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Creston Review Jul 25, 1924

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'*���������'������������������':. ������������������'i;X !IV  ::_r^_a_.������__;v^������?___t*wT7iws_VM  ,.; -^.���������.-���������:,v^.i:,.v^.-.v.'iiV'-.-,-..Ti'r>.,>-..-,^,'^R^  l^stir"^^  issuing of permitai to ;*u* hay oa^Hie  flats this yw*r, had.** busy -day qfitt%%  Wynndel ion th-ur^ay last, a-a-d* a still  ���������-?*^li|!^S������^^  _ _ 171118^81 . ^  iulo aaneoi. beiore '.j&erwsia uii-_Jea_ed.  in t^e  neighbor'bood of l_&^p^  have been Issued patting for shsyeat  ..# _* !������������_'_��������� -������a_k.._>L__. . .__.1t.E_I--    ���������-     ���������l_.~.������  .Mi^",ifeS*M(|p  the *Jeie of ������>  :Sfe^iiu^3"'   7w:heH34&itf������ii!tot>  t&iP^^-CXirX^S-y " '  "       "'"  i^s/nf  Dueto much teasficod water toeottF-*  .;I^^^S3i^^^fe^^StlwS**i(iSI:  fo������**^r as^. avallabWfo:* cutting- this  esasd-i, __d so d:i_������c_.i-r ie looked for  ;in::i������pa_|*-*yate  .^*^-; j;"^'--~v-_*<*--t;*-v^^ x-F-~^':-.,t-'-.-r-: '.���������^������������������-.���������-..T"!^.-v^:.- V ��������������������������������������������������������������� ���������.���������rt;t-:  facfesoaase:;    w .^.^ ,^ =.^^:^^i|p^^|a-*;  not ini$"e last eight:'':ywur������: has   the  And ^snter storage facilities that will  stiji* farther ienprore the sU>re service.  For_������ by the ladies interested in tbe  1'r,'_,'':r-''-'''^ _"'>'��������� :"*1'1"''''''''"-''^ '    ���������' -l--'---*".-^.'-"-:'-��������� -m ,*���������"'.���������-v.---5/.v_i--,;... '' .'..;--.*--r'--^*.-l >_.���������'*-'--"= "'���������  ~ZZ.Z~Z-Z.ZZ~Z"-Z,Z ^S^i^^Tw^ls  ^ lg|i|un^^  lie used^Or tbe first time od Sunday  ������^||jlS^" ' '  :I_isei]a%w3iT^  -.-.--.:'.-,��������������������������� - ���������_  , = ���������.".:.  ,-v:. -_���������-.-���������;.-v.iu'  -������-*-^ir.:-'_^> r.i-^������-~ ���������.-.-0.x>.-������l..-X,s ���������--,j ..fy^^-.^, .v^-:,'^r.-  i-3  waemarried nslorosi&o, Cmtario, early  9c>t_--������. "_���������_-_-������    __.~-������ __.^rt- ���������^T  _*_;__  ���������.���������������j.._,.*fc_.^.,.., - j-ar������^.._������Mjr-.vy.w:;..ca-a?������������*������*-������ *B^w*?"*a.J.v.JLB M^T,  Band; the ������iay~ tbe   happy   event- Jwas.  consummated.    Everyone is estendtng   onal ""   " ""  - ��������� --.- ���������  --feAair.:/i?_*������������_^^si^7;k������_:::7n:D,ii~*.  h-������-e been visiting feilh   her  parent*. |    Bob Fo_������U 5wid tlie misfortune one  Oil Monday/Jaly 28th, Ct^^  si2_ft_^i?-������_*_eWS"1������S--!^^t.sv^ _i__' ���������'.'"'  ;__a^O*i*^-55^  'iio^tSiitS T   |i|t"^i]  iiS^ife^i^i,!i_ji_i!. ,  ^--is-.iV������m?^^i-S^.^������^JsKj������l     . ,       .______^,^_   ___ ^^���������-���������-.-i^&iiwEfSi^^  . ;'.Sa'a^;2S^--af^^^b'^  -^n|^^^iwI^o������r^^^^isit^  it with:' hei* - pir^^Mip.* and Mrs, R  ���������      - '���������     * ��������� "%-_^".���������*w:?_^?^7^*i^isi''r  ^-tt-I^QU^  ;i^|Sv:'^_������_-:::jor^^s^-5i-^  wsasf''1'","^""7.���������-!". -""".'Z^'.Z-Z"Z.ZZZ~Z-  rusbes and Mfc Browne is. of tbe opinion that the cumins in'.������it mcnre red top  "J '""     ^^Z^^nJ4t^0f0M  |.do*feJ*-^^^Btj-^^-1  W.  Iu t-ctaaft i������ a*n>. favorable   to   itUtr   Eon  9ary to each y^r give ������o-ue  part  of  "t^tiijj^^    ;d6BB������;i^.7wiHDK^^ .^ M.,..:..._. J_,...���������^;  e������Kt *.  w^^Bteu::.::tib.\:'tahe::  ������^f^|a|:tiij  tareatment a little overa year ago, bnt  Ci"^'^-?-^'-  tbe end ca_������ainU)e 10th���������just exactly  m  down, the lak������-s on  3^^:������������^l^i^^l^^pew  with h������T-   pau-ente,  Mr.  and   Mrs. R.  ������w"*g^j-il|5p|^^5^g;^   :-;: E;7:'^"i&^STi  ;MlnrlK^^n,r������||^: fans had charge  _f - Brickson; jsJ^Qii^i������_*:,'the. past year.  Burial -krill take *-^-*e Sn~ V__ssau^'v������---' &ti  ^kane, whera she hae been w^rkisi?  in ssa Gulmen were "host-  r--hx--J-\-'.iJ^'^-'rr.?~,i^'i^K'--, iA-mmf--',x-f-.-r  atV>������������.ai������iM>.^-������C:������_������,.-j-..  _*very������-r&p,-hiB^*  i  ili6pt*c^^  this distsscb It Socks aa if there wiii  At the annual meeting of the eckoo  eiectors  on  aBuly   iStb,   the  retiripjg  '^^0^^^^^^5^^^^^iZ^^Z^^^^$.  zuoualy re-elected tor a f urt&er term oi*  tiringauditor,resppointed for snotSaer  ?fV<mi^j-!^XiXys::Aiy-j:^XiP'yX'-:^  W. B. Browne,:' jp-aalag   ranger of  W������������-^c������(^w| __  to pay SO ceAte -.ttmTon their  sao"  _& Cook, T. M. EdincasdBon,  nrivnomd__k1_oi_ a__boaD4ie__-C.t- _ha.t  sil-iiritei-iii^  z"iii/f'-.'j-'"-^"''*^',*y''-.-:'-^'-^^ ".".��������� c^- 'i'--^.?wVr���������''''.-���������."������������������;"!'v-"'",":'--.*-.'..*���������''" ���������.-'''���������A  -_,___-A-^o,'-_._ ._s^__i;Si_-^^ _- ���������:-, T.^_a_ --^--'"gjMj'.'Sga,  the Mwns at tiie fli^ or^^^tt     ..  vWiw^;a-Kraf>^:;--f^^  iS3i  bai-*"' '_s^__s_i_a__-'.:- *a*h*������ =-?������_������*  .-<������-.  mm.^mm.a%'4^*im^-^3m^^nTTHfm^afSS'.JXJ������mSS^  '���������2.'i^a_a������i^^it''_J*fe:TI''Jilaii'- ���������*''Mtm~^y*-A-X-&X'iX-"^X-i������jt~X-'  :C0**tSSSrTOtM;--O^ ���������-���������  ha*r^ been in-rited to visit Creston nn  Ajujrntgt-th, and ^otoks  part   in  the  :a^������WMajiiiffls5m:b^"������MJ^������MW^  ���������~^&"i'JtD^������li*i^M^  iya^.'.^yy.*^^-7y'y,M_^_..-..J'ji���������^^..;;   "gjf.fjjjg ,**-*f,  '^**fees^a9.S*swi-.^i.Sa-c_ffc: '_^^jMaaA'rtMara?iy-"*,''-'.:: i,,i:-     .���������-,.;.':.--���������-������������������ '---���������'.:-.;,-  |ic;������flc^ra^6hc-m^  *������laa to bring to oil the  ���������������:-."?-  Tn ordo- tJiiit   nil  -*m  l:anipiinr"hw������i ntft.x-  fc^H__i_--:7-j������:-'->Pii  PTtWflaBdtaV-^1;-  Mre. HtteheSlaDd d-iiig_$erof Vau  /V^'-i-V-^-y;1; ^y:'-"*-!-,;,^:^; ^  JV.'rv.V;.'*.-.^1.  -V-���������"','���������/'!?���������'' .-- "n'"1* 7:-:;---\J-.'L"--7  ,:-.'������������������-.- ��������� "  :*..'  ; ���������,nr'^!"l-*-",'-3^'"|*������*,i_<iMr___["_��������� ���������  J'^^,.'.  *;���������*_������������������>���������* :--"--i:fi,**-V  '���������  ,-��������� ��������� ;:.:> '':^.'7.'7."���������^*7^;v;/'*>'r>,!T���������;'i���������*-.  r-:y*z-������*i%  ���������i-^'r*?" ^-?  ill the past  been  _^_-  '    W. Mitchell pulled out at the flrst  ori^:w-^::i^r;ii������-^^  eume bie eo-rn-^r  ^a^e,^:;--������T������Bk������-:  w������ ':"i_;ii_i_.^i ���������������BwUii"'1Wj������'a^;S( ������tti::7__ikv������i:k^'_^:  m,.-,C������a-ao������.    j^t������M������ mv;v'Jl������"r. -!>���������������������-.. pout..   blican  :]u|i<^;biaiiit^^  ew&n in a couple ^ ' ;' "  '" ��������� ���������':: MtM^jjiT-*;; WilKittB^  Xbiter visitor  for a  f**w:4^  mobtab, left at tli>e JSrst ^  .NeSaMKHu.^.-:.;' ���������y.Xy:AZ''ZZAi-K''' ^'''A-AA'^'jZvZxyii.  -.'.���������'.; "^iup|iit^ a^^1^,yi^iK|*^ts^ ;,,';Jle^B|������c^in^  couple of w^*"i. 'boHdayo'' "Jtitli": ;MSs3  BoySe atQaseena Bay this month. ZA'A  ;.;'Fi*a:;; P^m:'!1^Ztm: Zstm  for  S������-?:  ������j:ir_?k^--_,-������^ "'  Burke# Idaho wbetre be expecte to be  eni|Aoyed for the.next few month������i,,.k.:.';.  ' Rev. G. KrioX Isaway"^  vacation, but it is expA^ed t_w-re^^^^w  -.be: &osi!fayA^ ; the  *yitb( tbe latter be largelV. o^  nature, j������������������i-Jljiw*^^  spe^er, wilt fc-ike'l^  ���������  Tbe etoro'' of .tbe' "Mb8ot ' ���������*l?fftii!*ng*':&  . ,'',','"    ,.   '   .'.,"��������� .'.'   >,'m\\������>yi<<?\,m p>  in,    ai������   I ������i| m , li i,i|n in  ���������' .i  ;���������"'M^'v.Wiimje^^  an Alice 8idinsvi-*itor: at g)_r^  guest of her eifl.'af^^ Mra.^ W  "XX,xx:^A>AAA^^A X^A;xA'\-iAAA;< A'AAx- ''Al >.  Mii������ Alice C^rr, who is on the Bast  Kootenay TelepboneClom^  Feinie, la home f or a couple of weeke**  ;wi(^a|it^  Jbhu  Johnson, who  a*>qulre^l:, pari  :of -ij^'ie*i_ie-p;;: j^^  about tlireey^-a^ ae-'  qri-iintan<M_-in this  Ibto^  :!-<-e���������.^ "BMbawv-AJt^a, -'for eoipae;,, ttroeii,  and previous to'.eoming'-' here bad' beAn  ;Wkwkiimg afe'.feSm "---  .  . Misnes 'iPV'stlk^-i^  3B;; *-*iaiting "with BSr.-. .and. ��������� ftSrs*,. "Vaii-  4H8, liave gone on to lS[elDon"f or a ebort  st������y before returning to : feiill River. -  '^7|^:!-_V>nbey^^tra^^  __a-it by motor via. R^kan^ on -a hbK-  :id^*t������i-������; tb^ciStet^ -3j3<>|ht������'^������.^'^t^^  and children leaving l>y train on Bun-  day to join hi m at l"i|Mj^uy.i^        A'A  Mr. ������>no^ Mrs.^^^ W  oris at Kelson a couple of <(lAys the for������3  jtarfrof, Abe week,, ;' Za,'ZZ:A'A,Z:     %;.' ���������,Z:  ':  Aire. Sid M Cmnbrobfc  early thi������ week, going that far to meet  her flister wbo is ^ coming on a visit tip  ,iiiW:"i_vm'B������tate ' :AjAAx; \:  6BABB THESTRE  '���������,-7  111  t Of TAe^ "1^080 tiwct  piant-i^inEtC^^lV^^^^^"^       felt  fcfiatiat  ^IplantTtntbe  AA:AAe:Ar-   ' "'"'  of Mr. and Mrs. &~ A. Hunt at pw������-  Bi.UAAxSxAAmAAmmmAAA'-'"'" "'"   -J?""-'     "  :: Tbft-truAtaEea^ci.-S  l^p-edM^T^^  to tokechasg-^^  a*^hw! "e������ming:yew.;- ''comes '"fery.;  l*i*ne;-^  vMation there will be no  *a:;w^_i.tafl:y'irf^*_i������*b'&SK''fW������M  -for a weekend visit with "bis family.  Mr. Payne of ClrestUan  is tbe c-irpetv-  ter In charge of ��������� the':;:er^loii>;bf 7the  Monday night'om^  b4_rry crop out alittU, but t^eebippi*������^  ^!1t^^"wiJIB':be^ i^?(^;e^'^.:ft!^  l___f____i__*   -'      '   ', -     1   ',' -    I       ��������� .I,'.*   7 I    . '''-,''���������        '", _!������������������   J-t(      ,, '    T, ., ,. I  ,WCIUR*< ���������* ��������� v.*.-,:;.��������� y--���������������������������.--> ������������������-;-*"., - ;,.-���������-   -- .(b_: .-^'.-7   ���������_���������:.:-;,';;���������\.;v'-i-' '-;.,.;L-'.~-  7'. 3Mt������. :J^s.-:Filn-������r' Wa*������������'^Jc-a_- to^Kitti--  ^berfey- lust :::weiB"-. 4^!Mn������.;Mr^";-!PlI.m :  ing laid up with pneunionia. .'--His -condition 1^'impi^ir^^  |eb|-|'was.iii.We lai>:-^toiite^A3fft-.rid*^  'JM r..;"li,_i^er Iwui r-^ivii^^������cJrd/^ the  new residence -ui the Manncrino place- a^tto of hW son;-In.lawVlir.! 1������e_%eTeo^  .which; bus Just niwl^f^-^  A__ 8t. JOHN ^Eool -Comody  Fox News-  [t���������. jpallyy;y'-of^ Qtephens,  Saek., wc~  ffB-^ at tbe-.eni-l \-t*^ is c  ���������vtaltor with his daughter, Jii-s. Web-  ���������!������������>-?,.   -,','������������������        -    '  -. .(';.- /   ,,,;',��������� i    '''���������,:,. '        ,���������������������������'''���������''���������.V.i-  ;-'-': Bert' Datle* ������of Fernie motwed in at  the end of vtbe week from Feinle for a  l|iolIda-ir stay with hie parente, Mr. and  .|Ira.^r-';i^.,iC^^ '^.A ,-ZZ:':'���������'..i,*;  AHee Siding had a large delegatloit.  ati Oreeton on Bat-irday to get their  peiranlts to ������ut hay on  the  data  tbJ������  ^c'br., ' _!L {-*'-*������!.. c-r^*' S-*; Ecoli td ; ffor _i*_  no one bad any trouble f-efctlng .'the  ^janiige (������ked..for.   , ���������'';;':������������������,'������������������  etat.l������y Pau1r who bse' been at the  ooaKavlor tbe..ipattt- year, atariw-eA home  last week owing to the serious illnesd  of.his mottUer-",'?.  ��������� ��������� Iii*. ������*���������>���������' M m. Heotty 'Todd ot -'- *lV*t*t 1  were gueeta oif bonor at-a dance kt the  Todil borne on , BVid_y night, which  wae giv*n by Wvti Social Club." Da.nc-  laug, of i^ui-m, ;was ^ the; foature, and  everyone baud a flzve time.   ���������*  Tbf eaatbound train h������������ out out the  mto-p at Bl**s-1 Jit-Matl������er'������ but will be  ���������topplTia-at'"tike (3mlth'eiroettUg till nt  Isaat. the. end. -off the' week. - Ha-ipberrlies  -are praetieally at an end, 'mow;  usual Church of England evening Bor-  vlce on Sunday, but there will be no  Bervicen throughout August Ida he lo  Mting  hie, usual   tirtonth'B   vacation  next month. . , ZZA'xZA^A'i^Z^A'Z  :'.'Clapta'Cromptons C*ep������ F#.ow_["n and  Xtev> J. A. Jamee '<t<.-:'-vbi_8tort;V';wen^  throiigli to '' Kuskanook .for: - a day***  fishing on Friday, the latter having  all the luck In ii.ui.atUy of catch, hie  take Including sersn wjuaw flsb,';     :..,������������������'.  4 A Blrdar nnglera are overhauling their  equipment and getting ������*4tady to enterf  tbo.'bacs tflobltug; a-Qoatc"'^,.'.! for .crB-jScb p,'  ���������ease of Scotch Is" otteml for tbe best  day's catttb.   Some of  the  oliltlmern  -are. quite-': excited over the eyeiot and  ,<iril-f' m-Ul ielerk's- 1**ii':i t'' ,^ri������a.- '������������������ ���������; ^11'  partlculare frbbfi. 4Hsmj^  .'' ���������' '���������' J ' ���������":'.'   -,'���������'���������''���������    "   ^������������������������������������'P'lliA'.'' ;-'l-;i_;. '���������*'.���������- "--���������'.'���������   '���������  , I*eHi brotliors of Oiiltuili Creek Wore  biiBlnoss visitors here th Is week for  supplies. They are having a -visit  from .their brother-in-law frow- .Ohlea-  go.' 111. y nnd at present are oiamplnf; on  tl������9l!bpftfUE'1_'������ii' OttltsnMi.'   ���������       ���������"������������������',':-':1\ '.������������������:;;,.  With the roadway lined with "motor  OAimnnd  the.: lake ufront alive  with  "motor boat* and other craft,. Ituekan-  ook pireasnted a very - fntttraetSv'e.; up-"  pearanceon Sunday,   What U needed  Is? a eamp gi-eun<l-������H>tiniewbe-*e near tbe  er tlttM-rs of Canyon, as he -resided here  with tt>he .'-jFlirnero' .for a  ^niIltj������fio C-ny(������tk In lOOfl.  '���������������������������' r.' A ���������' '������������������'��������� .. :'.'������������������'." :.', St..'' ':''-. -'������������������i' ,  W. Conk hM gone to B0noIn������tOn to  'work and wilt be away for Wime weeas*,  Tfu* ������������������-pi>w������r ������������������ compaoy ��������� is >e-ralIarg3iog Its  plant there and ' arft ehort' of eatpec--  tewjl..,:���������;,;,;;':,,/:.'/���������"���������;.: , '-..v/..;":;'-,':.:.  :-:;-v';   ���������'-;  '������������������; ��������� The. ne^;'rlr^'dence',olr C.'^'Rn"^!^ ia  nearing completion and A.TBond, who  is in nh-rge of the plastering will be  ttiiM>aigh'''|-c|.'!������., '������������������ fewv' daye.'.; W**L xqafter-'  stand Mr. Robinson la shipping hie  houceliold #fff������3Ui and -Mvm.-. Robinson  and family will bo here to. oeeupyht)be  plaee within a couple of week*. .   , ,   '  _^-"_ri*. '  Jaa. MeGovern ; was"7:a' vlaltor -at.  Cranbrbolt a few dajrs tbe past week.  ..': _L-lttte J������Ei<-'.' Ha^.,'JS^o^ was -a,  birthday party hosdees ;tA::',l^7^Ula.::  friends on    Monday,  at  wh$eb  lhe  youngvtei-s b^ a very rnjoyalblle sifter- -.  npon.> ^ A^x^A-iiA A: A^A:A'irZ'Ay':l. AAA.f.  . ��������� .The nicest danee Kitchener haa ever'  wltneeeedv^w-aa   given    on  Saturday  nl^ht'',l>*cfa.;-<������(m  town. \ cWnbi*iM������k music .-.waa; supplied,  for _be danein-g, and ^e b-ail wee  ci-ow|]ed tocMBiaeity^  7/'J_^r*km^ be  frO^ttsed tn.l.e������r that  ut  laot  repm-ts  Fi^   lteliuige--,  who has just undergone a very oerEnue op>������ratrSon at Cran-  btook Bao������*n������ltMl������ w������a  making 4L . aatla-..  _t_ctoiy'r������--o^^ /  /'-l"he..l^leB" Aid, ga-rdett'.:.i  entecrtx"i|!riJ-fteut at Mr* -iCwotfc^s cws-Bttt-  u������_ay Mt-BWioon atrd evening waa mnA\  attended in aplte*.,' of .the - threatening  weaftther that prevailed ^'orlhg the-Aa-f.  Oe sJ$k\t ."ne-tttesr Kha ta!"!l' cJtwsut "J2S51  A1U the Iflata hayixiiuk-er������! from Canyon were '���������*,<���������.'Clreat^n or������ Sn:fe*i-rday get!**  Ing the Gutting., permits for^ this year,  as h^yting will" probably tw- aU-rtlng  alHiut Atigiiat let.  AlHretl Nelson Im retiring f'foan tbe  'chicken buslnean. Ooyotea "are"alto-  getlier too mumesNoiui In ttlnat isecttl-o-u. to  nuake jpow.1.l~j- p-PofUabl**,  Rals Kay GutJ92A  Hay liarvesting will cbm-  : kttvUn^ ^ ^,0 'Creston' Flats'  TUESBAY,  JU1.Y   2������tK  All old! applicanta who have  Permit** asid iiave out  hay  during the past two ycai*8  _aii start '���������eutt&og on ahove  , liate-  New applicants will meet the  Supervisor at Hack Creek,  Wednesday., July SOtlb, and  NicWs    l8la������-dt    TOursday,  . July Slat.  w *wr   -->"������af>"iiT"������a'ir"i*'  -Grazing Hanger.  aWiadiiAiisMMwiWiWi  mm&mmimmmm^^ THE   BHVIEW,   CEESTON,   B.   O.  4^\\\\\' !--������^aa_S_a^_3S���������������SSKSa^ * * / //,  ri������������������   Of Tlbe _Ra.oeh  A Story of Homance and Adventure  ol Western Pioneer Days     BY  ���������  ALSXANDEIt D. McLEOD  (Published by Special Arrancement  with the Author*)  (Continued)  With  that   morning's   -work   a  good  Sversations in which she was concerned, had been somewhat obtrusive,,  since the late episode in which ""ton-  aid played so prominent a part. And,  as, "Thus trifles light as &ir, are to  the jealous confirmation strong as  Holy "^"rit," HtUe incidents, such as  this���������some recalled from tlie past���������  were confirmation to him of the news  ,..���������that their engagement was an ac-  I cepted fact, and that he meant no  more to her than an ordinary friend.  It Avas with a h^avy heart, though  with outward decorum, that lie, was  able to spend the hour of lunch time  in their company.. It was a relief to  him  when,  after lunch,  Mary  accept-  ous, to  go near to  where  their nest  Ss." ������,  "I have he"ver," said Ronald, "paid  particular attention to the study of  birds, nor their habits in nesting, but,  if it would" give you such pleasure, I  should consider "it; a _i" elf tsrlvilege to  accompany you oyer, and would ..glad-.  ly. help you find' their nests."-- "  "Oh, that wpuldbe lovely," she said.  "It is quite early, and we have plenty  of time this afternoon. I shall get  a .few sandwiches and cakes to take  with us and then we'll enjoy a picnic  as well as an outing. It will be something to remember each other by when  you are gone/' she added with a touch  of sadness.  "Miss Fraser, there are many incidents in the short time of our acquaintance that will keep the memory  cf you for years fresh in my mind,  and, this-outing will not, 1 hope, be  the  least .important of  them."  "Thank you;- it is' nice of you to  say that. I shall now go and prepare  our lunch while you are getting the  boat ready."  While she was away, he hurried to  get the boat ready for their little trip.  By the time she returned, he was in  his   .place    with    the    oars, read;/ to  start.      She  brought  not  only  sandwiches, but cakes and other delicacies,  also aN jar of tea that she was able to  prepare quickly, as the kettle was on  the stove nearly on the boil when she  went In.     "See," she said, "Mr. Macr  Rae,  I have sandwiches,    cakes, ' tea  and other things for a surprise.     We  shall   have  a regular   picnic."       Her  old-time note; ot enthusiasm and. her  sprightliness  seemed to  have returned���������a cheerfulness that was also commencing   to   react   on   the   depressed  spirits of Ronald himself.  Assisting Mary to the stern seat of  the boat, he then shoved it out free  of the beach, and taking the oars, he  pointed straight for the island. Taking a point on the shore he was leav  and the choicest of Red Ross Teas is the  ORANGE PEKOE QUALITY     5*  of prey, of the forest, was particularly favored as a place of refuge every  year by these birds. Its trees and  deep foliage offered ample space,  numerous recesses and protected retreats for the secret nesting places  required by the natural proclivities ot  such species of birds as m-Cde dt their  habitat. Here the subdued female  built her nest, laid her-eggs and then  patiently hatched her brood, while her  more stately mate disported himself  on the -water, or preened'his variegated plumage as lie" sunned himself on  barren, gravelly islands nearby.   ���������  They watched the birds thus for  some time, and then commenced to  ���������circle the island along Its pebbly  beaches. Here and 'there a flushed  bird would betray the location of her,  nest, and a search immediately begun  would sometimes 'result in discovery,  but more often would result In disappointment. Cunningly concealed in  the grass or_ beneath overhang*?!!?  bushes, the exact location often mystified the searchers, while, the antics of  the flushed bird in her fantastic efforts  to entice them away from' the nest,  amused them greatly. Here, in front  of them as they proceeded, a pair of  __w _ _.  Canada gray geese -waddled into  the  ing by which to steer, he pulled out J water  followed by.   their    brood    of  from the land.      The angle at which  he  dipped  the blades  of the oars  in"  start had been made on the corral, Jed. with apparent pleasure the ser-  and they expected to have it complet- | geant's proposal to accompany-him to  ed within two days. Sergt. Melvin; the Indian agency that afternoon, a  was at the stable feeding his horse turn in events that gave Sonalu an  when they returned to lunch. He! opening to withdraw gracefully-from  was preparing for an early start in the I their company.  afternoon in order, tp. .make one of his j     The three days that it took to finish  ' goslings, and. swam away in single file>  the goose in the lead, the gander in  the rear, and casting occasional-sidelong glances at the two strange intruders of their quiet haunts*. Beyond, a mallard drake, watching with  upstretchea neck and body, issues a  warning "quack," to be followed immediately by his flight ��������� followed brothers of his .kind. Out on the water  floated the nest of tangled twigs of the  the water, the long easy %wing of bis  body as he ^pulled, and the quick even  'flexion of his arms with which he finished his stroke, indicated a skill in  oarsmanship that few possess. The  boat glided over the water in answer  to his master strokes without apparent strain on the oarsman. Mary  watched him as he rowed with an easy-  swing of the body and marveled too] careless grebe, with eggs half sub  athis sense of direction, as, with un-i nierged In the water within; "in the  erring7 skill,    he.   steered    the    boat; grass, cunningly and neatly concealed,"  < -    Some   Modern   Crusoes  Number -of People Con-tent to Live on  ��������� Lonely Islands  Census returns recently issued in  Great Britain show a surprising number of instances of people who are apparently content to live Crusoe-like  lives qn lonely islands.  Little Papa, in the Shetlands, for  example. lias only ' one Inhabitant,  while Havergate Island, off East Suffolk, has a total population of tworr-'  both men.'  A man- and Ms wife live alone on  the Island of Holm of Grimbister, In  the Orkneys, while on Hunda, south of  Kirkwall, there are -three people, and  seven on Copinshay."������       *  There are tiny groups of male and  female' Crusoes scattered throughout  the world. On Peling Island, in ttffe  Straits Settlement, are a handful of  people who live a tax-free life.  When Peling first defied the tax collector an attempt was made to enforce  payment, and K.M. gunboat Wasp was  sent to persuade the islanders to hand  over their share of the Empire's expenses, but^jhe boat was wrecked and  all hands were lost. Since then the.  -authorities have left the place alone.  official rounds  of  the  Indian  reserve  before returning to detachment quarters.     The- three men who had- accom-  jpanied him m pursuit of the outlaws  had   gone  back    directly    after    the  dance.      Mary met them as' they entered    the    house, and after greeting  them pleasantly she said: "I hope you  enjoyed   a   pleasant   time   last   night,  Mr. MacRae., judging hy;. the way you  started in to work this"morning you do j  not  seem  to  be as tired as  the  rest;  of us were who took a  long morning ���������  rest."  "Ifc proved," he said, "to'be a very  enjoyable time to all those who were  present here last night, I am. sure it  was a very pleasant break in the .monotonous   life   m  pass in this new country.      They enjoy  such few advantages  for gather  ings of social pleasures."  The evasiveness of Ronald's answer  did not tend to appease Mary's1 mind,  or to allay her suspicions that he was  influenced by a certain sense of annoyance at her. the eause of which  she could not understand. Feeling  somewhat piqued at what seemed to  her a slight, though unintended by  him as such, she took refuge in devoting particular attention to the  blandishments of Sergt. "Melvin.  fa cutty   of   including   himself   In  the --corral, succeeded "each other with  monotonous   regularity.'   .Ronald   ap  plied himself assiduously, to the work  of its "erection till completed. When  it was done, it' was a work that reflected credit on the.skill and^ workmanship of its builders. It was large  and- commodious, and built witli- a  strength suffic4ent to resist the-,stain-.  j pede of any number of. horses., ",..;",..  The sudden announcement- of Ron-  old's Intention to leave was reecived  by both Mr.-a.np.    Mrs:    "Fraser   'witli  1 open regret.''   Mrs." Fraser especially.  who had come to regard him with a"  certain amount of maternal affection,  such as she    would    have    bestowed  ant oreaji in Liie .iu������������- her QWn looked upon his pro-  ny  ������L tll*m ^vf _L������   posed- departure    as> she-would have  His f  con-  WOMEN OF  MIDDLE AGE  done had the relationship really  existed. The next day, however, being Sunday, they insisted; on him delaying his departure until Monday.  Though he Anally acceded to tlieir  request, Sunday was the day he particularly desired to be away from the  place. He wished to avoid another  chance meeting with his successful  rival, who, -he thought, would surely  take advantage of the day to visit his  affianced wife. " Deference to his1  i kindly host and hostess induced 'him,  though so disinclined, to prolong his  stay over the extra day.  What grieved him most of all was  the apparent indifference with which  this woman regarded him. During  the first days of their acquaintance  she was free, friendly and affable.  Latc*-ly she had'Changed to an attitude  of aloofness and a cool Indifference  1  straight; for the island, without once  turning around to get his bearings.  He did not stop rowing until he was  close up to the island.  Theyvskirted along its north shore,  which presented a steep clay-embank  ment rising for.... -about, twenty feet  above the level of the water, with here-  and.'-.there trees and brush leaning over  from above. Suddenly, as they skirted thus along the shore, an eagle flfew  from the clay bank, out of a hole partly concealed by aii overhanging tree.  "There is one place we must explore,"  said Ronald, "for there the eagle must  have her nest."  They rowed along the shore till they  came to the east end of the island,  where on the pebbly shore they beached their boat. It was an ideal spot  to land. Between the pebbly, beach  and the tree line stretched a grassy  slope where they,-had. excellent shade  from the heat of the sun. Around  them birds and water fowl of various  >ldnds and description, disturbed; by  their landing, circled about. The more  lay the nest of the teal; beneath shad  ing willows the more open nest of the  mallard;  in holes in old stumps rested the nest of the wood duck, while  lightly swinging on the limb of a sap-  'Krj'Mnrv-nn'      '������--,_���������  ie  Completely Relieved  Of Her Kidney Trouble  So    Says    Quebec    Lady    After  1 ascing Doaa s aaaney ���������ills  ling     me    uaiuij     uaugiug    liScjv,    \j  oreole was discovered.  Curious as some of these discoveries  were, and interesting as they all seemed, that which attracted _Mary's chief  attention   was^,������lie  ������ight" of  the   two  bulky   forms "of" -blue- ..herons'   nests,  high up oh the spreading branches of  a tall birch tree.      She expressed her  wish   to   see   them,   and   accordingly  challenged Ronald to climb up and examine them.      The climb, on account  of the low down thick branches, presented no difficulties, and he readily  accepted the challenge.      Unexpected  by  him, Tvlary followed  on his heels,  and soon.they were both peering into  the nest and examining-the-blue eggs  of the retiring   heron.      Amused,   at  their .own escapade and, clinging^or  support to overhead '���������'���������-branches,    they  rested an**d chatted for a time on; the  timid, among which were a number of! swaying .tree top..    "This," said Ron  blue heron,  geese and mallards, flew   aid jokingly, "reminds me of the 'Dar  away to the opposite shore, or over   --*���������������������������-���������   ���������- '   *-���������-*"-   --i-ia������-��������� +-,,  the hills beyond. Other species of  ducks of bright plumage rested., in  flocks   on   the   water   some - distance  out; the more curious, and the less  timid, still closer in.;.., For, a time  they watched these birds and noted or  commented on their antics as they  flew away, circled about, or swam  around-In the water. ������������������'  Remote from the frequented haunts  of the sportsman-and the huntsman,  tliese numerous species of wild water  birds, found in the solitude of the interior of the mountains,    along    the  wlnian TPheory,' which claims the  probability of the descent of man from  the apes, which, if true, means that  our ancesters used to have their abode  on the tree tops."  "I don't believe," she said, "that we  ever  descended   from   the   apes,   and  now I am going to descend this tree  and look for the eagle's nest,"  {Te be continued)  London's Smart Set  Now  Prefer  Carriages  Madame S. Poiner suffered for a  -whole year before she took Dodd's  Kidney Pills. .  Les Cedres Sta., Que.-\(Special).���������  No place in Quebec Province seems to  be 'toor sinair'to furnish at-least one,  person who is prepared to gay that  she owes her health to the great  Canadian Kidney Remedy.. Madame  .S. Poirier, a well-known resident here  is one of* them.  "I have suffered for one whole year ���������  with my kidneys. ..After taking Dodd's  Kidney Pills my'trouble has gone and  ���������bam now quite well."  4 Dodd's Kidney Pills have become a  family remedy because people have  tried them and found them good. They  help Rheumatism, ^Lumbago, Diabetes,  Lame, Back, __earfr'-_*_*ie_se and Urinary troubles, because all of these''are  either Kidney Diseases or are caused  by the kidneys failing to do their  work. 7. ;-7,7 ;.������������������'���������"���������.'���������;''��������� "7-.;. ���������.������������������������������������'.'���������''���������:- :':..-': '���������������������������  Obtained from druggists everywhere or The Dodd's Medicine Co.,  Ltd., Toronto. ������������������;,--  "    Saskatcljev/an Butter Product'on  Creamery butter production in Saskatchewan, during the first tbre������  '^onthetpl- this year, shows an increas<  of-"'409,458 pounds, according to thi  provincial dairy commissioner. Tota  production for the period amounted t������  1,683,764 pounds, compared with 1,274,  May Pass the Critical Period SaleBy  and   Comfortably   Iby   Taking:  Lydia E. Pinkham't Vegetable  Compound.  ���������Regina, Sa.sk.���������'"I was p;olnz through  Change of Life and suffered for two   : ~~\ yearswith headache,  nervousness, sleepless nij?hts and general weakness, Some  days I felt tired and  unfit to do my work.  I gjisve Lydia E.  Pinkham's Vegetable Compound a  trial and found j**x>d  results, and J. -aJso  find at a very helpful  Spring tonic and"-->e-  Iful for constipation  from which 1 suffer much. I have recommended Vegetable Compound _o several friends, and am *w531ing you jshould  publinh thja."���������Mr������. MximiA *W. Lindsay, 810 Rnhlnson St.. Rej'ina, Sasle.  If you bnve warning symptoms such  ������h a. ""uisaj of Auiloctatin*;i_ hot tlaHhta,  hoadachca. backache, dr^md of? impending evil, timidity, sounds in the earn,  palpitation of tho heart, -marks before  the eyes, irrc������ularitie*t, constipation,  variable appetite, wftnirnei-s, fnouiet-  nde, and (lizs-ine-ia, get -a bottle -of I ,yrl?������  B. Pinkham's Vegetable Compotinct and  hppn takmrr the medleSne ot onr#. Wm  know it will help you at* it did Mra,  Lin (I nay.  w.   x.    r.    in-T  o him, that was only tempered by the   shores and on the Islands of its num-- Coach   owner   Says   Horses   Coming  ���������raclousnesfl    of    common    courtesy,   erous   lakes,    an   undisturbed reiuge - .      '     c^,������������������  With the stupidity -common   to    the  ���������; male  of his species, he  looked upon  j this cool aloofness as being prompted  j by   feelings   of  unfriendliness,  if  not  1 actual dislike.     Instead of being buoy-  j ant and .sprightly as    had    been    her  j wont,  Bbf*  became quiet and retiring  i in her altitude.      He,    in    his      turn,  look-c-d  upon  her actions an being in-  s-'in-icl  by aversion of himself.    Thus,  ' 1hfi  bri-'nr-h   that  separated   tlmm   he-  , came, what  soemod   to  him  to be  an  1risuri<:rabl<*    barrier    between    them.  Tht' prolonging oT hit-- stay had sewn-  r-d only to widen  the breach* and in-  nreaRo IiIh d ft si re for departure.  ';     II    vviik    la 11'    afternoon of his last  (Iny  on   tho   Fraser  ranch.      He  whs  wallrlnj* I f--1 hi I rely  along the beE)������eh af-  !>;��������� having  faktvn. n  dip in tlio limpid  watei'H   ol'   tho   lake   a  s'Tiort  distnncci  rivtiy   I'ivhti   Hie   hou������r-   when  Iir  saw  Msu-y.      Stif'  wtisv  sitling  in   the  bow  ol' a hoar  beat hod  on tho fihore, and  !-'t-i-uii'i!   to  h<*   (rnxlnj-   i.c-roKfi   'ho  lnke  in tho direction of n larirp inland (tome  dlstunri'   a way.       Hltn   did   not  notice  Ronald   ur,III   In*  wrh <\\\\io  cAoho  bo-  ��������� 'c.3'-   her.       Quiukl*,   tu-vvluK    as     hIio  i.-jU-,! (1   *.;ni  'lie  i,.il(l;   "f.'li,  r*Ti,  **iT;ii"  ir.-ie. arc  yon  !n������er������V"tH'-d  In  blrd������ and  l-ii'cl:-,' w-.-ih'i1      f fallen Hit uuft  watch  the   hlnl-'   fly  sind   elrcb-  around   and  Hhour   ilie  inland,  and   ililnk  how  In*  terc-Ktiw-' H  won Id ho If* i*f������ over then*  itn-f |-ii*OM*l around C'?rpl<������iing the IhIhihI  nnd   HccUlm'.   tho   bird.'t"   nrnla.       Tlur  bio-- heron -*-iih1 liave neHt������e tin-re; und  1   ot'tin   wonder   If  I Ik- tf-agU'H wo   nee  iicivt-i InLf. nnd eli-<:lln".: above bavc th**lr  *i.-'������s   Hi* re   iilHO.       1   fhlnlc   It.  wouiO  in- It'iere-H'tint-. r'houRli a  Utile dun'-ei--  place for the mating and tho breeding  season of the years,, This island, situated as It is in the middle of the lake,  and offering, as it did, additional  security against the depredations of  the voracious coyote, and the remorseless, cunning, destructlvencss of the  slinking lynx and other wild animals  ^������HJUUlfi  frpmtN  Say "Bayer1"-Insistl  For Pain      Headache  Neuralgia     Rheumatism  Lumbago     Colds  ' C. /b^-^-Acce^t 2212 ii  e^C*f**T   s    Bayer package  which contains proven directions  Ihtmly  "Baytr" boxes  of 12 tablr-tn  AIbo bottlcB of 24 and 100~r������ruggi*"ts  aW������U   Sw   ti--   trs;"!-   r.*r������-   !*"*i"*;J   i������  C'anta*)   ������f   li������yer   -*Bi-������f������cl������������o   oC   Mono-  ���������C������UCacta*tt������St   Vt   8a-.llCjrUCa-.Clv1  orses  Back Into Favor  Tired of luxurious motor cars, many  members of London's smart set are returning to the horse carriage for shopping purposes and for driving in the  park. Many smart equipages are  seen every day in Bond Street, May-  fair and the park with high-stepping  horses as In the Victorian era.  A well-known" coach owner, who  regularly drives, four horses in his'  coach, expressed the opinion that the  carriage horso Is coming baclf into  favor. Many people aro bringing  tlieir horses up to town from their  country residences, ho said, and  other'; are h!rln_ cavrlaces nnd  horses in preference to moloi* cars.  306 pounds  for  the  first  quarter   o  1923.  MRS. A. A. FOULGER  Mr. Newrlch wished to give a concert in bis splendid salon, and so consulted a musician concerning necessary arrangements.     ^  "You will ncod two first, and two  .sp'cowd  violinA;."  * Drawing himself up haughtily,  Mr.  Newrlch said offbndodly:  "No second violins lor mo, air! I  am rich enough to have only tlu-  flrst."      ���������  Tliu difllculty of getting J rem during  thflmwar compelled Jantm to incrcaf"e  ItH  foundries from  20 to 2C"0.  This Nurse Sends a Message  to Every Woman in Canada  _. Brantford'-; Ont���������-������During twent-^-'dno  ycar^ ;off 'bxjwrl^m.^^inir'tfhi^'r not-  only m tpolcr -or. -Xflojfcica?* Ifaverito t3?to-  mm\mhm&o\t *tp koep *pp ipylhenlth  and atrchKUi, but Ivhavo also re.com-  -mondod it to many a patient, especially  to pro.s|H)eUVo tuothwa, und, Ihinli it in  by far the best tonic ntid norvlne that a  woman can tako, and for that reason I  Svo It my hlBhc-Bt ondc������rsoment.���������,���������"Mrs.  . A. Foulgor, 41 Sheridan Street,  Health Is moat, Important to every  woman. You cannot afford to n<-glcc6  It when your neighborhood dru���������-rtat can  .supply you with Favorlto "ficsc-'lptlou,  in tablet-! or liquid, Thltt -preflcrlptlon  lo mada-lrj-Piv IHorco'ij Laboratory In  *BrIdg������bnr*r, Ortt. ������S������nd 10 cents tbcro  It jou -.vl^Si a trla! pacUasc.  tf-8M  *���������*���������*��������� ��������� -.- ���������,   .  . .-���������  M.mmm������mmmt4wmmMimmmmmtom ��������������������������� ������������iau  THE   KEVIEWt. CEEStOK,   B.    C.  l)f  I   *  . l_5_B-/Bi***I m ��������������������������������� fliitt,.  /  Tfhe Secret  SMceessJM 3akit$g\  consists Very largely of  choosing a baking- powder whose leavening  qualities are uniformly  reliable.  Magic Baking Powder  *., 4.i__ m������_������1_h -4._������__. __._���������__  is v.av [ivrrucx   naaai. uctci  fails you. This is the  -reason, why it is hy far  the most popular baking powder in Canada.  j       Wtom n IIA DDKWIWf!C      I  BW t������:"mw _y   B BJ-B.B   _ aas-aoBSBia  BRIEFLY TOLD."  Hon. George Lawrence, former minister of agriculture and immigration  -in the.Roblin Government of Manitoba,  died __ San Francisco,  Cal.,* on ;May  25th.--    --;      .   - - "i; '  * Seven ^families Just /arrived in the  Dominion, appear to have established  a record in immigration with 11 adults  and 54.'children-of various-ages from  23 io 1% years.  Chong  Sam  Bow,-four  times-tried  on charges of murder of Arthur Jones  in "Vancouver, has been granted lea-veto . appeal to the .Court of Appeal in'  ."Victoria.        * 7. -   ���������  Dr. Coleman, woman physician, and  Mrs. _". W. Jarman, nurse. 'Toronto,  have left for service in the James Bay  district. They will travel by aeroplane from Cochrane to Moose Factory, their headquarters.  N Premier Stanley M. Bruce has outlined a scheme for the acceleration of  the settlement of British Immigrants  in Austral^., the scheme including  free passages for children under _2  years of- age and half fares for children between 12 and 16.  That Canada's building and the exhibits which it houses are the most  striking in the Eritish Empire "Exhibition is the opinion expressed by Hon.  W. C. Nichol, Lieutenant-Governor ot  British Columbia, who has1 returned  from an extended tour- of "Europe.  i-or* War Services  Ralph Cbnner Paid $17,640 As Captain  and Chaplain in C.E.F.  Rev. Dr. C. W. Gordon, "Ralph Connor," of Winnipeg, was paid $14,678  for his services as captain and chaplain in the    Canadian"   Expeditionary  riiu a.     __ mm. ._-.--_--     _-. __ 3 -j      _ _      -i- i  ue-  pendent" was $2,962 during this period, making a .total payment of $17,640.  Dr. Gordon served for ��������� four years,  three months 'and twenty-eight.-days.  A part of the time he was engaged in  delivering addresses at patriotic meetings throughout. Canada and the Unit-  " ed States. The information- in, regard  to his services was.given in the House  of. Commons* in answer to a- question  by "William Duff (Liberal, Lunenburg).  Taking a  Few Notes  Convict.���������-What are you doing here?  Reporter.���������Only talcing a.few notes.  Convict���������Well, you'd "better be careful-;   that's what Jim, Is "here lor.  No Asthma Remedy Like It. Dr.  J. D. Kellogg's. Asthma Remedy is distinctly different from other so-called  remedies. Were this not so it would  not have continued Its great work oi  relief until known from ocean to ocean  for its wonderful value. Kellogg's,  the foremost and bes������~of all- asthma  remedies, stands upon a reputation  founded in the hearts of thousands  who have known Its benefit-.-  The "hand" us������*d in reckoning the  height of a hors*-* is equivalent to four  inches.       . 'J .... ���������-,-:..-.;.-��������� ������������������,';'.*,.-���������  Mlnard's Lihlmerit for Distemper  The wolf is the most dangerous wild  animal in the United States and Canada.      \     -.'������������������.'  Refreshes Tired JZyes  "Write Mv -ina^ MChlc-^o.i"orEveC������.reBob"c  W������fl*MWit)l������_^  MONEY ORDERS  When Rontlli*)-" inonoy by *m������.]������ uso Dominion Kxprc-f-f)*- Money Order**, Safer  than acndhif-r "jHIs.  ������  GERMAN MONEY for -mle���������300,000  murlcs, f!0c;' GOO.000 marl'-*. 00c; one million mark'*, $1.25; ton million mnrka, S<".*i0.  Specialty Import Co.. tl>ept. -1> 4 W. Dun-  diiK St.. .Toronto, Ont.  ayM  ��������� mm _st j&*>  Cigarette Papers  Largo Double-. Book  120 Laavoi  Fin**' You Ci-r> Buy/  AVOID IMITATIONS  ���������fHfflfflj    trwa mmv* i*nHNCH wem-ov.  THEKAIPIONNo. 1  THERAPION NO 2  ii IH tR ft JSl f**- B C-fr ^^ E^lo St  No. i for maricU-Canarttn,   Mo. ������ fat Blood a  Skin l������l������a_a<i������. (Me,aioiunronlc Wtft*n������ta<ai.  ������d:.������bv i.KAniMa-ciiRMikrh, vair.KiH ��������� Mm.AKn.a*.  aJ������.i.KCI.aincwa������I.IUo.l<_������������r������-oc*K>l,N.*V.������. Lo������U������-"  <-������ mail, at -u-qm n, vimmtiit, ���������asT.Toaoxio.  wm   III,   hi*,  m-t   ttrmcvr wrcv-v.   Momtmiuu  Stops Coughs, Colds  Sore Throat in a Night  Think of a medi  cine so healing, so  balsamic and ^antiseptic that every  trace of cold and  soreness goes before  It.  C A T ARRHO-  ZONE" is^Ov. certain  in catarrh, bronchitis, that every case  Is relieved ^promptly.  E x p e r fment no  __ longer ��������� success is  guaranteed if you/use CATARRHOZONE���������a veritable death to catarrhal"  diseases, because it destroys their  cause and remedies their effects.  Delightful- and pimple to use, quick  to act, sure in results. .Better get  CATARRHOZONE today. , Large  size, sufficient for two months' treatment, price $1.00; small size 50c. . At  all druggists. Refuse a substitute for  CATARRHOZONE. By mail from  The Catarrhbzone Co., Montreal.  Lost mine lie-opened  Old Eureka Mine In B.C. Is Now  . Working Again  ' Every mining district seems to have  its lost,, mines, but it seldom happens  that such a mine Is found and re-opened. British Columbia's original lost  mine���������-lost ������or fifty years or more���������^has  beeit found and work will begin immediately to getJ out the high-grade  silver ore.       --  "It is what is, known as the old Eureka mine, search, for which has lured  prospectors for"* years. It is eight  miles from the town of Hope, B.C.  "General' j. W. Stewart and associates  are now owners -<of the mine" and a  crew of men and supplies have recent-^  ly been sent in.  " . The lost " Eureka was last,  Heard of In the early '70's. According to; the story which ha.s gone the  rounds of prospectors for years, it was  discovered by an Indian trapper, who  brought "u chunk of solid silver-, into  the then wild and woolly western mining town of Hope. Hope was then  the mecca for hundreds of adventurers from all over the world, attracted  by the gold in the rich bars of the  Fraser River. -  ,  A company -was l formed in which  were many m**i_ prominent In - British  Columbia - in those days. Cabins  were built and mining with crude  methods was undertaken. Considerable ore was taken out and shipped,  t<5,San Francisco,, to be treated. In  those days the ore had to be packed  from- the mine -to Hope oh the backs  of Indians. -.-  . Even with the tremendous transportation cost the mine paid until  the owners' got into difficulties and  with the gold, rush turned elsewhere  interest in that part of the country  waned and the old mine was finally abandoned.  Then it became lost to" memory as  far as* Its exact location was concerned, but the "lost _ii_e" story remained to be often told by old-timers and  given little credence by those who had  heard stories of that kind before. That  the mine raally existed was a matter  of record in the archives of the province.   '.  About three y-aars ago A. S. Williamson, while., hjinting, . discovered  the old camp and workings. He Interested his firm���������Foley, Welch and  Stewart���������In the discovery and engineers were sent in and gave the  property a thorough examination. ^ ���������  Belief is ^expressed . by those in  charge of development work that the  Eureka will be a bonanza silver mine.  MOKitiG TOBACCO  IS FOUH YIRSES SEALE&'  Imel erj&eirsarft  The heat/,  fin nit  t-i  The heavy *  Sflgrijfla JS3psr  to bring you the full richness,  -a sad. a*2rBfi**B5jr_ta* <_-uwa���������������-&-������*_������--:--: A*? -a"-B*-S������- '.  _���������._=__,   _���������._.-.-_.__- __-    -_-__ -____ -asaww   merm    ������aav  Tofeaee������ ������f Quality  Manufactured by"  IMPERIALTOMCCO CO. OF CANADA LIMITED  Alberta Great Golf Province  - According to figures which have  been compiled. Alberta-stands second  only to Ontario in Canada in the matter of the number of golf clubs. Ontario has 116 clubs, while Alberta has  56.  The Death Ray  SATISFIED MOTHERS  Tropical Disease Hac Become Virulent  In  Northern Part  The stupendous loss of life suffered  in Russia during the war, and through  post-war epidemics, is just becoming  known through the medium of official  information which lias been published  in Germany. Epidemics of typhus  fever, cholera and smallpox which,, devastated vast areas have been largely  checked; but the country is now. in  the grip of malaria which has attained  tropical virulence, even far north.  Medical history invariably attributes  the downfall of Greece ajid Rome to  the introduction of malaria. ; The  Pe**sians are supposed to have carried  this enervating disease into Greece,  and no fewer -hah 7,000,000: Gj-eeks  perished from it, according to ancient historians. Tlie Groolcs, in turn,  are believed to have been responsible  for Its spread In Rome. It Is regarded as a clinical fact-that ..peoples  which have hitherto been entirely free  from malaria or other germ disease's  succumb the more readily following  their Introduction because they possess neither natural"nor acquired Immunity with which to combat them.  Will Have 600 Planes  The London Westminster Gazette  says that when the a 1������' ministry's pro-  Rrnmnio I������ complot.od, Groat Britain  Will.havo 600 up-to-date first-line airplanes and a similar number of reserves employed exclusively inde-  f<?jie**\  _*  ���������   ���������      *-  Neuralgia lomguereti  Its Pain Destroyed  Magical-. Results    Come    When    You  Apply *y  NERVILIMEl  IT ACTS QUICKLY  Mr. W. T. Green way, formerly connected with the Guide newspaper staff,  has written: "For twenty years we  have used Nerviline in our home; and  not for the world would we be without  it. As a remedy for all pain, earache, toothache, cramps and disordered stomach, I know of ho preparation  so useful and quick to relieve as Nerviline." Remember this, wherever  there Is pain, rub on Nerviline, and  you will get prompt results���������35c at all  dealers.  .-.������������������.  Toklo, Japan, was shaken by an  earthquake, Nov. 11, 1������55, which., destroyed 50^000 homes and killed 6,700  people.   ^  ;  '.      - , 7 v ,,'";  ^Corns disappear when treated with  Holloway's Corn, Remover without  leaving a scar.  Had Small Noah's Ark  A passenger on the Cunarder, Sax-  onla. which recently docked at Hali-  fnx. brought a small'Noah's-nrlc .-with,  him, He had two .jeerise, two duckii,  two owls, eight different kinds of cage  birds In pairs and a pair of white mice.  W     N.    IT.    iraM  MlnarcJ's  Liniment for Falling Out ot  Hair  Miss Eva Roddick  Tells How Cuticura  Healed Eczema  'My trouble began with an Ilch-  hil, and burning of the akin and  ^-^       then   ec-em'a: broke  f[^*\     o������* on my hands In  I���������I ���������j- ** ���������"<* *������b. It not ho try-  ^'���������^a^asjsv^ in������ on my nervet  that I ocratched It,  which caused watery,  aore eruptlone. It  WttH very painful to  put my hands In  water, nnd hard for me Ho do-my  work. I also lost my rent at night  because of the h-r.tatloii.   ������..      ,v ^  ''I began ut*.i.g CullcuraSo������p������ind  Ointment and they helped me, and  aftar uolngf almost two cake a of Cutlcura Soap and two boxes of Cutl-  -him Ointment I waa completely  healed." (Signed) Minn Eva Rod-  dick, Fallelgh "Lake, Nova Scotia,  "Dally uoe of Cutlcura Bo*p, Ointment nnd Talcum helps to prevent  ���������kin troablen.  aU������u>U *M% V*** t>f ������������J|.  / a k>w}pv.i      'a.  lf4*f*^a..H������>*-|  \wwr t*  a,,i.n w������ mmmm  A.t *r������������0 CaUlHiitlaiM  i.i    '' iwiaaaaiHurfv *'* *^* *a.a .**...   _aafia<MnMM.    |  , Hotvj-ild. Olntn������a������tllf������BdlOo.T������iaantM������,  Of ou** a������w SbavkuK -Uck.  -No other medicine gives as great  satisfaction to mothers as does Baby's  Own Tablets. * These Tablets" are  equally good for the newborn babe or  the growing child'-and are absolutely  safe. They cannot possibly do harm,  ���������always good. The-Tablets are mild  but thorough laxative which regulate  the bowels and sweeten the" stomach  and-thus relieve'baby of any of-the  minor ills oE childhood such as constipation, ^indigestion, colds, colic,.etc.  Concerning them Mrs. Arthur iFiliion,  St. Sylvestre, Que.; writes:���������"Baby's  Own Tablets have bees ox wonderful  benefit to my'baby'^who* was suffering  from constipation and indigestion. _, I  ���������always keep the Tablets on hand and  would advise all mothers to do likewise." The Tablets are sold by medicine dealers or by mail at 25 cents a  box from The Br. Williams' Medicine  Co., Brcckville, Ont.  Can Hait Planes and Cars by a'Patent-  Device  Dr. T. F. Wall, lecturer in electrical  research -in Sheffield University,  claims to- have discovered a "deat! *  ray." He has applied for a patent  covering "means for transmittina  electrical energy In any - direction  without the use of any intermediate  transmission wires/*  Dr. "Wall expressed the belief that  his invention will be capable of destroying life, stopping airplanes in  flight" and bringing motor cars to a  standstill, although h  tests on a large scale as-yet.  Insulin Value  Shown - ���������*  Statistics   Show   That   Diabetes   Has  Decflned 23.Per Cent.  Evidences that the use of insulin,  the new discovery for curing diabetes  Is serving to halt the mortality rate  from the disease, are contained In  statistics just made public hy the  Metropolitan Life Insurance Company.  , With the record oE Its 15,000,000 industrial '-policy-hblders for .the first  quarter of 1924 at hand, the statistical  bulletin of the company announces  that "mortality from diabetes declined  23 per cent, as compared with the  first quarter of last year among the  white policy holders, and 17 per cent.  among the colored.. Each additional  month helps to confirm" the impression  that the growing use-of Insulin is an  Important factor In bringing this  about.''. ,".7 ���������.,;. :. 7.-'  The death rate from diabetes for  March, 1924/ was 16,5 per 100,000. as  compared witb 2.2.3 for March, 1923.  according to,.the company's figures.  Trade With 'Germany.  Canada's trade with Germany  doubled in the last fiscal year, according to recent trade returns made public. In tlie twelve months ending  March, 192-1, .Imports from Germany  were $5,373,737, an Increase over the  .preceding fiscal sear of $2,831,323;  exports to Germany were "*������ie,l 53,<J73,  an increase of $6,202,796.  More Factories  Buslneaa ia not nltogether at a  standstill In Canada. During April  contracts wero let In various parts of  tho Dominion for 37 factories which  will cost $3,������41,000, or almost a hundred thousand dollars each.���������Toronto  Globe.  . Peevish, pale, restless and sickly  children owe their condition to worms.  Mother Graves' "Worm Exterminator  will relieve them and restore health.  _' Manitoba Increases Butter Output  About 15 per cent, more butter was  produced in Manitoba"*in 1923 than in  the preceding year, according to an  estimate of the provincial dairy commissioner. The quality, he states, la"  also distinctly ahead of last year.  After Every Meal  It's ������ic longesf-lasflngf  4*onfeciion yon can buy  ���������and it's a help io digest-on and a cleanser  for tbelmouttt  and teeth*'"���������';"  ��������� Wrtaley"_i meane  iHsneUt as well as  pleasure.  r  Cauada haa moro surveyed territory  than any other country In ,fln> world.  according to the president ot ttte Dominion Land Surveyors.  Mlnard'a    Liniment   for   Ache*   and  PaHiilB  "Vclur.Grcjcer  _"_-_ j_ "w*j**_i    j������  IVtliKrnaia  fre������ llatclne Boa-fc������������������  Wril������* tlie ttiLorAmntlm.  ���������_aakaaaw:a������a    *������aa*a������i.r������r������,lr.|  ������a-������. aa. -_.a4  mmm  giiiigii_m__^^  ���������������������  SISMBPiS'SP'  mam  ^dyui^maftfi. g*^^.-j^jj*^-s___"  msm -4V --'-*--1 l  THE  CJRKSTOS  REVIEW  *v���������-  THE CRESTON REVIEW ta"letterl*������^ved thiiweek hy 4* *��������� I  Kent iron. {"Senator Jbtorah, in which  HH  Issued every Friday at Creston. B.C.  Subscription : $2.50 a year in advance.  $3.00 to U.S. points.  C. F-Ha-stes. Editor and Owner,  ORESTON, B.CU PRII>AY, JULY 25  School Meetings are Lively  Judging by the - newspaper   accounts of the   annual   school meetings in parts of the Slocan   it is at  once apparent  that Creston   is not  the only town   where such   gather  ings occasionally get   out of hand.  According to the Leaser this year's  annual at New  Denver   was somewhat of a scream,  with   the Worn  en's  Institute   largely    responsible  for the discord, the ladies   organiz-  gtjnn having some able male champions there   to secure such   redress  as a public meeting   can    give   for  discourtesy alleged   to   have   been  shQ~u the   Institute.    While   this  feature of the   session    was   being  staged the ^Leaser affirms   that the  "melody became  jazz with   all the  i'iSSixuiAieiitS    Cut  Oi  vaa aa������o.  d~*ww������_  of the other incidents are told hy  the Z_ea_er after this fashion: "Dr.  Go-am tried to smooth things, but  why he did so it is impossible, to  imagine, for every cracked' skull  and broken nose would have been  money in his pocket.   Geo. Trickett  U....1 3      ���������     .-. ~������.'���������._..;_-.       r.4  jjiiiacu   a_- Mj|_acow*\>aaa������xa^    c<t  *jt������ <oa*c������i. <  man, but   the   chairman   couldn't  have got into the game with a two-  faced axe.    Several  of   the   ladies  tried to speak, but  their   vocal or  gans were   not made for that kind  of discussion.    In future   the ladies  should present" their own  case.    It  would probably be more  coherent  and logical and   less uncouth   than  it was presented Saturday evening.  .    .    .    .    If     the    -New    Denver  -meeting was a scream the Silvertqn  one was an eruption, if all accounts  are true.   .Some  of the citizens  of  that  town   -were accused off  being  lineal  descendants of Ananias and  others of the unrepentant  thief on  the  cross.    A real pleasant  evening "was had."  ���������was enclosed   a   copy   of   a   lefccer  written by Secretary of State Chas.  E. Hughes,    who   has   taken   the  matter up with the British ambass  ador.ih Washington.   'Mr. Hughes'  letter to Senator Borah follows:  ~ **I have the honor to acknowledge  the receipt of your letter-of June 2,  1924, referring to tne   for appropriate action correspondence  and resolutions in regard to the project for  the reclamation    _f   lands   in"   the  Kootenai -Valley of Idaho and Brit-  i_h Columbia and    the   application  made by the West Kootenay Power  and   Light   company   for - storage  easements on Kootenai I_ake for the  development of water power.  "I a.sn informing the British aju-  bassador of the interest  which the  residents cf the _Coctenai  Valle-' in  Idaho have in  the effect which the  works proposed by the   West Kootenay  Power and   .Light company  would have on the reclamation project.    I am asking  the ambassador  to inform .the department-whether  it is  the  purpose of the   Canadian  authorities to hold a hearing on the  application made by the West Kootenay Power-and   Light   Company  and, if it is, whether interested, persons in the   United States   may be  permitted to    attend    the   hearing  and to present their views in regard  to the matter.    I  will   inform   you j  promptly of" the reply   whieh is received from the   British   ambassador."  Resolutions     protesting   against  the granting of storage   permits to  the power company   -were passed in  May by tbe Kootenai   Valley Cojm-  mercial dab ar d the Creston, B.C.,  -board of trade on the grounds that  the proposed work  of the company  would raise the lake about   six feet  and Beriously  hamper the  reclam  ation of fertile   agricultural land in  the-valley.    These resolutions were  forwarded' to   Senator Borah, -who  immediately took   np^fche  question  with authorities in   Washington.  In the meantime, however, the  power company had applied for a  hearing in the Canadian courts and  the date for the   hearing   was   set  We are Offering Very Special Va|u������p in  ***?-*--;  _L������7fL>"CA_a__jf.   EC^Cir^ru  a_ave*_fl_  tfVAUAOVM   ���������  <*T"Ua������_ D^fti:^^. ������  ���������**9������9   a. aa-53" j_ jvu? quo-eft m*Z79f  ���������- -v :-.>:*,  rSHfi  BgBraB  ������__  _Mm!S  .  _H  f_���������  E|?JMWjMM1  *                    9*  ������������������"������������������  -  __  _____������  "  m  m&m  ^"^^  m  uSBBBB  *v  {{I  SSH_  Lancashire.    These goods are exceptionally smooth  and fine*    Prices are as follows:   . -.,  Cups and Saucers, per doz $2.00  S-lnch Plates "          2B20  7rincli Plates "        2.00  6-inch-Plates "      _:.....,.��������� 1.60  5-inch Plates* per doz: .:.....���������. .-$1.30,  Cereal Dishes        " :............ ?������30  Cpiipe Soups "      ......  L.. 2.00  in Soup Plates  ii  2,25  Cream and Milk Jugs  ������������������.���������.-  Fancy Cream and Sugars, pair ���������  nee  a $&Thmv&b:&, *&jl ������-^-v  25c. to 85c������  ��������� ���������- -��������� 75e.  ERCANTIL  Old Timer's  - '^*V_-aV_ **-_"_ __h._*_ _*  "*_^"U������ Jlfl-JL J.JL JL*������W-i J. !_.  U.S. to Protest  Raising Lake  BONNEBS FERRY.Jda. July 18  ���������Protests from Washington. D.C..  against the proposed raising of  Kootenai lake in British Columbia  for the purposes of developing water power, by the West Kootenay  Power & Light Company, a Canadian corporation, are   presaged in  and passed before any protests  could be made from the American  government. It- is not known  whether or not the Creston people  carried their protest before the  hearing, nor is it known what action if any, was taken. It is nob  believed, however, that the matter  has gone so far that protests "from  the United States cannot stop, or  at least temporarily suspend, the  activities of , the Canadian power  company.  Less  It is believed by those familiar  with conditions in -the Kootenai*  Valley that the proposed six-foot  -raise in . Kootenai lake would not  pnly halt Future reclamation, but  would endanger life: and   property  as well.    The   annual Hood   stages  LUMBER THE COMMERC-  of th������ Kootenai river,   which ���������uws - XA-u   LIFE   OF " THE  iiifco the lake, arv? fairly well est-ak*-1  ;    ��������� PROVINCE^  lished And-tajl^farnjw^^ ��������� jj '   / , ���������-,   "^. -.���������rrr*���������_V- - -,-.-",������'  make   arrkng-^^ ahead to   H^4f* Are - AJ*   More   or  safe  above  the high water  mark. Dependent on It,s  If the lake were raised^six feet, the  Hoods would be at least six feet-  higher in the back water which ex  tends to several miles above Banners Ferry. The volume of water  thus backed up, it Js contend e-3s  would be a. serioua-menace, from  which the damages' could not easily  JJ *r -  be estimated. It is thought unlikely that the CaiiatliaBB" government would be a party to such-a  potential catastrophe*if all the facts  were made known.   ���������>   .  dnstrial upheaval to close down.  Here are a few things that would  aW^at   -r_*rv.i-k������_a_  An Investment of i200,^,0@p  would be imperilled. -  An annual purchasing ^ power  of $100,000,000 would be destroyed.     "   '      "   ""':  Fo^ty t!|p_H_and workers, would  l^^fclifp*Afe3f)lKs-;^a #lA*,i "*      "  ���������j-r  TO...  _ 'rovsn-c^'  ___^..i^  R_.a.a_  **I remember way    hack   in    the  *C4 ������*       *  ���������o������e veil vies  rU<  was created, . amounting almost to  panic, when the news went   round  that the sawmill wan goin  a*V    *���������"*_������    J-ftlaTkOi-A  Fob SA-EaK���������150 chickens, hor������e������,  democrat*!, t>up*Kle������ uni. two- l-hoi*ae  wagon--. Will sell right fov c������sh in*  fruit.   Alfi'cd NelHon, Oanyon.  down. We were all more or less  dependent on~it." Thus, aii old-  timer recently speaking of the early  days of the historic Hastings Mill.  around winch grew up the present  city of Vancouver.  The most effective way to realize  what the lumber industry means to  British Columbia is to visualize for  a moment what would really hap  *pen if the 3,600 concerns exclusively engaged in handling forest pro  ducts   were   compelled  by any   in-  third of ite revenue.  The railroads would lose a half  their' freight traffic :-  Half ihe   number of big ships  would come to our harbours-   -  The situation is in fact niueh-the  sasne as it" Was in the "Seventies.*1  the forest industries are the life of  the Province. "We are all more or'  less dependent on the'them.1';' And  every reader of this article is interested.  During the suinutermeiintha tbe worshippers at thi*.."T7nite<c! Church at  Grand Pork a have service in the base**  uu-nt, the main building' being de-jid-  ely hot these- times. ,  loyal Oraap Lodge, Ro. 2095  MeetaTHIKDTHUbtSDAYoff  ������anh month at Mercant'le  Hall. Visiting brethren cordially invited;"  BIIIO OLSON, W.M.  and  Crates  SCOTTISH  PIXMUGHMEN  FOE CANADA  .*������   i������>4  Vt*-'       mm****-* *****_**���������-���������-������        hi* * I*   fwWJo������|-Kit*i-a.* w ������.���������������       *��������� i.   vJ ������--���������       a^^aa       ^.���������������"* *������������������ m-W      "*���������'*-        |*aa* -a*Mr* +- t*a������ltN������'*Wt||      Ji  , *r~ ,  &h  l"������r  AIM*  S%Ay  ivil      M..1MM       ������>w.������)i������,J*4.| I**,      Wmll*M*3r     ������J.I-������  Theate- omSgranti  In  have   capital  _lT������<*tf'xn -of Mr. T. 11, Itobortfl, of the Ilepartment of Col������tilmedOQ and B������v������i:onnien(>  Caanadlan. I3-k-1 flo . Hulllway.  ranarlng Uxom m few h-an-clred to a thousand potm-d-B,    Nlnatjr of tlie parly,. hailing from tlun count"** ol Im&mem, Sou, Sathorland-and Cafithneiial  wer* ae'Jeeied hy Mkm Anno MacD-orutlu, CJAnadinn ���������CSov������rnm������iit agent at lTttveiri-nn**.    Hi-oat of the -party cntnailned im the Went unon arrival at  Onob-A.''  ���������iesi-  Pluiie your opdorfi now for  Apple Boxes artd Apple  Crates,  Our Boj-ui-s ai*o all made p.  ^ Pine; |no Heiitilcrck used,  ' Priritin^>^n::-bdxes  done:'"  ���������  in:;,ft"ro;,cn!!tr>i,B.  Anyone,:;j������laoing:" .oi-dot;s .for  ,". Apple'1:5<>x0a' witli: n������]'������i'ri;;  also:' gtit; -th������.'' Bulli-Noae:1'  -.'���������   ��������������������������������������������� 7Appte;Gi--ite,7' Z;'-''ZaZ  ^^.      ���������   ^      ^���������       t^^ ' ^^U U|^^    ^U      UtUbL     ^u^'  |^^^  ttgtl& '  JU*u  i^^l**h   ^*  ^*) '  *aWI     f^mtwk t^^m^Wt W*"^p1   ^^^^^  ^^^^- &^^^^  ^m^^^ ^krym   \%^^m^  %*%& IIV-"- II' l_ I i I IB _^ B-fi \!  IIiiH v 1U * TlUU.IICli-1)1  ���������_  IJiiiBiwiK.  jj*..;",,":!',,.!..',.,, <w'n^  iiiiijiiiiiia-i 'iiMijMniiwiM^'iii  irliillliiiiiilliiliillllMiMitilll^^  wm  mZSm  i,-i������waa<iiii>������aiiiili������r>H������������������aY-il  ���������mm  wmmmm X  ���������jkEST������_������  J1SVSSW  />  .<  warn  PiniirMftiiP  Siiiia m  HEWS OF KOOTEHAYS  -\A/l-i __*-s-i  ������   ������   _.JA--J__,  Hairing onSy -recently taken over the iESasney Harris agency 1 *  am not familiar with-the machines in use in the Valley..  <,-_.  ~ ^ 7 -,---���������;������ -'    ' A ' *"- /., , -   - ���������  Th^L\ssnc^i^'Repaira-should order NQW^and he ready*  * ���������_.-       -   -* - .   ^ ?>*���������     "���������   -*.--**-.*������->_������-*-*' -- j-  Make.a note o<f'the, number of the p&-**t t _q aire 4; the nu tuber of    , ,  - _        <-. the machine isr^-jot. always sufficient..   ~- _.-.'���������  In stock:'No. 14 Mower, one-horse, with shafts.  New Capital CREAM SEPARATOR, 6GQ=lbm sixes.  Local and Personal  Dr. -gillie, dentist, will be in Creston  on Aagust' 4th, and -will remain aa  iengfas #a_ttrc������." ^, - '  For SASa_-=-One-horae democrat,  inj-  fair shape,   cheap    for   cash.   H. F.  Kobson, Wynndel  Fob Sa_s���������A one-ton ~ Word truck,  in good running" oi der, "8Si!6. H. S.  McCreath, Creston.  Cow Fob*. SAUB���������Purebred Hoistein*  freshened recently,, heavy milker, ,$70.  34Vntra������ Smith. Ei*iefcso-o. - l_  end/the cherry crop light, and plums  not due for .another week. -  Mien Jean Corhett of Winnipeg,  Man., arrived "on Monday for a few  "days9 visit with. Air. ���������ind Mrs. R. 3.  Htapiee:."  Cow Fob- 8_._ls5���������Fart Jersey cow,  freshened J illy 1st/ $65 cash, or will  exchange for fruit. Alfred Nelson,  Canyon, y  Mrs. Bennett'left on Sunday for  Inyermere, where she will bpend the  next six weeks-on a visit with her  parents in that town.  O.  M. Argue was a business visitor  Jso������ Shs *era part jssf tbe -wrc_,  returning on Wednesday;  .���������. XT,  For .the year just closed  the miners  _t- Fernie gob En 2G9u days and those at  -Michel 252 days.   v :  i     Boswell, Crawford   Bay'  and   Gray  ' Creek, are having a  "oi nt regatta and  - sports, day on Jul*? 26th".  ~. ���������- - - -*-   . ~_- 7,   . ��������� ���������*  ^������slfi*i-%herry-cij!op is now - on, the  eve,  and   like   all   other   points   is  lighter "than iii previous years**.  - Cranbrook voted'a gainst beer 642 to  5*jll," bnt Kinitierberley went wet 207 to  ltK>,   Yahk also waswet 86 to 32,  r~s        * -  At liiick Creeikj'ih the CJrrenwood  .-���������mmtry- the"sea8on. has been so unfavorable- that this, year's fall fair is cancelled.-^ " CV"--'-- *' -" "  . At, some OTiahagan. points the grasshoppers are so"' busy that farmers are  forced to cut their oats green to give  them something .to feed- in place of  hay.                 ",   -"-..,3.-'-,  Th (-'moisture shortage is so serious  at Okanagan points that a public *-eb=-  vice to pray feu* rain was held "n the  Anglican church at Vernon on Friday  night.] -* * ,   Orange lodges from Princeton, Ker-  mens, Penticton-.Sunnuprland, Peach-  land and K������-lowna took part in the  12th of_nly celebration at  Pentieton.  -t>_^._  -lvuj  its  l.'U(Vl  excellence  more    users    than  other kk*d.  t*l-������ wtf-va-a twin  uua.vug t -  has   won  any  Buy   the   Tires  tread  that  wear."  with   the  writes   "good  TIRES in 30 x3^ size  priced as low os $9.50  CHEVKQLET MOTORCARS AND  TRUCKS'  AGENTS  McIaAUGHL3K-BUrCK  CABS  \  - Fob Sa���������������������Two brood sows and: one  horse* suitable for bush or farm: wosk.  Mrs, B. Alderson, Creston. -.  A.Tooke of Chapleiau, Ontario, ts a  Creston visffcor fehir week, the guest of  MrP and Mrs. A. I*. Cameron*  7 '_' 7 -  Mrs. Jessie lewis, teacher of piano*  forte, Royal Academy of Music, London, Lament Bldg., Creston.  Fob Sai_5���������Team. Eight" horses, set I  double harness and democrat, will sell I  the out fit for 8125.    R. Hurl, Canyon.  S. A. Speers got   b������ck   on   Friday  Jtohkj ��������� t-vs's w*?dss' "tsy with JSrs.  Speers and family, who are spending  the summer in Victoria. " ' l  T*l_  .vaaaa raaasa-*.* ������_������.  ��������� ��������� .,.. ���������_ _  nf  -_���������_���������         -nr_it_-. _____���������������.  jEMB.gn'-vasa DKaep|(������������UH ������������������J>aa������   ar efcaaoy |nmi������-  bas falls*-*. oS heavily ths-- weak  the  at an  raspberry season  this ws  almost  Three bear of any variety, other  than grt-BEly, as the"lJ*24 bag limit, and  south of main line of the C.P.K. only  one grlzzlV, may be shot.  ,   Wood* Fob" S_XB~Dry   cedar .and  ismall poles, $2.50 a i-ick, or two ricks  . for $4; "other wood 4*g5;v allj| cash when  delivered.    Hugh Taylor, Cr^ton.   -  Haymakers���������Use of mower, rake,  wagon- and one.horse can be had by re-'  sponsible party ia-return  for cutting  12'tons of hay on flats.   A. D. Pochin.  Canyon. _  long.  At "Vernon, the _ grasshoppers have  done t-uchserious damage to the hay  crop that dealers^tre raising' the price  of milk on August 1st to the winter  scale of cha-i-ges .which usually do not  go 3nlo effect until "November.  AV_.__ftT*_k J  -VA&l������-.Wfi AJTBa-^l Jl a-*"  ���������fe  LmANkO APT  F&&M   OF   Af*OTIC-_T  SWOPSSBF  ^--  IfRE-Etfli>*r������������N������ 7    '*"  . Vacantr ; - -oar-JoervcaX - survey-*-*  Crown land* may^ b* ������re-*--Ipteff by  British aubjecta oiver Is. years'of aee.  and by alleaa oa declarhas Intention  to tecoma Etrltlsb : attbjeofta, conditional upon reaMence, occupation,  and -a-^ove-aQSkt tor. - agricultural  purpea-js*.,    - -      -. '" '  ' jB,ii������������'' nnwniia* wSS   *~^.r-~ m  reeardins  , jurs. L-aVas, wmi aAsweri.  is the-Nelson 'hospital for  three weeks, washable to  on iPnday, ^ind Is niaking a very satis  ������ -     - -  Kootenay Land  District���������District  West Kootenay :  __TAKE  H-axuinic  occupation  ts ptttieitt-j^  the  NCTICB  -Lin-lwr ^..m.  that   I,   Burpee  ������������������������-_^���������������      __-    rf-a .������..������_       x> ft .  _������CiIi,E~J',.  wi     VI rouuu, ->u.v.,  Inmberman;    intend    to  _**___1 *__*____*5*      &---"������    -stitguaS*t agga  ~i__S  .���������.   ���������������_   w^i=������ 1 following described lands :   Commenc-  _r   cut!  past i.     ai a ^rtBf. planted ttt the ^-.jiith ���������siSt  return home  atlRie 0f Sttblot 6 of Lot 4582, Group 1,  TRY OUR  &hAMR���������&K������P���������MK SAUSAGE  An economical dish,- easy lo serve. -  Shamrock Bran* HAM, BACON and LARD  * - *  .*���������������������-������ e a������ir_ ass?   j^s_ ar a-������^-c,__,v   __*-raT_*_-"S"_-*  1 if tl^atSrtt*T���������f.i-'/*Tlflf iff>*7r.     f _*_*i4r������_P-<������rfa-I-������  ,    A#a^A  _������ 4ba������a-  Government graded, highest quality.  FRESH and CURED FISH  all varieties.  CAoices* BEEF, PORK, MUTTON, VEAL, LAMB  ~      BURNS' IDEAL POULTRY FOOD  increases-egg production and produces better poultry 1  -Buy the best.  faetos-y a*ecp*M������ry������  7   - -*"--  Mrs. K. liyne was a Nelson visitor a  couple of days last week, attending a    ---   -_    ���������-__.-.-     ,^    _      ^^    ,  ������n.Ai������-s-- -rift.-. MM������n3i-���������- ������s������aa n-^fa,  11he-���������hiatvRiver.'t_fci.eenortheriy-along  meeting of.the executive of the Koote-1 ^^ ^^ ^^ of ^^ Goat ^er _ ������������  thence southerly .along the westerly t  boundary   Of    the" British   Columbia  Southern itailway-Hght of way for a  distance of 60 chains, .more or   less,  thence due west U> the east bank of  -*  nay-Boundary Women's Institutes,  which she is convenor. ' -   .   .     *���������  .e6o_*  gaaBil   iS  SUUct!-  A. I*. Cameron has made a very  thorough job of- cutting down the  thistle and burdock crop along "the  streets and Danes within the village  area the part few days.  _.fcSHl������  ������������"M-he intei-sectioTi with the 'aouth.boun-  "v dary of Si-blot������, thence due ea*t along*  the said south bpundary <>f:Snhlot 6 for  o distance of 25 chains more or less to  the point nf commencements and containing 165 acres more or less.  BURPEE HARDING BENTLEY,  Dated July 10,1024. Applicant.  pra-emptlona la'  j.-1"- !_*&������__ Series.  How to F-re-empt X_und,V copies of  which can be obtained.li_e of cbarare  by addreBainaf the Xtaportment of  Lande, Victoria, B.C-1 or to any Government Asemt.  EtmncTGs wl!! be tsraHstee covertaff  only land suitable for agricultural  purposea, and which la not timber-  land, i.e., carrying over 5,000, board  feet per nor* went of the Coast-tangfl  and 8,000 feet per acre east ot that  Range.  Applications' for pre-emption* are  to b* addressed to the Land Com-  mlMlon������r of the-Lan_ Xtecordins Di-  vledon. In which the land .applied ttk  is oltuated,nnd are made' on printed _  forma, copies of -which can be obtained from'.the Lao. Coromloaloncr.  - Pra-emptlona must be occupied (or  fiv* year* and improvement* mad*  to value of |10 ^ per acre, ~ includlnE  cleorlna and oultivatintf at Ceaat Clvo  aor**, before a Crown Grant can be  reeoived.  For mora detailed information *e*  the    Bulletin    "How    to    Pre-empt  Land." -��������� ���������    j  PUROHAftE  Application* are received -for pur-  chaa*' of vacant and uareaorved  Crown land*, not "Ming llmberlanA,  for agricultural purpoaao: mlnLmutm  prlo* of fh-*t.-cla������ui <arabl������> land 1* $B  !>*r aor*. and aocona-olasa <gra_tt-jr>  Mid 1*1.50 per acSre. Further Information regarding purchase or lean*  of Crown land* la given ln Bulletin  _To. JO. "_and flerioc* wPurc_a������* and  Lease of Cran-rnLanda.*'  Bfilll, factory, or Induutrlal oltea on  timber land, not exceeding 40 acras.  may be purohoaed or leased,'the conditions Inoludlng -payment ol  atumpage.'  ',:< ���������;"������������������ ;���������-":.���������. MOMEorru leaseb ;���������,-.:  . |   Uneurvoyod area*,, not, exaeedliw >*,  ��������� 'aer**.��������� wia*r'1.'"be  l^iMiwd  *������.'i'hom������*lt**'.:  .S_USJ_.Es a?'  conditional  upon   a dwelling  beino,  crcotefl in the ������r*t year, title belns  ->t>ta1nabl*  after r*aldano*  and  lm-  pi-cveniant oonditlon*   ax**    fulflU*<l  and land ha* been enirvoyed.  L-.A5E8   ��������� -  For' graalng'' land:' Induatiial:   i>ur-  poaaa area* not a-coeedlng 040 acreai ���������  may be 1*������**(1 by on* peraon or m  company.       ���������       .  arrAziNQ '  Under th*' draalng 'Act' th* 'Prov-  inoe '-la- dlvldad into- uraaln-r Alata-^e-tt -  and the range a-|mtn|a_ei-ed under a  QratUng  - - ��������� Commiaaloner.' v ;, Annual  gracing. parmlt* - ar* iaauad - ba*������H3>, on.  number* ranged, prloi-lty b������lug given  tu amin.itti*h-������a . ownevau, Btoolt-oirivcar*  may. form'' aa**ot&lats,0"aa ' for rawi*"-'  managomant. - -' 9V**, :o#; pairtially free,  permit*. ar*''avalla������la ' for *������tt������er������.  *������UMlMir������, mm* xrm.*rmo*rm, up ici iw-o  head. < - 4q  dence on half-acre lc������t. -welLplanted to  HiBiuiK fruits. Unobstructed - view of  whole Valley. Will sell right for cash.  F. B. Turner, Creston. ..  ' '        -      ***  C. A������ Ulsch of Los. .Angeles,  who is  motoring through to Saskatchewan to  remove the family   to   California, - is  spending a,Sew .days  here   with   Mr.  atad Mrs. GK Nickel oh his trip east.  -The service in*- Christ Church on  Sunday! evening will be the last until  September ns Rev. H. and Mrs. Varley  are leaving early next week for their  usual month's holiday which will be  spent at the coast.  The evening service at Creston  Methodistphui-ch/ is withdrawn for  Sunday, July 27th, and for the three  Sundays thereafter^ local talent will  (supply the pulpit Uev. Gr Knox '-having been granted a month's vacation.  ��������� ' *  Tho Rpdgers box factory is still bu&y  on iho make of raspberry crates, the  berry crop at SS-tst Kootenay points is  Just coming in and ^ orders for crates  have already come from points as far  east no Dn.ynes and Wuldo, us w oil * ���������  Ittvormere,.  The Grand theatre, which has boon  '"dark** for the pant two Saturday  nights* will bo  open off usual this Sat-  ,'utrday.' \ \. |B^aenti n g '���������',���������:, W^ j-; Rua-tel I- - -; tn  *-Gooa-By Glrla,"' a photoplay cbmbln-  ing drama nnd humor, adventure and  romance. Iovb',k_ii':|������ottcani,',!.-:''.''i!r        '���������  ������������������A.-' '!",'';..7'';'���������'������������������'���������' .  '''���������"������������������x''''-'-<'y-''-'A''A'l-''i'Jm,A'-''-':  .   Tin* ii������u.w - wiylu -of  pOi������^j*uue AiuMiey  order came Into use at the flrat of tho  mouth,.- and thOBo who irecelve them  are' notified',:. tfiat^.tinlea^' .'thiy./^i^-piNDii,  aente'd -for )pa^������jpi,'. ^IJtSith' '^..daiyii. of'  IsBueat leMb^a months delay will occur while the pontmaater wrl tea Ottawa to get ihe Woccsfiary aufthorlaatl on  to |*_y, OY<di^ue/o������'iit.i������*_,  ,., ih.  ROBBING  ALCOHOL  # ���������_*��������� -* ^ * -   --  *%*, *.  Our  Facilities  To be oi the greatest service to. a  busio-ess concern, a Bsnk. nsiBSt  liave fMil an4 ade^aate fatcHifHeaa.  With over 190 branches t_r^r*rsiii||h-  _ _it Gasiau-fe and with ?^ro_^t af*  fiUations abroftd, this sssmk. c___  offer business houses a sere-ice  that sattefactoriljr^fu-S-ift aSS *sSe-  snands of local, imffttonal and  foreign trade.  I_VfPER1^J  49���������^     m\\\      ^* *m\\w     SB SmmmXmmW   Smm\      *^V^_BLfV *_������������������_BB���������I  C W. ALLAN,  OF a*^_MA_QUV  CRESTON BRANCH,  Xh.<e Best Way  tADoOy  JwC"t$>& Worn  Ewry  ���������;���������'"     FISiWM-"rO'rt-S^i.K''77;^  ..-��������� ..-���������."'��������� '���������r;.ii..'-r,ir,.i.i. ';t;,m,-,:������������������  - Waif ������ecUon J good mixed farm, .40  mile* north of Calgary, Alberta. 11  "ttt-lleo from frown hlffh school, 8 trains  dally, wllli take a littlo property In the  Grenton district as part paym-mt. For  full'parti culsurB apply'0. NOTJOIJIISB,,  CiarMKaii-*^AitaM or toMrs* Houguker^  Canyon, B.C."'-  A relllable rubbinflr alcohol compound 8s vitally nece8_tary in the  home, the sickroom, "the hospital,  Gsd th_ -athletic' training- quarters.  PURETEST RUBBINCJ ALCO-  HOL Ifl BelHn-ftfftoter today than  aasy oiiher rubl-i-igr alco-hcl eem-  pound on the market. Londinfir hos-  pitala, gymnasiums, and Athletic  teams thvoughoafc.tho country are  ualng , lt7 exclusively������ Campera,  tramporB, and all people who work  Hard with the muacloa and body  should uae it to relieve" sorenesa.  1-unoneBs- othTneaB, , bruises and  sprains. ,' ��������� ���������- '"*"<',  '������������������ "-Tho:"��������� w'������cd-������atto<������i- "hy "wlMch tttls  preparation has boon made fit -for  external use only, dona not vender  It hnpleawmt in Bmoll.     <  I in������ -for reducing lever and cx-  ceaBive perrrdratlbn^ and for reliev-  Ihg Infiomcd ���������Idn- a������d hoadachei.  Kj#- fcUi*.lw#'Mi  DON'T risk loss by en.clo������ii_g casll  in your letters. You will find the  Money Orde-rs issued by this Bank a  Sttfe and convenient way of payina  your out><irf*town accounts.  ioco������taaPoetO_i_������ocHsq?t*e*������0--de--a.  WB WSLCOMB YOUR BUSINBS8 w*  I  THE CANADIAN #ANK  OF COMMERCE  Capital PaSd Up $2O^CJ0_y_O0  Reserve Bond $2O^0O0XJOO   "  Creeton Bi-andbi  C.G.B<-metnMa--_aeer  r jr-Wwmt,"  W^ a_.  "*fiffiaO  16-oz. size, S1.Q0  .' ,���������     " V>' :;'1     '   ���������.   ,'    i   .  Bsaitie-Oslway, Ltd.  .     I>ru&$l*t& <& Stationers  Hot Air  ^ Steam  and  Hot Water  Hea.tiiij_r  Sheet MctAl Work.    A good stock of Pipe  and Pipe Fitting*" on hand.  fi. W. RYCKMAN,-"Crestou  Wiwaiwi*** THE   REVIEW,   CRESTON,   B.   C.  y  'mmm  Farmers" and   Monopoly      /  "Price Is Usually the Factor That  Governs Production  We may reason that a certain group  of: fanners should produce the wlieat,  another group corn, another group  dairy products, and so on, but it will  be icund thai no -Sower will keep men  producing- a certain kind of farm product when some other pays better.  Price Is the greatest force in influenc-  Ing tlie kind and quantity of farm product produced.  Wages are relatively higher ir. me  city th^n they are in the country. This  causes a movement of the people .from  the farm to the city. "We may well  reason that the people will be better  off to _ remain on. the farm, that the  disparity between the prices of farm  product s**"a.nd other commodities can-  hot last. Nevertheless it is but natural for people to seek the occupations that will return them the greatest income.  1; Those -who feel that through cooperative effort a farm monopoly will  be established, forget that if any farm  product becomes relatively' higher  than some other it stimulates an increased production which, would defeat any form of organization altempt-  Tourist  Traffic  To   Be  Heavv  !  .e  Heavy Tourist Traffic  Is  Expected  In  j-.su.a_a--. -r-u:_   <*__,���������_.���������  *^a" fc^w 1 4*ca     ��������� ano   t_-G.caoi.il  Expectations are for a very heavy  tourist traffic to Alberta this season.  The railways are preparing for a large  influx-of tourists to the mountain  parks, which will he open shortly and  the various auto clubs in Alberta have  indications of heavy motor,' tourist  travel. - The Mounted Police Pageant  and celebration at Macleod, the Stampede at Calgary, and the Stampede  and Exhibition at Edmonton,- are  events which are expected to attract  many visitors. The Mounted Police;  Pageant is on July 1, 2 and 3, and the  Calgary Stampede is in the week of;  July 7, with theVEdmonlpn events the  week following.    - "  T1  his cfiartn. you  **?  keep  Youthful radiance of complexiotil  Millions of  women have learned this 'simple way  Plan  Metal  Seaplane  /"  British  Refuelled   .In  on  Craft   Will    Be  Mid.-Air-       ~ ������  The '"march of progress goes  apace in aircraft construction and research now proceeding aims to evolve  winged ships of metal.with staunch  sea-going hulls which' will be able to  stay"out cruising, fly over oceans, and  only require to replenish fuej| occasion  ally from some surface tender.  Secret developments in metal construction iwill be incorporated in the  new planes, which will be larger  than those just tested to carry 12  passengers at 100 miles an hour.  Refuelling in mid-air from airplane  tankers by means of flexible tube  devices    is    to    be . deveolped on the  new'air boats.-    "- =  -   i '. ' A  If Tormented With Corns  Use Godd Old "Putnam's"  "   The fresh softness, the radiance  of youthful skin need not be ,los"t-  as the years accumulate.   Clever  women  guard this  charm���������keep  it1���������today.  This simple method does that  for millions'*of women.   Now you  -may use it���������and keep that schoolgirl complexion.  You need only do this  Cleanse the skin reg-ularly, -authorities say, to keep your- complexion loi%ly, radiant,, youthful.  But   beware   of  harsh   cleans ing  mctlic-ds.   They injure .skin., -  ) *  Wash thoroughly with  Palmolive Soap���������each night before retiring. Rub -the creamy,  foamy lather well into the tiny  pores. ' Rinse-1-and repeat the*  washing.   Then rinse again.  Then���������if skin is ;3ry���������apply a  little cold cream. That is all. Skia  so cared for is not injured by cosmetics, by wind and sun, or by dirt.  The simple, correct zvag  You cannot find a more effec  tive beauty treatment. Because.  Palmolive Soap is blended of rare  palm and olive" oils���������famous for  mild but thorough cleattsihg*  qualities since the-days of Cleopatra.   And it is inexpensive.  Be sure you get Palmolive ���������-  which is never sold unwrapped.  AH dealers have it. For just one  week try this simple method'and  -watch results. You will "be astonished, delighted! . - -  "Use   Palmolive  for .the  hath,  too.    Thousands   do ��������� it  is" so  ���������economical. "  efficiency  produce  25c fiualitv  for  10c  THE PALMOLIVE COMPANY OF  CANADA, LIMITED  "Winnipeg Toronto  Montreal  MADE IN CANADA  Palm and olive oils  ���������nothing else���������give  .nature's green color  to Palmolive Soap.  2403  It  is   really   a   simple   thing  to .-remove   your   corns,   and   without   pain,  ing to establish a monopoly.      Every  sensible  farmer amd    every    thinking   if you apply "Putnam's  Painless  Corn  business man knows there is no suchExtractor.       It   acts, like  magic,  lifts  1      /\11   I- t-l^j-t /in-ian   . ������4->  a-_l_        _r_'^-  .-I 1_t ���������.-.*_. wa   _"!-. 1  m .-*���������-_ _  p���������i_:s...   nt  LiApivus     vr_  Stir French  Aviators  thing  as  a  Dairyman.  -arm  monopoly.���������noams  :������������������*���������..  S ���������****���������-  AND BULL EYES  out the corn; root and branch^: leaves  the skin smooth as silk. No failure  With '��������������� Putnam's," 25c every where.  Is    Proof    That   the    Bbod    is    Thin  "'V.--',   ant! Impure  It  is  the  blood  that  gives  coloi- to  "he cheeks and lips, as well as brightness to the eyes.     If your'blood .get's,  "hin the color'will fade and "the eyes  -row dim.      By the time this happens-  /ou will notice ihat   you   .tire    easiiy  ind    are    subject    to headaches and  backaches, for the blood goes  every-  /.���������here and the entire system feels the  -ffects when, it becomes thin. Dr. Wil-  iaras' Pink Pills contain the elements  lecessary to enrich the blood, and this  io tier blood-strengthens    the    nerves  md all,the organs .of the body, brings  *' glow of health to the cheeks, bright-  less to the eyes and a general feeling  if renewed health and strength.    Miss!  Florence    Johnson,    Stratford,     Ont., ���������  vho has proved the valine of Dr. Wil-;  '. anis" Pink Pills in cases of this kind,:  '-.ays:���������"A few years ago I was great-:  ly run-down; my blood was very poor'  a.nd my nervous system in bad shape. ;  rtie doctor said my condition was due ���������  :o improper d'-t and lack ot iresh.aliv!  '  then commenced eating the food -he'  -dvised amd went out daily for a walk, j  C dad not improve,  however, and was  *  Calgary  r>ede. July  Was Friend Of White Man  Memory .Of     IridiaDw  Chief     Pegu is  Honored By Monument    7a-  In commemoration- of the good work  of Peguis, chief of the Sauiteaux In-1  dians, the -"white .man's.'-friend and a  faithful ..Christian/"- a ���������monument"was  unveiled in^KildpnaniParlc..jDn Victoria  Day by Sir James Aikins, Lieutenant-  Government of Manitoba. A notable  gathering of Red River Valley pioneers, including many members of the  Peguis tri������>e, attended the ceremony,  Chief Henry Prince, grandson or Chief  Peguis, was present.  The monument was  erected by the  Lord Selkirk Association.  Attempts at Record Flights Are Soon  To Be Made  The exploits of Captain Pelletier  D'Oisy, the French airman who flew  from Paris to Shanghai, have so stir-  ���������red French, aviators that .various attempts at -record flights are soon to-" be  made. Col. Vuiliemin is contemplating, a flight across Africa to the Cape 26  of Good Hope it is understood.      Lieut. \     -Regina   Summer  j Aug. 2.  a   ASMsn���������'  List *of Dates  For Some of the Forth  coming Summer Fairs  ������*-  Manitoba   Summer   Show,   Brandon,  Show   and   Stam-  June 30 .to July 5.  Summer _  7 to 12.  Edmonton Summer Show, July Ii to  19.  Saskatoon Summer Show, Jul5r 21 to  De Peyser expects ths government to I  Show,   July j^S  to  authorize   a   trip   to   the   North  which he is planning to make.  Pole,  I-  Saskatchewan    Corn    Show,' Swift  . Miller's Worm Powders are the  medicine for children who are found  suffering from the ravages of worms.  They immediately alter the stomachic  conditions under which the worms  subsist and drive them from the system, and, at the same time, they are  tonical in their effect upon the digestive organs, restoring them to healthful operatLon and ensuring immunity  from further disorders from such a  cause.  Dagneaux pl&ns to'fly from-France to  Capt.   current,-Nov." 19 to 20.  Madagascar,  while  Capt.  Girie,, wants W<jate to be named-)  ~ Alberta  Corn   Show-"   Medicine   Hat,  to perform the stunt of leaving Paris  in the morning, lunching in Algiers,  and returning to Paris for dinner, or  covering 3,000 kilometres by airplane  in one day.  iiueh discouraged.      A friend advised :  ue to try Dr. Williams', Pink Pills.      I j Spinach  Is Valuable Food  .oat no  time in getting  a supply and       ,���������,     ,     .      _.       .     ' .       , .,  ran-ii-uthfunv say tiiat when I had! T,,G lowIy spinach, served as a side  -nlshed rh'f* firs*, box T could note'an j dish and scorned by many as "grass,"  'ranroTfment,     From, t lion on the pro-i is now. found to be one of the most  %r������������������>?-.3   -"ftt-   steady.      My   complexion,'  t\-jilc:h   iiail b������-'-n   pah- and sallow,  be-  -si* to t-alie on  a healttav glow, I felt,  ������ great deal .stronger aihd my sippelltn ! shut** ol* Technology, has proved its  bi-eaHH-* norrcal, and soon ��������� my health'  vrn-ii fully r-("s-or<-d. - Heforv usinK Dr.'  "���������VilHarn.'V Pink Pills T did not know!  anything sttbout their wondt-tTiil etti'1-"- ;  tia.'S, hut: now I rfeoiiimia^nd th^ai to all i  j-ufTerlriK   lYorn  similar   ailments.''' j  ii'ou catL... j*-*i. llK'Hr.) pllln from any {  iiu-iUcam- iiv'-ii"'J" or l������y Ju.aJl a". ">0 <:i-r������t..-i ,  a box I'mro The Dr. William--' Medi- I  elm'- Co,,   FJroclcvUlo, Ont.  .valuable foods, known to science. Prof.  "W.  M.  Bunker,  of Massachusetts  In-  value. Fed to white rats, Its effect  was conclusive. One rat, made a  startling growth immediately after being put on a spinach diet, while another, denied il, was stunted.  Stock  For Prince's  Ranch  .-���������:���������' -*���������:���������.  Shipment li-icludes Seven  Hunters and  Small Dartmoor Pony  A number of valuable pure-bred  sires and mares belonging to the  Prince of Wales liplve. been shipped  from Liverpool aboard the steamer  Gracia, enroute to the .Prince's ranch  in Canada for breeding purposes.  The consignment was-purchased by  the ranch manager, W. L. Carlyle,  when on his recent visit to England,  ���������nd' comprises four Clydesdales, including the three-year-old stallion.  Baron Blackwood; seven.hunters, including the well known steeplechaser,  Irish Frieze; and a Dartmoor pony.  The pony is so small that, it was  brought to the steamer In" a wooden  crate:  Manitoba   Corn   Show,   Melita, Nov.  Old "**-r_v-*!3*"i*i*"w **r*iscovw*rc*"  As the result of exca-yations at  Trent Park,- the residence of Sir  Philip Sassoon, a drawbridge off great  antiquity has been discovered. Roman  daggers and sandals and some quaint  horseshoes also have been unearthed.  According to tiadition, Dick Turpin  used to hide in the moat in this nark.  Clark s   Beans  With  Pork  Clark's Beans and Pork are all cooked,  ready to  heat and serve.      They  save  labour,. fuel and ,worry and en- -  sure    perfectly - cooked    beans.   The  family size  contains  two pounds net  weight^ -   .,   '       '  ���������        *       ' ,,   "  "Let the Clark Kitchens -help you/1*  Nov. (date to be named),  1924.  Arabia Lacks Rivers  .    Though    Arabia    is    some 1,250,000  square  miles  in  extent,  there is  not  The Royal Toronto, November 1S-26,. one real river in its whole length or  breadth.    Lt B**  ** *        __. PLWIer x<r>h&P&t������'"  g&rsifl Oi / /now" -  Gforheat  passed to you.   v,w^       . ������   ffat meat.  assimilating your food.  Cuts and Bruises DisappBar.���������When  Hnfforing from cuts, scratches, bruises,  np rains, sore throat or cheat and any  HlmllsiT ailment, use Dr. Thorn an 'a Eclectric Oi". It,-; healing power js well-  known in- ev<������ry section of the com-  nuiiilty. A bottle of Dr. Thomas Ec-  le civic OH Hhoultl ho In every medicine  client ready for the cmfrgencles that  nuiy ulwitys be finJlt-Ipated.  Better To  Mitfh  Stop  better  lo  f-tnp nt tho ero'iKlng  Larg-e-at Austr.-iUa-n  Ft-"inch  The   blggr-Pf;   purchase   of   puHlornlJ  i  prup'Tly  *-vor  record*-"-*!    Jn     Western i  fVuslralEa    1������jbk    been    tu������de,    by     Sir!  Rinlinrd  Wnlclh* Griffith, who i*������:-cetktly j  b-ought  two  -firop'-rlif-s,.  ea<*h   eonat;.:*- !  Etkg or -iboul   IjBO.OOO an res..      The pas-j  tiitre-f-,   r->r" whla-h  the  price of  $NOO,00������> j  wiiH paid, hare been enelom-d with TOO J  tulles ol' fenelnp; and GO pnddock-- have ! cornner poking InUi you  he-en built, J went wr:������ng.  emumm nwv uau '-njiwvefitu "  Especially Prepared for Infants and Children of All Ages  unci cuhsi If you wimt. to tlum huvb the  to *i������.������e what  It will Relieve a Cold.���������Colds arc  the commonest ailments o"f mankind  and it neglected may lead to serious  conditions. Dr. Thomas' Eclectric  OU will relievo lhe bronchial passages  of inflammation speedily and thoroughly- ant- wil1 strengthen:- them  against, subsequent attack. And as  it oases the inflammation It will usually step the cough because It' allays the  irritation in tho throat, Try it'and  prove It,  hutitmusi  233  Moth-)*-': Fletcher'-) Cuatorla haa  3-ecn In twa for over no ye&ra a������ ji  liiWisnn U hnrmh������������i������ bubHtlfute for  Castor Oil, t'aregorlc. Teething Drops  naii'CoLlo-"���������      Proven tilrectlona nro on  inch    snnOzAtZo.       l-hyaJ-claina    every*  whora rf*nomm'vnd It.      The Itlntl yon  hi*vo always bought br-aru nlgnnturo of  tf    4r  "W."������     40St  Lunch For the Man,  II: Is always a problem to make up  u    tasty ��������� and    uoudshlu^   lunch.      A  reader sends ua this letter on the- suh-  j-������r������l : ���������;-��������� N  "My huHbtind. lis a rule, hates sand-  wlcheti, but this ono never foils to call  forth  words of recoinmendntlon-���������one  hard  boiled  egg. one-hall!-tho  amount  of salt meat (ham, corned boot", dried  beef,  or  cookou  bacon).      Grind   tho  egg und  the ment.      Season  to tasto  with p.-*If, pepp^". irutMlnrrt; nnd a few  dropn of vinegar.     Moisten to spread,  with llorden St. Charles Millc.     Servo  on a ctiap Ictluco lcat' (with a HUIo  onion,   chlvcK,  or   celery   chopped   In  with II, ir you like).     Allow ono egg  for -..-aeh tlu'c** uainhvlches."  Mlnard'e     Liniment,,  # i c r.->c,i_y  the     Athlete"*  \V.    N.    V.  Ji'iaiairia iTat  ffgfggmgmimmmi  SJfflP Enameled Ware has "-a  %he smooth surface and polish of  fine crockery���������without the breakage. And it is so very e_asy io clean  ���������������-just like china, and therefore  inakes liffht work of pot washing:.  Try this test. Take an SMP  Enameled Ware sauce pan andTan  all-metal sauce pan of equal size.  Ihto each pour a ^_uart of cold  water. Put on the fire at the same  time. The SMP sa^uce pan will lie  boiling- merrily when the water in  the other is just beginning to  dimmer, .'"'.;  v*50 S  "AFace of Porcelain and it Heart of St������*V*  Threa flnl������h������������t T*������nr* W������r������, tw������ cwliot pa������rly  mm onnmet Innlila- ������iid ������������|t. OUmctiul Ware, Uiir*������  e*������U, ll-rlil Wu������ nnd wlilt- nut-Id*, white jlnlntf  Cvyk-tal Wur������, three co_l������, pur������ white Imidft and  out, with Hoys! Blne< edclnr.  tDPCAM-'OA  "-"������������������Sheet LMetal Products co.^u^riS'  MQJMTREAL.   TORONTO     WINNIPHQ  -JDM-fNT*)*"    %/���������/-. N Cot JVPOt       CAL6ARV  MBb  I ���������T-i*T"' mJx"    ',^7|r^grlffr^*^^**^*g**fti-..a.i.i      i ���������     eiini i.irj     11 -____---���������-������������������  y  TTTE    RKYTEW.' CRESTON',    Bf~ <������  J  f_"  i  _"*-*���������-������ a ������������������_ __*i At* a   ��������� ft* S������>_L JL5.  Jm\m������G   j_\_dVl-S���������!cl     A O  Fl_ ' *     *P      _������aJ  Fixture Of \Vesterti-" Canada  o-  "We may be a Farmer Government,  but we are not Bolsheviks, and we  welcome the" co-operation- of financial.  Interests in. the work that'is before  us," declared Premier John Bracken,  in an address to members of the Co-  *_inion Mortgage and Investments Association at tlieir annual meeting in  Winnipeg.  "We want the financial interests'to  retain their confidence in Western  Canada, and we assure them, that we  are not acting in the interest of, any  one class;* but" for ' the --people as a  whole,"."the .Premier added.  Premier Bracken reviewed the conditions in , the ^province", of -Manitoba,  and stressed the,importance of diversified farming. Seventy-five per cent.  were In difficulties. He -believed It  was tire particular and immediate  problem of the financial men-to see  that the farmers -who ought to tbe" kept  on the land were "kept there. He believed, like Joseph of sarnie thousand  Grain From  Vancouver  I western editors | .Foster Draws Attention To  Operations Ana .Activities  Of   The'League Of iSlations  years   ago,- "that  in   'fat'  years"  the  r������   a    fp>api-vaa  226    Shige    Leave    V.ancouver   With  Wheat  Fro/n   Prairie  Provinces  Grain exports from Vancouver this  season reached 46,000,000 bushel mark  recently.- Since September last,.wb3eh  the 192E?24 season opened, to March  31, there have been loS deep sea ships  loaded -wheat for United'Kingdom or  Europe, About 10fr-������f*-these loaded  full cargoes. Some of them are repeat charters, others  are liners.  To the Orient sevemy-five departed  during the period and thirteen to  South * America, Central - America,  Mexico and New Zealand. All told to  March 31, a -fleet of 226 deep sea ships  departed from "Vancouver -with Western Canada wheat since September.  The*-month of! May wiii see another  twenty-five deep sea ships ladeir with?  grain, out of Vancouver, the bookings'  for the month being yearly 5,000,000  bushels. " June' is expected to see  3,000,000 bushels moved.'" By;*the end  I'  Alberta Coal  Resources  -o  against "lean years sure to come."  All    speakers    stressed' ? the    great  - ���������>   - - ��������� t     '���������  necessity for diversified operations  and the rotation of crops, and'also the  Importance "of lower*' production and  transportation costs" to the farmers  of Western Canada.  Farming . needed   ordinary   business  application, said R. H. Willis, M."L.A.,  a practical farmer, who delivered an  ���������optimistic    address. "    He    suggested  the financial interests should make- it  their business to go into the immigration problem.      The thing to "do was  to bring good people and settle them  on the improved  farms, and  he- suggested    that   the" loanipg   companies  must        have        plenty       of       such  farms that they could afford to sell at  ..very low. prices.      -.     , ,        _    .> -'"  -   'Industries ftKthe country should be  * encouraged," because" more   industries  ���������" were * essential, "said Mr. "Willis, who  favored the letention of duty ������n~agri-  ��������� cultural    implements.      He    did    not  -think it" was  either the price or* "-he-..  4.1-t.K?   43j.cta.A_  ,to have easily passed,50,000,000:b*ush-  !__!-! -f _-vtr* _t"3*i o   a _���������������_ <s������-.***, '_" ������ *  els-for-the season  o6V6i&pu-ciit  kiS.  M*-G>t*ft6������ri  \j. i_������u_<2*ill, suuilkiT auu srTuyTxc4.\j������. -ut  .The" Mail, I>rumheller, Alberta.  Canada's Substantial Advantages  "One of the Principal Mining Areas of  the World <*  Following a recent inspection made  ^p +i.s  rn~-��������� i~-i������t, .~.?��������� _  _���������������i  -N.r������..tv���������,.���������   /-���������������������������������.���������  UL     1������1C      J-   \=_J.Li3_Cl..I������a.U.5     __-U     .^^J.  L..C1 ���������      _JJ.r  tario Railway - system, Lieutenant-  Colonel-~Li. T. Martin, JD.S.O., one of  trie -commissioners of the railway,  states that development in evei-.y line  continues in Northern Ontario, particularly in agriculture,and -mining.1 ~ He  said that the district 3s'"now one -of the  principal gold, silver ~and tcoba,lt producing areas of the, world and recent  reports of- prospectors and mining en- \  gineers indicate the possibility of copper being found. Colonel Martin is  optimistic of the -future oE Northern  Ontario.  1-���������+ - -,  ja.c ������* u     x,  duty on agricultural implements that  poor,   but   much" more  of looking after tlieir  lers  likely the lack  machinery.  While farming had auot proved such  a "bad -fob," Mr   Willis thought ther.e  Prospects For "Swedish Immigration  J. Erlander, of Stockholm, 'Sweden,  | is.-training across Canada to, study  immigration problems with regard tb  more Swedes coming over., Mr. Erlander, who owns a newspaper in  Stockholm, is very gratified at the  1 warm -welcome which Western Can-  gives .to    Scandinavian    settlers.  y  over Canadian National lines.  Lift Off-No Pain!  was far too^ wiae a Distance netween j    ,       ,        _      ���������       ,-       .  ...*-". j    . _. ,       ada gives -to    Scandinavian  the production price    and    the    price   __    .        .       .        ������      .,    _ ..  . ,   ., ,    _ v .,,   He is returning shortly from the coast  charged the  consumer, but he would ��������� _       ,,    ������__  , _      . ..  a Invor  r*_n ���������/Han   TiTaHtvnnl   llnoc i  not complain If the consumer got the  benefit._ In -conclusion,. Mr. Willis  said:  "We don't become millionaires, but  no other life equals that oEvthe farmer  free from debts and worry, and you  show me a farmer who- has never  mortgaged his farm and I'd show you  a man who -Isn't worrying about his  taxes." Incidentally, _ he remarked  that he had never signed a note' for  -nnythlng he had bought and that" he  had never mortgaged his land.  Professor  C.  H.  Lee, President  of  the Manitoba Agricultural College, believed the greatest unkindness was to  loan  a farmer more  money  than he  ought to have, and declared a furl tier  development  of  mixed   farming   was  "absolutely    essential.  '  Hundreds    of  ; eastern- farmers had come to Western  ! Canada-to get away from farm drudgery, tut were finding out it was ipci.-  posslble  to  escape  work  on  a,   farm.  ������������������and be succ^ssful^ 7 "7- 7-. .-7, ;     -.;-'.'  J. CJ. Haneya auperlntendeiit of the  demonstration farm of tlie Intern a tion-  al Harvester Company, Grand Forks,  N.D., wrfs another speaker who" advo-  cated mixed' farming.! ''When "the  "\ change to diversified farming is made  ���������v,prosperity, will return," he declij-red'.  "Canadian  Farmer" Has  Many Advantages Over Fiii-rrtcia lit U.S.  " In' his recent report on.- the wheat  situation- made to President of -the  United States. Henry C. Wallace, secretary of the- United States department of the interior, stcftes: "The Canadian wheat farmer enjoys substantial advantages over the American  preducer in.the matter of yields, land  values, the c-_B!_ly of wheat he produces and lower freight rates from  points equally .distant from markets.  The yield of wheat is materially higher in Western Canada than in many  of .the wHecLt producing states of the  United States. The average, yields of  spring wheat in* the prairie provinces  during the ten "year period 1913-1922*  varied, from. 15,to 16 bushels per^acre.  In - Minnesota, North Dakota, South  Dakota and Montana for the corresponding period they ranged from 10.6  to 14.3 bushels., ^ These -figures do $iot  reflect the losses resulting from abandoned acre-age.8"' -  -' -'The capftal invested !n land is also  materiallylcwe-i-1n-Canada than*3n the  United Stales*/.',.states.Secretary Wallace. The average value of farm  lands in 1922 for' Canada as a whole  was $40 per acre as compared with  $79 for the United, States. In" the  prairie provinces of Canada average  land values ranged from. $24 to $32 an  acre- in eleven of the western wheat-  states the range was from $46 to $110.^  It is evident that the American wheat  farmer has a much heavier per acre  Investment in burden. It 3s quite apparent thaL ihe Canadian farmer has  advantages which enable him to pro-  ,-duce wheat at materially lower costs  per bushel than the American farmer.  Welsh     "Wine     Owners     Propose     io  Develop       Western  '   Mines   - on  Scientific Principles   '        *   ,  To    develop    scientifically ' the immense coal resources of the province  of Alberta, with the Tilt-mate aim of  1 supplying the  fuel  needs  of Eastern'  Canada and other parts of the country, Is a project which is now occupying the attention of a group of great  Welsh mine owners.    Representatives  of this syndicate, Major S. J. Robins  and Capt. Henry Davies, O.B.E., both  of Cardiff, Wales, are now in Ottawa  enroujte to England after some months  of- extensive travel and inspection of  the mining properties of the west.  '   Thoroughly convinced of the feasibility   of   supplying both Quebec and  Ontario   with   western'", coal,   saving  these provinces the $iO0,6oO",O00 "which  is now sent yearly    to    the     united  States in coal trade, Major Robins and  Capt.   Davies   have   obtained for the  British  syndicate large coal areas in  Alberta held "by individuals and small  who have    not    sufficient  companies,  capital to carry on development.  Severe  Of Heart Trouble  *raT���������~ -n������~i*:' .^.j't*���������  MILBURN'S  Heart and Nerve Pills  Mr.    S.    E.    Barnes, Athens,  Ont.,  writes:���������"Four years ago 5 had a very  .sever������    attack    of heart irou*"ls.      ������  consulted*-my doctor;  he  treated roe  for some time, but I only seemed to  be������__f|feting worse. ���������    I finally went to  our    druggist   and    purchased    three  boxes of Milburn's .Heart and Nerve  Pills and  derived /immediate    relief  from tlieir use,  and I can truthfully  say they are a wonderful medicine.    1  always keep a box on hand, and if 1  feel out of" sorts T take^a few pills and  feel all right, again."*  Milburn's Heart* and Nerve Pills are  50c a box at all dealers, or mailed  direct on receipt of price by The T.  Mllburn Co., Limited, Toronto, Ont.  Sir. George E- Foster called the attention of the Senate to the operation  and'activities of the League of Nations  for the last year and advised the continued co-operatir.n of Canada in this  world-body. Hie said thai, throughout the British Empire the League of  Nations "was receiving hearty support '  as j-enected in. the opinions expressed "at the last- Imperial Conference.  The object of- the League was the  promotion - of the abandonment of  war; the prcmotion of mutual good  understanding; and the adoption of  unanimous measures to effect these  purposes, jrhere were fifty-four  members of the "League. It was urged  that the League had not achieved.  peace in Europe. The reason the  troubles of Europe were unsettled was  the delay in settlin*3- ---eace *fr!_c ������nr**  in* ability to enforce them. The  League had nothing-to do with the  peace terms and no part or authority  in enforcing them, but what the League had done was to keep peace between jeon tending parties and take"  steps towards a lasting settlement.  Insofar as the League was concerned  there was not a single instance where  one member-had gone to war with another. The trouble between Italy and  Greece was not" a blow to the prestige  of the League but had clarified the situation and strengthened" the League's  position.  Canada paid annually $170,000 to  the League. Canada's war sacrifice  in men, money and material had been  immense.*"* K there had "been a league  of nations in 1914 he believed there  would have been, no war. The present  League was our insurance against war  and ccs* each Canadian, two-thirds the  price of a postage stamp annually.  Dairying In Manitoba  i  Greatly improved Vaults  To protect bank clerks from the  danger of bein^ suffocated through  accidental imprisonment in vaults fitted with time clocks, the newest banks  now equia*. their vaults with electric  lights, oxygen tanks, a telephone and  instructions faying what a person  accidentally locked in should do.  Wheat  Double  -    Visitors to the-British-Museum will  presently havo tho chance of seeing  -.'Ja'Chinese-'.portrait of a woman paint-'  ml uponulUi, which, though movo Llian  |70 yoarii old, retains it vividness.  ASTHMA  <���������)���������������ai  -Spread liniment.pn brown paper  hnd apply to throat, also Enhtile.  Doesn't hurt ono hit! Drop a little  ������������������Freezone" en nn aching; corn, in-  etantly that corn stops hurting, then  shortly ^-ou lift It. right ott witb  fingers. ' -  Your druggist sells a tiny bottle ol  "Freezone" for d few cents, sufficient  to remove every hard corn, soft corn  or corn between tho toes; and the foot  callouseB, without soreness or Irritation.  Crop In 1923 Only  Dairy Products  Manitoba, according to Premier  Bracken, no longer carries all its eggs  in one basket. Although wheat is  still Manitoba's most Important crop,  its value tn 1923 was only_twice as  great1 as' that of dairy an,d allied products. Since 1913 the value orcrearii-  ery butter produced In Manitoba has}  grown from $4,OQ0,0pO to '$11.000,00;o..  Dairy but ter th the same pfe^iod Iri'f  creased in v glue ,ft;om ��������� $4,0061000 to  $9,000,000.7 In:,t%v,6 "years Manitoba  has'-develdped from an,'"importer,-to an  'exporter of dairy products. ' 7  A wagon that moves by steps made  by 'the alternate forward thrust of two  runners has been Invented In Ger-  pany.  Mexican Cow Pony For Prince  Prince   of   Wales 'Wi"f   Be   Presented  With  Valuable  Pony  By  U.S.  Cow Punchers  The Prince of Wales Is to have an  opportunity to ride, a typical Mexican cow pony. A United States punchers who-are to'participate -witli a number of crack"ridersrfrom' the Canadian  west in the rodeo at the British Empire Exhibition- have decided to  present him with one of tlieir best  mounts, according to Captain Thomas  R. Dickson, of the Texas Rangers.  Tejana, born eight years ago in Chihuahua, is a spirited mustang 14 "hands  high with a sleek black coat, white  nose and four white hocks. Outfits  from Argentina and Australia, 3n addition to the -Canadian and United  States riders will compete in the roping, bucking and bull dogging contests  at Wembley.  A petrified body ot   a   miner   was  recently found in an old caved-in mine.  - . ������������������- '��������� '-_ 1  H  . Ii ������..* ^ZT??,,*������������taW_HBBpii!^^a-H--.,sJ,..   1- -  Building   fairly  Active  Th-e total -wards for Canadian construction for the month of April, according to- MacLcan's:  Building    Re-  ��������� portw, "Limited, we-ce $3.0,19&,8Q0, compared with.$13���������G8-],G00 in March, and  $30,8.3,000 in April, 1923.'������������������.:, Rosldesi-  i ttal - building accounted if or ,3.1. & pex  ci*ut, ot the April totalt amounting to  $������,5&B,3Qq. "Bualnoafl bulld:ln-r amounted t������t $9,112,800 or 30 per Cent.; indUM-  trial building $8,6*1,100, or 12.2 per  cent.; nnd public worka and utilities  $7.8������S.������00, or 26.3 per cent.  ^Daddy,.���������"Can you tell me why the  little 'hand of my: watch goes faster  than the big one?" ^!  Johnny (after, considering gravely}.  r���������"1 think, "paddy. It must be for the  samq,reason.'l-hat I have to run. whein|  ���������i-hm. walltIng with you/'  /  I  -    You can -eiflie^ ���������  ^gyr ^4^'-J3������ ^^_L    JSL^wa* J9u    -JSTsSUo  ^^yj^. '   t*^,^j-ffff*-H-,_y^^_-*_R _ff,M��������� fflnIBl^S^W������W.IB**   JBL^UP*JB������  yourself,  but   yow   will   find  - W ������������|-������.' w^ ������i*������������ *"*%-ik*f " nroc* hy ��������� r   ���������  is ina class by il^lJfr--^^  W.    N.    U.    1G27  Individual and tribal property of  A ma-rltf-f*n 1r*tl"������ni- Ik a-aiHinn toil to Ti������-  worth $727,710,3*17.  [  '*ltm1Z&fo**>  ^^l^A^  ajy* *-"  the ECONOMY buy  ������*l  "-^^ikaikAftiflwaia^to^iiWh  ���������iT*rrw'  ������Jl^g^aA^.cltolito^a^W^^ ri, ������A. I.^������.I������A,������: i^^.^m.^toJ^l?^^fa&i^  ^a^adMtfM^WhM luxm  ^Mff_tmLlF^--~^^^-J^ m������.������m__,  '<lm'fc"-lafViii,iH"iiih lttMffiMiilMIM������_Mi_ff|-  ���������J*  t^tsamttiMiytiibkitait  ^Wrlmi(i^ii<l1limtf���������llliM.lte  Ja_a,u_-.-,-j������itM��������� -~x.--, ,"**. T' '���������-���������-- 'r-','-'*  -~-.f  --.- . -- .- > r ' ���������'  ,'    "    .      I  ��������� *:  3PHf������  ���������__l__i_^������   5__WII_W  -Rubber Stamps of every description*  "������������������������ J. Truscoti. Creston.  According to the estimates given  out by tbe horticultural department  ot Victoria last week the Creston Valley apple crop is cneneeted to be slightly larger than let_t year, with tbe  shrinkage- in - tha < pear yield much  suialitor than e^-ply-season est-isaates.  Friends  of    Mrs.   Rose    and   Mrs.  [Wntclier ^sri?! sympathise with then.  in the sad neWs"received a few days  ago of the /death- of their sister, Mrs.  Mtmns, who passed away at Thedford,  Ont ario,-early; this month. News also  came-at the*_irstiof the week of the  death at Markham; Ontario, of Mrs.  Wm. Kobinsont-niotber of Mrs. C. F.  Hayes, at the - Advanced age nf 84  years.  Mr. D6wling,;an official of the fire  Insurance " Underwriters* Association*  was here on an o������_cial visit- on Saturday," when tests were made of the wat"  er pressure at a niimber of the hy  drants in, towir; with th* one at. the  Grand Theatre particularly- throwing {  a stream well up to' expectations,    If J    Sealed'tenders will  the village only bad a   fire   brigade   a ItillThui-sday, July  cut in the/high insurance rates migfefi-  be looked for.  ^Foii S-X-C���������Ford Sedan, * 1923 model.  O. *������"/, Allan. :'.*. ���������  ���������* -a  Provincial police McLaren w'as a.vis--  itor to-Nelson on Tuesday to -which  point he conveyed Ab"r_hain "Luke, a  local Indian, who on Monday was sent  ttp^fOr trial oil a charge of stealing a  horse from Mary Joseph, which along  with-a a-'fldSB-'be soUI-to MrvXinn of  Eriekson at quite a bargain'- price. 1  Abraham -was apprehended at Bonners I  Ferry- Idaho, on Sunday; ; .  The new school hoard hati&iits initial  session on Friday night, last at which  ������> Nickel was eeleefced chairman, with  8...-Aa Speers, .secretary "treasurer.  Advertisement haa been -placed in the  coast d&iilies for two- teaehem. for the  high school, and two for. the public  school, to replace Misses- Laxton" and  Brett, which-are the only two resignations in the latter school .that .'have  come to hand. Tenders for .the. position of janitor .will be received up till  .July 31st.     .*--, -    -*������������������'"  tBgi mm. Iiiiyf vit ������������u������? h������5  * -..  ;i-Bla\������V,      JIM V     _������*_������  - CRESTON ,    '"  - 7,S0tptin.   *  Singing  AR1HUR GOLLIS,  -���������-*- P.O. BokTS  jen ana  Wessons  Creston  "���������"���������_���������tui-.g  * aaa a-������__..  S J ALITOR  be  ftir  Local and Personal  Mr. ___  Mrs. B_ "Erool  an-3 family  of Coeur d' Alene,   Idaho,  visitors to Creston this   -week*  of Mr. and Mrs. G. Nickel.  are   motor  guests  "Rehearsals will start in next week  for th? sjustcal features in which the  school children will figure in connec-  general and party  ustoth.  at Creston on Aug-  Auto tourist traffic both .east and  westbound has been very heavy for  the past two weeks, and the visitors  for *-he most p������t*t ������re driving cars that  show considerable class over those going through in past seasons.  *  The   Methodist - young    people  in  charge of Pastor  Knox and T. Good  win left on Thursday for their annual  ten-day camp at Coitus Creek.   There  -ano  -a vfcV --t_a     iu       Ulic       |j>ca_ fcjt  crowd yet to go under canves.  bi������j--:  Norman Moore, district forester  East -Lootv-nay, has just s���������_o_n  the winners in l;he 'essay writing contest held by the provincial forestry de-^  partment amongst the school pupils,  in connection with forest fire protection.- The subject was, "Forest-fires,  their cause and how to prevent them."  Aniongsf^the seniors the essay sub*  mitted by Geosge "Winch of Creston  gets special mention.  Considerably less than usual interest was shown in the citizens meeting  on Friday night for the discussion of  municipal affairs, and which was presided over by T. M. Bdmondson.  There was" quite a good turnout, bu.  it was even impressible to_ get. those  present to nominate a trio of candidates to go before the electors a_ a  citizens ticket for village commission*  era at the voting on Jionday next.  received up*  . ������������*> Slst, for-the position "of janitor of the Creeton~ High  and Public Schools.' Lowest or "any-  lender not necessarily accented. * JEP-ali  particulars from S. A. ~ SPEERS.  Secretary of School Board, Creston. -  1  OGILVIEGoads are dependable f  Bh&mm ������gi������msi&,  N ew Stock of  Harness .-_.-  Second Hand Store in  connection  [   r y������������p.m ni n it neg  O^Ilvie^s Chick  ^mmW ( ,  Developer  and  Karswodd  Poiakry Spice  >"  ^wdll do it.  Ms 'gmWiw^aiseiu  Try a 25c. bottle of Greola  fn? mites.  _>B    _._._!  ������������_____-  PU* _"?,- mr~%m  K������a^fja<w������r m*44&     |  The showers of the past wee_,.have  Mr. and Mrs. Dave^Dow* who are I been of great- benefit to the flats hay  en route home to Cranbrook, after a  three weeks' honeymoon trip to coast  points, spent a couple of days hero  this week with his parents, Mr. and  Mrs. 3m W. Dow.  CHAS. MOOftE, C.E.  EMGINCER  .ARCHITECT  SURVEYOR  {Registered]  CRESTON, S.G-  SATURDAY &  MONDAY SPEC!AL  crop and if a few more of them happen  along this year's cut should be one of  the best.    The present ^iipSten tion is to  have cuttiiiffl* comssencs ������?*������������������*���������"- *^s-i- -  Mr. Browne, .grazing ranger, who is  here from Victoria, hail -c^uite A busy  day of it Saturday issuing.hay cutting  permits to the local stockmen. Between here and Wynndel the applica-  tion6"-aiready in will account for a cut  of approximately 1600 tons.  ViiiHge cierk  53������i.*Si5iiffl  _2> B  A"-*""--!  m. <-ia^i_ti>a> ������**Mi  ir_"-"ta etaw&ae  - _. "saaw "T7  ������ |T������as-ier_s- ������-*���������___ ���������.   --*���������-  Giiig-er Siwp������  2__ 'ttB^  UC B8>������  North West Sodas  25c pkg.  ������2__!#   -T.1U    _-a_-!r  mm������OmMm\f   9 t-**Bau*'������  &aM.^ba  25c.  ������*������������������������������.       tra**BBtlB ������1������   Blail       gL^tmmm  aa"tlfH������a-������     *������*<-���������������������- *-.���������_-������������-���������       ������ raw������������>  w. O. Taylor and provincial police H. McLaren were  visitors to Bonners Ferry' on Sunday. Considerable progress is being  made on the north and south road  though it will hardly be ceampleted to  the B.C. boundary thia year.  "Yahk had the best of Creston in the  baseball raatefcrat Exhibition Park on  Sunday afternoon, the final score be*  ing 8���������6 in Yabk's favor. The best  turnout of spectators of- the year was  in evidence, half a dozen -antb loads of  "Yahk supporters being amongst the  crowd.  I Friends of J. D. Siddons, who has  had charge of the second room of  _ Creston High School for the pabfc two-  years,' will be pleased to hear of his  appointment to the vice principalBhip  of Chilliwack High School, at a salary  considerably in excess of that paid  him last year.  Friends of Mr. Fred Belanger will  be pleased to learn that he is resting  easily after his operation in the St.  Eugene hospital last week-end. Latest-reports are to the effect that Mr.  Belanger is making very satisfactory  progress towards recovery.���������Cranbrook Courier.  Mr, and Mrs. Eneas Small nnd two  daughters, the BAianea Phyllis and  Mary, are now residing In the home of  Judge and Mrs. O. H. Thompson, during the absence of the latter for the  eummcr. Mrs. Small and daughters  crri-red! on Saturday from Ci&lg&.vrB'.-���������.  Cranbrook Herald.  The Valley haa been favored with  light shower* Saturday nnd Tuesday,  which have helped- freshen up the appearance of things generally, and will  help soma in enlarging the raspberry  yield. t "j^e w^at^er haa been on "the  'cuoi Bitltt, 'xutzwliby usweiimti'ti t**.u_per-  ature going aa low nn Vt. *  Village electors jnre rem Ended that  Saturday Is nomination day for the  three eommiMioners that will aer-re  until January, 1CKS0, ami tnat nomination-*-! will be eccc'vc-d hy returning  officer W. O. Taylor at the Courthouae  iroiu ��������������� vo 2 p.*������. Vajciu-g ih ton Monday from 10 a.m. to fi p.m.  I have a. large nmher of orders for Cooking Apples, and at thia, pTrice it will pay y<m to pick  these .early varieties as Boon an they si-ze well. i;������ast -fear th*-- Fancy- grade oi winter apples ������aly  got the grower 70 cents netfc so don't.take any chances on this early istoflP When you take SI cash  home for every box of good fruit���������not thinnings-���������-th������t you bring in* ~  I am still short on Raspberries, Currants, L-oganberries, Potatoes; and even Rhubarb.  I want to hear from {--rowers who have sold all their crop through me and who are not  satisfied with their returns oh Strawberries. I am prepared to pay my growers as^hlgb a nett  price as any other firm buyitii?- fruit in Creston Valley.  Creston Valley Produce Company  ALF., NELSON, Manager  CRESTON ERICKSON  s__  ac_!2________5_a  . \  BIG SALE  Of  AM  A full line of high grade Enamelware at a bost that  will surpise you. Look thorn over caarefi������lly;;7'.The^i9J^..  rare value.      Get yours early.      The supply is limited.  Values up to SOc  Values up to $1.50  Values up to $2.00  m  Furnlturo  .^i,1'.1,;:.-1;"1;,1;--'-;;  " '^���������^*WW*������^iBf������m -  .������-*** -i^^->a---������wa>9������]  * W* 1W."    f* ^iHiS^^-tHH-Uti-.  U4 ������*nitH#. J|  aaaang"-!


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