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Creston Review Jul 14, 1922

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 Riifiv  Julv 5s������s!ofi  The July meeting of   the   Hod   and  Gun Club on Thursday, night? last was  a very busy one, one of the big items  for discussion   being-   the   regulations  governing bunting the coming season.  In this connection the club favors no  change in the  seasons on bear, goat  and duetts, but would' make the geese  Reason from Sept.  3rd until May 1st,  3*923,   On ruffled, spruce   and   willow  -grouse, they ask a three weeks' season,  from Sept-   16th   until   October   ?th.  For deer they advise  a season extend-  .. nig from the end of September  until  December I5tn.  and would haye the  buck law apply to white tail1 deer only,  v^jtii tueTkiH  Siruited to two of either  species of three in all.   These suggest-  ions have gone into   the   Game - Conservation  Board,   which meets about  the end of the month   to   frame   this  year's shooting regulations. -  The club* has decided to take greater  interest in  trap shooting, and it -was  ^decided    to   finance   this   branch   of  activity by- having all who are inter-,  ested sign  a  petition and deposit $$,-.  ma^~     - ._..��������� ��������� _    3     s���������     *V ._    _    . ���������   x -    .   '-?  wave    uitsucy .iniscH    hi    uiio   way   vu   uo  used in this purchase^of ammunition  and clay birds and as soon as the sup-  ply arrives open thesSggason and give  each man $5 worth of ammunition in  return for the five spot he advanced'  the club. The trap-shooting grounds  ai;e being put in shape and will be  cgady-ip about ten days, the Cran-  brook trapshoots being expected here  for ar t?<etum match on opening day.  ThejBecffetswpy ctf   the   local   club  has  none the less regretted is the passing  of A. W. Brain, who died at his"home  here   on   Monday    evening,   afttr   a  lingering    iii ness   arising   from   lead  poisoning which   he   contracted - late  last fall, and which confined him   to  the hospital at than brook for almost  the  last six  months, he only having  returned at the end of the week.    Tlie'  late Mr. Brain  was   one   of   the   first  residents of   Listei\   coming   here -in  August, 1919.  f i-< hi i the coast, he haying been   in   tmsiiiess   in   Vancouver  prior   to joining  up for ovecsejta service.      The   funeral    took   liaiseson  Wednesday    to"   Cieston    cemetery^  Rev. G. Knox performingthe last sad  rites.    Deceased was up to the Jlme o  his lilness    an   active  figure  in   the  community life of  Lister, and at the  time of his death was chairman of the  school board.    The greatest sympathy  is   felt    for   Mrs. Brain and the three  daughters and ono son who are left to  ft'JMH ?������^rp M?~ BiB  Oa'  ���������l *  , -T-  ~-~-**.M,m.tva*\  ~>  i������r  'J  I        '.      -  For what, will p^fcbably be  the final  big , gaind ..pf ;^bej<suBnxner season the  b'asei^^^ providing  ^hat'.;wiil^a^uKil������^* hev; the best game  pf the'yesoii0i.j^ ^rraay ^tfternoon;* July  "I6^;;;^^*^^;t^^onh*9t*s Ferry nine,  tjilie-cla^ will meet the  ��������� Ci^tOn-^amrr ^  zm  piincipal of Lister  the following pro-  y  In  ;to;assft|re close, high grade  hall .pi^ten^aittpvis being reinforced,  anc| f<?r-thl-i-*tt;������!C-^f^������n- will likye the ser-  i^ces^;;||itche!l Jlrajd '-Mickens,;ya.- bat-  +~~-m*we~- ���������4r%%i'~ai-r-p-Z.O   *r*~ri4~ Z'iia+rj.tsXtl**^-   *������������*.  >l������M,^1*A!f������'  Kocitenay-ccMintie^     sSfhrs will permit  of the'plftytng j^ptelfpra;:iti. left field,  and Doni  Pe#ar''^^iiV?.'^;v:'io^ii^-' lo  mourn his demise.  Miss   Campion.  school, announces  motions: From Jwnior-Third to Senior  Third   Reader���������Margaret    Little    79,  Dorothy Weston 71. Alex. Mitchell 68,  Marvin Little.64,   Albert Mitchell  60,  Jessie   Brain   50.       On    trial,   Merle  ./���������>������-. .z __������������������_- _  *VHUii**wa������*ii.  From Senior Third to Junior Fourth  ���������Doris Millington 70,   Frances Malthouse 69, .Eva Brain- 80,   Cora Framp  ton 59,   Jack J-o������V 58,   Harold Frampton -5Q.   ���������'..[������������������  -Z--y-j ���������?  /From  Junior^Fourth   to   Entrance  Glass���������Clara Litlle. Ronald Brain;  Honor Rolls: Proficiency-���������Margaret.  Little. Deport iuVnt���������Albert Matchell.  Regularity and Punctuality���������Frances  Malthouse, Cora Frampton, Mary in  Prtees.: * ���������*i  centre, thus ejBfectfvely plugging ujj������ all  the \veak spoite**^^ the "defense and  giving the iocais-a batting strength  that ought* alihdst carry through to  victory^    The Hn^ip for Sunday after.  nor������n;.wilt:.be^-^:::?||j^-*    .*'  Mitchell; p.Z.?Zz$      .  MicKemsv-c.':**:.*;.:^ ���������'..'���������  McKelvey. WPX -Z :,   ���������  Atkinson.*2b.\^ ���������''",*'"- ��������� *  Bleuntenauer. sfe.  Long^Sb.  yloi  D: De"wai\ cf .rs:  : Teltm&Z^mPppZZy 'P  ��������� ���������"���������'Seserves���������K=-q?fp?eWHT','';* E. '���������  Tji  C. fipttesilt. jPZZZzZ ":^-/* .������������������;:.*      *  With "the assiiVan'^:! "of ; top notch  batterv work' ba^.ed;iip "by-the above  array of fielding- talent Ci-eston will  always be sis^ thSShttnfe<and -the" fans  Avill see the most excfXirig clash of the  year. There ".s^utdttfe?3������- ba nn er crowd  the iiOiBesters. and in  ill. Edward Martin. Beulah Penson,  Richard Hall, Florence Craigie. Kenneth Davis.  Prompted"Trom Junior Fourth to  Entrance���������Winnie Palfreyman. Effie  Littlejohn, Jean Craigie,iRobert Long,  'Beth Putnam, John Hall.  Perfect attendance���������Maud Botterill,  Edward Clark,   Warren Harrison, Ed  waid    Martin.      Edith    Palfrevman,  Winnie   Palfi-eyman,   Beth   Putnam,  Jean Wood, John.Hall..  -,'��������� Miss Holnies final report on Division  II. is as follows: Honor Rolls: Prp-  ficiency���������-Margaret' Fraser. Deportment���������Billy Wood.^ Regularity���������  Lk>yd -Cnrtwright.  ''IP-rises for ��������� gircllcleriey wet-e also  ���������awarded -Richard Thurston, Leila  Fi>rbn������an," Frances . Handley, MurieT  TlsurBfcon.  Promoted from .^Flrsfc Palmer to  Second Pritn*er^���������Lethe Davis, Muriel  Thurston, Billy "Wood.. Frptn Seccfnd  Primer to Junior First Reader  ���������Frances Handley, *. Sidney;r Scott,  Sylvia Stinson, Maurice Kelsey ;Roy  Penson. Clarence Bdtterillv ., BVpm  Junior First to Senior First Reader-  Leila Foreman, Marion:, Foreman;  Dennis Harrison. Senior Etrst , to  Second Rea,der���������Richai?d Thurston,  Uj.ygrls&s.pritTjagH!- Second ��������������������������� Readec.to  JuPioi*������Fhird���������-Margaret ^saser, James  Hknhl0y, Waiter Dpdds. Ituhy Martin, Madeline Putnam. . On trial���������Ailsin  Wood! "':':'."'I'';': ���������-".  "''"'/   *.;'.,\'*"y.  Pet-feet. . attendahce���������Lloyd Ca^t-  Wright,, ,Ruth Cartwri ght. ���������=- M argai^et  Fraser," Frances Handley,. ��������� Douglas  Putpant, Sidney Scott.   ���������':.*-./  School Maetsng  V������t������������ JKR.2OO.00  ���������^  out to  support  ..������.., _. . ��������� . ���������   . view of the expense the club has ih.  written Cranbrook   thanking formfeed iiittle.     Prtaes;     ��������� Neatness���������Munelle | c^���������^^^-���������thiB':'i|r^^#"^^^���������;^n���������itihg-v Vii  ^the  hospital|t^ispensed the O^to -..-.-.-t :.-.... . *.*-.^;*..  who wfeire At thfe divt&ioBal city fforthe .   i'^.;....;,.. j... * '."...'���������_,.    .,-���������. . "���������"������������������������..-i-'"Z  .*  shoot^S^monm^tr iPZZZZZ      ^������=������������^^ ������   *���������- ^������"^ Da V,Sio������  OraribrobW  ji^^*������^^VC^^-**eas^ ^  plac^^n;trappin^a  imalB.^;i ^Jt/ife^j|^p|i^'< ^Rfe^*!������w<rf  tikis? liralt-^S^MBsosoBfc ���������': iot; -tvsiijsj3~~.g' ��������� dens  such aciioti is unnecessary.  * ProVihcial police McLaren has been  asked to supply the club with a quanta  ity of posters. ��������� defining the . fish and  game laws, and the club 'will Bee that  these are posted on all the streams  and other likely spots. The committee  in charge of tlie wild rice planting ie>  ported that on the slonghs they had  been able to inspect the rice was coming along fine.  A petitibn; ie to be circulated for  signature of all those interested who  favor closing the Goat REver froifa the  Canyon to Kitcheher���������hut not above  that point���������for two years. Fishery  inspector RobEnson is- quite optimistic  that If the closure la.put on the stream  he will be able to get a good supply of  fry and re-stock the riyer. Until such  time as a close season is enforced restocking Es out of the questEon.  y. Mies Irving asv folr  Mrs^ Smith of Porthiil . is, a  j*  visitor.  pick of,\tl)te^wB^^e^*eahi&.;;it' is hoped I |^e ^t  pesent   with   iter   daughter,  the eb!!ecti^������&;iffiiSl\i)������B:.i^8iaily'*'asrg^^^^.i-'Mi^s,'Dwk, Smf'^  Pttraep���������MflreMtllitigton, Wallace'Si%  clair^ Xrene "Wel'spring. Phph ie.PrimerJ  'tot*F"ii^.R^d^r*-r^iliyY*rbUry^  mitcheI^.^^irst'Reader tp Junior S-ee-^  ond���������Siida   Fii n������er.   Marfearefc  "GtijHtl?:  mers,','���������'��������� ���������������������������^lbjBPt* Weston,,   ^<:acy   Ly*e,5  Gladys Brain.   Agnes   Sinclair.     On  trial���������Fred vYei-bury, Geo. Frampton.  Junior Second to Senior Second���������Jack  Bird, Fred We8ton,Chariie Malthouse.  Senior Second  to Junior Third���������Geo.  Chudley.    Arthur   Thompson,    Peter  McKay.  , Honor Rolls: , . Deportment���������-Jack  Bird. [ Proficiency���������Hilda Filmer.  Punctuality and Regularity���������Agnes  and Wallace Sinclair, Spelling���������  Hilda Filmer.  '���������" Best *, Attendance: First Primer���������  Wallace Sinclair and Irene Wellspring  equal. iPhonib Primer���������George Mitchell. Firt Reader���������Margaret Chainiers,  Hilda Filmer and Agn^s Sinclair all  equal. ' Junior Second���������Charlie Malthouse. Fred Weston and Jack Bird  etj.ua].    Senior Second���������Geo. Chudley,  MJmtna*  ous as the atteletdahce.  ������������������   -  -  - -"-i^*^-v^^K=sstf*������*:<a,.Ss:  I ������������������ i'P^yB^iMri%  1 ^^--V^'^r^-C^C''1*  J-~r'-Jt-  Kitchener  Jess Filmer and H. Langston, who  are working in the Continental mine  at Porthiil, are visitors ait Lister this  week.  No time has been lost in securing a  staff pf teachers foi; next term, as it ia  stated that Miss. r Redpath of Nelson  and Miss Roorks of Grand Forks will  havo charge of the Li������ter school next  year.  Mr* and Mrs. Garland of Creston  were week-end visitors with Capt. and  Mrs. Rowbury, the two - men trying  ont the fishing on Goat River with  tome success.  The annual school meeting on Saturday night waa but fairly well  attended. Trustee Mrs, Millington  opened proccedingGL. ancl then aaked  &he Mit'i'tln^r to ftppolnt tt tcBaak-taaaa ffor  the evening, Cfeorgo CJhudlley being  tho choice. As a former trustee tho  late Mr. Brain, had resigned, and the  other trustee, Mr. Atkins, is removing  from Lister, It was decided to adjourn  the selection of trustees until ���������*% later  date, and in the meantime Mrm. Millington will look after school affairs.  J. W. Head waa the unanimous  choice as auditor.  Although not  entirely   unexpected  Mr. and Mrs. Fransen were weekend visitors with friends ut Sirdar.  Mr. Sence of Spokane is located here  at present, in charge of pole shipping  operations for \the Pa ti loon-Mason  Company.  Mr. and Mrs. Paulson and family,  John Paul Mnson of Tacoma, Wash..  have been here for a week, und are occupying--thoir tctimmor cottage.  Mrs. Hunt and Miss Schmidt were  week-end    yisit ors    with   friends   in  ErScisoon,  The- Brickspn sec$fois*"*������'������^ene^*;^6fee  1922. raspberry shippfng ---season,:; the  Sanf Scott ranch having a. crate for  'Export on July 5th. -Z-.Z-.-  -ZZ'  ^ Mi-s. T, Di xon, who has. spent the  past two months here with her sister.  Mi*.. E.. Oartwright, returned to her  home at Coronation^ Alta., this week.  Miss Ruth Klingensmith was a visitor with Yahk friends a- few days last  week.  Missv Vaughan, principal of the  Erickson school, got away at the end  week for New Westminster, where  she will spend the summer vacation  with friends,  Mrs. John Graham left last week  for ' Wetakiwin, Alta., * where she will  spend about a month visiting with  relatives and friends.  Miss Rubv Palmer is home from  Regina, Sask., to spend the summer  vacation with her ' parents, Mr. and  Mrs. M. R. Palmer.  Mrs. H.'Campbell left at the first of  the month for a holiday visit with  friends at Hillcrest, Alta. ,-  Frank Stirples has "gone to Grand  Forks where he will again beln charge  of the Staples Fruit Company, Ltd,,  operations at that point this year.  t.-S-^-.^.^.'-j.-i,*.-:  ^therrrisf--  The Piiulflon-MaHon  pectedv- to   comtuenco  Monday.  sawmill   is  operations  ex-  on  Mr. Crowe, manager ofthe Kitchon-  ������r Timber Co.,. *v������s aibtiBtness  visitor  at Oreston thiu week.  TENSERS f OR COMPLETING SCHOOL  Sealed tenders so marked will be re  celved by the undersigned up till Saturday, July 522nd, 1IK&, for the completion of the unfinished room ofthe  new school, which Is to bo finished  same as room already occupied.  Work to be -completed by August  Ifttn, MX&L- -., Ixiweat or any tender not  necesanrlly accepted. Far all other  information apply S, A. 8PKEBH,  Secretary School Board, Creston.  Mrs. liundv and children got back  last week from their holitlav trip to  Summprland and coast points.  At the annual school ineeting on  Saturday night everv thing passed off  motjt< liai-mouioutily, W. W. Hall und  E. J. C Richardson being re elected  trustee and auditor respectively fc^r  another term, and the sum of $2000  was vtftecl to carry pn school affairs  with during the next twelve  months.  Miss Vaughan, principal of Erick-  non Mchnol, Ishiibh that the' following  report on the yonrV work  In Divlsioti  I,: Honor'Rolln: Proilciencv���������Kathleen Littlejohn. Deportment���������Willis  Wood Regular! ty-~Ed^'ard 01 u rk.  Priy.es for proficiency were also award*  ed Edith Palfreyman, Winnie Palfrey-  map, Effle Littlejohn, Jean Wood and  Stewart Penson. Eleven pupils wero  avvai-ded cortllScntoa  iv. pctaniaticfcSp.  Promoted from Junior Third to  Senior Third���������Jean Wood, Stewart  Pcn&on, Edward Clark,  Annie Botter-  ^*;;&;*sfl5t5^,*������ss. __  -   . ..     .. ~--;--<f*tifxr  Zt-~tihHZofiZ$/^^ " "*"'  pv&eiy ��������� p * i^^iki^ZiZZZ^i^Z^^W^^Z'.. Z$Fi.&  ;served>;*b^:MjSi!daiiies ���������'R*si^:4^sAZ^^l?r  and the; evening:twafe'tfejrfHJghly^n-:  joyed 'by'ali,.---'.. yyiP .  Tile Ahmml school meeting -took;  plkce on;Saturday night. Victor Carr  is again back in harness; succeeding  John Johnson, whose'term has expired/and Guy Constable .was re-elected  auditor. The amount voted to carry  on the school this year was 9300. "  Mrwand Mrs.   Halco. who have been  visiting with Mrs. J. Parkin, return  ed to Michel on Sunday. ������     >  Strawberry seamen is closed-so far ab  shipping at the Smith Crossing goes,  and the shipping fs hardly more ^lian  one-third of that of la^t year.  Mr. Aldei-son, who has been super  vising operations on his ranch here,  returned to Hosmerfon Monday.  The flrst .raspberriea from this sec-  tion were shipped ��������� on Monday, the  Stewart and Vaness ranches each  having a crate for export.  Mrs. and Bet-tell Carr, who have  been visiting at   tVynn'del,   returned  on Tuesday. ^  The first Skinner irrigation system  in the Alice Siding section is now in  operation on the P. Rose ranch.  W. Gregory of Michel is hrre. helping with well-digging operations on  the J. Parkin ranch. -  Tenders are being called for bv the  tru������tofis for ^the erection of "Si two-  rootn cottage to be used as u teacher's  rbsid'ence on  tho school grounds, bids  to be in by the end of the month.  E. Piche Ih tho latest land buyer in  this section. He has purchased 20  .adrea in the.LakevEew heights section,  jnttt north of the Barm dough place.  and is getting.on with cleHring oper  niinnfl.     The   nalo   wna'tnnde   by   R  i *  TENDERS FOR TWO-ROOM COTTAGE  (Sealed tenders .ao marked will \m- re  culvert by the . undi'i-nEgncd up till  Monday, July 31, 1022, for the erection  of a two-room cottage on thc Alice  Siding school grounds, building to l>e  fnnml������M.i������il by A������������frimt, 2CVfh. Low***!,  or any tender notneceaKarlily arcepted.  For plans nnd all other In Forma tion  apply to W, II. MATHER. Secretary*,  Oreston, B.-CV  An even two dozen ratepayers were  in evidence at the annual school meeting at the   schoolhouse   on   Saturday  night which was, on  motion, presided  over ,by- A. R. Swanson, with  S. A.  Speeas. the  trustee   board   secretary,  taking down the minutes.  . For the first time in several years  yherewas a contest for the vacancy on  ������ie trustee board, the ballot, however,  being in  favor of R. B. Staples, the  retiring trustee.      For the eighth suc-  cessive yea^jpr., Henderson  -was   selected as auditor by acclamation.  The accounts for the year just ended  showed that $10,81^ had been spent  on education the past twelvemonths.  S4795 had been the district's share of  the teachers': salaries, $4200 had been  spent in erecting-a two-room addition  to the public school and equipping the  one room which had been used for the  primary scholars, the janitor work  cost $600 fuel $235. and the balance  had been eat up in various iincidental  expenses.  For 1922   the   estimates   had   been  .wrtined to the limit and by  the exercise of the utmost frugality the   trus- .  tees .were enabled to 'keep the  1922 23  demand down   to   $8200,     This    year  thei-.e^will bean extra teacher to pay  ans^^lie salary ���������' schedule is as follows:  Hi^t;b'ch6'ol principal, $1120;    second  rooiaC' ^IbB  -^school    teacher,   $1070;  public school principal $1120;    teacher  Division IL. $795;   Division ltl., $620;  Division lV.v$570;   Divistod V.. $570.  To this stipend,   of   course,   must   be  added  another $580, which is the department's contribution tisc"the cost of  education.       The"   government    has  aigireed to supply thedesks for the new  room .in. the   higtr" sch-obl"   and ; in  '.^���������::-^i4~^-zr.5tnrr.VuJn*r-~rr -���������^-'������������������.^^jxarx  GOUi  i^vuie. irusteescore  :,wdlI;do^i|the^tiw^Sw^  will be needed tci;meet.. ths ihsuiance  pqlFces ch^*^*idKf>t������^i^iH7^^^i^ *ailid*^t':-is  hoped that how-the cost'^liyirig^has  been^ reducedthat notwithstanding an  extra room to take..care, of the janitor  will still l������e'available at $600.'  No complaint \yas registered as to  aJdiuRii second vmui tii" the high  school but a motion wais passed that:  no pupil be allowed to attend the  higher seat of learning unless he or  she be a bona title resident of the  school district.  %ffi$Jf������333������l&&  Monday saw the last straight cair of  straw berries shipped from here, making a total of eight cars for the season.  The berries, however, are still coming  in good, the express shipment on  Tuesday morning was 4-85 crates by  the Co Operative Fruit Growers, us  well as a considerable shipment by  Staples Fruit Co,, lAd.  1 Mr. Hale, postofllce inspector, of  Calgary, pn id an official visit hereon  Monday, and after going through the  postoffice accounts took a tour around  the berry patches here, aind was delighted with the sight of all the red  berries.  Misses D������*iiny and Thompson, who  have Ihm-u assisting H. A. Bathie, jr.,  with his;Herry crop, returned to their  home at Willow Point on Tuesday.  Mi������* Alice Piggott of Vanpouvtfr,  has been the gue-st of Miss O. Hnsin-  dale,-relumed to the coaston Monday.  Site found the mosquitoes too much  for her.  E. F. Post of Cranbrook spent the  week-end here, looking up old friendh,  returning on Monday.  Huspberries stuvted   t<i  la������.t Friday.   Mrs.'J. B,  the earliest shipper.  It-i-uvlw-Jfla !k Co. a>f S-ixX.!.. h^ve llic  nnw two-room schonlhoiiKeunder way,  and fxpret to have tlvn job completed  in about six weeks.  Wynndel  biill team cleaned  up  a!I  comei-K in   a regular  hasehall tourn. .  ment  at Ci'est^kn oa Sunday.      Thej  trimmed up  Ertclcson lfl to   I���������-Krict-  t-r*t*t h**-vsriir tnrtAvitnt-ily iwnl^n Cr^������l4������n.  They next tuck led a union Creston-  ������Hrieu.a.ii-ii 1 eani held thtr-t.. to a 3**{**;corc  In llv#������ inningf.  move   here  Etudd   Ix'ing HBi'g  :- or.  KSYXSW^ CSLESTONv B <X  e 'Vigil-ant'  "Eternal vigilance Is the price of liberty. This is a maxim true in all  walks of life, but it is- especially Uue in the lives of Western Canada farmers  during these admittedly trying years. farmers jw-itli years of experience in  these Prairie'Provinces have come to understah.dVcoaiiiit^oas^^ndv^ell "know  wiiat should be done, "and can be done, b&tier than afiyqifte elsfebilt the fact  must be recognized that here inihe wjst hui^r.eds^.j^e^J:hofisaT||;s, of men  . are^engaging in the work ol agriculture who are more"oj; less 'new to this  country and have, not yet gained that*, .experience of y conditions here which  will <mable them to combat adverse conditions, \Htli? tlie"' largest" possible  ���������measure ot success. Jr. may, therefore, not.*be out of place, and, indeed, oi  some value, to. emphasise one or iv.o factors which are essential to'success  ���������in this country. ''���������������������������:    '.���������'-'���������?���������'*������������������/?��������� -���������_-������������������- y.-���������*������������������ ���������   *���������;;*���������  At the time of .writing agricultural'.conditions in .Western Canada are  distinctly favorable;'���������more favorable in tact than -they have been for some  years. According to mid- June reports-from all parts of the West' the growing, crop is/most promising. Alberta has more moisture than in any season  for five -or six -years' past, and both Saskatchewan and. Alberta haveu-beeu. visited with copioiis rains over large areas, with tlie result that all. grain is making splendid growth.' The reduction in the acreage sown*to wheat in some  sections is fairly well offset, by increases in other grains." -; .,;  But, let it. be repeated, eleraai vigilance is the price .4~ liberty,-and-liberty  for the Western farmer at the present  time means security from the many  dangers wiliclv threaten the growing crops.      Some' things he cannot prevent:���������  hail, for example.      But  measures, he can provide some measure of security through  TRIP HAMMER  Heart trouble lias of late years he-  conie very grevaient. Sometimes a  pain catches.^ ou '������tit the region of tbe  heart," now. aiia-.tlS&a yottr lieavt skips  beals, palpitates, throbs, or beats with  such"*Tapidity and violence you think  it is going to burst. -' ,  You have wea* and dizzy spells,  sinking sensations, are nervous, irritable-and-depressed, and if you attempt to -walk upstairs or any- distance you get aU out of breatlu~~  We know ot no remedy that will do  so much to make:.-.the heart regain  strength"and vigor, regulate its beat  and   resteftre   it   to   a   healthy   normal  condition as will  MILBURN'S  HEART AND NERVE   PILLS  where it 3s impossible   for him. to adopt preventive f    ������rf;J?^a^^  ueasure of security through insurance.*     The i^/*** ?a^ltSt,on 0t,tlle h^-T}z^5  HEART WOULD BEAT  LIKE A  Yalue o������ Raisins  More  I th  wise man will make such provision.      If his crop escapes, he can well afford   --.Zfz,  to pay the premium; if he suiters hail losses, he is the gainer and all is not-  lost.  In recent years the West has suffered enormously from the grasshopper-  pest. Experience has now shown how to. successfully combat this scourge,:  and preparations for so doing h������ve been made by Governments and municipalities on a large scale. It remains for the farmers, individually and collectively, to unite their forces and through the most effeetiVe co-opei*ation  with official agencies fight this scourge to a* finish.' - As the motto of the  llotary Clubs say: "It can be done.'" It remains for. the farmers during a  comparatively short period to put up a fight.- It is a fight which, if waged  successfully tills year, will likewise bring results in improved conditions in  the years to come. - ..     -  Then there is the weed pest. It, too, must be fought. Unless it is, it  will conquer an the end. and, unfortunately, it is not.merely the 'sloihful, lazy,  indifferent farmer who suffers from it, hut iiis .industrious*-neighbor as"..well.  and the community as a whole. In districts where the late,'wet swung made  cropping of the land impossible, farmers should this year wage unremitting  warfare on weeds, and the neglectful farmer in this respect should be brought  to book by municipal authorities: If the individual farmer who allows his  land to run to weeds suffered alone, it would be serious enough; but. when  through his slothfulness and neglect, whole districts are threatened he should  and must be made to act in the public interest if he will not in his own.  As the season advances, and the grains and grasses ripen and dry, all  possible safeguards against Are should be provided. ~. Last year property loss  in Canada from fire totalled over $-45,000,000, or more tlTan $5.00. I'or ewery  man, woman and child in Canada, not to -speak of th-d even more serious loss  of life and others injured and maimed for life. Fire in these Prairie Provinces is a serious thing because such a large proportion of "the population  live in rural parts where it is well nigli impossible to provide-efficient fire-  fighting appliance. Prevention is better than cure, especially in,the case of  fire where too frequently there can be no cure. At harvest" and threshing  time especially, let it be repeated, that in the matter of freedom from fire,  eternal vigilance is the price of liberty.  Parliament and Legislatures, spurred on by the farmer representatives'  and organizations, are struggling with the grain marketing problem, seeking  to devise ways and means whereby the farmer will receive an adequate  monetary reward for his toil and husbandry, but their best efforts will hardly  net as substantial results as can be achieved by many individual farmers for  themselves Ihrough the taking of absolutely necessary precautions ahd thereby, preventing losses against which legislation will not pa-otect them.  Constant vigilance, and the taking of'simple, commbiiserise precautions  for a few short summer and early FjUl months may estsily result in larger  gains than all the legislation in the world can provide, and without which all  legislation is futile.  as going up-  heart woufd  least  exercise, such  ,up  a   hill,   my  beat like a trip-hammer and at times  I was dizzy-headed and had a sinking;  sensation as if my time were neat.*  A ft;iend suggested I fry -Mil-burn's  Heart and; Nerve Pills, so I procured  "three boxes, and by the time the first  One was used I began to improved In  ail I Look six boxes, and now although  in rny 66th year I feel like a young  girl; uol dizziness or heart-thumping,  and., can walk, miles without fatigue.  At time of sickness I weighed 120 lbs.,  now I weigh 150." .        .������-'.,  Price 50c a box at all dealers, or  mailed ���������;. direct on.^receipt of price by  The T. Milburn Co., Limited, Toronto,  Ont.  New Flying Machine  Vickers      Amphibian      Viking       First  Vessel of Its Class to Reach  Canada  The Laur^ntide Air Service has received i rotH Engi&riii a "Viciters Aiii-  phibian "Viking," the flrst flying vessel  of its class j:o reach Canada, and representing the*"latest thing in post-war  airplane construction. The machine  was purchased two months ago in  England, and is to be used by tlie-jco-m-  pany-as part of an air fleet of four  similar planes for aerial observation  and photography in connection with,  forestry patrol work.  Raisins Make Plain Foods  Attractive"and Healthful  Because -of their valuable iron-content, delicious fiavojr and economy,  raisins are becoming more and more  popular in ; m6st every luome. " Tlie  addition oC raisins to every-uay coods  makes them more tasty, and of "greater health-benefit.  ^Many housewives have discovered  too, that by flavoring with raisins  they can popularize bread- in their  homes, making it one of the most ^attractive loods they serve.  The luscious sauce formed from the  Sugar of the raisins when thcy are  baked in a loaf of bread, permeates  the dough with a ricli raisiri flavor.  The sugar, in practically pre-digest-  ed form in raisins, is quickly turned  into renewed vitality..""/'When you are ,  overworked and tired, it is because  you have exhausted 5our"'/enejrgy.  Then yott.. need energizing nutriment,  and a food like raisins, rich in sugar,  will often revitalize ypif.-.:..  , .Organic iron, so plentiful4ii.'raisins,  makes red blood. '- Tlie blood assimilates it readily and none of tile '"digestive organs are taxed. For builtiing  up enduring strength and energy  there is probably no food combining  this function with such'. "a'...delicious-  flavor as raisins!  Many plain foods that you serve  regularly can be made, more attractive to every member, of your household, and more beneficial iu a heal th-  ful way, by adding raisins. This is  especially true in warm iv-eiiiher,  when the excessive heat saps so niuch  of your energy. A good starter is  raisin bread���������buy a -loaf* ""from 'your  oatter toFiigut ari<������ serve, st r-feguEarly.  lis popularity in your home and its  ability to replenish tired people toward the end of a warm day will surprise you. ;-*���������....*  It Seems ,"So m -Many QUases  and Good Health is Aiwa*  -?  NarACCa WW  At 0 -X0t~,-���������~���������.^im~-- j  Viscount, Saskatchewan.���������"I toale  LiyAia. -.&.. Pinkham's Vegetable Cptu- ���������  poiuid.; for weakness pE>, th*^.. t'effia'a  organs. 'I had" pains tit the "back aad  b&aring-dpwn pains in the tLbeloaieu.  and was in a -geuevai -.ruu-.dowa con-  dition. I coxild not sleep, rest, or  work and was quite unfit to do ��������� evea  slight household tasks. A friend told  me about your 'Vegetable Compound  an-d I in my turn truly recomniea.i  it, as my severe symptoms vanished  and I ,am better .in every way". / I  do my own work, look after niy children and see to chickens, cow ."���������'���������arnil  my garden. I also recommend it  for young girls who are weak; and  run, down, as my /IG-yeair-oId-.-daugh.-'  ter Has taken it and is quite her o"wa  gay self again."-���������Mas/ Fhesx Wix~~~zt  Viscount. Saskatchewan. P-?-       ���������  I Liye --Oh'- A Farm  Upper New Horton,"E B.���������"I hav-o  taken Lydia E. Pinkham's medicines  and they have done me a world oS  good, Since-4!xen I have "been abla  to do my housework and I have -a,  3ot of work tolSo as I live oa. a fario^  Seeing your advertisement an tha  papers-was what made me think ot  writing to you. I hope this will help  someone else.''���������Mrs. Wm. B. Kkiver,  Upper New Horton, New Brunswick.  Get Free Sampt&.From YdurDrugg/s*  BARELY LIVED THROUGH IT!  School Gardens  A   terrible   experience   had   Edw.   J. ; Child   Led to Cultivate a   Garden  Will  O'Connor, ol" Sault Ste Marie.      From!  boyhood he writes: "J have been a|  consianf; sufferer from. Aslluua and:  Catarrh. My nose and throj;i was |  often stopped up. and 1 had disagree-j  abie dropping.; from my throat. YVhenj  an attack of coughing came on, it j  seemed as if I would barely lived j  through  it.       I  would gasp for breath, i  Liliely b-2 Willing to do Other  Helpful'Work  i.s   an  easy  but   harmful  practice  i child to be coddled,    in    school  at    home, ana" left  to play until  the dominant idea of .the child  comes  to be that the world owes it a living  lt  for  :  and  WOULD 10T BE V/ITH0UT  Automobile Roads in B.C.  G-J-'eat activity prevails in the prep*-  Minard's Liniment Relieves Neural'gia-' ara.rion   of  automobile  roads   for   the  -. ��������� j-summer's   tourist   traffic   in   B.C.       A  Among   the   natural    history   curios";'gang'-.of  Ihree   hundred  men ��������� ar������ ��������� now  discovered  by  the   tvlount  F,v������rest  pedi-Uon was a whi'stving hare.  Twenty-five  life of a coin.  years     is  the .'r-.vern.ge  ex 'at work on. tire highway between.* Ross-  .land and Cascade; which .will  connect  the. boundary  with .the Kootenay   re*.  gion and is expected to be comple&ed  this.*season.   .   *.���������*.. ...*���������:��������� ������������������'"*...  Ca lai-rlioxone    made     me    well.       It s ���������  sooihinp   heating   anient   was   exactly |^nd  1he chance  to  have  a   good  time.  suiied   io   my   case."       T-o   tho^-e  who lit  is a  little   harder  but  a great deal  suffer   from   Catarrh.   Asthma.   Throat j more    serviceable    to teach the  child  rrrilarion     and     Bronchitis   Catarrho-1;       liQ        aa^elsewhere that the world  zonn   ii   hiKhlv   recommeucled.        I wo , . ���������  man; Its  ireatmenl   one dollar,  smaller i owes  and  wjH give if nothing: that is  si*>-s 2~������c &���������  50c at :til dealers or The ! not   paid   for  in   honest   labor.       The  CY-uai'rhoxone Co., Montreal  Very   Close  "F.)hi   > I'tt  say   your luishanf  of  tiios.'  1-Hncin:.':  ������������������zc-v.-rir-*!"   ���������  "Y*-���������:*.  very.       11.*.   lik-*.-*   one  t������>    It**-    'iu?    HSv'tiH    fl '*.''.'*    S'en'i'S."  \ cbild wlio is led to cultivate a garden  J regularly   will   very   likely   be  willinc;  ; tu do other helpful work when occa-  is   iintd j sion   donKinds  and   at   fhe  same   time  'will be cultivating a character-full of  \is dins j promise  for the  duties  of laler  years.  i ���������Kansas C'ily  FUar.  Once a- 'mot lier has used Baby's  Own I'abl.e-ts for her little ones she  vvould not be without them. - They  a.re tiie" ideal home remedy for the  baby; beiuj^ guaranteed io. be absolutely free from opiates or other  harm i'ui drug's'. . They are a gentle  but" thorough laxative and have been  proved of the greatest aid in cases of  constipation, indigestion, colic, ��������� colds  ahd simple fevers. Concerning thenc  Mrs. Ernest Gagne. Beausejour, Que.v  writes: "I have used Baby's Own Tab"  lets for constipation and colic, and  have found them so successful that'I  would not be without them. L would  strongly recommend every mother to  keep a box in fhe house." The'Tablets are sold by medicine, dealers or  by mail at 25 cents a box. from The  Dr. Williams Medicine Co., Brockville.  Ont.  Had Your  Iron Today?  WARNING!    Say   ?cBn.yer"   when   you   buy   Aspirin.  Unless yrm se<; (he name ^Bayer" on tablets, you are not getting Aspirin at all. Accept only an "unbroken package" of  "R;iy<?r Tablets of Aspirin," which contains directions ancl. close  U'i/ikc-,!  cut ",;: jr-V,-:::..  ���������������������������'���������������������������   *"   * ���������   ��������� ,*-,       j * "  r-  :in..! ;prn*vr;t '-a  niilltous. 8'or  Colds  1 -fe;id.ictie  Rheumatism  Toothache  Neuralgia  Neuritis  lirmche  Lumhn^n  Paini,  Pain  A Cruise on the Great Lakes  Enjoy to the Fullest Extant tha Trip  East ' .  The trip lo Eastern Canada or tbe  Unit nd, SUH os can be made doubly enjoyable by Including the dolighU'ul  cruise on I1h:> Great LakoH from. Fort  William and Port.'Artlmr to. For) Mc  Nlcoll.lir 0 wo'ii Sound nn tht? Pn la I in I  Canadian Pacific Steamers "'.Koo-  wuiin-," "As.sjiilbula," and "Manllolui."  Tluvn* .sailings a wpo!< from Port  William and Port Arthur every Wed-  iK'sdn.v and Salurdjiy lo Port Alo  Nicoll, wltero direct ' connection \a  ni;*de wii.ii .sjHM.-iai traltv for Toronto,  an cl wvery Thursday for Owen Bound.  Tin." (Iieat Lakes l.rlj* is a delightful  dlvcM'.sion in i. Ue East���������Ilea Liu I, cool  unit refreshing.  Tho Ticker A^ont of the Canadian  Pacific will !><������ pleased to give full In-  formailnn a^ lo rates, snlUngB,' etc..  and arvatiKe p\ory detail I'or an en-  Ju.sahle   l*i|>. K !)  Soil, corns aro dllTlcull lo eradicate,  lml Itolloway's Corn Remover will  <lrnw then) out  painlosHly.  FTjindy "Oftyer" ho������ci <������i P>. I,mhi,������������������������������������ -W-s* IviUlfi t,i -������.k\ am, HM������*-*-'J>rujfgi������i������.  A������i>trifJ   l������   I tu*   ttl**     ns.iri-r   ���������* rr r,".v\\ it.-*I   In  f*;in������i1.������i   nf   Hav*-*   M������ mil mt lino* nf  Mnnri-  tkit'tit .ii-iJi.-m.-. ui .������������������,','.* ,:'-u,',, I ":r: ".' >��������� !r) **"**!' -���������-.,������������������.- ti;i������* t.������r,ifi., ,,r.-~n- m*\���������r  >ni������i������inf������r*i-ir<������. lis M.ttl0- tint iMililt*"* nK*������l'i������l I mil I* I im.*, tin* 'i'n Ii|.i-Bi������ of lUftr t'������tii(ilur  iwLli   Uw   ~i~t**'.',*i   'vwltKi    CUHlr  g������������t*������irtil   tr*������fft   ������iu.rU.   ������������n   "Jl������/.jr   Cf������������#,"  Up to  Date ...  Jones. Sr> your boy Is home from  college, I.Joes he lake any Interest  lu yum rami";'  Smith. -He's beginning lo. Ue  Hiiowml me where we could linve a  Hne k<1Ii" courHe and how wimple. It  ���������would hi*** to turn the barn Irfto a  Kti.ram������.  Minard's    Liniment    for    auto    ������v������ry-  whnr*8  t  IM.    U.    Mill  Delicious^ Raisin Bread  DO  tins some  morning; and  surprise the  family:    Serve hot raisin toast at break-..  ���������fast,,, made from  full-frutted,  luscious  raisirt  bread.    Let your husband try it with his coffee. " Hear what he says, "��������� '"-. >���������>';��������� '��������� k  Your grocer or !>ake shop, can supply tlie  proper bread.' No need to bak& at home.      \  Made with biff, plump, tender, seeded Sim-  Maid Raisins, and if you get the right kind  there's a generous supply of these delicious,  fruit-meats in it- ;-���������  Insist on this frill-fruit rd bread and. you'll  have luscious toast.  Rich in energizmjj nutriment and iron���������  Kreat food for business men.  Make most attractive bread pudding, with  left-over sLices. There's real economy in bread  like this.  Try tomorrow morning, A red ;������uiiuLe.  Telephone your dealer to send a loaf today.  Sun-Maid  Seeded "R & 1S IH S  Make   delScioun.-.bread, pie:,J   pudding-*),  cake������, etc.   AhIc your Rroctfr for tliem.'   %?nd  for free hook ef tested recipen. i  Sutt-Maid Ruisin Grow-ern^  Mrsuhfnlit*. U,00t)  Dept, N -4*^-1*������ I'rnno, C������ll/.  ill ii r Park a gra  wMimiii^wiwiiiiiiyiii'MiMilinimiWi'iliBiiiwiiiliti!  MimtimwiiMiwwiiWi  liiaMiMiiiiiiiiiii^^ !THE REVIEW. CEESTON, B. Qti  HKeutt&l Zona In Ireland  ��������� a  ft--** K~S  -1-ti  fi   B   I  For North And South  WESTERN  ft y.  ft 4������Z    ������-���������*>     I-1    '  EE FTORS  Belfast.���������The "big neutral zone experiment, establishing a five-mile strip  of neutral tenlfory in--the FetUgoe  and Belleek district ot the I'lslerFree  Sune border," under a tisife agreement by the Rnlish, the" provisional  and norihom governments, is made effective, Premier Sir James Craig, of  IJlster, told an interviewer.  Premier Craig; said the military  took" complete contiol ot t-\vo and one  half miles on either ������>ide:o,f the bolder.  the Roxal Ulsfei Constabulaiy taking  ������ne side and the Free*Rf:;te police,  unarmed, occupj^ng the othci t-ide ol  the bolder.  Premier Ctaig explained that the  zone was an experiment, but if ii  pro\ed satisfactory it might be extended to other portions of the border where disturbances constant! y  were arising, especially where ���������the  railway ian in and out ol" Free State  territory- past Liffora.  Sir    James     intimated   that  if  the  violence andjlisorder and" fcrom alj  burning and looting. lt is a, bold request* to maue. God grant that it  may be received in the spirit -in -which  it is made."  Germans Could Build  Long-Planned Tunnel  Minister ������f Public Works Submits  Plan to French Government  Palis���������A huge Avar reparations plan  undei which the Germans who recon-  bfrucr France-and aiso Duiid'the long-  planned tunnel under the English  Channel has been submitted by the  Minister oi Public "Works, M. L.e TVo  quer, to Premier Poincare, who has  laid it before the French members ot  the    reparations    commission.        The  i^Talfc    &%������* ~T~\ &F&* ^ 1     13*1 ������&4*4?������ Am  *S5 ~m~.mlL.  *   mmm���������^  Reg.    M.    Oliver,    Pubhbher    o������  Herald, Miniota, Man.  The  plan involves the use of German labor  and materials to the extent o. 2Uf000,-  000 000 Irancs.  neutral zone system worked out as itL   The* newspapers publishing the de  was intended, it might supersede the (tails    tull>    approve    the project, de  II You Have Neuralgia,  Rub on "Nervilhie  proposed boundary commi-non which '  Ulster had refused to^eoo^nize.    The  zone would make no difference in the  administration ol local affairs.  "Military control in the zone," the  premier continued, "wilt not mean  martial .'law, which I; regard as the  negation, of all law. The zone might  last a few years until conditions have  settled down and Ireland is quiet  again. Our legal advisors on the  spot recommend it as -an experiment  Intended to deal with ah exceptionally difficult problem." '      ,,  Lord Mayor Coat'es said.that when  he visited the home of the late Field  Marshal Sir Henry Wilson on the ..day  of his assassination, Lady Wilson said  to him: "E trust his" death will be a  benefit to the future of Ireland."  "Prom;, that moment," the* lord  mayor continued. "I resolved to  make'one'raote appeal'To the "inhabitants or Belfast. lt is first to ask  those who are Protestant^,-TJniptiiBts  or Loyalists, out of respect' to cthe"  'memory-tot, ���������ih&jlate^Sir'i Henry,, and^  second, 'VlK ftqmari * .Catholics, who  very often" * complain "that'those 6.  their religion, are objects of atlack**-**-  to stsk every-oii'e itJ fact, to refrain  I'or-the next-10"-'flays from all acts of  daring "that under it  OJetiiic-m^ fannot  refuse   to ^lav.       They a.t'sei*L~itiat   i* ,  she is able to carry on ihr   - ni-ui  tion ol ra:h\a>s and tt Ie^i^ph 1'i.c    ii'  German j    &he   is   able   to "ie-."*ws. i-uet >  the     worn-torn    areas  in  France  and I  also to help build the canal's,- electric |  power plants, and railways -'which are j  needed in France and which are now  under partial construction. *  Murdered!  Put right out of business, a   whole  Appl y Nervi 1 ine to the : sore s po t.  Notice the warm, glow* jihAt ^spreads  d^epet and -wider as N^rviilne's soothing influence is cairied deep";into ^he  soiu tissue. How quickly-the pain is  <ased. In a little while "you - hstve  ���������'oi poteen if, the. soreness has -actually  lone. For Neuralgia,-Sciatica, Rheu-  m<'li>m. Nerviline is a boon. Large  ooc bottles       Sold everywhere.  Successful Chinese Trapper  Reaches   Edmonton   from   Far   liforth  With Good Catch of Furs       r"  Edmonton.-���������Mah_ Loo, Chinese trap-'  per'from Fort -Chipewyan, is a visitor  in 'the   city,   disposing   of;   his   winter  family not of good  honest follt's--hut~[ va.tch of peltries from the Delta conn-  of    Corns���������sore,    troublesome    corns j try . at   the   mouth   of   the  Athabasca  j iJtver, where during the cold weather  season he was successful in .making  a big catch. '  Mali Loo is the pioneer Celestial of  the north "country, and though others  pf his nationality h^ve strayed towards the Arctic Sea on the British  Columbia and Yukon side of the  border, so far no Chinaman has attempted to gain a living from the wilderness in  Northern Alberta.      *  that sting and bite. Putnam's Corn  Extractor isTthe only painless sure relief for corns, it never fails, 25c everywhere. ..    ..*  Canada Should Advertise  Ottawa.���������Sir Louis Davies, Deputy  Governor-General, in formally proroguing Paz liament, reviewed legislation,  passed during the session which has  closed. The act based on the report  of the special committee on transportation costs would "effect immediate  substantial reductions of f-reight rates  in a manner which cannot fail to be  ol far-reaching benefit to all parts of  the Dominion," it was declared. -  Measures adopted for the returerid  men would do much to ensure fulfillment, of the patriotic purposes they  were intended to serve. By amendment to the election laws, full freedom of the franchise had been se-  cured for-, additional thousands of Canadian women. ,  The Speech from the Throne, following a?" review b^ sessional -work,  stated that a conference bet-ween  Federal and" Provincial authorities on  unemployment was being arranged.-  J. T. Shaw (Progressive) West Calgary, asked whether the premier  could- give an assurance that re-'  distribution would proceed the next  general election.  "I think I can assure the Honorable  Gentleman," replied Hon. Mackenzie  King, "that there will be no eleetkm  before the next session of parliameUt,  and as soon as the "next session convenes it is the intention of the Government to introduce a redistribution  measure."  E. J. Garland. (Progressive), -Bow  River, asked whether there would be  a fall-session of parliament.  Mr; King replied that in this matter lie wished to consult the convenience of members    of    parliament  "The Bight Honorable gentleman,"  comment sd tbe leader of the opposition, "has retired from his last possible position, not with good grace,  but with as good grace as eould be  expected."  "I may remapk," returned the premier, "that the leader of lhe opposition has accepted it with his usual  grace."  "Because," asis'cered Ms*. Meighen  "he has now taken up the position  that 1 have always occupied, and. this  Is one: of the great reforms that was  promised ���������vfr-hicfc has turned out not to  be a reform at ail but merely a  promise."    v.  Thrnks  System Belter  Drury Satisfied W ith Prohibition After  Visit to B.C.  .- Toronto.���������-"In my opinion .Government control of liquor is not anywhere  near so successful as the temperance  measure we have in Ontario-���������straight  4 prohibition," said Premier Drury on  his return front a fortnight's sojourn  in British Columbia, One of" Canada's  two "wet" provinces.  "From the standpoint of temperance," he a"dded, "I feel that the system we have in Ontario is the better  one= I come back more: satisfied  than I was before that straight prohibition, is the better of the two  policies." '*..  '.'- _  Blistered  Feet,  Sore Feet,  Ttred.Feet,, BRrpi-  ine and Acliine Feet.   After a liard day's work or a Ioiir tramp and  yotir feet are completely u-te������L .tip,���������b:itho them  ������n hot water, then rub them \v-ftU with 'MIK-.-  ARirS L1NLUKKT. ft will relieve you  ami yon-will never be without a. hpttle,  W" 'ANTED"���������:������jTLESNfAlT^VITH  Ford in each town. Make  $150 weekly selling greatest Ford  specialty invented. Mllfred, 75 Jarvis,  Toronto.      ���������       '  Member   of" British*-Parliament   Says  We   Should Tell  the  World   What  We Produce  ���������' Toronto.���������Canada needs world-Avide  rulilicity, declared Sir Charles~F. I-Iig-  ham, member of the British Parliament tor South Islington, in an interview here. As an Knglishman who  is supposed to know what is going on  in the world, he said he did not know  very much about Canada because it  did not advertise very niuch._  "I do not know the type of manufactures; Canada .can produce," Mr.  ���������Highamsaid. * "What Canada is famous for'is lier fine soldiers���������admitted  as such by Everybody who came into  contact with them during the war, and  the enA'Wof all7 nations. They gave  the world a great advertisement of  ���������Canadian manhood;r^-_ now in peace  times the-same must fce done for Canadian products in the world's markets."-' r*"  Plead .-Co-operation 3etwie������-n Provinces  Montreal.���������The Canadian Society of  Technical Agriculturists met --at  Mac-  ri������  Jisge-diav RgudLims  !ave Been  Five   to  Get    Long  Many Were Wounded  Hamburg Rioting  Die   and   Others  Prison Terms  Belgrade.���������Following the trial of  several hundred persons charged with  agitating against the public security,  five''' have been condemned to hang,  seven were given twenty years at  hard labor, and sixty-eight received  sentences ranging one to sixteen  years.   '    .  King Alexander has pardoned  Steitch, the twenty-e I ght-y ear-old  parnteiv who was condemned on Feb.  23 for his attempt to assassinate the  King in June of last year.  and    he    understood ~ from, the- three | Donald College in convention''with de-  whips-that it  would   suit    the     great  majority  of the members   "if"   parliament met early in January.  This .announcement    was    greeted  with loud cheers.  legates present from all parts of Canada.- Pleas for co-opera.tidn and better understanding between the provinces  marked   the   opening   addresses.  at the various gatherings.  W-TO,   iimkn   mul   can  ,**     ������lilp pvoinpily  Hortny    ������x������ractorn  ������������������  H.-ind nnd'Power.  .  Uncnpplno Knives and  Strnlners,  Storaflft Tnnka,  Hiv*s,       Supers       i������ii������B  riv.lurrs,  Comb   Fownr).iitlon,  Sinokcro       nnd       Deft  Vetln,  Itnlliin  (ind     nil  Quctris  uflu-c     >^'i|tiit:iit������,.s  K('������'|>lllK-  ^������l.d    (tn-   *''ui iiUiftUt:  for    IVn  RUD������Y MANFG. CO.; LTD.  ftl    *%tt**U ht - 4       w * '* I*--- %   S-t li\T ** i    SP&      \m-Ti\ *  Disturbance Caused by Demonstration  Over*  Rathenau Assassination  Berlin.���������One    man    is   reported   to  have    been    killed    and    ten    others  wounded   in   disturbances   which   followed, a ...big  demonstration  in' Hamburg over the assassination of Foreign'  Minis ter" Tt:Uliennu'.  "���������"i While   the /'crowds  were   dispersing  Hioy '"'round'' fully armed police; standing - at  strategic .point������  under ��������� orders,  to* fihoot anyone who: loitered..     Dis--  turhances    followed   and at one point  whcVe the demonstrators   refused    to  move,., l,h6;policp fired,    ;.;      . '        , ���������  Ollicial     announcement,    has     been  made  that Chancellor Wirth* tenipoi'-  v������rilyi hnd taken ovov  fhe portfolio of  foreign miniflter, ma-de vaciint through'  the aMHassinatlon of Dr, .RiMhenuu.  For Catarrh*.���������It is one of the chief  recommendations of Dp. Thomas' Ec-  lecfxlc OH that it can he used internally with as much success as it can  outwardly-.- Sufferers from catarrh  will find that the Oil when used according to directions will give prompt  relief. Many sufferers* from'1 his ailment have found relief in the Oil and  have sent testimonials.  s  \y.  N.    tl.    H2T  Lnrk'm   Denies  Rumor of  R-eslgnatl'On  London.���������lion. P. C, T-nrkln bays  tho rumor Hint lu* mny rentpn iir Cun-  adian High ConmtlsHlon������r is iireros-  terous.  HespatclicH have been Kent." nut of  Ottawa to tlie effect, that Hon. Mr.  Lui'4-dn hns ( intimated to Promim*  MncKensjle Klnpr Ihat he would re-  ������Ij*?n thc hl^li _ conimlsKlonorPhlp  within  the  m>xl  Tew nioiifh������ and  re-  V  Onm    Ml   iillUHlill   Hf> ,   lit}       WSIN      oui,      *tf  Hympiiftiy   with  the   immigration  policy of tho DominBonCovfrnmrnt.  Claims Plot Against  life of Poincare  Member of French Parliament  Accuses Communist Deputies -"  Paris.���������AcourIiik Communist deputies in the French chamber of Inciting a plot to assaufdnafe Premier Poincare %nd .demanding thatt a law be  prtf'ficd InintedSntnly nutlnoviV.Inn the  MJnEmet; of Justice to plaice the most  violent memln;rH of the Communist,  party under .arrest, ..non "Dstudet, roynl  mem hrr of Purlin mcml, enliispd nn uproar In lhe chatubt-r. 'I'he debale dc-,  velo|je<l into InvectlveK ngaiUHl the  Pro mier from tlio Commmnlut henr-iiPH  In ^.���������liS<-Ti 1hr rry,"Polnrarr* Tnr-rmr  war," v������������ flung'ut M, * l-'nlnenro hy  I'Jcjiuly Krj-UiHt. Idiiffonl:.  After   Outdoor Sports  Summer's -picrcfW sun-  ithlnie ilrm nnd lr������lto������*������ in* wm.  Aiu i- b*tlvlnt! i>������>������! "i"��������� OM"������f"1  ������POtu, u������n Murdif. It looihe*  ���������ml h^mirlfi-rii. Sold ���������������������! reco������n<  t,*i[iiji ,| V*-; <tnii-i!'������" 'vwrwhw,  Satisfies the sweet tooth* and  ���������aids appetite attd;d^  Cleanses mouth and teeth.  A great hooii to smokers,  relieving hot, dry mouth.  Combines pleasure and  benefit*  Don't miss the joy of the  new NIPS���������the candy-coated  peppermint tid bit!  Chew it after every meal*  Fas  mW-mWmmmmW'  'ES  Packed  Tight-  Kept ������J5>  it jiiniftt  .DA Ifl  iitmu  TENDERS- FOR CLEARING  or^i.E.L, TENDERS so tnarked will  n*ra a -tr *3������F>  bfe   received  THE GRESTON REVIEW  $3.00 to" U.S. points.  C. F. Hayes. Editor atid Owner.  CRESTON, B.C., FRIDA^jJJJEiY 14  ��������� ...h    by the. undersigned at  Kaslo������ JB.B., np-tri Tuesday, J������ly 25th,  1922. irt* clearing, stumping, -grubbing  and burning all timber, brush, stumps  at������d roots on the right of way of the  above road, -from .the.. Oceston-  Kuskanook road extending easterly  for about 2450 feet, by 40 feet wide, to  the sauihwesfc eorrfer of Block 6, Sub  lot 63, being approximately 2} acres.  The contractor to f urn !sh. all neces  sary tools aad supplies. The work  shall be commenced within ten days  after acceptance and completed to the  satisfaction Qf the undersigned before  September 30, 1922.  The contractor will be responsible  for any damage done to private  property during clearing operations.  The lowest or any tender riot  necessarily accepted.  J. D. MOOKE,  General Foreman.  During the session of parliament  113 applicants for divorce were  presented to the senate and X05r  were granted. Nine were not, prose*  cuted and two were rejected. In  1913 the total number of applicants  was only 36. Sinee then there has  been a steady increase. Formerly  divorce in Canada -was regarded as  a lasury of the rich= This is no  longer the case. Tiie applicants  now came from all classes. Of the  104 cases heard this session, 63 were  the application of husbands asd 41  the applications of wives,   v -   -.  GOVEltNMENT HOUSE;  Victoria, June 16, 1022.  Present:  HIS HONOUR THE LIEtfTENANT  GOVERNOR IN COUNCIL.  On the recommendation of the  Honourable the Attorney-General,  and under tbe provisions of Section^  the "Weekly Half HoHday Act" Hi&  Honour tbe lieutenant Governoui. by  and with the advice of the Executive  Council doth order as follows:���������  That beginning with .Wednesday,  the 21st day of June, 1922* Wednesday  in each week thereafter be appointed  a day to be observed as a half holiday  by all the employees in all the shops  within that area comprised in Lots  524:. 525, 526. and 801, Group 1, Koote  nay District, British Columbia, within  which area the town of Creston in  situate, save and except those shops  to which1. ������he "Weekly Half Holiday  Act" does not apply.  j. d. Maclean,  _^Clerk of the Executive Council.  Loyal Orange Ledge, No. 2095  Meets THIRD THURSDAY of  each month, at Mercantile  Hall. Visiting brethren cordially invited.     ~  ERIC OLSON, W.M  \  CRESTON    DAIRY  shipping returns the  the   prairie have,   temporarily  Judging bythe selling price and  dwellers   on  at  least, sworn off on strawberry-  shortcake as well as theother forms  in whieh the festive strawberry has  hitherto been in demand in quantity.  Advices from the coast are to the  effect that the shipping season for  "straws'* is now over and that less  than i?0 carloads were shipped this  year as compared   -with 160 cars in  *���������    rt'f^^ _    V        ���������_;.*, JO mm. mm mm. _m_ _-. _   A~. -m  mt        mmx _^��������� ���������.  iijAii.���������-nfivuii-iu   per cent. O? S KOr  mal   crop.      Unless    the   people's  appetite has undergone   a   sudden  Ladies' Summer Underwear  in \VaisojoV Make  :"We ������&It  Supply  them!  Sleeveless Vests, V neck, sizes 36, 38  ,'',,,,.' 48, afc 49e.   ,*.:; .<' ;  ��������� .'���������/������������������  Out sizes at 5Qc���������  Full Dress3 Web finish, at 65c.  Sleeveless  Combinations at l.frO, 1.45,   1*75  Child's Vests, all sizes, 30c.     ^  Children's Combinations, ail sizes, $1.15 each;  Children's   Cotton   Sweaters   in   Navy   and  "White and Navy and Red, long sleeves, 60c  Men's Underwear  ... Athletics at 1,5������  Spring Needle Combination at $2.00  Spring Needle Shirts and Drawers at $1.00  ERCANTILE COMPANY  LIMITED  ������  y^itts he.''has held down a similar  post for thp   federal government in  T    -��������� -~S-x~- '���������������������������--���������        ��������� -. ,_C    A,imi~ mJl-m     r-m-L-  uutiuuii. jL>a >ig>������ o������ w(ii.ci vv Xxxc experience it is at once apparent that  Mr. Smith shotild know what he is  who through carelessness or cussed-  uess fires the forests. The Govern-  tnent of that Province has issued  an order that all who range the  woods, within its domain shall first  axtd   radical change this  short de- j talking about, ind certainly his ap- | obtain a  permit through  mand for* strawberries surely pre  sages an average raspberry market. In all regular and well governed households a few jars of canned  raspberries are almost as great a  necessity as salt and a Saturday  night bath.  8 Quarts ..  Per GallonN.  $1.00  45e.  A. COMFORT  e. A. MOORHOUSE  Provincial Land Surveyor  Suryeys and Plana of all Descriptions.  Enquire   R. Lament's Office  CRESTON. B.C.  A Ford NOW  Meets tlie Situation  Why )pt luxury (that yon  do not need)- hjkk (that yon  do not want), S|������������*ecl (that yon  cannot lawfully use), lead yon  into buying a car that yom  cannot afford to own.  The new    Excine   Tax has  comer into effect,  ho laid down  price of Ford earn tin--.  ,   At the  time   of   the : provincial  general election in j)eceihber, 1920,  t*iere was ������}ujyt# a ^t^i^g'J^ht^be^  tween MesSf^  Caveii?f and    iLeitch  fpr the honor of carrying the Tory  standard in-Oranhrook   in the contest    with    Dr.   Xing,   then    B.C.  minister of public  works, the nom-  ination  going to   Mr.  Caven.    On  July   4th   the   Tories had another  nominating convention   to select a  candidate to carry the Conservative  standard   in   the impending by-el  ection and the honor was conferred  on N. A. Wallinger with the greatest display'-uf unanimity   known in  political history in East Kootenay.  Mr. Wallinger   may   or   may   not  prove to be the goat, but when the  old Conservatide war horse Thomas  Donald Caven is passing on a nomination   with   his gracious compli  ments one  is reminded   of the   old  saying that pigs' may fly, but they  are most unlikely birds.       But, we  shall   see���������when    the   ballots   are  counted.  pearance at this juncture is most  timely, and inider all... the circumstances should assure a very large  turnout at his ijneeting on the 2j5th.  In view of^an impression that  seems to be ^abroad in certain  quarters thatV^tjless the hay lands  the Stopk-  "~.-~L~0    IPrxm.  1/IK3.JL' x.-  est Department. The order, it is  explained, will cause no hardship;  the. party travelling, camping, fishing, or whatever may be the purpose of the forest voyage will merely have to designate the purpose  and the route. , In other "Words,  the Forest Department will- have a  tion  would   not be  ^ ^Oiseent^  persons  on the Flats alp' fenced  breeders Assoc  in a?p^>sitio  ���������who turn; their stock on  the   hay  lands without a: permit withip the  closed   seasons   established by   the j  department at Victoria, the foliow-  i|ig^xt)Pfiipt froni a letter   from the  grazing commissioner, will be of interest.       Mr.     JAacKenzie    states:  "It is a fact   well   established   by  court decisions that  Governments  do not have to fence their lands in  order to prevent   trespass b^   livestock.      The., driving  or   allowing  livestock   to   drift   on   to   Crown  ranges of   this';, province'   without J  a permit constitutes a   trespass for  which heavy penalties,   under the  law,   may   be imposed,   aud   such  cases are being dealt   with severely  in order that   the   legalized   users  may be protected."  fairly clear knowledge of its guests  and wba������ they are about. i And if  fires occur there will be somebody  to ask as to the whys and wherefores. ' 'This looks like ah intelligent bit of legisSation in view of  the appalling losses which are constantly occur ing through bush fires,  andr one ^hich jother Provinces  might well adopt.  - Boys are accused of biesfcing- the  glass in the. letter boxes atj.the Kew  Denyef postpfiBLce., ,."*. .   -Pr-'-%Z.i:.^  .wj:  .-..���������-te;  zt  -.Lh-si*'-?.:���������:'!. ,    :ri- '    .. .  ,  The Fruit F^me*'  r..-.'-'X-zr���������e   <L*?,-&sJg&-'>i������i  j. .y^y-?  tile   IKWt * MMtSwRK -  MASLe tiie grain grower,  Services of a baiik indispensable Is* carrying o������ ids  productive industry. . z'l-J.:'  If you have fo solve financial problems Sa improving,  harvesting, shipping or collecting: payment for your  crops, discuss the question with our local foaiii manager.  '���������"N  G������  >* ��������� Al*E*ra.N,  GRESTON BRANCH,  Mknafiar:  Touring ... $770.59  Li������ht Delivery 732,57  Chassis ... . 637.54  ��������� *  < with Start*'i  ir������ ���������-���������k<:lli '���������:)���������������������������)  Buy a Ford, it i������ tr������wf*������*������t im  prions, Low������Ht in maimtfiiiincM-.  r'.ost lowftflt in dHpr^ciation.  and provides ary thi tig you  rmn ask for.  f!ro������fgnw hniii?.. Siinritir  VI UI'DWI"   tTml4MSl%r* <mjt������ *. ma mt i,  0  R. S. BEVM; Prop.  Now that   the British Columbia  apple output ha������  reached the point  where an outlet for   some consider  able part of it has to be found over  seap���������and  in which export  movement Valley growers will   havo to  participate if the prairie market is to  be stabilized���������more than   ordinary]  interest should bc manifest  in the  appearance here on July 26th, of J.  Forsyth     Smith,     the    Dominion  Fruit     CommisnioBMT     in.   Great  Britain, who will speak   at a meet  ling of the growers on   the  various  ij aspects   of   the    English    market.  Mr.    Smith     comes   exceptionally  well prepared todiscuHS the niatter  jio hand.     At mw timo ho was edit-  jor of the Wrnon N������wh, and tii tliat  capacity   hat!  considerable   oppor-  ] tuaiity Ui sisw up the   growers wide  \ot the marketing "problem.       Laiter  on hc wan the prairie fruit markets  conimiflwioner for the   B.C. govern  ment wher**   hi*   nurl������Mthtedly    ac-  t|iitNitr������3 10   iUoa"������^igli    !;;i^*.v!i:{i!������e   of  thfi wewtern i Jan ad a  apple market-  ing Hitnati' n, wlii!e  fur l]\v LihL nix  After all there's nothing like go*  itig into business   for   yourself   to  find out just   exactly   how    much  money   the   boss   is   supposed   to  make.     For years patrons of   the  dining cars who have been set back  two bits  every' time they   partook  of a baked potato, and   most likely  double that account   wh,en a baked  apple was  consumed, and with all  the other items on fche menu in like  proportion as to cost, the prevalent  idea lias   been that there wnB   big  money in    the   dining   oar   trade;  couldn't help but be with so much  service and silverware  and so little  in the line of foodstuffs.     However  that get-rioh-quiolc, idea' was quite  erroneous   as   a     return   brought  down during the recent  session of  parliament  shows that the dining  cars on tho government owned railways loHt almost  *.--   cpMitrter   of   a  million dollars iif.1021.    Of course  tho delioit was met out of the reyen-  | ties of the country���������the income tax  collected from th-e   waiters possibly  militating   the   circumstances   in  some sHight measure.  Your  Ambirioii  whatever it maylje^ Will be jnaore  easily achieved if you havecreat*  ed a strong ally in the shape of a  Savings Bamk balance.  ������������������.."������������������'..   ������������������'.    '>*.-��������� ������������������ .  It gives courage it* preBci^t <li<ficu.ltie3  and confidence for the future.  No. beginning ia too stnall and   no  aim too high.  Open an account to-daV..-'       *65i   ������  n  JL   JL    JtljLaaS  OF COMMERCE  PAID-UP CAPITAL  RESERVE FUND  $15,000,000  $15,000,000  CRESTON BRANCH, C 6. i?chliett, Manager.  tarn  Transfer, Livery and Feed Stables  i      -    . -i I,    ._,.      i    i.i      ..mm   i.     .  -..-....^  ' ' '      . 'ti* ' ' "     ��������� i  Sleighs and CJuttors. -   Team Sloiglis  Single and Double Harness and Supplies-  Several  Sets   of Secpn#Hand liarneas  xOoal and Wood Fpr Sale.  The Province   of Quebec ha������ sat  (ni<* moro  trap to catch   the fellow |  MM*  MB ~~-~W~~~~*  ^^TT OKA  mmm .. wa  r^nnnrnf ���������ocp  gWmCmjrfm%S^S%M mm  ' Sirdar Aye. .tLVV^OMtton -rJ?-yyr#-r-.r:L  M-:  P''  THE CRESTOII BBVEBW  /������������������������-  m  jr     \  1 ~\ -\sr     -fSmi  Meat in the  Hotsse?^  This js thie 4BrBt^uea-r  tion that presents itself  to th������ housewife if tan  xuaexpfected visitor drops  iii for a meal. But why  _ worry? r _   _ .,*,...,  Shamrock Brand  Hams and Bacon  Finest  QsialifT*  Cooked Ham  ��������� Lunch Meat y  Bologna.. dec-a  are   always   to   be  had  here.   In meats nothing  Soldiers Memorial  F^auraO,  quite equals  products.  'Shamrock-  &Q6.,IM  ? s������W"..  I  M.vM������s*m3������m������������������  Men?s  Half Solesv $125  Women's Half Boles, $1,00  Guaranteed for 6 months.  tS0ll0rt^^r.0000U-*0000t-  0^~0~0VB4 ������,K   -..V.** H^fb m M- CS*  with business  ������*    spopsisof  imi He!  Minimum juries  of  first-class   lanO  nmnoed to SB an acre; second-class to'  43.60 aa acre.  *   ..*.��������� >' * -  Pre-emption bow confined to surveyed lands only.  Records -will be sranteA covering only  land suitable for agricultural purpose  and which la non- timber land.   Partnership pre-emptions abbllsh-ed.  bat parties of not more than four may  ������������������'^^^t^ri-z-m.'tmAyaemnm''':pr0^&m!sttiQus-'  with joint residence, but each making  nteceesary Improvements on respective  claims. -  \.  Pre-emptors must occully^caaciri&foti  overyears and make impsaveraenta tc  value oS $10 per acre. Including cleor-  ���������-o������v������m^v*mmMjtm;-'M~-r*jivm -vrani.-.  . v* ������*-���������--* * ���������������������������  ���������ew uieui a'S^g^israna >������&B^ariis:dfe pro-;  pc*.-MoasM.e improvements,, he may, bo-������'  cause of ill-health, or other causer be'  errant^4htefmedl������t^ ceptiflca^e of ylm-  provement and tSmsfer!Sls claim.    '"  ���������n       . Kecpr^*? Swi*������.biit ^pexmanent   real-  gence mayi b.e -IsBuefl. provided appU-  22&1������^e^iirt*>rov*&eiite to extent of  9300 per annum and records same each  year. Failure to make improvements "  or record^same will.operate as forfeiture. Title cannot be obtained In  ���������^.ffSiP 6 years, and Improvements  ������f *10.00 per aorte. Including 5 acres  ���������;,ekMure*a and cultivated/ and residence  of at least 2 years are required. <db       ���������  Pre-emptor holding. Crown *rant  may record another pre-emption, if be~  -r������?.ulr^l,li"MVln conjunction with hla  farm, without actual occupation, pro-  .tw*~ statutory Improvements made  and residence maintained on Grown  granted land.  Unsurveyed areas, not excee&Jng So  acres,   may   be   leased  as horti&ftt&a;  "  HSHa*. be obtained after fulflUlng residential and Improvement conditions.  For graslng and Industrial purposes  ���������'ZEES* ������J������*e5lnar  wo  acrea   m*yh-  . leased by one person or company.  *iMi^ factory- or Industrial si tea on  timber, land  not   exceeding   40  acres  may be purchased; conditions Include  payment of stumpngo.  *,��������� SiY'S1   hay Jw������a������Iowa   Inaccessible  BSLfi&KS!* roada may ** Purchased  hconditional upon construction off a rood  to them. Rebate of ,one-half of cost of  road, not evoeedlng half of purchase  price, is mado. ���������������������������*  PRE1EMPTOR&'      FHEE      GRANT*  A ACT.  The ���������M������ope of this Act la enlarged to  ncludt all persons Joining and serving with His Majealy'a Arcea The  time within which the helra or devisees  of a deceased pre-emptor may apply  for title under thia Act l���������������teiX&  rroin for one year from the deatfcrof  nuch person, as formerly, until one  year wtw;_the conclusion of the present  t!5������ct1?������    ^r|y������������*������ ��������������� al^Tnill*2?-  Vi..^������J*������* '���������"WW to pre-emptlona are  due  or payable 1������y soldiers  on    pre-  Provision for return of moneys ma-  S'TbV^W06." ������������Wi������K������ AuwSt :  or tn*<;������.o^r,,tS,<?2S,nt.,0' Payments, fees  or taxes pn BOldlera' pro-emptionB. ���������  -Interest cm asr^rn&ttitWpurchase  ������������wn or city lots held by membera of  Ajiica F-orccq, or dcpciiiiilttttiitii*, Mcuulr*di  direct or indirect, Mmitted frcraen,  Hstment to March SI. wffip-  3UB.f������URCHA8CRtt OF  CROWN  mt lan on.  i^rovie|on    made    for    IssuancM    of  Crown   erantu   to  nub-purchasers    of  purchasers who failed to complete  purchase. Involving forfeiture, on fuj-  kllment oT condition* of purcfisse. iii-  i-urest and taxes. Where sub-purc^ias.  ������rj, tat* not d-ulm whcum ot original uikr-  cel. Purahase price due and taxes may  be    distributed    proportionately   over  QRAEINQ. ^  .t~~?,T&--~i~������cZj J91*!! "I01". "Jwtematio  dmrelopment of llven-foclc industry pro-  vlden for graslng dletrlcts and range  administration   under   Commissioner.  Annuul graxlitg penults luaued baiuid  on numboru ranged: priority for eatab-  llshed < owners.      Stock-owners   may  .iti i.i   txi.i.tAvStu.xiuitm*   C*nr   rMllM*������   (K.miiiirn-  ment. BTee, or partially free, perinlts  for net tiers, campers ������r travellera. up  to t-*n head.  Work has now. .progressed so far on  Creston's Monumental soldiers1 mem-  tn-.VV-1-al    4-^.tXm-    t4~,   ���������������V������%..1������?        w������ rx.00.     rt^xX���������t        ���������rxmx*.00mmm  ������^������������������������   vumv   Xt.   VTWU4U     0A-X..X     OWAAJ      *������C1 WMU  that the unveiling: will take place not  later tb^n Septembers���������on X������abor Day  if the work can be completed by tliat  time. ���������'���������:���������''���������'. ^ ���������-"::' -y '';?-.-���������-.  At the end of the -week the Wilson  quarry at Sirdar had th^ stone erected  and finished t eady for ^the "cuttit^^n  of the nam^8, while the four bronze  wreaths that will adorn the top aye oh  order in the Old Colintry and are expected to anivc within the next sis  weeks. ^As soon as the wreaths are on  thes way the work ^of cutting in' tihe  names will commeRce and * no time  will then be lost in proceeding with  the unveiling. "  In connection with the-wreaths a  matter of $65 is still required to finance  this feature of the monument. Contributions have been received as  follpws for this work: Sirdar school  children and. citizens, $53; Creston  Vallev Red Cross Society, .$50; Erickson school, $22; Lister school, $6;  Huscroft school, $5.  There wilffce 25 names shown os the  memorial, comprising the ones which  are inscribed on the wooden pillar at  the bank corner aad aiso that of  Harold Kemp, who wis at one time a  resident at Erickson. The detail as to  names has been taken up with the  G.W.V.A. and they haye approyed of  the course adopted by the local  memorialcommittee.  Arrangements for the unveiling  ceremonies will be made by a citizens  committee, which will' be made up of  one or more representatives of all the  organizations and lodges in the Valley,  and effort will be made to make the  event in every way ' vtarthy of the  cause. -.'-������������������ *._..*  Theoriginal memorial committee will  appreciate it very muiqh if those who  subscribed to the memorial fund wil'  at  once  pay   in   to   C. G.   Bennett,  treasurer, the amounts thev promised  for this work.    The amount outstand-  ihg is  not-  large,   the   contributions  overdue: being   invariably   small   but  quite large in number.   .Now that the  stone is practically completed the contractor is looking  to be paid, and the  ^onimittee are anxipus. rtq^ meet   this  abtigation at once. P?^  yy    y "��������� ���������      -y-y      ���������'pp ^.:     ' "���������'"  iBmnztm-W ������a$w  3?he United Farmers at their Saturday night meet ing, July 1st, decided  tp requestthfe provinciul government  to supply seed with which to plant the  burnt over arf^* in this district In  order to choke off si sure crop of weeds  nnd thistles. The committee working  for the establishment of a postoffice  here as well as the picnic grounds  Cjmmittee both reported progress.  At the conclusion ofthe next session  of the United Faranevs a meetin-g of  all interested will be held ifor the pnr-  p:>se of forming a stockbreedeis" as-  aiciation with the .p^jeqt in view of  b inging in a purebred "bull .for the  us������ of local CHttlemen..  _ The ice cream festiyal and dance,  which' wound up the school yjear on  June 30th, was successful to the extent of making $S^netforthe piano  'fund.  .    ,. ,   ..���������_...      H  Showery wenther and" th������ absence  of wind has reduced the, forest Are  menace measurably. . For a couple of  days at the end of the month eyery  man available was working as a fireman to keep the blaze out of the irri  Ration water shedlis well as from the  m 11 and luiiiber piles of Canyon City  Lumber Company.  W. Witherhead of Yahk and Jock  fi|cRobbof Lumberton were Domltiion  Day" week-end visitors lit  their homeB  here,  Go.irge Young, of ScarUoro, Ontario,  spent the piu>t Week wlthhls brother,  Hilton Young;,, h<������re, while on a tv!p  to the coast for the benefit of his  health. In add (tl cvh to farming he is  alsrn Into fruit growing to some con-  sicliMMlble extent, hut stateH that the  perfect pack arid^ excellent grade of  B.O. npplea, hi ^t<������aidtly crowding tho  CntHtlo fruit off the  best markets.  Principal KolUuinimor has ju-utan<������  nouneed tho hnnoL1 roll 'winners In  DivlHlon I. of Cunyon Rchool for the  p������������t year as follows: Regularity, Ed-  na HSckey. Doportment Florence  Clayton. '   Proficiency, Slgne Nt'lson.  x Mrn. Pepperdine and two daughters  of   Calgary,    AltuM   ure   here    tfh   n  snn-Rilh'H virM ������.vSlh Ma-n, Bittfjufins.  MH~- Muriel KnuU. who Iiuh been  teaching ut   Slinwwup I*uk|", and'Miss  IMPERIAL POLARINE OIL  {Light Medium Body) is the  lubricant recommended lor  your Ford,   -v  '     -*���������    a*..''!       i.'"  ���������:?p^-ZtfZ*y.y-  .^i&mfr&.'.?- ��������� .-.-  ������������������,    -��������� .'  .;', ft.'/������������������-?.,?-':    -i;'      P.'    * ���������-.  ^������  ���������V* V  *   r* ZyZyZj* ''.������������������/���������$ Vv,'* * ��������� "��������� ',;-.  \W&'fGuONtl'  Briefly, these are some of the results of using too  licavy aa ml  <*/S  -v*Sc ,.  3?  'V  -r..5������������*.  '*���������<������&���������>'..  " - ' .^s^������. f|S* "���������'���������*!   -  ���������***-_--^..������^^ J\^-.;^>.    .*���������  ^'"S^^'aZr      ''  ���������0-.~J/r  (1) Engrine drag and loss of powefi  (2) Improper oil distribution.        -  (3) An overheard engine.  .-(4) Excess carbon deposit.  (5) Unnecessary- friction and wear.  (6) Large repair bills.  (7) Rapid depreciation.  (8) Excess fuel saS^^ml consumption.  What is the resmedy? Use Innperial Polarine Motor  Oil (Light Meds ami Sbi^y), which is especially  adapted te tHd m^hsisilca! requirement^. assii  operating conditions of5 your Ford engine.      -  flave vniw crawls, c-ass. cle������i**d snd - replied * today  with Imperial Polarine Oil (Light Medium Body) 9  and realize full Ford economy and -efficiency.  IMPERIAL OIL LIMITED  .  ManvLfacStxrerB and Marhelers of Imperial Polarine  _~~~S~xx-~   .&i������5'-ST-Cx   inuriwiSff   0P0 ' m0mi-*~~~m4~i"  . '"' of Gargoyle.Mobilx.il.  Mado in five -grades tor ths proper  lubr^aftion of atl makes of ������utc-  ***** JvLf. v.mm^  ttm-vmrnX^m    mm,--}!   ^-.��������� rxf.-. ~*.  the Fbrest and  yota kill  lis  payroll  FOREST  products   mean  work and prosperity for you  y'  a watch ofi^your  camp-fire and   ^11  lighted substances  with the  high cost of  carelessness !  in jthe woods cost  the  taxpayer  $450,000 last year  TAXES  must pay for fighting forest fites.  Reduce your share  Frances Knott; who has been in  attendance afc the high school at Kaslo, are home for the summer holiday p.  MIsb Olsen of Spokane is a Canyon  visitor at present, with her father Eric  Olsen, ������������������".':-  Tlits week will see the completfon of  the new lmrntH31ton Youor has erected on h5s ranch here, The structure  is about 40 x 60 feet, and will provide  amply for present needs In this line.  At Una school mooting on Saturday  ui^ht A. D. Pochin was Ke-el^cted  ttuEjtee for another thr6e-year term,  und W. Seui'le was s-the choice for  auditor. $1000 was voted wherewith  to curry on tho. school the incoming;  yenv, which will provide a stipend of  $1200 for Principal Koltliammor and  J01O5O for flllyn Wood, teacher off Dl-  visloct 13, B<4.h teachers'are expected  to remain for another* year.  N. A. Wjilltnger,    former   Rovern-  utent agent  nt' Cranbrook,   haw  just  been 'nominated as Conservative can  did ate for the panding- by������ eloctton jlu  that constituency rendered hecessary  by ihvi r-eHigimit'ltoifj ot Dv*. King to ha-  come i^wienibor "of the Liberal admin-  latratlon ut Ottawa.  We wouid advise!^placing orders now for  "Fruit Boxes and avoid the rush and  possible    disappointment   later   on.  We will be able to give a very low  * price delivered to the orchard, and  will give till Nov. 1 to pay for thew.  Cflnfon Oiff Lumbor oompsiisf  LIMITED I'ii.'LuauBBiujaim  Jil!Uja3jjajH*aii"!B!ilS  W&mm  Sekd Laxative Medicine  With Great Care  ^  in., debility, and  should    be    mild  Many ; pills    and  bard,"are drastic  Excessive   action  weakness, medicine  and far reaching,  purgatives are too  instead of curative,  is   always   followed  by depression, and. knowing this Dr  Hamilton devised his lulls-'of Man  drake and Butternut so as to mildly  increase liver and kidney'activity,' so  as to flush out the systena of" toning  and regulating the bowels.' Thtis do  Dr. Hamilton's Pills eliminate poisons  from the body, thus do they restore  clearness to the skin, thus do they renew health and strength. To keep  your system in healthy good working  order, regulate it with Dr. Hamilton's  Pills, 25c all dealers or The Catarrho-  zone Co., Montreal.  t  I  ELINOR    BY   IvIARSDEK  xi.-x.i.*~r x.  Publisl-i-eci  by  .Special  Arrangement  with the A\ithor  (ContinueO)  I laughed. "I hope my application  did nol: give you such a false impression," I said.  "1   -was   just   looking   I'or   false   im-  irressions," Miss Fiske replied. "When (  Dad   said  that   you   did  not   seem   to j  have had the  son ol." experience t  we   wanted,   and   that   he'd   bet   you  were a lady  that never done a  day's  work . in   your .life���������because   you  sai-d  ���������shall'   where   we   -would   say   'will'���������1  told him that I was going to have you  anyway.       Vou     see,"     she     finished  apologetically. "I am the youngest o������  the   family  and   the   only   girl,   and   I  suppose  I am spoiled."  After this" explanation we- talked  with less constraint, and by the time  we reached ihe farm 1 had classified  Miss Gypsy as a new and very interesting specimen  will likely be getting supper ready."  Mrs. Fiske came to meet us and  welcomed me kindly, but I could see  that - she too was Father surprised by  nay appearance. I am beginning to  think that I..must?,Have*-: an awfully  helpless look!'.  "Just set.here a' minute," she said,  after we had been, introduced, "while  Orvetty takes the car to the garage.'1  {She pronounces "garage" to rhyme j  with 'Carriage.") "I daren't leave!  | these potatoes long enough to take  i you upstairs:" _ .'   ,  ���������Mrs. Fiske' is a fine-looking woman,  and it is evidentTy. Irom her that  Gypsy, inherits her' beautiful--skin and  odd colouring; But it is also quite  evident that 'Mrs. fills's description  of Irer as th-e stupidest critter she ever  knew is not Ear wrong. Mrs...Mills  probably did tbe best she could with  a limited vocabulary, but if I were  asked to describe Mrs. Fiske in one  work, .that -word would be "bovine."  Gypsy came frack^in a tew: minutes  and we went upstairs- together.; ^ AJi  we stood on the landing td admire the  viev.v Mrs. Fiske called Gypsy back.  In a moment she returned to .me,  smiling.    ".  -.* '���������-. '".';'       l-'-'-'Z? ';���������*._.'  "Mother said I wits'"to ask you' if  you would rather have the spare bedroom than the onethat the other girls  have had. I think that you will like  the hired girl's room best���������I know, I  do. Did you ever sleep on a feather  tick in a room that is decorated by  ten years' Christmas presents?"  I was obliged to admit that such a  pleasure was "still "in store for me, and  also that I would prefer to occupy the  room that had_J>een prepared for me.  I have seen the feathertick and the  Christmas presents sincerand I think  ���������I chose .wisely.  I    was    surprised to learn that the  house    contained    a    very    up-to-date  bathroom; "the', water,   for    which    is  "M pumped'"'by a gasoline engine  from a  hat , weu jU the basement. 1  At the tea-table I met Mr. Fiske and '  the son, Fred. -.. There.is another son,  the eldest of the" family, who\is married and living on a place of his own  not tar away. Gypsy tells me that  Fred is to be married at Christmas^to  the district school-teacher, and she  adds that a teacher is as hard to keep  in the country as a servant.  Mr. Fiske has four - "hired men,"  but they do not have their meals with  the family^ In*'the. old house, where  room was at a premium, they did. so;  but now, at the risk of being called a  Are You Human?  A little baby. A little child. Don't they appeal to yoa?* Doesn't your  heart yearn to pick them iip, to cuddle them close to you, to shield them  all harm?   sure it does else you're uot human.    Being human you love  irom  them.  them,  black.  Their very helplessness makes you reach out in all your strength to aid  In health there's no flower so beautiful.     In illness there's no night so  Save them then*  Ose every precaution.   Take no chance.,   '  When sickness comes,/as sickness will, remember jt's just a baby, just a  child andiif the Physician isn't afc hand don't try some remedy jB^-you ma^  ha^ alpind the house for your own use. :  :,i;S >ir.'Epstcjher's Castoria wasmade especially for babies' ills and you can user  it ^ith perfect safety as any doctor will tell you. . Keep it in lie house.  i  John Fiske is the proud owner: of a, snob   Mrs   Fiske sets .the family table  model Farm, and as such he has been  photographed and interviewed for all  the agricultural journals in ..the province. Unlike most of' the farm  homes we had passed, this one is 'surrounded by trees, the native pojplars  and Balm of Gileads, and magnificent  Scotch firs that were planted thirty  years* ago by Mrs. Fiske when she  came here a bride. The house stands  on a natural terrace, and below this  is a level stretch of lawn which  reaches to the bank of the little river.  Al a srood distance from tlie house  are Use barns and other outbuildings,  among the latter being a galvanized-  iron garage as 'obviously new as its  owners.  ���������"We'll just, drive around io the kitchen door," said "Miss Fiske. "Mother  ~WWS-  . *A.  <*r # h **��������������� -  i  Backache  HiiCKriCi-.r      19  fyxriplor/i       r..  the cuts landing  ki*rir������<*y clircase.  Womfri oflrri ns?i.fcr the mistake of  attributing other cauf.es and overlook ������hc doram-cmrnt .oj \)\n kidneys tm til 'erious developments  have marie; it cliffkuh to obtain  I penjiftnent rrlicf,  Thi', ]������-!1r.r points to  which    h ���������>.'''    li^ra    <-o  j tri ret a net prr-ven  prrrat   majority   o  ....;.i.c.   .iftVvct to r;rrHf������f>k  it when  cause*. f������rir.M for ll'R use.  Mr-. A5b������*rb Firunrt. R.R  1, Olt.v.v;i. (hst., write?.:  n treatment  thoroughly  rv effective in the  c;i'.i->  thai you  No.  1   I  \Z\i'i-r f'n  vnp  Well  innt    I'm  l* .*.,   ** . ���������  (nr tl.  'tt'irini  Dr.   C hmr'tt    KirSrvry-  - ),;������-*.��������� iv������r, m������r:nth5, Knv-  wich 3ud.n<"y*   lr������*>ul>l������.   J  Mrilu i-r    ;-\-r\ ic-,:    to  in the diniijg-robm and the men-eat in  the kitchen. I have not read a great  -many stories of farm life in America,  but in ail that-I have read the awkward labourer eating peas with a  knife, was one of the indispensable  properties. Another illusion vanished.  When the: evening work was done,  Mr. and Mrs. Fiske and \GypSy and I  met. in fhe parlour to discuss my affairs.  ��������� Before I go any farther I must "describe that parlour, the queerest mixture of good ancl .bad taste that I have  ever seen. A very good carpet was  on tbe floor: and white lace curtains,  elaborately draped and held in place  by bows of red ribbon, covered the  windows. The plush-covered "parlour"^ suite" was' made all the more  glaring by a few pieces of really good  oak. The pictures ranged from the  Pears' Soap school in massive gilt  frames to properly mounted sepia  prints. And at. one end ol* 1he room  was a mirror-set organ, while at the  other was the player-piano which was  a-birthday gift from Mr.,Fiske to his  daughter. In the midst of all this  grandeur sat. -\\v. Fiske himself, coat-  less and collarless,  Ciypsy broke the- silence.  "I guess-you were right, about Miss  F.liot, Dad.      I'm sorry'1 was" so stubborn.       Bnl   can't   site  stay   and  visit,  me until you find a really truly hired j  girl?"  "Thai is for Miss Eliot to say." Mr.  Fiske replied with h kindly smile.  "Oh. I would love lo stay, even if T  did come under false prelences," T  hasuned to say; "bul only 11' you will  h-t me help around Ihe Iiousr. I can  do a few iliings. you know."  "Well. Mother, what do you say'?"  asked Mr. Fiske.  '���������I'd be i'e;tl glad to have you stay,  Miss F.liot," replied Tils wife. "Gypsy  don'i sei/iu to tako in tho neighbours'  giils, an' T often think that she, must  got lonely Tip re all day with no young  folks io la lie to."  "Hurray:" exclaimed -flypsy. "I'm  not such ;i disninl 1'uiluro ns an employment agon! nl'lor all, am TV" And  ^she lmggRLl first her father and then  hor mollH-i'--:inil then gave me a ahy  IU i lc !U|i:n>o/.e too!  S<n I wrote lo Mrs. Arnold at" once  .ami told he r I should bo here n������?  ('lyri:-*,-*-'* KKke'rt p:nc*.*st for a eon pie of  w���������-���������'���������'.:!������������������.. um] ilicn I fell, that I could  "rum :-t,,',i1 In mikI liavn n food tinio,"  ::t-'-(K'i\ir.., tr������ Mr. Fislio's InnfrnctIons,  Feu- tlio Iw-netil of philologli-il H let  rae record tluit "rlj'hl" Is the mnBl  (K ri-wtit Uc-fS     w<ird     In   the   Cariadlnn  i������ iptty**, i  r^i? I'J*  E.:������E,= I  ttetptotOlii  ~ Jhoip'kfoJti*?  .    Jto&tUt&gt*  AntiaStttfi  ���������^^^Ms^armp  patioaandDU   .  loss ov. 3*5^EL,n, i  *m  4rifi7r4f^  A Word,About Truth."~"  *' Great is Truth, and mighty at������ove_ali thfn^.5' So says the Old.  Testament, yet it is equally true to-day. Truth shows na favors,  fears no enemies..  From the inception of Fletcher's Castoria, Truth has heen the  watchword, and to the conscientious adherence to this motto in the  preparation oi Fletcher's Castoria as veil as in its ^uTertising is due  the secret of its popular demand.  -��������� All imitations, aU substitutes,-all just-as-good preparations lack  the element of Truth, lack the rightebusness oi "being, lack all semblance even fn the words of those who would deceive.  And you. I Mothers, mothers with the fate of the World in your  hands, can you he deceived?   Certainly not.  Fletcher's Castoria is^prepared for Infants and Children.    It is  distinctly a remedy for the little-ones.   Ihe BABY'S need for a medicine to take the place of Castor Oil, Paregoric and Soothing Syrups -  was the sole thought that led to its discovery.    Hever try to correct  BABY'S troubles with a medicine that you would use for yourself,  MOTHERS SHOULD BEAD THE BOOKLET THAT ISARODND EVE3Y BOTTLSOF FLCTCHER'SCASTOR'V  GENUINE   CAST"������ R IA ALWAYS  * .������ .** ,,. ...  - *    ��������� ���������*        ���������'    ���������  Bears the Signature of  Exact Copy of Wrapper.  TMB  CCNTAUH   COMPANY.NEW YOKK  CITV.  Oxygen breathed in by any person  can be measured by a tiewly designed  apparatus.  Wise and experienced mothers  know when their children are troubled  with worms.and lose no time in applying Miller's Worm Powders, a most  effective vermifuge.., It is absolute in  clearing the system of worms and restoring tlio%e healthy conditions.without which there oan be no comfort for  the child, or hope of robust growth.  It. is a most trustworthy worm exterminator.  Airplane Flew by Itself  Te    English  lalute miles.  land    league is  three  !  Remarkable Test With New Handley'-  Page Machine  The stability of the new Hand Ley-  Page W 8 B aeroplanes was demon-  strafed during a recent flight from  Paris, when the pilot was able to fly  with his hands off the controlling  -wheel from Beauvaiss, near Paris, to  Croydon, a distance of roughly 200  miles. The directional steering whs  done by means of the'rudder, Hie machine otherwise Hying on a Ievewl keel,  uncontrolled Tor nearly two hours.  Some 426,500,000 fewer  were posted' in England in  in"3D33.  .postcards  -J-921   than  Strength  are inev4t������  Wretched from Asthma.  ol' body and vigor of mind  ably impaired by the visitations of  asthma. Who can live under the  cloud of recurring attacks and keep  body and mind at their Tuff efficiency?  Dr. J. B. Kellogg's Asthma Remedy  dissipates ihe cloud by removing the  cause. It does relieve. It does restore the sufferer to normal-bodily  trim and mental happiness.  Better to hold  than regret your  your   tongue * today  words tomorrow.  f  i  I  ���������T'  Dr. <" i.itt  '.r-il  tr.r.   In   li'f  Ktk   ntA   Pr*   "���������-���������'.i..r'i   'i.rr.  ii f.c'-'l '!<*,"<I I ������!i' *. ! t  n'-f.otit riv or r]yh\ \itnr.v,,  f Ufrly   rrti*.ifrt."  Dr. <".1,.v*'* Kttit  one   fZitl   u  fFf.'iFfirs'.   tit  V.\������,.  i .Willi*  K  ll't.rtJ  ������(",.*, r.r ii.  ;������\f     r,4.i"i  it nil   m;i  ���������Zi  t'r.������.*���������-..,  I   , - T  ,   I  .Mll'lMT Vi  .   t<        I  ���������������>. til in  (To \n< i-(iv.t\n\ti-i\)  V ������ll'l:'"   llf   *r'X]i*'*lll'(l  T".      r\?rHi      I'lin       ilf  rn vfr\' SXoym I-Jni t-v,  il'l'lli'li! l.-lf'tlll'lllf* til  from thc  ll^llltllV,  i:iualin" is  !���������������> filmy  ii  ^���������-1 Zwt-j J-  t'O*-,'1",     /'-('.     A     YifiiX-     iii\  E-ctrri'ir.non,   Balcn   fa  .tr  w. )i;i'  him'  The  Propflr  !���������;.', ���������   [Sill   u.'cni  tits  '.nil   H������ III I:  *.i,  T  * 'i  ,(i  ���������.: 111.  ..on  U'li.'ii  r(,\ tt-t'i  fttu-oo-ettlon  nil to pti'd'H.  And  IiIm    ikIU'i    nithl     lo  (ltd '  ioiii -  N.     IJ.     J'  j MiuarcTs  I. Iinimf.nl lor DanrlruW  S&'yrJ****  tttamtm  - Canadla*s Best Buy -  THE ECONOMY- PACWAGE  ^2lff* t>3 v    (Also Procurable- Vk Ib, Package 15*)  -.t'ttitt-'. *:������*"W.  f~r~r--r. ~'.ys~_0~---m������������������>-*",. ..-.oafi. .INufVi.^. . -Jl '-  a. y',0A4ti   .-*.*������.*      .... ���������.      -������*���������-������>-  M~m  3^  ��������� ���������*y^1r^fiii,]^-**-������*'*^^-^*^*1^*^*1**1^"* mmui  miitii^iAi^i^MmiAaiiiitiMiitm^  SftjggjfcSj -I**
lemeiliiiigy Special for
the Fair Molof isL
v�� itieb
Circle Tours Through tiie
Canadian Pacific Rockies
ueiighxfui    i rip   Afforded  for   Tourists
Over C.P.R.
rama-Ja's   Figt<*Tisive  Trade
^ Prince
Prince Yorinito Higashi-Fushirni, 55.,
scion of one of the oldest princely
fs.:nilics and admiral ia the Ji-spauebe
n'avj', died June 26 at Hayima.
Since the- assassination of Field
Marshal Wilson and Dr. Walter
Rathena.li, both President Millerand
and Premier Poincare have been closely guarded by detectives. Their
homes also are  surrounded by police
Germanyls suffering-front a vLolenl
.attack of-spy,fever. During the past
-four yearjsj^^.400.cases.of-esploSage liave
been tried, and a prosecution which
took place tlie other day was the
120th within twelve months.?j
The dignity -of an Earl of-Hie United | CATARRHAL   DEAFNESS
Kingdom, witb the hereditary  title of fi^^^^P^^S'SS
the'Earl ofi-Yypres,     has    been    co'n- is a    -constitutional    remedy.      Catarrhal
_ ���.  , ,   Deafness  !s. caiised   by   an   mfijan-ed   con
ferred by King    George    upon    Field jdition ot the mucous Hating of the -Eusta-
rpi       ��� ,  jchian Tube.      When .this tube is inflamed
j.. ne   au- j-yQu have  a  rumbling* sound  or  imperfect
hearing',    and    when  ;-** is-entirely, closed.
Deafness is. the-result'.      .XTnless.   the    In-
flanmAation.ca.i-* ber reduced, your hearing
Stands First in Volume of Commerce
Per Head of Population
Addte&sing the parliamentary committee ol th^ League of Nations, Sir
Charles Gordon, one of the "Cadadian
delegates, stated that in volume of Ira-
ports ^nd exports Canada stood fourth
among the thirtv-four nations represented In volume of commerce per
head oi population Canada stands
first, and/in export trade third, being
being exceeded onlv by Great Britain
and Fiance.
��>y tiie most nirfgnniceiu iiiountam j
and inland water .trip-'in. the -world,
passing through beautiRil Banff, lovely Lake Louise, Field and Glacier
.thence to Arrowhead ��� steamer
ihiougli the A now add Kootenay
Lakes, winding in and out past majestic mountain peaks���touching at West
Robson and Nelson enroute.
This delightful tiip can be made in
tiie opposite direction if desired and
at remarkably ibw cost.
Any Canadian Pacific ticket agent
will gladly give full information and
arrange details. ' ^
RS. FRA NKWItKIE, or Syracuse, N. Y^, ;iormer)> matron
at the Stat* Reformatory at industry, N. Y��� who says siis i3 d^ttglvl-
ed with Tanlac-sinoa il r2-tor*;d
her health after sh; suffered ^Jgh';-
years.     ?-..-_���.?������    -*���
Short Course for Publishers
A new thing In veils that will be
a boon to the niotonst is sho-nn heie
with It ts of cliifton with an inset
.fmesh face v|!i"L iThe long ends "are
finished witll" elastic That slips over
the hand forming a sleeve. i:
Marshal   Viscount   French.
nouncement was made in The Official
Gazette." _ 5    ";    \      '.?     ? . ������''' .Z't-zi.  -���_
Several thousand school children'
placed Canadian inaple leaves and
'fti3iwerir~up"bn the graves of 'Canadian'
sbldiers at "Shorncliffe Cemetery. The
lloral . tributes_ included a .massive
wreath from t Lie-'girt students of Talbot, Lord Ifcoberts and Ityersan
Schools -of London,  Ontario.
The Dominion Government wi-H pay
the -CanEtdian:;-pa^^
for  the^rejnoval^ora'    span ;-.of."'.';.the,'
:hridge.,'over' F^lse^Creek, Vancouver^ -
"&C;,; toi:'7i>ermIt^ot1i''the^movemeilt' ;y��
vessels.''"'^ An item in. the- supplementary estimates  to'provide for tho  pay-
may be destroyed forever. -"HALL'S CATARRH MEDI&INE acts through *the:
btood oh the mucous 'surfaces'* of* the system, thus reducing the inflammation and
assisting .i-Jaturecin res-Loring normal ..conditions, i-
Clrculars free.       -All   Drlig'g'ists.
*. F.  J.  Cheney & Co.,  Toledo,  Ohio.
been passed.
By the employment of a specialty
devised low-temperature cooking process, investigators at the University
of Illinois-.have; succeeded in obtaining a good:Jgrade * offl coke from coals
which seemed devoid of any coking
.property::'*;.' r'-;'.^ZZ:Z'p''---      '"
If Not Corrected Serious Results May
In no trouble is delay or neglect
more dangei ous than anaemia, a poverty ot the blood. It is very, common
in young girls and in persons who are
overworked or confined within door��.
It makes its approach in so stealthy
a manner that, it; is often well developed before its presence is recognized.., \"-r'.'* .        ' .   .   :'  X.
But taken in time tii eve is a tottic
medicine which increases the nunibei*
of red blood corpuscles thus enabling
the blood to carry the life-giving
oxygen to all tlie tissues ofthe body.
Dr. Williams' Pink Pills > have had
much success in the treatment Ol?*thiS
stubborn trouble because oE this wonderful property.1 -     *
The  -correction . of anaemic conditions by Dr. Williams' Pink--,   Pills
as certain as anything can be.
Great Interest Being Taken in Conference of Western Weekly  News-
" .        -. paper  Men
The first 3J��ort Course and Conference for Newspaper Publishers, which
was held at Manitoba Agricultural
College in August last year, provided
four,. days of" Interest, value, and enjoyment to the newspapermen who
attended it and was the Successful beginning oi! a-community service of importance to the West. tt is now.an
assured certainty tha.t this year's
Short Course and Conference, 'which
likewise will be of four days' duration,
beginning Tuesday, August 8, will be
still . more interesting and enjoyable
and of greater" value to those attending it. It will be a greater success,
a ^success on a larger scale.
Governments and #11 other human
institutions exist for the purpose 'of
serving the community, and their
justification for existence can 3be
measured only by -the value x>f their
service- fethe*4 community. ������'..' The Department of Agriculture of Manitoba
provides community service of many
kinds aud in: varied - wa ys; ��� a ,, large
proportion of this service has Mani-
r?-.' i.f I toba   Agricultural  College, as  its   cen-
v > Time ��� has   Tested   it.-r-Dr.   ThomaS*
Eclectrie Git has b^en on. the market
,���~���t. rx.  i-s.ic- ix.x.rx.t^i ��� i-*. Ft.r. ri x�� i?   tv.Z ' upwiU'dsVot' fifty yetfrs ^ and    in    that
ment ot tins amount to the C.P.R. has | ^ .fc KaS.:prQved a blessing to thous
ands.      It is; in high faTbr throughout
Life Reid* Es  training some "o_ Ids   ?**>*<** ^d W8 excellence,has carried
���*,.������-��� ������'���*.      .*'������     .   ���     ,,���;--���"���   ,.  ".      its lame beyond the seas..    If it were
as an example the case of Miss Mary i tre and basis of operation, and the ini
D. Kelly, CharltfttetownP.E.T.,     whoj provement  of  agriculture,   the   better-1 such  aVvi"ul   pressure  on   my
��ajrs:���"My blood   was   thin  and wat-   meat 0f the  conditions    of    life    aind
ery    and    my    system very much;run | w0rk qC t,,e K,en and wo.liea eSgaged
���carrier pigeons at Sault Ste. Marie,*
Ont., for use with the p(>-passenger
aei'pplane which is-to, make a survey
of the forest in the Miehlpicpten area
this .summer for tlie Spanish River
Pulp and Paper Company. Already
six <sf Ihem have made the flight from
Searchmont lo the Soo, a distance of
about 30 miles, in a little -better thau
half au hour. ���������-���.A.
double the price it  vvould be a cheap
liniment.   '-.   Z
No Ne*d to Change
Uncle  Jolua.-���Wiljie if    you    could
have your way who would you rather
be than anybody else? ;:.*
Small Wil]ie.r~;Tust nie-Pif I could
always have my ' own way.���Edinburgh Scotsman.   ,
down. f could not dp. any work, or |
walk upstairs Without resting. I suffered, greatly frbm headaches "my
appetite.,, was .^ppor ajad ^ was also
troubled' with '..indigestion.* ,1 began
taking I>r. Witiiams" Pink Pills and in
a short time the -results , showed they
were just the- medicine* I needed.      I
ing strong&r and .better than I have
done for several years'. Prom my-^er-
sonal experience* I: can strongly recommend Dr. Williams' Pink Pills.
These,, pills are sold by all medicine
dealers or will be sent hy mail at 50j
cents; a box or six boxes for"$2.50 by
The     Dr.     Williams'     Medicine -Co..
Brockville. Ont.
Tramp-���Could you give a poor
fellow a bite?
Lady.���I don't bit�� myself, but I'll
call my dog. ^ ^
���   Prince  Charles  of Belgium  is  midshipman     on     the    battleship   which
j carried the Prince of Wales to India,
Let_Taste and Health
Take the Benefit
THERE'S  a  double   delight   in
Instant Post urn���that fanqema
-���cereal beverage.
. Taste finds the full satisfaction of a
Hot, comforting mealtime drink, and
health finds a real Mend���for Postum
is free from any of the drug elements
contained in tea and coffee.
Thousands  of people all over the
Instant Postum
"There's a Reason'*
-world use Instant  Postum regularly
as theZfce'tter table drink.
Suppose you order Instant Postum
from your grocer today. IMote its refreshing taste arid benefits to health.
You, too, 'will be a regular Postqm
user, thereafter. Instant Postum ia
made instantly in the cup at the table,"
merely-by adding hot water*
Marin by
Canadian Poatum Cor����l'
Co., Ltd.
Windsor, Ontuiio
nCnoftl Comnani
I.00- U M
m iaim"ltitMXt
.** hBimBTJui I .'* *
in the basic industry oi this country
as     iis     purpose. Every     agency,
method and. system which serves that
purpose serves and. promotes the prd-
gress*;;andisprc>spei!ity- of^he; ^country
as**a*-*wliole.* ���*>.*;->     ���-���-;������ r:.--:..:-y-.-.yx< ������?������,
-*tr��� XT.', i.t���r���. ���- ���- r.        xxxrxx.rx   -   t xx.V���VJ.i.*rrt-r�� . *1*m.      J-IlBC:.
.'.��� ..a.*** CHI! lUg-'-fQ*. -XXXV0X*- -������ <XiH*^WA*l.l*Mb.  .0tr. ���    ...-.xr
connection/than the promotion of a
vigorous community spirit in every
district. The local newspaper is* or
should be, the voice of the community
spirit. In co-operating with the local
newspapers'by means oC the Short
Cottrse and Conl'ereuce, Manitoba'Agricultural College is thus doing a, public service ol inestimable value.
The committees in charge are making plans i'or the. Short Course and
Cont'erence next. "August ';.which wilf
provide, as has been noted above.
even more varied interest and enjoyment lor each day than characterized
last year's Short Course and Conference. The newspapermen who bring
their wives witli them will be doubly
delighted, and so will their -wives.
There will be uo lack of entertainment for eitlier.
Manitoba Agricultural College, wLth
its   .spacious   buildiinei-s.   beautiful   surroundings, comfortable rooms and tlie
good  fare  provided in   Us bright and
airy dining hall, is an ideal place  for
such a gathering, especially in August.
Tlie    programme    ol' addresses and
discussions    will    afford opporlunities
oi' great value for the comparison of
Ideas, the  exchanging  of  experiences
and the asHiniilatioii   of   information,
in addition there will be    the    newspaper compel It Ion conducted ou similar lines  <o   that 'of hist   year.      The
competition    is    open   to newspapers
published in tow'ns of not more than
4,000 inhabitants   between-   T���nite   Sw-
perior   antl   BrMBlf  Columbia.     Six
prl/.oa are offered besides the cup provided by the litnotype Company as ilu��
ti'ophy for the wlnniiL'    of , the    first
prize.      There will also be two other
compelUioiiB.     . One   Is*   tor   lhe   cup
offered by the Salea Managers"  Amho-
elation, of Canada  to  the  newspaper
giving tho best ad vert I sing service to
"tbcal anerchants during the.month of
July. Xl*22, and the other in i lie competition for the gold wwtch put "up by
the  Toronto Type Foundry  Co,,   Lltu-
l*.ed,    for    the    newspaper giving lhe
"beat Iwcal newci iiervic-e-.
"ThiaIs the first time in.eight year*
that I haye been tree ,. from stomach
trbuljle and -, it * is. ajli because of the
wonderful good Tanlac has done nie," ,
said Mrs. Frajak; ^Ilfcie; "229 Cedar St.,
Syracuse. Mrs: "W'ilkie formerly re-.
sided in Buffalo and for two yeara
was niairon of the. State "Reformatory
at industry^'''I^.^vA"^.- ' ''ZyZ'i-P-^
y-i"l? ;^^s eating^ scarcelyf enough to
1-deep alive,** she declared^ "for I would
rattier not .touch, a bite than suffer the
misery   I 'kne^v would 'foilow.       Even
sweet milk disagreed with me. I was-
sick in bed for-two and three days at
a time. and. gas on my stomach made
almost cut off my breath. I had horrible dreams at night and in the morning wassail tired but.  x '? \Z"ZZ
" Wei I*} the. longest dav xLliyre T wi!!
praise    Tanlac,    lor iny improvement
has  been  simply reinarka ble.    L have
no    more    heartburn;    niy- appetite is
���.wonderful," "I can eat" mos t anything I
i'ui.      I-'ain thoroughly defsgljted.-v.-lMi
Tahlac.-^r It is wonderful."
J''Tanlac is sold by all good drusgisja.
. All men or genius are said to haye
clear, slow-moving, bright eyes. This
is** the eye which indicaios mental
ability of some IcinTTr .
%���  -^m~=~   '  #
fi-tlio nnturat dc-sh-4 of 4-vory w-oiunn,'
a��d in obtainaljla.by Uh�� ub<�� of Div
Clia.Ho'��'Otntm*Pn-t, rimples, b3iioVlie��afl,
roafihm-ss and r-c-rtnoss or tlso nUIn/
lrrttaiton nnfl e^?.<>iui> cliuBji^onr, tsnii
vV.* ^'n "1-ftffcBoCx.-RiiiooUi ftnit vplvotv..
All clwilern. or KilntHn*w��i, llnU-s A- Co..-
IiUuit<��d. Toronto. <M4i��nn>lu livo If yoii
mootlou tbtg p��i��er,
A  Dominioti JB-xpicsk Money  Order  ior li��*
dollars cosi* thre* centt-
TiOH     Amt-rH-PH.     C:kl..   v/a-t
In  nut  by Spanish soldiers.
(Min.J-ncJ's Li mime nt for Burns, etc
��ook;a Cotton icooi tDomjmutt^,
j�� mttfa, reHt-bU rtoulalint.
���mtrdiein*.   6old in  iHi*r��* ii��-
E. *t ���tranicth���No. 1, tl]
S. $3; No. 3. 8-3 per l>oi.
Iir Mil iilni^Bi*!". Of -r-11.0-
nrapkid on n��ecip( oH pnea,
Vet.     -pn-npUtol.        A>ldre��i|
T��I0MT��. OUT.  Vmmtttt -HUinu.
ISfttc  FC��-t��vodi����
I.-VOO   mKM.VHttfl
unit   How   io   I'��>ed
Mulled    .-'rn-a    to tsuy
AtUtrfmn i*y ilirt
H.    CLAY    f3J.OVKh
t'O..   I St',.
It-    -W'Zhi-    ?..Vt��    fit., I
Kew   Vo.rU.    V.ti.A.
\V.    N.     Xi.    1*127 \  THE  CKESTOK  HBVIEW  mm  ZZZ  Local and JPersonal  ICE���������lc. pound delivered in Oreston.    Apply F. K. Smith.  Dr. .Lille, dentist* will  visit Creston  -professionally from July 24th to Aug*  UaS vvii.  Mrs. Bert Nelson left on Monday for  New Denver, and will visit with  friends in the Slocan for the next few  weeks.        r  Mr. and Mrs.   McGuveran   of   Vancouver arrived on  Monday, on   ~\ visit  "to the  latter's parents, Mr._ and Mrs,  E. H. Small.  '"Bass fishing in the Kootenay commenced this week and several nice  catches have been made in the back  bend of the stream.  Miss Anna Anderson of the nursing  staff of St. Eugene Hospital. Cranbrook, is at her home here for the  usual two weeks* vacation.  &. C *��������� Kimberley of the Imperial  Bank staff is at Fernie for ten days re  lieving the cashier of the branch in  that city, who is on his annual vacation at present.   _.  Charles Faas. who has been making  headquarters at Vancouver for the  past six months, arrived in Creston on  Monday, and will spend a few days  with the family here.  Owing tos & more abundant than  usual supply of news we are unable to  find room for a letter by ������������������Hopeful"  on the high cost of living in Creston.  Jt will appear next week.  Mr. Hale of Calgary. Alta., post-  office inspector for this district, made  his annual inspection of Creston on  Monday, and   reports the ^office  kept  n sk ���������# rnu  ^rx.x.xt    ~rx   Xtxrx  bsst in his WaoOie terstitory.  AND  Moir's, Isilson's, Willarcl's  111  For Saxk���������3 buggies, 5 democrats  and 3 wagons, (heavy and light), all  are in good order. Also three milch  cows; one-half Jersey and. two Hol-  steins. A. Nelson, (Erickson P.O.)  Canyon  The evening of Monday, Sept. 4tt),  Labor.Day, has been appiopiiated by  the board of trade for their annual  entertainment feature, the proceeds of  which will be spent^m publibsty effort  this fall. ���������  Sana Whittaker, who has frequently relieved A. R. Swanson at the  C. P. K. depot here, has just been installed as .permanent agent at the  station the railway has opened at  Kimberley.  Almost $170 was disbursed in June  by the^proyincial police in payment of  dS&k B&B-x BjfBm.  always on Jianfl  Take some, on your  Picoics.  lert Norris  Next Bevan'$6arag8  1  Have You Joined  Creston & District I  Fifteen fedreti  Ciyb  Yet? :  Write the Secretary for  Adplication Forms  Try the Drugstore First  For Perfect Health Clean  Teeth are Essential  Neglect your Teeth and the result will he an unhealthy  condition   of  the   m6uth, with  broken, dirty and  unsightly teeth, and poor health.  Proper'Care will ensure  good, clean, perfect, healthy  teeth, with very little trouble.  Which is YOUR Choice?   Poor teeth���������poor health.  Clean teeth���������good health.  KLENZO  LA i 1  Mail Orders a  Specialty.  Liquid Antiseptic 35cm  Dental Creme .....35c.  Tooth Brushes '..~,J35a.  AM    ltd  I,  Lllli  Phone Service  Prompt A tten tion  PRY WHEEL  The $150 Tractor Crafting; and Freight Extra  Cuts the Cost of Cultivating  MULTIPLIES  Matt Ftoww* ~r  FIVE  A Sprywheel and one man can do moro  e"������?tsT.-alln|f fh.im fwe TO'ta mrith wheel  ho**, tl |������������y������lor itteli before thc> growing  seasons in hall oyer* in labor ���������������v#d*-. The  better crop-is -youMl got *re additional  rea*otka for buying m S"Knr?wlMiel now.  D������mnn������t rations gladly tlvttn.  Lm aaax. Atm Its ttttti MfiM    ttHkfflftl tf~tm M~^  I llll A11 DlftJd  i  Rsaluklvfi Agents  bounty earned for the l^rill of crows.  This is the biggest ifconth's pay on  record, and was almost totally'^enrn'fid  by the Indians.        ' :r,..  ���������Growers are reminded of the meeting in  Speers5  Mali   on   "Wednesday,  'July S6tli<;jftt which J. Forsyth Smith.  the Dortimion fruit commissioner in  England, ^Ul^beak, on marketing  apples iii the Old Country.     ~  Fob Sai.e���������^Holstein cow. 4 years  old going 5. due to freshen August IS  (second calf). Also one Holstein heifer almost t'wjo years old. guaranteed  quiet and docile. $125 cash takes them  both.   Jock McKay, Lister.  For Sale���������Three hundred and  twenty acres near Arrow Creek,  known us sub-lot 54.' Purchaser may-  have choice of north., or south half at  $10 per acre, or the whole lot at 1$8  per acre. W. K. ISsHng., Rossland, B.Cl  JErnest Ryckman, who has been lo-  catedHn San lYanciseo for almost the  past four years, - reached Oreston the  fore part of the week on a visit to his  mother. Mrs. Byckmah and the chil-  dren arrived here about three weeks  ago. '     -  According to the July bulletin issued  hy the Dominion department of agriculture the Valley* apple crpp Is estim-  ated to show a 30 per cent, increase  over last year in the fall and winter  varieties, *-whHe~sumnier apples will be  ���������50 per rent. less. '  O. R. 'Ward of Cran brooK. was iaere  on a business visit this week. From  all accounts Chautauqua was quite an  expensive undertaking for those who  guaranteed it at Cranbrook, this year  ���������ufftv of them "having to put up $12  apiece to make up the deficit.  Raspberry shipping is now under  way, the warm spell which set in On  Tuesday speeding up the ripening process. Unless, snore rain puts in an ap  pearance immediately the raspberry  crop will be even lighter than last  year when about 5000 crates were  shipped,  Sunday's clash with Bonners Ferry  will probably be the last big baseball  game of th<- season, and it will assuredly, be the most exciting. Don't miss it.  As considerable "expense is entailed in  bringing in these outside teams it is  hoped the collection will be generous.  Game called at 2 p.m.  For the���������.������������������,-.July -meeting of the  Women's Institute tonight the feature  will be'an address on; the work of the  Society fpr the prevention of Cruelty  to Animals, which' 'will, he giyen by  Mrs. Bowyet of Willow Point, who is  addressing other points in the Kootenay in the interests of this work.  Routine business largely was transacted at the quarterly meeting of the  library board op <. Monday night,, at  which a vote of thanks was extended  all who have been so kind in giving  books to the library, and particularly  Mrs. Lyne, who has been exceptionally generous irrdbnating volumes.  ���������, At a meeting of the ,F������uit Growers  Union directors this\week it was de-  cided to proceed with the erection o^  the new warehouse on the day lubor  basis, and Geo. Hendren has been selected to supervise- construction.  Lumber is now being hauled and work  on the cement basement will lie under  way immediately,  Showery weather prevailed over the  .week end, bringing with it welcome  v *lief from almost a month of equator-  id ol-run tic conditions'. The rainfall,  however, was insignlHcant, and it is  novv at least Ave weeks since there  was a general rainfall' the prolonged  heat is beginning to show its effect on  some of the tree fruits.  With the bettt battery in Bunt Kootenay and all tho other weak spots in  the Creston team strengthened the  baseball match with Bonners Ferry on  Sunday afternoon will assuredly be  the fastest and closest of the year.  Too, this will probably bo the limb big  game of tho year, an none nhoulrl miss  lb.   Play starts at 2 o'clock.  Norman Oruigio hfis been receiving  nxtf-mftlvn crvnpjratulations the pant  few days on bh<������ occasion of httf recont  mutrlago to Mlsai Jean Yonng of  Winnipeg, the happy event taking  place at Calgary, Alta., tho latter part  of Juno, Mr, and Mrs. Cmiglo return  od to Crouton about a week ago and  ure nicely nettled In the groom's rosl-  d^n-nfl on Park l-tnnti.  There has been qui to an active demand for town properly within the  past couple of wwkfl. among tlM-i buy-  ������r������ being Mr. Burg, who recently arrived from Lairds Busk., who has pur-  cliaHed flvtt lutu In the Barton Addition,  adjoining tlus Joy wlioo whop. Mr, Ebbutt, Iiuh ������1mo ficqwlrrtl a numlier of  IBartoKM'ivtata1 lotH 9n> the nt^ghlior-  hood of IjIh r������>ti|da->ncik ������������n lllllulid^ Roml.  M AfmiKTr���������At tho MethodIfitpJirMiin.  age, Creston,  on   Thursday   evening,  June   29th,   by   Rey. G.Knox.   Miss  Margaret -Gross  Fred Waylett.  At the   amuiai  school   meeting  on  Saturday  night  the ratepayers   con-  )f   Canybsi   City   to! curred in   th������,: trustees   recosneiiehda-  Mr. and Mrs.   Way^' tion to add   another   teacher  to   the  lett have taken up housekeeping in  the new residence on the H. B Staples  ranch at Brickson, which the groom is  managing this year. ^  high school staff, and voted $8200 to  carry qn the year's school work. It.  B. Staples was re-elected trustee and  Dr. Henderson auditor. -   ������������������-. .  nmm FSB mnm wdsr  Sealed tenders so-marked will be received by the undersigned up til! Saturday, July 22nd. for the position of  janitor for the ensuing year of the  seven-room public and high school at  Creston, duties -fco commence September 1st. 1822. Lowest tender not  necessarily accepted. S. A. SPEERS,  Secretary School Board* Creston.      _^  TESDERS FSB REHOVISTlSg SCHOOL  _\  --BL Jt.  Ceivcu  Sealed tenders so marked will hereby the .undersigned up to Sat-  uiday, July 22nd, 1922, for painting  schoolroom and kalsomi ng basement  of. Cahvoh City schooL Lowest or  anv tender hot neccessarily accepted.  All other information may ha bad  fwnso G. E. VANACKERAN, Secretary School Board, Canyon City.  For shootingpoyotes, Fox^Groundhogs, Gophers, Hawks  and the pesky old black Crow, and all small game i n  Made <of the finest bar steel, with'-genuine..  season.  n-:  walnut stock, pistol grip9 oil finished.  Xhe strpngest\ and (with our patented automatic  Safety half-cook on the 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 25% more rifling  than in other i*ifles.    We have two "Cooky's-left and  ���������eI*-9&F-in& mi gSmSO  Every part of our Rifle is thoroughly tested before our  Bed Tag  Guarantee Qard is--'.attached,  the nam#���������it gets the  Ifeinember  game.  MAWSON   BROTHERS  Better Service  General Merchants  Lower Prices  tl  HEADLIGHT  RALLS  (Union Adade)  V  Extra Denim; Extra Comfort; Extra Weaf  Dark Blue double and  twist   Denim, cut full  and   roomy,   all   seams   triple   stitched.  This Overall cannot be beat for workmanship   and   material,   and   absolutely  guaranteed   to   give   good wear   or we  will replace them,  \  C      A ���������  mm~m~ym     XTL#  ^fflSSfflgsy. 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