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Ov K_oaif was. here for the fort-  nightly ^United CJhu^h" service ou-Suh-  day, at which it j-vaa arranged to hold  the gsual harvest-thankE-givlng service  en the firat Sunday in petober.  - _L!?s ~ _d*tollla" whs*, is sb* cf ass^es-sl  Osteitftes-wor^ifcg at Kim-erley^Jbtas  been noisae for about ������ week, return.  |b*g e&B^mJTuim&Sm.Y''      -*"-������    ~~~  >w."at.*;_5ea-pd������ who, has"- been working at IUo-kmannfor some time-past,  ___t^___-___.->__:___: *��������� __=������-- _r.������ .j j^-^_ZL_  -������i������������-aroa������ ueawiaa.a-.w __aaararai^ -.-anj-.*-*...^������-.������-������������������*,  una will gSrab-ibiy- i������ su&kiiD^lititite an  ealtenfledefcay oq.-ibs ranch ������er#v7 -   "  "* ^ord came a few days ago f trom Alf.  Bvahor at Vuivan.} Alberta; that he is  at^resent looted at that point^ working at" harvest - ones-atio-****-..-~1& ������-=  Langston, who left "h^e-J with ~ him  al^utanaontha^o,isJubated atKim---  bene*-? - -r .-      7-  Miss Irene .Huscroft is the local rep-  resenvstive-at tfes Oreston^hlgh school  this ternrt, where she^ 5sc taking,^ the  third year cwork.'V r--    -'-^ F.*^-<-."-*"-  ,���������7*2*ha trustees report tha. thei'espnnse  to* their appeal for- funds to take carat  of running exposes at the school haW  been fairltr l||tajjfA|i-rr pgspos^ss! is?.- _-s-  clu^iug J^el^liree. taking" fflr^t^yea-p  high school -frock _the. attendance at?  present isahout^thirfey .scholars. -     ,}:'  * "~ Mn'and'jM'rstKplbl^are,. back^'ft^un  Kimbes*ley - wbere they have * been  etcppifiR oliabe. aod-nfier a brief stay  at the~ ranch-he -s*-|l| .fee _������"to*3_*f!g~ to  wbrJc ^iereagalBrji     \   -.- - '-   -   - k"-  3������^-**3fc������4-bdi who  has* been  Mnv  . Mmingtos*s g|B������������t& jU*e. p^_t?-'"^^p!ajo^  weeks, has returned tp^Vnncoi-iver*. >~Z  ������r; and JHErsj. jphas. -Siat-hews^ ^tobdq^  "er r^ident������-at pamp.SiwIiofliC^t f������������rj  " jO*Hp^^^>^a]^_J^it***^^  -lats Monday, jtbe bay cutters busy  getting-~up fences ui&e-hsS >_e" stscks,  as the cattle were tiimed io to past-ore  on Tuesday." _ .     ��������� *  With two-truck*-* bawling the rock  crusher-ca-i hardly kcjep up a sufficient  supply io keep both triicks busy *.nd  del^ery will be etoppsMl 1ST few "days  this week until, the crusher Rets -wnj,  other supply ahead. - .Sood time,, 'however, ts ^eiug snaffle on the road, whieh  will he cothpleted early in October.  -_   ^15 '  Opesis Sept. 15th  The-  ���������*"i������_i  gaume^*a*e^id*i^iori8 for   10-4,  fs^ons VsctorTarlaBfe  last, Mrs. Lioasby accompanying him,. I  ile ^ euiferiug^roTn "a ^painf u! attack 1  of acute indigestion but latest word received from Cranbrook indicates that  he in making a very satisfactory ,re---  ���������"coveiy* - AS ,-  ���������>&^&m 00_y-  which wej_e7"s3ned.  -" The crew at work at the Alice' mine  is making good  headway   at getting^     ^ -,mMm -p-  the o.el__ workings-back into  shape for" ^j^*'^"^-^S  "further development, an*! theishipping "*" "��������� "  oforetot-heTrn.il smelter is^e^pected  to commence shortly.       -   >.-..-  Toan Trevelyaa, -who .Is employed at  BUrnbei-Iey*t "breeeRt^ -is spendinga  few days at the ranch this week.  ,������__   __^  d_~.-a-k  VKUI.H  AW A  week. axoTzUa^hJtheeanie in all lines  ���������*���������     ^*-^ -^      f* >*"3aa--^ ~j������"~*~m    ^ j-* ���������_,__ ���������*- ^ ^-  as tKer ieKUj^ycms  obtaining  a  ~^=  is provided  ieguj^ops   ootaming  a year  ag-^bctfths^^^p-sning, aud   closing  dates"^;^-^_i:^tii-5 bag limitsT,  jtU vu*" iu inn tsmtMtS  frt._.f.  5.1._. ���������S_yji_������U.*������������W  1U.J������_���������    -.__���������1,   ~���������._ v-������-  VUnV tow a^^Hnan^r-^-ur^^  ������av������.m      ���������uia__5 a.,|TCfl������ vu  Septemb-ar^^^f and will close, on June  eeSsoaVkil! 1*4 Uiulted  60 t_i-e*-v*tf<.$l^>** than one oTwBticir  snail be jprwBi^^- _ ^ .   *  "-;?���������������  -   Dt^rfmute4^*������"hite   tail   ard   cky^s^-  bu<^sinlyt;j^ay*be taken ft**vu Sep-  teinberl^t^'i^/Becember  loth, -both-f  aafePS^incl-fe-S^. Tzhh the kill for the  season *". <n_t*-^M^wn%.  -   i��������� ������ja^���������.^ _���������ii_3a_S",     ���������>!������;*������-5������*-     ?���������*:      <_._______  ";Mrs.���������JF. ,Bogeys^is around sag-sin.  much the same as*-usual after a rather,  serioua, layup frkinil bloods poisoning |  wbtchjdevelopsd'* following beiufc hit-  ten by a* dog dttVing^th-. vers'' Sabfe  westher that prevailed' the latter part  of  '" _*redT Browell has gone to Kitchener,  Wliere,he4ts at present -employed driving truck, fprthe F_._leon-Mason Com-  pany.. _  ~- "7   *-  _"**-���������   ������^.       ..     " *  r j Tom Mickeyv who has been working  i_-K���������������-mm- ������_������s���������^ *____".,   "has  returned   to  ��������� .a���������uot-  Mi������s Marie VaneSB and-J3*r������d  As-'arejC^estoh-'V'al'b^iS situated, there Js s  "t_������ ^Y-h^^___ __.    _a_ j���������A._���������      ���������T_L_. ___.  ���������**__*_���������-_____.      ���������_������._������. __k"^ mm mV      _?^aj������*������_*      _���������*��������� _> ������^-_i>    _^ Ort Sift _____" _^3__P. _������:���������_   V������*������k    fta>nal ���������������������������������*������-. __*���������*_������������_._(_.*  *T_b������  helping with the "apple pack at Ores-  ton this season,. the two latter* being  with the Ifruit Exchange a������d the for-  mer-with Growers, Omited.    r  * ��������� ������r     - *' *- **- ���������*-  Mrs. Jack/Ba^raclough had quite an  ea_cits_g esperiesice s.t the rapc���������t one  ^"srnoon last week 'when on;epsniog  fflow������3t -obK the ladder ���������fra*������i^-p**���������ln^r  peftr&shejdi^overed ������ brmvn-bearon  feis.hind legs- taking -a feed jof fS^rs  ������rWnt>-fibe lower iimba^nf tlie tree ne-gt  ,^ie fl^e^hehad been :wt������rk,ing on*~ A1-*  thnu*rh she-'Cnade ������lna<*������t a re-^.r^risn  *o the iwMi^a^^^g-. t" Jack wiilslils.Rfie  bruin had made offhelWe their retua-n.  ch������se.eea*so*f *^*H rur-heartngHtiinials,  -|he���������Only e^cSMion being the Coltinibia  district wiwj^inuskrat'- may be taken  ffinm J.-*nn-iiry*lst, to April 3Uth, 1925.  Xn game hirds"'the season -for ducks  is fixed fro;  **.���������. #*_r__*___    _____!--������*__?__. j*    ���������*       ___        ' n���������*-  a^CTUuy-ri. uu^a#^*-������������n   R  ������Sa���������y ������3g hsiig  itember  15th. to _De.  t of'  +-,^-v*  m logging contract,  Calayon,* " -    ,. -  Johnson, brothers and   ������_   Moberg  :*t_$ve-J-__t. _kfeed-'������ -_ciddin**: contract  .wittlsH-^.-^la!***--isr*a as, "WynadeS.  And wiii' be enjjMoyed7aLirjL������uck^CT������3-k  for tha.-JBJtt few.inont-is.  .-Oscar Ofnf-c1* left on Saturday for  Seattle,"-where, he has taken a- position  and will _e,-ren-iaimng for some time.'  TJIjdj  Stork.  !S aawa-ac*   bus���������'"   !S '^"SB   tion and left aii addition to the-dL.-A.  J>avi������faiiiilv J-sst Pridav. %   \  MiW Irene Huacroft*-. who' 3s lUeod.  ingCrewftoo high, school,'was^&aweok-  ehd visittiir**heref  and^wask-''"s-_gt������est'<r':at  Saturda-y night-dance. 7- "   A-."~  _-*-_.-.  ���������L������a���������  with" him  in  the  ^.\Steve'Benadetti left a few days, ago  fop Willow Point for the apple pack-lwilF erect j  ingJse-sos.   J ���������"*���������-    -"'      "_- - - -T- ?T-   t*hos**-**^-*5  ' - --   -!     - - ' -   ��������� - * J    ,  ���������7 ra^Mua   ������������-.  jspni:  death of his ^fe; which o^cuvred last  weii"k at the Cmubrook iiw>pital, the  remains bein^'li_������terred in. the cessM-  eteryin thatVcity-r "Up till three years  ago Jfir. Simpson was woods foreman  '������-^Gteyoa-*C*������8-f_ 3ju_iber_Cb_B|Hw������y.  A _-pe^*g_fe hg *���������������_������ 86 s__nila-r po*j?t������������n at  X^n-iberton.*  ' Ted Strong, who moved to Kitchen  ea^thW-spripg,~ ha������ - just  purchased  a  pieee.of property there,. on _ which   he  a "residence   and   make   hiB  ^���������j-j-tr  -jtly-  VijO.Ak3?&_^*--l^i^f4*jr"g-������Eaj- is tbe-sasrre  wUhS dally K^'imit oMO. ������nd   -_*������>  tienemi^ kilV _i%d" at oO.   . ' ^; _..  <Th^seasb������-|^|Ppr������Mise will  he ispen  ^orJust'onei^^th^-Septerober   IJiith  , ^,Oel^liei"^'*i*]^(������--^*-fee-regute  v^deih^t^-he ^ilyTrhag   Ut.iit ���������SmlS l^L  five ^uteanaiSve" willow fscrouse, with  Jthe iseason's t$lke"mK^ ������t ���������0. -As usual  TheKiSlRftJ^TKlub  are .putting ������_], --t-a^ -|aub*jpw  ������j_.    ufnuvivv-     t._���������  Dick Penson; who has lieen" work^  ing^������A Kellogg, ^Idaho, for ahtno������lTt5ie  pai^^ear, is home oh  a "holiday  visit  L___E_���������*���������  ������wtA  rs?  pen���������Oaj  for pheasant iv  ~" j.  leap year dance on this Saturday 'byi^"^*^������������ week on his usu-m fall official  Trequc^t.^ ^Everybody.welcome, - Gents-! yislt **��������������� the CJa.nyc*a eshool.  ^'cente'*;.lEat_Ee8 pleaseh'ripgr-lun&h, or  ladiespo<t firingsnu v-fresa-sients 26c  -phefirst.straightcarof appSes  out  of WiiiWin^eHhiwy^ar was  loaded   on  Wynndel had anoimer disastroas lire  on _X������Yid|ay" morning lt������t when" tha  stone-iiiiifding and  stock of Wynndel,  Me*^in|iIe^vGcriiips.ny,   limited, ~waa*  -a. -������ "i.      ."**-��������� * m.  ' ^The "firs������*-sla-aight "carload of Soia-f  a6d feed eve^brCRlig-X: $a~jteiA Ganyon  for Tre"t������il sa!le.was iakeai  into stock  , ,A__a.     ...������.  &������..'._���������.  n.9 *"���������  -    ftt*L__- "-",3���������?  ^-Ir^a^nl^r^ia^T^'  ~- 4r *���������*   --   -."���������-'���������a.t-^a ���������-ai  .'  ���������������. ^  0*g������(Br-������-i5w������i   ,^ft.*jB_.  U_**l *  ESc-  :|ng>4ind  eemn-rIi������SK>r m*s^kAm&kaTd.t&  present in the ^il at -f^g-fi. Ferry  awaiting tc^wU:  - XLJ&Z-&-..  X* '%,  .--��������� '----    'T       -   '.  '  Mies Elsie mvies, whp baft been _  -visitor ^wit/h'1 her pa-rCT������te'Jh*sre_ for ihe  past two weeks, r^t_rne3\t������ Fernie a  few days ago.      **-       Z  . -browers are busyw.itljL. the plclt, and  TBeUT of Wealthys, wbich are going In  to"Cre������ton   for_ packing  at   tbe Bsr  "change warehouse*. "  ���������    . " ���������'  . *   -���������  -   -,  J. D,_ Mooje. tbe dfistl-lctroad superintendent, ytms here from Kaslo at the  first of the week, and is , hoping to  have Word from "Victoria any day now  to complete the-XJixai-d Creek roadv  ��������� .' * ' -**"; - *  " Word from " Vane*ou*i"er indicates  that "M"ra. Paul, who went there a few  weteks ago on a visit with her daughter1, "Is regaining her .former health  slowly.       .1 \  . w. -  !-  Them was considerable stir op, the  a morith^ 'i^It*-%ira^*fn������aade7a:  ,-^e-Haf^-^-ltK-fc* ---iV^'V'7 S7 "^f  - --    . _' -- *-   ' v_.'" *' --= -~-5<; "**" -'-"' -i5-*****"' "  -��������� 7Mt.:an^:a-B^   E ^^_I.liri������ensmith  ^ere__ii_br"_>-^w^liam^*iat*iM  friends in Yahk. -* ,.  ^ * -**"-*,---7---<r. ���������.-..--���������*-'>'-...    _      h-  ,.- "Pairt of 'the   l������r. cl*snn   disi^ict   was  favored with the worst windstorm of  tb* aeaeon^ on   SundRy   night* which  blew Mff ^considerable part-of-the nn  p^sjk^d cj*?Qpof Wealthys.,     \': *" :-  *- 3|nite.-a j������\iniber i.% ErScfcsnn "ybung-  jpeople were at "* Porthili* on Saturday  nlght"To|-"a dance In the Oddfellows  Hall for w,hlch themuBic waa auppiied  by. Mrs. jester and miws Jkii W_t>.   " -  Mr. .and Mrs. Celli were visitors  wi������h friends at Coleman, Alta., a- few  d-iyo the fore part of the week. ~  Sn^dasd^sc^rii  ;>^i-.  "**;i-^i^_ra*&*^SSx_Scff^^_*���������  3a    *  ^, _.  MisiF__t'o|t ������pe*it   tbsi"-^s^aekesd ''St-;  her howeaJrCan/^Clity^c:   .7^ '_  Mi*s^J������meFmid _^infc"Neil<>f Kut������k���������*������������  .ujlav. wc-u_--here~<>n >B*K*dayi" "ei. riiute to  .CresLon, where^thejr'^v.ere .-hetween--  t-rainn visitors that day.  .   ~   -��������� " ^"*.  ^        -"'' -tfl ^ _     _       _,     ������  Fiats baying was ctmiple'ted in this  jsection ait the fi!������t*t������f"tbe month.- The  biggest cut on the whole flatw^rea was  put up by Ike Lewis, who ' has **about  100 tons'of hay~ stacked _f<u* jVr'Snter  feeding. -"  K. -Kilens, engmeei on the -switch  crew,* and J.im Pascuzzo were Sunday  visitors at Cranbrook. " , --" ���������       , **"   "  ^y^fcfae BJSUjwe,fi.Jti5%. cue ruft^^^anyriMi  cushlng.outfound, the iire hrtd-Bained"  aiich s������wWAy "-Sf-n-.h,*!--.--   fi^^te-Sft:-:  , ��������� -,- - ��������� ,-- _v I - In   the absence- of Jack Cameron,  Ifit-ickson Whipped its fir-** Mcintosh | 'Wbo Is away on holidays*Frank Fowl.  _,     iillMl. ������*er��������� Wa*.  utake^ bis *-������t"cape in  ^ISbcu a>ur  His rngbt-atppsr  eL-^Botb th������7 ������to������A"*~jru-id' bqilding*  whieh was owned by MtvGrjidy* area  co^iplete Iouk, as well'ns -"the statittn  though' fortunately with -the latter  those*e������"r_y*on^ 6h*-*sc-3ss were" stbl-? to  save all the effects and papers of the  /Co--Ope*-ative Fruit Growers, .who had.  Hfflcequarters in the station building,  1, f  ���������  '^QSS."I?ai������ad|-������l<������' t IfVBIl���������TVtT- *r  Mr. and Mra.- Knott, Frances and  _e������������r_ are Just hotne -"from a t_n-day  motor-trip east-.iBtcluding a run over  the^anff^Witide^niere bTghw^y.  The truste������gfhave closed 'a. contract ~  witb^Seb. S������^������ng to ascain "tiitve charR*. -  _0_������3ur3-$������Gb������% woa^ra-^-ietaehobt "for  <r^"f|i^-^-^5?W^  ndMx._vusb������  1f^s0bsa^mm^mT^.y^l^ Br������*jr-  *������tf,7wefe "ht^fc^ets aFthe,f*^eh_a borne  <bn Tuesday afternoon,- 8epten_ber Sod,  ttt _. fl^oweir in*_onoJE* ^of^MraT Mobets-  nee Sati-Tuelaon, J an" August bride,  which was-attended by a. veiy tanga  number of Caoyon'ladies. The af_-ir  was very mncb enjoyed socially and  enabled .the* bride".- host of fris-ads S*>  i-esneqil-e" ber with- a great variety of  naiscellaseoui> gift** that .will be much  appreciated in tbe new home.  ��������� **-*__-r_w  .f"  Nelson'* jcshs* &*asr  Chance uf a Lifetime I  < i-  ���������y--.  Solid Mahog  -Cnglisb -made  Dining Room Suite  Consisting of S~fnbt  Sideboard  , with iiigb buok auw ������it4>e������S with  Drawors, Cupboard, Collaret.  Extending Tqble. with 'two  os.tmXjea.vea, and fitted with  .crow ffor ������atcjftdin>g. ��������� Chairs  Sheraton pattern. Will aooept  the remarkably  low price  of.  .     *0\    0ytf%     mf^tm.   ,-.!-,  tUTrntt^xT'Xf m %r"jjt   *JLrJOti Or M It  The Sideboard atone is mare  #Jk-VN**    mkmmn^LmMmXm     &fL.mW   -������M.4Kr<������������������|f  a-la-iiM-l-*-     t������M-- W������   M>WM      l*>|f������������a<    W^tt*^������*������������wy- ^  The Bilito wan recently vnlued for  probate at $600.00.    Apply to  C DlrfTCDrici Ik mmmmM fl ������i '  _,������MJ-aj* ������ * Ma.ll������|������ to.HMMi.Hrp -f-ff-y.ttiinwwaipifi'W*  Bed.apples On Frtdny^last��������� the earliest  date on recqrd-for; these to -coll, "and  JUat about a week earlier than in  11)28.  Jas. ..Wood was a business visitor in  Ntf-Jaon a couple. of, days this - week:  leaving on Wednesday.  ^JtfaU older houoe catalogues take  ���������second, place to tbe perusal of Creston's  19__ fall fair piixe list, \yii3oh is now tn  vrtost every SSricl^son home. The list  of pritesis certainly the host ever and  th<* ladles* sectlonu will surely bo well  filled.  Cattle curs that have, been Riven  very generous coats of whitewash are  being largely used for apple whipping  thia year. ' For the transport/of crated  fruit these open Cars are the boat to be  had accoidlng to fruit shipping ex  perls.  " ; "  Mr. and Mrs. A. iL. McPhee and  Mies McPhoe <if Cranbrook were wlce_-  end visitors at lErlokaon, guests of Mr.  and .Mra. J2..W. Kllngensmltb,  1  L. T, JLeveque, who - tried out the  bneflflehinR at Wt-stCrcBtonon TJiurB-  day In. at, wltnesued an unusurtt flight  In tbe tiwi muring'of tbe back bend of  tho Kootenay, In which he was -fiefting,  by a -**d'*9"l"re!,   ���������vhn negotlntcd tbe  er is here at work r������n the * switch crew  The only mishap pf the haying season came the way of P. Ohcrbo on Tues  day*of last week, when bib team ran  away whil-t ut the f|ni-*b up off haying  operation*", amf spuusheB the mower  up rather badly.  Yiu-dnmster Laonshy is a hospital  p.ttient at Cranbrook at present, having been taken to,that elty on Friday  GRAND THEATRE  Qveat preperatioris ore linde  lake this year - KwIoob' Fair  William Ru������8ell  m  a  tvr_- j,*   <������l....it   ICO   feet   vjUho-fi.   nn  effoi-t, although it wan not commonly  ������uppoied that Bq.ulrrelB ever took to  the water. x  Quite a number  at  pernlc's  unom  ployed .have gone to Elko where the  Hast Kootenay Power Company have  Ju-at put about 20*9 man to work Jn an  ' effort to llniuh tbe dam and- flmiu1.        |  ���������fl  -jjpj '  liliioS ti3Vo  bllSBlSBI!  w  Six Reels ofJaxx and  ���������_** _������ /.   ���������  *���������       &jr9*ofi*w*m\y4i  The story of a domestic war  for liiubj^MUouww,.- ���������������������������  under way to  make  since befort" the-war.  .Prior   to   1914  the Nelson Fair w-as considered one of  the best in the Province, and an effof-fe  Is being m-ide to bi-ing. i% baefc.' to that  high stSndard.   lb the line of exhibits  several new   departments  have   been  added, which   It   is   believed   w.U be  highly appreciated, auiongMt them being the Fishery and Forestry X.__htbtat������  btith   the  Dominion . and   Provincial  Governments lending tbeir asnisianee  In this department a*nd a fine exhibit  Is looked for.   Nothing baa been overlooked in the amusement l.ne. Several  acts have been engaged at-big expense  to provide thrills for  tbe patrons of  the PairF arnon-j; them   being   the   nix  Tasuianian Girls in a thrilling and sensational act, the ������-*?ly, act of its kind  performed exclusively by woman. The  Cass Troupe of AlHtialisto, one  of  the  greatest three man act in the country  to day.   The. Throe Van JDiemtm Bis  tore    In   u    venButiooaT high  dental  suspension aeb avid   human   butterfly .  fifty f������M������l, in the ii.lv.    The Uhu-aeclowna  In a comedy   hlgb -double hortaontAl  bat- act, those acts will perform twice  dally In front 'of,the grand standi   Thfe  midway will be the blggeat yet and 9a  bol-g run under th** aiiaplcea of the local Gyro C.ub and will consist of aev*  oral aide shown,, a new merry go round,  ���������*��������� Ferr-fa Wheel, and evi-i-v klndi of oon-  cesalon.   A feature of this year% feid-  way will he tbe ever popular JBtnty  Danco With  music  provided!   by  the  Gyro  orchestra.     Other   atbractlon-  wlll be a cnamploaahlp football xnatoSi  and   tbe yearly   school  efworta.   The  ftates of the* Fair are Sept. 1617-18 ������nd  all Uanspartatlon lines  are  advertla-  A prairie chicken that got tangled  up in the wires Just outside V������>trr*ow  put part of the" telephone systero-oufc  of business for* few hours one morn-  trig last week. .*  Poultry" keepers at Yahk complain  that skunks are unusually numerous  and destructive this season. A Chin������-  manln that town lost 2ft bens at one  visit from Ibese evil smellers.  <*  John IL Vrley, a near Bonners  Forry grower, clainOm to have made a  profit of 9100 an acre from bbs 1024  crop of string beans, which wereaold  to tlie canning factory In that town.  ^aMKH  ATTENTIONS  lipEili EStS  All Creston Valley men who  served in tho great war are  asked to attend a meeting  in the LAMONT BUDG���������  (old Imperial Bank quar���������  ters), CRESTON. on  r*Hka4������.UU   .aaiana-w**  "     at EIGHT p.m.  ������Na������r ir������**.a������������Bar*ijr������*-*  Jt������ ������>*-������ j j Va-._y������j ���������  To cow������idor and,  if deemed  advisable,    reoi-^aniza    the  Creston Local of the Great  "07������������.' UtfktAim ������i*������t' A ������������oftiation.  ^^"!(IS^'*8l*^^!^Mi*S^.i ' "   '.*'   I' .-    =-'  -v7><- "^   >,   :~"   ~ ,--  - -~  "-       ';- _- "   " -V,  -      *s_.  J," '     '*'���������*������    -*    v.     ,7VV  77, '-*.-  '-' -*-*i''."  X*  THB    REVIEW.    OBESTOIST,    "R.    Ql  ���������- "*t  The Tobacco������. Quality  v  missionary escort and still be in time  to serve and save him?'        -  -  Those   rapid-fire, speculations,   unvoiced, seemed to advise only negative  answers.     Yet why had she come? *  Constable **���������"__ Marr, who"h^d been  silent .fSCevehing. to a point* o������moofdl-  n6_s, how snapped- Seymour rrom his  thought's with a Question of his own.  ���������"And, when ..ar'e^you going _to 'turn  me loose after that accursed "^AviC."  hp demanded Jn a tone -that was  scarcely subordinate.  .The missionary looked up at his via-,  lence, hut had no censure for the  speech of' it." * yrhese- men w_q give  their lives to -lighten the Arctic native's sorry ;Jb(������rdcjB grow accustomed  to strong language. ,  "��������� ^At~daybrea& -you wiU take the dogs,  mush over ^to "Prospect, and subpoena  those three mining engineers "wintering there to serve on corner's jury.  Bring jthem bapk with you. ���������.MlsS  O'Malley need know of only one 'Inquest." . He glanced with thoughtful  eyie>jitoward the closed door of the  Inner- room.      "After that "       *s-^..  One look at the young constable's  face must have, told any -who saw it  .that Avic, the Eskimo, would need to  hide like-a weasel to escape that arm  of the law.      "   .  ,-*'-  x-  s  -. CHAPTER V.  ( which keeps the tobacco     \  V   "* in its originai condiiionAj  V.  al���������'O in*/_t lb."tinis  Manufactured by Impeiial Tobacco Company of .Canada Limited  J  aad"^nderl_i io Taste  1T,e Wended essence  c-fc-kotce good things  grown, in. the tropic  siiiisl_i__.e of far--away  laiids-*-- '^^"  ' -   i *  Coca * Cola I-----of  course!-���������sealed in a  sterilized glass, pack*  age that protects  its goodness and  niiin_w_.  ���������r���������������������������v^    ���������     -   -  , 'JL ���������. -Jjl'  NEVER FIRE FIRST  ��������� BY ��������� ,  JAMES FRENCH DORRANCB  Co-Author    oi    "Get    Tour    Man,"  "Glory Rides the Ranee."  Etc.  (Serial   Highls   Arranged   Through  F.   D.   Goodchild,   Publishers.  Toronto) *  "bring ahout ^disclosure, once the  whites in Armistice were pledged to  keep it from her. She might know  him only as another unfortunate, misguided Eskimo slayer, a handcuff-  brother to Olespe of the "LSdy Franklin hand, then in the guard room.  "But Mis. Morrow?" The thought  came* suddenly to Seymour that Ahe  woman missionary spoke some Eskimo. "She'll xhear of it from --the natives."���������* '        *���������  Luke Morrow smiled; they did not  know o������ the iron which was in the  make-up of his little blond wife as ,he  ">������a������_ ., ���������������  "She is a-good woman, so merciful.  I will-pray this out with her in the  morning."  For a time, gloomy silence held the  grout* around the fireplace. '"Suddenly Karmack leaned -over and grasped  Morrow almost-roughly by the shoui-  der.      ".,*...  "Parson, do you. knojp-why that girl  left  her  father  and   the  comparative  comforts  of  a British  Columbia  gold  camp   to   share   a   trader's   shack   In  bleak Armistice with her brother?"  The trader's" demand scarcely could  a hook against the wall, tell-tale staff   have been more vehement bad he per-  stripes upon Its crimson sleeve. "      sonally resented Moira's coming.      "I  "A    dreadful    thing    to do," added   know that he did    not    expect-  her.  Moira.      "And    on   your    first   night s What's more, he never" eveu spoke of  home after 3-our long patrol!" having a sister  (Continued)  "Not much to offer as a guest room,  but -our ope best bet," he apologized.'1  J'l'll confess fankly that there isn't a  single bunk-sheet in the detachment.-  But -I think I can guarantee a sound  sleep for both  of you.       I'll promise  there'll be no breakfast alarm in the  morning, but the makings of a meal  will be beside the kitchen stove when,  you're ready." ** ���������'  Protest unexpected came from mild-  mannered Mrs. Morrow. "But we're  "routing you out of house and home,  sergeant," she exclaimed. With a  nod of her blond head, she indicated  an extra uniform which dangled from  _.a Marr was away at dawn with a.  venire facias for"each of the three goldf  explorers,; the" only  competent jurors'  within reach.    " As it was a matter_of  -lorry-- miles rough    sledding    to   "the  prospectors'1 camp and return, the inquests  could scarcely be held before  /the late? afternoon. That the girL whose j  ciBCuGus t._ey* -"v&re conspiring <-o protect might be too busy for vagrant suspicions,  Sergeant  Seymour  suggested  to thV Morrows that   they    open    up  Mission House'while he was at liberty  to help them.  "Don't want to seem ~*inhbspi table.  Mrs. Morrow,', he said in. his slowest,  most deferential manner, "and ��������� 3-ou  know you'll" be -welcome here ,as long  as you^care to stay/"but I'm sure you  want to get into-your own place as  soon as possible. Never know when  some Arctic hades is going to cut loose  and take me out on.the trail. I'm off  duty this morning���������more than read^,  to help with the heavy work."        *  This brought an offer from Moira  O'Malley that struck the ^.hearts o������  those who knew. .^  "Oursergeant of the Dismounted is*  positively brilliant' this morning," she/  said, confounding him utterly with  twin flashes of Irish blue. "Why, all  the time I attended school, in Ottawa,'  I saw np -one^more considerate. You  see, when -Oliver/gets back from this  inconsiderate mush of his, I'll become  quite useless as your handmaiden,  Emma, with all the things a brother  will be needing done for. him."  Mrs. Morrow hacL net'been advised  of the true, situation", but'-she had her  own ideas as to the*'proper habitat in  an Jutland's camp for a girl like  Moira.   j *- s  "Oh, you'll keep right on living at  Mission House as-long'as you're here,  my dear," she ^said. "The shack of a  bachelor trader Is no place for so  dashing a belle."  "But I know Olie's quarters, whatever they are, will need my sisterly  attentions,"  she  protested,~-spreading  Delicious and Refreshiii������  That portion of Seymour's face that  was not bearded rook color from the  tunic that had betrayed him.      "And  I thought I'd removed all trace of the  former   occupant.       Must   be   getting  color blind."      He carried lhe jacket  into  the  living  rcora.       "Don't worry  about your reverend,    Mrs.    Morrow;  he'll bunk as smif-  as a bug out here  with "La Marr and me," he called-back.  There was a chorus of good-nights;  then  the  men   settled   to  their pipes  before the fireplace.      After a reasonable wait, ln  silence, Seymour lowered his voice   and    communicated    -to  Luke Morrow the news of the tragedy.  Without   reservation,   the   missionary  approved   thejr   course  of  keeping   it  from  Moira until after the necessary  legal formal hie*- had be**n carried out.  Then, he  s������i.d, he- would take charge  with a. religion*- reverence that might  lighten ihr- blow.  "She'H a wonderful woman, Moira  OTafaKey." he *?a"d with detp feeling.  "{She -endeared herself, to everyone  who met her-over at Wolf Lake. "Utterly wrapped up ln her brother, this, will  be a terrible, blow. I wonder If������������������"  He hesitated.      "Would It be admiss-  T_e missionary's calm was perfect  "She had no way ot letting him  know that she was coming to spend  the winter with him, once.the wireless  she sent to Edmonton failed to reach  Wolf Lake," he replied. "She came  through herself hy team in the first  storm_pf winter. We had great dim?  culty in keeping her with us until-we  ourselves were ready to make the trip  across country. She'd have "come  through with an Indian, dog driver If  we had not protested so stoutly."  -"All that to see a brother, eh ?V  -shorted Karmack. "Are yQii certain  she is his sister?' '������������������.'���������','���������   A.  Seymour .sprang to his feet, ah angry flitter in his gray eyes. -"Enough  ���������of"that, Karmack! Express another  such doubt and out you go:���������Tor good.''  For a-moment, a snarling expression  strove to master the trader's face. The  missionary pcured oil.  "I'm sure Mr. Karmack meant nothing wrong. He's Just a bit .upset by  air these happenings." ..  "Upset?     Dear eyes, yes���������I'll, Say  I'm upset." The factor made \ a  Quick grasp for peace, for the sergeant    looked    dangerous.        "All    I  unconscious agony to the two men.}  "His room at home always was a  sight. A place for everything but nothing ln Its .place seemed to be that  Mick's motto. -  As the two went on ahead to the  small dwelling that had been. closed  since the previous, spring thaw, Seymour found himself kslring again why  she had come. "Were"sisters as devoted as that? As motherly. Never having had a, sister, he was unable  to answer. '';-^7':'77'-j.7>7v.::.;; :,'". ';'  The pair stripped weather boarding  from doors and windows, aired the  house thoroughly and carried ih a  supply of wood from the shed:" They  then closed it tight arid built roar-  fires In every available stove to remove the winter chill. , The native  hostler from the lpost7already had  Bhoveled paths through the snow.     \,  So far as the two males coi*ld see,  but little inside a cleaning would he*  necessary. But the women, on. coming, to the house presently, revised  that verdict and fell to with broom and  mop./ ',- ". ���������(. :';���������,-���������"������������������ ,'���������'-.'--������������������      :- '���������-,'������������������'  The smoke from. Mission- "House  stove-pipes probably liadb.eenreport:-  ed to Karmack, for be arrived'presently, his interpreter drawing a toboggan loaded witb. provisions which were,  presented -to the *nissionaries with  compliments from Che "trading, company. The gift was gracious, the  supplies being of a sort not found in  the "-somewhat meager store of staples  provided by the** societies. They  were gratefully received.  _ame    then   a   second shock--from  Moira, 'again an innocent one, -In- the,]  form of coupled-questions*-      - * -  " *  "But* Mr. KarmacliV^'have' -you-locked  the store?" she asked _rst.   ���������  "***  "Not much trade these^wintry "days  and  if customers   come,  they'll  stick  around  like  summer bull-flies."      He  accompllshjed  the   only   laugh  of  the  morning.  "But  who  Is  there to  tell   Oliver,  when he comes back, tnat I've arrived  and am  waiting?'"  Harry    Karmack's    ficeshly- shaved,  usually ruddy "face -spent -as white as  Barbed  Mr. Henpack.���������Now, look here; 1 revise to do, as you say in this matter.  I'll have- you know that .no woman  evpr made a fool of^me. His wife.���������  Who1 did it then?'  the girl's-natural pallor ��������� at this-unex  pected turn to his attempted whimsicality. He stagger back as ,\t she had  struck him a blow. Seymour-* standing pear, steadied him Into a chair,  ^ "That bad heart of yours_again, old  top?" the sergeant asked .ouletly.  No one ever had heard of anything.,-,���������- .. ���������  being    tlie  - matter with   Karmack's | Medicine Co., Brockville, Ont  heart, but the timely question served  Mrs."^Morrow  RED HOT JULY DAYS  .-./-J-j^-W-^ll-BY-  July���������The month of oppressive heat;  red hot days and sweltering nights; is  ex'tremely^hard oii little ones.     Diarrhoea;" dysentry,  colic and cholera' infantum carry off thousands' of precious  little    lives    every    summer.      Agiie  mother   musjL.  be    constantly on Tier "  guard to prevent these troubles or if  fliey come on suddenly to fight them.  No olher .medicine is of such aid fo  mothers' /during the hot summer as is  Baby's Own Tablets.      They regulate  the bowels ancL, stomach, andean oc-_  caslonal dose given to the well child  will, prevent summer coniplaint, or if  the trouble does' ' come   on   suddenly  will banish it.     The Tablets are sold  by medicine dealers, "or by mail at 25  cents a box from The Dr. Williams'  to cover his emotion,  noticed It; but did not wonder" thereat  Evidently Moira "had hit these sons of  Isolation hard, and there were In prospect interesting, sessions, she thought,  for Mission House lining room that  winter. ���������."'���������     7.7**"' ���������.;--.:  Seymour decided he had endured  enough agony for one morning and so,  on theTplea of police routine, started  for the post, but the ,' thumbscrew of  misadventure was to rsceLve one more  turn. From the door of 'Mission  /House the melodious voice of Moira  carried to -him.       v ,_  (To ho continued)  _hl<\  do you think, to t*-ll  hor of the j meant was that I could understnnd a  death but nor. the fearful form?"  Gl&ncft"- exchanged by the three  l&ymen --.-owed'that, they appreciated  the- misRionnry'B -jtruKgU*���������-kindly  thought against utrict trufhfuInesH.  Long had he taught, the "truth, the  whole truth, ami nothing but the  truth,"      But jii-U now h* wavered.  "By gar! It, absolute I y would! I"  Karmack vociferated.  SP'5*rnour'K quick wit worked ovi* n  BOhitlon. ".An Resident of thr- Arctic  prairies. I'll tvuH: havlnf. that one  mnrkc*d up -.-.air*fit. me In the- Doom*--  dny Hook."  "THessc-d rue the kindly or heari,"  murmured   the   "sUy-pilot,"       "So   be  it:"  /The-; Romans regarded salt as a  sacred.article of food, hence "no other  dish was allowed torahe placed upon  the table before tlie salt was in position.  Ml  I"    I ��������� .  <<���������*  wife going, to such an effort-to join a  husband, hut not a ulster."  "Any reason to believe Oliver O'Mjfl-  ley had a wire?" Seymour remained  "stern.  "None in the world. But: a.Bister���������-  To make a trip like that, she must  have hud some very preseing reason."  Again hla eyes ciuistlohed the parson.  "If'there existed any other'than sisterly n"feetl-m," said Morrow evenly,  "ahe did not express it to, me." >HIs  manner was mo final as f.o malcefur-  fhflr questioning dlseourtec-'us..  Clums-Hy as Karmack had ubgU his  probe, he had but echoed a query that  had been In Seymour's mind from hla  (first realization-of Moira's m.pr.rlatlv'-i  Of    coumo.    ihey    all realized that; eomellnef?-*.     The sergeant had meant  Moiru Vv'oitlrl b'jirn in tlniu Ihe nature  of tun "aceldtni," but that neert not be  until Time, had Ita chi-noe jo f.alv������- the  wound.      The arr-'-it of Avic need not  immz  freshes Tired  t  He  Wrk������ Mr !*>������ r> ..Chler ������(6,trorEr������'C������(������|. <w������k  ^^tWf-S^^^swpHw^^  .!.*.  to at-k aix-ut thin w)������f.n he 11 rut J.Ior  rdw were alone, and  he would  have  pur   his   question   wkiiout  giving  of*-  rerVHe. '  Whv >m������l one who dewerved to ho  the 'honored to������M.. of,Ihe IJonilimloii  rushed Into the Arctic -wild-", evidently unasked, certainly unexptitiled, at a  tir/Hi .-'f yr.a.r when V, v.*ouU( bo ssext to  Imposftlble to nend h������r hack?   '  'Was there any connect ton htifwoer-  he.), coming nntl whttt had oceurred 1*0  recently In the Knkiswo hul't? Mtui  .-he brouKht- a wn"i'ja".lnic ot norjfe uutt  fo thlH hekaved brother find ber-irv lulled  "ntf;   !i.!t* 1*\t:**  'i'hf"   *"j"!f'h*   f!'.*-**   f**-;*   *���������  i   ' >'  ECZEMA YEARS  I        " ' illlll. .,"-'���������-.  In Pimples Between Knee  and AnklMjtiffed fiadly.  Cuticura Healed.  u. I was troubled with eczema for  thwe or four years,  It broke out in j  p^n-pleu bcLvvccii my t-nce-ndn*nl*1c  and Itched badly; especially at night.  The Irritntlon cfiuaed me to scratch  and the BcratchiriB caused eruptions.  "I aent for a tt*6' sample of Cutl-  curn SoapcindOlm-iriehtand St helped  me. I purchaoed mote, and after  unln*; one cake of Cutlcura' Soap-Snd...  three boxes of Cutlcura Ointment I  WftB.he<.led.** (aighed) Mloo Alice  CInrt, M*.������thfle1d"V1:.,'Ju1y'l������',t023.  Keep your skin clear ���������y using  Cutlcurm Soap, Ointment and Talcum for every -day toilet pur poBee.  Toucn*ipimph*o antLitching, ii Htiy,  with Cutlcurji Oln.ment. Bathe with  Cuticura Boapand hotwater.Dry and  dimt ll(jhtly with Cuticura Talcum.  >������jputs   "CuMd-r*. r, 0. 8������* f*l������,^i������������'ti-"ijl."-  Trt; ������-ur mw Sh������������l������iat Stick.    _  TO HPECT8NT-  WOTHERS  A Letter f i om Mrs. Smith Tells How  Iffim ������, Pinkham's Vegetable  '  i-iwi>i.miwi������wf'a������w���������i. wy-^^yt   ,'',  in regard to Lydia E., Pinkham*^ VejBW-  *^ tnhlo Compound.    I  ���������woiild not be -without it. I have talc en  it-before each of my  cMId|tcn7 -was   born,  and afterwards, and  And It n great help.  Before my fl*st baby  ���������w^a botn I had snort>  nees of brcntli nnd  rinjflng in my ears.  I felt as if I would  .��������� nebyer'puH through.  aaOne' day,a friend 6f  my huohand ^oltl him what the Vegeta-  _   ,    ���������_        i.^.    ������       m        .������. - Wo Compound had dorie for,;hiB wife and  tooh place at the Monastery of St.sIvan ^JfidSfttt-'to-'t-lcd^-bottte'' home fo^  of Tllla, In tlio mountains above Samo- | xno. ��������� Aft^r'' the fourth bottle I'was a  Itov.'where th<- Bulgarian letters oroat-   dMterent wd"wan.^ IJ^������ *?Htr,fMl'!^"  Celebrated Unique Holidny  People Flttinflly Observe "Name Day fl  "*"    v Of "Slavic. Alphabet  Tlie Bulgarian people celebrated a  unique holiday on., Ma.y 24 when  throughout the country was observed,  the "name day" .of the Slavic, or Cylil-  lac, alphabet and of its creators, the  monks"'Gyrll and hi^. brothor "Vlistho-  dlus. It was In the ninth century and  from the cUy, of Salohica that these  holy men promulgated their alphabet  which wao ��������� dcaicnod io propagate the  Christian faith among Slavio peoples.  One    of    the notable  observancea  ed by tho apostlefl_from Latin, Greek  and Hebrew material, were preserved  fj-orrii   extlactlon' 'during' tho   TurlcJsli'  domination of five centuries.  The celebration of the day la also  marked by tba^Orthodox Church,to'ro--  call the introduction of Christianity  amongstho Bulgarian, people, and Its  spread to tho olhef Slavic peoples by  the .followers of Sts. Cyril and Metho-  dlua. '-"���������*���������  Scwi and I always flna the Vcgctablo  Cotfipound n ������ven% help as It seems to  malic cohanomont ea*dqr. I recommend _  it io  iW  frlcndo. ���������"'--��������� Mrn. Ft*i~> H.  -SiMth, JTohn &Ri '-Trenton, Ont.  lA-dla E. Pinkhani's Vegetable Com-  tioundio an excellent m^iclnetov e%:  Sur'aig the entire period. It!haa a gen- ���������  craloltoct to strongthon and tone up the  ������ntlro oyi. tow, ho tlmt it may work in  S.bvv reifeect effectually as nature 'In.  tended. Thousand*" of women testify  tothUtfact. .*,**,���������.��������� h ���������'.'��������� ''���������-��������� ���������*���������  -. ���������,   y.:. .x   r- ������������������-- .���������������������������������������������  -N'-  - inaaajwflj. iiar.  iwwiiwawiaiMMMaaawiiiwaiMaaaaMMia^^  jfiggfWi  warni \
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nnmnv �����> mav an^n.
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* A teas_>oonful ofv
^Gjitetl-k Lye sprinkled
in the Garbage^Caii,
prevents flies breeding
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J/ae Cilletl's.Lye for off
. sCteaaisrg'andJXminfecling
Costa little
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Represent C
Expected That Hon, J. A. Kobb Will
���    Attend . tnter-AMied   Conference
7 "-"In London \
It is expected that Hon. J: A." Robb
will represent Carlada at the interallied conference to .ba,. held in*-vj_on-
don in Augu3t for the consideration of
the* Dawes report-.-    .*��� --/ , .
PrenSlarr King^fill^be ."m^Me^To go.
Tl. *? "Sri���sh" 0c��s^m2:__t,,ha3 ashed
all   the  dominions' to. be "represented
and It is intended to   accept    the   in-
--'vltation. .iV.   /*- _. * .     ���>>
Canada will hs  a signatory/ to any
treaty whicbwls concluded and parliament will "be as ted: to" ratify "it."   This
. .     .    -.--I'     ,    *
wiiKprevent a recurre ice* b��_jhe mis-
understanding  that arose. ouL  of the
" Lausanne, treaty.
<The. Italian* airplane cxVeditipn to
the North Pole has been, postponed im,-"
tif next year because of lack of lime.
- The .Prince-of "Wales will travel incognito, ��a last year,��� when be c��mes
^ to Canada this^autumh.    Z   -*'   * /
7 -An. order relating "the existing:;: restrictions on the movement of imported   Canadian  cattle, in  Scotland' was
issued on'July 14. - -..",_.
Chinese customs officers raided the
American sailing vessel Talbot in -port
at Shanghai and seized arms and am-
munlthHjv-valued at"$SO��000.
- The brolrcho-riding test at the British "Empire"Exhibition, In which "the-'
Australians   backed ' their  compatriot,
]**3nowy Thomson,  for    a    substantial
amount,; ended  In. a  victory   for  the
Canadian'  competitor,  "Pete   Vander-
mere. , ,   **" **,���*"- , ~-.\"~*"
On July 7, seven British battle craft,
-"he first-British squadron to^gmter an.
American port for 40 years,' steamed
through the Golden G_tes to the United    States    on    their way home from
!.\.s.Z~   TO���S-J3~1~    T-* ,_a ���a___.   _a ~ at".
Laa*=a_     Ulllinu   JL/UIUIUIUU    TlOll.lUC    WUITIU
i �� *.     '
A decided expansion of Japan's air
forces, to increase the present force
from eleven and one-half squadrons to
"seventeen squadrons by ,1928, is being
contemplated^ Admiral Hyo "Pakarabe,
miplsterrof naval affairs," has Informed
the Diet.- . ->f       "    - , .   -
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;"��hls is wl_*7 x
yqii stee prettier
complexiojFis, today
Women have learned this simple way to keep
youthful loveliness
The ^prettier complexions you
see everywhere, today, are due to"
*���     one thing: "- , '    -    /.
- . " Women have learned that it is
unnecessary to ^sacrifice youthful
loveliness to  the passing-- years.
""" This" sii-igls- trsatmeht h_s 'made
\ -it possible" for millions of worden
to keep youth, charm. The.secret
13 yours, too, if you.will..
*" , "���
Just try this
Cleanse the skin regularly, authorities say, to**keep your- com-
plexion lovely, radiant, youthful.
But  beware'of harsh  cleansing
'methods.  They injure skin.
Wash thoroughly with
Palmolive Soap���each night before retiring. Rub the creamy-,
foam.-'' lather well' into the tin-"-
pbres^. Rinse ���- and repeat the
washing. .Then rinse again.
Then���if skin is "dry���apply a
little cold cream. That is all.
Skin so cared for is not injured
'" \ The\snttpte, correct zvay
f You canhot fiitd a "taore effec-
-tive beauty - treatment.   Because
. Palmolive Soap is blended of rare
palm and olive oils���famous for
"mild but thorough cleansing qual-
\itics since the days of. Cleopatra.
And it is inexpensive.   Use it for
the-bath; too.- ' '"   >
'   Take no.'chances.  Palmolive is
""never _ sold   unwrapped.    Get   it
from, any 'dealer;   Then for one*
week jEiy'this easy method.   You
by cosmetics, J>y wind and sun,,,    will have cause" for-delight even
or by dirt.   -  . j >    in that short time.       '-
Volume and
efficiency       ,
produce 25c J
quality for
Winnipeg Toronto        _-* Montreal-
Palm and olive oils^-tsotking else���givm
���^Nature's green color to Palmolive Soap
He-a-d.acl.es and """ Backaches
'Make Life Miserable
A woman's-health handicaps her al-'
mo3t always. ,She ha^pains andx disabilities whieh'- do not atSict men.
*Nature does not give'her a fair chance.
Her blood is more often thin and poor
than "a ?��_��*
the first
women who seemed"' destined to^a life
ai_ _, 'and she -often neglects
"finnings of ill-health. Many
.Excellent    For   Croupy   Children
When a child is stiffering: with"* croup��j ��f f^n^t" s^fle-lng^v^beOT frwd
it   s a good plan to use Dr. Thomas    entire?y fjom  their siifferlnl.through
Eclectric OIL      It reduces' the inflam-   the sWOnderful^brood-making qualities
of Dr. Williams' Pink Pills.���"" Many a
woman toils all day with a pain-in her
back  and. side,   a   burning  headache,
and a- sense, of-having no spine left.
> _��� What a pity women will not listen
to xaeir friends T?"aoia Dr.-tWiiiiams"
Plnk Pills have saved Srbto-their misery.   *Wbenever a woman suffers tli^y
,'will 'help   her���in  youth,' puddle-age
4ind after-life. ^ Mrs.- John Mitchell, of
Middlevllle.-Ont., gives her experience
for the: benefit* of .other women-suf-
ferer-s.'",~'She says:���"Some years ago
I was so badly run-down I could hard-
���",y_-walk-*" around the house.     I tried ���to
do a few chores  but was  able to do'
���rfiatlorr and loosens the phlegm gi-,ring
speedy relief to the little** sufferer. It
ia equally_reliable for.spre throat and
chest, earache, rheumatic" pains, cuts;
bruises and sprains.""/ Dr. Thomas', "Ec-r
1*M4r*r*+t*%   /til    _o   J*r��j_irro-*r��rl��_/l   ^V"   T_1SX_:,*r   ^"1^'*������*""ri���
"ands as ah Indispensable oi* the familyj
C medicine v chesC',  ...->,:"%""'   - ...A:
.- : r~rr   -**      .*���-''   "?"r1
- The-tlowest point for -thousands  Of
miles   *of ~ the   :Andes, is 10,000 feet
above the*-sea.* ���.-/""   -   '-    "*--��� -^** *
*   ...       The  Railing Passioit
Women^ Have An^Iinalienable Right To
Hs&o Their Hair Sobbed    'v.
People look with horror on the tales
of early colonial days, wheh men and
women were gut to death, for witchcraft.    " They**express thanks'" that the
| country has progressed    beyc-ml    tiie
time "When a code "of laws was printed
in a blue-covered pamphlet    and    became, known   as   blue   laws.       These-
laws    provided* penalties \for(  many
things that now, seem trivial, but occasionally the link between the 'past
and .tjie jjresen^ is. gorged anew. .   An.
old. Connecticut law made-it criminal
9 "Birds Grow^On Trees
A many* colored bird that leases its
eggs suspended from the boughs of
trees was discovered, by "a party -of
Englffh scientists that returned ^>to
Bombay rec-entSy from *he heart of India. >The eggs hatch lh mid-air and
the birdlings tu-nble.to the'ground-
Medical- Aid At Sea
Powerful \ Mediclne*.~Th"e " healing
propei-Lles in six e3sentiarolls are'eon-    _____        _
-centrated * In.   every    bottle    of    Dr.-iyery. little/"   Mi_boys    and""husband
Thomas' Eclectric Oil. ,formijig one ?>f
the mostv-beneflcial "liniments eyer ofv
fered.to the use of mttn. _ "Ttf"any can
testify-as to Its power la allaying pain,
and many-more can-e'erlify that they
., owe their health to it. , Its .wonderful
power Is not expressed by the small
price a.t which It **eUs.
Pains I�� Back Sisbduad
Sore Chest Relieved
*- ��
A N&viT Scot 1 art Telfs How SHs 'Over-
came Her Troubles With _
to kiss her inf ant o_ the
, :���; r       - ^    �� -
You.-^.can    say    one  thing for  the
Teh    Commandments."    It,, nevei;- Is
-necessary to-ix-rlte them in code.
There la*ai dealer handltno Newcastle
coal In every town Ih. Western Canada.
Look for-him.
had to do the rest, ��� IE I started upstairs I had lo go v^ry slow 'or���I
would fall, and' I was just played out
when I got at the top of thfe stairs." My
head ached" terribly, ~ and my heart
would beat violently. In tfils deplorable condition I began taking Dr. Williams' Pink PH13. "Vv-herfl had finished six boxes I felt,much better... Then
I...got a further supply, and by the
time I had -taken these I could walk
anywhere without being exhausted,
the headaches had disappeared .and I
am now perfectly well. Any woman
who Is run-dowu should not hesitate
to begin Dr. Williams* Pink'Pills at
once, as I am' sure from my own experience they will build her up."   ,
You   can   get   these PI113 from any '
medicine dealei or by mall at 50 cts.
a- box from The Dr. Williams' Medicine Co., Brockvll|e, Ont.
��� A 96'foot whale 'caught at Akutan,
Alaska, was so huge tfig-t nine men
could stand in H's .mouth. .^_
For Sore  Feet���Minard's  Liniment
Sabbath Day. Sanitary" laws-now say
it Is criminal for anybody * to kiss
b'abies on any-day. Another Connect!-,
cut statute provided that "every male
shall have his hair cut round* according to a car..'" There is-notmuch difference In - spirit between this and a
ruling of vthe Wabash county township trustees that ho woman wHl be
employed"*aa a teacher if she' has
bobbed hair. From Pennsylvania
cora*_3 a dispatch that^all th*e*teachers
in one town have had an increase in
salary of $1^0 a year, except thoso
whcThrtve short hair. They ar/^not to
be permitted to have" higher salarles
unless they let" their hair grow. It
might" be logical to assume-that the
teacher with*-, short hair spends less
time on it, and'has more time in which
to prepare lessons for her pupils. it
it Is fair,for school authorities to regulate the manner In which women wear
their hair, they might regulate men's
habits >ud fashions. Whiskers formerly seemed to bo considered as an
evidence of learning, but they mean
no more now than, a second lieutenant's moustache. If women wish to
have their hair cut. evidontly that-Is
their own business.���Indianapolis
News: **
.- 71 consider JServIiins the sbest fr&s?-?'
edy for1 a cold,",sore throat;,or tightness ,*acroS-'_ the chest," writes Miss
Lucy Masher, from Windsor, N.S. "For
years bur" home has never beenowrlth-
out .Nerviline. I had a cold on my
chest that fourteen-remedies couldn't
break up. I rubbed on Nerviline .three
times a"day, used Nerviline as a gargle and .was completely. restored/'
It's because Nerviline is so powerful,
so nenetratlng, ,s____sure to relieve congestion, that it'is used in most homes,
for the prevention and relief ot a~ hundred minor ills. Get a 35c bottle today.       ^       _ , ...   ""J
Probably the largest private r��ein-
deer ranch in" the world is in A*ask*��.
presided over by Helen "Lomer," ot St.
Paul, who, with her live brothers,
looks after a hercl of 45.000.
Radio Request For A-ntltoxii. Received *-
"- ' Quick Response From-Liner
An interesting- page "bom the log pf
the S.13."Express of Scotland, contains"
-details of the*-assistance rendered tho
S.a. Dlgby on the-last".westbound trip
of ths big" Ca-nadSan Paci_c liner. Th��
entry reads as    follows:���^"At    noon.    -.
when  the  ship "was-In latitude 53.04
north, longitude J31.3& west, a-general    ^.
radio was sent out by the S.S." Dishy
readlngr-^tAll.stations.      Dlgby noon,*
position 53.42 north, 36.05 west, course
"*3 true," speed 13 knots, requests posi-   "-
tions of vessels in vicinity having��� on
hoard3, diphtheria -antitoxin as this is
urgently- required.,".    <SIgne"S> -:West--
gart. ..-   . - ^  -,    ��-
"Calculations  -of ' these "T"ositions   ***
made  ships  -lafl^^Iles apart.      After
cbnsiflting with.the slup's surgeon ous ^_
course-was adjusted' to meet the S.S..
Dlgby and"at A p.m.* she was, sighted
nearly ahead.    - At -i.37 p.m. her boat
was alongside and In an hermetically
sealed case the medicine, was transferred at once/    Tlie vessels proceed"- **>
ed on their voyages after the exchange ^
of greetings.      From the reduction of
speed on approaching the Dlgby WCe-
boat until the engines of the Empress
of Scotland 'we*re on full speed ahead,
-was  only  a  matter  of ten  minutes,
namely reduced jfpeed at 4.37 p.m., full
speed ahead. 4.17 p.m.
���  No man or womajiK* should    hobble
painfully about because of corns when
- *���
Eternal   vigilance  occasionally   en-
so certain a relief Is at hand as Hoi-   ables ,a man  to retain  one umbrella
loWay's Corn Remover.      l -<   J for* six consecutive weeks..
.Want Penny Postage
IS sttSmraflates
appetite*-   and
**X"*.<"_e*( *iB_.25'C**:S"ttfi-*S* ���***��
It itaahfes yQ*_r
',_o��t>ifl doy'.umorc
flood. Note how
II relieves WtHmf. fl-tuflfjr flecltno
afller lienrty eallnaf*
JVVl>f.t-��ttai te-th,
:yf m * I ei'-no
liTceatltii. vnk<S
, ivmiiHmts^K��ery-
iim'_i^iii__i��^'-> -
Moro. FisSiermen Find '
Extensive  Pearl Beds
Establishment Of An Imperial Wireless Chain Also Urged In London
Tho congresfl of \tlie Empire Chambers of Commerce In London unanimously urged t,ho.ro-eBtabliahment of
pbnny post-go'within the empire and
also urged the Imperial and Dominion
Governments to remoyo the difficulties confroullue; tho piuabllj-ihmoul of
an Imperial wJrDlosB'chnii^.- i
The congress; adopted a resolution
urging increased energy;lu promoting
emlsration��.to the DQm'mlona. "Wo
can give a good living In Canada to
ail who arc willing to work,",, aaid John
Eiliott, of Bollcvillo, Out.,' mover at
the 4*eaa.,ulioa. .        ,   '.. . *..,.', ,        /���     *    -
Tho tltlo of Czar was' first/assumed
by Ivan II. In 15,77.
Have   Monopoly  of   Certain   Territory
In-China .Sea-
New and extensive pearl bods have
been discovered by Moro fishermen recently in tho China Sea bit the north
coast of the Island of Palawan, ono of
the Philippine group, according to Dr.
W. H. Wade, chief pathologist of
the Cullou -leper colony, wlio haa/
Just returned to Manila.
Moro fishermen havo a monopoly of
the new beds, add the waters around
the coaat 6I* Palawan aro dotted with
'the wll^oir'thoh'^
lyytlie/chlof. pearl-beda^^-o
w_ro ���located sou
Sulu Sea and a majority of lhe fishermen wore - aTai. auesu. y.y   7  ,
Corns and Bunions!
Rub daily with Mioard'a.
It takes the pain, out cf
them, "".*f,"'
Say "Bayer''- Ipsisjtt
Natlye. Oerm-an Bird Dlaappearlt.0
the old uenxan , storlt, with.his
black'wings, white broaut and rod bill
���-the 'colors of r"tho old Qeruian,,- om-*
pirc���ls roported to''bo disappearing.
Thoy j-eturuocl in numbers from Egypt
to Germany each year, but slnch tho'
war their numbers have decre*asod.
For Pain
Mloard'- Liniment Relieves Palin
Headache ������'������������
Co)4s, 7
Accent only a
Bayer pac^alge
which contains proven directions
Handy "Bayer" boxaii of 12 tablets
m%'AJ M*J*    44%* kr **���*%+*���<**     W*a>     a���*���     ��.����4**aa      fa. W   �� ,--,..    -.   Uq^ - M ,- . j
jCintrln   la   thai   tr&*d��   mirk   (r-iB��-<������"l   t��
Ot&fcda)    ��*    �����*-�����-*    M��B��**����*<*��t**    ��*   -latOIMV-
esstlcactfleatee or 0��UoyHo��cl-l
Two   Important Food  Factor*.
Clark's Beans with Pork possess-two
Important food factors.     While bolus *
amoat wholesome Toed they are de-
llclou-j and aDpotl-slng.     No trouble--
simply heat and servo.
"Let the; Clark Kitchen** help you."
Sea's Glow1 Worrne-'
The hootlluca at la_t are under-lock
���8en<l a Dctif-Jnlon Exprea* Morney Order.
Tlvoy -rt>. pnyaWo .evora-'whew*.    v ^
..in     ail mi.i'i,i  in i    ��� iiawaT^
',    GERMAN     MONEY  ..for '::aale-r-8'(M>,'b08'
wiark*. K0a_;  GO0.O00 m_rKa.-toOc. pne�����nll-
llon mart-B. (I.-B. ten million .markC Ifl.CO.
i>p��cl_Uy lmiK.n- Cot.. tDepivii- a '"-V....|>uu-
��j���� St.. Toronto. Ont. -.,- ������������' ��� y-
MSf^M'm0Ls*'''''''mWmWLf JSS tftmS*   ";<
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AVOID 4M��"IAT80W�� ^-     -
lanvMlt''MAi.*r'iiai io*M-rMtrv *i.���(-"lu-rftTit)-N
and, hoy 1 ��� I'ho noctiluca: arc- Baiv��*at.or     n""m gp| c n_?^ 7.ixb ' miiM
"IIVM-IM. bugs" and thoy havo been ]';jjj|LcUI*LftJ^
captured after months of patient effort by Professor Knut llamdorf, of
Hamburg. Cooped up in a bottle and
t&lcoii Into a dark room, they glow Hkc
flreflies and gldw worms.        -
Minjird'ia Liniment for Klieumati������a
^ k*>r iMuilaa ChoMUtn.
��*.rm ���-ai�� ��c��!-!*.��� i.k iro-c i.*wi���� Mii.Min >��,
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AI����ll4atMT 1*1 LMat.
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SG33 'AX/Ti-S  -''���������-���������7'":^7._7.j.  ?*&??���������*������ is^^^ v '.-:'-->-7 ������ ..y^  ^*���������**^**^"**Mj'--IBBW_M_M_MPWIMWaWMMMBMMSa^MM<BW '*!;:. ,^-���������','*-. ^.' --'\*V  "-a^*^^^;^:^^ _^fc7eg:sr4fet-ua7.:^:~,:':."���������' ���������' :'XxAA7:77n.^**"^^  -irfislS^g^  ">v::a  7 V:_Bd^T������iraE7 B^iday'4t Oresitoii, ^B,<!,_  Sul-tscnptibsi: 92.50 a year th advance.*  .'Tt&Btt^:^ ::y;;7;y7:g  H^V-XIP-  7'^ 7^?^ ?sc������|^  7::.pc������mple: ia^q-py:andr' expense,/Jt:7?m  ^Uquit^Hi^^ .:questkmi  :.'^||n������r^^:.Jwa .^skj^'-ja* ^;:wliere' a,ppl������2S;  7^P*?!!w :;Fniic^  : ::��������� y^-i_J^^^igsj^3 a������d;*tS_e;  ::-::"_t^e*a^g: .pje^^. ^::">e^ able to sub|  '.;::-_aat_^|i^HsSiK' made on������������������ thisp_intv  ��������� vi^J^^i^ ......... .;1,,....,.  :-;;-;^*4.i^%|^BaW! ago, was' the ;^Bqmiimoir  :;7.;:ji^ui^Gbm :: ,/^plyiiiiK;7fco  7' ������7-K|3-ol^^  ;7^hln-^iia - this: connections M^ y Ba-Kter  y'i^ejj^ieii*:-'.:;:-kx'iZ'Z k j.^a^zA.xZax-ZZZoj:  kk.:kAj^^ekk''pt^saii^   you--refer   to7  Zkx^^^'psf^s^Ll. in boxes and we or -  -^epij-rse a^vci^feE^that these should y  ''k; '^ai&ayB be[,������^^^ped::.hu-vV.if:appIesy^  )���������.'are packed"^iir jina^esunwrappedy  y   a^ solidity to en-  '-i-:;^';8i_ire|_(ih*}������^  77ia<$rii^ handling, 7  they cbii.d   riot be considered in  violation of the law as being im-  pt^pMly \ packed. .'... If,;' -. however;;;';  -'-..." thejy��������� "������*_*������ asr^rapped -and not.: of ���������.:  Bu������-cient eolidit^r to  ensure s_.i*e  ....": y!*-apirs6^  ^'-���������^^l^ljbraisied,'-; -'the^-^Bild^E^  .'::;r-:teii^^:;:;ii^p^jjeTlj"-.;. pic&edv'; Tdtiid  :- ^ ������-^0_]d^Q^Sais^  apples 4n boxes -!"an-w^pp������cTwitl*  v y*n^. .degr^  ...' ��������� they' ;wf3'-Lot h_ i������|uir_d ;-'iis-:  s-ea'ttux': ������iriii alejO; urasii   *cOiie*id������ra>**���������������&  -^al more of tbis^fcarVcrop will be  j^net^^  'eli^jajJ!^^  nei_thii_������rlt&^  '..-'���������'a   -J'rf;i;jr,l?  -fy'-yfe-^f'-i  -M������^B^  :Zp%i~^?Mi$^&������0s������-*;  MS  5^&&fe^^_  ���������ffill  ���������*&#���������.  ___^W'5ps;  ^*-     us-���������:.-* >&._������ii ��������� -7  iliSI  ,"-;*^'::*''V';.iV"': j^^  ...-_.*..���������....-_,. -g-v^Bi  j^^j-ii_asfi__-������s*:^   ^y^espews^  3$&^^ha;^^  issued   at the end   of 1the   week  is  .i���������r .-.--jyAx-:.--: .-.-���������: fr1-''���������-*������������������.. _-7-_. ** *S'������������������"-'���������' '-"..���������,r'-/-;*'-'f-v^-:\t--i'^  s*I"Jte:������fie:shih^^  >a3en vtuliiviiitly suoosssfi-;! s:: setting  'thWlis^O^^ '������������������:"--"������*2-::������i*-  . __ _f-.IB*Wii  fcjbs-j- ;^^3it^!*s;::al^^  have surely- provided- very generous  pnzesin mbst^every;really 'deBerv  ti^.*ie1^  ^'''ITaMleftM^-iiQE^^K^* g������'~lS"it'^*CiM3������i?? ?  -   ���������    '   ,;.���������"���������*"T,^.���������**"���������'-. 'r**|^-^T^*^"*!!"'^"'.1".^'^T^T"  "���������"**���������" '-v "T"-'*rw^.r���������.'TC.-'*r-:-���������^.-i-i- *-  '"jai^'-^^^h^ladi'^-^  ^|Mli|sci^veiy;. iit^s^ii^ea^al^  ......>.v;-&om.<Ni^  '"mft|^^iiiiid.5ii|i^  nesswith those nGOiiopolized by the  'deMciefin^.^e^  _*^'':*,,l*-'_,'-.'aio.������if_i!  been notably   weak in   the opinion  '/sral l-J^d1" iud"*e������ tlia.fc  .iw.^-tiiiiei-  t<y;������^-^r*^iir^e.dw  if^&'i^lf'i^  lp������p8>������f^p^:yr.-- *' :v'^jkkky-AA^.A:AMkAA0AA^  ''���������   !S__^1f^i_^^-b_ _a_afJn^^B-'''_.^-^ ^^a������:������^;;M&l^^  :*JS^'S#-^-^fBgfe?;:sfe!ii;  i7: y V 7:':i7>::;: 7:^77-#;f ;S|^  ���������^M"S;'-;;y~'*s^'):;fes^g*K'':*:  ������S*������*~-J,A:W.  ::,.:er.-?.;- _���������. >v^ ,=.^  de3^i-^ifflmfe7;ih.s:rp������^cal^^^ iil^lS^ft^pySH^ y;_;. y'77.^-:7:y������7;p*yi'fi:7v  ^^:iy^-i:.{-7^:::-^"7" :,7:,^y7^7^--7^^7^  the.haying season oyer much earlier  tXi^-^v.JU^ +ttv ;��������� rt.,w   .*t;w  HngV ^he papsr a_2t-B as *ti cfBshioii3  and. even   though  they  become  -somewhat <E~ack  they are  pre  vented fronn-  bruising.    It   they      . _  deemed   improperly    packed.   5t_ tn?8 3"ear:  could only late -reported! ������sa^viola  than usual, and with .-..all* orchard  ���������pts6^'uet_-._6m!n^  d*y*s "ahead :of other years.-certainly  tha usual "excuse o������aiot having time  cannot be urged   by non-exhibitors  ^Jiat thehinoome tax is only  77 per  *'cte * bscJiKiiSsFSr it-1" ^?^K?s"-r^^4i**e*3"**  %U> rto. 3 tihey - would still  be in  violation of that grade for the  . same reason." '  The Early Season  l^j^lli^eltilhher* levy.-:  ^;^U5r:--,v.---7.^!^^1- -^i.ftiA7^--^7^y: ,7^^---- -^.~L  '- ^"Eh^QKesM^n'-arisesj -���������what''did --th?:  timberholder get for the three and  a quarter miUion  he   paid   to   tbe  treasury?. ~A'���������-- -  yTKe Depa**:t|nent of Mine-s atMjord-  ������vta_ *svs^K������je������jt- ���������xcu**q fov   tA,fe-jiii  J.1 _a������ll   -^���������-~~*J������-.      ������������_.������__  ������UI*  Otllll   giCBTOJ ,������������UV  A������  aiamon-  The outstanding feature of last  week's activities in the- horticultur-  al line -a-aa, xindodhtedly, the shipping of a part ear of Molntcsh Red  apples on Friday, 5th, from.Elrick  Boa. and the varied discussion���������wise,  and otherwise-���������that the incident  ha* evoked.  In coming to any definite conclusion as to whether this year's  movement of Mans���������-or any other  variety of apples���������is too early it  ehonld.be remembered that the hor-  ticulfural authorities are agreed  that 1924 ie from ten days to two  weeks earlier than any prev'ons re-  r. ^    -.4!..���������   *^   ������������������,...,-���������_���������������������_.   ������_������A^ti"K *o thjB-Goveraiment'HnanMal t������  a-_add-on   to   proving   ^l^ ^'i^I^l|fid''j|ua������!}  __^ p=id q.-.i^' ^S^^^SO:^ f^li^  "da-,  couple of afternoons ofiv the?faiVjh#s" Tpartmeil^df"^|WicJ wSrW receivied  ""'-���������������������������'��������� ^ll.OOO and" oaid^rtifc S2.7^4,O0D  the Deparfctnei.%   "Of   Bail waya^re-  eeived .   fi52.(M)_     and     paidk out,  ^l_������,000; .the Department of Agrt*  c.���������tura  received $31,000  and paid  out $437,000- :.The  Department of  .Lands received ^.009,900,, bfwhioh  "$3,247,000 waa. revenuejtrom  tim--  her>��������� Of  this-great sum-, less than  ������700.000 was paid back   in   forest  protection &n*|   the maintenance of  the forestry office. -  The eascof .the British .Oplumbia  tttnberliolder ���������^oi8stitnte^) a unique  example of over-taxation.-  Two facts nmpt be borne in mind.  Timber "is only--kiarvestcd onee-in a  lifetime and that there is no surer  v^ay to killto a big competitive in  dnstry.than to oyerhnrden its raw  material witH^tax'ation.  ':-���������-^^^^^^^-'^g^^gjg^ g^J  Shorthand, t "l^pewritit������gv    Bctpkkeping,    ������J^tm-i^ship;7: S^li^^  -, - R-������i.pjd,C!aleulatio-ni9^ 0>mraercia|:B nghshy* Commercial liaw  -->%������._. .-- -- i  r.~  " * ��������� *-'V������s������������ - ** ������-���������-    ^^&m*A*S;mAAxA^i  Filing. and -General Omoe^ cr^^dm^^A^m-mAmk''  " *" ^Lx^x^t^'zir.'t-S'.7ta.A>^'i-''        '    " " "'  - *i *  fel  fiti-ating the capabilities of the dis  tract And   those  who eonstittito ita  population,   and   the T>etter - and  bigger the display that is  made in  all oldsaes just that much ihe great  er is the   satisfaction   awakened1 in  Te<ndeiits and  visitors  alike   as   to  the wort.li whileness of the well-- ad ^  .vertirsed Oreaton Valley.  The prize list has something of  interest for all members of the family and it is not a bit too early to  be making np a list of the entries  most everyone can make, and after  all ib is the products that are dis  played that   really   count.  The fo31 fair ia the only holiday  that the Valley takes en masse.  Make it a worth white one hy providing creditable displays in all  classes   to   inspect  and discuss  at  ,*, Via*'  km  Order Your Frisiir  PQ  iT WOW  i^S.-iS.  if-vi-^-v^fc--. ���������  i.7.;-jV"SV?4-"  cent season.  With     6h.ift    point   conceded   aUheanntinl  renewing  of  acquaint  ������ear--h of the 1923 dates on which  , apple shipping started reveals the  fact that with due allowance made  for even a ten-day advance in the  season the 1*82-8 crop ie not rolling  ���������head of time at all  On Mcintosh Reds the reoorda  show that in 1023 the firwt of these  wore shipped on September 12fch,  as compared with this year's move  on the 5th. In 1923 the first of  the Wealthy a rolled on August  2-1 th as compared with the l_th  this year, while as to Duchess in  1B-2S fcl.������> iiicHt, u������ov������_-Miiertt *wa.������ ail  August 17th as compared with the  8th 61 August this season.  An to just why the Creston teens-  on is almost as early as that of the  Ok anagarb this year tbe most like  ly guess iie prpbubSy- thai o-f *��������� some.  hortiotiltnristo who- attribute-' ib'to  the- abeen.oe of enow laat w.t-nter,  tha. contoutiow being that with no-  local anow to get" rid-of-mother nat,-  -tre> got the growing' aes-em.** in  Creston 'Valley' and-.: the ; Okanagan  off bo about an evelf itutt with the  resuilt thatt the local iritiit-s* -������r������*oo������xj.-  anoes for which the   fall fair so admirably adapted.  ��������� you  win pi  NOW 4*OR   FUTURE ^lI"_JLrIV_!B^|............  See our General A^cnta WALTER^V.ZJACKSON  of Creston, sand he wiii grive you good7*rea8^������ffi5^e^  v.-.--.-  jZin^s-iri.'ji-:  -':.'"  B.C. Nurseries Company, Limited  Nuisiites at Sardls, B.C.    r     Head Ofllao: 280B 6ranwl..o St., VAMGOUVER  I ������*--*���������."'   ..'V-*.*-''';"'rrtf/' '.''���������- *'='..''.! ���������    '���������''''. ill,.   '-'   -7''.'���������..''  Men's,       Boys',      Cfiifdr^n's  A covey of Hunpnrlun paTtr'apfd  were seen near Moyle a few duyo ago  and it ie surmised that th<- bh-ns huve  come in from e.thet Alheita or Idaho.  Huge Revenue  FrcMtii Tiniber  FOREST ;!0fcW: MATERIA!,  I^DtJSTRIES HEAVY 1BUR-  DEN OF TAXATION  Compared With Other Groups  Shows- Dasproporite'fttate Nsa-  "  lure of Levies  It doesn't pay to pass judgement ..on a Svireater  wEile it is on display in the store.  Qtfility and inferior essentially alilce.   /    Z^ ;":  It'sjtftowZ$wiitki'''$6fa.'&i. Sweater that a "qoalit-|- prodijiet maMfeats itself;    Its  nimts;;''-^ntains your^' appreciation judgm^ii-fcpin^^opiime^  Our retfct^on tor seffi^ 9tylesh;rt:ppmo8t -yalpe is still  dominant. You'll aee the smartest offerings ef tbe seasonyhere, now.  11      ti     , -.,  Beveniie ^eoeivwl -tlireutHy . froin-  timber cTiiriVtif the financial year  endmg BCaron 31������t, lt.23, Isenenied  the BHti������hOohimI������3.A tmtumrs to'fthe  extent ol' $3,247,000'. .: Th at is to  .���������ay, in one year the: raw run Uriel  of the forest .ndtisttiea alone oon-  trltmted th.s enormous, st.m to the  Complete line of^ Pure Wool English Bliamk^tS  ,���������'���������;.:, ,,-���������-.',". ���������',.in.,,white,"and colors.    "*    "J" ' ,."l"K^;'  Vj.nwMnf!* **-"**-f������.i.*Ma������.  of   tin-* P'rcavlrkow.'1  , ...    .    ,_.   ...t   i    Bur3B|K'tl������eflatn������ period  $m\6i\Q,*  mff tu very elose on the h������������3������ of the W inoome U* w*������   paid   by   the'  hitherto ������_*������������������������,��������� districts of B.O.        oitl-eeni   of  British  Columbia,,   -of  Xn. addition to   permit ting   Hoo&l 1 whom a   oonaidembile   Biiumber arci  8B*U Ctflflflt!  Mai    waaaraaw {- -"  _:. *\-f^*'_/   .,*���������-^"^-'-'/,,.^-." '*-"---''���������".���������.;,: - -T'~  -*\y~-x-   -*V_-   '-*-~V;   %y   -*���������&* :'/.>-*   - l-  *       *.-'..  ���������*'        ' -                ���������*~  ~     *~       ~'_      _     I"-��������� '���������'       '"'  7 " -                            <���������'       "   "  '    "'        .   ---_> -  .."":  .   "-.'.   ",_'���������-,.      i   > ~~A    " -_ *-   *        . " ^ y  ._-."-   -*- '*        -   -^_*-   -   ._-_   -__-    "���������**���������  - 7'      <e "r    .*���������--    "   y- "   * -- 7      ������*-._."'-   .'*������_  _>'    * - _  -_ "  '   .-������- -  c  " S  .g-iawr-^^r    4^1 ���������ws-am^iami.rvnr     ar* m. mm m aia.j���������9  ��������� JL__JC< ? ,*l_._������jEM-5 _. WJW    JTfcJE, V JUS ���������?  &������������m���������SVmttm.  . "3. D.7_loore of KjukTo, general f-oad  foreman,was here yon an official-, vis*t  -"-isf saa-ptv~n&-&?.-uas ine *nreea.  m&KBnaZ a  *-t_ap;^^]r^t^swhp*te^-dfeyv" to-Sung up  & list ������>F needed pablic worka" for next  -_.--*-3-.  ��������������� j--i  " _.  ENQlMC-fSc  .ARCHITECT    ~ -*  T *     ~ *"{    *rSWRVEVOR"-- v * 7 '"T,  -'  year ter be included in the estiinates~to  be brought down at the neatTsession x>f  the .legislature.'*���������   '    -       "**"--kv ���������" - - > 7  -        *���������'--*-.        *���������--*���������  ��������� T. J. Crawford, who. has been a vis-  _fa__������-'-=___    s?������s_    __?is3"������������������������������.  ���������������������������*l   i*sv������_.������������������*,nr 1 '*"*T"'"_" "   jJIl^-"_r   -_-*" " " x"~~    ~IZ~.       _    ~r    .    ������������������ -r���������   *'*",r"~'*-lTlon*I-l Bramey.. *R.ne striven ias* Fii  ' Ontaricf for the  past  six   weeks," re������*J   ���������    --������������������  turned on. Sunday. ^S(e states thufc  Toronto's" big- fair baa a. total attend-  ance cf over one * million   and   a~~ half  ' ftli-.i-KHthl|-en Bradley,of Kin^ISd-  ^vas-S JVI.'.;Hi(-fh ySchool, Bii*i._inghamr  England; an^-Jiiildei^ of the Walter  Hi_eB-_*aige.scholarship, is a Crcsf on  visitor-at present   with   h������*r   brother,  -. - -f*_.  --'f-*>-5.  ���������4  ���������������������������������;���������>  ^^   ^ *.  ��������������� ^ ^  K������r  Pianoforte? Organ etna  :   Singing LSssons^ ^  tV  &*>������'*  J V        AHIHVRCOLLISrJCr^ion  .   - 7    "F.O. *ajr7tf *   --   saBlSr-siM"- ��������� MiiirBiSi.  i������cr--isi ������iwi������5"S towwgSf ������|55s ~SI���������%?  ,   "Meete__h_tb>HUHSD_nrof.  ^ jeach* moat&ruat -"M-M-cantile-* y  Halh-   ViBitlngliretn-rencordi-^-  day f Sdhi-'San -Francisc<>, - and. other  large    csitieit^f j-"-the   United ^tatfjs,  - where she*_jais b-������en studying*'the tidh-  **a������Otxarsvsta*mr^ She will retnrrr via  en 'route.  /*.."  .^^  -T.. -  t  *..   i������fr. x^m  ���������4  .1?   -i-  BEWS.DFMNTtEUIS  "���������-  *-  t  "v.*  pMd admissions this y^r~=-the MgfltesliC^ aaaiVii-itihR- the   principal .cities  attendance, on record. -"-    v _. -���������---'  7 C: O. Hodgers got bach irotn Crao-  brtiok on Thursday-Inst; "where hejbad  -beep attendfnge the-funerti! of theTlato*  **Mire. "Charles Sisr.pROU of IiUriibertoit,  forjmigrly o* Canyon Oity jw^*es*������-**ntil  about three years'- "ago 'Mr./Simpson  was'employed as." woods" foreman-by  C������ayon City "Lumber Compa'nyr      ~-  Aid. B*. H. SftcPhei-on .and C. 3.  Little < of--Cranbrook were -Creston  cjallers os Wedsie^ta?^ Crestossselso  had a-bnsiness visit'from _."!>. Oaven  of the BJiE^e^i-^f- at* -"i"*** t-nd -of the  week. 8i������ce "retiring" ,rfioni i-allroad  work Tom is no-w devoting^his-nbime to  -sciiing aotonjobiie ^reextihguishers.  all"-* invited.  BBIC OLSON, W.BIC  #  -****-  FORM OF  kVGTiCJE  -if* m _mnji  ������  KooteiTfi*E.y tcand "_Hs*rict>���������District1 of  _ TAKES,  NCMCBL that  I,   Burpee  Harding  Bentley* of  Creston," B.C-  occApation,    luniberman;. intend    to  -...apply for permitt���������on to purchase the  following ueseribed lands :, Comroenc-  "- ing at a post planted atjthe soujih east  ,     asgSeof Sublot<5of Xofc 4592, ������roupl,  -. ! thence southerly along^ thel westerly  ^boundary  of   the British TCoInmbia  -    Southern Bailway right, of way for *������r  distance br.������l chains -more or  lees,  " " thence due.westi to the easts batik of  - *��������� tjae OGat-Blver, tEss-,cs.*-3--!-??v]-isrSy ������"*"������g  7^, said east^bank of tjhe^QoatRivierto  ���������. _he sntersectioh- with - the south ^oim-  ^.��������� J������-^Sr*���������'*   "C-a-tTaE^l-^tVjjLtfe^- fl>*WiaA Jl****   _fc-4 CI**,    A-4Pk.������__1������  ^_Ci������|a. *   ������>*, i^uKJ������"iv"ir-^^ j0������x-_--a������-h^-7-^.*������at_* -������������������������*������/ w-or������ji|^  ���������: the said sooth boundary of Sublotefor.  ' -o:dSiitasee/o^oc*hainb---xore o_%lese-W  jthepoint of c6mmencemeii|,:aad con?  talasus^ lfiL5iser_e*ssss*e''or- feis^. ~  Anf-post was ^ji^tibabiy the .wettest.  iJ'onth of the -. name eifJerienceeT "for"  many years pastj the -t<������tal wimfall'he-  ing^alniost three ^inchesrr^a'*0 to -be"  %_act7 The hottest touch was on the  "^"f"_2t__'w"heei it was 88 in ���������4ne shade, and  on "the 30th' we came   within" one   de-  :-     ���������������-._���������    --       .   - ^    .."���������-    "������"      "> r_  gree oi nariDj; iitrer,   use -*ii������*r-Burjr *B������������**  bog to 33"tha���������,n.orning..- * r ~-  *������������������>    -   ^.-- ������������������������-*- .-- ^*   -*t,^  * Al  Rodeback, who .moved into Ores-  ton front,   fitayfhond.   Alta.." abont   a  yearago, andJb-|������T,bi?eti< livibg_ ���������������n the  -Ta^mbley^n^.'pji-ssed-a^iy on Sat.  tttday nighe^ fw������ni -pardlytic strokt^I-se"  _������*fifered alniqst thwse weeks *gov The'  .lic^zy.was fe^en:"back-tb Bky-eus.aci for  Jbi .ria! 'on Sandt^v .Mrs. RodebTvck nc-  comba���������-vin2-thtr*li:eMiaiTOr.     "      .  TIMOTHY HAY-4this year's crop  ,J_l-.^eS M. ______ l__r"       * t*j������m*mZ   Z~    m������ ���������K*  ess.j ftlfejLTSaa_WH_riT--"a ssCjs_- As_aaga_li,  BUDE JOINT and _AX_>Al*FAjalso in stoekL  _3.5u5S'^S"__'l,!  1  Bt;RB__EEARDU*rSE__?^rJL__Y,  Dated _Ti|ly"J4VlS24;    -^ - Applicant.  ���������mm%  The first car <if lonse_ apples to be  shipped ���������"^���������omy^restph-j-fcAtion >was  loaded-out oii^Jroesdny -"by. _ Creston  ^ros*"ersrl_!_S5t^l. billed fits .Swlt Cu^->  4**^nt, SaskA;' Thiswasra-straight"<-ar,V������f -  ^VealthyBi"' 'Shipment, of luose, applet?  fjrota. the Okanagan shows .st-*^"e*T*Hled  sficrssss over last year, -this - beih^ the  ^rst season cWealthys have gone out-in  ^ik. -' _.;"/'" ���������:  "    ���������:~*" ,'"-  f"!..' Br'^teplesgoty'back" on Fs*iday  innai-us^ies"'visit af* the coast, re-  turning" via Calg-try and JLethbridger  .Whilstlh the iatter.C������-ies -he made' an  ' Of the ?30|f. tons of ore received at  Trail sm^ter^tJieJast week in August^  856S tons^of^it jvere from the smelter  companies trwa: mine8_.  '      - -*- t~ "  ^- * ^    "*"  - An eighteen^.montfiis*- extension policy has-^ust.. been put An ft������rce"* at the  Trailjsnielfccr, and amongst the en-  ������ar^e_uvnt&kwill- bsFltJO tons dailj^ addi-  t.i-.ria-l capaciti-fJEbr the lead refinery.      fi-  T._������ USiaesf statesthat over_00aastsst-  fitua outside* points patronized * the  ftoBsliiucI tourist camp i������_rer the I������ibor  .Day \veekend.   The town   hoteis*-had.:  to put oii extra   effot-t  to  huuse  the  Visitors'.'-.-"I::, j "**"_,   -  After .paying all central and. selling  cnarges j^_*nvicSi,������ gri'wcio wmi Si*<*t SOJ  t5������S5^srt'rp<s3S2i^"s������zi JBi������g _������������������_-\L5___ihert  chefs-ies ^kis ywsr. On" Black Tartar-"  istns the nett-is7^ cents, and six cents  on-R������������yal Annes. -y   .  Tlie Scatidanavian BroLherhood vof  EaKt "Kootenay has just been org-m-  ;izedwith^t*KeiSi*_- sneiet^s hcadqnart-.  ers at Cranbrook, aii������i it is- expected  others will be forined during the'fall  and winterer    -*���������  " '   *" **'  -llf|. TC������k������sp plant is short of power  and for the next -ixl y da-yi* household  e������* must stwc^off p*������rch^!ights"and_not  n&e electric ^Trons or -.other cuVi'eiit  osin^ devices between" 6,. and 1ft p.m.  tfeity^Sunday 4ncludedU--<^r  l_.9t wee*t.a_ii>itt 50" Peirnte residents  -������-ifcrt art-gj^-|S������,'a.M^jjii^ ?os* electric litsht  iiadf fchejeiectrscity shni?- t������ff on Iheiii  until such time as they "pay-up/wbeh  another SZ^fH lhave _*������-__* "put' up to  have the'**juice" tni-hed oil.  * *-   _    ^ -���������ot- -*"-������- v  Kakii**p u*���������������;oi trade lias Just been  ins* rwtnenXi|l<Sif securing ^00   feet^ <)f  2 inch hosk^gdH. stso_ter for ihe>town"-*������  AU the best bakers agree PURITY-FLOUR m*skes the  hest Bread.    U&e i������ in ss$l y&ur imkitig  BuriiB' Idealr Beef Scrap/Poultry Bosi-?^ahd*-Staiida!i*d Fertilizer.  SALT.        OYSTER S_E_B1__L..;>    BARBED "v7IRE.  &m.  I  11101*6-1 s if gpa if Mi  -i --- -- * r*      -^^a���������* ***-*��������� .li *r7'7'-     -:__L_  will fit preserft-tvrjfe wheels  and*-rini.  Pot a set, on youiv rearf whieels  and note  the difference.iri   the  - riding qualities of-^orar cair.  . W_*^/,ffl8?e them in stoek* "~~  i\  \  / -  ���������   PA-E-CMtPTlONS  s 7.VaU������!_st.^y:__^S������*ri'_-l. ^^ourvej-od,  Orcwn Icuida may-Ac pre^ompted-by-  -_rttttth:srabj-ct-r wimr 18 years ot e������e������  and bytaaensron.decOa-ias: tntentlon  *o jsecoine^Bftftsb   subjects;   condl-  tlooJBl   "open 4-'������Sidonce,    occupation,.  and   imnrovwnwttt   for*. agricultural  purposes. ,f -J     \>   ' - ^  . r   .  ..  H-ull informat-caoi coneernios* rearu-"  .fetless, TesarSlssr   pre-iptaiptlons    Is  SlVeinte BuUetln No. X. Land SertoS,  ������������������How tc\Pi������-emj't'l_aa������V' ccples^o."**  Whieh can be obtallied.free ot cha-rse*  by addressing-   fhe^ '-department iCfy  i__ad������. Vtotorla, B.C er to easy <Sov-  ernment Asent. -** ^' ,,^;-  neoorda will be granted coverins .  only land suitable for, agricultural^  purposes, and which Is not timber-  land, U*u carrylnij:.over 5,000 board  feet per acre westot tJ_ejOKM*_ian������e-  and 8,000 feet per a!cre east of that  Ranflro.  *APpU_mtlo-ui for^prA-cmptlons are  . to be addressed to- tho ������__nd ���������Com-~  miasloner of tfie Land "Rec^rdins T>\ ��������� -  vision. In which the land applied for-.  " 1a situate-, andave made on prlntsd  -forms, cobles of whlchr-can bo ob-  tapuea.from the l������n-r Commissioner.  Pre*������anptlons mu_t tMToecupied tov^  five 3reen--������u-_ tmproveinento made  to..volu������ of ^10 per. acre, ifrcludlna  olearlng end culttvatlwr at least ftvo  acres, Before a Crown Grant con be  rcoslveG. .���������        If       ,  ,  '   "For tnore detailed Information boo  th^    BuiloUn    ."How-, to ^Pre-empt.  l_Mid.M   - '  .     .        - - v  _.  t -PURCHASE  *4(-PPUcatl*>ns are .-waived for "pur-  ohase    of   vacant ^and    unreserved-  Oown-lsnds.  not betuv tlmberlSnd.  for aerltiultumd purposes;  minimum  price ef fh-t-chits (arable) land is 19  p������r ftcrc, emit, e^cond-ct&sa xcrrasiner)'  '   lond_$8.B0 por acre.    ������,urt&er���������ln!,cr-  matlon rosiwdlne -purchase, or l������c������~  of Crown lands Is etven.tn Bulletin  No. 10, X-usd Berier, .**Puroha������e fund  l-eoso of Crown I_ena**,"  ���������  Mil), factor*.,) or Induatrla'l.altM on  timber brad, -not exoecdln-r #0 aft-foot  _n__j- bs purchased or leased, ths conditions "   "Includhifl"   .... payment      of  stumpsge. - ^a-**-���������  HOMBSITB   LEA8E8     ""'  .  I    Un������urv������y������ati ������*<������% uwi. ������**4m������uu'-U������ ������$  acres,, may ' be  leased as homeolt _o,  t-nottdttlonal* upon   a  dwalllns   belnH  orsoted In the first year.-title being,  obtslnablo^aftor r**ld������n������eyand  Im-.-  provem������nt < conditions   are    fulfills-  and ISnO-has been survoyvd.  LEAoee  "Uynt gra������lns ������nd   lndiutrl������3    pur-  A^ZmZ^mXzs* ==t^5__=s--^l=s *-i^ eere-  j.LiUj i/*i 2v*.i������t..������ 4u>^ &*_������ jp.ri-d.Ti cir "  coYApany,    -~~- *-  ORA2INO  Undwr the 'airsalng Act the Prov-  Inos Is-dlvtO-dl into orastn-r dlatrlcti  an<S ti������u ranjie aamint������cer������hu aia,d_r -.  Orstrsnar       Oomrr.lB**lont**r.       Annum  4ir������_s!ng; porsntts are Issued biuuid on  numbsrs ranssd, -priority- being stv������n  to MU-blliihod own������r������ &toc0a--awa(>i-  (-nay - form '. s_M������ooUUon������    for * -. ranse  i.������.w������.^���������^^..m^, , ^.... *������������������..   ������: ,,, ������. -   ��������� - -.  pwrmlui are avtUlabl*   for    ������*tt1������'r������,  naumcMkm wnd ',i_t������t%������ll������rs, . up l-a t������n  hosd-.''  Hl������ n_tulB<r;  o-.her.2G0_fei  i      .*-      ^. *<������������������������������  * -.-**���������--  n<u*i-t������  ���������!i-^_ii-_5_.  ---���������������_-���������������������-*-* ...a-  ���������m #    BC*. tHf*        *������������e"������i  "WealthysJJhat xx,e>i-h then ������os*r sale the;  *���������.-.  *->���������'-    ^       ., _i>^        "  VKanagan' appse ���������??****   rnivysnars  thanxhe Creston" Wealthye.  !  OGILVIE Goods itri dependable  fs h;iatthe"ph*ce-"will ha ve  ena_MejT7**ioIiii������s������c'h. **alaas*s_ ^���������eshy  i a-     - **V3 * *" ^^i 'k",^*_.^ T r? ",--";- "v  bttilding-In. t>e- iilace.    -    "'        ' ^  YThteXoa_ol>-__?Jchesrri^8'-froni Krfslo  that made siietfat hit nt, the British  Empire Exposition at'Wembley, England, last nionih iwere**f������ipped -wrapped  in paper, ^hiitai-^dsiie 'were waxed, and  others, packed^ in floar~the l������*tt������-'r ar.  riving justa little.drier^thanthe othere-  It isn *t. so much what you Hay  as what you actually get .'lor  the money expended. - *  -*  '"-*"'_ -*"**'   i "    * - - "C-  . This applies particularly tp  .a--"*?-*  ^i _ _  aw J-       -a. -     J     "-������ -.**��������������� ~~t. __-  ^JTI_t**2-������#%J,a_^'-*^^t_  MEAT MERCHANTS  - v  In a big carload of Ogilvie**,  products tinToaded this week -  we have a big*"ehipment* of  Qhojpts.*;,, TKese cost -a little  more than the ordinary sort  but when you aee them-and  feed a Rack of them you will  he sure to   appreciate  the  fact'that Ogilvie*!. are well-,  worth the few cents differ-.,  (.pec in priOc.  r^**S, *T    * SSBmmmm  -*���������   ' . ..-" ."������������������������������������  Jacksons  . Fruit Cernpisy  Lethbridge, Alta.    .  All Growers wno are inter-  ested in skipping Frvits," fife,,,  to os, geijtt touch with our  local representative, Mr. P.  TMUSCQTT, Creston. He-  member, "results count."  CANADIAN" ",-.:���������'.'  ,*���������'.;': .PAC-i-nc-.  General Change in  ' m        -��������� ������3' m    "  S   ft3������81"_if-     '^g&'wlw-'li^-Jdai  11   5 <UB.&���������fi     etaaP'C'A   V a*P--'4-a  t       .  . ������ T  Effective Sunday, Sept. 14  ^w_a_������_a   ^_^C/_5>_^^  ._".-,',_   _���������-_���������'* ~-5^i_.n ecnhoniical dish."easy to serve^y  Shamrock BraruaHAM^ BACON and  GLENDALE CREAMERY BUTTER  G(>v,^&'^SB5etTt graded, IhiKhest ejuslily_   -  FRESH and CURED.FISH  m *\y   -* ~.   all varieties., t���������. --  Choicest BEEF, PORK, MUTIVON; VEAL* LAMB  "iByRNsrmkALPouLmYJFOGh  increases egg"prodiH*tibn and produces batter poultry.    Buy the best.  JL ii������   .  Saving  Saving is oasy���������It Jwit tftk������������ a  little determ-natto-a to $������t th*  liabit.     --   ' _ 7  If you -will only determine to  save a certain cam eotiht "vreolc,  ������tS&dl  8ti-& tO yOtUT 9Q6Ol*fi0si IlS "S'  Gurpiiatx-gly jhort "-Into tft<*ir������  will be a uubfiC-t-ktU-l muii to  your! credit. Try Itt Opoo a  Savings Account at thlo mlmk.  410  IMPERIAL-- BANK  C "C7. AIXAN,  OF. C-^JMAllA.  CRE^row branch;  jyggn  JME������9*������������������*r������  .. *r-,  LS&M &inrf Haairy  --.V-^N-k mmY^mmW -MM-h-flN-K-Wtk HMHl  * u-  ^   New Stock of  HarYiess  TIMES for TRAINS at OKE8TON  nnd !_ilI0K������3ON will be :  WWfrot- nd���������Daily.  Brlekeon, 8.II p< m.   Oi-eaton, 8.22 p. m.  Eastbound���������Daily  Erickaon, l_.i50 p.m.    . Ornatnn, 12.35.  ��������� PacifloTime.  \_--*j__is^_7S.ci-wir  /-  Second Hand Store en  cenfiecriora    .   .  ^  Si^M^B^B^t^Sr e^r S^SF  ^__^ ^^s^^^^  aK^"_B_T___[__r_^"r^5_a __b BLW JBBr  2j noc ejj-fles jrMawmcoo s���������ep>tMiT9jnifs  TBANS-OAWAPA LIMITED, flos,-?  and 8 between Montreal, Toronto and  V������������)<.niav������--r. will bo withdrawn.   Last  tiwiu K.ivco ***-eh of   th,-"-*-*   -*oHt"   on  Slnptomber 18th.  THE MOUNTAINEEK, Trains Nos.  13 and 14, between Chic*-go nnd Vancouver, have beep withdrawn west of  mu-iw J.-.V7, Ocsncc-Esas, tit -Moose  Jaw from and to "St. I*i.ul with Trains  Npn. Land 2. ;, -. - : ,.y.-.,  .,- ��������� a >.;.*-/,-::;. ",,-  For further pttrtictilurB apply to: any  Ticket. Aw*������nt. "      .'-.���������-���������.-.     7 ., '.  ^-:j.''E.*.P_10C}TOU.    ."'���������''  DiHtrict Pa-senger  Agent, Calgary.  SEJJF-1NDTJIX5BNCE Is ad-nift*  acd to bs,a -Sgs** 'of **'weak^ and  _BelMcnial o������ a Btrong character*  Are f*o������ bulldi_-i8 up both your eh***  ibccer and your Savins* Bank account  by thou_S_-_u~ _coHM������ul_a suad the -ae-  poeito-sill yciMur turp1u������ wages each.  payday. ������*  aoTaVr _-"^iyt| ^,'MIIWI*  aS_ {������������-** IM  OL  MMHIW.  THF   OAlKTATVIATsI   AATSITC  JL JTlJCaV    V^XXJL^X^JL^JLIrlJLN     JDlr___.^l JEV.  Or^CX^MMERCE  1 ***  nan;___)!. nniniM  a������i<ia,ii.iini m  "SBSSS  mm  HMWWaMlWWWmHHHWMUam  Mj^mmmmwmM   lilllWf* THE   REVIEW, ." CRESTOX.   B.    C.  V:  A Weekly? Mail  To  Alaska      I War Upon Cancer  ig good.  ft,   use  Folks who want the^very  RED ROSE ORANGE PEKOE  _-S  Railroad    Makes   This   Possible    For  ,     * .    ,F������r_t Time Since 1893  Residents  of the^Yukon River are  receiving  a  weekly  mail  service  for  [the first time since 1898, during the  j great- gold rush of the Yukon.      The  Alaska Railroad has made this poss-  ... - ^ -. --.  iDie. ,     _   ,  A .train" leaves Seward,.oh the Gulf  of Alaska of the Pacific ..Ocean, and  winds /its. wait to Nenana,  400 miles  north of the interior. , At Nenana the  mail is  transferred    to    government  steamers whieh~run von    a    weekly  schedule down the Tanana   River    to  I Fort Gibbonon the~$.rukon River. From  theca-the boats ply the Yukon-to Holy  Cross, r 400    niiles    from the river's  mouth.-      ..  "   c'_  ���������From Holy Crogp the Northern Com-  pierclal  Company operates a'fleet of  launches, to Nome, and St. Michael, on  the Bering Sea coast, and Innoko and  Idttarodvon the  Innoko  and  Iditarod  rivers' iu the" interior.  <-W -*  Fighting   This  Progress   ts   Made .In  Dread Disease- "- / 7-  ViceT-Chancellbr - J. G.. Are-mi, r oi  Liverpool University, formerly of. Hc-  jGill University, Montresi, in -a*state-'  ment declared that research -work at  the university had reachedythe stage  where it was possible to effect the dls-  appearance of s*bme, if.not-al-i internal  cancers.      -    -*- r ��������� '  - - The, vice-chancellor also announced  that .research, work in connection with  foot and mouth disease had a"_"*anced  to a point' where, it- .was possible, to  predict that ������i remedy for the disease  would soon be found.    "-  M__ _ere_!  ^7_^7^E__yE_____  United.  States^anJ tlie League of Nations  ,. ��������� _ :     *__. v   , -, -."  A proposal for a national referendum on the question ofjthe United States  entering the "League of Nations has come from the. platform committee of.tli^  Democratic National Convention, and should the "Democrats carry the elections of members to'the -Senate and House of Representatives, the proposal for  eucb a referendum will undoubtedly be vigorously urged.  * Tlie League of Nations is only four years old, but tSere is already included in" its membership fiftyj-five nations representing more than three-quarters  of the area and population of the world., "Only eight countries are still outside the League/namely,.the Dominican Republic. Ecuador, Afghanistan,  Mexico, Russia, /Turkey, Germany and the United States. With the signing  oi* the Treaty of Lausanne, Turkey announced her- intention of applying for  membership, and Germany will rio doubt be admitted as soon as the present  abnormal economic and political situation is settled. Russia is antagonistic  sind at present ineligible due to her peculiar political constitution.  Playing-the game of party politics in the United States kept that country  out of the League, notwithstanding the great part taken by the.late ex-President Wilson and his colleagues" in~drafting the League Covenant. There has,  however, always been a strong sentiment in the United States in support of-  tfcte League of Nations and favorable to membership' and active participation  in its work by ther United States. That* sentiment lias been "kept alive and  developed by the League of Nations Society in the- United States, and "by  powerful public men, news papers, and organizations.  The laige measure of success^jchieved by the"-Lea^ie during Hie past  four years has also _iad its effect in convincing thousands of people who, in  the United States, as elsewhere, were spinewliat skeptical that-an"international  organization could be created, maintained and be made effective based-' on a  mutual understanding of international, co-operation and goodwill and to  achlev,e international-peace and,security. To many- the.idea seemed visionary  'too Utopian,_and altogether impracticable.,.       -""..'  However, in a space of time actually shorter than the Great "War, the  League o������ Nations has been successful in'settling three disputes which-other-  wise would almost certainly have resulted, in wars; causedWthe cessation of  hostilities between Poland and Liltiuania*- stopped a war actually in progress  , between Yugo-Slavia and -Albania, and, through the'instrumentality ofjthe  Permanent Court of International-������������������Justice'-.established by the League, settled  a serious dispute between Great^Britain and France.  The League saved Austria from" bankruptcy afed lias established that  country firmly on the way to prosperity, thus preventing further trouble in  Europe which inevitably would have followed tue break-up of that country.  It Is now engaged in similar work for Hungary. ' -*"*  Through its International Labor Bureau, which consists of representatives of Governnients, employers and employed, the League Is improving industrial conditions by raising the standards of labor uniformly throughout  tlie world, thus removing the old excu_e that labor conditions cannot be im-  WHf*i YOUR  TUDAftT    BC  i Mi.vmi    ������o  cadi:  ���������JUUL  Ttret-    j^c  ht cut. of~ business, a -v^cle  family not of "good honest folks, but  Corns���������sore^ troublesome corns that  sting and -bite."     Putnam's Corn "Ex-  for corns, it never  where. ~~  fails',"   25c   every-  "  ���������  7    British Boys For Ca-iada*  Fifty^boys. sailed recently ^_on tho  steamship Regina for,Canada, where  they will find^-positloris, on^'farms.  Their departure forms,- f>art_ of th������  ^cheme to train 1,000 boys at the Had-  leigh farm- colony of the - Salvation  Arm-j.. ln-Lohdoja... "T_e7boy__ were  urged, by General Bramwell Booth to  reproduce in the land -.of "their adbp-  "- } w -    *        J *s^  tion all that waa best in?'the'thoughts  vand traditions ,oJ_. the ^motherland.  EnjoyecL Visit To   B.C.  xi   ju-������y   un   imiy   a  slight cold now ���������  just a tickling in the  throat.  But little colds  soon grow large and  dangerous. Often  they become chronic.  Special   Service  Sqadron   Entertained  ^,70,0033 Visitors During Stay-in  -v,ari&Gyv5r  __.  , The three cruisers of .-the special  service squadron ' entertained ^O.OtXO  visitors during their'" 10-day ' stay    in  ^Qrf. the '-last-day.  develop  catarrh and  end in consumption.  Catarrhozone       is  the       remedy.     - It  draws    inflammation  , land soreness out of  the throat.      Relieves the cough, cuts  out the phlegm, makes breathing easy,  kills any germ, lodged in the mucous  lining of the-throat or lungs.  3&y using CATARRHOZONE INHALER now and again you keep ^b^H dred o_  passages free from germs, and thereby prevent, coughs and colds. Get  the Dollar outfit, it lasts two months;  'small size 50c; sold by druggists. ������te-  fuse a substitute- for Catarrhozone.  j_y mail from The Catarrhozone Co.,  Montreal.  ewre   Attack  Of Heart ^Trouble  Was Uelieved Byv  MILBURN'S  Heart and Nerve Fills  Vancouver liarbor������,  close ,to 3,300 childrbn alone were taken over the" shipp. - "Vice-Admiral Sir  Frederick. Field^saidr "We have"' all  immensely enjoyed> our visit to _Brlt-  ish Columbia. Both officers^ and jueri  have been absolutely, overcome -with  the- kindness and "hospitality of the  people, and  impressed  prospects of the country." Two liun-  the visiting sailors" were' en-  vtertained" July*-5 in New Westminster"  and Cloverdale, the day's programme"  including the inspection of logging  cainps.* s  have been  tremendously  with   the   resources    and  Something   else    to   worry   a"bout:  ,, Does   a  horseradish ��������� belong    to     the  "  animator tb the vegetable kingdom?   -  ������ "-     _  The  Ke4-  k Drivete Aathnrs^ Li^e-lVlaaSc.  immediate help- from Dr. J. D  logg's Asthma Remedy seems. like  magic." . Nevertheless it is only a natural remedy used in a natural way.  The smoke or vapor, reaching ' the  most remote passage of the affected  tubes, brushes aside the trouble and"  opens a way for fresh air to enter. It  is sbld by dealers throughout the land.  Use Miller's Worm Powders and  the battle against worms is won.  These powders correct the morbid  conditions of tbe" stomach which nourish worms,' and' these destructive  parasites cannot exist after they, coine  in contact with the medicine. . Tlve  worms are, speedily evacuated with  other, refuse from the bo*A*fels. .Soundness is Impartea,to the .organs and the  health of. the child steadiiy improves.  A philosopher is one who realizes  that the people who have the things  lie wishes for are no happlefthan lie.  Mr. ; S.    E.    Barnes. Athens,*" Ont.a  5vTi.tes*.���������".'our years ago I had a very  severe   -attack ,, of heart" trouble.      I  consulted my doctor;" he -treated ms  for some time, but I only -seemed to  be getting worse.      I finally went to  ourv   druggist   and    purchased    three*  bop-es^-of  "Milburn's  Heart and Nerv*>-*  Pills and  derived    immediate    relief  from '"their -use,  and^ I can" ff uthfully"  lay they are a -wonderful medicine.   X  always keep a .box on hand, and if I  feel out of sorfs I take a -st?? pills and  feel al^ right again.1"      * "*   '  * Milburn's Heart and Nerve PHIs aro  50c a box at all.  dealers, >pr   mailed  direct    on - receipt of price by The T.  Milburn Co., Limited, Toronto, Out.  ���������  The appx.pf; futility:. Asking a  man "Why?"   ' - " "J '  wo-  cheapness  Worm* '--Exterminator  "Brother' Graves"  *The  ._���������_._���������__    puts" it    -within  reach /of all,>and it "can be got at any  druggist's. -  ' .  , After a desperate struggle a sea  monster, IT feet-long, 12 fegt ih girth,  weighing something like4rwo tons, was  captured at Simons town. South Africa.  Heart Disease Not So  Common As Is Thought  proved in one country because of the lower standard prevailing in other countries in competition with it. ��������� *   -,   -  "'" Action taken by the League stopped the extension and ravages of tb-;:  plague of typhus which threatened to overrun all Europe." The League secur-  -ed the liberation of half a million prisoners of war held in. Russia long after  hostliitles  had  ceased...    It  is  waging  an  organized  world-vv'ide  campaign  against the opium and drug traffic, as well as for the suppression of the traffic ih women and children.     It is engaged in scientific researcli and campaigns  for ihe prevention of disease, and wherever a danger spot of plague arises  there the League concentrates its good health forces. ,  The League of Nations' is the greatest existing agetfey doing practical  work for the reconstruction of the shattered nations oC Europe, upon trie  rehabilitation of which depends the security and prosperity of the world. It  U i^e one existing- human agency carrying in itself the hope of all peopiea  for the maintenance of peace, and the ultimate disarmament of the nations.  U is carrying on thin work at a yearly cost not more tliatt the upkeep of^one  first-class modern battleship.  The Gr-'fu War cost Canada over one and one-quarter billions "of dollars.  not to mention the still more tragic loss in .human life, iu bodf/es e-ippled and  shattered, in unioldagonies of human suffering. T.he after-cost of the war to  Canada this year will be ,$56,729,400, or over one million dollnrs a week. On  tlio other hand, Canada's contribution to the* upkeo^of the League of Nations,  the only existing human agency capable of preventing war, will bo only $193,-  68!*}, or less than .our thousand dollar'* a week. That la our national insurance premium against war.  These things are having ihelr effect on t.lin people of the United States,  anrl If rhe League Ihsuc' could only be separated from party politics In our  Bister Republic, Ihere Is Utile doubt whnt the verdict of the popple there would  h->. Hence the plan of a national referendum la to be wolcomed. In tho  ^meantime, as the only North American member of the League, it ds Canada's  duty nnd prlvJlogc to Interpret tlio League to our nel-.l-ibor.*- to thr*- poitHi, nr\(\  in their Jntercourae with United States' clllrzona, whether pergonal bv in Iheir  buslnesrt relationali'li'i-, Canadians- should atrive lo promote''sen Union I favorable to the'League of Nations, and hIkow very cl*-ar1y tliat they ������re looklng  fot-ward hopofully to tho day when flio r."nl*.<*d Srn������*>.<* will o������*r������ii->y |tn'rlfthtfu'l  placo in the brotherhood of naiiona, and in that loiuj-drc-anntd-of Pftrlhimnnt  of Man repreaented by the Council and Assembly of, the- Lfagiim of Natlonn.  Main Cause Is Rheumatic Fever, Says  Dr.  Park*r*B>n,jSreat  London  Authority \  There is a world of good cheer and  encouragement to those"who imagine  they have, or have "Keen told they have,  heart disease, in the emphatic declaration  of Dr. John  Parkinson,  of London, England, in his ���������address to the  general gathering  of    the    Canadian  Medical. Association   in ^"annual ...convention- in    Ottawa.-     Dr.    Parkinson,  speaks with the authority of experi/  ence for he is physician In charge, of  tTte  cardiographic  depai'triTt-nt; of the  London    hospital,    physician   to    out  patients of the National' Heart Hospital, and visiting eardiographist to the  ministry of pensionay7'-:;;''y7''y'.v':   ._ ��������� '��������� ���������  Dr. Parkinson, stated  tliut a great  ���������* -  Esi  GHILBREK CRY FOR "CASTORiA"  pscial!/ Prepared for Infants and Children of All Ages  wIit-* rftromrw-Ma-rf ��������� If.       Th*.' l<fnel yt������i%  havo alwayu bought bears nil.tinturt", of  Mother t *Wa("'ch������r*# Cs-ifort* hat  been in uwe for over 30 yeurst u������ a  nl������������������MJ,������it, h���������������-m1e������i������ fti'bsa'Uuto for  Castor Oil. Parogorlc, Teething Drops  ���������nd Koothlng Syrups. Contnln������ no  narcotic*:. Proven rtlr-������-%t1on-i ar������ oa  sich    Dsckago.        Phyalcians    evorj"  range of troubles are'placed under the  heading, of heart diseased wrongfully.  There are many alleged causes k*of  heart dl3ea3i., such as,nervous; strain,  and so on. which do. not really cause  permanent damage io'tim.Jieart. "The  athletic heart." like (iho 'strained heart,  i3 a myth, and tho7vtobacteo smoker  may go blazing ahpiid with tho full  knowledge that l;obacco has nothing  to do with heart disease.    -  Dr. Parkinson ������states, emphatically  that the*evldonco of tobacco causing  pormanent disease', of tho heart is  vory small indeed. It is easy to; show.  that the early repqrtcd ensos were  due to Honi/3thing elbe. Smoking bas  a alight olifoict In increasing the heart  rate and raising the blood pressure,  but this occurs during actual smoking  and for Romotlim.- afterwards. There  t-- nof-finrt ovlilonc- 4hnt It enunet. p'������r-  mnnoni Injury to iho heart.     ���������  The main cause.'of heart disease,  according lo thU eminent' Britiah au-  Ihoiliy, Ih rheumatic foverj and audi  compinintH as pnlpttaiion, uiaizlnes-H  and falnllnK vcaknoMa need not neceK-  uuiily give an linprcaalon that heart  (IIhimihc In preMont.  ���������V  The nvernKc-Blred Cab ndinn fsmlly's potato luill ta  S2R.0Oe.year. Thut wnrrentB tbe uftoof n epi-clal poL  Here it la.   Tlie BMP Potate Pel,   Tho itlcal thing-  TiH .w"th water through the Bjjbut'w'tliout removIh|f  cover. Note lu. w tho handle lpcluthecovcrei... You  can drain off wnter leaving potatoes nieiilynnd dry  without flpill.iig potntoes or Hcaldlni. hands, Selllnur  at low pnaibs in UaifdwaBC and -'general stores. TNdto  ,'   tine tra<3o aiHt&irl- fl>n tlio.pt. ft.'' Kc o_re yett grct  IVllnard'M Linlmsnt  H*iil* Cuts  W.    N.    U.    1533  mm  Clenna _*aal������v  ttM.1" lCrt.urtfled Wuro  lima) a very liard,  ���������mootli ������urlMC������, Ulcn  yuur i>c������t ctiiiui, wnrl Iu  u������ ea������y to cli-mti. lie.  Kjulrca tio ttte-d m-i>o1  or apcclal clpan������VrB.  Alwuya clrui., nwc_t,  ���������r������e from taint und  oclora.- Tlie������ii_i_eleai  -Wrtiaa lie IUKB.  mmmmummmm  ' '"  naa.-.,      ������a 1.1 .���������'    .:>   a������.,i"  'am-,i ,.,������������������..,.... ��������� .-. m.  aiii.iru   Ukll^ftt^u.   *(;������.������������    f.iaaw,   i.mi/  w^%tl  ���������rmey en-im������L Innlil** ������nd out. ni*monil W*r������������ thrmm  e-tanta, llfrl-t Mur -tand -vrhlta outnlrla. wMUa llnlnj..  Crystal War*, thr������������ coata, pura whit* laald* ana  tout, <wlili ttoyikt Illu������ *HJi.uii<. ,,,  ���������"���������-an.  t>afp>������.������t*   0������������n,  aMk...,  *,*aa������������,"ttaK���������  ������iW.w.>iiv(.., 'Wl'^.^  ���������"biirnlw. Tcmoma ��������� wim������ip_������.  KmHOMio-i   w/Mcanjwm ca&xja������������-  rm  HW  / iV-  r*  "Uo  Laiiadian Engineer  Has Pis  --.-.*_    ^  %Tb ^fsike Seaports In Tliis  - Heart   Of  Tlie ��������� Gontment  Ocean-going, steamers before loftg  may sail up tbe St. Lawrence, through  the Great Laikes and.toto theybeart of  ^Westcra'-CaiU'da. reaching *ip'jev-,t__a--  r-_U-e*?;lSy.*$oi-l-g I&ke ..Superior end  Lake "of "the Woods"%to pnebig jiea,  "ov-sr the waters of an artificially created .sixth great lake*;        ~*"      /     ��������� *" -^  6 flier sblps can" go* up the Mississippi, up Lake Michigan   and   across  Lake    Superior"  andj    too, reach the  sixth lake.        . '  ,       r.    ���������  The project, which would create this  siifth lake, would, make possible tb.e  generation 6f avastamount of hydroelectric puwex** and -would restore the  lakes to the water level. of 50 years  ago*- T   * , **--."'  NaturaB Resources Bulletin  h  -And the post?r    It Is estimated at  $5',pbo,opo. " ~ "    -���������"-  This -tremendous undertaking is th������  idea., of" RaLph Keemle. CanadIan engineer,'.who ^bas spent-almost a lifetime studying the water-dotted "_ec-'  tion of Canada between Lake Superior  and* Hudson's -Bay. Sit Adam Beck,  chairman of the Ontario Hydro Electric  Powe^Co.rrfmissIon. is considering the  project'1,    * -_ - ' _-  " An^area as large as Lake Erie can  furnish the basin for"thefsixth great  lake. j>ays_Ke'emle. Intp_th������s basin,  north ot Lake Superior, can be diverted the waters that now flow into Hudson's Bay. -  C_pjtal   Is   Meeded   For the" Development Of Our Mines and Other   "  Resources  The-Natural Sesources .Intelligence  Service ������f the .Department of the Interior at-Ottawa says:      y        <  In speaking to the x_.en-.berB of the  New York Bankers' Association,_whicli  met in Montreal recently. Sir Henry  Thornton, president of the Canadian  National Railways, called attention to  the great natural resources of -Canada  that awaited the ".necessary capital for  their development and a*"������vised the  bankers to" study these resources.  -In thus ^speaking-to United States  .bankers. Sir Henry dSd not seed to  Include iCanadiaQs   generally.   There  *>  are many -thousands of people, how  Yoptk Of Britain's Colleges  Are -Becoming Interested In  Farmu&g ^U^re^rs xn^^aiiacia  ���������t  r  Canada may anticipate from now-on  a more or less steady stream of the  finest product of' the' public schpols  and colleges of the British Isles to the  Dominion.      This is the consensus ol  opinion as expressed by those "best ap- r specialize_-edttca:l<m. , The masters  priced, of the situation���������the Jiead-Lof these various colleges welcomed the  masters of these schools-    ���������    ���������     -  to the advantage-, of agricultural training in Canada, but. in turning the  minds of many others towards the opportunity -Canada offers In other lints  'of-her national derelonmefit to men of'  ever, .whose actual bread and , butter  deperid upon Canada's natural- resources, who give no consideration  whatever to the basic raw materials*  which our ,natural" resources provide-  Our lands, forests, waterpowef s, mines  and-'flsberies are- back vof all industry, and Sir Henry, as head of a great  railway system recognizes that it- is an  the development or tbe '3_a������ural resources^ of Canada that the-success cf  Canada's railways ������aud* her - rarmers,  her artisans, her commercial and b_-  d-frstrial interests and  her  people -'in_-  DR. FRED^T_3RRANCE  -former veterinary director-general of  Canada, wfao;died suddenly ia Guelph  "whileHsitttng at the wheel of his auto  mobile.  /.  ,^2  The Priqe Of Wheat  i~. j   .������:���������_���������.    i.i .~w_  All that is necessary, says' KeenUe, -general depends.  IV  is    construction    of    fchree dams and  three diversion-Channels, for the three  main rivers upon���������which the, new lake  > will - depend." . -Access   .to. the    lake  would be-effected by/the" English .and  -- Winnipeg Rivers,_w"hich would become  -- navigable streams," to- Lak������. Winnipeg,  rn.-mi.03      Tl ��������� r-     ^.nl-nl      4 V*     T   a*" trfk      O -- *\rt������*������ *���������*���������������*  O.UU       WJf        'WCk~.LJKa.4_     %>\J      _ft_.-4.fck������*<      WU-J^ *.*-���������-,-���������  f _  The proj>-et would more than pay for  Itself, in a short time, in waterpovrer  Etuu    uavj&OAluii    uvu.Uioj    ooj o    j,acc_iiv.  Yet one^oC-'its greatest advantages  Is seen In its possible solution of ttfe  controversy over Clifcago's withdrawal of wateiyfrom the Great Lakes for  its sewage disposal. J"  _ f'Chxcago . is,   drawing ICOwd. cubic  .. feet ,of water evjery",second," explains  Keer������_.e.    - ^This diversion hasMower-  _ cd tiie Jakes" /levels about five and a  half inches. Every-Ingh tbe-lake lereS*  ^^Is.,lowered'cuts the-cargo capacltyr of-  * big vessels and costs many cities-niil-  "ions- to  dredge .-their  harbors  so~big  '    freighters can i-o"-*tinue to deck.    Tbe  loss In power is enormous. ^ -  VWlth the Chicago Withdrawal cut  *��������� down and the^ Immense, volume of  , water added' from -the new lake project, the Great Lakes will be raised to  the level of I������0 er 100-years ago and  thfs value to commerce will be inestim-  nble.'' v -       "  "STeemle  cannot  see tlie  completion  of his project bercre another decade or  two, but when it is done, he says, it  will  become a priceless asset to tbe  '-   United States and Canada. '   '  ^Beforo^ong,".he adds, "the Great  Lakes will be us*-id to make seaports  -In the heart of the continent.      Many  v     of the harbpra and channels are shallow and it "a of prime importance to  conserve the water supply,  to main-  - tain  levels and, If possible,, to raise  them."  Study of *' what natural resources  Canada has, what development is tak  ing place and what the . possibmuels :  are,_Js most itfteresting- and educative.  Much7 information in this dbnnection  in ihe form of pamphle^ and maps, is.  available from the Natural Resources,  .  * -. Klgb -itPripe Levels -  ^ Dr. David Friday. -"Jrector ���������'of, research in the National Transportation Institute at Washington? predicts  that wheat will sell in tbe *United  States at $l:25e*a bushel before 'election day' gnii at $1.35 before Christ-  "*|mas, and-" that agricultural discontent  in the.west will be greatly lessened.  ~ The leaders of the Republican party  ���������f~_ -j_-i ______���������-, ������-_-,-.. .-..r-.^,������.  to Professor  Loghead, of Macdonald Agricultural  College, Ste. Anne $e Bellevue, Quebec, who spent three months in visiting thejpremler edupational establish-;  meats of the Britisii ^Isles to "bring* to  the attention^ students" there the ad-  LyatLtages^ of a farming career in the  Dominion, and the benefits of completing their scholasticcourses ax a Can-,  adian agricultural college.   .-   . *  The appropriateness., of the professor's novel^ campaign at the present  time,-was  attested-by-its unanalified  ���������-      > - __  success' In  every respect.      He  was.  very cordially rectived by the various  headmasters,  was - accorded /the thor-'  ougb co-operation of tbe Conference  of Public School Headmasters; and bis  campaign endorsed and supported by  . #*������-ra    IWfl o^    n-aaa    o-nfl     tailT-|-Ho    IIIAIi    In  w.a^J      MJ. m%^- ..^.      _.���������* ^*���������'**      *~���������*���������-     ������-������������������ _     ���������.��������� -^���������.   ^.  generar His reception by tbe various student -bodies lie addressed was  enthusiastic and attentive. - In all ^he  visitea and spoke at thirty-two of tbe  principal^ and ^ost representative public schools and colleges in England,  Ireland and Scotland.^     ^~  Whilst   broadly   addressing all the  inn"twationv-because.   asT-they pointed  out, openings for th.eir graduates were  becoming   mora    limited every-year,    ,,  and they were forced to look to fields  of endeavor beyond the British Isles,-  of which tlie overseas-Dominions were  ���������naturally -the first. - ���������_  . As .this. appea*LTf"ras. made to young  men stiiljgnrsuing their studies, and  -merely tended^to-wards direcEing their  -rain-as    along -.logical; ^-ycbannels    of  thought, direct Jresul4s "scan hardly be  discernible*'for seine time."   That the  campaign, will"*- be   fruit'ful,   however,  can be judge-ffrom trte*fact inat many  young men who had already graduated  from tbe schools were indirectly influenced and brought to see Canadian  farming- opportunity in- a newx light.  Some,of these are already- in Canada  as  a-result .of the  Professor's, visit,  working    through    the*jEumxner -Upon/  Canadian farms   to attend Macdonald  College in the fal^J whilst many more  are expected in the course of the year.  " ''The importance  of  getting   such  a  movement started" canhet be overesti-  mated, jf  When the best educated and  ��������� ' have' special reasons tQv _oplug ������acn.  ayforecast will be realized.    It would  -.      ���������  take the wind out "oCthe sails of the  xi "-        '  f���������,t<1ll.n.���������������... -      _    , Copper Coins Tp Be S-_eSted  Circulated ln~^0utch East-Indies M'oYe  their  education  at "its   colleges,..and  pondering >.over   careers, bis message  was more particularly to those youths  contemplating' farming careers in the  La Toilette~camj_iaign, which is inspir-   nominions.      To such his advice was  ed mainly by genuine agrariaicf,.gri"ev-Tnot".t������ commence farming immediate  ances.      But If"wheat i-ises tcT such a \ ly, but to complete   their  ,-tlghe~stv trained  of ^he youth  of Che  young    men    of England    completing^ Brliish-Jsles-xah; be brought -in num-  figure it-will -not be through the wis-  *��������� l^ .-*���������***  ^fr_������v-i     *>_"������^ *rtr\ljT-5a^fi--_-*-���������<_       T-uit^     f-vewKm     Aaiiana  wnich. they  do noi  contiol���������bad"^crc-p  conditions In many parts oi the world,  Th      100 Y-*    s an<i a reductien,in tbe acreage sown  After circulating, many*-of them for I to wheat.    -    ^ _���������_"*      .. __  .  * --      .        - ...   ,.      -, . j     If wheat ilses to $1.25 or $1.35 in  more  than  a  century,   In  the  Dutcby    s- ������_������ ._.-,, -       ,,  1 the United 'States it will go  equally  academic  East Indies, 233 tons of copper, coins  were "unloaded recently on thelr_ way  to a smdlting plant in "New Jersey."  Many bore "the, date" of 1760;^ others  wereyworn-so smooth ",that_ their -age  ^cnultl not be determined^  These ' symbols of "the"- trade of a  corner of the "world' that "readers'"of  English associate chiefly" with the  novels of Joseph Conrad soon will  be transmuted into just copper practically * jiure copper; however, worth.  about$250 a ton. ***- \  The coins ������were copected; by the  Dutch Goyex-nment ten years ago  ���������wbe��������� the old issues were recalled  and replaced with new.  high in Canada. \ "Recently Winnipeg  prices have. beee. in advance of those  sl\ Chicago. There Is ^little " risk in  .prophesying* that cfkQ ^price-level will  he higher ���������for this, year's crop than it*  waarfor" last year's but as to the Cana-  dian -crop itself June estimates will  not bold for August." So-far the prospects are excellent-- the three prairie  .provinces.    A good harvest and wheat ^enly, offered  a. congenial   and   profit-  work with a course of from  four years, at Macdonald College, and  to initiate "their.actual" endeavors with  a thorough "kno-*)vieug������_ of Canadian  >.ways ., and methods, and~with Cana-  dianization that through tbe co-operation* of the>Cana*iiah Pacific RailwaV  they waould secure positions on .select-r  ed' Canadia'*- -.farms for tbe "four  months of summer vacation and carry  out their learning ore yet more prac-  *_^-*<_l   t*_*n.a������_  Professor Loghead bro-jght before  tbe"youtb of Britain^ colleges Jn a new  and  forcible  manner; the   dignity, of  farming  as  a   profession  in   Canada,  pointing out that to young men it not  OUc   tO ' -n-in-nv   ������? H-s-st-*  at $1.25.would be,a combination,that  >sWould enable the countrxc to face the  winter "���������   cheerfully.���������The*      Toronto-  Globe. _ ~  Hot plates, warmed by  electricity,  aro' set into thef ground    at    certain  .street corners in Amsterdam.      They  are intended for "the comfort of policemen on traffic duty; *  Housewife Cto ^tew glrl_;���������"There's  one m������"������re' thing I wish to say, Gertrude, ir my husband should fettempt  to get gay "with you, Jbst box his  ears."  Gert-fude.���������"Yes, Mrs. Doe.  ready done so."     _    '  bers to see. and comprehend the real  status of Canadian farming and the  opportunity such a career offers for  the "utilization, atd * development of  their exceptional educational attainments, Canada should benefit fmmeas-  ufably from the settlement of a great  y cf them. Hundreds of graduates of England's ^ublic schools have  found nrofitable. and congenial careers  ��������� - ^- ^  n,wa    41_������&   form. ./\*  -W7a*,rfaT,���������^ _*���������>_������_-������*._.      tailf-  usually tlieir experience has been such,  that they would - support Professor  Loghead, and advise those following  them to prepare" themselves for Can-  fadianization by a knowledge of Cana-  dian., farming methods at one of���������the  Dominioa  schools of agriculture.  I've "al-  able" career, but one which epp_ea}ed to  men of the highest order* of intelligence'an a greatest education, demanding the utmost -Scientific application  and permitting them to jcise^ to the  highest position-}'the country cap offer  in all its phases of oxis+ence.  This Initial cat-ipajlgn, which will  probably be followed up by others, has  unquestionably1 been successful not  only in directing the attention of those  already contemplating farming careers  -*-  A school hearB J rm Ingham has made  the interesting4' experiment of Inviting  the parent-3 ofipupils to attendance a  week Co* tbe purpose of inspecting tho  work done by tho scholars,  Il���������JJBUB  Frti_ RfteljM HMMpIc���������  .Writ������ tif-e _3i_ir-i������*t,'Ci>,.  i.imlito-Ia   Montrefcl.  thina's Egg ProdncUop   .  Noy Poultry Farms But ������very Family  Raises Chickens  "~ Morethan 1,000,000,000 eggs are ������r-  po^ted, from China andually, according  to estimates  of ���������. fhe Eoodstuffs Dlvi^  sion of the Department of Commerce  ofjthe Ignited  States.      The annual  production of eggs in' that country is  placed by the sa:<ie authority at 26,-  250,000,000, or the product of 350.000.-  000 laying h^ns .at an average of 75  each.     In" additicn. lo eggs exported  In the shell approximately 57,642,000  pounds of egg-albumen and yolk and  36.812,000 pounds of*, frozen" eggs are  shipped out of China each year.      A  report prepared on, the subject says  that Japan is the principal market for  Chinese eggs in.Kbe.shell, while Great  Britain takes more than half the albumen and yolk andx almbst all tbe  frozen eggs  exported.      Tbe��������� "United  States buys oasly onc.fourthu.a*-'' -nuclt  egg albumen and yolk from China aa  does Great Britain.     Tli\ bulk of tha  targe quautitlcgfoH egg products 1m-  ! ported by the United Stntes, ho*wever,  coraes-from China,", * ''���������The coat of producing egg-a in China Is -very low," tho'  report   con'-ludes.     "There    arjp   no  poultry farms.     A few chickens are  raised by almost everyvfanally, and ar������  fed tnble scraps with  coarse  rice oi  low-grade vi-h-ittt and other crop refuse,  vegetable  scrap:-,   and   what   enn   b������  picked up in the yards end fields."  ^  Rflslatance Of Burmese Wood  Tho   pylnkndo,   or   Burmese   iron  mood has wondeiful powers of resistance. '  A pillar of this almost Invul*-  nerablr* substaticc  is on view nt tht  Imperial" Expoall Eon.     Under test tlm  wood repelled a rifle bullet fired at 20!  yardh range without leaving a mark.  It wob Bttfrtllng to be told by a lecturer that a stroll through nnd across the  foreslB of Burma -would tnlte two men  CO yen re, at the a ate of two miles an.  "liour for five hours n tlnv.      And yell  some of the Burmese railway coacheg  are built. oC American Umber.  %mm  j-it-.  10*mm  4*3-  Y'  Thia group, photo-.rnphed aboard the Canadian pacific,.6.S, Mpntclerd Includes, from left to'rl^bt: L, Arm-  ntiong, Manitoba; C. CoaffQo, Manitoba; J. MeKechenneny/ Qnetoee;. .A.:VJ-.ce, Onlnrlei.O. Heater, Ontario.  v,������**h -������* i.ir*H<- -flv-x TOa-n biiK **ciuii.nw������f tb<7O^mplc' record In tbe iriiiis.     , ,''..*  Sfes-crapera -of, tbe pyrasjifd type,  eucb as are now becomjug popular In  New York, may'' toe   the', -solution   ol"  Toldo'a problem, of're-b'tiii'di9r*';'bfi.ian(''  **������rtliiiua_o-proof baulu.; ':* '-, '-'���������  - PaWpKWBOl���������jCtCKHfW*  'a*  w'Bijjim���������'ii  -* *--��������� rX^?rs  '���������{J'3**  ���������-"(-"-"J*r  *���������*** __ --  THjE/OBI-STOH  BEVSI-W  ,-v  -*-V  mmmms i se ?ou^sE-r ef.  Local aind Personal  Applications in -writing will be received by the undersigned or till Friday, September 19th, n for the positip_������  of Poundkeeper. _,,    ,  ���������> w. O- TAYLOR. Clerk-  gEcudATraii farm laws nw rest  ������������������ .1. ��������� - .���������  For rent from August 1st, 1925. the  lands known as the Kootenay Reclamation Farm lands. Offers will be received by the undersigned wp till 15th  September. 1624. JAMES ANDERSON, Kaslo. B.C.  'Fob. Saxe���������-Roistein -cow,   4*45., F*  B. PearceT Creston. *   _  C. EL Garland is- a business visitor  _h 5^e"-"*ii this -**e*������l?_~  -- Rubber Stamps-of every description  W. J. Truscott. Creston.  , ;���������,,    ���������'" :��������� ~-      - ���������- v - _*--..,,_ ,       _  pose of selecting: a people's  warden to [*-Aiher-?*x ii*^ron-a the, sale oishooi-ing-  replace Charles Moore, resigned.^ jjlscajases.      "A/    "   y^    \.-      *.  * The Valley recorded a net - gain of | " There-wil. be no shortage of rtrfreah-  ei*c in popuhuion for August with a J meist booths Ut" this^yeai^s fall fair; all  Showing of six births and no deaths. 1 t__Te������nf th_7church ladies" aids ������n-  ,Of the newcomers boys accounted for] nouncetha't they:will have sCasids and  tBv������^^she_������"were two wedding**.  RtiiiEa TuyLS ^hl������ SaVc i tpTySLE*  * Will the partyr-wh6~-f-oo_.   t*rie ^ tools  off my- Lot * I6_:;bel gooti.  enough   to"*  "bring them  back and, save* trouble  J. w,' WOOJJ.Oanyon.^    -:-"   ~  -   -   -*r~- '���������"   "-'������������������-*>���������*   ",.:   . _^Q_^-Iti- or near Creston, B*rid_y xrt"  .     ���������_.     ,      _    . . .Sat.w���������ny. Sept. 5th or-6th.   two .$2������  Cow Fob Sale���������One or two Jerseys,  andcme $*&Jhills.   Substantial reward  '."W.-'Vane-s, Alice Siding". J toparty   retu-*;niiig /������������**"������"*���������*-   ^"  Anderson, Victoria Ave.. Creston.  Anglican Church Semces  SUNDAY.  SEPT.  14.  CRESTON  8 and 11.00 a. m      7.30 p.m.  -""Si-drey Wilson spent  a-_few~ day*,  -with frk-ndis'in Spokane this-week....  Fo-t.SAUS���������Firtt-year High   School  books.-.Apply Mrs. 3. A. Ttidgate.  !jF*OR   Kent���������Five-room    bung-alow,  nicely ^located.   -Apply F." _i. Jackson."  R._S. Bevan was a business visitor-  at Coleman, Alta.* -at -the-first of tbe  week. "       - -  aierpouBe, sea* i?gnx. iun������n<-*v3ce cream-  etc.*.-*"."   --,-"-."���������    y\   7-       "'; -_   ".*"*  "   ������-V .-   -   'k������. > -      j.  -       - * - i i*jv. - -'  -3*he If-eabyterian -Ladies' -A%^an-  nmiiire that they will "have a" booth np  theffatrgi-ounds Otv the. afternoons of  Thursday and" Friday.   Oct,   2nd   and  Al! returned men in the Valleys are- _������������������----  asked to attend* meeting in the form I ^fc&Jta* ���������* <? ,c������ ������������^������ <y������*������* ������*������!  Vrlmperhd.Bank building at 8 p.m.,;^W������>^^^lti^.    _      -      f  Saturday, ySepfr 13th, at which >-U"oiu_rlle A->m*-iron--;,_ second assif-t^  branch G.v^. V.^. will be organised. I ^ g^the O.P.1^ depot has been tmne-  Up-tiH Wednesday morning a, tota& ferred to King-gute, leaviu-^for that  of .tears of fruit and vegetables faad  been loaded at Creston and Eriekson.  which   is, considerable   in   excese- of  IF ITS,  Pick- Fob. SAtB���������Ei^ht yosing piRB,i������btppin������ at the ������ame date a year ago.  apiece..   Chas.  . The time approaches when g"*������.  fellows will once more gather round  j the-canup or-sheocinB lodge- t������, d������_-  <������_ss the day's bunt. Yon will soon  hear the whir of wings as a ficis-k of  dock swing in over your decoys���������  what a holiday-���������there is nothing  like St! The best time of the whole  year.  DQMIOION  IMPERIAL  MLJ4J14U&  _.������aauB~/   _j.������������s*'fc  ^*^a_^a-_-������i,  12 gauge  This   3b  the  shell   de   Z-nse   for  speed, pattern, and long range kill-  seven" weeks   old,   $5  Sntcliffe, Creston.-  ~. Mass witi be celebrated in Holy*  Cross Church, Creston at' J0.30a.-wi  Sunday, Sept. 14th.    ^_  Fo-ftV Rsa---*���������5 room hossse. tenant  can keep cow nnd poultry. Apply A.  N. Cowling, Creston. ~ _  ForjSaxe���������Chevrolet car, in perfect  c-ondition, new battery, snap  at*$375.  Enquire Review Officer-  Christ Church Sunday school  is re-  a--iitni;.9 4)cv.v������_t.i������ns on S������nda.y. at 20.39  a. in. in-the Parish Hall.   -  for  Attgost wan aSTlight month "for cash  receipt* at the CifsUm office of- tbe-  ���������>ro-~inc>*_i police the total intakeJ-������e-.  fnfc less than SS00, The police court  fines totalled $S0, and another $55 was  -     02������^   A"NTr������_T7AJL  -D-f-#-r������p������-ua      +m+*J- v -_. -   --* ���������-._���������������-������  town- -on -Sunday;. ^With '..only one  helper a-s^nt"_������artinr is������tuite the busiest  man in town these days.  SJ. Fergason of * Nelson, -provincial  assessor, ia.pn a v^pit^fet."Creston nnd..  '^Selley centres,this week, making Ws  annual revision of7 tlie iknl. _ae ii  making thPtiip.by motor, aisd is ao  cbropanied by .Mrs. Fer^ison.-  +~.  -you:  RE^UIRIT  -WBtTE or-WIKE  Monday is the  last dav~  paying  ing power   it   has   no  equal.   The  ideal shell for   late  Fall   shooting..  It.wiil oast-shoot the ordinary shell  by 20 yards.   Now  made   in   12-16  village-tiiX-i-s at par.    Aftpr fch;it date  a penalty of-10 per cent, is adjled.  i_rs.   Bamfoj-d of   Cranhro������k.   who  hat* been a guest of Mitt. Dnw for the  past few weeks, left for honse on Fri  day.  I    The village commissioners .are --ask-  I in** for .������p__!;*Mit*������-"t8 f������r_ th*- pnsiticsK-of  poundkeeper, bids to be in by September 18th.  All ���������liberals are reminded of theann.  ual- re-organirzation ���������������eeting which  will be held to night at 8 o'clock, in  Speers'-HaU. v   ' -'  vvojc-_Jirea_n-st5-a-������r������'������w-'n ehbp enmror  the wWk of the ^eath>off*S_rs. jClalrersceJ  -Qisen at ^at^_t?-win.'Alwa=ta.    MrT"a.ns������  -Ira.' Olsen had been residents of-Ores  to-p for half - a-dossen ,years"r ^turning  to ^"arslBto-rs -ifcoisS sis month- ago.  ! 5tMi_gIe MtllSa, JLld������  H~ "*-"*^," jw*^^ ^  *" ���������*" ~,   ���������  nelson;: _ b.c������  ^j^jiwoup wanting  a   work   how������% or.  Cearh of thens, Should not" mis-- t5Ke auc   tion *alVof  horses , at ,-the ,._2cCre--th | g|Sf||i||  barei   ob Saturday   afternoon S  DON-2NION  || S FOR SAX-S���������Man's ������verg-oa*-������ gooa as  "ine'w,"~-medinni- size/sfri. Apply sarn.  V, H. *Watson at P. G. Ebbutt's i*esi-  dence. Creston. ,"'--.   - -       . _'  The    September   'meeting    of   the  Women's   Missionary Society wiU   be  j held at" the manse on Tuesd-iy -after-  Shot Shells Aor 12,16 and  20gA-__e  This is by: far -the   most  pop\������-ap II noon at 3.30 o'clock.  shell in Canada.    Ltoisded in either 11  bulk os Joense  Hmokei-sw*.  powder -  and double chilled shot* WW 1? 16  20 and 2j3 guage.   Remembec there  is no  duty  to  pey ��������� on  Xtommioini  Shells.   The value is" all in the product.  DOMINION 310 Shot Shells.  U.S. Shot Shells 12 guage  Ordinary Loads.  U.S. Heavy Loads.        " \  Western Super X Shot Shells,  12 and 20.  A full range of Rifle Cartridge-  1 Dominion,   "Winchester  -  Savage and Westerh.  We have the above Shot Shells  m shot sizes BB to 7 h  THREE DAYS  Septeilier 16,17,18  ---7, -^    >-  Bigger and  Better  ���������_���������"��������� Xm  ������nan ^wkmri   --*  FREE Platform Attractions  - Twice iJauy  livery _  Sept.   18th.   . Sale, storts^Satu 1   p.tn.  prompt^ with .1. F. RtiseJ-** charge.  F.-B. loveday, whnT'w***- manager  of Creston Fruit _rrowe������3 "C?-Ckirtn a:bout  ���������threesyears ago/'and- -jSnee-^vthen at  Salmon Arm and Nar������nm������ta, Is now  at- Pentieton where ha. wa^ *one of the  temporary staff of Dominion fruit in-  npet.u,i_s.  ^r '^    :' ___ v - J " .s -  The first sblpsnent off *dcIntos!i:Red  applet* ont of t"he galleyi^p% to Ken*  ������>ra, Qntl, frr������������j������jC5re������-ton *rfr^ow-������re__riek-  soii .war^ftftuss-tf-u-Fridl^r ^V* rTbis is  ttie'' earnest >ver shipping dwte ^foe  Vaiiey 5S*e������, being at- :Je������.������t _������"wi_  'earSi*'^ tliHir. is*- 1^2L "~-'"  The ladies ������-f tfee F^reshyterian  Church invite everyime to a novelty  supper a^d cora roast JwhichT they ^������re  having i^ibe-RMnin^B a*"^?iBt Dqw*8  on tne ������-veoiifg ^ Wednesday ^^P*-  an'euei -"lrii"F'a<rBlt_  _���������___-_ i^piini:  ���������X>a--at-i--i .__*-.-"_*'a������"  daiQiuajt ������9ei  -T_U  Leu-ore Ulrlc  _>avij> BE_^rvsep:s  ont-. "l-r-i  _i������-*r4-  a"  au ������-t_e*r_<S  ���������������$!_LO-@" "WSlr-  deriidss a-atjrag ps-im-  itive iiiggecC so*ols.  1 StX TaSlfoanxan?.Gtrjbs -A   j Wth.   witls jntppejf^: served^ ciifelfirlik  3-9-900!*  Sirs. {_5r.> Kcnderson  a"nd cbildi-en.. ..,-._ -.������_���������������-__  i  wl*b haVe'been vlsitbra ���������t^Terottlxr^n-il'in * thrilUn^na- serve^iu.m. ^e-^^  -^daeito^b^rfte   earlyiin       ^       ^ T^^eceiottttlS  in a comedy -Iiiglfi doutiienonzontal  -v. bar act.  Cass Troupe of AeriaUsts  One of the greatest three-men aerial  acts in the country.  "V*    . - _        "        * -<p>> ""  Three Van Dieman Sisters  in a epeetacular:jaerii*! dental" sua-  penmon act-  ������4 vrla:  from a __.__���������_. oxw'  7-'- -L.  ItEGtffe_������irjPB-COES  B������t8ll  StEifta  BROTHERS  Lover  Pficw  FoRSAt-"���������"White Leghorn cockerels fmra imported pedigreed Tom Barron 28ft to 315 egg stnHn, $2 each.  -Mrs. W.  V. Jackbon. Creston.  This year _ enrollment shows . Creston high school to have mu attendance  at present of just ovet*-50 pupils.  Nine t������f them are from Eriekson. " ���������  Miss M. Ireland of Medicine Hat,  Alta., who is making the circle tour of  tbe Kootenay Lakes, is a. visitor this  week with Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Cook.  Stanley Whittaker -pulled out on  | Friday for Pincher Creek, wheie he  will help with harvesting and threshing operations for thp next few weeks.  Xmivb. Old Coun-b."- A"PPjL"his���������If  yon wish to send a box of apples to  vow friends in England phone for particulars.    W. O. Littlejohn  EiickBon.  0-i  '^-.t'        ������-  IMflilltiHLff������-*~ Aft  mum SB  ���������    OllfStll ICC*  l ourrLit-a  and  Place your osders now for  Afcjp.a JZosmbs An-dl Apple  Crates.  Onr Boxes are all made of  Pine;  no Hemlock used.  Printing  on boxes  done  in two colors.  Anyone pLftciiig  oicier--"  lor  Apple Boxes with tis can  also get   the Bull Hose  Apple ������frate.  f*!JM<������ fl DfillfiCPt  RmH iffl^RKflrn     JghMl SL    m������ m������MLflr Jff^ff Jmmmr BHVW wm 'tW'  Mis* Grace Comfort left on Friday  for Johnston's Lanrjing, in the-I������ar-  deau country, where she ib resuming  charge of the school Bhe taught last  term. "~  The village commissioners bayeflxed  upon the second Monday evening in  each month for the -regular tnei'tinga  of council, busineBS to start at 8  o'clock.  E. H. Small, Indian agent and Miss  Fbyliss Small of Cranbrook were visitors with Cwsfcon fi'ipn*ii" a few flays  the latter part of the week, making  the trip in by motor.  The morning nlr hue the fidl touch  to it thi* week, one degree of frost being registered on the official thermometer kept by JDi*. Itendeeaon on  Wednesday morning.  Tfr.c cSi-tttlns1 -".icon for bSrdr*, d������-er������  etc., op������ns on Monday. Punks and  geeeo may be taken until the' end of  December, but the BC-son for nrouse  e!o������,-������'i on Oetobef f 5th.  Manager Rodger* has J.mt rccoived  definite nMuranee that the Jackie  Coogan film, "1-nnf- Live tb������r King, *  wktii lie availahto tor thw two wigbu t$������  talv week, Oct. Zod anil JJrd.  Thr Methodist If dl<������e'AI4 ������������������  to  U������**W m ������"*"������������ao*u������������������������a;������"v   *t.ns...  ������������������������    ������.a������aj jt.aa  ground* on the nftwrnoon������  of  Thiux.  Hay and FHday, Oct. 2nd nnd 8wl, and  will eerre-'tm and light lunnh.  After the iim*--! mrv\<ti* at Chrbt  Church on Btirctivy evening there will  be a -roi������i"tl������*a* tit the' v-Mtfcry for the pur*  Bigg^t^dwayYet  Ferris  W&eelr   JMerry-Go-  Round, Side Shows, Jitney  "Dance _  and^concesBionaof every deBcription  under the aiiepicea of "*he local  GyipayCIuh.    .  Government Exhibits* district  Displays, ~phfo*% and Forest  -Exhibits..  School SftortslJphamtfoMshifi Fool'  ball Match.ZfGrandMardi ~Gras._  REDUCE^. *^1|IB8 ON ALL  TRANSPORTATION LINES.  G. F. Notion,   '''- ' *    G. Horsiead  President . p T^    .    Secretary  I  Don't Miss Our Special* Offer  With every cash purchase amounting Jx* $1.50  .   we arehgiving away, Fl^EE:   One,85a *35-i#e_;  E-gerhara _?enciVand half-dozen Blotters.; _ "      -_  BUYBABLY AND AVOID DISAPPOINTING  ���������** v *��������� -_  We have a. Toll iine of s  Scribblers,  Pencils,  Maclean's  Nibs  wd Holders  Reeve's Paints and. Brushes, Set* Sqaaves  Protractors, Graded Pencils, Erase**, eftc.  WE DO��������� NOT STOCK HIOH SCHOOL TEXT-  BOOKS, but will be gladi to take individual orders "  *^ - (^-���������*  BEATTIE-OATWAY, Ltd.  Druggists &~ Stationers  V    -U1  B-W  - - " WB ARK IK THE MARKET FOB YOV$, -  .  PSuiitift, - Pfiines, Tomatoes,, Talbfe . and  PacklBng  '0^JmV^h^9 ^wd Pearalh all varieties  nnd, an UBiml, are paying Cuah on delivery.  -' i >.  Regaming RASPBERRIES  Our prieea on these were: "ISI.C0 per orate from June 80 to July liS; nnd trow- Juiy 13 to e"i,d of  ftp-urni. li_ per ernte nett to the arower. "^  Jf eny of dur euetomere ean pro<|������ee proof that any other Uooal firm heo mid a lilehev nett prioe  ���������thimiltim*:**,-j-rill.rJbe.'Oll'^d.'��������� ***��������������� :P?^\.*tt���������OM**1 -'Br^W������"^^0)n tho wt_w higher,Iwwa.  C^f^to-ti l/'aM^'Pi^ (Doiocipatiy  rf-ai-tra. "W-n jr-ITM*"* H_*f  AW. NBLSON, IMsns^sir  ^^msmsasi  mm  mas  gwrnKSON'  wasm


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