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 j--r-Sc-- *> s*   -w-r r *-*  ���������-.^.  ���������r-?^feJS~^^*v..- "EL-*.3*'^" 7- kij.xxsi  latSsf-*- **<  >a. "  e\7*������il������ggz& &.J*������i������jaUfr d-*sn was of iv<_^W**W*  ���������a-a-ITg__*Tii_a__ir- r^" ���������-.    *���������*���������    t~. -_   _ _~������-*r. -1 a������_L. "w"       _u ^        ^^ AT ..-__ ~       ^  ^  -^ - (        ,. / >'-.   ,   .      .-fl?^. .._________h_______^^ -^ j-    -> .  7 4- - ^- >������_*���������'--.-?*' _. >V . > x= ',. 7r- W-T.-7 ,7������.-*r.-^-?^u*S^5iiS- ."..  ���������* ST.'_'I*-*MrK. tr-Jfs-f *>"-" ' -** ���������-,   _  .,.���������     ���������-  ".  .alO^-AliKiGWv ������% -jnfeiw *J������*������Mw." The brideam^id W  ;K-*tore������i:-in_-wjaita exnbrbidered crepede  ���������V^^^-W^^^lt'^" 'iiSe* ^ffeafcd/c-u^ied Sink, asters.������$&:  .________Has^^   ������_S____*_Tj*_3___!"������^^ <������i������|--���������*ee%j  l_littr ^^fcrf^ffla������^5Sfc������^  To-ri..  *&> .r. ;^^.^i^____j__  JJU  JS^S^^ft^Ss* eittsse^aa -veil* as needlework,  _ jjy* "**7'7. !"*--  -A.       ^ _   ..������������_  *e w^v. ���������  **   --1--  7^" ;r *-- *  Jtf<k28  -*��������� 1  =*7Sr  ;--:^B|#p^S^^4s!",^������-B,^o,?s _riai ^J*^>.  *-    "^'   ^*^^ftT^,iaSSM_i2^^',*^ _^f"   *Wfc#^4 _*������*_5*r_a������-l������^^Krl������l    MthAmn ^tWi_-hfc__fe������-*. ^.a*i_i  *���������. -.-f-ri, ttm   n ^-,^- ���������-���������..-_ ,_1    _**  n_ir__n'^4_S_r___a_-T>M  ,   Bak__*aUa*at **_^*ifc ^_^-i*.*:r~S-    ""'^taT*    i-"���������-r-|aar������������������-������ -a��������� ^a������-a.-������������ ������e     ^W^������������*W^ H-a^kM*   I^^TOrhOOa������f Sps""^^ ^-* ii-fTi^a  J night ga ������^������^������eB������r^���������sE^^'#������pgae^^f -_rp   _ ^ - t.-^  latter having grcmps of thr^eesar*:  ^astc of plsitn sewSrig. three ^-iaf*Qi*iB&r  ���������"���������' "%fe6m, ������ttc^^^tton,tlMcr^U'-fi  k^"-if������"   itia-Io    from .Aonrf eicfc^  6j''w-v������_ ^_: /-  . i^������"^_  .    -r*L7 t^   ������-���������/  I  Idle  i>  gv.  l^tosfej DeUcious __^a W^K^ Jw-sU] mUBa In the whofe diBtHcfc are fn dpe8v  .WPife^!^k?fc^^^^ .ti^CjW StoJ^^ -who was  roresiers; recoi-assno-a-fa t i-������������i3������B' jura  firearm-Mmpis^7'*wl^' ^''s^n^'^stl  ������vnL*-������ranf^ff^_1iom  ~-*.W7������^iI .^-_i������___.___- ^jr������v^i^'l'-*W___^*������r_L   ,"-* ,i"?���������"^!!SS  ������]&jx *" -^jsyy -���������* *- ���������*'*- *or-i^ -���������   *- .fa.    f- ���������_   .-^   "^  ������ftornno������ tras������,on-a, -wedding -trip to             '2!!?El5SS'%?8^? ^-F0^^ ftWMt lorist ft^>troli  ������i__iB-|___>iir> __r^ ri^>R-nnY-a vr_-ii*i-_-_o--iit������   cei������t.---i_-rtil   *-    - -   -J --..    ,,-c v   7^  ���������*%-������s  ������mpIo"ed in the fight to control it*   A.  '*-������rs: large '*W'eC������"-^6������r--B^^^9 ^hd  -*   y_f_ 5a fg>_B^^-'"������������rtnti3ta--_t^"t-jg. ^mggJj������g*m"������*Mt jfr'  " ti-QsI>er has t^n destroyaki.^^  miles from   Kfltcbener,  another  big  ��������� hlaite had to ba- h^ndle_ biifc the raiay  "   .^^v*^_t*St|W|l$l������������   ,   7 ������7ti ^x~  -5="  -**7-r������.*-  .       Of th������ 101 fires tabnia^ed, Mr. Moore  B3ty& that but ten per..ceD^r-were-'dt-*  -   to ligfetmng, h^snon a^h^e-s l^  _ss__sife!aJ*a_������;_fe,'^aS^S-T!'J*^gs3: -jfeK^s  - moat part.i^i������iej-������iaes-*.%__i::^  feature, ll^wevelv���������Wt"3is^e^8:fol������str.'",  .   ST fSie pati*oi"-ivo--k ria:'the,l_QKer;,measf  \ v>igsF_ off jBo^q^B^ki%a^|^  ^_flM8 general^fiwlrfit^l-^n^^^^ ^bfnr  etw ltaVl^fe^^r'j_^li_j^Ee4''^ 0$$  sjisias asd.^_ii^_^ww^, m7fche\w  __r^.Wterwarsl������~r^Mt_todt t^tor|ni^  ^ A^eiffince will be giveit in Hunt's JBali:  oii:^ttUiday^uguBt2St^f'" with <3res--'S  joaj>Tol_estr^lBajpply|p^ ' --  llr^nd^JIrsv B. Sb^tMtoti sat������ now  in ^tttle. Wash., where Wey expect  -iM>I--^imain until the endo^'i&ie wibiitiju  i *&-.N.    _ -���������. -    ""^-r^ *-*   -''"  ^jj-v^ -^  - "Mw, Sam ^"IIbob and Rit-v of C*__-Ie-  ������ja^fl*������*___-*___ i��������� ___-jVaiSi-_'^i-=.s^_B _~:  3-sEJfes*������������  ._    fj  ' "ij!- .������k<_  =:s^_iS2*  5  ^  u,1"--   **^'  r-Mt^aSftot- through fcheTsffeTftf the two  comnMnain^ view in ���������^jt^jBiM^o^  '*'���������    fl*^_r>-y ���������  3*<-        - J"  ���������������      r ^  ^^l^^miA^^^^^^^^W^ IjSS^^t-il  ���������"v_r- ���������-"  have claimed that ti^y^'fl^^.'apal^ &V  lil^lpT^jH^'PfSi^ JpeeoB'^^ fire-box i  r^l0^^^0^?318^1" ?*^_ "I*Af.*������aii^SBB^ iq������e,Wety that tnv^iibly landed *he  ^itb ^fe-i^ojteir * - - -    -  l-Mr/Woor  r1^-^  *-J*^.---'     J  fch������t  -a*������������* ������l^*[I**^!fl>l% ^^^^"Ml^ri-ttic in-  Iduslir-jf in VSM- Kootenay is having a.  -j -a.   7  -1- - ^������  *;t**____t���������i       -v      ������*     r**3r       r    -%   ������?*3������_ v���������*-r- ���������X      ! i  fl*k-_t nskitfT]      ___rv_" _^^__*_^ji_-^j_--^i__j_i-'-"t_-^s---w      * v  iuB.th^efti^uutSi^foradaUycutof  "^xj 1 ^' -  sa "* t   -i,-  ���������beran enlarged.  7      t. ,t * .;*_he Juvenile class has been eliminat-  ^_.      __     __   . _ _      ifealllf_| lad *^iaa_ to -.ygry' pont* cdmnetifcion, in  I in������?-*e|^p%el^ig^i|ie&^ years In that deportment, hut the  - fe_d������^-f^TM;%^^^^ss^^;������^^*^^^^|d g-irisunder _Sw������ rememberWi  berta  fmUmmM'se****,^^ t^'-^_?  .   Hass Vera IrVilloughby off Crawford  Bay_ils=a'frnest of Mre. :._>an McDcis^id  tt-isWeefe.  bM^pl-A^t-i^^^^^^ttgh, ���������  explanation .of ;;t he-^ttitttion felng'  ibat more'i^pie^r^^Sli*? tneWmpB,  *- W&a^ OBseE-r'******'  _ J?������*������J.   \iZ*l  ..df-SX^��������� a~*-__  -aw3 frou-_Ll  K.-1  -way>������e^t*^i"^s^!g?4&^ 'V������-_r*isi cntpot  J^^ fL__S*__������a3i ���������** s* *- -        ***   ' ���������'    *"  -    ���������   -     ^ _^,-^_  -w->������*������^?ine;  T?������^-*-������*^������s*.r *Rie U.S.^tleaaana has,  fnterai n# _!i������>w|^nkfa^_������r    -������^ %k������_ ^11  forfota^*-^-^t^&-.-0oto������^nd fibe"  ija ^he^Fruit and ve-^etahle classes where  ���������"ttg^Stf&ile _<Jda!eB are offered fo-rplate  Se������reta-*y*;.*WaliKieley   has "��������� escelled  ^inQsel_^inVi^tinj^^f|-eCial priae-sr for  ^h.f&"year_ falrt <?ne of ihese,-a. e������_le,:  inan l-ntern^beieig^plttce- as a* prize  ������������* tibft istilifcy p������H,l-ao!Mlt������'-ts- slasss. 3-hes  "Stoe^bi-eedeps "'As-������w>clS.t3o3i lia8--"-bcerir  most generous and "tlieir con.tribatioss-  helps out the,-cttttle_ -c*Uss_ splec-iidly^  ,#Js_������ 8_te ������2ft oflprize^money frosn the  .^���������onr-en's Institute provides some ������t-  l>B^������3t������-������������ spocials 33 the ladled a������HL'tioBS~  ""Cash co^i-i-tiritouts-.iss are larger than"  usa^al; an*f^gs^Siosct������&������e������n^&*i-nK -5-������  gsraiHe io t/ery Iigbr^-w*fi��������� ^ryi iittie  hnpeforapicfcu-> from the ^  at  jsnc^s*-  w  "���������"^O*"      J^^trnJ^"   I  -^-J  'are -3pscla31y :_aapte������!.::: tp:v:  cai������p^flres near^iitreamff-  "r.,3-'","*-=-;j_    _>"#*  ^^l_i__Jfc_.-J___. "J. a������_ ^_. _.=__   t.,-^ ..;'    ^ _.    -���������-g ^--^ ��������� .^������  _i.^a*_.z_, -rffc*f:  Sent bl^M0 :"a������ve :te-e��������� espodStiouaSy  haadled^-wtth these porUbJepuafipB,  which ere moat:effective for a radioB  of fifty feeW     n~ ~ ' '^~  *'  ������j- *- r-   "J  #--  ���������-" "  _ '       . '���������     ���������_ ~*       ->/"     f -*���������  .C1!  ��������������� ^'-'*  ^)^sliii|;_^fl^i*/c?r������prBi������er i^^p%������cb.ca^fei  hew&^ acquaint  fth������-oa^^e*^^s^i"7^JSfs f^thiar,""'wh^iaT^a^%sa^ea^^;  -*L^_^^. ���������__._.__,._._���������.-_.__..._...-       -.,    r      . ... yp^ifcp^ |ff     ,,,^,-y,^ TJ.  i������_i__^_^__E_____^__C^_S :  ^_^'wltlt^W^  ������itW3^>������^^a������aik_-si^^ i^_r^-  lli^Bft: be aroua^ t  siig^gj2*J|~������&ifc&ti&ZZkm^m^ ' ~    -   ������������������  SS������3 "  Ifewhohasjoin^^  fraternity,  having this  week  taken  _ 3 _.   '   '^ ,  r    .  ,   ^.7aiilL^M^ of  Cranbrook -������ere visitors wltfe %. l!l_>  Biindy for a few- days the early- pairt of  tbe vpSk. - ^  -f--^  v������>  -     ,.      h ' .   *     J     '   i     ^*   * i  -   A_ Augufft; wedxlina:' of interest to ������.  ,,,^^Sffl^ y������ti fpljm^teed.  on WS^nesd-ty afternoon, at tho "The  -WiHow*^the home of Mr. and MrSn  Charles. JMroore, " when .' their -eld-Sal.  daugbWi"*   Hiti-f^a-^t^ V^*������^������niikev\w^  united in ronrri-i^e with Bonald Brad-  p_rfo*i������iO������-tJ^e^lr*etMOla-r' In the prea-  "Mici fi**J_3"S5l" &*-s9^_pB8jcdteS������c l'rIoi!**rdt-'"tUD_  rel.������^,**^*sn*%mmmys* &.&<������.  ������������������ Theschoolboard have lett^ejobof  repainting th& school to Mr.'Buab of  Craeton, vvhltet '"AT- ������_ * Penson has  been a warded the Job of reconstructing the outbuilding-"', both jobs to" be  done Wore tfee end ofAugust, M ,  I*fiJle XJmixipiiB, who is working |jn  Spokane, is holidaying in the Valley  at ppeseatj, bsk! Tot&B been ftlrfe guest pff  bio brother, Gerald, at the ranch tbifi  ,w_������els. w . \     ���������     ',,'.'  .    tHMND  j -t  -11  *v"t'*--'  Molds;, AUG.  ft -*-1  Heturn Bngagomenh Tby  Special Beqaeet  Attree Players  with a complete change in  Progmmme audi Ooatumea  -    t.ykm&J&Sg-    '-  They Dance   -  MMM |Mfe    ,-���������������... _        ���������  *       H     _W_t _lf_a"1M4V    _ufe  ^hi__^Ba__|j__i4__b_k_M_k Wa*l_M_l  Il livi    KtB B il^aJ/Mi" KiBarBai'3  - R. J. _uong la A visitor at Jlelson  this week attend ing the __.fcwo.tiay  3hrlDi-������r ceremocital in that city, *yad  j&lafo^(uirthe>pollt^iii������l e_oitemc*������t that  Is iii evidence there due to this weelt'a  bye^]eo|.Son.      (  ^JEfrea KS'ngcnsmlth waa a Vaineouv  er vit-.tor last weeU, being Krloktion'e  reprciH. ntati^o attthe big summer fair  tn that city.  At leitat an inch b* rain htthfftllV in ^'S^J!!!,  the Eclckeon district aiuco Tfamrs-lay  last a.nd iwlH pn% tbe bIbo ttntt color fn*  to all the apples as well au help alt ng  theputato -frjleld. With * ahowes'a nl-  moAt toVery day. tomato, shipping has  been held "ttp; v^'-'"1  .Kr5.c__:D:a _li,K alsr^A&y 'raSB^ -Uv^  mixetl car* of fruit and venotablea and  three more on the uldlng loading far  ���������hlpment beroire the w<s������k lo ttnt,  '"Ed. KllugMiumnthiai/t a ������c^ <Uy������-  ago for MoC"lH|-/ray> wherelie ii. ������iH-nd-  Ing u few weeks on millwright ytwr  ihear thab point. '  i    Mils Jan Hall la  taking  Mits Hob������  bright far Crestons 1024^alB fair being  thebig|^|an4rbes^4-i-e-R, In (addition  t^-nature favoring -tJte^9^i*s|^ln^^ihe  *prllBer)ist committee havepj-epnred the  most attractive lot of awards yetpre<'  sen teds*'and- with plana- ^rcsady under  way}- to provide two" afternoons -of  amusement on October 2nd and 8rd,  hpth In point of exhibltw_ and attend-  ahcerthe &Ur should assuredly be ttie  be������t eVer. .      "*  _TL"h^|������r;������e Het, which *wlll he avail-  able Ai, the end of. next wcekf shows a.  ^Cl^ed cr-lorgemcnt In tlie coo&lDg  neediework and canned-Boods'.depttrt-  mento/wh'lst the fruit class h~s aissp  been - overhauled and tfoniewhat en������������  larked yfl eompared with other j/������'tt������^i.  Perhapa tbe featuiel4>l!^"the cooking*  nutt canned goods Is the placing In this  -feiire list of collections, tho mostnot-^  able In the baking being prEees of  88.60 and 80.50 for displjiy -of u do-*e������  articles ot ettoking, whilsb lh the canning the same ' generous ' prixea arc  offeircd for a slightly InrRcr di&|i>layof  can bed fruits and* ve-ietabltia7and  and pickles. In both case*! competition is opon to either nut-let-ies or in  _rlni8^_5-altfni^^ the^eile^hlea ������_dl    Hrs.   Bstn^ardt   arid  sdBid^r^^~^^f??^.t1^ *J****>*  t^sfe*i-^^i -^  _������������-   ^_^t/M_������-Vk_T Glfniijiy ate spending the^we*4 _9������|*,,h "^^^ -fc���������--i-a  ^with her pareiiftss,  'Mr-,7and73f^'Clty  JSTne-tt. -. - * -      "      ,       -������*   a-'f -  Tls^- only coniEBodity that 1b moving;  at all heaviJy is -^Iea of ^fooi lensths,  *>nd over., Theie us a -Jfeefafc  demand   -  ti&tinm across t1-.������?EnE.' ������55agcSI"_l*. .'  eo moving-4n ra*hpr, r-������ger* quantity ^  jghap"y1^it������jiw������dtesgtagt^^ J  at-prairie-|j6lnts rausS-ag''%__itte-i^|^������->d  demand afe<*������-*r~line poinfs -for this'  class of "flxnberi] Partial ������nvp failure ~*  in Alberta^ will necessitate, carrjing  o*rer for Another "year^heavyatqcla-^^f  fssssr> ___���������������-*_������������ ~������~*^"'_>������ MrfS.a4t,- 'tu������___ _______  --������-"������-*- ���������������������������.������-������ B~������aa-w JBai-   n^aa^S^ Jawa-jt-^r an������aa .  fn the ya-rds"for the pa_ttuna?seaaansi.  *  "ILTtliersais-te generous lot ~at _*_Uway. ?  l^a^^_S^^^^:^g.'^i^^%^yg _������-^*-   -?^mler-^01iveRi  "^^-T -������ *_"ar^5ss_P"5^_5S"' "--���������j^.53���������sp-ifs^p "_i            __           _     $riees^i������1aat*se_BO_, *are avaiiahle the ->  W^^iari otb_r������ . ATI th&������_p-" thai o?*5 ^tt*1* *"5������*de, %t;a dbsait^tibn of"  Btaen won outright have beea re- U^-season-e li& prices is rather ^btabt-.  - Iislne'ea %y the origmfel donators^and &{f**h S**1!1****^ ^e5*e ������e_^-_������pn he at  J few new ti^vphjes have been added.    af*tLdJ"������������^'������*!������e oi the email  plaata  k -   >.*.-  *" ,c *'-. '"*-'*-  " ^..-r"  *-<;������������������    -*" ^fwili-ejsnaMe to-<������p-5ra*^"-^ tthe cosit  t*^a-"Sv-J3?"-"7 "     -_n#-������_Ml'h_a''-8a'E_,__fa^'-r_l4Maa^ *  t- -^c-xe- ���������,-h~j- a- -- *- ���������*"=���������   - -  ^--."*-wi'-_ ---?-"--������     ^"Eiv-J?  _. ^g^._^rSfe������T^~  *-_g-" ^_       --.-_ri  ~^  ^���������he-iteboql board is calling for ten-  dera bltjfcheYJanieorw work and wood  supply for,Canyon* tichrfwiVblds to be  ir. to -SeccetptT A;,D. Pochin  by the  _?3th of:August. - _ j:j ,������  ^"Elby'' BroweB; accompanied by'a."  couttih, Mr. McC-aughlin, of"WatrQua,  Sa^ak", are visiting with relatRveshere  atpresent. ~ Koy has it'0g;ured out  that the .fiMskatchc-van wheat- crop  will probably aiveruge ten- bushels to  the acre.  ���������" Geo^-Thompson of Lethbridge, '"Alberta, a member.of the Dally llernl-  Stafg1, ts"a visitor with'Mr.   and   Mit>.  |Tfl. tner tbta tn-e^eB:.. tvnd vcVW, be -vecom-  ^.nied home by his daughter."Jean,  ���������wbo bus spent the annimer at tb^ Pil-  Smaller   eollentlons    also   feature*  ���������a������������ta8w-Mfiw'^-aa������g*j'.','iiii.*|i****'.1 ' hu, m -vi.iwlr",-riwtCTftmi������i.,.i..'fiirn**>  ���������ti-kni  p  NO PAPER NEXT WEEK  d  guest of Mrs, Dodds. - - :<--.- r*r>^       ;  Dan McCk^naehy. ;-*"whb has. *heen  working at Slocktaiann������ ar-dvedWi-e  at.the end of the-week.  Col. *__iter is in  Kelson  tbis. weeki  lending a hand at the~bye--aleet?on In  that conatituency, with the* voting to  take place tomosTOwC _ -. _  v ���������-  -  The week's rain -was just -what waa"  ���������wanted: to bring on" the  spring-sown' u  clover, as well as  to-help- along the    *  eecnnd ctop of the same hay. JPotata������8  will also take on site, to-v*  JLister IVading St .Supply Company  ts busy this -week, storing; ������Jwmy n carload of the well-lcnown Qgilvie fiour  and. mill feeds* -   ,"  Mrs, Jack Johnbton -returned a few  days ago from. Vancouver,   to��������� which    *  city she *_vas ctdledl a   few  weeks  ago  owing to the-death  of her  husband.  Somethmg dSfifeiailt iVom the denVplaee tw planlsi- witah tha Chreaton  uaual brand of entertainment.  '���������* V .  THE Y'llU GOOD J    All wno iMvw  them Monday niffht nro ootniiUBr '  Again on fche*.26fch.   'Kuf nod.   '  Adults 76c.  Children 25c,  orchestra, Bho pc������til4l������d ot the piano  at the Grwnd on Batujrday night, and  ���������will appear with ttho  oi-chaetra at' a  <ift*-.*-ipat Kitchener on'OAtUfAtky night*  Olj^reent, of the Ornnbrook pupils  Inatlnn* were itmooesBtjil.  . Followintf the ulmal custom  hi all well regulated weekly:  newspaper offices tue Review  -Will tdkc it. ueual weelc off  next week, and-there wi||  fiIierdort.be no Biaauq of the  papt?r en-tiie Wain. ^ 'in*. oih������e,  however, witS bc.-o-pen fox^ tbe  tranjflcltdn at the nsunl line_ of  butinesB. and partie*-; whose  auhftcriptinns esre ' Btt-erreor*  will he mkde particularly welcome next week.  >, .-    **���������  will help out the spud crop and also  assure a third crop of alfalfa tc those  who have cut their set-solid crop early.  " Canyon Conaer-viktlyea are taking Interest In the bye-eli-ctlen In Uelsotv  thltt week. iund nrnme bete of & to 1 that-  Oliver will be defeatrd' are repbrted.-  1 Bert Hare haa Just dtspoeed of ten  acres -of his land ���������bciSdingft at CknyoVt-  to a Mr. Tbroon, a Novwel^lan who  came out u-bout a your ago,���������and haa  f-tnoo then resided in the ISTew Sweden  area. Mr>. Hare han still tern Jieree  left on whieh he 'will concentrate Inn-  ^irovement work ".in fntore.  The ra'ny weather of the pajrj. week, whose remkina.^were Interred In that  city.  MteweaBflleand Kitty ."UtUejohn of  Brickeon have been visitors here the  past week.* gneats of .Mlaa Frances  Malthous^  Mtik. and J-teaeiB Jetwie a������d Gladys  Brain of Cranbrook were weekend visitor* here at the C II. "Phillips tanch.  Hessra. EL laungaton. Alf. Bvans  andJtVJT. McKeoleft a few days ago  for .a look over Cmnbrook and Kiui-  "berley, where they will probably take  empXoyment.  Attheachnol meetn-g on-*tiatarday  night Andy Sinclair waa the unanl-  mo-uj choice as trustee to eucceed Jlrs.  Baker* who haa rdUgned. and the trua-  Greenwood la putting an aire in con-  neetlon with Ita auto traffic, the entm-  , .   i  ell having just d^^eatotnstallailent "*T 2,^ "*������TBuflf    * T  !,*?  polUnreS at one or two of the binW m^hie *������5. "��������� a hoUdi'-y ���������" <*��������� Ssh������l  corners. ' * I nt������ aa per One requeat of *_ord Byng������.  ������.|Kt  waa a-uttounced   the  government  Viiruou -owuc-iL Eaa*~ jut*I ������wuw������������ui _ l>y-  llkvsuthAt makoa It illegal to tack up  tkrtS.-a', pi^tipss tax na&secs eS -rtEy ecrl ssa  the t-rees and poles and pemt1 Inside the  town limits*  -    --  Some Kft-slo growera are getting I���������  wron$r \ylth Tuspect^r PletcheV doe to  ihe fuct that they-are ehlpplng jumble  *IM.    .   ������a.ta)      *4 1M>t.Vl  ' #->-*i������4Mlll������ m f_^a)       M)4*--a)-M M- W4W%'II������MM| '   4"^     {**.****������#*.#*'  Ka������* ���������**-������-*������     aj"("*H"**tai     W-tll '*-������ m^^^V *W������      .^   H*^^->       Wwj(^"|jr'������--.M^   ...^ W      a*,   aw*****,***  Instead of crtttUiM.  uch������HiLgr<).-it uUis year viaa mwiiy ^uUi  amiji wltl bt������ up. to tha parent* and  iQ'&Sa������i4ja'������ijU>H������-'*S������N>" *j**m.^������ ������omu MnwM.lu'a ol  gutting another #100 to flnanee the  echool tHe ensuing term.  The-tXl������I.P. Coal Company at PVrnl*  mined 'fl&m^^m.0t ��������� iso*! laat'year, -Wm[  \ mmm... mm w**4***<itmT+*Mrir\r* (Vi.WUl    t#kH������M    f\>9  '    ' ������������������ '-,���������'-��������� '.������������������.'��������� .   ��������������� " ������. i-  coke at theoveoa at Michel.....   , mm  Mil ____i  -nam.  T>T-i-*7ii ..ii.- *-tT~>-?.-'C"f|-*/~������--v������ r  x  TOHCG  IS FOUR TS^ES SCALED  7%eeuleruxtpp������r  GfwiltMndmoistmm  proofp������rdffl������f������?yrr.  77t*reiu������>r "Otd,  CAturruirtfiper  7k$ h*s-ju  \foil  X  f  tin /oil  i Th������ heavy  y manilla paper  ,������.,-  :>*'-  to bring you the full richness  and mellow sweetness of this���������'  ITS  9_ H-H  SS*  t������  'iiaii^  ^jf. . r-_ _���������.-..��������� r' r__ .  1 IdUUldClUltfU ujy  IMPERIALT05ACC0 CO. OF CANADA LIMITED  Northland. Trader Made  - Navigation Record  Steamer Arrive*! at Fort Resolutlon-on  ^ J urns Eighth     "^ "     ;'- -^  "This is thevearliest spring that the  north has ever--known scalar as"navi-  gation "in" the" Slave River "is concern-  eel,'" wf ites_ "A" - 3D. Sawle, secretary-  treasurer o������4he Northern. Trading Co..  to���������.the_h-jad. Office,, a������ the firm at Edmonton. * Mr.._Sawle is on Hla annual  visit to- the^-posts oC-- the cotapany  strung all along ' jibe north flowing  waters^ a^d" at-the''time the letter'was  mailed was "*1at Fort Smith, making,  preparations for the trip to the Arctic. -.       ���������   N .        ^  He says mat the xrt-es and gardens  are two weeks eariier than usual, and  the steamer Northland Trader made a  navigation record-in arriving at Fort  Hesolutioh-on June 8. - The vessel tool-  down ' freight* "and <������as sengers"rf for -the  Great Slave-Lake post, returning again  to Fort Smith* to take on her cargo and  ETaksengers "lor thg.-far north. _She  was to leave Fort Smith outward  bound on^June 20, and "was to-be preceded xseveral days by the company'sl  auxiliary schooner, which, it is expect-'  ed Will be-the firBt vessel to arrive at  the delta of the'Mackenzie River.    -  The motor-ves-el"Pioneer will make  a voyage to--Fort Korfu^tii witli cargo,'  on-4he return of the Northland Trader  to Fort Smith, at the' end of her first  Arctic voyag-"*.  EUGENE LEPAGE GIVES  "ao_w75i-i-^::w:^'Si7:-^  ������������������iiiiliiira  ds, as_ is;.___sa.. __ ^fte"-/.    *s������    ^^*? i*~-i^*.*,*~^ ���������     t^? ss. ��������� _*u_:__-^ c_>  Stomach Trouble Vanishes  a And Montreal Man Gains  14 Lbs. On FourBottles.  A Briglrter- More Hopeful Outlook  y  "Since I began taking this wonderful Tanlac I seem to be" getting younger every da-y*,. ' I have gained 14  pounds on. four bottles', and everybody  speaks about how well I look."  rpVi^k    *-_liAifa    a-ftaTAmck'nT-'iiroo    trm a /*!__      i-������_-i_ 1  _.���������~     ___.  w     _*���������*~_. w      ,,.~~ v. ,     "-     |.  eently, by _"Ugene Lenae**; proprietor  Prince of-Wales Hotel ..barber sho.*,  Montreal, Canada, one of the most exclusive tensoria! parlors* in**-this city.  Mr. Lepage further said:.-      *        -  "Stomach trouble had almost ^completely wrecked my health.      I was a"  a   ** *��������� 1 /  mere'shadow of my .former self and so  run-down and nervous " I thought I  would have to give up*my work.  "Tanlac soon had jne eating everything, sleeping like a'log at night and  feeling as fine as one could ask to feel.  My only regret as that I did not learn  about Tanlac long before I did."  Tanlac is for*sale *Sw' all=-good druggists. Accept no substitute. Over  40 million bottles sold.  Tanlac Vegetable pills  For Co_stipatTon.fc  Made    and -  Recommended    by  * Manufacturers of Tanlac '  the  Wireless For People  Of McKenzie  River  So much has been heard daiing the past two or three years about hard  times in Canada, with reports of unemployment, emigration to the United  States, etc., etc., that it is a welcome change to now read from week to week  of steadily improving conditions and to note the mure nop-eful tone prevailing.  It is undeniably true that during recent years times liave been exceedingly  trying and difficult for many people, and that heavy responsibilities have been  carried by business men generally during the prevailing period of depression.  But after all, the number who engaged in downright blue ruin talk was small,  albeit at limes rather noisy.  Thc'litlo has changed and is growing stronger, with -.he result -"hat thous������  anus who emigrated to the United States a*fe now coming back while the im-  mi ^1 a tion "of new people is incrta&ing. * Unemployment has lessened and  continues to grow smaller, and mercantile business, wholesale and retail,  fchows steady improvement. Having: "heard so much that was discouraging  and induclve of despondency in*"pas>*. months, let us record a few facts reveal -  iug the pr'-sunt betterment wiih all tlieir significariCe for continued progress..  The number of business failures in Canada "during the first three months  of this year was 785, compared with 1,032 during the same quarter of 1923,"and  liabilities were more .than one million dollars less.  Loadings of freight cars on Canada's railways-.durmg^ the first five months  of the year were nearly 100,000 greater than during the same months a year  ago, and railway earnings exceed those of a year ago by over three million  dollars. * - ,.  While building permits in the larger Eastern cities, notably Montreal, and  Toronto, show decreases, the reverse is tiue in, the West.      Westernr-permits 1  are more than ?2,000,000 greater than at ibis same period a year- ago.  Moro than 450,000,000 bushels of Canada's wheat crop of 1925 was merchantable as compared' with 389,000,000 bushels the. previous-year. Last  year-merchantable yield of oats was 535,000,000 busliels against .452,000,000  in 1922. t According to data given out at Winnipeg, the net value to farmers  of last year's wheat crop Jn the West-alone, between September 1 and April  30, is more than ? 14,000.000 greater than the value of the previous crop.. On  the other hand, crop conditions in.tlie United States are less favorable than.]  -for twelve years past, and wheat prices are on -an upward trend. It is confidently predicted*;-that, the United States will be obliged', to import larger-  quantities of Canadian wheat this year.  Despite the outers*" made by some manufacturers over the i-ecent tariff  changes, the industrial situation is likewise improving. '" The Ford Motor  Company ol* Canada is manufacturing 45.000'more cars this year-than in any  previous year. The Canadian General Electric Co. is erecting a $350,000  nrldltlon to its plant at Peterborough. Even shipbuilding firms are now  adding to their staffs.     " ' . .  A most significant statement was recently made by an  official of a big  Easter-*. nmtfUfacluring concern when he said that in any section of Canada  wa<-*re -.lie natural resources of the country arc being developed, business is exceptional ly good.     This b-ears out the contention made over and over again  ir_ this column that what the manufacturers of Canada'require' is not more  tariff protection, but more cnergetlcTactlon by themselves ��������� in developing for  m-. the great wealth of natural resources In Canada.      A little more fftlth in  themselves and in Canada, a little more courage and initiative, a willingness  to risk a little in development enterprises, instead  oE relying so largely on  spoon-fed assistance through i.h<j erection of-tariff walls to shut out compell-  l!on, would quic.'ly revolutionIjso the manufacturing Industrie^} of the Dominion, put new life into them, and through the developmorii of our resources  incr>a.';o frnp'oym'-nt, ami -real'--* new bit*-'In***-���������?��������� In all directions.  Many ln."'Uuu*e������< could^be^cited of improvement!-.) recorded In other departments of buiilne^i" activity, such, for example, aa "one tea ..distributing'"'firm  whose volume of business i"- ������*0 per cent, pfreater than a year ago; or another  firm ei-jriiged Ju the -,anie bu^Ine*..-) whose inci*oa*-e la 30 per cent.; oV ota-flrm  producing grape juice whoKe 1023 sales were -10 per cent, larger than in 1922  and whose business this year Im lnr������*eaHlnB over that of last year.  There ia no ground for pessimism In Canada, either eaBl: or week. In  .151*. Dominion we do not, as a rule, Jump from profound depression into fevor-  i:;h netjritr nt tli-*y ������'i-������*Tjin*-nily de in the T'nllerl S.hates. Ituslness in tills  country takes a slump more gradually an������E reeovin'."- in much tho same way.  The facts above recorded show that the "bright spots" are growing larger and  Increasing In number. The ".ualneHH recovery seems assured, and, if the poo-  pie nf fannda will retr'ln :* r-on.fident attitude and govern Ihemaelvefl accordingly, permanently better times' are ahead. t  QtilCKLY STOPPED  A negh-cted cold  is the open gateway  to Consumption.  To quickly stop a  cold, the best way i3  to clejj,r the air pas-  '-sages   of   the',   nose  and    throat-;     free  them of germs, and  -��������� Set the healing vapor  of       CATARBH-  OZONE do the rest.  s One      breath      of  C A T A RRHOZONE  brings    instant ^ relief.      Your suffering stops.      Hoarseness    is���������relieved,  throat7__and     hose   are   cleared,   in-  Erect  Men     Have*.   Gone    North    to  Government Plants  Lieutenant "H. A. "Young, of the Signal Corps, with five men, is enroute  for Fort Simpson and Hersclier-lsland,  where he will superintend tlie erection  of the Federal Government's wireless  plants at these points. Lieutenant  Galbraith has already gone north" and  will select the site for the. wireless  towers at Fort Simpson.  The officers and men  Pawning Is Popular ~-  Many London soefety women* habitually pawn their jewels and other  precious possessions -when they are  going on a t^lp. "Not wishing to leave  their valuables in "an empty, house,  they put them in a pawnshop, where  'they are assured of good care. ^  ^ .Makes  Food Taste Better  No matter how good your" fish  or  meat may be, whether a roast, a chop,  a  steak, -poultry  or  game.- ���������   Clark's  1 xomato Ketchup improves its taste.  ���������-1 -,-���������-������������������.. _������ -   "Let the Clark Kitchens help you."  a-.*.*. fV  ____*������.A        _taX   j  the north, supplies of all "kinds, having  gone down for them by tbe river service of tbe Alberta and Arctic Transportation.      The    equipment   includes  ramir^^nchi^tuber ^"healed, j ^rniture, stoves, groceries>nd every  all danger <?f Catarrh is prevented  Carry CATAitRHOZONE. Inhaler ih'  your purse, in your"-vest packet, and  us'e it when the, first* shiver or sneeze  comes. Complete^ou-t fit. One Dollar,  small sizt". 50c. A������"&H druggists* - Jtte-  fuse^ a-substitute. ~ -By mail from The  'Catarrhozone Co.,  Montreal."  "Croquet is a revival of the old .game  of Pall Mall, which gives its name to  the well known London street. ,  For Catarrh.���������It is one of the chiel  thing calculated as necessary to a year !     r-u'  "^^'V'*���������JLI"*0 Z'^rZt ������*���������<- ���������*"-��������� >  ���������7  _._ __   x_. j I recommendations of Dr. Thomas* Ec-  With Radio  in the fur country, and it Is expected  that sometime this winter the resJS-  dents of the Mackenzie River will be  connected daily with fche outside  world.  New German Invention Is Tested Out  In Berlin  /An invention th-'t may yet prove a  great competitor with radio "A_.s given a trial" in Munich by the Bavarian  postal authorities in' the presence of  representatives of newspapers, all of  whom declared the performance was  vers" successful. -!_ '  ���������,  The inventor is Br. Steidle,  whose  name has been ropeatedly^Tnentioned  in    connection    with very successful  telephonic improvements.    He attached microphone receivers   -to   all , the  music racks of tliivorchestra  at .the.  State  opera  noose, which weite tlte-rtfj  connected with thei'ordinary. ;t'cicpi\6ne  at central telephone bulce,wliere the  postal author!ties: arid, invited ���������journa.l-  ists were treated to ia perfofmance of  "Die Walkure" tliat far- surpassed'any-.  tiling rad^o could    offer,    eliminating  all  annoying noises  and  reproducing  each instrument with; surprjislug distinctness and inu'Jty of timbre;.    \he  ordinary telephone com muu lea tion was  not distnrb*-;d nt all Jjy,the operatic  Qerformancc, becauag,.iahy. call Hvould  automatically Interrupt the connection  with the opera '-house and restore **lt  as-soon as the conversation ceased.  Unless' worms' bes*expelled from the  system, no .child can be healthy.  -Mother Graves' Worm "Exterminatdr is  an excellent medicine to destroy  worms. /  lectrlc Oil that it~can be; used,"menially with as *������u������"h success as it can out  wardlj-. - Sufferers * from catarrh will  Sad that the Of- when used according  to directions will give prompt relief  Many sufferers from this ailment have  [ found relief in -the Oil and have seal  testimonials^.  The orange originally was a pear-  shaped -fruit about the size of s  cherry.      Its evolution is due to 120C  No  Hat'Factories In  Panama  *Hundreds of Panama tourists return  home  and   suddenly  realize/,that .although they traversed the country they  did not see a hat factory. ���������:, iThere are  two excellent jcoasons for this:   Panama hats are not made in Panama and  they are nowhere made in factories. .  ^The word Panama as applied tohatsr  is a trade*name arising from the fact  that "the city of Panama was the first  to establish itself a.3    a    distributing  centre for this head-gear. .-<.'  _ ���������������������������-, [.     >_^__:______���������__;-i -..  -. - ..-  Beauty may tbe only- skin deep but  it Is. nearly always effective. '���������'���������  years of cultivation'.  ^������!_?QI_*i__b_Hw_a^k-W  V:";'a���������'������������������",'-r"F.b r?.. .,,.. 1  Mb^eHEr&llitOlJSK^SS  ��������� :t>h;:'c6fl.sfl>ATI^  ;c:;-kidneys,: LIVER,/:-:,  Ar''A'.AjyQJ^l-S>AA'AAA l\  t  riTJiT riT>"PM f������BV Vf\J> -wniQ  jj  Wise and experienced mothers know  when their children, are troubled with*  worms and lose no time .In applying  Miller's Worm Powers, a nnosi effective vermifuge, "it is absolute in  clearing the eyatem of! worms and re-  storlng thoae healthy conditions without which there can bo no comfort  for the child, or hope of robust growth.  It is a moat trustworthy worm exterminator.  mZLrni*  Especially Prepared for Infants and Children of All Ages  Mothrtrl Fletcher's Caatorla has  been In une/for over 30 y<*ara a������ a  prcKHnnt, linrmloss substitute ..loir  Car-tor OH. Pnrei-nrle^ Teething I>ropa  ant������ t-atHniii.-j. iZyt'4*iiii. Cul".t2.!���������3 -**3  nnrcotlcM. Proven direct Ions aro on  ���������ach    package.        Physicians    every*  w1������eri> recommend St.      Tho Ulnd you  huvu alway-i. bouu;ut bears uiuntiluro ft  _l������*_?_r *mm  To End White PlaflCjo ;  Tuberculosis' will bo it neifliglblo  factor in America witlUn .tiwo/decades,  ������eeorf1In*������: to T*������r. T,LvInp*Hl:on Forrnnd,  president of the National Tubercu-  loala Ausoclintloua Remarkable ptfo-  Kreaa 3ma been mado in".flebtlni_r tlio-  disease, "ho toM an'��������� n*t.dt'en������o\at the  20th annual convention of the aa-  Hotlallon at Atlanta. Ga,.    '������������������   t  Mlnard'B    Liniment   for , Aches   und  Pj.!i-i5  You will see this sbicM-Bliape trade tnarlc  in hardware stores ever-rwherc. You wonit  see it on cheap, Inferior goods. It ������o6s  Only on household utensils of the hiffhest  quality,* yet selling: at "moderate prices*  because of the tremendous quantities sold  / i\  each year.  Choose cookinff nnd iinltlrtfif utensils thai  carry'this trade ���������������marlu^ Choose SMP  Enameled Ware, with Itm'cryliardi smooth  surlac*. , Ilcato 'faotcr; clcnno'caejcr/' imparts-no metallic flavor, causes no danger-  oub acid re-actions.   Auk for,       -    .  iliii mc  W.    N.    V.   '1531  Three fintslics: Pearl Wiwhi, two to-ita of  pearly-grey enbgiel ins-id- aud 0"t. Dliiihond  Ware, three' coatw, Ilglit bIiui<--aVa_ white- oul-  ..side, .white lining..' Crystal Ware, three  coats, pure white inside a������d out, with Royal  JBluc edging.    7'"-        '.'''*     .*������������������-,"  j^Shcet Metal Products co.������ueM,������S'  MONTREAU    TOROMTO     WJNMlPfiG  'CDMONTP'"*!    VANCOUVCR      CAt-GAWV  tm s  Import ant Placid Is Q.<  ccumea   ;  r_Leavy- -*\/  Producer Of Gold A.nd Silver  V* * - Th '  X^tanada  A  JT__.S  A  France's New President   ���������  /  ���������Sr  xv _ms ejau <jj. ___������>,^.ttu������iuu -iiau j-rw-  duced over 5512,000,000 in" gold. "*" The  prospect "of-rapid increase in the present    rate    of .production -is good, and  . there is "reason to "expect, that 'Canada  will soon" become^ the second'largest  "^old-producing'* country in the_ world,  says the Mines Branch "of "the Canadian Department of Min���������s. *        ���������="���������--'*  G_������A"d is found, in "every province, of  "^*-C*������"tiada   **-ith tbe -exception *of Prince  juu n'cu u  ISxaiiU)   auu,-iu  pGiui,   Oi.   Taiiic,  *next to'coal, isf the" most important  mineral wproduefc^of , the.- Dominion.  Present indications, indeed, point to  the possibility of the values fof Canada's gold output surpassing- even  tnat of her' coal -curls** ine- next few  -years'* - ���������������-  ������������������   The opening vj> of the Porcupine and  Kirkland *Lake gold .Camps- marked the  beginning of a nev era in- the history  of gold  mining in  Ontario,  which  is  ~now one of'theimpoTtant gold-producing countries of tbe world.      Though  the first productive operations at Porcupine    date   only   from 1909. and at  Kirklandt Lake.. f rom/1913, .these'two  camps had at the end "of. 1923 paid out  in dividends  over!-$34,000,005- "*   With  nearly every prouuclng mine increas-  "ing both'its provedrore reserves, and  its milling" capacity, and with a num'--  ber of new mine-** rapidly approaching  the productive- stage,,, the gold output  of Ontario,, which,- in'1923, amounted  to' $20,6dQ,00b,' should show a marked  ~ increase-within "the"_.ext few years. -  Canada's    total    gold production in  192^ was a .little, under $25,000,000,'-of  which about 90 per cent, was produced as" bullion.   ���������*" ~7   "     "'"   *"*  Silver   comes  second   only  to  gold  ������������������-..���������.,,-,    *W~   JJX^l-~4~    _\A_..~..~.a    A���������     A-U-s    Tv������  _*_u__     UK=   -lUtTLClIiJ    JIKJUULCU   iU     IUC   MJXJ-  *minion, in point of-* value of-annual  production, and among the silver-pro-  duoi_g countries of thc-vworld Canada  ranks third.       -     :   - ..   -       ._---.  Developments a$ Co_aIt have. made-  Ontario - not only the premier silver  mining province- of the'Dominlon, but-  also one1 of "tlrfe gr<lat sHver^p'roducing  countries of tn!e world. To the end  of 1922, this and other Northern Ontario silver canffcs have -contributed a  total of about"- 325,000,000'. ounces, or  nearly 11,143 tons of fine silver to the  world's stock. ��������� The_ maximum annual  production of -30,500-OGO ounces* was  reached in 1911.   ...  For many gears''the silver output of  Brtiish Columbia ranged between two  and four million ounces"' annually,  largely from silver-lead mines in the  KooTeiiays, but In 195*12' this was increased, tc over 7,0d0,000 ounces, due  principally to"tbe increased production  from the Premier mine Hear Stewart.  In Yukon' Territory rich silver-lead  ores -which are* now being shipped  from Keno Hill Ln the Mayo district,  give promise of a silver production ex-  joeeding*4n-value the present gold production of the territory; '  The greater part^of British Columbia's pro-luctiojri "Is Recovered as refined silver at the Trail Smelter and Refinery^      -_.-"    -; ���������  -7 '  In^Ontarlo^ much of the, ore, the silver content of; the highest grades of  which nrjiiy. ,-������rua *.;lnto thousands of  ounces pe.r.tqn} fs. tre*jted*���������at the mfnes  for the recovery, pf sijvsronly, the.ro-.  s malning ore and concentrates, together  "with the residues from the local reduction plants, 'which still..' contain  some sllvor us well as cobalt, nickel,  arsenic, ' etc., arc chipped either to  Bineltera and refineries in Southern  Ontario, at Thorold and Deloro, or exported for final treatment. ; The final  products derived from the Cobalt ores  include, In addition!-;-'to.silvpiy metallic  cobalt and cobalt compounds, including tboj alloy''.���������';.���������'���������stelUte;"' nickel and  , nickel compounds; white itrsenlo antl  Jinsofjtlcldes. ������ !"7."7;'  V To the end of 1923 Canada haa"produced over '1GO,000,000 ounces .-of silver.  The present rats of production is about  17,000,000 ounces; Of this about" 75  per cent. * is exported in the form > 6f  bullion and, has been marketed chiefly in-Great' Britain, the United s������ates,  Hongkong, jChina, .and Japan., in the  order mentioned. .    A -        *      "     " ������������������  The, enormous territory over which  metalliferous, ores have been found-  the comparatively receiit development  tb'e |-eco vei y*_������ uaexals, and ^tne abundance _������ hydroelectric powbr for elec-,  tro-metallurglcal .operations^ bid fair  to snow^a vast increase-irutbe production of these two important metals.  The Mines Department of Canada^- is  'iveenijf"i������.tei-^5teaji in tlie de-'-eio^ments  that are taking place in gold and .silver mining in-Canada, and looks- for  much progress" in this direction.  I.  . vAgricultural    Wealth-- Takes    Leading  Place IVa the^omtrtion  G ASTON DO UNI--ROUE  who* was recently ele'eted President of  the French Republic.    - **  Grievances of Long Standing  *x , .. ������>-.  Saskatoon   Paper  Recalls  lncident,_6f  RIel Rebellion .-y  Bearing the caption; "Cause for Revolt.." the following editorial appear^  In a. recent issue - of tbe Saskatogn  Star:      s     ���������       ".  _^-  "Commenti_^_pnl a,recent article in  tlie Star 'co/nmemorating the anniversary of the battle of Batoche, a correspondent writes to say that in view  of .western demands at the present  time it wodld not come" amiss to consider what the- rebels of 1885 stood  for, and what several of them-died for,  "When Louis Rlel-formed his provisional sovernm--*nt at St. Laurent  north of Saskatoon, that government  framed a Bill of Rights for Western  Canada, based  on certain grievances  "���������"Mr--"!        *It*       -tt!        Q        mQH_at������      ������Y\.r*      C-a01->1l-*-l^C-'        n/\MACkWt  *������������������.���������       av     4^      m*m       w,������ainv--j,        ���������***.       a_V_dAVUH7       ������*VA_������^W& A���������  that the^two chief -grievances of -those  days are still the Tying need of Western Canada iri 1924. " ~     *  "Kiel's government complained that  Western Canada-was being treated as  an appanage of the east; vtbat-tbe natural resources were being exploited  by the" east "and that' the east refused  the west access- to the' world's markets through the -lud&o-'s _"ay.    "     '--  "That,Was thirty years ago.       J- "  "Riel was hanged, r.ot because rhe  tried tg get justice for Western Can-,  ada, but because his impatience led  him into hasty and impolitic methods  ^of .demanding justice. "*    "  "The Israelites were in tbe wilderness for-forty years before they atoned for their sins. -  "There are a g.-eat many people in  Western Canada who would like to  see the term^_commuted by a couple  of years."-  Two Mennoniies Buy^  . Saskatchewan  Farm  D  Has Now. B  ecome  T  ^oxq.inion  x ne ^ontrqllxng Factor In  I lie  Wk^at Trade Of Xke V^orld  "<C  Wealth  Qf Canada:  *..* -laneingT bac"kwards it seems but a  .few" short-.' years since it became almost a national custom to speak and  thint-f, of tbe ^Dominion as "The Coun-  -a The national wealth. or'������anada>in i^������A?h~t^e 20th.*Century." That title  3921 was ?22,195,O0O,obo, ,a'ec;ording to.was* coined In the daj-s when Canada  a report issue j by the -Dominion Bur- ^? fmpvpns from a long period .of  eau of Statistics, which has conclud-'j ^%nS _rowth into an era of amazing  ed a survey of "tne.tangible, wealth, of .progress.,    ^Latterly it has lost some  Mew   Arrivals' Will   Commer.ce   Grain  Growing .and   Dairy   Operations  After but *ten months* *reridence in  'Canada two "-ftfennoiiite farmers have  pui.olitts.eu' two sections of farm-lands  eight miles east of Ardath, for $52,000.  The men are, taking immediate joint  possession of"th^ land, and will commence grain growing and dairy operation^. 1 The land - was" bought from  W. A. Stevens, of Bounty. r .  Abraham  J.  Warkentin   and   Hein-'  * -a*i���������, v  rich H. Penner came to Canada from  Russia, last August, and since that  time haVe been located in the' Wald-  heim district". _, Pinner had been professor in a Russian training school for  teachers, while his companion had  been a blacksmith.   ' - *   "~-  Through the agency of T. "Nickel." of  HarrlSp and his brother P. Nickel" of  Waldlieim. the two settlers entered  upon negotiations with Stevens, who  possessed clear title to tbe property."  It was particularly -desirable as it adjoins, the "W-fleojti farni, which was sold  some weeft^ago to a Mennonice syndicate for'^-fOjOOO.    -"Eab_ of the m/gn  the Dominion in tliat.yeai-'by .the inventory merhod. In "the tabulation,  agricultural wealth comes first with  $7,982,871,126, nearly thirty-six per  cent o_ the total and-about $3 OS per  head of populaiicn.    ' .'-.  Next to agricultural wealth * anifur-'  ban real property, Canada's investments in steam, railways and their  ���������equipment, is the highest factor^ being estimated at. $2,159,23 S.000, the  valuation of urban property, based, on  reports of municipal assessors/^being  $5,571,505,000.", The value of .forest  is placed at nearly two billions, the  manufactures-" at $1,972,000,000 <in-  cluding machinery, stocks on ���������hand,  etc.). ^nd --household     furnishings.  of its .novelty, some of its *first charm.  But it h-3-3 lost little,01 its varied appeal or frequency of use. Not only  has? it become deeply embedded in the  Canadian "vocabulary   but  it  survives  as much, more than a mere verbal ex-  _ t  pression or catch-phrase 101 the-'public speaker or writer.. In one form-or  ancther *-^t has beccm**- ^iw������q^<-  a_d parcel- of the mental attitude of  every'Canadian toward* his country.  'Pe^hafis by spme'it has been uttered  ,cfeietfy,;in a boastful spirit, to others  jft expresses .a_- optimistic but real  "liope, while to many it^is a. profound  belief based upon foresight as welfas  faith.  The first quarter of the centurv f-_  ,_.      ���������z^-.. v^  clothing,  automobiles, etc..  a  S1J 44.- {uow almost completed.     Has Canada's  000,000. (    The specie held by chartered banks and   estimated    for ^public  holdings was-$_02,000,'000r ~;  TEe "value  of Canada's  mines twas  estimated at $559,514,04)07'" k ^*"  Decrease  In  Wheat  Yield  Canada  Largest  "garia and ItalyT compared   with    last  tlie Production of __Ip and paper, com  Now --the    Second  Producer of Wheat  Information - "received from - the  headquarters of the International Institute, of Agiiculture in Rome, Italy,  is to the effect that there will be a  total decrease" o������ 14.3,000*000' bushels  of wheat this yeax* ia the crops ot ih4  United   States,   India,   Belgium,   Bui-  progress confirmed the title she has  assumed? .Or has its adoption been  an- Idle-boast~instead of' a fair-claim?  The answer'lies "in the progress made  by_ the Dominion during the last  twenty-five years, and at can scarcely  be denied that thus/ far the Dominion  has lived up to lier title.  During those years, says The Natural Resources Intelligence Service pi  the department-of the/jnterlor, Cana.  dians have seen their country becom-t  In fact, .as well as in promise, the controlling factor in the world's wheat  trade���������one of the - giants', of inter-"  national commerce. - " They*" have seeif  her advance" at aa astonishing rate in '  A feature of the United States June  crop report is the sensational decline  in the wheat _ reduction- pf "The Paci-  moditles of foremost  modern civilization.  importance Is  They have seen  her, with a relatively small population,  extend her manufacturing ^ activities  in countless drre'ctlons* Until    she   is  fie    Northwest.      In    the    States3-   of  .       , ,      , .. I Washington/* Oregon,   California,   the 1 ^^ today high among the indus-  has two sons and all wil lengage with   estimated produ<,tio_i of wheat Is 42,: j irial.nations-,cf the^orld.    They have  their "fathers-in ronning the farm. Alrjrt  ready^a'niunber of head of cattle have  been placed on the farm~with a"view  to * establishing" a  high - quality  dairy-  herd. ,      *'*__.  JTl ���������'_      .   T-    ,  -The land is sljtnated^ six miles -east,  and seven mlies jffuth of Harris.  W. A. Stevens, who sold it* Is one' pf  the old-tlpiers^ir the Bounty district,  coming tliere In 1905.  .J-  ASTHMA  Spread liniment on brown paper  and apply tothroat* also inhale.  f,.imani)>awaia������ii  ^aaaaamAi  " (The Coming of the Rani  A Message of Assurance That All Will  Be Well With the Farmer  With the" recent rains there must  come tor iis who live on the prairies  the full.meaning of-"the rain that replenished the ear,th.;; It .Js only "to  people .who h"i"������-e to contend with dry  seasons that, the full blessing of what  rain-, in due season means comes home  with its ,,reai intensity, cheering the  ,despondent and-putting new courage  in the heart '6f man who finds his  'sustenance Ii*. the fields of the earth.  With hope' buoyed the farmer can go  on his way rejoicing, with the^pros-  -pect that his work of laying the seed  in the soil will not be labor in vain.  To man aud beast" alike have come  beneficent showers, painting the landscape with a .fuller \ green, , affording  feed to the Htock on farin.Jand range  with the lush gr���������ss that follows in  their<wake. 7'LikeI'.musicj '.to.''lhe/e&v  comes the diipblnig of theTrain pa the  ���������sidewalk, to 'tho dwellers in th^) city j  they are the little spundii.^messages  of asaurancbjthai all will bo we|l with  th-^.farjricr, echoiiip- that bond tdf in-  l*"fe������it which-on'tbo',pr,aiiic.-3 miiot cycr  'remain botween city and rural dweller; for on the prosperity of tlie, agriculturists 'depbicids^tiie'prosperity of  the pralrlo town-: -; and cities���������Leth-  biidgc Herald,     * C    ���������,-���������  Lona May She Wave :  A Etudent brpiipht Ids rnotbc-r'jo.th*'*  university and was showing her about.  The dear old lady was anxious to make  lie* "boy think iliui, bbo uudumlood  everything.-    -      "-* '  "iSver there, mother," said th-j,son,  "aro our wonderful poU fields."  "Ah," ulKhod tho oil lady, '-.what is  thcro that Is nicer tbnn field a of wnv-  uiK poior"' >  Summer Advertising  Visitors Often Buy "More Than They  Do At Home  There are some.business firms that  make it their practice to let up somewhat on their advertising in summer.  Sometimes they m^y argue that a good  many of their townspeople are away.  But if that Is the case^.it ^f-s-also usually true that a good many visitors are  in the region at the time, and are  carefully looking over the newspapers*;  and making such purchases of things?  as they need. When people are away  on vacations, they havb considerable  time which they can put in shopping,  and often buy more than they do at  home.���������Kingston Whig.'   "*  000,000 .bushels Hgainst* 75,000,000 last  year,   ������*f_is   avould , indicate ..any opportunity for larger. Canadian shipments  to the Orient,   - * -.  Tbe present prospects are that Canada will again have a large surplus of.  Its "wheat crop for export this"* year.  The acreage sown to wheat in the Dominion this year is slightly less than  in 1923. Canada is now the largest  wheat export producing country in~the  TOorJUl and the second largest produc-  er*~of wheat. v The crop last year was  over ^474,000,000 bushals, the highest  on record.  s-^pn ner -engage tn iraue aoroaa, oota  .as a selling and as"^a.. buying country,  em a scale* such as-few^tmsiness men  wbuldCbaye Imagined* or dared to  prophesy twenty or. even fifteen years  ago.   - x��������� . .   ���������  Seeking Information  About Western Canada  Customs Act Amendment Proposed  Hon. Jacques Bureau, minister of  customs, proposes to ��������� bring down an  amendment to tho Customs Act, providing that in estimating damages by  breakage upon brittle goods, such aar  crockery and glass, allowance shall  only bo made for the Idas in excess of  fifteen per cent, of the '.whole'quantity'  damaged.  "������������������'> '���������'Many. Branch''Llriel'ji''���������''''���������''''���������''  The construction of approximately  five hundred jaiilea of branch lines in  Saskatchewan aiid .Alberta, will ba undertaken by the Canadian Pacific Roll-  way this year, It was announced at  Winnipeg by p. C.''Co*.b')tnltvn^'vlco^j-"rps-'.  id'ent. In'cliariic o'f wcatcrti ilne_,!'p,on-  stdernb'lo work; has already been carried on on some of tho7brnnoh lines.   ,  .'Tlio '3023 wheat crop'.. 0/ couutrios  north of tho equator has bo'bn estimated'" at 2,683,860,000 bushels7by  the United SUtti'H Dupiiiiment of Agriculture.       '     ���������'���������'.'       V  Quebec Daily Telegraph Asks Edmon-  , ton FortPubiicIty Literature   -*���������  "Requesting that any available Infor-  nfatlon or literature of a publicity nature regarding Edmonton be sent  tljem, the Quebec Daily Telegraph has  written to John Blue, secretary of the  Edmonton Board of Trade. "**   -.  A series oC newspaper articles on  his Impressions' of the Canadian  west wifl be published Bhortly by  the Hon. Frank Carrel, one of the  eastern^edltors who visited Edmonton  recently, It Is understood.  Both of these facts \vhleh would Indicate growing interest In ''the west,  are said to have their origin in the recent visit qE members of the Canadian  Daily Newspaper Association.  Invents Piano With Two Keyboards  .A piano with two keyboards, similarly pitched, allowed two persons to  play Jthn instrument simultaneously,  ^without' interference, Is the in* erven -  : tion of Dr.Moiiz Stoehr. professor of  Whatever [the "next -seventy-five  years may record, the first twenty-Jive  years have certainly not failed to confirm in large measure the ambition and  fait _~_and vision betokened by the; <  phrase, * "The-Country of tb,e*Twen-'  tieth Century."'    ;  Steers From Northern* Alberta  The Peace Hiyer district of Aibertj.  may shortly become a^ great feedint  ground for export' cattle.,  Large shipments of winter-fed cattle are now being forwarded from Ala  berta for the Eastern and British markets. Recently several shipment*  have * been made from Central and  Northern Alberta, Including fourteen  cars from near Grande Prairie, and six  cars'from aa far north as Pouce Coupe.  in the Peace "River district.  Taking No Chances  But we notice that even the girls  who are surest that bobbed hair Is  here to Btj<y,7iake."hoiite the leavings  and hide them away in the bureau  against the day when* they may want  a switch.  *���������"'.'  .4-a  H a d \$.\ Wea k. ;H ^a rt  Was Very N^rvbus  For Thr^e Years  Miss    Jessie    Peterson, TZealandla.  Sask.. .*-nrIteii:*--li-I'   wish,  to   let   yon  bacteriology at Mt. at. Vincent, New j kuow h0W ','n-uoh- good Al i I burn's Heart  York. The double keyboard consists. a**11 Nerve PIUs have done for mo,  bt two banks of keys shortened to fit Por nearly three years I was very.  In the space ordinarily occupied by {|ba.aiy run down, had a weak heart.  ono. Both keyboard-* operate the"*,-18"8-1 ,,Ta3 C,Q nervous that sometimes E  same hammers. Doctor Stoehr also������*������>"-M almost faint away.  Is tho inventor of a typewriter tbatl^1 h**** of many peoplo who Had ro-  fr������������u������������_rva ���������r.i MJ,������������������i_ C���������������cria --.,���������* ��������� \ <e*on������mendcd your Heart and Ncrvo  transpoaea ar-d records muBie nnd oLa | p\n*. ������*������ 1 <toH<_<>_ ���������-> civc- thcin a. trlnl.  piano keyboard with shortened black  keys  Gyro Conventions in tuanacla  .^.Canada Jinn been awarded the next  After 1 had used two boxes I found  ������hey had done mts good, and artcr having taken five boxes I was completely,  relieved. .,  I    cannot    rcommend    your    Pills  enough*   and    I would advise anyone  two ttnnual conventions of the Inter- ||,���������vlng a weak heart or troubled with  How somo people who are so widely | national Gyro Club.     /Vancouver w*l*tl' nervousness to ueo them."  different from ua. can be satisfied wlthJ bo the meeting place of the Gyros ne*t|     Milburn's H. & N. Pills are  60c *  tbomaelves Is past all human under-{year, white In 302I" the chub men wHi ������t������c*-_ nt all dealer*., or mailed direct on  ui'itwiin-- ������������������     ���������>        l������.nii,n������ in \������ti������.������.i��������������������������� 1 receipt  o������   price   ny.xne "1*.  ftiilburn  [BtMidlng. I gather In Winnipeg. 'Co.. Umlted������ Toronto.-Ont.  ^  y  ���������   *  Km K 1'  St.*  l-ci  ��������� !  6* ! -  I*   '  S-    i  i ,-<*'-  ���������t    I"  i ,fc  '.'4  *3  ���������5  tt,  ji  ������iJ  4  i*i  Kt:  Mi  ���������*���������-  i*j-  I  TaaEjBS   *L*_&_5ES111*_5  r  staff are none*, too generous forth������  results that have been obtained,'  with she ' amalgamationi_ viast  -monfcl-i -*rf* isii_������^*���������r__ata������vwj2:' T^es"**!-*.  and Standard-Sentinel; Cranbrook  is now ihe only town in_fche whole  BXTi"s������eVior that is "blessed" -with  two-weekly^papers. - At Kamloopa  the doubling np Tbame the��������� more  quickly due to the "' fact- that. the  Telegram issued three times aT week  and the ��������� Standard-Sentinel -twice  ^*eekly/apd the .town Just couldn't  stand it. Jtist how much longer  Cranbrook will grin and bear it is  something the _Heview is  not even  *t���������-  . i- -1.,������-  v Cracked Wheat and Whea^Jets;   Rolled Oats end'-    *  .~l\/ '    ZOtm^^fQ?3$TGS&S^ti^>~  FULL LINE OF FEED IN STOCK  : .-.   A":k ���������- *     _,-  -    -_-/   - ^������ :-.-���������--r-'--���������'*���������- ;    "-  Burns' Ideal Meat Scrap and Grushed Bone,  " Poultry Bone tnid - Digester, Tankagfe/ -  ST/SNDARI} FERTILIZER should fc^ applied to Straw-  ~ hefary Plants and worked in with the cultivation.   This v  ensures plenty <Sf plant food avasSabSe tor next, year's crop.  _#i������i_������V^r^t _wa     ������_^ *_.������*��������� ^������rf������**������      ^m. aL La������ili  gvau^   i/ajr     (ill-cao oil,    UUV  _    1*  __J_L "MCRI--LL  diet-rife" fesd- funsrs's, or sosn-*-other  form of removal amongst politicians  in that -town mi-rhfi, -helo someT -  The wheat*, crop in the Okanagn.fiJs  away below j_he avensge *bss y'?ar,'?se-  cording- to" the Greenwood I*edge.  Almost SOCfrchildren turned up for  the youngsters picnic given by the  Bike Lodge of Cranbrook one day last  week.   "   *���������  The livestock section of this year's  X"ranbrook .fair shbuld -be somewhat I  I better than usual, Cattle from Ja ffr������y  I _���������-������ AUM������- ������* -.-ll*- a-.  a���������������a������ja <ui*������.������jr*>. a ������** a? aia. via? IA,  cot-SHiii*-* to the Hm-teld*  FARM FOR SALE  Half section, good anised far_nE _������  miles north of Calgary, Alberta. !&  miles from town high school 3 trains  daily, will take a little property in the  Creston district as part payment. For  full particulars apply E. NOUGUIER,  Carstairs^AJte.. or to Mrs. Nouguier.  Canyon, u.xj. ~  CHAS. MOORE, C.������.  CfNCINECn-- ,ARCMirCCT  QURVEYOR  {Registered]  f*nrcTOM **_������������������������>    **  V:?! St 3*5 S %#"~i, *m.mm.  THE CRESTON REVIEW  A couple offTEnglish ladies visiting  at Sasio have kidded the Kootenaian  editor into believing; that only in some  parts".of " Switzerland is the scenic  "beauties of JECaslo excelled.  Issned evqry Friday at ���������reston. B.C  Subscription: 32.50 a year in advance,  $3.00 to U.S. points.  CF. Sates. Editor and Owner,  CRESTON. B.C.. FRIDAY, .AUG..22 J  \mmm  immm  PfKe-SM18T>ON8  Vacant.       ������_ur������tf8-r-������d_       curvacred.  Crown Saada may ba p-rvempted by  Brttlsb, subject* cvar IS years of act.  suant hy aliens on declaring^ tetrntto  SO     MMMaaa.     *Sa*-*t_Ha    waibjajiSMaV     Cuuffi-  -caaS   upon   realdenoa,    occ_pattcm������  and' _aapro*r������_ao_it   tor    as-*Eculta-*aI  SuUn'u, ac���������  A meiry-go-round that will carry  four-youngsters- and which the chil-  dren operate-themselves is h v<-ry popular bit of ��������� eqtnipinent -at the tourist  camp and town park at Hossland.  J. W. Cockle has been adwittd under date of July~18th that Kaslo Grav  ensteins on exhibit at; .tbe British Esu-  pire "Ssposition -ut- ^Vemliley kept jn  epiendiu shape up .?���������!!!. ������b~t d_te. Jon  atbans and even Wealthy are -etilt on  display and look fine.  ���������W.H-J. UH  F_n totonuatfon concswatng resn-  latriom Msazdlns pr#-������np*oo_������ Is  si-van tn Bulletin No. X. "Lead- Ssrfea,  "Hew to Vre-ampt l^anOT copies ������*  which can be obtaixtog tJreo c* chare*  by -addrua_-B* tha Dsputiaant cf  Lgari-fc ."iTkAoafto. B.-0, ������3V to any Gov-  Bacords wSU ba craxited eoverlns  only land aoltabto for a_-rlc-atural  ponoou. and -WhJCb Is not ttmb������r-  land, La^ ca-nr^as over 6,090 board  ent par acre waaat eg tha Coast Haaia^  and SjOOO foet par aero east of that  ���������rtaHbanTDi^j'  -������.^jak WH    agJfcJB.JSL ���������u*Faa.J>.   ^BBr  That -the teaching profession -5s  rapidly becoming away oyercispwd-  ed  is .strikingly evidenced  in this  locality "this .year.    Sirdar, Wynndel. Alice Siding,   Canyon,   l*ister  and-$-uscroft schools wilU^veAlie  sa__e teaehing stag's as last term*  This m She Srsfc time ever that, there  have been   *ssch   few  ehanges- is  teaohera    A year ago tHe situation  was almost reversed; neve  teachers  coming to all the schools mentioned  with the possible exception of Can  yon and Alice Siding.   But at that  the Review does not believe  that  the' abundauce of te&ob_r_  in any  wSj" justifies salary cuts to teachers  who show above average .ability.  The resources of the British HUn  pire are  the subject of-world dis  Announcement     has   just   been  oubbioii at present,  made that Col. Davies has resigned j    No. exhibit at ".-the-great Pair at  as chairman of   the   Land   Settle- Wembley is arousing more  telling  BRITISH COLUMBIA SOLE  SOURCEOFSOPPLY^OR  B������GV_!kifBB������  ������   - ^ .-   -  Province's Lumber Trade Within Empire iTrebled in  Eight Years  Appllcatlona tor pre-emptlona are  to ba add-reassA to tho "Land Com-  mlaatonar of tha Land Beoordlnar _M-  vUttom. ia which tho land Applied for  is -df-oatad. and are made on prlhtad  f������M|M_      mum*mm   n*   -������aa*Klaafc    -������**9    gi������   Q|$->  taine- fircnu ti^J^eZ CtrnmAmaUmwr.  P*ta-������*iiupt1ona must be o-jecptod for  and __awrovamenta nnada  ment Board. With Lister and  Merville on its hands it- might be a  good idea for the department of  agriculture to create a land development board and at least keep in  a. good state of cultivation and gen-  interest   than   British   Columbia's I"  forest industries'   display.    It   has I  been described hyp the British press  as the '"Finest-- advertisement Can  ada has ever~had." ' ***  Canada has rightly been   called  "The  Softwood Storehouse of the  ur. Mm ua umwerau-nrap soma. ,      _ __u _.     %���������    ��������� Bmpire."    British   Columbia  may  ���������v^^o������^o^ ���������^TinciuoinB    oral upkeep   the   improved   placeo|a9 oorreotiv be desoribedas its first,  and eamvatlnr at Saaat ftv������  a Crown Grant cart be  deft-lad ___onnatlon  Bnltotln    "Etow    to    Pre-empt  runoMAac  Appltoatkoui are raoal-r������d for jmr-  ctM-ni of vacant and tmreserved  Ctf^WfJii.: Saasfe. act fe-sfzrg, -tlaabgr-Msd.  tor a^plcnltaxai pnrpoesr; minimum  pvioe of Onrt>olaa0 (arabla) land la 96  per aan_��������� and - ���������eooff-td"ebMM ��������� fgfraaina)  isuctd. $&MQ per ocr������. B'urtSier Information ragardu-ir purchaat or Imum  of Crown lands Sa dven In BoB-JCfc  No. 10, "Land flsviM. ������������������PurohMo and  Xease of Crown iMxtAmJ*  MUX fa-3to-r*f, or Indttstrial sites on  timber land; not axcMdiai' 40 -mmm,  nuur ba pui-ebas������d or laaatd. ths ocn-  dlmns Including p_yment of  'st-4__������i������a������������.  MOM _dtTB   L.BA8CA  T^fmm\ Mall������aMffMM������M.J#ll*J*l     -*% *���������������*!"������ *** ���������������.,#*-#      *a>IWI������' alL.m.-** .*M * <B*������ *a**    a*lA  U ������a*-*-jt4a.i������.  VV^ ^^    ������������in������ >M������WH������^     4MinW>������-    W**-W*^1^||a*a������a>*a>iy-    ������_-W   "as homeaitea.  -v.-^. may ba Isa���������d  cendftto-al upon a dwsllln������ balna  avacfad in the first yaar, title betas  obtalnabl* aftsr rssldanos and fm-  ptwrionant oondltlaws   mrm   fulftllad  tflSH-fl   llfcifiil   llfltH.    _^#i^- #10P*Tr"'ttB*C^I*  Vktr erasing and   industrial    pur-  p-oiiMMl arcaua .not stwifta.fflfllt'H.  C-^9 fiwyfo.*  'cempauF.  08BAZIMO  Under the Gtaau-lmr .Act tha "py������-*v-  and t%N������ ranaa admlnlsiMMd ix&dsv a  Orasttur       Ocanmlsalonsr.      Annua)  araafnar patrmits a*M������-fsaoaWI based-an  ntunlMHW mB4k**% priority balna alv������n  to aitabllshaa ownara &tQ*tim*'i&&tiiUKti  may foim.  wmpwm aad  tBuv-allara. np  to  tm  bead.  aasoclatsotiia " sw   mmm  that have reverted back in both  these settlement areas; In its present shape Lister is a poor advertise  ment to the foremost fruit district  Creston Valley claims to be and,  incidentally, the amount of money  invested demands that Lister, at  any. rate, receive considerably more  practical attention.  Creston should congratulate itself on the return for another term's  work of Misses Wade, Viokers and  Laxton, and Principal Jones ot the  public school staff. Inspector's report and the progress mode by the,  pupils indicate that the ladies airo  considerably better than averago  ieaohera, whilst the skowiug at tlio  recent Entrance examinations ha������  ahown that for the few months ho  rrnvsht charfjts Mr. Janes has dbtte*  equally good work, and in addition  is a type of teooher-eiti-on that  CnewiUm alwaye welcomes. ���������Continued instruction under n competent  t-eaoher ensnrei advanoemeni* to a  roomful of aoiiolara tha.b isaltogeth*  ������r too liahtlv a-yte-tine'l. iw&n bv interested parent������, and taken all  round the sfs-larjea  pnld the pre������dnt  last and only sta"������--d of "big construD  tional timber. "' ^aaaa-.---.v^"., '��������� kZ  The. British ^Kiiipir$ ^-^^.i-rols  1,555,000.000 no--c8 of timberlaiids  or one fifth of thbrW|prld'sig^w  but of this about, one billion acres  are hardwood, v^hioh are less in demand than softwood in tbe proportion of two.to five...'-:;'.-..T;t-'7;      ' ;7;  Canada contains ,;ap:pro;^Bmat<>Iy  X of the softwood resouroeo of  the E in pire. Approxi mately h alf  of this huge stand is in British Columbia, but when it, oomea to the  bighest grades of blears nnd the  largoftt dimension timber the great  British Empire 1 lis completely do  pendent on the provii-00 of British  Columbia.'     *,..''���������'������������������**"!        V'' a"  In 1028 British Columbia exported 124,000,000 feet t6 other portioi|o  of the -Empire, -vsa' ..ngftipst;'; 83,00((},--  000 feet in 1016, -������n ihei-wase of over  375 por cent in eight years.  There is no portion of the British  Empire with tbe exception of Caii*  Rdft thiit ettn fttapply ite" own eoffc-  wond needs. In ter trade wi th the  sister Dominions will increase with  the market ox tension work now being carried on hy pur manufaotinr-  ers.  . It mjjnt be rem ember od thr-t trade  bogoto ' trade..,. |C*?o,i*y',',��������� ohipmoht.  abroad  of British Columbia  wood  |������������iuUuimi   k������<l������ JiaaaHiia3(4   M>_     k/|.������|M>a n.M������a������i.y  for expansion of our oommorce in  other direction 0.  SHAMROCK FQMK SAUSAGE  A   An economieal dish, easy to' serve.   '       y  *      *��������� S >��������� -t    "+?t-  ���������*��������� * ""��������� -*. * ���������* 1  Shamrock Brunei HAM* mXtACOJft and LARD  GLENDALE CREAMERY BUTTER J  Government graded, liighes^ quality.  FRESH and CURED FISH "  j-    aUvariaties.    ,   ^ __>   .-  Choicest BEEF. PORK, MUTTON, VEAL, LA&M  BLRNS' IDEAL \p6uLTRY FOOD   ���������  increases egg production an. produces better.poultry. - Buy the best.   *  -"     - -"v          ' .  7 -' .    s .  ���������B-_n___!--_--____H----!---a-n--^^  Mail it to the,Bank  ' r     ' " >      ''       '       ���������-!-        V' '*-   '  No matter how far distant yon nsssy fe������  ftroi_��������� tl_lo BasLc*. "������*ois cas& - ol ways ��������� s^isSsiSf ���������fe-*-  -posltafeyii-ail. Sums of money ������������ntt������-|������*i  fcy _���������**^tererf mnU witt Jt>e^  . aupcomit and .��������� inunediately ,;-acfcnof*>Igwlflitttf ���������;-.  ,  .-'i)br:;iiibrt-;;.lBiM^''itr^  .:",-������������������' :-.;-siJmWimS:~'msW  tmimmiZ'WS^  ������������������ ���������;:���������,..; ������r��������� ^ANA������i4;'r--.-. Z'AA~'{kkZA,kZ'pAkykA  W*^B!8^"fl*"&^il'���������**������!"r^y - iT&vt| jA -f*aT^'-*t|*ff - .^.- ���������  .    mw-m~A-������������... ���������. "*v-*J������^4������"3 * "l-������"l~   *I>JE!Ljc!UL^iV*7������r������������ ',,^'-1       .-,.'--*���������>/.  ,  ,fi'.'wi.AtaBJ-N, ,;���������     . .\'.-..,   Z������������������ >~ ;m..k ':..'ZZi:yZL9j$Zx^  at:  ���������mhrrm  *tir  miMm...  ���������'......  1 ������wry ���������    .'j, 'ap^'--?'--7':,.-w.,^;''.^.'.'>'-,������������������'���������'������������������������������������'���������'-���������:>���������  used 7 ai;^a!; '-��������� fcatii-���������,; liai'.  ^r!m  ty -dis*  Money carried in   if is easy te������s  spend on '������*MlM'7jor -..i^^vl^/.loil,  orstplenu.;7'7 -a-'Z-Za. \::������������������-.,-. ,w  - ������������������    ;.' ������������������ iti-'ui '.i';..-'. - r'-v:M*'-*-;:.'--r 1. ^;i,"i'���������*->������������������'<���������  Weddy deposits in our Savit_gs Panfc  imm        will Accuwiulata iraptdly- ^  ��������� ^   Smattor iattte *dcy������u**-tft ^-ty.tti^^  THE CAMAJM^  "OF. CQllIM^^ :  Capital Paid Vp:tn6m000J^^A--'A  Uestesv* IPtwd $ 20,000^)00  ..,.>  I  'Wrft,"*. I    J-atf**-*'- (.  J'!.#������.������^***������^M������^V*-W^"������  iiiwmi  t)tfj&)mwi������w>mmm^m������fm  mmmm* ._/^~"  -  .- - -fc.  -.-v -ir ^.-* -J ^  *,..  Y'<  '**iSrl  ���������,      ^_ ** ^r-  v *-  -JL__J_-  JHUS-fJUSTV  f  Local and Personal i3SS3t3__t**?r H?tel r**  :   F^sJs K_WTf-7-5^c^rbonsJcott-j^ei nice  location.   Apply F.H. Jackson. %J������- _  '\_~      - _^_"-v     -    *-' ^���������    * * -     -   -  ,    jcom- OALB-^-^rsfc-year jai_-;b School  books.    Apply Mrs. X A^JUdgatey  ~        I ~ - _    " a*" -" " "  Mrs, Miirrell left on Sunday for a  visit with friends ate Alberta points. --  Pianoforte, Organ ana   .  ~_ Singing Lessons ~r~-  ^--     - . ",        ,- 'ge_^fr; -  *- -"     -- -_  ^ARZHUJtfgOLLIS. Creston  ^ISuhber Stamps of every description*  W.7L Tr-scott* Creston,-  , 7        ,    ���������*'  Z~d   t\   m>���������ji___^.���������___ __-^ ������������_*_.;_���������������  ^--������������������   v.-a������mgvio ib la.-uuciji .  in Spokane this week, leavin&on.Tues*  day*"      -*���������" " >. ,,<��������� *~r  ��������� ���������r" _  Mrs* McCreath got~ back on Satuif  day froiB* u week's visit with friends  iir'Sipl-MaHu'' - 7"- "*" f"  Mrs. Islip of Naknsp arrived, a few  days ago   on   a  visit  with   Mrs;_. B.  Stephens. " <.__'--  *���������  *. - . v * . ���������  "Mr. and Mrs. 1$. iX,Gibbs and family are holidaying with Kaslo friends  this week.    ,     ~~ ~ ''r;      _ -   -~  ���������Pigs  Fob   Saub���������Pure-red   York  shire, six, weeks old{*"$&- .apiece. - R. J9  Long, Brick-on. "     _-  - Tg-immedi and -*-  Ready-to-Wear  7.  We have pieasdre in in-  forming the ladies that-we  will have on sale at the  store on*" ~~Ct-waybn Street/  next the Imperial Baals, a  B   ITAIHJ   ,*_-*waAWvl ���������+���������*������    B..W.*.  ^^G    _^������*.��������� -3 ���������_  .Trimmed' .and.-i Beady _to  I" "*kJE7i-annn      Tfafc      iari.   "*&������.������*  iait-  JL���������XAWKa  8SJ      VSBV3-   ���������*.*. m  styles and at yerj Personable orices* sm ~ FRIDAY  and-; ~&&TUI������DAY., Aug.  29th itnd 30th.  ��������� Jss.*b_ .������������, AW������ya������, xk. ^rrae������m ������rw^s*r������,  "Limited, staff; waa ather home in Nelson fox-tlie'w-aekendT "      ,.    *,  - W_jaT3*_a>-^Wil_-- buy reliable "farm  work horse-'weight not less than 3_0B,  J. Haadley, Creston..'  ������������������-������������������.������-.���������^-,   -*^___ ,_t -_ . ������_ -...  ������������...������-  jevaoajuai���������vucmvwv  uatr, >��������������� (jara.aT-a.aa  condition, new battery, -snap at $335.*  Enquire Bev lew Office* -- i- -  *-are?;alwa*^  er ppsnt4'*hSelE'_re only ?req^������-atad,by t"the club since its organi-satinn brought  tbose.in:que8fcc<ff ^deer, and therby "as- forth mafty expressions of appreciation  suring^io unusually heavy kUl of these'of the good work so unselfishly done  ttr|i-.3sduei<> the extended seasorui  ���������  lhe  forestry   department   will   be  asked^to^e^rciSe much", closer* super-;  ^j^*w,w^feea.jg_^^wfeea&y vSnts at������:i^  JmSs ^been , deKipjnstsnte-d .that- many  duck^ests.litiye been destroyed due toT  these fii*es being aJlowaid to snreadiisn  naScessaPiSyv^As akiit-ks are becooainjf  a d-Mided.nuieottce the government-is  beln^asked ^_������' put-a bounty ^ontfiens.  - -^e^eoumiittee   in   charge. Of  rice  pla������fcin*-/oM;the flats sloughs reported  'tha^rice^wtf. ^bout* a year ago isf do  inj������_fipe. ind' will^ undoubtedly,   en-  courage miorb-"pucks"to feed in   this  district.. i*l"he dub decided to keep tip  the good work and will this fall plant  .tut atJeast. 26 pounds more of the rice  "and-about 'tenUsounds of celer*=  A notice" boai-d  will be'put jup'at a  '������������������ -prominent place at the ferry on" which  -will be pof-ted the laws sovernlns* the  ttikp of.Ss^^-i^uha ^|asne sfegisiations  for each, season.   All club  members  jiuxu cOn  *a������iiu__���������-OvarS'K-.iiu.  lie  good-running order, price reasonable.  i������. R. Truscc-tt, Creston. ~  Mr, Irvine of Vancouver is a Cres-.  ton-visitor at present, the guest_of his  son-in-law, C������- B. Garlaiid. '..,  _j-      -  _Toii"Fiiispeet!oii  ;   is invited.  __������ ���������������*������������������ -m  "tt    "WB7        __���������������       w������������   _l_j-w������*sa-������������������^    -rrnDflt     VUPIUV-QO   WJO"  itor at   Kiaiberley  a  few  d^ys Jthis  -week^ learing^on -Monday.  The Presbyterian Sunday School  picnic is announced, for the afternoon  of Xjttbor Day, Monday, Sept. 1st.    ~-.-  .-___   fey him, and &- resolution giving es-  ptession to those sentiments coupled .���������  with the-regrefc felt by all sportsmen  at his removal from Creston,, will be  inscribed on the elo"b records. Walter  Hendy has consented to carry on the  Capt. Crompton's term.  WIC     MtX.lHm.KC     Ol  _������  SALE X6S2S  -><aO u������t������ nuufwiu a>iiia_ yeazrs auea.are_  ask(������d Ixr^rop^in^at Mawson Bi-os. store  ���������anVi square ������t>' for   1624.   as   the -club  insi.     viae    a .a^^������  and celeB-y*-������ed-w1th.^        _" * -  7 Th** prospective  removal' of  Capt.  -Cromptbn. Wh������.Wfts "been' "Itecretary of  v_  j-  ^acicsons  Sdiss MaryBarraclongh of Calgary,  Alta.3 is a Visitor here this week with  her mother and sister, Mrs.- T^*reve1������4ten43er^������rtC^  lyan.'" .    ��������� - " ,���������*.*."'"  -Ins.' Winch and family, who have  been tn Spokane .or "the psst month,  returned to Creston   at the end of ihg  week. __ *" .��������������� "-  TEHDEtaS  WANTED  - ��������� 7 *���������-     .     *--?'. ��������� j"   ��������� w. ���������    "   -  -   _���������e Canyon City School "Board will  S55ceive tenders for      ,������. **      "   ���������  ^            ���������*-                      J-*""                     j.                             -*^-  - _ __ ���������^- __ "^    "    '213' Eic_e o_,5woocU mixed "Fir-and  Tauiarac^.    - ���������  Janitor, j-srork for oneyear, commencing with Septembei term.  ^ JDigging of ^sts for'nutboases.  Tenders ranst.be in  by Wednesday,  August "^STtb^   1S124,    LoweHt   or   any  For  futfcher 735*t*iculHr������ apply ,A. * 0.  POCHIN. Secretary School. Board.  s  Ste-ki  THE NAME  him LMM  --"   ��������� i-  a strictly, independent _tunett',X|35  "f |. years of valuable factory jm*S other  -" jeseperience,  .%tas������ds jfor-* posifcevly7  .the best in the profession  ..  Timing and Repairing   -���������  ,"."'" mttMtiano*-"-" *    "-~  Bostes&y of Vpoz-pcse,'-end  Ctensci-  entiou8 Workmanship, and strobg-.  ly endorsed by the;best authority  in   Canada-���������piano    manufacturers  who are posttvely particular where"  they put their signature, as follows:  Heintzman & Co. \ ~ \ " -  . *  Morris & BTarn Co. of Ustowell,  Ltd. -   -       - -     ���������  "      ,    -  - Dominion Organ & Piano Co.  ���������G-ourlayv Winter*-; Lceming. ���������.  Oetavus Newcombe St.Co.,   Toronto. -   -* i  - ~ Fletcher tiroB., Jbtd.  Mason & Riscb, Ltd. _  H & F.Herr Piano Manufacturers  Prof. J. D." A. _*rlp*pt-'  Mr.- Perkins has been delayed  owing to the long illness and passing of his wife, but is now in Nelson and w'Sl be In Creston in September.        ���������'  Do yon carry jEnaon* Saffca  home in a smaE" paper bag  or a, pasteboard carfconT  Do  they  spill  out  every  t_tne they are used"?   X)o  they lose their ������ftr������.������gfci_ t  If you could see the neat, -  round cans with t*_n-t^s |n  rvhich we are selling- --tone-"  test Epsom Salts, yon  would not be satisfied to  buy them in the old, unsatisfactory way.  Puretest Epsom Stilts are  *?c**ve and non>inrHsti&g.  - They cannot Sobs -_-*_-**  strength. - _  Z~i*rie* '     ���������*���������?* 2Se "  Iiittfe4ilfiy9 LU.  Sealed tenders will be received by  the undersigned not later than noon  on the; ^7tti day of August. 1924. for  the purchase1 of "License- X65-5 near  __rickson; B.C., to cut 260,800 feet of  saw16������*s.    7  _N-ro--y<-ars will "be allowed for re-  ssovsl of ilinb^r.    ^.       - *> ���������  iroriiher particular-* of the District  Forester* Cranbrook, B.C.  form o^-ivor/oe  ^^l^i^'tl^iiilffi������^  3Skx>tenay X-asd -District���������District  of  - .\. W������sfc E������ctsuaSL*-  v. _*AfeB NCHCB that I,. Burpee  Hardihgr; Bentley,- of Crr-ston, B.C.;  occupation, -- lumberman; intend to '  apply for permission to purchase the  following described lands: Commencing at a post planted at the south-east  angle of Sublot 6 of Lot 4562, Croup 1,  .������W__n___    _.m..������K.a������.1w  _,1__~   ���������*._.    __.~_4.____  w������..w������*w    *-m*^.w.������.*a .j- . .w.^^.apjj     imaaa^     w������=o)a^a������j^  boundary of tft|e British Columbia  Southern Railway right of way for a  Istascc *o������ ������u chains &s_ro or less,  "thence due west- to the east bank of  rh?* Goat River, thence northerly along  said" east bank._of -the Goat River to  the intersection with .the- south boundary of Sublot 6,'thence due east along  the said south boundary of Sublot 6 for  o distance of 25 chains more or less to  the point,, of cosbmenccc_ent������. and containing; 265ftcres more-or-iess.  ' * .^UBPBBB HARDING BENTIaEY  D=t__ Jaly^AV, i������_������3 * Applicant.  Eiionel Moore, who has been  work  -ing fat   Silvertonr for  tbe " past - few  months, is home for a short holiday at  present*- ���������       ���������-    "~  ^- *^ _ ���������       *   ���������  ,,-MrOk, Grsnsk of __wn���������a  Aita.. was a  ViraSor^heVe for a.few days-this week;  with her' parent������, "Mr.   and- Mis. .A.  Comfort. - , :  ^"liBS ������"lsia J^viesmrrived from Pern-  ie:on^3unda*9**for a two weeks!" hsliday  with -her parents, *Mr. asaaS Mrs. Aib^b'  4-TDavies. , 5 _ _; .^.  - _ "MKB������-Bo*-e ������nd Mra. Jas. Cherri_|f-',  ton an-3 son, Jim, are viaitors with  "*    "* anc friends this week, leaving on  wmv niim prices A&������ titi^yr^T  -W "E;;������'SS  B       "9__i"^IPB~t        B    ���������_!!������ __-*%_*?      fi-SE^ts        S- = ^ssl__^|.s  *"j>-   vf J^  -  y.  and  Place "your osders now for  Am>le' "Ro-ce*. and Apple  Crates*        ������r  Oiir Boxes-atre all made of  Pirier no Hemlock ufjed.  Printing oa boxes done  in two colors.  Aayohc p!ac3_ig wfaF* for  Apple ISoxcs with xis can  >���������%,���������������������������*������ "'aafiHaaua. #���������������.  *J-|  hfM������a������ajMMNN  a. fflBBIIilBCfBal'  Wlmw Ml  m in In Q13 w m JH  m*r ,  M- ��������� "t .t-*1   ,V������li-f , ������W#^   , ������Ha������  *^Cpws*-"0-> Saub--Two cows, part  Jersey; one to freshen Oct.* 1st; other  freshened in May. Prices -right. Otto  Johnson^ Cjanyon.     ���������- ,      - ���������-      *" -*"**'  FOR Sai_e���������White Leghorn cockerels from imported pedigreed Tom Bat-*  xon284kto 816 egg strain, 92 each.  Mrs. W. V. Jackfaon. Creston.  ,. Alfred Nelson, manager of Creston  galley Produce Gompan^ left on Friday on a business visit to prairie  points as far east as Moosejaw, Sask.  Mrs. Munns and daughter of-Moose-  jaw, Sask., were Creston - visitprs -a  few days the latter part of the week,  guests of Mrs. Rose and Mrs. Watcher,   f "���������     ���������-"  A variety show that v.*ill please all  entertainment lovers is prot-ided by  the.Attree Players who are at the  Granrl.op Monday night. Adults 75c,  children ^Sc. ���������-    -  Five-pound pail of Lard for Ql  illustrates this exceptional values that  Ma-waon Bros, oifer for Saturday���������-  the etoBing day of' the big August-  clearance sale. '  Th������3 Gk-and has another big feature  fllm for Sjitinvday night, Aug. 28rdf-  when the always-favorite Jackie Cco<-  ganLWlH be seen in the speotacular  -ooplpdrams, ������4Long Live the King."..  Inhere is quite a. brisk August demand for autos, Lidgate Bros, reporting the sale of a Chevrolet touring-car  to Kormstn Joyce of Kitchener us well  as a Chevrolet roadster to Martin Nelson of Canyon.      .    -  A friend of ours' just in from Calgary tells us that, on more than one occasion he bought  H^pBilTles-in that "city retail st three .crates for i|2." -ton������ .of our Jfrnit is ever consigned. /-That  l_ n������ft-i4aftftn why we have been able to oav 2|2^50 and "*|2.60 nett for Raspberries.      ~Z^~ '^"  js one-  ^3>t--<~  -.'     ? ���������'  <--- -.^jt.  *'^"     -JTfie same sane selling policy-tKat we ^dppted-iii selliivir "KasyberrieS, prevails in all other  ,. iinea*^; ^_3iait is .why we can bo oonHdently assure youf. a higher nett return tban our opposition;  j--4-    is ^     .       .    s.^S*** "-'-.* ��������� --*^ .   ^ s. "*i   -    ^- -V ^  ���������-'"-..   TOT^fcoeSv Cucumbers, Plums, Corn, Cabbage are iiow*inovin^c a������d we want ������11 you have  to .market?   And we are still sliort on "Cnrrauta and Riper<jrooseberries, and CSooking Apples.  , ^  ������^*   -r  j^r-_  .    _^^W^.w-atit ail.our customej's to call and get *what "money is owing tWm.    Get yotir money  every day^if you wish it, but olease dou^t let it run longer than one weak.^ ;" "' '**" -*    *-  -���������-   - ' - \       *       -   - _. _ ,  Creston Valley Produce Company  .    "\ ALF. NELSON, Man_������s* -  ORESTON BRIGKSON  ___!  rrtrc-  I-iwM *������������������������ t.HM*W      'i g  '"*"*"*" ^"'""-'nfiT-i'irMiTi  Rod ancS Gun  Creston VaMey Hod flfld Gpia Club  h^|i^ dL ��������� 4uh_ J    . ^ 4b W**!      m  mt *  t_^^ v l������.      XilljajUv.^    t,v.w~*Uuj    -i-U      k-A*iuU^  nighty with a fair turnout of membora.  In  the abaenoe of  Frealdent Mallnn-f  dalne the chair waa taken by W. Hon-  dy������ ���������'���������'-.''.',"���������.7 ''-���������-.'7-.:''. '���������.������������������������������������ ' ���������  I ���������'���������Atn'ongst/tho tunny miatters- taken  'up w������*J';re������ohition:..thab-.-tho - Game  CoBnervation Board extern) d the season  'for Muo prnus<- only. to - -close at' the  MMit-������ Ume-'ttr-the deer' -icauou,^ vhouo  birds being usually foainiU at the hlgh-.  ���������--.���������'  We are Offering Very Special Values in'  recei-tl^-; received from Johnson Eros..*The Potteries/  Lancashire^'    these goods are exceptionally" smooth  and* fine* . Prices are as follows:  Cups and Saucers, per doz...��������� $2.00  8-inch Plates "    , .,,  2,20  7-iinoh Plates "  2.00  6-inoh Plates u _. 1.00  5-inch Plates, per doz:.  Cereal Dishes        "*  Coupe Soups  . .  8-in Soup Plates  *m  t.   $1.30    1.30   ;..... 2.00   _  2.25  I  Cream and Milk Jugs, ���������   ���������   ���������   ��������� 25c, to 8Sc.  F&Eicy Cream and Siifgars, pair ���������- ��������� ��������� ��������� 75c.  Fine Tumblers^ $1.00 per doz.  ' " '       ' .   ! ��������� *��������� '      ' '"'.       .'       ' ' '''    ���������"'���������'���������'   ' \   :   ���������  C^^k   Hk H a^^^W H ^n    i ^^^V |^^^i ^^^Bk ^M ��������� ^H' ^B"QM^ '^fflt   ^Mk, B *HL"^f  ApII 11' I*     | .il-- I|lnP|| Hi'If:  n������lM*������.a 0 mmm  ������I#!?W������^SW**^^  MaS'^'^-^'a^^ ���������tecbj bisviifiw,  obestoin,  jo������  K'  The ORANGE PEKOE QUALITY makes  finer tea and more of it .  NEV������R FIRE FIRST  -BY-  JAMES  FRENCH DORRANC3S  Co-A-uthor    of    "Get    Tour    Man."  "Glory Rides the Range,"   Etc.  (Serial   Rights   Arranged   Through  F.   D.   GoodchIld7 Publishers,  Toronto)  (Continued)     .,  To Seymour's thin lips came that  -whimsical smile which transformed  bis whole expression, despite--its  blanket of beatd. "To a student of,  expression, this would have, shown the  tenderness of a woman to be concealed beneath the life-hardened mask.  His grimness melted like snow, be-  . neath the caress of a Chinook wind;  yet "warning remained that this gentleness was not open to imposition'.'  "Right-o. Charlie/' lie promised.  "I've made mistakes in my day and  been thankful for'the chance to rectify them. You're nominated to bring  in whoever is named in the warrant  rafter the inquest.     'Let's go."  He put on" a pea-jacket, on the  sleeve of which the> stripes of his rank  stood out in deep yellow. On. a thatch  of towsled, brownish hair he settled  the fur cap proscribed in the regulations for winter wear.  outside they first attended, the disposal of the sled. "Without telling the  .post's native "hostler the grim nature  of their load, they saw. it placed in a  shed which had the temperature of a  morgue.  " "... Adjoining; tho police buildings on  the south <was7the establishment of  the Arctic. "Trading Company, Ltd.  This was a. low but substantially built  structure of timber and: ��������� stone, also  facing the frossen river. The "Moun-  ties" entered7*he storm jdpor wh,;ch  gave upon the factor's quarters, with  ally Karmack wore tweeds oyer his'  powerful. frame and a bright tie be-  'neath. the. collar of his flannel sbirt.  . [ Af that, he was a seasoned sour-dough  ] and a sharp trader, respected and  | feared by the natives.  j "what do you tnink's got into the  [ blood of th.-* breed all of a sudden ?"  1 he asked.  | "We've banded them too many  ! rifles, forgone thing," offered>Seymour  [ slowly.. ~"B_t,don't you worry, the  Mounted wilL gat the deluded creatures In handS* Will you come -with  us for a look at the O'Malley scene ?"'  Karmack reached for his furs.  "If .you don"t,"_he remarked, a -severe note in his voice, "you scarlet soldiers won't be any sa������et'���������t_an us traders. When I think of young O'Mal-  ley, one of the finest chaps I ever  knew,  struck down "here  at  a police  post "-  A  catch in bis voice stopped Mm?  Taking a battery lanternfrom a cupboard beside the doorway, he signified  he was' ready for the said inspection.  "La Marr led the way to tbe scene^  of the crime���������a stone hut half buried"  in the snow.      'At the door he broke  the R.C.M.P.' "seal which    he   "placed  there before setting out on his futile  pursuit *6f the suspect. .  "Nothing was disturbed, sir," i said,  tbe constable in a hushed voice."  "Everything fs as /Karmack and I  found it v/hen" we.came to investigate  ���������why O'Malley did not return to -the  store." ' __  They stepped outT'of the gathering  dusk into a, windo^vless room./ The  roof was so low as tojeause the'short-  est of them to stoop The trader  pushed the button on his lantern, and  raised it; "*-,-'  - -Across the "cave-like room, which  was bare of fuxnjture after the- Eskimo  fashion, Seymour stared. "There, in  a sitting 'posture on a sleeping bench,  was all that was mortal of the assist-  ba.o     SAJJ\JMJ.    l������^    ICbV/LVl   E>    quaiLCld,      'Villi   v  the intention of divorcing Harry Kar-       In llfe- O'Malley had been a band  mack, frdru  his7 book  and   pipe   long' *"*"* ~���������-+-- -��������������� ������- -��������� ���������^  ������������������  enough    to:  accompany    them to tbe  scene of the local crinie7  "Dear eyes, but It.-j gjad to see you  home again, Serg.,"*-- was: .the. trader's  greetings as ,hearose from; his -chair  beside an "airtight burner" and extended his hand for a hearty grip.  "Things have come- to a pretty pass  in the territories when the "Skims get  to biting the hands that are feeding  them,:' f"  Seymour met this comment -with a  grave mod. Like otheTs^of the Force  on Arctic detail, he was surprised si  what approached an epidemic of murderous violence--among their Eskimo  charges, in general a kindly and* docile  people.     ���������""���������      * ...������  A prepossessing individual was  Harry Karmack, not at-all the typical  trader. He was dark, from a strain  of French blood in his Canadian makeup, 'with /laughing eyes and a handsome mouth. ��������� As he seldom took the  winter trail, he shaved daily , "so as  not to Jet the howling North get the  ...better of me," as he liked to put it.  HIs"*s.mobth cheeks contrasted- sharply with the bearded ones of the officers, their r-.rowth cultivated for pro-?  tection on the snow patrols.      Gener-  as open-and-shut as it seemed. For  him j mystery stalked the crime,, one  that would itot be solved by the apr'  prehension of Avic, the Eskimo.  Silently, he completed his -immediate investigation of tbe crime. -Two  points stood - out, to confirm the suspicion bojn of. his intimate knowledge  ot the "Eskimo garroting methods.  Upon"the corpus delicti tbei"___:was absolutely* no mark - except the sinister  purple rim about the throat and a  blood spot-beneath the skin where .the  .Ijnot in the seal line had taken  strangle hold. In the hut there wag-  no sign of a struggle such ^s he, had  put'forth to save himself In the" igloo,  hot a dent in^the earthen floor or a  .skin rug out of -place. Yet, as he  well, knew, O'Malley was a powerful  youth and of fighting stock!  "Let's have the facts���������such as you  know." -The sergeant turned suddenly the Karmack. >  "Dear eyeg, T should say you shall  have them���������every one,"' returned the  trader eagerly.  Despite certain mannerisms and^bis  unusual���������for the outlands���������fastidiousness of dress, Karmack -was straight;  fofwarS-- and exceedingly matter of  fact.   ~ , . -  Word froi_> native sources, !t seemed, had reached the trading company's  store' several days before that Avic  was in' from his trap * line with fox  pelts "worth, a^ fortune," according to  Eskimo standards. He had borrowed  this "hut in which, -they now stood in  the outskirts of the town from a relative and. hiKL -sent the native for tbe  makings, "of-a,"party," or pottach. The  hunter .hiirtself had not appeared in  camp or'sent-'any direct" word to Kar-  nnnrfair +^j.������i������"T-i& Vf,rt fy.-v skins f-^r s**le.  He had no-"debit on the books of the  Afcciic company, so the reasonable  supposition or his aloofness was that  he meant to drive a hard bargain.  Skilled in barter with the natives,  Karmack said he had countered by  betraying no interest In the arrival  pf the. aloof hunter. He ha_ felt confident that, given time, Avic would  run short of funds for entertaining and  marketjhls catch at a reasonable figure. Jtsut, at length, had come disturbing rumors over bis native "grapevine." Avici had heard, the rumor  went, that the Moravian Mission has  established a new trade store at Wolf  "Lake, near the* big river���������the mighty  Mackenzie. _ -.He was excited by tales  of high prices there and was planning  to migrate to that market with his,.  prizes.  "It was .then," continued Karmack.,  "that I told O'Malley to mush over to  see this "bird and talk him into a goo"_  humor. The ycung chap had developed a knack at sign-language barter,  although he l^aew"little Eslrimo; I was  busy on a .bale of- furs at tbe store.  He was just to persuade Avic to .come  some youth of .pronounced Irish type.  Sudden death had wrought so} few  changes that  the  sergeant had  diffi-  other than a sleeping fellow human.) ^factory agreement as to price for  whatever the 'Skim's -traps had ,yiel&-  '-foiSl^jid^rlM.to'Iasfe  THbe Blended esse*_ce  of choice good things  grown hx the tropic  sunsHne of far-away  isuacte----  doea- Cola ! -ip of  course!���������sealed in. a  sterilized _3ass Dack������-  ������-*���������     -^ -��������� -  af* ***irv*'^->#*>*'e  5.  &*jp.^u c-fo..w-a.Q  its goodness and  purity,  ������JL-^J_TJ.Xl.Jn_i  Delicious and Refresl_iii^;  The Coca-Cola Company of Canada, I_t������B*V  Head Offices Toronto   -~  C4BS  a dankness, as df a tomb, served to   S?r  .convince him,  The victim's head rested against the  back wal l_of the hut; his crossed feet  upon a deerskin floor covering. Clutched in one hand was a black fox! pelt.  Upon the sleeping bench beside him  lay one of silver. Both looked to be  unusually fine skins. Presumably,  some dispute over the price of the  prizes was tbe motive of the crime.  Karmack stepped closer.with the  light; indicat-ed by gesture a knotted  line of seal skin around* tbe -victim's  throat, the end dangling down over  his parkee.  "The Eskimo way!" mutttered the  trader brokenly.      -,  The shudder that passed through  Seymour's wiry frame was not observed by. the companions of the inspection. No more was it caused by  the untimely fate of Oliver O'Malley.  LIFE WAS A  J5ll5������i__ii_     I |Jl.''Bjfj_������B  Says this Woman Until Relieved by Lydia E. Pinkham's  Vegetable Compound.  Owen Sound, Ont.���������-"I suffered for  ten .years with female organic trouble,  Tneuralgia and m digest ion,,  and  waa  weak and bad such  CHAP TER.III.  Complication Astoundiing  As   to   the   silken   kerchief.to the  Latin garroter, so is the/Ugiuk-lme to  the Eskimo bent   upon    strangulation.  Strong reason had Sergeant'-Seymour  of the Mounted to realize the possl--  bilitles in till* clutch of the stout cord  made from the skin of a bearded seal,  Although he had made no: mention  of the fact In    Karmack's    quarters,  when the trader pronounced warning  ! that    the    out-of-hand Eskimos soon  would be clutchJpg for the throats oI'  the   wearers   of  the   Bcarlet,   already,  had they clutched at his.      Tho vivid  memory    of   his ��������� narrow'escape had  brought,   hi*-   Involuntary   shudder   at  sight    of    1ne-   sinister  drape  aibout  O'Malley's throat, 7  On the fa rth>.R'.-North night of ..-his  Peculiar Effects Of  Oxygen Starvation  Impossible    For   Sufferer   to   Act   in  Ratlonal "Manner      :   ;  Oxygen    starvation    produces some  extraordinary effects on men* ascending, high mountains. .   Professor jSar-  croft at- the "Royal Institution recently^  told his hearers,that d"a.ring*one"of-"his  ���������    j        -       3 V. ! 1aHt palm., hr* hnd''"ilect'-cl  lo aleep- In  had   pains  I   coukci ��������� a   deserted   Igloo on   the' 'skirts   ol7st  hardly w_lk or ntand  up at times. When  I would sw e e p I  would have to go and  lie down. I could  not sleep at night,  and would wander  around the'house  ���������half the time. I tried  everything butnoth-  ...._���������_  _ rme any goo*!, **n*I tlio Inni doctor I had told mo ho never expected  me to be on my feet again or ablo to do  n day's work. One day ono of your  little books wafi left nt my door nria my  husband -.nid I should try a bottlo of  Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Oom-  porni-l. IthankGodTcTI<l,:forit relieved  me, and I am now well nnd' etronc-. I  think there fa no remedy like the Vefjc-* ���������  ������������������nbl** r"'-*w-r-p',)-,3n'! f***r nr\yo-**** rrrhn h*������*- rry  troubles, and havo recommended it to  my neighbors. You can publish my letter  for the benefit of .hone I can't reach. '  ���������Mrs. Hknry A. Mitcheix, 1707 *ftb  Ave., JCtxnt, Ow������n ,9oundr Ont.  If you have any symptom aboutwlilch  Jrou would like tol<now write Co Lhe Lydia  i. Jf'Inkham Medicine Co..Lynn, Man--.,  tat helpful advice .^iveii ik&u of chary;*!}.  village rather than suffer tbe stifle of  an occupied one; ' Atier mid night he  had awakencrl from a atrnngllng- aei^-  .'���������allon to find lilmwor" tn the bonds of  two stalwart asHailantB. The knot  of a similar seal-hide line wii. Ki'lp-  pln-? his ihrnnt. Iff* hart thrown off  the pair only by nn o.for. po aupremh  oh to leave* blm too weak to Hollow  them throu������li tlm Hrwow Innnel Intn ehn  Biorm, I-mlmljIy he never would  know I heir ���������idenlii.y or bo nlilo more  than to gu������:������H at their-motive aa onu  of fancied n-ivenge.  Seymour'flirt not Hpflflk of thlf. now  as tiiey nloorl ip, lh<* hut, of ifn&uiiy,  N'o more did! he n lent Ion the ncvv'ti Hint  slowly was .Hipping tljr:ougli the.North  tUnt CTm-portf"*! Ym:tU, Thre'*������ Hirer ������le-  tt4t-hm*>nr t>r Min Rovpil Mounfir-'dl, wnd  Factor Jlenrter ot the Kudaon'd liny  c:r.rr-i-any pe-Hl h'irl htwn Hlnln jn n  brutal -in.l :lr������-a<-heroiiB manner. To  spread alarm w������i< no giarl of bit, pulley. Bur. n-v.-r h|. tlm post *wji.h the  [.'Khik-ilne ||i-at hail b������������n used (ma him  and In bit* inlnrt wan a vivlrt Irtcn riff Uh  l������ri-elle<'- In Knhlmo hands.  From thti������e~���������lhe fearnfirue nouvf-nir  nnd   the   mi-dderlnnr   rnenmry- be   mu������-  ^a.-.i.'-i-it    i.lli. I   Ua������J   fj .Mttaaa'J    Ml Mi   W.llh   Jjul  ed.  "By gar, sir, two "hours passed and  Oliver did not come back; nor was  there any sign of the hunter. The  mission shouldn't have taken him half'  'an .hour, for all in the name of reason  that the native could have wanted was  for us to come to him with an invitation. I began to get anxious an_  started out to s-e what was what. Meeting La Marr out front, I-asked, him to  come along v'lth me, still with no apprehension. 4 We found what you  yourself have seen���������exactly that and  nothing more."  He "paused for a moment with his  emotion'*- then: "Holy smoke, man, If  I had known what would eventuate, I'd  never liave sent hEni but gone myself.  They're afraid of me, these confounded huskies, *a^d.Td''grp-jy;n: to loye that.  boy as a br'otbert-"'>-:;���������".��������� ; !'77'���������"'"���������''��������� ���������'��������� '������������������-"'���������:-'���������. '.',-!������������������  - "What do you know about O'MalJey,  Karmack���������-how he came into the territories'���������what he'd done "to the provinces���������all that sortfof th"-g?'' 7, Sey-'  mour asked the"��������� disjointed question  .seemingly satisfied, with the other's  preliminary statement.*-'���������'     . AA'':  The   trader   was   silent a moment,  thinking. '��������� 7- ���������  . ..'777 '���������''���������'������������������' ',."���������'  "Not a great deal, cotne to think of  it," he said, beEbrMbls hesitation had  become "pronounced.; -*'A tight-  mouth ed lad, Oliver,; -vvbeS It came to  his own a-ffairs," X-Ie halls Er'om Ottawa, and was.seht out by the president of the .Arctic Tradfo'B Cojmpany..  Brought a tettei from the big chief  telliag me to n^ake a ti'o,d-*r out of  .him. If possible, Evidently'his- people have money, or-.Is-fluone*'. ;Per-  haps there'R some --.'-:i. oil tics. la it. I,  don't really know, old '"bean "  "Hadn't beer, in any'jam down below, had her'    .*,    "  "Oh, rather not���������not that,sort .at all.  Tvfay have seen a Wt of Monlref*l or  <Iuebec anil perhaps bad crossed tho  home bridge at Hull, where It's a'trifle  damp, you know, but nothing serious,*  I'm   certain.       The���������' big   chief  never  Why" SUo������lins Stars ^  Escape Striking Eartl  1       .     1  Materia!  !s Consumed "By Generation  Of Intense Heat     ������������������**  When we  see-.tbe great bombardment -of   shooting -stars   which   dart  across the heavens,at times!, we won--  der "tb.at-m.ore of���������tb.6se cefestial mis-"  ^. -     ��������� - . .1 silefr do not strike the *-artfc., - These  ascents, after a height of 1WI00 feet   flying     -particles   ' after      travelling  -ha,- ���������*,__��������� -_������������i,���������,i   -u~ -^-^^ pj through, space finally come within the  earth's* field of 'attraction whereupon  had been reached, be noticed one of  the party behaving wildly.  At another altitude a highly respectable one Indulged in*'lurid' language and there was the-case on record of a man suffering from oxj'gen  starvation who, bad written down his-  sensations/ and as the starvation became acute started_efting his spelling  fuddled. ^ '  It was characteristic of this starvation that, though tbe victim would  know what to do, as . foi* instance  that by moving 20 yards be would get  out of danger, he would not do so unless definitely instructed by someone  else.'' "    -  -would havo sent me n. blighter."  She Might Make It  'A stout woman .asked a little boy^  "Can you tell me if I.^can get through  this gate to the ���������-park?"  Boy: "I guess so; a load oE hay just  went through."  they are drawn."toward us.. .The great  speed Js^ materially.:slackened up the  minute the missile - enters the* atmosphere which offera resistance and" this  -������*���������_*���������_ Afjf_ i__c_      ci      T*i___i_i -_- ������������-������-������T-������-l #-.T-_ ���������eml-t- t*nn T^X^T  ^m*J.\*A K**-Vrf*>       t<4r       iUV������4V rr aVI^V-M      ,     %**. UMMMJISaTl tOl^  consumes . the wanderer before .It  touches tbe crust of t_e earth. This  Is. the Jfate of most of the asteroids,  but occasionally one represents so  much material that It survives to  reach the earth and Is buried as It  strikes.  Fair Visitor-(to convict).���������"I suppose, sir, that tbe singing of the birds  relieves the������monotony of your dreary  life?" *'">,-���������'        ',,   * .  Convict (profoundly nonplussed)).���������  "Tbe singing of the birds, miss?"  f\ Fair  Visitor.���������"Yes,  sir;   the  little  Jail birds, j-ou know.     They must be  Buph. a fcomfort to you"  take mustard with l"fir. *������    to as3$mi-  Zd aids ^^^^a^?|i������hlfeto:  lotc the meats. It -t������������ ������--j-^ _���������-������.v  acquire- '. MU it freshly t^-^ry  z*^^**  IHE ElCQNOMV S'JV  (Aisom Packages 15+&20t)  t-'i-'f-^W'^ -*������>*--  '���������I     ������.  V "-a  5ajp  ������*--  *9 _A  BS  . ���������,. I.*  ).-?*"  THE    T>ETTrE,^r ^**hT?Tr������-T-rixr     *iV    n  J- JJ.JU        j_a/_i_,  r .������ u a a  a -^^j-������j������_i!^i __. -^,_La .        J_?. v>������  British Columbia's stone fruit crop  this year wilE be only- -bout half of  last year's" crop, according to estimates. is<-m������������rl T-vv +t��������������� /)_��������� ������T.������-rr������������_��������� +��������� ���������_f oc-_  rlcultufe. - _ " *"-       * ,.  Frederick Wh'elen, "touring Canada  on behalf of the League of Nations,  addressed some 3,0.0(f people at an open  air meeting in Stanley Park, "Vancouver. " . #*"'-'  Sadl" "Lecointe. flyings ^it Isleres,  France, established a new world's flying record for 500 kilometres  <about"  . --     *.T a. -^-I -������ -���������  is your guarantee of  quality. They have beep.  the recognize-3>staiuIard  for over 50 years- _.-  '    1  ���������y  ��������� N.  v :   -* - * "     ' .  -^' Z^~T * *x.      - - **" /  have only tKissecret  500  -r A^,^__.A^fM  ~L.*".ujt_Aa.c; ~  arcao      a  \  Yoit, too, may, employ it to keep the  radiance and bloom of youthful skin  '/m&mmwjek-ttWMmw&x*.  hour, 37 minutes, 49'seeqnds.  Romania at tbe present time owes"  Canada $23,969,720; Greece owes Canada $8,174,274, Hon. J. A. "Robb, acting  j minister    of-finance,    informed    the  House-' recently.       *      "**  GeneraXjam.es Barry Hertzog, leader of the Nationalist paTty, which-was  vlctpi-iousjii the recent Federal elections, bas accepted tlie premiership of  South. Africa, -succeeding General Jan  Smuts. : -  Thousands of railway workers were  -treated tothe "spectacle of-.the King of  England running his own train at  Sw3_don recently, and while the King;  was playing engineer, the Queen was  on duty as lookout. _ _  Caught between the steamer Midland Prince and tbe dock as she was  lashed to her moorings at "*C" elevator, at" the C.P.B7 elevators. Fort WI1-  o������  *-t^_������      *-%%  youth/still"- theirs,    millions  'clever wonjfin are admired���������a-i'd,  enviedi���������today.  Yet they have no,difficult, bidden secret���������-no greatjgift.  " 0n!y*-th!s" simple method���������  which ^is for you, too. To give  you. as well, the^chaj-m ypu envy  in them..   -*-r "  For one week do this       *~  Cleanse the skin regularly, au-  Oldest Holder Of ^  "-^       " Victoria CroSS-  liam.  Michael   Facbok,  was crushed to dc&'i'h.  11   years   old.  i  Sir   Dlghtort .Probyn   Vvon   Deco rat toft  During Indian Mutiny  Sir Dighton Probyn, friend -and..personal friend oE Queen Alexandra, who  held the 'distinction, of beLng^tbe oldest holder of thq Victoria Cross, died  June 20/at the age of _1. /  Sir Dighten won the V.C. during  the Indian Mutiny and entered tbe  'service pf the royal family tn- 1872,  when be became equerry to King. Edward, then, Prince of "Wales. On*-King  Edward's ascension^  to the throne he  Sour Stomach Risings .  Subdued by "Neryflisie  A Few Drops Bring Relief  Volume nnd  efficients;^  prodttce'jSc  quality for  10C  .plexkm lovely, radiant, youthful.  But beware of harsh cleansing-  methods. "They injure skin.  "Wash tho roughly with.  Palmolive Soap���������each night before retiring, .kud the**-creamy,  foamy lather well into tbe tiny-  pores. Rinse ���������.and -repeat the  washing-. Then rinse again.  Thcn-^-ii skin, is dry���������apply -  little   col_* cream. - That   is   alL  *,Skin so cared for is hot injured  by cosmeticSj  by -wind  '"and sun, or by dirt.  The simple, correct may   -  You. cantsbT'find a more effective beauty treatment. Because  Palmolive Soap "is- blended of  rare palm*, and olive oils���������famous  .for. mild'-bat thorough cleansing  qualities i since the days o������ Cleopatra.    jrviM*. -t" IS lucjCpciaslVe,  SO  that tlCousa.nds" now use  Palmolive for the bath.,     -  Make'sure that-you firet  Palmolive���������-which is never"*sold  unwrapped. All dealers have It.  Get it, arid try for one week this  simplest of ail' treatments. ~% Se&  how delightfully'and how quickly  it benefits your_ skin. -*.    ,  \  THE PALMOLIVE COMPANY OF CANADA,  Winnipeg  jl.iau.jl__-  Towme������  Montreal  Palm an&olfae. oils���������nothing else���������giv*  Nature's green color io Palmolive Soap'  MADE IN CANADA  ^ r 2*������  joniaua s  aea rower  Admiral Stresses Need of u/iaintaining  Strength  of^Empire's ^.Fleet  A warning*to Canadians not to- forge^ the.value of^soa power yas voiced  by .yiee-Admiral Sir Frederick -Field,  of His Majesty's special service squad  awecfisii Invention   ~  For Motorists' Comfort  Automatic Beacon Light Gives Warn-  ing^At Railroad Crossings-    ~"  ^ Stimulated by -the rapid motorizing  of Swedish highway trafl_c> native en-  The wonderful relief you get from  twemy"_rops of Nerviline-will surprise*  you. .Take It in sweetened water,  and almost immediately youjfeel better. "tsCerviline brings-up ^the gas  caused by fermenting food, and -relieves that distressed feeling In tbe  stomach..    When    colic    or    cramps   *, _,,..-.���������       ,^- i strike you at niglit. Nerviline is a sure  *WJ.������   ������.  ,���������^ ?������__j,_.      r;;i reI.ef      For general use iQ-^he famiIy>  ' "*"    for emergent ills, always keep trusty^  IMeryiline on "hand.  - 35c at all dealers.  _  "glneers   have   patented   three   inven-  ron.  during an address at a hsuHjuet] tlons for the "comfort and safety o������ mo  llis gteath. nea, King Eawara maae-saii*  Dlghton promise lie wbuld continue tp  serve Queen Alexandrara promise that  was fulfilled. -  ' i  YOU'VE T91ED THE REST  NOW  BUY THE*" BEST  given in bis honor at Victoria. ,_   ] ioflsts.     These are an automatic be*v  The  people   were  sick  of  spending | con ligllt for givirg warnings at rail-  money,   -b_.    admitted;     sick o5f- high-  taxation ���������nd debt;    and   In   .thinking  of these tilings often forgot* the great  truth about^sea power which applied,  to the "British 'Empire &nd Its integrity  xix\^i.^7    uaacLKA   4.\j   nn;    x._urc:ji    j/v^aa ^j.   .a%    &^.v  world. .    "It vrculd be impertinence ea  my-part-to attempt to Influence this  .     Uig isiiiiding  rrogramme  v   . _, -        i~      ������ -        -    -*���������   7"  Saskatchewan 'Co-operative    Elevator  " - %CoC Plan -aZ Busy Season"  If'present plans are. carried, out this  year will be one of the .biggest building years ^ for the Saskai<-"feewait 'C*a-  operative Elevator Company since tbe  pre-war period.    ' An unofficfal * estl-  iu.is.v4S    u:  tiu.6 -p_u|;Gacu  l ������iJ4-._  Jt������-"  gramme Is $500,000.      Work on new  . elevators."has-been  _,tarted  in  eight  v points in the" province, -^xd organiza-  prevents   tbe.aecidental I tioQ ia7under way-"at various  other  running out of batteries. | piac���������a.     If the building-programme is  completed tbe 'company -will own and  operate four hundred and thirty eleva-  road crossings, an-automatic slot .-machine for refilling gas tanks, and a device    which  of al  There is a dealer handling Newcastle  co^lin every town in Western Canada.  LooRTor him. '  -JUST PUBUSHED^  "Never Fire ^^  <Canadt*ir*il,  DORRANCE,  Man",   ......  author  _ juai  JAMES  of  FRENCH  "Get "Your  $2.00  "The Normal Child: ItsTare  and Feeding'  A Guide for Mother, Nu.r(-B~ai-<J Stud-  etlt by A^AN BROWN, M.B.      "tl^^  "Blood Pressure: lis Cause,  Effect and Rcmed-j..**  By' LEWELUV-S. ���������.F.-'.'BARiKER, M.D..  and, NORMAN B. COLE, M.D., of  Johns Hopklna University :..    tl-gft  Fr.m Youi* Book  Dealer  Or  WDGdODCHILD Cb!#PuTilishers  BflG-8   Klna   3t.   W,   :.-    m.x.    Toronto  Vr.--  ���������*W������^^������i������!r^  SiO"*-!  mmmmmmmm  Tlio bt.it hoolc of Rid<"������������ on lh������  ..marlceft,  :M������ro .tbgn o������f������ *hot-j*"������d  up-to-date conunttr������m������.   <������*t ou������  and pttssSw.yv"* ffrtcsrfla.: SevA pceft-  ';���������,..'' ,-;,.,.. paid on r������c-agpt*>I,   -.:���������,.'  -12 'CSENtS M ��������� STAMPS  '-'������("���������*".������ KM Bfr*������tW������fl- ,!������*ir*������������l*  mmmmmmmmmmmMmmmmwst������m4>  Boys' and Girls' Swine Clubs  C.P.R. i*c. Donate  Championship Cup,  Medals and~a  F^ree Trip to,.  -j Toronto A  The Provincial and "Dominion Governments have co-operatiyfely organized Boys" * and Girls'" Swine Clubs  throughout the three prairie provinces  to stimulate interest in raising -marketing hogs and teaching the boys  and girls, how to market their produce. The* Canadian Pacific Railway  announces that to aid in this work lit  will give" a championship cup to each  oE the three- clubs winning these  Boys' and_Girls'' Swine Club competitions in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and  Alberta, and these trophies wlllbe for  annual cun������i.'etIi1on. The Individual  members of the winning teams, however/will bo given modals as their  own property.  i Tho trophies and the medals will be  givon irrcspoct.*/e of whether the winning teams live on CiP.R. "lines or.not,  but any winning team that is resident  on a e.P.R. lino will have the additional treat oC a trip to thosgreat Royal  ..show at Toronto, 1024, at tho company's expense.  ,i.���������:,.l������-.-apy club should win one of-the-  trophies three\years in succession It  becomes the permanent property of  the .club; Each team shall consist of  two boya, dr a brbtlier and sister, or  bf two glr'airbetv'GQn. tlie ages of 10  and 21 by. September 1, 1924. .  " All the rules aad regulations covering ilie swine clubs, as organized by  the,;;' extension' per vibe In:' '������������������; oft oh 'fp roiv-'  inco, mbat bo observed, and all teams  competing must take part in a Judging  competition r-nct give a;(iomoualration  at a central pftlnt or points as uecldr  ed by tho co^raltt-c������ In chai'go In each  jirovlnco ^ind U\obo competUions^wlll  ba lield ,at or near iho tlmo tho carload a of hogs raided by tho clubs arc  marketed7    -:''''������������������- ' ;��������� ''Z.aZ' 'Z-'<A':j':  ^Tlve foil-owl rig la the score on which  club a will bo tcatcd. TiiliLy potata.  for general proficiency of the. wlibfe  club in rwIiio raising; 20 points for  IIhj U'iiiii')- li-jj. jiiiiKhig; 30 pbiutH for  tlm quality:6f tlio two hogs raised by  memiiero of the team; and 20. points"  .for'���������������. 20-minute d*?monstratlo*_. In  WS1 tshlro bacon. 7 ,  J>ominIon^J Sir. Frederick, said, "but I  feel justified in asking Canada if slfr  thinks slie^ is safe, if he-? overseas-  trade Is-taafe, and will be safe in war  time?"-!- -        ;  .'   --  - - Thinlcs Swe^s^ AM.Right  Yess, providing *������������������ - the provocation.  equals the offence of Jones stepping"  on Smith's sore_corns. ���������., F-Jr better to  use "Putnam's" Painle"fs Corn Extractor, It does lift out corns in' a"n*urfy.  No corn qan last if "Putnam's" is applied. Refuse a substitute. 25 c everywhere.  W.  u;  Itisi  Pacific Coast Fisheries  During the first three months of this  year the Canadian fisheries on tlio  vPacific coast produced 73,352,000  pounds of Hsh food, valued at ?\79B,-  000. In quantities, the largest catel*  was herring. Six hundred, and flfty-  sevent. thousand pounds of tliese fiali  were netted during the period.  The crossing beacon consists  iiashing light, in a cyilnuriuai  witl-Tred and whits sectors in oppssite  quadrants." When the railroad Is  clear* tlib White -lights "so indicate-to  the, highway trafiic, but when a. train-  approaches the lantern rotates - automatically, showing a red~ light to tho  highway and a white llghj. to- the  train*-" "* "*"'**- "        *   -���������  This "beacon  will  work  under  favorable" conditions of -s-now and  uu-  Ice.  can  any  Soft corns are difficult to eradicate,  but HoHowiiy's Corn Romover will  draw them out painlessly.  ���������/   The ratio of males to, females Is  higher for tho ^farm population tlijjn  it Is for the total population except  in three states In America. \  The automatic gasoline vendor  be utilized by the customer at  time of night and day by connecting  tbe tube with tbe gas tank of the car,  dropping, a krona in the slot, and operating a lever. The quantity of gasow  line received naturally varies accord  ing to the market'price,- which, can Jbe  quoted at the minimum, owing to the  saving of wages for attendants.  The attachment which automatically* cuts oU the batteries when the engine is stopped Involves ythe principles of suction and gravity. It is  essentially a switch system which is  connected with the gas Intake or tlie  lubrication pipes so that the suction  actuates a weight that rises ,and closes  the* electric circuit. When the suction stopj3, the weight falls and "throws  the switch open.  tors.     TJie capacity  bv 1.200.000" bushels.  -will be increased   -  Keeps EYES  Clear, aright and Beautiful  -yrice MurineCo.tChtcago,fo*tETeCateB(>ofc  MONEY ORDERS  IMlnard**!      Lin f ment,  Remeefy  the     Athlete's  Inflamed and Itched  Badly, Cuticura Healed.  '* My sroublo began with'a bieak  ing cut of pimplea at the edge of  my hair which ������aon  spread to my fore  head. At 'firnt the  pimple*! were very  email but became  larger and w-fre Inflamed. They Itched  b-idly for a. wh .1 o an d  '-���������-ere no tTahvi.rt-*mntnp, that I hatetl  to go out. My hair fell out.  "I Tend an ndvarttaement for Cutlcura Soap and Ointment and sent  for a ��������� free ������_.*m*Jali.. ' I piirciha������-id  more, and In two or three week* ������  wa*. healed." (Signed) MIbb G-eor-  gla MoMUlan, 1013 Summit Blvd.,  Spokane, "Waaha, July 10,1923.  Uae Cutlcura for all toilet pur poaea'.  HwUi*>ia> Knob Vt*. %f 11-11.    _UMr#a* Q������hium)Ik*i  ��������� ���������.nnlr   ������������������ UanMoHfa., K 0. Mont N������ia1. ManinNKl.*"  Icai^f-lofmWBc. *J>tnV!gl!iM)!������*ntit*>������, 'imleumiam.  Tiry, our u*W 3~av*#'*���������������: SCtlek.  Pay your out-of-town accounts by D&-  minion Elxpress Money Orders.   GERMAN MONEY for sale���������200.000  mrtrk.3. 50c; 500,000 xnarks. 90c; one mil"**  lton xnarks. $1.25; ten m-ttllon marks. $6.SO.  Specialty Import Co.. (I>ept. 4) 3 "W. "Oun--  das St., Toronto. Ont.  ZI&mZA&  v Cigarette Papers  Laa_.a Double Bo-ok, -ajt I "  ISO Leaves _____pH  JFSn-a������li Yow Car- Buy/ -<a?*  AVOID tMBTAT������OMS_CV_  Mlnard's Linimer-t for Distemper  -���������>��������� Golden  eagles eat many  dents and larger    animals  fawns and,lambs.  small  such  ro-  as  Wretched from Asthma. Strength  oC bod/ and vigor of mind are Inevitably Impaired' by .the visitations of  asthma. Who can live under tbe  cloud oC recurring attacks audi keop  body and mind at tlieir full efficiency?  Dr. J. D. Kellogg's Asthpaa Remedy  dissipates the cloud of removing. tjie  catiBQ. It does relieve. It does ro-  atoro the sufferer to normal bodily  trim ami ititouLal bui>piu>4i)~t'.  Aflboatoa has boen found In Hungary, Ilusuln, New Soith 'Wale-a.-vKew  Zealand and Capo Colony.  OV4R* M*t_l������ A CKNTUBtf RBPUXATIOM  UR. a_Ca vLfclili O L.ivcR������KtB>r*nvQ  WSU! MUN.B.VS*DI-JLDD������It.G RAVKt.,IIJkCKAC MI'.���������B.  Oil LE CLERG'S Wfc8AN/EMtA  svra ANnrhitWABLw iro* i.iaDiKS jLit-urtcra.  UR, LE uLERG 5 Ai-BWiEN-rr-u.i.a.  hold brTaaAlo-4 Ch-tnUt*.,  Dn.Ll       "    -~  , er M������tl  _. rrlc*������  la BLniUnil 3a.  D������i_. t.--CI.-CI-C ��������������� J.Ca.31 ������*������*������-������������������ HId.N,"���������."������.I.oaadoca  _ 1.1 O (ran* (I. P-OW1T Kr.E.,To*-OMYO.Onl.  Or������, nejKICU������-M StUKCT. N������i*\V VOKK CtlT. ,'-*" ,  w-������i'M .I. i'i.m.i,, ' ",ii -, ,,.���������i.     :, - ��������� v"' -ii    i  m  ���������H  Time  has  Tested  lb���������-Dr.  Thomaa*  Eclectric. Oil has been on.the market  upward-* of flfty years and In that tlmo  It haa "proved a blest-big .to, .thousands.  It la ia high Tavor throughout'"Canada,"  and Its OKcellenco has carrlcd-.ita tame  beyond the *eaa. IC It were -doublo  tho pi-Ice it would be a cheap liniment.  lifter ev^  A plca_--at  and nore-utile  ftweel .-iMft.������  1-aa.Ol.t-la.na.a  benefit   a������  Good lor  lerth* bvevfllai  nsntl dJ ncatla-kuu  BlaMes Ctfl���������  nieact elflar  ta-te better*.  _i_S&_*  ���������^sm^m^mmm^^^i^m < *|ip'  z\*-iS-;:-\  R24  Tho  Great  Pyramid  In  Egypt jwas  built -IJO0 years before ChrlaL.  Mlnard"* Lli-ilm������nt for Falling Out of  Hair:  .  /���������    ." ��������� -  ������������������?'.'. -��������������������������� -itaaj-**1'y**"1 <���������_���������'���������*"  -JLjLX***������>'**t  .i^ffftUC  ^* Li  i  j-'i  ii  I*'  i* i  ii:'  it i  Local and Personal  | "fMisses Edith and Lily Wilson are  spending a couple of weeks' holidays  -* ith friends iir Cranbrook.  Mrs. Jessie Lewis, teacher of piano,  forte, Royal Acad-toy of Music, London, Lamont Bldg., Creston.  F. Prevazanno of Cranbrook, Who  recently purchased the lot. next hi*,  store building on' Sirdar Avenue, has  just hadquitea neat picket fence built  around bis property.  HOUSE! FOR. 8a__���������Five-room residence on half-acre lot, well planted to  small fruits. Unobstructed view of  whole Valley. Will sell right for rash.  F.JEJ. Turner, Creston.  Rev. G. Knox, who has been absent  on a  month's vacation camping down  the lake, is .expected home in time to  again take the pulpit of thi'Methodist  .Church on Sunday evening.  SRAND THEATRE  x  C~-*_4..rdnt_    !!____ II?T  aafUIUajy AU6UOI  Mrs. J. P. Johnston and son;" who  have" spent the "past month with  friends at the coast, arrived home on  Saturday. -. ^_  Mr.  and    Mrs. Harold   Goodwin  nsotore- In franr Kellogg,  Idaho-Saturday, and after ������f short stay-with his  parents here-will travel to- Cluny, - Al  berta,- for a holiday visit with her parents." ^ _  M>*s: _>. H. Jack-son. is bringing in"  another stock of ready trimnjed and  re uiy to wear hat**, which will- be on  sale at the ' store on 'Canyon street.  Friday and Saturday, Augusta 29th  addSOtb.      "-'-', *.     -      *  P. "W. Dowling of KamloopK, in.  chaff-;*- of .upkeep of Dominion telephone and telegraph lines, was looking over the poie line between- Kuskanook and Yahk lust week, going- to  Cranbrook. -  -  . Remember the return visit of the  Attree Players at the. Grand on Monday night, This will be the last ~ opportunity of the year "to enjoy entertainment'of such pleasing variety, and  none should miss it.  [���������SACKIB COOC1AK in "*_������_"������& &2VB  Pl?n,TTT    A  _*������    X������T>Tr^XSO  JLl.JL.IXJt \_/ ��������� . ������T������ .IH.     X  JLV.B. _/-*i#������0  Thejttodgere bo**r-factory ia-gunning  a    couple   of   hours " o������*er������i������ae   these  m -"���������*  *  nights in order to keep up with the demand for apple boacesc-orders for "which  .are coming-in from nriany'"peiints-along  the Kootenay and Arrow- Lukes.  S. A. Speers and R. Lamont Were  Monday and Tuesday visitors in .Nelson for the ceremoni.il and other features of"entertainment put pn-by G-iseeh  Temple cf the Mystic Sisrme, There  was a; very large turnout, including  several from Spokane. "*���������"  Gt. H. Fleming has been- secured by  the trustee's to take charge off Creston  high school for the ensuing term. His  acceptance of the position���������wnf* wired  from Vancouver ������>n Wednesday, and  he comes well recommended l>y High  School Inspector DeLong.  Showery weather has prevaled since  Thursday last, and in the week over  an inch of rain has fallen, which will  give the size and color tn all the apples  as well as help out the potato ,-err-p.  which was anything but promising  prior to these i-atxer rains.  The village commissioners have  made a   good   job  of -repair   on   the  1 bridge "over   the .Parle.   Kdad   ravine.  The planking has been laid length wise-  on where the 'wheel traulc- ia encannt-  1 ered, which should snake" the   travel  3 ling a little more co_uforb-*ble.-  Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Argue reached  Creston from*their wedding trip on  Friday, and were treated to a real old-  tinie charivari at their home tfaejsame  night. /l"hey are.occupying the Brova  btingulow mb Vancouver street, recently vacated by Mr. and  Mrs. Siddons.  -*��������� ��������� -j.  Creston Rosd and GunjC? lob are making arranger-cents to snw another 85  poundB.of rice a__ celery on tne flats  -sloughs, following up a similar policy  of.the two grevimig seasons, and whichj  has beet,.- rnrpuiiBtbie for orsngsng ati  the dtxeks in larger flo<-ksv than usual.  In betweennsbowers both*' the R_-  change-sud Creston Growers ar-rbns'y  with -aniseed catrlorul shipping- of fruits  and vegetables-/" a total of eight such  cars " rolling tnis week. Wealthy  apples p'eked to*r-get the best color  available are mo-fin g in considerable  volume.- ._ -���������.  The'Plaaa Orchestra had the large**. ,|\  croWd nf the year out for their dance^ j;  at She Grand oi* Thursday night and "j'  made a J**"**���������*** fcsSr^t-sth the large crowd, |  most of.whom consider it even better |  than the Banff dance orchestra. ~ Si Tl  ^aud Fran_*Bclanger motored in from  Bull River*for-tb^ dance.  x  ������  mZ^stte..  ^  .? i  f-*i  I 51 *_-_*1 _a  WLMsJmS*- J_ -S_ JL JSL^sf.  rcsseB  for  >w���������"���������   *W -  -_   -*��������� *-    -���������  T."7^  p*.jf," i  *-r  Fruit Gompan!  We jare 'ready to  handle car  lots - of /Mixed  Fruit - ant-  Vegetables.     Growers \are  ^ adbfised *,lo   see :7Qur_"local  agent, _������&ri  Capt. Venius, who was a resident of I  Creston up till sbnrie two years ag;o,  au'd has -pecejntly been appointed chief  of police at Pentieton, is doing "good  work in that position ths- town council  now being in a position to state that  the town is as.free from crime, vice  and_ imHiorality-as ever it was.-  .Capt. Ogitvie *������?KilIs, a one-ti me resi-  uent of Orestqn, was one of three-In-  vermere resident-*-who were last week  fined $10 and costs for having lighted  a camp fire without-having first observed, ins- ps-ecavsitoas insisted upon  by law as to removing all inBamable  isiatsrlal frossi its Tssnnie-di'fct'?  vicinitv.  We have pleasaire In announcing fchAt'wer  have on sgie for jfehe next ten tiay_; I������S> sample -  FlannelBresfses^in the latest styles-and colors.-;-  rThisis-an -Exceptional   ojjporfeuiiity--.to  ��������� make personal choice fioGi a Jbig^aiSleotiuii. of  garments at prices that-are much; lower than  ���������would  prevail- were, we ^.compelled. to stock  them."    -   * \   ~    ^\ j-_    L- '   '-~'\,  Don't miss this chance to" secure -Fait:  dresses at attractive prices.  x ���������-  G__^NEBAI_ Ii_lSHCHAKT.  I  , 1  - a  l-  I  Order "Yorir Fruit Trees Eslrfy  DO  IT  Tris.--*-  I       ' ���������^^^���������   '     ' '���������"    I' ' ���������^  Px*ssar_t indications point to greatly increased plantings of fruit trees next  ������*pr*ing.    It will, th������re**ore,~wni'k out to. your advantage if you will  decide on   what'you   will  plant,   and  PLACE 1TOUR ORDER  II  pi  NOW  FOR^FUTURB -_>BL.IVE.R_'.  See our General Agent^WALTER V. JACKSON  -   of Creator, and he-will give yon good reasons for so dtoin_v " -  I  ���������"El '_^*'" M������-������^���������__i*^ y^ >7: i ������irtr* _: - iir.  I _"������.   B       -   Jam*n*n>_nw^><a- .,M ~,~ AH.m**4mm4..m*k,nw,mm9 .    m  I   ���������v JL������������"a*k=-*5' -J-^i liiS^^a mVSmM A%!0%SaMM.w*G*mmyw?ef>=m  IB -- ���������_.-���������*- ^ ~.*^.^.^\^j-.        _.r.4B    i J^^ *-__.���������        ^mM A Jl*.      l        *.  "A; ISINDLBIT  {j Mureeiles at Sar^is, B.S.  "   J T             I ia    I i    i       7l i mi  I   gygwiaj^ .=!������.*���������* ��������� -gat,-.  : -SD3 0ra^iii@ St,f V^C-OIJVER  xpaka  am ui  Prices on Merchandise have been cut to the very lowest, Values extraordinary In every department  r.y    _\-  Everything is now ready for the biggest day of bargain shopping   you ever dreamed of.     il very thing with anew  low price tag that it is almost ashamed to wear.     But clearance is the only thing that matters so look out for  startling-prices, unparalled values, unbelievable bargains. -  Here are   some of the lines   we Have   prepared.  Reckon up what you can save by buying now.     Then come along and make your purchases���������rEARLlc7;  vJ_r\fv->::   \\3���������\\X3*   ^dw_L__5  -���������tc custonfiers -who purchase other goods to the value of $2 and over.  Rogers* Golden Syrup, 5 lb. pail, ~r ��������� ��������� ������������������ 50c  North West SodaSp per pkg. ��������� ������������������ ������������������   ,^25c  Tuxedo Baking Powder, 24* lb. tins,���������    6Sc  \jfrmonci. s i/ure M\asj^oerry',',������f.ani.j a* *o.--  pails, only a few   left,��������� ���������-���������"��������� ������������������ *���������     85c  Apple Butter, 12 oz. jars, ��������� ���������.���������-' ���������    2Sc  Shredded Wheat, 6 pkts#, ��������� ���������'���������    95c  njiic-^ffc?   Aft    ii? Anruiff^o ^wgywwtur e.mjrocc!  y.  uffed Wheat,   6   pkgs��������� *��������� p _ ��������� ~-  ! I'illso;-!. s Oatmeal, ��������� pkg��������� ���������i ��������� ���������  St. Charles Milk,   hotel size, 3 for-*-*-^  Royal Crown Bath Soap, 3 cakes-"?-.^  \AAA).' '"'',' ���������-,.'" ���������''*"'������������������'X''."  ���������     "'' :.-    :-? '     '  " . '      -  Princess Soap Flakes, lib,   pkg,��������� '-r  .C^a-te^N to clear att per Ik ���������  Boys* Shoes balance to clear at pfer pair  *%._'_. fj������jt.  IOES, made" oh.' tli^-.iiiilltary. last,'.Saturday'only���������'  -95c  r  -i  0% mm   '  ������$������uic  4*1 jg*  ��������� i   *  -"*''25ij  20c  9c  $2.95  '  V.  ������,L������u^~i'iii.'-^aja-t**3WS!iaat -.-iSBtwiiaawgg.-agww^^  a.aa������aaHat*iiamaaaWiaeaiiaa������nwWiW  wwmii.'fMWHiitt

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