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Array lA^iA^^J  ^^t ^.r-* * A.*i-^^lr_______.  -������������������ -  r    ���������    ���������-'     .- -    *- t-��������� - ,__^^_______________  * ������7r  -i.*-  *,'  T||B!SItl������l*l  -^ *%. ^^  -I*.  --7 ���������_-,  - HO--     ���������.���������-���������.   ^^ ..H   *      _  ^   "^  ,9>>_  *V-T.r  -    -5.   <-*-  --J  ' >, _.7*v-^-  -,-v  ** ,X "* r    :--..) t x-j^'^'^h-ii -vt- -i r^u ^    -  ,-=���������* . _.    * px  .      .������''!   '"  ' '1 "     "L n " "     .-���������-_S-,w- 'i>[  pneumonia a few werks , ������!$������- *.__������. juh '*     7, ifjfc  most ended his life. ** -��������� ;���������._. ^1, ; ^   . .  ���������> "^T^cit^.  Mr. and ^Imu^Ii^M*&������^_f^wM*-&  from theft* houeymoou1fc^ir'a-#l^-e o* 1 ff*������  weeks ago and <jfcs; jt*������*^5J?������3aM������*, -ai-e^ewTl-vySyH^ jfflRpi*  ^J::"S#!>_J.- SEFfEMBER 5, Zi&M  ���������at j ������y /*^*:-^i-?______L___���������_....  .  <-. >rrfeg*  . f-j** .      -. ^^  ^t"  ,-s,   -  _io. BO  ..._������_������.. ������������.-*i -  ^ttK.^v^jr,  'J_rtg3t4^^C^C_t3L ^c  ' ^wo������JJvlB"/%i^*������^  ������&-*P    7 "������-fl*K   *___- ta^fc-si"  ���������_ ���������___t*   _a-tri-*"   ^        ������_s . ������  - - -������������***-���������* i������|^^^i^^r^������i^���������*';-^������J4.% -= iv^   yr-SXS.%   W3S<,������?*X-.. -*>s  ^"T-t-S^   ���������"��������� (.     ~'  Ho^yiBatiii^ jr.,   and -an-all   ������nn,  AuBfam; wpKpia'i" t������*������f1iNe^-feej^. remnniDg  _JW  araa...  7'.; "W^ ���������-7..  T  the  -^-   i-  ^lace7herft  7f^- "_---x</*-A<#4:  ������H*tn-^ ?me^    __������_.������_3^-6 _*--_   ia^^-^caS^-������������������_  if-^Hl  !  h*   -*r-zr?  -lies,  ane,  - -rpfti.t a few days in gpaltjma, iwakinx  VSJ: *_v  -MS-^eo :AHauia-o*3 Qtrfman, who have  .^3nB^)^������^^  'a-h^isjesidensa In -the >]l^qB-t'  sectton have orsraniKed thenaBelv  ^^^1^_--^*J������^_i���������I**-?. _5_l^I*?-^^    .*-!������  "-p|l*-ap--^"Sa-v^1-.^he^ flS^w^-l^e"-  e*t-e.wu. tEa*7! formerly- so4^^a-"-tlifr'  ^i^3r*%ore a-r-^-Oirt./*-: do-#?4^?tj>3-  cd.ln^he ���������-eW "sS^i_b..and:fat jpit^ent  "e^imates are bei_gvpr?epai������d a-ffl- the"  c^t pf lf������tSliing~ ar system sis-titar to  *^_yonvWntar.tl8ea3ftl'  -.������^, "    ^."  -'������s^*_������__=_^*-^-^--*^^^-*_ ~'~*   -a*   -wlafaiSFred^-l^^lett is-  . Wi-owert������^_re^������__������mi-..,  ~   * 7.^2:*-*-s*S'S3r-  eharge^f work there at the first of  inaontb.     -  ^ -" ^ * *    "7^.* ^"������. *^-*"���������.     -^        *" ^    ^  Sifreston Valley. Liberal Association  I^Jhaving a 4aWor^canizatIbn naeeWng in.  "S|i>eers**-Eall on jh-fd-y evening. Aug������  UBt,12th,-*to*wihlch aII supporters -of the.  ���������igbeck. <���������_������ ^eajthys J    HayinE   ott ' the  flats is^coipapfeted:  Miss. Kuth Snisitb, who has been res-  ident So.C^ifornla^^ the past  ^aii^* is' JbtB-ee^OBi  -aTViait  with   her  mother. Mrs. Stace Smith.  77l_^s^fit^ W������hater left' last week for  "fT-tocouveV whe-������ she is entering the  -J"\f- - r������  "> ^ ���������. ���������=**    *J**     *t������_ * t������ _.������_. ���������_. _* _,���������  that city  for  the  1.1...   . T- ^  sfcX^j_&^ Eleistj- of wi^th theeKception of a few "of the al ___  ix^hanfe, -ways-lateWiislun'    aad   r.ntics  i������tC|B-ei������^^������a,i*������t^ -  "  "^^3^\������____Lr: ivt������_!__3__.-_  ^_^^_^. t*i*-������^-f -.-.-..  --i_  * _ _*���������*?- *5^jJ_s_���������������__������_i_r^-_*-e-*'7'^*" r/5T" j"-*"^  ^4a^s#>^ii^^i._t���������-{s weei-r.-where  sh'-^Wae:'foCi&-^]|^^^.judges of cooking  ps^^m^^X^hh falfValr/-* ~  \ .*������S^|$iip^b ion  Sand������y   for  S^fci^ie5,*^^^-*! point* |n WaahinR-  :tdn*'  ^^m"><^a������^������_ek ^J������*t cattle wiMJb������  ^t-������_^-i^M������������M������:^e:-"@a.ts gs Taesday*  fao������u_.  r^aw^iriM. a two weeks' vac*-"  ������-L *--������____���������_  rac|H������.oaa^-'  .J^i&nI-������yjJ^^ittaker," janitor at^^tltee  Bank of Cotniuerce, -got biack at the  end of "the*-wee- from Pincher C__ek.  Alia., to whica point /he wjib cftlled:oii"  the'22nd fif Augnst. on receipt of newe.  ������f the death of his niother* -       : ~_~  Carl Fritss,  "*-���������'  -^-!5liil������-*fir ^rm������^fo^������.l������ttsteg88 visit,   _ins  retbmed   to  }irWJbf������bj*-^!|a^ -^ ~   "���������"- "���������  T^mtysmm%iikV^PB)m% 4MpiJ^i&m&*x**i  $?'������  _?^int, "-������$������_������ H������jfi3BL* it*mSi'Jtr^ tfce  'a^le.p&ceuBg seaawsia.^   r -���������.-  ^^-  R.A>1Paulson--*wh������ has .Jbeen   here.  ^ _" rS  ech^^re^pened on ^*?������aj----rnorn  .Inic^tlii^^feig- f.u_iB|>������lap,<>* .-ftc^olas-fti  -T"^  _^m^^^i0^^afl<4 Dover, Idaho,  ^aef!s^^||��������������������� !&B w������?e--.end wl-ih-ha-r,     .^_, ,.        ,     . _      -,__,_^- ^ y __. -  tolid*^n|^il%er o������pther, l_ome, in1 wheS^ she *,*,ll teact tlie ^^"^ *������"������������  ^-^-S^W1^^^:,-^^!*^ weeks;  Jtet'iaaa^l.Oi. H. MJl*Vlujnst4������r of  Bab Miller left *m  Sunday   last for  ^_������*-:ei5*iA4-abe������������������ wft^e-he wilfassiefc  "-sl^i _ta^������SE^sss;a.'tSpnat  ;-- -^fcxM^^i^ytvh^-- has beon working  iit^r^^aneswcx-^-rh^f<-rx*-.he past twb  -*ti������onrfcik^i'-3-^"jop." Sundajy ��������� for - "Letb-  ^J������jg^F. A*^^. ;^SViii Viness went  ^^*&h&fl$_io" "b������lp with h-ttrsest oper-"  gh^ggvw ^^>-^^" j^,      c " -   ~~~"  Msjs McOaslin, who b&s spent ^1������������*|4 tj^ft������i, __rf{S������ Wi on" Wednesday  summer v������Cati-.n **. BelliDgl^. !|^;c^^ ^^^^^j fK)in y,^  \^HHb. was here for the Wfceke���������������r the1 rm^^.   _yr*l^  ���������Nelscii.;wcre^-  sitot* "here Jaefc week  ���������" ""^"F? . -" -.---*"  esday  fifteen^ onxed  ^r^^_T'ir>^_1i_**-'-*' ������ "~> *U, '5^m^^1l^^^^e^n'W^e^<������l^ri?������ *f*"Ml^f������^iW*gwiil^^e- from   the  local  "_S-^__SfttfS__? ?^^^^^^^^^*^^8^fe^"������wea"*^**  visit With fi*ie������ds at c<Jaat Hpaja-spi^  ' snow, 3fleii"8*-3-i**^"������*9^  ������w**i!Baiys"������KCKB BBBK3aBK..oBKB_tSa xor^-Ma*a-vRU.  t^virra oa_iiesd&ye wi^ t^ u^  "i **^������^i>_,  _&-;  -s*-*-^^?^  Mr> ax*d Mrs. Bi-owln   of  Cmnbrook  _____ ������^������cE_*#.  - ^Ford* waff"r***i-^|*Bed. -on' __iUrsday  tha. MiH-5 I^uiseTWebster had nnder-  gprw-et^Et" operaJiion^foi-: inastoid at the  0*o^^'^H������aipriisal^.r Vancouver^   and  r|roiiirfci_eB\.������yw^^ Ibat sheis  rnaking a very Ja^OTftSBtaey' i_covery.  ^Jlev, H������ Vawley,t who, ^wit"^,*Mes;  Varley and daoRbter have beep Vic-;  tor*a~ visitors during the ;������tnnth   of  Aiicrnuf"* K__ ���������^t.M.wve*!   *-������^A    -wyfii   tsafe-i.-   ^     ������������������-.  -^.     ������      _,    --._    _   "  -r-r-j*������������������������ -.      . *-.     --������ -"2<-3T|Qg������k.������ftll^^  ���������t_ct for cle^n^ja couple of acres on  the usual services in Christ Cfoorch on  !4 _____.-���������_-.������. ������_cus3_,  .a���������-,^.������������������*. ���������.s^a  "55r_wu. mJ ������S.   fif ������.���������..-*. ^^y.^^_  ^rf  "tr_*    -=" ^-  ������rfl^*l___-������^i*������^������^*i*^s������n__?!_ai ^se_s_fcra-_*M- at*^5  Sunday.  -   - "-"    v^-~      ^ *.  Mrs. McLesc^nf Vancoaverts a  -ton^vi8it������tati.resent. the������K*!e*.t^f herr;  daughter. Mis.^m.'J.Ta_s������-tt;   Sh&  '-i'lade liclie" t3$p>4n -^y f|_ofcor15.ja_v" Mci  ^Liean returning to tbe coast: afc������igrtje������  ������aysago^"   -   ^ -       _ j\~-ti.~ 1 * - -L  . :teha"s������d'a;  ,__ 5-,  ^'pJ,"," |?!**!5' '^--������Jr������'*,,*-i:,-rH--^w=*i;���������fl*f--'  j see ao ibd^������3ftlie_-i until early spring. I D*?Idi*^f^-lB3tcheneF.������. ��������������� v _��������� -f;*^.  ___rt ^~*_    ^K^tSa^-*^-' "-t-tr  -���������-g-- y-r^^ja-^- -__ydBgag-.-  rop-n loapj  *"**"*���������"_���������-,_.���������   ������**--* -*j_._v *  ������S_t_  ^unOjivy^ ���������  T *  the old Caveo r&nch,   whicb ^ lie  pur-  Hard *^i_^>i^^w_r&^recc_^  j^weemffmkfiS^^Z^SM^^ when   rock  ^^shin^'swis&'t ss^ute^i,^ J������ni$&sg of  .,    .       _��������� S?' Rwaw  ������fc_?iS._������.-!S4_ ___ %.*___  viae  .IIS  ���������-taiii_k ^_-fck_p-_  n  5 -  ;c_mplefc-^;;*s������:rly M%M$sm&mir.   'Zk      '  6M&.a_A--]  3������L  _T_y uiornittK were notV  __t^^i������^  !_vJ_.-;  - Mr. Cock  a^^yXe*.|fwbo__r������.  < working at  BoimlbRton   at  present,'  speht a ftw d*$g-fct their homes here  thia week. '       -   !>   "  <= * '   -' k.   '  ^l""������-. __^J^i-ln"i������_>sfisber5 o**reiTflialllir_f  ; N-l8on,wi-6 hereon an  official visit at  theffrstpfi^eweek. ���������wn������d^iibIe;������on-^  plaint l-avifl^^ _������B������rre^l>fti^���������- about  _#������.  gnry, Alta., w_s?fc ^aStorB-lie^ fchSs  week with ^the Jntter's parents, Miv  and Mrs. Taplin..   >        \'r \  . Harvey Turner of Vwicbnver imt%  Canyon vlisltor this -fteeh with His  father, R. Turner. He basest t������������n  Canyop since leaving it Jn 1012 n^^4  certainly Impi-e-rited with, 'tjhe de*clop  ment that has taken place In Jth^  tlird-v   .. - *    . '    ���������^~  On Sunday he ca-isbt A. )&"��������� ChyistSB^  acoilof- Doyejv^ I_abo, 'i_������_^tiB' I���������r ������Jb%  ��������� K, -. ���������KStBf tBC- ip-JgajSSKBiSi-  _s������*u- j^srassa. y sicta--  . ISm Sunday schcMils^fekd their annual |  J"U      ^^-WWeamefwis ^rfect^and ^^S^^-*^%^^   J*f.7  ^iS^^k^^^M^^^ ^b^^low^t^y^a^^l?^. The Attend  J*"" *"  :_r__"������"_r *. ���������* - vjs-k,---^*--���������.    :  r~������������X -*-    *"    *   *-*���������-^-_-������    -.���������"-'���������*��������� ' -  fHcksbn Is Unuri^aliy ;Well s*epre������en^-  -     - ~~^-3   mm.'  less than^nine p^pi^Mi|mi^his-a%|^n'  hieing in^ att**nilat������i������ :^t :,the ���������Oreston  hiRb.       ' "*" }.}r~%r'.4-A~~  '   ^  sf-  " --MH-sager Van-^liemnr^of the co-������p-  erativ-^store was ^--busihes*- vpsitcn: ������t.   _. ^       _._ . , ....   _ _,        ^ . -     Jj|i^*a-m*lfct^l^i������feKj^  Go-ii^tween'-ere / -us- -.' CS-nyon, and j Cranbrootc a couple of days the middle | ^������*i4<at the 1023 openii.gr   ^ ,"  ���������a.tha 'rtsw^s������|_^ cTcced  8������-fc^������������, ,tfc^ of ^W* *w*.      --; -       - - -    ," ���������* -r^^e "- U-������������i������-   B^v������p " .u  1. I  TMrs." Alexander, -jfrho has been stop-  ping with hor daughter,   Mrs. Filmer,  1 lblt last v.ei-k osa ft * trip-to Scotland,  where she will vjirit wltlr f liends until  spring. *  W* "*"*"( -    "~^-  , Miss Muriel Knofct l*^t ^nJMpcday  for Sirdar, when* she will be in chitrge  of the sceool in thut *&m% % the pree-  ���������ept teB_|i*   , ������. - * ' '     . s^  Canyotl school re-opcn_d on Tucaday  V������orning after th<s  8Mn-������a������**  vacation  Wit*- M-r, Kolthsmmer and Miss Wood  in charg������ foranoth-sryear.  -  T. R.������*MawBO--  2a  tou*iy. ������k p*a"MMtit  with honey axtnu-fclng and oxpeote thf  ^dason to be one of the beat in recent  yeM*.������l* few  lit>ea giving  him  nt  least half a ton.     , ,'*   "~  ���������-D������< Browie)l|J|ia������ been busy- tho  pnot week movlrig his house fwifilie-  back onto th_ lot kdd ts nov# biwy me*  ectlng quite  a commodious addition  t������l it, *        -.  Mrs. O. Roblnaou ai������d ,i!aughtfp. aa  well aa her .no^iar- BSpB. Kcnpcy, or-  rlved iroui CJaJ|gary *$ %l*v cui# *uf Uic-  weak knd are tiovt getting -atonly  eettlod In thi) bW_io^ cicw      **,&*���������  : rpw^i-thU-'. auinroe*.'^'Their-,.ne*iv,:i-e������I-*.  dibnee la one of  fjbe  inoat attracWve  ^hom^Jin.tbe^ho^^^^        i '..."'���������*?  Jetoa''FH������^ on:'*'  "' ;vi������ltwltikvhl^*brotbet*.J.'at' -.Niu9*ilt*i*nf;  wnere o*** win ���������,������niM������j������������*.���������-,*������*h  .<���������������������������. *������-������,��������� m. >,���������-.  ' Wupleof'rotmt'Wa.���������'trt wiake. ������u������o ****������  g-^tietnan^Heirved w\l^l the; ������<efea\Wory  summonB and fined him $15 for fishing  in -prol. ibit*i_cwttters And anrOll-er %10  ���������for fishing without a lic@nse? the fishing tackle, .etc., being: *alao confiscated.  rk '���������       ���������n^ ^������������������������- -  \ t  *r. -.  " " U     '    "'"i"1*    , j    '  Mr*-nnd   Bit-.   Jack C������n,Bron "and  S^en'ly 1-ft'at ihe first of the_we������k for.  Fentictotn^ Where t|������ey will v\aA$ withi  Xfiro, Caineron's paronte for a couple of  weeks; making tlie trip- by motor,'* "*"'"  * * ','"'��������� ^  Mrs. Loasby, who baa been a visitor  with old frieiidt-in Nova  Scotia  and  at Montreal for the  past���������el-  weeks,  arrived bonne at tbe end of "tbe hmnth.  Local and Personal  .*-_.  *9^-.*_  . if.,'%JieWehe'*fspent'������<i^in^.  mer"|?!i^9������tii9i*^^fie '^u^b3, a&GhfefiZi  -*oo������ti$sfc,? te-rai,^ ^    /"     !    *A'k  '���������si ^-^-SA..    ^   i-_ - j.t���������   '���������������*���������'      ���������_������   -  actio"' T-e-openeU on   i-uesaay vriwn a,  l^egi^rut ion "|n^ both   the ^pnb|*c ..ana  hi^ghsrhobls ^ t������onieWhat* in-^e-ctcess r ������-������_-  Opening day ������~y*ar ago. "The attend  aticCof'puDilH from outside district- at  .'     I  - Hev. 1_������ Viirley will be here ot> Sunday f������r~the ususl- ���������_' and 10.80 a,ni;  Church of Kngland* eeririct-si" * a ���������-  nA. "ft. HiHarrfvea^few days* a^jo1  ���������frotn Fernie to assume' the position ->f.  cashier at the Bank of Comniei-ce, re-.'  placing H, V. Wallace, who\is 3V_bi'b-  ferred to Fernie.   *   ^ '*"'.  V,  c  Keith and Bison Odgate... twin _W������na  of Mr. and Mra������- J, A^ LidgHte,left on  August 25th, on s'^trip U������ the *i_-|f^  'Country, where they expect t������> tfciadke  an extended Stay with relatives.  ^ Mrs. Benney  as^   daughter,   Mar-  gucrlte.M-JU-ft", onf" .Friday ^for  Helson.  where.they will i-ealdefor-tbe pi-eeent^  .. ^]_tbe Inttci having enrolled as a etudent  laf  '->^__i_M___a__|   1_JH���������   whn3mhl iKmhi   ������i>������������|c.-  r^^."W7.-E^in-_v-^rancb;- lei_  i������W*JWat__3������^B^S_ffi^^  _:������, CiaVSa*aaAb-k_^aHnan^_itt ttiim^ 'k-_i������������r::  ������__   "aim kNM lw*tn   ntntn- -*5b-  ������m?, Alta Vwaao have been1 motor Via-  stors feeav w.th   tfee >tter*a -|>a--ent-r  ���������M;r%a-*^M^^.;^;^WetwS^  hniMj _*srl_*u������sdisys ^ llrs.   "Ii*^el_a3_e_*- ac-"  ���������roBs'g>apyii-Hj? them fora. bsief visit-  " Albert and Miss -Elsie Davies were  Spokane visitors a^t>w days last week,  mak)n-| th������ ts-iir- |������y*aiotor������ and i*t������*?i*-  ing Saturday.       , ;.        '"  v  -Kuskanook is tepret-euted, at tlie Bliv  d������.r echool attendance for the first time  In history, Clifford Heal biking up  every -lay. '" '  Miss Knott returned from Canyon  onJBftondiiy and school re4>peued on  Tuesday morning with   aw ��������� inerease^-  attondance. _ ^  ' ~l<  ������a.  ....Mrs. Jir. Moore .of Cranbrook la "a  visitor here thia week, tbe* gueat of  Mra* tioasby.   " (,       -    _ *    ,(���������������������������  Mi.taxd Mra. Bennett anil family of  Creston went th rough here on Labor  Day for a day> flshlng at KiiuLanook.  nt which" point  the   fiahlug  la now  about the b-"-"t of the ae-xaon, ������*������---"���������*  very line catches of baas being report-  ed-of late. ��������� ,. ,- .  ���������������������������' ',--;. ���������' '���������'���������'���������" " r������\\:''   ������������������.���������;.'.'-���������:.,������������������..: .������������������'-'"'- :". i ���������'.: "***".;7' ' ���������������������������.:''.'-  Mr. and  Mrs.   Beaumont' and ' Mr.  Shaw of Oarttiati|t:aJ%'' Altfl.r have'Juat  returned caet nfter epcnd.ing ' aJmoot  thwo'weckfc camping ...at:.'KuaUanook.  Spine utbera.. from  Calgary  and; > Id-  motttori;::'-:; have,',"' ��������� Mko;' made' c-tended  stays in camp Mt the .������nMk point'and  at the buainess c<dlege in tbat city.   ���������"���������  *- " u 1 -  Miss Freda Lewis; who has been ton  Ahe sales staff of thd'FraaiW bakery for  the past "jrear,   left  bu  Sutui-day  for  Vancouver, where* ah������ la enr611fd m-r a  probationer on the fiiiraing atalf of the  General Hospital, .  r   , m ,���������   ...   ��������� ������_.*.__,__ ������_������  werei very much  taken  with Kuaban'-  .maaaiplelc  srco-vriry from aw attacn of i   ^   -  ���������������������������'  Jimmy J-otskhoad Waa at Cranbrook  fail fair Monday anil Tuoaduy, taking;  along witn him.hU running boiiM%  Firofc Principle, and hud the good luck  tojwln fflrsjt and 9*������������*-----S rasoira-. y $*-j tfh������  open runn"ngftveu"ta,f"    >  O. H. Robinson, 0ahery -oveireeer,  Nelson, was here on, an   official viait  Tueaday and Wednesday, and 3a  arranging for a diaplay of baiia taken  from Kootenay River to lie' mr.de at  the Helson fair next w-&*������k.  1 In connection with   thia year*a fa.il  fair the _jadl<. a" Gultftjl ofphtlat pbuirieh  announce that' they - vVlIl!'bttyi a'booth  on,; t?ic' g.-okiwda Audi ^s&v&k^'spiS 'MBbt  supper - Thursday ' awd ��������� .Fiiday '��������� ,������ift������>r--J  'noons', Oct, 2nd' and.1 Wrd.-���������';; ��������� ��������� ���������'' >v  ,:. ������������������ ��������� '���������������������������' , - ��������� y'"x<A:Vy.y. -,\-..,;. :.";-i.-v(:-:..; : v..  ' . Fr. Kennedy, who had cbarge of  Holy \Croaa Church^--. Ci-ei.tonv.'.'imtll,  about four yoara ago, and ukneo then  haa been stationed at Fern.Ee, %m������ Ikh*������ii  h������h- _ nrn  Holmes left oa"iaa.tur_ay}-for* Victoria,  /where they .Will attend the Pi-ovincial  "Normal school fot* the ne_t t#n months.  Misses VeraXiater and.Hassel Mobden  of Lister al*-b lt*ft the sumer-day to attend the Vidtorfs*-,Moruial/     *-  _*he jCi������stk*n Valley Co-Oporative  Association of Brlckeon, which is oper-  Atlnj; the flou.' and feed business in the  old Union W-i-enouse. is erecting .ad  ditlonal storage warehouse on the hit  nest the Bank of, diumiercc, which  Will be ready "for x^m this week) * '  H: Robertson of Victoria, who is at  the head of *_.������."������ horticultural ^epart-  ment. was here on an oldcial visit a  few days last week.' From present ap  pearancea th* 1024 ripple crop will  show a greater per rentage of Fancy  ���������Mid Extra-Fancy th_������ waa ihe^caae a  year ago.  A. JLIndley of tbe B.C. Fruit Com.  pany, Lethbrldge, Alta., baa been a  business visitor In the Valley and tho"  Arrow Lakes country the past two  weeits. He baa secured Percy Trua-  cott to look after the flrm's interest at  Orcston, and at present be in shipping  at least one mixed cor a week.  ^  Oajafr> and Mrs. Crompton and aong  Frank, got away on tne 23rd for Vie-  torlu. In which dlntrlct t hoy anticipate  making their borne in future, having  leased their property here for-two  years.. Vhcy will be mlsoed In muafca]  elrclea, jwirtlcularly, both of them having given generously of their talent in  . thftt- f-fmwwct In the past three yeana.  - Mrs. W. H. Burl Waa a visitor at  Simberley a: few days last week, wiih  Mr. Hurl, Who ie employed in^!asber*  ley at preeent.        ,   ,  Mrs. McI^Bod, widow of the late W-,  McLeod. who/leftr here' about thjree  yearaagodueto the poor health of  feet- hu-band, and who died at Vancouver shortly after *-aa������*i-.jf LSstar, Ss  renewing"acquaintancos here, and ia  Mra, MllllniK-on*a gtieet.    ~  Mies Vera-liater and   Miss  Hazel  Hobden left on Satui-ny Jfor Vieto-fia  where they are attending tbe Normal ,  eehool   for  the  coming  ten  monther*  ler__T~-*      r  ^hls section hod,ita first frost touch  on Saturday morning last, and it waa  aeverr enough to ^ackesr. the tomato  and pumpbSn viae-?' in... tbe. low lying  lands.   ���������  TheHuscrof t school which -re-opened  on Monday In charge of Miss Randall  looks very much the betM*" for the in*  berlor renovating done during the holidays. Tbe inaide haa been -repainted  throughout and the walla panelled in  l-������matoco and- otherwise beautified  -"evey E-ye bawing the coiktraoi- ������ov ftSte  whole worlc.  Quite a number of the young people  from town were out on Thureday  night last for a send off dance to  Misses Hobden and Oater who left tbe  following Saturday for Vtcforia. The  '"hn-r-*" waa at the Lister home and waa  aa a camping is pot,  Creston ond Tflatrlcfc   Women's  ^ I* wo������t enjoyable ofh-lr.  atltuto meeting wilt be held at 8 p.m..  lioter school re-opened   on Tueaday  ^Ifriday+Sopt.:-'Utbrin.^.^-rb|b.'Halk|iiiim>bfr; vrith   -Principal  Pearce in  transferred    lo    Vamcouvar,    taking I ment and 't������������ a*������r*ed������  Mra. M*Maw_atne will "read a paper' on  Educatlotji and the members are oaked!  to provide thamaulvea with pencil ono.  paper, fco take notes to be. u������*>d in Ibei  dliieuaaloi. Ib������*> will follow. Mtm. Lywe  will also give a paper on the above  lines.'   Them: -w.tl be a' ahort" enteiri-Ii--  c-arge and an'' auenaauce ��������� that luiiy  equalled that of eloaInir;--'ln ''June." "For  this term, at ^ioy, 'rate' 'Mr.'_**Mrca l������a*  v������cry kiiidly ;c*>i������bi-i.Saj>d ,ito ..leach' the  ftmt year high sailiool work to Francra  Moltnouse. *fane .. im������������cro������������, - ������t������������i Jkhm ���������  Mitchell, the Uiter schalare who  paiM<ed thit Ka U--HC-  at mldsimtnier.  ���������imaian ia������illil������������aWMMlBMI������������aWWgMI  mm  ^TF������T^?*t^.m>m*mtm**9*^wm,^**^   _ _-..ipt  mmWm  !i������Atf*������*-#^^^^  -,,WiMtil0$8^8*3i^ v '^-r-"^"^..^-!!';* _������*=���������  'yyiij <���������?���������  1' "*��������� -."  * " * k *-  _;    .^- ,> -  *i"Hr_   I^YIIDyy     "OSESTON,'  JQ.-  -i-n-Ti  -i-'rvlk  #,  X.  pipe tobacco. ai\ways m * its  _  .,.    *  -s.  _r_ ���������*_*_* ������rf*fi/_f  ���������fctf-- AT  f" ��������� ^_ =  #'  _C7_W__.  you buy OGDEN'g CUT PLUG in  the V^lb. Va  '---i'--*.  V  NEVER FIRE FIRST  ��������� BY-  JAMES. FRENCH DORRANCB  Co-Author   of-"Get    Your   Man,"  "Glory Hides the Range,"> Etc.  (Serial   Rights   Arranfred   Through  1 /     F.   I>.   Goodchild,   Publishers,  / ' Toionto)  withia him promptly interposed barrier against.his blurting oj_t the facts,  pQlice fashion. . He felt that.he must  "Ybufve 'come to the right .camp,  Miss O'Malley, but your brother won't  be in.-to-nisht.      In the morning���������-���������1  malade from distant England.   It was  tbe   sort   of   menu that "sticks to "the  ribs"  gratefully   after  a-  day lit- the  open.      When KSrmack came ln for  his promised coffee, lie found, the post  gayer, than ever  ae had known it to  be.    J_et,."for three of*them buoyancy  ���������w^.as������|oree& as" jigging at a^wake- - ���������  *\   \^ith.tact-_acreas>eu by the _earTthat-  somd chance" "slip  would   disclose  to_  theijp. Ipvely," guest, the* i^ews ,-that'- he-  felt-teniporarily should bo kept, from  her, Sergeant Seymour discovered that  t_e  ladies   were  worn" by'their long  run,   in    the    biting cpld.   ** He threw  open the-dobr of "officers'-i-bom/^dis-  closing    a    wood    ������re>cracklipg, in a  Yukon  stove and "two bunks' spread  with   blankets  fresh from  the7'p"dst's  reserve supply;.      _��������� , ** -- >       r   -   *  .' (To"be continuedX^ *     J  (Coritinued)  But surely you did not mush from-the  "Mackenzie alone";?"  A   small   sigb,   doubtless   of\ disap-  pointinent at tbe further delay, -pass--L_n'������n jnch of being as tall as himself  ed her lips \ but no exclamation-came.  Evidently. she .was a self-contained  young person.  No, she explained readily, she had  not come alone.     The ItevyLuke Morrow  and' his. wife  were  behind  with"  Tbe sergeant asked jfor the victim's  next of kin and who "should be notified.' -"  "Oliver never s^poke of his family,"  answered the factor. "Had a picture  or  two   on- the  packing box he  used  for ~a bureau, but we never discussed   low churchman of her father, then sta-  them.      Said to notify the head office j tionedat" Gold, Brit^hCobimbia.  if -anything    went    wrong with him *"    "*''  the stone fireplace and "Moira O'Malley-, divested of her outer trail clothes,  looked    very    much    at home as1 she  G.+/���������Vfa.f"!       ta*-/**l      i 4- ���������-_      **������t-/-t   *������TrV* fl*** *.  Not until he returned from the kitchen and the star-Ling of a "company"  supper did Rassel Seymour realize^ in  full the startling beauty of-the Irish  girl whe-had come to them at such an  "unfortunate 'moment.      She was With-  as she stood there on the hearth. Her  lampblack, hairrcoiled low .on"-her  lovely neck, actually was dressed to  show her Small ears���������and almost had(  he forgotten that while women had  pairs of such  -   -FPR"   BOYS    A IM D    Gl R1_S   "-  ���������'���������* I ���������! ��������� I ������������������..������������������       ���������    .        "   I        ���������   ���������* 1^, I 1   1    ,"   _  / ��������� '     "*    kT - ."-'*  "I JTTI  C    chVETO-f ,  i-3 i   i Ll T.WAt^.-  - By  ������, A. Henny, D,J">.  Interesting Stories For Young *poiksr  ,,    Published''" By permission ��������� .  Thomas* Allen./ Publisher __ -  '*  ^ -������������������, <���������       " ���������      i ���������-*  r-r  another sled and they had traveled - A generous mouth, full and red of  only from "Wolf Lake. The Rev. Mor- ! lips, sent his eyes hastening-"on their  row, it seemed, was a friend? and fel-   fleeting inspection when  she  became  Dear eyes, the lad    was    peculiar    in  some ways.      You'd think "  The sergeant's interest seemed not  to lie in the trader's thoughts. He  had two inquests on his hands, to say  nothing of the ^capture of Avic of the  foxes. For the'-moment forgotten was  the fact that he had promised Constable La Marr this detail. Moreover,  there remained that suspicion, born  from bis own narrow escape from the  Ugiuk-line^ thp.t there was more behind {he murder than appeared on the  surface. He led the way from the  hut; waited until La Marr had affixed  another ^police seal on the door, then  moved ahead into the main trail, a  sled-wide path w*fich camp traffic kept  beaten down * between" the banks of  snow.  A. SuGUl 11VU1      UUIYll-UOlt     DIOlllCU  them. From out of the increasing  duskr> bells" jangling, , bushed tails  waving , like banners, dashed a_ dog  team dragging a light sled. "Wonder--  ing,  they  flattened against the  snow j  the only, although, after one" glance,  into her wonder face he was hating  himself the mpre for having let the  fox hunter get away from him.  The missionaries were having trail  trouble, she continued. Being so near  journey's end, she had dashed on with  her lighter load,, hoping to send her  brother to help them into camp, as  well as being the earlier to the reunion. ��������� *  . "Constable NLa Marr will go" but-*-at  once," declared the sergeant. "How  far are they?"  "Scarcely a mile. "We were in sight  of "your flag when they spilled."  La Marr at onfte took the'back trail,  not waiting to go to the post for the*  worn police team* nor, considering the  distance, wishing to experiment vvitli  the girl's strange huskies.  *-At   -the    moment    Moira turned to  quell an incipienlTdog fight;>the sergeant turned quickly to Karmack.  "Not a word' to her until after the  to give gangway.      The arrival of a* I-inquest���������until we've a chance to break  strange team .at that time of the year j it to her gently,  aware of his* presence in the kitchen  doorway.   * If the even rows of pearls  'Only musnedirom "wolf Lake!" ex- i behind  those  lips liau  flashed hinjr a  claimed Constable La Marr, stressing   smile then, th-si', temptation must have  was an event.  j The sled was braked to a halt a-few  yards .down the trail. A tall driver,  slim despite an envelopment of furs,  sprang from the basket and "tTaited  for them to come up.  "I thought I recognized a uniform  impasting���������and I need direction."  The voice sounded clear as ^i-*bell on  the evening frost and unmistakably  feminine.      Moreover, it carried none  The trader nodded agreement and  was introduced when she had straightened out her team. -  -  "Mr. Karmaclc was���������is your brother's chief here atj.lor/ety young Armistice.^' ' x-  . For a moment he held his breath  for fear the verb slip would be noticed and the question^of tense raised.  The girl, however, was too much interested in her surroundings to heed  of the accent peculiar    to    the    half- - The  trader helped by  bowing in  his  been too great. Her slender figure  merely hinted at rounding out in its  mould .of black blanket-cloth. He  glanced -shyly.-at her ankles���������always"  the cover-point in his estimate of  feminine pulchritude. She still wore  her- trail inuekluks ' of' fur,' .clumsy  looking- as a .squaw's sacking, but he  knew beyond doubt how silk stockings  and pumps would become her.  In tije eyes lie had remarked on tii?*-  trail,, however, Moira's beauty reached its highest peak, he decided. They  were as-blue as the heart of an' Un-  gova icebeVg and as warm as the fire  which glowed behind her. They looked out at him. In a friendly, inquirfhg  way from behind lashes as^dark as  an Arctic winter night.      -   ' "v  And *ou the morrow those lashes  ,would be wef. ,with tears^of grief. At  the moment he'd.gladly have given his  hope of h������3aven to have ushered a  laughing young Oliver O'Malley into  the room.      _; ^,-  "Decoratlve, to say the least," she  remarked, at last flashing him tbe  threatened smile.  ''Yes,- ma'am���������what, ma'am?'*, be  stammered. ."_.".  _ "The uniEorn_o:i*_e^"Mounted as you  wear it in -that door frame." she teased him. "At -that, I'd rather see It���������  you on a horse.','     ' ^  JEIe fell back on the defense he knew  ���������sa pretense' of Seriousness. '"tip  here" we're the Royal Canadian Dis-  Mounted Police, Miss O'MaHey.'   ~~We  -   "  ' BETSV'^       _   -\f,   '  ,~ Henry W.' Longfellow, the poet,.telIs  us that  "Lives of great menr.all remind us*  ^  "We can make our" lives _ sublime,   ,  And* departing,, leave behind us,  Footprints in tbe* sands o������ time.  "Footprints that- perhaps another,  -- Sailing o'er .lifers solemn main,  A forlorn and "shipwrecked "brother,  Seeing, may take beart^again."  That Is all Beautifully" true. ** It is  also true that many a bumble, obscure,  life can teach us lessons of trust" and  loyalty, and devotion to good things.  The story I am ginog to tell you is  about a humble Indian girl, -whose  forefathers had been all savages, but  whose home -was a Christ "an one  ""among the simple native children of  the North,  Over fifty ye: is before the time of  our story, an uncliristianized band- of  Indians fished in the Inland waters,  trapped inthe forest for minfe-and otter, muskrat, bear or-silver fox-; and  paddled the lake in-birch barks; somes,  a?v.������'^j.id_.c;_.i,a.i_.������^   j] jja ���������  jjauuic  strokes by a sail contrived of a" blanket fastened to a *po!e cut from ' a  neighbouring bluff. -    -  From far over the Atlantic came .a  brave man, with a heart full-of peace,  and anxious to acquaint tbe native  with the brightness of bis own life.-  It meant much to settle in, such a  district in early days* long^-before the  Iron hors$ had made a path across the  ~^- ..a...   j.t^ ,   k_���������-*.ri7 T  p?a.ii\i6;   uSyt* "wuij������i  -.xtc-.icVui.- iruiiuu ivn  wandering way ^over rock and soil,  skirting the. bluffs, penetrating forest,  mounting granite bills or -hiding ifcself  in rocky ravines.  * And even \fter the perils of the  trail-were passed, there still-remained  the privations \of the lonely Mission,  mother of hei -/who "waa^knoiivn aa  Betsy.* iBetsy grew into a,girlhood  that, was' .beautiful, even: from" tbe  white man's point.of vision.,-'  .  She was gentle'as" the breath of the  south-wind, with, a sweet "grace'of  m5������nn?r_jEL_!d a "consistenc-*'' of life that  made' her a strong support "to tbe man  who catne"~to them In his -carioe.  To. be,-a follower of Christ seemed.,  natural to her, for she had His spirit,  .arid was full of unselfish thoughtful-,,  uess.     *" ,_ - , ., -  One day as she-was walking along,  the "river edge she saw a" child Slip and'  fall.      Without a moment's hesitation-  she plunged into    the*   deep,    brown  stream, six fathoms at the rock,  and  brought the <shild isa fe to* its parents'  tepee.  . It was early in the spring and  the waiters, were cold, and before-night  a raging fever laid her low.     ' .._,  '���������For weeks, she suffered, waited upon'  by the "heathen medicine man, uncomplainingly swallowing" tfci.e hideous  compounds from his - mix-all bottles,  and slowly sinking under the fatal grip  -tsa.    jp_������5���������1JUVJUJI���������. r _,--  .The young husband refused at first  to allow t_e approach of - the white  doctor, and the missionary could only  pray  and. hope.  Finally,' when on-i day the~ light  burned low, tbe. obstinate ��������� young Indian bowed u before tbe .cocSpelling'  force of necessity, and-prqper medical  attendance began." Then the doctor  took hold/ nursing her as .though she  wers-fcis -own" "fch"i_---wa._cKi_s"syii_p-'-  toms arid succeeding in bringing back  hopeful    conditions * Into tbe wasted  ���������P������a.--'W������A,  j.* ctXi-.!--'- _ /-  (To be" continued)  breed mission-trained women who  spoke English. They looked closer  into a face of pure white and jeyes that  might have been brushed into the pallor with a sooty finger.  A white " woman in Armistice���������a  young and comely girl of their own  race! Think how incredible it must  seem to three who had settled drfwn  to an October-April winter of isolation.  "I'm Sergeant Seymour, of the  Mounted, in charge of this detachment," offered the policeman,, for once  speeding his speech. "Who're you  looking for, ma'am?"  ���������1 must find Oliver O'Malley's fur  trading store."  "And who might be seeking our  young trader?" The scrsc-ant kept  from his voice any hint of the dread  that had clutched Him.  "Irra Moira O'Malley of British Columbia���������his sister."  This    astounding    complication left  the three men speechless, glad lor the  dusk that helped mask the consternation   that   must   be   written   on   their  -*-fac<.*3.  CHAPTER IV.  Best Of Bad Business  In hla grown-up life. Sergeant Seymour had met a procession .of emer-  fc.-nclos. Seldom had he failed to do  the right and proper thing-���������the best  for all eonceim-d. But never had h-e  fact-Hl a more difllcult. proposition than  that preHent'id hy the young woman  who now faced him'on the trail, awaiting news of tin, brother she had.Jpur-  ncyed ao r"ar to join.  When ho thought, of what lay In the  but thf*y nad just repUieed under  MminU'd Police st-ul, he was dhArcss-  ed lo fhr* quick. When he pondered  the dlHtre-ss ami ill-nrippolnlment that  m-t be !>(**������������������������������������ when r<be l<*:*rr.e'l the  trui.hr Unit hidden, strain ol* kSndw-t-H  Stiff Joints  Limber  up>with   Mlnard's  Liniment.     Leading athletes uae it.  ,in iniii���������.ai  W,    N.    U.    1632  best manner and seizing one of her  mittened hands in both his own for a  warm greeting.    *���������  "A fine lad, Oliver. Dear eyes,  what a fine chap!"'  His startling exelamative caused her  own eyes to open, but Karmack merely grinned in amiable fashion.  "I hope you and your friends will  accept the poor hospitality of the trading post, at least for this night," he  concluded heartily. "We'll have  plentv of room "  "But isn't there a mission house,"  began the girl. "I thought.the Morrows " (- *  Seymour Interrupted.  ���������"Nothing doing, Karmack, with your  commercialized hospitality. They're  the first'visitors', o-f the winter; I claim  them in the name of the king." Ho  turned to the gij-l.. "The mission  house hasn't been opened for months'  We'll make you comfortable at the detachment barrack���������won't have to use  the guard room, either. If you'll draw  rein at the flag pole-V���������"      v v  Her "mush���������mush on!" to" the dogs  rang clear and gave the policeman further speed*/ with the factor.  "You   couldn't   have  her, there   tonight,  Karmack,  in  view   of  what.   1}  have   to -toll   her   to-morrow.     Her ���������  brother's things scattered all about���������  she'd ask too many questions.     Have  you tangled in no lime."  Again Karmack nodded agreement.  He hadn't .houghl. of that. but. only of  being hosp'ltnble. It would have been  a treat, though, to entertain such a  charmer under the ehaperonage of the  n-lBsionnrv couple. Ho would send  up some butter for their supper. "Chat  I of t.h<: police stores smelled to the  heavens.  "That'a    fine;    il*    our������ came from  cow--*,   thev   were  athletes,"   Soymonr  replied   with   a   grimace.       "Come  up  wii.ii youim']  you'd   nend  and. kennel  mala mute.s  tboi-'-'s any  in j. dkvt.ar.cc."  The l!'oluU*>n of ArmiftHeci, with 11 h  dimcultlesy^f tn������n������portatlon, combined with ita newneMH arya police post  canned even the living room of the dr-  taciiijutnt to i_kc on a Luri.eel-.-like  ati;.t>.:rlty,  The bear,? fumUure h<wl been made  on th*-; flpr-t xind wan rill foo vnwllc,  Thei*^- wer* hunkn alon". three wftllH  and a f.eiitr**rlfi-' *>t aVAna u|ion the  roueh hoard.'- of tbe floor. A HHin-  Ki-������pb or King r;e-,rf-'\ draped with ihr>  col6rn, or-rupled ft por-.lflnn of honor,  th-Y only deeoriit-ion b������ln*c ������ print of  (..���������> wUU-lv r������oMtlf.r "f-Nldle," Prlncii of  Walen  know -' only    two x. seasons���������d������g    and ��������� cut-off from companionship^ with the  ��������� canoe. There isn't a single 'G-' Divi  sion mount .north of Fort Resolution,  By the time I see a*borse again, I'll  probably have forgotten ho*w 'to ride.  I'll climb aboard Injun style and try  to steer him by his tall.  The sergeant was glad to.hear the  crunch of steps upon the snow. Under the circumstances, he was In no  mood for-persiflage and more than  willing to give up the bluff that "seemed required. He stifled a sigh of relief as La Marr ushered In, the missionaries.  A quiet couple, plain, .both a trifle  frail-looking for Arctic" rigors, the  Morrows proved to be. Serious as  they were about "The Work" to which  they were prepared* to give years oE  sacrifice, both, were ."regulars" in the  ljrfe of the North. Scarcely would  rliey \yait jto warm up beforeflnsisting  on helping their hosts prepare supper.  Moira, too. Insisted on having a hand.  The lean-to kitchen-refused' to hold  them all, however, -jo* Setfmour cited:  tlie "too many, cooks'"''rule *Uid discharged all but Mr_. Morrow. ������'-  The meal which soon was on the oilcloth was more substantial than formal. It consisted of warmed-up soup  from a great kettle that held a week's  supply at a l:lm'e,".then sizzling caribou  steaks, sour-dough bread,, boiled  beans and bacon and, of course, mar-  keen biting winds of .winter, tbe ice-  locked lake, the powdery-dry snow  falling and falling until one wondered If the air hadljturoed to snow, and  when morning came little was left of  the buildings except the chimney tops;  the whole Mission was burled in white  as though shut up ln the garments of  thertomb.   ., *  Twice a year tbe mkil carrier braved first the heat of summer and then  the rigour of winter, and when the  contents of the mall-bag were emptied  on the parlour'floor what'delight in  once more touching the outside world.  "N  It was like reading   history   after   it  J_, ,   ���������������������������,    . _       _  was past  to  scan tluT doings  of tbe-.throuKh Winnipeg.���������Free Press  Rich Geld Area -*''  "An area which "in my opinion, within the next few years.^ will develop  into one- of 'tlie -"world's richest gold-  mining camps, is "that section of tbe  Canadian pre.Cambrian Shield -known  as the, Rice Lake district, "which extends from the Indian reserve at Hole  River, "on .the-- east side of Lake-Win-",  nipeg, to the Ontario boundary." This"  statement was made by J. JEV Cole, a  mining engineer of New -York, who  has just returned from an extensive  tour of the-area hT'the Interests of  American. - capital, . while     passing  for- Corfu-.'. And! wls'Ii  your man for their dogs  (hem tor the night.      My  mis-"- Bllly-bluo when  new .canine clan in snifr-  At.SO Year**} Of Agre  Was Troubled With  Shortness Of Breath  Palpitation Of The Heart  And Fainting- Spells  .  ���������   iin      .ni^i-i '  Mra. M. O'Connor, -White-done, Ont.,  wiltesi:���������"( have been troubled, mo_i  of my llfe^-wltli shortness of breath,  palpitation of tho heart and fainting  ape]la. I won advised by a friend to  try MilbunVi. Heart and Nerve Pills,  -which I did- nnd at once found roller, nntl I havo never had *a really,  bad -spell t_ln.ee.*   -  3 jiui *"������ yc'u��������� of ago i'������n������" ���������3w-ya  keep them In tlio boiiso, and when'I  f<.fti any nymplomo of my, old trouble  coming on all I havo to do Is to take  a few donert. WJth tho help of your  rJll������rt I expecit In ������no manyyoara yol.  I nlwnyit recommend them to anyone  who !������ j-u'tferinff from heart -trouble.''  Mllburn''- Heart r������nt1 Nervo Pills are  COc a box at nil dealcm. or mailed  direct on receipt of price, by The T.  But Iokk blazed cheerfully In} MJlburn Co., Limited, Toronto, out  year. ' It was like a breath from the  dear old home to soe the familiar  postage stamps and to read the welcome words of dear ones from letters,  enclosing home flowers and fragarit  love messages, '<���������.--.  In all this life no [one made greater sacrifice than the missionary's-wife,  who saw no:women save her dusky,  pagan sisters with the dark brown  eyes with a yearning- look m them.  Many   years    ago    Keewiatin, .; the  "North Wind" with his little daughter.  Akwinanoh��������� were sitting by-"their wigwam door looking-kdown the, long  stretch of the Northern Lake,, when  suddenly a . stranger apparition' some  miles away* tistartled them into attention; Their -cry gathered -Impst the  whole camp, which watched with won-  der-and amaze a changing object moving toward then*., but unexplalnable  by even their keen. Indian sight.  Whatever, it was it gleamed and  glistened in the setting nun until finally Keewa.tln, with a glimmer of Inspiration in. his oyoB, nald, "I know  whatsit Is. It is an island of light."  Ho was nearer the truth V than .ho  knew; for Jl waB tho tin oanoo of the  English missionary, the tin reflecting,  1n ncintillatinc: ra3'*3, tlio Bunlicht, anw  the canoe bearing the messenger .of a  light that so far had never yqt, shone  for thorn,     Every stranger excites the  The man who ,gets rattled generally has a-Screw loose somewhere.  .*���������"&  7:^A.  ���������������������������*���������  I Was Greatly:-Ben-^ted''W-.^  Vegetable Compound      n  '���������-,*���������,'    ,7    :":7/   ' -   ��������� \    '       '.-   ,|   '   .   ���������: ',7,..'.'-;      ���������"   ''   *��������� *"'.''      /''���������*-.'  pg^HMPMMMMNMaMMMMWa-) - '     , -  .   Sydenham, Ont.----"i took your  medicine before my baby was born, and  itwas a great bolp to me J������b J wasyery  poorly until I had started to. take it. I  lust felt as thdugh-I was tired out all <  the time atid~would have "weak, faint  Bpells. My nerves would bcther mc-un-  tfi Icould -rot littlereat,^^ nipht^day.  X wub told W a friopd to ^ako Lydia B.  _-inldjamrB'.Vegelablo,.^mEpmd, and I  only took a few bottles and it helped mo . ���������'.  ���������wonderfully. 1 would recommend it to,  any woman. I. am doin-j -what I. enn to-  Vccommend thia good medldno; I will  lend that little book you sent mo to any  ono I can help.   You can with the great-. .    \  - - '     "��������� ._.   __,_. _������. __,__. _*_.   I_a_   u^^.n_J    ������-_1h.'      *������ ������������������  curiosity of tho sayage man, but Akri oat of pleasure ubo my name in regard to  wlnanob hnd.n now objeot'of-Intereat   ftie Vegetable Compound 3f It will help  from that day, for with tho white mart  came a tiny, white baby that soon grew  into the pet of tho reserve,  Tho little daughter of tho' North  Wl-d utloj-U-d Iho whiic man's child  as her special charge, and while the  .missionary "wor'ced and ��������� prayed to  bring the Qosp'td of the ChrJat-cblld  Into.tlio hearts of the Saulteaux, in*  othor little' cbTtd. \nlowly bur surely  worked Its way Into, the life of the  brown maiden, trar-H form In������ her, and  through .its gentle pressuro Akwinanoh Bocm yielded to tho influence of  the, Gospel of Bellilehem's babe.  Later   niie    tiecimiu   tho   i.briHtiun  others T-tike it."r-Mra. liAHVEiy Milu.-  GAT-r, Sydenham, Ontr,  It !b remnrlcablo how many caaca hnvo  been reported similar to thia one. Many  yfomw. aro |x*o-rly.at r,uch times and gc& "  into a wcaltened, run-down condition;  when it ia essential to tho mother, an  well as tlio child, that her {strength bo  kept up; ��������� \  ���������'  kydta E. 3Pinl-hnm''B Vegetable Compound ia on excellent tonic for tho  mother nfc tlii������ time. It Is prepared  from medicinal rootBnnd horbntnn<i doe������  nob contalnnny harmful druaa. It may be  'toi. en in eafctv by tho jmuralnK mother. BS���������  Ula-nHlal  %-  3 *  r  nTBT*5T!  t>~w\t i ii_*__r *  ri-R-RPLTOl-r.  f_  EOMftTISM GO  R-ar-sUlTTaf-JH      IIATTI      Ml A HI  Ill-UN incBL nuitL iiihii  a^-A*fi_ ������,  F. A. Mongeau Tells. Hp*w  ~__e  Recoverei\ Btrehgth  After s EigM ';Ye_ue* VQff  Rheumatism. ; -.  7     _ .     ^-..   j  F. A. Mongeau, .popular night-^lerk  *t the T^iuce'of^aies^Hotel.'-lJ^and  19 McGilI--Coll;ege(,Avenufe, 'Montreal,  Canada, lends his name J-o^ further, the  eause of^ Tanlac, the .treatment-that  lias proved of such .great IbfetfelStyto'  iim., .,  .        r���������7-^'^j   -'..-'--_.��������� ,_ -  "Alter all TanlaqVhas d6ne-"for mV  ���������aid^TMCr. "Mongeau."."I  juSt ..feel" like  .raising^ -It   to VeVeryb^-y^^Z^-ligbt  rears"; ofr musc;^iar-'"?--xfieum&-tism y-h-ad  ;_st about madg. a cripple -"or*" me.'   XI  jot to ^bere..lCsimply hj-flfL.to. limp.  -.round -"on^a caie/   r My rnerves be-  _mo affected,', my sleep tin sound and  1 felt"; completely-knockedyout.     *   ,���������'  "S__N bottles of -Tanlac, taken eight  aonths, ago*' mac"e "a news-man- qi^me  ������nd I have had no further, trouble with  rheumatism, or iny health; since; "Sty  E>%--a-maW^  "Modern method*^ .of whale-killing  have ..become'"so * effective .that there  is danger of -the great* sea^mammals  disappearing fcoiat -southern- waters.  Charles ' E. j-3Moys*gf 72, for many  years vice-princip-l^and deanvof the  faculty of "Arfs/at McGill University,  Is dead.  n v< .. -*���������������- *_ -    . .,  j^bs Heiaricb Heldr newspaper own-  e_ an^,ledder of���������the Bavarian _������eople*s  P'arty'/tias been1 selected as the Bavarian premier, Zo succeed Dr. von "Knlll-  ingl   '    ^-Aj. /    ,. v,.   - ���������  . -Premier- Herriot asked and was giv-r  -en a vote of conference of 456"to~-6 ~on  sZ 20*5.000jOOO _r������_uT^ appropriation "fb  cover expenses^of tbe -occupation" of  tbe "Ruhr.       \      ->������������������'   "'       -    '  ,-;   Dentists fronrr sitU parts -of the Dominion and Pacific, states will gather  in^irancouver^frjwn, August 4 to 9 for  the -annual convention  of the Canadian Dental Association;,  !���������  the Airt __t Tins insure BIG SEN  be_ng in*" the same perfect condition,  when youjauy it, as when" the tobacco  left the factory.        t ��������� ;  on  . s  _a.^ is���������  aicau/  OJic-i. v ca    evi o  fine und fgeLtbe-same vay. , Anyone'  wanting ~io know of me~-whaf Tanlac  will - do, just p-d^e^mei*_ herei at the  hotel."        -      "    \* ^     f A:- **        \   .,  Tanlac is for sale/ by all good -dfcug"-  gists. . Accept no substitute. _ Over  4v million bottles sold. ~7  Taalac "Vegetable Fills ,  % For-Constipation. ~  Made    aii'd    Recommended    by  >       Manufacturers of Tanlac.  tbe  The government -Is carrying  negotiations with shipping interests in  Britain, with;/-*.' view ,to securing a reduction In' the ������ce_n rates on Canadian cattle. ^ * -       ���������>  An issiie 'o-f province of���������Alberta  bonds���������ambuutinff' to - f 750,0 00 b eai^og  Interest at" 5 percent, .and repayable-  3n fifteen 3rears lias been awarded $o  a Toronto . syndicate at a price of  ?97.6R. *      '-  Y/W////////M  _^H^ajs���������*  " '     ~-i������"*'  'Vbu always "s������.������e e. &S_: !_������������������_ p?t������g  on hand���������am-i _le'emply tuts ���������cs  UBeful.too. an:.  .\\\\\\\\\\Mi.\V  &mV//////������m  X- -WJ-UFAC-t-uaee,     er  IMPEBlAt TOBACCO   COMPANY OF CANADrV  ^s^^t^  Foretells Roadhouses . - .:    -k"     s  xFor Air TrAvellers  /  Shipping   Not   Yet   Efficient  Will   Take   German^'IrlercantHe   Fleet  *���������������  British 'Air Minister��������� Takes- Peep, 1 nWT"  S. J- J       -J.     ������������������        I       , . r. >  the Future     .;-'-*_,  After ^laving taken a peep i_toj the  future, ,Air Minister "���������Lord-- Thomson  came down to the Kou-.e of Lords re-  .gently and assumed the. role.of,prophet.      He said in- three .years' time  he hoped to have ia-the air^twoCkluuS  of airships suitable * respectively, . to  commercial and naval -purposes.*     In  ten^ears bo hoped to _e<������. at least six  airship constructors competing for or- ���������    -  tiers in this country and building up a  gT<3at^and  glowing*" industry,, serving  fehc purposes of imperial  coms_*inica\  ^ion,   bringing   pebple   Of ^tbS  empire'  and   the _ world   closer   together,   and  carrying freight as well as, mails. *  Sometime^W the future,-the minisf  ter  said, lie  foresaw  the  day  vrbea  noble lords" wwjid ' leave -" Parliament  House on "gliders with" light' engines,  : ami" wing" their  way "westward  along  the Thames "*7alley or -northwards,to  Scotland^:     On ' their- way' the>*  will  need a.rest and pe-rliaps they may call'  In at some great caravanserai floating  ��������� serene,   safe,  high   up,   far* removed  .from terrestrial fu%s^ and noise.    "*     '  . Let West Finish It   _,  t ���������! -   '  -.     ������_ - . Il  Plan   to   Hand   Over   H.   B.   Railway  MeetS With Favor .-  If Parliament at the present session  ��������� Wants Base At Singapore  Needful - For    Safeguarding    En^re  Says  Canadian   Navy   League  That   the   Navy   League of Canada  f It will be _ good many years before  -the German .mercantile fleet ..attains  Its pfe2waf standard, ������n the opinion of  <Jarl Stimming, director-general of tbe  North -German Lloyd.      . ~   ���������*  "FOr " some years/I_"Cifr. "Stimming  srgjd^^on his -syay home from a .shipping conference in London, "we must  b'e content with the progress we have  made up to the present time."  Leider Keep, managi-ig~*director of  Hamburg. American line, ^returning from the, same conference, - de  cleared there was not the ^slightest  chance of bis Une^esuming. its. fast  nreVw-ar standard - oft.,sailings to- and  from Kew;.York. foi>--rnany years. There  are no steamers available, lie', said",  and^construction costs .have. risen so  higb.that tbe-bulldlng of ships, with  speed must wait awhile.     >-  Is Your Nose ^        \  Stuffed With Cold ?!  :J  Mathematicians To Meet.  WBWPFUimif*  IDD  IKffl  lIU  *PDAimi_t*.  Catarrhozone.  from  Donl load your  stoinach with,cough  medicine.   "    *���������  Send healing me_-  ication through, the  nostrils ��������� send It  Into the_ passages  that are inflamed  with catarrbr  ���������" It's easy to get  rid of a bad co}d, to  drive out Catarrh, to"  strengthen a weak  throat    by    inhaling  Get     Catarrhozone  does not make provision^ for the early [ should, through its executive, ask the  completion of the Hudson's Bay Rail-  Domihioii Government to bring to the  way the "On-to-the,-Bay'" Association  is In-favor of the suggestion of Sir  Henry Drayton that the uncompleted  line be handed over to the prairie  provinces, "upon equitable terms." A  resolution" to this effect was passed  at a meeting of the executive"'of the  association held in Winnipeg.  '--The Federal Government^is urged  to make an offer to the prairie governments "or any of them" which will in-  elude "all of tbe physical assets of tne  uncompleted line, plus the unexpended balance" of monies collected under  land sales contracts p edged ' by the  Government of Sir Wilfrid Laurier for  -=:���������'Z .   _~ "      _    ���������, __ .   _   Murciuuicui, wj. S3i.    vvuuiu .t.������,_a������c=i   j-v-  It  frequently  ^ vu. jvc^oj.   -,__  ������-   ^-a-,  sages\free  from germs,  and thereby Railway,  prevent  ^suacy    a , bad   cold.      Two-  months*  treatmesit~"$1.0!>_ * small size  -59C7    Refuse-a Eubstltute>"  By mall  from ThejOatarrhqzone Co., Montreal.  -,/-'  Dairying. In "_askaSchewan.  Figures Indicate dig-Increase of Dairy  Products Over Last Yasar  .Reports oE the creamery output of  Baby's  teething time is a time  ot   the provinC��������� 0f Saskatchewan for the  worry and anxiety to  most mothers.)        f.     -  .    ��������� ,���������^-    .   ,fc^ j���������,������������������  The little ones become cross; peevish;   month of April received at the dalry  their little stomach becomes.deranged j branch, ;Reglna. show a total of 697,  a*  Held In Tojronto in ^--ust  Mathematicians froA- all parts of  th/. gjlobe will attend the Seventh International Mathematical- Congress,  which*' Is taking place tn Toronto In  August, concurrently with, the nicet-  ,���������nd constipation and colic sets lb. To |  "boiake the teething period easy on baby >  the stomach and bojyels must be kept  sweet arid regular. This can be done  by the use of Baby's Own Tablets���������  the ideal laxative for little ones. -The  Tablets are a s-are_reHel<for all the  minor ailments of childhood such aa  constipation, colic. Indigestion, colds  and simple fevers. They always do  good���������never harm. ��������� The Tablets are  sold by medicine dealers or by mail at  25 cents a box from-The Dr. Williams"  Medicine Co., BrockvtHc, Ont.  Ings of the British association for the  advance of science,   aii previous ses-; Brftimj Increases'Old-Age Pensions  sionp of this body, which constitutes:     - , ,, ,,..���������_   ������     -  an international parliament on raathe-{.chancellor of Exchequer .Hopes.Soon  tna'tlcal   matters,   have   been hold lxi\     *     ������   To Reduce Aae Limit   ,  Europe.     Over   lUQ   delegate",   from*  ���������Suropo will attend, as. well aa preBen-  iatlves   from  the  United  States  and  Canada.  V  067 pounds of butter manufactured.  ThlST Is an Increase of "approximately  25 per cent, over fh-e^same mj_nthslast,  year, when tlie output for thp province  was 558,230 pounds. During, the first  fpur months of 192-f th<_ creameries of  the province manufactured^ 2,380,830  pounds of butter, as compared ��������� with  1,832.536 pounds ia the same perlod--ai tional Interest  attention of the Hnperial _overnment  the need of Singapore.as a naval base  that will safeguard the security of the  Empire, was tbe substance of a resolution introduced and adopted unanimously by tbe Dominion Council of  tbe Navy League.  ^Preliminary to the resolution.President Samuel Harris -read a. statement  he had prepared on the subject, exam-  Ming the Question, from the standpoint  of. strategy, international relations and  the financial aspect. : *~  The president based his observations  on the remarks in the British press  that Canada had not yet tendered any  advice on the subject of the proposed  I naval base at Singapore to protect the  An Experiment That Must Be Made  B.  year ago.  Demand Frorp -West That The H  Railway Must Be Completed  The "facts" upon-which the Montreal engineers base their demand for  a complete" "Investigation" -into the  Hudson Bay route are not facts at  all; they' are merely opinions, and  there Is an abundance of opinion on  the other side. Indeed, seven members' of the Institute voted against the  resolution on the ground <t,bat their  western colleagues might hold a- different opinion." Nothing but experience will show which set of opinions  Is right, and all political parlLes In the  country are committed to the policy  of making the experiment In the na-  Experiments of this  A Divorce tiranted  After manv years of patient suffering, -you can be divorced from corns,  you can get rid of them completely by  applying" Putnam's _Cora Extractor.  This .wonderful old remedy acts ^in 24.  hours and never fails. Refuse a substitute and remember "'Putnam's** Is  tbe only Painless remedy. 25c everywhere.  It's all right for a man to talk himself up provided b������ doesn't run others  down.  kind are necessary in a young developing cojintry, and that Is the prime  Miller's Worm Powders act __ndly^UB9fioa*?1- for the demand that the  In Great Britain the women exceed  the men by nearly 2,000,0 Q0,  \  Cuticura Cares For  Your Skin And Hair  Make Cutlcura Soap, O Intmervt and  Talcum your every-day toilet preparations and watch your *} kin and  hair Improve. The Soap to cle<mrie,  the Ointment to heat andihc Tral  cum to powder."-'' ������������������������������������.���������:'  >������������������'������������������-.  A quarter.of a million persons In  ,Great Britain of 70 j-eara or over will I  benefit as>a result CC thfe extension of;  the old age pensions schcipe, which,  has received the approval of the House.  'Soti Commons.;.. Phillip Snowden, chancellor of the exebetxuer, Syheb. iatra-  duclng the ;necesaury/ financial resblii -  tidn, saId;slhgie,pei*sous(Havlhga��������� I'ml.*-.  ������������������c"-jm*^:--npt-..:;-nefcp-*sari^ ..'-of ySfii..  shillings weekly, will be entitled to 1������(������  slillUngs pV5nsion weekly and married  coupjos w"iose income la 60 ahllHiigrH  weeidy will be entltlpS'-'tb'������������������ohe 'pound  sterling, jointly, a week. The cost ol  tlib additional scl\emo will bo dC-1,000,-  000 Iu the flriit year, but will rise to  .������7,000,000.- v  -"[:���������'. Vl  '���������-  '  Tho proposals,.,said the mlnlator, la  no wlae, could be regarded as a,,.ilnai  settlcmeiit of the: proWem; of eld" ago.  pchgio-ns^' . lie Jsopcd/rshordy to pub--  inlt a scheme of motliora' and wJ^wa1"  pensions and reduce-.tho.'���������<ago litmt to  5.  and without injury "to tho-.child, and  there can be^o doubt of their, deadly  effect upon worms.. They havdibeen  in successful use for a long t}md and  are- recognized as a leading preparation for -" tho purpose. They have  proved their power -in numberless  cases and nave given relief to many  children, who, but for tbe good offices  oC this compound, would have Continued weak, and enfeebled.  . ; mm������������������.i \ ���������i ���������������������������������*)'' ,  ,X;������������������������������������'���������'W"-'. World's Deepest'Well   ���������',  1 The woVId's  deepest,,well  ia  near  Gob el Ins; JPrance.     Boring waa Btart;  ed iu 1892*, aad by -.9J.4 i������ depth ofcyer  'J.d,000'::feethad been"reached.".; 'k~k:���������  Hudson Bay Railway be completed and  the route opened up.���������Grain OSrowera'  Guide. **���������  London Has Sunlight League  Teaches How Light and Air Will Cure  Dlseaae  "Of all the new societies that bav**"  been started In-recent years the Sun  light League seems t:o us the most  likely to do solid and lasting work for  the benefit of maul-ind. Its aim Is,  not merely *,o toach the; beneflta of  sunlight cures fdr, diseases, and debility, but to make everyone understand  For Both House and -Sta-le.-���������There+how theso evils may bo warded off by  ^  hs;Adache;bil.ioushess  :'.������������������-. "-jNb t^sTidni'-'v: ���������  k������DN^YSvUVER,  ';���������* r-l BOW-E'L-Si = "-������������������ ::.:.'  MONEY ORDERS  iVftfrWoapi._. , ,, i_- _ ������������������������ ���������  ���������BHr* Trjr our taatw, Sh-uwlnc SKcU.  ������  -y^.���������������i���������������������������%,  Is a good deal of similarity, physical  ly speaking,, between'human beings  and tlio lowr-r animals, Both' a������;o  subjeot to many nilmenta arising from  Inflammation and to all manner of cuts  -fund hrulR^R. Dr. Thomas' ""electric  011 is an entirely reliable remedy "for  such iilltnenla ""and mishaps in. both  liuirtan beings and the lower orders of  arllmala. .'7" 'A''  ��������� ' ^mt^mmmmMmmmmmnmmmmmmitmmmmmmm  "���������''..':"  ���������'.. Eaey Matter '-':"'7���������--'.  ���������'Oh, dad, there's a big b'laclc bug  -oh-the colling."  i '  "All rlEht nt:*>p on it'arfd -dn-n'l" bother  W.    N.    U.    3532  Heavy Shipments. Of Poles  Thousands oC big polessjiavo Jo'Ct  Slcnmous, B.C.'. for Mid ill o W-Rte-Rnr  Stateii during tlm piin!"" few monthH,  There, has been Hi good, demand'from  that section, for telegraph and telephone tinea. ���������"  mo.  flfjtf  NIGHTS  MORNINGS  abundance of light and   air   in   our  homes   and   work-places;       without  such aid to heal*.lt and enjoyment, we  cannot make the 'most of our* lives  . -..,',-'��������� ;,,Smokelflfli--'"ir-Ulef-J- ' llg-lit' a-ritt  airy, dwellings"���������these are what the;  Sunlight League domttads. All C6"w.-  er to Itt~-ljondon Daily Herald.  It is alwas's sate to setiil Itcm'-nlon _!x-  press, "Vtoney Ordcra.   ���������',���������������������������   ��������� -;    -  zimzMi.  CigaretteE<aper.s  Lar^* Doub1������ Bo������,k  120 L������av������������     -A-'     AmilS  Fm.-t You Can B������������*/ *SW  AVOID IMITATIONS  V  Many mothers have reason to blesa  Mother Qravos' Worm Exterminator,  bocauae It has relieved.tlie-little ones  of awifering and made them healthy,.  ( Mra:   Broomly-:    "And    *ow do yer  'uabahd and yor&elif get along together  [ Mrs. O'Brien?--Well, I hopcr  Mra. -a'Srlenr;  "Oh, 3*������, very "welL  Min,nrd'������ Llr.l.nont Relieve* Pain  KEEP  T_"OUH. EYES  r!r.FAl5   e -RAH   A-*4f������   R-tt E A LTHT \  i Mrs, Broomly.  , "Ere we've been mar  rled goln' on six months, am" I ain't.  'Ad to call in tha pollen but twice."  THE   NH.   VtlNON   MMEDV.  H   H*ffl Bjjjg B*CJBh& B"'B ^a_P3li_[   aiS,n_  * B  THERAPION No.2  ft p^| ii^ _H1| leB| i^^l ���������ir*i'"(iK, g^fju *j"p  Mo. t for bUuidwr C-UtrHu M������. % for -locd-  DkLnOlsuLMi. Mo.arorOlaron4Q-Weml.nMMB.  aVOt.DtoV Lata.DTMO CHCMtfl,-r*.PtitCRIN KV������l,(,*M������l.a������.  Km.l.UCi.*.������t:%*^i.r>,.-it.wentac\.K4.U.\\lji.l.aaAm\  ���������rSiiW SI. t Ola���������w*n.T*rv������T HT���������!K..TO������dWTO, OKI  Wim.UUXK.UM.it SfWKILT. W������V* VOUItCITV.  l/min .���������������.,>aM.-if* ���������*������" r^-^^*--*r-* I Mlrmrd'e Llnlmentt for .Rh������<.������naU������m  -M^^w^^^u^g^a^^^^^^..--.  ^*Ml&MMM������mmmmmmWt&AlB&MMm^^  __M___u____4_Uu__-_'  i-ntSii-i-lniri-^^"^^-1--"-*^^-"0^^^  _������___-_ *-hJJM*__wi-hilh___-ii__j> __a������i_t_tit-������______________j*_^_-^^ . \   " s ."--'--: ts"   - '- ~*���������"*-V-"������"'- o" ���������r~V7 * 7,- -' - "-t"      *���������"  ���������* ,Z^krZ-~"A"^ "A-  "-'--���������  '   "-      --    ---      " -   ���������* r *  *""���������    7    *._,'_ -J"        -j*- . i     . -<-,.' /-/    - ~     -  iff-TI-T--    /ri'-a-non-wvK.    "-.-J". I. 'Ml? Mr*  a_.aj_.__,       v-ja���������_������KJ������J������������������'���������*."       J������������a-������a-  -  - m .  .������  r "^   -  -__  .���������-  THE CRESTON REVIEW  - Issued every Friday at Creston,, -B.C.  Subscription.. 82.50 a year in advance!  99.00 to-U.������9. points. *    _ ������������������  C. F. Bates, Editorand Owner,  V^JCVJSOi-aj-xaj. .!������. ������n���������������  i* _ta.ij_"_Ea. JL .  B_rl.      O  WHAT OTHER PAPERS SAY  Residents of Creston Aren't  Wailing at Lot  J. Alps. Aiken in "Regina Daily Leader.  CRESTON, B.C.,Aug. 15.���������This  district !***��������������� attained to a strong-  place in the fruit industry of the  province hy reason of the quality as  well as the quantity produced and  marketed. For the past year there  were 225 cars of apples shippea otit  of Creston. which sold at an aver"  age, price of ������������>i.2TG per box:, accord  ing to the statement of il B. Staples, a leading grower and one of  the largest independent shippers of  B.C. Of this cotal,~ Mr. Staples  shipped out 160 cars and is, therefore, in a * position to know. He  states that 1924 apples are going  at $L40 per box with prospects  fairly good for prices this season.  In 1923 there were also 1,206 ears  of lumber shipped" out from Ores-  ton, which indicates that while  Creston counts *- a lot on the fruit  basket all the eggs are not in that  basket. In addition to fruit and  lumber,'hay, livestock, honey, poultry and furs all added to the total  revenue of the district.  At present there are 2.000 acres  of. orchards under crop, scattered  over a large- area in the valleys  and along the benches, as the hill  sides are termed. But there are  many acres waiting for cultivation  which -will make splendid orchards.  Camp Xiister, ten miles from Creston, was the scene of the 3.C. Gov-  cannot and will not be. able, to control the fruit industry and market  after the S-fpiro plan.* For thenar  aa^or all "independents, there is ad--  vantage in competition and in that  connection they claim that the  fruit industry innst be conducted  on recognized business principles.  ������������������A l^scussing the function of the.  brokers with Mr. Staples, he" ex-  pressed the opinion- that the broker  has , an"- important- 'service to per  form for which it is but fair there  shall be compensation. Sometimes  in selling perishable fruit speed is  the essential to delivery and sale in  order to realize on the\ product.  The same might be true with the  approach of * Colu we������il_er. The  broker is in touch with the- jobbers  scattered all over the prairies and  can find buyers if they "are a-vail-  able." "      ykz       -    .   *  These independents, for the most  pai*jb1_have faith in the establ'sh'-d'  order, in the system of* tr*vde  worked out. by experience. They  are in diked7 to believe that things  are coming .back again to where'  the,farmers, fruit and grain, will  "give primary and heavy- attention  tojproduction, leaving the market-  Lag of hip products to -tried men  who have proved their int<������grit-jP  and ability. Many of these traders*  it is -claimed," have themselves  learned their lessons of the limits to  which it is advisable and desirable  to go in the way of profit^ taking  and are now able to apprcumie  more fully the rights "of "~the producer and the consume!8 t-o both of  whom they bear relations.  * The apple, varieties grown here  are chiefly the:McIiitosh and Del-  ibions; and the Wealthy  and" -^"on-  ������������������������"--���������_������.���������������.*���������������  jataji-*,      ��������� **_*_%������*������������    m _oimvi4*tr- ���������    ������_������_%-������_   llQ  _B-VISaf������l-.a9    ll*h������lCOOiT������     *vj^������^*a-> w-av^r ��������� js. *.���������*������   * ***   ������*j������  no wail of distress- in the district  but plenty of faith -hi -the future  associated., with ..industry which  makes for   success.  ?-SILVER -lORDE". READY-FOR ^CANNERY  -������.   r. >_ I  Mj"g_g������aa������������afT-i���������r-?ssaa5S^aBssas8gsiSc^-_���������i^ss^gfisss^a���������^s-jgs&^i  SrSiaicuai piwjvov tvr  , -���������12  ment on to fruit lands. In this  area there are 8,000 acres of good  land, suitable for orchards, most of  which will require a lot of investment is the way of capital and  labor. 2"Tot all the veterans who  came in and took np land have remained, but in the opinion of practical fruit men, the land will all be  reclaimed for the approaching bet  terment in fruit farming, while the  veterans who have held on, ���������will  reap the gains and advantages  -which -willbe theirs. a'    ,.Z  In   so   interview   with   B.   B.  Staples he gave it as his Opinion as  an   apple  grower and dealer that  apples at $1.25 per hoi f.o.b.; Creston are an even break for  the pro  duoer. just as $1   wheat is counted  to enable the grain gj-ower* to break  even. :' .With an.. .80/' p<2r.;; cent.' crop  in sight and a  prospect, for  better  prices than last year,   Mr. -Staples  looks for an improvement in  economic conditions of the district as a  result of thia reason's crop,    He is  an advocate of local home packing  and b_>x.making both   of which en  ables the   small   grower   to   hold  down the costs of production.  In Mr. Staples1 opinion there are  two views or theories of crop marketing and adherence to either one  makes a difference to the man con-  corned. In the one view it is all  important to market the apples in  a set. way and' thronc-h *% ny������t*m off  packing and shipping; the other  view gives first place to grow and  market fruit so an to make a profit,  which demands holding down production costs to the minimum level  It is a plain fact that the independent growers and dealers include-  ao-arte of tho most capable men in  the fruit industry who have initiative and energy tu make things go.  Three notable men of this typo are  B. B. Staples of Creston; Byron  McDonald of Kelownn, and  "B. C,  :UnIciti&  For Big Timbers  B.C.   FORESTS ASKED  DELIVER 125 PIECES SCAX- r  ING A MILLION FEET __  Costly Industrial Machinery Will  Enable Filling of Outstanding  - Specification 'l  *--|p HE "pictrure shows ar scow-load  a     --of    f jjeshiy    caoguS -   BvuSaim.  **��������� .   being unloaded' at   a Skeena  River cabnery in British Columbia,  along* the- line of the Canadian Na-  - .tional Hallways.    The Skeena and  Naas .Hivers are. noted for their  run of the   famous   Sockeye, the  favorite salmon for- canning pur-  , poses. 1*be run-of the **crowding  "���������silver horde" is one of "-Nature's  marvels. *      ' j  Prom the great nets, the. fish,  slithering^.,flopping" and shining,  are tumbled into the scows. From  net to modern cannerythe salmon  i-a"  -*-"      * **~*?;:'^ i -���������t.   ****      *"       "   *-1^-' * -*- - -  is -ontq-aepea-^by the human 3-ands-  A Mj���������vw5iif������al ������Onveyor- iaksS thein  from the scow to the "iron C_ink**  iiiSs-*;  ���������Q    "J^r% Kr- ~.       "i *    *���������    ***"    ^-������-~-     iaL    ���������1'^T~ar^5<."vI ~ -   .  . ~  " "  -__e:pEc_ed''-cans nasr-  niosg^the belt to* the test tanks;  ilangily. so-called because it'does  the - work -formerly performed byf labelling,  an army of Chinese. This wonder- f rooms,  ful^cont���������ivsnce Is ���������.tied -with aa  intricate " ar-rasgement of knives^  and cutters which -slices off heads,  tails and fins; scales and splits the  "fish;  removes t_e entrails.    Ap-.  are tested, -eooked in a retort, -and  a^a&v __c^uaulca!!y conveyed to the  Itftckh-g   a������d   Shipping  " , Among Casaada*- Jadr������7i-ual fish  producta, the codland the salmon  long-fought for firs*: place. But is  the past 16 years salmon haa de-  other conveyor then takes the fish finitely taken the lead, _ The pack  to the cutter, where each is divided j of salmon in 1&22 was, in round  into convenient portions to fit tS^ | Sgnres, 1^S������0,000 cases. But even  cantf. All the-operations are pes.- J this ��������� figure -j-*as"-������acceeded ,by the  formed under a continpous spray! igxeat packs oif 1917,1*516 and 1919.  '^ZZZZH  rnimm  #*a-a .   - 0 *ary  OH.HIIIV1   UH     ������ "Oa aitr,..  at . ,     .,.. .. f... t . ..  vaiv k.fj'.ttimi'DM  of these  men  the big co-operative  Recently an official representing  the Dominion Goverimnent came to  JESritish Columbia w ith an order in.  his pocket for 125 pieces of squared  timber of unique strength and  record dimension, to fill an extraordinary engineering   specitication.  To give some idea of the size of  these timbers the total board  measurement of the 125 pieces  approaches one million feet. THeiy  must also be without defect.  A search of their limits for trees  to produce theBe-huge stick") will be  made by prominent B������C. logging  firms, and there is no doubt but  that tho "goods" will.be found, and  delivered.   7;7,':7 .'^,..'.  The incident..illustrates the" wem  derfnl quality of British Columbia*!-*  timber stand. Only the -DouglaR  fir area of the Pacifio Coast could  fill an order for timbers of such  strength size and soundness.  Costly Equipment  At the same time, only the costly  modern eqnipment installed   by the  logflera".will c;i.-.btc the' log., tar fcliia  order to be yarded and transported  from the woods, and only the up-  to-the rnSnute machinery of the  manufacturer will permit their  sawing and squaring Ut the required  dimension.  Mil lion w ttpon millions oil. dollars  havo been tmn\z 5tt th6 cquSpnacjit  necessary fco handle the harvesting  of B.C.'* timber crop, nnd millions  more" s������ the ' maehii-sery for Its  conversion into finiehed timber.  But for this industrial investment,  nob only tho official from Otfc*wa,  but the buyers of the world, would  ask in vain for the,deli very of the  big timbers from British Columbia's  forests.  ,;../3r*r:  .y-'  .t;?*  :.-:'".^j:'.:..  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" -  paid; 'ggnSMffl'/'n'  dividends last year.  The ''profitonjcpal and- coke sales was  ___-_s_s ���������     -______-   , ��������� ,t    : ..,:.- ?||gij������n<^ej^^  ;-;**������:  WAk  .* "V'i*"-:V"/J---^--."-'-' " <-'������Z^'r'\,i������fe?fe������.-i5':m^ '  ������wn Bab just been   united    with.. the"  erehbol ai-^a-thelMier.   .One teacher will.  z^-'^'AxJ'[''^:x^^x!'^ixx'Xy  s: ���������?;flliiifl'-fllNiilBitftrjk-J-r*i__isi__sis M _K--_'--f_fn_'___E'  :?~ssv.;K  mm  Af:  izzzm  |V- v  11 ���������,--.  ''������������������AS'  ��������� ������������������!..*���������  ��������� .-���������������������������*���������-  i>uitk)-k^  ond^lUoh la not _mb������r-  ::.';��������� land, l.e^"carirartnif7over:8,000:'boiira  A' f_^:_w:iu^^-|--st-off th* efo^Haaag*;-  ;,--./_hd "fM0O'"-f*trt^.'iJ*������-r";a������TOV east'-Of/. the*:'.  ���������-". /vR_aB077.AxXr '::_:y::AyXAy':/y-x-:'AAA^tA^: '���������-  :' Appllcatlona-' for pr������--9mptlbh������ /ar������  to loa. addre������a������-*a "to'to^  miaaloner/of tho I<Q-id Recorain-r "Di-  vi-loa, Ih which that land applied tor:  la^sltaatod, ana fij-������ madbon-p  . 7 7 forms. '^iikrWeiv^f ���������'wWcih: ��������� can,; be. ���������' *#���������������������������/  -���������; ������������������ 'taln^r; tyt^<.iEfa;$^<i:: c__fl_tls������loin,������r,--  kAyykBx&tik^^  ... ,-���������_lva vy������_re* and - - ImjCMrov������j-oen4a; maa*,  '���������>--4f.t6v''.viroe;':*fv'-'f^  ���������A: ':ci<M_Miiji''iad^''0Mtt-^  ao*r<^ before a Crown Grant .can. .be  ���������:^:ro������Miliri^  Fc������ iu������-4-^  /.���������;-;.the.'::^:puii������jyin"'7:*5Iiow"L;. to;;:>:*pre-������mpi ?���������:.  .        ���������-,*_*-*_toM_.'Jk\ H 4 i- -"' -.��������� ".   ���������', i' if ..r"fr:"*���������_'*Nr***'���������'��������� i.r 'i v���������������������������'���������*- ,' .- /.''-1" . ��������� >a ���������' r" T'1- !  ' ���������������  -'- '  - JUBUBO*���������''---vVt *''*'*"! ''*''' '������������������'*,r-*I.--.1 <"������������������-*-'���������'���������'- ���������"���������'"���������'-'���������' -1 '--." < -��������� ' ''���������" -  ' '��������� ',,:^/i^llc#tloni;Ii*i-e  AC :clwww";;":Oa?7.;va������^  Crown lands^ not b������hiff, UmbarlanA,  .-- ������<u"tV������i(^6UU-UJ^^  ���������* -��������� piioe'i1-f-' l-r^-atilasa <arabl������s> land 1������ $B  pcrr ac-raK and Becona-claiBa <j-rraa.������r>  f. -..l������aid:.-'9SJrO.''.''P������r:i'aiar������.'.';/;Purther. Inform  matlon reffardiiiff purchaee or leaae  of Crown lands is Btven "-in Bullbtln  No. 10, "Land Oerlet. "Purohasa "and  j-ease of Crown l4uadti."  Mill,,faotory, or industrial slt-sa on  -- timber 4and, not exceeding -lO^acrea,  may ba purchaaed or leased, the oon-  dltlons.';     Incladlrur      payment      of  ���������v';:-'������tm������pswjo.,'.:.:'.  '''-'A   HOMfeeiTE . LEASES :."'''' -^'''  "~-. j    Unaurv������y������d areaa, hot oacoeedlnB' >C  acres, may be l'vOsedu aa homoaltas,  conditional upon a dwolllnjr being  erected In the nr������t year, title beins  obtainable- after reaidonce  and  bn-  prcvement.'.condttlona aro fulfBilG-J  and; land has been surveyed.  ''��������� A^\Z^Z^M^k -;.',��������� 'k':-,,-Z..  For arraslns "antt' '''Industrial' ���������'' pur-  1>oimmi -rtvuf.' not '*m<m*Aimig S4S 'n������tr������w  may b������ leased by one peraon or ���������������  company. ::  :_Zk ':/":A-;./:ai^_4i,|0'',,::V'''  tju������j������Mr' iiii* . ������������mwlntf' Apt: tli* Srrov-  lno������ lM->dlvIdod into smudnir :'di������t������rlct������  audi;:the ira-ure administered und������r 1  Orialnv C*ommljwion*r. - - Annual -  irwMdn������r perml-i wn������ UMU������d based? on:  numherp raostosS. prXdmsT-ciag: cAvon  e������tabU������-������a owntttm. 8tock-ow-n*r������  Hall.   Visiting brethren cordially invited.  .7-7*-.-".- ���������: 'V-;-.^,-r-'V.N-^^^j^^|jv|  :-.^c.-'.^'':*'^Srtif������  < Second Hand Store in  i-7,-7-T������.<pP!*^  (..-'> X!   1. >.-. I,  Shoe and Harnesa Repairing  roRM of ''war torn'  Kootenay Itand DEt-trlct���������District of  West Kootenay 1 ..-'    77: :;,---;������������������'.-��������� ',<-  TAKB- NOTIOR    that   I,  Burptio  Hardfng  Bentley,  of  OrMton,   B.O.t  .occupsiatfpjjb ,"li|n"}berm&n������ /intend to  apply for tierniliision to purchase the  following desorlbed lands t -Clbrhitneh^*-  ing at a post planted at the south*east  jingle of Bnbiot 6 oJLot 400^ Group I,  G.heU���������c>. -"owt'uwrlv along the wcmtcrly  hnundnry of the Brill oh Columbia  Southern Bail way right of way for a  distance of 00'chains more or less,  -thence-'due-west to the east hank or  the Goat River, thence northerly along  '"'"'" '" '"  "���������"    '"   "' Rb  itald aaat bank of the Ooat River to  ,th*������;infcei-iiectloti w'Jtfc( jthe;!'aoutfci houn-  dary of aubloto, thiineedue eaiit along  the said south boundary of Sublot 6 for  o distance of 2.5 dmlnavtnore oifless to  rm������$&-.-.----&-r,~������������F .  ,     .right now to"-_e /as free from crime and  kZ :3Pft������'"^^a  ;'^e������^"ip*7l^^**|^^^  z^US-who are ftpendiog the summer at  ,K'aMU������:^a;Ji|-?^  :^^j^M^^:^B^^^^H*i������i^^  mo1s������:������^r^'i^^  ':? Z' _^ea;*������ht8' ''���������ti^k-jp^^^  iwrtt^ to be ^oiiig qui te heay y d������uiig^  to'*|^'^tomatb,;^  'cropS:i*t; Qliye*^; ne^r :_r^ntlc^^  ;7 The Great Northern/' is ':tiiiow;S givlniK"  ij^rthlli^t^  ^on ners ���������. Ferr J^. ��������� {Btoi;:: iB<������m^;^ni^'^ii^  .; -'"but two ti-ip8^Hweek:vt^^  A couple of ::cibi*8:.pf ^ilings|f\'������^|the^  a������>id St. Eugene cbn--ebUat'������r-iVM  w^w"r'shlppe^-l^.^^  expei inienta^ta^li-jfiientlaBt' weeit-;?-:  kA.x'::S'.-'A-JAr'^iA.AA^^  ' :.*J*lilrtiy.' '.������������������po.^rtcls- "'^../^Hh)..:,l-herri-?i*,-i  whlbh! Were )sent:to |i|^|^J.Bjrltisi^^^^  "EC'n;'po*iitioii '���������,it Wejnlile^;aire;i' re^tHted^  'tb^Wavo'aTrTiveCih^iror^  Pentieton is a lot healthier this J uine  :^l) c*)mia--v^d'1^y i tli'r tilib same :montAi-la������ t  ycjii.'' Tht* btiflpltill had but-0 fia tients  laotiuonth in contraBtwithMln jnpe.  1024.' " ' ' '���������' " -;".':" '���������>''"' '"'���������': ~~ a'j','"���������'������������������.  T.  ;.- , . ...���������'������������������,,������������������ :'    -:   'f$ . -,:..-'���������*-"' A' '',-'--.;'":l'7*'^ ' I" ������������������'���������  ;i;'' Ai> frNabtlctbh.^'a'\hbspi^il  Ws announce that tbbywili^b  -to receive donations of any nnsikleiible  fruit growei'B '.:}n"Z: that' "seetipti"' 'r-may  have. _ . ,_.r.- _;*,. 'y..,':-"'''].:.\-,j.y.-A'A'''"''A.'.''x':  : Despite the^* heavy'���������������������������Ipss.'.-;ofi^obse'ln  the 10213. foreat fire seuBon the Ledge  sayu tliet>e birds..' a. *e - -mm'- nimi'ci-aiiie. <������>.  ever this year In the ^ro*3nwapd;^d  trlctt '   ' J���������'������������������'���������:'��������� .-" ���������,;1. ���������' '������������������'���������"I' ''.' .'��������� .'���������'���������3tr~ ''."'.������������������'���������'  <,lranbrook*s" Rotary carnival at the  middIe of AuRUBt will nett at lenst  $0000 for the purchase1 of equipment  for the children** playground 'in that  'town.  ��������� '���������>������������������"���������'��������� -. ,--1;���������-.���������-. ;���������. -,...������.  Some ronldents of 'Rofi������lrmd are asking the council to have thi. .poHco do  Homf-thiniar with cow owners who'allow  tbeli* bovinea to rOiim . the streets with  .bells on.7... :y<"A'-' v;,-7---  'WAkAr0A::AiA:xAA:Axi^^  <^kkAxi^A:jWxkW'AA"AA::AAAkkkA  '--i..--.  -^    Ml  f-:7:S  7/*7;  Goyei-nmentf^  SV-?|fe|;.'^77^?..^^  ���������"*.*".  Choicest BEEF, PORK, MUTTON, VEAL, LAMB  ���������-,".V,i^-'^',  ^^AxAAAAkS'   'incra^^es:^^ ��������� iii^:gufo-c^i^.; Wt^rv|wiilt^7/. Buy the 'b-oBt./  ������������������.'.-:���������!���������.���������.:.  -'.,".:.  ',Ai< A  ,._*..--.'.-*-  :::!Cft*el"iitteB������#.9il!!^^  anio-nt of ready taioney is an iEt-:  ;w_Aiiiolile':a^  oa  You can soon posfBet������ 8ofiEctof?ie  .^M'ldy "i-ioa^ ....  * needs  by opening & Sayliifts  . Account at thle Baxd_ fluad adfS-  :.;iti_L:; tib>'-1|:: i*������^olsuti^7':^.     ';; 7>^ -:/.. ^; 7: s.. -;":-������tt.,  '���������"���������������������������i  ili_ta-l_77ili^^  -    ' ".{    t *.,. ��������� if -,_.   jM_Mfe-- ^M M-**M._i A.'*_L<_b _k > x ������������������ X  '  '. -���������l-'1"-*./ '"'*  ,-c.":  CW. ALLAN,  oraa-a���������-  OrCANAIMi  C3EESTON BR'ANCH.-''-  _ I'I.'"'*!J".'���������  ^  ������������������iV"'!, ������������������i-^-i  to  may form.   a-soiB-a-tloxum    far ' rtuatre  partially rroe.   ,  C>i������ntviit*- a*** **f*Jlmb)tJ - for    e-otilont,   I talnlng lft.5 oci*e'n more or latin,  ' -    ~"'tftwaltoi%  up   to   tea '.BURPEE HAR   "  ' Dated July 10, 1024.  manaoement.   aireo, or partially rroe.   1 tne |M������int or cornmencoment. and con-  ���������,y*t-llm.bl<-   for    aelt-lers,   [ talnln  ..ntokta'   '   ~' " "  b������iaa.  "With  Nelson  now  represontetl  In  the logialature by 1-ioiulor Oliver tho  Kootenalan    believes*   prospcots    are  much better for   getting   the   fcbiirl������fc  highway, between , Nel<-oti   and   Kaslo.  Applicant.- *   completed.  r<a_"?__r~_5__a  >'^i4������v-'.'*,  ,. ,     ted ������o be a:������igns^ a'W������^  nelfKlcnial of a strong  Are you btiUdina nfi bptK yotxt chniy  meter nnd you* Savins* Bat-k_ account:  liy thouchtfc" <������6_w-_toi-*M������a'������������iie-^d^  porit of all ynttt- stirplus wages each  ffn_yt_ay. mm  -.   '������   aan'l|-iia>  t-Ha-lil  -arw  f"a"*'!1 irwn    itr*. jk %**w  ONT.  . m   j^ag,   , .hlu l_���������-iMi  JLirSLJ.^f''' /���������-'���������_H  . Ontttton RraiaL���������k  jcC  Iteacirve iPundl; :|_O^C>OO^KIO -  -       -      C^���������^Be&net%.'Mmi*ver'  ,' ./vVlIJ ��������� _^_*^T_"ji*'1_ sVmm7"fDf __*T^������TE?  lull?      ^^J������lVllJ-ay*_^__iJ^^JC  mm.  1!  WaWa-.M������a*nal.ilrllrtlW*ft*������'l^������^l^  ������_���������  ������_  ������MI  li  mm  mm  &33s  E_a  i_wn  awwitfai  IIIWM  MM!  m i-i i -m       i-a-rS-i-r i nur     -  rf-i-ira-i-r'C.r-r'/^-V*"      ,Ti   '    ���������/"*  JZtUJ    ^^LS/lll.V XJ_J VV j    -   "OJL**.X!jk-������ i- *>-��������� -������   -- -*-"*        V"  and tU choicest of R^^s? Teas is  ORANGE PEKOE QUALITY  the  Tlie Cost Of Automptiling  There are at least 150,000 licensed automobiles-In the three-Prairie Proy-  faces, au.d at ia undoubtedly a safe and conservative estimate -to place an average value ol! ?1,00<S on these cars.      This represents an"**a.pproxLma\*e-~invest- \  pient for cars alone or one hundred and fifty millions of dollars. ,    -  The ptirchase ol a car is, however, but the beginning of "ihe expense bill."  Iu the cities and larger towns ownership of a car involves the butlding'of a  trarage in which to "house it, or the payment of a monthly Tental for storage.  In a public garage. Building permits recorded- in' Western cities in recent  year's include thousand's oC permits for private garages, and,-t-he costof these  would ia Lhe aggregate provide for the erection of many residences.  Then "before the car can be operated a Government license must be ob-  A Where   MuTtkr  Is  Commonplace]  More Than 10,000 Murders a Year In  United States  .   The  murder record  pf  the- United  States has  reached _ appoint where it  has aroused commenfi'rom the Americans themselves.. , .    ._  A   newspaper   statistician   recently  I put the situation emphatically in these  , * words:     i *.  '.'If these 2d hours run true to form  there "will be 28 Americans slain."  That Es, -it seema, the daily .murder  score ia the United States.        '   -        *  In' other words,. there are, in the  neighboring republic, more than .10,-  000 murders" a year. ^\  Bat these figures ^account only for  the murders brought to light. There  j must "be others never reported. Then, |  too, of the long lists oS" missing persons reporter", some, "unquestionably,  are victims of assassins.  More than that, the proportion 'of  murders to, the general population is  increasing.  "twenty shears ago the United  States -was twice' as safe a country to  live in.    ~__ii other words*, in twenty  KtlB^Biv  tained. -Tho cost of these vary according to size* and cost of the cars   but K^^ a^Ti^ taT^oiic-to  ���������    Inur   ivrftmwu   mav   ho    rkln r������r������fl    n+    ������1 "_ Oil   i������-1-   C9T     OT-���������.    Tr.T���������1    OT    TWIli   HTI fl    imf-nUlf 1 . - _- _  a low average may be placed at $15.00 per car, br-a total of two and one-half  millions of dollars paid to Governments. - *   "  Gasoline and oils are a further requisite if a car Is hot to stand idle.  Again striking averages it 3s probably not excessive to assume an .average of  - |wo gallons of gasoline per car per day Cor. say, a period 200 days in the year.  Any less average consumption than this would mean that a car owner was not  j-etting value in service ior his capital investment in a car.      Gasoline con-  -Humption--would, therefore, amount to 300,000 gallons a day. or 60,000,000 gallons for the^ 200-day period, and at 35~cents per gallon wilU^each the substantial total of $21,000,000. Add oils and._the "bill,will not fall f������ short of  twenty-five, millions* of dollars for. power and lubrication.  Then" comes the bill, extremely difficult to. estimate, for tires, repairs, recharging and replacement of batteries, and public garage services of one kind  - and anothr.     Let this be placed at the low average of $100.00 per car���������some  ; newvcars will run less than this, but others will exceed it several times over  ia a season���������.and another fifteen millions ofs dollars is'added to tlie total.  Still another item is that for insurance on the car. against theft, fire, pergonal liability and ajjoperty loss; also insurance against*fire .on....the....garages-  building. Some car owners may not protect themselves in thisNsray, but as  * a-Strictly business "proposition they should. Put insurance down ,at an average of 530.00* per car, which is too- low. and it comes to four and one-half millions oC dollars.  population,    has ' doubled.���������Stratford  Beacon-Herald.  fi _ _ ja_ -___. ���������������_ *>.mm  iicn  C i  y  1>w_.   ji wc������a*.  v  *r������  H-Zt  at kome br when s_iGppir_g,  or wh������BL"it-s y0*u_rl_gobct luck  to fee^iitat play-^^-and^R^esfo  X  Be-  Rkbbit   Hunting.  On   Motorcycles  coming Popular in California  The mysterioas"*'nocturnal roar of  motorcycles in* the open fields at.Del  Rosa,__near.. Sau Bernardino, Cal.,  which for s,om������5- time caused farmers  in the vicirir.y many sleepless nights,  was explained,recently by a youth who  declared thstt rabbit hunting on motorcycles bT night was fast be coming-the  popular sport -of the town cyclists^ He  explained .that riders chased the rabbits through tlie fields until the animals n eared exhaustion, then drew^ug.  alongside *-.a.nd grabbed them by the  ears. ~   .- - -^  ������  I  V  Delicious and j^ireslimg  These are 'the main cost items of autonsobiling in the three-Prairie Provinces, but they do aiot include many other stems too numerous to mention.  They represent a formidable bill of two hundred millions of dollars, or an average of-Jf'lQO.OO for every man, woman and child,jn^this Western country.  Eliminating the original capital investment for the cars, and charging seven per cent, on the ���������'money so invested, it will be found that the annual cost  of maintaining the, "West"s^large and steadily increasing fleet'of motor cars'is  between fifty and^sixty'millions of dollars".       ." ��������� ',  To the extent that cars are used for business purposes, and" are, therefore,  revenue producing for the owner, this large expenditure in these so-callea  "hard times" may be justified. But it is a pretty well recognized fact that  '.ens of thousands of tliese cars have been purchased aDd are used for pleas-  ire purposes only. _ .       " ^,w  Ownership of cars was kept in bounds and limited Nso long ars the pur-*  ���������base of one was a spot cash proposition, although even then some peeple  ������-ere foolish enough'-to mortgage their homes and businesses to buy a car. But  n-hen the manufacturers adopted lhe policy of selling cars on time with a  iniall cash payment down, it became a Case of"Keeping up with*the Joneses/'  ind everybody began doing it, many./little realizing "that the monthly cost of  upkeep of a car was all their resources.'.could > stand without also having  monthly payments to meet on the purchase price.  .'���������'-,. CEfcy men. use a car now: instead of walking a. score or so of city bloctca  to tlieir offices, thus losing the  exercise which their sedentary occupations  make so necessary to good health ami physical .."fitness. .'-',���������.- On the other ha_dP  the automobile has made it possible for city people, to get put into'the country and to summer resorts, golf links, etc., to an extent that was formerly irn-r  possible.     it'has been a'boon"to m_ny y&ung mothers thus enabled to take  lhe children out for an airing.     It has been an important factor, along witli  "the rural telephone, In banishing much of the isolation and loneliness of farirv  lite, and In times; of sickness and accident has becoMe indispensable to doctor  and nurse. *    -*.-     \  -^r.  Using Hydrogen For .  r M-kg DirigiMes  .'When.'' doubled up��������� at 7 midnight j  with cramps you don't -.feel like .ex- J  perimencing; what you-want is some-  .thing to remove the cramp. Nothing  acts so effectively as Nerviline. _ake  twenty, drops in a little sweetened  water, and quick as-wink the cramp is  gone: .Nerviline is about five times  as strong as most medicines, and because so strong, only a-small dose is  required to give instant effect. For  stomach, gas, fermentation, crampa,  etc., Nerviline' should beJkept in every  home. * For sure protection, get "Nerviline" today'.     -35c at dealers.  Germans l_i.ke Hockey   ������������������  Hocjtcey and" cricket, played by few  ia Germany before the -war, are gaining In popularity, but tennis continues  the game most In vogue.,,  While the  number  of  golf  players, lias  greatly  increased in the  last few years, the.  spreitd of this game is hampered by  the lack of ground for links.     Berlin,  Cor instance, has only two courses.  (One of Ntaure's  Secrets  Here's a tree planted 29-fc years ago  that -will bear friait again this season.  ..as. year it yielded a bushel of pears.  rhe tree is at Danversport, Mass, it  ras: brought over from England hy  Sorernor . John Endicott in ' 1630. and  planted on his a arm.  Whj- does Nature give 29-1 years of  life to an unintelligent, relatively j  aaeleas, tree���������and kill off men with  bu per-bra ins before tlv?y are fa third  nn old? Th she -)r*alous of her seer-eta.  afraid we'll learn too mueli? You've  noticed that tho finest brains usually  ar*v in. weak bodies���������Nature trying to  destroy tlum. ���������  The  Modern -Girl  The most deadly foe of the girl e*  today   Is   fatigue,   according   to   Dr.  Clella Duel'lVlosher"; of Leland Stan-'  foi*d University. "The modern girl  craves    a    short    but    richrlife," Dr.  Mosher says.    '"She fills her life with  Incesasnt,   activities  nervous bankruptcy.  and   thus   courts  Dust Ceruses Asthma. Even a little  speck too small to see will lead to  agonies *whjch no words can describe.  The -walls of the breathing tubes contract and it seems as if the very life  must pass. From thisrconditlon Dr,  J. D. Kellogg's Asthma "Remedy .bringB  the user to perfect rest It relieves  the pass rages and normal breathing is  firmly "established again. Hundreds  of testimonials-, received annually  prove its. effectiveness. 7  Tine title of doctor Is  have been flr/al adopted-  cen'lury.  Tho   "bald"  eagle  fish, dead or aUwe,  For Rheumatic Pa-ina.���������The'pains  and .aches' of Sciatica and HlieumatiBm  should bfl treats! with Dr. Thomas'  "Eclectric Oil. The soothing nnd healing properties ot this famous remedy  have been demonstrated' for fifty  years. Use it also for Inflam-paton*"!  pains, cutn, scratches, bruises and  spralnt., either in human beings or'the  , lower animals.  bf*lia"ver!   to. -������������������  ^-. ������������������..- -���������  in   the  3 2th [    1^ clothes make the man some men  must patronze mighty'poor tailors.  Hum*--    hair    varies  in  thiclcnesH  from the 250th to 600th part of un inch.  mmmmmammMmmiitwmmi tmmmmmmmimmmmmmmmmmmmmi^^  Uvea  cMmfty   on  CHILDREN CRY FOR "CASTORIi"  '      ��������� ���������*- ^'  A Harmless Substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric, Drops  and Soothing Syrups ��������� No Narcotics!  United.*States to"Assist Europe  The "United States is hot only ^willing but anxious to assist "Europe In  pushing the settlement of her reparations problem, but does not Intend to  pnrtlcipa-ke in any'political difflcultleaj  ovcrseasn,' a spokesman for President  Coolidge aald, commenting on the proposed lnior-alllcd conforonce in 3-on-  cion to don aider means of putting, tho  reparations c-j-portp' plan into effect *  Whethfr iho corn ho of old or now  Rrowth, It must  yield  to  Holloway's  Com Its mover.       ���������  British Specifications CaU "For Use Of  __~- Inf lain triable. Material ;  In-spite of freqtuent disasters to the  Tigid type-of dir|-y.bie, the airship Js-to  be given furth^;:lri���������l,:^  G-oveminent. The reco-ju of the.Shen--  andoah, though st-t.ll briBf, is encouraging. Ths longer-" record of the  R-34, the Britisii craft, which visited  New York a few years ago, it notable."  The'tragediea of the,ER-38 <ZR-1) and  the Roma do not prove that dirigible  safety Is impossible to attain.  .The    Shenandoah    is"inflated with  helium.   But that gas,  while non-inflammable, has disadvantages.      It Is  not so buoyant as- hydrogen and an  insuperable ob^ecttion'to it, from_Mhe  British   viewpoint,    ig_..that it^is ob-J  tainable-only on this continent...   The  dream'of a quick airship service be-  [ tween Australia and-England, via India,   Singapore 'and '   Ceylon, f hardly  could be realized if the precious helium had to be brought from -America.  i**"   So  the   specifications  for   the   two  great airships authorized by the Mac-.  Donald Government of" Great Britain"-  call for inflation with tho highly inflammable hydrogen:      It 13 believed,  howevc-jv that safeguards In the vicinity of the Internal-combustion engines  will reduce the risks of   fire.; to   the  minimum,     it 1*3 po!nte(J,.,out that it is  the gasoline vapor about the.ehgih.es  which has fired first, thus setting off  the hydrogen,     A great advantage in  hydrogen7I3  that  the  surplus, -which  now Is allowed to escape as lhe burden of the ship decre-se-Ton a long  trip, through consumption of fuel and  other stores, may he Used for fuel for  the ettglue^ ihemse'lve*..,    This would  Increase   -the   cruising rpin*;e.-r-From  the Buffalo'Express. ;riJ     ,_   .  ^ -A Wise Suggestion -  The    Maid:���������I've   pftcn    wonaered,  mum, why' you don't get rid of that  piano and- 'ave the wireless���������look- what  a lot of _ustin" it'd save."*-* -      - *  .  NERVOUS DEPRESSION  ' "and  Why "PeopieT* Apo^Lffw^Spirted  ^ j. *> -. *' --.-Depressed " "��������������������������������������������� ^  ~ Nearly all -women and most men  suffer at times from fits of depression  and low spirits: ^ Everything seems a  burden;*then come periods,of nervous  irritability, headaches - ami weariness.  People "who suffer this way lack vitality because their blo6d is poor and  nerves are starved in"-cohsequence.  The    only ���������v-aj'   the nerves^can be  reached'"i-j-througj^the blood.     By enriching the blood, -with Dr. Williams'  Pink'Pills the starved nerves are supplied -with just the-etements they need.  This is  proved- by the experience of  Mrs.   J.   E.   Dad son, 12th Ave*:, east,  Vancouver,- B.C.,  who   says:���������*"About  three years ago Tbecame very -weak'  and nervous.     I had pains in my side  and back," and "al?o suffered- from frequent pains ln the back of my head  and neck.     I "was hardly able to do  anything about the Nhouse.      I would  ���������wake with a start ln   the   night   and  my heart would flutter so-that It almost, choked me.     I tried much doctor's medicine but.lt! did me no permanent good.    ..One day I read about  Dr. Williams' Pink Pills and decided.  to^glvcthcm a.trial.   -These pills produced such a beneficial, change ln a  short  time that I  kept taking them  until I had used a dozen boxes!     By  this time .there was "stich ah Improvement:- In   my   condition., that friends  would ask me what I was taking, and  o������ course I was only too pleased to  tell them It was Dr. WHUamsV Pink'  Pius.     -I am no-w^feeUhg like a new  person 'and am doling my own housework.     We would hot now be -without  Dr. Williams' Pluk Pills In the li^uso."  You 'can get these7plus from, your  druggist, or by mall at SO:'bents-a': box  from The Dr. Williams' Medicine Co.,  BrockvIMe,-OnC ~,.:'7 ';' ;���������;',', .':,,1.,.'.': ",7.,,; '  ^  Wothcr!  beeni In uso  FSetchor"-- Crisforla bfti  ror over 30 y-*ari������ to relievo babi-'.s and child re u of Const Ipc.*  tion, FlAtulency, Wind Colic ant!  DUrrboea; aUnyln-? fc"evt������rl--i:������iM''������H. ���������*.-iV  taic Ihciufrom, nod, by regul,nl|tttf thut  9t<.mach and Oowein, uldu thu a&sluil-1  ration of irood;  wlth01.1t oplnteii.  Biaroatur^ of  giving natural  '1'litf u<*nulni>  bears  * it er. j*f  I  Capacity Caroo For Orient  Following a four wec*kf. lay-over In  Va-ncouvejp, during which time Bho waB-  tliorouRbly reconditioned, after her five  months cruise around the world, tho  Cimiuiifiui i"������ohU jBiupi-oHu of Can a tin.  r������-Humed iiorv*co on tho regular trana-  PitcHlc Bchodulo -when she left rocent-  ly foi" iOrk>n4r.l porl*-}. ' A. cnpiioKy  ri-f-rp-rt of blgli-clnns merohnndtse for  Japnnok.0 and Chliaoso lwarlcets, as 'well  11 h tho m-aial exporln of-llour, asbefltos,  lead, chfttreUes and automobllCB waa  S11 h������������r BioldH.  For &o<r* Fe-et���������-Mlnord's Liniment  Canadian Exports To U.S.  Products of Fore-its Helps Greatly to  Boost; Amount of Exports  Canadian x exports to the... United  States, for the-twelve montlit. eudJug;  with April, .l'D'2-i, sh6w an increase of  Bp-mollilng more thiin- 48 mil'iona of  dollars over the corre-fipondlng period  of 1^221-23, and an. example^: of the  rapid growth In tho demands of the  ���������United States Upon the forest resources of tho Dominion is furnisher!  by die fact that ol' this *l8-mUliiou hi-  crease, IH mllliions cornea from wood  and paDor..exports, -J^oxt to wood and  piipcto' export*!, 'animal products is or  KrcatoBt lmpor<anco In Canada's ox-  po'rl-s.to the United States, with agricultural and vegetable products third,  , .     w  Mft-if-rd'a I-1nIrnent Maala Cuts  -':'���������' IS111 lion: Fo r Qralin EI e vator  ':':-A; yotisijiif. $l,()0b,()pci'/^r;;t^  struction' of the.g'oVemme-at; gr������itielo-'  vator at- Edmonton, \w������,fi passed Itt the  '.Housei ���������; of;".Commons \'ixu'.:coi������l)mij:tQe! of  supply. Hon; Thomas A. Low, minister of^-trade and commerce, stated  that, the' "eleyatot"- wonild "liavo a capacity be,2,00(Cooo husiiclH, It,was hoped that it would bo ready by the'tlmo  the next crop was "moved. ;>     '     '  "*���������   YOU'VE TRIED THE REST  NOW BUY: THE BEST  v  ���������v./  \-  W.    N.    U.    1532  There is ������ dealer'Handllog Newcaatlo  j QOu\ in every twir"'!*" W-������������1--*rn Ca.narilsk.  I Look for Mm.  mmmmmmmm i*v-_i,"r: .*������������������> 5:7 ��������� - 4- -������: ,-x-  r.   .,' -V    *.  *7i'7-*,'77 .'.-'  wm  , 1,   -  j-      ^ * . . ^    (        "*- -      -v  ;   i  L  . TTT-R    "REVTRTy.^ CRESTON,    B.    0.  ^ ���������*/��������� &*-  /"  (Ma  .A..  Oiily: Small Percentage Of  Population Of Xke Dommion  Born Oiif-iiae Ox;BritAfif_yEmp'ii^  '(       ."a- ���������>  Foot  and  Mouth Disease  ).  Great - Precautions  Those who ~fear that Canada is~be-  toming too heavily populated by people of foreign stock may take comfort  Irom the. Census Bureau's .bulletins  Suia!y_in,*r~oTir population jqn./the}"basis  s>f origin and birthplace. . The -figure's  ihow^-iat-of 8,788,483 persons in Can-  - Railway Rivalry Im Efficiency  Country0 Benefits Generally  From  the  i --Healthy   Rivalry   Between   Two.   .  -> -        Great Reads.     *-, '7-  - Not  so  long  ago  Canadian railway  time  tables * were    honored    in ' the.  Necessary  For  ������da   only   890,282   were -born "outside--Breach. '   The- improvement   In    the  _*_.   __        -B^    _..*_.        -r?������ J  "tl ���������. -V        J   _."_  ._        __������*-J.������__.__. "* "s  running-of passenger trains on-the Canadian "NationaVP-ailway and its predecessors is most marked because form-  rly thepra-itice was particularly bad.  |__-il_r     +%**������_      rF1-r-_it-%cj- Oo f_ r* *"_-.      +i������w*_ -8-r-i      *+r     4-V. *-.  lhe BrltishJEmpire, and that of these  ������large number came,to us .-from*; the  United" States���������-"people moulded in the  mine "traditions and having" much the  lame ideals as ourselves/.,. -  In" the. decadevthe^-population of the  dominion increased iy 1,581.840, and  he CanadiaU ~borifc-' accounted for 1,-  .13,065, - white "immigration* from the  British Isles numbered 220,887, and  latives of other British, countries, 10,-  )88. ' Only 137,550 came, here from  mtsidej- the Empire;- 'the -..United  i-tates '(supplying 70T3i*i4 .of the total.  In ether "-v-jbrds^the 1ncr"5_se^ of our  !orqign-hqrh ^.population in .; the ten,  fears, excluding the United- States,  --fas less than XQ,0������30.  If we continue to increase our popu-  ���������>V������.J���������_U_V_���������ta  er  Daily the Tra:  Cana-fan Pacific pulls in to Ottawa on  JT - t - "*" .a*  th-f- dot at 10.50 a.m. and travellers all  .the-way from Vancouver are able^to  set their watches at' every divisional  point-bj the printed time tableT* Canadians travelling on this -train have  reason "to bs proud of" the equipment,  the train crews, and the" machinery  that keeps the track clear.     "**        -_  The country generally..must-" benefit  *j_-reatlyj\ from , the' healthy rivalry in  efficiency that "is nt?w.   being   .carried  on between its two, great railways," one-  ni.blir.lv and the other nrlvatelv own  ^Protection of Livestock Raisers  Outbreaks >������& foot- and mouth "disease, probably the most infectious malady ,'pf animals/ have never ocbhrred  in Canada. _ ' <   .- ;-; .    ,  f The'disease "hi3 caused tremendous  losses to the agricultural industry in  other countries. There-is no*permanent cure for it. While it is esesn^tial-  \y. a disease of cattle, sheep, swine and  ,goats?-^tli Bupainating animals a������e susceptible. , Hbrs-3.3, dogs, cats and even  poultry^.���������"ave been victims. Man may  also"-ttcome infected and-children frequently suffer through" drinking "raw  -milk* from Infected, eattle. :  The    British    authorities hav,e been  ^endeavoring at a cost  of milIIon.s_^o_  Trt^-.*-i'������-fcf;I������--      -a*-,^_      ���������*-���������������* ���������%������*S_ ^������*n-*-rw      ���������*T-������^-������      ���������"ri Prti-a-M/N-n       r>T  jJ\S\JijLM.*J.+0 "���������*W"_     "*~'A *aV"J������������X������i���������������i t_V/ ������,U.C_- U^k'aVWLA ���������XI *^������.  this disease Tn that country for over  two years, and those of the * phited.  States are similarly engaged In the  State of -jbalifornia, where "it was  recently.introduced from foreign conn-  Biro. Protection In Canada .  Is" X3r XJ tmost X^portance jt^nci  Of   V ital.Concern To Farmers  Conservative * estimates   place   the-jminipn Government has under way aa  annual loss of-' the^-Dominion through  extensive/'  educational -   program ma  which  will *_ndoubte<Hy do much tu  J. . _/l ��������� _,.. .    . t  t^les through  the  port of San 'Francisco.." --���������'-���������- ���������* -���������"  The Canadian federal department of  agriculture, witt^. a view, to protecting  livestock interests, are enforcing the  ,most stringent regulations which cover ."the species of animals "Land    com-  *aUbn'from the same sources as before   ;d.;    Both incidentally are striving to  lhe-war���������and,;the   door '-was . pretty  rflt}.e "open-rrthere as hardly a question  ^ut that we c-tn absorb .and Canadian-.  Ize    the    majority of foreigners that  come' to us.      Last year, we'received  #48,560 Immigrants,-of    whom "72,919  tfere    from    Britain; 20,521 from the  {Jnited States, and 55,12tT from other  countries."      In- 1912,  when  immigra-  Uon was at fcs height 402:432 came" i_-Lstafl,   an^  traveiiei?s  ^e .noting with  "      "       itisfaction that^&ir Henry Thornton  and-,his .aids^are^' meeting-^with .much  success in the same direction on- the  other 7. railway.-^From     the  - Ottawa  develop the foreign tourist trade'  which brought" scores _ of/millions of  dollars into Canada last year" without  going beyond the^ fringe of the gold  "mine that-waits to be tapped; -and the  fine train <Tnd hotel1 service that both  are giving makes greatly to that end.  -The C.P.R. has for years Jieen noted  for tli- splendid esprit de corps of its  while Greeks Italians -and Poles (uot  Gaiicians) are found.-mostly^ in the  sities,  150,542 from ihe British Isles. JL3S  009' from**the States^ and 11-2,881 from  other countries.  It   should   be   noted, tod.^ that the  term -"other countries", .iucrudes  Nor  "wasr-" Sweden   and    Denmark,  ,-from  which we get--*.-great .many "of -our  best    agricultural ^mmigran.ts.j'    The  Census   Buresu  locates   the  majority. ...........     ,   .     _. -    - ..  of the Scandinavian settlers on farhrsrt^y Arehl?_'!l_^!!c,!f"'_!!.!?_: Cana<?,an  jQurnal".  mo.dities that-'are likely to carry the  infection of the diseas-j. ^.  - _ If livestock owners should- have" reason, to-^suspect the existence of this  disease in Canada, it. is of the utmost  importance that.they notify the nearest" veterinary inspector snd telegraph  collect to the - Veterinary ""Director-  General at" jottawa. *-  In the meantime thej^ ^should tie up  tlieir dogs" and not permit anything to  leave their premises. Prompt control  measure's=and the willing and intelligent co-operation -of the stockmeu are  essential to -prevent disastrous^ rjesults  if tbevinfectiott������of thi<_ disease .gains  enti-ance* to-Canada. '-Everyone should  _ I remember, however, that prevention is  better than control.  the destructionz\yf inselcts of growing  "crops at $100,000,000 ,or'more, which  sueq. could be materially -reduced -it  birds are present iri any given locality  In sufficient numbers to/prevent the  excessive increase of those insect  pests on .T-vhich they live to"*- large extent. " - "**  -i  As this loss, is mainly sustained."'by  farmers, they  should be the greatest  ������.i*\s���������.*;MX4.a    a,i^    luc     ui uicCuuu    ui    .kj3.mm"  ada's bird-life, but unfortunately  many of them are not. fully informed  on the advantages to be derived by  *liaving birds around .the farm. - In ihe  -\-y_rk ofT improvements or draining of  swamp lands, many--of the birds' best  feeding grounds are���������'unintentionally  des'troyed. It has been frequently  said ihat birds destroy the crops, but'  ^abundant evidences has been gathered  by reliahle authorities" to-show that  the, majority-Jof birds, only injure the  crops wlien" their natural food is lacking.      ' * \   l        _    *~  It Is only -.vithin the last decade tlfht  an active,- organized campaign has  been carried out-to protect bird-life in  Canada.. Many individuals and "'societies have ben interested In. this  work, but it^wafj'not until W17. when  the Migratory Birds^Act was passed  by the Federal Parliament, that oper-  TSe Tragedy of ������������e TreelsssJFsi  ^     Forestry Asspciation  The other side of the-picture Is the  treel^"town^the--caTelesc,  slipshod].-a   seam/-9f~  lignite coal-'15 feel in  tp    -.^    +���������i.__-  +������,^^io,io.^ ������������������~i,^".'e, '^p ' huddle of houses Where nothing mat-  If    we    take   the large-numbers of i **.     ' x.- .       .*'���������-* .    -  ������vo     _--_i,.-���������i_     Y^m     ta-rteii.n*-. .������������- tat thejni*_B otttaney-i-iiere  .more     desirable     farm     imnii^ants,..     . ...      *,      . _.   ..  ������--������--      i-���������v.- -"--.v 7     -,��������� !,.*    A*;-?"   the homes are /but. places to eat'and  mere Teuuuna__iit,.a    g���������aalt-v :propor>   ^ ^ r_-i_ __-*_-, ____t^ 4_iS   lion "of our- foreign  imiialgrfints - who_  lire likely^to give trouble.-'' 'These "Jaire  aow largely grouped In "foreign quar  lers'^in'-our larger   "cities,    and/we  sometimes become  perhaps unneces-^  ��������� . - "J . '  . .arily alarmed lest^they manifest some,  of the social   tendencies . 'underlying,  mucK^df-'the evil in  Europe.     I Yet  some jqS. the most, effervescent of our  jo-called  Heds- hail from' the  British  filesp   often   from   the hanks of the  sleep, with ho pleasurable associations*"  to .bind. their, inmates ��������� with 1 ove of ".the  green, growing..things, they'cherished  in childhood- and In after life.j    Children, leaving such' a town "to go out  into the wjorlo, feel "no pang of parting  from the/trees they, planted, with their  chubby* hands."- -   They,  poor   things,  have never-planted a, tree. ' They "have  no-affectionate longing, in altter1 life,  to again see" the dear, gnarled maple  Slyde   ~ Certainly^tlieyartTamong the r*w1tlose taPPinE at, their bedroom win--J ernment .undertake" to-* dd-a  Hiiiitec  ", loislest.      These,   however,    we may  dow    welfiomed    their "arousing fy>���������   amount of drilling- in  the area,  suf  1      - '  --"��������� qhildhood's  slumber  to .blinkr happily  ficient to determine if the^'seam has  at  ' the"    mottled " sunlight ���������" dancing  any coasiderahle laierai    extent  perhaps sensibly treat With the same  incbncern that the' London policeman  rianlfests when he gets an .earful of  Uoscowlsm from the Hyde Park ora-  'or. The "bobby" has long since  earned that they are *not dangerous if  /ou let tliem talk,���������Ottawa Journal.   ,  ations were carried en on a business-/  like basis.  Among oth'er" things, this act pro-r  vides for the establishment of bird  sanctuaries, and to-date reserves ha-re  been set aside In practically all provinces of the Dominion. '.Among the  more notable, operated by an4 in cah--  junction with the Dominion Parks  Branch, are the sanctuaries at Perce,  Bird Rock in the Magdalens, and por-  tians of Bonaventure Island, off - the  Gaspe Coast, Jn^ the province of Quebec; Jack Miner's farm ancL,the municipal park at Niagara Falls, in On-  thickness has heen found on the farm tario. I-ast Mountain "Lake, in~Sas-  o������ J. As*" Mitchell, a couple of miles ji katch^wan; Rideau Island and" "Lake  ""       "~ " " "The   killing, or  ,7-*Loal Discovery . ZZ  *-  <*?"_-- ~       ^ .-.^   w-.  Seam  of  Lignrte Coal  ls~ Found   C^lear  -, Lavvson '- "  dispel the ignorance regarding bird-  life; in-Canada. _ To date over *r0o!ooa  pampfiiets have been issued en bird  protection, one of which, "Lessons lu  Bird. Protection,'", has beea authorized  focjise-in every school in .Canada.  Posters ..also _have been -issued con-  .eerulng the shooting seasons and othei  bird "protection matters. In addition*  numerous lectures have been mad<  "before schools -an_* oJ.her public bodies interested "in this subject, "is  conssectidn -with the latter, -*a_otioa  pictures and lanterii .slides have beet:  shown." v '  Anotner pnase *o������-educational wort  which   ha^*- been   of. valuable   assist^  anceinthis work, is the encouraging '  of bird-house  building       During  tb<  past two or tbrtie    years   .bird-house  .competitions -havo^ been organised Ii  various "school districts.      In  Ott-iw*.  and some of the larger* cities, the man  ual training fea"-berg-., have    directed  the boys^ in^-the building and design*  ing""of bird homts, and several,, hun-  "fired  bird  dweiiings  have been- buiii  this spring In the city eft Otta-wa alcme.  In addition a number of bird houseC  have been made and erected in som<  of. the nationafparks.  Amonjg the private organizations in������  terested in bird protection is" the proV  SncS of-Quebec Society, for the Protec-  tion--o������\Birds,-whicli";.was ..organized \\  Montreal in. ^1917 -shortly-^afier the  Migratory" Birds Act was passed. ThH  association has been particularly -active in Quebec Iri disseminating information    regarding    birds and  haa  fa-om-the towriof "_awsoh on .the Moose  Jaw-Riv^rhurst branch * of- the Canadian 1_N������xtionaI Ss.Iways. + ""IV. K. Kast-**  irig^.^-n-irilng _ engineer of the~ depart-  ^prient of iadustries, :f3askatchewqn, who  has. made an examination of the deposit, states thatjthe coal "appears to  ?be a-good average **������racle of lignite.  At the point where'the coal was tap*-"  ped in the process of sinking la well  the over-burden is only-34 feet. Mr.  Hastings   recomriiehds   that  tho-gov-  limited  -        And Siiffered More  Justwed.���������It's outrageous! I merely, criticized the biscuits "Helen made  ������nd she hit we with one of them.-  His Ma-in-Lav.���������Foolish boy you  tot off easy. Her "father ate one of  ' -vy flrst .batch.  v     '-"he Question's Solved  Comely Maiden.���������ViThy-jire all ves-  ,*els spoken-^f as "she?"'     It's because  hey glide so gracefully, I suppose?  - Boatman.���������No,  mls^'ltjaln't.      It's  because their rlgglh" cos^s~bo much.  MJg"." ',    '    '   '      -" '   '   ��������� ' "    ~~>  ���������  e  through the interstices of .the shining  foliage.  VTrees, flower3,������������������jgreen grass���������they  lilnd the- inmates to the hoiise" they  call home. There, In the corner of  the lawn, is mother's-tree. Its blos-  son'ia were ever the finest and sweet:  est In the garden." Down by"the,igate  is-the sturdy fir that dad planted that  day_in the Easter holidays of long ago.  You helped hin*. ,. He d^g the hole���������--  you held tho trae* straight while dad  carefully packed the brow���������. earth  about Its roots. Dad and- mother  havo long -ilnco gone the Wfiy of all  flesh. But the trees they lbvod remalh  to link you up to the memory of other  days when an undivided family sat at  lea -beneath their comforting shade.  Dnd's trees, mother's tree���������blessed,  upsprlnglng,' living green monuments  to revered rucmoj iesl  a_d  also to ascertain if there are deeper  and-harder seams below the one in  question*** The Canadian National  Hallway passes dbse to-the locality  where the coal was found.  *ir this coal proves to be as good a  quality' as- thought, d mining Industry  will -undoubtedly be developed\ at  Lawson, owing tp the proximity of  such good markets as the cities of.  Moose .Taw' and Iteglnii, alpo, other  towns In that part of Saskatchew^p,  to sjiy nothing of the demarijel there  would be from the farming cqin-^iunl-  tles Iu that well settled section of the  province. Xlivcrftttrst Is 60 miles  north ot Moose Jaw and this Is,, the  .furthest north /tha'r, such a larger seam  Cf coal has yet been foujid in tlie settled areas of Saskatchewan.    ,  Newel," in  Alberta  hunting   of  birds  in  the^e  game reserves is, prohibited by law;  "_"rojn*  time to time ".various objections -have beep made against the es-  tablfshmept .of sanctuaries, but the  necessity and" desirability of. setting-  aside breeding grounds is" now generally recognized by sportsmen,' and there  are many others Who are not aware of  the. Imperative need of protecting Canada's birds, son*.3 of whichT'an. rapidly becoming extinct.  In order to educate the public to the  need of protection fo^ "birds, the Do-  been instrumental in promoting* n_m������*  erous educational programmes designed to further the protection .of "bird-life  in Canada. "*  In the prosecution  of this work It  has been necessary at   all   times    to  Bfave ihe-co-operation of the  United  States authorities, "and ah agreement  has been entered into by the two governments- for "fchej-rotection of migra-*  torythirds.���������.Tfils*pact has worked out;  satisfactorily,  and game wardens 'on  each side of* the'border have "been particularly vigilant in " protecting    the  birds during-their annual migrations.  "* '        -���������-.~     * - *  The work JfiEready done in protecting  birds by^the Federal Gbvi|rnm-at, societies and 'Individuals has been of.  much importance, and it is hoped t*ba������  the next few years 7-Hl see a gradual,  4f not* rapid, increase In the number  of Canada's birds.     They are act only  valuable from au aesthetic, butvfrom  an economic standpoint.  v-  Want Newspaper Convention ' v  . Intlniatint' the't It was expected  Winnipeg Would bo selected, by '��������� lhe  board of directors of tlio Canadian  Weekly ' "Newspaper.-,' Association,''  which meois in Jnnunry, ns tho city in  ���������which its 3025 convention would byo  held, Promicr John Bracker*.; hasi ro-  ceived n conlmuhfcation frbrii "IS. lltloy  Sayles, -'maringer,' ''<---''.'iMai_itob'n};e>cten;d-''  ed nhih-vlttttlbn to the association in  a .telegram sent while tho, convention  was In session' recently in -Toronto,  which was strongly supported by tlio  western members.���������-Free Press.  V  FREE BABY BOOKS  WrlM to Th*- *lor������l#n C������.  Llmlttil, Mnntr*(al, tcn.  t-i. o Ua-l������y Wcllau-cs liookn.  W.    *M    U,    11532  Has One Advantape  An electric ->machirio that lays as  many bVlcks as 20 bricklayers is  being m'arkoted to tho building  trades���������a" feature of It being that it  doesn't have to stop every few minuses to light its plpo.~*-l-iamllton Herald.  /  Blsicksi-iittis  Machinists  Contractors  v.  BEND FOR OUR  JULY STOCK LIST  MAILED FREE ON "REQUEST  / **-���������  Showing Wlnnlpfeg Warehouse Stock, on hand rea-dy  for Immediate shlpmeint, of BAR IRON AND MILD 8TE*ELi  TIRE   STEEb,   SLEIGH   SHOE   STEEL,   BOLTS,. NUTS,  RIVETS, SHAFTING, BOILER TUBES, WELDING RODS,  .      CASE HARDENING COMPOUND, etc ,  // If* Steel or Iron We Haoc It.  THE MANITOBA STEEL AND IRON  CO., LTD.  "SJViinnipCjf - - Can_*_a ^  M^E)0NALD>,S  -"Mrs.  Sho"i8  Such a Good Woman  AuntN   (talking      scandal)  Maaliles?      Oht surely;.notr:-  -an awfully good woman;; bo devout,";  KIcce.��������� 'But "alio  flirts outragcoua-  ly."  Aunt.���������"Yea,    but" only    with   the  ������ ci������*i*By."' 1   . . ' ,.  Xir*-"-, K*lw������wi<in^ii6i '"������ 1 -������"'".'- ���������������"' ��������� ���������'���������������������������������������  For those Smokers  who like their tobacco  J4a Lb.  tmimmmmmtummmm  Miiaiiaiaaoai'inaiwlMfil  iwiiiaiiiiii  ������i.,i*iSiaffliriWa;iti  iiijaitMWMiiia-iii .v7;.i~ v.'.-! >-,:.i..',".>f >'.,','. .O'  ===a==*- .'...'.'-.   77 "     '     , nmrw..���������a������������������������.^.���������____.������m������������������w������^~���������������������������--������������������--n^������^������w������������������������na������������M������^M������^Mi,^a^^^^^^i^ , , ^    ���������   -,-   ���������-;   ;  -   _i,-    ��������� |' (��������� !,, iiiiiiiiiW,ii'i*il-'w������Tfi|-*ii   iJ 'n^y?ag;.Li*;S*g  ��������� Ck)"-^ Fob. Sai,k���������One or two  ; IkyS^y^a^^r A!ic*e<:Si$in-?.:-:;  7:F^-SJi*.i^^  ������������������:iaol6m\ii.i:i4m\\m  1Za$$^^  Mrs. H. Mcl_aren and children weie  ' V '���������'-!_ A  r1foKAMim&X^������i*&~vbom    bnri  ���������$&  rni.^l;^&������*^^ H. Jacks-im  ��������� ;:^ descript-iqS;  -W.^:^-Il^scbi^vf"re������ton.'r . ~:*;": ::'7r;7  7?.*l,jb������:^$^ to   annouj-rtiis  th^C^&t Church Sunday school -jpill  "^T"  ^||||l|9i|p  :<w5faa_i_<i������;������_._fc__:::jia������ai^^i������_  ;*_t.l_K_^e^_5g|_.f'  -7f;I|r"S^^  W__n**tkd���������"Will   bruy   reliable   fftt-m.  work bOrse. weight not less than  1200.  Capt. Crompton house, which he has  kk������FdtiM&a^^  condition^ new battery, soap at $375.  ^O^mi^'-B^  Zm^^^^Z^0^^':Z^i^  SpokaneyiBitorc ^  c-etetroihg on Saturday  kArikSM  MtliJlllll^^  |||^||fil^s6n,':^2 ; .peri  If-any of our customt-^hah. produce prtiof. that any other' local firm has paid a blghier i.ett price--"    :|  ^C:w���������������fr;ere^mi^^  ���������"eiffi^^  Atp:k^Z^$^kWA touch tvith oJirc  rA*FS$JS&C^  87S������-M.fSm  Jntiat "i*:. S^  HI I  *rs������-  I  Mrs. Speers and family,  who spent  ^���������^������������������^^  g->od rm>_?_"-������ ?������r-^_-i ptlce' reai������nabl--.  '"f������������R>$3M^  ^������W_^-a-:PiWriessl  visitor Mt Nelson a. couple  of days thin  :-:*H:*^ki^-t)iaaU  iliabii^^  '"^me1  The weather whs  ideaL  J������^i*������r.-p������,^M������������^-'^������������������������;;������*.������������3*Uera JUS;^7i;"f::Jv7'"'  '������^e^f-itt^;to  "��������� -interstate;: fmtr^ ln.;th^clt^0i7i  wswi-pBfwipiiM ....,..;. r:" x, .^jsbbsssssbsj*^  pli  I -^Sl Sill6a I    i^n:aa������hm ^  ^16ElS*CON^  ���������������.m;  y::7:_:aiiid:  -'W..-ytf^:^^w^'-v^Tf^?-*'^i^^^a-.'- ��������� ..." - -  ^.oiiia/.i^s^seBrB^g^a*;...: -r~"  -7P*^lis^Idr^i^^  the officeofsecretary JEL W;a!ni���������ey.     J    Crest-on-B������wtrd of Ti-'ttd-? September   |$^^^t^|^  i^eat������'?6fA- ^Mi*..; :;:arid;;'o'Mr^.5__fe  GisKi^i:,77:7<7>(77'7^" -----���������'���������������������������-���������  a"*"ff-~7:"<"*:7?SiS'S^"t Jm\-i-A':mmmV:*mmV:-'.'S''m'\%.'"mW^^f'-X"  ;'Jlj_r-_jtAJ'_jLjLw"'-'v^-.:^-'..-. '-   .B - - .'3' ���������" ���������' ���������.''i'.' ..������������������^".' -.''XL.. *���������',.-' -I-, ��������� ���������.'������.'J:^'-.'; ;.^..-:^--."tv-"V--^?.-'-.'. .-,���������- -".^ '..r-HV, --'���������������������������-'.'.-���������"-'.. . -..' '"'"' ���������-���������?"'.'-'���������..' -'���������'. .....���������.^���������,'i ���������'���������^'-o ���������i- '*j:-V'.--.'^'"iur.-"-. V-^;r-..", '.>��������� ^v^^^- ���������h'.::^i-i-li',^f'TO-?-������ -".-��������� -1..-.u,.---- ^"-^������������������'.  ^ :a ^^mmm^kk wMZZZiAZZm^^  -XX-X*5i  7?r>>^'^'.^^u^^.^'-^^-'^:^^^  'r.:*:/X7-7i-.-^^'^-.-v^  :'--^-:  :|^|-"|^is$i|^^l������-fi.^ig  business visit to Vuneotp.'erand  Vic-  _T'- -':,;-:':: -'��������� :":^^-?^v.-.':^ ;:;f.---.",; "^ij*.- Jt^.-'"-' "Jti^  u'tir   ismSvGEJSsci   -Sxiik-   iT10Iav.D:,'������>������������-������������������ j.  -,-:^^;^3r^::il^^^'^^i^a������^p^^^  i-':^e-������-i^-^^!i^^ P_gSi##Sfe^||S^:;:;' ������,^P|^^tpl7^7':7'   gaaiia^^ "35__&i_tV������*-i*������������ ^ good.vatt'':  ts>ria, and will'-be out tif town for at  lS*s^-|wsEreici';  ;Kfjafl*f������!l^  : uraHoiKiuv.;-/>*'7:inuniawa .-.'-j-SIt'^^wSSS,.;;. ���������. -  ���������are ;_Iwi-^^    ;%^::;'y|!i^^j|_^^  ing t-hb'i-^e^^  ily'^i-OTJ_^oT_t..ihe.^  -  ���������-.��������� ' ..-.'' '.yxiA'A-f :-A'*AyXXy ������������������'.'-���������j^xJ''������������������"���������������������������'*::-<��������� ^,r--;--;  We wi|Ir-li-i.y^  AnJEtsutsitiori   aniio-**ib^*neht in  :this :: space :_^>*i������efc^-^i*ijli*  ���������ittr-ita'-v.'>-.-..��������� Z:'-'.'ZZAA: .x'^ZAAAkkAi  nn  Mrs- Staples and two sons, Ted and 12������tb amfmgst c������ther Jiiisinessr. I  iS^^^-_.^>"-i^^*i^-^i>__"._.s  :--^---J-'-.-H'--^^<>''-^--J'*j-*".-'.'-^ .*--��������� i'jrrfiZu^A-f.-? ^t;'..&*(���������<,;���������-".'*'vw.-.'  ft-r.this,year's.i^airiclot'e at" ������  Monday evening,��������� Slept.. r^tl*. >������t7 the  f.L-1.'-���������jri"!"-:--i'---l'-f7i^j^-'---^/^*-'"i^-^-f'-'c-^!~--r"-''-r:"-:' ��������� -���������x:^r'-A-.  , ... .������h:;"*t?a-.uj5i*|^^  Mrs. J[. Vv Xockhent* was a. visitojp1  ^wi^f������il^ani^^ a-::.cpij^e|^  days at the first of the ;week,  taking  iiu;:.Cha^--tn'a^al'^  """-���������-""'��������� v:yf- ���������---"���������'"������������������ ���������-  MildredI^3^tt.^ld'v.p tvon:������a^  iteiafly^p^Bns^^^^l  "������'^u^;ch'_ir^^i_;|?5 ll^e^schcioll;-^:^  ���������|V������iiitfoi-'^a**ii>tife^  '.' V W������h'er-I^i^ci^  ^ii-d'7Buhk;: :-is?;' 'hs^iiipfr;'hM7Ui^  'j.W*������ke*'V������toflipn^  :a.wayJon a:t^p;^i^^i':A--. Ay-^Z'ZZZ  ������������������$?ai%MMJB^^  so  r���������&-^*_:i_M^������i-;flia(m������m.:.^^__.>������������a__^  -ff'-'-^.Br'^fl'  frfajfc**_"a%i^cai.  g*-'-ta?-?;n!*--y:-:- :*;::~,-;;^������-S,*'s:f  ::^-;������:~vjafi������  ^,^^_._,..__;;:!J||P||P^  ^*"5^il^:l,r^?:pft^  off my  Lot   161- be ji-ood   **nt>ugh ,lo  brhi)^ tb?m_.-ha^i!;*_ e.--.d���������fcive   trouble.  ^*^^_-^OOIi^attyiw,1"  '-'.-v-!,'XXX--^ ";~-'--'-K!'X*XsSffi2Xg"XsJ;?J  ^ZZZZZxZyZCZSZZ^BMiMZ^  ':~kxk'x~~  ^l|-*j|i|*l|jliHM  ';0AA-A>A&A?:Ax$l  Hnynmkeis oivth-- Creston Pints are  hips������t>y notified'that eaitle^wlll be  turned Ioosa on'Jhat'area on Tuc-ndny,  elsfrom imported pe^ijsreed Toni Bar,  ron-S^tb  315  egK" strain, .8ii  each.  Mt^xWk^ykAJAckbon.' -CriestoriiS, 7. -7 Ay  'i]i*_S*l BB���������'-'wh������������������  Stsvits  fviem  and  Place your osdera now for  Apple Boxes and Apple  '",  , ...Crates. ' '  Our Boxes are alt made of  Pine; no Hemlock used.  Printing. on boxeif done  in two colors.  Anj'one placing  orders for  Apple Boxes witb_ ua can  also' get   tlie. Btiii Hose  Apple t$rate.  QH  KisH.Rose Cherrington left on  '<&*y'r:.ft)v^Q^^  "I_'_kei;'vi-|ier"^;--'^ie:^  the public school the present term.  C.B.TwiKghrtS been absent atIffiast  Kootenay, points the ; past \vee|g;  judging fruits and vegetable-- at the  fall fairs at Natal and Cranbrook.  Mr..and Mrs. Vt H. Hare were viBit-  ore with Bon nen* Ferry and Sand point  friends a* few days the latter part of  the week, returning on Monday evening;. .-*��������� ..        i,,i  Viil-iKo treasurer Taylor tepOrts tax  payments much better this month.  After the 16th of September a penalty,  of 10 per cent, will be added all taxes  unpaid. ..<��������� '  Mr. and: Mrs. G, M. ^^iic were  amongst the Crei-ion pecple "at ^hi1"  year** Cranbr<mk fair. They uint'ored  up on Sundwy,  returning on Tuesday  morning'. . ;*������������������_������������������  Mr. ������nd Mrs. Hohwrt of Btlv^rto1(i|i,  Ore.', who have been hfeio on a visit  with the tatter's parent*. Mr. and Mre*  II. Lyne left for  hiinie at the end of  ���������the week.'  :  Mitoses Ethct" Weit and tAxsie Jjuwiwi  wl������o tiMvtt ij&rt. ..tU-r,_*.-������# S.nislrtftia co-!!  ege In Calgary, AIU-, for the fwsfc Afxr  month*, arrived home tho latter part  of AugiiHt, ,-���������'-.'  Miavyor Fiou Littio wan a visitor to  Helton the fore part of -the week*  where he In consulting Dr. Ko-w. his  old trouble with his heart being ratlitr  a������n..������ r\4 tud^a.  Mr������. I.lllfa of Ilfwlrrnore. Alta., nc-  coinpanlrd' the doctor on his Bnpt^m-  ber profeHMionnl vi������it to Creston. and  Sept. Otb, and^that^nimediate atten-  'thm should be::^en^;'erectlng fences  .foir the toroteettirm7of hay stacks.    '.���������<*!(.'I. ;...,. .'Ay ''������������������' ���������'���������". u.i. (   .   .  m  the  :^:^x  ���������Pj^!,-:,- p%f'^'S .7#.-7;~7|7?." 'X&xy ���������.  i-'.ii_i'-__.t-i___.M''-;l.-;ii_.- -..l^iiaai.r "'  S3*  BHJ ' Hi'-���������*3B***rp*n;- -"J* ;-BS*"-'   ���������^���������'''-.'-���������^.-"^B-* ':---'Jiy*^lM::;::w'^^^|^.l-t-r?^p .���������^'-���������ir-Hgi'ii^iL^.-'M ���������tP-'"'- "TH-vV-.;^,* a  ,-,-' ���������   ^ *���������'-1 :":''y.,;;*' ^AAkAi^xJi ':'*"��������� ';!;-vy^:r'';';^'-?-v;'^' ,:^t7:-''c.':'"������;-;"i'-',|-' ,^^i_.*;;-rv, ^!.*V'^.-_/-i ; v- ���������'���������''. --i^ H"'^.l ���������,'.>���������.;���������.'-**���������  i:',:>7:::;S-"-;;;g7:7l<^-:7J^  !.-i---s e.-  ifi-'V*.'  .*l*:  ;-v!v.-fi;���������-r~:>:���������'il-,^;;-  ^:kJ-'-77>7r*'  ;t"  9  ,:->'i      :^'*A^.-m  .' -'- '. ;' ��������� - ',*7-' . ,'.������* '-,  i!'*":*:'��������� -'.'*' /''���������^r-i v ' ,;-V^!"*-*)_' 'i'--1-" "���������'' A;'. .''I'i'*" ' ������������������ ���������v;'' '/",'���������'. l'"*^*"'!,''''1  V . _:><f''A'������������������ '���������  ' '���������' 1 '���������'  '  7"' Wv -TCnt;fwrtb&a. g������!!? ^'-?������^iWfi*;  Itods kWowh aft tK^^^  <a.tWh '"Farm ^lanasVsi-Olfer-V'-w^H;-. ������^':.������ie'.  "ceive'd. hy the .h-dsf-relizned up till 15t.h  September, l^;;TSDAMBS ANDBR';  ^^rK^;������^;.^rT'' :""  .iii  I.in i i iii'"|> i.Jli'ln m; n.ii  .'aww.... -...I'^iin'mi ii. (>y������i' ..'iiiiiiiH' :��������� i.'ii.! r in. mi i.-  OGILVIE Goods art dependable  ��������� :/Vi;-': ::.*���������.  /r IgfcV so -miwA w*ofj>o������ My  . __,' tt"fo*< j^^ *^>r;7  V'iriii_p' ������M������M*-tif' w^iSw������������i^J J'^' "���������'. !',,.���������. '.���������������������������"*...;"''.  '������������������' 'l-?ikiiivttppH<iai"j,jj*������i^^l!^irl3^' .-to:'-.' .���������'  *"''l-J%  M'-f-  !������������������' 7.  ,;i;^;:"������e;l&v^e^  have ;on;t-iale "for'  Flannel Dreeses in tlie lateafcB^^^^  ".-**. ���������-   '���������-.���������.-,.,������������������'.     '.'--..:7.--'   ;:;:     !/.:'*'7;V^^:w..''>'"^i^.'-^Hi':;?kl!'i':-.:-*'.^-:-;.0::M':--".;ri'.i::i'' r*-,"--:.  .jf-^-l-H.MSji-", ... .... .���������...���������  ������-^Big|':^;,:.;  :;'';,^"^,;r7:'::  , ^'���������'���������..'���������:-r-yyyx"?Xyx::;^X rf.yx.";  ..   ,    ���������;P!.:.'-":*.iVi,'v-.',:.-^,''..;-r-...'.,.;,|^.^v7^:<:,i-->--., ;>r.:i-:.;;".s.>':' -l-,-.���������,-,,. ���������-;-..  , :t:'.r;.t;,.i*.^,,MV-Vr'--,.::::.;,;������'v--:-.'^;(;���������:���������:������������������;:   'r::-'v.:v-!.^i8':fjg7ial|.i^i^  :*rwqike-::^TO!fin^:';c^  ' would 7:pir*eViul^  them.'7."':;:i'^; ;J>'TV'"  ^-.-t;..;\-.  ���������v)V.^:*ij.?t;j  : ��������� "--.-v ���������'';*.'.-.*���������.-'--  :-.-lt>������,,-'v..-;-.i-V:(, f"1-.   ,  '���������    '        ������������������#������������������'(  7  i'   '-'',,.'������������������, ', .:7"* v'.** **���������  ���������"���������"'l'   ''"���������'��������� ''���������''���������'     '""������������������',  : '��������� :'-' .���������:..- Ak:kA-:';AA'y<k' .i������������������:!'.'������������������ '���������:���������  In a bijr oarlotwi of OgiWie  products \|^oi^d������c|$h'i������ Week  **v������ havo;:&M������ illipmeir^ of  Shortft, fJt'heao ooao a little  moro than, tlm ordinary.Hurt  but when .-you aee them and  feed * aaolt -f them you will  ho sure to n.pprcoiatc the  faot that'Ogilvio-'B, are "tyeil  worth the lew cents d.ffor-  enoe in prion*.   :    -,  ��������� l: Don't-mi 88';;this^<<shari_e^,;t^  dressea^^  v.f.-.i>r-'..-ri-i-a-.."'n;  .-���������%:  i  ������������������' ���������' 7       - - - ..'������������������'���������������������������''���������'���������>' ������������������'X.'j.j"'^X^A'-'i:^'::..������������������, 1.::. ���������-. ���������'.--.. 7 '���������'.������������������.������������������:  iy'',.'.tll'...l'i|ilil!l'^",',;L.1i.^  ^ymrtmmm,m\ iiinimiiim  V"  ���������.'KI-AAV  iiiI.ii.Iiiiiiuhiiiiii am  ''':ZA..k' ;-'t>or': ''���������"'"'"'��������� '":,'~" -"  m*+mmmmimm0i<fm1**m  i,l,l.,iiii|...i..i,|Miil.>i.ii.i.j.jl|.JiMII  J'      a��������� : -        *  _3il ^^^*i"'v9^^-^S? ������*������������������ BnB "���������*"*  wiSL"*.*"*-_i _5p���������- ~" B������9  ^**B**************aT   ^***BB^^     *PW ^Hh "^a"^^"^     ^^^^^^      ^*      ^W   ^^^^  Present Indications point to greatly in**i-a������������;d plantiugA of ii-ju^u-c^ u-o_i,  ������pring.    It will, therefor.*, it-orlt out to 3Mm^^*[nnlMgeJ.l ^o^wts_  leoldw mii  what, yon  will- plant, auil Pi_/  msa  yon  wll"- plant, auii. Ji-XjACmi  IfOt))-."  NOW VOn  Ftn'OBH  IlBMYBRIf*   . ,  Sm^amr. General Ageto%~'W*AjfcTEB, "V. JACKJSON  of OreBtop, and he will give you good i^^������U������'for so do.rig;.  *r*  "93"    (ST*   '     Wfa.������aM,ja.M%,������ak{|. ana,,**     al      J������MM|i>-a-al������������,.l'       ���������'������ - "9 Wtftim fratXtfl  JU������*.--w-������  i*iua<inaABVii  ^ZZZZZgZZZZZy���������  SmJ^ZZZZf^Vt  tUmiimZ n\ Ssnlls, B.C. HmI .Glflfii. 1li@ fftlillli St������pVANCpUYER  wawanl������_MMaMM���������������������r������w������  ������iiai*i-w.7rnimniinwBt���������J  ail. WiawWHiaM

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