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 JLJtUi  j*.Xi������3 JL\jrr%  J3 ������ AJ^ YV  Vol. -XIV.  CRESTON, B. C, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1^22  No. 32  \  ������������������������--  /  Jos.<������W. Bell and Stewart A. Bvans  have gone to Kimberley, where? they,  are -working on the new  concentrator  , blinding at'that.poh.t, and. will probably1 be*$way*-*all-winter. .     /  - Mr. and Mrs. X Filmer and Frank  Alexander haye just returned from  Spokane, -where they took in the Interstate fair.  Messrs. Wilson and Atkinson" of tbe  Dominion Soldier Settlement Board,  are here on an official yisit at present  and,- we understand, are making an  appraisal of all the improved places in  tbe area. ,   "- -^ -  Road making operations commenced  ' on Monday-with John' Bird in   charge  of a small crew pf  m&n. ' - At present  but one team is employed. ^  E. Langston,  sr.,    of Yah a,  was a.  week-end visitor at his home here. -  Downs' vocal and Mrs. Rose's piano  selections were also features of a very  pleasant.afternoon. ' The guests were  Mrs. Watcbe^, Mrs. Rose, Mrs. Compton, Mrs." F. H. Jackson,. Mrs.* Bevan,  Mrs. Hayes,,,Mrs. Speers, Mrs. Henderson and Mrs. Brown.  \Sr~mmm~rx~m>r.  v w a~.-tf.*~-1 a. o  Instituii  Ladies Entertain  The Women?s Institute had the  September meeting on Friday afternoon, but due'to tbe attendance not  being large the report of the conference, was held over tili next month:, as  there were many interesting points to  bring.up; Dr. H. B, Young, provincial officer of health, forwarded a  copy-of. a resolution passed "by the  Dominion Council of Health at Ottawa  last June which fetrongly urges every  perron to submit themselves to an  annual medical examination, and in  that way help toward the preqention  of disease.  Omitted from Prize List  In tbe prize-.ligt. for tbis year's fall  fair there are ajpouple of Amissions to  which,the attention of intending ex:  hibitors is calte<$^   They are:  -'Class 1, Section 56���������Plate of pears (5).  Class 4,   Section  93���������Barred'"'" Rock  jrtSitei*. -^ ^ -  1    In Class-L   Section 68,   tbis should  read basket or plate of fruit for table  Mrs. Mallandaine entertained at the  tea hoUtMast Friday afternoon in honor of Mrs. Floyd Rodgers, a recent  bride. Mrs; F. H. Jackson presided  at tbe tea tableland Miss Efitfe Arrow-  smith assisted the hostess in serving,  Mrs. C. B. Garland rendered some  piano selections, and Mrs.- H. B.  Downs favored with some vocal nam  bers. Those ^present were Mrs. Floyd  Rodgers, Mrs. C. O. Rodgers, Mrs. J.  Arrowsmith, Miss EfSe Arrowsmith,  Mrs. W. K. Brpuvn, Mrs. C. G. Ben-  'nett, Mrs. Jas. Compton, Mrs.-. JaB*.  Cherrington, Mrs. H. B..Downs, Mrs.  C. B, Garland, Mrs. C. F. Hayes and.  Mrs. F. H. Jackson.  Engineer Visits Arrow Creek  Mr. NeweJJ. engineer of the Spokane  Cement Pipe Company, Ltd..   the firm  that installed the  irrigation-system at  Grand-Forks, arrived on Sunday^ and  is busy tbis   week   looking   over   the  proposed    route   and   intake    of   tbe  Arrow Creek system.    About a month  ago Mr.   Gallipean,   manager   of   the  same firm, spent a couple of-days here  investigating   the   same   proposition.  Mr. Nowell,  on reaching Nelson, will  have access  to  the report Mr.  Biker  made on the project, and the firm will  submit the An ow Creek. trustees an  estimate of the cost of putting in the  system on the survey made by Engineer Biker. __  Rod &l Gon Giufo  '    Loose Pheasants  Mi-r&^-eigfii&gi  Mrs. C. O. Rodgers entertained informally on--^Wedne^day-afternoon ih  jOTtlyAtoJf^  :^jj#an^  : Jj^gus������bi3c^^ home was pret^ly  decorated with roses art a' ';^ut;f]pnrers**:  Mrs. F. H.:' Jackson assisting the hostess with the ref reshmen ts, whilst Mrs.  Have YOU Done  ^Ybiirself and  Your Family!  Join the Creston and  District Fifteen Hundred  Club!  6^Boh^M^������~e6dyLeaves  Creston Valley Rod and Gun Club  had a very busy^and useful sessionjat  the August meeting with ~~ full turnout of members; and President Mallandaine occupying the chair. . Two new  -members were -eiMtolled' in T. Lauder  of Camp Lister, land It. W. Ky le. -  In connection with tbe request to  the fishery . department that Goat  River between the Canyon and Kitchener be closed- for two years petitions for the signatures of those favoring the policy are now at tbe office of  President Mailiabdame. Mawson Broth  ers store, and one wil! be placed at the  McLeod store at Erickson. Quite  definite assurance.has been giyen that  if the necessary number sign these  lists the department will make the  closure effective in April and continue  it in force -until April 1925.-and will at  once stock the -stream with' steelhead  tvos3t.-.y -'' i iZZ.ZZZ'Z-::i:izZ' ���������        . :'.?-.?'.  The   special   committee    that   this  spring piant^\#:a.���������:^^tilInbex, of the  sloughs on iKootenay Flats -with wild  rice reported that - in: every case most  satisfactory growth-was shown, and  the club ordered tbe- purchaseZ of sn-  ������������������i-.-.:!--jiz?0}-~r.  r'i*mtsr~'~i.'Lr.  - --.;.--*7������������������*-**.  R.  ZZMp. ��������������������������� i -ani^ps^  yesteiniay- Zif&p ^*theii  Trails where "Sob ��������� is  liiianagena^nt of^ "the :  B. McLeod left  .��������� new" home at  taking oyer tlie  grocery department of the Trail MercantileCompany.  He bas been on the" stiiff of the S. A.  Speers store for the past three years  and was one of the most efficient and  popul'tr salesmen ever seen in the local  retail trade, as well as being prominently identified with athletic actiyitie<-.  On Tuesday afternoon Mrs. McLeod  was guest at a farewell tea. given in  her honor .by the . Methodist Ladies'  Aid at tbe home of Mrs. R. B. Staples.  Both will be greatlv missed from Ores  ton. and the best wishes of all go with  them* for health and prosperity in  their new home.  Fou  Sale���������Colony  Crosthwait. .  of bees.      Mrs.  Send applioatibn t'o Secretary,  . _Cr#ston, B. C.    / .  The biggest fine ever levied in the  history of Creators police court was  collected on Saturday last when the  Dominion Export *Lujnor Company  was mulcted in the sum of $1000.00 and  costs for,sellingjlqnor contrary to the  export trade regulations.  Get your Prize List.  ,^^0^^m-gl^*^'f^^U^'*^a^-^tWfm%^0-^^w^M^^^^^U  &JL2UBUL  SPECIAL  FARES  TWENTIKTH ANNUAL  nelson  Fruit Fair  SEPT. 20���������SEPT. 22  GOING DATES:���������Kootenay  Landing, Field and wosb, Sept.  18fch to 22nd. East to Field and  Kootonay Tandiug, Sept. 18th  to 21st.  BETUKN LII|IT���������Sept. 24.  Informcdion and Tickets from  A.RSW^NSON, Ticket A������oni,  GrftBtotM**  VICTORIA  EXHIBITION  Sept. 18���������Sept. 23  GOING DATES  September 16 to September 23  RETURN LIMIT  "September 20.  Information and Tickets from  Alt. BWAN8UN, Ticket Agent,  Creston.  in the eyening there was both an adult  and infant baptism in Christ Church.  Lost���������Between Lister and Creston  on August 26th, black astrachan neck^  piece.    Reward to finder   on   leaving  same at Review Office.  '. August weather shows the hottest  day of the month to have been tbe 2nd  when tbe mercurv rose to 97 in the  shade, while the coolest touch was on  the 25th when it went down to 43.  Tbe total rainfall ^for the month was  .three-fifths of an inch.  Service in Christ Christ Church at  -7.30 Sunday evening when Kev. ���������F. B.  Atkinson of Invermere will be-tbe  preacher. Those who heard him nn a  previous visit about a, year ago will  welcome this opportunity to again  hear one of his practical talks.  Bridge foreman J. P. Johnston with  a crew of about three men started  work at the first of the week on some  needed repairs to the bridges at Goat  River Crossing, and" will also give  some attention to the Arrow Creek  bridge; as well as the old bridge at  Canyon.  Showery weather that prevailed  most of last week limited haying operations to about half a day for the  whole week. Since "Saturday, however, Indian summer climatic* conditions have prevailed and the haymakers are more than making up for  lost time.  MtGhener*,  Mr. Lloyd, who had his leg injured  a coupl^ of weeks ago and had to be  taken to the Cranbrook hospital, has  returned to Kitchener.  The "very hea-vy rain on Tnursday  night last effect! yely put out the forest  fires for this season, and the men who  have been engaged at fire fighting  have now all been laid off. .  School was opened on Tuesday with  Miss Hunter, of Silverton in charge.  She is a daughter of William Hbnter,  M.P.P.   for   the   Slocan.   and   comes  highly recommended as a teacher.  -The school has been painted inside  and Kitchener now has one of the best  one-room schools in^the district.  Miss Hagen of Wynndel arrived  this week to work for B. Johnson.  Dr. Henderson of Creston was here  between trains -on Tuesday, having  been called here due to the   illness of  Clara Hunt.  ' '  Kitchener Timber Company have  started logging operations already,  and from all appearances will have a  very busy winter.  Friends of Miss - Irene Schmidt will  hear witb satisfaction that she i^ coming along nicely after her operation  for appendicitus in the Rossland hospital at the end of August* but it will  be a coupie of weeks yet before she  can take the school at Sirdar.  ������J lil-uu  ;6ther46C:*bf~*ricfe&^  U::^*t*^*������*r*^^^ ���������rr--.-.. r* * ���������-- ���������;!-~"--  oi������ other etoughS" UKthe sasite a  afirea������ ZZ?".  ^Report' w^;;--;*made������*^  looseftiT a ciouDie of dozen ���������'���������i'Mo'nnmlia n;  ��������� ."*   -,.: ���������.-*������������������'��������� * .���������:������������������....*.���������������������������.       -.rr. .,   *    ��������� ::.: .... .-Jr -:������������������:-��������� rj--: ���������  r.  pheasants thatFhj^  the gatne ' conservation "(boarefc. 'Z-i. Of  these four were cock-bi*sds*:'*.ana1 this  makes the second lot of pheasants  thus to be set at liberty in this section  About nine years ago the old. Fish'and  Guiue Club put: out about a dozen of  them, and while they seem to have*  done well never as yet have there been  enough of them in evidence to warrant  the establish ment of an open season.  The club desires to call attention to  the bag limit in the grouse season this  year. Although a daily kill of twelve  is permitted, sportsmen should note  that not more than six willow, grouse  may be taken in one day���������the other  six to be of any other variety or vari  ieties. The local club is particularly  well, pleased with the extended grouse  season. A year ago it was restricted  to three weeks, nnd although this club  asked for a Six weeks' season the ft^e  weeks' open season for 1622 is eminent  ly satisfactory. The meeting ' endorsed a resolution to prosecute all  persons reported.to them as having  excoeded the daily or. season' kill of  any cIhss of game bird or animal.  The .chairman of tho game co^sery-  ation board will be wired to appoint at  deputy game guardian for this area  until al least tho close oE.the* deer season. Lust year an official of this sort  was on duty for the closing two weeks  only. A letter will alao be written in  this connection explaining in detail  the necessity for such an appointment,  To speed up the collection of 1022  dues the searotaty will notify all in arrears that unless the membership foe  io pnlc^wlthta thirty claya tho naimon  of all then delinquent will be dropped  from the membership roll.  honsewarned on Saturday night when  about fifty couples tripped the light  fantastic until about midnight to excellent music furnished by T.-Trevel-  yan on the accordeon, the town band,  as well as A. R. Swanaon's wonder j  phone, with W. Truscot^ officiating "as  floor manager.  : With the  exception, t of.  putting   in  -the -Windaws and': dbofss;  :*r.-.-....--^^_-w^K^*e*y.^.s������*.^a^  work-;"on: ihe~������ew?iKoK|������  campl ete^aia-d ,n|t ^^i^jp^fcec^tbes  ���������ita-or liVachine^HHtl sfea.^ of p:se!i4?ssi.p*i������������*^  be: at woik inJtn e;;riew::ati^ture ;*^rly]:j  Pushing Irrigation  construction  ���������rrr.?^-iM&iJ-~**?������*.-:.-~  Local and Personal  Anglers will please take notice that  Mawson Brothern hri"vc eiitsonrlpcl lhair  prl^o competition for the largest trout  and chnr caught this acason to close  on Octobur IsL In the trout class the  entry list does not aa yet Bhow any  overly largo specimens.  Sunday was quite a notable day tn  th������ way of baptisms. In the afternoon Pastor Knox, uastatcd bv Mr,  Rogers of Loth bridge, had a aorvice on  the fclata when half a dozen candidates  were immersed in Woat Biver.   whSlat  next; week. - The grading^for tne-spur'  track is also fltiisbed ahd tracklaying  can start any da vnowv*.  Monday was receiving day at the  primary room of the public school,  when Miss Creighton enrolled about  fifteen brand hew scholars. All the  school roonts are pretty well filled and  by the time the apple picking season  i-i over it would look as if the attendance at  the   high   and   public   schoo  would run to a total of 240.  i ��������� ��������� i. . ��������� ,  The first real break in the dry spell  that has e reyailed since the first week  in June caine on Thursday night and  Friday naorningiast when-a <������<jd soak-  et of a rain yielded at least an inch of  wetness which was most welcome for  the spudsi and other'root crops." In  the sonny weather that has prevailed  since the appleB are taking-on color  rapidly.  Capt. Forrester of Kitchener was a  week end visitor with Creaton friends.  He has been busy the past two months  in chargp of ono of the crews fighting  fires in tbe Kitchener section, which  tlto heavy rains of last week put out  foi' the present season. Abotit tbe  only individual fire sufferer was the  Kitchener Timber Company -who had  about 4500 poles go up in smoke.  For  the   first   time   in  its   history  Oreston Will entertain the deanery of  EaaL Kootenay which will meet here  in three.day session on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday next, at the Parish Hall, Clergy front. Fernie, Golden  In verm ore nnd Cranbrook ������re expected to attend hb well us Aiclideacon  Graham of NuIhou. t The delibeiations  will be presided over by Hural Dean  Harrison of Cranbrook.  A qulet**wedding was  solemnised oo  tho over.ing of Labor Day at the home  of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Atkinson, when  Miss (Brace Doris of CJi-uubrtaot was  united in marrInge with Arthur M  Atkinson, warehouse manager for  Creston Fnill Growers Union, Lid.  Tbe couple wei*e unattended and only  tho immediate relatives witnessed, the  happy event, which was aoleinni'/wd by  Father .Bessette. For tho present  they nt-v. awaking thcir home with Mr.  and Mrs. Joe Atklwuon, who are- oc-  csapy&ng- the Tpnytetl home on Victoria  Avo.  The joint irrigation committee consisting of F. EL Jackson, representing  t-he Ratepayers* Association; Jas.  Adlard* Creston Board of Trade; Mrs.  BL. B. Downs, Women's institute, and  L. T. Leyeque and Chas. Moore of  the Erickson and Creston locals of the  i&$$jjlis^ of  ihe,:*.irr:*gjitum" :MtUatrO"*;W*ere'Siscussed  -and'in :additioni: ���������-.-' to* ��������� ;TnafeTng^fa^rrange-  ments|'"fpr ��������� .*;. handlirig-.lSngineer riNeiwell  of Grand Forks, who is he^e looking  th e project over th e meet! ng also  drafteda pointed letter to the minister of lands statung the urgency of the  present situation and appealing for  immediate action in the matter of  getting aii independent engineer's report as warranted under the terms of  the act nnd the petition sent in some  months ago by the property owners  interested.  The Presbyterian Ladles' Aid announces-that they will serve their  usual Thanksgiving Day supper again  this yeai% and the date will be definitely announced'us soon as Thanksgiving  Day Is officially announced.  -0-0.  Saturday  Sept. 30th  tr-  TEcpjular Prices!  \  Grand Theatre  Presents  James Oliver Gurwood's  production _  God's Country  and the Woman  from tho famous book of  Uio same namo.    Also a  tmiHIE   ^OTItJH   UUBB1LBJII  ��������������� r-iZ  ��������� #.:  if  '__ . pgy    ��������������������������� _   .  -i  and dM$Qsiih.lQ  MS  IHHIWtVI������ftH������  ani'ttur   14im     >n������,  nUmi n'J>hvw  Tke Public Suffers And   Pays  A newspaper despatch from Detroit on August 27 reported.* Henry Ford  as saying that, as a result oi the coal shortage caused by the strike of the  miners, 105,000 employees or the Ford Motor Company throughout the United  States would be. thrown out of .employment on September 16. and'thatln addition several hundred thousand other workers-employed'in industries furnishing materials for the Ford plants would be forced into, idleness. Ih other  words, the-means of livelihood ot between one and two mil lion people would  be cut off. ' ~~i..  These hundreds of thousands of men'* and ' their families'are** to suffer.  through uo act of their own. nor because of~any dispute with their employers  ���������because it is well-known that the Ford .employees are -well paid and well  treated���������but solely because of a labor conflict between the coal operators and  the miners, and the attempts being made to -settle thir differnces -of-opinion  by the waging of an industrial war, instead of endeavoring to reach~an amicable settlement through an arbitration conference.  Why should these'people be made the innocent .victims .of ..the unreasonableness and greed of others?      Is our boasted civilization such a poor thing  that leaders in public life, in nuance and industry, and in the direction of organized labor, cannot devise any better method of settling their disputes than  by a resort to war?"    Are  these leaders  so devoid of commonsense and intelligence, so lacking in an appreciation of what constitutes right and justice,  that they ar* ready and willing io inflict loss and suffering upon hundreds of.  thousands  of absolutely innocent men,  women and  children?      in  their refusal to see any side to the questions confronting them but that "in which is  bound up their own selfish interests they are surely guilty of a criminal intent far surpassing''many acts punishable-by severe penalties under the law.  The coal strikes in the Canadian Maritime Provinces and in* Western Canada have been settled and the miners have returned, to work, but only after  enormous and quite unnecessary losses have been inflicted upon both "parties  to the .disputes, which might just as well; and ought to have been, settled by  conferences before the strikes took place instead of .after the strikes. Miners  and mine owners alike have lost money, the public exchequer has been  put to heavy and unwarranted expense���������all of which the public must, in the  final analysis, pay. ' "  And now, with what is generally admitted to be the second heaviest grain  crop in the history of the Dominion to be transported by rail and boat to the  markets ol the world just beginning to move, our transportation systems will,  likewise be called upon to handle an enormous volume of coat 1 raffle in order  to fill up 'empty coal sheds and bins which ought to have been handled during (he slack months in grain movement. Instead of our transportation sys-  rems being enabled to spread lhe freight movement over a long period, they  musi  cope with iwo peak loads at one and the same time.  Just what this means in further loss cannot accurately be estimated, but  anyone at all  familiar wiih ih-p* subject kn-a-ws that  the loss will be consider  able because the business must   be cared for iu fhe  in ;he least expensive way. So, here again, the public must pay. The loss  salts upon them. This Is clearly revealed in present and prospective coal  prices and also an .the warnings being issued of the probable difficulty ol* ob-  iMininK sidequaie sujnpli.es ol" coal when they are needed.  Apart altogether from any question as to whether the miners or the mine  owners ate primarily responsible for these huge losses and inconvenience 1o  \.l>(* public W.t-Lr as Vim much greater issue of the rights of people generally,  i'oiiricians nv d stop pussy-footing aud abandon their attitude of timidity Jn  de-aSam*? with iff- two opposing forces of Capital and Labor. Each is a great  v.Ltrc-e and pow.-r in 3 he rial ton. Raeli is essential to the well-being and prosperity oi the country. Neither can* get along without the other,*. But great  and important as shey ai\'������. there is ������. still greater force and power and one  which .constitutes a much more vital factor in the commonwealth���������that is the  vlaole people; 1n other words, the nation Itself.  Polltir-ians, 5n*tnad of striving to gain the 'support of this ' particular  jtjmup -or tliat. or rather fnttf.nvoring not lo antagonize either, must lake a decided .<*���������*.*>finrl and tell b-oih thai this suicidal strike nonsense 'must cease, and  that labor disputes must be set I led in a sane and intelligent manner through  processes nimilar lo those provided by courts of law I'or the settlement of all  otli^r civil fit^pn-'p'  For Acidity or Bile  two. months in England studying trade  conditions there,- states that there  is every cause for optimism. - Generally speaking, he satd, the outlook was  brighter-than'it was a year ago, and  there was a better feeling among the  business-men of Britain.  One of the-' most hopeful features,  said Mr. Field,"was that hundreds" of  representatives ,of>- British businesses  were at* present travelling about the  world seekingmarkets and investigat:  ing conditions. Many of these men,  he said, would visit Canada, where  their capital was again begin ning. to-  seek an outlet.  British manufacturers, he -explained, were anxious to enter into co-oper-  ���������ative relations- with Canadian factories and distributors. Not only were  they eager to place their money in  Canadian enterprises, ."but they were  *also seeking to make arrangements  for the manufacturing' under joint  directorates, of their products lu Canadian factories already established.  While it was true that British capital, in many instances, contemplated  investment in Canada through tEie establishment of branch plants, J;he general tendencs' was to make use of The  manufacturing facilities already established in Canada for the production of-  their goods.  Look for weakness or ill-heallh. See  if there is not a side ache, headache1,  restlessness and the "blues." The  symptoms indicate that you need the  gentle assistance of Dr. Hamilton's  Pills. This soothing medicine is a  great friend to - womankind. * They.  are a wonderful relief to constipation,  they clear up sick headache, remove  wastes" ;and poisonB from the system.  Girls-and women can use Dr. Hamilton's Pills with great success. Thousands use no other medicine and rely  solely upon-,Dr. Hamilton's Pills to  regulate the system and .keep it in  smooth running order, 25c all dealers  or The Catarrhozone Co., Montreal.  ���������&>  Healthiest-Year  Figures   "'compiled    hy    thirty-seven  life insurance companles    show    tha t  1921 was the healthiest year for Canada of which there is any record.  SUMMER COMPLAINTS  KILL LITTLE ONES  At the first sign of illness during  the. hot. weather give the little ones  Baby's Own Tablets or in a few hours  he may he beyond aid. These Tablets  will prevent summer complaints if given occasionally to the well child and  will promptly relieve these troubles if  they come on suddenly. Baby's Own  Tablets should always be kept in  every home where there are young  children. There is no other medicine  as good and the mother has the guarantee of a government analyst, that  most expensive instead of j \hQy are absolutely safe; The Tablets are sold  by medicine  dealers  or  New Stock Feeding Plan  Finfsh "Sheep  and   Hogs on  Clean?ngs  Of W-est-ern Elevator?  A Vancouver syndicate is being organized to finish sheep and   hogs on  cleanings ol" western elevators. Cleanings  contain a large    percentage    of  noxious weeds; which still make good  fattening; for food- The danger in  selling promiscuously is that the seeds  might become scattered and create a  noxious weed danger. The plan is to.  centralize the flock in" feed centres  where no danger of spread of noxious  weeds could exist. The plan is receiving very.serious consideration hy  elevator and packing plant' men.  Choked for Air. ' Some little irritant becomes lodged in the bronchial  tubes, others gather, and the awful  choking -or asthma results. Nothing  offers quite such, quick and positive relief as Dr. J. D. Kellogg's-\Asthma  Remedy. The healing, soothing  smoke or vapor penetrates, clears the  passages and gives untold relief. It  has behind it'years of success. It is  the sure remedy for every sufferer.  Radium Institute  Quebec Government Prepares For  Opening in iwontncal  Th������ Quebec Government has now  everything set for the opening of the  radium institute in Eyiontreal, in ao-  -cordance with the announcement  made by Premier Taschereau.  At a iueetlug oi -the cabinet helv*  at Quebec it was decided to purchase  one grain of radium from the United  States Kadium Comisany of New York,  at the rate of seventy-seven dollars  per milligram. " ' *���������  by mail at  25  cenlsf a box from  Thelb  Dr.    Williams'  ville, Ont.  Medicine  Co.. Brock-  Must Grab Fast  . ; 1 ���������   - .*,  "Yes," said the timid passenger to  the" airplane pilot, "I understand I'm'  to sit still and not be afraid, and all  that, but tell m.e,..if something happens and_ we fal!. what do I do?"  "Oh, that's easy," said the . pi tot.-  "Just grab anything we're passing  and hang on tight,"  When  yot-T  stomach  is  upset  fjgyjpi  ~%0JSt. -tr ^������ *m*004  Beecham's Pills act as a splendid tonic to  the digestive organs. They remove acidity  and fermentation and excess of bile from  the stomach find bowels and promote the  secretion of the gastric juices. In thus  correcting morbid conditions and stimulate  ing the digestive processes Beecham's Pills  naturally have an excellent effect upon fche  general health. If you have lost your appetite or are suffering1 Prom nausea, sick  hen/inch<\ constipation, or gaddinnsri  e~~~~w~~*. ____w~~~_ Hdflfe. _s_wt_t_ ma__f__________ w ___w___  tEiF ^WmdP JBii JSwWw5BR������'JWL Jot, i] mm    mSmm  Sold  everywhere  ���������    ������  ������t4     tUtWrSi t-O*  9_  How They Do It In Europe  Revert to Barter System to Overcome  Excha"nge Probl-am  Barter, or the exchange or'goods, a*  against, the-It-hub fer of actual cnslrhas  figured in recenl. interna lional loans.  according to the Geneva correspondent of the London Observer, ��������� Iti'thia  way the difficulties of exchange have  been overcome, i     .  Rumania wanted a" loan of -������5.0k>0,-  000 gold francs Uroni gvylisjerland.  The -Swiss said it was impoaalble  unless they know how the money was  to be .spoilI. Rumania replied: "We  need to repleniHh railroad rolling  stock, particularly engines."  "Pine," said tho Swiss bankers, "wo  have these for Hale, Take them; and  pay for ihein hi cereals and iwU'oleum,  both of -which you produce and we  need," Thus wan*- tiie arrangenventa  concluded.  Sfsnllur borrowing and paying by  bnrler also Iuih lulcen place with  Czecho-Sloviilcla. Here, a 8-n In. O.eeho-  SSIovakta^ Ih receiving SwtHB nianufac-  .'tiu-d nuufi.j iimni in iu pu> il'ur l,J������fui  with I ruck loudR of Kiignr. Therefore,  Ihe (utestlon or exchange and the  c(������nijjaratlv.' values of Ihe -Cze-cho-  Slovuklan ki'oni' mid lhe HwIhh friuic-  ������loe������i not uri mi.  UNLESS you see thfe naim^'-'eBayei,y-'6rt'iablelsi'':y6iE*  are not getting-Aspiriti at ail  2Sc~- -40 pititM  fiftf.���������t0>/k mi Vim  Accept only an . "unbroken package" of "Bayer Tablets of  Aspirin," which contains directions and dose worked' out by  phy&iciaHS du ting* 22 years and proved safe by tnilliotts for  Colds  Toothache  Earache  Headache  Neuralgia  Lumbago  Rheumatism  Neuritis  Pain, Pain  ! A.������k for Minard's andl tak* no oth������r*  W.    bi.    i}.    au  Tlan.ly "Bayer" Ikjxcb of ia tahl<st��������������� Al������o hotblort of 24 and 100���������DniKrgi'tt*--  A������>lrln l������ tho Iratto mnrlc Cro>������:Liiit-oirtut In C������nad(������) -of Haysr M.tnu fact uro nf Mono-  ������c������>������cact<lf������il������*>e of KalloyllcBcld. Whtt������ It In w**tt known dial: Annlrln nrioaiiH llavur  mnnnf Ni'liirn. in ;������wm������hi  ������������i������ imhllr - irn I n if ^lisntirsniti   th������ 'P������n������f>| n rtt ������iiy/ii> ('nmp-*������������#  vrtlt U- atimiirda twltu. tltetr cuuiwuu trmlo miu-fc, Llui "ilayor Cruiw**."'  igiiippi  KMHi Tiim���TTTTI   II   'I'   I   I  Illh II8BSBS
Practical' Effort
Tmmm TMT-* ~~~m l~S.S0.lm~  ~a~x -     ?SS ~
Assist The Farmers
"Winnipeg.���The���appointment -of an
official, who would att a& an advisory
referee wli6re "farmers who are hai-d
��ressed.Bnanciany-"want"an extension
����f time, -will probably he made as the
result of a 'conference between, tlie
Government and business interests in
Manitoba, it \vasx learned'officially.
This is the first "practical -effort in
��he Dominion "to set up business;
machinery whereby* the rural uopu-
Eation can appeal irom their creditors
and it is .expected this will prevent
ohe glutting of the wheat market by
Ssrcin** .farmers to sell -their ^LHin too
soon after harvest. " The plan has
tveen approA_ed by. the business men
���who attended-the-conference,- but a
further meeting- s wilt: be held before
the appointment is announced. The
referee, while bavingr no legal power
to stay the foreclosing of a farmer,
will be able to bring strong pressure
to bear on the creditor to allow an ex-
tension of time, il it is conbideied
Over 300 Are Drowned
Her Two   Children
Had Diarrhoea
Terribly Bad.
Anyone suffering from bowel com-.
plaints such as diarrhoea, dysentry,
colic, cholera, cholera morbus, cholera
infantum, -or any other looseness of
the bowels, will find that Dr. Fowler's
Extract ol Wild" Strawberry will give
quicker and more permanent relief
than-any other remedy on the market
today.      ^ *        -
Mrs. Roy Keiths "Charlton, Ont.,
���writes:���"I am writing to tell > ou
what Dr. Fowler's Extract of Wild
Strawberry did for me. Last summer
my children had diarrhoea, terribly
bad, and they would vomit and pass- a
great de.at of blood. I tried every
remedy we could think of, but finally
bought a bottle of Dr. Fowler's Extract of Wild Strawberry, and about
enedrali, ot __ it stopped "the : diarrhoea
altogether. J I.have ,told .several'others
"about'lV-cfea-l'Tmnria xrotr be"i-wfthau*
Great Loss of Life When Vessel Sinks
oVf Chilean Coast
Santiago, Chile.���Only six persons,
including two- passengersT out of a
total, of 322 on board the ��� Chilean
steamship Itata were saved when the
vessel sank off the Chilean coast near
Coquimbo.  ...    _-
"The steamer, sailed from Coquimbo
with 250 passengers aboard. Of these
30 were laborers i>roceeding- lo Anto-
Heavy    cross    seas    damaged    the
rudder of the vessel, which was overloaded.     .In    this    helpless    condition ,. .
and caught in a strong southwest gale, I Wj|0R Ovftffstfc^lt W MlltlSBE
the steamer was swept time and time            "~     ~" ' ~"     -%* --
again by the enormous waves.      She
listed badly and in a short time sank
' Dy the bow.
The Chilean warship Chaeabnco,
which sped to the rescue, found only
scores of-drowned floating on ^,the
ocean and remnants of wreckage.
One boat carrying 20 persons capsized ^and 17 perished.
Another*" boaf with many passengers and sailors aboard, and in which
Captain Caldera,^ .who had heen
grievously injured, was placed, also
capsized near the^beach. Oniy two
passengers and one sailor of this
group escaped.
BS      Wfti-ffff   _~i-__auS---t~~~~K      j*--*. m~~~--~d_      H   m~fm. i, Rr    THi      _~~-~,     ���.���..,.���   ~-~-~~. ABA .m-tr^mx.    jteam,
��� 11   * M_������"%**+_** ~*~\     m*#4*--.s-^��*<&Zm&*-
Before Coming Of Peace
David Bradley, Editor and Proprietor
of The News/Radville, Sask.
Try This Simple Remedy
When you don't know whether it's
going to stay down or come up, when
you. look like thirty cents, -and feel
even worse, wJhat you-need is twenty
drops of J<Terviline, in sweetened
water. Almost like magic is the
change you experience. Those feelings of vomiting disappear. Thousands of homes- rely on "NerviTine .in
case of sour stoma eh, gas bloating,
nausea and upset stomach condilions.
Get it to-day, large 35c bottles sold by
all Dealers.
1*1, - nr ti	
ine viay iney
Have In Ireland
For IfeeisiBloraeet
Dublin.���Political    writers,   forecast
that    Sean    Collins    may consent to
stand for the seat of his dead brother
in Cork County, and say that he is cer1-
taip* to receive practically unanimous
support from the southern admirers
oi the late leader.
General Richard Mulcahy now holds
the combined posts of Minister ol Defense, Chief of the General Staff and
Commander-in-Chief of the National
Army. Should he relinquish the office ot* Chief of Staff, it is expected
that General O'Connell. Assistant
Chief, will be promoted.     ""
The Evening Press largely devotes
itselt" to details of the guerilla warfare which has been resumed in Cork
County. A* Blarney se^evai engagements have " -occurred and many irregulars are reported killed or
wounded. In Mayo successful opera-
lions have been carried out hy the
National lorces, which have taken
piispners with arms and" ammunition.
Discussing    the    general    situation,
the Evening Mail-declares 1hat it was
never    an    easy _  task to predict the
-future in Ireland and   at the_-present
hour it is an impossibility.
"Dark and difficult days lie ahead,"
6a ys the paper, "and no naan can say
what the next hour may bring  lorth.
in its endeavor to fulfill the work
begun by. Arthur Griffith and Michael
Collins, the Government will require
all^the sympathy and support the
public "can give."
Daring Bank Robbery
Bandits   Mak��   Big   Haul   From   Union
Bank at Foremost
Lethbridge-���Six masked motor
bandits held up the Union Bank of
Foremost, about SO miles southeast of
Lethbridge   on   the   Caa*"15
Igailway, Lethbridge-Weyburn line^
hound and gagged two clerks sleeping
in quarters over the bank and forced
���the ^unlor clerk to orien the outer-
door of the vault, and completely ransacked the vault, and safety deposit
boxes, getting $12^,000 in cash and
$70,000 in securities,, mostly registered. They made their getaway by au-
Eomobfle. The yeggs blew the inner
door of the safe.
Police here "believe the job was
done by professionals. They entered
Hie town, cut the. telephone cables at
the exchange and the C.P.R. telegraph
wires at the depot. Then they cut
the"wires on the ignition system of
all-the cars standing about on the
main street.
Man  Charged  With   Betraying ColSins
Is Shot By Armed Band
Cork.���Charged  with  having  driven
the automobile,in which Michael Collins rode to his death, Edward Isher-
Industry Reviving But Many Will Be
Out of Work - ��
JLondon.���Heretolore tire Government Committee which is dealing with
the unemployment problem has only
succeeded in lading down broad lines
ot policy. The official advisors oi the
Government    report     slow hut -steady
, ���     ,. , .   .        . I improvement in trade and express the
wood, an Englishman, was taken trom i ^
1      \\f
'several hours "Isherwood  escaped and
it in the^house, ��s X-.qat^juthfuUy; say \"milAh h\s ^y~xo a hospital.-     Pinned
it saveo the lives or my two cijii-ursii.-"
Price,-SOc a bottle; put up .only  by
The T. Milburn Co., Limited, Toronto,
Trade Agreement With Belgium
Brussels:'��� Negotiations I'or an economic agreement between Belgium and
Canada are expected io open here in
the near future. Hon.eW^S1: >Fielding will conduct the negotiations with
his residence by an armed band and
shot. His wounds weie not mortal,
however," and" after feigning death  for
to    his    breast
"Convicted spy,
was a tag inscribed:
I.R.A., beware."
Premi er' Theunys aud Foreign, Mini s-
��� *   .*-.* --    *'���*..., H-   *     .*"���������'������'
ter Jaspar.-, '���-���.*������""���������;!.'���
Montreal Population Grows
Montreal.���-An estimated population
of 8(i3,iS'8 for Greater Montreal is
made hjr* the publishers of a local
directory. The population or the city
proper is placed at. 797,-8-SS.*
What One of the Best Known
-   Travellers in Canada Says..
"No-w I am going to give j-ou. an -unsolicit-
.S<1. testimonial, as they. say. in the patent
medicine advertising*. "Heretofore I have had
a pi ofound'"contempt ftfr -patent medicines,
particularly "so-called liniments. Perhaps
this is due to the reason that I haye.* been
blessed with a sturdy constitution, and have
���never been ill. a day in my life. One day
last fall after a hard day's trarnp lh.; tlie-sfush
belief there would be a marked revival of industry this  fall.
Xevertnelessi-lhe committee anticipates that the teMa^Lnumber or unemployed -persons .during-the.-coming-
winter'-will-ant be less *fi��ri TfFflfl.flOO,
and plans are being considered 'for
dealing with the evil direct!y by providing relief work and indirectly bv
promoting trade.
.ri--'- of Montreal, I.,-developed, a-severe pain in my
-Zii legs atid; of ^course, tike: a :mari who has never
v'      hivd* a-nvtliinfe-.-.WTong:' with-Wm, physically,   I
_*^.(v, .-* j"-i*  :^:v*:t**    ���^**i:���*..**  'x.^:...^: *.���t..*   *��� t��i.^   ���.~:a
complained' rather boisterously. ' The gooid
lilt4e xvife says: "1 will ryb them with sonre
liniment I have." "Go ahead," I said, just to
humor her.. - ..ySVell, i.n she ,comcs*,\vith a bot-.
tie of ���". Minard's, fliin^meht :;ancl acts
busy. Believe tne the pai^i. disappeared a few
minutes  after;,' ami  j-ou ��� can  tell, ("he::world"'���!
' -j   (Signed) .FRANK E. JOHNS,'Montreal.'
- May Scrap Old Warships
L.ondon.���The- Times understands
that arrangements have been made
for sending a number of^old British
warships to Germany to be broken up.
As the admiralty's policy of late?lla��t:
been .1.0 refuse .Germany- offers for--old
yeSsels as's'craiP, it Js^ssumed. tjipse
to be sent are among a group-sold
several months ago. ,.
worn .^anfield's
^good as thei day yon*
t- --   JS   A \
begm to aoxxreciafe
\ -   Xs vr \ / /
of CanadiaiVrnade
Mothers���watch .
health. From tho
the age oC twelve
Jb established, ehe
and ���ndvico.    Many
your    daughterja
time- Bho reaches
until womanhood
needs; your  care
women, have suf
fered yettrd of ill-health "through lack
of such .care ��� durlnfc this'time,
Lydia E. Pinkham's vegetable*
Comuound is a Bi>lendid medicine Cor
clrlfs and women. FdV nearly flfty
year�� It "had been helpiug- mothora
nnd daugMers. Let It holp you audi
your daughter.';  .,"     .
H-arollion, Ontario.���"When my
daughter was thirteen and until aho
was Alteon Bh�� buC-
fcrcd every month
so that sh�� could
hardly move around
the houso and when
she would havo the
htbinK in school aho
would have to b&
carried nomo. Be-
aldeH the pains and
the Ir regularity eho
also had, headache^
*       -ru.   Ji'      ��� dlzay     and     faint
I* rZi^��.A��.~~rx-iPa~rs^\<., mnd *or<��TW��flB.
In hi^r ton-olc. I saw your advertiitse-
mrint In thrs ^Hamilton Srvedator' and
KOt LydJn. B. Pinkham's Vcgctablo
Compound for her. ' She docs not
"linve Hie least. bJt -of trouble now,
and we both recommend your mcdl-
��Jne, Sue woiica Jii a. candy-shop
now and -scorns well and Etronu. E
elvo you permission to publish thlfl
letter an a tcHtlworlal."���Mna.' I. P.
-PiMtw ?<�� w��li>wt Kl..r South, Hamil-
ton��� Ontario.
m.  n.   v. ' i-iae
Britain Will Pay Debts
- * ��***.    *
Wants MoraI' Support of U.S. But- Not!
y��� ^/Financlai*lH*eip'1  '* *|
London.���Prime Minister Lloyd
George in conversation with Col. 13.
M. House, reiterated Great Britain'*
Intention tb'^discharge . lier present
debt; Jo. the 'United* States to Hie last
farthing. Col. House 1 old |.he Associated Pi-ess. Col. House sa^Q the Premier pegged him to ,tell those at home
that Great Britain was not .'seeking
financial assistance from the United
Slates, but desired very earnestly her
continued moral support,
Wainwright   Buffalo   for   London. Zoo
Ottawa.���A pair of buffalo from the
great, CanadSan her.d ��� at., Wainwrigli tr
"Alta., "will be shipped to "England this
fall, it is announced by the Dominion
Parks Branch, for the purpose of introducing new blood into the Zoological -'Gardens, London,
Mad�� in combinations niuS two-piece suits, in full length, knee- and
elbow tength, and sleeveless for men and -women.    St��.n6eld!s Adjustable Combinations and Sleepers for growing children (pat.)     ' -
R-ed Tripps' Occupy Jap Mines
Tokio,���.Tlie Japanese have evacuated the Suchang Mines which the 'Red
troops immediately, occupied, ihun
menacing Vladivostok economically
and 'financially, /according 1o a despatch published by the .TijI Shlmpo.
Prohibition Defeated* in Sweden
Stockholm.���A majority of 44,5-16
against prohibition Is shown by 1hc
U no flit-la] lal*ulatiOii oi thir. vote c;ihL
in Sunday's referendum thro'URlidut
Sweden. These fiRUwes-'.ahow: AgJiinNt,
042.J20;* for 8(J7,5<M.
Cotton Shed Burns
Winnipeg���The cotlon nhed of the
Atunka Beddhkg Co. (Siinuiuus, Limited) was KUtted by fire A\*ff. 28, tho
daninKc amounting to between Ih'i.ouo
and Sr.(i.<i(K>. Tim kIhhI cotitjdni'd
Uvt-uly  cajioadii. oJ  cotUitia,
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wamt r~fi*.M~ttKlS~tmmi00t  THE GRESTON REVIEW  _ Issued every Friday at Creston. B.C.  Subscription : &2.5G a. veat in advance.  $3.00 to U.S. points.   "  C. F. Hayes, Editor and Owner,  CRESTON, B.C.. FRIDAY, SEPT. 15  ItShould Have Stipend   J*  The largest fine ever collected in  Creston's judicial history was levied  at the sitting of the police court on  Saturday when the Dominion Export Liquor Company was assessed  the total of $1000.00 for contravening some of the sections of the export liquor regulations.  The case lasted two days and  eme night, and1 for their part in  proceedings we fancy the legal  counsel engaged got no less than  $100 each andf their expenses. For  presiding at the court and seeing  to it that the scales of justice were  always evenly balanced?- and finally  handing down a decision, Stipe ti  diary Magistrate Mallandaine received the munificent sum of $2.50.  This case, of course, was longer  drawn out than the average police  court trial, but at that it will be at  once realized that in almost any  case he has to handle the magistrate to all' intents and purposes  loses a half day3 and for hia time in  court as well as some study of the  law before going on with the differ  ent cases the statutory remuner-  ation^-like the laws of the Medes  and   Persians���������altereth   not   from  In connection with letters to the  editor it-might be well to correct  an impression that prevails in some  minds that a paper, is a community  proposition and should open its col  umns   to   the   discussion   of   any  oision arrived ab the annual conference at  Nelson  last month when,  ������j*jr  s, >inaniiuOu5 vote,  4-~\ rt    ~.0v00.~iir,rtv-40.  V1IV    IWJVX<r������W4.Vc  ed  delegates decided that   th������   or-  ganizationsthey represented would  severally and jointly  operate inde-  matter   a  fancy-free public might   pencfently of supervision from Vier  toria.   - "   "  The change, will not come  as a  a surprise.    Iti faet  the  wonder is  *.! a.  ix.   'j;j _,������.      .       *������   - '  E>iiia>L> in   uiu-   j.iG\j     Cuiiiw    lODg;     **~~u.  Now that - the   women,  have   the  franchise  and are taking  quite   a  wish to discuss;  This notion is entirely erroneous.  The Review is the personal property of the writer and while, as yet,  we cannot recall eyer refusing  space to a correspondent on any subject whatsoever, itmight be well at j prominent part in public  affairs it  example of the cases just cited.  After all there is just ao mueh work  ���������fi/vr**   rvvrvvn/   rxvHr.AtvntZ~.~t 4.. rx.-.   4-rt.   ~.Jv.rvrx~ir.~x]Z0x.lm  xtjia.    vim.xj/     \j-mft������vi.x.xx4*-v4xv4a.    tuxj.  wtvj\j\jAJia^fXi^_i-  and one is not so liable to weary of  well doing when operations are  conducted along the ilne of the  maximum of accomplishment for  bhe minimum of effort���������arid travelling expense. Too much of a good  thing may well be more disastrous  4-1-1 rx  XIXXX3  4;-nv-i~t   rt ...ji   Crx.-..m   l^������4>c  ~ ww . - xajxtvjt  a.*-rxat    ojra uo.  With the   world   getting worse  rather than better in the matter of  law observance it  is time  that the  authorities at Victoriaset about revising upward the ^scale  of   police  court costs to   at least- $5 a day, or  any part thereof, that a magistrate  has to devote to strictly   court appearance, and in centres like Crest-_  on whSre this sort of  judicial business is   on the increase   and daily  bscoming more intricate immediate  steps   should   be   takeiito^ provide  the   magistrate'   with    something  more tangibly akin    to   a   stipend  than the mere name!  In his quite long connection with  magisterial work Major Mallandaine has shown aptness at dispell  sing justice and at this time it is  most desirable that a man of his  calibre should be retained for tlie  work, but if tbis is to be brought  about certainly there will have to  hi & speedy effort made to provide  more adequate remuneration for  bhe satisfactory service rendered.  this juncture to state that we have  no intention of accommodating  epistles that we believe are not in  the public interest, or which, may  prejudicially affect our best interests. The community's interest iu  the Review does^jnot extend to the  point where it will make good deficits an open door policy in letter-  publishing might ^produce, to say;  nothing at ail of ieseended friendships and general ill will.  Too, cooresponderics should .know-  that when the Review columns are  placed ^������.t their disposal they are  accepting a personal courtesy from  the editor and this must in good  measure be respected. Social hospitality forbids on the-spot criti*  cism or complaint of your host's  bed or board or. other attention  shown; the editor insists on the  same consideration -.. insofar that  motives shall not be questioned  even, nor personalities indulged ii>.  , In   newspaperdom  the   -poramctf  theory is that the paper   that can  show the most letters to the editor  is  thet paper  that the people  are  reading and paying ��������� some attention  to.     ������p   far we have   had our fair  share,   and  the   more the merrier.  Come on in; the water's "fine.  was  ���������I  inevitable that being tied to  the apron strings to some extent of  the powers that be at the provincial capital w^ould prove inconvenient and an due course he severed.  } Bu t While the ladies arev to be  congratulated on the move they  made we trust they   will   not   too  1.110X1  X-r-rx     -Z-S-lrx  uuu ili/uio.  Qg������CEll������nOH OF RESERVE  Notice iB hereby jgiven that the Reserve  covering portions of Eot 274, Group 1, Kootenay  ���������District, situnto in the vicinity ol Oreston,  BLC and^eubdivided as Lots 855S and 9554.  Group i, Eoofcenay District, is cancelled for the  purpose of disposing-of same at public auction  on a date to be later fixed by the undersigned.  '( - Cr.rR. NADEN,  Deputy Minister of Lands.  Victoria, B.C., August 7,1922.  earnestly  expect the new  Ox-vitsP  MJ.  Will Operate Independently  Letters to the Editor  No more of .government control  for the women's Institutes within  the ��������� confines of the Kootenay*  Boundary area.      This was the de-  things in institute circles to work  out as satisfactorily as some of its  advocates predict.  From reading the reports of the  discussion on - this matter it would  appear that great things are expected ojT the quarterly, pr less  often, meetings of the small groups  of institutes into which the Koot-  enay-Bouridary district will be  divided.  Thissame idea permeated United  Farmer circles -%'hen five locals of  that organization in Creston Valley decided to have monthly central  meetings, but after holding about  three of them they were abandoned  altogether. ..__  In G.W.V.A. history the  thing was tried oyer the  Kootenay area where some nine locals of the soldiers organization expected to accomplish much by  quarter]yJget-togethers 9-t different  centres, and after abont the fourth  attempt they also let the thing go  by the board.  Far be.it from the Review, how  ever, to predict   that   the    women  will do no better, hut no harm can  come of holding up the unfortunate  Ligaor Company Fine $1000  After a Friday afternoon and evening as welt as Saturday morning  sessions of the police court, decision  was handed out Saturday afternoon  In the cases against,fche Dominion Export Liquor Company. On the charge  of selling contrary to the export trade  regu lati ons Magistrate Mallandaine  imposed a -fine' of $1000.00 'and costs,  but dismissed the second charge of  having liquor unlawfully, in the-com-  pany'sj possession. The proseeiHioo  wns in the hands of A. I. Fisher, K.C,  of Fernie,- whilut ex-attorney general  Fatrss csf Vancouver appeared for the  defense,"and court stenographer Perry  of Fernie took down the full evidence,"  as there is prdability of the casehefhg  appealed. In handing down judgment  Magistrate Mallandaine dirt not hesitate to express his disapproval ofthe  action of the Liquor Board in employing "spotters" from across the line to  secure evtdenW, particularly when it  was policed most efficiently by-th������ local proyincial officer.- The case at,  tracted a large number of spectators-  tlie courtroom being tilled to overflowing at each sitting.  SAECELLATIGH QF RESERVE  given that the Reserve  roup 1, Kootenay District,  hereby  , Gr ~ _,          the vioinifc o? Qrestqu, B.Cy by  Notice Is  covering* Lot'491, Group  situated  in.  the viohriw ���������_ ,���������. .  reason ot a notice published in tbe  Columbia Gazette on the 27th December, 1907,  is cancelled for tlie purpose of disposing of the  subdivision ot same by public auction on a date  to be later fixed by the undersigned.  ..,'������. G R. NADEN.  Deputy Minister of Lands.  Victoria, E.C., August ii, 1922.  Mm MaMrmssefSs  ' Fob. Sale-  Orosthwait.  -Colony of bees.      Mrs.  n&gSmMmS^mSS^  Men's   Half Soles,: $1.25  V/omen'sHalf Soles,$l.G0  a, '*.-.*. *  Guaranteed for 6 months.  Secondhand Store in connection  Z with business "'Z'Z-  same  TEaif.  ^JL~~t t~W~~tt_t  Malting- Dreams Come Tr  %~~~'%~4  Are you saving for���������-the house you hope to own, ihe  travelling yoti long to do, the businessyou want to  buy, thecomfertable retirement you^hope to enjoy?  Open a savings account at any branch of this Bank,  and your regular deposits will prove the key to realization of your dreama.  910     -  C W. AlSULUl-  OF GA3SU*VOt^  CRESTON BRANCH,  Manag������r.  -IflbriUfiWiwiLi BBBfOBBnggl   jB is~_i_k~ Ufa^U |Mg|gJ '.BrtaJ !5  " IHHUHU HH  tti_{ii~__Bal rcjl jgj  With a eoraewhat abundant supply of letters to the editor from  each verile penmen as "Hopeful"  'Champion," "Water Lou, Jr.,"  eb al, comes criticism of the Keview  policy of giving space to oontribu-  to-rs whu are averse to revealinpc  their identity or whereabouts by  signing their names to their contributions.  With this view we d<- not entirely disagree. Where newspaper  letter writing takfta on what may  be termed a more or less personal  aspect it is only fair that each participant should know who his opponent is, ns well as the public  goncrally being aware of fche personality of th������ ink slingers.  But in suoh matters as the high  school situation, or the irrigation  problem, wc cannot see that it is  necessary for those who use newspaper space discuaaing such issues  to do it over tilieir own signatures.  After all ib as the argument that  must bo refuted; not the occupation  or character of tho correspondent.  In tho annals of British journalism  no moro effoofcive national work  was over accomplished thafc thafc of  ��������� 2 Mtlltlii-I. I. tii.    (V*"tiK������    Uill.ll     trL>   ifxy    11,1'V  identity ha������ never been   definitely  revealed.  To Holders of Five Y������a������  5J per cent Canada's  Victory Bonds  Issued in 1917 and Maturing 1st December, 1922.  CONVERSION    PROPOSALS  ^v  ���������Aa  *HB MINISTER OF FINANCE offers to holders  of these bonds who desire to continue their  investment in Dominion of Canada securities the  privilege of exchanging the maturing bonds for new  bonds bearing 54 -per cent interest, payable, half yearly,  of either of the following classes:��������� .  .-*.'.* f r  (o) Five year bonds, dated 1st November,  1922, to mature 1st November, 1927.  (b) JTen year bonds, dated lat November,  1922, to mature 1st November, 1932,  WfeMo tht maturing bonds will carry interest to 1st  December, 1922, the new bonds will commence to ���������earn  interest from 1st November, 1922, GIVING A BONUS  OT A FULL MONTH'S INTEREST TO THOSE  AVAILING THBMSELVBS OF THE CONVERSION  PRIVILEGE.  This offer is made to holders of the maturing; bonds  and fa not open to other itwentora ; Thc bondts to be  issued under this proposal will be substantially of tlie  ssme character ns those which are maturing, except  that ths SKsmptlon from taxation Joes not apply to* the  XtatoMl mt Ottawa, nth August, 1922.  Holders of the maturing bonds who wish to avail  themselves of this conversion privilege should take  their bonds AS EARLY AS POSSIBLE, BUT NOT  LATER THAN SEPTEMBER 30th, to a Branch, of  any Chartered Bank in Canada and receive in exchange  an official receipt for. the bonds surrendered, containing  an undertaking to deliver the corresponding bonds of  the new issue.  Holders of maturing fully registered bonds, interest  payable by cheque from Ottawa, will receive their  December 1 interest cheque ae- usual. Holders of  coupon bonds will detach and retain the last unmatured  coupon before surrendering the bond Itself for conversion  purposes. '��������� ������������������,-!.';,.;    *':"**N .  ��������� ��������� '/'    'i Py Z'p 'r''vrv:.v^  The surrendered bonds will be forwarded by banks  to the Minister of Finance at Ottawa, whpr������? they will  be exchanged for bonds of the, 'new %ue> "'in   fully  registered, or coupon registered or coupon bearer ;form  carrying inter eot payable 1st May and 1st November  of each year of the duration ofthe loan, the first interest  payment accruing and payable 1st May, 1923; Bonds  of the new issue will be sent to the banks for  deMvery immediately after the receipt of the surrendered  bonds.  The bonds of the maturing issue which ore not  converted under this proposal ������w������ll be paid off in cash on  (the 1st December, 1922.  W.  3. FIKL/raNG,'  7vIIil4it>i.*Ci of ~7~k'*iti*'44~ti..  ES  MBMBWiaiiH^^  n  m  ):  ii  is  ���������jj  h  J  4  tl ���������p, y -. i z ;��������� ZiSt-P-pi. Zt&iii������~im  T9S   ���������������������������T���������a   K&VIE^F  ;  ,-***- -y.  -,:./-  The Right Place  and the  The Right Price  for anything in the-  PIUBWSfolngfand  TlnstMrtlihfng  lines.  -  Shop opposite Grand Theatre.  Em   RjftsJknwan  ... Gmnyon Gitiy  ' John and Otto Johnson left at the  first of the week for Kitchener, -where  they have taken a pole skidding contract with the Kitchener Timber Company, and will probably be away all  winter.  Geo. Leach, who isstilL taking treatment for his eyes*~at Spokane, was a  week-end visitor at" Canyon, motoring  up with the Crabbe -brothers, who  formerly worked at the mill.  Guy "Browell is now in charge of the  Federal truck on the goods roads'opei*-  ations    at    EriekstMi*.     replacing   his  The OldSwimmin' Hole  brother; Hoy,  ha3   reUirned   to  artS  CRESTON  wstas^m-ssas  Sf oopsis of  ������  ��������� i  ������������i Amiilnininis  i pi  reduced to-S& an acre; second-class to  92.50 an. acre.  Pre-emption   now   confined  to  but-  ���������vey-ed lands only. ������������������?:-?.- P   .  Records will be granted covering: only  land suitable for agricultural purposes  and 5\'hich is non-timber land.  ���������*.... Partnership pre-emptions abolished. .  but parties of not more rthan four may  arrange for adjacent pre-emptions  ���������with joint residence, but each making  necessary improvements on respective  -claims. v ' '  Pre-emptors must occupy claims for .  nvof years and make improvements to  value of $10 per acre, including clearing and cultivation of at least 5 acres,  - before receiving- Crown Grant.  ��������� Where pre-emptor in occupation not  Jess than 8 years, and has made proportionate improvements, he may, because of~ill-health, jor other cause." be  granted intermediatta certiflcate of improvement and transfer/his claim. ���������  Records without permanent! real -  aence^jnay be' issued, provided applicant makes improvements to extent of  8300 per annum and records same each  year. Failure to make Improvements  or record same will operate as forfeiture". Title cannot be obtained in  less than 5 years, and -improvements  of $10.00 per acre, including B acres  cleared and cultivated, and residence  of at least 2 years are required. A  Pre-emptor holding Crown .Tgrant;-  may record another pre-emption. If he  requires Jana in conjunction with his  farm, without actual occupation, provided statutory improvements made'  and residence maintained on CrOwn  granted land.  XJnsurveyed areas, not exceeding 20  acres, may be leased aB homesttes;  title to be obtained after fulfilling residential and improvement conditions.   ���������  For grazing and Industrial purposes  areas - exceeding 6-40 acres may be  leased by one person or company.  _Mi.il,  factory  or' Industrial  sites on  timber land   not   exceeding   40   acres  may be purchased; conditions include  payment of stumpage.  r: Natural   hay   meadows   Inaccessible'  ���������-, by existing ���������xoada_inay Jae^purchaced--*���������  conditional upon^ols^ructlon of aioad���������  to them.   Rebate 5of one-half of cost of  r-uad,. not; exceeding;, naif of nurohase  price, is^made.^::  PREiEMPTOR8'      FREE      GRANTS  A    ������������������"..'' :    ���������    ACT., ,  Tho scope of.this Act Is enlarged to  Include- aB persons Joining and serving with His Majesty's Forces. The  time within which the heirs or devisees  2' a-.deceased pre-emptor may apply  for title under this Act la extended  from for one year from-the death of'  -such person, as formerly, until one  .year after the conclusion of the present  war. This privilege Is also mado -*-'.'  troactive. ^        .        -r���������" *.  No fees relating to pre-emptions are  due or payable by soldiers on    preemptions recorded after June 26. 1918  Taxes are remitted for five years  Provision for return of moneys ac-  crUteB<*kduo and bo5P P.ald Blnco August  4, 1014, on acoouiit of payments. Tees  or taxes on soldiers' pre-emptions.  ��������� Interest on agreements to purchase  town_or city lots held by members of  Allied Forces, or dependents, acquired  direct or indirect, remitted from enlistment to March 31, 1020.  SUB-PURCHASERS  OP  CROWN  0 LAN D3.  Provision made for Issuance .of  Crown srantB to sub-purchasers of  Crown Lands, acquiring rights from  purchasers who failed to complete  purchase, involving forfeiture, on fulfillment of conditions of purchase, interest and taxes. Where sub-purchasers do not claim wholo of original parcel, purchase price due and taxes may  bo    distributed     "���������-*---  whole   aroa..  made-by May  tr  Wabrous, Sask., taking a car of Valley  apples -which he will dispose of at that  point.  Although some   of   the   pupils   are-  still  absent  the school attendance is.  already near the   60  mark,   Principal  II olt ham trier     having    28    and   Miss  Wnod 26.  The whist-and concert at the school-,  house on Satuiday night, Sept. 2nd,  netted $16 for the U F. piano- fund.  The' affair was a. splendid success  socially, the prizewinners "at cards being.Miss Nissie MeBo.bb iind Jock Me-  Kay pf Lister. ..*������������������/. _;"<\:  *.-..������������������'.'  "How pleasant was the journey  down the old dusty lane3 where the  tracks of our barei eet were all printed  so plain. You could tell by the dent  of the heel, and the sole, there -was lots  of fun on hand at the old swimmin'  hole."* So sang the poet James Whit-  comb Riley and now Charles Ray has  caught the haunting, lilt and transferred" it to the screen," and will be  shown at the Grand, Sat urday night,  Sept. 16. .. -:���������.  :in "Tne Old. Swimmin' .Hole,"���������  showing atthe Grand Theatre, Saturday" Sept. 16, Charles Ray, that master  of rustic, .roles* imparts a naturalness  to that of Ezra, the mischievous boy,  which makes yo������ forget that you are  a spectator. Ifc,.lif ts you out of yourself so cdrapEetely that once again you  are reenacting "the scenes of your own  childhood and ..are wending your way  through the meadows of memory.  Seldom does - a picture so delight one  as does this. There are laughs aplenty  ahd an occasionai'tear and that choky  feeling that only.tlie art of the true  artist can create. You watch'with  ever increasing' interest how Ezra falls  in love wifcb-the heartless little girl  who loves to break boys' hearts;    how  Try the Drugstore First  I  X���������t__0r~\-__J-.--  L   KZLL-Z-S^l  For  ean Teeth  J.    ~_.\_~-iZSrJLl.������S.  are Essential  jt-~. uuo ana taxes mav  J    proportionately   ovor  Applications   muBt   bs  1, 1020.  systematic  GRAZING.  Qrailng Act, 1019. for uynwunauo  development of livestock Industry pro-  vldottsfor grassing districts and range  administration under Commissioner.  Annual graslng permits iQsuod based  on numbers ranged: priority for outab-  llnhed owners. Stock-owners may  form Associations for range management. Free, or partially froo, permits  for settlers, campers or travellers.  to ten bead.  Canyon distiict is- now: Pat Burhs-  less, Alf. Nelson and family having  moved to Creston the first of the  month where for~the present they wiii  make their home in a residence they  have leased on Shaugnessy Heights.  G. Burgess -of Lister, who recently  purchased the Nelson place, will move  into the house at once.      '  Canyon has one representative at  the high school at' Creston this term  in Miss Annie McRobb, who makes  the.round'.trip by horse and rig every  'day. ".,?���������  The- ladies' aid of the. Methodist  Church-are arranging to serve a chicken supper at the church the latter;part  of October.. ���������-���������'  Mr. and Mrs. F. Knott and family  were motor visitors, to the fair at  Spokane last-weeki leaying on Tuesday and getting back on Thursday, j  and had a splendid trip and visit.  Whilst in that city .-they ran across  A. Speaker, who is now  living there.  Seyen Swedish citizens of Yahk  were business,.,visitors here over the  5week-end- in qvfest of "land. Four of  then? we������"e^th0"^Bergt>nstrom brothers  who are anxious to acquire the 40-aere  .- r 0*0 I ���������*���������      ^ ^ **  pioperlyktrown- ������s ih*> Quail mist  Go wans place in theNeAv,Sweden area.  The party will he back again- in two  weeks, by which time they will know  ���������whether the land they are after is,  availale, and if-not they ivill pick  other locations.  Harrv Whitb, who has bpen in  charge of the Company portable mill.  at Camp 3, has resigned that position.  and this week, >vfth Mrs. White-starts  on a motor trip to the coast, where he  will probably remain.  Since the "Winlawf^mill closed at  Wynndel. Leslie Mclnnes has been in  charge'of the edger at the portable  mill.*.., ,; ...  The Wealthy apples are moving out  this week, practically all "of them going'domestic pack,'and the Union  handling the bulk of the crop.  Foreman Harris and Dad Browell  have done some useful road repair  work in this section since the recent  rains, and it is hoped the good work  will be extended torthe siding n^ the  roads there are very poor nnd with  the apple crop moving better travelling would be appreciated.  luc buiCcic nuu    uckjucu j~i3~li*2~- Ullhlliy  wins hitn- away; how his friend  "Skinriy"- plays him false; how he is  caught robbing thp apple orchard;  how "Whiskers", his dog, follows him  to school and' breaks up the class;  hoy*-���������well, ^hy relate ih detail the  many delightful -.whimsicalities of this.  masterpiece? it is safe to predict that.  Ray has found an ideal vehicle in the  "Old Swiiumin' Hole." ���������  NEGLECT  YOUR   TEETH ana tbe result will be an unhealthy cohdifclon of tbe mouth, v/ith 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.    CLE AN TEETH���������Good health.      ��������� ���������   ��������� ���������   j_0tsn���������at -uFenie- --���������-  ^^   Tooth Brushes   mm.m.-35C  SiM~  0~&a  ~oac  Get your Prize List,  BtAI lit- UAI WAT,  Mail Orders a  Specialty.  Phone Service  Prompt A tiention  One   of   the   iive   grades   o������   Imperial ���������-  Folariiie  fvlotor  Oils   is  exactly =-^������^  toybur car* Use this grade regularly  and gest trouble-free service from your,  car at the lowest possible cost for  lubrication. Consult the Chart to  determine the grade ^you should be  using. Z - ;������. *'^';'  IMPERIAL GIL LIMITED  Manufacturers and Marketers of Imperial Polarine  -^.-       Motor Oils and Marketers in &snada  of Gargoyle iVfobiloil.  Another PRICE Suggestion  aple Nut Cake and Chocolate Layer  up  Lost���������Between Lister and Creston  on Aiigwit 20th, black astrachan neckpiece. Reward to finder on leaving  same at Review Ofllce.  y  IMPROVE YOUR HERD  - Qur policy is to ��������� assist farmers iii in-1  creaefng  their  live  Btocfc   holdings,  and to secure a ^ ,  Better Gra.de of Stock     i  y  Call and talk the matter over,     c?  THE GANADIAN BANK  Or CUMMhKLh  1\  PAID-UP CAPITAi,  CRKSTOH B-RANCH^ C 'O. Benn������t6, Manager.  $15,000,000  $1S,������SOO,OOS  THIS unusual, economical Maple Nut Cake  will keep fresh for several  days, and the Chocolate  Layer Cake, made in a little different way with Dr.  Price's Cream Baking Powder, is a family favorite too.  Try on<? or both of them  today!  {All measurements for all  ���������materials are level.)  ' MAPLE NUT CAKE  .i cupBliortenlng  1 cup light brown augac  a������M8 ������������������"  -  ,_ cup milk  ~H cxix>~~ta\a  }������ teaipoon iaIG  2 tenspoona Dr. Prtce'* '  S3ra!chi������sPowd������p  1 cup chopped nut*���������Dnfetablir  pucdnt'  1 teoipoon vanilla -octrsct  Crenm shbrteninR, b<1<1 BURarslow-  ly nnd yolks o������ eggB and milk and  beat well} tuft flour, salt and baking powder together and add  chopped nuts; fold in beaten  whiten of ���������BR*'. i������d*d flavoring);..  Hake in well greased loaf pan in  moderate oven ^5 to 45 mtnute*.  Cover topawith maple icing and  sprinkle with chopped nuts whiBe  still aoft,  ^ MAPLE ICINQ    !  StableipooiMliottnlllc 1  ���������nRf  CREAM  lii cupa canfecfionef'aflEasHr  ig Ooaapoon ~~t.~.tico,~ Bmking 0  Powder.  H teaspoon maple flavatEna  Add butter to hot milk; add sugar  slowly to make paste of the right  consistency to spread; add flavoring, and baking powder and spread  on top and sides of cake. *-  CHOCOLATE LAYSR CAKK  ���������Vf cupahortdalt4i  1 cupiattoar  leca  t cup>xn3!le  I.i cupailour  4 teaapoona Or. Price"*  ElalcLn������ Powder  H teaapoan aalt  1 teaspoon, vanilla extract  Made from Cream of Tartar, derived  from grapes* ~ Raises- the dough perfectly, fflivinjj Ihe food fine lemtture  and rich flavor.  MADE IN CANADA  ���������BE.  add one-half the Hour which haa  been sifecd^with salt and Ibaking  powder; add remainder of milk,  then remainder of Hour and flavor*  inat beat after each addition.  Hake in greased layer cake tins in  moderate *oven_ ij; to no mlnutca.'  Pat together with  CHOCOLATE FICL1NQ  AND ICINO  8 cup������ coofeclioncr'**ucar  b^iZtiiiig 'wuta-  t teaspoon vanilla extract  3 ouikcea uunanrcetened chocolate  (I aqiiarea)  yt tcaapoon grated prange peetl  To sugar add boiling water very  slowly to make a *moorh pastes  aM vanilla, melted chocolate -ana  orange peel. Spread between  layers and on top of cake.  Send for FREE Cook Honk "Tabic and Kitchen* "-143 Notre DasneEaftt* Wuraipej*, Ciua.  /  aa  ���������:\V?'&?$m$ml!*'%ty1lfcW.ti'if^  ~-i.i~_i~~..~i..~-'_r  ��������� i"        .   '. *!. ���������; affiOE KJSVXEW. CltSSTOX. B. a.  ���������Va^fi-iiwASn RfltfhMT  I y^S,atlllnriS'5ll'  m  s,  Io Internal Medicine to Take  the  -*4\*Tl.*atAi  -:Yre&rsys.so -the profession fought Ca  tarrb~|Sy. internal dosing. This upset  the stomach and didn't remove tlie  trouble. The modem treatment consists of breathing- the healing, soothing essence of .CatarrhOisone, Avhich  goes instantly., to'the source and the  trouble. Catarrhozone is successful,  because it penetrates -where liquid  medicines can't go. The balsamic  vapor of Catarrhozone drives out* the  germs, soothes the irritation, relieves  the cough, makes Catarrhal troubles  disappear-quickly. For bad llvroat,  coughs, bronchitis, Catarrhozone is a  ���������wonder. Two months treatment one  " dollar. Small size 50c. Sold everywhere or The Catarrhozone Co., Montreal.  S^=  ."  ���������;  CAMADA    BV-���������  EIvINOR MARSDEN   ELIOT  Published l>y  Special Arrangement  with the Author  J  (Continued)  Bar B Ranch,  , August 3rd, 19���������.  The Bar B Ranch is bounded on the  north    by     Lawrence    Paget, on  the}  south by the  United States'of America, on the east-   by    a    barbed-wired!  fence   five   strands   high,  and   on   thei  west by the Banshee River.      Across  the   river   is   the   Indian   Reserve   on  whieh Mr. Bingham "runs" his cattle.  The house is built quite close to the  river, and at sight I can hear tlie Banshee whispering  over the   submerged  island which serves as a ford.      I am  not at  ajl   sure  that I  like- the_ Banshee; it is too swift and too: deep and I  too cold.      Each person I have asked  tells a different  story   to  account  for  the river's name.      The most probable  one is that  it is  a corruption  of the  Indian name;   but  the most, romantic  one, and therefore the one that I prefer, is as follows.  Years and. years and years ago a  young Irish prospector camped here  one night, in the early spring. Just  ai the witching hour he wakened his  companion with the blood-curdling  declaration that he had heard the  Banshee. The companion, a hard-  headed Scot, laughed at his friend's  earnestness and traced the sound, to  bis own satisfaction, to an uneasy  pack-mule or a suddenly awakened  eagle.. But the Irishman', true to his  biood. was not to he convinced. And  now comes the point ol* the story.  When the two young men reached  civilization again all doubts vanished  ior a letter awaited them announcing  the    death    of    the Irishman's eldest  A Stitch in Time  Quick action is fhe only hope  when kidney disease appears.  There* is a whole train of dreacJ-  ful!y painful atid fatal ailments  which ������oon follow arty neglect to.  get the kidneys Tight. Among  others .are rheumatism, lumbago,  Bright's disease, hardening of the  arteries and high blood pressure.  Tn Dr. Chase's Kidney-Liver  Pin*- yr������*������ will find a treatment  which, is both quick and .thorough.  M*. C. E, Raymus, lindale,  Alta., writes:���������  "I wu .������. gr-fcAl attffurer from Ic������r!n������*>y  cfcinriMc tttsr, l*m* h~t~~ for more than  ft yitHu A friend of mine one day  tf>lr| ki. of Dr, GhjtfH������'-������ Kicln^y-Liv-fT  Pillf-, nn<3 aclinfr upon hi* advice. I  liied thrntt. ~\i\*T.t 1 u.ud ukr.i. an*- li-csx  1 felt Kfllcf, no f cAt-ifinu*r! unfit I hnd  ijiK-rl iiv-e IttHM*. By *h\~ Uvne: I I ell  t,3 y*ie.M and ktronR ������i ev ���������*������������������?, anvcl am gla.'i  tti ���������rr.Kn-tS'ti.r-nrl Dr. Ota.������e'������* Kidney-  Llivrr 3'ill������ lo anyone, nufTennj? at J  did."  Dr. Chuti.'n Kicfrn-jr-I ..~\ve.  Pills. tint- pill a dose. 25c h box,  h.:-r <"-'' F.dra Hrr'���������?���������<., iR.������������������������������������"��������� ���������&*  Lul  iii*.  Co.  i  To r-nnln.  i*.   n).   wm  brother on the very day on which  Banshee had. been heard!       Of _  our friend succeeded to the title, married one oF the girls whose photograph  he carried under his cartridge belt,  and lived'happily ever alter.  The Bingham house is absolutely  perfect tor its purpose. It is a big  square place, painted white with green  trimmings, and has a ten-loot veranda almost aU the way around it. On  the south side there is a balcony  which can be_closed in by windows���������"  greenhouse fashion���������during' cold  weather, and it is here thar Mrs.  Bingham- intends to sleep all the winter through.  Entering the Jiouse by the fron.t  door, one comes directly into a large  room which is hall and living-room  combined. An immense open fireplace, built ol water-worn stones Irom  the Banshee, and an open staircase  go a long way towards furnishing the  room. One would expect the piano  and the other impedimenta oi"civilization to look out ol" place in such unconventional surroundings, but they  do' not, so skilfully have" they been  chosen. There is not an inch of  plaster in the whole' house; every  room is panelled irom floor to ceiling,  with British Columbia fh\ Can you  not imagine how suitable a background this is for mounted heads and  antlers, Indian bead;work; and the  right sort of pictures? In the liall  and in the bedrooms there are "skins  of bear and wolf and bison" instead of  carpets; the other rooms-have bare  floors.  We a*re twenty miles from a town,  but we have a real bathroom^thanks  to a very ugly modern windmill���������I  shall have a wide-winged Dutch one  on niy farm. And the" house is  lighted throughout with gas; generated  by an evil-smelling .plant in tlte basement. .      .-' . '"������������������'-.':  My bedroom is in the west side of  the house, and from my windows I  have a glimpse of the mountains. It  is perfectly lovely to be able to drive  a nail whenever and wherever the  spirit moves one, and when I had  hung my pictures and scattered my  various belongings around the room in  what the novelists call "studied disorder," I began to feel very mueli at  home.  The .-animals inhabiting the region  of the Bar B are more numerous than  might be imagined: t :  I shall name, classify and otherwise''  dispose of, the quadrupeds first, because I can wait no longer to describe    ... ���������-."���������'���������".  Cupid, the horse of my dre'ams, who  is to be mine_to have* and to hold so  long as 1 am on the Bingham ranchr  He is a .beautiful little sorrel, with a  cream, mane and tail, a cream star' on  his forehead, and a. truly aogelic disposition. " I very nearly hugged the  dignified Mr. Bingham when he told  me that he had given the foreman orders to the effect that Cupid was to be  considered nay special property! Of  course I cannot ride very well as yet,  but Mr. Livingstone says that I am  "doing as well as could be exp"ected"  ���������one would think that I was recovering from a severe illness. He looks  with unconcealed scorn upon my riding-habit, and advis������s me at regular  intervals and in a- grandfatherly manned to have it changed for a divkted  skirt. I shall not have it changed,  and I will not be advised in a grand-  fatherly manner by the handsomest  Canadian living! This is not to say  tha't Mr. Livingstone is the handsomest Canadian living���������but I must admit  that he is the handsomest one I have  seen.  To return to the quadrupeds. There  are, on the Bar B Ranch, several thousand  cattle   and   one ��������� cow.       For  obvious reasons the cattle are not named, but the one cow, a thoroughbred  Jersey, is called Kathleen, reason unknown.      Kathleon is kept "picketed"  on  this side, of the river and ia milked night  and  morning by tlio devoted  Lee.      Mr. Livingstone says that the  first, summer she was here tlie -cattle,  used  to  line up across the river and  wat-fch     the     milking     process     with  breathless interest,  the younger ones  s;iying in effect that they'djike to see  themselves treated  in such    a    way!  This seems to be the place to explain  hat "cattle" are beef-cattle, and that  "cows" are  a grade lower  in the bovine social scab?���������merely  the  producing ���������p-nd.ol' a dairy business.  "We" have about a hundred horses.  These are- mostly "cow-ponies,"  tough, wiry, half-broken creatures, not.  to bo compared with Cupid.  David has already mentioned, but I  almost forgot Thomas a Becket. If  t-i.ve.v a cat wiih a born hermit, Thomas  Ih that cat. He shuns human habitation, unless he wishes t.o Jleal some-  thing-��������� that Ih not meant; i\b tin Insinuation against hermits In general���������  and hr- is notoriously careless ol! his  apji-enrnncp. ills tall has been broken tind in consequence him ft moal  melancholy droop, his ears are '-agged  Irom froat-bileH, and lie bears the  sriii-H of miiny wounds gnhmd in hon-  ourstble conJHf.t with David nnd  F)������v|<|'h predeceHHors. J I ->������������������������> I norry  for  Thomas,  but   I  am  iiG'rtild   lo con-  K-hh  mv   part lit Uly may  It  no I   be tho  m j * i n <���������* r ���������*" i-' s     Instinctive     lYnnlnc-Hs   "for  r*;ii..* ������������������  L'a.sr, hot nol by arfv tin-Minn I'.-at-t In  Mn;>ort;tni"f,l ���������rttitii-.-- Vv'illbuii, WUllaliti  is ji Funcriuioriious looUlrig bllly-Koal  -.vino wn.'**, ������������lv*������-ri to Mutiny ii yeni' ago  by h������-r v; <-l l-rn������'rtiiing bill ������bud l.r Inl'onu-  ������-d d'Ofltuot.lifi'.. l-'arH'V h limit Iti 13h*>  faille country! L'arly I bin u|������nln������  .-bumy' jii"f>rn<������t.c(| Iim-hH-J ;froni Wllllum  ;mtl llif: ttU.i'itii'Mr carl fco it m-iiI, tt  i'4ii(ww\)ut     mmdcry.iz'Ml.   --boinc.       Wil*  bt-K-ia ,-..������������������.,,,,.  mi  ,.:iiii lii   ,,'.   bi !:;;*, j'j.  Hiiniuiarily     HiipeidnnualrMl.     iind    be  {.it., h  ni'iiiii:   |,|m!ly   in   hi.'!  jm ?rnt   Pj<ce  nrutcasi.y   4-~\,\tt',iv*'.       II   hIimv   Im   iciki-*  II- \ny  I bin i' 11 in * I ilb-. II Up lu-ort* 1l������itn tt  CONTAINS NO ALUM  CANADIAN MADE  EWQILLBTt COMPANY IIM1TED  "Winnipeg       TORONTO. CANADA,    t^ontrbm.  i  i  parrot u is a goat, and wnen William;  fixes me with his r glittering eye I:  qua"ke inwardly!! He is very popular  among the cowboys, who have taught  him to chew tobacco! Needless to  say, theluice dribbles down his beard  aad detracts considerably from his  otherwise venerable appearance.  The bipeds, w_hile not so numerous  as the quadrupeds, are equally interesting-. ..;''"*'- -'    :  Just now "there are only "six cowboys,  a   cook,   and   a   foreman,, but  in   the  busy  season: this  number  is  doubled.  The men live in the "'bunk housed- a  few   hundred yards   from  the  "ranch  house," and are soldom seen by anyone who rises as late as I do.      They  have  a   gramophone���������-just    like    the *  cowboys     in    Rex     Beach's     "Going  Some"���������and  their favourite  selection.  seems ba "be a cheerful  bal'ad  which  announces   to  the world,  all  through  the calra summer evenings, that  "Since I first met you-oo-oo, .  Sinc-e I first met 5rou,.  ���������>   Each flower has a new perfume -*-:  Since I met.you."  The toae of the gramophone is more  to be commended for quantity than  for quality. .But it is never played  when I play the piano���������-on the principle of h-ongtn- among thieves, I presume.  I was greatly shocked when I rose  Sunday morning to see that the men  had a good-sized washing hung, out on  the fence.  >'it appears that Sunday is'  their regular wash-day! .-'���������*���������  I fear that I shall find Sunday.-very  strange be re; it is not at all like our  home Sundays, Mr. Bingham and  Mr. Livingstone are around the liouse  the greater part of the time, and in  the evening we have sacred instead  of secular music, but this is ail that  distinguishes it from other days. Of  course it would be unreasonable to expect people to drive twenty miles to  church, but-I feel that Mr. Bingham  might at least read,Morning Prayers.  I have not told Father about ihL������; 1  am sure -"t'parson" would be scandalized. There, I set out to describe  the ranch and its inhabitants, not -to  criticize niy hosts!  Lee, our cook, Ib not beautiful either  to look upon or to listen lu; but he is  a marvellous cook, a fairly competent  seamstress, and if he cannot make  bricks without straw he can. raise  vegetables without rain���������and that is  next thing to a miracle 3n*"ihis dry  climate. I used to think that-1 should  not Ulce to have Chinese servants, but  I have changed my mind. Lee does  as much work as three women, and  does ft with a third of the fuss oI! one.  He wears a pyjama suit, blue denim  In the morning and white duck iai the  afternoon, ancl when he brings us afternoon tea I feel so luxurious*, and  oriental!  There are twelve more bipedst who  must    be    mentioned,     one     oock���������  "rooster". as the Canadians call them���������  and eleven hens,     There were twelve  hens, but one died Of acute nostalgia  and   gopher  poison.       The BInghams  have a harmless and amusing mania  which takes the termor giving names  to all -|-h<ftlv belonging!?.      Tho cock is  Brigham   Young���������the   original    Brigham Young was. I learn, a prominent.  Morauoti-and lite hens' names rango  from -Elaine to Rmmoline and Ciirlsta-  beb      The   last   two.   formerly   Jemima and Mary Ann. werft rc-ehrIntoned  qulto    recently,      I    am    to have' the  privlh-Rft of lobklnK after tho poultry,  "just to keep myjtand in,"' and that  reminds me  that Chvlatabnl gave me  h. nnsly p������ok to-day,     Mr. Livingstone  says ! but 1 must*   not    I'or in    thm  habit    of    quo I ing    him���������ho Is worse  than Ms-try.  (To he continued)  ���������\ietjfti-a. vara pes  Fifteen hundred cars of grapes will  be handled by the Niagara Grape  Growers' Association this year, almost  double that ot last year- The season  has been one of the most successful  for many years, with weather conditions 4deaI throughout. The 1,500  cars the company _will handle represent about 94 per cerit._ of the production of all the peninsula vineyards.  vain a   ,-va  r- ��������� XX0  \tr*     f-Ltvir*.?*  Of so little account are women considered in. many parts of .China that  a father, if asked the number of bis  children, will probably leave out the  girls in his reckoning.  .'Many;infants are infested by worms  which cause great suffering, and if" not^  promptly dealt with may cause constitutional weaknesses difficult to remedy. Miller's "Worm Powders will  clear, the stomach and bowels of  worms'-.and wil! so act upon the system that there will be no recurrence  of th<e trouble....*.. And not only this,  butJthey will repair the injuries to the  organs that worms cause and restore  tKem. to soundness. ���������>.*..  Expect: Good Whaling Season  The Consolidated Whaling Corporation of Vancouver is again operating  this year. It is stated that the mammals appear to be plentiful this sea-  s'bnj.v-and'.it is expected that an. average catch will be made, probably.  ao-out. 1,000 whales..  -catarrbal condition oS the meia-  anes-attd PE-RU-*|  fA wilt always restore!  Boembranes to a|  bje^Lthy. vigorous condi-i  tion. PE-RU-NA has.beeu|  ing them-well, for lol these 1  fifty ^cars-ftud snore. Tfco������-S  sand a and thousands owe!  theircontinued good heal thiol  Uiiswonderfulhomerenoedy.l  jTry i������,*yo������T������elf.    Soldi  .'everywhere.��������� i.-Get a '  ;*:-*:liottIetiQd^jr--/' ��������������������������� 51  JPE-RU-NA  CX>Ml������A?<y  344 S~~ F-aoI Sa.^M������^trga������!  AP?P&R������ifc:WKKV ��������� sWEftt;  IvUnard's. Uinlment u������ed by Physicians'  Tho .lapnncHf-  BlHlltli|l������    |lOMl 11lf>,  cr'nlnii-oK old.  tipume,      TIii^m-  bury th<dr ilow.il In a  follow I tiK ft eufttom  Tliln is (lonn>! lo nave  am.  \>e buried  in  *hP  Hpnirv* -ol" nni*- American grav������.  JLt.ok /��������������� Y&nr Eye*      n  Betuulitful eyes, like fine  -K*cn3it������ uif: l\\r. ���������Jti.uh   i.if COnlUlU  f-ttif-   Tike iiUM.  ������������������������ of Murine  rnutue   !���������*!���������.*   rUaw   an*   mtlluhl".  Vu_i..yit.    11Jf!,,T::.-..,   Cobla-nJ  t*< Din mt unit d  by  alj  ulrtimtlMM  *7RH&l-*Jk<-\  Juicy Fruit, Peppermint and  Spearmint certainly make  three delightful flavors to  choose from.  And the new HIPS���������the  candycoated peppermint  gum, is also a great treat for  your sweet Xooth*  All ferdmr the - Wrigtey fac*  tories where practice has  made perfection*    :;  t%'������$������**$  t ((,,.. , :������^w���������, t,rr,~ -^-������������������^.^-���������Vf-*.!^*..*****^ 5EB3& EEVEEW* CRESTON. B. iX  H0  iJMEW   LAMP   BURNS  zr-f-yO  AID  ni 11  Beats Electric or Gas  A new oil lamp that gives an amazingly brilliant, soft, "white light, even  better than gas or electricity, has been.  tested by the U.S. Government-and 35  leadin'g universities and found_ to be  superior to 10 ordinary-oil lamps. It  burns without odor._ smoke or noise1���������  no pumping up, is-simple, clean, isafe.  Burns" 94 per cent, air and 6 per cent.  -common kerosene (coal-oil).  The inventor, T. V. Johnson, 579 Mc-  Dermor Ave., Winnipeg, Is offering to  send a* lamp on 10,'days* FREE" trial,  or even to-give one FREE to the'first  user in' each Jocaiity who will, help Trim  introduce it, Write him '.today - for  'full particulars. Also ask him to explain how you can get the agency, and  without experience or money- make  5250 to $500 per-rnoalh.  VHUil Lift*  ~\-ji_~s  Mail Was Important  L-fn-ar  Stopped-in   Mirf-Ooean- ta   T������k*  Love L<etter  The look-out on th& United States  liner President Taft, in mid-ocean  on the way to New York with jmails  and passengers, sighted-a Portuguese  bargue flying -distress signals. The  liner's course was immediately altered and amid tremendous excitement  among the passengers the sthip lowered a boat' with a doctor, a supply of  food^ and everything requisite L'or immediate" relief. The boat's crew pulled-mightily, and,finally came alongside the Portuguese-, vessel to , be  greeted af the side ,by a smiling polite  Portuguese captain, who said he felt  sure the Americans would not mind  taking two letters, one to liis cousin  in New York, and one to: the, mate's  American fiancee.  CASTORIA  For Infauts and Ctuluren.  Always be-ars  'Signature of -  WORRIED WOMEN  ������&TE?i?ff> niipvv n? r~r~~\  he&b; Eut,n daajuij  j The ~Cotnmonwealth battleship^ Australia will immediately be "dismantled  and scrapped.  AiuGrm.ciiL dOSepii liOoiCin uien. a**,;  Vancouver recently. He took an active part in the flrst Klondike gold  rush.  About 250 "Friends of Soviet Russia" recently took part in a demonstration in Winnipeg, which terminat-  -cd in a street"parade.  To "teach the food value of milk, a  World's  Dairy.   Congress  will  be  held  ��������� at    Philadelphia    in    October of next  .> ear. r  Mrsr Harry Payne Whitney, New  York society woman, has been commissioned to design a heroic equestrian figure of the late W. F. (Buffalo  Bill) Cody.  The    Department    of    Marine    and  Fisheries  announces   th������   distribution  <oC 1,000,000 Kamloops trout eggs and  fry in British Columbia waters during  -the current season.  . -  The collection o������-war trophies own;  ��������� ed by.v the late Major-Gen. >Sir��������� David  Watson, hasi been..;; presented*;to* the  Royal "rRifies b. Canada by- Lady Watson, and lias been installed in the Garrison Club, Quebec,'.,*,_;Z "*.,.*,Z-'y y? ":  Escorted by the British iiglit cruiser  Vindictive, the .British submarine H  24, damaged in a-collision in the Mediterranean last February, left Gibraltar   for   England   after   extensive   re-  Dairs "there. - ..,- ���������   ���������  ~ -��������� -#--"  Until.medical or asylum authorities  reverse the jury's'verdict that Father  Adelard Delorme, alleged slayer of his  brother Raoul, Is insane, the Provincial Government will not interfere in  the    case.    Premierl Taschereau    de-  ��������� -clares."'   .- ������������������ y... .-'_. .:' ���������������������������..-.''  British Columbia House in London  was the scene of a daylight, robbery  August ft, when a burglar succeeded  in getting away with a quantity of  jewels belonging to Mrs. H. Chrimes.  -daughter of F. C. Wade, Agent-General  for this province in. England.  If the Blood-is Not Kept Pure, Health  Will  Break Down  It is useless to tell a hard working  woqaan to take lite easilv and not to  worry. To do so is tO~~ask the almost  impossible. Bul, at the same time, it  is the-duty of every woman to save  her strength to meet any unusual demands. It is a duty she owes herself  and family, _��������� ior her iuture health  may depend upon it. ���������  To guard against a complete breakdown in heal tii the blood must be kept  rich, red and pure. " No other medicine does this so well as-Dr. Williams'  Pink Pills. This medicine 'strengthens  .the nerves, restores the appetite and  keeps every organ healthily toned up.  -Women cannot always, rest when they  should, but they can keep their  strength by the occasional use of Dr.  Williams* Pink Pills. Among those  who have found benefit from this medicine is Mrs. Cora~~Conrad, Broad  Cove. N.S-C who says: ''My system  was very much run down, and my  blood poor and watery. I suffered  a great deal from headaches and ,diz-  zihess; my appetite was poor, and I  tii eil easiiy. I decided to try Dr.  Williams" Pink Pills and have every  reason to be_glad that I did_so. Soon  I felt better, and under the continued  "use of the pills the headaches and  dizziness were gone, and my blood  seemed in a better condition than before. For this reason T recommend  Dr. Williams' Pink Pills."  You can get Dr. Williams' Pink  Pills through any -dealer in. medicine  or_Lby mail at 50 cents'-a box or six  boxes for $2.50 from The Dr. Williams' Medicine Co.. Brockville, Ont.  Ex-Sergeaiitrs Hard Liack  - i **    ..  Escaped     Injury    During    War,    Now  Paralysed  From Exposure  Queen Mary's sympathy for those  broken-in the war was again shown  by her purchase~-oE a beautiful four-  panel screen from ex-Sergeant Ellis,  qf Fulham. Xb-e screen, which measured 6 ft. by 2 1-2"ft., and is the result  ������������������ , ������������������ *  of really good taste and artistic devotion, ."was delivered at Buckingham  Palace recently.  Mr. Ellis is a bative of Kilmarnock, and was, in brighter days, an  accountant. .He wag,"a. good footballer and played centre <rugbjr code) for  Cardiff Corinthians.  Ellis' fate has been strangely ironical as well as hard. Enlisting in the  Gordon Highlanders in August, 1914,  he fought at the Marne, Loos, Neuve  Chapelle, Hill 60, Verdun, Cambrai, St.  S*t.. ���������.. 0Z��������� . ,***��������� -. r���������    ,  .x . -. - v.'  ���������ta^ixt-ixxxxx       oUU        xpica. ~~        wctb*.        illb  strange luck to come through all these  titanic struggles without a scratch,  and only a few days before the armistice to fall ill from exposure. He is  now paralyzed trom the-waist downwards and only the ruin of a once fine  man.  Rare    Combination  Color and Stvle.  m  E^asssKSKssassB^^ &  A Prime Dressing for Wounds.���������In  some factories and workshops carbolic  ^acid is kept for use in cauterizing  wounds and cuts sustained by the  workmen. Far better to keep on  hand a bottle of Dr. Thomas' Electric  Oil. It is just as quick inaction and  does not scar the skin or burn the  flesh.  Relief Is Found  From Stomach  Trouble  Hope ior the millions of unfortunate  men and women who are victims of  stomacfT trouble is sounded b> Lawrence Grant. 501 Bannatyne Ave.. Winnipeg, Man. * Mr. Grant was a rictini  of stomach trouble in its worst iorm  but was completely restored to health  by  taking Tanlac.      He says:  "I began suffering from a stubborn  case of slomach trouble two years ago  and got into bad shape. The fir-st  bottle ot Tanlac helped me and -soon  the  stomach  trouble    disappeai-ed,     X  \ gained  eight  pounds  and  am   now in  fine health."  " Undigested .tood fetntents in the  stomach and. soon the entire system is  fi$ed with poisons. Tanlac was designed to restore the stomach to a  healthy "condition    and    build up the  ��������� ���������whole    body.   -    Millions    everywhere  hoirc   *,*> ^^>3������in������ed   its      ~  Get a bottle"today.  For sale at all good druggists  c  is    me  False *D.ostrin*e  School    Examiner;���������"Whs  meaning of false-doctrine1?".-  .  School "Boy.���������"Please, sir, it's when  the doctor gives the wrong- stuff.to the  people who are sick."  Protect the child from the ravages  of worms by using Mother Graves'  Worm Exterminator. It is a standard remedy, and years of use have enhanced its reputation.  Ten Cars of Nickel  During the -week ending August 6th,  no less than ten cars of nickel matte  were tshipped fiom the plant oi thc International Nickel Company," at Copper Cliff, near-���������-"Sudbury, and.it is expected that the renewed demand will  result in the blowing in of at least  two furnaces within the next few  weeks. ---���������''���������  Distinction and grace are combined  in this lovely gown of canton crepe in  black -with an ~s_.-o-.ev Japanese design.  If Tormented- With Corns  J������ _ r* ~ _ .1 r~ts ������o..i rt  9JSC  UUUU ,-CMU.      _ UUMU������  -    pu ft cf.  ,,-TWomen   tosing  Little  Toes  In support ofjtis assertion that women are losing- their little toes, a  scientist points out that in the days  of agcient Greece women had three  joints to her little toe, while, it la-  known that Egyptian women had four.  Nowadays normal women have only  two joints, while there a're many cases  in which only one joint is found.  'Muscular Rheumatism Subdued-���������  When one is a sufferer lroni muscular  rheumatism he cannot do better than  to have the region rubbed with J>r.  Thomas' Eclectrie Oil. Let tlie rubbing bc brisk and continue,until ease  if- secured. They e is more 1 i vs ue ~~-  a bottle of it than can be fully estimated.  It's really-a simple thiag to remove:  your corns, and  without pain, if you  apply Putnam's Painless Corn Extractor.      It acts like inagic^; litts put the  __i_corn, root and branch, leaves the skin  j smooth    asc.i.silk.      "No  ~failtrre"  with  If one be troubled with corns, he  will find in Holloway*s Corn Remover  an application that will entirely relieve "suffering.  Attends -to Business  Ethei.^-Does iFe always drive' with  one "hand?  Clara.���������Oh, no; sometimes we have  a quarrel!  Keep Minard's Liniment in  the house  Compactness and ,quick steaming  are claimed by'the English... inventor  for an oil Itiel burner in which hollow  concentric cones for the water are set  over a huge burner.  Livestock From North Country  A ..trainload ot" 36 ears' of livestock  was handled from the Peace River to  Edmonton over the Edmonton, Dunve-  gan and British Columbia Railway an  30 hours, "establishing a record for  the run. Incidentally this was the  heaviest shipment of cattle yet made  from the north country.  Life Partners  'Putnam's," 25c everywhere.  Mining in K-enora District .  The Kenora district of Ontario is  being actively prospected for gold and  silver, 76 prospector's licenses' being  -issued* Several claims . are being  stripped, "trenched and. sampled by engineers, retained by financiers in Toronto -and Montreal.  Ontario Gold Min*s  Duilug     the     niOuiu-    oi  July   gold  mines,  of   Onta rio   produced   approximately $1,775,000, according to preliminary- estimates.      This is a new high  record   so  far  in  the   history   of  gold  mining* Iri_ Ontario, and is an increase  of  $10,000   over  the  June  production.  Witb  the   exception   of   the   Kirkland  Lake���������Pr6prietary all mills were operated at full capacity, and handled an  aggregate    of    approximately    175,000  tons of ore. 3  CATARRHAL, BEAFNESS  Is greatly relieved by constitutional treatment. HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE  tea constitutional remedy. Catarrhal  Deafness ts caused--by an inflamed condition of the mucous lining; of the Eustachian Tube. When this tube is inllamefl  you have--a rumbling sound or Imperfect  hearing, and . whien tt Is entirely closed,  Deafness is the result. Unless the inflammation-can be reduced, your hearing  may be destroyed forever. HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE! acta 4brough the  blood on the rnucous surfaces of the system, thus reducing- the inflammation and  assisting Nature in restoring normal conditions. ..*. ?��������� ���������?     -  Circulars free.       Ail  Druggists.  F. J. Cheney & Co.. Toledo,  Ohio.  U������t.MA  YOU    AV9   tSOt  experuaeair  1E n k w:*h e a  vou use Dr.  Cftase's Ointment for Eczema and Ski 11 Irritations. It relieves at once and gradually heals the skin. Sample box Dr.  Chase's Ointment free if you mentioa this  paper and send ae.-stamp for postage. 60c a  oox; all dealers or Ed manson. Bates & Co..  Ijnntcd, Toronto. ��������� -  '  MONEY ORDERS  When ordering, goods  by  mail,  send *a Dominion  Express  Money  Order.  BELTING FOR SALE  New and used Belling of every description shipped subject to approval, ���������in. 5-  ply    hew    Rubber    Belting,    high    grado  -qualjty, at 40-c per ft. All others at lowest prices In -Canada.���������York Belting Co..  115 York St.. Toronto, Ont.  ���������". .    ���������  .       .ii.���������  *H E union of Nature, the Farmer and Science is ���������  a partnership for life.  In your golden sheaves of living wheat���������and in  your waving, shimmering fields of barley���������Nature  stores the vital elements of human power and energy?  which Science converts into Grape-Nuts���������tl&e famous  body-build ing food. u  Gi'a-pc-Nuts with milk or crcum _& * complttftt ~4joti.p  containing all the nutritive and mineral elements  required for making rich, red blood, and building  sturdy body tissue, sound bone structure and strong,  healthy nerve cells.  Easily digested and perfectly assimilated, because  partially pre-digcstcd by 20 hours' baking.  Sold by Grocers Everywliera  Et . * '  *'There?s a Heason"  \\w 0 ^^a^  ^^ffl  ^S    I^F^Q    ^RJ^ ^^^_���������   ** Ira     \iffl    ^H^BB    ISL   fc*^*^9|  *    MZ  -    M������ilo hy Canadian Po������(iau Comal Co-mp-any, Ltd.. Winclnor, OntikHo  C0^*^^xaixa  ^Arntm aa-****  Threshermen  Must  Display  Card  Comply With  Reqiiir-ements  in   Rsfer-  ������nce to" Noxious Wssd iAct in  >   Saskatch-ewan  Threshermen should, take notice,  "states Mr. M. P. Tullis, Field Crops  Commiwsioner in I lie Saskaichewna  Department of Agflculture, that Uiey  are - still required to display' a card*  containing the provisions of Section  23 The Noxious W-ee'Us Act, in a prominent place upon tlie Ihreslitng machine all tlie time, thaL:"I1~ ia,in*.operation, '   ' .....  Some    confusion" appears    to have  arlaoii'over the fact that The Throsh-  ers'.'.Ll-en Act was amended at the te-  cent session atrlkinB out of Section 2  the words "who lias complied with the  provisions ol' The Noxious Weed Act,"  Thia section ol" tho    Threshers*   Uen  Act covers those who have a lien upon  grain threshed  for Ihe purpose or se-  cttrtftK payment for threshing-      This  amendment  has  no bearing upon lhe  application-of Section 23 of The Noxious Weeds Act. which Is still In full  force      und      effect.        Threw he mi en  therefore are advised to procure without delay the necessary card from Ihe  Field  Crops Branch,    Department    of  Agriculture,    Iteglnu,    and    aillx jl  to  their machines.  mmm  T  TORONTO  The  " Home  Comfort"   RANGE  is   iiivw-   *oi<l    to   1lu������   u������er   <1 ire.-t    tr*on*i    our  factory.  Thou������������i������������Is   of   tlies-B  Haiuro-*   iu   u������'"owr   20  years  nnd  tttill Rood  .Haiiue*.  Repairs for er������ry Homo Comfort Rumg������ auadto  >. sine*  1804 a������lckty  nappliwa.  Th&WrouEht lion Ranpo Co of Canada,  limited  HOKlni St.  W. TORONTO  f  A-iu<;-lr~t'������  Pioneer  Dorr  tti-inodlfiJi  nocire on  ~~���������ta m~u~...~ii-;~i  Riul   How   to  F������ftd  Mnileri   Vrt-i.   to any  Addre������������ Hy {.U*.  Author  H.    CUV   -ttl-OVER  CO     1ST  139    Wieiit    Utis    St.,  Xew   Vork,   V,H,\.  Under     lhe     name   ol"   cluititranga,  cheH-8 .was   played in l-Ilmlii^tan nearly  GOO hpiwb <\}y,o.  Mfnaivi'a        Lbii merit  Lti������ib������rmami*a  Stfl#itik\j &^ii.uiii R#n������ "Coiliikiiiiiitt^'  J. mat/*, r-l-tsbl- rrttKiatltitf  m-dit~in~.   Bold La  throi. div  ���������mm ������t ���������trcntth���������No.   I, *l |  .Jo. 3. S3; Ho. 8*1 ���������* pet hot*  Bold hy ill druf kUU. or ncn-k  R>r������p������i*;I on -r������e<!������pfc t>f prle���������������'  Wnsts     tMnuplilet.       A*ldt-0tp  time cook mcoicimc coaf  rottMiro.oiiT. ;r*m������H������ mmim������.i  fri  M  ���������j,     ti n-**5  sass  aesa Fob Sale���������Mare. 7 years old,  gentle, good driver and also good for  !ignfc worjs, weighs 1000 lbs. With  harness $65. Without harness  J. Penson, Wynndel.  Fob Saile���������Purebred Kose Comb  White Wyandotte cockerels, March  hatch, from exceptionally heavy laying strain. $2.50 each. Mrs. -R. C.  Eakin. Wynndel.  We run the Pick of the Pictures only  GRAND THEATRE  Regular Prices  iatv Sent  1  Presents CHARLES KAY in  JIM  111   Uffllll  ��������� There's a big Surprise in this Picture     -  ���������Come on in, the water*s fine; and so is the fun.  ���������A dive into real Boy Days, joy days.  Also the Educational Comedy .  "FRF.R-������WH RASY"  ^,mm ^mm  ^__a_^mm^  ^mhbw ^m^V~,-~m~*a-~-a  ^^^~m ^__nwmSnMm m___-m^*** JBa.  A Comedy of Mighty Hunters  We  highly  recommend  this   comgdy.  nripofl ffif smmmmu ������  ������jiiuuu iu������  yuiii!l  a  _t*_\~~ I  Suitable for  18x30   $ .75  1 Q  v ^ ,.  jl ixS   ~r_.   ~j *xJ  .90  24x48--   1-00  30x60��������� ��������� ���������  1.75  36 x 72��������� ��������� ���������  2.00  54x 84���������-   3.75  72x108 ���������  5.60  and Patterns  .A. SPEE'R  GENERAL  MERCHANT.  Local and Personal  WANTED-i-Apple pickers for October  Apply H. jLytie, Creston. ' -  Nectarines;.,&2; Freestone perches,  $1.10.     H. w7 MacDonald, Oreston.  Inspector Manning paid the public  school, stag an official visit the fore  part of link. week.  Pigs - - Fob . -Sale���������Chester White  pigs, 7 weeks old, $8 apiece. J% Kelly,  {Andy Miller ranch) Creston.  PiCKLrae Onions���������Silver skin pickling onions, 10c. pound. Phone or  write F. B.N Pearce. Creston.  WANTED-rHogs, live   weight;   also  clucks.    Will pay  highest cash price.  Dong- Barney, Pacific Restaurant.  Miss Blanche Hendren of Spokane is  home for a few weeks" holidays* with  her parents, Mr. and~Mrs. G. Hendren.  Mrs. G. Davidson Mead will receive  for the first time since her marriage,  at "Killarney,** Thursday, Sept. 21st.  i  The Valley vital statistics for-Aug-  ust show two births, two marriages  and one death;- Both of the'newcomers were girls.  - Sheet music at Beattie-Oatway,  Ltd.    A fine lot   of   the   newest   and  hrO'-W'Pst. HSt-c in    Ivrxt.lr*    vnoal   *s������nH "i*rs(af*.i*-ii������  **' -K.-..5 -0-0-'    ��������� 0--r ^ *r-r.'         -   ��������� xr tr . ~-i..-  menfcal numbers.  . Steelhead trOut are just beginning'  to come up stream and fishermen on  the Kpotenay are making excellent  catches these days.  Fob Sale���������-Good team of work  horses, weight 2800 lbs.. No. reasonable offer .refused. Thos. Weaver,  Camp Lister, B.C.       ^ ~  Miss Grace Comfort has been engaged tb teach the junior room of  Wynndel school and took up her new  duties on Monday. v  Hens Fob Sale���������One and two year  old, good layers; or cheapi'meat at $1  each. Making room for young stock.  P. G. Ebbutt, Creston.  :. The Women's Institute wish to keep  the day before Armistice Day, Friday,  November 10th, for their annual  whist drive and dance.  The Auto Knitter will make good  socks cheaply, or revfoot worn ones.  50c.;for making, and 25c. for re-footing.  Let me do it. *, Muriel Knott.'  - Lost���������-On Saturday, Sept. 9th, be  tween Creston and Lister, a -child's  sweater, dark -blue, with bijff stripes.  Reward to partyt leaving same,at Review Office.  For- Sale���������3- pairs good, strong  democrat shafts, to clear at $12 pair;  saddle pony and bridle, $25; dump  cart, in good shape, $25*T Morrow's  Blacksmith Shop, Creston. *  A communicants' class is being held  each Wednesday night at the Presbyterian church, preparatory for the  October communion, which will be  celebrated about the middle of the  month.  K. Campbell. M.P.P., Nelson, was a  yisitor here on Wednesday, and states  that Nelson is preparing to handle 500  delegates at the provincial Liberal  convention in that city on the 28th  and20lh.  Rev. F. H. Graham of Nelson, archdeacon of the Kootenay diocese, is announced to preach at the morning service iu Christ Church  on'Sunday, and  ������i  will also be.the preacher afc Sirdar  the evening. - - *������������������  ...      ' '  in  rutt Boxes  We would advise placing orders now for  Fruit  Boes and avoid the rush ancl  xt  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.  lltflljpUfl    llllj     LlllliUyi     liQIHpSlii  LIMITED  C. A. Fife, ledgerkeeper at the  Bank of Commerce got away on Sat  uidayforhis usual two weeks* vacation, which he will spend at coast  points, making a short stop at Nakusp  on the return trip.  Secretary Walmsley reports a very  heavy demand for prize lists and entry forms for the 1922 fall fair; and the  interest already manifest, would indicate that the exhibition will equal if  not excel any-previous fair.  "Miss Evelyn Bevan with ticket 36  was the winner ��������� of the cake raffled'by  the board of trade in connection with  its Labor Day effort to raise funds for  board effort. "Between the raffle and  the dance the net receipts -were in the  neighborhood of $45. \.  George, the" young son of Mr. and  Mrs. A. A. X Collis, was taken to the  hospital at Cranbrook on Sunday,  where he- successfully- underwent an  operation for appendicitus on Tuesday,  and at last reports was making a satisfactory recovery. Mts^ Collis 'is  with him.  If present plans materialize it is certain that Oreston--Valley will have a  bigger* showing than last year ait the  English apple show that will -ctgain -be  held in London the latter part of  October. In addition to apples entries  will also be made in pears and some  other lines. ���������)    :        . ...  Major Mallandaine left on Wednesday for Princeton, where he is.assisting as senior grand cleacon at the establishing of & Masonic LTodge in that  town. * He will also^ likely visit the  New Westminster fair, which is now  in progress, and of which ���������he .is an  honorary director.  t  Apidture that will be fully appreciated by'both grownups and youngsters alike"will be presented at the  Grand on Saturday night, when the  "Old Swimmm0 Hole," 'starring  Charles Ray, will be presented, along  with the breezy comedy, "Free and  vTCmsv."    Tl������a*onil*{������.^ nrices will "Drevail.  Royal Household  what  Is'  the   choicest  bought.  The greatest flour of- the great west*���������.  Flour that always proves the best.  The Ogilvie people set the price;   ,  It's not a case of shaking dice.  This is the fairest way, you see.  And today this flour is three sixty.  Anglican Church Services  SUNDAY, SEPT.   1T  CRESTON���������8 and 11 a.tn.;    7.30 p.m.  SIRDAR���������7.30 p.m.  Flour,   I   tell  flour   that   can  you  be  SPECIAL  40 doz. White Cups at  $1.50  per doz.  AND  Molr, Nelison and Wlllard's Chocolates  Saturday Specials  ���������Coffee Rings  ���������Cream Buns  ���������Bath Buns  ���������Sconnet-  Candy Special  Butterscotch.... 20c*  Peanut Brittle.. ..30c*  Mercantile  Company, Lid.  SATURDAY and  MONDAY SPECJAL  per CARTON  tttmxS-t^  ������3 liBiilS  Laundry soap at 5 cants a bar  is certainly getting baek to prewar prices in a hurry.  This is what we offer Saturday v and Monday shoppers.  Each carton of Koyal Crown  containing live bars.  And the beauty to this special  is that this olass -of soap really  improves with age, so that ifc  will be a good investment to buy  for future needs at this price.   _  Make a list ^ of your other  needs, and let us show you how  niueh you can save on this  week's shopping by buying at  our cash and carry prices.  Batter  Seriiee  lAfCfllli  ft OP f I  BROTHERS  Lover;  Pries  ~v*' "���������'���������' jT*  ft FOI U 111!Vf  Mfietp, the Sjtuatign  Why let luxury*'-* {that you  do not need), size (that you  do not war������tX SSI peed (that you  cannot lawfully use), lead you  into buying a car, that you  ��������� cannot afford fco own.   .  The new Excise Tax has  come into effect, so laid down  price of Ford cars are:  Touring ... $770.59  LigSit Delivery 732.57  Ghessis ��������� ��������� ��������� . 637.3*  (with Starter ia euch case.    <���������  *-   .  Buy a Ford;  it is lowest in  y price, Lowest,in maintenance,  cost lowest   in   depreciation.  and  provides   ary thing   you  can ask for.  Oreston Auto& Supply  n. S. BEVAN, Prop.  8EJ| I      i*iIII H B%.  Next Bfl^n'sRaraffm  'pf yMa  fr"*5|      .^it JS H   H WFmt-WT W    -I "H I  A well assorted stock- of  Tires, Tubes,  Accessories,  Spare Parts  Pipe and Pipe Fittings  AUTHORIZED FORD SERVICE STATION  The Best Livery Service in Tawn  SB_ BJ9 Bill     |L       D      jgM mM |S B     JL  *   L.~~-i~~A * HZ. SkOS.  (PrwOtVe &i  "A  ii  rCjg  i.  r~  "..i  *.\  i.  rsg  TVtlAi.1-;"-    ^   ���������("���������"  ^Wm*xypwim*4m*w


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