary^ Indulgences-.  Dublin.���������Rory, O'Connor and Siis  men who, surrendered after" the battle  of ihe Four- Courts are being treated  as prisoners-oT war, being allowed the  customary maulgencies of'hooks, tp-  bat'fo, changes of clothing' and^he  like. The Governor of-the Prison,  Sean O'Hegarty, is said io have informed them.-that this treatment is  without prejudice-to any status which  may subgeqxiently be accorded them  when the, fighting ceases.  Prince Receives  Canadian Airman  Used    to    Fly    With    Colonel    Barker  Durhig. War  London.���������The Prince of _, Wales recently received CoL W. G. Barker, of  Toronto; the noted Canadian airman  and his wife.      His ,,Royal    Highness  -mentioned to Col. Barker that he had  not flown since the "colonel took him  "rolling and diving"' in wa_r days. tsot.  Barker, formerly- of the^First C.M.R  irom Brandon, won the V.C. and "many  -other honors in the war and "liad a  record second .only io that of Gol.  Bishop, of Toionto; as" an aee--  Great   Future   for  B.C.   Mines  Nelson.���������That.   British    Columbia's  chare   of  the mineral   wealth  of ihe  Pacific Highland would in ful ure gen-  ���������**.  emu on s be proved io be equal m uiai  of the United States and Mexico, was  the prediction of Hon.-William Sloan,  Minister ot mines, in an address bc-  fore the international-mining convention. Ho said Ihe tide had turned hi  mining .and referred to the survey of  the province's iron ore resources now  in progress.  If Losing Looks or Strength  Read This Carefully  - .Once you were lobust, bright ancl  happy"--. To-day you are dull, worried,  failing in vitality and appearance.  Jus} when, you should be at your best  you're played out and need a cleansing  medicine. Get lhe right remedy and;  your" blood will redden, your vivacious  spirits will poon return, and you'll be  -yourself again. You should use^Dr.  Hamilton's Pills���������a truly wonderful  medicine. It drives away headache^  and weariness, lifts the load from  your liver;' tones up the "stomach, puis  you on your feet in no time. Use  Dr. Hamilton's Pills and watch the results,-in n wepk you'll feel like new.  All-dealers,. 25c or The Catarrhozone  Co., Montreal.  The reader will, no doubt, remember when a few years ago there was a  collision in the Halifax, N.S., Harbor  and one "Ot" the munition ships was  blown, up, causing great loss of life  aDd laying a targe portion ol the city  in mins, and causing a great deal of  suffering and distress among- the inhabitants.  Mrs. Winfield Dill, now of Windsor,  N.S., was living in Halilax at that  time and went through this trying experience and the shock wrecked her  ���������nerves. She writes as lollows:���������"I  was living in Halifax at the lime ol  the explosion and it wre-rl-rerl my  nerres ^so that I could not do my  house work. I would take such netv-  ous spells I would be under the doctor's  care.  I saw Miiburn's Heart and Nerve  Fills advertised, so I took two boxes,  and they helped me so much I took  six more, and now I am completely  relieved. 1 can recommend them to  anyone suffeiing Irom heait ahd nerve  trouble/'  >-   To all those who suffer irom nervous shock we would recommend our _  MILBURN'S  HEART AND NERVE PiLLS  as the best lemedy to tone up the-entire nervous system add strengthen'  the weakened organs, j- -Miiburn's  Heart and Nerve Pills are the original  heart and nerve food, having been on  the market for the past 27 years.  Price, St>d a box at all -dealers, or  mailed direct on receipt of price by  The T. .Milburn Co., Limited, Toronto,  Ont.  Highway Across Mountains,           *r  British Columbia Wilt Build a Road to  Alberta Boundary  Victoala.���������British Columbia wiii  build a highway to the inter-provincial  boundary by the time Alberta reaches  there, and the Government of this  province is prepared to co-operate  with the Alberta administration in  completing the "missing link" so that J  Canada may have a through automobile route from coast to eoastf Hon.  W. H. Sutherland, Minister of Public  Works, declared. He was addressing the pathfinders who journed to  Victoria Irom. Edmonton, and that is  the message he asked the Albertans  to carry home to their Government.  A scheme whereby the Dominion  and Provincial Governments shall  join in a 60-40 basis is a_ scheme to  build a half million dollar motor  highway through the Rockies from_  Kamloops to Edmonton, was advanced.  "Too many people are looking forward to costly roads, broad and "hard  surlaced with good grades and that  means tremendous costs," said Premier John Oliver. "1 favor instead  a policy of patching up the present  trails and making the most of what  we--.have rather than go without  roaas ai ah.  "I wonder if it would not be belter  to wait until we are absolutely positive of the best route and then make  a really good highway," he said.  ay Heat Domestic  *    Ottawa.���������Hon. W. S. Fielding, Minister of Finance;     Hon.    Ernest    La-  ^ppinte, Minister of Marine and Fisheries; and Hon. P. C. Larkin, Canadian  high -commissioner in London, will represent Canada at the next assembly of  the League" of Nations which opens at  "Geneva,     September    4.      Announcement to this effect was made officially.  While in G-reat Britain and France,  the Minister of Finance will take up  various     departmental     matters     be-"  tween  >those     governments   and the  Government oT~ Canada/"it   is -understood.      One of the    matters    which  may    engage    his    attention while in  Paris wilY be that of resuming negotiations wsth the French Government  for     a    more     comprehensive   irade  treaty    between    Canada and France  than   now  exists.       The  matter  of  a  trade treaty between tie    two    Government was beached- by* the French  consul-general     at     Montreal     some  weeks ago.     At that time the Government intimated its willingness to enter into negotiations "at a'convenient  time," but since  then  no action   has  been taken.-  Referring to this matter which w?s  raised in the Commons during the recent session, Hon. Mr. FJLelding said  he anticipated\g������"that one of these  days the French would take some  further action; that they "will give us  some information cts io what ihey suggest and our desire is to have again  with France a comprehensive treaty,  as we had a few years ago."- - There  is also the question of a.treaty with  Greece which may be taken up --'bile  fee minister is overseas.  New Road Ready  o Haul Wheat  err  CASTORIA  For Infants and Childreu .  Bro Use For 0ver30 Years  Always bears  the  Signature off  U   117" 13   miiko   mul   can  T*      ship promptly  Honey    Extractors   r���������,  Hand and Power,  Unc.Tpplnfl Knives nnd  Strained,  Sternqc Tonka,  HIv������b,      Swpnr**     find  .Fixtures,   ���������-������������������   Comb   Foundation,  Smokers       nnd       Bee  V*H������,  Itnllnti  Queens  and     ������vll     other     ivn-quifiltoa     for    13e������>  "ICoopInK  .Send1 tor C'nUitog-ua     *  RJJBBY MFG. CO., LTD,  Dept.  0. Ornntford, Onl,  Investigate Asia Minor Atrocities  London.���������The French, Italian anil  United States-Governments have accepted in -principle the proposals of  the British .Government In regard to  the inquiry into tho alleged atrocities  In Asia Minor, but certain moclifica-  tion.s suggested are under consideration, said Cecil Hai'msworlh, undersecretary for foreign" affairs, answering a questioner, in the House of Commons in regard Ip the position of the  proposal to -send representatives ol  the great powers for, such '.an Inquiry,  Estevan-Lethbridge Line Will Be  Bridged at Once  .Winnipeg.���������"We hpiie to have, the  missing; ;link������ in. the Estevan-Lethbridge line closed up in plenty" ol:  time to-haul wheat out ol" that section  this Tall by the neAV route," said D. C.  Coleman; Western A7ice-President of  ������������������the C.P.B. %.' local passenger service) Ihe. added, would be installed there  for the present. There are 27 miles  oyer which no service is being .given  in the broken link. Eighteen of'these  have rails laid. Nineteen miles must  be constructed to link up the long  projected new line through Southern  Alberta to Lethbridge connecting with  the Crows Nest.Pass line.  Finance Minister Says Fall  Best" Time  .,  to Raise Money  Qttawa.���������It it;-is decided to raise  the money required by the. Government to meet-loans maturing on December 1 in Canada, tbe "'domestic  loan will probably- ,be floated ih the  early autumn. . This was^ the statement of"Hon.-W:"S., Fielding? Minister  of Finance. He stated that the Government, aad not taken any sTeps in  regard to -the new loan but that the  early autumn would be the best time  to raise money through -u. domestic  loan.  Keep psiiiiiiion  if  BELTING FOR SALE  NJ������i*w mul iihCiI rJolthttf of iVfry tUim'tlp-  lioil h)ii piu-lI Hul>.|(;tl. lu (������|i|ikivj<), ������',in. li-  I > I v ik\v Mulihin- Hf-iriiiK. IiIkIi fn-*������������l������-  mrmllly, nt -tl)*: |x?r ft. jMI ������th<������r������ nt Invv-  4iHi nrltU'M III Oniiruln,-��������� York lEcKinK Co.,  IK.  Voik-S-t., 'Torrmtoi.  Out.  Ur.    N.    tr.    -M2R  Strike  Sends Coal to   Montreal  Monlrenl.���������-Am n direct refmlt of the  labor troubles in the ^United (Slateh,  coal Jh how, eomlttK into Montreal  from tlie Cnpcv Breion 'mined'at the-  rate of 21 enrgoes ������ mouth, ���������-carried  by companies working; und or the TlvH-  Ish Empire Steel Corporation. Further  eni-Roi*������ uro also corn I ihr Jt������ by chr-irl'-  crtd r-lenniorr..  Fire   Destroys Toronto  Brock  Toronto.���������Fire, which for a time  threatened tlie densely built on business and factory block bounded by  King, Wellington, Yorlc and Buy  'SI reel h,-destroyed the old Royal Theatre building. The loss is estimated  at $2()&-,000.  Pains in Back, Limbs and Side  Yield to "Nerviline."  !IC you have failed to secure relief  from other remedies, rub- on lots of  good old "Nerviline," the strongest,  niost penetrating pain relief on ihe  'market. Nerviline acts quickly on  small pains and is t;he' surest ^'ip]d'riye  out: the big ones. ijfc's because ev^ry  drop of Nerviline rubs iny; because;; it  has the' ability to sink in deeply, that  it drives away pain that ordinary oily  .Liniments won't touch, . Large 35e  "bottles at all dealers.   -  Lady Wilson May Become Candidate  London.���������The Times states that  Lady Wilson, widow of irichi Marsliai  .Henry Wilson, will be inviied'iovjstand  as trnionisit candidate for Pariiaroent  for North Down, her late husband's  constituency.  CLEAN YOUR BLOOD,  with PE-RU-N A.tliemoRh funi  I ous tohie nntl Mood purillcr  |on tho Norlli AiiK-ti-utm    '  continent.  -Get a  1 bottle  o~  P  Depreciated Currency Law  'Ottawa.���������--The depreciated currency  law na It affects the imports of Roods  into Cnnado, will npply to Roods from  Germany/ Austria,. "HuneiU'y, JuRO-  Shuvlh and Ilussla, uccoidlng to. In-  ntnicllonw to'tfiolleelors of ciiRlomif  wifiieii iKtve been lirauod by tho ile-  tvarttm-nt here.  today;  nnd Int.  UiIh   Jii-tin I  IkMnii m������ill<!lno  wi|ii >*<iii hucl. to  liiii\l]*.jjtii'lni������<*j,^i3������.  TW.t'lC-mi.NARlv-n  >ou amnpnatiltie jnurity  nndonrlcl) lliohli*)!); current.  Htomucih nnrl   Itowol  Troulilca; atr-nriialicn   tlio  nor vim; umiI (ildar mxvuy.aM  ciiturrlinl IntlunwinUorj.  Tlm'rfl In limil'lli,"vEuor nud  vhulilylnlM-J-llU-lVA.  C������*  ������ llAtll-H   to-������ttoy~  Sold Kv������>rywll*������������������i*    l  wf I PE-RIJ.M C01WFANV  \    J 344S1. Pan !Sl., Montreal  |>'ropoBe<l dividing line,, according to  ihe charge, was to. follow the River  jllain.  I ���������        '':  Treaty  of  Rapallo   Ratified  Berlin.���������Tho     treaty     oP     Khp'nllo,  '^tignctl between "Germany nnd Russia  ^luring the Oenoii con Terence haa been  *Vnlifted by the Kiiehstag.  ���������!?   There    wn������     no     debate  ovor   the  Question of; ratiflciv|.Ionf with ihe ������x-  repllon  of remarks  by a  cOnvmunist  ,-dejfiuly,    who     dem uncled     that     the  Snraty'bc ampllfinS    10*    Include     the  olhf'r Soviet repwblicn.  DAUGHTER HAD 1  TO HELP MOTHER  -*���������*  J    i  Summary  Servitse  Originated in  Wartime is Still Maintained  London.���������In the House of Commons  Premier Xloyd  George! replying,"to ~a  Question  on   the   order  paper,   stated  that the,.editor oJ^jyhe; cabinet seei^e-  tariat prepared weekly summaries' of  information    for     communieation     to  members   of   the   cabinet   and   prime  ministers  of  the  Dominions.      These  summaries  were  compiled from   telp-  grams, despatches and reports which  were furnished by a number   of   Government  departments.       They  originated   in   wartime   and   had   been   continued   after   the   prime   ministers   of  the Dominions had been consulted and  had expressed themselves as in favor  of their retention.  Guilty of High Treason  German Baron,Convicted on Charge of  .   Communication With. French   ':'. y  j Berlin,���������Baron���������"���������; .Leoprechlinig;   'lias  been"; found guilty* of high'treason and';  sentenced   to    life,   im prison ment   in  ^lunich  on   the   charge  that   he   had  ^een in constant communication with  French Minister Bard In Munich and  yas  striving  for  the    separation    of  ������outh 'Germany arom North aermahy I     Jasper, Minn. ��������� "I saw in the paper"  by French occupation  troops.      The" about Lydia E. PinUham''g VcgetoblQ  Compound nnd took  it because 1 was having: Bnch pains in my  stomachand throuch  my hack that l could  not do my -work. I  hnd trjed other xned-  icine������, but none did  Now Can Do All Her Housework  Alone Because Lydia E. Pinkham's  Vegetable Compound Helped Her  3 Wait Till After  Election*  r\ Winnlpo*?.���������NothlriB will be done by  "the Clovernmont of Manitoba in tho  :way of ptii'ticlpatlon In (he :lnter-pio-  vlnehtl conl'erencea on wheat control  until political co'iadilions In this province have been wtnhlli"z.cd by the general election on July IS.  me tho good that  your Vegetable Compound did. Mow 1 am  ublo to do all tfcy  1 work tdono while bo-  _Jfore I had my daugh-  :or Btaylnff at homo to do it. I havo  told n number of friends what it hna  done for mo nnd give you permission to  use mv letter nn- a tefltimonin;l.'r--Mr3. -  JjSaSB F������T������RSEN,l{outc ltJaBpcr, Minn.  There is no better reason for your trying LydtaE. Pinkham's Vogotablo Compound than thEs���������it haa helped other,*  women. So if you suffer from displacements, irregularities, backache, ner-  vouaneaa er are paBsinjy tlaroiiEh fho  Chancre ef Life remember thia splendid  mcxlicum. What it did for Mra. Peter-  eon ifc may <lo fer you.  The "WejEetaola -Corniiouwi wtamim ti|M������m  o fotindawon vf uenrly fifty yeara *dS  mix-vice. SffiBSEB  ><  THE  CBE8TOH   HBVSEW  Local and Personal  ICE���������Ic.  pound delivered  on.    AppSy F. K. Smith.  in  Birth���������On July  9th.  Mrs. C. Olsen, a sod.  to   Mr.   and  Peck's    Ba d     Boy   at   the    Grand I quiet and docile, $125 cash tAk^s them ]  Wednesday,  July 26lh���������a big  special   both.    Jock McKay, Liister������  comedy film at regular prices. [  j    As Mrs. Hamilton, librarian, will be  Kolraes is spending; part  away on  vacation the latter part of  of the summer yaeation with relatives J July and early >URUst, Creston   pub-  Birth���������On July Ilth,   to  Mrs Jas,! Middlemiss. a son.  Mr.   and  Mrs. R. S, Beyan returned on Tuesday ffom a week's visit- with Nelson  friends.  For Sale���������50-pound lard pails at  50c. each and one-gallon class jars at  25c.   Norris* Bakery.^  Applications for hay cutting per-  "nrits on the flats' may be had at the  office of Hose S~ ximmons.  NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS  and friends in L-ethbridge, Alta.  Cherries For Sale���������Hoyal Annes,  $2.30, for 4-basket crate. Bings, ������2.60,  cash with order. Apply T. Mawson.  Creston. B.C.  Master Norman DriffLe of Macleod,  Alta., is here to spend" the surnames  holidays at the home of his uncle,  Ernest Driffile.  Isobel and^Aies. Gunn of New Denver are spending part Of their summer  vacation at Creston, and are guests of  Mr. and Mrs. Crawford.  Cow Fob Sale���������Three-quarter Holstein cow, 3 years old, will freshen in  December, $65 cash, Can be seen at  Fitzgerald Ranch, Oreston'.-  Cow Fob Sale���������Holstein-Hereford  milch cow and heifer calf, SCO for the  two. A. Wilson, Grady house, Fourth  street, or enquire Review  *rkAR,,  8.  tenders**" endorsed, "Tender  for Rock" will be received by the undersigned up to noon, Monday. July  31st for quarrying and breaking about  1500 cubic yards of Hock at Erickson.  B.C.  Particulars and Form of Tender can  be obtained at the office of the District'  Engineer. Court House,-Nelson.  . Each   Tender   must   be accompanied   by an   accepted bank cheque for  Two Hundred Dollars. $200.00.  The cheque of the successful tenderer will be retained as security for the  due and faithful performance of the  work till the satisfactory completion  of same.  All cheques to be made on chartered  ' banksand made payable to the Minister of i-ubiic Works.  The lowest or'"any tender not heces ���������'  sarilly accepted. , '   ��������� -%  v. WILLIAM RAMSAY.  . District Engineer..  -Provincial Public Works Department.  Nelson, B.C. Ja!y 20fcfc, 1822.  Mr. and Mrs. Jim Cameron of Cranbrook were week-end visitors with the  latter's parents'here, ein route home  from a holiday visit at coast points.   ���������  Miss Doliy and Theodore Moul of  Vancouver are Creston visitors at  present, with their sister, Mrs. Stan.  Hendren, who went to Kelson to meet  theni on Monday.  At the initial meeting of the local  school board Trustee Staples was re-elected chairman of the board ,for this  year, and S. A. Speers is re-appointed  secretary-treasurer. The meetings of  the board will he the third Monday oi  each month as in the past.  Fob. Sals���������Holstein cow, 4 years  old going 5. due to freshen August 18  (second calf). Also oncHols&ein heifer almost two years old*     Guaranteed  lie library will'be closed Saturday July  29th and August 5th.  - If you haven't Tend the book y'quVe  at least heard of tbe bajprels of fun in  ���������'Peck's Bad Eoy," the roaring juvenile comedy which will be seen in pictures at the Grand on Wednesday  night, July 28fch, at regular prices. ,  JPor. Sale���������Three hundred and  twenty acres -near Arrow Creek,  known as sub-lot 54. . Purchaser may  have choice of north or south half at  $10 per acre, or the whole lot at $8  per acre. W. K. Esling, Rossland* B.C.  The biggest crowd ever seen a& a  Sunday baseball game was in evidence  on Sabbath afternoon for the match  with. Bonners Fwry, in which Creston  trimmed the visitors by a score of 8 to  1. ��������� Fiftv autos were counted at the  grounds that day.  -Ear! Swanson ieft on Sunday for  Fernie. where .he has joined the staff  of the C.P.R. as joiegraph operator at  the depot. He had pretty;well picked  up the work in spare time at the Ores*  ton station, and should "have no  trouble holding down the job.  Mr and Mrs. A.' H. Forster of Toronto, Ont., who^are on .their way  home after a holiday visit at Portland,  Vancouver, and other coast points;  are spending the week in town the  gueat of Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Cook. Mr.  ForeBterahd Mrs. Cook being cousins.  missioner in London, England, who  will speak on marketing B.C. apples  in the Old Country.  This week will about see " the wind-  up of the 1822 strawberry shipping  season, and it is doubtful if the export will reach more than 10,000 crai-ess,  as compared with nn output of at  least 18,000 crates a year ago.  Mrs.  J. H. Webster, who has been  a hospital patient   at   Cranbrook   for  Cloverdale, while for this year the  schoofwill haye a lady yice principal  an Miss Vickers 6f Salmon Arm, who  replaces Mr. Peatce.^. N"o appointment  has yet been made as second teacher  in the high school. *  Miss Phvllis Lyne, aa August bride-  ^lert, has' been guest   of   honor   at   a  number of .pre-nuptial social functions  within the  past week.      Oa, Wednesday evening last Mrs. Ebbutt enter-  the past month arrived home on Man   Gained at a shower at which the Rirl  day. accompanied by Mrs. Loasby and  her daughter. Miss Louise, of Vancouver, who.is home on a visit. Mrs.  "Webster's recovery is quite satisfacr  tory, bnt it will he a few -weeks yet  before she can navigate without  crutches.  V a-x -B  ���������* vjjc ut  ~.~.A Z- I   |ia*bi'iiai-uues  xt A3-.-.���������  tJt-KT    UIIIIJ  friends of the guest remembered her  generously with tea towels, and <m  Wednesday evening of this week Jfies-  dames Brousson and C. Moore were  hostesses at a miscellaneous shower at  the home of Mrs. Moore. ~"     .  Try the Drugstore First  BRING US YOUR  WW.  ���������   ���������  8  R. E. Beattie. who Is now resident  atgVancouver. was here at the end. of  the week looking after business interests in   Creston.      The report peisists  that   he   will  o*L������������������. ai/  ..ex nnnninted  a  member of the harbor hoard at Vancouver, and will most likely be selected chairman. s     &.  Growers are  R gain reminded   ofthe  ineeting on   Wednesday   night*   July  126th,  in   Sneers'   Halls   at   S   o'clock  prompt, which will be addressed fry J.  Forsyth Smith. Dominion fruit   corn-  tribe of the Goat River canyon dis-T  appeared from the stream on Sunday,  when Mr. Bush had "fch-6 good fortune  to land a whitefleh weighing just oyer  three pounds. This is undoubtedly  the largest fish of the species ever taken in these waters and it is presumed  it was quite an old timer in the  stream to develop that size.  ������������������������������������:���������- /  Wm.-jiariisay of Js-elson.' district est-  gineer, who was here on an inspection  trip at the end of the week, announces  that an appropriation has been made  sufficient to build the hard surface  road into the Erickson depot.'and that  the work will be completed by ih&*\  end of Septembe. A new bridge will  also be put in at Nick's Island, in ti cue  tp take care of the haymakers.  Word has just been received that a  shipment of new boons for the Creston public library is on the way from  Victoria. Before these can be opened  up it wiH be necessary to return the  old ones, and library members who  have bonksNout are asked to return  them on Saturday, 22nd. or en Thursday afternoon, July 27th, when the  library will   be  open   from 4 to 6.30.  The trustees have been successful in  already filling all vacancies in the public school   teaching   staff   as   follows:  I-  AHD  Tf ll  Unir'5, NAiteAn% W!!!tnl'S >  Gfibcolates  CREA  glials on titM  Take some on your  Picnics.  Primary room. Mies CreigV������iOu ������f Sid  ney;   Division   III.,-   Miss    Wade   of-jj  orrss  S������*-$  \ft^vSmt.1& &*wtt*mtm  R5JU Bsml.a ������pbib^������*  GRAND THEATRE  I .  Yqu want them developed correctly, printed properly*    i  and returned promptly.    That is the kind of  Kodak finishing service we render.    Have us  develop a roll and you'll know.  ���������Leave  them THIS  morning,  ���������-Get  theui  NEXT afternoon.  Finishing that's right, and right on time is our specialty  B������fM ilL-UMlW  Mail Orderc a  Specialty.  Phone Service t  Prompt Attention  H  COOEY CANUCK RIFLE  For shooting Coyotes, Fox, Groundhogs, Gophers, Hawks J  and the pesky old black Crow, and all small game in  season. Made of the finest bar steel, with genuine  walnut stock, pistol grip, oil finished. Bolt action  the strongest and (with our patented* automatic  Safety half-cock on tne bolt) the safest and most reliable action made. Has eight grooved, accurate,  hard-hitting barrel of the finest manganese barrel  steel. The eight grooves gives it 585% more rifling  than in other rifles.    We have two "Cooey's left and  m  jtfw^ Bm-m jg-m ������!*��������� jSgmm iwm     *rm4i&      dtS^ttSP    JSJifSPB  'Every part  of onr Rifle is thoroughly tested before on**  Red Tag Guarantee Card ib attached,     Hem ember  the name���������it gets the game.  ���������m      Mr      -A       x^g.000. -trfmi**i  jr-^. "(fc    f ���������*-*%. "Hf~"fc   V^*V JnK^lTI"  "IT 'W"*\ "���������Hk   IT**!  MAWSON   BROTHERS  Betecr Service General Merchants Lower Prices  ,-n  rv  Hey, kids I   I'm coming again !  And I  p������ot a riot this time ! Everybody likes a  circus, but I'm tolling you this is better  than lany circus for laughs.    Don't miss  weeing it;   its a boar, believe me.  JACKIE COOGAN.  Children, under 12 yrs. ���������  Children, over 12 yrs. ���������  JSm��������� aim ��������� H BIT'Cft bi tin 11 iihi.im.   ' im.. i ..-rn.  ,tr~.~~ax  oUCt  1  I  RRBflRR  -jjKjB.**^gKtf^^ jn^nfBT  iMimiiiiiliiM  il


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