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 _r*o  1? T?^rTiI7%^/r  W   A; ,__!__���������#'-.T ���������  AVi,  QPGSSXUK.'B; CU FBIIKpr. *JUKBt^7,  1&24  No. 20  Idaho Disapproves  . Xake-Level Raise  :ii������ee  - BONKERS FERRY. Idaho. June 30  ���������The proposal of4������������e 'W&tfKnotenay  Power and -Light company- to double-  tlie capacity of its two pLtnts at Bon  tiitigton Falla^ B.C.,- by conatimctlon of  a darn at Granite to raise the" waters  of Kootenay lake approximately sax  feet haa brought nut., opposition: in at  ~%een. mij-ch of the bottom lamteand  ,the-Jo-x-'water stage is no more than is  jpa^i^-ired to-drain the land, especially  "-^Eter- the muck ���������- lands have subsided  &8tt"ey-i-ndoul3t������!dly ������rl!_ -^-hends^isspd.  f*f _he, tow. water level i-houki tie raised  there it* some  question   whether  the  . w^^.w, ih.^1.   ... v..  -       ...*   -- -    /-   -,  ���������_"5 p_KSp������--*g, ,.  " St; is "Itelieveti .that if ii can be conclusively shown that the power com-.  pa_-y*s program will effect local drain  age to the extent advanced by Mr. Mc-  Crory that the dam   can  "be   held   up  least two quarfcere. "The Kootenai Vat-j ^^ <>fflctai ch^nt,ls in Washing  will  i  in -~  ?"he  IS "  atne  i^esaiaawTm .protesting against ti\e erection of <*uch $ daro-on the grounds  that It-will inlet-fere W~1**iL*������he'drainage  of the j-iyer bottom WiSde:in.Beusid*������y;  county? while" tike; C:"3isg&|-r/'board of  tradftpassed a eeeelatioivf^omd "time*  ago to the provincial govi^-jbswaint asking; that a full investigation   be -snade  llAn_nO     \m\    ^ia_Atra_ftt_3a>at_    ���������_������������_-���������      fi_������_..fec*__    *_>������     ������fei  m������^  _l itcwe informal purcy was n������-ia at,  'fahe home of Mr. and Mrs. Ken. Dewar  on Thursday Bast."and a snout -enjoy-  ������,_������_ tlEiiiD is n;j}Ort������u   "j?  a'nce. " 1  power company,��������� _* ~*,.   ~  . _       TE "* lti"���������_.������. ~���������������-���������_i.*..--,_.   ���������*    a-������������������ "*_*>������>������_  ,������_,.   ar.   aaaiaivi ccwa>va,aj_:y   la*.     tu,o   -eaAIOti-\  *35������y,E,5s,$S ffwCSftSijStfc-. ,������_!!!&������a-*$- ���������"������-%_&*.:  f-tfanatian&k prgani^t^on %roj^n|f^e  reclamation of the K������Wtte-nay VaWey,  ,a-3ck to whom the' reeolation . of "the-  SGealcSuh was uddt���������������$������_, ~ hw tak.e_i  the< matter up with United' Sfcates  Senator William   E.   Borah,   who   in  turn has seferred it to .-"Secretary of lh^n"re_ewed,,and some  Slate Chas. IS. Hughes, on account of |������l���������nfe������lia.v**- been put in  the internr-tipnal. questions involved*  The-proposed dan* would make the  West Kootenay company one -of^the  largest, power corporations in G&nasLti,  giving to their plant a' total of ������10,000  horsepower. Tlie dam "traelf, ar pro-  would he about 12Q0"  '���������SjVlaagaggg     "|"_1*������    ae-fr^*a-_g_aV*_f  jfvQ    a-8naTll1iia-Slll     - I      ft-an  ton under existing* treats-*-1 between  "^he-United States and Canada, to say  nothing of t he pressure being; brought  ������*<iwitBt the ps-ttjec^, from   within   the  *���������  -_  aii ia attend-  f Miss Sing of Ainsworth is a-visitor  here at ^present, the guest -of Miss  Agnes Walsh."     -  !������he deck of Duck Cn-ek   brid^e^has  ^iiWnfe������lia.v** been put  house briclKe.  needed new  the  school-  -_. _..s*.  esa^f-runy ** *������a*aC������5 >s-t������c. quite a Sasccsss  in evei*y*Jy*i3?-'^Unfortunately, the hull  is-small andi''the^ crowds lar^e. but at  that everyone seemed to enjoy themselves, * There.will be, a dance thio Saturday _%ht, -with an' admission of TS"  ListeiT is Elected;  W-iSlFavored  OoL'^Iiister" will ?" be Creation's  represeut-ti ve in -, ,4iae provincial  legislature for tlie ilext four years.  and at this ws-i|-in������*Jt looks as if  the l_ibera!s will eontlnue to hold  the������reihB of government, though  until the absentee -. fgto&i in all the  ridinf������ are Oounti^li'on July 31th  no positive atatemeii* can he made  as to. which; p������f������j^"8|gPl ~"|.overi-t.  ���������    For .:tiuk ^njiaB Waitm iino__oial  Mtt^M������t-Uh''       <_������-aa-^_"_fte    *_-������.���������        jf^AfAM ���������j-fc.        _T������a_i  -f-k  *-*c:-i-������a^������*i������-5       ^^������**vw w"%*rura-'--^fc������*o*v������oa   ;    ������-v    uSiVv  polled 793 -vote^^ohn   _aToroross  votes;  441, ^nd" Mrs. F������^6^362.' Whilstizi  the province.the st^itding of the  -parties is liiherai^^id independent  X-ilierala ^f C-qn-^erratives t%i Tto  vEhcial "^rt^t^lffip.Ss T������������Sep_������  dent I,, and "BSip^lileorge - still in  doubt. Fr������i_iier Oliver was defeatr  ed Jn* Victoria, an^Li<*KT. J. .Bowser,  CJonserv���������.ti-s'ev, Ie*s-_eRr sneered "o'e-  feat In Vancouver"'whilst the small  majority ������ener&r^McRa������ of the  Provmcial J^art^r has is likely to he  wiped ^oUt;,whe?k ^alraentee votes are  Go&a������s������LV Hf,^ hsisj;' - -raplassd vs?ith  ^i������."l_iVpIi SmithjXiberal. 7 "  .. lis Creitpn Va11ey: the election of  Gol. ^bler does no|~ come as a surprise. Ssiii the - ni^|d?rity-   he   rolled  | Mr. Brain and Mrs/ Evans.    The late  | Mr. Vernon was* .a   very popular resident of J_ister and   his   death   will he  heard of with "deep regret hy a host of  friends.  - Miss JB. Dimmock of "Walla Walla,  Wash., ts a.' visitor here afc *-are_ent-  with h������>r aunt, Mrs. Finlay. - -  Mrs. Koss of _lova Seotia is a Xaster  --visitor at present,   the   guest  of   her  daughter, Mrs. Frank Baker.  The Eitster ladies are .having a meet*'  ing at tha schoolhouse en' Friday to  devise ways and means to make the  purchase of an organ for-use in church  "worship" and Sunday school. An io-  -trunsesat has. been offered them at  _-rand Forks at a very attractive price  and ai* is hoped that arrangements^can  "be made.to secure it for use here...  due-try iu British Cokuubia the -proposed " improvement is hig-hfyi eom-  -xtendableand* it is said* .therein lies  th^danger to th-? - a|^ico,*iv_s-al inter?  ests of the Kootenai Valley, i^r a. dam  built at the proposed site * would raise  ithptenay lake^ix feet" ahofe^-JIg P,pest,  - ^m^i^mjmmtKt^sendL.^  j_?-fc"^l������-^-as;---!S-A������7aP������^f4 s������;������u������i*i_  ex|wpessea-"in*-^^'tt--sr- received' hyMs.  Kent from S.*?aM<kD^������>yj,- chief en  gineerof ttie diviMoh.of agsic������!i-������s-tt!  engix-eeringi of* W-shington, D.C.,  who, a number of years ago- visited  the ECootenai Valley En the. interests  of his department.; Theletter follows:  -*Dssar |Sr_ ^.isau I asp iii receipt of  yohr-letter of May isrenelosiug sesa  lution-TpaBsed oy the Board of. Trade  at Creston, B.C., and the Koobet-*ui  Valley Commercial club, relating to  the application of the West Kootenay  Power and Light company for permission to eiect a dam. aoross Kootenay  E_.se hblbw Nelson which will raise  the low water level of Kootenay Lake  about Six feet.  "From the information we have  available It is not believed that' the  erection of the proposed dam will materially affect the maximum' flood  stag������s in Idaho, However, it is 'possible that the increase in the low water  Btag-e will make it impossible to obtain.  good dmiBHage for the bottom Ising- in.  Idaho. The low water stage at.Bon������  ners Ferry is practically the same as  that of the lake. Under present conditions tbe dlffrerence In elevation be-  hn ������a���������irafatt  t.wn^i  Isa^lf^a attf;  a������������*  m.w. r.._ . ��������� s-sr?.  refreshments will be charged 25 rents. Ifage poll; was   totally   uiiexpeeted  - a. -i ���������-r-/a__   __. *-*-     "* "*"    *��������� -  Mr-"- Ifleteher, inspector, ~ and Mr.  Taylor of th'e Dominion Elxpress-Com-  panypare- ������>cc-_pying jo. small" shack  that has been e������)s^e^.ior their accnm-  tho^tionon4l-i^^^l7Hagen ranch.  "Ifisa Phyllis Fosall, who has been  -attendin^-high ** school -at Kelson, is  faomefor'the holidays.  Wybnde! has- "two pupUs at Creston  this week -writing on the "Entrance exams.. They are Adelaide Rosin-ale  and powarei Si.5������gsby= ^  The feature to the polling here on  Friday" was the.substantial vote rolled  up for John Korcross. who led the voting, with Mrs. Foster standing, second.  Wynndel voted in favor of beer by 58  fc>33.  by both Idbersls- |feid Provincials.  On the. f*"hoie Mi^V JToster. polled a  larger   vote c tha^'   was - expected.  -"Section day was very quietly _b  served at Lister, but the vote polled  was_fully as heavy as at any other  point; the count of the ballots showing  Lister 69; korcross 3 and Mrs. Foster  4. John Finlay had charge of the  ballot box, with JE. Xiangston assisting  as clerk. ^ .   , .  -sMts. F. N. Thompson w-is a. visitor  with -kelson friends a - few days last  week.  Entrance and H.S.  ,  Pupils Writing  Eight of the' nine schools fn the  'CresuOu Valley have <-smdidates writing on ^ the Entrance examination  tests,, which^opened at Creston on  Wednesday morning, "with Miss _aa-  ton supervlsinss the pupils from the  outside schools and Miss Wade in  charge of the town pupils. A total of  37 scholars are writing, of whom six-  tss-i cosn^ as-vuui OrgstOir. xhis is the  unal day of the examinations, the  papers being sent on to Victoria for  consideration oy the'departmental ex-  an-mers. as'd it will be at le������st ������������������"*  month before the list of successfu  students will he issued. Those writing'  arei - .r������  Frances Malthouse, tniomasTMitchell,  Dorctthy _ijb!ow.  Canyon City���������LaHian "Cook, J-sa*3-?ts������  Messenger. Stella--Speaker, Minnie  Strong.*" ���������   ^5" ~' \J ~-  Hric-ksffib���������Floyd Celli, Jeanne Hall,  Richard "Hall. Joan Kemp, Molly  Kemp; "Robert Itong. Beth Putnam.'  HnscrofaVr-Elxner Huscrof���������  Kitchener���������Alice Molander.  Sli-dar���������-Wi J Touhey.  Wynndel���������AdelaideRosindale, Howard Slingsby.   ;  Jsa. mc-uougaii was a visitor* at  Kitchener a few days this' week, trying  out the trout fishing at that point.  '" Mrs. Frank Staples arrived home at  the end of the weak from  a month's  a?���������__���������!_   KBtS4"k   "aFa*-t__*������*Jlat-i        mt,���������*        ���������"**���������_m���������*_ bv������������ar������^*-.S*F>        ���������*>-__���������%  I  Edmonton, Alberta.  Charlie Botteriil, who is Working in  Spokane, was a weekend visitor with  his parents here, -making the trip by  motor.  Followin-? is thfe vote at. Valley poll-      _-  %      _ __ ^    Jr"*    - _ *- -   '*"-  "    ' J^^E^^M^^'%--y<' "     '--*-' ]    -Mr: and-MrSwE. CJarki -who   have  Creston���������Mareneritc Besney, Sd~  wai-d Bush, Will Bush, Charles Cotter-  ili, Edith Couling, JJoyd Coaling, Eileen Hendy, Lilliati Lewis. Keith Lid-  gate, Jasyce "Moore, Allister Boss, Albert Sherwood, Annie Smith. Clarence  Staples, Henry Webst-ff. 3_a_e3 West.  .<������.-.,J-r-  .~J~~XJ~-  "S_tchen->r-i_r  -~^_a_^"*-9ea--aa_a- 5*o9tsr;  jancKson *-,.,,,  Canyon City.  Lister.   Creston..  Iteclmn Farm.  Wynnde!   Sirdar..  Boswell.  v-^C>-&t-3:'<3S*'> *-  -   .6-  "sa- - - 2������.  10  29" .      Bv  34  ������t:."    s.  '4  22_   .      S7-,  -63  5             5*,  "  ok. .       *oa  9ft  15             7   .  11  22           12  IS  GRAND THEATRE  r, JUNE  in  "Alias thd  Nigh! Wind"  Love and Justice \yoere'  WOetJLWWmXetm   OtfS. Jt^OmlmmOW^Cl&m  _$cwi*gat'.  7  boMBDY,  W%*9fi  r^*i# DacBts Get  Mifjgminvr  Fox Neum  Alksm &Idim&  School is due to close today for the-  summer vacation. Due to the demand for berry pickers the attendance  this week hae been down to seven.  An additional auto truck hap -been  sent in from Nelson and is being used  when required on the rock haul for  the hard surface road, which is now  built almost as far as tho Sherwood  ranch.  -Victor Carr has juRt completed the  erection of a new packing -shed on his  ranch here.  Albert Davles, who has been work-  lag .at Fernie for the past few. months,  Id home on a holiday with his parents  at present. ���������.**"' . _  Moat all the voters from the Alice  Biding section were at Creston on Friday,moist of them ta^inga ba'.f day at  It, remaining in town for the English  Church ladles tea and doing shopjplng.  Bcotty Todd la expected hore from  Grand Forks next week to tuko a look  over   his    property "Interests,     The  idooial Oluh will give a royal welcome  as they certainly do appreciate his  kindness In letting them have his  house for. their dances.  . The strawberry ehipplnB is at -'-its  peak this week and will bo practically  at aa end before thin tenth of July.  !>*->������ t*������ the'e-reeselvely dry- Miiy the  yields have not beed up to early-seiuToh  expeotatlons. The first raspberries  will likely be* moving bftfoie the week  is out,   -.���������-���������''���������  Friday ulgl-ti dances at the Todd  raiuclt have featured the berry seaiiou  azitt uuotiH-r kr scheduled for this eve-  nfinM- which w"1J fwcluds a -sJciEtic feed.  For the whole Creston riding the  unofficial figures show oftotal vote  of 804 for beer, with 718 against,  with Creston Valley voting against  beer hy a show of 395 to 358. The  local vote stood.  Kitchener-  ErickBon   Cany.in City..  Lister   Crestop   Rec Farm*..  Wynndel ^.  Siidar   Boswell   For Beer.  Against Boer.  .     3d  11  27  38  .     23  52  27  38  .    157  216  7  3  58  33  . - 28  6  27  22  lmmJiS$������7GSSr  FJ.ve pupils frotn the Lister school  are at Creston this week writing on  the usual nsidsummer Entrance examination--. They hip Frances Malt-  hnur-e, Jane Huucroft, Dorothy Niblow, Jack Jory. and Alex. Mitchell.  Ihis is more than double the number  of candidates sent tip in any previous  yettrv''  "Quite a number of former residents  of Xiioter were hero nt. the end of the  weak In order to mark their ballots on  election day. Those from Klockmann  Included Mr. and Mrs. C. Charloeon,  Mr. and, Mrs. Head, "Ft. T. JMiilner,  James Duncan and W;' Mitchell.  ;  Oeorgo Chudloy, who arrived buck  for election day from TEUoclcm&nn, Is  remaining for a couple of weeks, and  will not be returning Until about the  middle of July.   ' v r  Col. Lister left on Siuulay fop Vancouver, where he Is attending a provincial Conservative conference.  . .VVord i-oaohedi h������"i*o at t>i*e en*l of the  week of the deifth of Hatty Vernon at  Thormupollo, Wyoming, about the  middle of May, and from the information available It -iaom"> that arrangements bad been mode for the burial of  the body, at thai-place. This makes  the thitd death, amongst the original  tCT   SAttlCS-S,   the. tWCi  -������B.t.ark-aa  i:,m',Ow  ���������to their new" hooie at.G������iryoa -?- * *J~J " "  ���������   ' ,. ^       .   ^'' -*-���������c-  -  The cherry -chipping season opened  here on Thursday  last, the_ first crate"  of thesom- variety coming En frum the  W. Gh. Latt-fejohn ranch.  * Mrs. B. Haskins, who has. been a  visitor with friends at~������trathmore,  "Alberta,, for the past.month, arrived  home on Saturday.  The plasterers are expected to arrive  this weeu to complete the interior of  the house Mr. Stocks is building' on  the.former Conway ranch, and which  they are hoping to move into early in  July.  School closes fur the midsummer  vacation today, nnd the term will be  bi-ought to a close with at picnic for all  the pupils.  - Raspbei a-y shipping hasalreiidy com  mehced, S..Fraser, Geo. Leudbe&ter  and Ed. Martin each having the flrst  _ in ten, which went east on Tuesday.  The jituuwbeny season will wind up in  about a week from present appearances.  Seven of the pupils of .Eriekson  school are t rying tbicr luck on the  Fntvance examination tests at Creston this week, as follows: Floyd  Celli, Jeanne Hull, Richard Hall, Joan  Kemp, v Robert Long, Molly Ktsm.p,  Beth Putnam.  The Qlrls Guild of Christ Church;  Creston, are giving u tea and sale of  work ut the W, H. Kemp home on  Tuesday afternoon, and in the evening  there will be dancing.  in* the High School sec&on there-are  fourteen pupils writing in the four distinct classes, as follows*  Preliminary, Grade IX.���������OHie Christie, Jeff Knott, Mary Meirrell, Winnie  P-Hfi-eyman.  t -���������.>     -  , "Advanced; Grade X.^-_3dith Palfrey*  ���������B"feu.r . - ,    7^- - ^ xry a _    -    \   ,  ~J^m^3emnr,--^ai^i|e*flte Crawford^  B--lK*it CmwfOi<_i Has*-! HobSen. Eva  Holmes, VemJLIetter, Eva W-*tbster.  Matriculation���������Albert  KickeJ, Wilfred Hetherington.  X_aiw  HS. Pupils Graduate  The following High School pupils  havo*>een promoted w1t>hoi|j| depart-  inental examinations, nikuies in order  of.merit*' '":  .Grade IX to Grade X.������������������ Donald  Young, Helen Moore. Annaretta McDonald, John Murrell. Edith Crawford. Jtui Clucrrington,' Ivan Staples,  A'rvEllji'.' OJea-JC, Ivin CanaptJian, SI.c:*5������is Z  Manuel, Ben Orawfora-1, Mwrlon Laar-  enonth, Jean Oralglc, Kffio Llnlciohn.  Glen Messenger,"*Evelyn Bevan, Chai**-  lio HolmoB, JNancy. uowno, linby Lister* Olef Payne.   ""  Grade X. to Grade XI.���������Ernest  SteplnQSis. GJaia^-jTs WebaU-r^ NiAbsle Sfl������>  Rohb, Kathleen Llttlelohn, Evelyn.  Hurry.  Edith Davles, Robert Moore,  Jaaaati  llaktl. "  Mrs. McEinley and Mr. and Mm;  Ferine of Palo Alta., Calif., who have  been on an extended trip to Europe,  and have just spent a week with their  cousin. Mrs. Jones at Kuskanook, left  for home on Sunday.  Mr. and Mr������*. Cam spent the weekend with friends in Cranbrook.  Mr. and Mrs. Taylor of Cranbrook  were weekend visitors here to meet  the Eatters- uuother and sister, Mrs.  CI eland and daughter Joe, of Sun*������  shine Bay, who spent the latter parjt  of the week here.  Betty Walt her, who has been a  patient in the hospital at Cranbrook  for a tonsolitis operation, is doing  nicely nnd will be home in a few days.  Mrs. Walther is remaining in Cranbrook^ with the patient.  Mr. and Mrs. Andrews left last  Monday for Beavermoiith, to which  point he has been transferred. Will  Goodman is expected   to   ou-rive   nny  day to take the position of permanent  night operator.  Will Touhey has been at Creston a  few days this week, writing on his Entrance examination--.  *      ' Urn  Mr. and Mrs, Dennes were election  day visitors at Gieaton. Mrs. Dennes  going to the met,w*polt-* to consult Dr.  Henderson, duo to eye trouble  Tne body of D, Campliell, who whr  drowned off the haige at Kootenay  Liinding on J one 14 th, *tvas recovered  Just one week later, and the remains  were taken to Nelson in which city  the funeral took place on Tuesday.   *-  Mrs. Whitesldes was a visitor with  Cr-inlflrw������k friends this week, leaving  toy the s51rIs!o���������u" cSty an Watdi-sea-day,  BlajcLdai. ������l������y pauiKMHl off motat hcuriuon-  lously with the electors dividing their  votes up amongst the three cn.ndlclat.fs  about    aa   expected.       Miss     Knott  ofEciated ������������ poll clerk.  "Ilubber Btatmiw,   any  description.  ���������W. Ti-4Mu*oU, fl3*-������-������t������������n.  *  iiiiliiPwj!;i|iiiigi!������H -TTITi"!    TOlTtmiTW  - .    -^���������  nftESTON,  1  m  Most grocers se  itt|E RIBBOfr TEA  and nukst people  drink  it.   Do yoii  have^ it  iii  VOEr * "*  aLOglbter  A''Story oi Romance and Adventure  of "Western Pioneer Days  -���������BY ���������  ALEXANDER D. McLEOD  (Published by Special Arrangement  'with the Author)  -^ _   his side. Her sprightly bearing under" the strain through which she had  passed, and through which she was  still passing, indicated "a vitality that  seemed to surpass human endurance.  0*i0"i  (Continued)  Her rippling laugh at his retort indicated that she appreciated the  humor of his allusion. "No," she  said, "whiLe we * are really horse  thieves, and ha,Yp-"been discovered by  the police with stolen horses in our  possession, Ave trust to the paroled  honor-of our prisoner, and the sure-  ness of our aim, to hold our captive  in subjection."  In this way they travelled three  deep during several miles of their  journey. They kept up a spirited conversation that covered in its range  many topics of interest. College  educated himself, Ronald found that  his companions' range ot reading had  covered the works of all well-known  authors, -which they were both able to  discuss with an "understanding and  intellectual grasp that surprised him."  Expressing surprise at their unusual  accomplishments in that respect,  asked them how it was. In reply Mr.  Fraser told him that, feeling the disadvantages under" which they were  placed, by being so far removed from  schools and other advantages for  their daughter, they occupied the long  hours of the winter nights in reading  in turns to each other, and in discussing the works they read. He said  they found this mode of pastime very  'interesting, an.d thus'the loneliness of  their home life in the lack of neighbors and social advantages were largely overcome.  This interesting information heightened his admiration for his companions. Being of a studious and literary turn of mind himself, their conversation proved to be of intense interest to him, as-his also seemed to  be entertaining to them. In this way  the otherwise tedious hours of the!  long trip passed most pleasantly. ��������� J  Gradually, as they'advanced, the  deep blue haze of the Moose Mountains looming in the distance, and  blending more and more with the  green of the vegetation, indicated the  progress they were making. Though  the sun was hot. a light western  breeze sweeping over the prairies added not a little to the comforts of the  trip. By Ronald the weariness of his  two days e;������.rtions was forgotten in  the pleasure he experienced in the  society of ihe young woman riding by  BEFORE MY  1 Was Greatly Benefited by  Taking Lydia E. Pihkham's  Vegetable Compound  Sydenham, Ont.���������"1 took your  -medicine before my baby was born, and  itr-waj- a great help to me a������ I was very  pooriy until I bad Btarted to take it. I  just felt aa though 1 waa tired out all  the time and! would have weak, faint  spells. My nerves would bother meun-  t:l t could kc*. little rest, nip-htor day.  I was told by n friend to take Lydia B.  PinUham'8. Vegetable Campouncf, and I  only took a few bottles and it helped me  ���������wonderfully. 1 would recommend it to  any womnn. I am doin# what I can to  recommend thia #ood medicine. J will  lr-nrl that litl-!*** ho**,!- yon fwnt-. Trtf" tnany  one f can help. You can with the grcat-  n.qt of plcnaiir������ une my name Jn regard to  the Vegetable Compound if it will help  other:- take It. "'-���������Mrs. HARVEY MlLLi-  /,AJ", Sydenhnm, Ont.  It is rcmartcablo how many caaea have  been reported Himllar to thia one. Many  women are poorly at mich timemand get  into  si weakened, run-down condition,  whi-n It, In (T-nnent'n! Io l.hr* mother, nr.i  well fia the child, that her atrcngfch bo  U-spt, up.  Lydia E, Pinlcham'-i Vegetable Compound is an excellent tonic for the  mother nt thia time. It In prepnred  from aTiedfcInail rootfl and herb**, rind rloftM  no t *:������>ntain any harmful dragon. 11 may be  'takon in aatety by tho muring mot hen-.  vv  TJ.  ng no sign of    weariness,    she  .kept up her. part of the conversation  with a vivacity and cheerfulness that  was most surprising todihu.  Toward the late hours "of the afternoon they reached the foothills of,the  mountains. Here, in order to relieve her mother's distress, she decided to gallop ahead, and be the first  bearer of the good news. Accordingly setting spurs to-her horse, she was  soon out of sight over the brow of the  first ridge of hills. Within an hour  of her departure, they reached the  house and soon had their horses  coralled. They were assisted in this  task by a couple of young men from  the settlement, who, on learning of  the kidnapping, had come to the ranch  to offer their assistance.  Through feelings of delicacy, Ronald  remained  behind  chatting    with    the  men,  while Mr. Fraser went-Into the  house to rejoin    the    family.      Both  men, Ronald learned, were on  transport    service    during    the    rebellion.  What  interested   them     chiefly     was,  however,    the     particulars  regarding  the  abduction.       They  evidently-had  learned something of the events from  Miss Eraser herself before Ronald arrived, but wishing to hear more of the  details,- they   endeavoured     to    make  he j him their informant.      He accordingly  related the facts to them. .     '  -   Mr. Fraser, in due time appeared at  the   door** and   invited  them   into- the  house.     As'Ronald entered the large  room,  Mrs.  Fraser,  still  showing the  signs of distress and anguish .she had  suffered   during   their   absence,   arose  to  greet him..-       Taking Ms extended  hand into both her :owi_, she   held it  clasped, while for a few moments/ unable to find words to express herself,  she "scanned his face with eyes dimmed with tears of joy and happiness.  Composing herself,  at  last she  said:  "Oh, Mr. MacRae, It was God's Providence that sent you o'ur way when he  did to save our child!      I cannot .find  words- to  express  our deep gratitude  to you for --/hat you have done for us.  But, I am sure,.God will reward you."  "Mrs. Fraser, it is sufficient reward  for me to have earned your���������gratitude.  I was fortunate to have been in a position  to  give what help I  could  at^a  time when I was needed.      We were  fortunate In being able to  save your  daughter   in   time   before  -harm   had  overtaken    her,    and    to    have    her  brought home safe to you again.      In  that itself I  feel, that I  ana well rewarded.     What I have done, with the  assistance   of  Mr.   Fraser,  was   only  doing  a duty that    any    other    man  would have done in the same position.  At the same time, Mrs. Fraser, I thank  yon for your most kind words."  "Mary has told me what she has  gone through, and she feels more  than grateful to you for what you  have done. It was a sore trial for us  while it. lasted, hut God has been good  to us in restoring our'daughter to us  without harm. While we feel that  we shall never be able to re-pay you  for what you have done for us, our  gratitude and blessings shall follow  you in the years to come wherever  you may be."  Deeply    interested,    the only words  Ronald could find to express himgelf  were:  "It Is kind of you to say that,.  Mrs. Fraser, and 1 shall ever bear that  fact In mind."  As the two strangers Intimated their  intent ion to star Ling on their return  iiouri'-, Mrs. Fraser persuaded upon  them io remain for dinner. She  then proceeded to set the table and  make porparalions fox the ��������� evening  meal. The men, in the meantime,  sat around and engaged--in conversation rill the dinner was .prepared.  They had not. long to wait, for the  tabl*^ s<*t to nccommotlal.0 six, was  Boon ready and laden with everything  to tempt Ihe appetite. After inviting "hem to Hit; In, she wont to the  ���������������������������ifffiSnv-'y nnd -'filler" her (Ta'"t_htcr, who  wan (lre.������'���������-.ing I'ov Ihe (lliinfir.  The f������w moments that preceded the  daiiRhter'H apporrance wm exciting  -nrilnu-'e-- for Ronald, who had ,���������ol. yet  s'-i"n her decked out fn female pjnrh.  He awaited \u.i" iipponranee with a  rapidly puljfuifInK heart. An rIi-i on-  ���������""���������Ved the room, lie'immediately aroHfi  froivi his chair at the lahln and, r.tep-  'un;* h:.ily he fU'evv oul Mie eha'r ������������������������(������������������  nerved for her on liIm W-fl, Ah iiho  i-a-j. dow" *il������e aol<nowleil!*"<���������<. hla courl-  e������y w!lh a. nod and, nmUUm, thanked  him. Too n.rjitnlly amnirsetl to fako  nore of h*-v aj*'i"-arani---', h<> nut down  b'.'Klrl*������ her fir.fl cttrrU'tl out bin pfirf  witli f-i"ffi<f'l**nr. nornpori'ur'* to conccn)  him mf'Tital ii tell a I Ion. Ti'iiltif'd In 1h<  iii'l of titl-yf-������- niFm������K"iH, ;im(I <n-in-wl (���������������������*��������� of  comvnon u-'.-i'-'-m, he did lil.'. \i������\-t rvlth a  I  natural ease of manner that attracted no attention from those ai'ound  hiin. She, "to the manner born," responded with ecjual grace.  Mrs. Frasor,' presiding at tlie head-  ofthe^ table and generous to .a. fault,  passed :the" good things with" which  her table was supplied, and urged her  guests to partake,- generously. ' This  the appetising food tempteSL them to  do without urging. The two strangers had a long-* ride of twenty-five  miles ^jahead of them before reaching:  their " homes for the night, there  was, accordingly, no pressing on them  to prolong their stay.' Before leaving, however, they intimated to Mrs.  Fraser that, .judging from the interest  the people of their settlement were  taking in the disappearance of her  daughter, she need not be surprised if  she should have several guests- for the  following evening. She told them  that, she would be pleased to see as  many of them as felt like coming. "We  have lots of room," she said, "we  shall be pleased to entertain them the  best we can."  After a refreshing bath in the cool  waters of the lake, Ronald was ste-o'll-  ing along the beach in the direction  of the house when Mr. Fraser called  him to come and join the family circle on*the verandah. Here he had  the first opportunity of getting a-good  look at the young lady as she graced  the family Itfe���������the young lady around  whom his chief interest at the present  time centred. As'she sat in front "of  him, now daintily attired in a muslin  frock, her nimble fingers deftly working on an intricate piece of embroidery, and at the same time keeping up  an animated conversation, this j-oung  soldier, so long removed from the social advantages- to which he had been  accustomed, became deeper and deeper enmeshed*fri.her attractive charms.  Her thick mass of wavy brown hair  was neatly arranged with slight waves  covering the tipper corners of her  forehead; thence it was drawn with a  wavy sweej>falong the sides of her  head, covering the ears, and gathered  in a neat broad roll at the back of her  head and neck: Her full blue-gray  eyes, encircled by long curved dark  lashes, were overhung by dark slightly ar-ching brows and a full intellectual forehead. Her regular features  showed strength and refmem en friending a cast -to her countenance that  would attract, attention, among many���������  a face that would be noticed-for distinction rather than for beauty." Her  skin, whiLe showing . evidences of  weather tan, still retained its natural  unruffled smoothness of surface. In  appearance she was the picture , of  health and perfect physical development. She had that strength of carriage and pqis������S that is characteristic  of an athletic and active life in tlie  open. --;"' - ' '   "..''���������������������������':������������������:-  Ronald took: in these details of her  personal appearance while engaged In |  conversation p% general   . topics    and '  matters   of  local-and  home  interest.  This   was   kept  till   the   dusk   of   the  evening/when Mrs. Fraser suggested  retiring and taking a long rest in the  morning.      This suggestion was readily    agreed    to    by    all three-weary  travellers.      They were all commencing  to  show  signs  of weariness,  especially   Mr.   Fraser,  who,   as" he  sat  in his chair, was yielding to ffSture's  demand for sleep.  "Mr. MacRae," said Mrs. Fraser,  "your roo_i is the one on the northwest corner at the hea tj^f the stairs.  I shall leave a light in it for you; when  you feel like retiring.. I hope that  you will enjoy a good rest, for I am  sure you will need it after all that j'ou  have gone through the past two days.  Goodnight all."  1 "Goodnight, mother dear," added  Mary, as she hugged and kissed her  mother affectionately on, retiring.  Ronald  was  shown  to. his  room -a  short time  after this  by Mr.  Fraser.  It   was    one    of    four, bedrooms into  which  the upper  floor  of  the   house  was divided.     While the room, whose  rustic  walls   were  whitewashed,  was  chiefly  furnished with    rustic    handmade furnishings, evidently the handy  work  of  Mr.   Fraser  himself,  it  was  neat, tidy and clean, and as suggestive  of    homeyaiess    as    tlie lower apartments of the house.      What particularly took his fancy was the white immaculately clean linen sheets between  which he  was to Bleep���������a luxury he  had not enjoyed since he had enlisted with the Queen's    Own   Rifles    nt  Toronto four  years before, and  with  which  regiment-he  had  served until  selected,    on    account   of his skill in  horsemanship, to act as scout in advance of the troops. "Tt was a pleasing denouement to an unexpected and  exciting  two   days'   adventure.       His  last    thoughts    as    he yielded to tho  ratigue that was by now commencing  to ovcr.owei* his vltnl energies, were  of tho young woman���������thoughts' which  within the past two days, had become  an obsession with him,  "'"    <To be continued)  m M-j/s^sr g-r-.yqa. ���������  iniiW-iy- ���������*"-  Sbothmg, Speedy & Safe /br  Skin Diseases & /nJur/es.  ��������� Wants Separate Irish Currency -  Darrell Figgis, a leading independent member of the Bail Eireann, raised the question of a separate Irish  Free State eui'rejjey, the Free State  having the right to abandon the British currency and establish one of its  own. There seems to be'no general  public supportfor this view at present.  ���������"Canada's Oldest" Newsie"^ Dies 9  . Thomas, Flaherty, reputed to be  Canada's/oldest "Newsle," and who  for 30 odd -years has been one of  Fort William's most picturesque  characters, is dead at the age of ^33.  He was a veteran of 21 years' continuous active service in the 'Im-  perial Army.  is one of those pure food products that is so  gopa ana popular  that  i_ is , Known  and  U.-*cu-  s.  from one end of Canada to the other.  _> '   a. -*  " <Jrown Brand," .the original tJorn  Syrup, is the favorite because of its "  'flavour arid unquestioned  quality-  Accept no substitute-.   ,  M*K~'- irtScU-teW^afr  '������-*nt^3^      obtained.  fS������ly>* *ves?  iraliShiernavori9  meal."  hutjhr>usfjbef(eer������  231  ������ Save money by using SMP Enameled Ware cooking vessels. They use  less fuel. To satisfy yoursielf, try this  convincing test in your kitchen. Take  an SMP Enameled Sauce Pan and one  of equal size made of aluminum, tin  or other metal. Into each pour two  quarts of cold water. Place each sauce  pan over the fire. The water in the  SMP Enameled Sauce Pa'n will be boiling: merrily when the water In the  other is just beginning to simmer.  Save your money.   Use  ~.Si  At  A Face of Porcelain and a Heart of Steel*  "Dire* fti-t-T-ea: Pearl Ware, two coats of  -peiurljr.ffrey enamel In-idc and out; OUmotid  Ware, three coat*,- light bine and white cut-  aide, white Ilnlnr. Cryatn.*,' Ware, three coat*,  pure  whlto inside and out, with Royal  I)la������  cdfi-lna.  UB  Ljbyaifx*ft|  MP  [p.ROM'OlE'.MW'tnMRMIHO;  WNWE'SIEffN'-CANA'DA;/  Cj"*^*   ^0$4&QP������  *0d������a&s**  ttmc ECONOMY buy  (Also m Packages 85$ & 20f)  I'mMJmmmmmmtmmtm  59  mm.  wmmmmm  wm  mmsmm  !__���������_  immm  immmmm  m THE    REVIEW,    CRESTON, , _q.  /  'V*    FLAKE I.YS Is ihfe*   ^ff  first-aid'to borne sanitation. No.  thins- equals it for *slean_i_ oat  -sinks and drains, cleaning: greaay  cooklne utepoils, keeping floors  clean, etc. Get a can from your  arrocer. It will e&ve you much  -hard! labor. '  -  GILI  ILiTIE  ������?  BUEL-Y TOip  Production Of Natural Gas  ���������* Alberta   Second   Only   to   Ontario -In  Production 'of Natural Gas  The total production of natural gas  aV -���������"  An the province of Alberta during the  year 1923, according to returns made  by the Dominion Bureau of Statistics,  was 6,135,260,000-cubic feet, in "Comparison with 5,868.-439,0*10. cubic feet in  1922. The province '^ji this regard  Is second o_ly to -Ontario, which produced i���������'1923,-a total of 7,900,000,000  cubic feet.  The total production * of crude  petroleum in Alberta in 1923 was 6,559  barrels *cohipared ..with - 4,525 barrels  in 1922.- 'Natural gas is now,, in use  in* four cities in Alberta. "*"   *  A committee was appointed in the  "House" of Commons to inquire into-the  subject'of old age.pensions.  Abolitfoh'of British-duties on dried  fruits will have a stimulating effect  .on the fruit industry of British Columbia, states H. S. Simpson, manager of the British Columbia Berry  Growers" Association.  \ The Western Canadian hard courts  tennis championship will be decided  at Reglna, Sask., this "year, it was decided at a meeting of the Manitoba-  Tennis Association here. Play will  start on August i8.  General Armando Diaz"_as resigned  his post as Minister.of War for reasons of heaffh.. He will he .succeeded by ? General Antonio Di Giorgi.  Gen. Diaz was commander-in-chief of  the Italian armies in the Great War.  J. S. Woodsworth, M.P. for Winnipeg Centre, 7E3. W. Guppy and C.  .Brown, were selected- to represent  "Vfanitpba labor organizations at the  British Commonwealjji Labor conference in -London, commencing August 18. ���������  _ The Kingdom of the Netherlands;"*  whose bankers at one time^ were lenders to the world, recently concluded  negotiations*' with an American bank--  inig syndicate for a $40,000,000 loan���������  its ^flrat external borrowing on >i dollar .basis.        "   -  ' Nearly half the people in Japa*n are  . --eached by electric lighting-service, "j.  *s*.  W&INFTlim Cannot Bo*f  But you can Promote _  Clean, Healtby Condition  *U_eMt_i_e Eye Remedy  .   ' "Nishta-dMornine."  "Seep *roaW-~"-eaiCEea-,cae-r, and frXealtby.  - Write for Free EyeCare Book.  B_i_ffiE-r������--me_rCOa-9EutQ!!i'k Street. Cblcasa  "WM _S'_��������� WM  Cigarette Pap  Large Double Book  120 Leaves ,  Finest-You Can Buy/  AVOID IMITATIONS  Killed By Blood Poison  Used an, ol<W razor for paring his  corns: Foolish; because 25c buys a  bottle of Putnam's Painless Corn Extractor which for fifty years has been  removing" corns and warts without  pain. No failure if you use "Putnam's. -Refuse a substitute, 25c everywhere.  What do  other eyes see? "  -���������t  Ask and answer this question honestly  \  Your mirror can tell you what  other eyes see���������if you will- consult it honestly, and honestly accept its judgment.  But you need not fear its verdict. -Because unlovely skin need  not remain unlovely. The alluring youthful/ complexion Nature  gave you may be yours today.  *  -Millions oi women now follow  this simple rule to keep the radiance and beauty of * schoolgirl  complexion.   You can, too.  Just this  - Cleanse the skin regularly, authorities say, to keep your; com-  Made in  Canada  plexion lovely, radiant, youthful.  Rtt*  ���������    H������&,iri4-A       r.C       1*-������������*C*U        .-tf~ ,Z��������� _  ��������� ���������-       _*������������������.������*.. ^.      x^m      ..nibu       _.iC<.lA&illg  methods.   They injure skin.  Wash' thoroughly with  Palmolive Soap���������each night before retiring. JR-ub the creamy-  foamy -"athefVell into the tiny  pores. Rinse ��������� and repeat the  washing. Then rinse again.  Then���������if skin is dry���������apply a  little cold cream. That is all. Skin  so cared-for is-not injured by  cosm.etics.~by wind and sun, or  by dirt.      >���������  The simple, and correct ivay  You cannot find a more effec-  ,  tive beauty treatment.   Because    Palmolive   Soap   is  blended  of rare  palm and  olive oils���������famous for mild  but thorough cleansing qualities  since t_e days of Cleopatra.  And  ������ Be sure you get Palmolive ���������  which is never sold unwrapped.  All dealers have it. After, eves', a  short period of this treatment  you will see a marked improvement in your skin.  . (Many, now use Palmolive Jbr  the bath ��������� letting it do for the  whole body what it does for the  face.'  4  Volume and  efficiency  produce 25c  quality for  10c  ��������� THE EALMOLIVE COMPANY OF  CANDA, LIMITED  Winnipeg Toronto *" Montreal  Palm and olive oils'��������� nothing else���������give  Nature 's green color to Palmolive Soap.  -MOl  Aii Docking Space Leased '  Every, available foot of docking  space in the harbor of Montreal has  been leased for the 1924 season, according to a statement made by the  general manager of the harbor of Montreal. Applications have been received for more . space than the harbor  commission possesses.  Free Ilcctpe Book-  Write the Border. Co.  Limited*   Montreal*  OT. Oa a*.-.*  *ga-:-fcw-mFitw^i-:"---jii__i  +AJier every meal  A pleasant  and agreeable  ���������wee!  and  a  1 a������a *s--B--I.,-ta"-fi"  benefit as  well.  ���������   43oad   lor  ��������� teclU-   brcatli  and dl0estlon.  Muleteer tlte  aai'e- x 1 c fl SB "a _?  tapte better.  v  R24  |,|#<������*^*1tSt!������'P#W*#'l������,?''i<*������* 11****  mr.&e aledmiri  *'.���������.:���������..:.���������������> i, *) ���������.;...J|.,-l.-'W'/,:'i:E,iJK  :'zzm$m.  -.Making- Theatrical History  Edmonton      and      Calgary      Register  Strong  Interest-in  "Lightnin's'*"  Coming  With   Inail   orders    pouring in and  other   early   indications . of  heavy   attendance*, the,engagements of ''"Light-  nin'JJ in Edmonton the week of May  12 and in Calgary the week of May 19,  are expected to contribute interesting  chapters  to  theatrical history  in the  Canadian northwest.  ;    vVheh John Golden first planned to  send Thomas Jefferson, Bessie Bacon,  Charles 'E. Evans and a real all-star  cast on a tour of the principal Canadian cities, several of his colleagues  predicted dire results.      The expense  oC sending such  an  organization^for  long jumps through a rather sparsel-/  settled section of the country was regarded by older producers as precluding any chance for profit      But the  tour has been a brilliant success, fin-  ancially  as  well  as  artisticaly.      An  enormous  gross  was  registered  during the company's two weeks* engagement in Winnipeg and packed theatres  have been the rule in the cities since  vi sifted. ''.''���������'".   .'  V ^During the Edmonton and "Calgary  engagements tho usual Wednesday  and Saturday matinees will be played.  The Empire Theatre in Edmonton is  now conducting Its regular box office  sale for the week Of the 12th and' the  Grand Theatre,-; Calgary, is filling mall  order, for. the week of the 19th.  THE DELICATE GIRL  Drones  and  Decadence  The Future Success of Humanity Lies  With the Workers  Only by overcoming obstacles does  one acquire v|gor, a'deptness and self-  ^3-     y U"U.H.__  XU^-SSjat^J-LL    I_������    iX  *1S_*_  UlC  i-r. 5 ct c- *r-a ���������_*.-*_ Wr  M*4^yvi_.a  -3 c-.        *_-*k^v       #-*U������A1  on  What Mothers Should Do as Their  Daughters "Approach Womanhood  If growing girls are ,to become well-  developed, healthy women,, their  health must be carefully guarded.  Mothers should not ignore their unsettled moods or the various troubles  that tell of approaching womanhood.  It is an important time of life. Where  pallor, headache, backache or oth'ef'  signs of anaemia are evident you must  provide- the sufferer with the surest  means of making new blood.  Remember, pale bloodless girls need  which "the Persian and Roman civilizations foundered; and it was because  .generations wei*e born that knew not  the' urge, of necessity. We must re- ���������  member that one who dies On a mattress of "silken floss ,is*-as dead-as one  who perishes on straw. The future  is to the vworkers. When great fortunes begin to breed idlers they become amenace alike to the individual  and  the nation.���������rLos Angeles Times.  ts.c. Apples Lead - -  The Canadian Macintosh Bed apple  a native of Ontario, first propagated  by John, Macintosh, of Dundas County,  Is the champion ^dessert apple in tlie  British Empire, so the judges at the  Imperial Fruit Show which was held  at Manchester, recently decided.. They  also stated that CpxTs orange pippins  from -British Columbia are on the  whole the best of the 16 exhibits from  overseas.  Motherscan easily" know wlieja their  childreh are troubled with worms, and  they lose no time in  applying a re-  J.  There are 600 varieties of seaweed  In Japan, most of which are used for  fooda or in the manufacture of com-  lnerclaf.artlcles, such as glass, insin-  glass and iodine. ;  Corns cripple the feet and make  walking a torture, yet sure relief in  the shape of Holloway'a Corn Remover  Is within reach of all.  *    The LateJSir Henry Lucy  '.  *������������������������������������������  '���������   '  Famous "Toby M.P.,"' of Punch  Ftememboro Frlcnda In Will  In tho will of tho lato Sir Henry  Xaicy, for many yoars tho famous  "Toby M.P." pC Punch, a provision l������  made that at the annual dinners of the  Punch Htaff a box of clgara Ja to bo  paRpied to the sttcsfa 'to bo nmhired la  memory of the donor. The will nets  aside ������]00 to bo Invested and used for  tltln purpor-n.  Sir Henry 3oft many boauoat������ to  hospital and charities In memory of  various relatives. The estate I������ valued at ������250,000, on which tho atato  tax amounts to -C55,000.    -  liable remedy���������Mother Graves' Worm  plenty of nourishment, plenty of sleep,, Exterminator.  and   regular open-air  exercised      But { . l^__  to save the bloodless sufferer she I  must have new blood���������and nothing j  meets the case so well as"Dr. Williams' Pink Pills. These pIHs increase the supply of new, red blood;  they stimulate the appetite and relieve, the weary back and limbs; thus  they restore health pnd charm, and  bring to anaemic girls the rosy cheeks  and bright ey*es of strong, happy  girlhood.  You can get these pills through any  dealer in medicine, or by mail1" at 50  cents a box from The Dr. Williams'  Medicine Co., Brockvll"Je, Ont.  No clergyman of the Church of England is eligible to membership in the  House" of Coinmons. If elected, he  must resign his position in the  church-'-before he can take his seat.  Industrial Payroll -  The approximate industrial "payroll  of the province of Alberta for the year  1923, including the mining industry.  was $62,000,000, according to figures  obtainable from - the Compensation  Board pf^ the Provincial Government.  _>o not suffe--  another day t. ���������a  Ita-ins. Bleed-  lag, or _*Eotrud>  tog Piles. Mo  surgical operation required.  Dr. C-ase'5- ointment will xeiieTe you at onca  and afford, lasting benefit- 60c a box; all  tie-lera, or Sctmansoa, Bates Se Co., _l:iilted.  Toronto* Samples Bex firee it you mention ttila  paper and enclose 2e. stamp to pay postage.  MONEY ORDERS'  Buy your out-of-to-wn supplies with Dominion Express Money Orders.  Miller's Worm Powders do hot need  the atter-help of castor .oil or any purgative to complete their thoroughness,  be'eause they are thorough in themselves. One dost* of them, and they  WiU-be found palatable by all children,  will end the worm trouble by making  the stomach and bowels untenable to  "the parasites. And not only this, but  the powders will be certain to exert  most beneficial Influences In the digestive organB.  An OH for All Men,���������The sailor, the  soldier, the fisherman, the lumberman,  iho out-door laborer and all who are  exposed to Injury and. the elements  will find In Dr. Thomas' Eclectric Oil  a true and faithful friend. To ease  pain, relieve colds, dress wounda, subdue lumbago and overcome rheumar  tlsm, it ia excellent. Therefore, ft  should have a place In all home medicines and bo amongst those taken on  a journey. , .  Crocodiles grow quickly* for the  first few years ot their lives; then  their rate of grrfwth slows clown to  about one inch a yoar.  W.    K.    U.    1523  Mlaar-d'n  Liniment for Falling Out Of  1 Hair  A1_"_- JLmJ{*      *M'  " .jHaWtM���������%Ull*Mali MIA  lfl    _M hB fl ��������� BT M B H"^~ jK. Bfl| Hy  "^^H^aR RII llJrJ��������� *aWaafamJR*ala*'������iBl '  & Admiration  Ladlea���������- A lew. dijr������Mre������tmetit with  CARTER'S UJTLE JJVCR  PILLS  will dc more to clean  up the -skl-n than all-  the beauty trem*  ttietita lo. ci'fea*  ���������tion. An im*  perrect  com-  plRxlon    la  earned  by ���������  atufrg-lah liver.         MilliaM el p������opt������,-)l-l. ymtnac ������n-l mld-II������ ������������������;���������'.  rfeadiichai. Ur***  Stomacli  urn) lor B������llo*>  HNrnpIr *-���������������! hlaethir Skin.  trtLM-m ol Coa������t'(>a\tion.  They  md  tb������  Bi_uui fUt-iftal.ll l>&ae-St__ll i-rlce  Clayey soli is' unfavorable ^to vegetation because.the soil is too close and  adhesive to allow the free passage oT  air or water tothe roots of the plants;  It also obstructs the expansion of the  fl~res of the roots.  An Oil that ia Prized Everywhere.���������  Dr. Thomas' Eclectric Oil was put  upon the market without any flourish  over fifty yeara ago. It waa put _i������ to  meet the wants of a small section, but  as soon as Its merits became known it  had a whole continent for a field, and  it is now known and prized through*  out this continent.-. -There Is nothing  equal "to it.  ��������� i .  j ,   - -  Canadian Timber Industry  Important timber development will  follow the proposed extension of the  Canadian Natloiit-l Railways on Vancouver iHlaud this year. The main  lino or tho National Railways on tJio  Island will be extended to tap Important forests, and a branch will be Inula Hod to facilitate tho shipment of  raw. tlm'bor from the important  Cowlchan Lake logging areas, one of  the largest timber-producing areas In  Canada.  *au������*������n������  USE YOUR  ^*4o  SPARE TINE OR  ALB. YOUR  Theres  Money  In It.  ���������      AND PUT  Money in Your Stocking!  Money in Your Purse !  Money in the Bank !  Act as our Agent.   Sell our B, &B. Superfine  Hosiery to yourfrtends. neiRhbours and  acquaintances.  Tl^e work is easy! Tl-e goods sell themselves.  Any woman will-at: once recognize the h'ch  quality of B & B hosiery.   This class of hosiery-  Is not general'-,* obtainable locally.   Therefore,  people are anxious to buy from'our agents.  Housewives who  need  nnore ready cash,  schoolgirls with Itoolcs and dresses to buy.  teachers, men  or \\-<on-ien. any one can sells  B Wc K Hosiery and make money. At the sstn*  time they do a real favor tefxheir customers.  Write To-day.  B. & E. ilAHuFACTUFUKu CO. (Otpt. H.)  London       *       Ontario  Cook's Regulating,Xompquni  .A'.Mte, Rell^hlp, reRUlB'tln'i-..  medicine to-- '-. .y\ri\,  '.*f(.H'.i.:i  'A.J ;.*>."  ,\u, i; ���������<..;.  /*v',| i.v^ti'  i,*IS(JfH-������������l������������i;i<('������������|.t������l������t|������kle|A������^il������-'H.������������l>  TUt COOK   MtDICINC CO.  ,',   ,,T������r<-***"-<a������i������fiH Mi������������i((������������r.-"r���������'������������������'"���������  THERAPIONNc 1  THERAPION NO.2  THERAPION NO 3  Be. 1 far Sli^-iwtJatar-rbTnc. 3 t������t BSo^U it..  UrtaDhuajM*. H������.*rerClirenleWeskB������������������s.  M>tD*Yl.atJiDIIMOCIIa-:Mcan..������'.ICSIM KM0l.������Va->,3k.  ������������.������.������Cl.������*c U.d .Co---*-������r������ti������-*-J.N.W.t, Lo������Jlo������,  ������������������ HULSI rauu n.l-cnMTST. KkSr. Tokomio.  mm ua. n. r������������������. _i������rrw   wkst.  jUour������������*i-  The manufacture of lead 1������ among  the oldest and most Important of Eng-  11-ih Industrie*!.  Minard'H    Liniment    for    Ache*    and  Palm |*555'**'a^^^^l'4.P:^.Ur!V..^^  j;?jjjxxjj^:xjj^^ 'jj-j-ij..j^.jjxjx~&J*^J+J&^i^*&^^^^':x&i*x'.  WA--  177-  ;'. ������'.':'  >���������'- }'���������;:  :M:  1:  ^ssiffiitfiiiliipi  :"ffH]E:  N  BBWW  :i'=is?*Ee*.  *������.&!*'  ;'..:-'i:->-v.  .^:*:.-.-  ^ajj^e 'i  -XXiXX.  THE CRESTON REVIEW  Issued every Friday at Creston, B.C.  Subscription * 552.50 a year in advance.  53.00 to TJ.S. points.  C. F. Hates. Editor and Owner,  CRESTON, B.C.. FKII>AY. JUNE 27  Sidelights of the Campaign  fcary comment then a _ne old Brtit-  ish custom 18   being   abused    in   a.  Ut,rai. asc.  Now that t>i*������ old order of everyday affairs lias been restored the  Opinion is* pretty-general that the  cam paign->that has 4 hat closed was  conducted along lines that were  quite fair. The two old' parties,  at any rafe:can iqloubtlesslenumer  ate acts and remarlca-f that may  seem harsh when viewed through  their., particular pair of partizan  spectacles, but with the rank and  file of the electorate the opinion  will prevail that, taken aii round,  aii three parties fought a goodv  tight and have no alibis to offer  -where ^failure was encountered.**  The Liberals could very readily set  but som** things, at least, which  seem to indicate that the Cohserv-  ������Lft"ii������������3 ow*������j������VoT-g did not "-"Iji"0- the  game square, and no dou bt the  Tory campaign managers could just  as easily make out the same kind of  a case against the Liberals���������and no  doubt the same thing will apply for  and against the Provincial Party���������  but now the thing is over with no  good purpose will be served in fos  tering any ill will that may have  been engendered. If these things  cannot be forgotten they should at  least be overlooked for the present.  others than those who seek to mis-  wse & favor eonf-erred.  At the outlying points a feature  to the campaign was the friendly  reception all the candidates received. . So far as -we ean learn attendances at Kitchener. Canyon,  "Wynndel and Sirdar wew" almost  identical for all three candidates  and certainly the oratorical effort  was much superior to that ever ex  perienoed in any previous election.  Creston" was particularly fortunate  in hearing Alex. Fisher, I_.C., of  Fernie, at the filial - Liberal rally  In the time at his disposal he gave  a well reasoned "and "as ^eloquently  stated review of provincial affairs  as it has ever been the good fortune  of a.Creston audience lo~ listen to.  With the exception .of the wind  up meeting of the light when W.  X. Bsling of R-sssland, spokft here*  the Conservative candidate  had to  detail the satisfaction the Grand  gives  is  still   further enhanced in  t __���������-*_    -r-u-%__r**i.r'_-a.-a,-i-*l      #-*.���������������-_.-._-__-_ Hiffa* "D /vrtrf������������_li������o  gives at all public gatherings .in  sceins to it that those attending  are given the best seating- accommodation, available/  _______ ���������*-*          ������������������������  - Now thata^-the residents within  the village area-have got the provincial election off their chest it is  hoped immediate" and serious" consideration Will be "given* the next  great question "which is that of selecting the three commissioners whu  will govern tJreston village. until  ���������January, ~!a"$2v- and who will be el  ected at polling which is fixed -for  the end of July. Due to the fact  that the commissioners to be' chosen next month will have to lay the  foundation    for"   local   self-govern ���������  Pianoforte, Organ ana  Sissgsssgr Lessons    \  AR1HVR COLLISt Creston  P.Q.Bok7* .    .  clusively and after listening" to it  and making comparison with the  a,verage speaker sent in from "elsewhere it makes one wonder1 why  there has been a seeming prejudice  against local talent. Our opinion  is that the forensic ability of the  homst-ers is even above the standard  of the imported spellbinder, and  shonld have, greater*-encouragement.    ���������  Mwisvanii ���������������������wme  aB^nui    jg-ggja-q  ���������-���������*���������* -*  m  Estimates given.  CRESTQA  -    BULL. FOR SEBV.CE  Registered HoJstein Bull Agassi- Sir  ������.u!u for se: vice. Fee ������5, D. LEAR-  MONTH, Creston.  New Stock-of ~  h   ; H-afness  Second Hand Store in  . -- ~ connection .   -  i   . " - _ -  -- .      yx  s  Shoe and Harness .Repairing  ment    an<  KkAii(-ktfvorvi-(*-i������i. at"������F   "  airj-il W  affairs not only.-should - the village  ratepaj'er "Be giving good heed to,  sorting over the-eitizeris generally  witb a.view to- having gt  j������d mater-  ������ CHI HI  PIYWPflT  ialto elect from, but should also be  depend on local speaking talent ex-Sdoin|. w.,at oan be done by perss)n  Now that weare to have another  four  years   of   Libera:!   rule���������and  -with Bowser  eliminated    as   Tory  leader���������it is   to be Soped that the  successful candidate���������-both   in and  out of the house���������will take his position as representative  of the Cres  ton riding a   li-_tie-;;:-;'TOOT  than "bo;h*-a;the.'-^ik^  a representatiye of all * the  less concern for thei party and nibre.  for the constituents will be appreci  ated.    -Cxcuaes  for failure   to give  the people all round service such aa  were submitted at the closing Tory  rally are quite alright  for the partisans who received them with such  gusto,   but   the   partisans   aforementioned do   not   constitute   the  majority of the people who are pay ���������  nng'the 82000 indemnity,   and who  are entitled to better service   than  Bias been given them   in   tbe   past  four years.  In the matter of public meetings  Creston is particularly fortunate in  having an auditorium of the excellent   appointments * of   the  al encouragement to make sure that  at least three of, the likely looking  ones offer .themselves for election.  Tn iheee tHtttes when most people  are doing their best to escape community work if the best men for  ^e post of commissioners are to be  induced to oiler for election these  gentlemen are not likely to be forth  coming unless some individual effort  in thia belialf is made by those who  have the best interests of .the new  village at heart.  HAY���������Blue Joint. Timofhv.*- Allalfa  _ Potatoes $2e7S per 100 lbs.  "   .��������� 7*     -   ��������� '     , y.  NEW CAPITOL CREAM SEPARATOR���������S&O-lh. size  .The pric't- is right and st does the work .right, too; See it*before hwyingr  The groivei������s who.���������now the~Va!!ev are issERg" BUR"S-S\FRBTII-I2Kk.  JotTF their rnnks and produce a bumpe^ci*op.   There is n<������ nse perfecting tnarkt-ting faqllities if production is below par.  CHAS. _tfURR_B2I-]-l  B  ���������r*a  ^ ,       Piano _"ob- Saub���������Player   piano, in  vx-rano 1 good, condition,   pric-* ri^ht **ith������������r for  Theatre^*    W������ll lighted thro-sghouts 1 cash or terms-. Enquire Review Office,  comfortable,  commodious, "pleasing  in all its interior  arrangement and  decoration, and   modern    iu   every  Stared Jm TIAss  FOR SAl-E���������One open back buggy  with,pole and shafts; single harness.  with collar; double driving hnrnens;  -ill in good condition. Price $110." C.  S. Parker- Cranbrook.  Anglican Gkiph Seisict  -rV -'  SPECIAL FARES  to  - >!.''.  CALGARY F������HimTiflM  FOREST INDUSTRIES CONTROL SUCCESS OF B.C.  BUSINESS -COMMUNITY  Vast  Sums Sp&nt Annually -in  Various Forms of Insurance  Much criticism has been levelled  at the Review for ihe prominent  part this paper took on behalf of  Liberalism. In_ this connection  there are no apologies forthcoming.  Any observations we had to make  had to do with the  Tory candidate  ������k mtt  as a public servant and our contention is that we have as much right  through the columns of this paper  to point out the shortcomings of  paid officials aa our, opponents have  to criticize Government members  and their aeiione from the public-  platform or on tbe street corner.  After tho espwienee of the Libeir-  als ������nd Provincials in thim campaign it is very doubtful if the old-  time custom of throwing meetings  wide open for question asking will  be con tinned. It hns always boon  somewhat difficult to keep this feature within due bounds, bub in tlie  present fight tho dourteey was iso  Hatfr-a-fcly abased that &von bBie  theatre management hod to have  announcement made that unl-MC.  th-5 thin*? ���������were dJone de-j-ont!*-* tursd  in order tore������ w<k������ld havo to bo r������-  Hortod to to remove (the nni������amico  creators. At mealings of thia sort  it m qu������_e Alright to havequebbioiriM  courtooaaly &_&edi '-tnswercdjn lii'ke  masine'i*- Imt -vcilpen ,bho qu������w������fcio������iik-i-'  ���������na_ttft.vd-'i��������������� 60'make party capital out  of an answer by attempting an  argument or making; 11 noornplimic-n--  The forest industries of British  Columbia rank easily first as providers of revenue to the general  business community of the Province.  If any typical line of commercial  activity is taken, striking   illustrations can be immediately furnished  to prove this fact,  For instance, how would the'insurance companies in British Columbia fare without the business  they derive from the lumbering industries?  The products of the forests are  often insured as many as five times  between the stump and the retailer:  SUNDAY. JUNE  SS>  CRESTON  8.00-and II a.ni.  COMPANIES' APT 1S2T1  NOTICE IS HEREBY ������IVEN that  PaulRon-Ma-*<fim,   Liruiied,   intends   to  Hj-agily to change its name to Oonthi  ental Lumber  & Pole Oompany, Iahn  itfd.  DATED   this   ninth day   of^-Jnne,  A.D. 1������24.  PA ULSON- M ASON: LTD.  hy C. B. CUHRA-T, Secretary.  JmIv Tth���������^Jiilv 1  J ���������������T "     "* \. mj  1  GOING DATES���������July 5th to July "12.    July 12th'for  trains arriving Calgary before 2 p.m.        v  .        ���������  RETURN LUVflT, July 14th, 1924. j 7  Z Information and Tickets from  '<* W. B. MARTIN, Ticket Agent  ues in  1. In the Woods���������Insurance  of  logging camps and out timber.  2. Inr the Boom���������On the  way to  the mill by  water.  3. Mantjfactubbd���������Insurance of������  saw mills,  shingle   mills,   box  ��������� factories.      pulp     and     paper  plants.  4. Tii"-MA*riTrA'(*niTR'rcn��������� Insurance  of     planing   mills���������sash    and  door and   furniture   factories.  5.  Marine  lumber  on  Our stock of MEN'S SHIRTS is complete asid aSI our  Shirts are cut  rbc^yf '''" ;:''v'���������-"  MEN'S WORK SHIRTS in Khaki, Old Hickory and Blu������w.^-I.Jwi:5d-tb'i|2.00  DRESS SHIRTS .'in White Madras, Irish Balloon Cloth, Repps,  Twills, etc., in plain and fanoy stripes, with" collars attached  and detached at ���������....������������?-.  .������..........���������..:...........  1.65 to $3.50  ��������� Insurance  exports.'  FRKTOIIT���������Iiiaumnce on rail  shipments to inland points.  0,    In TUB PH.IB���������-In retAilerft'ynrda  Tho timber industries of Br3fciflh  Columbia, represent an investment  of about ������lOOaOOO.OOO. The premiums covering the different types of  in������urfl,w������-*i on kb** f������rofa*-rl-.y involved  would amount to 1 huge an in.  Again, aba eonn^rv alive estimate^  one-fnurbli of ihe popialaE-ioki of  British Columbia in direotly dependent on tho birnlier industries for a  livelihood.  The "nmiranoe on the lives and  propertiea of the portionnoi of   the  fumirth   tbe   eompanies    with   the  mniin proportion   of fcheir  revenne.  These Shirts are manufactured for us by Forsyth, Delparh, Toohes  and other first-class makers  Our MEN'S UNDERWEAR for SUWIMER  aKBCflUOC   VV oll>ovll S . vftKsQ>vJav *3*?jOl*llIJ*i93^93 & ' ������������������.  .Shi rta and Brawors at fyl.00 each. Athletic Underwear at $1.85  Conihinationa 2,00 ami $2.25 J      ^^^Vv  'MEN'S COTTON SOCKS, Black and Brawn. 'oZt^Sc.'  SILK LISLE SOCKS, Black or Brown, 4S and &Sc>  its.  Emgm.    ^Mfa     'get   W ra* jjj^jj y ^       ^tm\ ' _M|D^ _^jfW  RCANilLE CO  _.BtVllft_U'  i nntM mtmummmmj mmwmvm*Km Sum  m  Vt  m ^^^RP^M^^^H^^S
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g��    Local ^d.Persosial ^snera
Any person shall be quaiiuejJLto he
Commissioner    for    CresE*M��   *V"illage
whose name appears on the voters list,
and who is the owner;of _real.pr��-pea ty
within   the municipality, having  an
assessed value of _' at  feast. 8S0O over
and above the a_>oun* of ~ air charges
and judgments registered Against the
an average   crop   of   apples.   Met_��>dist parsonage on Monday, with,.'
,.���a���^ arenotas   heavy   as   usual-   a turnout of about, thirty-five   young
but any shortage in these "willlbe made people wlsu m_de merry' throughout
up by other varietie-*-, notably the I tv��e evtuini-rwEth ��!dt!Rie games and
Northern Spy, which are setting much j ftther amusements,- with strawberries
henviei .than a year.ago..
*_        ��
_ All the availuble seating space at the
<&rarid was taken on "Wednesday night
last for the1 final Liberal, rally which
was addressed  by Alex. Fisher, K.C.,
I of Fernie and John Ncnreross, the can
didate, with   Cv if. Hayes   occupying
the chair. - The address of Mr. Fisher
is generally conceded to be the able**
effort of the sort ever heard  in a pro-
| vincial rfeciiop campaign Sn Creston.
-  r _--h-�� 6 *���*-_���* a a sT-mmiirifT-S
?S_ISST ?SS2S3L��ri.'-lt��* -'ohn E~a*k of Cran*>.-,.<* had to
. V&B-  -~��       w_.o_r    ��.     -  Z.cJTX'   Cii_r*iS_       i'. ��.     % '-._   i-i. ..   .__    ��-._.  ��.rrr >n�� a-aaaa ?>a7a3n
PRE-EMPTIONS     " .'   *
Vacant, unreserved, surveyed
Crov-i lands may bo pre-empted Toy
British subjects over 18 years of age,
and hy aliens' on declaring- intention
to become British subjects, - conditional upon residence, occupation.
and isaprcvesneisi for agricultural
Full tatbrmation concerning regu-
* a-t'o-ta regarding pre-emptic
given, in Bulletin No. 1. Ij&Jau Sei*iss
'How to Pre-empt I_��hm," copies Of
which-can be obtained tree, of charge
by addressing the' Department of
__*td8r- Victories B.C-, orto any Gov-
*-. nment Agent. %_       7**
Records  will   be' sranted-covering
"Only "land suitable   for    agricultural
.purposes.- and which Is not tlmber-
tand,  Le., -carr$-i*ns ever -6.000 hoaard.
.feet per acre west of the Coast Ban**
and 3,000 feet per acre east of tHat
Ranee.      - '.*"'"'
Applications  for pre-emptions -*re
lu  be  addressed  to the Land Commissioner of the Land "Recording- *pl-
v-igion, in which the land applied for
Is situated, and are made ca seriated
- for-Das. 'copies ot. which :can , be - ob-
ta_aea ��r<n3- ths I__id Commissionor.
Pre-emptions -must be occupied for
five, --rears 'and - improvements  made.,
to value   of  $10  per  acre, -including-
clearta. and cultivating at least flva
acres, before a Crown Grant-* can be
received.  -    -
_Vw more detailed Information see
the- Bulletin *"How to TPre-^empt
Ua-nd.** - -'-
The voterslist'to be used at the first
Election Jn Creston Village shall .consist of the names of those,   toeing _t?ic-
, ish subjects, male or   female,   and   of
j tha age of twenty one years and upwards, who  have during  the   prec-ai
in-s year paid  taxes in respei-t of pro-
jperty fcitiiated   within the  boundaries
of tbe municipality  to the amount of
two dollars or more, and   fchost*  only
whose names are   ort- tlie. voters   list
shall be entitled to vote.   *
Due to  Magistrate Mallandaine being absent f ��� oro  town   police   magis-
and crean-u   icecream, and   other   re- . _
vreshmettts eerxed bef��re the adjourn-  g
txaeiit ensue.   .Darilag  his   six   months 8
residence faere Mr. Jones has been a
great help in   the-musical line as well
$ia in young people's work, and speeches during th'e evening gave expression '
of the appreciation,- coupled   w'.th th*
wish thatthe holiday- will   be a pleas
ant one and-assurance* ^of  a royal wel-
come back  if  he decides to��� return to 1
Creston for another school term.
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iuwajaa mmaajffjgmjfffl    M^Mmr9Mf
  a. ^���
Ganyon people at e reminded of the
annual community picnic which will
be held this year on Dominion Day.
Tuesday, July, 1st, at hist year's location near, the' Gowaa .ranch: Everybody come.*'
The -alfalfa. - crop, at Canyon is  well
up to the average of other years grow*
i_S f-;ur feet  sR-sn-ny   places without
irsigalion.    Vetch  on   irrigated   land
shows an.equally satisfaotory growth.
The Lowest-Priced Quality Car
_" -: -"-*'���   " " and    , :
The Most Economical Car to ���*perate Eventually
Chevrolet Wins by Comparison
5i Ask abont the G.M.A:C. plan of deferred payment.
be called to Ci*��*-tonK to try the --barge-
agafos"t * two    Seuescal   . brnthei-s   of
Kitchener   who   ^vere*  in   the   police
courtjon Tuesday mortiing for selling
liquo*.*   llh-jp-illy.     Bt��fch    were   fuund
guilty and   were   sent   down   for  six
months t����"Nelson   jsiil,   police officer
I'Wilketr t"*""_ahk   accompanying theui
' to tbat cityj^he same  afternoon.    The
charges were laid by provincial* police
Ths Oassyoa. poll faarnished one * o
the surprises of last Friday's election?
Mrs. Foster, the Provincial Party candidate-, haviuga majority here. Four
y��-a*-W itgo Oanyon -went Liberal;
** Strawberris-is are. holding ""up- well
and-are sure to shii^^a*yield" well up
to early season expectations, but they
will all be shipped within the next tea-
days.        t " ;*
Residents -In ths^New Sw?d
V   &^ V
JAW     aT_��aiatfck
MVmTt    mmtm *-*��
Mcl-aren, who was.assi.sted in the case
by the officer fi^un Yahk. Residents- in tn��* xvew ��-.-.���--_����� sw-sr.-�� j
are hoping to tiav** a s-eturn visit from
I Principal Jones of the public school, . w���/i h*i��ta H��n-iK who soent a day or
{ who islcarsng today to spend the mid
summer vacation
I road boss  tiarri** who spent  a day or
I *-
at   the - coast,   was
guest at a surprise party  given at the
Applications.are received fox purchase off vacant and unreserved
Crown lands, not being tlmberland,
for assieultural purposes;" m-.-hixnum
price of first-class (arable) land-la -96
' per asi-tL and ^second-class (sraslng)
Ijuad i$S.50 per facre. Further Inf or-
-a_atla__,'.xeKardlSi_. purchase or lease
of Crown' 1���x-ds is given in .Bulletin
No. 10, I<and ^ Series,- '-Purchaae ��uid
S-CS_!C  Of  CrOWtl  Tjajuln.** -   - ^__
,; _��SU, factory, ��r indsestsdal sites-on  I!
ti-abwr laad, sot C_s*S5^tast~4D-&ffli��H.'- IJ
sss7'_s pizrcta-sed or leased, the conditions    - including       payment       of
'stumpase. \ -**   ���    s
f Usiaurveyed areas, not exceeding 20
'acres, may be leased .as. homesHes,
(conditional upon a dwelling belns
.erected ln the first year, title being
^obtainable after residence and im-
|prav<__ent condition- are fulfilleiJ
land leusd has been stirveyed,
JPor Bra-sing and   industrial
poaes areas not excoedln-j 640
may be leased by one person
GRAZING     -      ^
���Under the Onuslng Afct the Prov-
lhe�� to divided Into grazing district;
and the range administered under ������
'Grashifr '"    Commissioner.       Annua"
(-razing permits ore ismied based oti
numbers nmsed, priority beln*r given
Lo estabtlsheu owners. Stock-o��r>er-
may form   associations     for   "ran-?*
management.   Free, or partially free
per-ilts are available   for     settlers.
eampera .. and   travellers,-** up   to   ten
head.       "1 ,    - ;.-'__
t*s'?> i��� that t->ect sou prior to election.
What_is -A-anted is._a cutoff or a decided lessening of. the grade on the hill
at the Jo nson ranch*.
\ ___^^^ r
Jl'onm Hickey   has * located   at   Bull
-fiver for the present, at which point j
he and Kis't-on, Ernest, have a logging
contract with the G-P.R.
Sir. Ber-tley is getting s-eady to S-s-
cate a portable sawmill in the timber
on the Whimster place at the Ganyon,
and will be -running-Shortly on a cut
ot ties. , A���
Canyon 'haa four public school pupils-1
_. at Creston this week writinsr on-��the i
|| Bntrance examination^ this  midsuna- l
iuier. They av**:"Iiiliian Gook, Jeanette '
l-^3-���' *i!��v��l Bfti!s?iiie
- v       ^ An econouiiral dish, e��sy to ^erve.
_�� u sjiASjr
�� V i��"i����i;��j|_�� *n
Government graded.'fifshest quality.
all" varieties.
increases egg production and produce* better poultry.    Buy the best.
Ganyon City Lumber
Company, Ltd.
"British Columbia's7
Greatest Industry has
Helped to build and is
Now further developing a *
Huge trade with tlie world-
Raw Material is essential
To keep, foster and
Enlarge this business.
frtF&V0IVt' rOF.��S"l'";F1 If08
mi <G~t"
_A fi~s-the*'Battle. Obssrsatiens
The latest graEi-ap_k,t;e record read's:
Blac*k spot-, and green spots'so confuse
the eyes, 'tis hard to spo.t the wltite
spots amongst so many lies. The lady
orator making her speech from the
political platform says: , I , a"m not in
favor of women becoming active in
politics or seeking political honors,
i Women are the power behind the
��� throne, etc.    But (echo) O   wad   Home
power the giftie gie us, to see nursel's
as others see us.
Mary had a   little   lamb   on   which
I some wool-did   grow;   in   sonic   spots
white, in   others 'black���real   piebald
-      -i
spots, yon know. ~
' Mary had a little   corn   all   on   her
little toe, and every   time a   Giit   did
talk that corn would ache, you know.
Mnryhuda white (P) little lamb;
she named it Billy Browser; it went
on a spree with Mit-s P.O.E., which
turned him inside out, sir.
i Bowser**- let out, and Oliver's (not)
in should surely satisfy the Provincial
whim; but the Grits are still nt it,
sawing wood, c��nd the/.'old brindle cow
still chews her cud; while others uiav-
vol nt the Hood, lost amid the political
mire and mud, MEGAPHONE.
 _--,    a^MaiiHoa   ATi>lnBa4l
��y   wnmniuif,  ������ -��w��-a---.��w��.,~S5--.as5s--
iyely fco domestic fensinesa and by
-reiyiifflg upoa powe_fill fuismcSai !_-=���
i^ts��tics_saf>2rGa!dJ-_or :*"as- 'custoin--
e-rs* foreign needs, tliis Bank believes it can best serve Canadiaas
and Ganadian Industry. Whatever
your banMn||TeQuii��nients-whether at home or abroad, this Banlt
can adequately serve you.
Small amounts saved regularly csoia 7.*m��k
alargetotaL Deposit each week paxtof th��
money you get from your cream, butter and
e<*g& and watch your Savings balane^grow.
B  B.
Before and After���Political"
The glib tongues of .false propbots In
our midst        ���  ���     ,   -'���_���-_   t.
Oft tlmeB have to take n. fatal twist;
When flatties- Mni'o brlnjjo; on the test.
Their forcaat fodes���-a mere idle jest.
With giiff nnd. bluff   they  spout  and
We'll be sure winners on elootlon day.
Behold our  slogan,   painted   on   the
Garlands for Mrs. Poster on tbe 20th
of June,
But when that fateful day arrives,
And the final count hands a surprise;
The bubble bnrstn and the ballots toll,
L��nde Mrs.   Go-get-eni   right' ,in^ fcho
And so when they offer us iiiflf* basb j
We'll judgo ita.true worth-^mere verbose traab; ���        -    ��� _
And their idle vat>6rtngs let  ua   com-
Ab witb uoffc soap bobbles tilled with
hot air. .       . _
C G. BesmiittiWDmttger
Hot Water
Sbeet Metal Work:    A go^bd stock of Fip^
and Pipe letting-* oh hand.
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Vr* . . <&/%/       w-c    ir   \^^i'*%_JLVJLX>*-_��_X.-,*i*      ' "-**��-*"������� -��-***-*���*��� THE    REVIEW,' CRESTON,    B.    C.  want me  very best use  RED ROSE ORANGE PEKOE  T-3  Jr  |   Salvage   Woirk  Difficult  Gold   Bars   Still   Being   Taken   From  Wreck of Laurentic  There, are now only- 154 bars of gold"  ���������worth $1^00,000 onthe wreck of the  Laurentic, which was sunk during the  war, and the salvage ship Racer will  shortly endeavor to recover this, said  Co;mmander G. C. C. Damant in the  course of a lecture at the Institution  ot Mechanical Engineers, London.  Pour boxes of gold weighing 140  pounds each were recovered in sucli  short time when the work started  that it seemed as i������ operations would  be finished in a week. A fierce gale  sprang up, however, and the wreck  .collapsed,, making salvage work very  " difficult. Of the 3,211 bars which  went down with the ship, 3,057 have  been recovered during operations extending over six summers at a cost  of  two and  one-half per "cent.  Pine Air Is Good  For Catarrh, Golds  i  Sa__W  Kaf---roil*al-fl t  Jvl c% in __������-"!_#_ rs n  /-  World   Power   Must   Vindicate  Its Faith'In Disarmament  Without   utterly   disarming   oneself j  in an jarmed world," someone or other  has got to give a lead towards moder- j  ation.      Somewhere or. other a power j  must   vindicate - its  good   faith  about j  all-round disarmament by keeping its  own armament notably low.    - Otherwise   the   general* will-to-disarm   will  never begin.    "Of course there is some  measure of risk in this settings of the  generous example.     But there is risk  about almost everything that is'worth*  New Fox Farm     7  Making the- third organization of its   doingj   and  niosV"of  Europe's" recent  kind in British Columbia, the Canadian Blue Fox Farms Limited, has  been incorporated with provincial  charter and a capital of $125,000. The  headquarters of the new organization  will be in "Vancouver.  UnmaA  K-VJJ_*5  vwi.  engine  i  miseries have arisen from, the chimerical ambition of one power or another to secure an absolute physical,  security which is, in truth, utterly^ unattainable. . The sane policy for nations, as for individual, men, is neither  to cour.t the most obvious and gravest  perils nor to dream of eliminating  peril completely from their lives.���������  The Manchester Guardian.  , When your stdmach is badly upset,  when you itre belching gas and suffering from nausea, the quickest relief  will conie from 20'drops-of Nerviline.  Take it in sweetened water and you  get an immediate result. "Nerviline  has. been used for nearly half a century and is considered a necessity in  most houses, because of its usefulness  in preventing many small ills that constantly arise. Sold everywhere in 35  cent bottles. >  Supplied New   Word  Dwellers in pine forests never  have colds, never know the meaning  of Catarrh. Upon this fact is based  "CATARRHOZONE," which sends  into the lungs and nostrils the healing  balsams and soothing antiseptic of the  pin.*** forest.  The health-laden vapor of  ."CATARRHOZONE" subdues tile  worst of coughs, colds and catarrh.  The tiniest corners of the lungs are  treated,.^ the uttermost parts of the  bronchial tubes are reached, every  cell in the nose and throat is bathed  in the antiseptic balsam of CATARRHOZONE. Simply invaluable is CA"-  TARRHOZONE because so safe, so effective, so sure to stop huskiness.  whooping cough, catarrh, nose colds or  bronchitis���������try. it yourself.  Complete two months' treatment  guaranteed," ", price $1.00; - small  (trial )size 50c. * At all druggists.  Refuse -a -substitute for CATARRHOZONE. ������ By mail from The Catarrhozone Co.* Montreal.  Buncombe" Said to  Have  Originated  In   House Debate  Buncomber, meaning inflated or'  bombastic speechmaking, simply for  effect, is said to have originated in  the following way: In the debate on  the Missouri Compromise, in the Sixteenth Congress, Felix Walker, an old  mountaineer of North Carolina, who  represented Buncombe county, a part  of his district, rose'to speak, says the  Detroit News. "*"" ,"  The House, however, was clamoring  for the question, end several members  gathered about the Carolinian-,'"-begging him. to desist, while others left  the hall. The old man, however, per-  X sisted, saying, tl"at the people of his  district expected him to speak, and  that he was. in consequence, bound to  make a speech for Buncombe. Hence  the meaning of the word: to speak  for mere show or popularity.  Strike Big Gusher  Says Alberta Gas Well is Greatest in  the Dominion  Measurement of the gas in the  Rogers -Imperial well on the Alberta-/  Montana border, was taken by experts of the Imperial .Oil Company,  and the Dominion geological survey.  The gauge measured up to 23,000,000  feet open flovj-, but was too small to  record, the total. C. W. Dingman,  of the geological survey, declared the  gusher was the greatest well in the  Dominion  at  the  present  time.  Samples of the gas were taken and  a testis being made to learn whether  it is w-et gas. The well will be controlled and the drill driven deeper.  s  yT Ol  H B       Hobs  NOW PACKED IN  Are Women^to Role Britain?  Proposed   Law  in   Britain  Would  Give  Women Excess>6f Votes.,0ver  *.'"���������,   Me-n   ^ -.     >-'  AfU't* an extraordinary discussion in  the British  Parliament, in which the  women members took an active part,  a bill to -ex trend the parliamentary and  local government franchise-4o-weme&  on the same tt-rnis as men .passed its  sfcotut iv-u-iing on a vote of 28S to 77,  and was st.-nt on to a grand commit-  tef for fur th*"* i' consideration.  This uu-:*.sur*- was.a private mem-  Xm'Yja' bill moved by W> M. Adainson  ;i/u seconded by Miss Jewson, of the  Labor party. If this bill should be-  (onit: law. .--.-.������������������������������������.��������� Tory of the old  school will ;������-x-l -that a revolution has  irut������'-������-ii occtirr^tl of -which none can  r.>rt*iell slit-- outcome, "  If Jin:- franehis-' is pxtr-nded to wo-  nurn e>n the -ia----- t<-rn.i~ as to men. it  will im-un ihi* ad-.lf.lon of four and a  luilf million iit-w "-'(imen voiors to the  i-h'l.t mil-iioiis on ;l-*> register. Thl.s  wouhl riiinn that lhe women voters  would out immlxT 111r- ma\c pleelora  hv  t,<-'Ji,01K."Toronlo Star.  Constipated   v  Dyspeptic, Bilious  Strong purgatives have killed many a good man. Cos-  tiveness is bad���������violent cathartics are worse. If bothered  with stomach trouble or biliousness, use Dr. Hamilton's Pillst.  They are so mild you can  scarcely feel their action, yet so  effective that the entire system  is'cleansed of wastes.  Dr. Hamilton's Pills  Dr. Hamilton's Pills move tho  bowels gently, they tone the kidneys,  assist digestion, clear the skin. For  those subject to colds, biliousness,  languor, there la no better medicine.  Dr. Hamilton's Pills, 25c per box, 5  for $1.00, all dealers, or The Catarrhozone Co., Montreal.  Women Can Dye Any  Garment,   Drapery  .'-V ���������������������������    '���������'���������' ������������������-���������-��������������������������� -    -' '    ���������  Qy*}   pr   Tint    Worn,    Faded  New /or ,15 Cents  Thfnfls  ALWMT  THE SAME l  A ,#*������,!��������� ga.B 'sf?    '  U>������"L"C1~9   W_������  LIVERPOOL  Don't wonder whether you can dye  or tint successfully,- because perfee.  home dyeing Is, guaranteed with *'Dia*;  mond Dyes" even if you have never  dyed before. Druggists- have all' colore.  Directions in each package.  Other Way 'Round  "Was your landlady indignant when  you asked her for another month's  rf-nl:?"  "On tho contrary, old man, it waa  I wlio was put out."  ,_A*"������^a   Q^H H^ffl      ^S^w wMJm^Pj^ ^B^LBS ^^Z ^J^^Oft^ffljH Tp E_**__ai._a*r__ __T       l___i   *_r__! __^"' Q^9 jfiaM  Mr. AlexamdU-r Rr-HUy, RM. No. 1_ Cnrp, Ont., writes:  m _Ltt-M_rtt_ri_ii/>  '*! suffered from gall stones,  and commenced taking Dr.  Cha&e's Kidney-Liver Pills. I  feel aafc in saying that these  pills completely overcame' the  trouble, as it ia some years since  I wa* m(flirt*A m thin v/ay,, nnd  1 have not sufiferedK from gall  stones or even backache since.  I have also found Dr. Chase"*  Nerve Food excellent for heart  trouble and shortness of  breath/'  How the English Make Toft>e7  Old-Fashioned Candies Are Best For  the Young Folk  Speaking of children/; was there ever  a child who didn't like toffee?" If  more of tliese old-fashioned candies  were made at .home $ there would be  fewer cases of spoilt stomachs in our  households and"' fewei\ youttg^ men and  women who take tablets for --indigestion'"  The best toffee is made in this manner: Mix four cups of brown 'sugar'  and half'a "cup ot corn'syrup with half  a cup of" water, and put on the fire,  stirring carefully uniil-^all the sugar  is dissolved. Let this come to a boil  and then,take off tho fire.and add four  tablespoons of butter. Put the mixture back on the store once more and  boil until tho butter has penetrated  throughout the candy; Pour -onto a  greased enameled ware tray of any  kind and, as the candy cools, mark it  Into squares. When it has hardened break these apart and wrap each  pioco separately In wax paper. Incidentally, you will flnd the labor of  "cleaning up" Is a great deal less if  you have used an enameled ware  saucepan for the cooking, since even  the stickiest mixtures do not adhere  long to Its poicelnln-liko surface;  .mmWJFgg, 0   ^tir-"'J"m^^iflrf^p^^  h3t   JmOwLJBwS-JHSfi^ "������ *"^Jxj|M ^r *1_#jSl     J-t-1^B.E B3c_,  ���������C <'(������,  a lKtx of 35   plll.i, I"4lnxanson.  B_t<*������ Jk  ���������"t��������������� \A<t.,  T������ronf*i-  Plan Flonting Fair  A German floating, fair will sail in  July to iiiukt- u tour of the ports of  South America. Tlio fair will he in-  stalled on the steamer l-Ionnalta  Thorosla. ItepreaentatlveH of the  flrma which ruu particlpaLlng will accompany the ship and endeavor to vo*  Hloro btiHlti-'SH volutions severed .by'the  war. Cj-fchonlovaUlan, Geruian,  Austrian und iluiinaiian flniiH will  bo  Ini'lmh'd   lun.oriff  the   exhibitors.  E-  2 |  Wlillo lu'lni; driven along tlio road  four lioraoB belonging to a farnier in  Nov/ Zcalftrul were attacked by a  tiwairm of bees nnd rstung to death.  Mlnard'a Liniment (Tor Distemper   W.    N.   'U. "ifi'l.8  Tokio Bisilding Memorial  City Planning to Preserve Memory of  Earthquake Victims  To preserve the memory of 34,000  persons who perished by burning and  suffocation la " tho " former military  clothing depot in Honjo ward the afternoon 'of the September catastrophe,  the city of Tokio plans ts ' erect,. a  memorial hall to cost 1,000,000 5ren?-  AUB    llOiOCaUSi,    %jl    liic    jnoiiju   _iin-  tary depot was... the.most appalling  inefdent, ofyTokio^s duy pE disaster.  Thousands - Ttook ^refuge in the pen  space of several 'a srij, . thinking / to  escape thetfliame'Si A sudd exchange  of; the hgh wind brought clown'on the  multitude a heavy - curtain of flame,  smoke and gases,' killing practlcally  every one of the-huddled throng.  NO MORE WEAK  and DIZZY SPELLS  Since She Used  MILBURN'S  Heart and Nerve Pills  Bliss Bertha Charrette, Reglna,  Sask., writes:���������'!I have had a lot of  trouble lately, with what I "thought  was heart trouble, and after any unusual exertion I always felt sick.  My doctor advised a complete rest  and change, but this I was unable to  take..  I became Interested In Milburn's  Heart and Nerve Pills, so started tak*'  ing them. I have now taken three  boxes and am so much improved I can  go about my dally work without feeling any after 111 effects, and have not  had any weak or dizzy spells,, for  some time. Your medicine has dono  mo more, good than anything I havo  ever taken, and I will gladly recommend Milburn's Heart and Nerve  Pills to any woman who la weak and  run down."  Price 50c per box at all dealers, or  mailed direct on receipt of price by  The T. Milburn Co., Limited, Toronto.  Ont.  Dangerous''  Aunt Dinah.���������"Heah. you, chile, take  dat key outen yo" motif, you want to  get de lockjaw?" '  BABY'S OWN TABLETS  ALWAYS KEPT ON HAND  1  fT~ l-ai     I aaaaaaaaaap  Mrs.    David    G agne,    St.    God f royv  Que.F   writes:���������"I   have   used   Baby's  .Ox-trr-i     T'o'hloi+c?    <-__������������������������*   -nntr   +l>r-_-������__    _.<-tH *_-    run. oca  1y������   wr 4UL,       J.������4 w^i_- Wki      ���������WufA       *jlLj va^i. *u<<^      ������������.w������-������-������^       -a_-_.������aa^. i������j-  and have found them such an excel-*  lent medicine that I always keep'them  on hand and would strongly advise all  other mothers to do the same thing."  The Tablets are a mild but thorough  laxative which quickly relieve constipation and indigestion; break up colds  and simple fevers and promote that  Healthful refreshing sleep that makes  the baby thrive. They are sold by  all medicine dealers or by mail at ������5  cent's-a box from The Dr. "Williams'  Medicine Co., Brockville, Ont.  Malaria Continues In Russia  The. spread  of malaria  in  Russia,  looted seriously- for .the   first   time   a  year ago and seemingly an aftermath  of the great 'faWne,..'coQtinu.|fes;::'.'x,.;A.c-'  cording, to"the federal department of  health bases registered during the  first tenTmoiitiis of -923 numbered  ���������1,887,000 and It seemed certain that  the 'v-annual-.,   total     would     exceed  5, ooo!5oo. a^.Z...-Za.\a.a.-  Big Increase In Revenue  Customs and excise revenue for  Canada in tho fiscal your ending  March Slst last, showed an increase  of $20,2<J*(,8-t6 over the revenue of the  previous year. There was im Increase  fn every branch oC revenue, Customs  duties netted $133.493,-������8-i; ^ oxciso  taxes, $121,815,067; excjso duties $38,-  289,161; sundry collection, $"1,325,772  a total of $294,023,686.  A Real Asthma Relief. Dr. J. D.  Kellogg- Asthma Remedy has never  been advertised by extravagant statements. -Its claims are conservative  Indeed, when judged by the benefits  which Jt performs. Expect real .re-  lief ;ar.d.permanent benefits, when you  buy 'this' remedy and you will riot havo  cause for disappointment. It gives  permanent reliaf in many cases where  other so-called remedies have utterly  failed..'       ���������  -*- Pretty Phraoe  The Swedes, have'a pretty word for  the phrase "hon<iymbonlng." They  call It smekmonau, or the caressing  -month/ '.< .   '  rvKn������-trd"a     Ll;nlment;     thjs     Athlete's  Remedy ��������� ;,'.'���������'   "*"  Withl'n-iir^diufi'c������f elpht mllefl from  Sulgrave Manor, In Northaxnptonshli'o,  11 e the .nnciislora.of |3<joi-Ke Washing-  ton, WHHn-m I-efui, .tolin Adamn, Tlen-  ���������jomln Frank/In,. Henry W. T^on-T-rellow  and W������ii^n^Iar'dhiK: "  _=T3  CHILDREN ������P v  HI  FOR.- h- GjIS.XORiA  13  Especially Prepared for Infants and Children of All Ages  Mother! .Fletcher's 'CaetorJa haa  been In uoe for over 80 yenra as a  pleasant, harm lean Bubatltute for  Cat-tor Oil. Paregoric, Teething Dropa  and bootmni- uyrups. Contnina no  narcQtlcfi. Proven dlroctlona nro on  each'   packim*-".       Physlciana    every-  wSiliri rcc6fet^'fefetl,:it.%fTir8, !t||at!.'yB>M  linvei'nlwiiyW "i������ughfei beara mlgnttture ot  IH_9__9___bE9_^  reBiavgii  w^juwiiiwiwiw-iiMi*iii'jrifl_id umiimiiMii  rj-riuiifwarMwa  s  THE "REVIEW. -'CRESTON";   B.    e.  Nortnern Alberta Pioneers  Have   Usianaken   Faitk In  r  ixs Agricultural  "������***_ ��������� *S      a **|   a        ���������     "  sr OS SI biAlti.es  "If some of th e pluck that carried us  up to the armistice was used in meeting post-war conditions, 'our difficulties would look less serious." is the  opinion of a number of the old settlers  In the Beaverlodge district ~"of the  Peace Ri^er country of Northern Al  berta.  C4) The general bad effects of repeating one class of crop, burning  straw and returning nothing io the  soil- ^   *  (5)   The   excessive   labor   costs   en-  taile'd upon a region    by    a .system  farming    that involves  an  acute  >-|of  ' seasonal rush of work.  On a Visit to Canada     |  "|"?%|B.  _������"_-s"*f*s3������  V&MA*6  '     A number of these men, who have!  ' spent from ten to    sixteen   years    in ' of\_lie  Peace "River country  will for,  _^ _      'While   believing that   many  parts  sixteen  the north, and ,are .more than-satis-fa long time to come produce a con-^  fied with their prospects, are 'now ��������� siderable volume of wlieat for ex-,  working with a view to" getting "-set-j port", we are satisfied 4;hat the-soil  tiers on the vacated quarters that  every h!bmestead region sooner or  later  has  available,- and  contemplate  '-- ~ - '���������-"���������*������������������ -  a" community-building organization- to  iu. _ei___ esi.auiisu.cu.  "While keenly alert'to the transportation handicap under ,-������_hich they labor,  they" have, to offset this,-for the time  being, TL&yr, clean, fertile and cheap  soil, relatively low taxes, abundant  .fuel and building material and water,  and are pleased to make the best of  things instead of the worse. ^   -  ��������� "Having,"    they    say, "in  common {  with settlers all ever the west, com.-"  mitted tlie error of reckless* borrowing at rates of interest that farming  fn normal times cannot reasonably be  expected to earn, and having, through  inexperience    of    the country, and its  novel    problems,   made   mistakes    in  cropping and farm, practice generally,  we have certainly, no stones to throw  at others who have done-these things.  But when we find* the Worst discouragement  along  the  present "railroad;  when    we    find    men  aplenty going  "broke" at straight grain farming on  the choicest oE quarter and half sections, with elevators at the farm gates, j  while twenty,  thirty,  forty and ' even !  eighty miles back from steel are other  settlers milking  a  few  cows,  raising  - some hogs and poultry and gradually  paying up debts in spite of the severe  added handieap^of their long haul, we  can only, conclude .that a good" deal is  being charged to transportation that is  * really    due    to    quite    other    causes,  among, which might be enumerated: f  <1> inflation of land values, due  to an expectation of the continuance  of wm* prices-  <2)   Too much borrowing at impos-  _-��������� sible rates of interest;  (3)    The  growing,    with  we are  cf this region will not stand exclusive grain" r-*j'mnig as long, even, as  the Red River valley-of Dakota,  where the plight of the wheat grower - has become a subject of paternalistic concern by the United States  Government. We believe mixed  farming to be the only -system for  the- Peace River country and after  a farming experience, running up in  some cases as - high as fifteen years,  are convinced that for the man of  small means the north country offers unexampled opportunities. _.-*'  Premier IVlacDonald. Regards  The Experts   Reports Aa A  Cjod.--Cj*iv"ei_i C3-������T5ortunitv  S t R. GA1W PBf������ t_L  STU A RT,  Managing editor of the London Times,  who is a recent visitor to Canada.  To  Assist Wheat Pool  Prime Minster MacDonald, in a re- i  cent speech given in Wales to the  electors who sent him to parliament,  declared he was not going to lose a  single chance of putting the report of  the reparation experts 4nto operation.  "And I want "France to be with me,  let there be nc doubt about it," he  said.  "l- regard the experts report," continued Mr. MacDonald, "as an opportunity for a peace settlement and  agreement which, if not taken advantage of by European statesmen,  will be one of the most God-sent opportunities ever neglected, and lost."  The* Prime Minister declared.he was  glad President Coolidge had referred  to disarmament the other day.  - "When   disarmament   comes   to   be  Lift Off-No Pain!  IE-ONE  Saskatchewan Government to Bender  Financial Help tp Project  The Saskatchewan Government has  decided to render financial assistance  to the -.vlieat pool organization in'the  province. Premier Dunning announced.  In announcing a favorable decision in  regard to the application, Premier'  Dunning stated that the assistance  would be given in the form of a loan,  the details of which were now being  worked out. , .  Admitting Inability    to    gi~,*e    exact  figures,    compilation    being    neglected in the stress of organization, A. E.  Wilson, president of the Saskatchewan  Co-operative Wheat Producers, Limited, the pool organization, placed what  "he declared was-a   conservative-estimate of the acreage now under contract at 5,000.000.      He added fhe^jn-  formafion that the    oi ganizaiion   had  1,500,000 acres in old contracts**which  ���������were not covered    by    waivers.      By  concentrating on securing waivers foi;  these -contracts  he   believed   he   was  quite safe in saj-ing the required six  million acres -wou'.d be under contract  by the middle of June. _,    "  In  Back  Tha^s  Why   Manitoba  Man  Recommends Dodd's Kidney  p:ii,  m.  _K__tM������__>  Mr.  Stephen   Korak found   relief and j one at that*  tells  other sufferers  to   use   Dodd's  Kidney Pills.  Okno,     Man.���������(Special).���������"After    I  X" XT  dlscuss<*d,"   lie   said,   "the   President  wall find no stronger support in the  world for it than from us."  Mr- _TacDonaid appealed to France  to work with him. and the other allies "in offering Germany a real  chance to fulfill its word���������a real  chance to make a pledge and keep it."  The Prime Minister said lie was  going -to do ills _���������-st to carry out that  "Tpolicy, "steadily gnd patiently, but  without any__humfeue oi* cheating at  all."    -- 1  Mr. MacDonald began his discussion  of foreign affairs with an expression  of his hopes of helping put Europe  on its feet.  "If I can only do anything before  I leave this- office," he said, "to- remove some oE the difficulties that  have been in the way of European settlement, if I can do anything to-bring.  'my country and France into closer  friendship, if I "can do anything to  enable' Central Europe to find its legs,  not with hate.and revenge in ifs heart,  but wiiii* a new revelation of international co-operation, then I shall have  felt that I have done my day's work,  ' and regard it as a pretty satisfactory  had used six boxes of Dodd's Kidney  Pills I felt no more pain in my back,  Doesn't hurl one bill Drop a little  "FreeEone" on an aching corn, Instantly that corn stops hurting"! then  shortly you lift it -right off with  fingers. )  Your druggist sells a tiny ^bottle-of  "Frees one" for a few cefits, sufficient  hazard    of straight grain i to remove every hard  corn, soft corn  " its   alternate fat and 1 or cora Between the toes, and the foot-  lean streaks, the fat being too often - -ngU  promptly   "consumed,     leaving     starvation rations for the lean;  | callouses,  without  soreness or srrita-  CORNS  For sure relief  apply   Mjnard's  dally.        Excellent for bunions.  The   entire   special Issue of Japanese postage staittps which was to,commemorate tlie Crown Prince's wedding  '.was    destroyed    in.   the great earth.-.  quake. ��������� 7--   " x  ^T  Control  Of Grasshoppers  CUTICURA HEALS  >   ���������   " i   - -  ���������       ..'iT--*..' ��������� ,7,'-    .���������:'' .<���������������������������'������������������  . 'ill    ��������� Imi' '  H$ad Covered With Eruptions. HairMII Fell Out.  Got Little Sleep.  '���������   .' i'.  " When baby was a week olcj a  fims rst������l������ R>r<aki-* out em 1*li" forehead  and Bcalp, which later formed small  blisters." The blisters soon spread  and when he was three months old  his head wan coveredwlth note eruption**.. He cried and rubbed hla head  and his hair nil fell out, He got but  very little Bleep. ��������� '     "  ^"*A friend recommended Cuticura  Soap nnd Ointment. After u������ln-j  he f-ot'relief;a'nd In two -month* he  was healed," (Signed) Mr������. Allan tt.  Caldwell,7R.F.X). 2, Auburn, Me.,  Jan. 12, 1022.  ��������� Doily uae of Cutlcura Soap, Ointment and Talcum hetpa to prevent  H-ln. troubles.  -|MB*i>_XM-V������MtwSrt."U A������1"r-������������* --���������.������;*���������������,-������.XIW-  Ufa. *��������������� ���������*> rami it,, w., bumim-." Hojtlwvwnr--  fciw-i. BaapSlta. Olntm-nteJS.������n<IMw.Talcum \%r.  ~*Cuticiiir*| Stomp aha**** without mug.  The Most Successful Means to Combat  This Menace  Locusts or grasshoppers lay tlieir  eggs in the late summer and autumn  of one year and the. young appear  about Mayin'..��������� the following year.  Every kind of field crop suffers from  their presence. A . leaflet issued by  the Dominion Entomological Branch  states that in Eastern������������������'Canada tlie following mixture "broadcasted over infested fields has proved effective in  control: Bran 20 pounds, Paris ; green  or white arsenic half.a pound, molasses 2 quarts, juice of oranges or lem-  3 bus 3 fruits with pdel chopped fine, to  2% gallons of "water. Theybran and  Paris green or white arsenic should  be mixed... whlle dry.. Another bait  that: has answered well is* Sawdust  20 pounds, Paiis,green i/_ pound1. salt  1 pound, Waiter.i' 3' gallons. ;; Twenty  pounds of either -'ai these bails is suf-4  ficient to treat five' acres" of growing  crops. The morning Is the besj. time  for broadcastiug.   -.      '���������     ������������������  Iu the prairie ���������''i>ViJvInces what: is  known as the Criddie; mixture- has  'pyoved effective. This is mado ������������������by-  adding 1 pound of.Paris green, ot  white arsenic, and 1 pound: oA. salt, *to  115 gallons, by meaBurq, of fi-esli horse"-  ! dropping.-", sufficient water '/only to  make tho mixture moist being added,  Old pastures should be ploughed to  a depth of i\l IguhI Hix inchen and im-  mediately followed hy harrowing.  Slightly  Less  Employment  Maritime      Provinces      and      British  Columbia Only Provinces Showing,,  Increases '  Employment at the beginning of  April showed a contraction -of over  one per cent. The curtailment of  operations reported by employers was  somewhat similar to that indicated at  the same period of 1923, although the  shrinkage af last year affected a much  larger percentage of the reported  payroll.  Employers in the Maritime Provinces and British Columbia reported  increases in their payrolls, but in the  ^remaining provinces there was*" a  downward tendency.  in the mornings.      This relief is due  to Dodd's Kidney Pills."  This statement is made by Mr.  Stephen- Kozak, who lives in this  place. He sends this as a guidance  to other sufferers. There ' are -two  things certain in this world: one is  that everybody is liable at some time  or other to an attack of Kidney.  Trouble, the others is that Dodd's  Kidney Pills relieve all forms of Kidney disease, such as Diabetes, Dropsy,  Rheumatism, Bladder Troubles, Gravel and Urinary Disorders, even when  other remedies  have  failed;  Every suffei'r who tries Dodd's  Kidney Pills is" delighted with the  comforting reli3f that they so q.uickr  ly create. Thousands are buying and  j using them solely through  ' commendation of. their friends who  first discovered then* relieving and  healing properties.  Dodd's "Kidney Pills can be obtained  from all druggists.   -���������-   ^  "Some of our papers are talking  about France being isolated. ' That is  the very last thing I want. I want  to stand side by-side with France. 1  want M. Poincare to know -that  France, so far as her security is concerned, has no bet ter friend, than this  countrj-.  "I    am    profoundly  convinced that  these experts' reports, joined together  with the experierjee  of the last four  years, ought to make both France and  *Surselves    see   .that    by our common  friendship, and by that alone,  working -with Italy, working with Belgium,  "working with the small nationalities,  and  offering Germany a real  chance  to make a pledge and keep.it���������-in that  way, in that friendly way, in that al-  j lied way, we caa open anew the door  the- "re-   1o Bea-ce' happiness and international  "co-operation."  In Tibet one man in every four Is  a m6_k.  .London has 421 newspapers  of all  kinds. ������������������������������������';.  MRS. SARAH  WILSHAW  7  I  W.    N.    U.    1G23  Still Working at 07  j     John It. Booth, bend of one of lhe  ] L'ir-;������''Kt   lurnbc ���������������������������   u:ru>   pulp   >>n&   pap or  Jmnl-lng plant*-'In Canada,  celebrated  his ������7th birthday on April 7tlv by #������-  Ing to hla large mills on the Ottawa  Ttlver and carrying on his dally, worlc  , : of ������uporyJal<qji.     Mr. Ilooth began hia  cureei* uh a workinj*;  hui|i-t*r������HHii and  ; by   hl_   own   indift-tr*/   and   I'orcHlght  _.,' built up the bugc*- busIne-H- of which  ' lie la now the head,  Have You A Daughter?    If  You Have, This Article  Will Intkrest You!  Better  Prices  For   Lambs  a       . ~m  Buck  Lambs Will   Bring   Lower Price  Is Warning to Sheep Raiser    .  ^The sheep raiser has it in his own  hands to decide whether he will-take  the top price for his male lambs next  fall, or sell them at a discount of two  dollars or more per head.    The decree  has gone  forth that a cut of $2 per  hundredweight   will   be   made   on   all  buck lambs purchased aEter the middle; of July. -It may not be generally    understood    'that-   wether .-lambs  make thicker and    better 7 carcasses  -than. do rams,  and that  the meat is  of finer flavor.      The*    operation    ot  emasculation is not only as necessary  with lambs as with calves and pigs,  but it Is just as simple and subject to  as  little  loss.      A ' pamphlet  entitled  "The   Great   Neglect   in   Sheep  Husbandry," describes the operation and  shows how to take off   the,    tails   as  well.      Unless, a flock owner can afford to take a low price for his Iamb  crop he had better make sure^pf the j  highest return-by trimming his lambs  this spring.  Say "Bayer"- Insist.  For Pain ;    Headache  Neuralgia     Rheumatism  Lumbago     Colds  A-cept only a  Bayar pacts age  which-bntairis proven directions  Handy "Bayer1" boxesv������f 12 tablets  Also bottleB of 24 and 100���������Drugg-lata  Aspirin la the trade mark -(Mj-UteMd In  Canada > of Barer Kanufaetui-a ot SaCcno-  aeetlca���������-ester ot Ba"Uc-rHcac"il  Hamilton, Ont.���������"Dr. -Pierce's Favorite  Prosorlpi'lon la tho best mad I el no I have  evfir known for the building up of girls  and women who uro run-down In h���������������lth.  It luis boon .taUen by 'different members  of my family with groat success.    My  dauislitors havo been woiiderrully helped  durin-" moUiorhowl by tnlclnn Fnvorlto  Proserin lion; It la the best, modlclno tho  expectant mother <"an  take for health'  nnd st.rnnRt.h.    Anil   after  havlntr  thd  lutlui)ii/.it my ptiiiiulUiinulaov.' was lott in  a vory bad way and nothliij; In tho w������y  oT incdtcliiQ ������������vo her any lialp until sho  bnpt-in taklntr Dootor .Pierce's Favorite  proscription, und thru tho uso of this,  modlclno  hor- health   wafl  completely  restored, nnd sho la aa woll aa over."���������  Mrs, Surah Wllshaw, -ion Cannon St., 33.  do to your tfolKhborliUod druic ator<?  nt onco and obtain this" Prescription of  Dr, Plerco's, In tublota or liquid, or Bond  30 cents to V>r. Plr*rco*H Lsi-boratory -In  JKl'lUK-UUl'tCl Oijt. | a-Va-"   iiii.}   H������H.ckw^������a  Survey  of Coal Deposits  Edmonton   Board   o-f   Trade   Recommends Geological  Surveys in  Alberta  GeoLoglcal surveys of all the coafi  deposits iu the province was asked  for by the,Edmonton Board of-Trade.  It xvas decided, also, to recommend  that no railway extension to aid in -the  p-KploUallnn nf cr.al doposUa would  be justified unlogs the tiunllty of the  coal in. that piu'ttcutnr district was ob  outstanding superiority. " -  Hegardlng the Hudson's Bay "n-vllwny,  it was deckled that no i-econmieudn-  tlons could be made for further expenditure at. present.  fvr-  Record Harvdllng of Immigrants  Creating a  record  of handling one  nettlek' per mlaute, the Canadian National TtnUw-j-ys colonization department, In conjunction with the Dominion Immigration official!-*, last wee!:  ticketed out, ninety immslgrants from  the S.S. Cetlric In "92 minutes to farm  | positions thi'ou_liout tntj wt-st.  ii Fresh Powerful Battery  nt the Right "Price  MOTE���������We     ouaritntea     tlteaa  Oatter'e-. Otshleen Wlontha. if  dlktiattlcfl������d In HO day-r, return  FralQltt Collect and w- will  refund money.  Hm,V. Mkatttwtr.e VMH-.fa'lHat*.    far.  WarO. Cl������*������������������i-������t 4m Utlpmtt&r. Gni-  r"������BB.. Okestfctatl *. "'."cILeiai'hllo I  KHH. D**., IMI, BU4. IMM, K.44i. UM.  V.ltm    7.  914.71  tim. RS KMSmrp. & *Va_*t. 13 r������M4>.   JF-o*  ���������   ' XM4Mwv<t*mtrj.������mavn,*M**-  .    .    t-aa. j  ia^.tMc_M������fuhai_ wii>iKi.  *tm.Ilk %*,-V4*t:1*.tt^m fa*   M������������������������������H'  ��������� MMali4 Uatat ���������������-������#. oartjr to, 92-I.2*  K*.  V"   U-V������lt   **tlmrUm, ���������������   Vhmltt*  TAi.A'st������ ........... .^.......... $������8.55  Mmmwma* ���������*������.*������ MUMtel ataid irawr al c*r.  KJU������ MJU^U-FJaJCTtiatNG CO.  WtN-rCtMlO CANABSA  ������<'  MMMW  tmmwmmm' umi'int'iwajj���������a ml  r'  i-  i  sg^jgijfe;'.!:.:' ':7.;.';*SiT!,'."!!p  1 asacl Personal  Rubber   Stamps,    any   description.  W. Truscott., Creston.  "-"IB.TEC���������On June 21st,   to  Mr.   and  Mrs. R. L. FraIa_*son,.a.son.  ' ���������-���������'��������� -SJ375 ������������������'- Cash-' buys "-'^clia^h^^  recently-    overhauled,    new   battery.  j Apply W. B. Martin, C.P.R. depot,  ^    "Wanted���������Married    coupie    wants  , work on ranch, or cos-kin*"-  in   camp,  exp^i-*������-���������c������*d.   Apply s. .soon, general  delive.ry, Cifstop.    _.  Fob. Sale���������"Lawn numer, in. good  shape, $5. P. W. Foot, Fairview  -Ranch, Cr-'ston.  For, Sai^e���������Several head of Jersey  heifers und cows. For full particulars  apply Review Office.  For- Sale���������Saddle pony for sale  cheap; quiet, suit lady or children.  P. G. Ebbutt,  Creston.  Fob Sale���������Light buggy, one democrat, one light dray._ -Simister & McKay, blacksmiths, CresU������n.  Mrs. Jessie Lewis, teacher of piano,  forte, Royal Acad'-sny of Music, London, Lamont- Bldg., Creston.  Mrs. Argue of^Cranbrook was a  weekend visitor here with her son,  G   M., of Beattie-Oatway, "Ltd.  Fob. SAXK���������Baby's pram, English  make, in good shape. Also a refrigerator, cheap.,    Apply Mis. Varley.  The quarters vacated   by   the   telephone cehtral is now occupied for post  ofiSee purposes, the extra space being  utilized an a mail make-up room.  Copland baseSa 11 team was here for  agamenith the Creston nine at Exhibition Park on .Sunday afternoon,  but due to the rainy weather play did  not. sro fthe ftxll nine innings, the ������-co������*e  when play had to  be called standing 4  to Bin Cope.and _" favor.  For Sa_k���������Jersey   cow,   i*ix   years . - - '"'v".--'    -���������  olds_ freshened June ISfch- first class ^^e sferawt^st^ebippinK is at the  milk and 'butter cow. Price $100. i peak this week and by the-end of the  Mis. O. Davidge, Wynndel. f^^ ^^ 5li  3ply the ee!isnn wiU lw  practically. tive'r.    "Raspberries, will be  :-^-fff"s;  ^disfc^Clmfc&'W^^  when a congregation of over one hun������  dred was in evidence^ior the song eei*  vice in which "the .features' were solo's1  lav* -B_**.***tfaS*-kA- - V.������*_._.-  casaa*i  BJS"   Village of Creston  V-v  '  ,   T"������**a*5 ������r__r,S������-*.aa"|  OGILVIE Goods are dependable  We  have  a small  quantity *jx  No. 1 Alfalfa  Common Red  and Alsifce  Clover Seed  Now is the time ta  i/uau  patch.  ^JitOUmi L"  *���������**"������(*������ *r_af% ������rta _-  Jaoksons  at  in a well assorted  lot of colora and  patterns.  >_, ,.���������..-.i...���������..  asBirlSB  ������������i tne L*resion  High School is a business visiter in  "Victoria this week, leaving on Saturday.  Dr. Lillie is remaining Jn Toronto  for the Don union Dentui Convention  and will not be*������ble to "visit Creston  until his August date**.  Fob. Sale���������Team, wagon and ham  ess, weight Hbout 30001 bn., 1 years old,  biark Fei-chemns, pi-ice complete $350.  Enquire Review OffJce-  J Announcement is made that the  u������ual morning session ������������f Christ  Church Sunday school is enispehded  for the next two months. f  Miss Brett and Mrs. R. Stephens  were yisitos*s with friends at OrRii-  brook and Kimbeiley a couple of days  the latter part of- the -week, returning  on  Sunday.  Tuesday is Dominion Day, a statutory holiday and -til places of business  iu town will be closed, with the general delivery wicket at the posiofHce  open from 6 to 6 p.m.   only. _  Major Mallandaine left on Sunday  for Vancouver, where he it* attending  si provincial -uonservarive conference  in that city the fore part of the week.  Col. Lister is also in Vancouver with  him.  ���������moving next week it is expected and  at present tbe outlook is excellent for  better than an average  yield.- * .  The Qithsei vatives had the" biggest  turnout of, the campaign for their  closing rally ' in the Grand on Thursday night las-t. at which the speakers  were O. B. .Garland, Mrs. Mallandaine,  Col. Lister and W. &. Esling of Boss-  land, with Major "Mallandaine occnpy-*  ing the chair.  Election day "passed off  without incident, the towh.taking <U������  a holiday.  aspect with  snuny of tbe  voters, frosu  out-side  town remaining to. spend the"  afternoon in the" village!    In   proportion to  the number of uHniee* on  the -  list the voting at Creston   was   about  the heaviest in the" whole province* '    ,  Knott, and duetts _ by Mr. and Mrs.  -**-lt hammer and) juiss ' Frances' __������������  AvSS. Knotl, all cf Canyon Oity.*^ "  -rne guarantoi* of tne 192_ Chautauqua had a meeting on Wednesday  night to wind up the affairs of the big  six .days, of entertainment. The deficit (in the undertaking-this "year -is a  little over $4, as compared 'with ' a ."$9  per head shortage in 1923. ;���������In the four  years Chautauqua has played Creston  this,year's deficit is the lowest of them  TO WHOM IT MAX CONCEKN:  The voters Mat for the first election  of "<"onsniissSoiiere. baa been made up  on Monday, the Sard of June, 1*_S4, and  was -posted by*4,hs Oleil*. of the ibove  corporation at" his office in the Court  ELouse at Creston-, B.C., op the; said.  ���������date. ".-"-. /   - -  /__ Court of Ke-pision will be held: fot^  the revision of th,e. said list on -Monday, theSOth of Jeiae, 1624, -*������ the ���������ovir  of 10' o'clock in'the .forenoon, at the  s-isd Court House. - - J" . " - "-  _W, O. TAYI-OK.  Clerk-Of the said Corporation.  The **������*&ting capacity of the Met-ho-  1  For Salk���������Fatalism and indisputable pro-ef of a living  God.    itead this  ok, ������ divine s->lsst!ssn   ������f   this   life's  Iiiar. r\ _r  mv-'oi-'a.araa:  *_.** j nyivk m'  Matthews, 57} San Juan-Ave.  ia,   B.C.  Victor-  THE CORPORATION OF THE  Village of Creston  Eleofp of Gomfii issio ners  TO THE BLBCTOBS:  Notice is hereby given that the noiu  inatiou of three-Cornuii>sioners -will be  held at the-Court Horise at Creston,  B.C.,  on���������Saturday,  the  26fch  d������y  Jnly, 1S>24, between   *"     "    ' "  o'eirank  u....:<t.. ���������.- ������.v^_ rs.. _  _. ... ...V, ovutHtcaLU   aetata-.  of  the hours' of ten  in   the forenoon,  E  SATURDAY &  MONDAY SPECIAL  0<jft6F   RIJflTISPR^  *-^������������"  Prices  The showery and cool weather that  prevailed for most of last week has  given place to. the real warm and  sunny article and the berry crop  shows the benefits of the needed sun  and heat.  The Girls' Guild   of   Christ   Church  are giving a lawn social on Tuesilay,  July 1st, at^. Eriekson, at W. H.  Kemp's. There will' be a tea** i������.nd sale  of work from 3_to 6 p.m., and dancing  front 8 p.m.  The ladies are reminded of the  Women's Institute flower show which  is on i,his afternonn at the Pariah Hall,  and in connection with -"w-hich tea will  be served and there will also be a sale  of home cooking.  J. D. Siddons, vice-principal of Creston High School got* away on Friday  to join Mrs. Siddons at' her home at  Cioverdale. He feas turned- in his  ���������resignation as te-acher here and will  not be returning.  Chas. Armstrong arrived from  Ktngsgate on Wednesday to take on  the work of second assistant at the  C.P.U. depot, Mr. Sinclair, who held  the job dowir-for" just two days, returning to Cranbrook.  Christ Church Ladies' Guild had  fairly good patronage at their tea and  Dale of refreshments at the home of  Mrs. Stanley Watson on election afternoon, the casn intake being in the  neighborhood of 820.  The 1924 Entrance examination tests  -commenced on Wednesday morning  At Creston with Misses Wade and Lax-  ton in charge. About forty pupils are  writing this year, fifteen of whom are  from the local school.  Mrs. Glaspell of Grand Forks, who  addressed the members of the local  Presbyterian W.M.S, in the church on  the society's work on Thursday night  last, was the guest of Mrs. James during her.stay in Creston.  Mrs. Fleetwood of Wardener wub a  Creston visitor a couple of day������ the  fore part of the week. She finds the  altitude at Wurdner too high for her  good health, and will probably be  moving here to reside by early fall,  Mr. Banco- arrived from the Okanagan on Sunday and has assumed the  management of the Creston mib-con-  trut of the Associated Grower** and  will ultto handle the affairs of the Creston Co Operative Fruit B-change.  Ah a wlndup   for   the "high   schoo  term Creston   onelieetra   ia   giving   a  dunce in the Parish Hall this (Friday)  evening, commencing at nine o'clock,  with r-������ iwlrols-jlon of $1 to gentlemc-s.  and 50 cent* to lad leu, this price Including eupper.  Gravelling of a number of the roadtt  In the vicinity of town Is recelvliriff  special attention thin month, another  motor truck having I won shipped In  from Nelson a couple of week-* ago,  rn'ul will Im kept lnmv for at !a%a*it h*i-  ofcher couple of month**.  And notice"!-* hereby given that the.  election of three" Commissioners will  be held on Monday, the 28th day of  July, lf*_4*.at | he - said Cofut Honse,  and that the Returning Officer thereat  will be the undersigned. *"**  W. O. TAYLOR, "  Clerk of the Corporation of the  ,   Village of Creston, B.C.  If   * ,.._"3TI   *    ��������� waa?���������'���������������-������    mm*  _^*prllji*ii_-vyii_ stay  Soft and Y������^tlifial  , if47oii -will lose Jontecl Com-  ^femation Cream -faithfully -  everyday- This -remarkable  skin preserver and^beaati-  fier'-s.ay.be used, as a -vaa?-  ishi&g^bleaching or maftsa^  cream���������--aiB_ as a faceT-trow-  der basei-^.; ���������        ^7  ~,;.. ~ - -; ?~Z"~"      'The. cta-il"? : -  use Gf this  -wonderful  cream keeps .  "the skin beautiful with the  VioktWrmtr   a0_4���������  mess   And  bio 6 m    of  yout_* ���������^.assd'*  f:ives a re-  resfeed-feel- '  :ing.*t<tt*ie  _ensea -when  yem axe tired.  - ��������������� This cream  Is now. put -up In    convenienfc-  _       SCTew cap. Jay, wasdh is *--=������-  I -   the thine* x_r "t-our t__*r������*  fTrE-^OATW  Druggists & Stationers  i  I  -*-*  S  _sa  iLUyIJ hi Sl.y  for wt&:  ich  UPC Wsii  ildliill  will  ^2.50 per  crate  Spot  *. *  Remember, this price is nett t<*> yon.'    Nothhig held .hack' for selling your stuffi packing;  house charges, or any other reason,  tlie fruit.    No waiting.  "XJhe money ,is all youre,and you get it the day yoia -deliver  Our pricea on Strawberries ranged from t$5 to $2 itett to the grower, with payment made  What will yow get for yours. - '.-..,-  Oaa   Uay Ol   Ut-llVt-ry.  Don't take any chatsces with your Raspberries, Ch-S-ries, Gooseberries, Currants, or assy of  your Fruit.   - We can handle all you have and pay you Cash for it each day.  I  Creston Valley Produce  CRESTON  ALP. NELSOEi, Manetfe*  Company  ERICKSON  am  ESB  KL^SLtI\iLm   J\Em^\mJi!������i\RVH%mI!^fm\. wyI\B&Mlm  iO-qiiart size, $3.50.     12-quan, $3,  14-quart, $4.25  This is genuine Aluminumware and eveiy piece  ' is guaranteed for 25 years.  Dry Goods  Grocorles  mm*mmmm  m^mmtommmmM*


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