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 !>,,-,-'?-',-irJ   ���������)"    V *-?^\S~    P{*i=A, "s^J-4 "5,''vc .v-is--^*; ���������.   . -.--1-V ' ^tj&* ������/-���������'-������ t������ =*, ,-v ., fi, ^>*   *'/,V- %,*& j,->.* * ���������-���������"*.%������������������>*" ***& ->- y-^'.*-*���������?-&-t*^,'^**jfew^*;    '  *���������   .'^ -���������  -a-MBm������ic_arieiguNMB-i  -v ���������>���������     "ww-r  ^OCi  1*Sc^S-*bi  Wft-5*  ***afc  -v  "������������������  'v,"W.i-'������  You XVI,  C&B3TON, K;e:, FS|i|A___ JULY 11, 19_!_  No. 22  4--"-  Promotion List  Division I.���������W> Jones, Principals  Honor . Rolls;*. - JProff ciency^Nadine  jSeai. Ativndance {-with Frogcieocy  Grade VIll.)���������Eklw^-ad Bush, William  Bush, I&H-ofth-y Ryckman.* Conduct���������  ������<ilyaLewJat.    \.- .-       - ._.v   -  Promoted from Grade VII. tn Grade  VI If,-~Kadine Bel!, Marion McDonald;  -Will  Manuel, _   Dorothy    Kyc_-mnn������  Harold Speers,  Iktmse Nickel," Victor  Grundy (condition-at).   Alex. Bender  ������ajru -vCCt-a-iaai-tiOj-- at),      *J-'������y     "V������ liMMl     |������_OX>-  ditional).   . ^ * "  ��������� ing. but'everynne come as we need the-}  -   .-qnds to get, the new piano.  Tbe dance pilt_on here Saturday  aright' by Creston orchestra awas &  greaii success. ;Th'ere was a large turnout - fronu Creston and Wynndel.  _Jvervsj.������i-?   ;_-������_:**-   ���������������   __���������____���������   hnmoi*  ���������tr-"-"-  ���������3&  3&\  *3������������������aoiana���������'  __._ __   _a  .3_���������_.  Dsvisioic II;���������Mies. "Vic-ken*, Teacher.  Honor -tolls-. Proficiency���������Brie Mer*-  tin.    Attendance^���������Dick Randell. Con'  d tic t-rLajira Holmes; _ - - y"  PrO_3_ted fmnt   tf3f���������������9a  VT   ta_aQ.y_a_a������  VH���������EJ-Sc MarMp, _loptiixu_u%.ndrosow9  Arthur douSang";��������� "Sornmes Fsnl^yscsn,  Dick llandell- Charles Moore, Fred  Christie, Sdtth Wilson, Marion Clollis,  Percy jEgebinson, - Jessie I_earnionfh  Margaret Walker, ISna, Christie, Lucy  Kirsch^- "_  -ijr^raair     \^*imi>  I3....5 ^55*STZ^irl.mij(    ..Zm*m   ._���������   gS^?="_   Sri-s.-~������  Master Crawford Irving cut" hie  knee -rather' badly whilst bathing "at  the channel one day last week, and  will be sticking* close around home fur  the jiext few days "while , tbe gash  healsT*- ���������'"/*"'  Etssbert Po-eall.was   a  visitor   with  Nelson fft-ierr_s a. few davs hist week.  ".---_*"-"���������- " *"       - '   i  "   TheJa������t ear of  -straw berriei-   rolled)  "east  on, "Monday,    making iitbirteen j  Bti-jeight d-l-c'. io go but this pe������_������ii. ' A  Arnew and larger refrig-u-ato** wa*  used this year, ear���������, "cai������_ carryinj--  about'909 crates of berries; so: that  with "she l.-c.ir shipments added it  would look as if the 1624 berry season  was almost -equal to the record break*  er of 1023. _ -  _ Mrs* Marshall leftifft the first of the  week-of a holiday Vfelt with her two  ^augbterK. who ������rs������ mj-lw living in Vancouver.       -      S      -Vp*  And'still the   vnnSk, of the   motoV  _ _.  owmng    .fratermty^jt-xi^na.       ibisi  nionth*s bn-yer in'LHal A������%ee JBsding aec-  tinn is John M^llet^'i^s.tsajs purchased  t^heW. _l>/Martin ,_|^laaughlin Jfour.  similar   position   ^at  ^Lethbrld-^e, Alber~a-  '* "^Sailo "board of trade   is   asking  lbej  jQshery authorises to see to it that for i  the-next threfe "years all _paw*j*fcaken  ^or the next- three years at the Gerrard.  V4.'  5������ per cent of *ho  e|M-.wn be retujme4-  ������nox ^������>--"*|-tr������sb_es"i6;Ask-  $6,70������ This Year  h*>tchery be>etuixi������-u to the lake- *v_av-  3-T7  T3"  jtbati a y^r'^svf-^AJtJ^pp-je-r-t ������2*e daily  | <uitgo is hardly"ii������ore;Jhan 30 crates���������  L-*_������*a>    ���������������������  *.C=_'Sa-t������---  B B*������������----������>    i-**"  "Sow that the*>*Jti^ ^rop" is overlt  looks if-ttf<ef to" p-red*^; an* upple crup  ab^ut 70 per vent. ofijiw������nal in . ino-*t  varietteirV "with the ji^eeption of Wealthy-*," which have; se,t*it-ett������*r than^m������sJt  ������"ther kinds:    "  ���������a __^.&^_  J.  . UIUVH.U  laviM-vtamav  ��������� ������.-���������_..������, ^t_  aaw ^jtm rwam?  VI.���������"Laura HolmesL John Blinco. Jean  McCreath, Hit-ell Miller, Mary Good  win.w Randell TPayne, Art Webster.  Ailleen Spratt, I41a Ryckmanj. Alice  Hycknian, Ada Lewis, pora Spratt.  . Ethel Lewis, JLettfe Conling(condition-  al), Betty Speers )c-i-_itionalv) -Madge  Moore, {conditional}.  - Mr. and Mrs. James Forrest of Calgary, Albeita, were*., visitors at the  Clements & Young ranch a few days  last week." '7  TV ,  t_-k������  f.f   f4���������.......^.  *fl    44Um amifl#^  For tfa-e antoi-ral^ sfh������oS.. a>e������ting at.  S:������tus'������3ay n\^.t_jtl^frstlrhsg-t^-t'istee ss  ^.r:Mkther,';an^th^-t-������rm <������f Guy Qon������  stable, anditm r has^tleib-expired. The  amounttrf "wiosiey^to; he voted will  be Bbout"tb������,Srtraef-R������-6>r last year.  ������������������*���������"*- - *_���������* ��������� '  The:������ne-honr r^fe������-ipia S#tur4a_? was  quite acceptable "buf^^an-j-ut ten woes  that asEioisss* "of" "tM*-|?]?*-������">-e i������ -���������eAuTr^d  this.week if; tfae-������j^������^berry crop is'to  fcnme anywhere j*e������|^-p - to expectations. Due to . the "light stra������b^rry  yields some of 'the'gra������ns__ mpe caaT-y-  ������aJ     a^n      ���������1  .....     _������_,     ������������������  as*e  Sirdar   visitors   this-  week, th*������ gitesirof Mrs. Gam. -'"  Jas, Mannerln->-5va-- a.businesj* viait-  or-at Creston o������, Monday, in confer  ence with & cai-penter in that town,.  w.h������ will be* here   shortly to 'erect' a  fj&d&i-ge on tbe Mannerino ranch,  *' I\|?-,y4������r _>aly������-"whc������ has been a hospital patient at <uranbyoek for the past  month,'is hnme- again, and getting  "alsMttJ- In gcis fcegatta, atts&-������* certafRly  makes lhe old, town tiink noransl���������the  same as the mayor feels..  T^ie work tiain van bark here for a  few days last week on the s-ock haul  for the rip rap, but the whole wrnrk is  now -*������js*pleted as������l.ali the men have  For the months, of July and August  the every������econd-SuririHy-in-the-uionth [iH^i-^er o>it^*-ifoGk7������rf crates.  Church ~riL-togland   .service   at   the    -    -r *  Eriekson -schoolhouse is -discontln���������ed.1  ;   ���������..9_=_^ _.__  ������. >ricaia>-ar-n is  apw^aa        ���������> j^ *��������� ������lj--^- -.  DivaSlOK _H.<���������Mhsb Wade, Teacher.  Honor Rolls: Proficieass-y���������-Thonaafs  Crosthwait <with perfect attendanceX  Attendance^-Hazel Hop'wood, Hilda  Payne.    Conduct���������-laymond   Martin.. -  Promoted from Grade V* to Grade  VI���������Rayinnirid Maptin. IJllian Ta-e-  velyan, Honald Gibbs. Donald Bentley,  Masel Hopwood,   Be?.h ^Weet^^Be:  Frapfc^d������wff^9;l3va  BcJion  (con-      ���������������*������-'-  dstional).   ���������-���������',.,-. , *  ^   Promoted fi-om  Grade IV to Grade  Thelma Hwyden, Tom Cannaday,  - Prank Putnasn and" Frank - Staples  teft^n-'Sunday for Calgary,. Alberta,  whcie they are attendinir ihe * exhibition and stampede tibis week.  Mrs. -Fred Eiingetuwoith and -three  children left at the end of the y/eek on  ^..^.Laaanaa  ^^aa._ ___..^ j. _  Otfeer-  H-ill be  OntariO;" -%-*d  polrtta ea-sf^. *  at  #way"  until.  a������-a-*������a������   KJ-������klL������a1������-aB-  l*j������e Soda-l-Club ha-1 another ������f the  bera-y, season dancei>j--t the��������� *3tewarl-  5-endry place ������>n ^sinSay, nighty th^-  br^-Hia-ght nut th& ueua^row- of ^ileery-  snakers. -Inhere wlH'~i*������%. at leasV on<*-  niore '-bop" before,���������fc������_e seaMa-nr'c^^es..  ^,Sp. Seavar    vfasr heiet i^������������|������   Pine  Creek, Idaho, for *t^e  weekend,'- amS  354 ns. S^H.-r������-r"������-"i_>_ii������iL'������reis������. "a*Oisj$ -������������ttu  Mra~Oiba>r������H- wiia hii^e been^uet-ts o������  -|i_r������^u^^-������ S|^s>^_i%������. ,������*������la_r������������si;^-*"i,th.  -. .   "   ^       '"*-���������     -���������   r -s "v,isv_     *-    "* s-_r-' (_.-������ -. ^ j- ^  The aut<i tourist traffic eaetbonnd is  quite heavy so far this seaKon but **������  yet the-numlifr going west is hardly  up to last year's standard. *  ���������m  Hev. 'H. Varley wai" here on Sunday  front Creston, and had a fair turnout  at !tbe~two "Einglish Church servtces in  thej5choolh������use.  The section crews are now working;  on-a new schedule, going  to work - an  hour later In .the uiormng. and quitting  an hour later  ��������� By doing this tfie c������sm-  pany batv-disnensed with   the   H������e"-3a-  ������S_ iuc aa*5;tj-*s? c*Le������v  [t^ie'day witlia <%ipv.  l_stimaates.to be presented at the  annual meeting of Creston school district on Saturday night- wiii call for a  ���������i^pte of $0700 to carry on the local  public-and high school for the ensiling  twelve months.  " iTfie trustees bad their final aession  ���������j-tn Monday night at which the expen-  "c|itures,for the coming year -were very  thoroughly gone into and the board is  eonviuced the above ainount   will'  be  saSeleat,   "Last  year "approximately  $^S6& was voted, but' by careful man-.  agenient the year -will  close- witb   &  sftsrsius of- aissscst$90O," with the^trus-  teet> having also in stock sufficieilt fnej*  to run the school "for at least half the  "coming year.  Por she coming-year the old board  will ask. the meeting to endorse a"  charge ������f @2.|������er sncn&l. to -11 high  school pupils' resident in tbe school  district, and a fee of $5 per month to  pupils coming from other school districts. Doable fee to be cb&ssrpd those  who repeat the year's work in second  and i'feird v-ear- *  ' Scholarships of $20  per  year to be  given to those who make _j> per cent,  or. better in the annual examinations^  Thecases.of children  -of  people  vho  really  cannot afford to pay tbe"feec~  to be dealt   witb   by tbe'hoard  wSio  may, ifthey think fit, remit the fees-  -    As   trtsste" F. H. JacksonV three-  year    term    has  espired   and: Capt.  j Croniplon has resigned, theiee will be  * two trustees to eiect,   as   well   sis  an.  andStoir.   *5*be_ieeti-ag starts'at ? p.s_u,  an-I wall be held in the schoolhouse.  over *- tiieir  "hewt  a-  on-  V.  Jean Fisher,/ Daisy ?W^iton, Fred Al-  derson, "Has-old * Beninger, " Minciie  Downw, _������]llie lis-y-e,- m?vs.t\s^m "L^nis.  E:rl Christie. "  DrvxszoK IV.���������Miss Brett, Teacher.  Honor Rolls: Proficiency���������FayeJPen-  dry. Attendance^���������Mary Maione, Herbert Cooling, F. Johnson. Conduct���������  Margaret fBlinco.  _ Promoted from Grade III. to Grade  IV.���������Faye Pendry, J. Hilton, H.  Kirsch, C. Biccum, M. Mo*one, H.  "WiSst, B. Bennett, F. Morrow. ~_  Besueer, M. "Learmouth.  Promoted from Grade II. to Grade  III.���������A. Staples,. 3. Grundy, H. Hop-  wood, J. Bliss, H. Benliiger. M. John-  sob, B. Heady, D. Speers, A. Blccum^  M.*-Bennett.   _   l ���������,  Junior III. was advanced to SenEor  III. t 7 -  Division V.���������MSss JLaxton, Teacher.  Hon or Rolls: ProOcEohcy���������Ir Ss Taylor. Attendance��������� Arthur Nichols,  Clifford Volk.   :..., J.7:^:7"' -A-1''  A Promoted from Grade' II.  III.���������Iris ���������'.'' Taylor, ���������'_ -:James-  George Murrell. Aithur X^ichola, Jack  Johnston, Heaper Lewiei, Sidney r"ieh-  ' er, Meade'Beazer, Jack Payne, '"Ollles-  PondB-y..^..,. ',,..'.'... ,l.."^'.,.'7  - Promoted from Grade I. to Grade  Il.-���������I*eah', Canhaday,;,. George .: Collie,  Frank Crompton, Xuclle Davles, Margaret Miller, Molly Moore,' Bert Morrow, Nellie Payne, John Pendry, Ine������  Smith,. Daisy Trevolyan. Haymbnd  Bevan, Clifford York, Harold McLstr-  en, Robert pickoon, Vivian Bloor.  For= the annual school meeting  Saturday night it' is likely afsum the  same as voted last year"will* "be*asked  to carry on the "school for lhe enduing  year.^-B. B. Cartwright is>the retiring trustee, and IB. J. C. Richardson"  a-tsditorj, also retires. ^ *' ���������  Mrs. Bamfurd of ICranbrook ia a xie-  Stor b.ei*e at present, the guest of Mrs.  Bundy.  Teddy Haskins ia- the latest to 4l!_-  card the hay burner for the auto for  both business and -pleasure travel,  having just purchased the car formerly driven hy Fred Kllngensmith.  Mine Dorothy., McSCowan of Cran-  brook is here on "n visit wjth her  grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. G. Oart-  -*>*������1ght.  Miss Maud and Mr. and" Mrs. Lome  Botterlll of Dover. Idaho, were here  for a weekend visit with Mr. and Mrs.  HL   Botterlll,   motoring    up  on    tbe  fourth.  -'f arrives. ---_    --*     *-������     j*_       , ������������������        _.    ..   5^*^*1"*-^-%-^.-^Si^j*^-'     *~ -   ^   > *-,t.   . .���������  " ���������       .'���������>���������  'vc* t  -**i������r-->--   *" -T ** ' ?- -  -   rf ioe >-������������������--��������� two yrara, wss a-psti^stir-  Fo^e,������-*ho.ilj������|eetmg i������n S;itm_������y ^he Q^ ^.^^ hospftairhas ^dled   I  * ___L       a  __ _._..-_.     _>_._.-!__ _���������_-- a  ������������������������ j��������� 1-aiaii  i fl *-������ a~ri im -"rf*. '. -C * t. r~ _  ,to"Grad*8  :; DovrneB,  ��������� *���������,JSJ2_ ���������.. a������. _ _H     ... I--     .     .  WUJtaaiagj an. ������-������a������- ft������a_S>K8  trati-m Rossland  lation nf .&  .8 tsne rejgis-  has a~ Chinese popu-  nighi.there<will,he two, trurstem to  elert. Ms*." N������-j;t,h is resigning and the  three-yeiM^-terin ������~f S. Pasmrazo has  expired.*- It isexpecteit that not mpie  fcban $250 will be required for school  purpose**; 1-biK year. Mrs. Jones is the  reriring audiw"*-*-.  Jtr  , ,     iir nmnit ���������������������������ii _-;-   .      ^      -  The berry season is over, and most  of the packers have returned to thefer  homes. TheDoukhobor pickets ha������������  mostly all left, Just a few remaining  for the raspberry harvest.  Mies Florence Bathle left on Frlday  for Nelson, where, she is spending; a  few days with friends.  There will ho ndnn������~ on Batordiay  night, July KLHh, with the ' Cteoton. orchestra again supplying tha.��������� music.  Gentlemen fl, ladle* We.   Due to the  school meeting being the name night  the dance will be a little late En starO  J" _S. VanAckeran. manager of the  ccHppcrattve store, wits at Oranbrook  a couple off days last w*ek, where he  wiisattendinga conference of cooperative store managers ;.'lb'.B.C.i - who.ai^e  planning to open.'.-������*" wholesale house of  thelrown at Cranbrook very shortly.  ';;-J^ra'.'a^  nibtor���������vlsStorii' t^;"*i_^nner8':'' Ferry" :bu;  Jane Sflth. -where they vvere preBenb at  the nnirk-|���������KO of tho lattor'a sister, MiuB  Eunice Moore, to Fi ank Botterill,  formerly of Eriekson. who are to live  at Dover, Idaho.  ���������riiat all tht* literary ability, at any  rate, of Crcoton Valley lu not located  nt Crcaton, has Junt been proven in the  ancouncoment olf the Dally laoiulor of  Begins, ttiask., that Mr**. Charles JBLel-  ���������ey Iijis been awarded llr������t prise In a  letter writing contest In whieh there  were over a., thousand entries from  B.O., Alberta, Manitoba, Ontario and,  of course, lteglna and Saskatchewan.  ���������A. rery satisrsetory prise was given  and the reason for award ing first place  to JUma J������el������ey has been aptly . statecl  by the j urines as follows*' -The award  of the _iwt prlua Is niMti Vo MrSaJCel-'  ���������ey Ih-cau-w her exsay. Although vsry  hrjrf, s_u,ndsa'fi.ot������ o������ orlglbalItyvthat  Is quite i-efreshlng. - The whole-thing  rtngw true, It ''treads like-' an Intensely  hunniui document. It la a veritable  eameo-of orldrtwinl IJioticrlit farHaaWMMRnjo*  sclf-sacrlMce and service as it baal<-.,���������,  The acreage planted to* "ptitatoes at  Grand Forks this year is considerably  larger than in 102H.  . Kaslo. had it 96 in "the shade on  Dominion Day���������the warmest spell old  town has ever experienced.  By a showing of 828 to 250 Fernie  townspeople voted in favor of beer at  the plebiscite on June, 20th.  The ElkB Ixalge at Cranbrook" ure  giving the youngsters of th������t town a  big free picnic on August 6th.  There are more crows . than ever before in the Greenwood district this  year, according to the Ledge.  Greenwood had it 106*1 ir tjie - shade  en July 2nd���������tbe hottest   touch   ever  recorded in the town's history.  -���������:..*��������� ������������������'.���������,���������'���������'  '7. . ,'-'���������    -���������    - ,    '*' '  At Kaslo the demand   from , out  of  town for cottHgeR to ren^������.this year is  much heavier than ever before.  .. The ft.s.farnj at Cranbroo-k haiv tii-  cieased from six pairs brought in lew*  than a year ngo, to SO on July'let.  The first straight car of vegetables  out of;the Okrinagan rolled eamt this  year two days earlier than in 10_8.  -* The Miner states that auto mlahapB  of one sort and another me rather too  frequent on the Triiil-Ho<*alond  r<*>������<3.  Since Pentieton has put most of its  domestic water users ot������ tuetttrii iiir>  town Is not experiencing any water  shortage at all.  With the exception of peaohrv-i it is  not expected that the Okanngan fruit  crop will be much mote than 00 per  bent, of that of last year.  / Mayoir_ Balrh enfc t_'be������������������!-SnR:, hln drc*sc  sultdry cleaned and.pros*nid bo as to  be at least correctly attired to receive  |j,ho governor general who la to make a  Visitors t6 1-uskanook note thear  rival therv of _a new launch which  Floyd Rodgers'of Drestbn br������iught In  from Nelson lust week, and for tbe  present has at" anchor in the lake op  posite the Hage bungalow. It is a 32-  fouter with*cabin fitted up to sleep  four phHsengers, und all the other appointments equally commodious, and  electric lighted throughout,  &mmyms ������B������&  John Anderson f-pent the first few  day������- of the week"on 'a"visit with Spokane friends, making the trip Isy auto.  Mr a. Knott has so far recovered  from hei-jnoiahup of a few week-" ago  that uri e If- able to get about ou crutch"  e������, and the broken tig is mending  nicely. "-   ���������..-,':���������  Mrs. Mcl'herson, who has been here  on ft.'ylRsfc *.fith her father. V*. Tttrneav  recelvetl a e*udden call h;tcb .to her  home'Iri V/ashtngton, due to���������'''sudden  and ������e������iouR illnt-ss of her, huBluvud.  _  Mr. ������rny of Dover, Idaho* had hie  car rather badly wrecked on Friday  aftesnoon, whnt-n It went ovvr the  dump ut the school when the driver  nuide an effort to eHcape ������*nlli������ling with  a teum of horses. Fortunately neithrr  Mrs. Grny nor the children, who were  driving with hi to, were Buj������m*������-al.  "Haying on the Hater will lie min uf-nnl-  ly curly this year,   with Mr.  Blair ex  Meeting to Start the cut on the Reclamation Fttt-m within the ' next tew da-ye.  The Ladles' Aid   announce   a  lawn  social Wf ������*he home of Mrs. Knott for  Saturflay, July 3tttl-, to wblch till are  Invited.  m  the V a nconver ^General Ixospit-sl.    Major Crowe, it will be" reniembertsd, was  manager  of  the    Katcheher Timber  company, a Juittbertng   concern -that  suspend ed opt-raHou-*- last year.   Two  years agotJ.\vhile  fighting a foscest fire  on the t iinber   iiuiits   near  htn " cu_r  pany's mill, be had  the misfortune to  be stricken   down  hy  a   falling tree,  A surgical examination in the St. Eugene hospital, to which institution he  was conveyed after the accident, revealed the distressing fact of his hack  being broken.    About six weeks ago,  in the   hope   that special   treatment  would help his case, be was taken to  the  general    hospital   in   Vancouver  where be passed   away   on ' Saturday  last.    Major Crowe was- a veter-in nf  th(- great war and a   member  of   the  first Canadian infantry division that  saw  Bur-h terrific fighting in Prance.  He had a sp. ndid war record, attaining his a-auk of usajor while on active  service in   the  theatre  of   war.    His  passing in   Iteing   mourned   by   many..  Cr.������ n hit vok comrades   who  learn ed t o  admire the Minn who endured with admirable fortitude two long yewra of almost i net-edible suffering. ���������Cranbrook  Courier. "���������' ��������� ' ' /  CttB���������_LE_S B ���������   Hall B- fl a Ba B*'  BPIBHBnU    0 IBB-Ji V Bit���������  Satunlay-JULY  WIIXIAM FOX  prcNWiiil-i)  and  choirmaster   at  the  Cranbrook  Pref-byt^trlan  -Church    the':pa������it   two  years, has  just   been   appointed   ton  Ratepayers will be g.ad to hear that  . d ,.    -. . ,      ... for the annual school meeting on Sat  ^T*!!^^.*1^ ***   trustees   have   been  Geo. Bower, who has been organist  able to arrange the budget no that the  same sum as last year, 91800, will be  aofflcicttt to, finance the oncoming  tai-rtn. T. Maw-noil Em the retia-iir-K trustee.  in  The story of afisticHercules  who was sate untit Cupid  dotwed the gloves.  t3 ^M-natf*- THE   REVIEW,'  CRESTON,  call given for -"Roger de Coveriy," western historic dancer and few, if  when another sound broke the still- any, had evjer seen it danced. But,  nests of ihe ni_r*.c. outside- Weirdly j judging from, what they -Had seen of  -wailed the: "Ya, ya, hu ya,-hu yaa, hu  yaa^yaa, yaa, hu ya, hu gaa, hu yaa,"  etc., to the acconipaniment-of a: -"Rup-  a-turn-tun;, tu run a"-tuni turn, tu rup  a turn tuiii turn turn turn," of the In-  the step dancing of the two men, they  anticipated that the "Red Rcever jeeg"  would furnish them with some excite-  nient, as well as give "them a good  exhibition of step dancing.     The chal-  dian "-torn torn."*    "The Indians," sev*������f lenge and' its acceptance were accord  A DauissHter  ������f Xibe Ranch-  A Story- of Romance and Adventure--  of "Western Pioneer Days  ��������� BY    AL_XANDERD. MeLEOD  ���������^(Published by Special Arrangement  With the Author)  1 ; ;  ���������  (Continued)  It was a happy company. All were  enjoying to the full the hour of social  time they were having, till the sounds  of music from the house invited tlieni  inside   to   the   revelry   of   the   dance  eral voices exclaim ed^ Rushing out  they discovered, circled, on the grassy  lawn, between the house and the lake,  a band of Indians decked out in full  regalia ot" feathers, paint and other  adornments. With fanta&tic steps  they circled arou.id another group of  Indians squatted on the ground, who  were industriously beating the ."torn  toms" to which they timed their step's  , and sing-song wails of "yaa. yaa, hu  1 yaa, "hji ��������� yaa, hu yaa, yaa, hu yaa, "hu  I yaaa^jf Formed around in an outer  j circle, their squaws, dressed in their  brig���������test colors, stepped round "the  circle, and, in treble wails kept time,  tune and step-* witb. their lords and  masters.  "Even the Indians are giving you a  "pow wow," "Miss. Fraser," someone  cried. , .-  Such it proved to be. The Indians,  desiring to show their pleasure at the  rescue of '"Merry Sunbeam," as she  was called by them, requested permis-"  ������ion of. the agent to leave the reserve,  and, in their own way, pay their respects to tl^e honojr ,o������ the girl who  \ was a great favorite among them. Taking advantage of the presence at the  reserve-  of   Sergt.   Melvin's squad of  Gathering into the large living room, three men, und also-on account of the  now cleared of all obstructions, they sergeant's presence there himself, he  saw the-vjolinlst. or as he was called, ^generously granted their request. Iteis  the "fiddler," enthroned on a chair get  on top of the dining room table,  which was pushed to one corner of the  .room, busily engaged in tuning his  violin, or "fiddle," l'or*"the first dance.  On rough benches along the sides and  ends of the room, the women and girls  were sifting in joyous anticipation of  their first dance in many moons.  Soon the word was given, "All set,"  and the fiddler started off with the  tune of, "The girl I left behind me."  Then a tali lanky young man,-with a  thick shock of black Jiair, whose rebellious locks were smoothed down to  a shiny surface by a profusion of hair  oil, arose beside the fiddler's stand.  First smoothing down with his hand  the wave of hair that adorned his  brow, he then called off in a nasal  tone to the swing and time of. the  music: "Chose partners for an eight-  hand reel."  Ronald was looked upon by the  young men present, somewhat in the  light of a hero, not so much because  of rescuing Miss Fraser, but more on  account of _is escapade in "stealing"  the horses of tbe horse thieves. This  particular achievement appealed  strongly to their-'sense, of humor. Now  desiring to escape their importunities,  lie advanced into  the room to  claim  visit, the Indians planned, would tak,e  the form of the present "pow wow,"  the highest honor they could confer  on her���������  Mary, realizing the significance of  this signal horror, went about among  them, chatting with the squaws in  their own language, of which she had  acquired a fair-knowledge. She passed in and out among them, thanking  the braves and "shaking hands with  the more dignified older members ot  the band, calling each, by name.  For a full hour the Indians kept up  tlieir "pow wow" to.the pleasant enjoyment of 'all the guests.      Later, at  tlie invitation of Miss Fraser, they all  crowded into  the  house,  and,* squatting on the floor or standing  ar'ound-  the room, thoy watched the different  -numbers of the   dance   with   evident  amusement.      Some of the young men  present   took    particular    delight    in  choosing as partners some of the more  dusky maidens from the reserve who,  even though unfamiliar with the intricacies of the different    dances,    took  keen pleasure out .of this experience.  It was a sight that, at times, disturbed the usual stoical immobility of the  faces of their stately lords into an occasional  smile.  ...  Thus  dance  followed dance until long past the hour ot j  ing-ly greeted" with   rounds   of   liand-  ctapping and shouts of approval.  Joe, elated by the encouragement he  had" thus   received,   proceeded   to  arrange with the fiddler for the playing  of the lively  air    required    for    this  dance.    "But, as that personage seemed disinclined to undertake the task,  Joe  suggested to him    to    lend���������his  '"fedelle'V-tb his other companion, Jean  le  Berge,  who,  lie  said,  was   a good  "fedeller."     The owner oi the Instrument willingly acceeded to his request.  Then calling le Jterge, he said, "Jean^  com' here an' play de rnusique for dis  dance, an', ba tonaire, you play nice  an' queek, an"'! show 'Poleott I beet  heem dam'-queek on his dance;  ah?"  "Al* ri'te, Joe la Tour," he said, "I  t'ink, me, 'Poleon, he ������es a good dancer, an' I am  sure he bete you -on de  floor; aii?"  Jean took the fiddler's seat and-pro-  ceeded to tune the violin, while the  "two qontestants took their respective  places,as-they faced each, other on the j  centre of the floor. Fir-.ally giving'his-"  bo'dy a heave, and stretching his arms  to assure freedom of action, he drew  the how across tlie strings as a signal  to prepacfe for action. Striking a lively air, the feet��������� of the contestants  quickly responded to the rhythmic  motions indicated -by. the"time' and-,  tune. Arms swinging, hands twitch  ������ag kept time with the rapid motions  of the^feet.- Faster and faster the  time increased, faster "and faster the  feet moved in unison as they cut small  circles in the "centre of the floor. "Flus  fortL Jean,* Plus fort!" shouts la Tour.  Quickly, in response, the time gained  speed, and the -feet kept time. On,  on the furious pace kept on without  sign-of relaxation. Swinging to the  J^time of the-music*" Jean's body and  head moved as if in harmony with the  motions of the bow, and in time with  the movements of his fingers as they  danced on the strings of the violin".  The minutes passed, yet there was no  relaxing. Tireless feet still kept up  In rapid motion to the fast time and  rhythm ofr"the music. Arms and bodies swung and swayed in full, sym--  pathy. Though drops of perspiration  trickled"from the brows of the nimble  contestants, on the rapid moving feet  rattled the time on the hard floor.  .Tensely "the spectator's"- watched;,  some in silent admiration; some keeping time with their toes; some with  the swsaying of their bodies; and some  with jthe clapping of the" hands. And  .as''the "-contest- thus continued, thus it  held them, in its grip. Even the  squaws swaying to    tlie    intoxication  fat foods and m^es^he  digest. .iV^������*TfoSd'which otfkerwise  and assimilate fooa J^g^ ������ifgans.  would burden the ������J8BW-fir>  *  eifems  ���������-.   HS>������.  Save  Money   and  Solve  Your  Milk Problem With The  I RTi?H DAT-V  ������      H -^  ffi   B7 f_        fl*"    ft* fll Br.  ~ajr j. mi.      js_     a-*tfa������i  A-  WONDERFUL .-  MILKING MACHINE  the first dance from the daughter of I midnight.                        _,-���������������������������_ ������nffll_'DflUiid held In the grip  of the  exciting  .-.._ -i       -r��������� *������������������!���������   >.,-.__-���������.   u.~j^���������������]     At tnis-hour Mrs. Fraser requested I     ���������__*.    .,    -_,_t-.*.������  .ri __., ,,���������  tbe house.      in tiiis, However, ne -was  forestalled by the    "handsome    Sergt.  Melvin, whoni he met leading her in  triumph .o the head of the first set.,  Without  showing his  sense  of disap-} present; bad by now prepared from her  them to arrange��������� themselves for the  serving of lunch which she, with t&e  assistance of the few .older housewives  pointment, lie chose for his partner-a  Mrs. McTavish, one of the \sprightly  snarried women present, and led her  to a place at the head- set also. The  word again given, "all set," the self-  conscious floor manager,, with a-happy  own store of food and the few baskets  brought by the women guests. Plates  of sandwiches and cakes were passed around by the" young women, and  girls till all were satisfied. . This was  a part in which, the Indians took par-  *U-JiA_S*-V^t -f't'aO      1U"_/1_H.       J".-.---.*-**]-} ^-1.  ,        "*-_-,-.      u,     *-������.������*'_.--������;       |  sense of musical time, twanged off his   ticular delight, as they helped them-  nasal caLls, set to the time and tunef selves to generous portions as these  of the violin.      Gaily the dance went! new dainties were.passed among them  on;     joyously    the    dancers     -���������--���������>---1  the dancers circled  round; bowed to tlieir partners; "tbe  corners tlie same"; "grand right and  left, and. swing wirh the girl behind  you." Pleasure^ radiated from the  beaming countenances of tho dancprs  as ttu-y manoeuvred through the set to  th"- time of the music and the rhythm  of the n-io-l calls ot* the floor master,  rill    they     all     promenaded   to   their  .--e-a-t-S.  Th--   fLr.--   dance   was   over  and   the  _���������"���������  OF INTEREST  TO WOMEN  This is a Short Letter- But It  Proves the  Reliability  oi  Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound.  contest, first '''neat time and, finally,  yielding to the call of their own.wild  music, gave way to a droning refr_in  that intensified in pitch afg,the music  and the. contest continued. They  were exciting moments, and the excitement increased ih. intensity as  with dogged persistency both men kept  going. ;���������'**���������  "Snip bingv-ing!" * Two of the fiddle  strings gave way to the strain, *Sud-,  denly the music stopped, and, as sud-{  denly the dancers ceased; neither  one the winner nor the loser. A sudden" burst of applause followed the  cessation of the dance, and each contestant received heartiest congratulations from their respective admirers.  "Ba gar," pafited Joe wiping the perspiration from his brow, as he withdrew, "she is locky t'ing for 'Poleon,  ia   oeen   camping on.  uitur  w������y   ������������ , *������ ^"Af^ i'wi^r LUtl S  ith   cartloads  of buffalo  Hides  and   me' VI"1l%,Wt������P h S      P       y *  at the price of a hand Cream Separator. Easy to clean. . No piping  i--r������ installation. Anyone can operate." Portable���������wheets in and out.  Milks two cows at a time. Saves  time and*-drudgery. Users highly  satisfied. Every machine guaranteed.  WANTED ���������"A   FARMER   USSR  AGENT IN EVERY DISTRICT"  Write today and see how easy it would be for  you to pay for one of these machines by selling to  your neighbors.  TU MELOTTE  QREAM SEPARATOR  Pays for itself as it runs.   -Gets all the cream with  least labor���������lasts a lifetime.  The Melotte has been sold in Canada for 30 years. its suspended ballbearing bowl and enameled bowl casing renders- it the  easiestNrunning, the longest lived, easiest cleaned and most satisfactory separator In the world.   '  _._      That is why the  IVteIotte"factory runs night and day, the year  "round, with three shifts off men.  Low Prices.       Better value than ever/     Buy the Melotte, the  best and cheapest.  EVERY MACHINE GUARANTEED.  SjU!������S30&������3J.<->- ZJL  The shortage of tea cups was overcome by two or perhaps three making  use of the same cup or tin.  Among the interesting guests present a group of three Frenchmen and  two French half-breeds from Willow  Bunch and "Wood Mountain attracted  unusual attention. These jnen, who  had been camping on tlieir way east  w  other furs, were told of the "shindig,  and inrited by    passersby    to    come  along.      The group waa    under    the  charge of Joe la Tour, a man wbo,  with  the  characteristics of his  race,  was bubbling over with that sense of  humor and love of fun that won for  him the genial  favors  of such  company as he happened to be in.      Joe,  In commenling on the.-different dances,  particularly extoled the merits of the  old-fashioned    "reel    a    quatre,"   .or  "French fours," as    some    called    it.  This reel, being    an    unknown    one  among the guests, the young men Insisted  that an exhibition of "French  fours" be given by Joe and his companions,      To thisv i-equeBL they read-  1 ily agreed, and giving tho violinist tho  j air of ihe tuiip required, the four men  making   one   Bet,   took   possession   of  Lhe cenl.ro-ol the floor.  ,   Tho reel did not seem lo bo a com-  plicatfid 0110 ho far as evolutions were  -'onci-rnnd,  but  if,  required  a skill  in  the art of step dancing that few mod*  r-rn dan cos posses p.     They slop danced    on    tho    cornHVs-   thoy changed'  hanrlH around,  and  they  Bwung their  partners to r-mt tlmo    music    with    a  ���������--.'-������������������-!  -Inn   virtually  lined   the lighter  dancer-- off Ihelr feet.     One can readily croner.lve. of lhe exhilarating offoct  a nil *he rionimotion caused when acv  eral '--���������t.s of tY'-ii'.!- hold" down Iho iloor  nf Mie nrx- time.      Tlie vlt'orous linnil-  '���������"a-'l-liig   tUa������   followed     thin     dance.  KhowWl   that   l������   wiw  apni'-'ClariiMl  und  '���������-���������Joyed   hy Hie '-'-eclaton*.  J.'-'*, "-'"���������-ling tlm into^Jcallon of the  1*7re' 1 Ir. v,'!ili'h !i' ha*! Jur'f 1nlr*v-n purl,  *--;i"    ru-i    <-ull--    Katlidl-id.      IK-Hlrlng  C������l'  couples now occupying the floor. lioth ��������� Fifty-two Years With Firm  _^.elre g-od dancers.     Ronald, tall and      The-late W. C. Smart, lately count-  athletic,  guided his  graceful  partner | ing house inanager to Messrs.. W. H.  Both-well,,  Ont.���������4'I was weak and  run down, had no appetite and waa nervous. Thenurse-who  took enre of mo told  me to try Lydia E.  PLnkhanvs Ve g o-  ^tablc Compound,  and now I am get-  tin*; strong. I recommend your medicine  t-*t my friend**, and  you may use my  testimonial.''���������Mri*.  W.J. Brady, R-R.2*,  Both well, Ont.  Th-?* r-es'-ore "why  Lydia E. Pink ham'a Vegetable Compound is ro successful in overcoming  woman'H ilia Ih because it con tain a the  tonic, strength-!nin*"* proper(-*>���������* of fjood  ���������n"d-fn-'."n-1'*tT",'-'! r-y-^** nnd h^rh<*, wnieh  ect on the fornnlo organiarn. Women  from nils partn of the country are continually teatifyin-c to- itn atrengthening, - L;''nw.n������������ -K<nuA<<.m Dnw" "Poh-on hv  l-'-iionckil influence, nftrla������H contains '��������� " ^ 7 y'J'V" on le Tu-1 lleevev  no narcotics or ���������harmful clruga it I). ��������� \ \',,u'h : *,,hfnt >ou ������" "��������� Ju a HwVf������  saTo medicine Tor vvomea. ''VA, 1    ���������,, , ���������,    .,.,..,   -��������� . .1.. .,,,.    ..  If  ym-i   want,   apodal   a-lv1<*e   write!       rtn Koah, joe i������  lour. JinU   you on  Jjytlia "K. Pinkhftrn Medicine Co. (c.on-  Jiclt%r>ti'i)>, Lynn, Main, Your letter  Nvill. be opened, rcarf, and ttn-rtworcd by  sooi-.- ah?  "Ha, ha, Joe la Tour," was the quick  retort, "if you t'ink, ba gosh, I stop  inese'f for one hour more you mak'j  beek mistak'; sure I t'ink you dam*  glad de ledelle, she broke, an' stop  queek for save you; ah?"  Those bantering retorts from the  sporty contestants were received with  p������als of laughter and cheers of good-  natured amusement by the admiring  crowd*, whose enjoyment of the contest was manifested by their com:  ments.       r *  The violin soon put intd commission  again, the floor was cleared and n  waltz wn*.s called, which was led off  by Stonald and Mary- They were followed by Sergt. Melvin and Mrs. Mc-  TaviBh, and the polljpo constables,  whose natty uniforms of scarlet tunics  with tight blu,e, yellow-striped riding  breechefl, sot them off to advantage  among tho motly array of costumes  present. The^y were followed by several other couples in-the dance.  This was the first waltz Ronald and  Mary had during the evening. Alt*-at  once they Hoemed to bo the centre  of attraction as thoy gracefully glided  In and out. among the dozen or more  through the maze of other dancers  with the skill and grace required with  much practice.  (To be continued)  Germans Buy Irish Linens  Quite a sensation has been created  in the IrisH linen trade by a German  order for 115,000 dozen men's printed  handkerchiefs. This Is the largest  order Belfast has received for many  years.  Smith and Sons, the great 'firni. of  newsagents and booksellers, London,  whose stalls are on half the railway  stations of Great Britain, has Jeft an  estate valued at over $450,000.  He began., his career-as a. bookstall boy at Cardiff, and had 5_ years*  service with the firm. ���������  The California raisin crop for this  year will amount to 275,000 tons.  TEA  Don't waste your .time-  money in tvyin-gtoi find somei  thing '*just as good".jh&x  BLUE ?rib_M^tea; '' ��������� ~  waws-t.'S-v.**-. -""j?.-;.'  nr-������  ol' i  Is-- Maid io one of IiIh com-   ,,  , ...i...  VV  N-     U. "   1013  (la<! H,\if-*, we," !��������������� h-hI-I,  The ^liallenpre lnHiietl and acceplc-il,  all pi-eH������-nt wei''' (in I'dif'i witli exeltt--  i.i'-nl a I Ih-- t������i:'i>-,j>ee,(M of wHn'-wHliiK a  r-onleat '<��������� them uiiiun*-. "Viai-ay of  theiu   had   nnvr-r   even   hetiril   of   thin  mmmmmmmmmmmamsm  HBHHH  WMIBFj* hin^WWlliliWil  "- y^i^mmmm^' msmzxrmz  wmms  i$m  $i:;Mm^%$NA=-M  'M  l*rAP4> _-   aav at M������-t  wuklii tiarrt-fUNbd  RRIEBIVTMi-  ������_���������__������������������ia a. _    J_ xur&UU*  -_ IB  n  wgJ-iar-i  <3^stdnddrd  Aof���������^cUi0     g  fhrdverpqjr&cirs  4*h���������������������������  Living Costs May  Be Slightly Lower  Statistical    Expert   Gives   Predictions  ���������      ' .For Coming Season  There will be no decline in building  costs during 1924, according to Roger  Babson, the statistical expert, in. fbre-  v>cas'tlng    prospects ' for   "the    coming  ' season. *"���������      "        ' .    -  .ft  In other directions, however, his an  alysis and predictions of the cost of  living during^this -present year are decidedly cheering to the average household er.-  "Expenditures for food, clothing  and furniture and miscellaneous items  are less than they were three-years  a-go," states Mr. Babson, "but housing and fuel costs are higher. The  average man can now buy things that  cost him $1,000 in 1920 for ?800.  "Curing the next twelve months the  - -a*"-"  largest reductions can be looked for.  The other itema that go to make up  living costs will remain at-about their  present levels, with a possible sligh^  downward tendency in special instances."  Tlie London Scottish war memorial  at Messines was- unveiled by the King  of..the Belgians qn May 3.  Bocks weighing 50 pounds were  hurled 800 feet-by an explosion in tlie  crater of -Halemaumau .- yolcano,  Hawaii. *   , ���������_  The Britisii special service squadron arrived at'Auckland, N.Z.,-May 10,  and was -accorded "a  tremendous  reception.      , _,  ���������"-���������*"_  Surviving her l04-year-old nusbaud  by only "one day, Mrs. Malcolm Mac-  Lean, 103, "died May 13, at her home  in French Vale, near "North Sydney,  N.S.  Father" Thomas, "blind monk of. the  Trappisx order atjD-ka, has been decor-  ated --/itb.- -.he French- Cross of the  "Legion of Honor for services rendered  ,in the war, during which he lost his  sight.  . A, dispatch to the Giornale DTtalia  from , Tirana, Albania, says that in  consequence of tbe situation growing  out of the-recent, murder by bandits  of two United States citizens, a, military -dictatorshipp in Albania is believed to be inevitable.  More than three billion dollars have  been stolen from the people of the  United States since the war-, througb  the sate of spurieus securities, District  Attornej- Jacob H. Banton declared at  the annual meeting o������ the. New York  State Society of Certified Public Accountants,  s simple  method for  youthful  _ljL6SS  Millions have learned this easy, natural  way to keep that schoolgirl complexion  The beauty and charm that is plexion lovely, radiant, youthful.  priceless to every woman and girl *^But beware of harsh cleansing  may be had by this simple methods. They injure skin,  method.        - _  Millions have found the secret  of having and keeping com  plexions radiant and lovely as a  schoolgirl _. A method that you,  too, may employ.  ' Regularly do this  Cleanse-the skin regularly," au--  thorities say, to keep your com-  Madein  Canada  f  Ladies Remove Their Corns  In A Very Simple Way  % -  ���������  No pain, no trouble, costs only a  quarter. - ,It is a very simple thing to  paint on a, small application of good  old. "Putnam's" night and morning. To  Wash -thoroughly with  Palmolive Soap���������each night before retiring. Rub the creamy,  foamy lather well., into the tiny  pores. Rinse ��������� and repeat the  washing.  Then rinse again.*  Then���������if sfc'n f_ dry���������apply a  little cold cream. That. is all.  Skin so cared fof is not injured  hy cosmetics, by wind and sun,  or by dirt. *  s The simple, correct- way  You cannot find a more effec  tive beauty treatment. Because  Palmolive Soapiis blended of rare  - palm, and olive oils���������famous for  mild    but    thorough    cleansing  *- qualities since the days of Cleopatra.  And it is inexpensive.  ' Just make sure you get  Palmolive ��������� which is never sold  unwrapped. Ail dealers-have it.  Get some and-follow this simple  method for a week. Results will  surprise and encourage you.  Remember that arms, shoulders,  throat rieedj-has treatment, too.  Let Palmolive do for your whole  body what it does for the face.  Volume and  efficiency  produce 2Sc *  quality for  10c  v  THE PALMOLIVE COrvfPAN*V OF  CANADA, I.IMITED  Winnipeg Toronto Montreal  Palm and olive oils'���������nothing else'-give  Nature's green color to'PaFmoliwe soap.  2402  remove corns, to    get    entirely    free*- eal Australia  them, use Putnam's, Corn & Wart  Extractor. It is- guaranteed*:"- 25c at  all dealers.     Refuse a substitute.  Ants Enslave Spiders  . Entomologists nave discovered that  the green ants^ capture and enslave  spiders and force -them to spin w.ebs  which they cover with leaves and utilize in the construction of their nests.  .Many of, these nests were discovered  by an expedition which visited tropi-  Income Tax Figures  "Uantlty of the ants  Italy is reported -to have a surplus  of 300,000 people to send "abroad tfifs  year. -* .  and spiders -were obtained for a more  detailed study of their habits and  peculiarities.  1  FACE BROKE OUT|  WITH JMPLES l  Hard, Large and Red.  Cuticura Mealed. -  ���������  ������K*WMM-MM_M  " My face broke out with pimples I  that were hard, large and red. Thcy  featered and scaled over, and itched  and burned causing me to scratch  them, I tried several different remedies but they did not help any. I  read an advertisement for Cuticura  Soap and Ointment and purchased  some, and after using them about a  month S wasTcompletely healed.'*  (Signed) Mlsaf Catherine I. Carter'  Aberdeen, Hospital, New i Glasgow,  Nova Scotia. '^/.       ,;7''\;'  Cuticura Soap, Ointment and Talcum promote and maintain skin purity, skin comfort and skin health  often"when all else fail ._���������������  IU(L S������*at. PM-lll*, W.. -ataatn^^dsvery-  whir-, Bo.pSSa Olnftm^-itZS-fcadSOiy Taleam 25c.  'CuUcipr*. Soap .-.re. withoutmuc.  Chew it after  every meal  It stimulates  apgnetlte and  aids dlfl-estionu  It makes your  food do you more  Uf������-c������������_������ ������"*������>"->������*������ SftOW  It relieves that alully icellntj  alter hearty eatlnff.  _Wtalten������ te������t_.  a w e e ! e B fl  t������r������������-atli MmtB  tt*-*thea<M>dy  .that  A  Production Of Canada Forests  Total   Estimated  Value_~For Calendar  Year "of    1S22   Given    As  $170,850,096 V  -- . An. -estinva^e^oCwtatal forest production iri Canada has recently been prepared    by    the   Dominion Bureau of  Statistics for the calendar year 1922.  This estimate includes    all    unmanufactured   material   cut   in   Canada-  forests and is the first attempt that  has been made to estimate in detail,  "the r_te at which forests; are being exploited.       "    _  " .  . Saw logs fo������ domestic use head the  list as far as total value is concerned  with over fifty-five    million    dollars'  worth of material produced.      Pulpwood for domestic use comes second  with a total value exceeding forty million  dollars.   ��������� Firewood  with thirty-  eight  million,   and  pulpwood  for  export with over ten million dollars are  among the more important items. The  total estimated value  of all primary  forest products is $170,850,096.  Witb regard to annual consumption for 'use, the production' of ^re-  wobd is the heaviest drain on --/forest  resources, amounting in 1922 to almost  eight hundred and flfty million cubic  feet of standing timber. Logs for  Canadian sawmills came second with  almost three and a. half million feet  board measure, equivalent to seven  hundred and fifty mLllion cubic feet ot  standing timber. Pulpwood for Canadian pulp and paper-mills amounted  to about tlire-^million cords, equivalent to .about three hundred and flfty  million . cubic feet. ] Other-products  In order of importance from the quantity standpoint were railway tl^a,  pulpwood for exports, logs Tor export,  fencing material, mining timber,  square timber for export, hardwood for  dlBtlllatlon, poles and miscellaneous  products.  Quebec heads Jhe list in forest production both .for. qu^allty "ol material  and value of products. This province  heads the Hat In the production ol  JBrewood, pulpwood, fencing material,  square timber for export and miscellaneous products. It also contributes a large proportion of Clio saw  logs, railway ilea, poles and hardwood  ���������for di_Ullai.au.  WHEN BABY IS ILL  Amount   of    Tax    Paid    by    Farmers  Shows Heavy Decline  Some-interesting figures concerning  the. income tax - have been tabled in  the house. Since its inception the income tax -has contributed to the public treasury some $215,000,000- Beginning with about $9,500,000 in the  fiscal year 1918-19, it gradually Increased year by year and reached the  "peak of $78,500,000 in 1921-1922.  In tjbe fiscal year 1922-1923 it' drop-  When the baby is ill; when he-cries  a great deal and' no amount of attention or petting m__ea<_ him happy,  Baby'sjOwn Tablets should be given  tion and indigestion; break up feolds  and simple fevers and make teething  easy.- They are absolutely guaranteed to be free from opiates and-narcotics and can be given to even the  new-born babe with perfect safety  and always with beneficial results.  The Tablets are sold by medicine  "dealers or by mail at 25 cents a box  from The Dr; Williams' Medicine Co.,  Broclcville, Ont.  The average backyard by any other  name would ��������� inspire no landscape  painter.  Iped to $59,750,000.      Figures for the  i last fiscal year are not available.  Income tax collected/ t-om agrarians  is included In these figures but afterwards  they  are  analyzed  separately.  him without delay.    The Tablets are  Some of the provinces show that col-  a  mild  but  thorough-laxative  which'      H f Mg      j f      .f  regulate the bowels, and sweeten the]* ";". .-.���������.? ��������� , ������_  stomach and thus* drive out cohstipa- fluctuated considerably. Saskatchewan farmer^ paid $572,055 in 1921-1922  and.dropped to $214,940 in 1922-1923.  Alberta, farmers' began with $179,3^9,  and dropped to $94,846. Farmers* of  the Yukon began, with $10 and*" rose to  $101.  Canada's public purse* has "benefitted to t~"!������, tune of $192,334,507 from  the business profits ��������� tax- since its inception in 1917 and up to March 31,  1924. It reached its peak in 1920  when $44,145,18-1 was paid "on this account and It touched its lowest point  In the fiscal year just closed when  $4,752,680 was the amount paid by  Canadian business under this .head.  The figures are, given in . a return  tabled in the House of Commons.  Livestock-* Exports  Upward Trend Is Shown in Exports Of  Livestock and Meat Products  Total cattle - exports to the .United  States during the "mouth of March  amounted, to 7,596 head, as compared  with 6,356 in March, 1923, andfto Great  Britain 11,388 head, as compared -with  11,373 kead.~ Beef exports- totalled  2,056,000 lbs.; bacpn, 10,457,800"lbs.;  pork, 1,099,100 lbs.;-and mutton, 15,500  lbs., as compared with. 3,641,600 lbs.  of beef, 8,043,000 lbs. of bacon, 478,-  G00 Ibs_of pork, and 13,500 lbs. of mutton, respectively, in March, 1923.  Do _ot s���������Sfe?  anaiher day m Ut  Itch i xlb. Bleed-  WW.ins Piles. M������  WpF. surgical oper-  ^���������^ as Ion required.  Dr. Chase*.-- Ointment will relljnroyou at onw  and afford lasting DQaeflt. *"0c. a *������J-t: a_l  dealers, or Edmonson, Bates a- Co.. Undt-ed.  -_oronta. Sarapla Box free tC yon mention this  paper and enclose 2s. stamp to pay postage.  /  Worms feed upon the vitality of  children and endanger their lives. A  simple and effective remedy is Mother  Graves" Worm Exterminator.  ���������.'7  MONEY OHDERS  Avoid loss when sending: money hy mail  ���������Use DomUiion Express Money Orders���������  the sate, convenient. Inexpensive way.  The Fillipinoq have the last public  holiday in] the year. ^It is Rissal Day,  celebrated December 30;  MRS. HENRY  McDONALD  There is no poisonous Ingredient in  Itolloway's Corn Remover, andJl can  be used without danger or in_ur���������  'A>.: 7,000 ..Settlera In April  Western Canada received approximately 7,000 new settlers from overseas during April, according to figures  Issued by the Canadian National Railways at Winnipeg. This marks the  heaviest influx Into the Dominion since  pre-war days- and is stated to be tin-  advance guard of thousands more who  will pour into the west during this and  succeeding months.  Cigarette Papers  Large Double Booh  120 Leaves ������������  Finest You Can Buy/  J&S  .AVOID iNBITATIOHS ^"?  THERAPION No. 1  THERAP-ION W0.-t  THIERAP1ONN0.3  ���������*.t for Bladda--* Catarrh. Ma. ��������� tar Blood *  ���������kla DltMits. Ro. 3 forChronloV*������a\*-na*i������������.  MLDavLBAI^GCa-K���������1STS.PR-CKIM S������<\I.la>D.3*.  Z>K.TC������Ct.B������CUsa-.Co.lIai������aT.tockR������1.N.W.A. La-dom.  ������k lUii nt r.ou Tl. *-KOMT~T. HAST. TO HON I On,  ������_   IU.   K-r.   F������L-t,   Sti*������t  WtST.   UOXTWUU  Coops Re'gufating.', Compound-  A.sa-fe, Rell-ihle, rf RuUtui)* ���������  medielnf 'ot -w������f,rn', 'Pol-I- \h  !.X!if<-- drtitt., .rt-'.'i'-vi;jf, ,*s,;..l-   $1;"  "v..-.,*, >'>; N.o,.?r,'.-jki'^'-. -.->;-Ui, Hy' tJX  ,p|rv.y,*-'������i(.-������ii.������rHl (>������f j'������(.J<^' ir.pi) t .  Vs*  Qulchuas, natives of Bollvla,;go for  days without food, chewing cocoa  leaves from which cocaine is derived.  This Article Will Interest  - Every Mother! -     .;  Toronto, Ont.-*-" Dr. I-iorco'a Favorite  "Proscription 1a tho greatOHt hnlp In  motherhood of any medlclno I havo over  Icnown. I am tho mother of .six chlldror-  mid 1 suflurcd Broatly each tlmo except tho last ono, when I was advised  to take Dr. -Jorcote Favorite Prescription, which I did, and I got along- jnst  lino; felt well and stroiitt andhadprac*  llcnllyno B-ifTovlns*,. nnd h-m'"'n f-ran������l  Asthrha Oocon't Wear Off Alone.  Do not make the mistake or waiting  for asthma to wear away by Itself.  While you are waiting the disease is  surely- gathering a stronger foothold  and you live Iq danger of stronger and  yet stronger attacks. Dr. J. D. 3vel-  logg's Asthra-t. Remedy taken early  will prevent incipient condition lrom  becoming chronic and saves hours ol"  awful sufferlni������:  "7YR'--^-:ooK,''*M'*:oi-ciNC--i-eor  ���������      Taro-I*.-'li'mat'i' Wiadxn .   -��������� -,      .    ' 'i   . I-.   ���������������������������*Jf.',,..,-. r ', ii''m, I,  \,i  6\  lino; foltwcll and stroiitt andhadprac-  llcnllyno B-ifTovli-ti*,. nnd h-m'"'n f-ran������l  baby,  that has  "always  been vory \  JicaTtliy.   I regained my strength very  A Matter o? Sl_e  He.���������"I am not such a big fool as I  used to be."  She.���������**I      LliouRht      you      looked  thinner."  A beautiful carmine Is obtained from  the dahlia. .   '  tVtinard'e Liniment for Fallina Out or  Hair  oulcliljr afterward. I was so tiirinUfiil,  tp, havo boon advised of thin medlclntj,  Itgavomo such wotulorful holp."���������Mrs.  Henry McDonald, OiWUmot Avonuo.'  Health In of vital Importance to every  mother. Do not, nr-ptlf-ct -thr* most valuable nssot you havo. fclob this Transcription ol Dr. Pierce's fmm your nolghbor-  hotid dru-i-{l������t, In tablets or liquid, *-or  ������������n<'' io f(M*i.M for trial uackaiee to Dr.  PI ore-"'a Laboratory la iirJUffoDurg, ont.  Minard's Llnlnnicr-t for Diutcmper  ���������Wi.naiaaiiiaiaaO������Mliii.w��������������� paaaaaaaa.���������������������������aMaa������  True Enouoh  Fcg.���������What do you think of Czechoslovak la?  Peg.���������-Well, It's hard to say.  J  the real  ���������^rt'pr^^  st.������IJpt������s  Mbirti'-'*      LSnlment,      the    Athtet-s"-  Romedy  With  Ihe  credit*.  Iclt  in!  *jpg^^.    ������2������������|^|0    _jr*K>^lT���������*  ~UAri������a tha B-of-an CUs.  LimlttA.   Mon.trcas.1.  .  a������v. ������. a.i-1- SJCTgTjj  _^���������;*^we^*na==_Baai������^  ���������������^--*|--'  Mijiia^,ajCTawaiaB^aainlyaiiwai,jwja|'uj^iaii.iiMi  ^ ~" -^~*** ~      i. ^  . A,.- s~ M   ?., o  1        'a . ,'j-.   -.- '     * '      "...  ������"__   _"'ss*'--"*"8"������-''Bf -"S'H'WTH'W'  *���������*   ���������       '      ���������_������������������  *-^. *a/-aalWJa_mr .Ma.   -a\~  Ja.*y a^W___>     ������-"    ���������   "���������      ��������� ���������"  **>   Softool -IKMM.    U������������|>   g.    DI-lJ.r������ll������Q     r>f    ml-  naosti SSOO, surely there will-be no  abjection to investing not leas than  half this unexpected surplus as a  start on operations.that will, within the next tw6 or three years* give  the village a. school ground that  will igiye all \,ttKe/ people the same  satisfaction' that"? .comes to the citi-  ^en^^jwli������ practises the excellent  gcspel that well kept grounds are  the town's bestead vertisement.  A Village Meeting  Tn* ������nme   -rooruinto       M^,   4-1*  the,lSth:*ari|J he gusts- "theuaiost important in the history of the village  and any������-jap wf bo iBais-.esafeily sure  of what village fforerament means  and how it will be worked out in  every detail; should -certainly make  it a point to h*** amongst those pres.  ent next Friday  everting.  I  i  !  THE CRESTON REVIEW  Issued every Friday at Creston. B.C.  Subscription : $2.50 a year in advance.  $3.00 to U.S. points.  C. F. Hayes. Editor and Owner.  CRESTON. B.C.. F1UDAY.JUI.T-11  Imorooe the fSro&nd&  dren, purely in the hope -that ths  youngsters wilt be impressed by  their environment and* will he all  the-better and more useful citizens  for having been brought- up in the  best possible home surroundings.  But what is the use of all this effort  if the children    are   to   he   turned  A rather * healthy sign of . the  fcim.es is the announcement else  -where chat,a meeting to discuss  municipal affairs will he held on  July 18th, in Speers3 Hail. When  disinterested citizens are willing to  dig up fluids to pay half rent and  advertising cost to enlighten all  and sundry on ���������matters that are no-  bodys business in particular and  everybixiys affair in general it  would look as if*, residents are tak -  itH-r uaumeipal matters a lot more  seriously than they do  community  For. Saxjb���������Jersey, io-wv - six years  old. freshened June ifith, first class  milk and -butter cow.- Price- 8100.  Mrs. O. David^-p, Wynndel.  t* vr**.**? ~^-  iVJLiliifJxisi  __ ���������__*__   For  te.  Singing,  Organ &i3&t^  Lessons  _=--*=  AMIHUR COLLIS> Cveaton  P.O.BurT**  Lifi! pjigtfi Lodge- H������. 21195  -' Meets -PHIRD THUkSDAY of  each"   month    at   "TWercant'Se  . , Hall,, "Viaitin--;brethrencordi-  '"ally in-fittSfi., ~    ' ,7.-       _"^  ~ZZ      BRTEC OLSON. W.M.  j. flPo "������.a.c-_Bia_a������������*it������  ��������� ���������-��������� re���������--"������ ��������� ���������������������_> <  a-l. I o wr 4TWa-������>a m at  .A      4-lint.  Sir far as'our information goes  the meeting- has no definite obecfc-  ive. other than giving to those in-  t^restedTall th������- available inform  atioiT ion .local self government,  wltieb. will become directly effective  with the election J of the permanent  "'--������������������^sgs com nsssssosiers on t������������i������y ������otu.  1 -_rfc"*5r^p-<si-_*-a_fl  VAST SUNT SUNK IN OPER-  ATION OE PROVINCE'S  PULP AND   PAPER  IwuUsikY  British CoSuiubia OolyGui. Ope  Thousandth   Part "of   Her'  Pi_l-p������ "W^ood.^ A_J!i-i_lIy  UgKft  ��������� n  a 'New Stock of  Harness  Second Hand Swore in  :z?BmmSS%:s8x0**  In connection with the annual  school meeting on Saturday night  it is to he hoped those preset t will  give favorable .consideration to the  move to get on with a definite plan  for beautifying the school grounds*  Recently tbe director of eleraen-^���������~eck things -"ten  tiary education has submitted a  plan for this work. To many it  will probably appear too elaborate  and too expensive*, but it at least  has the merit of giving the new-  board something to work on, and if  the cost is excessive the work can  be spread over a few years, or only  those features of the plan as appeal  need be adopted. Ol necessity any  such work -would have to be done  over a period of at least two years  in- order to allow the scholars at  least half the present school area  to play on whilst the other half  was being beautified.  Even to those  who are the loud  est at preaching economy tbe pres  ent state of the school grounds cannot be exactly pleasing.    Here  are located in the   garden   of  Kootenay, with climatic conditions  that  render it possible to make a  place attractive,  but in spite of the  natural   advantages    we   have   a  school  ground    without   a   fence,  trees,   shruha.   flow**���������-,    none   t*x*  mucin gram, and ������ti_t about aa un  inviting generally as it would  be  possible to make it.  Jtaat why this  should   be   so   is  rather  mysterious.    For the most  part our citizens take considerable  pergonal   pride    in   having   their  places of business and their residences looking   quite   presentable.  Flower ^.rdeiiiM  ������__��������������� everywhere iu  evidence.    So far ha water will per-*  mit bhe lawns   arc   taken   care of*  We all have a few shrubs and shade  trees, around  homo.    AH are Quite  willing to have their own premises  look right,  but when  it comes to  giving the trustees a  little money  to keep up   the   game   appearance  around a- Mvena-roftm f-ohocl���������wwll,  collectively we don't *veem  to take  as much   pride m thing-  as we do  as individuals, that's a oertainfcy.  The flame th.������#   <"*PPH������������   in   the  home.    With   many flaorillces are  iof������-M% xnade to make tho home tK.ni  forfcable and atfcraotive for the ohil  loose on a   school    .._            is just tne reverse or what you: are  expecting to have a beneficial influence in connection with the  home training.  In talking this school ground  beautincation it is surprising how  often one hears the remark that it  will be money wasted; thetkids wi|]  fr .km swm     *.am������m^11.������       _.������     ^^...44.       .1 s.  a/a^aaj^_    $50sa*;a cauj       aara    a catov    ..&  the trustees can improve them.  And there" may he, considerable  truth in the remark, but/surely the  youth of Creston is no worse than  that of Wynndel, where a very presentable school ground has been  -maintained for at least the past ten  years. At Canyon they have trees  and even two memorial ^ablets in  the school yard that go fairly well  unmolested,, and our recollection is  that at Eriekson���������where no wings  have"s.B yet been discovered on any  of the scholars���������the school grounds  have a decidedly neat   appearance.  Even admitting   that   the   local  scholars   are   the    regular   young  demons they   are   sometimes   pia  - tured. surely the situation looally is  bad  ^BefoJ-e.:" 1 he* m*-et isi g adjou rns,  however, it is -to be hoped that the  promoters;"wilt riiake an effort to  select thiree or jnore of the best  men available to stand for election  as commissionera for the village.  If or at least tlie first two years it ia  most desirable that very competent  men be at the head of affairs. Once  the village is of������ to a right start it  should not be difficult  for succeed  ii*G������ rrfumirtil*-'" 1 nf-'ir������r-r>"p-  the   <*_-''*'*-lIei!t  -      ar. ��������� -���������- "a-tf        -*_-w       ~_.^_--_~> ^ w  work of the original village fathers  In addition to disseminatinjat use-  fnl     municipaT     liliormat-ion     and  bnn-ging out   possible   candidates,  the meeting will do well to express  appreciation of  the -work   that the  temporary commissioners and clerk  have already   done.    It   has   l>een  the duty   of   these appointed  copn-  jnissioners to do' 'much preliminary  -work that will simplify matters for  their successors. s.and   for the   time  and effort so  cheerfully and  efficiently  given   at   least   a   vote   of  thanks is due them.  It is estimated that the- huge  sum of $50,000,000 is invested in the  manufacture, of ptilp and paper in  British-^Cohimbia -which is . one of  the great divisions of the Forest  Products industries"' of this province." British G<"ltsn*i!*ia possesses  the finest stand,of high grade pulp  wood in the   World.    The quantity  '-_ ���������_ 3      _, a.        -I Cart itift fL *������/vrt      *������     - _  x*>       |������������a*U^a-a      Ha/        Mjn%P.W\J9WJIV      IL.      Or  255.000,000 cords.  In 1922 the pla?ttB of British Columbia converted 274.000 cordq or  roughly a thousand th part into the  manufactured product. Yet British Columbia prodnced 9,2-percent*  of HU thcTpulp and 9t6   per cent, of  a������l?     ftt������������������   araa an_������������   in    tltea-T\n������r������"������*"rf^������_   *������^^  .M..J. ������'..,. J_^__.,._ M.. ���������..fc.      __.-������^...*. ..���������.#���������.. ...  Shast emd Harness RGBmhrh&t  -and  1  "P!.  m.   . k_������^-a_*  -w.fi--. *������  _^fcJE"J^fl_   1UI  In 1922 the pulp and paper industry of British Columbia, employed 1823 persons in its plants  alone with an annual* payroll of  $3,573,000, and a]"tent oonside-rably  ovw $8,000,000 in ihe pur.thase'of  pupplies. In_addition the.logging  of tlie tT*vw."-injSiterial 7empS������������ys siiany  hundreds oJtl������jatv anidv ������re������tlyj*dds  to the industry's payroll.    *   ���������  Etiorniouflr sums are spent annually* in renewals of mnohinery, enlargement of plants, and in keeping the-processes tip j to the latest  scientific- atRndardis. *  The establishment of a modern  palp and paper plant entails the  expenditure of several million dollars. The growth of an industry  vast enough to keep pace with our  increasing pulpwood supply is only  a question of creating taxation conditions that will (-noourage the investment of the huge sums heeded.  Apple  isoxes ana  Crates.  Appie  al  Our Boxes are all made of  Pine;  no Hemlock- used.  . Printsiag on teo_"_s, done  -    in two colors.  A nrvlo  Boxes with ais can  also -get ~ the  Bull Nose  Apple Ci-rfte.  SI   ������������  llClfd  BULL. FOR SERVICE       . ,  R������*KiHt*-red Holatein Bull AriussIz Sir  liiilu ffor spiv ley. Fee- S3. AD. LEAR-  MONTH, Oreaton:  we|not tOjbe allowed to go from  the to worse. Sometime the rightabout face will have to be tried,  and it might ab well he AD. 1924  as any other year. Even if pre s  vailing don't-give-a-darn temprn-  ment is really incurable in the present generation of scholars, remedial  measures should be instituted to  train up at least the beg'Tiiiers  somewhat differently, if possible.  For a start it would he well to  fence the grounds, and if the rate  payers are not in the humor to  provide any further finances the ob  eervance of the old time arbor day  would suffice to start the tree  planting., partimilarly as the trees  are supplied free by tho dopartmont,  accord ing- to Mr. Gibson.  For this besse'ftt of onfc o?-t3*e-v"l-  lage aehool' taxpayers it can lie  pointed out that the w&H-appenring  school n-frottnd! i** quit* as import**!--*  to them as to the resident with hi  the village. Worth while land  buyers ������re not at all* likely to lie  imprciaacdl by a dintrict that thinke-  -w> 3 it tier of itself thibt it won^fc oven  koop up a,ppimvi.M'.t\a around- Ete-  sole aommmi-ifcy tan nnnneed tttiiliby.  With bhe trustee boiird of th������  piwt year having ho- capably (Hiian--  cecl   thlrvgl   thitt    they   olo������e>   tht-  Attiactive  ID  ww oaf  Our stock of MEN'S SHIRTS is complete and all our  Shirts are cut roomy ���������      '     "  aa.���������������������##   1.50 to ,$2.00  MEN'S WQRK SHIRTS in Khaki, Old Hickory and Blue..  DRESS SMIRTS in White  Madras, Irish   Balloon Cloth, Repps,  Twills, _to., in plain and fancy stripes, witli collars.attached     -  and detached at.... ...i.........  .: 1.65 to $3.50  These Shirts are manufactured for as by Forsyth, Delpark, Tookes i  and other first-class makers  Our MEN'S-- UNDERWEAR for SUMMEiK ���������:  ���������    include vv������a.tsG-_- s and Pc__-_i-biir s  *    . ��������� ���������   ���������       ' '   ��������� ���������-. .,���������':.'       ���������������������������'.��������� .'���������''������������������ ,.,, .,.,,, ���������>���������  i   ,���������;  i ���������        .' x; '''���������'     : : :   ���������,;.''       ;.''���������.'���������  Shhts and Drawers at $1.00 each.        , Athletic^ Underwear,at ,:$l.3&  'ZZ':. a    Combinations 2,00 and $2.25 ":/.."--;- S'-''-'-".^'^"  .  MEN'S COTTON SOCKS, Black and Brown, at��������� 2Bc.:\  ��������� SILK LISLE SOCKS* Black or Brown, 45 arid.GScZ-ZA .  sasxsz  sxc  asss  "Mi'V'^'-T'l'-r'il  PCrPCTfil^ 'iiFOPAttTII'��������������������������������������������������� Pfi  LSfiyilTEO  m*mmmmm  tmmim  JSjJMBfflSjB^Hffl  iiiiiiMiiiiiW  ***<* -ian-M-*- - _���������    f     . .  ���������-V*"''' r~~   ,{~Ti~  ".i-t,  -1,  *'%  _--u*--* ^-_9WiE"*fi-_&"fc_r-  eft -*->��������������� ste"���������-? ���������  j.  -.-.._.     ^r_aa>_Caaa������jM.-������j-������a     jeu g a��������� 19  ri*iiiilil_il*tf idliri LI y~Li Ul  HAY JIMI^fllt SOD  ��������� Moving only recently taken river the M issey Harris*agency I  ������i������ mit familiar with the nka--h3n*������*- in cise-iii the Valley.    .  - *��������� -    --. --*-      /     ** >  Those needing, Repairs ah&wdd order NOW and be ready.  JM*ake_a note of the no'"her of fcha part ��������� etggsvr-ed- the nuuibei* of  - " the n*^ qhine is not always sufficient.        ^ ..  In 's&GcJhi' No. 14 MoweT^one-horae. with shafts.  New Capitol CREAM SEPARATOR? GQQ-!b, *>**-.  ��������� *  CH'AS-   TVfT T ������2 ������? TRr_iIj  ���������j N"**W_^,������ r.T'l      aa-������_fc-   aa_*_ j.A_H_aa ���������    -^.^a***" "V ^ ���������-a-*������������������ ^"a���������.���������a-* ______  I  "ff- to-carry on the school "for the ensuing '  ������  twelve months. - -   - ���������     x x. -j  ��������� S i     Miss , Rose' OSierKngton",   --yh"*' h*"s"J  I  taught- school- at- Twin- Butte,   near,  -Pmi-her Creek,- Alta.. th* -past   year-  arrived home o^Thnri-dj*|- last forr the  r summer variation- -  --  " *    , .* ,     "'- *'-' '  ���������' -      "  I Fob. Sa_je���������One- open hack buggy  with pole And shaft*; single ~ harness,  with collar; d������ufele������-driving harness;  nil in good condition. Pt,iee $11*1. C.  S. Parker. Ci_htn*������*-k. *   *  *.i       ' 7 '   *  T. Goodwin i-*.(the July .addition to  the auto-owning fraternity at Creston,  his pu8-chase"heing a. used Ch������-vrolet,  which he see-uirvcl. from Mr. Candler, a  newcomer to the-Valley. ~  The Women*** Institute July"seBsion  is hem**; nt'-id'thfe evening  in the Palish" Hall, and   after   a   short business  session there wiii  be   several   aiub'cai  niinibers by theJEtiotenay orchestra.  -������ 5 r-s -*_ r^>^T  vyri������or������      v h   ii   j  -  -    - ���������-     - - A    v^, ^^  LADIES, ATTENTION!  See our Bargains  in  _  ������Bf_������_  IB  yuu mm;?m m mmm, im  moving opt tor less h  M     ^&%Mm]  Buy the Tire that through  1 its   excellence   fias   won  .more    users    than    any**  other kind. "  <<.  Buy   the'   Ty-es   with    the  tread  that writes   "good  I  wear.  TIRES in 30 x 3h size  *__-������������-*������_*-'# _r������o Emm*** mt%ta> .CO  -%-fll  g"m m\s-mm*-mmmm jj mmmm -a-_*-������-w-   -a****** y������������ 'm\%0 mr  Don9f is-iss this opportunity!  Buy now!  BCiHTTIE ft  -Mrs. (Dr.) Hen^ersoi;. with  San-dy,  Jean and Mai*gai*et, got away pi? Friday on a two   months   holiday   visit,  east, which .will, be spent with friends  at Toronto, _nd other Ontario centres-.  FOR- SaXB���������Six- rebiiiit Ftu-d cars in  Al condition, iviih truck hact*; aisn  one-Ford touriiig.car. These cars* wrsll  he Mild at- the 'right pi*ice. ��������� Apply  Uranhw ok Qarag-e, i-.ox 12. Cranhrrfofc  B.C _  aiisses Fio-t-4-nce'Und asiidred MvDonald, who have charge of schools in Al-  Hilkniner va������-Hti������*U' with their parent's.  RSr. and Sirs. H.  "A*". McDonald, Glen-  coe ranch.        ������ .-.  * " *"  Bert Norri-*, who a*e������*ently s*o!d Ci-e-?-  tc������n. Bakei-y' to   W. Frasei*,   and   has  since t.een h������il������_Hyin--: at  Victoria, ������i*>  rived'hark on Saturday for a couple ������f  daym stay,-and left on Wed nesday for  Mr. and -Mrs. Harold Goodwin of  K.ellng*-;��������� I-."taho,,_������*pe*������t the Fourth of  July and two or-������.hree miceec-ling* days  on a motor trip Va Creston, for a short  visit" with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.  T. Goodwin."-'" ������" "*" '  cwwyrTao^rarp ������rvm-i CAHS j_!S*I>  "~~      "TBUC3KS  JMHSrjTS  1  1  I  P. BURNS & CO., Ltd. i  MEAT MERCHANTS  a  TAB.  1  :B_BH���������ATO  BUB  -ej-ff^i | ww fa | _    Litis  jL&nsggssEw-���������&���������������' St4������ti@noF&  wmm  /  i *wi  A P  1  fRE-feMPTSONS r  - vacant, unreBerved, ^ surveyed  ,aj������own lands may be preempted .by*  Brttlsh" suhjecta over -3 years of acre.  and "by aliens on declarlns- Intention  ^.o- become 'British subjoota, condl-  x'o-aS ."upon residence,": occupation,  , and Improvement for agricultural.  purpose*.  Full information conc������rnliiS" re������u-  a-tlona" regarding-- pre-emptions la  j?.ven In Bulletin l5"������. 1, Land Series,  "Hew to "Pre-empt I_uid," copies of  - wbi&h can be ohtalhed free of charge  by addressing- the XJepartment of  -Lands. Victoria, B.O-, or to-any-Qovr  etnment Agent.  Records will be granted covertng  unly land suitable for agricultural  purposes, and which $a not tlniber-  tanc, I.e., carrying- over B,<50t> boar-  feet per acre west of the Coast Range  and 8,000 feet per acre eaat of that  Range.  Applications'  for pre-emptions are  .t> be addreesed  to  the I-and  Com-  iafaValon������r of the l^and "Recording *Di-  vtBlon; ln which the land applied for  is a-iltua.ted, and, are made on printed  formtL  copies of which  con be Obtained from the _4&nd Commlflaloner.  Pve-emptlonD must be occupied for  Hive yeam and -improvement*- made  to value of $10  per aero,  including  7 clea-Hng- and cuEtlvatlng- at leant five  acreo, before a Grown Grant can be  ���������]' - r-ocelyeftT-': ��������� ���������;       ���������   ;; ' ;:-';:';; ���������?.:;,-'     ;,::;;  _Vw mora detailed Information mm  tbe    Bulletin    "How    to    Pre-empt  ���������-. s-wadj*        ���������'   ���������*-.. ���������.."��������� ������������������-���������...-, - "-;;- -��������������������������� ������������������  PUnOHAQE   V  A-   Appltcatlona are mcelved for pur-  ��������� chese-   -of;' vtt&mstft,.. acid -., asaroservod -  ;     Crown  lande, -dot Ixung tlinborland,  7 for -agricultural purposea" minimum  prio* of flrat-ela-t- (arable) land 1* f 6  per ocrey and Bocond-cuusB (_r_King>  land |I,M per acre. Further,Information regarding purcnaae '* or iea������������  .   of Crown lands la given In Bulletin  No. 10. Land Stories, "PutmIuui* anfl  ' i_eaae of Crown fc-ai-ads."' n  Mill, factory. or Induatrlal sites on  timber land, not e-cesdlng- *0 acrss,  '   may toe purohaaed or leaaed, the condition-!,     Including      payment      of  ���������;���������'���������" atumpage-   ., ni.'., A- A--'.  ���������" I tTn������urvoyod areas, not ekoeadlng 10  acre*,, may bo leased as homoaltea,  ,7 conditional upon a dwelling being  v. ������er������ota-8 in the flrat year, title belna  obtainable after vesidsnoe and im-  .. prc-veacaeat e_*E.a!tSft������i������ , sre fulfltt*������fl  :   and - I-ind has been jaurveysd.    -  '.-"' l .',���������'--r-.-'t-iuMuis  For eroBlng' and lnduc-trt&S pur-  i-i������mm������ -weiMs wo* '-**������<seedit-3- 6-������**i!M!!!re*  may ba leased,by on* person or *i  ���������oompea-ty,  GRA-INO ;/7  Under ths Olraslng Act tha Prov-  *4no������ la dlvtdsA into grauklng dlmtrleU  ana tha rang* ��������� admlntatered undsr n  arajclnfl* Co-nmlsEloner. Annua)  ^erasing perynlta ore issued bssod on  nupaBji&ra mutl^G. ID-'S'ttrlty hitium glv������tn  io oatabllshed own������ro. Btodt-ownerai  inn-W form ,.oascMilatJ������iti*- Sfcm> *m*ttt������  ma.*iagemant. Vrm. or'partially frse,  iH*vrmlta ar������ ������va!labl������ . for settlers,  t-amp������ars airv_ tmvalOara, up to ton  .dead.  - For' Sax.*--���������*Ba.bj-*s ,pvR_-, -BuBlish  naake^f- 5iP������ gOott 4htfpe*.f' ^AppIy-^-Mls*  ���������Vaerle^.      A--\   =-*.- -.\*���������_*-���������:.-' "A    -  .'--  -  ' Mr. arfd Miij. Jas'I.-Ct>6tc returned on  Thursday last from* a' ihoi-t yidit with  friends in Nelson.    -  (--"rand t������V>r_8 \������ looking- for an apple  crop 25 pet cent, lighter than last year.  -ELaslo board of trade has" just been  advised tfetat the express-raffe on fruit  between that town'and Vancouver has  been cut 80 wnt-*>per lOOlhsi . Part of  lthe__aslo ch-sr-*J--., crop  I n������a.rketfd at the cbaati.  *    " TRY OUR        \        -  SHAMROCK FORK SAUSAGE  An-ec-onomiral dish,-������nsy to s*erve.    *^  Sk&srzrock Branst HAM, BACON^nd..LARD  GLENDALE CREAMERY BUTTER  Goverriiuent f-raded. highest.'quality.  FRESH and CURED FISH  all varieties.  Choicest BEEF, PORK, MUTTON, VEAL, LAMB  BORNS9 IDEAL POULTRY FOOD  increases egg pr-duction and. produces better poultry.    Buy the best.  fi  will   now   be  Fofta9Al._���������A.one-ton   Fr������i_   truck,],,  in good  running   oider,   $325.    H. S.  McCreath, Cresu-o.  Fo������ SAXaB���������Small ranch, apple orchard and Stf acres of pasture. Apply  C. BrouSBon, Creston." -  Fob SAtJS���������Light buggy, one demo  ci-at, out* light dray.    Si mister. & Mc-  K.ay, blacksmiths, Creston.  , Coflv Fob Sax.b���������Uolsteitvmiloh cow,  will freshen July 30th, cheap for cuf*h.  Mrs. ������2. Nouguier, Canyon.  Mrs. Jessie Lewis, teacher of piano,  forte, Royal Acadrmy of Music, London, Laniont Bids*., Oreston.  r" (  FobSai._���������Team light horses, set  double hurnesa and democrat, will sell  the outfit for $125.   ,R. Hurl, Canyon.  #  ���������'*  --"-7^-i*  Okanagan -������wtie anoVi^-h s*������ciety -are  awkihg the depattuient .to iinpose -a  yearlj* license c������f fSl, on'"alF'-ffshernjen  xiver 14 yyars off^age, 25 cents "of whirh.  will go for ndmipist-ration and 75 cents  for propagation p^urppses.  The Okanagan -<.fl-*h 'and -game so-  cietyis asking the-departntenb of marine and fisheries to exterminate squaw  fish, stickers, carp.and   ling iu all the  . Miss A. Doyle of the Creston Growers, Limited, stuflT, was a Sat urday-to-  Tuesday visitor at her home.������t-Nels*Mi..  Mra M. W Inch "hnd the family are  spending the next feve weeks in Hpo-  kiine, where Mi*. Winch" is working ut  'pcej^eintf. ,-.',---  Poultry keeping ie getting a; little  mote profitable, the price of/ eggs going up to SO cents a dozen about a  week ago.   ,:;  Geo. Johnson is t-^king part of his  Hiinimer vacation this Week, anil iaa,  vlaltor to tho summer fair and etam-  podo at Calgary, Alta. 7   "   ,  Wm. .'Morrow, who haa boron wovk-  ing at Kellogg, Idaho, for the past few  naonths. is here on a short visit with  JEKra.: Morttow and' family."  Alex. MlrabelU knocked off work on  Mondsy' for ���������'*Week,i.*wh'ieh' lie" "a spen*l-  inflf with friends in Calgary, taking in  t'-e exhabltlon und stampede.  l"riUc"pal Brouason of tho high  school .got" Iback on Friday'from awl-lt  to coast points, whore ho will shortly  be moving1 to reside p'ormunently.  C. O. Roil(p*or������* got away on Tuesday  on a .business trip to Los Angeles,  California, mmd'Wlll probably be out of  town for nt least the next three wooks,  Creston orchestra played for the  Saturday n'ght daooe nt Wynndel on  -tUwCtli, a������������������������a.boul/ the yggeaU crowd  ma*.- m&oi m\i a dance at tliat jplaee. wm  in evIdejuc-Ba-'1'   ' :V ;'  ������-At the  final, meeting  of  the  old  &c������������������~. Ixxarcl on, Monday night It wim  decided to ask the ratepayer* for #fl8O0  streams in S.CV  They also" favor mas  ing trout six inches  long legal   catching,, with the   day's   take   limited .to  25.  The North Pacific-Cooperative Berry  Growers filed t*nit" .against   Frank   L.  Grossman, its   1822   sales   agent,   for  $49,4-10.75   in   Supei-io*-'    Court.      The  association   hat*   1400   members. , The  Complaint   says   that   Mr.   Grossman  disposed of $304,805.03 worth of berries  for the association   in   1022   and owes  the amount   sued   for.    Afctacned   to  tho complaint is an   audit,, which the  couipluint say*- shows .that Mr. Gross  man owes the money.    E. S.  Barnes,  president of   the  Hssociation,   attests  the complaint.  *.*���������*  To be of the gr-ia test sesvIc-B to _,  "busifie-S coiiceam a' B&iak J-auat  Saave full and adsq.-***- ������-������--*������������������������������-  1T?~.\mmZ W~4-Z^m*   With o^r 190 brs__c������ae������ tS_ft>*agii->  _P 2.C111C16S   o*at Canada and with -trong affiliations abroad, this. Bank can  ~   . o������fer business   lio-iaes a sesrwice  *|___ satisfacto-r"'1' _f*s������___s *b"!H &***  "__a_ids  of sl-D-calj  aa-Ioss!  sskl  . - foreign trade- 4  1MPER1AJL   BANK  C. W. ALLAN,  or ca_**aii__.  CRESTON BRANCH,  Monoisr.  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RYGKMAN,--Crestou  ���������n<a ���������n.,.������������ipnM������a������aii;,iaaMiaa������>>iaai  kiiiiimmma������iia'������iiailmwM  mim  __!���������_  ma.  ami  *mmmm  mmm*m*mmmwm*mmwm ^iM^^^n^^i^^^^^^i^^^  THE   BEYIEW.,    CRESTON,  The ORANGE PEKOE QUALITY makes  f^^ more of it  ���������r*_~:_   U*___ji: i> ���������_���������  ���������4JMa.au.   aigsiEiaiiigg   jlvc-.\-iu������  C_'.���������.L_>." -   :_Ov  T-_-  inf of id Confronted With  Tremendous  Problem  Possibility of Clash Between Japan  and U.S. Cannot be Ignored  The "London Times commenting ecli-  torially on the American anti-Jappan-  ese immigration legislation says undoubtedly much" oE the friendly atmosphere created by the "Washington  treaty has been dispelled thereby.  Dwelling upon the "fundamental  causes of the antagonism" between  the Americans and Japanese the paper  continues: ;- c  "It is idle to ignore the possibility  of ultimate conflict in the Pacific distant though it may be. Nobody will  likely put. forward alarmist theories  about the ultimate clash between' the  east and the west.  "Upon the people ofesfehese isles  (Great Britain) with their cherished  friendship for Japan and tlieir indissoluble ties with the United States,  rests perhaps ths|������supreme responsibility for averting so -incalculable a  disaster. But. the seeus -of conflict  are on either side of the Pacific Ocean  and it behooves this country to watch  with incessant vigilance every turn in  the most tremendous problem confronting the world. The action of the  United States marks a very significant stage in its development."       - . -  Firsi* Record of Eciipse  Tlie-first known record of an eclipse  of the sun was made in 1500 B.C. by"  the Chinese, who believed that x a  mighty dragon swallowed up the sun  on such occasions.  vw cara  4-4,  1-4  a   a.  law   .  .' ���������*-  *���������*  ras Very Nervous  FoivThree Years  J-   ������������������ UaaAi>a������.aaai. ���������_������ __, _*.,_-. -._J ,-.  #-*> ll ���������    aWV������WM0 ������ iv^VI U&  , C.P^t*. in Alberta  All previous grain handling records  of the Canadian Pacific "Railway in Alberta have bven. completely smashed  this season, according to an official  statement. Since the commencement  of the,, grain shipping season, on September 1, to "Marcli 31, the Canadian  Pacific have placed 10,000,000 bushels  of wheat in store and 2,000,000 bushels of other grains, and have shipped  out of the province 83,c������00,000 bushels  of wheat and 1;3,&00,000 bushels of  other grains. -The"'total grain handled  in the period menlioaed is 111,000,000  bushels. This is practically double  the shipments made tiy the company  for J;lie whole ot" last season, the figures #ien being 56,00(0^000 buslTels o!"  wheat and  7,250,000 bushels of other  '"-*   . _���������-'.''  grains. *- -.,  A,  SA-s-av'^ tf     vraaaj-     u���������������a _  TOO MANY HOME CARES  Miss Jessie Peterson, Zealandia,  Sask., writes:���������-"I wish to let you  know how much good Milburn's Heart  and Nerve Pills "have done for me.  Fof nearly three years I was very  badly run down, had a ''weak heart;  and was so nervous that sometimes I  would almost faint away.  I heard, of many people who had recommended your Heart and Nerve  Pills, so I decided to give them a trial.  After I had used two boxes 3 found  they had done "me good, and after, having taken _v-e boxes I was completely  relieved.  I cannot rcommend your Pills  enough, and I would advise anyone  having a weak heart or troubled with  nervousness to use them.''  Milburn's H. & N. Pills are 50c a  box at all dealers, or mailed direct on  receipt of price by The T. Milburn  Co., "Litnited, Toronto, Ont.  William Howard Taft Is the Only  Living Ex-President of U.S. .  William Howard Taft is the only  living , ex-President "of the United  States. - John Adams lived 25 years  after leaving the "White House. Grover  Cleveland lived 11 years, 3 months  and 20 days after his second 'term.  Six presidents died in office. They  were William Henry Harrison, who  held office only one month; Zacliery  .Taylor, >vho was ..-president a little  more than a year.;''"Warren G. Harding,  who died Aug7 2, 1923, after serving  2 years,.-4-'months'..-and 29 days, a*  Abraham Lincoln, James A. Garfield  and William McKinley, who were assassinated. Three 'presidents died  on the Fourth, of July- They were  John. Adams and Thomas Jefferson,  who passed away in 1826, and .Tames  Monroe, who died in 1831.  Wanted'to Purchase M_8iitions  One   Reason   Why   So   Many,Women  Are Weak and Run-Down'  The work of the woman in the home  makes greater demands ^on her vitality than m.eE^eaiize, and there is always   something    more    to    do.      No  . wonder women's backs ache, and their j  nerves   are   worn, oub       No''-wonder."  why they get depressed and, irritable,  suffer  from headaches,    and    always  feel out of sorts.      But^of course all  women  are  not -like  that.       What  is  the difference ? '"""  A    woman    with    plenty of healthy  red blood in her veins finds work in  the home easy; Jier vitality is at par.  This points the'Vay to health in women who feel run-down and depressed.      Make new rich blood.      You can  do it  with   Dr.   Williams'   Pink  Pilis.  These pills have the marvellous property of building up    the    blood    and  toning up the nerves.    That is proved  by the case of Mrs. K. Eppinger, Scott  street,  Vancouver,  B.C., who  says:���������  "Dr.   WiUIaX-s*   Pink     Pills     brought  back my health and strength and restored my nerves to normal condition  after other medicines had  faited.s    It  was after the birth of my second child  that I bec'-'-ne so anaemic and nervous  that I thought I would lose my mind  ^i-> welt as my strength.      I t-*i*-"��������� sev-|  eral  medicines, but got no relief unlit I was advised to try Dr. Williams'-  Pink Pills.      At'let* using a few boxes  ot" these- I could see a change.      I felt  strong-'**: my aivperitf-    was   better,    I  slept   better, and     my    nerves    were  stronger.      1 continued the use ol" the  pills  for  some time, and  nj-ain  found  myself a  well  woman,  and   I  can sin  c������.-rely  s-ay   that  been the best.  Reported    That    German    Firm    Was  ���������Seeking    to 'Buy    Rifles    and  Bayonets in England  The special TLondon. correspondent  of the Paris Matin says he has learned that a.'German firm,-.-with/ headquarters inTHamburg and Berlin, asked a well known Britisii arms manu-  vv <uu3������-U  Oye    or  Can  fl  ye  Any  Tint  New  Garment,   Drapery  Things  'Worn,'   Faded  for 15 Cents  facturer, name not given, to "quote a  price on' one million rifles equipped  with bayonets, and one billion cartridges, deliverable at, a German port.  According to the text of the request,  which the Matin publishes, the German firm said the arms and" ammunition were meant for a "friendly government-^" merrber of the Entente."  . The correspondent says the. Britisii  manufacturer- immediately informed  the British Government and took no  steps to fill the order.  Worms are encouraged by morbid  conditions of the stomach and bowels,  and so subsist. Millei-'s Worm Powders will alter these conditions almost  immediately and will sweep the worms  away. No destructive parasite can  live in contact with this medicine,  which is not only a worm destroyer,  but a health-giving medic3ne most  beneficial to the young constitution.  Uiasnooi Dyes  . ,.^-,  Don't wonder whether you can dye  or tint successfully. because7..perfect  home dyeing is guaranteed w3th "Diamond Dyes" even if you have never  dyed before..Druggists have all. colors.  Directions in each package.  Perry  Runs Between     y    '*���������  Harwich and* Zeebrugge  > ���������������.  New   Era   In   History   Of  Is Beginning  The profession, of agriculture."Tor  women was dealt ..with from many  aspects    at    the    Women's    Institute  ,\r.,.!l  Rapid Growth of Buenos Aires  Before the present century has run  its   course,    it    may  be that Buenos  Aires will be one of the greatest* capl-  i_y  health  has  since \ tal cities In the world, in the opinion  lean    cheerfully    re-1 oi a W1.-'0r who   describes   tho   mar-  Boats Capable of Carrying 54- Ordinary  Railway Coaches  Train   ferry   boats   have,   begun   to  run    between     Harwich     and     Zee-  jbrugge.     They    start   not   from   the  Zeebrugge Mole, but from, the Bruges  Canal.      Each is a flat, vessel 380  ft.  long and 63 ft. wide, bearing four railway lines, and capable of carrying 54  ordinary    railway    vehicles.      Having  arrived   at   Zeebrugge   from   Harwich  for a test, one ol tho boats spent only  half an hour in reaching the basin, in  mooring and in letting down and fixing  its   big  gangway.      Then   it  embarked "18 railway coaches in less than  an hour. <  numbers- of v women coming from  other parts -br the world, coupH_d  with the fact that farm machitTcry.  ! today has made farming operations or  all kinds possible to women, it would  seem that a new era in the history of  agriculture was beginning. There  are two women who have made an unqualified success of farming in British  Columbia, as illustrated by the 10-acre  farm in the, Okanagan near Vernon.  ...Tliese two women have their 10 acres  in fruit .trees, and are successfully  keeping bees.  Nation-whs e Fame���������There _$ scarcely   a   corner . of -this   great  Dominion"  where the nferits of- Dr." Thomas' Eclectric Oil have not been tried and  proved. It is one of the world's most  efficient remedies for sore throat, lame  back ��������� ami many other ailments arising from inflammation. Rubbed on  the skin Its. healing :p6wer is readily  absorbed, and it' can. also be taken  internally. .. . :,w. A ....  . The first real picture painted .by  ^Michael Angelowas the one oh the  subject of the. temptation, of St. Anthony. ' ...7  CHILDREN CRY FOR "CASTORIA"  '      " ���������' - '''''.���������'  Especially Prepared for Infants and Children of All Ages  commend  the  pills  to  all   wr-aVt,  rundown women,"  You can gH tliest;- pill* from your  druggist, or hy nuiil at f������0 e������'ni* a box:  from The Dr. Wlilioms' M-\*������liein������ Co..  Brockvllle. Ont.  j vellous growth of the past ten  | The    city    now    has  | over two millions.  a population  years,  of  When Ttobert Browning w-ir, in bis  70th yef-.r, Oxford and CrimhThlge presented  hi in  wit.h an  honorary def-ree.  Parisian scientists have discovered  that alcoholic bevinagos given from  80.000 to 120,000 volts of electricity age 50 years.  "Best Thing in the World  ' For Delicate Girls''  ~Vfr������. Jfolrtn Boniicsfii, Co-g-gy CreeL, Max... vjvittis:  "'My little girl had organic nervous trouble, could not sleep, had  revere headache*- and fainting spelU.   Thi- went on for three yearn,  and Uhrec doctors helped! her very lit  tle. Ailer i<c>nltny> of wl���������-*t Dr. Cha-;*-"a  Nerv������ Food had done for others, I got  some for her. She i������ now so w������;ll that  she*'������������ like a different child. She ii  fourteen yeari o.tj and iiaoiii. the pic-  Sure oi health.  Useful in Camp.���������Explorers, surveyors, prospectors and hunters will find  Dr. Thomas' Eclcctrlc- Oil very useful  in camp. When tlio feet and logs are  wot and cold II, Is well to,rub Ihom  rrooly with tho Oil and the result will  bo tho prevention of pains hi the muscles, find should a cut, or contusion, or  sprain bo sustninrxl, nothinp- could bo  better as a dressing or lotion.    .  Mother! Fletcher's Castorla hats  been ln use for over 30 years" as a  iilcasant, harmless substitute for  Castor Oil, Paregoric, Teething Drops  and Soothing Syrups. Contains no  narcotics. Proven" directions aro on  each    package.       Physicians    every  where recommend It.      The kind yon  have always bought bears signature ot  for  the  tin rt*.  "We have used  Chase's Nerve Food  -different members of  family, when recovering  from "flu" and scarlet  fever, and it has always  _ _ he!"*"*'(���������?. ^.*'**" ,"*  Dr������ Chasers Nerve Food  lm-s of CO y-HJa, MMmn.m.non, li-m.t'.m *������i  Co., !.!<"., T������>n>t-*^i  j*  Hebi idcans For B.C.  Proposal From Provincial Government  To Give Grant tp Intending  Settlers  NogolltitionH nt.w In pvoRr(?ss bo-  Iwim'U the Provincial Govei-ipm'ont and  iho British Government probably will  fr>������l In Kovr-v'-l HltlpioiulrH of ImmlRrants  from th-*-. MebrldPH helnfi: brought to  British Columbia I his summer. tH'he  British f'olumblii Government pro-  3>n:-.-".*, !o --Ivi* on eh rnmlly ������ prunt. of  $"!00 on Ihi'lr arrival ill. tlio fipol-H se-  Iffled lor their Hcilh-inenl. This will  be HUi������,������l������������nienled by an additional $300  from the ltil'i?H fSovoi'imiont and,  with Mholt'M'H provldeel, $600 in cash  nnd eloho to ilii> M",i where they can  indulge In I heir |iUihu1L of flailing-.  To Wo^icn Who Bo Their O^m Work: Suppose. -  you could save six minutes every day in washing* V  pots and pans���������two minutes after every meal. In  2i month, this would amount to a saving of thvee  hours of this disagreeable but necessary work.  This savinpr can be, made by using $Mfp enameled  kitchen utensils, as their smooth sanitary surface  -will not absorb dirt or grcane.   No scraping; sc-uirine ov  SoliHliin-i in needed whcBi you use DSamond or Pearl Wnre^  oap, -water and a dialt towel is all you need. Ask fon  "A Face of Porcelain and a Heart of Stm������V* "  ������������������������������������������������������������������������: ���������   ^   : ���������  Three finiaheii: Pearl "Ware, two coats of pearly amy  enamel inuido nnd eut. Diamonu "VVt-rc^. Llirvc cccatn, ll���������r-.t  blue and white outside, white lining Crystal ware,  three coats, pure white Inside and out, -frith Royal Blue  edfl-in-|.  THE!  heet Metal PnoDve^x^t^S^  . MONTR lC AU\TOROr^O---,W|.NN I PEG"  lDMOKTON/.VANCOUV���������--i-ZpAt,GAI-;V,i,  **-**iS^  ia������  Mlnard'11    Llriim������nt  P������ln������  fjj������r    A,chea    and  "5>S!^2r** i  ' hardware Store j  W.    U.   V.    1525  !^^*^^*_S |  111, ,��������� rr  VmBEumSSGEh THE    BE VIEW/** CRESTON,    B.    C.  ,.  t^.  *T*������.  -%r  Ik   JT       -|  Dee-,������S_eepmg Industr^r Jyiakes  JRa-emarkaoie Strides In" \^/eat  During Trie  x-rstst Ttree  "v  ���������jf  ears  A!*  . One of the important aims- of .the  District Builders' of Southern Manitoba is to encourage' their young people to take up sidelines that will provide -them with "an independent income. : r  Beekeeping is one of the few things  that can be carried on profitably by  , boys * and * girls during the summer  months when th-jli* parents would na-  Jjirally want them at home, ami .y-et  leave the *boy or giri free for'the winter months with, enough earned mone^  -In hand to allow them, to follow an.*  course of study they wanted- without  breaking /the home ties. ���������   "  Beekeeping is one of the important  Industries in Manitoba, as well as"Saskatchewan and Alberta. It is an industry that /"has made remarkable  strides during the past three years  and is recognized as a scientific and  - money making project.  !Not so very long ago, beekeeping  was regarded as a "hobby" o������ farm.  and- rural life, but that time has passed.' ��������� Today, it. is an industry necessitating 13 ttle labor aj-M showing very  "���������ro&table returns.  In order to establish beekeeping in  Southern Manitoba the Canadian Pacific Railway Agricultural Department  ' recently co-operated -with L. T. Floyd,  provincial apiarist, to g������ve four short  courses in beekeeping - at Deloraine,  Killarney, Morden^and .Pilot Mound.  These courses lasted^a week in each  town'and ran in conjunction with the  District--Builders" conferences,' another"  project which has gained the wholehearted support of the Canadian Pacific Agricultural Department.  It was  decided, in  order  that" Mr.  Floyd's, work would be carried on after j  London Police Women.,,  ^Do Valuable  Work  Started  During War and  Nova--Covers  Large Field"*  "  For a few hours of a certain April  day there was a new officer in charge  o������* traffic at /Fcity-Second  Street  and  "Lexington Avenue:   "A  slim, bronzed  figure in high boots, a dark blue coat  reaching to the knees and a trim, gold-  bralded ^jap;   on the chest was worn  the Order of the British. Empire." This  was Commander-Mary S. Allen, head  of the London police women.      Speaking of the latter/to a reporter, she said  that,   the    20    ^London, police women  dieter from  those of American cities  in   that  they   ar������T always   uniformed"  conspicuously.     "The  sight of a woman: ' police "officer    prevents   -many  crimes  and prevention or crime, she  says, rather than, the  capture of offenders,  is  the chief purpose  of the  women.      They began their work" during the war, wEien they watched over  ..-no     jrvuw^j      n uracil    c_u.������_     duiiuui^      ������, 1.C  flocked through the great railroad stations. Since then their work has  grown co taking charge of women  prisoners, collecting - jtestiujjbny from  women, '.protecting girls who are  strangers in "the city, taking charge  of lost children, and runaway girls, inspecting places of-amusement and patrolling .parks - In- addition, Commandant Allen visited 'the -occupied  area of GermaSy and established ^ix  British women, there to assist the  police.  - S^n*-i-*'a"������-   of   I.-t'ml-iG -  Supplies Reported, to be Inadequate to  Meet the Demand  "The jsoti-je-iLble feature of livestock  movement^ as reported by the Dominion - Li-restock- Branch, la the. third  month of theo'ear, apart from the increased volume of hogs", was1*the short-  supply,of -'sheep:' The report says:  "Toronto received only 50 per ,cent. of  the volume" of March last 3-ear, and for  the'year to date the shortage oi* sheep  amojjnts to over 1J>,000* head. Western"' Canada's - marketings have been  so meagre as to barely constitute a  basis for trading. Despite tlie light  volume of "marketings,1 interest in  sheep is extremely keen." ' The re-  "pbrt further states that "snpplies are  inadequate, wl-rich would indicate tlie  wisdom. x>f sheep raiseus conserving  for the breeding flock all the vigorous  ewe lambs from, good ewes.   *  *~* *���������     **   -      A    1 1 Til  Canada a -fibundant J-^esources  In Wild ���������and Ciiltivated'Fruits  Of Great Value To Nation  I   Stuffed With Cold ?;  Don't load your  stomach with cough  medicine.  Send healing medication through, the  nostrils ��������� send ic  -Into the passages  that are inflamed  with Catarrh.    *  It's easy to get  - rid of a bad cold, to  drive out Catarrh, to  strengthen a weak  throat by inhaling  Get Catarrhozone  from-your druggist today. By using  it frequently .3-ou keep the air passages free -from germs, and���������thereby  prevent many, a bad_ cold. - Two  months' treatment fi.Ou; small size  '50ca Refuse a substitute. " By mail  from The Catarrhozone Co., Montreal.  Canada is. well favored, not only in  the products of,the sq������1, usually considered the great food crocs, "such, as  wheat', barley, oats, lye, corn, potatoes, field roots and garden vegetables,  but in the fruits which can' be grown  in great variety and of such high ex-  cellence. These fruits, while of a  certain food value, serve another purpose, mainly In that they are used to  give zest, and reHsh to the chief food  dishes oE the people and thus, whet  ting Tlie appetite and creating pleasurable sensations, the general health of  the community is maintained and improved. It i_, therefore, generally  admitted that fruit is a very necessary-  part of our die?.    T "  "While* the settler, in lime, grows the  varieties of cultivated fruits which lie  Want Came Laws Revised  Residents of Far North Are Dissatisfied With Existing Regulations.  Peqple living in the north country  are.'m'a rebellious mood as a result .or  the manner in- which existing laws  governing the shooting of geese and  ducks is working to their disadvantage- according to Col. J.-K. Cornwall,  president    .oi:    the  Northern   Trading  _ ������J'1JJ.������.CI_J' .  "The government of Canada will  have a first-class revolution on ics  hands in the "Northwest Territories.  unless the tactics in respect to mi-  graiory birds are changed," said Col.  Cornwa-ii. - , *__t present the laws for  bid tlie shooting of game and. ducks.  The -laws of the United    States    are  needs, he does not have to wait until   diffe_^nt,   ������n������    tbe   sportsmen to the  his  he develops hi? garden to   obtain  fruit, because he has two other sources  of supply,  namely     the    woods    and 1 ,n  for  the  pickinj,     and     the  where fruit is sold -in great variety.'  rild fruits cf Canada, are nuna-  Catarrhozone.  After Everything  Ise  Aethers' Best Friend  tue course was. finished, to give a prize 1  of   a    colony    of.bees and beginner's ,  equipment  to  the best pupi]*- at each-  point, |his pupil to act as point of contact between Mr   Floyd and the bee-.  peepers In tbe  district.      In~additJon  Tto a colony of bees the prize consisted  of  a Jiive  in   fiat,   super,   smoker, . .  ^  _,,_.���������.-, ,   , * c.entur-y Nerviline  has been  a  familv  foundation, bale, queen excluder, spur , 8ajBdby| and most mattLers T-are  ������������������  ���������embedder, spool and wire. "    j to rely upon it in case of colds, sore  r   The  accompanying - photos' are  the I throat-,  tight   chest,  sprains,   cramps.  winners of* the Beaver -Bees in South-"! nausea and sudden attacks off sickness  mt.   -M-iTritohP        "Uic,--  "Fraser's  home   at the stomach.      For internal or ex-  em Manitoba. .. JMiss  l-iasei s   Home   ternal ^^ Nerviline    is    worth    its  Is at Pilot Mound. weight  in  gold  in   every  home,  and  costs bat 35 cents at any dealers.  Pain and sudden sickness are apt to  come upon us at any time and safety  lies in having always Handy on the  shelf a-reliable pain relief like good  Old "NcrvsSil-sc.-"       FVs--*  a-!i->--i-"v    half  ui. iiearly  V/ Villi u  Lift Off-No Pain!  Doesn't hurt one bit! Drop a little  -'Freezone" on an aching corn. En-  etantly that corn s Lops: hurting, then1  -shortly    you   lift   It    right   off   with  fingers.  Livestock Sent By Mail  Odd Consignments Now Handled By  Post OffiCc~ ���������.iiiptoyscs  This is the period of the year when  the post office accommodates its livestock. There are coming. through  from day to day large shipments of  buzzing bees; leeches and a few days'  old chickens. All. these come in  packages ' and ' travel thousands of  miles before reaching "their Canadian  destination. Chickens a day old can  live for three or lour days, -JE they  happen to 'arrive on a Saturday and  are detained in the post office.,over  the Sabbath to wait for the '-Monday's  branch trains, the kind-hearted man  In the parcel- post department send  but and'purchase' the necessary feed,  ���������figuring ;th-it their period y������ fasting  is over, The greatest care is always  taken in the post/office o������/these purchases in the "United States, ' For one  thing, each shipment mentioned presents a large sum off money as all are  thoroughbreds down to the leeches,  guaranteed to do: the best "vrorlc ever.  Co-operation   with   the United States  . Conductor  Takes Up   Farming *  Travel   Bored. Him   After   Thirty-one  "- Years Service "-  After ti-avelling 1.050.000 miles in  his thirty-one years off service with  the New York Central Railroad, Edward Denaut, of Yonkers, war veteran  and curio* collector, has resigned as  conductor on the Hudson Division because travel'-hegan to bore him.  Denaut has received additions nt*  relies from well-to-do' passengers to  his curio collection. - His service witb.  tiie railroad was. Jnterrupted only bs*-  Ills enlistment in tile Spanisb-Ameri-'  can "War. " At one time he drove a  locomotive. He intends to apply-  scienfeific methods to a large farm he  owns near East Chatham, N.Y.  semth. are allowed to kill 'then, wholesale.      Thousands of birds that kafch  theVnorth   every  year   are   killed  fields where he can obtain native fruit   w_en they migrate.      The peopl^ of  markets I the north need these birds  for food,  and, unless the law is modified, allow-  ^ ..ua nuns cr -janaaa. are nuni-| iDg   ihehi  io s]1<>oL,roi. rooci> lhere  is  erous and varied.    They are found in,{ lial3le to be ser������ous trouble."  abundance in practically every n^rt of i  the-Dominion   where   the   settler" is  likely to go.      Fruits such, as the currant, gooseberry, raspberry and strawberry grow wild almost or a^uite to the  Arctic circle, the flavor  of these native "fruits  being unexcelled, for  the  most  part,  hy  that  of the  cultivated  varieties.      Over a large part of Eastern   Canada  the  blueberry   grows  in  great profusion and-is considered one  of tbe most delicately flavored of all  fruits.      The cranberry is  found wild  over a very vide area and the high-  bush cranberry, or pembina, makes an  O'WS-l'a&ll 1-lt-* ���������*"        a*M������ll._> + -l j������l4r.       ftr-T-a O-^O -I 1-t arv "I ATTT.  ���������4��������� -am.*-'-V.* *-_*_L_      OUMi'-l.-.LuCU        ������������ _.������_-Lv������. V_ I __������> i\J>>V  growing species does not grow. In  addition to tliese there are many otlier  fine- wild fruits, such as the saskatoon or juneberry, particularly valuable in the^. prairie provinces, the  choke    cherry,    of   very    fine  Quebec Lady Used Dodd's Kidney Pills  Your druggist sells a tiny bottle ot _          "Free-one" for a few cents, sufficient !hosis������i'-������ip'-nrin-������>nr in niwnw������"n������ \Z^rZ?\  to remove every hard corn, soft corn) vp.������f1^ **er.a!!'menli ,--s.>WSrft on-.hana  or corn between the toes, and the foot  callouses, without soreness or Irritation,  .  Irresponsible Flip  Business Man ((,0 applicant}.:���������Can  you spell correctly?    "  Sten'og.���������'Yes, sir, I wish all "the  other words were as easy as that  one.     .  CHAPPED HANDS  IViiinar-d'"a Is excellent for��������� chap-  * pod hands and nil skin dlsesuses.  but, t,h-5,..empl.oyees are fortunate that  the regulations on parcels going  through the mails are not tho same  in Canada as in United States, for on  tlie other side of the line, pigs, laml~s,  roosters, hens^ dogs and cats that  weigh under.-������0 pounds iu-e 1 ran sported'tliiroujgiv tlio malls, j Tho regular'  tion a In Canada run on parcels up to  IB .pound*-, although..there is 11 movement on now to Increase the weight  a few wore pounds up to 22 pounds.���������  M.anltobst Fi'-eo Press.  DYSPEPTIC  Food Does You No Good  *��������� Half the time you're afraid  to eat; your tongue is coated,  mouth tastes bad, stomach is  bloated. If you want to get  well, stop using dyspepsia  tablets_and go to the source of  the trouble before it is too late.  ���������-,..-. Strengthen your stomach, cast  .'���������-���������out the bile, regulate the bowels"  -���������do this3 and dyspepsia will be  no more... .      ���������!...._.,.-  For your condition the best prescrlp-*  tlon 3s Dr. Hamilton's Pills, .which, are  anade specially for the stomach, kidneys and liver.  Dr...'-Hamilton's Pills  Aid lhe Stomach  Get Dr. Hamilton's ^PUls to-day, 25c.  per box,*** 5 for $1,00, all dealers, or  iThe Catarrhozone Co."* Montreal.  _.' A Trifle Mixed  He was a very nervous candidate  for a job. ;: \  "Yes,'*' barked the great man", "you  might do tor tue. Tell' me, how is  your -hor-hand**"*  "Er���������-er,1" inum"b]ed the youth; ever  looking Cor a catch,/,f they're both, the  same length." 7  though somewhat astringent, the pin  or-bird cherry, making excellent jelly,  the buffaloberry, also a useful fruit on  the" prairies, and/mere limited in  adaptation, the blackberry, salmon-  berry and cloudberry * and several  other fruits of less importance. -, Tire  wild Canadian plums are found all  through Eastern Canada and into the  prairie provinces. These vary much  in size and_quality, but are excellent  for canning, jam "or jelly. The wild  grape, while not an important fruit  because of its small size and the fact  that cultivated varieties can so readily be obtained, is* very hardy and is  found native throughout Eastern Canada and" as far northwestward- as  Northern Manitoba.  While, as has been stated, there is  an abundance and great variety of wild  fruit in Canada, the climatic condi:.  tions are sUch that.: cultivated or improved varieties of most -of these and  other kinds are grown In enormous  quantities, commercially. In certain." great-, fruit districts the hulk of  the crop is grown for distribution to  all parts oE Canada\ which can be  reached in a reasonable time by railroad and steamboat. Much, fruit is  sent overseas also. Then In many  home orchards and gardens' in'nearly  ���������every part of Canada, /where there is  settlement, fruit is grown to supply at'  least part of the needs of the households.  Miss   W.   S.   Godmyre   suffered   from  * "rheumatism,"   backacfie    and    headaches and found complete relief  in  Dodd's Kidrte>   Pills.  Cedar,     Que.���������(Special).���������"I   , have  suffered for years with my kidneys -to  such an extent that I had to gh-e up  my work for days at a time,    "i tried  Dodd's Kidney Fills after evei'jrfhlng  else  had failed and now* I  am* quite  well.     I cannot praise them too higli-  ly to my fellow  sufferers.      It gives  me pleasure Indeed to voice my  ap,-  I preciation    of   your    Dodd's    Kidney  flavor   pihs.������      This statement conies from  Miss W. S. Godmyre, well-known, and  highly respected resident of this place.  ^She  feels that  she owes it to  other  sufferers to .tell them how she found  Dodd's -Kidney Pills are known all  over Canada as- the. old reliable Canadian Kidney remedy. They arg_ known  by the work they have done. "~  -You will find that Dodd's Kidney  Fills will relieve Kidney trouble, no-  matter- where - or* in what form it is  found.  Expert of Wheat to Britain  According to a despatch from London, Eng., Canada exported in the  twelve months ended in March, according to the ."London Board of Trade,  to England 3O.437,000~ cwt.* wheat,  compared with 29,559,000 froni the  United --State;-. Argentina sent 22,-  122,000 cwt.-to Greats Britain; India.  S.S49.000- and Australia; 6.218,000, in  the same.period.  New Bibles For the Blind  An event that crfect-a the Urea ol  thousand's or blind men ami women  in .KngllBii-sp-jaiiJng,., countries; ou-  cuiTi-d here reci-nily wlmn a revlsx-tl  Braille Bible of the King James-version waa run from the jDrcBBOfl^sayfl  an Associated Pr:.e_ dc(-patch (rom  "Low Angelea. Ea<*h Bible con&lHts 01  twenty-one'volumes, J. Robert At-  klnaon, a blind publisher, has been  workln-r on'i||ii������ a-rlStlon nlni'M I'll7.  0r,.Sidf���������iiy SMu  Waal V .cleat, henlthy  complcxlotx  Te_ular bowels, and a  perfect woiking "  All -easy  t(0������ ������w,  tain if you tal  CARTEBl'S  Lfiltlft Liver  PJUs, the sure  oatfe and e-iy  Bttlns. r-tnm    ed*#,   For  hea.d������che.  dl.xlneiB.  op-et  -itocntich and deBpondenci*. ibty to Me  n-Kequal,   l-iiiely vccetiiible.  Small PLU���������Small Doae���������8������i������ll firleft  Russia Want'- Canadian Horses  It Is reported that the Ukraine agricultural bank intends to make a preliminary purchase ot 3,000 horses from  Canada at once, and Liter this year  will make more purchases, the total  amdUnting to 30.000 horses. Arrangements arc being made to supply poor peasants j-vith the Canadian horses on a credit basis,  Returns  From   Fisheries  The total value ot" the commercial  fisheries  oE  tlio  prairie provinces  In  1923 was *"1,T*L5/J75, com.i.rlfllttE *"i,020,-  595 for ManLtoba, $286,612 for Saskatchewan, and $138,737 for Alberta. All  of tlvo provinces show lutes-cased production, tho .talal i-crewdu'c-vcf iho  prcvloua yea.**"To".* tlie three provinces  amounting to $2<S0,583, or 17 per cent.  Natural Inference  Flubb.���������I think" all this  talk about  ���������4.  blaming the driver   after   every   automobile accident is unfair!  Dubb.���������W&Len..'did you get a car?  Land Is often drained -with only a  fraction.oi an Inch fall En 100 feet.  Say "Bayer"- Insistl  For Pain      Keil'daelie  Rheumatism  Colds  Accept only a.  Bayer package  A bunch ol! dates we-ghs 20 or 25-  pounds. '  Neuralgia  Liinibag;o  which contains proveti directions  Handy- "Itayf-r" hoxen -of 1*5 tabTetfti  Aim "bottSe*" of 24 and IOC*���������DtuggirfCai  -ijstrta. to *tSi-*.i lT������aJe a-ftplr fr-_1-rfM?a*-l tn  C������a\������alaV t>t Utref ^ant-rac-l-m* ofj Motio-  ������������^Ue*el'l������������t������r <ot Malte-'Ucac.al mr*  ���������������������������>������������������:���������"';'���������':'���������'  ^^^~^-^SSBct^EB^S5*,B^���������SS    | .TT^jjffifTnTimwyJTriiiB^^  THE  C������S'S_?=_������K  SEVIBW  court   house*    -tnd   those   wishing*   to  '_-���������  JEHT   HE   1 AftiflQ  *    * . ~  Permits to cut hay from the Crown Lands known  as the "Creston Flats'' will be issued at  tiH UlCCIIf  _-___!-  Tliigra  lillildsy  _-_.  ft^������s������ra-_r_il_ki:   n_j&ii.������J������_.  ynnd i up!-- dOioi Ua^  Bekect to bear tht.se hom-s in mind.  ������__  ���������*-������*-    1>a-a-U_������.  _���������������"������  >Mv ������������.aVS AAA# _#>__  ritf__-vhrM-.v_ .  PERMITS will he issued by the   undersigned  at the above places on the dates mentioned.  W. H. BROWNE,  g.        Grazing Ranger.  CORPORATION OP THE  Village. of Creston  TAKE NOTICE that a Court of Be  vision -will be held at the Court House  at Creston, B.C, on Wednesday, the  16th day of July, 1924. at the- hour of 9  o'clock in the forenoon, Pacific Standard Time, to hear any complaints in  respect of the Assessment Knii for the  Baid Corporation for the year 1924.  Any persi >n whose ua me appeal <*��������� ������n  the assessment, roll snaj- appear before'  the said Court, of Revision either in  person, or by a solicitor, or by mi  agent authorize.! by him in writing*;, to  appeal* on his behalf, and may sta te  his ground of complaint. -"*"  "The Court will not require any complaint to be in writing.  W. Ol TAYLOR,  Clerk of the Corporation.  CHAS. MOORE. C.E.  ENGINEER  .ARCHITECT  sunveyon  ^Registered]  CRESTON, B.C.  Align  llfQlB  HiiSSl at fir iSSS  SUNDAY.  JULY   13  CBESTON  SCO nnd 11.00 a.ni.   7_90p.m.  Local and Personal  Fott Rbnt���������Broom dwelling house  with ba**ement- large chicken house,  and pasture. Apply C. Br-ouason,  Creston.  Application*- for permits to cut hay  or. Kootenay Flats have been mailed  ottt this wees., and as wiii he seen toy a  notice on page- eight bay ratting permits: will be issued at Creston on Saturday, July lOth.  -Amusementtax was an outstanding  ita**-*n in the revenues paid! into Creston  provincial poltec of_ce during June,  accounting for $142 out of a total intake of about 8320. Motor licenses  accounted for another $144.  All who   have adjustments  to uinke  Wm      T_"i *_"!-*���������    *t-f-*ltaU_-W_-_     41a->a-#������0^*������>-a->>M _fc _-.     ���������-���������_>&     *��������� a* ������a������  a.n      +.****   +m ������  ������M������U^-        WO*.   *~������-3������all <C ��������� I aVaO        **������-"    |1CI      IMtlA  notice that have just gone out, are-reminded that the court of revision in  connection with the assessment^ toll'  will be held on Wed nesday, July,~i6fc_������  at the court htatspe.  The annual school meeting is called  for to-morrow right at the school-'  house. Gaptv Cmmptch, who expe-*ts  to be ; leaving .Creston shortly, has  turned ir-rhis resignation as trustee  and the meeting will be called upon to  elect two trustees as well as an auditor.      _  A limited quantity of strawberries  are still moving this week .hot there  will be very few availa"bl-s after ths* I  end of the, week. Wjrtrindel shipped  its thirteenth straight car on Monday*  which would indicate 'that the.crop in  that district was fairly well np to expectations.  Ratepayers of Creston -Tillage will  have an opportunity Ut die-cuss all  angles of municipal government, and  also to name a trio of citizens to run  for commissioners, if desired, Hiv a citizens meeting tn be held in Spears' Hall  on Friday night, July 18th, at 8.15.  All interested should make it a point  to-be present. ' "  W. H. Browne of Victoria, the provincial -crazing ranger, is. here on an  official visit this week, in connection  with the season's hay cutting operation-* on the flats. Mr. MacKenzie,  jprazing commissioner, is expected  here before the end of the month on  an official visit.  ing- the official count of the ballots for  two days it will be Monday. July 14th,  when retut-nin^officer Russell "Leamy  will tabulate the absentee vote oast in  tibe Creston riding, the scrutiny of the  ballots to take place in his office in the  former Imperial-Bank building.   "  CP.Ti section crows are now .observing bankers hours for commencing  the day's operations, \ n������w starting  work at 9 a.m.. and qui ting at six  o'clock town time. Bv changing the  section-men's hours it is possible to lay  Off the man formerly employed as flce  patrolman, it now being p������*-t of ths  section crevi* work to muke a trip nver  the tine before quitting in the evening.  A plea-sing-feature of tho Mission  Band picnic at .Glengarifi* Grove on  June 28th,--was .the presentation of a  life memhsrship'and pin tn Miss Marion McDonald, who has been president  for the past twrt-ye&js. Mrs. D������w, a  past, leader, rend the address, and Mrs.  Spews, leader, for 1924. presented the  pin. The- afternoon was pleasantly  spent playing gaines, along w ith-rs&ces  and refreshments.,-- "   .  The- Untied .Church parsonage at  Bon tiers Perry, Idaho, was the scene  of a quiet-vCeddjng of interest to a  great many Creston people on June  29th,-* when'Miss Eunice Moore, second  daughter'of Mrs." Hugh Taylor, was  united in marriage with. Mr. Prank  Bot.tet-ill of Dover, Idaho, and formerly of Crest nh, the .cerethony being performed by Rev. Mr. McCoy. Mr. and^  Mrs. Taylor and Mr and Mrs. Gerald  Tssnmons were witnesses, "and* the  Wide \v������n xnarrifHi lu- a ti*aveiling suit  of blue. Mr. and MW. Botterili motor  ed on to Dove>-, where the groom hat*  a good position, Tind whes-e they will  make their home. Both the bride and  groom weee* quite -well known members of"CrestonVyounger set and they  have.xhe the best- wishes of nil for the  future.'  An Exhibit of  Fine AttiiMiniiiii  wrare  Your interested attention is invited to an unusually  complete assortment of.VIKO,, the- Popular^ Aluminnth,  ������_rr������-aa^������r������   -mc   o**.aa   nnnr -e3-aj-v������-rr������ar-s^_  We" know  you  wiH  be delighted  with" ?the  great*  K    v    "*(���������- - mj - j B -^ a5_5  ^variety ot qineren~c Ar&ictes.     mere are-scores   oi  tnem,  for all sorts of ases.       ---   " "."-..;  \* "   : - ' -       ' - " "-   :'     .������.-*---. -. -;-   - *  You will  be' impressed, too, with  the- beauty and  quality of'these splendid utensils.    There's nothing like  thiefe hard aluminum !pf which* VIK.O utensilS"are made  ������o insure lasting wear and satisfaction.. -,       -   - "     ������������������-.  Perhaps ypu will tee surprised at how moderately  priced VIKO. Honestly, we don't believe .that- any  better value, exists.       " "- "r  To a- few fortunate ones3 there are,some  Tlir@e-?oiiart VIKO Saucepans, with  ^coverf v#hicli we are selling at 99e������  .  .   We haven't nearly enough o������~bhem, so come early!  MAWSON   BROTHERS  Fetch in the Fruit;   Carry home-the Cask  I  Sgg   Y&^k^-~~ ^iSft&MBSil^St -^SltMSmf^ ^W^SS'mW  By now you wiii have had a.statement tediing you what the. first of-your Strawberries got  youf   After Waiting almost a month for some money we venture the< prediction that you are not  exaotTy satisfied. . ' -  'Your statement probably_shows prices lov������er than you were led to believe they would be,  and after the moiith's waitryou .will have less tnoney than you expected."       - * ���������  Whj* coiitimie this hide-and seek way of doing businessWhen we can  handle, all of your-  Baspherries. Cherries, Out,rasiit8r yes, and even Gooseberries, on the Cash-on-Deli very plan.  We are taking on new customers every day, and would be glad to take on the selling of  yowr entire crop.       ^  'mmmmm  Greston JValley Produce .Company  AL.F. NELSON, Mana-^r ,  CRESTON ERIGKSON  i.-ii������yi-i,������niuiM!.ijiini^  mwiiiwuiiii  __s  Mr������. S. A. Spears and four children  left on Sunday for Victoria, when-e  they will spend the next two months  on n holiday visit. Mr. Speess nc-  ���������companled them but wlU only be remaining for a couple of weeks.  Walter   Lawrle,    aesisbant   at  the  O.P.B. depot- left   for   Cranbrook on  Friday, where he Ik a hoKpital fMttia-tnt.  He is having some   trouble   With   his  le-r that became so serlons at tho end  of   the   week   that   he   cotiid   hardly  walls-  Messt-n. Jimmy I^ochhead and Prank  Stapled were Creston1* rcpiresontatlves  at the Fourth 'Of JnSy eet'ebratloni a������  Boiaio^ra Vm-i'f on "P.-ltti-p. Tlie termor eaptn-KMl fleeond plaee in the open  running race with his- galloper. Plmt  Principle.  Mea-tro. \0. Maw������on and Archie  Mulr spent a iow.daysf at the end of  the a-a>a*>Kc on iu flnhlng trip down Kootenay  Lake,   trying   of   Hall,   Midge,  l-l������������.r*-*������i������ nml D^ilfjin fIrwefe, ry>������aVir>;������; >,lh������  trip from the ferry in the former's outboard motor Iboa t. .   -       -> -  According to a report given out by  the deputy provincial secretary the  vote on beer in the Creston riding is a  tie, and until the absentee vote is  counted it will not be known whether  the riding ia for or against beer. The  same situation has also been encountered in the Burmiby riding.  After a somewhat cooler spell over  the weekend, with about an hour's  rain on Saturday afternoon, the  weather started warming' up again on  Tuesday. Anfoldtime sod soaker of a  rain is badly needed; without it the  raspberry crop will be much lighter  than early-season expectations.  This week the 0. O. .lodgers factory  haa commenced manufacturing the  1024 supply of apple boxes, after a  very busy six weeks run on simwherry  and raspberry crates. Tbe equipment  at the factory inclu "tea a new box press  that is turning out a two colored  printed end of attractive cleslgn.  Although forest fires are  reported  sic In-"- heavy damage at coast point-*,,  so far thin ai-jftmer there has been no  loss whatever from this caiist* in Ores-  ton Valley. Fire patrol'Jas. Jory  islutts ttbfll wg. t"31 M^titli-iiy 2S).h-&y h&j,  lieen repotted here^ all! of which were  cB-iught In time- and' put ont before any  damage to timber resulted.  The tax notices' tot CJrautdn village  -want out-at Ube end of tbe week, nnd  eltizanM at������ already piiylng up In mir-  pHslngly largiaVnnmlMsrs., "Jrofacilitate  ���������mm l.t'.maii-M.   -wlllatfa-i   ������*-Ia*-t-fc    "W.  O, Ts.vbTt*  htLH decided to have   hi*   ofneo   boms  from 10 to-12 and 2  lo4 .-/dock at the  ;������"  IDEAL ALUM1NUMWARE  14-i-juart, $425  This is genuine Aluminumware and ^very piece  is guiaranteed for 25 yeats.-  *.r..f  ^gg^^^8*OB31    Eg&mmWBmimW^   .  Furfiiiure  naiuiifin  alaMM*MIIWilMM_MMMaa_  afiiHwmi ih-ik i: n-jmmmummmmtmmmmm^mmmmmmmmmmMmimm.  rrtjiiSj-slMMMj^  tmsm  m  mmmmm  ^^m^^kw^'d...  mmmmm  mm

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