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Creston Review Jul 10, 1925

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I  B1K-B-7OD July 2^id,   to  Mr*  Mrs. XL Yerhury, a daughter*    .*  -15., Sparrow returned a few days ago  from a trip to Yakima,  aud left again  >at the first-' of the   week   for   points,  * south in i-jiMM-t of a steady. Job. :YafcU  saa. labor <���������_&&���������������������"������__*��������� Is  well - supplied   at'  presents   ," >       >=-.-       - '"   * "' -7   ���������  *-���������      '    . .   .  Ed/Seai^isd.riwn from Klockmann  and eKp^Qi^^p^na  the "'balance of  - July on in* pmsisS. fc^?s^ '      , -       - -_-.  Friends of Miss Vera Lister will be  plea*-edJtk> heta-r of her appointment as  teacher oi the junior mom 'of-Canyon  City"schss! -***. Ee>vit opens on"' September 1st. She graduated* this 'year-at  the Normal at Victoria.    ~-  Frand Baker  left  on   Monday  fpr'  Calgary, Alberta, where he expects to  ~*2������esa21E5 for lis������ sex& few nMmttfes.  '  "*���������*���������  Jas. Duncan- te another visitor from  Klockmann to his  Lister ranch,  and  will be remaining foi*;*-, few weekaiV"  A couple of assto leads of  young people invaded Listeron-Friday  night, when they favored Miss -Vera  Lister with a surprise party that -was  1 trgely given over to dancing and an  excellent Ripper  The Horoon and Jennings families of  Porthili wesst "tfef-ougte  on Friday .on ������  Two auto loads took in the Fourth  of July celebiation at Bonners Ferry  and afterwards motored on to Sand-*  point, Idaho, returning here early  Sunday morning thoroughly tired out  * *<____:__-_���������  There Was*a round npi of the young  cattle owned locally   onf Friday  last,  oiit  beyond  high  water  evesv'4 -  *V..k-   Oat  atpav    ���������   -  and the animals taken'  Lister to grasse until the  subsides. '      y ,    "'  Tbe shipping station fit.  the  Smith *  _=* * !  able nxention. Joyce ..was the busiest -  tnfititm the field- and was particularly  effect"ve grabbing hits around the  initial corner and getting over to the  sack in time to make the oat. Holmes,  who replaced "Ogilvie in the sixth,  started off-in big league fashion;, retir*  ing~the side on six pitched balls on  making his debut, and had hla support  -The berry   season being practically  at; an- end   moet  of the   DouKhobor  pickers-have returned to their homes  at Brilliant." Almost 100 of these were J  I here to help with ths?  berry   harvest, I  besides a big company 6f white pickers-  crossing was closed oil Thursday hist, i not wobbied in  the eighth'it is more*  anft-jtaK hoino- nntall -ri������l������ SiHT3u"S?-aaa.lI' VSffSmlta. !-*-1s_aes SSSraS.!*- *!������_��������� ������������������������.������  m*m..1A  ha������_-____ rmnmrmm  He   S, -Irving* _aet   trvith   &  accident one   day   last   week.  after being open. lorjhatjBiy-four weeks  Raspberry shippers at~H"tow compelled  j to goto Cres&on.     ,- *.J\ ~^  Miss'Tallon^f Kello^c Idaho, was a  weekend visitor with- Mrs. B. W.  Payne, and with her^hOfttess made the  nssty  riding on. a wHgoa to the skid way  Itaiaa ***.   XTmm  ������"*������p   <tn J*3������t.a������a-gly,g  night.  While  to  locate some logs the team shied at &  <i&T, and their unexpected jump ahead  threw him off and one of the wheels  went over his wrist breaking some of \  thsT _?22s.!! ���������*������_!!������&. He hes# cone to  Kelifbn for medical treatsnent.  ^r'Moijday, July etb^^tnessed a quiei  Weddioi* at Christij_f^rarchv Creston,  lsr*-^Jfcfe' {laughter of  Mr. and Mrs. 'M. Hagen, was united in  marriage with Mr. fteginatd Price,  alto of Wynndel, by* the rector, Kev.  H> Varley. The brpde was fcuppovted  l������y  her_������tstev,    Mrs. -D.  ButteiaSeld,  g-inttmatjnrm 1 wE_.an *ft������S._ac_r "Wa  foi* the "Amusement Olteb dance  Mrs. Stace Smith and^Miss Buth and  Ronald, are   mqto������%i_tti������r-*   l5>   Cran- [diamond,  brook this week, Mrsr fillets going on  to Banff for a holiday a^ny.  ttaan Stsely tits gaaae would Ssavst gone  into -extra innings. -Ollie Christie  xm.de bis first appearance behind the.  bat and he certainly has no reason to  be sshs.s:cd of his fir_t doy's work*  With a little seasoning he should make  a re������������ backstop. Ivan Staples was the  pick of the outer vdef i-nce, his work in  left field being quite-tsp to the standard  of that position on the* Creston  The score:-.  - CanyoK Spwortb League at this  week's meeting made arrangements  for the first annual picnic, which will  be held at Kuskanook at the end of the  month.  w.  -while Dougia-*   Buttes-field  the groom;   Mr. and  supported  Price   left  * - ..    w    i_ ������_.        *x~'l^.\on the affceinoofa tyalh for Nelson; and  ctimpingtr^toKnskaBicKik,   and'   .^L,. ^Seek they were greeted  by  accompani������4   by   the   Mn^ee  IS������wel������ JX^^^TZll_-l ^m  .^.^^..   ^ul  -iRICKSOftt  McKelvey, 2b.  Romano* ss   *fta_.8&MM������      m������  Jm-m..m^.������ mm.    .......  Dodds, <sf.^_.  Bnras, 3b   Hall, rf..  Hardy. If*   A. Bt-ffey, lb   L. Boffey, p���������:���������  - 1  2  I 1  .. 1  - I  ^ 1  0  i  CRRj^TON.  Goodwin. 2b���������.  Joyce, lb.   E.StS"**It2. ss_.  Q.ChViatie, cJ  LStaples. If   Ogilviegr p   F.Chrietie. 3b���������.. 0  Crawford, cf 0  Hohne**, rf 1  |{UUC 'tu    ������__.iaaweri������y  where be is ha_dling the sale of fruit  for Creaton Valley Produce Company.  Otto Johnson has gone to Kitchener  where he has a log _������uling contract  with the Continental Lumber tt Pole  Company.  A. Bond arrived borne from Kimberiey at the end of the week- Things ar������  quieting off in the building line, plastering work being particularly shy.  W. Wetherhead  -was    home' from  **_ahk for the weekend,    Low water in  0! the creeks in that  section   is   holding  up log Quitting, and will likely befall*  before the winter's ent is all out.    Mr.  l~f and Mrs. WetherheadLare planning to  0  9  0  6  0  2  3  0  0  1  1  1���������6  Erickson^X)   1  Creston 0   0   0  The attendance was ��������� fair, and the  freewill offering waa most generottt*.  Fr-t-nk Staples umpired - to the genera!  satisfaction of both teaans.  leave.for Nelson about the end of the  month where they will reside in  future.  Hazel and Afihea Hobden  -J. C. Bykert, former customs collector at Ityeterte, went through on  Saturday, ������ai?Oiste for Calgary -������Bt������;e  -where he is attending a big reunion of  ������nenibe|-a O? |be old RJ&JW.V'.. of  which he -*as a member in 1S33; helping to build th������^ *ort at Caigat>y fifty  years ago^ which I&t^er "Jpvebt itrbeing  royally cejebrated .aj,. fchfe year^aeahi.  hitipn and stampede^      ~   -\r  The aBn-t^jtdE(_&ti]^^^        . s������bool  .^.^s^t^aij^^_^^^^i_  at f p.i������. oRJ8a|w^y, ^h-*n.ii~^  aeedfdl'tb "elecfc k trustee, to ^ejflace EL  J. Maltbow������-eaod anaumtori^as^l*'. N.  Thompson's term has also expired.  "}*hs s**bool "dist.ri'et'' is now' regularly  organized and gusetted as*"  tljWrlatt^cottipariy "of .friends who  -tcejjyy gfewerotitsl^ lowered them with  Hoc, ifo^feitTand/a, wonarous variety  at *3lsc^*:led-;B^tweai-.^  *B*M|n  that will be rMSHired for nest y*3ar wilt  be secured by the ..ordinary ta*t levy on  local lupde.  ^V������0o������M_Aftf  local   waters  report   good  Mrs. ^Roy   Proctor   was a weekend  visitor with her pareis-lB at Cranbrook.  Although the mosquito uttisance has  fiurfrom 7abated   there   wan quite -a  - -' *-j^      -j^tx <x'* J.' .,r**~    '     '  or IStt^and *������-v jcetB3.t t be Bchoolhotfia  atafiteiyiMy.^    -_:-.#-z^/u    :x-x -_.  "Mrs:" Q."~ S. .Moore A.va*nd ~ fhildren  ������rrivea*x>n^3a.torday ;froxn -.Cranbrook^  acid are. spending the week  with Mrs.'  A. splendid etirprife-- party was in  e*tidence at the W.bs&er home ,on  Friday night, when about three dozen  friends turned up to enjoy au evening  prior to the _ departure ob Sunday of  Miss Oladya- Websfjei-- to Calgary,  where she wilt visit with her sister for  a couple of months.-   '"*  Ratepayeifs are- reminded of the  annual sch������������ol meeting** on Saturday  night, which it* set foi: **7 o'clock. Mr.  Mather is the retii-ip^, trustee, and  Guy Constable has* served o~t his term  as auditor.       *      ^_-    '' '      ~__,  Cupid has been active in thi" section  of late, and the iSth i*honld hear tbej  aotmd of the wedding helh*.,  -A we***tboa?s-l Alb^3*tapsairifes*-honn-  ,er������ witharfaroilvof fbiftr   young   chil 1   -The ������iris Guild   of   Christ ^ ^  jdren-atunongst the f^bger^has been] h^������   e^endid^a^endiuice   atteL^ nighT'the wtepayew will b,  " Camfjed heri?^the past-week. _*- -J~!S"'SS ������----���������.=*������ _*__..._.  .In & popular voteing contest to  aeenre a queen' to preside over children's day activities' at "SSmherleiy on  August 4th, Miss Annie McHohb is  now standing in third place in the  fiolr_Lc*f contestants.  *Z^~   *~ -  Tne trustees have been fortunate in  securing the  services   of- JAiss   Vera  | Lister of Lister to succeed Jfliss Sadie"  Wttod in charge of the junior room of  CttiSyOii      SSuGCi  September 1st.  Church 1  -���������V.S..1.  wu������^a_a  Xt llw>  asTsuas  a_l      a?__^4ff__r%l       aaaraaw<_,fr*tgli������������  .���������'V������  ������������������-its  lnaati������������hi juwvy gAnitsil  xmzt*z ^s.%.  Ericksop W&  .-: <..-A^^.AAx. ~V~j-&J-':z-WA&F^&i&:'' -^^xt^i^JfSB.  . * \ _������*ked to vote at least S16D0, and it may  -Lenp s, wiswcte tn-siunea aancmg ho tfee, be Blign%ly ^o^^ tbe heating system  evening, the cash^intake toemg about I ^ |ft ^^ of atu>ntioiu   ^^ g^^  **?* Z, >ll6bmedto--i������rt-rtTtfclocki      -    *  - ^fac^anmial school -^tieetmgls echedj^  W. IP. 'Touhey and  Bass are plentiful in  and all the 0 fishermen  catchea.  taaj  * -Miss Florence Bathie left on Sunday  for Cranbrook, where she will vieit  friends for a while. -  Miss Bdna Sheppard lef t on -Monday  for Winnipeg, Man., to join her father,  and expects to make her permanent.  home with him in that city.  Miss Alice Allan,   *-/bo bos  been  a  gueat of Mrs. R. Urf, and helping pack  . the straw berrp crop, left for. her honae  -���������at.Yithls on efinidayi.'; 'V.    .,. ";;.y..  ; QultCriivjanmbier of Wynndel folks  took advantoae of the first free Sunday since tbe berry i-ettBon opened to  inyade Kuskanook on July 5th, when  picnic parties were the order of the  da^. and thlaplwce was quite a deserted  vllluge lost Subbath.  smn, Billy, "left  on Monday morning for Vnncouver,  travelling in" their Chevrolet. Mit*.  Touhey and son, Bob, left the same  afternoon by - train. ��������� The 'To���������hey"s  have resided heie since 1910 jiiid wall  be much missed.  The work-trains, which have been  hauling fill for the trestle at the Landing for the past three month-*, finished  the job on Friday and Saturday and  Hire-now on a similar j<.bat Kimberiey.  Fishermen are etill   having  a  little  Buck witb the sturgeon,   Alex. Ander  son getting a 85 pounder at"the trestle  on  Friday afternoon last.  Pastor Uerdman of Creston "United  ClVnrch in planning bo start servicea at  Sird������r shortly, corning the alternate  Sunday mornings that do not conflict  with the Church of E!ngland worsship.  Auto tourist traffic i*t very heavy  agnin. Oh Sunday ten eastbmind cm*  were unloiuied at _lu akanool*.  7 Dick Dennes is the latest Sirdarlte  to  join  iip   with  the   ante  owning  i brigade, coming in   froni   Creiston   on  Dominion- -Day   withv a, 102B   model  * Ford, which'he purchased from R. S.  Mr.   and Mrs.   Sparkea  of Nelson  Beviiii.   Although lie had   bud  little  were visitors here on Tuesday, looking pwe-ioua experience at driving he made  taiaa ..wt 7a������!__..i.t_..  . .���������Vir.j.'s r_n::^r.  J.lhjr" *-."-i__s "* 1 ��������� -  '        ���������     . .'... .  litte crip uitiiuaiy.  Ya*-dmuoter Loasby  got  away  on  Sunday to Calgary where he Is taking  JWMlMMtlWatilai  UP Olti ftri������*UU*a       J*.������iajr   Kuaamtaj   waaatw ���������. iK i___.  A new Stiidebuker car and left ������aar3y  ���������on Wedneuday morning en rontefor  Banff, where they figure to ipeqd the  holidays. While -here they wero  guestsof Miv.and Mr������������ J. J. Grady,   ,  Henry Fraud* pulled but on Sunday  for North Dakota, where they will  rm'ilie their home in future, l^red  Frnsch moved his family to Cranbrook  on Sunday, where he figures to work  until fall, and will-probably return  "Sscxe fp*r the ***?Inter Baonthu.  The Co-Operative Fruit Ciowewi  Association rolled their lout straight  car of strawberries on Suwduyi, making a total of sixteen cars for 10*215,  This is a record for Wynndel, thirteen  carloads being the largest previous  shipment tn any one year.   Monday's  '   T'Mm  ���������h't'lj-"*'" ,������->H<-' b#fc|-������ri������ail   Ollt. tt, llLl.taS tttCUut  there are still a few  crates  moving,  tn the fair and stampede., 1026; murka  tha fiftieth anniversary of the  R.N.WJM. building the fort unci fctart  Ing -what lo now the city of Calgary,  and very large numltema of the red  coats are making that city hoadquart-  ers this week'  At New   Denver the girl guides are  trilllnsr' to &������. ���������ai***������c!"*n,lji darninjij, take  ntra of children. br other odd jobs in  order to earn <-ome money for their  summer camp outing,  Trail board of trade has just been  advised that $5000 has bben provided  In the supplementary estimates to  secure a site and draw plant- for a new  viairiaUaaaati*! and fc*ifc_r.i. building In' that  town which will be erected next year*  -Eriekson, took. _ -Creston's  measure  measure ratberthandily;at ttaseball on  Sunday   afternoon... witb   the  final  count standing 8 tb 6 in the-visitors  favor.    It "js-rs anybody's g%uie.������ip' tili  thtKelghth inning, -Eriekson taking the  lead in the-second frame, only to drop  one behind when tjtee fourth stansu  was finished, and the thive runs the|  v������-*i tors were permitted to gather ir* the  fifth only served to equalize as Creston  pirked up-a 'souple in the same tound  to even mutters up.   Bci-th went score  less in the sixth, bnt' the seventh was I  the lucky one for Jfivickson who by'  putting   "Romano    in  the   box. after  Boffey hiuj forced in one rueajind still  had the bases filled and none out, the  relief hurlerjfanned O. Christie; had I.  Staples pop fly to the. infield,  while.  Bum** Vtook Ogilvie'e wilier .to.ihird  and touching the saek forced Joyce to  make th������������ third out.      Creston hud its  [one bad  .nnings   in tlie field in the.  eighth when  timely hitting and some  untimely  fielding yielded the visitors  four runs, one of which Creston got  back in the ninth, Eriekson going out  in order - in the final frame.,   The fc������*  tnre of the game was some long distance hitting, Telford* Goodwin, Ted  Staples and  Burns  euch. registering  thiee-plyclouts.  Deitplte the somowhat uneven score  the two .team** were very evenly  matched; Eriekson being the more  proponent with the bat; and Creaton  nmkinir the better showing in the  field. For the winners Alf. Boffey  had a great day at first base. At the  shortlleld Romado covered plenty of  ground: faultlessly, and an relief hurler  had sayifib ftm do "Pi'ltb savlninj the prunm-  when L. 'Boffey faltered in- the  seventh. McKelvey shapes up fine at  second, being particularly efficient at  getting under the high ones anywhere  In tlie territory, and batting- with  equal ability. Tel fordN hits well and  en eadieR the iipgregatlon throughout.  Stolen br.'s!***' on hlns were not -aui-a'ei--  ous either.  On the defensive Creston's Infield  play was the outstanding feature of  the Gln-sh. Ted Staples had a very busy  day of It tit. short and handled them  all without a slip. At third base Fred  Christie, while not quite m* buwy, wuu  equally reliable, and the second base  quiredTto  months. -W. ,W. ^HaH*8 terioi astrji*^'  tee has ^expired ������s^>*������*ell as B. J. ������L  BichardBO-i*s year as auditor.    '-        'c-~  Mr. and Mru. ]S. W. Klingensmith  left by-motor on Sstturday. fbr Yahk;  where* t&ey will b^j-sins-d 'by" Mr. and  Msgv.Herrtck oii a .Week's vinit to Calgary for the etnmpede and exhibition.  "&wo months,XSory zu������ w Jimog������emplbyed  in a garage if**, that city.  on  Mm. B. Dew and son, Arthur, from  Priest River,   Idaho,   were   renewing  acquaintances at ISrickson at ."the end  of the week, having made the trip by  | auto, arriving on Satnsday.  - Mr. and Mr?. J. M-. Craigie and (Mr.  and Mrs. Dolf Weir got away on Saturday for a three weeks* motor trip,  which Will take them as far as Portland, Ore. They are travelling in the  Overland Mr. Craigie '"recently purchased from  P. Trii8cofct.  At the annual meeting of the directors nf the AHBOciatell Growers of B.C.  at Vernon last wnek. R. J. Long was  named 'representative t������f the Creston  Valley on the bourd.  Mr. and Mrs. Armstrong of Stavely,  Alberta, were viwltora here a few days  lost week, guests of Mr. and Mrs. Roy  Telford.  W. R. Long whb a businesB  visitor  at Nelson   at   the   end   of   the   week]  getting buck on Sunday in a 1025 Ford)  coupe, having trod d in his Mi-Laugh  lln for the new car.  .B_V_l������.a.mn-gvmmmm   mnmn.vihn   frjjat  following as winners of honor vqlts fbr  the term just ended: Proficiency���������-  Kntb   Clayton. .   *_5eportsaent--������S!ais  Eriekson has.this year carried off  the 5.C honors for being the first  point to uhip cabbage In carlota, A  minimum ear of these was loaded out  early Monday morning by Creston  Growete, being the sole firoduct of the  Bam Fraser ranch. It rolled to 2U"Kiuaa,  Susk., and was of the Copenhagen  Market variety, some of the heads  weighing as high as eleven pounds,  and. averaging about nix pounds.        "  'Miss Maude Botterlll, an Erickpon  July bride was thoughtfullv lemem-  bcred by ������, ho-nt of frl-������iridii at "a  '"shower** at the home of Mra. Putnam  on $*rlday night at which she waa the  recolpiont  of  large    and  pracUcally  Clayton.    Regularity and punctuality  Helen Nouguier, John McPherson. "  Miss Wood, teacher of Division If.  of Canyon school, has issued tbe term  et)d report as follows: "Winners off  Honor Rolls. Proficiency���������Bessie Hurl*  Deportment���������Helen Johnson. Punctuality and regularity���������John Spencer.  Promoted from Grade 1. Junior to  Grade 1- Senior���������Annie Berggren,  Grace Bond, Evelyn Speaker* Raymond Humble, Stella Zaehodntk.  Eric Olson <Snndmone>, Cyril Abbott.  . JpSrom Grade 1 Senior to Grade 2-���������  Clarence Burns, George Foreman.  John Spencer, Walter Johnson.  From Grade 2 Junior to Grade 2  Senior���������Jane Browell. Remaining In  Grade 2 Senior���������Franklin darttu  From Grade 2 to Grade 3-^-Naida  Barnhardt. Dorothy Palmer, Lillian  Nelson, Leonard Bond. On Trial-^-  Jack Clayton. ^ -  From Grade 9 to Grade * 4���������Annie  Garland, Agnea Johnson, Mildred  ZachodnicVT On Trial���������Marjorie He.  Pherson.  From Grade 4- Junior to' Grade 4  BsGicr���������Ka2sn ^sihssass, .*!!=** Westing, Ls������ter*-P*ichln,   R. J. Speaker-  From Grade 4 Senior to -Grade '5���������-  Annie SSachmlntk, Holly Bond, Bessie  Hurl. Bobby Rale. Wtlt&m RIdd. Sld-  Iney Abbott, Joe Clayton, Bertha  Burns* Cecil Burnt, Bvon Berggren.  | Alberta Robinson, ������ Helen Browell.  Remaining in Grade 4 Senior���������Beryl  Taplin. Ellen Browell.  Winners    of     MacLean     Writing  CerUflcates���������John    Spencer  Clarence  ���������_3"arw**. Georf*** Foreman, Walter John*  son, Grace Bond. Annie Berggren,  Stella aZaehodnik, Evelyn Speaker,  Lillian    Nelson,     Nalda    Barnnardt,  chosen lot of gifts for her new home. I Agnes Johnson. Annie Gartland, Mil  A very   line  line   ol   hospitality wa������!.dt-ed2Ucbodulk������ Helen   ."*-���������������*-*���������1������. a������������  oispensed  liy   the   hostess   and   her  aaslatan&tii, the must-lc and other mnirsc-  | ments and refresh menta   being   thor-  work of Joe Goodwin deserves honor- joughiy eojoy-wl by il.* m������-K������> tu*������i^p������*aj..  Johnson, Alice  Wealing, liobert. Speaker. Holly Bond,  Annie 2&a-ch<rwJrt1k, Beryl Taplln. Beswle  Hurl.   Bertha  Burns, Sidney Abbott,  JM������ *" *>"**     **-*"*��������� * | THE    REVIEW.    CRESTON",    T>.    C.  You   have   been   intending  to   try   "Red  Rose."   Why not now before you forget.  *$$&t  Is good tea  04  The ORANGE PEKOE is extra good,    fry it!  W^orlJ Conditions  Steadily Improve  a^a----^ala-_na������_Wa--��������� ���������       H     "i ��������� ��������� _���������  Announcement of tbe return of Great. Britain- to the ,gold standard" on  "April 2S-*is the most s-ipmineanl event in world economics since the signing of  the "Armistice. Simultaneous "with Great Britain identical notion wa's taken  by Australia and New Zealand, Holland, and "the Dutch East Indies. Canada, is already on a gold standard basis and South'-Africa ��������� will' ro rert to the  gold standard on July 1.  The effects of this momentous decision was at once seen in'the rise of  the pound sterling on the New "York market to the highest point in. ten years  and only less than t'oiir cents from full par value. Reversion to the gold  standard means greater stability in trade and commerce the world over,  ���������which, irom the standpoint of Canada, 5s of vital importance because the chief  difficulty confronting the producers and manufacturers of this couhtry *-ince  the close of the war has bopnVie unstable, fluctuating'and'at times chaotic  condition of European markets. - ,  In making the announcement in his budget speech, Mr. Churchill, Chancellor of the Exchequer, said:. *"VVe hare* entered on a period, on both sides  of the Atlantic when political and economic'stability seems more assure-i than  n has been for some years/' '" .   .  Keturn to the gold standard means an end to the, enormous loss resulting  from the adverse rate of exchange on the English pound, sterling in the  United -States,   Canada   and   other   countries.       It  removes   the  -uncertainty  Arab  Idea Not Original  Wearing. Mourning As "vS*?������r,*_. "M; Pi<saPL  proval/Kas Seen "tJlone 3&efdre, ^;"  The Arabs' \v;Ko wear mournfng to  signify iheir-tlisapproval ok'Lovfr-'Bal^  four's "visit to Palestine have_not.li.it  "on any -\_ory new idea. In England  the s'anie plaii has-been tried by'civil  servants.-. >. Jul. 1897, .on April i.-the  recommendation's of the Tweedmouth  ��������� committee were* brought into force in  the post office. On the day the  scheme- became operative, the men attended Uio. various offices wearing  black ties, and-the women operators  wore crepe bands.  French Will Construct  H_ge 'Aeroplane Base  Wheezy Chest Colds  Qaai*_l__a_l    (Wov    Niolrf  Trained   Nurse  Tells   How  Colds- Are  Quickly Broken Up  N Eft Vf LINE  A Home Necessity  /Speaking of valuable home remedies that every, mother should always  keep oh hand, Nurse Carrington says:  "I haven't met any preparation more  dependable   than    'Nerviline.'      It    is!  fvlac^ine-^Cwfll J3e   She*   Into   Air   By  , ^"1?        .-1^*i-?PlJllt Sirfrtem -^_  -'���������AUhuge^aero$jIJlii.e base is to be con-'  & true ted ,b--Jtlie. French Goyernment.at  Cherbourg, "sixty miles from the nearest point" on the English coast and only  1*^0 .miles from .London. It is being  built with the idea that a European  war cannot conie within. t������.cn years, and  it will have provisions to make it ^effectives against inventions that may  be "developed during that time. Monster _Qghtin"_ machines carrying tons  of gas bombs, which can kill off* most  of London's population" within a few  hours, will be boused underground,  protected by steel embattlements that  can resist any air attack. Th& difficulty, of-haying a takftig-off' field to  run aeroplanes up. will be* obviated by  arranging a catapult system by which  machines will- be shot into the" air.-  "Hello Baddy-dont  Slip a package fn  your pocket when.  yoatfeo home to-  - nlght-t  -;-- - - .... -  - .        7       .<-"-  Give the y-onngslerj  Ihi* -wholesome^ long-  lasting tm&sr- Tor  plea5iu������������iSbgnejfll.  ���������Vse it yourself after]  .smoking or .when'  ���������work drags. ItS a ]  i^i-eatlllUe freshener)  Gave  Name to  Douglas ..Fir  Tree  Was .Discovered   In   Oregon   100  Years  Ago  By David   Douglas'  One hundred years ago, April 7.  1825, David Douglas discovered Douglas Fir, the tree that bears liis name.  In   1825   Douglas  was   suryeying-   the  the ideal liniment; every drop rubs in   Oregon territory, now    the   state    crt-  ���������it is. absorbed quickly, eases and re- i . .  lieves congestion in a short time.   For   Oregon,  but at^that time British ter-  congestion  chest colds,-pain in the side, stiff neck,  earache and toothache, I have found  Nerviline invaluable.      In treating the  minor ills  that  arise in every home,  formerly existing in world money markets, and likewise removes what was a ; nQthing is more  efficient than Nervi-  .       ,.      .     ���������     ., ...__    .'._.,__.   a ^..--  > I line."     **  For nearly fifty years Nerviline-has  been a household article in thousands  of--Canadian, homes. Get a 35c. bottle to-day.y   ; -  severe handicap on all international business.  Now that Canada is. becoming more and more an exporting country, the  importance'of the action of the British Government can hardly be over-estimated. As already, noted, the chief'difficulty "confronting the producers of;  Canada for some years past has been in the- marketing of our products abroad,  and everj* step taken to re-establish world-confidence--and-stability"in trade  and commerce means an enormous gain to Canada _  Mr. Churchill also announced the re-imposition of the old preferences  and th'e McKen'na duties which were abrogated by the Ramsay MacDonald  Government, and although this action does not affect food products,-because  Mr. Churchill remained faithful to Premier Baldwin's promise "to abstain"' from  any taxation of food, it-will nevertheless prove beneficial to certain Canadian  industries, as, for example, tobacco, sugar and automobiles.  Of particular interest to the- whole. British people is the reduction'provided in the budget in the Income Tax, which,is reduced by sixpence in the  'pound,, thus lightening to that extent tho handicap now imposed oh British in-  ���������*duj-.try by the enormous weight of taxation which innst be" borne in brder to  meet the huge interest payments on the war debt and provide for its gradual'  Jiquklalion.      As'in'the case of the return to a gold standard, every sfceptak-  i n to reduce the burden of taxation and revive industry throughput-the B������*i#~  jsli   Islets,   thereby   i--.-pmpin.fz  iin^-:fp]o.vn*ie-xt_ a^d -tairroasisg   the   purchasing  3 KJAver*"t������T.v������������������ *���������������������������f/'eople. means a larger and- more  stable market for Canadian  products. ' ������������������'"'- '      .  hi a recent interview Sir John Aird,. President and General Manager of-  Hit.- Canadian Bank ol" Commerce, stated that while basic financial conditions  in both/the* United States and Canada were sound, the.'return of international  prosperity was dependent on two things, the settlement of present European  financial difficulties and the adoption by the world of a gold basis. "After  I h������������Ki\.  two things occur," said Sir John, "progress must bevuapid."     7?"   .  Willi the entire English-speaking world on a gold basis a long step forward  li.i-. b'-cn taken toward the realization of these two essentials to woi;ld-wide  lm.-'m <*.**���������  development and prosperity. -'"y_  -        ��������� ��������� ���������   '       . ' " "j ��������� ���������  7 Will^arbh In U.J5. Parade  A Company of the Fifth Royal Black  Watch Highlanders   of  Montreal   will  ritory, on behalf of the Royal Horticultural Society of England, and first,  came across'" samples of the - famous  tree that was to bear his ;name. Douglas was very- much impressed at the  time by the virtues of Douglas Fir  and in his journal notations show'that  he measured specimens 48 feet in circumference and 227 feet high.  Miller's Worm Powders ���������do not need  the after help of castor oil or any p*ur-  . gative to complete, their tl?oi"oughnessk  march in th^Memorial" Day- parade ofi because  they  are thor6ug.__\::^u."tliein-  the Ahie-ricaii;;I_.egIon at New York oh   selves.      One dose of them, and'they  Of the 100,000 private houses in  Belgium destroyed during .the war,  &5f00G have been rebuilt. More than  1,200 miles of roadway have been restored.  Marksmanship:.,;'- practice   is   obligatory   on   all l&t^hiin-**   male y citiseifs;  ,.U������ty. e-en the^aees...of,.l8 sj-hd 45 ai*.d as  a reMM-^l-fck ^^^  best marksmen in tlie world.  tiegit  May 30; the British Great War Veterans'of America have announced. An  ofiicial reception and entertainment  has been...arranged by the New Yoj|1c  "Veterans Asoeiation for the^ Canadian  soldiers. ;, '  will be found palatable by all children,  will end the worm trouble by. riiaking  the stomach and bowels untenable to  the parasites. And ...not only this,'"but  the powders will -be cert alii, to exert  most beneficial influences in the digestive, organs. -    ���������       ,-';yy:.:, ,.';..  Canadian  Cheese  [ Would Have Baron Eyng Remain  HEAR? TROUBLE  SHORTNESS OF BREATH  Mrs. Geo. E. Bowman, Morrisburg,  Ont., writes r���������"I am writing yo_ a few  -lines to let yen. kneg-w of my experience with Milburn's Heart and Nerve  Pills. "Two yeai-sy ago I became very  poorly with my. heart and nerves and  whenever 1 took the least little bit of  0������"e -third     of    Cheese     Imported  Britain  Supplied  by Canada  ���������������"m iimbi.     puppllfil    om-ihtnl   of  by j Governor-General Is invited To "Accept  | A Second Term of Office  iho j     It 3s understood  on'gbod authority  However  the' gh-i  who looks "good!  isn't necessa.rl.iy- good looking..:,--.. ;u- .  ... An^il.f.pr^Alliyien.-r-The sailor, the  soldier, 'tiie. fi������tiernrl*S%*i^^  the out-door l^prer 'and all who: are  exposed to injury "and the ; elemeftts  will find in Dr. Thomas' Eclectri,c Oil  a-true and faithful friend. . To' ease  pain, relieve colds, dress wounds, subdue, lumbago- and overcome l-heuma-  tlsm, it is excellent. Therefore, H  should have a place in all hdme medicines and be amongst those taken on  a journey. 'AAA.,    x'  "* The'man after t> v.*oman's lie-art may  not wa-it it.      . y   . .'���������������������������;-���������  JHis System ������/as  Absolutely Cleared  So   Says    Ontario   Youth   After  Taking Dodd's Kidney Fills    -  fWr. Edward Dupuis Suffered vFrom  ��������� Kidney Ailmesnts and Found Relief  In Dodd's, Kidn������y Pills.- ^ -,  Auld, "Ontarip:-7-(gSp$cial).-���������"1 took  one box of Dodd's Kidney Pills and it  did me "so much good that I got a second box" arid it absolutely cleared ���������my  'system.-'.' --.^-y ,y-- -  1     suffered "from  rheumatism  and  back aches.   ������ I often had stiffness in  my joints and was  always tired and  nervous. .^Mj- head also used, tp ache.  I  am'.'a'ev'er .bothered now.*'  This statement conifes  from" Mr.  E."  Dupui������ybf -tlids placey -   -';. -���������;, :;-:-  y TMr.:.Dupuisysunered vfromf three7pi  .the various ills  that- accom^a-hy . any  kldriey. trouble,:    jThat's ^hy 7 ;hS JSf**-'  prompt-^ and" '''!''-pSrniiahWt-'''riellet\''-from:'''':-  Dodd's -Kidney Fills. :yT,hfey;:aetydir^ct-"- *  ly on the Kidneys, _ strengthenine them  ^and. o^aT-i'"jiri^ , j^bem   toydpth^r   full  work  of; straining  all ;the  ihi purities',  out of -the blobdi     Impurities fin the  blood :aKe;thessee*ds of .disease^..;:;.Dodd'si  Kid hey Pills make good h ealtii. by re -  irvoving  the  seeds of...disease.    Sound  Jkidneys.."mean pure blood.   TPure blood  means gbod health.  7 ">'���������-.'���������'������������������ ~'\        %.  A   Real ^Asthma   Relief.       Dr.  J.  D.  ICellogg's Asthma Remedy  has never  exercise my. heart would start to jump I heen advertised by .extravagant statements. .".    Its  claims  are  conservative  and flutter. I could not walk upstairs  without having to sit dawn and rest  before I^was half-way up, on account  mporterf   into - Gr^.-ir.    Briton I that   Baron   Byng   will   be   invited*to   of my breat-h becoming.-so-short.  ������"lU>l-'S  iturin*. Tlii*. tas.t rhr--��������� y������-:u\s. In that 1 serve a second term as goverhor-gen-  -.<vt.o<i_. of ft;j^,'.i.N:v.li0i't lbs. of e'i'-t'.s������-! eral ot* Canada. His five-year term  iii!5������.."-'ti d by Gr**-:-" I"ri-;.in. Camulu j expires in. July, 1926, and it now ap-  M!;i*,v'i"tl sm.l ;:v.."^*< lbs. ("anad���������*'.*-: pears very post'Ibh* that^he will re--  t-v'ior-s o"' rut-i.s:- to tin- Mo.lit-r (,'oun-! main for a further term.- There has  ;.;.. ari- inf-ri.aj-ir.a. y������-arl.-, all hough ! been mncli speculalion sis to who will  jiiici-'.s '"������������������,������������������ i.h������- hi-.-i a'itnittiiaii flUH'si! '  in-r-tajy. nin from s'tjur to --is-hi. shil-j  lins-.- th i* l*������ng hnndra-rtw������'ighi highi'i' j  l"jjrm  i'or X������-v.-  /.t-atriml  <-ht't'-,i-, |  succeed Baron Byng.     Whether or not  he will suocf-t-cl himself now seems t.o"j  bo a matti^k* for his own choice.  A  'lo'llur   'Ti  the  Tin-    [lOCiitJl.  hi-.ni.'n  wort 11  l "���������'. o in  Tls������*   while   racvs  r>urniuitbt-rt'il by tlte  i wo i <> on I*.  of   the  world   tire  dark   nations by  c  8H 'frffl!'Tflj|i     ������gjgte^   HPUMito   m^     m Mm*  LDREN Lry for  I commenced takltfg  MILBURN'S -^  HEART AND NERVE PILLS  and in no t^me 1 felt a great-,improve-^  ment,   and   can  now   heartily, recom-*"  mend   them   to   all    those    who   are  troubled    with    any    affection of the  heart." "-  II. at N, Pills arc for salo at nil  drug and Keiif-ral. Btores; put up only  by The T. Milhurn Co., Ltd., Toronto,  Out.     "  A3berta  Oil  Fields  Will  Drill For Oil  From  International  Boundary  Line  to Arctic Circle  OH drillin,- in ji field'jvliich stretches  from Fori Norman on tho rim br iho  Arctic CHrolr!, to iho Alberta-Montana  border, is l.o bo undertaken this*, year  hy the lnii.or.ial oil Company iu itn exploitation oi: lhe Alberta und Norlh  WobI: Ton-ltoriof- flolil.-*-���������. A . drillJng  pnr'y will start for Fort .Norman, -in  llu> uorlh, tin soon its navigation opens  thhs t-prlnK.  indeed, when judged by the beneAts  when you buy this remedy and you  -will hot have cartise for disappointment. It gives "permanent relief in  many cases where othert so-called  remedies ha 'o utterly failed.  go the British officers -won't have to  worry about, keeping their spurs poi*  ibhed. the. use  of stainless steel has  been    approved"   by    tlie   British war  office. ' ��������� i,  St. Mawes,' E!nK., is known a.s the  Mecca.l>E the.Methuselahs, one-fourth  of the population being more than 70  ^eaiH of age. One man is 100, living  wkh his "boy" ot80.  Corns cripple the feet Jind ma^ke  walking a torturey yet sure relief in  the shape of Holloway's Corn R'eniov-  et* is within reach of all.       " ,-....���������������������������  Prisbhers awaiting, trial in French  prisons are deprived of tlie-ir bootlaces,  collars and ties, in caso they attempt  to destroy- ihemselve-s.      ** ��������� '.'  ' '    *   "   '  I    il    ���������    i    in..  .  ���������        '      (  *      Kept the Dollar  "At   Iho  house   party   I   mlstpok   a  celebrated   millionaire" for  tho butler  and "tipped him a dollar.'    Afterward  he had a good laugh over tho affair."  <4A whimsical episode to be sure."  "Yes, but ho never handed hack the  dollar."  iV  JKe-wShoes  So  ShoePolisK,  M-_Jk.es*'--������  likc    nc  ,IM '  Il' II  I.     llH  Chi-ifi ������riu    i.*>    ���������.:.-> (ye-. :;.'iiiy    pi'c-  p.-ircrl   In   rcliev"*   Infant-,   in  firms  a'tti'l   Cliil-lron  -ill  .'-^ch  of   rnn:-tij).'itir>n,   Flatulency,  Wind  Colic   and   Diarrlie.-i;  nf?,i)'in������   Fev*rishnes-.   arising  Ihere-  fron),   nnd,   hy   re^ulalmjic   the   Smni-'uti   anrit   E'owds,   aidti   the  assimilation of Food; giving J.ealtliy and wainr;*! .������"lecf>.  Tn rivoid itnif.-icioji'.. alwriyn look* for tlif -tif-nnttif't-t -of   <-������/rl" -*d'/yT&'JcJ&sl/.  ^.Ii'.tthin-lj   I I;in;ilt���������������������������.'*. - N'Va n,>->i:iti--'t,     I'Ityiiri:tn''   rvrrywhrrr  r*.������:otnnir������id  tt.  Protspective Tradfc Agreement  Til.'       '"lMlHllll-"������l*m.t1l       WOSl        IlldlOH  ronfiM'ttnci1. with a vlr.-w to nrranglnj*  ui now tratle and liuiiHporlatlon ngrec-  ! ni������*ni. holwi'i-n lit mho count rleH, will  {.:":c phi.!-'.- In <)tt;i*.*/fi on ,1tin������* T,V.h, :t-r.-  roi'dlng In ntt ol.Uilrtl Hiinoimcement.  ii(i|ii'������.Ht-iiliiilvoM ������������f ilu. {."nutuliiiu (iov-  ������*iiim������-nl, It'iiiiiitln, i^icwiii'tl IhIiuuIh,  ^V'ln(lwar-ll ttvlmitl.--. Ilarhadoes, Trlnl-  dtul, Bi-IiIhIi (juiiMiii, Januilrii nnd Jlrlt-  irth MoHiiiaiit.H, will  Im in, utU'iulauco.  Proved safe by millions and prescribed'-by physicians for  Headache    Neuralgia  Pain Toothache  NeuriJ is  Lumbago  Rheumatism  Mi*"*arfl'H     Liniment  i:������tJ I lu.mra  for    Corns    and  VV.  ,N,  15"? ti  Accept   only   "Baver"  pack-i^e*  1 ii-. i-ii V   L-|lir-|        mm'"mmmm\.im        wi^%wmmmtmt \������% nl wnmn (*.ln>pi>__<������^.ai.l.l������l.iia..  ���������which coritains proven directions.  Handy   ''Bayor"   lioxea   of   13   tiiblcta  Al������.bottloa'oC 24 and J00���������DruB������latH,  AHplrtn  1������ tlt-t irn-1*  itm-i-k  <M>������Hi-h-rffl 1m  C������������-i"*iy ������*f nnyj-r ������r������-������nfit<'ltira-i nf Nrot������nfn*a*"tla-!.  ...ir.c.Ui oc "-iiu/iu.uu. (ita-t.- Wk>i:, .\lu\, ".\, :*.. .������.."y   -"'w'* ** i" ���������"*'*'���������" ><-w"  IhavK Aiiplrlii mi-nn* liitj������rp mmi.urn������������tttro. to wnwlut th������ pnWln ni*. l-mt lintl.HtltmM.  tlio "I'mlili'M  vt Mayair Cotnpaujr  will i������ ntKiupctl wltu   itielr ������**iior-"l  it������c1-i  nutrlr,   tUn   "Unyor Owm,"  y  *>.   K  C s  t- TKE   REVIEW;   CRESTON   B.    0.  Excellent lyia^jcet in Sritaih   ���������-  For Canadian Cattle Skould  ;-..-     Encourage Livestock Raising  ii  Tb Visit Canada  -y"SU'ck,to livestock, raising, and in-j  crease- the dutput of more -cal tie," Is t  .he" ad.yiije_.CP jjbniario" and westVrn j  breeders P.tjrt^\fepHers--o;ffPi'ecl by Co!. '  I'I. A. 'MurtinsC of "Winnipeg, on his ���������  return from .a," trip, to Great Britain  and' IrelandVjij-t- connection - with, his I** y  business of .exporting .cattle to the}  British market.'' - ,'  What's Doing in  Saskatchewan ?  (Continued   from Last Week)  Walter   P.    Davisson,    Author *of  "The  Three   Pools"  Tht-re   are >, various   matters   of   the  , "first  importance' which   are   agitating  _������L point stress-ecf by Cot. Mulling in ' and vitalizing Saskatchewan minds to-  reviewing conditions-as he jound them i da?'-  an������*-  in-   connection  witb  which,  .    ������ -; .*.   --3 __ c-     .  i neither thr* yeas or naos are missing,  was that never,,while he was m Scot-   Sttch probW:ms as ljmilin5? the powe������a  land, jtlid.^e hear a .complaint against j of the senate; the.transfer of ihe na-  Canadian' feeders.-''. ^''Buyers* of our . tural resources from ledoral to pro-  cattle,'' hre-declarea "found them sat- i vincial control, the blending of the  . WW? tV cvfrr .fSta__c< ana.- they; ff^.ff l^Slm. "S _SSuS  repeatedly-askecV how-soon they could j into the .Saskatchewan I-h gislalure an  expect a greater supply."    --.    . j adequate     fighting     opposition;      the  ittle, ' ho   pointed- out.; necessity of peopling iho vast  empty i  ^-n   -tr-r'ni-mi I ^I^es in the provinces along existing  , ���������   . J( , ,    ,    ", 'lC-coanij lines or railway; \he hope that a way.  or their more thoroughly healthy con-   may be found 1o balance  the mighty  dition  and-the..added, fact-that  they.j farm   tonnage   with   urban   industry;  F,  __rf ���������v. Le it,ytww  '"ntso_t"l:i_X'"BirT_2S   oin  Not -^-Materialize ~Aiid Farmers  Are Commd Back To Canada,  ' fc-  Ci dicers of the Canadian department r-Saskatchew.  of Immigration and Colonization in the ! start."  United States continue to meet many 1  LU  Irving  tO      get  lli'W  Canadian  wc-re. preferred, to . Irish  soon  commenced^ to "do well"  as  4th*ey we're"p-it oh feed".'* ��������� *-"  .*_���������   A point of great importance as  as j the demand that Ihe -alcoholic appetite  of the people be catered to, neither by  jibe prohibitionists  nor  the liquor in-  %      - - al~   terests, but irom the middle-ground of  -.ectihg  ilu.* marketing    of    Canadian | government stores:  and,    finally,    the  de termination   that   co-opc-raiivo  marine hide  bushels  and  there^throaghoul ,ihe* province, there  are those.-who9 look across ojir southern borders in a somewhat vague spirit  /of   secession;   but   1h-.y   are   a   small  class in comparison 1o those wh<_> look  away to the east,.and beyond���������to the  ut ["Mother of Nations: ' -   '  i A   Farmers'  Parliament  CAPTAIN .ALEXANDER   RAMSAY  who will ommancl the flagship Calcutta upon the occasion of the visit  to Canadga.1" waters in June of the  eighth British cruiser squadron. Captain Ramsay isrthe husband of Princess Patricia, daughter of the Duke of  Conn aught. _,  Fourteen >eas*s ago, Mr. Jacob Aad-  per-sons who have "Lound ir^m experi- j land, of Mapleum, Nurtli DakoUi, -i-������>ni  epce. that  the  expected   opportunities ! to Saskatchewan and located at SIiauii-~  in the Uiaited States have not materi- . a von.       He a^c-nt  there wiih i t-rv   lit-  a-**" t *  alized.      These people are consequent- j tie money;-just enough io got a start  ly returning to farm in Canada. Ion  a-homeotead       J-3-j   has   don<*  ox-  - Among such examples the statement ceedingly well since moving to Wppi.-  ol"*Mr. P. O. Warner, ot Illacklick, ! ern Canada. He now own.s four s.<c-  Ohio, to the Canadian immigration j tions ot laud, nearly all under cultiva-  and colonization agent at Columbus, ' tion and clear of encumbrance. His  Ohio,"'is  typical: improvements, -stock"  and    machinery  "in justic? to Canada, I feel it m> ' are valued at several thousand dol-  duty to tc-lt you why wo are going; lars. Mr.-Aadland is but one of about  back.      We lived in Southern Alberta ��������� fifteen or twenty families who left this  portion  of North Dakota foiy Western  Canada, about the same yt-ar.      All of  fourteen  years, and  although we had  ^"r"*'       fafara..       Cl'Op.S  c-i's oh. this sld^.pi-Tthe Atlantic to at-  - rangp- fot* shi: mc-nj^of stheir.-fo*idejf,-cat*  .tie during tho first six months of the  .-year, so as to avoid their coming into  5"Competi:ion  wiih  the  Irish   cattle  off  '-grass,    wliich    began    to    arrive  -'market aft^j* mid-summer.  /   While in  laohd'on,  Col.? MuH_ns,-5n- 5 ^ Re^l5^ there was a convention of  a  t, -",>-��������� ta,    x-l--a'- - 7 7.     iilxe Saskatchewan gram growers.      It  t-rviewed thfl British ifliiister, ol Jig- j ^afe significant to see this great gath-  ricuttuiv,   als.o*th������   piiytCLe   sq_cretary ' ei'ing of. Uie growers from ^,11 ends of  ,in    Sir    Aiickljind \ieddc.s'^offict-;>aiid   tni"-'jprbviii^e.    T-h'efi-* i-esolhtions could  -put forth a"claim for the admission of   5?m^el���������1,^p1fc<' ii-,not J>" \he ������owct of  ;.;,        ,. a    -ra -a   ��������� a i ^ i1 he  ballot  box,  then  by   their  sanity  '^.Canadian piws to Bnlain mi the sara* . an(]  wisuoni,  loss land; *���������   -  I hear the summer storm outblown���������  - the dripsoft-the grateful wljeat;  I heat" lhe hard-trail telephone a far-  ofT horse's feet."  indeed, it has been lonely in the  pasi; and the Kipling 'Solitudes are  still vory'real conditions for those  more than "20 miles back from the railways, and ijor those who are out on.  the frontier to the north. .- But things  and times are changing. Today the  fences of isolation are coming down,  which,  for  generations,  have  divided  them, according to Mr. Aadland, have  done well-  Mr. Aadland says in a letter to his  brothel,    P--i<-*f    Aadland,  ol   Horace,  gome   poor.^crops   we ���������alsa   had   some j  very  good   ones.       The   country   was!  i neAV, ihe soil was fertile,-and with a  reasonable     amount    of moisture we  could  grow  anything we" planted.  We grew cabbage that weighed 22" jsrorth Dakota, who i* leaving shortly  lbs. per" head and oatsr55 bushels _ur ; for Shaunav_*ij, Saskatchewan, that he  acre. Sixty-six bushels per acre or \ -would not jt-ium to North Dakota to  ,No. 1 "Northern wheat was grown onifR1.D, ajjaln if they gave him back his  our land the "next year after we sold ! 0!d~farm for nothing- Mr. P������>ier Audit, .although we'had never grown that j laml ia RiVing- np a #ood iiobiiion in  much.. We had lots of room to raise j North. Dakota and going wiih hi., wife  cattle and horses on a school section ' and three children to make his home  adjoining us, tho rent of which, eost^us j in weaiom Canada. His brother,  very little. > 1 Jacob   Aadland.   has   bf-en'trying  for  move  t'  ada, is equal lo, or better in some in-"f  the ^rural^workers."making    each  economic  law * unto  himself.  barriers    hive   -narrowed the  These  mental 1  Xhe school system of Western Can- j s<?Veral years to induce-him to  E/and has tin ally succeeded.  r  *- Dan   Fisher,   of   Detroit;-- Michigan,  who   was  born  in  Glengarry  County,  stances, than in the    United  Our    children    always  there anywaj*.  States,  bettor '  I  ! Ontario, and farmed in Bruce County,  rheclnnaicis.criSPand.coldinwm-|Jntai..0)   ^.nfc  iQ   Deiroit ~two   years  &n | ter and delightfully cool and pleasant j  i in summer.  The settler,-*-!!! find vory ]-n the factorIes therek.  As  one  expi'essed his  Here is the finest indica  v   insp-eeted . lhe * cuttle j tioli 'of the-greater  Sasltatche"vran  to  K'ieii .���������fr that   poft*"'and t be/ / *->nd- tlial-ia.hoL to say that" the  ^footing as l.-isli  cows.      While at S1. j jmpr-ession:  A- John,   N.B.,   lit  .-shipping   faciTiL-���������,���������   .    ,,.-_..  ... _���������_._,___  ;.~.       .   ,. .,__.,.    . . ,   .   ^_    .     7VjieROltit_ions  emanating from that agn-  yiound them .ill that could baf*I������-ire-l"^uHm.al !)in.]iamRlt vore all 0r.aa!i%_i_  --as   regarded   convenience" of  loaning, | pink peaeo.      Kot at"alL      I take  *. iVtdiriK, Jind, in lact. in t.-very r������*>spect. I following  ringing  challenge,   from  "Si.   John,   ho   Sitid,   was   tho   feasible' P*-e"������aenUal address of Geo.    F.  A-     .     . .    ..        _.,        ,. .,    , wards to the assembled delegates:  -^���������shipping    port    for^   Canadian    caitle.s     ������^0   in. Ilu  A.fauniiii**r and wlnteV.  uie  the  Kd-  ; ago and since then has been working;         _��������� ,. ,..-.* "������ ��������� ���������_r . jn tjie faotorIos; there.      He is now of  outlook from the farm, and in a hun-1 Uttle ������������������< ^'* a. physician there, Foggy, J the   opinion   that   farjning  in   Canada  dred ways have sapped the elemental' gloomy days are almost unknown.      I *  power of those who work odi the land,   believe the sun shines'350 davs evt.-rv  It is that isolation, and liick of leisure,   veal.  which, combined to send Mr. and Mrs.' ' ' ,_."  -Maimer bcca&ionally to m* low a. ruifg ^e w*r** induced by our-volaln-**"  in -"-ill* economic ladJi*r which they j to come back to Ohio as wagt*.; *-,^re  th"**ms**Iv*,s-'Consti'Uci, ;_    <rnnii  iia..T-e liiiti because fanners her*;;  .   In    Saskatchewan    tho growers are [ always make a good living.     From our t  farming xn  offers bettec opportunities and he has-  made arran^c-ments to go to Alberta  1o take: up laxi-1. ^  John    A. . Mitchell went to Detroit  last   yeai   f 'om    Armstrong    Corners,  ��������� N.B.      Things have not gone as well  ^west   believe   that   we  broadening  out,, to   the   cl--ar   call   of'  unity���������plus the Prderly merchandising  of their products.      Telephones, good  Map of  the  Moon  IJiave rievei- been'fairlv trealed by the:.\ roads,  automobltes., agricultaral fairs,  JN-Oovernments   of  Canada��������� irrespective S an(i the miracle that i.-, radio, are play-  1 of party���������in re'gard to the fiscal^policy' ^" *"*-""' ���������+~ '������ ^--������---*������.-���������������-_������-��������� ���������������������  .,One Pre'pa"pve"d Byr/������illgrish"Astronomers  '-' Is the Most Reliable  '''     Visible so much  of the  time under  of "the-, country dtijring the-jjastrlorty  years..''_      "'���������--   * j-,"/>..  jTp.\- \A ,  *", "As'.td w-h-si-heritha-t^Viewpoii^t-ii-" accurate  or  rft5t/"do"bs   not. cpmr?-'within  the scope of this article: lint there is  clearly a "fir���������-n. faith behind those words,  favorable contlit ions,  the  side  of  the \   <\m\ 1hen. too, I find the    following  ���������"moon -oward" tho earth has been map-! ^race of political decisions unanimous-  v      , t. - i   .. ��������� ,. ,,.ii.. I ly passing through ihe  Saskatchewan  y-ped   more   olten. and   more   carelullj . ie;;isiaiUyC. Qn u,0 saui*- day, i.������., Jan-  \than  any like area ���������under human, ob-! uiv7y Sth. 1925:  jsorvatlon.       Following  th������s -invention!-   1.    "That    the    British,,   preference  of ihe tei-"-'*���������^ "���������> tcm   m-mli" ^i^itIs i should be increas-nd'to 50 per cent, of  ing integral parts in the-enrichment .of  rural life ,in Saskatchewan; keeping  the people',--abreast *<>t" Qurrent affairs;  -making .the farm ^increasingly attrac-  "tive to the .'teen ago boys and girls;  and enabling" the farmers to "tune in"  on the information and- culture affoi-ct-  ed by Tecturers, singers and musicians  in a hundred cities. Tho loneliness  of t*ie pioneers is being forced out to  the northern fringes of settlement.  "Even there may be seen the comniiin-  i ity radio se-t, as lhe centre of all cars,  experience bore and in Wes1-*rn Can- . as ^pected by him and he nas deciueu  adas   we,   a   iamily   of   iight  persons.po return to Uls native countvy and la ���������  would 0  thousand times rather liv^ in |to t5��������� at Gv':indo *���������^ A������a*  is ensiei" for a farmer to-,     Jcihn McCarthy, a native of Ontario,  Canada. Tt  make a living thprc. The laboring  man-here has little chance to make a  homo as it takes all his w^ges to Jive.  I earn eight dollars' per jlay and I find  it takes all" E can save in summer to  carry;_ us "over an idle time- in-winter,  so at the eud of a* year I ^anjusually  balance my..ledger with-a zero; so wo  have our plans made and \vc- are going  -to "drive through in a motor truck. Wc  y were*  m  eh������scoi������e in IC10, crude chiirts j should be increas-nd'to 50 per cent  i     u'-.-/-i������isr������      ir^^t-....,   ������^.-i   thfi general tiU-iff".  ^^eftb^G^ilc^Jpnti*na,And    ;:,2^.That^newtiation3K^uml���������. -h^  en-  ;oth^syiaha:iaS1692i:ya?ccbrdin^ i������-;tt.r|d tirtp %:^^%G^^{-nMi&j^jo^&e^.  ise, i-ad"yi. wi'tli^  ed States', \vitli a^'view tb'estaTbliBhihs  in touch with great centres of urban j will  camp on lhe  way and enjoy tin-  life���������Portland.   Bos 'Angeles.   Denver, J scenery'as if will he our last trip west,  historicalyreview  by,- Wdi.j^prthou  P.R.A.S.,    tlm    elder    dsissiWi, bf the , .        sj       ......    ���������  iSParis    observatory,,   introduced     tlm a^procity omlines:j.imilar to those  :��������� modern system of naming details- for  identiificati6n;7 ���������Ca-ssini's map record-'  c-d 78 objects, including eight of the  maria or "i.oiis." '"  The ���������  most.;. reliable   of the. modern  "There.., will.; be many, who, see contradictory policies in these 1:wb; resolutions, passing through the provincial  legislature, on the same day, without  a. dissenting voice. Some will, concur  with   President  Kdwatds.   and   others-*  maps,   published   in   1910   and   likely j will as emphatically oppose' him. Still  ;.to"remaln tho standard for many years', j others will fear raising the reciprocal  ttwn*-   nrennr-*d  bv a irroun  of KriElIsh \ K,lost of 'lii11'   nor does^the principle  v;.,was pitpiuoi  ny a Moil   o    ,j;nBI'7M of the.BrlUsh prereronce lack earnest  ''^astronomers ilirect^d.by^VVa]ter Good-  .���������rj'aere.      The   tlraw^gs,   to   which Mr.  t :t"oodacro������:'|__^i&viiJ^ vv;ei"<3 redue-  '������������������ed.>4-i:ptibli'cjitipiv.ifrdm: an original ������dia-  -."'.^iieteijl.0^'-^7f^licljie^j.tb**.60 inches; *|t in  i.bas������*d'tjdn''cl"J-l.3^'ii^a^urcs of"'position  r.;.and visual und pliotogyaphlc ohBovva-  :|t!ons cxtL-rltlinp ov<-r, 30 yoai-H, Un-  ysido,'3 the drawn maps ' a nuinb<*-j" of  ^photographic atla-ves have* "aeon pre-  rparod, tlm Paris .a.tltiHr In three vol-  vlimes, cpntnlttlhR S3 plnt������*s from photo-  7graphfi of ISD-l to I00!>, Som������"-of tho  7t'*nhirged -rlivi.0.. tiro on a Kcalo of  '.^���������'������������������'eol. to tlie moon's dj nine ter,  Saskatchewan Lignite Coal  , T*b8.t8..   Qeina.   Made  pr������  champions,-. ; Out; op it all. however,  one titcrHnK fiact c'liierges���������Sa'skatch.e-  wan is..a"w?nlio!   ' 7 A A' "''������������������  -, Duiing., 1!>2^,'.'-, the . cities, towns .aiid  villngeR of the,province weiit-bn'to^tlie  bond n-iarketR for somoihing les& ihan  oi^o mJilloii dollar*..'      Of this borrow-  i ing, over $."00,000 was taken by public and private invc-.-ters Jn SaHkatcht*-  |. wan.      And    herd    aoemfl    to be thrv  proper point  lo note that. t*he  puhlic  debt   of   Saskatchewan   today   -"lands  at $5G,S3fa>.7K7, of which, over ^26,000,-  000 tire invested in revcauio-producinR  | utilities.      Pr-rhap?.  tho ficttinl relation  : of Ihlf* Indi'blcdneKH, to tho nnoriiinuf*  ������J j potimtial woalth of tho province, can  - bn* fociiKFtod lo the layman'B judgment  In no bc-Hcr way than to ptty that 1ho  public  debt  of  tho  city   of  Montreal  stands -it $100,000,000.  A Low Death Rate  ,.Dtvi'lrtC 3!>2J, SaHkatehcwah colel-pil-  ed rv,000 mavriagftft; mourned Tor fi,72S  hl'.her peophi who panaed over.a-woll-  ii  trriil   to  a'>"fn.*1b*������t'  w'**Ht"v and  Winnipeg. -QiipaROar-i. It, is,...genuinely  -thrill Engk.:: put Jon those entity frbntlei*_i,  to hear the glad e-atauiiIhg7woi:d from  CKC-K station located -at. Sas:katche-  wan's capital���������Regina���������  "Howdydo North Saskatchewan,  v..-.. Ilpwdydo?.-... ^.A.....CA--k... .-������������������������������������<���������������������������..-. .'<:::  And farther North Saska tcliewan, how  arc you?" 7   i  ,    .;..'        .���������_. -v\- ��������� . :      ���������'.... !,  A   Generous Ilxonnption*;  Law  ���������Being privnarily an agricultural area,'!'  Sibskatclmwan legislators come mainly '  from the farm, or from urban const!tit-j  encie-s intimately dependent upon ruWtl j  prosperity. It is .not Hi-rpvirfiiVf!, |  therefore, lo -find provincial legislatiph  framed' with it gri cultural wolf a re 'h.p'  the. central, cbnsld^i'aljjyfi. ���������i'Suska't-  chewan has a gehcrpusj'-cxevilptIons"  law as a'piotcctlvp; mejisure:;:ror lhe  farmers.^. Certaijii ftrridanVeiifill prop-  ortioH (real and' pbr_sonal) ni-ii .free*  from seizure. Even vindcr a chattel  mortgage th-*ftn propertio.** arn c.-xomjit  ���������always" provided Ihat tlm price di'  sanin does not form tho corn-id erht I oh  for which the mortgage was given; or  doet.  not form lhe miblocl. matter pi'  i'or we arc never coming'back.  I. ha,ve two friends who lived neighbors to us in Canada who camp back  a few year-*  ago.      They are now in  tlel't a farm near Regina four years ago  for Detroit. He has now decidod that  he likes Ca'iada better and thafTarm-  iug o/fors more opportunities than factor*.--work in a city. . He is returning  to.take up land near Regina.  Eddie Suocierlield,-witli his parents,  left a f*irm near Verdun, Manitoba, in  JOIllo^go to the'United States. Tbey  settled at Oiisville, Michigan. Mr.  Summerhcl:i is going'baek to Manitoba  with at brot'Art*.,. Ho told the Canadian  Government oiliee at Detroit that his  parents will follow him back to Can-  tula in April. They are.'-sorry they  ever- moved to thP United States.*  ^t'eod.       Fo'irte'en htishyls  of potatoes  for planiing,  ; 7, The ho"nest-r-ad"������������������ provided same be  not jnore thin .1(50 acres.  y.-S". The house and building,'' occupied  bj. the farmer lo I he'-oxteiit of $3,000.  v > Urban   Exemptions  Ih   comparison   with .the   1'ort.guing,  in  a re they cul ti vat ing t he -am ia ble Mr.  Cmim-cheq-i^v _ .that, ^ Saska.tchpwai>  made more biitfer 3it December. li������24.  than in AU������-ustTof liill..-So far uss  thcr'" winter monit3is .Jn... this .provincts  ;irti'T--c'Ohc������.*rned. tlieir ohe-tlhnf""miis-  terly .ihact.rvity** -^-���������o-.'i&Ti',  -���������:.'������������������-' -.:���������"���������-> vv* ���������������������������������������������  600,bjQD'''-.Ha^sepower,n.^U.n.deye|op^d. .  In tcrjus.-.'cir "agricuriural pppiiiaflon,  even  the mighty proportions' -Pf "Sa's"*  tlie "eity   nir.n'.*"   protection   Is . grimly  slim: ��������� N * kutchtwan have a .yery definite.limit.  1. Tho bo< hs of il jirofosi-'Ional mari.j There are J_-S.O0O.OOO acres under cul-"*  or tho tools titHinst-ary I'or tint pi-sictice  or the. man's (rutin or ivrbre-tsloii-tsto  the extent of two hundred dollars".  An Ingeni'ius siallsiicJan litis recently figured 'mil. Ihat. while lin.r*-  aros'rtiKV 50,110(1 I'sirnis of lr-etH.thsin RO  acres in Ontario, tliere ,\re only _l.00')  livatlon today, arid" there are-a* further 75,000.000 "surveyed" idle acre.s,  and a still further domain df 100,000.-  000 acres to-the north ehipiy and \m-  surv.i.*^<**L AUhpu^li you%������uu*4-.jpti!=!l.v  ponr the joint populations of Manitoba, ami Albert a'.(1,4S0,000') Into tha-  Hurveyed section of Sa%skatchewan.-and  \ of these  klitlol' larms in  Sasktitehe  [ wan.      On   he other hand, uh againyt I ther-t would be j;ii|| room and lo spare.  1(1,000 Ontario farms of more thai-^,200, the people  nre  beginning to sno  tho  the  Uidgmont uport which thosoxecdv i 'acres,   SaslcUlchfwau  bus  over  tion. Jf. .bnswl.      In    other    word.**, Aa : farms of tint size.      Thevein  creditor can  always  sisiK-i  ihe  ai-ljcle , est-f.nUal   story Ii������*h5nd  v'inten*-ive"  a.s   ������ni--"on wElh "he fn-!������.*-trltil development  for which  the farmer cannot, or will \ opposed 1 o "exteni-Jve"  farming.    The. of In r ,iiatu������*ul ios*.ui-cc;  not,'pay, Im;. must re.tpc-.l- the I'oJlow-  inig "'exemritlnns'-   in  l^ialJxln'g  on   a  II,t ll^aim  (    .a...       j.. ..,-������-.       ,,������. ���������,ir,.....,..r,       .v.      ,...������. ......  i*  S0,fi00 | enoruious p-Mtyitial w-Jahir behind ng-  lies the   rleultural  Saskatchewan    growing   .in  Brfquotltna : TpBla.   peino  Germany ahd"'Czoclto-S.ovakla  t:oninievcl,il te.sl'. of.hvImiri1lii-g_.Stt'H--  ktitchowaii lignite coal riro to lie mudo' welcomed    20,42fi    "brand now"' little  hi  ticrmuny, ("���������'.(-(.���������ho"-SloviikI:t."a.:cbhl-! Hlnir.ger.-i inlo.11.1** wnnderf,,] world  '���������"Irig to report,    ,11: Ih expected rhtif the  won  tesl   will  Inke  l������etwe������*tn  f-ix  and  eight  ,'woolis and iliat tlur results    Avill    ho  .Tihiinwn In liiim lo permit 1he remodelling  of  lhe l"h*nf'"li,  plant   in  Juno  il'  ���������'" 'he'" |t,''t*-   *il*'iV--  i\������   HlI'M"'" .-"tul   -���������.-'��������� "-'Ul I -  ���������,*i|������a1nil. -~.  a  The Ananias Club  "Uoris," .said Hie olfrj;,,, y*i h������ve hot  '; Hored on tin-job thin week ami as  I  ������'lo  not, wauit  to  he  pritd  far-."ivbht J  'lid n't do. T think }.fui lihoutd tlttclc tn������;  for i ha t hho wan {ed.'"  yM,..wai*aa.N.������...l.ai.aW.��������� i-mm ���������������������������*������������������'" ���������> -aa���������a-^a ������������������*��������� ������������������������> ntt^..ia.*^-^^-^n������^.a ��������������������� a.aaa^.w^~a>B!f#^M^w,M.������~a.^,^.^.>-w.i*.a  XV.     N".    II.    _l57.ri  only  province  ullli 'nland.; nl  laCv.,  There nrn til7 branch hanks  in Ilu  ; nr'������*." I nco,  ; f"n fhnteh owan f*-��������� 111 r.  ' In the Dominion whlfli  ; 7,ero   in  lhe -nm.11ft-   of h;>"_1ro  electric  ih-vehnnnint. However, ��������� the **nnr-  I nnm^ llu'ivl'i* fuel i*.!H(iurct-..s merely  , jiwaj"   *-������''<(''i'i-   )������������ (aj'ili*.   and  1he   Imtrli   (���������'.'  intliii-lrlnl TiMC'Pt-������-lty. and they will play  I their  imtt-  (.O.t.00.000,000 loiiHr  i     " EnrlchJno Rural Life!  i Speak Ing; of lhe HdUtudei-s of Ihn  ���������:' prairie. Jlmlynrd Kipling ������<���������! down it  j word-picture irtotm- yeni'H ago, No.lee  : lhe a������icitrac*y" .with which the poet"--  I Ri������nltiK������ ronvcj'H a nohhc of lhe em'ply  (Hpacets: y  *, "X M-f I ha- long grs-iFH HhiiltJi In Ihe Mill  | for league on either harjil;  I K'-e, s������ river loop antl run about a Iroe-  moiignge:  3, The n< (ret-.," a ry and ordinary clothing of ihe fanner and hi*-' family.  -   ,  2. It-urnit'ire, 'liPWsch'ohl^ liiriilHhlngR  and -dairy monHllH, to' tlib tixtent of Uvi'  hundred dollars-..  3. 'JMi'o iidccSHitry food fm* the farmer 'and hi.s frnilly. during- ?*pi months,  whieh may include grain, flour, wifhr  tabl-na and meal:���������olthov prepnrrd for  nun, or on foot,  4. Four oseii, hnrHe������, or mill en. or.  any'four of Humi; (\ e,nw;*,.fi i*ln*������-]*i.-'-1  pigs," fiO dninoH.Ic I'owIh* bt^Hldrm ihi)  smlmals tho I'rtrmrr may choose for  food purpo'-e.'., iogelhyr with food I'or  tlm name, from Kovemhtn- lo Api'll':  or .B'kjj" such *'/ thejit.*, jjjojilh.-- a.s jnaji  follow- the':hi1ti'bI' the nelKiirn,     y       '  fi.  The   htum.'iiK  iit.^*,e.sHti.r.y   Ht)'- U*\fy'.  nnlntals; I tvagon or ^ear.t'i-; 1 mower  or erndlo and t-eytho; 1' liri-nHIng plow;  1   eropH   plow;   1   Met   o<   hnrrowH*. 71  hnri-ie Hike; J i**'^s  Onlnrio wav ls-lhe betlM* way. It is | "There are linmen.se deposits of bride  itlno the s-afei' and nrore .proiluciive , ������nul tile clays, Bodluni' sulphale, and  wav. Ni'VL'r.h'.lt'f-i-,. no pen-pietiii'e of;-wo ft. coal in* Southern.;Saakatche wan.  KaHkatchi.-,V:in -would he in true focus, j In the north s;re the lumber and wafer-  117 IU- failtti Ur. Indicate tlm change i power r������*-?oMrces; also great nsii. tnr  which iH* l.ttl-ing .place in Stuskatehe-; ant| mineral, wealth���������-all ;.waiting e|U  wnn In llii.s teJ-'-eci'^ ���������  Tho .fertiUry of,tlie -toil,-and the re- !  ���������.ourcofnlne.sK  of   the   |ieo|'lr: of  Sits-,  kul.che-.van,., , from April to o^o.btr.  neeil nti reU'rence here. "They tire  ltnoivii throughent 1he''world; ��������� "Hut i������  Is gratifying lo hi* able to record  the  J'  not. \hn\. lhe*.be.**I h^IiuIk in the pro  nee   are 'h:-ing  dtVoiod   lo'-lhidiiig  ing machine; 1 hind-*  ov- :  a '  ,way Jn will *h lo make lh������- November  lo March  p*r!od  prod'tetive and -rev-:  onuo-bciiring.      The    iieoplo   -������r   San- j  kitu-hewan ;lre ta-ali/.ing   lhe ������������������t.tuioiuic  .lui������u*ljeaji  *������.'   'heir  iu-.lviiJi-..' lat-htK   JJJ41- i  lied to the ."-firing and muiniici- months.:  They are gofiltm I'retl'nl at the iib-a of.,  charging up twelve montli.'t' e_.penHe.-t'  aifcaiiiMt neven luoiithn* worlc. Xt������ in-1  dUHU'j- can afford ho long a Hhut-down. '  WuHhutehewan fnrnu-rH im* Kttrcilng to i  tu* irnr reaper;  1 ,M<*t -pf "nl^Ighjs;.^, sec-t! j knep htif-y ihrougliout ihe year.      For  drill!. I ijiHtaiiee,  I hey nr*-*- no longer  llliimln-  ("i. Seed grn In ������u|*ne.km ii| o flow nil hiR j al ing Ihn nlght-HhlcH in the rail with  hi null--under cultivation" (not exceeding ' j,. htr*i of t-liuw volcrinoes, They':t.re  100 itci'e������), af Urn rate of 2 bushel.' prr | umliug ������I1oh and 'wlnier*rot-ding v  aciM'~ lhe    -rnrmer    to    have ohotce of! more p roll table ptaetp-e.      So win iuly  A   Ihi'iltl   lire   thrower   Is  weapon  being  taken  into  tin  ���������.-T.--P'   Hy   Hit-    \V    It    Keld  gar 11 hi  life.  iirTiiit   oxploltailon,  Whb over dreams of Sas-ksi fche wan  wau'.������i"|iowr. ?'     At "this hour the mr-  hinie insinllalion It* nil,      Yet  the federal record"-, show  that there li> ji dependable   yearly   ((minimum)   Mow   of  ti'KU.'1-n hoivepowur in the rivers of iho  prov In co.      How -ran we m������*:iHiire what  (*G<i.">a>fr    hou'/e-.'ower    of potential  eji-  c-rgv'   amouitat   to?       Ah   an   example,  the   worlil-ftimouM   hiHtallaflon   of   tho  hydro kleciric comnii.-:ir:ion at  Niagara  Fulls* iodny n*j������*nsn*ni!5 ji toiulof r������r������p.noo  h.p.   ���������<-*!ia-Tf'*iTi*f.f' ---"d  ��������� Ulumlntttlnj--   the  eitit-n.  itrtvns".  villages   and   tarnis   ot  coalleH"- Ontario.      That is one oi  lhe-  worhl's ftnes-t Int-itaneeH wliera- we I en err  ia   straightening   out   one   ol   Nutuiv'.*  economic t tngh'H.  tTo beconlJuut'd)  he   tttily  Alriean  Hunlt-iil   of  V  ESB3  V&..'  mmml rue  issued evw* I^Ula-' && Oreston. B.C.  Subscription: S_S.SOa.year m advance*  93.HO t& U.S. points.  O. P. BA-TB8. Editor and Owner  ORESTON. B. C. FRIDAY. JUIA* 10  v  i%mm������m&#I& Pstek  pointed    out   that   there   is     Btill  109,000     horsepower    running   to  waste   between    Nelson    and   the  company's works   at   Bonnhigton.  If these  figures are correct  hy   the   time    the   company   has  harnessed this. surplus along   with  tlieir present supply they   will be  receiving   adequate   consideration.  of  Residents within the boundaries  .yCrestoaa sehco!'. district - must  admit that the>- village pound law  has at least one redeeming feature.  Now    that   it  lit_fcit%<rr  aralorlaillv  enforced it  may be possible  to get  along without building the previous  ly much needed fence   around   the  extensive school   grounds,   thereby  effecting __ ssvtiig of a few hundred  dollars of the   ratepayers' -money.  With fencing costs eliminated sure-  ly the best may be hoped for, in the  not too far distant future, to secure  an      appropriation     sufficient    to  repaint the main   school   building.  In     addition   to     improving    the  appearance of   the   structure -the  paint manufacturer's   pet   phrase,  "Save the surface and you save all,'*  has much merit to it  With the power stow controlled and  ready for harnessing Creston insists  that. Mr. Campbell and his assooi  ates have -acquired all that is lieces*-  sary to take care of the needs of  Kootenay industrial interests, -and  until such time as the feasibility or  otherwise of Kootenay Flats drainage is finally determined no storage  works Be permitted that will prejudicially affect existing conditions  insofar as reclamation is concerned.  come of pointing oat that  in   the  Creston school district with its over  $800,000.00 " pf ; "Valuation/ every.  time an additional ������100 is required  surely j taxes go up approximately 12 cents  on every $1000 pf   assessment,   so  that taka-ig ^2000 as  the  average  assessment"- h\ the district if, say, an  [additional $600  oyer: last  year ..is  Fob Saxe���������One-tor. Ford - truck.'  45225, or wiii trade for enn/.C-O.  Lindbi-rono. Kitchener.  ���������   Trail   Anglican*  are eo   prosnerous-  thattbcy. are helping pay. the stipend  of  the' minister ' lot-king    after  the  church , work at, point*, between Trail  and*-81ocah C������.ty/  i-ostasaaister Klane   of Kaslo found it  necessary to bring  in three workmen  For Sa_b on TaADK-*-i5 months old  jersey bull- calf, pur-t*bred, ������?5Qt or wil!.  trade    for    milch    coWj,     G.   Nsckel.-  Griffin-Ranch, Creston."   ,       ,   .  Statisticians have now figured it  requested   the ^average   ratepayer  will   next .'-yea? ' have   his   tastes  -      ' ���������        ��������� a "��������� .  increased 75 * e^ttts. Creston has  had sdie services/ _i a line -t&u of  teachers the past twelve months,  tmd should some of them be under  the impression that a raise in salary  is justly due the Review submits  that even this year- Creston should  not take chances- on parting company with any 6? the staff for the  sake of .husbanding two bits extra  required,of each ^2000 assessment  to produce the - increased   $100   of  new residence in that town.  Hklta.  K������������:.  -tr-Lp^i  B"o������ SAlaS���������Jersey cow, $70.    Also a  one-borse     uioweiy.       Mrs.  (Alice Siding), Oreston.  <.     ,������������-   i ��������� __    rsalary or general upkeep cost,  out that for 1925 there is one auto-1 *"       *-*    .  mobile in operatic n   in the   United  States for every seven head   of the  human population.    At  first blush  the comparison   would seem   to err  iri favor of���������4:he_ cars, hut   when one  recollects that in   Creston   Valley,  [ with an estimated citizenship  of a  little over  2000 of  all ages,   there  will this year   be issued   very close  to 200 motor licenses   of   one   sort  and another,   it is not  hard to coi;j  ceive tbat the U.S.,    with   its    big  urban population, may well hay_e a  Ford,   or   some   other   "make,    Tor  every seventh   mother,   father, son  or daughter.    A unique  feature to  the local  situation   is   that    while  cars have increased   from   year   to  year the town is shy one garage as  compared   with   1923,   but on   the  other hand is supporting   an   additional smithy.    With motors ou the  increase* both   for   passengers  and  haulage, it  might   be   well  not  to  Vanet-s  and. poolroom   at   ForthiiU,   has   just  installed   a   1500   watt   electric, light  bs^shins  and'   wi!!    sell   the   surplus-  *'juice" to other places in the town.  Liquor drinking at the ball games  iuat outside*Grand ^Vjrks fats become  bo pronounced that the .provincial  police ha-re warned the* fans that it  must ������ti*p- or the drinkers will be  ai rested. - ,   _.  Oopeland people are forming another  drainage district and will reclaim16G0O  acres of Kootenay Flats land in that  neighborhood, it wiii be tne . biggest  area to be brought under cultivation  in, the ELooteriay v������llt������y.     ��������������� ~  \ 60VEBHMEHT UQuOR ACT  _ . - ��������� i' ���������-������' ^,  Notice of Application for Beer  Imieense  Notice is hereby given that- on or after-tbe  __.   . ���������=__. Q_e unders*jj0^ in.  _,aor Coataei Swati fc������   . ..__, prssnissslg'b-s'Js^sra ss  the Tourist Hotel, situated, at Strath Slocaa,  BLC, upon the lands described aa .Lot 2088,  Kootenay District, Nelson -Land. Itaa-������_-tea.tfaa  District, in the Proving oT British Co|iuab-w  Jfor the sale ot beer by fche Eto*aHr uj ������������v ui*Su  bottle for consasistioa pa Sis sreisSssa. .,  Dated this 30th day of June. 1825. - ^- ^ ���������-  ANDREW vVOaOAMSOK, Applicant.  V  60VERHMENT UaUOfi ftfif  Notice of Application for Beer  -* mmwcense  . Notice Is hereby gives that on^er ������F*������r Ms*  21st day of July next tbe mides-rigaed Intends  to apply -te. the Eiiquo? .Coats-*. Boa,tA tea  license in* respect of premises befog j*asrfc MU&e  building to be known as Use. Ttwrrist Inn,  situated at Sirdar. B.C., upon t3-elanae^escnfe  ed as 3nb-I������t 18. Block 808. Oman ** *Map������_2S_'  Sirdar Townslte, Kootenay District. JNelsoa--  Land Rccistration District, In &.e������savipoe oJ*  Eritish Stdsssbia- t*������ fthe-sale'of beer by the  glass or-by the open bottle lor oonsninpraon on  the premises. .���������       _._.  ������.*te* this 16th aiwgra^^^      ~     -  HUoaiKi Jiiuir, xi.pj>Jicawt.  Every so often high wry conditions in Cranbrook riding are  referred to by way of demonstrating the none too kindly consideration this district is supposed to be  receiving from the public , works  department. Before taking these  comparisons too seriously it might  .be well to. first acquaint oneself  with the original road situation iu  the t". o areas. In the district east  of us it is just possible when, the  first roads -were put through they  were built on the; best possible locations. . Just here in Creston Valley  the putting in of the  diversions at  Wat&oat'QniMfc^^ -"  ,he  ^"ay   of  itiver hill and th������  new  i  road from freight  rate    reductions.    And  by  Goat River Crossing into Kitchener  has run away with not" less than  $40,000 a great deal of which  might have been saved had these  pieces, of highway been put in  originally on their .new locations.  And with, say, half of this amount  available Yor additional "work hereabouts, the Arrow Creek diversion  and other improvements^ could  easily have been accomplished with  the same appropriations that we  have been favored witb the past  eight years.  the same" token none should be  actirally^disappointed^ if provincial  taxes or assessments are revised  upwards. Nothing short of a rock  road will stand up under the main  highway traffic of these days, and  this class of roadmaking can hardly  keep pace with the demand���������on  present-day revenues.  It was rather interesting  to read  in a recent issue of the Nelson Daily  News  an interview by   the former  West JRootenay   member, Senator  H. F. O-nsen, in  which   he   -points  out that   the   depression   Canada  suffers from at   the   present   time  would be   entirely   removed   if   a  fiscal Dotivy of adequate protection  prevailed.    If protection   really   ia  the cureall   the senator believes  it  to be it   would    be    interesting   to  learn why the "United States farmer, who is protected up to 42 cents  m bushel on wheat, and as "adequately"* looked after on other products,  ia today not one bit  better off than  the Canadian ��������� agriculturist.    And  if protection is   the   forerunner   pf  prosperity  how comes   it that  the  ultra Conservative Baldwin administration has not run   np   a   tariff  and given    the   Old   Country   the  good times it so bndly needs, tin em  ployment in England  being almost  more  extensive   now than   at any  period before or since the great war.  As the trustees have not met in  final session to prepare .the..estimates for next term The Review is  not aware whether thef board will  be asking for a grant iii excess of  Jast^year or Hot, but as Crestoii was  favored with the services of a  teaching staff rather above the  average and as salaries were  below rather than above the maximum, it will be only fair to assume  some modest salary increases wilt  be in evidence and, maybe, additional revenue for other purposes.  At school meetings in the past the  antagonism some of the real economists have shown toward even  minor increases in the annual vote  would give the impression that the  individual ratepayer might be tern  porarily possessed of the idea that  he or she were being called upon to  put up the whole increase personally, rather than having it spread  over an area that ha*, an assessed  value of more than three-quarters  of a million dollars. For the benefit  a? these who have ne"er t**Vwi the  time to figure it  out no  harm can  tfa- I",,1 ��������� ���������"������������������- '" ��������� - - ��������� .'."'"_.".'_  In connection with the applica  tion of the West Kootenay Power  & Light Company for a water  storage license below Nelson that  some authorities figure (if granted)  will raise the lnvel of Kootenay  Lake. as much aa thirteen feet,  jeopardizing hay cutting on the  flat.*, and putting Kootenay Flats  reclamation pretty much out of tlie  question, our attention in drawn to  a recent report of iaiit- goverjf������tt������j./it  wateir mirvc-y branch in  which it in  LB&ht and Maavjt  __Hl IV    __���������*_.   ---.    .��������� _m_M_- ^__���������^.     mW  ttffiS ET^S^W^S^&sBS&^fy jtWmm^mWm^mf mmtW^^SM&l^mVjtW^^S  mtP mrnXWrnmrn LmW  ���������__V__M_ai ___���������________ _A____k mmmmmWmmPmmm. JWMtfa  New Stock of  Harness  Second Hand Store tn  connection  ShoB atta HameoB Bepawing  ''Fashion, Belief brand in  Pure Thread; iahd >  Art Silk,  $1.00 to $1.75  Children's three-quarter Socks, all sizes, fancy  colored-tops, sizes 7 to 9 1-2,  60c.  HARDWARE���������Hay Forks, Scythes, Snatlis and Hay  RakeSo    Agents for Frost <& Wocid Mowers-*  ]Let us have your order for 3Repair&,  Fre&ai*"'irrails  and   vegetstoles  sm  Dcason  Dry Goods  FumSlura  jf HI Bl Br ill SS  ft >/*!rU& VjiW}** .Wj*. tufctat-WJm .ti - Market  IS NEVER USED AS A DUMPING GROUND  That  price  Ife why a jjlvice like Moose Jaw averages a beeter  ������   than   larger   cities.        Ik's ' true.     , Try   ft   out.  WB NEED CARLOADS OF  '������������ fcff*> ���������?)���������_-*.-* -* ;  "���������** . .  ' vKimberley fcastbree be^s^^arlors: *  The third ������Da ������peiied at tl;ie%*i4jb of'  the morifch:   *-'-'-:-v7"-^"4 r''.-7*' ?"'" -  -v .<-.'���������������������������-'  "-"II   fe-T-^W-*    -    .   -- -  We hast, ihe otitlet andean seture best prices for your cars.   Boll them  io os and put us io the- test No shipment too small, or none too large.  ao^istat  .   . -       Wholesale Hay, Goal, Fruit and Produce  MOOSE "JAW'"      .' *s ". ^ :" ���������     '%'   - Y  .  Sask.  ���������"5"-  *rS  Personal  with his water billv will he. less  year ago, wh-**3 he had the $5  ling charge levied on him.  ^Mr. and^ae. B. W. .Kyck-nani .and  children of Kellogg. Idaho, wcb-c weekend, visitors with Creston friends,  ni&king the trip by auto. Ernie  moved to KeUogg about seven months  agO^. where be is in the plumbing b--->-  ine&B on his own and 1b doing well.:  .  Ratepayer    me,.- reminded _of; the , .     ,  ^a5Sai     ecSwsol -   -noting    which    ^T *"*���������������. ���������** *w*en for*  announced to take place ut the school  house'on Saturday   night  at  7   p.ca.  prompt.    Ua addition to voting supply  a trustee to succeed Wet*,  an auditor to   repli*-'**   ! ***-  H  have to be.-elected.  ���������Ms -_t-~s   .._._*  replace   Ut. ������������endei-son  About two dozen customers of Goat  Mountain Waterworks Company went  on the meter t-ystem on July 1st, and  at least one user Is confident that for  with only July and August to reckon  l^itl���������-e"������^������^/'������������,������"nttOP������ i. paTan$if nl  than tustial in flie Veriimf district  aswoi^lisss t^> the _fews. J,.--  k- Bjrairie ^chooWere, SQ-^thb&itfd.  haver foeeiirquite*numerous; cm^ the  streets of Jflernie the past 'Jw**K;? -  ,, ,  *���������      r._ / t3$i -  - Fernie miners "aire now averaging"  a coal output of   some tSOOO.ltons  daily, and are working steady,"!'  *-    ,        -.        : "-  Tlie White Gross Society pf~St.  John has taken over the Halcyon  hot .spriilga-.hotely and santitarium  on the Arrow Lakes.  - J*. Sums & Co. have just" purchased the Armstrong creamery.  A few weeks ago -,they also purchased the .Vernon creamery.  Duchess, Weal thy. and Mcintosh  apples at Salmon Arm are showing-  drouth spot, supposed to be due to  root injury sustained last winter.  ig Business at  New Stattd  V  9E ARB NOW LOCATED IN OUR NEW QUARTERS���������tbe former  _    Union feed warehouse���������and are in better -shape than ever to take  e������M- off our steadily inereat-ing. business  If inconvenient to visit  7 us we can t������llct fiusiness rarer the telephone if you will call up No.  or c uryReaidence fSfia-������ne No. fit*-*". ���������" "'"  than a  a.*,., ml*..  '!"?';*��������� hs*re " I***- de*������H*sd fo;- theses ftjRd here, ^p*"* ah** nrices tn date:   June   I  a 22~t-*-July 2, ^.CO-per eWte;" JgaSyg'tV* aTuly "?. S^*IS.    This week 82L50   I  t*������*���������^-J^ZJ*J^S*5^-3���������������- J??^^i?EBTIB8- S1*50*   BLACK   I  CURRANT.**; $2.    RED CURRANTS, $1-3*5,  These prices areAYOUR NETT' QASH RETURN, with no  **-  selling bommissions. rebates, or othhr holdouts.  fJrestori Valley Produce u>mpany  * - AtF. NELSON," Manner "-   '    '  In spite of the long drawn out  strike last yearu-the Crows--Nest  Pass Cf**������l Company - has just  authorized a dividend of 3 percent.  weii   anown in  The hot wave that hns had Creston  Valley in ita -grip- for  at~iea$*ty tbive  spell on Monday when a-du_._fe-stt������rm- that* prevailed  all afternoon was followed by a nights  rain that arc.Minted for at - least a  quarter of an inch eiff moisture, and  will hells out the raspberry erou some.  Jonn s&anmng.  t the grocery store business at Cran  brook for 25   years, has sold out to  the jCraikbrook- Trading  Company.  The Hawk&drno_8tore at Bonners  Ferry has  Just put  on au electric!  screen door, which effectually keeps  out the moHqiiitoW,   bugs,   nioths,  etc. "      .  4?-  ���������-A  VacaaV un*?eeeai-*sd.^ . ������u*f-*-������9r������a  Crown laatfa may be wre-empted \.y  BrltlsSiv suhjeeia over Is -f-easv c������ us**  and by aUcas ^on d������eUu-lns Intttutio-  *o * becojkae Srtttsb ombjeeta,. eonOi-  tion-l upon residence, oecupaticm,  and   Isagg-VMsaant' for    as-ricni������srau  Mrs. R. Stephensjeft on l*hnre������day  last-'foraiwo months* -holiday, vis-it  ****itb friends at the coast, making short  etcups at Nels������in tmii Nakusp en rout**  west. The Stephens, residence is taken  by Gei������. Keiiy - who is expecting "his  mother to arrive frotn New. Weotmin*  ater ih a few d������y*= to spend thsr'surnitier  here."  The ProBtable Prcd^sctiei_ - ef Eggs  Depends oil just Two Things:  a.  The right kfad of stock*     ^-  The right Jpnd of  i Mash and Grain Haiiom.    Urn first te ap io #������"__."  but We aitpplp ihe right ^m<# of Peed io get results.  Price and qualify are right  Ro$ai Household Flour..  &  r__i- .jj.- ts������ _.  arurujf jricnaf  Grand Forks Gazettes Two excellent speciea,<>f Xieipiuniuai. are to be  seen in the garden of Mrs. (Rev.) P. V.  Haytsan- Tlie -plantts have ������**i-own to a  height of 9 f������. 3 \ __KeiF/:kna the flower  Ing portions are about - 21 'feet. Rev.  H3[r; -Hayman -ym-ldvlike U. j know" ir  - there are any fiortculturists who 'lean  beat this.    .    ;*- " " _;, "* rr ������ -   '���������   -a:. *  Sirs. Bert Nelson and, children left  on Wednesday for *SS������w^^^8"y������r*ft "where  they will visit friends for some weeks  pending.   Bert    being     permanently  - It is -estimated that . at least  10,000 tourist--" .cars will use the;  Banff-Windermere highway, this  season. 4500- antoists traversed it  in 1924.  TTp till the end of June the tour*  ist camp   at Cranbrook showed 70  more registrations   than   were  re  corded up till the   same   period   a  year ago..      ;-'r jt  Two more rooms are being added |g  to the public - school  at Kimberiey, ~  and a staff of nine teachers _wiil be  necessary   whesj   ecttooS   opens   in  September. *~  ,--The     -Vefnbn^ESdgewood     road.  .WHB*  IflEJIa dlir  !lff flCUIBl  1  ���������atlons v-r������gardlng - pre-emptions ��������� -Is,.  siven UTBnllatln "No. ITXond Series.  "How io rro-eias-x *u_aa.*' eopSes ot  **-_lcb can^tw obtained fww o* chaflge "  bjr ad-rttagtaff' the* - _Dt>p_rt_aent : of  Land-. Vl������tDl_ts������. B.C- or������to any Oov-  e_jfl__a<aat AS9BA.  <=���������  ' Jtecords will be srrant������d covering  only land suitable for agriculture"  uurpoMS, and wbich Is noi tlmToer--  la������_ld,-i_l^^ *������*-r-rtnar i>W 6*000- board  feet per auere WMit of the Coaa-t Banffe  and S.000 feet- per acre east of that  "Rancve.  , AppUcations for pre-emptions are  to bo j addressed to the Xaand Com-  nr-i-udon������r of lbs "Uma RecordlnK Vi-  vpadon, In which ths land applied Cor  la sltnatsd, and are made on prlntod  - fan-aa. ttoples of which can be otv-  talnod train tb������ tjand Commlsslonor.  ' '-&w-*9m^6vM -tnustrb* occupied foi*'  mm yemrs:. anA tmpixnrements naa������as  to - valus of :$10 p<er acre,  including  ol������-tuch%-'������i-4 . cultivating;,at- least ftv������ '  acres. bOfore a Crown Grant can be  ��������� ���������''^^^^hf^kA':^ ''AticAA i^'....'',.;... '7."  .Por mors detailed Information see  the    Bulletin    "How    to    Pre-empt  - ]"���������>*"**���������**  ' o-Ca ,^wOMA������f-'.:,:^l;:.::l:������7  aA-PPllcatlons are reeeTv^d for pur.  oJboaa of vacant and unreserved  Crown land*, not being timtyerland.  for ag-ricnltu-ral purposes; m nlmum  pkiO-o ot ftrat-^laca (axablo) landlai QB  per acre, and second-class <ariaslziir>  - lend W.B0 per acre. Porther Infor-  mntlon roflciurdinii purchase or lease  of Crown lands is given ln Bullatln  No. i0, ".and B__rlMa ���������"���������Purotoass and  Ue__c of G!T(&!i������r%JX!i'QK** '"  7M1H, factorjr, or industrial sIUmi on  timber land, not excoedlne 10 acres,  may be purchased or loosed, the conditions 7 including payment o.  stmnpaae.  ., M������PJ5E0!TR ...S-CAOCO 7 ,  < Unkiurveyod oress^ not e-oeedln* IC  acres, may be leased as home-tltes.  oonditlonal upon a dwelling bolnis  .erected In tho first year, title b������ln������  obtainable after residence und Im-  iprovoment oondltlons arm rulflUtod  and land has been surveyed.  LBAftCd  For jfra-Ung  and   industrial    *>ur-  may ba laaaad by ona .person nr x  oempayty.  Undsr ths aroolntv Act ths "Prov-  Snca lo dlvtdad into crratslns -aiatHctf  and the rtmtto admtnlotcred undvr,*'  QrmXnM .,,., ..Commissioner...,. - Awwuurj  - itrraalnir p������rn*uts ars fraued'' boiMwl ������(-  numbars 'ran������ad. priority belnir." gsiv-ert  lo'- sstabllslMMl-' own-Mrs. Rtot-tfe.wHsr-  ....    ���������   ,t   ������J J* ...   Hia^' , *   ! ,_-a  ,    ���������     it.    ���������.  * ^M   ������ S w. a.m     ���������������. ������*��������� M, _ff>       ��������� ' f1ta.a.Jat. -Hit. V������ ������  hummwrnf     *H������i.iMM*      mm-mmm****^*********        ***���������* ������**���������*������������%  inntnoftAmont.   Free, or poitlally rrtete,  BHtn-raJta ar������9: avmlUkt-ta - fur - - m&U'\������rw?.  jjinapeisj" and travelIftn-e, u*p to tut)  hea  r  wliich .will 'givej* autb connection  bet-weenthei 0������ea$.a$eani and Arrow  Eiakes," wilt be bpeiied for traffic  ne*ctt-month. -- -r  *    According to  the   Herald   with  the exception of cricket all the out  BECAUSE _  .*pi-i'i?^/������fil -p^r  OUTSELLS  with three-speed transmission it can-build more quality  into each car and still maintain its low price.  HtSi-tU'SCfil "tsV  the   nj-ovincial    notice I cJoor sports are iin-w played at Cran-  authorities.    He joined the. force a bout :  three snesths ^f.^, -SR-   's   ������-   present  tbekted at 'Kimberiey   which   baa   no  B-^side-itias'quartssi-ii as yet.  Rev^ J. Ai and Sirs. James, who  have,been visiting at eastern points  the past couple of weeks������ following the  eeuiions of theassembly of the continu  Ing Presbyterian Church in Toronto  the fofe part of June, are expected  home this week, and there will be the  uuual service*- in St. Stephen's Chmch  Sunday morning aud ewning next.  Briolcson had the best"of the benefit  buReball ganiofvith. CseBton at Uxhibt  tion Park on Sunday * afternoon,  winning out in the final innings by a 0  to ������ score. < The attendance was not  large but. the freewill nfferipg Was  nioHt ReiierotiP, * totnllihg $80, which  goes to 'Jltti' Doddn, cal cher,- who had.  his leg broken in a game at Kitchener  about u month agt>. ^  Creaton Valley Produce Company  have this week moved into theii* new  quarters In the former Union Jfoed  warehouse, whlcn have been fitted up  for the pin pose. Manuger Nelson can'  use the extra spnee to good advuntime  for utorlng appleafpr the making up of  mixed cam. He will have - at - leant  ioGuv craves tn iuiunloCc* iiu k'u out Ss  mixed cars this soaion. -  brook.    Lacrosse" has made a comeback this year.  Skunk are  altogether too plenti  ful   at   Yahk.     .Recently   at  -the  Herman (ranch  a couple jt>f   these  animals disposed .of  49 chickens,-7  tuVjkctys and two geese. ���������������  Summer-visitors at Kaslo are  more numerous this year than was  the case in 1924. Cronbrook is well  represented amongst the. tourists,  with some from Ijethbridge,   Alta.  JSast Kootenay Telephone Com-  pany contemplates spending $25,000  on a central and new tinea at Kimberiey immediately.; .yEquijpment to  hand!������ 200 teleiphbnes will be  installed.   '"'     _ %.k; ;:kkx-.kk.  shpiwfl y .65'���������',': Anglican  Kimberiey   and   the  churoh   building   io  Beriously   considered  Services; were   .commenced   there  about.the middle of June.    "  ���������. ������������������ s ���������' \ '���������-. ���������������������������  At: a * showei" to. furnish the  oommunity hall nt Grand Forks  one night last week, the Gazette  states that 361 sets of oups, saucers,  plates and spoons were brought  along   to   equip   tbe   kitchen   for  ie oensus  families   at  erection of   a  now   lining  HUUHV  I f;snct:oiss.  Mr,   and   Mrs.    Clark'Moore    and  Robert Moore of Dover, Idaho, were  wla������"lila">������.'*t_. hat*!'-Saw. .��������� S������w tJ.iyu ut t!jo'"c;i'Il  pf the week with the- former and the  latter*B mother, Mrs. H. ,|ia Taylor  Bob, who loot thumb and two flngera  of hla right hand in a (mleh-ip In the  planing mill at that point, a couple of  inonthB ago, has almoat^rooovered the  use of the arm and wll! bo buck at  .wori; L.u u few. ilnyf*.  Bonners Ferry Heraldi W. G.  Sweniklcii, commissioner of the department of drainnge and irrigation, la  citpoctcd in Bonnors Ferry July 111.  Commissioner Bwendi-on will view the  various dratmitge districts of the  Kootenai V"ulley and will also attend  fn   (������������-)������i-,*-j������������aj-i"' "Hwviin������r' t*o   rlo    with    the  la ���������"*  I cooperative   drainage    plans    which  9 Encluilai uiany thounands  of  ^crv-a-   of  overflow laud* In Canada.  Mina MacDonald and Miftfl Ed-  m-inda of the VernoiV public sobool  st^ff havelefefor Diiiidee. Scotland,  whero.'fchoy wall ''fteticlB' until 'nejEt  mitlHinnmer, nnd two lady teaobers  from Dundee will replaoe them on  the staff at Vernon.  School janitors are appreciated  at Cranbrook. Jnst before the  holidays the caretaker at the Central school was presented with a  pair of gold cuti linkn, and tlie man  in charge of the new wing of the  same, school got a silver flower  basket. .        ' , _     '        /     .   _  o^iaea^HmHmmmmmmimmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmiMmaMmmmmmmimmm.  Loyal Oranio Lodp������|8o������ 2095  Meets THIRD TKURBDAY of  e*������.,-"h fiionMi at. Mehraantlle  Hall. Vksiting bi-ethren coi*di-  ivlly invited.  Duuiio  A  I Sail  Liiii  I  - liii'_7 A TT*   m\imi _*_* w% #**y..f A. "MTT-C  .      '*" fljir-f1" p*r'   -" -" iS."-U'S__l9E,l-l^t!!*JS,' H i!r*Ra *l   "f     t% \ ������V������^  SXS_EaiSSCS6S3DBBwQI  S9S  IffltgltBW1  . |TftY OUR,  %_P__f ____ m^/m* l^I^CIw^      M^-dJB^PJB'"      ^.jOL USJ_ fl|[_____l  *        ���������   An economlenl dish, cosy to serve.  Shamrock Btfmmmts HAM* BACON' aika^LARD  %stm&JWMJrJmM*Jt!.    %m*M���������JUJ%JmMUM%. M    JtMMjrJ MJaMX  Government graded, highest quality,  FRESH and CURED FISH  all varieties. '  "Choicest BEEir^ f^Urlcr&f JMUJJ M\jRtp  wtuAJt*^ mL^jnjmwUf  Bk*I*N$* $Vij&AT. POULTRY jFOOU  Increases egg production and produces better poultry.   Buy the'best.    ���������  si  iii.iiMtf.rifpFiSiiiir.'^-a  wtiiaaia  HSSSSMHM  Utti  jij^g^^MiiiiiiKi^iigMaM  mm  I1Mb____I__I THE   HEVTEW^   CRESTON,,   B.    G.  ������T JF{pmarice of the <$parti~shjtfctin *��������� ���������������' ^'^^TV^.-  SF-*������.������ ������SBR:.a^������a si  9^-ast.im   !-_?&_.-������    __st.   _=������_,._&-.)     .._*%.'"*������_ ^'.  -RAFAEL SAB AT IN!  Copy. ijsntcd. t9_!������, by K������i������ci S������������>_t-irii.  "C/PTAJN  BLOOD." a Vitajraph  picture u*tl������' ".--Warren Kcrrigaa  in  the   title role, is an -aiia'ptaticvn of Ihis * fit-ilia, s boV������L  CHAPTER  XVII I.^Continued  those *of   vou   who" do  not   choose  io  "Xor will thai m rve vou," O-.I0 - "ollow mi1 shall shai e .tht immunity of  warned him. :>till\nor.- fiercM-..' "The U������- aud -.hall alterwards be ij-ee L6 de-  men an- or my thin kin-., and iliey'll P������������'t- Thoi-e ore Hi. Jfims upon,  hav** their   wa\ " "* .whieh I sell m>seir 10  1 li*.- King.  '"Vou coin-*  to  -rial1  ad\Lc*e,   1 hen  you "  quoth  JJloocl.  relent inf.   nd'hins  01 hi.s sternest..  "^AAkkmA-ir&W.  rlEADACHE; BILLOUSKESS  ,^^-.J^B:GWE:t.^^77:9  ii-_Cil������KI]  Disappointed To Find  .,   He.Was.An Ex-Premier  *        ^.tfP'      -  Robert  u  "Thai's   is,   Capi.iin:   adiice.  girl, there.*'      lit- ilvm-. 0111 a hart  to  point   to  hi i*        "Ilishop's girl  Governor   of   JAinai'-ii's-    niece  We   want   hor   as   a   ho-Mure   J'oi   our  satet\." .  "Aye*:"   roared   ru. chonis .-the   buc- |  cancers bdnvr,     ^  Tr's" a proviut nce"h_f\Tng hor aboard; (  a providence Heave to. Captain, audi  signal them 1o send a boat, and as- [  sure themselves that" Mi.-s ib hero. '  Then h-t ih-*m know thai il the> a.1- '  tempt to hiiuk r our waning henee, -,\o'll  hang   the   doxy   first   and   fighi   lor   i1-  . alter. Thai'II cool Colonel l".iihnp's  heat, maybe."  "And  maybe  it   -won't."       Slow  and  , mocking came Wol-v erst one's voit e 10  answer the others confident ������-.\-cite-  m������*nl. and as In* spoke he advanced 10  ]Hood's J-id'--, aa ii"3<-\pocted  idly.    "If  : je're counting on pulling ].i.~h-������p'*-  hoarisuings, ye're a hit'.-.'-!- tool. Ogle.  - Hiaii   I've    alwaj*.    thought    yon   was.  ..; We've got to fight, my. hid s _ .    ,    .'".  p     "Ifow _ can.    we    light:; ngtn?.*''Ogle  ��������� stormed.^! hint.: 5-    ";-���������- "7 7  -.       Tht-ii''.louil:ei''7|han   bi?l'oi-*?-> rotti-ed'  7gim. .aWsUV- Ao.Jeewai'd.... ,- .i;..---..,....,,...-, *  "They aro wiihin range," "cried Ogle.  ,,7.7'\y.;-^  . ing,   and   hi  10  the King.    Let  <1() 1 Lord Julian, the represent aii -e ol  the  'Secretary    ol"    State,    --ay whether he  'agrees Lo them." ,  ir   c^aine   his J  Meanwhile j  riirii !.     Prompt.  1*  inn ' lordship's  ihe  a .iSei-   antl   cle;  agreement.,  th*- bo'smi .'is-nallt'd w> Hi'1 Jamaica'  ���������ship- to -send a boat, and the men.- in ,  the \\i\l-\   bro!*'" Iheir ran La and went  ft"  ii m ^ ?! v fl no K. rstc u������ 1 i uc������ 11) (���������> bui wa vies  ���������mil view the *jreal hiatelv \-esM������lj> that  were racing down t-oward them. Ah  t>g']e left  the qiiarrei:-<lt"r'"\-, iJlo"otr-in-n-  set    a   restramin*.  a  hand ���������  - upon  the   gunner's  arm. ..    "Tliere  * J   think,..a   better way.       Mine is  is,  ih n  ���������You  have   chosen    wisely,  commended   him.  -sir,'  .; safe, 'and -easy   way.       Put   the   helm ;  :; down,"' he bade Pitt.'    /'Hyave li**r. 1 o. |  land signal to them to sc-ncl-a "boat."     j  %     A ��������� silence 61' ^stonishmGnt i"ell upon j  *t the  ship���������of astonishment    and    s-us-|  ^pieion at this sudden yielding.       Cai������-������i  A tain Blood turned and beckoned "Lord i  ."-"Julian' forward.       Briefly  and   clearly;  y hj?. announced to all the obje-c;!*: of Loi-d!  \ Julian's voyage 10 i.ha> Caribbean, and j  'In.*  inl'o"rnied   them  oi" lhe  oft'er which  Lord  Julian     Intel     made to  face to- face, with  Miss  sct;;a hancViigiitly iiiion  cd, -and -cante;  Bishop; -.*- She  liis^Tni,. y ' A yA' %~ k..A '   k  "Vd-u;" have ' clio.ft'n "wi&'elv,  sir,"  sife!  I tiomni^nxlt^d-. him',.. .,-.7:h0Yrey'.^-i:.',;.ni.i.t*^ti:  against your  molirialTorLS." - -|  "1 owed it ������o ypUr���������or thought, ltlidj*'  he said. "i  "Your  resotve  dtdivei-ed   hie* from ,;.a  horrible da'iger,"  she adnntted.     "Bunt  !j  do not   understand   why you "should  have hesitate-Kwhen  fti.;^4yi.t ivaSj.. prd-  ; posed to you.:     j( is. an hon6iabi������? soi=-  vi-r-a".: ^   A   k.k -A"'- Ak k    x     f  , .���������    ''K".his James's'?'', he-sneered.���������-'"������     .���������';.'.  "Kngland's,*"   ^^se   corrected   him"  th  rejiroot'.     "-Tlie. country, is till, sir; llih  sovt j-i'is-n   n:ilight.       King.   James   will  yesterday  ' him.":; xx       .   ./"'I..        - ..*'������������������������������������������������������  "That. Coffer I. reject d.       1'Sut  now,  -*' J.-   ...... > -     --'' -    ...;    .    -������������������  -; >���������  ciUisfi-iitiTTui and; likely   Ui.be  initxoughv.  as Oic-1'e'lias shid.I am 'readv Kt'taltc  the     way     oi'    Morgan:   lo  HCCt-pi,  tin  King's commission, and sh-^lsi r us al  behind ii."  The-main  bodv  of  them   we-lcomed)-I>ass;,others- will- come and pas&>* aihg-  ih^^iiippxtce-ment :^s,;-onfe- :.nm.: who .^-l������%- ������^:!*>fe!^abl^ir Rd  hs<v<;>--b������-^Tr'-prrT.ai:'trlK '"ro"Ttt*" "���������<*_ttV*V!.''t"1"--  COilie sl new  3������-;*se t>f lii'c-.  i���������"J.ri   man  in   -d   follow   in.   .into   ihe  Ivitjtg'.s -erviee whr������ i.. n-hu-uint," T'lood  - wi-nt 011,      "Thatj.is not in t!t;-brirgain.  What   is   in   t li-    bargain   is   that   I  :tc-  -;er������*.  this ferviet- wiiti such of yon as  uiin  chaios- in I'.-i.iow ivn'.      And I'Vt'h  "}y ye hear that, now? And did ye"  ivpi** heai* the like? But what did I  lei? ye? Ye see, the young gentleman's und.er a misapprehension entirely. Perhaps it'll sari* broken  bones iL jour lordship explains just  who and wjiat  I am."  "I have the honor to inform you,  sir," he said stiffly, "that Captain  mood holds a commission in the  -King's service tinder the seal of my  I_.ord Sunderland, Hi.s JUaje.-ty's S������-cre-  tary oi" State."  "And who. the de\il may you be?'"  "You're, not very c-Uil, sir, as I have  already noticed. ALy name is Wade  ���������Lord' Jvllian Wade. 1 am His 11a-  jesij's envoy to these b-u'burous parts,  and my Lord Sundeiland's near kinsman. Colonel Bishop hai- bp.'*n noli-  fic d of my coining."  "I . . . "*I believe ihat he lias,-**  said Calyerioy, between doubt and  susjiicion. "That is.: thai he has  be*-n notified of the coming of LoihI  Julian        Wade. But    .    .    .   *but  . . aboard  this  ship    .    .    .?  ���������'l\' Oplain Blood will tdiow >ou his  eontmission.-.perhaps thai will sel all  doubts -ftt .rest,'.'��������� concluded his Lordship. ��������� r,:. ���������'.   -  Captain .Bipod thrust a parchment  under Calvei-ley's bulging eyes. v.  "I must .return. 10 Colon<*l Bishop  for my orders," he inf drilled thein.  . ���������- At IhaU nioment a lane was opened in the ranks of the men, and  ; through this; came Miss Bishop, fol-  ; Iwwed by her octoroon woman. Over  This shoulder Captain Blood observed  ; her approach.   ' "  .' *'Pethaj.s, since Colonel ''Bishop- is  witli ybti, ' you -will convey his niece  to him. Miss Bishop, was- aboard the  I Royal Ma 1:^''" atrd I rescu<:* hei* tp-  I gether ^vith his lordship. She will  i be. able to acquaint-her uncle with.the  1 details of that and of the present state  ! of affairs." '"' A, xy  j 'As for me" said Lord Juliaii w?itli  i intent to make Miss Bishop's departure free from air interference on the  j part of tho buccaneers "I shall remain  ! aboard   tlio   Arabella   until Svo   reach  t        - - . . ���������     -  i Port Hoyal. , My complements to  Colonel Bishop. Say that 1 loplc foi*^  ward     to    making    his    acquaintance  ! there." '   '; - ,     ..   ������������������-.'  Sir   Robert   Borden   Was   Sadly   Dis-  illusioned - In^    His^    Own ; Home  Ri'ditfg'-of Halifax     h-  Having represented tlte city or Ilafi-  -fax in. the* Commons, for many years,  Sir Robert Borden, for a time believed  he was no stranger to the good people  of tlu. eastern gate-way to* the HJomin- I  ion.      Kg was sadly undeceived, how-]  ever,  .shortly "Tifter   h#  laid   do-\vn   the  onerous. duties^yor premier, .^according,  Lo Wed Toronto JSlsir? Weekly., -"���������'  Included among the^laige number  who pressed - forward to meet him at  an informal reception in Halifax was  a middle-aged lady weH^known for her  interest in child welfare.  After the maun or af so many oih-v  one-idea enthusiasts, th'sija_y ixntiginert o-very"Body..else"must, riequfsssirily be  particularly interested in her pariicu-  When  add two teaspoonfuls of Bovril  per quare���������It gives body and  flavor and adds to the nourishment.  BOV  Sold only in bottles.  New  YorkV S&ot#i)������ liixe  Canadian Tea,cher Will Be Principal  Of $3,000,000 Building-  Hector Charles^vorth, writing in  Toronto Saturday Night on what he  saw in New York, says:-The vscalc of  municipal spending" ife enormous. One  day fSvent into the"'"vvilds~bf Harlem to  "iV?*:*-:^ *"Ci *-^>������V������;*i.������l^trl r. e* -fl-mr*.      t'ltii-ti-  >"������ XXCIatb- *������* '���������'���������f-ia^uOu l.t-k-1 * **.V X(*.ut.  in  public  schools    the    world  lar fte-ld, and when *she gorirthe chance | &^c.  to_talk to the guest of honor launched! .     . .. __       .  _.    ���������   , ,   ..  ..,.,.._ . over, .iust on the> point 06 completion.  lorth into her lavonte topic. .        ,���������       IL,, .   ,       .  -~.    ,.,  .     . ..        ..,,.,,.     Now Harlem today m appearance is  Sir  Robert  was  bored, but  did  his  best  to simulate    a    polite    interest,  though listening with only'lialf an ear.  Suddenly he became all attention  when he realized the lady was thanlcy  ing him profusely for what ho had  done to make the lives of Utile babes  health ii r and happier. He was parti-  QUlarly puzzled, when he, heard himself  referred to as "the greatest "benefactor of future generations ibis country  hasv ever known."  Sir Wilfrid Laurier would have carried off such a situation with graceful  ease. Hon. Arthur Meighen ..would  have looked wise and���������maintained a  diserost-silence. Premier -Mackenzie  King/would have tactfully changed the  conversation."  ', :-. '.:,.���������,....."..,���������  .   .':':'yy,k.  But however great may; -_jave7be**n  a greatly enlarged edition of ta-hat lhe  Bowery was 30 years ago; hut this  school edition "on the-hank of the "East  River, overlooking Hell Gate, is a  marvel. It has 2,000 pupils, all of  tend en ye*a,rs, with" room for-nearly a  tSbusand .'xiorei restaurants. rest  rooms, several vast gymnasiums, an  eye and ear hospital, a dental clinic,  hundreds of shower baths, everything  that the most-fully equipped modern  athletic club could boast, -and most  countless other things besides. It  is interesting to note that the principal selected for this public school de  luxe- is a Cantidian. lady,'Miss Claire  Kleiser, -who served her; apprenticeship under James L_ Hughes in Toronto. The cost will reach ������3,000,000  when everything is in order;''-'.'." In all  his  ability 'in-other lines, Str Robert   ^ y-ast*^ay��������� of dal-fc.eye*a little ones  Borden never was a nimble-wit ted poll-   ti,^rA"-Jllo- fcltrf*^    ������������������A-   A//^Hn<rU-ii-  tician.  Try as he would, the ex-prchiier  could not recall any child legislation of  his that deserved such extravagant  praise, and -aid something to this ������. f-  iect to his fulsome admirer.  "Legislation? legislation?" said  the lady, with a look of extreme surprise. "What has legislation to do  with. .>our  business?"     *"- ,  "As member ot parliament and-for-  mei"������iiremier, I am naturally supposed to have something to do with legislation," explained Sir Robert, his  brows compressed in perplexity.  The* lady gasped with dismal, then  said: "Oh! Are you*'ft member of parliament? I am so disappointed" I  thought you 'were*: the mtin who" con-  de.jtses milk for babies!"     !f;  there-was hartSly   ,one"   ^f-<EJnglish-  speaking patents;" or vwhbsi&^aients  were horn ittvAnoerica-   That-is "what  .  is Abelfig   jdoM���������fpr'-the -prdli-^u*iat of  NEW HEALTH FOR  CHAPTER   XIX.  Ho-'iilities  in   the  great  harbor of Port Royal  Arabella rode at anchor.      Almost  the  i   . .   ��������� -.  she  had  the air ol7a prisoner  for a  quarter of a mile ahead, to  PAINS IN LEFT  I SIDE AND BACK  Oilier Troubles Women 0ft������n Hive  Relieved by Lydia E. Ptnkham's.  Vegefable Compound  Iaaftchine, C"u*,sb--c.���������" I took Lyd-a E. |  i-inkharn'a V^-gfetablfr Compound necausc    ^-_  I^fltrfFr-red with pwinF in rny left sirle ami  "cTack, iii.il with wcnltneHH siiid other  troubles-women e;o often have, 1 *vvas '  -.his wav about mix nionihw, I ^aw the  Vec-etaLle Ct impound advertised in the  'Montreal Ptarirlard ' and 1 hnve take^n  foil?" hott t\ov. ttf i t".   J   ������':������������ .1  ya-rv sick  \Mlit-  jnan and I feel ro much be Iter I would  not be without it. 1 kIko whc Lydia E.  rinkhain's Sanative Waah. I recommend the medier-je*- to my fri������Tid������ and I  sint wi)lin|������ A������r yon to tine mv lettr.raa a  ".ewtiiiiuuial." ��������� &__���������*. 1,1, "W. V.OHE, ^0  Notn* Dame .Street, Jxiiuhme. Quebec.  Doctor Said an OperaJion  T'rovost, Alberta. ��������� "'PerhapH you -wiU  ra'-tjiesrib'T H-'iidini^ nie <,ne nf yti-ur hooka  a year ago. I wan in a had condition  nnrl WDtiid KulTV-r awful pain;- at limi-")  jmrl entiUI r������r������t, do fmytbinu.    The doctor  it! J ctitjhl   not   hav  .by 4iu* >4.on������J-yw-li*i.1.e.v:ejiv._.A,4inlqd,^  mav liold .a:_ain'j-l   the man who iiilules  h<-r In. Hieir time.". 7 :; Ir  -."Shrewd iidvocacy," he approval it.  "You should have spoken to th*i I'inv. . _  ��������� ,.   J   .. .    .ys quarter of a mile ahead, to starboard,  Do yon  supposi'.* now   that .tins uiflriior-. ..... ,        j     , ���������,  ,   .. y . , ���������' -jf  ,    .rose   the  lo ty,  massive. Kinglo  round  might,   redeem   onjb-Swho i .   .     --    ..   , .       . ..  ... -    -     .  Hhcl a lhi,i:?'V ?.&-      | toy������- ot the  i-ort. whilst a- couple ot  .    .    n",td-f   redei-iflng. i cul;V,tt, U'B,B,U ������st,>W1' .������**-l to.Jarboard,  ,      .        . J^i    '.   rod<.' Iho six men-of-war'.'hat compos-  .    he ha 13   been   iv������.ged \ ^  i ^        I ed the Jamaica squadron.  ti.i, ,   at iJw k   1     On   a   can)   day-hed   that   had been  .    il  y,.   think thnl^H he           ���������      , .             A,                   .    , ,   ,  ,                    . .   ,i,.i'.���������y   set  lor Inni on the ciuarlerdeek, shel-  rmg  her,  un  ood  Uujjger |  "life uiiKht have its-gpes  " f<In.  Denver  Man Wants v  Western  Canada  Land  ship.-. ol'''lhe  '   it  ]  unpf.  caitjhl not have s*hi.E*"u-'*n unlej-*.  uiiili-j- .,'jij <^,'..- :,'(l''n,,j.��������� 3 /r-uc'j  r<-,-*timonisils* of J.ydia K. r*i*nV.ham'*������  \'t'f(et.itljle ("ittnpmtjtit] in ih* papajra and  ji frii-nd rera-i-nrnrndcrr mi" t/������ take it,  /. ftt't* taking IhiN'e bottlei* t lj*t*am������  rn'ich better and ikhv havi. a bonny baby  f-irl four month* old. 1 do m,!. Ii'iii**':-  vorje rtn������l Ii������*-ij* ;i little witSi 5h*> c*hore������.  f ra-'rommend the Vftp-ettible C'ornp^������un*l  1i������ my rrierulw and am willinpr for you t.<  <j������e fhFH temtimoniiinetter,".��������� Mrtt. A.A.  J',. 11A M S,   1U>\   .'������-!,  J"rt>WOHi.���������.   A������Sta*.fc't.Ww        C  abb-   ser.-lce  was a vpirn t *  "If      be     ,  Pi-rhiips    .  too  liiir.-hly,"  "Why    ,    ,  said,   con,--id  in his gliittci'  iifH'i   all, tind  even   the service of  .hunt's   ntjghi.   Tn-eonie - lolei-uhb-. ?-^   II'  you   will  -co below, un il  get   yoni* .^eur  nnrl your -woman,  yon* shall  prefctmily  be   :--���������!>'   n l.fl.i rfl Ollc   Ol'   lilt  lieei."  Sh--   left   hint,   nml   i.hei-riil'lt'iy: ^'itli  olvi'I'.-tioii,', leaning nrmn lhe rnii'y; lie  ^tiii'he.d ������he -a]i|irtia<-l'������ , ���������>!' I hat j boat,  m'Jt.nTied by st dty/.en H.uihnr.v/'iiti'l.'; c'dm-  maitiletl by a ,*-eavlei ti!?uri'''Heati'(l  ���������-fllfl,'.- in lli<- ..leni ������������������lieets. 'J'hivdeputy  provt tf lo bf nn iiiriei.'' lutiiieil t.'alver-  Ify, ...  TIds .ilr. as be stepped into lite  waist of the Arabella, was haughty,  1 iiii'iileni. ami  disdainful.  .lUtttxl. iLie ..CJiik'** ������"i-n*jiil.-*"J<ni JKiiy  ln UJ.- poeltet, and Lord .lulian sltnid'-  In*." be-dde him. walietl lit rneei\<- hint.  jjiiiL i.'ijpliiiaii l';tl\ij-Iey wan a little  i..". 1 --U ;iba  frotUed \i)  1M.IE w ;������jf|t\  1 ;, |,ti , 1 > 11.  " . raA���������t ��������� l|.l ;..  all    llSl.i     Ja.i  ���������|.  or    Iff-   '.'ire  Arabella.  lain   l",l<i<nl,  have   11' ��������� 11111  "'It'll     ��������������� rmii  1 1������-reil from the da-wling, blistering  sunshine hy an improvised awning of  brown t-utllcloth, lounged "Peter Wood.  Hubby  screiuns)  darling?"  Wife:   '  (To be continued)  (ru.-hi.ng Iii at the  wound of  :   "Whatever Js   Uio  matter,  Tner  in this let luce.  Jjtg I  laid b.'i 11  '���������'s  11  horrid caterpillar  Oh, Herbert, sitppos-  hl   Iho 'house ;ilone!"  ,     ,i|      IlllvtlJIj-     S:itll;-f|f    I'Oll-  t������,vo  men   i'm   very   dll'i'ei'enl  \u   11 oni  anv 1 Jilut-': 1 hat   lie bud  "*_fr-i t*'     '��������� . '-       '     ���������   V  s__^fs  icii.  \\:  \:  ��������� 11  .-in.il  you  My  :i 1   y^mr  of   mi',"  i;iijt'1'inli 1  I 111 a il,  noi   ia 0111    lin|������ud'  1 al rill,I Mil I'll i 'a, hlrl all  surprUeil,   p 1 |w������-d.       11  1 pi ,11   1 ������*   1 ,'M <J   .3it!I., 1..  t ������ A      I'll'I'IlL      JlHll  > . "I     llll '. e    I !_<���������    hfall--  nvelriHii"   aboard    I4ie  iciJine   Jm    l.lotiil-   Cap-  .���������ei'" If-.     Von  tuny  *"P ���������   W TT ^* W^       ���������*"���������***   ������&%  Crenmloftin!  Looking   For Tract of  From  50,000 to  200,000   Acres  A. tract of land 'from 50,000 to 200,-  000 acro.t is required by George Ollin-  Bei", of Deliver, who^stipulates that it  must be adaptable to "the production  of -wheat, have, plenty of water easily.  accessible,: and bear, a reasonable  'quantity of good Umber.  He stated in a letter lo Ihe Jlogina  board of livide that, hog understands  such tracts of lands exist: in the Northwest and that the government is ready  to dispose of ill em at a low price with  reasonable terms. He was referred  to  the proper quarters.'  London   Secures   Most  Meat  From Argentina  224,866     Tons     Distributed     Through  Central Market Last Year  Argentina    In    3021    again  led  the  world In supplying London with meat.  Statistics jUKt issued   show   Ihat  22J,-  8C(i tons of Argentina men!: Wi-Vo tlis-  j tributod   through   the   eenlral   market:  ! ut .'���������"'mUhfield, ii*. compared  with. .101,-  Aching Backs and Tired Limbs  Need Not be Endured  Too many women ondure  suffer ins  jthat castsra shadow over half her existence.   , An aching back, tired limbs,  attacks : of   fairitness;_ splitting   headaches heed not he a "part of woman's  life*.     Siucl.. trials indidate plainly'that  the blood is thin and 'watery and that  the sufferer heeds the "help of a. real  ���������tonic'Such* as-pr. Williams* Pin.k'pills.  Suffering women who have used this  ni^dicine    speak   of;   it ih the* highest  terms.     -Among those who have be(?n  thus ..helped is Mrs. Ada L. Harman,  Virden,   Man.,   who   writes -���������"Following   the   birth   of a still-born child, a  few years ago, I had  a very serious  time'.     I was so\weak_fpr months that  I    could    not    walk across the room  without a feeling of faintriess.     I had  scarcely strength enough .to, stand up,  and when dressing would have to sit  down two or three  times.      My  face  and lips "were, colorless, I had no appetite,  and  life  did not  seem  worth  living.      A friend urged me to try Dr,  ���������Williams', Pink   Pills   and   I .got   six  boxes,  y Before they were all gone 1  felt improved.      My appetite Was returning, and I wa-s visibly stronger." 1  continued   taking   tho   pills and fully  regained my 'former good health.      I  consider! Di*.   Williams*   Pink Pills a  blessing to weak women, , and    hope  my experience; will* induce some other  sufferer to try them."  You can get, these pills from any  medicine dealer, or by .mail at GO cents  a box direct from Tho Dr. Williams  Medicine  Co., Urockville, Ont.  X-l.t from th..i Jh*itish Isles; .HI...72 from  I Australia and New -Zealand; S.y'fil.-  from Cniiiida and the Vnlled "States;  and r>0���������SS7 ft.'<^u olher emmJvJt.-.-,. The  report, shows Hint Lon.lon'H meat bill  I'or  the  year wasi������*i;3(l,5.0'OtPO0.    ���������  r=i*2������8������*rrZ  t     I i-t|tlllf,     ������HJ  nee,"   (.'ulverb'-)  lalltiaal     U | l| II   ,'i I'������ -d  1*   liiriieil   iii   up-  Vrem  Xteclpmt  tJoolt���������  Writ if Ih������ n������*t\tt\ Cf������t  J.. 4 laa 111 aa#     ... Witt a' a.. %*. t  mi. c������ aa.ia  im4'M*m,;uim.isss������XX!txmiwsxTSi  Albertai's Population  Alberlti's pofiukitlon at the end of  "li.2-1 was approximately ������10,000, ao-  cordhig to-an estJntttle by the provin-  flal ^<������vt riJi.itlil. This I.s :jjj'ijjeu'i a.'ie  of 52,000 as fomprired with If.2:1, when  <ht> hint olllclal census was 1ak������*n. It  Is also esUmaled thnf Home <H> p<*i*  cent, of'ihe provlnce'H population Js  of llrltlsh origin.  Kills the Bill  "I've ln"*jt It-ylng lo ilifnlc of a word  t'tfr I wo week-s."  '"Well, Ih 'Vo\-  r.iilnli-ht.'*  Seekst Ore In B.C. ���������  With the hope, of finding zhic, leai"!  and copper available in good quant I  11tj-K in Brifij-h Oolumbia for export tc  Dutch . smelting plants, Roger It,  Iirun.sfih.wig, of-Airiirt-Mulaiii, director,of  the. N. V. Erts Mineral Company, Is  on liis way to the const. lie bus  Just, returned from snaking contracts  with Bon tii Am oil nan miners nm*  hopes lo got the balance of hi;- requirement." in British Columbia.  Antiseptic '  Soothing:  Healing:   .  f"Ivos  quick  relief  for  sprains,  bruises rheumatism, and iuhani-  lnatlon.  i  ^B   ^^^^ffl   ^SM  ���������^,     mm\ m���������M iL    jdk mm\\ ^^t���������m���������X VL      IHH9   HHSRH  |f|iWli||*|i.'f*f^Ll*t|Ti^ THE    REVIEW,-  CRESTON,    B.    C.  Receives New Appointment  Woodstock,* Ont.,' heads tlte eities  for citizens ' more-than 65 years old,  according to . a " bulletin*"just issued  dealing,with  1921"*census" statistics.  There "was^ jubilation in tlie house-  noid of Former Kaiser Welheim over  the election of Field Marshal Von Hin-  rtenburg as president of Germany.  The Earl of Balfour has joined the  "British cabinet, being appointed presi-j  dent of the council, in succession to  the Marquis Curzon, who died recently.  Field    Marshal    Von   "Tlindenhurg's  "Ooh*t take cTiasiees oi yotar homes or srroJea  boinsr laid ������p". with Distemper, Xiiflneaza,  Fbtk JGye, Xoiryroeitl*, Heaves, Couglu- ar  Colds. Give "SPOHJJ'S" to both the ulols  &si& the. well -ones. The. standard remedy  tor 3D yearn. 01vo-*,Bl������������jH>T-S,"-for Hop ������*s-  veinper. tepid in two 8ir.es \ at drug stores.  SPOlbJT MEDICAID CO. - COSHEK, ETC*  Butter Via Panama Canal  Increasing Shipments Being Sent By  .Alberta Over Southern Route  Exports pf Alberta" butter via the  Panama -Canal continue to increase,  according to the annual report of the  provincial department of agriculture.  The , ei'^orts by this route in 1923  amounted to 4,000 packages of 56 lbs.  each, while in 1924 the shipments by  this route by three firms alone totalled 13,721 packages.  OUR CROSSWORD PUZZLE  i  .Great  North  election to the-German presidency J* * Telegraph,   Canadian   Northern  regarded in Vienna as a serious blow  lo the idea of an Austrian -union "With  Clermany, and is deplored"!)y the news  papers of all parties. -   -  Daniel Christie, 86, pioneer railwayman, who was flreman on the "Countess of Dufferin," the first locomotive  GEORGE   H.   STEAD  recently appointed general superintendent of western territory, Canadian National Telegraphs, with head-  j quarters in Winnipeg.' Miv Stead was  formerly superintendent at Edmonton  and has been in the continuous service  of the   ol-fl -Great  North  Western  Company and subsequently with the Canadian National. His service has  been entirely confined to Western  Canada, he having co-'Aimenced in 188S  BEAUTIFY  IT WITH  'DIAMOND DYES  -<i  tt  lO   lCacli    \������ Al_Uuj_,e__.    *S   uCau. "Jl  as a messenger.  oaMjoiig  A cupful of common salt was a favorite method of suicide among Chinese,  born at South  Gouer, Ont., and  came ; for in such large  doses it acts  as a  west in 1877. - i violent irritant ol" the stomach.  i  s Premier Bruce...ii* .announcing...today.  that  Australia ..would   return,- j mined l-  ately tq- the policy of irqc"; exgdrt for  gold,- explftingi!; that    the   '' CoBimoii"-  Wealth" Government did not inteiid to  j-       7        _ -   - 1  Substitute goTu. for notes us internal"  currency.  -' The Russian State Bank has issued-  orders against J:h.e .acceptance of ''Canadian paper dollars hy any of "its  branches. Thousands ' of " dollars*  worth of counterfeit Canadian notes,  Originating apparently from Montreal,  liave found tiieir way into Soviet Russia during the last few weeks.  Mothers can; easily, know 'when their  children are troubled with worms, and  they lose no tirhi? in applying & reliable,  remedy���������Mothec Gi^vets* Woi'ip Exterminator^     -     -    ���������-  ' - x_  s A Queer Receiving Set,  A radio receiving crystal set, mounted' on an ordinary bone-back collar  stud, and working a -loud speaker, is  reported from Newcastle, "England,  where J. J. Black, a poat oflace emy  ployee, is described as the successful maker,. .The*-;loud speakeri-woj&e.*"."  frora^ihe-H. collar, tettldI set;.ebuld7be  heard 20 feet; a,way. .   ;  Perfect home dyeing and tinting is  guaranteed with Diamond ^Dyes. Just  dip in cold water to  tint soft, delicate  shaeles, or boil fo dye  rich, permanent colors. Each 15-cent  p a c ka g e contains  directions so simple  tiny woman can dye  or tint lingerie, silks, ribbons, skirts,  waists, dresses, coats, stockings,  sweaters, draperies, coverings, hangings, everything new.  Buy "Diainond Dyes"���������lo other kind  and tell your druggist whether the*  material you -wish to color, is wool or  silk, or whether it is lincn.^cotton or  .mixed goods.  1-  4l  To Reach New Heights  " Announcement was made of plans  .i"or a German expedition to ascend  Mount Everest in-the Himalayas, the  world's highest peak, tinder the auspices, of the German Alpine Association.,    j    - .  Horizontal  An aquatic animal.  Deep red carnelians.  9r���������Stockings.  13���������To  fondle.  11���������The     shoots    -of    a  plant. .  15.���������Nothing.      '   "     ~  18���������A Mohammedan  prince.        "      ,"  19-r-Weapons.  20^���������To .confine a ship by-  cables.  21���������A Javanese tree.  23���������To       hinder       from  growth.  27-���������Melodies,  30���������Frozen liquid.  31���������To present.  34���������A  collection of hot-  able sayings.  35���������Perambulating.  38���������Anger.  39���������To infuse or pour in.  40���������See-saws.  41���������A       meshwork      of  twine. .  42���������One who flashes.  44���������A small insect egg.  45���������Place of meeting?  47���������To turn to the driver's off-side.  48���������The longer  edges  of  a  rectangle.  50���������The earth.  53���������Bed of a wild beast.] 24���������Cultivation.  25���������Not'one or the other.  54���������A  great Quantity.  5*7 rP_������-������ -** ������ * "Var-a "TV  ��������� _*������������������*_������       j. H.lM.Jt.ra  59���������To    cut    off or *sup-1     ,      bushes.  press a syllable. 27���������To corrupt.  62-���������A passageway. 28���������Disagreeable or *"is-  ���������4���������Skill.- -     jgusling.  6~���������Tiic'upp'er 'surface oT 29���������Quick. ' ~V~  BABY'S OWN TABLETS  ALWAYS IN THE HOME  Once a mother has used Baby's Own  Tablets for her little ones she will use.  nothing else and as long as there .are'  babies in the home you    will    always  find a box of Baby's Own Tablets on  hand.      Thousands    of : mothers have  become convinced through the actual  Use of the Tablets that there is nothing  to, equal  them  in banishing  constipation and/indigestion;,* "breaking up  colds  and  simple    fevers; , . expelling  worms   and. promoting; /that  healthful  refreshing  sleep  so ''necessary' to  the  welfare  of  little  ones.   x- Among  the  thousands    of    mothers, who    praise  ^Baby's Own, Tablets is .Mrs. Alex. J.  jPerry.  Atla alic,  N.S.,   who  says: ���������"I  "always  keep  Baby's   Own   Tablets  in  .the house as I know ot'.no.other niedi-  ���������.clue that can equal them for the. minor  'ills that come to young chiidrem." The  ���������Tablets are sold by medicine dealers  ���������or by mail.at 25c a box ft'oni The Dr.  Williams'    Medicine   Co.,   Bro'ckviUe,  put. -  a rpom.���������  66���������To perceive.  07���������Wild. goat  of  Iliuia-  - *laya7- --  6S���������A spirited horse.  69���������The summit.  Vertical  . 1���������The* " extent     of     a  bridge. "*-  2���������-C o n t r a c tion       for  "even."  3���������A small particle.  * 4���������Contands    witli"  the'  fists.  5���������Limb between shoul-  - der and hand.  6���������Small European deer.,  7���������That .which is owed.  _ 8���������To     walk     with  proud gait.  10���������Burden.  11���������To transgress.  12���������Otherwise.  17���������An annotation.  19���������Gibe.  J 22���������Racers.  31r  g I a z. t s  Imaginary  (variant).  32���������An infernal being.  ?3���������Reposes.  1 SO���������The whole. "  i 37���������Born.  a!  46���������A compound used in  . washing.  ���������iJh���������A skin eruption.  50���������"Woody forest inhabitants.  51���������To, add to.   :   .   s--c -  32���������A.      thin. .    narrow,  7 *-   '     wooden "strlp-  53���������A thin, narrow board  j over which plaster  ���������_ is laid.  ; 55���������A  clasp  that  passe?.  over a staph1;.  j 5<;���������\    genii*"   "of*  **ver-  j greens.    -    ^ -  1 5S��������� -An epoch.        "  I 60���������Illuminated.  ��������� 61���������To cease to live.  ���������3���������The sheltered side of  I ��������� a. "boat.  Ossr Own Coin  Answer To Last Week's Puzzle  Smile artd the World  Wilt SmlJe With  You      - *  The universe pays every man in his  own coin; if you smile, it smiles upon  you in. return; if you frown, ,you will  be frowned at; if you sing you will bo  invited into gay company; if you  think, .you will be entertained by  thinkers; and" if /ybuTioye the world  and earnestly seek for the good that  is therein you will he surrounded .by  loving frien :1s, and nature will pour  into your lap the 'treasures-of the  earth. Cen&ure, criticize and-. hate  and you will be censpred, criticized  "and hated by your own- fellowraen.  Every seed brings forth after its  kind. Mistrust begets mistrust, and  confidence begets confidence, kindness begets kindness, love1 begets love.  f OHAJRAOTER TEHLB  ���������; Poop lo; thWMiBhoiit) this ������aCOuntry ������urdi  giving mora fthought to hygiene anu to  tho purity oC romodlcs on tho market,  uut no on^j doubts tho purity o������ Doclpi-*  Piorco*s vegetable, medicines, for tboy  liftvo boon 80-favorahly ltnown for over  ifllty yoara that ovoryona knows they aro  j tist what thoy aro cl aimed to ho. Tliosa  incdtclnos 11.ro tho result of lon������ rese-arcli  hv a wcU-Uijawn physician, 3J. V. Plorco,  M. D., vwho compounded  thorn  from:  licalth-gtvhig herbs and roots long used  in aiclcinwa by tho ladiaua.   Dr. I-l-jrce'ti  reputation tL3 a loading  and honored  pltlxon of BitHalo, la a sufllclonb Kiiaran'-  tcc for tho parity of that splaiulld tonla  tind blood imrlfldr, tho Goldon Moillcal  Ulscovory, ������nd tho equally lino ncrva  tonlc iindByi'tem b������,ilUIcr for womon'-i  nan-nieiit^ Dr. Plorco'a FavorllaQ l-rescrlp-  tlou.   tS-ind 10c for trial pkg. tablets to  l)t. riei-ccfsd ]Lauora.torv ht Brldscburs,  Oiibai'lo,   ' . 1.    ���������   '  '  fca." ������""��������� I.,' ."M.H ��������� ....I .l.,,..!...,.. ���������...-.,..,!!. ��������� ���������������'���������   *:������������������������  *~     '     "'  W.     N."   V.     1575  Modish and  Practical Suspender Skirt  Nothing could he smarter than the  suspender skirt, one <*1' fashion*^ latest  deciees. !A . here pictured, it is miide  of flannel In "one of the over-popular  navy h\������vt Hliad'es.'' Tho shoulder  straps art- sos-shap-ecl that theywilt well  on the shoulders. Quo of tho .pockets,  displays'a colored, handkerchief,.which  adds a note of color yontrast. This  suspender skirt, No. 71022, compH ih  r.Isci-, Ui Jo 12 Inch i'i; huat, i*.ize HS requiring 2% yards of 3G oiv-JO-liich matorlal. A suitable;- blouse to wear with  this skirt i.i No. "1-0'lH, ���������Vniade pl'/heavy  crepe de chine. The blouse ' is in  sizes 34 to -14 incites bust, "ind rotpilrea  2V'> vnrds of IM" lo 10-lnoh niitlerhil I'or  ,Bl5������v38. y  "*   , , ,7:   ���������  Mew   Zealaid    Making    Huge   Cheese  .A monster cheeso, for Wembley ia  being made by the Now Zealand Dairy  Produce Board. It will eclipse the  cheese shown at last year's exhibition,  "Kvhich weighed more than :1(J cwt;  Resist and* you will bo resisted.    '"'-1'0 {'j6 000-lions  meet the aggressive assault every eii-���������'  tity rises up rigid and impenetrable���������  while   yonder   mountain   of   granite  nied ts and floats away on the river of  lo\fe.���������N. W. Zimmerman.    7  Co-operatlve7Egg Production  It is conservatively estimated by the  secretarj- of the Now Alberta Co-oper--  ative Poultry Pi-odpcers, laimlted, that "*  a million and a quarter eggs have  heen contracted for by the organization.      These arc the product of some  How To Order Patterns  I  Add reus���������Winnipeg  Newspaper Union,  375 r/lcDermot Ave., Winnipeg  -���������' ��������� 1 ' -.  .   ,,, '.,...'-,. ..-.        . , > ,y  Pattern No,..'..'. i .... .Size.'....   Civilization and  Murder  The murder rate in this .country has  more than doubled In the, last twenty  years.      Thanks  to  tiny   motor,    the  deatli rate through accLiic-nt" has more  than kept pace with 1he hfimlelde in  creaso.      While    science    litis    made  great' progress in reducing the d< ath  rate from disease, tho flivver and the  automobile ha.vw 'been doing a'rttshin.**.  business���������in tho direction of 1h������y mor-  gue^-    That Is wliat we get for being  civillnod.���������I.OH  Angeles  Times.   . ���������  . Balloon jumping Is the newest sport  in England; You attach a small balloon to yourself and it makes you so  buoyant thalyou'can jump.over barns,  hayKtacks and trees with ease, A  push-of Ih? foot -will send you up 50  feet in  the air.  For,  Aches   arid  Liniment  Pains   Use    Minni-d'*  Ninety-nine tons of human hair was  exported froih Hong Kong In 192.5.  SUltWL  i%y  NIGHTy  arations  Nurat*.  Town.  ProvJncu., ,s .., ..,   Send 20c din or alanips   (wrap  coin  1 carol utly)        ��������� ,       /  I Keep Minard's Llnl-n-^nt in the  House  Unexcelled in purhy, they ure  rcgOat'tleu by uilUictuia. hu amiwalr-d  In the promotion of ekln and hulr  heuhh. The purifying, antiBeptlc,  pore-cleanBing propertlea of Cuticura Soup invigorate and preaprve  the skin; the Ointment oootheo and  helps to henlranhea and eruptiona.  The freely-lather In b Shaving Stick  CatueieH no Irritation but leaves the  akin hetth and smooth. The Talcum  Ih fragrant and refveahlnfi-.  , f. . -I. - -tH* .������. -I       a|    ������ f-4j .-  M������fc*UJ|LU<l������    aW������*W*i     *������*V������-     U#     ^MkMMla*, aUtMMil      U������**i  Unnot;   -UUnhM*** tWU JUlottilPMl.'*    IVl  ���������IS^OIntmorit ������6 ������ikI &ac. Tulctifit ^  m**0W0mm*mititim  'J'ho  United  Slates auny hji.'  a  'Soldiers   who  wt-ar  kills.       Thtr-y  tho    Fila-Flta.'-,    naiivt!    soldiers.  Samoa.  rt ��������� w  an*  of  MORNING  ICEEP   YOUR  EYES  CLE/VN    CLEAR  AND   HEALTHY  value fOK rMn t-**** rn**. ���������ft**fl>*.-M*t*",������iw't C"xxw,acA'>o,i'i������-������  ^mt*4it,vnu.4tmi'mmu  WM������*       i'M������taa������>.44j*J>U    A  '   I'rl-**, 81u������|������|  inc. I  aek SSc. {  An Oil tb.it is Prixed'Everywhere.���������'  Dr.     Thomas'     Kclectrlc OH Was   put  upon tin* market wlihmit any--flourish  over fitly  yenr-"  aero.       It   whs   put   Ul������  t.o meet the wutus ol a small sen ion. \  but     its     soon     sis  Its  merits   sitH'aina*"  known il. luul a whole continent  for ji'.  Held, and .1  Is now knuwn and pil/.ed ,  There  Is t  * vile, Rellnt-l't.T-i.wlntln-i  medlcln-! 101 ���������. *a,ti^-*i������,J ;Solilj in_  t*-irt>; Atfiirt i r������l nrri'.,,' ^' '*"'"*  ' _^0*^a^p^^.^^^^f^at!_T?:tN|l-*4*ftS ^H^l*SMl^S^lJW*^!UtW  .���������lift' liaV^**Pjrti������W**ftl.������|* S,������fiP,������*tai  ���������������.,,.:.,-T|**Bt*4M-������MMir,Wt**i������4.������������-  ���������|i>, ������������������.,.>4,U'itn tavtlVl.nl MfL-l.tu -.j.  ���������   .,       tt������,;H)t1.a1 "������tl. ��������� ' ������  V  throughout  I his continent.  nothing e<iual to IL  Women's   clubs   have   bueome Uum-  erous" lu   Turkey.        A   lew   >e.tis   ;tj*f������  u"'*'"   ";**��������� \---''--   Minard's Li-niment for Backaclvo  OVat"������r MAttr A eiMTURV nB**UTAirlON  .......... .. TMat  _tvo  llll Lt bLCnU O   MVER.IMION  1     mwjt, *k> a.j^>a.3Ataj.Jt,;iiir.*. <��������������������������� vr������,.|t tt a *" m .'..c-  Oft    LEa IjIaaCllij   *5     fOtt    1% IvffZm IM 'fl  ������\r* lafctt  ���������KI.IAaU-'*   '*>*   *W.������0:*  tt"l *"-i*������1������.  b������j������ biT l*������il������������ <'a>*-'4������a-������.      I'lk'tr,  Hi   l'.n������1.>i>.l   a������,  tUm. tf C.i.gvr Vt������J.v"-*������  KavriMaai. ������.l. S , V\.'.������. 1. ,}������,lsia  ���������c"M������t" HH-t ("���������*��������������� *������������������ rr.'".". i ������ -   1 . l������-i'i'*aafi On*.  aarWa*. ** *������,-������*.��������� ". I ���������������-*. I. JtO-*' "i '-i"������ Cat*. ' *.; *  'a  .jjai_fuuia  THE cauBseroir HBTISW  For Sajlbor Trade���������8 months old  Jersey bull calf, purebred, $90, or will  trade for milch cow. O. Nicfcel.  Griffin Raach������ Oreston.  ,������r, &xtn mrs������  J  Pur  Pianoforte, Organ ana  Singing Lessons  AR1HUR COLLIS,  Creston  P.O. Sms tii  ENGINECR  .ARCHITECT  SURVSVOeS  {Registered]  CRESTOK, B.C.  Local and Personal  OGILVIE Goods are dependable  1  Just Arrived!  A SHIPMENT OF  jcwrowa  Canvas Shoes  _, ^ji"  Foi"w*t ft laB-'iSimd milch cow, price  90S.    Mrs. J. Wilson.  WANTBD-rrSeveral acres, stumped  and ploughed.   C Blair, Canyon.  For $AlaE���������Underwood typewriter^  in good shape. . Enquire Review Office  Services as usual in the Presbyterian  Church, Sunday, July 12, morning and  evening.  For SAL.K���������7 breeding ewes, also  pigs.ready July -1st. $6. Geo. Davie.  C*ssi3*6t_,_  For Sax.k���������Auto knitter, good as  new, will sell right. W. Miller,  JQricltson.  For     Sax,e���������Three-hcale  stove, in   good   shape,  "$12.,  Review Office."  a$oline  hquire  ,W* W. Simister am������ on  a visit /tp^refirifiwtej '������nd- friends in  Southern^ "*f  ng the trip by  nioto? wStli iheir B3B, Fred.._       >.,r.  ���������������___..   '-ii.     v * - " - ���������-  Me. asd *M*t������i^ -<?nyler of Medicine  Habp ^ta., who aw-eUm a motor trip to  tii������'��������� OkkttagaiC "'ww e' visitors. ^pii  Wednesday with" Mr. and Mrs. Hayes.  ��������� Miss Freda _j������wis, nurse in training  atthe General .Hospital, , Vancouver,  arrived on Saturday- for a short vacation with her parents, Mr. and-Mrs.  Fred Lewis.       . __--**  For Hjsnt or Sajlr���������7-roona~houpe  on Victoria Avenue, $10 a month,  immediate possession. Applv to -M.I&.  Palmer, Bricfcson, or to" Mrs, R. B.  (Staples, Creston.  *  FOR 8ax*j���������������Ford touring car, siart-  ing'and lighting system. Also 6 h.p.  Waterloo Big Chief stationary engine.  Both is* first-class running order.  Ashley Cooper, Wynndel.  *���������������*���������" "-  -Residents  in   Kaslo Slncan   do  not  appear to be enjoying really good  health, in the past month. Creaton  member** of the Fifteen Hundred Club  hare had to liquidate three death  claims.  Miss Mildred JB������cDon-ild, who has  been teaching near Snsign, Alberta,.  .the past year, arrived home on Friday  for the   smssikesm* .v������c*stios   *5**itt*-   her  ps rents, Mr. and Mrs.  H. W. MoDon  aid; Glencne Ranch.  -Revenuesat Creston provincial police  office for June were in* the neighborhood ������f $600, motor -licenses accounting for $290, and amusement tax  totalling; $136. .thanks to the annual  six_d������y ChantauqWa.  yAny falling off there may have been  in June weddings .will he fully made  up this month. Three of these happy  eventsare -already announced, with  Alice Siding, Creston and Srickson  furnishing the brides.  Mrs. Cannaday. has re opened bet-  tailor shop .and .is prepared to'do  pressing-, altering'on men's suits and  rr-lining coats.for, ladies and gents.  She is located fn the old Citv Bakes*-���������  building, nest the Review.  t -  Miss Sdna Holmes, who has charg-  of Division,II"*. of. the public, school,  left at the end of the week for Victoria, whes-e she is -attending the six--.  weeks session-of the education department's summer school In that city. '  The fill at Kootenay Landing is  completed and the trains that have  been hauling fill from the -Canyon and  Yahk werfe taken off at the end of the  week. This work has been under way  for the past four year* and has necca-  "iiated" an expenditure of at least  $l-5.ti&6.     c * -. . *   .-���������  Anglican Church Service  SUNDAV.^ULY  ORBSl-ON  12  8 and 11 turn.  ���������a-a  7.80 p.m.  Strawberries. For Saus���������Suitable  for preserving, Scents a pound. F.  K. Smith, Creston.  .,/* AI IAN DWAN Production  l2U5ffla.eJ������SSE.|r4J������S������r  .GEEO* -_L-_I-I-~"%~  JUST ABRiyKET  OtnPS* AJNIO  SAUCERS  For Rent���������8- room  house, cehtraUy  l'*8ssv=sd5      iss__S!!S*'si*lt������      ruvMReSSiOH;      \v=!"  K. Brown. Creston.  The evening  of   Wednesday,  July  29th������ should be kept open for a lectme,  which will  likely   tie illustrated with'  moving pictures, on   forest  preservation.   The spettker w*l*rbe Col. Allen  ^.m %r:~������. ��������� ���������*_         _*   aa,   ..Jl R_   S__   3��������� ____._���������  aaaij_������>i_apitf��������� an ticca  Leather Toe Caps..  Rubber Heels.  Just the thing for hot  weather.  truck.  C   O.  Creston orchestra was,, at Kitchener  Mrs. Mallandaine was a visitor with  on    Satuiday    night      where     they  Spokane friends a few days last week,*[furnished music for a dance given hy  ths- Anrasisen-ent-Cinb of that town,  and are bonked for similar appearances  fortnightly for the next two months.  Mrs. Ben Dew, a former well known  resident of Oreston, now. residing nt  Priest River, Idaho, was a. .weekend  visitor with Creston friends, the guest  of'Mrs. Boyd. She made the trip by  motor, her sou, Arthur, accompanying  her.  Jacksons  retnrnih*; on Tuesday.  For   Sam:-���������Owe ton    Ford  $225,   or   will   trade   for   car.  ZJndbiooxn, Kitchen**:*.  For Sax.cc���������Jersey cow, 870. Also a  one-horse mower. Mis. Vaness  (Alice Siding), Creaton.  Miss -Frances Dow of Moosejaw,  Sawk.. is a Creston visitor'this week,  the guest of Mrs. M. J. Beninger.  Mr. and Mrs. Jack Cameron of  Cranhrook were weekend visitors with  his parents here., making the trip by  motor.  Keith Lidgate, who is employed  with the Curlew creamery at Kelson,  was a weekend   visitor   with   Creston  friends.  a r r i a  nRrriJ-i  turn  Bsa    tsf     V9   m        . mm S3    0     m  About 15 pounds on hand  and priced to sell quickly.  Come early to be sure of  your supply.  Mrs. Cannadny  tailor-shop, and  is  old City   Bakery.  Review.  has ifwopentid her  now located in the  building   next   the  Beautiful  CnffllshChina of the folio" .__ _.   CROWN ALBERT, AT*LAS, at-psieesto suit afl purses.  make: AYNBhKV.COJjJJNQ'WQOI}  The sale of Victor Beootde has been extended.   -- Order tthe ones yon want  supply them at a reduction. - 75c .Records 65a., and 20c. sedactioa ettw  ' except Red Seal Recorda.   Vlsifc oar store; you wiU 3i_e tho atmoephere,  oi-dera prompt**-diepatehed, -  we-wfU  B-  ^J*  -  ataaw.  VMAWSON  CREBTON  Mrs. Broley arrived from Spokane  at tht end of the week  for a holiday  viwlt with   her parent**, Mr. and Mn������,  Geo. Niohol.  Mrs. W. B. Martin and family left  at the end of the* week for  a   holiday  ��������� wtv     nttitt     a arjtt&a ��������� art*    ���������������������     X-at-iDtill    HIIU  points west.  Tho road roller arrived bflok from  Rossland a few days ago and repairs  to the hard surface road will be undertaken at once.  Herb Manuel and Olaf Payne, who  hav������ be<������n working   at   Trail   for   the  p*������t four month*-, are   home  on   holl  days at present,  W"ANxiano-������tra-)nR,  cap.ihi*! ghl  Tor  fenemt bonsetrork, good waffco, go-od  nimm.        Apwly   Mr*",   B���������   Prttterf.-nn..  Cranbrook, H.C,  PoHcti court bnjnlt,������B������ wat tiriikrr in  June than for BOtme month-* fWMnlp  Magistrate MsllJindalnr levying flnea  to tbe extent of :|9R.  President Allmn In expected buck tn  time to preside h* the July spstslon of  ���������hrmmi on    H#������n������nl   ������*������f     Traid**-,    ttwlmla-h    .���������.  scheduled    for    TuC.^dtty   night  at 8  clctcL.    -r- ��������� - ^ j- ���������  Fruit Gfowers, Attention!  We are offering you an a" Pine and Spruce Bo*_������ and we  supply otie-pieee tops and bottoms unless otherwise:  specified    PRICES UPON BEQUEST. ^  Permit as to supply your boxes.  Western  P.O. Box 91:  Box &  e Mills, Ltd.  NELSON. B.C.  jfac  Our former townsinan, G. M. Argue,  now tvsident nt Nelson, is playing  bnteball on the senior team of that  town, and fwmi newspaper reports his  hitting and fielding are quite the bt-tst  see---in si Nelson uniform for' sometime past. ���������  R. B. McLeod, who was on the sales  staff ofv the Spt-era* store up till  November last, bu_t now located at  Kellogg. . Idaho, was renewing  acquaintances |n town atthe weekend,  leaving on Sunday to visit a sister at  Kimberiey.  MSbj- Rose Cherrington left on Saturday for Plncher Creek, Alberta,  where she joinB up with apnrty,who  are making a motor trip to the  stampede at Calgary this week, and*  will also visit other prairie points on  tbe outing.  The members of Creston L.O.L. and  L.O.B.A. will march to the United  Church on Sunday ������venln-j, .Tuly 12th,  fcr service at 7.80. JMIemhtrs will meet  at the Indgernnm, Mi'icrtntU-ji Hall, at  0.45 prnn#t. Visiting' brother and  sisters welcome.  Wm. Ilnmnjiy of Nslson, pujblio  works department district ������nglneer,  wito here on 4������n Inupcctlon trip at the  dfni K.S, Ihi- vv-t'4-k. "Ugj illl lift* *���������������<! oB  the month he had received no word  one way or the other aa to the road  diversion ������t Arrow Crock*  Witli tho possible -exc^ptl-on of Alloo  Hiding every Bchool In Creston Valley  Is on thus lookout for at least one new  teacher,  and  the secretaries of  tho  WMflriltM  t������������tn������. ataita h-^������������ai������f|pi aaaaaaa ������Ma* t> 11. ana ta-fanMrt-  heavy mails these days from applicants tor tho vitcant position*.  R* , - & ___i  aspberry  Anyone who wishes to place their order for Raspberry Crate*  With us please do so at once as we are not heavily  stocked with Raspberry Haltock*A  jr^"mr~mr   -____'   ^__!**4      _T~V, '   TTTL _/^'WSt__TN '"l^.-Th _C>t.'  BOX OM ANUFA.OrriJ-EiBS'R  ���������  r  fill ||,;||'|| J JJ ������������������ II J|||||g?* -*|fI;d'|M-Ut)Sv  m  ESS  3*_5_____S_~___i*S  giBnaaitu  We also handle a Hne of GUAMnTEED SEiDOHB  HAND USED CARS.  ^^u^a>Sj9La_t *^t^'_5__.^u?tit'     (SDH* Xm     ^^mav^XL ���������C?__y Bf."Liyfl-fl.     *M_ff3a'Wi w ^aUwi    hIIti iBv Hi TyTJy^ffif������l^rt?OTl)fS^w** ffl  with a full line of Car Pftrts and Acce8sorieat  ^1  I  BIPOH'0   HI   M. ft 1 jMMh  tVABi o  B. S. BEVAN, Prop.  Excm&ivo Ford Dealer  m^mmmmmmmmmmmm


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