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Definite word has been received that  the steam roller required .for'the road  work will be shipped from -Vancouver  about the 12th, and should, be at work  here in less than two weeks,  Mrsf W������ Percival of Yahk was. a  week-end , visitor with her parent^  Mr, and Mrs. K. Dodds.  He has reached a depth of 60 feet but.  as yet the water, supply is light.  Mrs. George'Hurry is a patient in'  t.ntx ��������� X,f~*r\\\-t^.r*lz     nnemtnl      at-.    npoD^nt.    ��������� ��������� ��������� ��������������������������� ���������  _    ��������� ������������������r--vf;m ���������        0 ��������� t-  where she has Just undergone a rather  critical operation. ^ ���������  Business' at the . United Farmers  .meeting on Saturday night was largely routinfe.\ .$5 has been donated to  the Creston cemetery beautification  fund, and H. Young was named to  act as tbe local's representatiye���������on the  gnMiBn^'  ���������momni'ial   iin'D/.'-ili nor    f>i>m*n\ifJ  t~xr.m-. ��������� -r        m������������������ _-_...        --���������,   j 000-^0 -������-f ,-r.^  tee at Creston.    ���������  Creston Trapshols  Beat Cranbrook  Aubrey Kemp, who has been * attending a .private- school 'aw5<-Vernon  the past term is home* for the Holidays  at the ranch hege, -after having1 been  in camp with the boy scouts at Okanagan Lake. He was successful in passing the first-year high school work-examinations this year.*-*-  Frank Botterill and Gerald Timmons  left  last week  for   Kellogg,    Idaho,  where they are working in the smelter in that town at .present.  '-/*'���������  Me^Bsrs.   L. Leveque,   P. V. Staples  and Milt Bfeam rendered valuable  , assistance to the Creston five-man  trapshooting squad that -trimmed  Cranbrook* at Creston on Saturday  night by a margin of one point.  The contract for taking; out the nock  for the hard surface' road operations,  has been let fco a coupie of men from  Nelson, who are Expected "here this  week to commence blaslSmg operations  T. W. Bundy  "will    represent    the  Valley. Masonic Lodge   on   the   joint;  committee that will   have   charge, of  soldiers memorial unveiling at Creston  sometime this month.  J. Jackson of Calgr.ry, Alta., is here  Off a visit to Jj is. sister, Mrs. Bateman,  on his way~home-from 'a holiday visit  to the coast. " .'  "���������Word reached here early--in the  Week of the( death at Byron, Ontario,  of Mrs. McKipi, who up till a little  more than a year ago made her home  with her 60nrin law, R. J. Chamber?,  She was the widow of of the late Mr.  JkfcKim, who'about fifteen years ago  located on what is now known as the  D. G. Lyon rancn, and whose death  took place about seven years ago. ��������� _  v  - Misses Williams of Cranbrook were  Sirdar visitors for a few days last  week* guests of Mrs. Sid McCabe.   -  Pdom  rtrrvt-  t_vrm  \mtm~r~Kr  B. Nouguier, who  fche B.  recently acquired  is a business  c?namoers rancn, .  S*Z &S**PtA~t*iri      JititiiK t.txitt m.t*4xic  Gfen Messenger, who lately- pur>  chased the Major- Burritt place, left a  few days ago for Saskatchewan where  he will be in charge of an elevator  near Moose Jaw. " -  A Uumber'of  Canyonites   who   are  working at the Winlaw mill at Wynndel are home for a few days, the mill"  being closed down 'this- week  for re  pairs.'   *.-���������   .,-     Z'-'-PPi'^i'-i  ThsrO'.w&s ..���������. v-srv, large;., fcnrnouti .afc  thevSunday School picnic at the old  Goat Biiyer bridge on Wedhesday  afternoon. Next to the spread pf  good things to eat the swimming in  the riyer was most popular with the  clri)drep>  There are no unemployed in thiB  area at present. Anyone in quest of  work can land a job fire fighting in  one of the two crows operating in the  hills here.  Fred Smith of Oreston has been  here with his drilling outfit putting  down a well on  the Swanson ranch.  WANTED���������Immeaiately experienced lumber pilers and lum  ber jaokera, good wages, will  consider oontraot with experienced men.'-'"Wire-:������a quick if  interested. Albo want bush men.  B.C. ISpruoe Mills, Lumberton.  Have YOU Done  Your Duly to  Yourself and  *<������������ mat Wf*% 0*13 tm.  Your FantiiFw f  rm 1  Join fche Creatan and  Distant Fifteen Hundred'  Club!  Bend application to Secretary,  OreotonvB.0,  mmmmm  tew davs  ago from a. business trip~_jto Michel,  Natal, and other Crow points, where  he'was-looking up a-market for the  ranch vegetable output this year.  Jack Cameron has extended his holidays to a full month, on bis , return  Friday deciding to spend a couple  more weeks holidaying at Cranbrook  and in the Windermere country. _  ^:1&"JDtones h*S~"^Us"tHet-'������h������ contract  for, the erection _-df another story to  his residence here",- and. Work will be  started at once. S/  Mies JSargeory Goodman is a visitor.  with friends in Cranbrook at"present*  Ernest McCabe has had a very successful year of it'with his garden raspberries, having "ft   crop   sufficient _t*o  supply much of the local demand for.  this variety of fruit.  The North ranch commenced the  apple shipping season at theifhiddle of  last week, when they had several boxes of mature Yellow Transparent for  Fernie customers.-  Jim Doolan of Cranbrook is making  Sirdar his home town for the month  of August, replacing Jack Cameron  on the yard crew.      ,  The Church Guild will have their  August sewing meeting at the school-  hoipse op. Saturday af ternood as usual,  with Mrs. Goodman as hostess.  Contractor Knowles ��������� of Nelson has  the new store and hall building being  erected by Ben Whiteside well under  way. and is rushing it. to completion  aa fast as-possible.  In order to facilitate freight traffic  the C.P.R. has made a change in the  working hours of the yard crew, who  now have Saturday off and Sunday on  duty.        * .��������� " :"        . ' A '  There were sounds of revelry by  night tit the new residence of Sam  Lombardo on Friday when the genial  hoi-it treated his friends to a house  warning dance at his new residence,  which Is neairing completion. Dancing  was the big feature���������-along with a substantial midnight lunch which, the  ladies provided.       v V  . PouTMEiiY WANTHD---SprinB chicken,;  old heps and roosters, any color except white. Dong Barney, Pacific  Restaurant,  A meeting of the unveiling commit*  too of the soldiers' memorial will bo  held on Monday night at G.W.V.A.  Hall for the purpose of making .arrangements for the unveiling of the  Valley's memorial' tc thoso fallen Im  the groat war; .  E. L. Taynton, at one time teller  In the local branch of the Imperial  Bank, now nt Fernie accompanied by  Mra. Todd nnd Mlfis Cody of tho sumo  oiSfy, w<ih:j tin,in)f  *'\i~\\jiiip \tsnrts mts G������������i������-  day, gueats of Mr, and  Mrs. George  Mead.-  About the closest and most exciting  trap shooting contest in the history of  the S.o,otenays wa4 . staged^ here on  Saturday night;~wh'fen- the locals and  Cranbrook met~in'-a7-flve-man competition*^ withjQreston emerging as victors  by ttie narrow margin of one point,  the final score "being 8S to 87. Tois  was a return shoolKfo'r the visit Creston made" to~Cranbrpok'on Dominion  Day when Cranbropk had "the best of  the-argument by a* Wo point margin,  the scoi-es on that: occasion being 79  __J������   r-v-1 1-"-    ���������  fcaas>u   e s. .'--*'  Gen. Mawson divided the high gun  honors with Ooog$er of Cranbrook,  each having a showing of 21 out of a  possible 25 with Mi|t Beam,--Leonard  Leveque equalling^Billy 'Cameron ofthe visiting teahs7''for second places-  While Creston is offering no excuse  for its close trinmph it was noted that  Col. Lister, who was under the weath-  er, Was not breaking the clay birds in  his accustomed fashion, his mark at  Cranbrook on the .Jboliday being 17.  The scores ares '-  JCRBSTON CRANBROOK  G. Mawson L21   "Cooper 1_ 21  M.   Beam IO   Grey 16  Col. Lister .���������.13. ; Cameron 1,9  I*.   Leveque..  F. Staples   day for what he hopes will be his final  visit tor the  eye specialist $t Calgary.  .r  In the huckleberry line there is no  decrease in ths. cost of living. The local Indians are now marketing the  1022 crop at the old reliable $&fora  gasoline can of the blue fruit, and no  . rebate    for" stems,    leaves   or   other  foreign content.  'J. W. Parkin returned'to Michel on  Sunday. - --  -m ' , -  3. Johnson    and    Hector ' Stewart  were at Kuskanook on a fishing- trip  on Sunday, and  report   quite a .good  ~~x���������P   ���������  xjxmvjvrxa. ~ ���������  Stanley Paul got back f on Sunday  from a trip to prairie points, and reports crop conditions south of Calgary  as ideal.  JB������ ~. Masters i*  .18: Bpwness > 17'  88: 87  Although shooUpg did not com-?  mence until after 6 p.m. the match  was concluded before the light began  to fail, and the visitors .speak in high  prais������ of the excellent "ijinge the local  club have for sbootin-g -purposes.    It is  : F. .Fairhal^. who haa, been employed  at the McMurtiie ranch for some time,  left on Monday for Spokane.  Alice Siding" started the tomato  shipping season on Thursday"2last,  J. W. Vaness had three" crates for export.' .~-~_  Robert Stewart"^was a husinesss  visitor at Sirdar at the fore part of the  week.  ---���������-��������� ���������   >     .  ���������    *  The eastbound express .made its iast  stop at/the Smith Crossing on Sunday,  While the outgo of" strawberries from  this* point this year was considei*ahly  less4han the previous seascn*^ raspberry shipments were very much  neavitr.  Mr. and' Mrs. Osborne and son,  Dave, of Medicine Hat, Alta7, arriveel  on Sunday, for a holiday, outing -with    S  I- *Z.~ Geroux  and   one  assistant   are  I busy  making repairs  to some of the  worst holes  and  bad' culverts on the  highways in this section.  ��������� Jas. Be'ggs, quite an oid timer here,  who has been working -at the Winlaw  mill, spent a-few days in town on hns  -way back to Bow Island, Alta.  Miss Hunter of Penticton Has been  engaged by the trustees to take charge  of Kitchener school next term.  Last word from, the hospital at  Cranbrook was to the effect that Mr.  Crowe, while quite low is sti]! holding  his own. His brother'was here at the  end of the week after visiting him and  left Monday for Vancouver.  Fashing   is   -reported    good   in   the  .streams hereabouts and' itUjte tourists  than ever before are stopping at the,  Kitchener Hotel this season to enjoy  the sport.  Messrs. Hunt and Schonnert are  busy afc haying operations afc Goatfell  and the Paulson. Meadows respectfully,  but owing to the excessively dry  summer the crop is light.  About 50 men are engaged in the  two fire fighting crews under Messrs.  Davis and Forester and the flames are  doing much dnangge in the Russell  Creek area where tt is 'estimated that  possibly 6000 poles have already gone  up in smoke*.  ]L������si������9*  ma!  likely Oreston will  to Cranbrook for' a second  fare;-the end of.the^mohth.  -"--x^ri-f��������� ������-*-<   ,->,_,^    -'TB'-ir   ** *--  "*  X& another visit   Mr" and Mrs,* Wood.  rnatca o������.(  Local and Personal  0Va%~~aaf-)~7 JS T  ~~.~r~M~~ %rrM~nuL~r   r__ -P.-~~.W-m  White Caps at *$1.S0 per  doz.���������Creston Mercantile  Company, Lid. - ?i      : ���������  Miss.'Lyda Johnson was a week-end  visitor with friends in Cranbrook.  For Sale���������Thirteen _ shares of stock  in Creston Fruit Growers Union. Ltd.  Apply H. B. Downs, Creston.  Horses"For Sale���������One good team  also single horses. Applv Office Land  Settlement Board, Camp Lister.  Miss A tree'Oar r, "who has. been   op  the^Telsnn central telephone staff for  t}fe-fiasV''-->oi^^^  hbmiBon'SaTturda.y."5'"'*-' -^"-^P'-i   t zzh'  .c Mi's. R. Stewart * was hostess to thia  berry pickers who have takers off the  crop "on. the raneh'-^this, year at  at-tfee Stewart -residence on Tuesday  night. A very happy time of it was  spent'at" dancing.- interspersed with  vocal music and games, with a  splendid    supper   served about   niiJ-  ^x-  ^Hf^sitiiS&E  Crawford1 left on Sun-  Willium, Ont., where  a   short   holiday   visit  . Mrs. W. Hi  day for- Fort  she will spend  with friends. ',:''''"','. "  The ext3*a gang will this week complete the Work of laying "the now wood  water pipe line from Gli^aer Greek to  the C.P.R. tank at the depot.  At the  board of trade meeting   on  Tue8drty night 6eo.'Johnson!nwas selected as the board's represehtj^ivepn  the soldiers memorial unveiling committee, .-'... '.. ZZ- Z.     Z] ;;.;..*.  Contraotors A I. Hendren & Watson  arc mak Ing good   head way ..v.. th7 the  new residence 0. B. Gai'lanid is eyeot"/  Ing on   hla  Hillside  Road   property  next the Edmondson ranch. ��������� ;  C Zf*r Floml ng, mayor of Spokah e.  and Messrs. Ohatterton and Lullear,  business men of the same city, 7were  Sunday visitors here, en route/-hpmo  after a few days fishing in tho neighborhood of Yahk.  ,-. .* *   '     *-, .'    ��������� ��������� *. *���������   r~y.  ���������Mrs.  0������,tway  and children left ^on  Saturday for 'Seattle; where th^y will  visit relatives for a few weeks b*oCore  going on.   to   Vancouver,' * whore; Mr  Oatway has  n  ponitlon,   antl^ avhere  thoy will Tostdfi In future. ���������/-  At the board\p'C trade meeting on  'jCu-esday night lileuaru, JohnBonV|<)libl*is  and Norris were nailed tho comuttttee  to take charge -"Of ?$h&: Labbp Day  dance, tho funda Qf which will bo ut������ed  for publicity work this fall*  This laeuo of the Reyiew ie " one of  quality .rather than quantity'1 Iti the  matter of news content���������every point  tfi 13jc VaMcy hav3ng ������. Ure, budget  fchfcs week. The paper appears a day  early, tho editor leaving: on  WedneR-  A dance under the auspices of the  United Farmers whs held on Saturday  night ih one of the M   Wigen packing  sheds. There was -ii large and very-  lively crowd. The music was by the  Ahdestad brothers orchestra, and was  pf the usual very high order. About  $10 waa netted the U,Fw ���������-"... .������������������;'��������� 7'7.".'  A. H. Piggot was a week-e nd v isit-  ror from Or-in brook aft his ho nie here.  Wynndel Box Factory com men cod  operations on Tuesday, arid he expects  to keep the plant running late Into the  fall before he can complete all orders.  Cecil Moore, late of Alice Sidinjg,  who hAs not been seen in these parts  for almost three years, has returned  and is again oh  the box factory staff.  Jim Got den left on Tuesday fo*  Fernie, where he figures oh mrklng  headquarters for awhile.  ^ -  Paul Hagen and wife left on Tuesday on a week's fishing and camping  trip to Sanca Creek.  The home of Mra. and Mr*.-R, Uri  was the scene of a most enjoyable  party on Thursday night. The house  -was filled to the doors with a throng  of lively young people, y Dancing was  tho chief feature of the oweriling, JMr.  J. Wood supplying a fine line of music  on his mouth-organ-auto harp combination. Allan Moberg obliged on  the accordeon, and It. Andestad and  Guy Ooopar on the violin, Oonaider-  able jar/waa added by Pat Uow and  his ka'/ao. A very midnight lunch  was served, after which dnmoiing watt  rosumod until the wee sma1 "wnrsr  Mrs. V. Johnson and her niater, MDns  O. Hngfn, left on Tliur������day last for a  week's visit ab Kelson,  Julius Ore left on Tiies-iday for Sirdar, where he has a ���������contract to contract/to construct a houao for one* off  the resldonts off that town.  J. BenadettI loft on Satnifdwyon a  b������mine������w viait tn T*&thbrl<flg������\ Alta*  E. L. Langston left on   :Friday   for  Or^tsbrook, where  he   is���������s<nsnd!t!D   &  few days in- St. Eugene"* hospital taking medical treatment forbear trouble    .  thai has been troublesome of late.  $73.30 is" ther" exact amount reali������ed  ait the^J4erviIle benefit danceon the  %vening: of Jiilj 2fithl apdrthis,a mosmfc  has been reitfiftted the Banls of Commerce at Courtenay.. which -is- actanj^  as treasurer of. the fund.  ,*- A. B.^Vrebb has  about   compEeted.  the erection of   a   new*   barn   on   his.  ranch,   the   structure   having   a   hay  stotage capacity equal to anything; in  the area.  . Col. Lister left on Monday for  points in the Cranbrook riding wheie  he wiil-addrecs meetings on behalf on  the Conservative candidate an the impending bye-vlection.  There was -only a f-a.tr turnout ������t the  adjourned ann Ltal school meetiug no  Saturday night, which was presided  "over by President Powers of the United Fat mers, with Mrs. Millington tanking down the minutes. The trustee  board for this year will be made up of  Mrs. G40. .Jacks and Messrs. Frampton and Powers, with the two latter  officiating as secretary audi chairman  respectively.  Death has paid another off its unwelcome visits to Camp^Lister area,  this time claiming Mrs. Alfred P,  Evans, who paased away on Saturday  evening, after quite a prolonged ill-  news. The funeral took place on Monday to Creston cemetery. Rev. H. Va������*-  ley conducting the last sod rites, and  Messrs. Bird, Lister, Powers and Sin-  clmlr offlclMtinRas paHlbearers. The  family have been residents ni Liis ter  almost sinc4< Its establishment about  three years ago,' nnd whiHat her health  permitted deceased, took quite j n  active part in many of the community  activities. The sympathy of ull goes  out to Mr. Bvans und: 4 he one daughter who left to mourn the p-ussing o������f a  devoted wife nmd mother.  Whatever else may bt������ lacking; in  tho area certainly uo fault can tut*  found with tho quality -ofthe educn-  tionnl instnictlcm glveim ut the- Bcweal  school which ha������ a record, of 1O0 pur  cent efficiency in passing candidates  the high school) EntiMimcu ^xaminatSxms  'tchi- the p&e������t thva.1 yti.mrti-1- ~E.<m\\)iUy  credimble In the Bhowloig of ft!Iks  Annie G halm era, ������n. lien trance pkU|)il  in lOiU, who ajj^od uecnnd in 'n Inrgo  class graduating in thn advnnu^d  course junior grade nt tho Cranbrook  high school thiiu term.  S/d:nni.B PotSY*���������<3,ulet, gentle; tault  I������iidy or children; wactt to imcicang,  will sell cheap,  or eacch������ng:������������ Cor hay,  j F, *Q.  Kbbutt, Orewtcjin.  mm  Hi  Hsl mm mzvmw^sseesxon, m~ m  p-.  i P--  STRENGTHENS fHE1 VOICE  r     BELIEVES BRONCHITIS  fey  Breathing  the Healing  Balsams of  Catarrhozone, You Are Made Well  Without Using Drugs  You breathe through the Catarrho-  KOne inhaler medicated air that is full  of healing-, soothing balsams; full e-f  piney antiseptic essences that resemble the-.aJr-ot the pine woods in lhe  Adirondacks. This piney vapor has  a truly marvelous action on Aveak  throats*. It    brings    strength*   and  ^health to the broschitic, stops that  hacki&g cough and difficult breathing.  You can't find anything for weak-  throated   rpople  more  beneficial than  -Catarrhozone. - It means heaven on  earth to the man that has had bronchitis, catarrh or throat irritation.  You will realize this the first time you  use Catarrhozone which is a scientific  preparation specially designed for  diseases ot the nose throat and bronchia! tubes. Get the large siae, it  lasts two months, costs $3.00. - Medium size. 50c; sample size, 25c. All  storekeepers or the Catarrhozone Co.,  Montreal.  T  t~s  ��������� BY.���������  ELINOR MARSDEN  ELIOT  PuWJ-shed  by  Special  Arrangement  ���������with the Author  i\  <  I had scarcely settled says-elf 'vrhes  a man rose fron* *he opposite end of  the coach and came over to where I  sat.  "You're Mies Eliot,- aty't yon?" he  asked, raising bis hat aw&w&r.lty.  ''My name" is Brown, Jerry Brown of  jSrowmj-yIIIe ~3&Si2LtL*i**r>si'=*,'i5'";*"1 * *'- ������������������������=���������=*'-  to live hereabout and I've just been  home to see Mother." I was at the  picnic on Friday^ and I seen. youTivsth  the Fiskes and the Livingstones, but  never-got close enough io get an introduction to you, so I, hope you will  excuse me speaking np-k. You English ladies ain't much travelling stlftne,  I guess; and" there's some tough characters goes back "and forth or* this  line."  By this lime Jerry - Brown oi  Brownsville was so hot anel embarrassed that his collar was -wilting visibly. I thanked him for Ms knightly  courtesy���������not in thos^ words, of  course���������aruTafter falling over my bag  and apologizing profusely . he threw  his hat in the rack, sat down in the  other half of jnay-section, and proceeded to~whi3e away the weary hours.  News travels swiftly in. the Elba  district, apparently lor some casual  remarks that Mr. Brown let fall I  think" that my llfe-histosy in so far as  It-relates to my stay in Elba is fairly  well-known to" him.- He was very  frank about his own affairs, told me in  the first half-hour that his mother had  Opportunities In Tlie  Veteriiiary Profession  Affiliated with-  University b-f Toronto  ���������ttT-trTr-s-Mr     tV������;*rtv  *  ���������--- -m>  xr~.4xv*a     0*t~-AV.  and that with.her five small children   6eH,Cl  "Why, no-"-.! replied; "but don't let  me keep you from It."  So he bought a package of gum for  himself- and* peanuts, papers and a  magazine-for me. Talk about American Yeltefw .Journalism-, that magazine  was burnt' orange!  Mary met me, at the statics, aad did  not show the "surprise she inust have:  felt when. I introduced Mr. Brown. -  "I'll see yoa later," -that gentleman  announced.as~" he^picked up his b^-gs.  "What - did -you say your address  was?", ^  I -hadlnot said ,that I so much as  had. an ajidress, hut Mary innocently  hroke'in'wlth, "314 Collegiate Avenue.  Elinor never remembers numbers, so  'it's' lucky/ that I am here to fell you  the right one:"  I could have shaken her; hut of  course she .did not know at that time  how Mr. Brown had happened .to be  with me. And when I told her, that  night in th'e privacy of my bedroom,  she threw herself face down on the  bed and laughed until I began to think  that she was hysterical.  '-"I    cannot   .see    anything so very [ Bhe went on with her story.  funny," I objected at last. " j ' :  " "Elinor,"- she said, when she could  speak without laughing, "I should never have suspected you of such a  thing!* To think that any well-bred  "English girl would so openly encourage a misguided youth!" .   "  "Misguided youth!" I retorted. "He  is thirty-seven-^���������he told me    so    him-  If you desire to-*nter a profession, you -should ���������cdns.ldeV ������haL U*e jj-e-w fiff-ft-*������������ V  .Veterinary Science has to offer. Graduates "hav������ _eE>len������3:i**ul opportunities for -a K  successful career.      You .should inquire.. . ���������   " \  ^ SESSION BEGINS OCTOBER 2nd, 1922 -   ~l  -Write for-Bullettn and Calendar to C.   D. MeOilvray, Jff.D-V., Principal-        r  ONTARIO VETERINARY COLLEGE  TORONTO,   ONT. ,  at \ -- m      .  Un-fler :fho   Ontario  Dept. of-AKS-icultore'  **-ti*0.jv..000x     ���������xr-        -aM-lr-r.     Vll*v+        V-M .      V     Trtrt^tm  JZjJV.t~~ir.0-r     X~X~t,     XVXAS3~t     MZAX.Wr,     JJUb*   I     iJftVD  looked everywhere for Sunny, and  Mary suggested that she might be  here." ' ~        --    ���������*  "I'll    come    Sn    a minute, Mother,"  Sunny-promised, "hut I'm just telling  Miss Eliot about the time David near-  f ly killed  Thomas a- Becket when   he  [ was going to steal the chickens," and  T-ln-,,*,*]       in      X1x~     Jtrx-m  Mi4%X V XML      AX.        1X3X3      Wfg,  cna  t*uj~-~t.~ raer,  Thomas a Becket is the cat,  "Was David called after the David*  who killed Goliath ������'���������" I asked- when,  the story was finished.  "No,"    answered    JSunny.      "Uncle -  Don named him David Lloyd George  'cause 'he's- the dickens of a fighter/* -  but we call him David ior short."  {To be continued)   -  (Continued)  X..  Winnipeg,  July 5th,  19���������   -  I am baek in Winnipeg again, with  Mrs. Arnold to mother me, Mr. Arnold  to father me, and Mary to keep a constant watch over my manners and  morals. The strong-minded and aggressively independent Elinor is rather glad to be here, much as she is reluctant to admit it.  Mrs. Fiske and Gypsy brought me in  to the train yesterday afternoon.  Gypsy, I know, was sorry to see nie  . go, and I am tempted to believe: that  Mrs. i'iske was also. We called on  Mrs. Mills for a few minutes; I could  not leave Elba without saying goodbye to her and Mr. Hartford.  The train was half anho-ar fate, but  that surprised no one. in;jMct, the  "oldest inhabitant" assures me that in  the winter the train "becomes later  each day, until at. regular intervals it  is on time because exactly twenty-four  hours late.  she had come -West and taken up ~\  homestead. He did not say. very much  about the inevitable hardships, but he  did tell jnae that last winter -he -look  his mother "back East among her  folks and gave her a rattling good  time." -_      _ "  Here he chuekled.  "You should have seen Mother at a  picture show. I took her to the -wildest- Wild West one I -could find, and  I'll bet-she liked it, though she did  pretend to be shocked. Wliat troubled her most was the cowgirl, with  red poppies ,^ in her hair and red  'chaps.' She wouldn't go to sleep  rhat night until I swore on my honour  that there weren't no cowgirls round  about Brownsville. . You know "what:':  mothers are. like?"  At this interesting point the newsboy came along,, crying his wares. '  "Winnipeg Free Press, Tribune, and  Telegram! AH about the big fires in  a shoe factory:���������five hundred souls  lost!"    ���������������������������-..  "Were the uppers.burned too?" asked Mr. Brown.. *.:*:..  The boy grinned appreciatively.''  "Say,. son," queried" "my escort,  "have you got anything good to eat?"  "Peanuts, popcorn, -. chewing-gum,  and caramels. Regular price twenty-  five cents per package, hut tens cents  seeing it's you."'  "Guess I'll "have some guni*" said  Mr. Brown.- "I've been telling the  story'-of ��������� my life to this here young  lady, and it's dry- work." Then he  turned to me, "You don't chewv I siip-  "Well, young or Old, he has matrimony in hla eye, or Firi no judge. His  poor trusting mother!*���������and she was  so sure that he was safe from all designing creatures."  "Mary/* I replied, with all the dignity I could, muster, "if you do not  treats my confidences with more ne-  spect,"~~I will never tell you another  secret!"  This dire threat made her reform���������  for a time. . . But this afternoon, when  a bix box of roses came from the-florist's "with the compliments o! Jerry  Bi-own,'Tshe told me that the red poppies were in bloom and that she could  lend me some invisible hairpins. I  am "very much afraid that Brother  .Jeremiah-^-that is Mary's name for  : him, If' is:;;only" in", an emergency that  She calls anyone by his or her proper  name���������--will think: it necessary to call,  aad, Emi&h as I regret to say it, I cannot answer for Maryrs good'behaviour  if he* does: so. Age cannot wither,  nor custom stale, her infinite variety  devices' for - tlie embarrassment of  weak^humaSsity**.    ������������������--. Z'  The Arnolds:, have other guests at  present���������ra Mrs. Bingham and her  five-year-old daughter Sunny, from a"  ranch near; Carbon City, Alberta.  Sunny and : I fell in love with each  other at sigh, and this morning &ue  came into my'room before I was up <o  - show me ^snapshots of her home and  her dog and���������-last hut not least���������  "Daddy- and' tTncle Don."  We were in the midst of a very confidential chat regarding life on a  ranch when Mrs. Bingham knocked at  UNLESS you see the name "Bayer" on tablets, -yous  are not getting Aspirin at all ~    ���������  Accept only an "unbroken pacEage" of "Bayer Tablets of  Aspiriss," which contains directions and dose worked,out by  physicians during 22 years and proved safe by minions for  Colds - Headache Rheumatism  ToothaeThe Neuralgia Neuritis  Earache Lumbago Pain* Pain  Handy "Bayer" boxes of 12 tablets���������Also bottles of 24 and 100���������Druggists.  Asplrlss 3s t3sa trade Kiarfc fr*eg*lster**a 3as Css&gs.) ot Bayer M-aaMfaetore t>t 3*<mo-  n.c������tlca������fd:eBter of Salicyllcacta. Wh3i������ jt !* well known tSiat AepJrta means Bayer  manufacture, to aoafet iftfe i>uW3c -aEatnut SxaStatio&s, t!b-e_'Vab!et& ot Bayer CtscapauT  wall  iitv StaKipeu.  mS������j������ their ������e-uer*������i iraue raarjij  int.  "*z~~f������~' -CT09B."'  l^iil^iliiltlliillilliiiiillHiiililllillillliyiillliHHI  Rjin.'if-tkfl r,n i\,r. Hthrti-.ujait l.r*k������r KmtrttM In v.h(in~i Irrf^n-  fHli-liIn-r \Miit*rn nif rrfffi-tt-tl Ilu- -ftWtr l4u������ wl������y Bldrt j������r������*\v>-  ���������onpiw-fl nifHiniainn in Kmerxld J-nkrt t'umi*, *������n������!; tit th*. mont  *l<rM|?Mfiit nfitstm in Ihr- ("iirnit.\(i*. rn'")f1n \ttst'Mt-n., Plrliir-g (J)  fthowM t\ jtrroi11������ t>. triittiiftitowtt nhtnttii t,y th,|| ������werir������r*,n ������r*^#������.  i2.   Jtief a oorn-rr of EmitittM l-uk*.  t'-'j*      i'������������"'     v nt. ni iti,,ii-ii      iiii ir     aa.i.)     -v wi    .li in*.,     tf.twil im     kviltoirf  ������<Ter   no   mony   t~ttr.sv.ttt.rn4 ut   ������ikIi   ������nrU)*.r������.l������o   pt-tftt-   tin   <l>*������������  n*t.*ifsfi-orm,ttv-it*r nt-v.  I?nnr*t������)***nw    tumpm    tn   Mm   l^wltionf.  On*i  Mimiti.'m   rmii\rnt nfr;  i  , Bine raid, ILnke from a r.ia*~ Ini the 'm������bntAln*.\J \Z..~.'~  , incluxlf'd   In   theH-o  rare ~ beauty ������p<������ta' Im" 'iJftl<V  ������.������.������-".-,  iri'Oro  enknp  which  ccnttlata,*;of 4������wo������ly-tw*o rikBtlo-ty|>������ "*���������  H*j������'Joav cnhlria for llvlnir iJurjponea wltli u ������en.truli ������|i|li houoei  ton dlnlnjf,. dtinimLniB, awd aoclai rftcretkttldn, i~, A 8K*r������wp ot*  Cuenta at  the ccntrut -club  iiouwe,  Tailco 'Windermere  Ca*mii>.,  A������i������ii(h������r������ jnAKMilnr cvnfninii^^n.im ^^rt ~t>. Y.*������1M** "W*f������f������t������. -n������(*v(f>, -whkm*  %Ua. -Cftnudlan J'aoIAc KtaU'Wfty han built *hv*ral we������-ift*|Mlp������ea  Jlmnaiilnw-M..   ������B>   Wa**.   ^iihwey ������i������ttc������n   u.t   H^etM'j  th. louVlii* ullK3jl.il  f������>ir W^t)lu Cmnp.: ;���������>,.-"'  W iiii   Wind**"-  \-VTi'  y.h-.vt$.  \w~   N.   V.   343*  Mftti  nntfi  j mm.  ���������HWpHpMBiMiiU.   sSffgp  mm  fipL$y?:ZP-ZZPPPZZZPPZP6  :A  W&0^i<^  v.~  Circle Tours Through f&e  Canadian Pacific Rockies  Delightful Trfp Afforded for Tourists  Over/S.P,R:-  By the most magnifrcent mountain  and'' inland " water trip in the world,  passing- through beautiful Banff, Jtove-  ; ly Lake" Louise, Field-and glacier  thenGe" " _to Arrowhead ��������� steamer  through the Arrow ^and Kootenay  Lakes, winding in and out past majes-.  tic mountain peaks���������touching-at West;  Robson and Nelson ehrbute.  This delightful trip can be made in  the-opposite direct-ton if desired and  at remarkably low cost.  Any Canadian Pacific ticket ag&nt  will gladly give full informaticii gnd  arrange details.  RETAIN GOOD HEALTH  FOLLOW THIS ADVICE  GINGHAM IS REIGNING       "  SUPREME ONCE MORE  Most in^S^tss^of; sll is proper st-  . *----,_������������ ="ijre^rsiS.     Avoid    con-  WORLD HAPPENINGS  I  tention to Ttha  stipation���������ij$ %h&" health-killer of today. Haj&hgs/gpiping medicine is  ruinous-^beware of^it. Best results,  follow a Vemedy like .-Dr. Hamilton's  "Pills^ wh'icb! .relieve ~ costiveness  p^mptls^nartonjb -the bowels so that  constipation /becomes"* a 'thing of the  p$j3t;V" sNo'* distress, or inconvenience  ���������attends; the -use^o? p-I>v. Hamilton's"  Pills, "which are" famous for their mildness and efficiency.-. , For headache,  biliousness,, indigestion and'liver complaint, Dr. Hamiltpnfs ,Pills are just  what you heed. \ Thousands maintain  their health", *������y .regulating frequently  with Dr. Hamilton'siPills,;25c all dealers or The*- Catarrhozone Co., Montreal.  . j  The appointment" of a permanent  Canadian Trade Commissionex*. together with an assistant, 'to Russia,  has* been authorized.- ~  The Vancouver Harbor Commission  ha������ been:uauthorized to strengthen ihe  Ballantyne .Pier sheds  Lo -carry grain  ���������conveyors.' *  -���������-���������������%-?'        '       -*'--��������� --  T*he ' G.OYernment7s^h.as   endorsed,s'&  .grant of,$GEf;9<f5 to the province p������-Alberta "for th'e;. purpose: of'aiding and  ��������� advancing th������J farming' industry- by'in-  -struction in agriculture."  The Government has: curtailed the  weekly close* salmon fishingrat Rivers,  Inlet,  B.C.,. irom midnight on Friday  J.o 6 p.m.  Sunday  for the balance of  . the 1922 fishing season. " "  Because oi the great loss of Tlie and  property by are during the past decade, all citizens hav^e heen asked-to  observe October 9 as Fite Prevention  Day. "      -  Djema.1 Pasha, former- Minister of  Marine- in  the Turkish TJntonlst Gov-  ��������� N'Qment, chief of staff of the Afghan,  army, has been assassinated, Twi  Armenians    are     ctia'rged     with    the  'CEime.  The reputation of the province oi  Quebec is not to be hut.t by the recent declarations to the effect tha?  imported cheese of -interior and ddtf-'  gerous quality had been sold on ahe  British markets, .states Hon J. A.  Caron, Minister ol Agriculture.  The late Sir John Saio-s's pa!a������������al  private eai\ "Ealcmian" has .been sold  in Montreal to the Canadian^ Pacific  Railway Company. The car was  furnished throughout with the most,  modern and luxurious manner and  originally  cost over  $100,000.  Because of the political and religious unrest in Ireland, which has  ���������^brought"practically the whole flax industry there to a standstill, three  manufacturers" of Armagh, Ireland���������  Joseph Marshall David McClelland  and ft. It. L-ouden���������nave corao uvtr ~o  Cannda wiih a view to an -Investigation that may ..duplicate Ireland's fltvx  industry In Lhe Dominion.  On the Marriage Day  i ,*������������������*-���������-���������  0 ���������  1 Roniabce usually ceases, and his*  tory begins���������and sore corns begin to  go when  "Putnam's" is   applied.      It  takes out corns, roots, branches,  stems���������no trace of a single corn left  after Putnam's r Painless-Corn Extractor has done its work, 25c at all deal-  tfavc-*: T^a-Tiica   <i    <niKD*t*itii*l-A  ._   War Taught  British to Chew  "Before    the    war chewing gun was  practically unknown jn England.-Now  the"   sates" amdunt    to over a million  dollars a year.  ReJieves'Asthma .at^Once. - If you.  fcoulcF-read-the thousands of unsolicited letters, received by. the makers  irom giatel'ul users you,-too, would  realize the" remarkable powers "Ot Dr.  J. ID. Keilpgg's Asthma Remedy. All  cases, incipient and chronic, are benefited by this great family remedy.  Why suffer or experiment with worthless, preparations when the genuine  Kellogg's can be purchased everywhere.      " ' /-     ~-  Turfcs Strang le Criminals  A* ,4  In Turkey strangling and sewing a  criminal up in a bag and throwing  him into the sea are ,-eommon modes  oi* punishment.  Quite Correct *  Mrs. Scroggihs.���������She told me that  when 'er dorter ��������� got max-ried -he  bridegroom gave 'er������a 'orse- and a  trap.  Mrs. Jorldnsr-ryes, I know���������a  clothes "orse and a mouse trap.  Fresh Supplies in Demand.���������Where-  eYer Dr. Thomas* Eclectrie Oil has  been introduced, increased supplies  have been ordered^ showing that  wherever it goes this excellent Oil impresses its power on Lhe people. Np  matter in what latitude it -.may be  Jound its potency |s never impaired.  ���������It is put up in most portable shape in  bottles "and can be carried without  .tear of breakage.  The keeping of pigeons in England was introduced hy the Romans.,  who used them  for carrj;ing, as well  as -for the table.  Corns cause much suffering, hut  IIoHoway's Corn Remover offers a  speedy, sure, and satisfactory relief.  -Ho. 30 Downing Street has been the  home of the prime ministers or England  for almost two hundred years/  Minard's Liniment Relieves Neuralgia  . There Ss no such thing as a thunderbolt, but the name is frequently given  to a meteorite, or more often'a particularly dangerous form of lightning.  THE REASON WHY  ANAEMIA PREVAILS  The    Strenuous   Conditions    of    Life  - To-day Responsibly * '  -I 'Mothers*- who remark that .girls -today are more-vprone^ to anaemia-than  the girls oI'-lq., gene'ration ago, should  look baek at tire surroundings in  Which they and their .companions^ lived. They would easily see the reason  in life's altered circumstances -to-day.  Now the school girl's life is moije  strenuous; heK^more. numerous studies areja severe'tax upon the strength.  Also, girls' enter business soon after  leaving school���������at an'age when they  most need rest _and outdoor life. Their  womanly development is hampered by  the^ stress' of working hours,, hurried  and often scanty meals. Girls are  more liable, to* bloodlessness to-day,  but there is this consolatio'n that this  condition-is now" more easly. remedied  than in the years past. Such medicine as Dr. Williams* Pink Pills have  helped thousands of weak, anaemic  girls and' women, simply because they  contain "the elements" necessary "to  enrich the blood which means good  health and vitality.  This is proved by the statement of  Miss Eldora Acker. Lake Pleasant,  NS., who says:���������"I shall be glad if  some other ailing girl will profit by  my expeiience with Dr. Williams'  Pink Pillsr I was very much run  down;' my face was pale and there  was dark.circles around my eyes. My  appetite was bad^ and I had no ambi-  -tion to do anything or go' about. - I  had once "before"been helped by Dr,  Williams' Pink-Pills and decided to  try them agans.^ It,proved a wise decision, for in less "than two months  time E felt' in every way better; had  a splendid" appetite, the tired feeling  disappeared, and I can work with enjoyment. Naturaly _I think there is  no belter medicine-for young girls  than. Dr. "Williams' Pink Pills."  You can procure Dr. Williams' Pink  "Pills thrpugh any tlealer in medicine  or they, will be sent to you by mail at  50 cents a box "or six boxes for $2.50  hy writing direct to The Dr. W.illiams  Medicine Co., Brockville. Ont.  !.'���������'_������������������. i^-y.y. ^.yP'."' P?y'-\ *;."���������- *. ������������������-���������':.'.,' - -"=-- V**l1ar'r���������5-'"^.---^-' ������������������':���������-���������-*" '.Vv *.-<���������  '--���������***,��������� -: ���������������������������:-i.'--rrr:   .,. --?;jj,,_-r 5r^-*:Tu^>r:SSlaC&iffife.f*';.r  Tiie  "Home  Comfort"   RANGE  lo   now   sold   to   tha   user   direct   from   our  factory.  Thousand a   oi  tliese  Ranges   in  iisa   o-rar   2J>  years  and still good Ranges  Sepatrs fd-r every Home- Comfort Xtaaga aoado  sines. 1861 quickly suppUedr  KtSm m ^XTm.0tv.4~t.--   -Tm~x.~    ^$~tmx4m~t   ft~.     #v���������   "f*������������*^(l     .  *M9- If������ VU^UIT ^4 VIA   UWigSI    W     %?.k   VI������UUMW|  Tslmitsd  %~~ Slag St.  W. TOBOHTO  g-jgssafftti^^ ���������  Nothing can compete with the gingham frock for morning wear and*in  .the country. They are so cool and  becoming to-the majority that they  are still very popular, although they  have held their place of Jhigh esteem  for cfoite some "time. This one is of  lavender and white check.  MONEY OKDBSS  Buy your -out of town suppJiea -witb 3>o-  minion Express Money Orders. Fave doJ-  lar? -costs three cents.    "  ���������t*i      a - .     r .t      as*    ���������  ������ ne L.ist Oi tne massing  N-ew and used Belting of every description shipped subject to approval. Gin. f>-  piy new Rubber Belting, litgfr. g^a*  quality, at 40c per ft. Atl others at lowest prices iti Canada,���������Torlc Belting Co,,  115 Torts St.. Toronto. Ont.  Walruses    are   gentle   except when  attacked  \ ....  ������  ;*.��������� <  \  IVIgny peoplecaii't  dritiMtea or coffee  Avitlldut punishmeitit  IF lybii are nervdtis arid irritable���������if yop Uq awake  at night���������if you are troubled with indigestion���������try  Instant Postum for ten daya and note the improve-  tnent in-yonr health.7 *,.' ;':'^;,i'' '���������'��������������������������� y  You have nothing to lose and everything: to grain.  The full, rich flavor of Instant Postum makes it a  moat deSigii iiiul, satisfying'' beverage*, and *tlie resulic*  of its use, instead of harmful table beverages, are a  clearer head, sounder, more refreshing sleep, an4 a  fuller^ healthier enjoyment of life.  This happy, wholesome beverage gives you all the  pleasure and satisfaction of your usual steaming cup  of-fltt.v>aty delight, but exacts none' of the i>enalttea  which follow the use of harmful table beverages,^ t  A.t yotur tfrocor'm in aetmiod, itir-tight H~.$  *���������*'  r *,. r  JiliSCSLIiL  Jl OStUlxl  Search   for   Missing   Veterans   During  P������ace Tinrs������  There is no stronger proof- of "the  effects of the Great War upon those  who were active participants than the  never-ending list ��������� of ex-service men  recorded as_ missing . in pence time.  The most general- cases are those of*  men whose minds became blank���������tern-  -r - JL-      m  porarily in most instances. __ Others  become- touched with wanderlust^  while some of the missing were undoubtedly -victims of foul attacks.  The information department of the  Dominion Command, G.W.V.A., has no  more difficult problem to handle than  that of the missing. Jrhe results are  small com.pa.red with other branches  of the association's work, but the sum-  total of re-unions ensuing from these  efforts, reconciliations "effected and  information gleaned for relatives can  beat be measured In terms of human  happiness,. ���������*,:., *.:*.���������  -The* general method ,of procedure Is  first to.''.circularize all commands and  branches o^ the G.W.V.A.; notification  of other agencies with whom the Individual might come in contact; publication of. particulars in "'"The Veter-  ixn," the dillclal organ of the association;, next, veteran organizations in  Other countries are nptifljsd, including  The American Legion In the United  States; tlie G.W.V.A. in Newfound-.,  land; The British Legion la, Great  Britain (as well as the' branches of  tho G.W.V.A.)-; the Returned Sailors'  nnd Soldiers' Imperial League of Australia; Associations in New Zealand,  South Africa, Indln and other British  dependencies; France,, Belgium and  Italy. The extent of the search depends upon tlui circumstances surrounding the veteran who lina disappeared.  America's  Pioneer  Dog Remedies  BOOK ON  DOG   DISEASES  aud   How  ta  -E"ee<i  Matted   ITree 'to any.. ���������  Address by tho  Author  H.    CX.AT   01X>VEn,H  f CO..   INC..  '*       I  129    west    ~t~tts. "St,,'I  The U.S. .nayy    now    has    in    if*  service 2,600 homing pigeons.  Julius Caesar was the first ruler to  style himself an tsmperor.  "There's a Reason  Bit  Canadian Pcratum Cereal Co., L*td., Windsor, Ontario.  . ���������*"*������v������i^^  The FrFencI. off AI1 Sufferers.���������^Dr.  Thomas' Eclcctric OU' is a valuable  remedy to all those who suffer pain.  U holds out hope to everyone .and realizes it by Btllline auffering ev������ry������  where. It Is a liniment that has the  blessing of half a continent, It ia on  sale everywhere and can be found  wherever euquU'cci ior.  Bright a Lara, when low down near  lhe frozen horizon, sometimes pimle  oven tlvfl-moiit experienced wuilorB nn  lo whother or not they are ahip'a  lights. Heferonce to thte ract has  occasionally been made in connection  with co'JIlttLonB beLweea veaaela ta the  :sp.m ocean.  .(Wlinard'a Linimont tor Burnt, eta.  Could Not Eat  Gonslipation is caused bjr a  torpid condiUbn of the livec, Doa-  ine v-\H~\ salts, castor oil, etc.. to  move die Bowels, cannot afford  more than temporary relief.  If you are to rid yourself of j  tills ailment and the scores of art  noying symptoms and diseases  which come in its wake, it b  necessary to get tKe liver right hy  such; treatment as S* ������uggesled ta  tM������ letter:  Mrs, Aiwa Rt-Aard*. R. R..  No. 1. Sedey'i Bay. Ont������ %vrites:  _"For Wit yeiin* 1 Wi������ afflicted with  inJieeitioo; and ta die momma whea t  mot up my brenK ww hmd. I had a  poor ���������.ppctitc. *ad fuil tell like ������-������tiug  '���������ceitU.ln i-wi-. tl I liued numy different  medicine* u ��������� laKktiye wridioul benefit*,  and -\sitt' d^Kloi"* ^aecllcttve dU cvot' Ii*ttp  kmt, mt Zll. Tmk.if 3 ./u-<Si D*e. QjAut'fc  ICfdbey-LJyer Pill*, ami found them het-  ter t~s~n ���������i-ijrthini X h~H ������vc* tried. 1  c������n hi������HIy reecmimcnd ~hr~~ to mnf-  on������ troubled "wiih  coailipatian or  kid-  Dr.      Chase**       Kidney-Liver  PilEs, one pill ������ dose*. 25c ������ hox.  all dealers, or Edmnns-oct, Bates 8c  i*Zi~t.  If      >#.,.P ^t      f*\   -.rJHttmrnt  mi    '*0~-0-*i*tt*m-  *+     JWfrMNU*  iVwlifW*  w. .m. ii. im K1  IHS  CBSSTeS   B1SVIEW  *>  I'-* it  THE (JRESTON REVIEW! March^ort> ^corporation of the  *W~-~.   untOIUIinLVIbn   proposed: Arrow-  Creek   Improvement District. '  IssuptTevery Friday at Oreston, B.C.  Subscription : ������2.50 a year in advance*  $3.00 to U.S. points.  . C. F. Hayes. Editor and Owner,  CRESTON,  FRIDAY, AUG. 11  Arrow Creek Irrigation  Victoria. B.C.. July 15. 1922.  JAMES ADLARD,  Creston, B.C.  Dear Sir:  Your letter of the 10th instant addressed to the Honourable the Minister  of Lands has been referred to the  Board for reply a? id I have to advise  yon that, after careful consideration  of the petition filed by you and of the  ���������water situation in your district, the  Board is not prepared to recommend  to the Minister the incorporation at  the present time of the proposed district. In the first place, the problem  of financing the construction of new  irrigation systems just now is such a  difficult one that it is felt that except  ~S~.0x     m.rx~t..Sx.itS*   mlm.ixr    0.^������.~i.0-... ~..<4.x-.  t*r.t-.-*-r>rtr*r4{~-t.~*t{  mm.x-x.. j   existing systems is the only way of  preventing the abandonment of developed orchards, it is in the best in  terestfTof the communities proposing  to incorporate that the launching of  such, projects should be postponed until construction costs are lower and  money easier. The funds set aside by  the Legislature last year for expenditure by way of loans to irrigation districts have been exhausted and it is  impossible to say when further funds  may be made available. On the other  hand, borrowing in the open market  is almost impossible except at prohibitive rates of interest.  In the second-place, the small press of  the  majority   of  owners   who   have  signed the petition and the opposition  that was put/forward last year indicates that  the  benefits to be derived  from incorporation are not yet fully  realized by a large body pf theowners.  It is true that the  Act provides that a  district may be incorporated upon the  petition of a  bare majority,  but is.is,  feared that, if a district were forined  under such circumstances and if the  operations  of this .district  were   not  extraordinarily   successful,   the   situ-,  ation would soon be  that,, instead  of  there heing a majority in favour of incorporation and actively co-operating  to make the district's affairs a success,  there would he a majority doing alt. in  their power to hamper   the. Trustees  and demanding the dissolution of the.  dissolution of thedistrict.  The history  of many of the districts in&^porated  in the State of California shows" conclusively that, unless there  is an  almost unanimous request for incorporation  and  a strong spirit of co-operation prevalent  s~~ao~~g   the property  owners,  the successful operation of a  district is practically impossible.  I note your statement that you are  anxious to have the Incorporation of  the;district completed as soon as possible so that you can get your plans  and estimates prepared and placed before the land owners. Do you not  think ib would be preferable ter get  farther preliminary plans- and estimates made and have the same placed  before the owners prior to, incorporation so that they might understand  more fully how their interests. would  be affected and what financial burdens  they were undertaking?  Yours very trulv,  E. A. CLEVELAND,  Chairman, Board of Invest igation.  The seriousness ofthe situation is  su err that we cannot let the matter  rest here," We would direct the" attention of; those interested in this _  dis oriet to the second paragraph in S  the letter. ~ We had a large major-"  ity in value hut it left quite a large  number-of owners who did not  sign. 7 In order to overcome this  objection will those owners who  did hot . sign the petition last  March, but now see the necessity  of irrigation, send" their sign a tn rea  to either of the sign ore  of this let-  tor    f-t������������������*4-.  *-li������������������   vnnaxa    l~*i  -xrm,     mx.xmtr    xixxxrj       000x0.j  into the original list.  Resppcting the last paragraph  we would put the N question,' who  would' pay the cost? Would anyone incur that liability without the  means of recovering the cost in the  possible chance that it might be  turned down by the owners.  We hear much about the  capacity of Arrow Creek to supply  the district. Time and again during the last two weeks I have been  told of the lowness of the water.  In order to satisfy myself I made  the trap to the creek last evening  and, Mr. Editor, I am certain that  there-is between 15 and 20 cubic  feet per second passing under the  Arrow Creek bridge today. However, more of this later. For the  present, we would urge every own-  er to see that his signature is in our  hands because - it is names that  count. JAS. ADLAT&D-  W. G. LITTLEJOHN.  ������1  iiul  Emtob. Review.  Sib,���������The above is   the reply of  the Board of Investigation  to the  petition  that   was circulated   last  1  A Ford NOW  Meets the Situation  Why let luxury (that you  do not need), frize (that you  do not want), Speed (that you  cannot lawfully use), lead you  into buying a car that you  cannot afford fco own.  Tho,new Excise Tax has  come into effect, so laid down  price of Ford care* are;  Touring ... $770.59  Light Delivery 732.57  Chassis .... 637.54  (with Starter in each case)  Buy a Ford, ib ie lowest in  price, Lowest in maintenance,  cost lowest in depreciation,  and  provides   anything   you  can ask for.  ill iitiitutlf Atlisui w ufti|f|iif  fl. S. 8EVAN, Prop,  ?  ,1  Ladles' Summer Underwear  <~~ SS        9  .  \  We can  Supply  them!  in Watsons Ma&e  Sleeveless Vests, "V neck, sizes 36, 38  40, at 40c.  Out sizes at 50c./   ,  Full Dress, web finish, at 65c;  Sleeveless  Combinations  at  1.00, 1.45,   1.75   _  r ' g  * Child's Vests, all sizes, 30c.  Children's Combinations, all sizes, $1.15 each.  Children's   Cotton   Sweaters   in  /Navy   and'  White and Navy aiicLIjtecl* long sleeves, 60c  ^ Men's Underwear  Athletics at 1.50  Spring Needle Combination at $2.00^  Spring Needle Shirts dnd Drawers at $1.00  PANY  Ll METED  As Welcome as The Harvest  With the Kiory of the harvoat spread over thai West, ripened Tor  the sickle, nothing ia more natural than a desire- to iziveat some  of tha proeeods in equipment for farm, homo and self; and pa  mwlium offers bo tempting imd profitable a Add for the customer  as EATON'S Catalogue.  Thc now Fail! innuo in now ready. If a copy docs not reach, your  hotiM/> nhortty, notify uh  SSl|      i ||B'*0     E-5'i](^Q^-ffS^Y*'   ^wffiU JBB*jj|CjtT  and the best service, order early and in sufficient quantity to  secure thc lowest freight rates. It is good policy to havo our  Grocery Catalogue handy���������tho values arc good, and will help to  make up an order that will save on transportation charges  Harvest ififlue now ready���������Bent Free on*-Request  <*T. RATON C<L  WlNNi-PM* -   .'������������������       CANADA ft*WWS������i.*iP������MMl  m  Ramt!  'I'lliil*|g������iii������  mm  i  ~ mz  ttx'.'-Ji, -XT''  j/  '\?y-\ZZ  -Z-j-ZziPi  THB.CBESTP  KKY1EW  s  The owner of a Model 81 Overland (name pn request)  tells us He recently made a 900 mile trip using only  2 quarts of Imperial Polarine Oil Heavy (as recommended on tke Imperial Chart).  Big.oil and gasoline mileage is just one of the many  advantages of using the proper grade of Imperial  Polarine Motor Oils in any car or truck. Consult  the Chart.  IMPERIAL OIL LIMITED  Maneafac&sxrers and Marketers of Imperial Polarine Motor Oils and  Marhctt-i s in Canada of Gargoyle Mobiloil. _   -  KSs-  MADE IN  CANADA  i  ft  jflttwj^. ~t zastVisTA s*-    m. w*mn.rmm_ ~t_~-~_~~.  Made in. five grades  for tne- proper lubrication of all makes  of autom-obiles,  trucks'and tractors.  No Demand for  Poor Quality ������ruit  With the middle of August just  around the corner the half inile  --post in the marketing of this season's  crop looms in sight, and .whilst con  ditions all round have hot been^xact-  ly ideal with either the growers or the  selli!!**** agencies- a look over ths season  so far as it has developed should in*  spire a feeling of rational optimism*  and if the balance of tbe year's output  meets with as favorable a. reception  on the market 1922 should prove far  from a disheartening one to the grow  ers, when climatic and economic conditions are taken into full account.  In the fruit line, so. far, disaster b^as  only been encountered in the disposal  of some varieties of cherries. Bings  have moved in unexpectedly large  quantities and while the price will be  lower than last' year there is every  reason to assume that the grower will  still^nd it quite satisfactory.  Sweet cherries have been dissap-  pointing and market leports would indicate that this is entirely due to the  season producing not only poor quality sweet cherries but also an abundance of them. With-slightly less than  a normal demand naturally prices will  be low.  "With sour cheeries the same situation was encountered, only a little  worse. This year the dry sestson produced a sour cherry that was heavy to  Try the Drugstore First  ".     ������r  rfe  s������V  j~s 5*  ABE YOtTTROUBIXED WITH  *���������*���������"���������*������! i.-r'A-^-'^-.���������  ri*?-  S~\-A  V  --ZjT^  this season the "Valley cucumbers cannot compete successfully in the raai'k*  ets where anything approximating  norma! demand exists.  -. 'Whilst there is yet no announcement as to final returns on strawberries and the ci op was hardly more  iiH~~~i wu j^r  Cciit.   Ox   uGriiiai,  viiC.'C SS  good reason to believe that where a  considerable portion of the movement  was l.c.l. the grower will net what  should be considered a satisfactory return this year. "-;  Up to the present at any rate, the  marketing situation may be stated as  indicating a satisfactory demand for  good stuff at fair prices; with little or  ���������jj. ^������ii for poor stuff at h-xi*" pric*?-  3. A. MOOR HOUSE  Provincial Land Surveyor  Suryeys and Plans of all Descriptions.  'Enquire R.  ckbston;  7/  Ijamont's Office  B.O.  I ~V~V~~\ firfi!B!?������ I ������rf������������i Sin   *)fMBR  LUJtiS UieilgO fc#ugi������f nu������ tuau  MeetsTHIRDTHURSDAY of  each month at . Mercantile  Hall. Visiting brethren cordially invited. .  BRiC OLSON W.M p  \M\3m^m^m^ iwoISMrlei  im  Do your feet; give off offensive odors; are they tired and-aching at  night*, and perhaps raw and blistered;  are they, troubling yotrin any .Way-���������?  , You oan have relief, and here is  the simple remedy : At night before retiring bathe the  feet according to directions, with  NyaPs Foot Bafh Tablets  Then   dust   them;     &,1bo   ypur   footwear,   with  NYAL'S TBAS'BM,    TRepeat  in   the  morning.  It is essential that your f^otiwrear be changed as often as  possible.   A few days* treatment will convince.-       ~  BEATTiE-OATWAY,  Mail Orders a  Specialty.  Phone Service  Prompt Attention  skin and stone ahd very little" real  fruit. ���������After the careful housewife  liad "done down* a crate of these and  glanced over the , exceedingly small  number of sealers required to hold-the  preserved product, quite naturally she'  decided that one crate of "sours"  would be quite ample for this year.  Blame for this unsatisfactory state of  affairs may fairly be charged to the  Early Richmond and both from present and past marketing experience it  would look to be good business for"the  growers to- eliminate this yariety entirely. -      r ~~  Although the crop   is   considerably  increased this year raspberry growers'  are assured  a very satisfactory price,  and this  would have been bettei   had  it not heen for a freak   streak of production the first three dave af 'August.  At the end of July all the signs, ind?*  cated that the peaTc^'of the raspberry  season had " been reached and receipts  weiefalling   steadily,.- but during last  week's hot  vsraye .what might -almost  be termed a  "second  crop'^developed  at   all  points  in :B.C. arulfl with .Jbhis  increJTsedsupply rolling b'nfo'aniihex^  3>ecting market naturally .the price of-  f'rasps*-* 'was   demoralized   for', a: few  days, much to the delight of the jaru  factories.' .   -     .. ---'." y   ~   '-  "Growers would .now appear to h^ve'  eliminated sufficient of their red>cuE<-  rants to equalise the law. of demand  for local supply*'wfyh the result that'  the-1922 red   currant   crop   has   been  handled quite- profitably, whilst black  currants have also sold readily at satis  factory prices, and;'still more pleasing'  is th j announcement that there has  been little trouble experienced in disposing of the yea������s output- of gooseberries.   '"..���������*'-"' ���������.'';: Zi.i       Z, Z..X. '  In the vegetable line cucumbers are  already bringing:grief to the selling  agencies. -Diie tO'^the prolonged, coal  miners strike the,: merchants in the  Pans towns ure 'hot* buying, at all,  whilst further east Creston cukes have  to compete with the Okanagan product, and a������ these latter are shipped  by freight and are transported in car  lots at a carrying charge of 10 cents a  crate as compared with the minimum  of 40 cents express on Cieston cuc'iim-  bers it is at  once. apparent   that   for  A cKievem erat  A Savings Bank balance built  up by careful economy and  self-denial will give you greater  satisfaction than an equal sum.  secured    without    difficulty    or  exertion  The advantages of jsuch a  reserve are  worth, a genuine effort  We welcome accounts, small or large*  649  THE CANADIAN BANK  PAID-UP CAP5TAL       ��������� . $15,000,400  RESERVE FUND - - $15,000,000  -~ CRESTON BRANCH* C G. Bennett. Manager.  ���������PBB  The $150 Tractor Crating and Freight Extra  Outs the Cost of Cultivating  MULTIPLIES  Man Power bf  ^FIVE  A Sprywheel and one mnn can do more  cultivating .than five men with wheel  hoes. It pays for itself before the growing  season ie half over, in labor saved. The  better crops you'll get are additional  reasons for buying a Sprywheel now.  Demonstrations gladly given.  UDGATE BROS.  Exclusive Agents  ���������a  li  We would advise placing orders now for  Fruit Boxes and avoid the rush atnd  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.  Pmwm  f!itu   Innihar f nmnami  Is there any  Meat iai  the  House?  UPJilTED  ~~M~~~  Ttis \b the flreb quee-  tion that prosentB itBelf  to the housewife if an  unexpected visitor drops  in for a meal, Bub why  worryP  Shamrock Brand  Hame and Bacon  Finest   Quality  Cooked Ham  Lunch Meat  Bo-IiQ^Sttis- cSrc*  aro alwaya to bo had  here**. In meats nothinpr  quite equals 'Shamroclr  produotB.  P^ ������p^ ������   *m -pt mm  m gmm *  & GO., Ltd.  tho woods are yours  to onfoyja but only If  You hoop thorn groan  WSmtmmAm      %JF0%*W-   WWSk*  Firm** Out  I  ������  'Zl"~"JL ?:-'-'-.- i-:-'������i' -J ttri/rt~f~vmTr4KrtV~T,\r04'i~  ���������������v*������s==*i**3**esii**s^^  ISFi-i.'.  pf*.*'  f77*  W.-'  m'j"  k>.   * -  J^-j-r- ���������  p7  ta--  ISS.v*  174  Its  1  IS.  I r-L' ���������  I'  f/  If  lis  P'  l1*:  ���������awaBjtaiaiaaiiEBaaiMa^ .,,t . ���������������������������'?������^MMMWE^BplM'Mf WllM^^W  ������������������: yza- PP Z': yPZi ���������y  ljS3^:S2������^  ���������-���������'-Jl*f ���������"���������'���������--  A" recent newspaper report stated that before midsummer had been peached, foi-est fires In Canada had already this year destroyed more timber than  would be required to construct one hundred thousand new homes, or, in other  words, make provision for housing half a million people.  Yet in practically every city and tdwn-iti this Dominion there Js an acute  shortage or houses, with the result.that rentals "have elimbed to unreasonable  heights. Thousands of people ate ready and anxious to build homes of their  own. but are deterred Crom doing so. because oE the high cost ot building.  This high cost is made up of three n|ain items���������price of tumber, freight  charges on lumber and other materials, wages ot labor. " _  Because of these high costs only a fraction of the work of construction  Is under way that would be the case if costs were even slightly reduced. Because building" operations are not more active, thousands of men are being  ���������JrfsT-ji     rxv-,-1-    /iPgtnnl<������.������no*n|*       vral-    tSvav?     cm'-*    fa_l.������rl     llnrt"     tn    ttStV    tllO     hip't*     t"SIlt"������'S    r*t*. .  JOk^T^it-     VUU     VL     **S ~tXJt'.iU'tJ  Ui\."l.,      .tr-      -.xx-j       t~~ xr      ~~.l-*-XX      ���������^4* X���������      gr ��������� ^        -���������,      .*-������,���������     f. w~- .���������..���������     ~ ���������  casioned by lack of houses.  While the high prices of lumber constitutes one of the chief deterrent  factors in building7bperations, forest fires in Canada consume more than sufficient to erect 100..0GO homes! Nor is the loss of this timber itself the only  loss. These fires mean loss in lumbering operations, consequently further  unemployment and loss in time and money to both" workers and lumber manur  factui-ers, loss to railways in freight, and loss all along the Hne of business  because of decreased production. Nor can the destroyed timber be replaced  by new growth within the lifetime of a generation.  A great deal is iieard titese days of reforestation, hut not a wcrrd too  much as it is necessary that the importance of that work should be fully appreciated by both Governments and people. By reforestation-.is meant, in,  the popularly accepted meaning of the term, the replanting of forest areas  which .have been cut over by the Lumbermen; that as the larger irees are cut  down for commercial use, smaller trees or tree seed should he planted and  thus provide for new growth for future generations. Let it be repeated, that  lt is most important that such a policy be "strictly enforced.   -  - *    y '-&  But how much more importantait is that greatly advanced steps be taken  to prevent forest fires and protect the trees-already grown and ready for the  use of this  and   future   generations!       In   no   one   year  does   Canada  erect  100,000 new homes, and our people therefore do not make" inroads into  the  available amount of standing timber that fires have consumed in'a few short  months.      The need for the creation of a much more extensive" and efficient1  forest protection^ service In Canada has be'en clearly demonstrated in recent  years".      The people  of the Prairie Provinces are vitally interested in  this  'matter "as tjiey must depend upon those Provinces having large timber areas  for the lumber wherewith to build their homes.   . Under "even the most favorable conditions, the cost of lumber, due tb long railway hauls and consequent1  heavy freight rates, is a severe handicap on building operations in the West.  and if through carelessness and lack of an efficient protective service, countless millions of feet  of timber are annually destroyed by fire,  the handicap;  Is thereby enormously increased.   .    :    .     '^ .- . .. Z"  There are broad national aspects; of this question that call for consideration. Canada needs immigrants, tena. of thousands "oi them. Each new  family settled on our vacant lands requires lumber wherewith fo erect houses,  barns and other necessary farm buildings.--. The present cost of providing  such needed buildings is one of the obstacles to be "overcome in order to induce new settlers to come to this country and enable "them to succeed. So  long as millions of dollars worth-of timber; are'burned up annually it is use-;  less to expect any substantial -.reduction in.lumber prices. . "    ' ���������  Nevertheless'* 'until such "reduction does'take place, there is no likelihood  of that revival in building construction which is now a crying need throughout Canada. The erection of more houses would provide much needed employment for all our artiazn. classes; more houses would result in a decline Sn  rents, a"nd sucli a decline would enable workers to accept a somewhat lower  wage,* and thereby remove 'another of the present handicaps on building operations, namely, high labor costs. 'Increased ireight traffic for our financially  embarrassed National Railways would follow. Last of all, a further induce-  caent to immigrants would be provided.  It is furthermore generally recognized that lhe presence of forests have  a determining effect on such vitally important matters as climate and rainfall,:  while-a recent poster of the Fisheries Department of Canada urges protection  of rorests with the slogan: "No forests, no fish." j. -''       ZZ  Every Government, every corporation operating in timbered areas, every'  hunter, trapper, camper���������in a word, every individual Canadian citizen���������should  exercise every care and put forth every reasonable effort to prevent, fires ahd  protect Canada's, forest wealth, which, to an extent as yet not Tully realised;  is one of the basic national resources. "    v        '.'���������'-.  When IJaby Complains  -tm t~rt*~0-  n. ~J4~."  J~~~~L-JL*  nn ji hi v  UU   It   VU    av.  nax-u a  MtbVJ  U.m.r0.       rmJC      ��������� .  lias ui sipfdsaiug ally  palii ur Irregularity  or digression Srom its normal condition of health and happiness. A short  sharp cryj a prolonged irritated ery. KestTessness^ a constant turning of the head  or or the whole becjy, fretfiil. In these and other ways a baby tells you; there is  something: wrong. Most mothers know that a disordered stomach, or bowels that  do:not aot7 naturally are the cause of most of baby's sufferings. A call for the doctor  is th������ first-thought, but in the event of any delay there should be ready at hand  a safe remedy such aa Fletcher's Castoria.  tor hahy's ailments  thr  /MTOT������  *V 0 v~t~.  XII  vrt-ay-o  ftnrt   11 nc  m^Vma  - - -...IM.  Uastoriahas^ been used  ited the good will of ihe family physician in a measure not equaled by any other  baby's medicine because of its harmlessness and the good results achieved.  And remember this; Castoria is essentially a baby's remedy and not a cure-  all for every member ofthe family. What might help you is too often dangerous  when.given to a. babe. ~  Bfimtt m H ~~**~m wa /&*-. -test*       Sr m~~.v, m      ~t~~~*   ~~r~~~, ~~~~\  a&^V\^\\W^^^^  Let's Think It Over*  av-**-~tm  tich a thing as saying too much on assy subject, and  4,grandH5tan.dM talker sooner or later becomes a "bore.   The truth,  is always -welcomed,'aud the truth reiterated anJ. continued is more  than welcome���������it reaches your innermost soul. .   -  Fletcher's Castoria is all its advertising has "claimed for it?  Scrutinized by the microscope ������f public opinion, and used for over thirty  years it stands without a peer in the hearts of thoughtful, cautious*  discerning Mothers. And once used, mother love���������there is no substitute  for mother love���������will scorn to try a "substitute" or a "just-as-good"*  Masquerading under many names drugs that are injurious to the  tender babe have found their way into some households, but the light of  experience soon casts them out. ���������sire they cast out before it is too late?  M.0THERS SHOULD READ THE BOOKLET THAT IS KR0IJMO EVERY BOTTLE OF FUTCttER'S CASTORIA  GENUINE  CASTORIA  ALWAYS  Bears the Signature of  Exact Copy of Wrapper;  B  ���������"   *-������7  THI -CRtO-^UM CAHPAHV,  NCWVOKH  CITY.  Was   Entirely Trustworthy i  Thc     tramp    knocked  at   the   tarm  ttouse door and asked  i'or ihe farmer.  To   that   worthy   he   presently   recited  a   late  oi   woe  aad   tasked   for   a   job.  "Y>s.   vou  can.  have   a  job,"  said   tho  iarnver.       "'Vou  mny   gather   ec;gs   for  me ?t" yoit are certain you won't  steal  anv."      Tbe rrarwgs choked wiih trravi-  t-������l������"   anil   pnioiiorx.        ���������'Sir."   h<?   yaid.  u-ii*.     ������t,ves.     hrimVut  oi'  unshed   :.eai'.'<,  ' yrxi   could  truss   nie  with  any  morial  tTiine: on -earth.       P'or  twenty  ytr.n-s I  was   manager   r>f   tt   hathhou.se- and   I  never  rook a sSnsl<*> bath."  Womtn Ornamented by Scars .  - In New Holland*''ther women cut  themselves - with shells, and, keeping  lhe wounds open a loner time,, form  sears in the flesh, which they deem  highly ornaiftental.  Helpful  Hints  Jones.���������t    want     to   do   something,  tug and elean before I^die.  Bones.���������Wash an elephant-  HARD OK BABY  A Cruise on the Great Lakes  ���������mp<v    m���������^ 0tt__f^m.   -0Qap0mm~   mmr mag"     .^'"W.    ������������������r^a      '  m  DIARRHOEA  IS DANGEROUS  To Teething Babies  DURING HOT WEATHER  Hoi weather Ih a dnngerou.s time ior  the babies when curtinK (heir t<*erh.  and all mother* should wtitrh v(*ry~  oloaeiy for any hIkih of diarrhoea, dya-  erll.ry, cholera infantutn or any 'nh<jr  hovL-fij  tronhl**.  Thei't* is* no remedy ao aal> and ef��������� j  Oci.ua I   for diarrhoea-  as  i>r.   Fowler'a i  Extract   of  Wild   Strawberry, and   aU  ttiotherH who have um-pd It. Hpeak of fa  with  ttsr. prrejit^Hl   t>.   rr>nt3d<������nr:f>.  Mr.. James l). flreen. Vermilion,  Alta., write:* und<*r rtwre or Au������. l.-i������!i,  .L&2I, im follow a;---"A we������������k a������o my  baby hoy, Juat on* yi**v and lour  m*onth������;. old, f-,.f,:t.r!"c**1 -cut ��������� Iti rr ' wn '*,">rri-  aeU teeth, and wa.w tv. aick he coutdn't  etrt r������r nJeep, arid- had the diarrhoea  moat terribly bad; !������1h rectum w-im  raw and hieeriltkff, but attar <lw|nK  hllni l.tr. FowIer'H Kxtracr of tVIld  S<r������wherry reRUlarly for throe day.t  he wa.H UH well r������������ any hoy rooldi b*.  I wouldn't be without your i?r������ad remedy Tor ttntoltl KoJd."  "'.Or. Powlei-V Ih for ������;������le r������.������ all deal  ort)*; price, hoc fit bottte; (>ur. np i,s/  Tlie T. Ml I burnt C<>,, if.lrniled, T'������rorito,  Ont.  ^qOLD IN THE HEAD"  i~ j������h acme attack of NTasal  Catarrh;-  Those subject to tie<|iient "cold* in the  hend" wilt f.n<J that tlie* use of , FIAI-VS  CATARRH MF.DLCTNK wilt build up the  byMcui nm\ render tliein less liable to colds.  Repented attacks oi Acute Catarrh may lead  to   Chronic   Catarrh.  ���������    HALL'S   CATARltH    MF.DICINK   is taken   intcrMally   and   acts   through   tlie   Blood  on  I the   -Mucous- surfaces  of   tlie   System,   thu������  re-  ! ttuiriivR llic iiitluni Hint ion and absiHtiug Nature  j in rcsiorinc normal conditions.  i     All   Uruatftsfj.        CircitliJi's  free.  If. ^. Cheney   & Co,, Toledo, Ohio.  Russia's Finances  Only    map.  Can  KHjUtid    Ml.  :rta   io    High-or   Arithmetic  Understand Figures  hnnorial    statements  pro  Ti������������     H:t������ue    are    without  No season of tlie year ia so danscor-.  ous to the life ol" iit.ne ones as is tbe"  summer. Tbe excessive heat throws  the' little stomach out ol" order so  quickly that unless prompt aid is at  hand the, baby may* be beyonc} all human help before the mother realizes  he Is,111. Summer Is the season  when diarrhoea, -cholera Infantum,  dysentry and colic are most 'prevalent...  ^Vny one of these ������roubles: may prove"  .-deadly If nor promptly treated. Dur-  .ing the** sn miner tlie molbers best  rriend Is Baby's Own Tablets. Tbey  rt'Ktikue the bowels, ,sv,(eeten ihe  stomach and keep baby :healthy!" Tlte  Tablets are sold by medicine dealers  or by mall af. 215 cents a hdix 1'rohi TlTe  .Or. Williams' Medicine Co., Brockville, Ont.  Enjoy-to-'the  Fullest Extent the Trip  /'''J .'" . ', .East .'���������������������������  The trip to Eastern Canada or the,  United States can be made doubls' en/  .joyable by including the delightful  cruise on the.Greait Lakes from "Fort  WUiiam and Port Arthur to Port Mc-  NicpU or Owen Sound on the Palatial  Canadian Pacific Steamers "Kee  watin," "Assiniboia," and "Manitoba."-  Three sailings a ���������,week from.Fori  WHUain and Port Arthur every "Wednesday and-iSaturday Ho Port Mc--  Nlcbll, wjiere direct connection id  made with special .train Tor Toronto,  and1 every Thursday for Owen Sound.  .'���������"-. New Use:-for'Old-'Tires*  A Hutcliinfson * motor tire, dealer haa  half-soled bis? shoes; with ..strips from  p. highly guaranteed tire in "which he  deals, figuring that if the tires are  guaranteed good for 8,000 * miles under  a car' weighing a ton the milage under liis own 140 pounds ought.to be  practically . unlimited.���������Kansas City  Star. '  meaning; lo men of ordinary mathematical training;. Only astronomers  and other experts In higher arithmetic hav* experience in numbers  runnlniyUrio hundreds of thousands of  bittlcMiM. When we say that Soviet  Russia has outstanding national currency amount- to 270.000,000,000.001)  roubles, we sptNiU un unknown tongue.  U mlKJ������" help a tit fie Lo divide it up  and say that there Ih a note Issue of  ���������12,-000-,000 tor every man. woman and  child In t l-ns ,-lovU-tt  republic  i-arii iijvoUi ltu%Hl,i added !><l |tt*i'  cent h������ !���������������������* rurreney by printing;  not*:* of the face value of KD.OOO'  billion* of roubles. It may make thia  frtatftfitftfit easier to undenttund lf we  iit*y that every three daiyrt itUH������Iii  fXHued roublen lo Ibo noriilnul amount  of the present HrltiMh national ilelit,���������-  f5Vn>r������pi   ������!((������������������   \/, rst't*il i'������i-   ���������*������iv*������^tnr'*������  fVlio4irci'������ i-i***merit i<tr 0*r������ciruft  The ordinary vnrletles gf  in great use in China and  articles of food.  ferns are  Japan  as  trip is a delight lul  East���������Itesti'uii   cobf  Thei Great Lakes  diversion' to the  and refreshing.  Tlie Ticket Agent of the Canadian  Pacific will be pleased to give full information as to rates, Ballings, etc.,  ancli arrange every detail tor an enjoyable trip'.* '.;"  EAST AHD  if*'*'       .M.-1-  Miller'n Worm Powders seldom fall.  Tbey Immediately uttaclc the worms  nnd expel them from the system.  Tliey are upmplele In themselves, not,  only as a worm destroyeiy hut as a  highly beneficial medicine for children, correcting wealc Indigestion and  restoring tbe debUIUvted, syatem to  iiealthfulneHs, without which the  growth of the child will, be retarded  and Its constitution weakened,  A pleasant medicine for children is  Mother Gravea' Worm  Exterminator,  and it Is excellent for "driving worms  ii'om.the system.  ft Ih reported, that a Vienna doctor  haa suof-etHled hi tninaplnntlng eyes  from one anlmul to another.    -*  % .for Patcinatittg Eye������  make tho ono oi Murine jt  dikilylliiblt, Till* r������fr������ttlilng  ' <rr������ lidan toisn w������������i;-)Hi#f<ni<Ll*������?*������r,  radiant, bemitlf-ulI M������rmle������i������,  EehtyiiMa. Sol-J ... ill d-eigitl*������.  u,      uAn Accomplished Girl  "This Is* a nice canoe, Isn't':'It,  Matid?" said the tall, dark young man.  "Very nlda Indeed, Charlie," replied  the pretty girl sitting In the stern.  "There's Just, one objection to lt,"  said the young mnn.  "Indeed! And what Is that?" aak-  eia the girl.  "Ob, well, you see. If you try to  kiss a girl In this canoe there's grertt  danfter of upsetting it, and then both  the fellow and tho girl would be  thrown Into tho river."  "Oh, indeed." said the girl reflectively.   And she nat silent for a while.  At length she remarked softly:  "Charlie, I can owlm,"  ^Hoard's   Liniment   for   oafs   every-  tMheee  Lydia   E.   Pinlcham?s  'VeBeW^  table Compound is Helping  iiick Women to Hei^tlt  *,       .* .  The two lettera whlcTi follow  Clearly show the broad field -covered  by thia well-lcnown medicine, Women  /from every section-���������you know soma  ,1n your;1 owii nelghborliiood-^-pralso  Ijydla, "Bit Plnlchdm'n fVcBetable Compound as a wonderful, niodlclno for-  troublea women often have..  From   Prince   Edward's   !���������������  landh-^Hcaiist  (MiscD<uolio^ P. IS, I.-~"I liad femala  troublca Ior two yearn. I always had  ���������a-headache and a pain In tny side  rind aometlm< t I felt so weak that  I could not do my work, A'friend,  ttdylsod mo "to talco Ijy'dlti 32, "Pink-  iham'B. Vonretablo Compound, and I  havoJ taken six. bottles oC It. It hns  dono ma a lot of good and I nm still  taklnK It. I will tell my friends of  your medicine *md tvopiv they wilt  ��������� ry it,"���������jfm. Oamtixw Dr������ 'Roohm,  Miscouche, P. 13. I.  From    SarffattcKe\^a.n������-r^We������t  Waflann,. Sadciitolsowttn,-r-"A friend  In TU������������b ViHlley recommeTiaoa L.ydla  K. Plnlchiim'B Veg:otahl������ Compound  to mo and Lt "has been 0. great heir*  to me. I recommend It and you  can us������ tltto letter aa a tcattmoulal  if yon "Wloll,"���������Mn������." Pn'tta^ Nobiwn,  vv-ftdeutaa-������KWki*,U3uw>w*Mjuu   ,,  .rn.-.......,    .ni*���������....^ .,,_ 1 j; ,-;i.',    \L[\~\"l""'-'""-'L""'?.':"".~""'?-!^~-  -        ' W-    NV    V.    14ftI  '   ^-i  'L. " 1  ?PPrS$:  '$*���������  ?P--:  ^rZZi.-  p.  '���������������'���������  r'.'A'?-''  --'.*'...:*.'*>.-  y- ?y 'i.Zp  tt  n-\<Zpp:Z,,i-pL  zr.-\i:xZz?'j--.'~'-,  ?*������;���������?*:  ZiZZZ^IPiMPPPZZ  >-M  'Lt-riiZpi&iL:-  P'ZPZy:  .*;*  WI$������ZmmmzMMZzMz'  -ip^PPZ-Z^*''.  />���������'������������������  Spend Fift j Millions  ^fc 4Mk   ***ffh   *"������������������- ^*- ������ ^%  In Five Year Period  Ottawa.���������JFifiyy million  dollars--will  - have been spent on ' improving"  "Can.-  p ada's   highways  when    the     five-year  \T period terminates in the fall of'1923,  y according  to-reports  received   by  A.  V W. Campbell, Dominion Commissioner  of  Highways.       Of this  total   twenty  , millions  \-vill have  be'en appiopriax-ed.  -Jhy  the   Dominion     Government    and  ���������y.the  remainder  by the different prov-  *,*^ Inces.       Of tbe   federal sum . tlaere is  ' yet $&0Q,OHO to be v taken   up   by   the  \ provinces. v   _-������. ��������� ,'  Agreements have already., been en-  *��������� *tered into-.by the' province of On-  --. "Cario calling for.an -expenditure of  ���������' $32,500,000 by; the end of t������23. off  ': which sum five million _-_ the federal  ���������^ share. "  _*.;      THS"   New    Brunswick   Government  ."   have now all of    their    appropriation  X of    three    million;  under   agreement*  .  the    Dominion    Government-''contri-  ^  huting" $1,20*0,000.       A-'rotSKofr 1,595  milesf of "highways  is;an    the ' .programme  ior  improvement.       Alberta,  '  the last province to take part in the  national  highways' scheme. _has- just  filed . for    approval  plans   for   roads  .improvement      under     the      Canada-  Highways   Act.      All    the    province11!  are  now working  under  the .genera]  regulations provided by the  act, and  tbe work throughout these 'provinces  is now being carried out    an    accordance     with * ihe     uniform     standard  specifications. _L  ggp������������������������������������������������������ I Ml ���������  Strike Bargain With  Rating Companies  -���������"******'*������������vw i vm ijr  Railroads: of   Britain      .. Expenses by ������2,000,000  London.���������The railway companies In  -Great Britain have secured a"remark-  able bargain from the rating authorities. ". Pleading serious loss of revenue "they persuaded-the National  Union county assessment committee  to make larg-e reductions in the sums  demanded from themTfdr taxes.  Every parish' ihrough which a railroad passes^ levies tax rates upon the  company on the. basis of the assessment, which is broadly determined by  the revenue ot the company. Tho  reductions granted possibly average  25 per cent., representing an aggregate saving to the railway companies  ���������o������ over   ������ 2,000,000 a year.  Actual Removal Of   ~-       f"\ ~_   ~k\  'A  *���������   . "          ^^^^       ^mP1*d&^%#~&m'^a0   -'rM~~~W~~\~~\~~~  Only Matter Of Time  Deny Reports Of  Syrian Revolt  ***49  LondonT���������Tbe debate ia the House  _of Ix>rds indicates that the peer's are  inclined to regard the actual removal -  of    the    embargo    against    Canadian  s���������o*r*w *cs~E*e aa o*I*ixr s~ sst^r-t-i-a*...-**,   t.-rr***  i     ,        f/ , ,      j"���������"     -^���������*       **��������� my.~m.rn      -r -      x-~.tr  and-some- strong advocates -of the  enibWgp manifested a disposition 1o  accept the situation. "  ^ ,Z  Proceedings were a continuance ������������f  Officials Say N*ws of Rioting Was  Greatly-Exaggerated  Paris.���������Reports received from C^iro  by way of London th^t an attack on  French troops in Syria and serious  rioting followed news of the confirm-   the debate started on July 12, when  H. G.r Thunell^Editor and Proprietor  of The News, Viking' Alta., and The  Times, Irma, Alta.  Eoyai Family May  V  SociaMsts-Protesrt Against Removal or  Ban on Exiles  Berlin.���������The   Bavarian   Government!  issued a decree intended to replace,'  so far 'as Bavaria- Is concerned,* the  legislation recently passed by *he  -Heiebsiag for the defence oj the- republic. The decree? omits thre clauses  in ih-s Keichstag ^nactiiieBlt relative  to the,; estab li^sment of :a, specials tri-  bunal, ,the competence ofthe German-"  minister of the interior to prohibit  meetings and suppress 'associations,  and the' competence of the Central  Government to prohibit members of  the former ruling house now living  abroad from entering Germany. It  also declines to allow.'.''non-Bavarian  police to take independent official action in Bavaria. ,  '.,  The Socialist section of tlie Bavarian landtag has .issued' a manifesto declaring every attempt to  counteract the reichstag legislation  for���������th������* "defence, bf.itlte republio^Js an  attack"upon- the' political unity" of the  nation, while the" Bavarian? insistence  upon "special rights in this connection  has caused alarm In Northern Bavaria, as well as in Berlin. -y--.  GraiS Shipments for Europe  Fifty - Million Bushels Creates ^Nevy  r flecord for Montreal Port -  Montreal.���������Figures supplied by the  Grain" Clearance "Board of this port,  show that from the opening of navigation to the evening of July 23, set-  most 50,000^000 bushels ot grain were  shipped to Europe-from Montreal, a~  performance that creates a new record, exceeding that - of last year by  nearly two million bushels. The record oJ last year, wTien 138,453,880 bushels, or ^nearly fifty millions more  than were shipped from any other  port on the North American continent,- will probably be exceeded this  year at,the present late, M. P. Fennel l. general manager of ths$ port and  chairman    of'   the    Grain  = Clearance  ation ot" the French mandate" for Syria  are greatly exaggerated, it was declared in omcial circles here. Reports  that the rioting bordered on revolt  were-denied.  Cairo.���������The Syrian committee here  announces that when news -that the  League of Nations Council had con-  -������"'in<&d ixs*������~ j. renelx- Syrian, mandate-  was received in that, country a band  of Syrians attacked. French troops ax  Saurain, hilling two officers and 17  men, destroyed two tanks and captured a number of prisoners and a quantity of war material. The French  are reported, to have been forced to  retreat until reinforcements were hurried from Damascus.  "The Syrians also are reported to  have brought down -a French airplane at Esrah and to have attacked a French- outpost at Javroud, killing 3 5 Frenchmen. The committee  alleges that disorder- has broken out  in fhe whole of Syria.  Will ioilsolidate    .  Soldier Settler Loans  j    . #_ ������������������      _- *" ~ ���������-.     : j~ -' -  yonveriea   into one  t^oan for"^5-Y5aar  _;      1     p Perto-d      -. ~   :-���������'.,     "^ ?-  -?. TEdinbnton, Alta.-r-Of great "importance to the-large number of soldier  settlers in the west is the announcement that all the loans made by fhe  Government prior to Api'il 1, 1922,  will be consolidated into one loan for  ia~l geriosL-.-.of --25.., yearst-' '? This *,app3ies  "Xvtiere- a'���������"���������veteran has ''made three sep-  Alberta Legislature Con-    r;  Riders Wbeat Board BiH  Must  Be Satisfied  With   Personnel of  the New-Board^  Edmonton.���������Disposing of the\ customary debate on. the speech from the  throne with unanimous approval of^a  resolution" to accept and express appreciation of His Honor's address,  moved and seconded by A. B. Ciay-  pool, - Didsbury and G. N. Johnstone,  Coronation, the legislature launched  directly into consideration- ~ of the  wheat board bill, the rules being waived t-o enable Hon. J. E. Brownlee. At-  torney-General. to propose the second  reading oi the measure and give an  explanation'of the bill.  Before 1he debate was adjourned by  Hon. J. R. Boyie,-leader of tbe liberals, he drew from Hon. Mn 'Brownlee  the admission that while the Legisla-  ture will be asked  to enact enabling j ~~ ^~leptl~0tt~e~ dep^^nt'. compr^hri ,  legislation    for    the Dominion wneat | the sec<md instalment oE lhe Govevn  Board, the Government will retain discretionary   powers ^:as   to ~wh*ether  or  ������xteiiu  ral  wfies  Phone    Con-  Alberta  Providing    for    Further  'struct ion     m     Rural  Sections  Edmonton.���������Contracts       Eor      3,10C  miles   rural -telephone   line- eonstruc  tion have been awarded, by the provin  not the credit of the province shall be  pledged to the^. undertaking, it- being  conceded that the'Government must  be satisfied with ���������the - personnel of  the boarjd named by the Government.  at'Ottawa, or the boaEd will not be  supported" by, the "province.  . -Mr. Boyle ���������-^isp-V'-' asked Premier  Green fit jld to -give,,the House further  details of theJ probable cost of financing the wheat.board project, declining  to procede with" the debate until such  Retails ;ha*d|6eten ? I urni shed .iy IZhe P*l e-  mier read to the House a telegram  whieh t- he    had. repeived from -tJames  ment's programme- for the 1922 season. The mileage represented -in  thesercontracts, six- - -in - number, - is  spread over all  parts of Central  and  arate   loans, ��������� stock,    equipment -,- and  farms.     Men established between Oc-4 Stewart, Winnipeg,  and concurred in  ���������tr  ���������H  tqber.'l, 1919, and October 1, 1920, will  have ���������--..���������threes *.;years',, sgrace. ���������' in ��������� ..interest;  payments, and men established- be-  tween'Oct/X 1920, and October j,  1921, will,have,two. years'.* grrac.e*,;���������;.���������!���������<   '.';  Geov-ernment        Offers       to        Spend  .   ^10,000,000   Unifying   Railway       .  .ZyrZ ���������. >.������������������ ;*; ':;.' Gauges Pi ������������������'. -. ..; "Z:-Z  ?yj-L r? :��������������������������������������������� ���������'. ���������'*.*��������� *��������� ���������*���������:. ~ ., -~ *::���������' :..- ):���������. -.-���������?  ,;'��������� Xbn'aon.���������sPremler...W.- M.,- HubIiob,.*  of. the Aaalralian Commonwealth, :uv  cor^lJne,to a Keute.r despatch ,, from  Melbourne, 1n replying to a deputation  of unemployed men, said that the  Commonwealth Government was  ready to spend ������2,000,i()bo on the unification or,Tho'valiway~BtiHKivp*In Auh-  tralia an^thngi ���������gl.Vfl y'wfcP������;1������:- tb ^l-fli^sW  numbers "'if,, ah agreement cotild' 'lib'  j;t--uuLutd with the v-iiriouM-.--Au.stmliil.ili  wtates.     ZiZZ'i-yZ   ZZl'.Z'-,',   'ypii--���������-.'{y  Those Having: Sick Animals  Must Destroy ���������'���������i'^';  Range Finding "School"  rv- i'-' tt      . .-a   .*. <e.":   ��������� ,   .   , .  Buildings  ^jEstabOah'f d; ZatZ"Strat-tgic  ; r?-lyr ..Points on Kiel Canal     ','' .';. ' .  Paris.���������^The Council of Ambasasdors  decided to send a sharp note tt) the  German   Government   demanding  the  immediate destruction of the fire con-  trol and range -funding school, which  the German naval    authorities    have  quietly ^establiahed at strategic points,  on 'fh'e^kle'l   Cabal.      Alliec!   esrpertfr  opinion   hap   declared    the school Ab..  convertible':into   a   fort   commanding  the- fentran ce to the cannh  by F. W. Riddell, Retina, to the effect  tha%-tb,ft operations of;tljerbpard,might  Involve the credit of the province anywhere from $3,000?;p00 to $15,000,000.  Thtsj, ;would;- ioi cpu^se,'-:: be ;-.taken:*' care!  oil by a line of credit "established at  the:;:.bankR under: guarantee. Mr.  Stewart's opinion was that under conservative operation, and following the  procedure of the wheat board o~ 1919,  a line of credit of^from $3,000;000 to  $5(000,000 would suffice  Southern alberta, ,an,d..thev total expen:  ditiia-eSiRvolved will be about tl25.~U.iK.  It~jLs expected  that   the --1,100 miles  of new lines will almost    or    entirely  complete the work to be    done-OLhis  a**-*" *��������� j* -j *    J ~   -  year * in the wky of rural",telephone  construct! onk SOm'e'Tl^OO"' niites of  similar construction had already heen  done on previous schemes, for which  contracts Mwere given in the early6 part  of? the^sieason !';ag'"; th e "ii<iosf.ypt -SYhlebT  wag, about $150,000.  ���������Lor-d Chaplin presented" a resolution  urging ' the 'maintenance of the embargo and I-ord Lincolnshire moved a  resolution   demanding   the   fulfilment  rx. -VKa        -r*l~*rtrr~v       -*vF   IOI?    -.tv-xt    -.tvn,    m-m.  xr.. ~~*Xr jj l.trx0g3^r \J ~      ^.WA, l.*UU������       ������.fij|^      C1������L-  bargo would be reinoved. The weight  ofrthe speeeny of*July. 12 were.decided-  lyfra^inst any^tchange of policy, but  sentiment; it was shown, oscthe issue,  has undergone a remarkable change  in the'meantimeT  After a considerable array ef prominent peers had addressed tiie  House, the���������Lord Lincolnshire amend-  ,ment favoring unconditional removal  of the embargo was voted down by  91 to 53, but the^HOuse^ adopted the  Lord ' Long "��������� amendment = -as* - a s u b-  stanjiative-resolution, accepting the  conclusions ofv the^Finlay Royal Commission that- Canadian herds were  free - from - the plague of pleuro^  pneumonia and foot and mouth disease, and expressing the opinion that  steers. from the,- Dominions might be  admitted as store cattle subject io  quarantine precautions.  Lord Ancaster^ who represents 'he  Board Of .-Agriculture iri"r iSMs", upper  chamber; made it quite plain that he  anticipated legislation lifting the embargo and that he was only anxious  that -their removal of the embargo  should be accompanied, by certain  ���������j safeguards.  "I recognsze," said. "Lord. Ancaster,  "that_ the tidejs against us. and *hat  we have \td ^expect legislation later.  I can only hope that if there is a  reversal o"f our 'present" policy the  effect-may not be as serious as some  -suppose.  '->���������**  Colliers  Honor   Memory of  Comrades  New  Water ford,  N.S.���������All  the  collieries here were idle and special ser-  .vices were held'iii;; St-v Agnes Clrat^ph  'in memory' of* mbr^-tn'an ���������slsty^m'l^.ers  Tylfo-.lbs^tlieii; Hv.bsf;*^. the':Nfe^..;'vy"*atd,r**i;  Cord*",-mih'e /���������expiosibn' flv'e".*;*yeai"8!:tago;  July 25^" 193 7.  . ��������� -4> ..l.~.     .. f.  ^. .... 4  ,ii,ri rti'ffiin iijniii i -in I 111. Wmiiii 11 irirt  lyotnj  his- ttll ilupAt itsisl client  ������tiW-������������CN  temper,    <fj<krs[cit  ���������HprainN, -.f.  . iA.n'iKf,     Hi'iikauM,     K-iiivniiiH  MllOtllit     titwuyti   : h������     in    tilt  EVlillVWIIlBJtK.  . \-U.  nrulf������*<������,     Colic,  S<J������*rfci������ etc..  ~tc.  ���������i utile.���������isO~j~l>  W.   -M������    U,    1431  Confei^ntie^May'BeSDelay.ed    ^.;*r-  a.nelsi][ ropresentati vent" o C Gfeat Brltaji vs.-  'for.. funding'of that' coun try"':$5'06oio6o;-  00t>; war debt 1,0,^10 U.S.,, Dqb,otlulcd  :ioZhfgivr. early-JnV^eiitemb^r.'^tiy'^'  dc ferried 'until the la titer part o I! tii ric  month. It haa been ln'dlcat������d nt the  treasury. j '���������.������������������-  Three .members o~ *1.l|e^lll������d;;diibt  funding.vicjommlsslon . wlii:^ hoi,'���������.n'waiy,*  fronr ' WhflhinKton du^hg,*; \pii~ y'������rKt,  'pari   6f  PC-pi ember,  It (\v;*j.s  txtclalncd.  ^ May Authorlase Sole of Vodka H  Mohcow,���������A decree' author I zing the  sale of ivodh'a, .which has been pro-  hlhltcd alnce 1914,"in expected to bo  isHu.ed ou 'Auk,. 3. - The, pre-wai'  Blren^th oi vodka'wa^ *J8 per cent. a������  coltnl; undervtho now decree the  BtrenKth will be ������8 p������r cen*,,.and the  mnnufnetur*-! will h<- undertaken aii ft  ftUide 'jmowoiio'Jy. .,,  11^8, Ambasasdor Visits Pope PiuW  Rome.���������Pope Pius received in private audieuce I-Tenry .Morganthau,  for-  i.mer .U.S. ambassador to Turkey, -M$*f;I  had    a   long   ���������conyersatlon with iiitA"  about his'experiences at Const^tttin*-  bple"tlurlnR Iho early rlnys of 1h������ \v������r.  Morden Team Wins  Awards    Given     In     Boys'    Livestock  Judging Competition  ;.:������������������ Brandon.���������-Theyy .. -boys*;,_ y l.ive*ato,ck*'  judging competition"!d'f. the proviiicial  exhibition, carrying with it the James  McCurdy Memorial Cup, has-been won  by the Morden, Man., district boys  team, with a- score of 3,006 points.  Elgin 5was second,'" two and a Ifalf  'poInts;;b'ehind- ������������������; the l-ea-ders.,* '*!': BleVen  teams'- competed in ;,the co^mpetitiori,  which comprises" the Judging'of hesivy*  horse, beef and dairy cattle, sheej> and  swine. Each team was allowed  twentyf (minutes to complete, the  awards;'*": ,?:  ^|A^Holstein cow owned by W. Hep-  ,^>urn,^ <3t''Virden, Man., has estab,l{4ji*-  ed what is believed to be a record  for Manitoba ftfr production. This  cow's record for the past year, as  shown    by   a    test    just    completed.  Report of Progressive-  \ ;<    v Liberal Fusion  Much   Doubt Is   Expressed As To   Its  ���������probability   ;  "���������Qttawa;^���������Statement^    ]^[blished    in  Quebec that 52 Progressives, members  of parliament, had    announced    iheir  willingness to join the Liberal party,  are  received here^with  reserve.      It  "is generally understood    that    there  were    some   kind   of pourparlers between some i Progressives,  and   sQme  '���������*������'ib'^.rals,-riooking:;to-:'-i closer -Gcd-dpera- .  tion, but It has been elated positively  that there was1 ho agreemerit reached  of any binding character.      It is  regarded, as well established, there was  no offer of ''u^coiwj^tign^ union".t),v3tli  the Liberal party. % ' Z JZy?; '��������� p y "Z  --;Wintttpeg.--.^Th|; weather.-'Wnki'fbe  pretty ijhot  down there*.;^   The. whole  tfejibg1 3s  a "dream,"  said Horn  A.   B.  Hudson, K.C, member for South Winnipeg, interviewed here In connection  wfith tii* report ",'t.hat he> had bee^i^in-  :,siru.mental in' ':pony:*eri?n.^ :.'Ba 'SP^bsrcs.-  Islyojwoiinbers lnftii������;" fi|d3D:|aI: liouaiip���������*���������to  the *L'iberal p~ ���������ety.Zti.ntt: thtki-h-o- wou!tl  enter the cabinet.  '"'y  HOARSENESS RUBBED  By  totalled 20,013 pounds of milk.  ^ |.,��������� .,.,;   p% .       .P-Z{Z'iV;,���������,     ^ ''yZ  hi Z&errpaop Lan*^ 'Car-aV'/at-XuKtralla '���������.���������".,*  ���������;;]tionet.Q-tt.-r-Altljio^������h|i.the* omciuI em-  bargo������vag&inst ^p'ortatlori^trom for-1  mar en-omy^coujitrliea to Victoria. Aua-  tralIp.;,' ���������d0^,nat>" ���������^atiji.re',;' <|������'.tjll ^uigu ~ t; 1...  the flrst , consignment ot German  cargo to reach Australia' since 191-t Is  now feeing landed. The Victoria Gov-  crntnVnt'gave oineial notlflcation on  OiuneiOi.lhat the ban on ^mporkattiona  w.ouid b'e lifted on the flrfit"of "August.  Changeable, weather causes congestion and soro;, throat. The bloqd,  must bo drawn from the Inflamed  ���������pnrt, and,this is speedily done by applying Nerviline, The beauty of Nor*  vilino is ttwit irpttnotrates quickly. It  is not oily and every drop sinks rlisht  "lii. It dr������w������7o*ut the inflammation,  eages. th-ts','', pain^; makes tho chest and  throat  wflll   rrnlfclcly.       For   reHwvJng  ������;OUK������������h, *Ji������Hltt, S^������**'������t-i**r������M, N-wrviiJ-Ufcl iiM  the proper r������mt)dy.      ThonsawdH may  t-oZ     Lai"B������! 3Cc' bottles mold    everywhere.  Protest of Veterans  Itoginn, Sask.*���������Protest of Saskatchewan veterans over tins failure of  the federal authorities to appoint a  western representative on the," com-  mission to invent I gute thc pension  cliargeH made by the.Great War Veterans' Association Were forwarded to  Grant McNeil, Dominion G.W.V.A.  Secretary, "'by' tW prowinchil body  here.  PEAOTY, OF-T.BpE" SKIN  im ihtt na.tur*i deilr������ of'������v-������trr wbm**n,  tknii U obUln&blo l>y the nut) ot .IVi*.  Ohjm-a'R O tntmonl. Pi id pl������n. bt**afc*h<***������t'������.  -rou������Rau,eaH and rt>dn������*H of tine ������liln.  irritAKjon ������nd eeeemoi ������iat������i-i>c*r, anil.  tha Mkln ta letttsot., iwim������i and v������Wrty.  All iluMt-airw. or Kdiuaimon, Hit** ���������&. O*.  B������tHbBt-������4, Toi-onlo. fi������t������Li|)4*<i irt*~ If y������tt  . ujeaUJ-oa 1LJ* imp**.  ���������'Jp^-a f"-**T^'**W*i-^P1ln|'* -^3������"%^-^a:*������r������'������ THE  CBESTOW  REVIEW  Local and Personal  Por Saub���������Water power   washing  machine, good as new.      Enquire  Re-i  * view Office.  Horse: Fob Sale:���������Driving horse,  weighs about 950 lbs., ������50. J. M. Andrew Oreston.  Fob Sale���������Complete set of High  School text books, Apply Phyllis  Small, Creston Hotel.  ..Apricots and Peaches, order now to  be, sure of your supply. Oreston.  Fruit Growers Union. Ltd.  .j?1"  AND  i\j  For the month's of July and June  Jt.%~.   ��������� 17^.11^.mm*Zm 4-.~.4-.n.l ���������    xtm-vx.mxf -..11  )  t <tt.~0X~.0X vn -x*~  than an inch���������.85'to be exScfcr  o     1  "li  Heir's, HeUson s? WHIard's  teliosoiafes  always on hand  Take some on your  Picnics.  Dart  I  Next Bsuan's garage  firria  l  CRESTON    DAIRY  BbhbA   ~~-__-~w~~~\  ~~w~~\ bbh 2H5- j^Sr  WW~~\BB~W, W\ ��������� HMHL~  ���������VlIl������.rV  8 Quarts  Per Gallon.  $100  45e.  a. coMFoirr  Fines collected at the police court  for the month of July amounted" to  $150��������� all for infractions of the Liquor  Act.  J. S. Siddons of Oioverdaie haa accepted the position of teacher in the  second room of the Oreston high  school for the coming year.  rsn*.*. ir..t������ >_ _:*.i ~.a.~,t..~.t.i-.~ c-,��������� t.>*b���������  ~x..v~    .rx.xtx.-y ���������**������ vii<ii biauibviuo    iui  -t ui j  show six births, one marriage and one  death. Of the reinforcements report*  ed four were boys and two were girls.  Mrs. C. G-. Bennett left ob Thursday  last for Invermere, where she is spending the 'month of, August: with her  parents; The Bennett children have  been holidaying there everssnce school  closed.  The raspberry shipping, season is  about at an end, and although complete returns are nbtrnvailable, selling  "agencies predict this will be the big  geat raspberry year in the Valley's  history. ' ../ '  The extremely hot weather last  month was eyen too much for the  Indians who let up on the slaughter  of crows to such an extent that less  than -$3 of bounty was earned for the  whole month. .  am. -i xt x   -~*~.~.  .->     -a.-.   ~-...~-x*.-  ������*���������������,*���������*"  j.uc ~it\Hxitit:c*iLi \ir~-.  kai   iiuijr  was ui������e uiu  when 88 in the shade was recorded  and the coolest spell was on the Ilth  when the mercury registered as low as  43. The rainfall for the month was  one-fith of an inch.  Miss Ethel Huscroft left on Tuesday  ess on estesid-ed holiday visit tn her^  parents, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. HuscrofC  at Avon Park, Florida, to which point  they Kss>ved about, three^ years ago.  She will visit at Lumber-ton for a  couple of days on her way south.!        '  A party of about eighteen Methodist  young people got away on Monday for  a six days 'camping trip at Canyon  Falls on Kootenay Lake, in the neighborhood of Cultns Creek. - . They made  the trip in the Ashley Cooper launch,  with Pastor Knox, in charge of the  | party.  *.   .. . .   ...:.  for TEN DAYS, commencing Saturday, Augtist 5  Coverall Suits  resr. 2:25. at &1.25  *~*  Ladies' House  (Aprons  reg. 1.25, at 95e.  Ladies* House  H    .<m������^mCT)Q,-o--.iCT  2~~fi_~ ^-&~~i-^i~.  reg. 2.50, sale $1.50  er Cent. Off  Children's,  Misses, .Ladies'   and  Men's Summer  Hats, including Panamas and Straws.  Child ren'v Misses', .Ladies', Man's Canvas Shoes.  Children's and Ladies' Middies and Skirts." - ��������� -  Children's Summer Waists���������reg. 75c., at 45c.  Children's  Gingham  Dresses  **���������������  assorted sizes  reg. 2.50, at 1.50  Children's  reg. 1.50, at $1.15  better ones, reg.  2.75, at $2.25  Dry Goods  Groceries  Fyraitere  Hardware  Mr. and Mrs. Bert Slaughter of Calgary. Alta., are camping visitors in  Oreston nt present, Mr. Slaughter  having the contract to paint the tanks  of the Imperial Oil Company as welt  as to paint signs on the property of  the company. During his stay he has  also did considerable other sign writing, a splendid sample of his work being onJthe new Sneers' store.  Anglican Church Services  SUNDAY, AUGUST  13  : '"'���������ol^rbS', '""*;"'.,.  8 and 11 a.m: and 7.30 p.m.  ir-M'y-  hen You Remit Money  >  p For y^i~~'h(.ZZag money anywhere, Bank Drafts and    Money Orders are without equal for safety and (convenience. If you wish to send money abroad* buy a  JOrsit from the Imperial Bank offuaaaoa. For sums  np io fifty dollars Imperial Bank Money Orders are  (be most convenient and economical,  IIVIPERIAL   BANK  Ki-"  p. w^allan,.  m~tm.v~*~~*~t jl 'cr^i ,.*?)--f������* m '*~t~.*������  /  -Manager.  Wl!"fflaim#    i&  I ia.i  SATURDAY, Aug. 1  x  A 10 lb. sack of Sugar for 75c. with every $5.00 purchase of other goods���������and no limit to  Sugar,  provided your other purchases are blithe basis as stated above.'     r  S-.  -f  Arid this is hut one of the many cuts that have been made oh our August Clearance Sale prices  a visit to our store on Saturday will reveal many other equally surprising price reductions.    Look at these:  , lip and  . ^ i  patterns, very special Saturday, 20c. y  Sunlight Soap  -~9 canons o"c.  s  bottles, reg. 35c;  Saturday 25c,  Sardines  reg. 10c; Saturday 5 for 40c.  Ramsay's Family Sodas.  reg. 35c;  Saturday 25c.  Clark's Pork and Beans  reg. 2 for 25c;  Saturday IGc. each  Remember these offerings  jt CJ Mmm. -Jt 1  *4^m fcj."    Jl'Uj>k>      ~m~.-Qm-,^L~~M ^>CA%        -~-M.m4~Z  agio uaKing  reg. ������3oc������;   Saturday'������SUc.  Be here in the morning to  Es������ sure or you.a suppEy  f|/| >m m. 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