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Array vol. jsrvil.  ^-*S"0 _" CJ'V-'a ���������*.-"���������  ���������Uri>JGiC>J.'_-i_S,  Ta.    _-*���������>. *  iJC-JOf.  S&I&AY. JULY 3,  -**        i- . a? ���������"i- ���������*  1925  No. 20  IS,  fit  15  seball  Match. Sunday  >  The management ���������of both " the  Eriekson and" Creston teams have  fine tooth combed their territory to  secure the best of the baseball talent for Sunday's game between  tlitis*-- ag<t*l"ec*stio'ns* - and the fans-  are .assured the best contest of the  season, which will be, a benetit  affair, the entire proceeds going to  'catcher Jim Dodds of* the -Creston  -* *>  nine, who is laid: up with a broken  leg. sustained in a game at Kitchen-  ea about three weeks J*gP* 73"t.e  line nps are announced as  follows:  BBICKSOir  Telford, c.  H. Boffey, p.  F. Romano, ss.  Burns, 3b.  McKelvie. 2b.  A Boffey, cf.  Hall, rf.  Dodds* If.  Long, lb  CRESTON  Holmes, rf.'  0. Christie, c.  Joyce, lb.   __^ -  B.-Staples,-ss..'  F. Christie, 3b.  Ggilvie, p.    -  1. Staples. If.  Crawford, cf.  J. Goodwin. 2b.  at  The game wilt start   prompt  P. "la  Bti/t    _a*ra^wrrrV������������>_rT������T       ������a_V>_rt      tv___la__a,_-___,a  baseball' is something the community ought to- have should be out to  show appreciation In keeping with  such an occasion.  in all community activities, and the  board parts-company with "her services  with great regret.  The Ladies' Community Club dance,  at the schoolhouse on' Friday night  was fairly well attended in spite of the  hot weather that prevailed, the rm'eh  Intake fcfei rig about $520.    ""*'--  .Miss Frances Knott is expected hoftie  today from Skonkumchuk, where she  has been in charge of the public -school  since fche first of lhe year.  Prank Lewis of Creaton is here at  present cutting the hay crop on the  Putnam place at the,_corner.  "Strawberry.shipping will come-to an  end. at the first of the week. Sour  cherries sir.-* moving now. but there  will be none of the sweet varieties to  ship this year.-  . Mr. Nygard, a Norweigan resident  of j_k.lbei-ta.j has purchased and taken  pnssessiod of the Bert Hare place this  week, Mrs, Nygard and family accompanying btnn       r   "    7 ' __���������*'  **������y\\*mm.L1mZm^+-%A. - a-" '  "���������wascM ju__r. gi _^_.*uitt,  -  SparMin^omedy  L-K*  The old joking, phras^, _ *������lo������der and  funnier'*" was "never 'sM&pt as in the  case of "Charley*j6._itj|r|^*'which will be  ...jAii _,i    ������-w_*   trs.._._^_*r'..i_!-L_?_-._._ j ������...   mail   these    days.    Th's^aiumber    of i  applications coming in for the vacancy  nn   the   sta_:   due   to   Miss   HichterV  l'esignation. would  indicate that most  every teacher in B.C.   would - like   to  come to Eriekson. *^-  Creston School  Promotion List  seen at  tbe Grarid^ffr-tdayand Satur-  Al Christie  X'riruup vra. att'iiu  ���������atuta ar* ca.aaa  pathize with hi ni ijg������ the* mishap he  sustained on Monday, when he had  one arm broken. Whilst* hauling in  hay With Otto'- .Johnson's team the  horses shifted unexpectedly throwing  him from the top of the load co the  ground. Medical aid. watt immediate  ly forthcoming, -ind he is doing nicely.  day, July Srdnand; iSS^/p  .may safely be dreclit^'- wit h having  prod-seed a, ~ ffeatKi-^,^ngta.___eowi'dy  which is funnier thai^jLany : we have  ever before seen and '^y which audiences laugh louder tlih-n the***, have  lauglied in months, ifAiofci������'year������i  '  When .the" sttuatio^ pi-.)gress. the  aughs coihe,-'thick and fast un.til they  develop into'ho.wls* of iuerrlenent. Syd  Chaplin, the .star, in! .the .title ride off  *'Charley's . Aunt ft-tfp* Brawl where  the nut's come from"-Jfe undeniably at  bl������ best HT"d."this is -the hi������,li "cint of  hie. oareer* so far. He), hits the high  spots of comedy asr "do the other* in  the cast.   - " *     -     " .-*:-  AboutHllthat.nefed.be said is that  the picture has nior-f 'laughs than the  play. so. it is assured ;4,hat those who  go to the Grand theatre this week wilg  have an-tour and a half of "joy uncoc.  -fined;;"'     " '*'"   '   * "-'-^:  With the exception of one scholar  every pupil at Eriekson school received  promotion at the " term-end examination last week. All the pupils got  .goodwill Society Certificates and two  thirds of them were awarded certificates' for" writing. ' Miss* Richter  Announces the honor roll -winners as  follows:' Proficiency���������Frances Hand-  ley. Regularity���������Corrie Celli. Deport  ment���������Kathleen Bundy. The honor  roll winners in Miss Trent bath's room  ,were:- Regularity���������Ruby Martin. Deportment���������Richard Thurston. The  award for proficiency will go to the  scholar taking the highest standing at  the Entrance examination.  Creston orchestra played for a most  enjoyable dance !n> the old schoolhouse  on Saius-day night..  r Cecil Moore, who has been on a visit-  here, was a Cranbrook visitor on Friday. .     . . -  ./-  MiOT^Nom^-Hagen^ ^ wfio^hos ~tjjw*n  undergoing medical., treatment' at  Cranbrook, btjs returned to herhimie  here, and "is. in * considerably--better  health. " *-#  ..TheFruit Growers rolled theSrinst  straight carload of berries on Thursday, making a total of fifteen cars for  the season. This has been the short*  e.st berry season .in many years,  though the crop is the heaviest since  _82_,  H. Price of Winnipeg, who has been  spending his   vacation here,- stiperin  tending the shipping of his berry crop,  returned to the 'Peg on Saturday.  Mr. Sheppard, who has been here  for some weeks on the Tan oh, left on  Monday for his home ut Winnipeg.  T. W. Davies of Cranbrook was here  a couple of days this week, making  the trip in his car, and looking up old  friends. Mrs. T. Sadler und family  accompanied him.  Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Moore and son,  who have been visitors, with the  hitter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. M.  Hagen,"left for their homo at Riondel  on Sunday.   _-*  There was u jolly local hop in the  M. Wigen packing shed on the flats on  Wednesday night. Everybody was  there and everybody voted tt one off  the moat enjoyable dunces of the year  Mr. Conell of Calgary, -who is a  visitor with Mr. Wall, will take tbe  8ervJco in the "United Church on Sunday afternoon, July 6th, at 3 o'clocka,-���������"  af V*^*-*  -t. ^T *  &������**tlsar*  -.  ���������Mr. and Mrs. Johnson and family,  and* Miss" Clata^Hunt, we*ra weekend  visitors with friends at Cranbrook  and.' Sinitcrley, making the trip by  auto.  Kitchenerlost at baseball on Sunday  by a score j*������f 14 to 13-. in Creston*s f av  or. A generous* c������>lle*Jtion was takfn  r^Hhe^MSe fowl^^e^5^"^mr"ti&0S  of Ci-estonV;^b*o ha'd?_1svteg~"&_kSli-tn"  a game here iSfi-ee w^ska ago; '   -  *-    t ���������-,  -^_,"_      ** *^c   **    "'"���������- ^ -   -"-^  We are pleased to no*.e that ��������� Airs.  Devlin, who-~ha-s/jtist returned from  Rochester, Minn., h* considerably- im-  yroved in health. **     ,  Mr. and Mrs. f������.e������Jon.esr iwere Cres-  t-m visitors ou Friday, motoring to  the metropolis t hut-day."  Miss McGregor has issued the terra-.  end   report  off   Kitchener   school,   as  follows:-Promoted to Grade 2b���������Marit  Arb.   Mary  Androsnff.     Promoted to  Grade 2a���������Frank A oar. Hazel McGon-  egal,  Nettie Androsoff, Billy Fayston,  Myrtle   Anderson,    Douglas   McKee,  Celena Langlois.   To Grade 3���������Margaret Hamilton. Tom Fayaton, Mildred  Hamilton,    Grace    Strong,    Wilbert  Dorey. * To Grade 5���������-Vivian Langlois;  Vera   McGonegtil,    Margorie'.-'-Stro'ngi  Selmer Anderson; Clara Fayaton.   On  trial���������Willard  Bluby Clifford  Dorey.  To Grade 6���������Richard Molander, Wesley  Blair,'Clarence Anderson.     On trial���������  Myrtle Strong,   To Grade.6���������Beatrice  Molander, Claude Simpson.    To Grade  ���������f'���������Mildrrd Andeen, Clara Hunt       On  trial���������'LudWig   Anderson,      Diplomas  were awarded ns follows: Deportment  -���������;Grace Strong,   Proflc1erncy---Mildred  Andeen.    Regularity and Punctuality  Clara Hunt, who  was in attendance  every day throughout the year.    '  Mrs. Mohondron  of ..Portland, Ore.,  who has been the guest of   her   sister,  .Mrs.   Roy   Proctor,,    the    last   three-  weeks, left for  Cranbrook   o*n -Thursday, en route home.  Mr. and Mrs. Brawn   left on. Sunday  on a holiday trip to .the coast,"making  a shortstop at Pentieton. "*    -*  School closed Friday morning, after  which a picnic was held on the beach  and much enjoyed by all. Principal  Hine left the t-.-itne afternoon for Nelson. "We are sorry he will not be-  here next term. He was a good teat-hand was liked by -������___  Prihcipar.  merit)  to  Couling,  Goodwin,  Masted Floyd Celi| left on Saturday  for a holiday visit atpoleiuan, Alta.  Men from here" employed at the  Putnam, Palmer S^Stajpiea mill the  past slight months "aaftr home for the  season, the plant shutting down on  the "csOth.. afl^v a big;-*;ul- of IsiEiber and -  ties, xhe output of-"the latter running | Mrs. Jones and Mrs. Neil of Kus-  to 45,000. /--i -" I kanook were here for the sendofff giv  I en Conductor Hall on   Saturday   eve  rung, r "-   | "*  Miss Beth Potn'am accompanied  Miss Treiaibath .we_fe*._Bn Sat-ardaty and  ^i^li-epend-Jolyyon': **<^i5ic_w^h.her at.  Harnniond and af ^o������Bt-x������jntst*  .---.**-        ��������� --i k '* *���������"      ������ -   * .    -  ���������^ The car ot oil-that. i***in storage.at:  the-public works shed itt- -Creston ���������- ia.  expected to be put on the -road from  the top of Crawford's-hill Into Erick";  son���������a������_far as it w|13 go.  'Divisio-N-- L-^-.l.   McL^Han,  - PromoCiBd   (in   order    of  Entrance      Class���������--Arthur  Richaid    Randall^    .Mary  L"-mra Holmes, Percy Robinson, -Marion. CoDis,   John   Blinco,   Jessie Lear  TRisnthi    Passed   on    probation���������Frsd  Christie, Charles Moore.  Honor Rolls. " Proficiency���������Eric  Martin. Deportment���������Laura Holmes.  Regularity and Punctuality���������Arthur  Co-uling, Victor Grundy, Jessie Lear-'  month; Percy. Robinson, Harold  Speers. "     . *  DnnsiON- II.���������Miss Vickers, Teacher.  Promoted (in order of merit) to  Grade VIL���������Jean McCreath and Tom  Crosthwait equal," Donald Bentley,  Aileen Spratt. Frank Crawford, Harry  Miller, Ronald Gibbs, Lillian Trevel-  yaa, Htreli Miller. Dora Spratt, Arthur  Webster, Hilda Payne, Gwen Web-"  ster, Lettie .Couling. Passed on pro-  bationr-Betty" 'Speers, Beth West,  Madge Moore. -   "~-  Promoted "fin" 'order of merit) to  Grade . VI.���������George Willis, Marion  Burnett," Faye*"Pendry. JBnii Christie,  BilHe Bayler Harold Beninger. Passed  on-"5* pit>batio������-i-Dora Nickel, F*red  Atdei-sort," _. Lawrence JE������aptonstall������  -E.uphemia Fisher, Sally Johnson.     '  Honor   Ri>Hb:    Proficiency-fGeorge  ���������W illis.   Deportment���������Aileen   Spratt*  Rt^ularity    and . Punctuality���������rDora  'Spi-cttt, Jean McCreath,   Billie   Bayle,  I Msn.!sse Dov;nt'S.   B&tty Speers. Lefctis  CO ailing.  Division UL���������Miss "Wade, Teacher.  X    Promoted from   Grade  IV.   Sr.   -to  {Grade    V.���������:Lynxi   Beaacer,    Margaret  .mkV&BS^ftilSSa   &C*gflyjy  Dell Blittu, who operates tliiS" Htito  stage between Porthili und Bonners  Ferry, lost hi& seven-payaenger auto  by Are on Monday last, The car and  garage went up in smoke about an  hour after coming In from n , trip to  the latter place.  As fine a sample of cauliflower ������&\  will he seen this-season was available  for the retail trade on June 30th. It  was from' the Littiejohn ranch, and  the head8 were firm, of good size und  splendid texture.  Another surprise-shower guest of  honor was Miss Maud. Botterill, who  was thus entertained nt the home of  Mrs. Thurston on Friday evening, at  which she received a very fine miscellaneous-lot of gifts suitable for a new  home. The social features of the evening Were also much en joyed by the  company.    - ;^  Mioses Trem bath and Richter of the  Eriekson school staff got 'away at the  end of ihe week for the summer  vacation at their homes at Hammond  and Midway respectively.  F. J. Klingenemiith nppeara to be  the first In this section to, have new  potatoes on a commercial scale. -Hi*  was supplying the retail trade with  them at the end of the week.  The condition of Jim Dodds, who  had his leg broken in a baseball game  at Kitchener about three week-, ago,  is now m uch more favorable. Along  with the bad leg ho has suffered front  acute'indigestion ffor some days, but is  now making a rapid recovery.  "R. M. Telford, .secretary off..''the  school board, is getting a very healthy  -^passenj^-r eondu^  "line'lor the -past-. tSKenty- -years./.and'  "*who^veriitj?n- tjbe.sni^l;annuatedjfet:a-t. f-^5*������B  :thD0**first^of Juiyi''waS':pleasantly; siur;  ^prised, here on Saturday night, when he  was presented,-with a handsome pipe,  the gift of a number- of Strdar and  train crew friends. " Doc. Williams,  niai! clerk on the Hall train inside the  presentation speech, and his remarks  were ably supplemented by baggeman  Sid Rorubo. Proceedings were enltv-  en'ed by a number of piano selections  by*--Mr8. Dennes nnd other similar  features-, the a-firair being much en  joyed by all. Conductor Hall has just  completed 46.years of railroading and  stands very high with the company,  its employees and ihe general public,  and his smile a no kindly greet injrs for  ���������all and sundry will certainly.be misted.  Blineo, 1\>m. Ci^iwfoxd,. ^Joan, H-Utop,  -Marjcwfe   X__aa-moi_itli; ' l|di__i  LewJtaf.  FrancesX^wia(onrtrialjCMai^ Maione^ _  ~ Morrow,    Bohby .ifcfikrla-ada.  Hubert W^est^Bl^ WilHs.  *��������� Pi^moted from" Grade IV. " Jr* to  Grade IV. Sr.���������Nprman. Bentley (oa.  ta-ial), Herbert Couling," Irwin Croatia  watt. Herbert Dodd, Jack Grundy,  Jack. Gibbs, Bert Hendy (on trial),  Frances Lewis, Frances Moore; Andrew Miller, Rolund Miller, Tbelma  McFarland, Katie Payne, A31an Speers,  Arthur Speers, Kisie Spiers, Alan  Staples, Iris Taylor, Jack Young.  Honor Rolls: Proficiency���������Mary  Maione. Deportment���������Lynn Beazer.  Regularity and Punctuality���������Mary  Maione, Herbert Couling, Nortnun  Bentley.  Bm-ra���������On Juno 20thv to Mr. and  Mrs. F. W. Speaker, a son. Another  son ulso arrived to Mr. nnd Mrs.  Barnhurdtof Glonlllly, on June 27th.  The annual school meeting will bo  held at the school houso on Saturday  July II, at 7 o'clock. A. D. Pochin Is  the retiring trustee.  Canyon witnessed an unusual utght  during Llic; wuekentl, u. tlti^-o dayu no  less than u dozen prmlrlo schooners  from Btmkatchowan points wont  through here, en route for Idaho.  Tho school trustees have* just recciv  ed the resignation of Miss Sadie Wood  who has been In  charge of the junior  room for tho pa-it three yenrft.   In ad*  rl"1.rtt*������   l.n -aHaalrtco    ���������������     "hi���������������(���������!<��������������� taatWI^alaawa*-. ���������aaa������  ���������        ���������     , ..... .".-'fa.      .-     ..-���������.M-..-..-i     - '    -        ���������   ���������'-    ���������   ��������� u  cher Mlua Wood has nluo tout a hand J  BSS  W. D. Touhey,. ca������* fforeman, recently ��������� transferred' to Vancouver, . who  arrived at the first off.the week to pack  up his household effects,"'' was agreeab->  ly surprised on Monday when a delegation iri which were noticpB- Mr. and  Mrs.: Walthera, Mr, und "Mrs. Dennes,  Mr*-. Ltiasby, und-oth^r citizens waited  nn him and presented hi m wi th a solid  leather club bag and fixtures. Yard-  master Lottsby making the presentation speech;-in brief but fitting terms  expressing appreciation off Mr. Touh-  oy's ninny admirable qtiulltiea as a  citizen und friend, and wh lie regretting  hit* departure wished him the best, of  success in his new "position ua air brake  superintendent in the coach yards at  the coast terminal. He and the family leuvo later in the week ffor their  ���������now home, and all will b'emnuh missed  at Sirdar. ���������  ���������- UNLESS YOU ARE,- HYSTERIC-PROOF'*-  ���������you better not see "CHARLEY'S AUNT" with SYD  CHAPLIN. . FUNNY? WHY, man, that word is as  weak as" prohibition" beer when you iise it to try to describe  this picture. It's nothing short of an hysterical spasm. Before it's half over you'll be-gaspin^ for breath and wishing you  could get a minute to catch up with the laughs.  Friday and  r* m ���������  OClOirCl"3iy������ ������ m mm 9  fi^Ufiiin   TIJE ATBC July  3rd&4th  tieguiar frices  ^mbw^B 'j^H^Q' EBL__S ^^9 ^wtser  H*     m9 ������B QhBI B   BS    am ��������� mm VL Qmi  Division IV.���������Miss Holmes, Teacher.  Promoted to Grade UL Jr.���������Raymond Bevan, George CoilSs; Lucille  Davi^, Robert Dick son, Elsie Demers,  Harold McLaren, Margaret Miller,  Molly Moore, Bert Morrow, Nellie  Payne,. -Daisy.;-; ... Trevelyan, . Clifford :  York, John Pendry (on trial).  Promoted to Grade IV. Jr.���������Meade  Beazer, Hubert Beninger, Jay Bliss.  James Downes* Helen Hopwood,  Mabel Johnuon, Jack Johnston, Heuper  Lewis, George M unroll, Arthur Nichols,  Jack Payne. Sarah Quinnr, Gordon  Rein wald, Philiip Van Slatto. Passed  on probation���������Harold Reinwald, Mary  Sutcliflte.  Certificate ffoi Muscular Writing-  Hubert Benluger, J Hy Bliss, Helen  Hopwood. Harold McLaren, Bert  Morrow, Geoi-ge Murrell, Lillian Pen*  dry, DouglnuR* Splei-s, Daisy Trevetyana  Honor Bolls* Proficiency���������Surah  Qitinn. Deportment���������Nellie Payne.  Uegularity and Punctuality���������Harold  McLareo, Ja������ue6. Downes, 01 i Word  York,  Da vision V.���������Miss Lux ton. Teacher.  Honor Rull-a:' Proficiency���������Margats-  ot Burnett. Deportment���������Dorothy  Collia,       Attendance���������OUh     Bentley,  Elinor Spratt.  Junior, iimii. -tirada*���������Froti������siewoy���������  Margaret Burnett. Iinproveinent���������-  Dorlii Bayle. Writing���������Norman Nickel  Senior 1st Grade���������Proficiency���������Truda. Beazer.. Improvement���������Hugbenfl*  McCreath.    Writime���������Glenn Going.  Junior    I at.     -Grade���������Proficiency���������  (Stuart Splera,    Improvement���������Stuart  U1i||.| ^n OW������. .���������������.������ ra-      -%Sn~-r*s It ana HH^W,, a. .  a Ia������t4 Uv*.rf. - a .a..^0       ������, -a ,w . ^^^.i . .J .~_,m.,_. ������>.  I land*  *���������������  ���������Mi  m  ||MHiH3Hi  ii THE    -REVIEW,    CRESTON,    B.    C.  N  i .?.svv: ,xxAAxA.FCm^k:A;'  immmHmm^msHiis^]  ___^R*_Mdiii> i~i��������� i ^"sa'��������� j a  klDNEYSHIVER,  ilS  To   Film   Calgary  Stampede  Universal    Film    Company   to   Secure  Pictures of Big Event  _. Negotiations have been completed  whereby Hoot Gibson and the Universal Film Company and Guy "Weadick  will coftie io Calgary ibis summer to  photograph     scenes    in     lhe    Calgary  ���������" ������**���������  stampede, to bo incorporated in the  next Hoot Gibson picture release. This  wiLl mean the bringing ol* a large  company here, and the expenditure of  a pproximately  $.1O-O,p00.  :i {Tx/^pTrtGUce a/"ih? ������panishjifain *-t>"*--^  -:9Gv'_f    fc^MT^fc*. **--���������**-        ��������� ���������     - *-n " TT_a*--' * ���������  M^IAIMJO  ^y  -RAFAELfSABATtNl  ���������CepJ-riB_.te-_l. J9i2. by K������l������rl Saai-iaanm  ^CAPTAIN BLOOD," a Vi*atr������ph picture witli J. Warreit KWis**-  is the till* role, is art adaptation of thi* thrilling bow il*  SYNOPSIS jthree-score   men.       By   Hie   rail,   im-  Captahi J?eter Blood, buccaneer, res- ] mediately    above  -and    behind    Loi^tf  cues Arabella Bishop,  with  whom he;.T���������,.   ���������      .   ��������� ,   /--....,,���������-^ -m. 5   ������������������- ',i.k.,--:  Lis in love and Lord Wade, an emissary j Juiian',"stood c������^'������' Bloo<- in "^cr-  *.of_  King    James,    from two  Spanish i cation  with   a   one-ey nl   giant,   whose  ships.       Lord. Wade offers     Blood    a i head was swathed   in    a    red    cotton  commission under James, bat lhe buc-rfcerchief, whose blue"shirt hung open  caneer had been sent as a -slave to lhe. . ....   ��������� ,.���������..,        '.��������� ���������;.    ,���������,���������,���������,,.      ,������,������.  Barbadoes by fl. is same King and he! ^ the *?"** As'1,,s lordship, mo* -  declines. To place Arabella in safety \ mg forward, levcaled- himself, their  he sails into the-teeth of the British j voices ceased, and Blood -fumed to  fleet -commanded   bv   Colonel   Bishop, J greet him  K5"5������������������^mTSJSSS.mSSA\ -���������?��������������������� ������<"-'������<*��������������� ���������<->'���������'��������� -"* -"���������������������"  erew would'./Ight'to tho end, but Blood.; added: "I've blundered "badly, so I  orders the ship to heave to thai AVa- ' have.. 1 should have- known better  bella may be landed safely. [.than to come so close io Jamaica by  '      ~n~.-, .night.       But  I   was  in   haste   to   laud  CHAPTER  XVI..-Continued. -| y^_       Come up ^ ������ )mve  ^.^  '^S^ VOU "!!^r^^7m0LLT^ I thing to show-you/  Wondering.    Lord  Lord Julian,  bt.twt.on concern and in  dignation.      "That    is    hot.    intended.  Your    followers    win   < be included in  your  commission." -  "And d'ye it'll ink they'll go with me  to hunt their brethren���������the Bre'tlircjiiJ  of the Coast? D'ye think E could-take  a. commission of King James's ? T tell  you I wouldn't be soiling my hands  with it'���������thief and pirate's hands  though they be. ThieS and pirate is  what you hoard Miss Bishop csill me  today���������a   thing   of  scorn,  an   outcast:.  _r__.t_.va     aa ttv    tLE._i.vt_:    rlitr    Uli3.l. ^ V 1 Ltja   liLclCt"*  me thief and. pirate? D'ye dream,  man, what it is? to be a slave? But  there! I grow hot for nothing at all.  I explain, myself, I think, and God  knows, it is not my custom. 1 am  grateful to you, Lord Julian, for your  kindly. intentions. I am so. But  ye'11 understand, perhaps. ' Vi. look  as if ye might."  Lord Julian stood a moment. w;itelling, the tail figure ;is ir moved away  towards the laffrail. Then -letting his  arms fall helpless-sly to his sides in dejection, ht- departed.  the .. com pa-i icn  f, s  .Standing     beside  Julian   mounted  lie    was     bidden."  Captain- Blood,   he  \  CHAPTER  V'lll.  The   Ssrvice of   Knig  James  Miss   Arafof.Ho   Bishop   was   aroused  "I'll see Colonel Bishop it.  r-SelI or ever  I lies to for him." **'  looked   astern,   following   the    indiea-  3i������i OKEif-tS always prefer their tobacco in perfect  condition; this is assured, when they demand it  packed in the famous Vacuum (air-tight) tins.  iiie follbwifig: wel* ksioWjra brands are now packed  rn faae  famous Vacuum (air-tight) tins.  OLD CHUM Virginia Flake CUT SRiOKIN^ tdb_������������~  REPEATER FINE CUT (Pipe or Cigarette Totacco)  REX Smoking i������lIXTU RE (lor Pipe or Cigarette)  DIXSE Bright S������LU������ St������OK5&3G Tobacco  OLD VIRGINIA Bright PLUG SMOKING Tobacco  ODGEN'S CUT PLUG Smoking Tobacco  OGDEN'S FiW������ CUT (Pipe or Cigarette Tobacco)  Always ask for the famous Vacy ym (Air-Tight) Tlfi  in aiii.u.'*-vneni:.      There, not more than  three   miles   away,   was   land���������aii' un-  DOGTOR ADVISED  AN OPERATION  vt-ry early on tin.* following morning ; tion ot" the Captain's hand,-and cried  by t lie braza-n voice ol' a buslo ;tiu"l the  insisting a-daruditf. of a bfll in ihf shin's  iK.fry. Fn his cabin Lord .lulitui was | oven wall ol'vivid j-.j*oon that filled the  aliv-ady ustir arid hnrri������.-illy drussiu**, ,' wesu-rn horizon. And a couj.il'> of  About him in the wsiUt, wln-re all last; liifles this si������lt- of it, bennm'* al't.or  r.islu hatl l.-������'n so in-Eit-eiul, i lioi-a > was Itheni. came speediriK t hrei-i groat, "\vhiti.  r.    fria-nzi^-atly    Jictiv-e    busile ������>r some ; ships.  | Wolr erst one looked do\yn stirdonl-  i cully upon .Lord .hilian, "Ho ihn!  i you're 1 ilc������.:��������� to be in y������.<i. miofliej* -sea-  j flp*lii   Hl'or-*   yt-*"i-������.'   tlone   AVi'  shijis,   iny  ]  l(H'<l."  I "Thiii's a point we wen- just, arpti.-  i IniJr." .said niood, "Fur I hold that.  ! vv-e'i'f in no cast> to fl^ht. iiHuinst such  ; odds,"  | "The odds he damned-" Wolver-  jslone th nisi mil' hi. In-nvy jowl.  ��������� *"V'.-"*-"re  use.|  to odds.       The odds -was  ��������� heavier al Mt-iraeaybti; yei we won  joul, ami took l lit'tM. sliiiis, They was  | heavier ,\ <��������� "tfi'thiy when we ei.iKa^eil  1 Don  .Miguel."  !     "Ave - bui   ihosVi were Siianliii'ds."  j     "And wlisn betlt-rTii-e lln-scV -Are ye  ��������� areiird o\- a lubberly I'tnrbni'do������'s plunl-  ! <���������!������������������? U'lia.t"\'er alls you, I'eler? I've  .never known ,\ e seai't'i! afore,"  A  (���������nn  liounieil out   behind lliem.  "Thut'll be Hu- .dj-iial lo Me to," su'iil  l.iootl, in tin- .'jniie HstleHi- voice; mill  he   i'etelii'd   ;i   ...j.'h.  AV'rih t-r-n >j,e ������f]iinrei| Jilinself l������< .'ore  , IjIh  enpi aln.  "I'll .������>���������<��������� frdtjii'-l IHm1ih|i In hell fir  fvr I  11 * - .*-���������  io I'or hint."  "'Hi. but by .inn* leave,"* bis lol'd-  .-d,.3|i init-j vi ii'-il, ">.������irid\  theve Is notli-  Jri|..     in    >)���������-    :t |i|, l-a-llt- lit l"il     I Ituit     a"olllt|-'l  I Jfcr1 li**a |������. fonHltlt-l'llll.   line   Ht-l-a i<'������'   >' f >l I  Jaii vi-   11 tub i t-il   im  HI-   ni'-a-e   und   l������������  tie-  I    ri..niir������-   _\t,n    iliui    iny    u'K*rr|  ���������f-ijiEiiii.'.   foi   ."otiieihliif-   in   l.n|.*b<iiil."  ���������"<������li.   itv    oi    Kri������:lainl,        I'mi    ihi.>;  itlri't    I". iit'Iji fi������l,    d*������ nun","    Wi'tiP",���������<���������( .-1 rm;������'  l.-iii'-h-'"  I      ''ami' the  rum- ol' n  winuil r.'tn, lied  .,      l-'.iHi!     ..tltal      ,   )|.������.a.- aa- at     a|ll       i.v ������a I ,   ,      It'l-a;.  ^Juria      half     a      '���������nbli--'s    lent'ifi   jj-ieru.  Read Alberta Woman's Experience with Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound  Provost,Alberta. ��������� " Perhapsyoi,i will  remember -.e-iflitiK me onr. of your booUs  a year ago. I was in- a bad condition  ������nd would ,-*i-fi"f.r awful pains at. tiiflV-s  nnd eouUi rmt rlo anything. The doctor  ���������aid 1 could not hnv������ children unleps I  wont under an operation. I read testimonial*- of Lydia K. Pinkham'K Vegetable Compound in the paupers and a friend  recommended mo to tok������ it. After lak-  irtR throo ho til en I became iniit.-h better  and now I have a bonny baby girl four  months old. ������ do niy house work and  help a littlo with the chores*. 1 recommend the Vetf.:table Compound Co my  friend.** -uid ':um willing -*<"' J" i<> uho  this teatimoniai letter."��������� Mrs. A. A.  AriAMs, Box GL Provost, Alberta.  Paiiis in Left .Side  Ln^hin*-*, ���������Qii'-b^e. ������������������������������������*" \ *xxi\- ftyrlia 13-  P ink ham'.i Voiretahle Oiinj-MHjnfl be-  npuse i sn'Tcred with patr-s in my left  ���������tide and bnelc and witb weakness nnd  Dther troublo'i women so- orteu b;>ve.  f TV-.:*, th":- rr; nltr.m j<}-; ,'.-|.'.r.,iJ,i;-, J ;,;.j ,v  Lhe Vegetable Oimikoimrf advertisi-'d in  the 'Montreal Kundinrd," nnd I have  token Tour bottles of it, I ���������������������*��������� a vary  tick wotnnn rind J feel ifo mueh better I  tvould not bn without it. I nlno uko  fvydin hi. I'mkiifmi'M .Sanrttivc Wash. I  recommend the inedleirmsi to my frihpdH  *nd I am witting for ynti l.o rune iny .letter n.1������. ten ti inonimb " ~ M rn. M. VV. Hon\%  !W0 Notre  Danne St., Lnaclilne, Qttebee.  Blood leaned over the rail to spealc to !  the fair young man immediately below  him by the helmsman at the -whipstaff.  "Bid-them take in. sail, Jeremy/" he  said quietly. AW.e lie- to." But  Wolverstone interposed again.  "Hold there a moment, Jeremy."' he  roared. "Wait!" .'Captain and loyal  follower laced, their glances met, sullen defiance braving dull anger, surprise and pain.  ���������"There is no question/' said Blood,  "oi' surrender i'or any man aboard save  only myself. If Bishop can report ^.o  England that I am taken and hanged,-  he will magnify himseH"- and at the  same.time gratify his personal rancour  against: nie. I'll se*iii1 him a message  offering to surrender aboard his ship,  taking Miss Bishop and Lord Juliatifi1,at'  -with me, but only on condition that  the Arabella is allowed to,proceed nn-  harmed. It's a bargain that he'll accept, if I know him at all."  "Ye're surely daft even to think of  it, Peter!"  "Not so daft as you wlit'ii you talk  of fighting that." ��������� "Before we've run  another half-mile we shall be within  range."  Wolvers!one swore elaborately, then  How Robert M. Koenig  Found Remedy for  Pimply Skin  ��������� l .r^^^;J^^*f:r^^^,v^,afc^  M-a-WHWrfnMMgM g  U/  >..    i:.    ifiTJ  For yearn my f-Uii would br'-*nl* out  every once in a wli'lr.���������nntl ointmentn  ���������did  very  little  io help me.  1 mid ,1 <I������k*ioi"n article stating lliat  pimply skin usually comes from the  ���������Iniiiiich���������and   bowera  not |_cttii������K  rid  of   tilt*   POIMIII!",  1 tried ("artcr'a tiitle Liver rills for  ������ few day-i���������and -.Erice that time my  *kin U Mmiotli and dear. Now I tell-  my fii<-iiil-i the right way of getting  .fill ���������"'* I* bfokrii out hlciti���������and iilfcri of  Utafeiinn t-trar ol n|-<irt nitirniii'li imiiI  ������U:U li-Milai'lir. Carter's aia* all you  claim  for  the in.  suddenly checked. Out of the tail of  his single eye he had espied a trim  figure in graj- silk that w������s ascending  the conipanion. So engrossed had  l.ixey been that thej-. ha-d^ot seen Miss  Bishop come from tlie door of tire passage leading to the ;eabin^^*And i here  was something else tliat. .hose three  men on-the poop, and Pitt "immediately below them, had failed to observe.  Some moments ago Ogle/followed by  the main body of his grin-deck crew,  had eiiierge'd from the booby batch io  fall into muttered, angrily vehement'  talk with those who, abandoning the  gun-tackles upon which they ���������.���������were  laboring, had come to crowd about  him.  Even now* Blood had no eyes for  H-e turned^-feQ. look at IMiss  Bishop, marvelling a little, after the  ���������manner in which yesterday she had  avoided bin, 'that, she should now  venture upon the quarter-deck. ller  presence at this moment, and considering the nai.Lirc ol'hTs altercation with  Wolverslone; was embarrassing. Captain Blood bared his head and bowed  silently in a greeting which she returned composedly and  formally.  "What is Happening, Loid Julian?"  she enquired.  As if to answer ber a third gun  spoke from the ships.  ���������'They are ships of ihe Jamaica,  fleet," his lordship answered bet*.  Before ni<iie could be added, their  attention was drawn nt last, to Ogle,  who eajne bounding up tlio broad ladder, ami to the men lounging nit, in  his walce.      Blood, eon Iron fed him.  ������������������Whnt's this?" tho Captain demanded sharply. "Your station is on  the gun-deck. Why have you left  il?"  "Captain," Ogle ,saltl, nntl as he  spoke- be pointed to tbe pursuing ships,  "Colonel Bishop holds uh. We're in  no case either to run or light,"  "Ogle*," said be, in u voice cold and  bard as steel, "Your stalion Js on the  gun-deck.      You'll return to it nt once,  and take your crew with you, or else  a,  "Tbrenls will not serve, On plain."  Caplain   Blood's   hand   clot.ml   o---ir  lhe butt of one of the- pistols slung before him.  (To he conlititled)  JapnTf Building Wnrrdiips  Tbe .TaiianeHit navy depni'linenf has  announced plaits for the construction  of Iwetity-twn wnrshlpn, with a tola I  tonnage of llM,.lOO, lo" Include eight  flrsl-cbtss cruisers, lhi*e.,������ Hceoiijl-eliirtH  *.:_u I.--. i -i... ������a-n J. ,i| i ui, ii .-, _ujU an in-iu*  phi ne mother ship.  Alberta's   Sunflower   Crop  10  Deve lo p ment     of     P rod uct     Du e  increase in Dairy industry :  One of Alberta's newest crops, sun-:  flowers^for silage., amounted to 1450,-  650 tons last year, while fodder corn,  also .comparatively new,7amounted, to  269,888 tons. The development of  these field products is largely due to  the expansion of the dairy industry.  Alberta's dairy production last year  -was valued at close* to $23,000,000, and  Is rapidly increasing. Britain is providing an attractive market for butter,  and cheese is finding ah increasing demand. ..':'"��������������������������� ������.    ���������  *r������j_"__W"*,      ���������"lil-hlB-'BSHIB-aJ-t!     Jj-SaB"*  run muini_K_> tir  YOUNG CHILDREN  Mothers are quick to praise anything -which brings health and comfort to their little;one.*3���������any medicine  1Miat will make the^baby well and keep  him well will always receive hearty recommendation from the mother. That is  why Baby's Own Tablets are- so popu-  1 ar. Thousands of mothers, through���������  out the counlry, not only use them for  their own little, ones, but are always  delighted to be able to recommend  them to other mothers. Thousands  ol! mothers have proved Baby's Own  Tablets to be without an equal.In relieving their little ones 61* liny ol" tho  many minor ailments which arise out  of a dert"nga**ment* of the stomach and  bowels. Baby's Own Tablets are tho  ideal laxative���������easy to take but thorough In action. They banish constipation nnd indigestion; break up colds  Olid Rlmple fevers; expel worms and  make the teething period easy. The  Tnhlets are sold by medicine dealers  or hy mail at. 25 cents 'a box from ,The-  Dr. William3' Medicine Co., Brockville.  Ont.  A  Determined-Man  "I told my'..wife- that, iI! j-bc bobbed  hor halt.' 1  would leave lier."  "But she bobbed it; and you're si 111  living with her?"  .   "Von bet I am.      I'll show ber she  can't bluff me."  IT HITS THE SPOT  Don'I. surfer from lulnlmgo, neuralgia or other pains. Apply  Minard"* to the nchlng spot and  get quick relief., V  Always keep it In Iho house.  mmmmmmmmmmi444iimmmmi4mmmmmmmtm  wm  wm &?<  THJSS   BEVXETVf,   CRESTON,   B.   O.  MADE IN CANA9&  SOUS AND RECOMMENDED  BY GROCERS EVERYWHERE  Prl_.ce .Dreads   Getting   Heavy  Is  Too  Active  To   Become  Stout  Say  .Specialists -.  The Prinee of Wales, who is in his  early thirties, has already begun to  fret a little with the fear uiat he may  suffer, from embonpoint, say persons  close to the royal family.  Just prio.- to the beginning of his  voyage to South Africa and South  America he was examined by several  specialists, it is declared,- and --when  the trip ends he will "be goncrf over  again, being anxious to discover just  what effect these ambassadorial jaunts  have upon" his physique.  - During several .of .his previous tours,  lie* took on some weight, and as he  has a dread of achieving a figure suggestive of the lines of his "grandfather,  Edward VII., he has made up his mind  to keep tabs on himself with 'the aid  ot" several well-known specialists.'  - Among the- gymnastic apparatus  oh board the battle cruiser Repulse,  is a sensitive^scale upop which lie* will  record his ups" and-downs.  - Meanwhile, there is little cause for  anxiety, according to* the doctors, "who  have given it as their opinion that the  Prince need not worry about overweight as long as he keeps up the'-'  pace he set-before his departure, when  his almbst daily routine was fox  hunting in the morning, official duties  in the afte-rnoon and dancing for, many  hours in the evening.  Gelatine. Factory   For  West  Australian Corporation Looking For  "Location For $1,000,000 Plant  Establishment of a gelatine manufacturing plant In Western Canada at  a cost of more than $1,000,000 is a  probability in the near future. A representative of a large Australian corporation was in Winnipeg recently investigating conditions. Where the  plant will be located has not been decided as yet,'but it will be situated in  one of the larger cities of the -.vest.  WORLD HAPPENINGS  BRIEFLY TOLD  Columbia    will continue at  with its exhibits of natural  When a man is making a night of it  he usually discovers that the darkest  hour is just before the dawn.  British  Wembley  resources. - ' x ',.''"*-'������������������...,. '-7'J.--77  W. H. Ault,- Ottawa^':, of; the^otiltjy  division of the Dominion livestocls  branch,-is on a ltdur' of .inspection of  lite -west.  A dispatch to the Exchange Telegraph, from Constantinople says the V  Tt^-kish Government has decided-to  re^ew diplomatic relations with Japan.  The I>ondo'i Daily Mail understands  that the . late- Marquis CurzOn bequeathed to tlie -nation two - historic  ruins on liis estates. One -was built  about 1-140, and one in 1386.  Two hundred thousand babies, or  om*j in every 13 born, die each year in  the United "States before reaching  tht|ir first birthday, it yras. revealed in  a Report issued by the Gorgas Memorial Institute: at Chicago.  Despite the fact 'that John Singer  Sargent was an. Am&ric&n, the-autliori-  ties gran ted permission f or memorial  services to be-yheld- iu. Westminster  AoTbey, under auspices of the council  o^the Royal Academy.  aipspiii  COLOR IT NEW WITH  "DIAMOND DYES"  Beaut Iful home  dyeing and tinting is  guaranteed with Diamond Dyes. Just  dip in cold water: to  tint soft, delicate  shades, or boil- to  ���������dye a-ich,- permanent  colors. Each 15-  cent package contains directions so  ������lmple any woman  cs.li 4iyB o_r lint.:. lingerie, siiis_s, rib-  hons, skirts, waists,, dresses, coats,  stockings, sweaters, draperies, coverings, hangings, everything new.  Buy "Diamond Dyes"���������no other kind  ���������and. tell* your druggist whether the  material you wish to color i3 wool or  silk, or whether it is- linen, cottony or  mixed goods-  Asother  Titled  Farmer���������;?���������'  OUR CROSSWORD PUZZLE  A-aOTr*B  Miss Vera Little  Prince Charles Philippe d'Orleans Ma-/  -Take Up,Land In West  The arrival recently on the Canadian  Pacific  steamer  Mar loch    of    Prince  Charles Philippe d'Orleans, nephew of  the. King of Belgium, has added  another name to Canada's growing list of  titled-farmers.     For the present time,,  the Prince will visit L.ord Bodney on  his ranch at Fort Saskatchewan, and  later   on  he  hopes   to  purchase  land  near the ranch of the Prince of Wales  and join the royal  colony located in  that' section of the  province.  Strangled -with Asthma is the only  expression that seems*-to convey what  is endured from" - an attack of this  trouble. The relief from Dr. J. D.  Kellogg's Asthma Remedy is beyond  measure. Where all was suffering  there comes comfort and rest. Breathing becomes normal and tlie bronchial  tubes completely cleared. This unequalled remedy is worth many times  its price to all who use it.  Horizontal  1���������To   scold.  .6���������-Wild animals.  11���������So be it. ���������������  12���������Fish  eggs.        ������������������  14���������A-father.  15���������To make free.  16���������Refreshing  drinks.  18���������Short sleep.        _y_  19���������Pronoun.  20���������To be indignant at.  22j���������Point   (abbr.).  23���������tA climbing plant.  24���������Product of silkworm.  26���������To avoid.  29-���������Misanthrope.  31���������Part of verb to "be- .  32���������Pile.'^     '      -*" /'    -  33���������Top of.  34���������Subject-.of  any   discourse.  36���������A   defamatory   writing.  39���������Stride.  41���������Twice five.(pi.). .  42���������Aloft.  44���������Those who from eie-  ���������'" Owns Smallest Dictionary ..'"���������"���������-  Mrs. Otto Frederick of Minneapolis,  Minn.vciainis to have ttievsmallest dictionary in theworld, tt is carried in  a -locket and contains nearly 15,000  definitions. It is one and one-eighth  inches long, three-quarters of an inch  wide and thr.ee-sixteenths. of an inch  thick.  vation      fire      upon  those below.  46���������Calcium  (abbr.).    ���������  47���������Feline.  49���������Years of adolescence  50���������Mournful.  51->-r-The- articulation   Of  the leg and thigh bones  53���������To    make    lace    by  - knotting.  b-i���������Rescue.  55-���������Like a star.  56���������Utensils for slicing.  '. Vertical  1���������Opaque  barium* sul  phate.  2���������Give  forth.  "3^���������A color.  4���������Article,  5���������Toothed irregularis-.  6���������A vegetable (pi.).  7���������Like.  8���������Go astray. .  9���������Net.  10���������Substance       causing  putrefaction'. -'  13���������Lyric poem.  16���������State of growing old,  17���������Those who -stickle:  20���������Done'away   with.  21���������Crafty.  23���������Uppers of shoes.  25���������Handles.  27���������"Vice-admiral's orderly (abbr.).  28���������Remit.  30���������Suffix    meaning    belonging to.  34���������Vans.  35���������Belonging to it.  37���������-Insurance (abbr.).  3S���������At the head.  40���������Religious devoWfc-  ness.  41���������Canvas  shelters.  43���������rBreathe rapidly.  45���������Vegetable. -  -16���������Den.  48���������A beverage.  5C���������Pouch.  52���������Suffix -meaning   one  who.  54���������-Note ,- of  .   musical  \.  SCS������0>  V\*c>lfe*s Studio  Pierce"*. I*a v-  j Chatham, Ont.���������"Dr. Pierce"*. F  crttc   Prescription ^-is such U"'would erf ui help to nie in motherhood that  I do not hesitate, to relate my ��������� cxp-n-"-  c-.ee  ������or it may help other -women  who suffer at this time,  During my  first expectant period I got into a terribly rundown state oi health, my nerve.- gave way. 1 was very weak, and my  Ici-tUcy.v'were   bad.     I   was  just  as  iiliscrable aa I could be, when, that  tlie advice of a friend, 1 began taking  Dr.   Pierce's   Favorite   Prescription and from that time un L skid not  hiive  any   more  trouble  with   either  my nerves or my kidneys hut kept  ���������.yell and ntcouff aud my strength came  btick  very  quickly  altenv.artlst.     My  ���������clill.il   was-very strong and  healthy  iijivct always has been, (picture above)  hardly havjitg had a sick day."���������Mrs.  CyvM lAlltc, 2 McDougall Ave.  *   Any drug atore, in tablets or liquid;  t>f ���������".���������"nr!'., .���������V- \n I*****-.- Pfrri'i-'H T ..-.horatnry  im, Uridtjebui'tfi. 'Out., fo������' trial i������1cjj.  l|a������mi..imaimi.i������W. waaW_._MJM*i|*>������iW-aa*������*^iai^^   ' ~"y/."n."'v.''is?i" -""r'  The Suspender Skirt Growing In Favor-  Very youthful and becoming is the  attractive sispender skirt'   "No.    1055.  This  model  features  tho Inverted  or  kick plait at either side of centre front  and at the side seams.     Tho shoulder  stra'ps are cut in one with the skirt,  and form a deep oval neck opening and  large arniholes.      The width at lower  edge Is one yard and ten inches, with  the plaits laid in.      A popular blouse  {to wear with this skirt is the peasant,  with    its    colorful  embroidery.      No.  10G2 has largo rnglan sleeves gathered  Into a  narrow wrist-band*;   a gathered neck   edge  finished   with  straight  binding and "fltte-d hip-band.'    A note  ol Individuality  Ih given in the om-  T������"o*ldery>'*^oue*mny chboB.e any color.,    BoihtVaj-i-ttternsaro niadci in sizes  10 to .20 years ..the skirt i-eqTiIrhig throe  yrtrda'-nnd "the blouse 2*/. -ynrrts of "W*-  Jrich 'mate-rial fbr fhe JS year size.  ,   'm.mmmmm^wmm in m mm ��������� _��������������������������������� i ��������� _��������� itN  Many ��������� mothers can testify to the  virtue 6f Mother Graves' Worm TOx-  lorniinntor,- because  they  know   from  An Oil of Merit.���������Dr.- Thojnas'. Eclectric Oil is not a jumble of medicinal  substances thrown together and pushed by advertising, but the result of the  careful investigation of the healing  qualities of cortain oils as applied to  the human' body. It Is a rare combination and it won afid.kept public  favor from tlie first. .;'������������������"_._ trial of it will  carry conviction to any who doubt its  powd-r to repair, ant*( hetil.  ���������Worth.���������"There ought to be a good  demand for iho book.",  While.���������"What book?"  Worth.���������"A pul/lished volume of  the unwritten, laws." \     '  Radio At Tys-e /  Paris    and    "London radio concerts  have been heard clearly at Sarafand,  12 miles north of. ancient JTy_re.    This  was where Elijah's widow lived,    y  experience how useful It Is. .     ��������� ,.������  Wot Hla Fault  A tramp hud been  admitted to the  casual WaaU-'l of an liiiigllslt workliuusi'  lute one evening, and the. followinR  morning duly appeared before the  master,  "Hnvi������ you taken ������ bath tills morning ?"* wiuj tho fin-1, quest Ion he was  asked..  "   7'.  '-'.....  "No, air," answered tb������ man lu us-  _oi.ltr.lM.iH.nl, "Ik there oho: mlsJ'slng?"  Burned and Made Face  .'. Sore, CtttJcgya.'"'Healeii-  ", For four yearn I was bothered  with hard, luryc, laid pimples in  blotches on my face and.neck. The  pimples came to a hi.a<t_������d festered  and looked terribly, nnd at times  burned and made my face very aorc.  My facte looked no badly that I uned  to feci embarrnaned when I went in  public.  :. " I began using Cutlcura Soap  and Ointment and they helped me,  an"i,������ifter using three or ,four calces  of Cuticura Soap and a few boxco  of Cuticura Ointment E woo completely healed in three montha."  (Signed) Mlt. B Vera Sweny, t Qib-  Bpn Ave., Toronto, Ont.  Use Cutlcura Soap, Ointment, and  Talcum for daily toilet purpootfl.  Grinding Flowr For Russian  Nine Mills Working  Night "and  Day to  Fill Big Order  - i r* ���������  VAfter one of the most active periods  of its history, tho Maplo Leaf "Milllnfij  Company is Hearing completion of the  largest flour-grinding contract ever  executed. The Soviet Government  ordered two million barrels of Cana-  dian_ Hour from the company lust December, and the last of it will soon  liave left tho Atlantic seaboard.  .Since the contract was placed the  company has kept nine nilll.*" in  stPaSily operation, night and day; and  there has been a continuous utream.  of flour from them to the Atlantic  ports whence It was shipped to Batum.  Two thousn.n.d n*i'������ le-ve bea-n employed In the grinding of this flour.  CARON  LIGHT, WATER & POWER  PLANTS  Caron  Brothers  INC.  aaOFUth A\r. N.  SASKATOOH;  ���������SastxatchAwan  GRAIN FUTURES  Buy U������da jvihI Offei-j- ht AVheat, Oatn.  Flax or 11a rlajy jjookI for seven daya'ln  -\V.imli-ejr Market at only n few iH-lut-t  awily. M-irUet very uetivn now ttntl  many jwople liave mwle biR money  lniytiiFf privHesrea. Ten Offers or Ton  Ulds on  Itj.UOO Miahi'ls only $15.00.  NORMAN TOBIAS  803 Union Bank BldQ.. Wtnnlpea. Wan.  THE   NEW   rRENCM   REM_|-������V.  THERAPION No. 1  THERAPION No.2  THERA.PIQN,N0.3  No. I for nin.dd ar Catarrh. No. H Tor Bloce" at  Skin DI������������-.%������������. No. 3 for Chronic Weaknesses.  '* * f t.O' '.������"t; ". ;��������� a--:':,", t"Mv-"i ���������'.'-- .������'*������rf i v iv'i.i tvi- r ���������.  I l.>i'.l,K.Ct..:.-t;Maj.l.C.%.H������Tr������*\a'c������iltil.N,\V.*. I.a.n.i.n  ��������� I' 6r Msll ���������t.lOfratn 71. FunsirSt. 1!..T������mon to.On*  I wM. UfcitkiMt,*- St KKtl. NhW VOM|. Ct 'IV.  ...No need to Buffer with corns, or to,  run'" tho risk of paring thrm. Ke-j  move them tmrely and 'painlessly with i  Hollowtiy's Corn Tleniovei*. j  cloti-  Mlnard's    Ulnlment  Bunlo>*'9.  for    Corn"*    a������*d  liiaatuaua.   Z*.Ji. VSit V'7  "T."".      A "'tt,--������    r������v,aaa������aa������  Damaat:   -UtMlllcwltlW tttl. MoUU-������Bl."_. frlco, tlaani,  K&n. Olnlmaint 8������ Hiul M)o, Tulc'itu UOc.  S^jT" CuUcun S.l������aflnia 3*1 ������-k 2Sc.  aaiaatJ  lit)  ������&-  JZ  Read the Sign  JMpUter.���������".lohuio-,  did  )ou  g*-<i   Jiai  loaf ol" bread I .Ment you fov?"  Johnny.���������"No;   the  micro   wiih  ctt."  Mother.--"It   couldn't   be  ihls   time-i  of day.     Did you try thi* door'*"'  ^.Tobttny.���������"No,  "caune   I   t-avv  n >tt4ii  in tlte window, 'IIom'3* Cooking.**'  For   Aches   tind   Pains  Liniment.*  Use   Minard's i'HB  CKESWfc   BKVXEW  rsff������-*fi_rss_i  issued ������very Friday at Creston. B.C.  Subscription: $2.50 a year in advance.  $3.00 to U.S. points.  "43. '-'&-. Ha-_*s.Editor and Owner.  CRB.STOK.B.C.. FRIDAY. JULY  S  LEITEB5 TO THE EDITOR  Editor Review:  Ser,���������.Looking at the label oh  the Creston Review I notice the  subscription is about to expire. It  is -with unsurpassable regret that I  inform you that I am unable to  renew it again. ,  A few days ago a pair of horses  from around Oreston wandered up  this way and our old horse got in  with them and followed them back  to town, and was promptly locked  up, and held for ransom.  I offered U- Rive him tlie horse if  they had any use for him, but-they  said, "'No, it is money we want."  So as it is a cash business, and not  knoisisg when I may. be called  upon to pay some more,.! will  again express my sorrow at being  unable to renew my subscription to  your valuable and much apprecrat  ei paper.  .Respectfully yours,  JOHN GRAHAM.  SSr'chson, June 29- .  Kimberiey.    Ths bride looked very  handsome in a jgown   of   soft   rose  chiffon with   veil   and   coronet   of  orange   blossom, and- wearing  tbe  groom's  gifts,   a necklet  of pearls  and a gold wrist watch.    The bride  was   attended 1>y her sister, Miss  Martha Torohia. and the groom was  supported by the   bride's   brother,  Mr. Mike Torcbia.    A  number   of  relatives from Creston   as   well as  friends from Gran brook  were present.    The happy, couple   will make  their home Cranbrook.-���������Conrier.  NEWS OF KOOTEHAYS  The Orangemen of West _Eooten������y  are to Ita ve a monster picnic at West  Robson on July 12th. -  WHAT OTHER PAPERS SAY  Antes Hit Railways  The antomcbile  is having a serious effect on the passenger  traffic  on    the   Canadian     railways.., A*������jat the _"Badii",    particularly,    are  pleased to  hear of   his escape, and  Bank Clerk in Trouble  Our promising young bank junior  got. the scare of his life on Wednesday afternoon while swimming by  the government wharf when tie  suddenly became a^*are of the fact  that a person has only a limited  capacity for swallowing water.  He jumped in, for ������he first time in  fresh water and not being accustomed to the difference between salt  and fresh water he was taken by  surprise and started to swallow the  whole lake. ' Rolfe Blackbburiie,  being an old sea dog from Kamloops aii.d knowing the capacity of  a man, eeesng_ the yonng man  gillahtly struggling with the  inflowing tides jumped in and  grabbed him by the back of the  neck, thus cutting off the intake.  Withy the assistance' of Alfred  Carlson the over-flowing youth was  brought safely to the raft where  his first words were. *1 think I  must have swallowed a couple of  barrels of water."���������-Nakusp News*  [Tlie waterlogged banker above ref.  ered to is none 1 other that T. J-  McConnah, until recently ledger-  keeper at Creston' branch of the  Bank of Commerce. The colony  "*Badii"  Yahk is experiencing an epidemic of  sneak thievery.  Wrand Forks ha* experienced the  wettest June in many years. "-  Pentieton district claims it will have  tbe biggest ever apple ciop this year..  Electric light rates at Cranbrook  have been lowered 25 percent, effective  July apt.  In the Okanagan the Bing cherry  crop will be just about 25 per cent, of  l:iRt V_n������l������*s ao-iaolji.  A four-room addition is to be built  to the school at -Kimberiey during the  summer vacation.  Some volunteer fall rye six feet six  inches long from a ranch at Mayook,  was shown the Cranbrook Courier on  June 26th.  OKAS.* MOORE, C.E.  ENGINEER   .ARCHITECT  SURVEYOR  [Registered]  CRESTON, B.C.  For  Pianoforte, Organ ana  Singing  JLt&SS&ns  ARTHtJIt COLLIS; Creston  P.O. Bw ������  eSort   the  After At least two years  iTrail-Rossland  Fifteen Hundred Club  now has 850 members. 7  Loyal Orange LotJp, No, 2005  ���������Meets THIKSTHUB^AT^ef: -  each   month    at    M-ercantUe  UTaII \Tfi������t>������4h������������nirf_> Kmarlk-MJaWit ^rftt^J??-,  M~IM.Vmt\lm v  ***������ v*-,������*{^ -*^**~���������_;������-������������ ���������**��������������� ifWotaB"  ally invited. " * _"  *  ESBIC OLSON, W.M.  .  recently as iSaO* the intimbejr" of  passengers carried waa 51^818.422.  Xiast year it was 41,823,403., a drop  of nearly ten millions, or 20 per  cent. During the same period the  passenger revenue shrank from  #102,732,989 to $79,412,413. The  freight figures are not to hand but  Judging by the amount of goods  now hauled by motor, the shrinkage in fi-eight receipts must be in  the same proportion. The finano  ing of Canada's railways in view of  these figures is becoming a more  and more serious problem.  are convinced the mishap must have  been well between meals otherwise  there would have lieen no room for  any such quantityof water  above stated.  as  New Forest Fire Menace  ���������E&eHciass are SCee.9SVm  In reference to a news item  which appeared lately in the B.C.  press relative to Delicious apples  grown at Creston having sold at  Harroda, Ltd., .London, Kngl-nd,  for one shilling per pound last  month, F. B. E. DeHart ban  informed the Kelowna Courier that  these apples were purchased by  him at~$3 per box at Creston last-  fall and stored hy the seller in his  own basement where they were  kept till shipment in January to  London via the Panama canal on  S.S. Tuscan Star. On arrival at  London they were placed in cold  storage immediately. Mr. DeHart  is confident that Delicious can be  kept in perfect condition a full year  under similar conditions, especially  if the apples are not injured by an  excessive bulge pack.  Jorchia���������Citvallo  A v^ry pretty wedding took place  on Bund ay, June 21st, at the home  of Mr. and Mra. Jam en N<eit Murphy, at Bull River, when Caroline,  eldest daughter of Mr. and Mr*.  Inbuilt Torch io, became the bride nf  Mr. James Cir vallo, of Cran brook.  The drawing room had bean transformed into a ch repel, the altar  being profusely decorated with  flowflim. Mm. Murdock, wifwof fche  flu pcrin ton dent of tho mill!. cans  both before and after the nmprmttm  ive ceremony, wliioh was performed  by    Rev.    Father     Hartmann,    of  Conditions were never better  than they are this year for one of  the worst forest fires this or any  other section ever suffered, is the  warning A. M. Batun, supervisor  of the Kootenai national forest,  planes before the public-- at .this  time, according to the Libby News.  "I suppose not many people have  thought of the condition that confront us," says Mrj Baum. "I have  no desire unduly to alarm, the  *y>ople, but the forest service desires  to place this warning before the  people who go into the timber this  year.  "The unusual danger lies in the  fact that very near all of the yellow'  pine trees over large areas are  covered with brown and dried  needles as a result of the 'winter  kill' of last December. We have  tested these needles on the trees and  we find that they burn like powder.  The danger lies iii a fire running  into the crowns of the trees, and  anyone who has ever had any experience with a crown fire knows  that practically nothing can be  done to control it.   .  "If a fire is once started it will  be an easy matter for it run into  the tree tops. It could easily catch  the needles of the very sin all trees  and spread up from tho small to the  larger and still larger until a devastating crown fire is fche rceulfc.  "Such a  fire   might   end   in   a  catastrophe   and   in   hundreds   of  thousands of dollars' worth of dam  age to the one   great   resource   of  this section.  "For this reason tho forest service  man arc urging the public to take  extreme precaution witb emmp lire*  thifi year and great caro witb citfar  and etgarefcte stubs nnrl any and  <bvwy form of fire while in the  wood a."���������-Bonner's Ferry Herald.  i  investments  The Imperial Bank wishes to be helpful ia  the furtherance of its clients* interests. A Bood  Department has been established for the purpose "of buying and selling the highest class  ~ of securities for pur customers. -<-  Tine Bond Department will be giad to oifvise  you through the Manager o:  ilvf FERJAJL   BAN  e* w. ������o_*n.  OF ^iMNJmSJtA.  CRESTON BRANCH,  IB-". Jl  V  5 .  u  Will  You be Trav^lifljf  v  OUR   LINE  OF  IS COMPLETE  Guaranteed genuine Cowhide, leather-Ened  ^^������  I TVS  Vi-iUI?  53_--*_>U  $__ __Eg   _B  iSaJTitl  and other such bargains.  New .arrivals of  Durable quality and reasonable price.  I  VHlBn-������Jr  1  "4#B\i       IfMtal.VOI-   I  linln        WVIIVBll    b������h *  LIMITED  IMP  **Fashion  Belle" brand in  Pure Thread  and  Art Sil-k,  $1.00 to $1.75  Children s three-quarter Socks-, all sizes, fancy  ^:olored tops, sizes 7 to 9 1-2.  60c. ���������        V,  '    " ' ���������'���������;'"'���������"���������''"'"..' ���������      k    .'.    ' . >-   -:.-     '.'... A: '   ��������� '"'-, ."'..  HARDWARE-���������Hay Forks, Scythes, Snaths and Hay  .     - - ' ' ut ���������       "��������� ... ��������� ,  Let us have your order for Repairs.  & b6sii  jTriaiflLiS  and    * ��������� egeca p&es  in  iS'Sjason  sUVSlS-fmrl Dtat*  PFFIg  n iiMiii m in, pa.,,,. i , mm   |H  ^mmmimw*^'       mmmWi WMWlHIillilHMlW   it**m%mw%mwmmmW   'SmWt '���������RMk  H*e1SW1 Bill Ell'  . itwi������iin������-i-iia������  raB?a������gttii������aas  i^-^W*^***!^^  _j^^������^^^^g^i^^^@  gaj^gMa(Ni^i^������g������B^fe  WMMNMHI  niawwii���������a'w  MMIWBlWfll-l IRC,  /j  I'HE "CBESTrA   BIS VIEW -  Locad and Personal^6"3���������������������  Mitss Vickers, vice principal of Creston school left ou Sunday on a visit to  England and France in connection  with ihe annual Jsottiiuion Teachers"  Association summer trip abroad..- She  is joined at Medicine Hat, Alberta, by  her mother, and tbey will be away  isatii almost the first of the year.  The unusually hot weather prevailing .09 Friday kept down the attendance atthe illuf-tirateal.Jert.ure given in  60VEBNMERT LIQUOR &CT  Notice of Application for Beer  ***" lAcenme  that evening by Abram  ���������* W. Connver of Portland, Ore., who  had a splendid showing of views depicting the rains of North and South  America which he aptSy connected up  with the Book of Mormon.  Up till the end of June thirteen  forest fires had been reported in- the*  area from Kuskanook to Goatfell in  charge* of   deputy   lire   warden   Jos,.  Jory.    No serious loss - has   been_.sue  trained but it is not pleasant to report  that in most   cases   these   fires   were  caused by camp fires   that the makers  thereof hud failed to extinguish.  Manager Allan of The Imperial  Sank got away, on Monday on his  usual two w-*.������8' vacation, which he is  NEWS OF KflOTEHAYS  Notice ia hereby given that on or  7th day of August next the undr  iO&Co apply to -t  after "the  steaed Intends Co apply "to the tiicraor Control Board, for  a iioenee in respect of premises to/be known as  the Tourist Hotel, situated at South Slocan,-  B.C..-npoik the lands described fcs -Lot 2388,  Kootenay District, Kelson _Land- .B^eUatxafcton  District, la the Province of British votambia,  for the- sale of "beer by- the class or by the open  bottle for consomotdjon on the premises.  Dated this 30th day of June, 1925. -     ANDREW WTTJ.TAMfiON, Applicant.  6QVERRVEMT LIQUOR AST  Notice pf Application for Beer  License  ���������HI .  Notice is hereby given that on or after the  tfth day of July next the .undersigned intends  to appiy to the Juiqiior Control joaard for a  license ia respect of premises being part of the  building: known as the Eriekson Hotel, situated  at __iesson. B.O., upon the lands described aa  KaH Blockv Block "__������.*- Block 24, Lot SI2, BToot-  enaar District. Nelson Land Registration IHs  tries, fn the Province of British Columbia, for  the sale of beer by the glass or by the open  "bottle for consumption on t"je premises, ���������  Dated this Sth day of June. I92S.-'  JOH_SrE.HAYDBN,.Appli'cant.  60VERNMEOT LIQUOR AS?  AT   __lS __f~ A  ipplisation  License  Sgvm  Notice is hereby given that on or after tha  21etday of July nest tbe undersigned intends  to apply to the "Liquor Control Board for a  license in respect of premises being- part of the  building to be' known aa the Tourist Inn,  pi&satea at Sirdar. B.C.. upon the lands described as Sub-IiOt 18. Block ������93, Group ������, Map 323,  Sirdar Townsite. Kootenay District, Nelson  Land Registration District, Sn the Province of  British Columbia, for-the sale of beer by the  glass or by the open bottle for consumption on  the premises.  Ta.������*_*;3 tktA *������*.%. A_.^. ,~������ T������������������_.__     tWK  ������*-������9������w%J. atMtra ������a.ia_ui u^>  .... .r..*.*__    j___w ,.  ROBERT HEAP, Applicant.  spending at Vancouver, fie is accompanied by his brother who arrived on  Sunday from Cranbrook, and tbe .trip  will be mad*- by - motor, via Spokane,  Mr. Mackie of the Fernie branch is in  charge here in Mr. Allan's absence.  - 3>r. Henderson got back on Monday  after a two months* visit to eastern  centres, including New York, and re  ports a" most enjoyable two months  vacation. Dr. Burnett, who has been  in charge of his practice here, left for  Calgary ^on Tuesday. Personally .and  professionally ht* was well liked, and  had quite a busy eight weeks' sojourn  here.  Of the high school students wh������  .wrote on the departmental examination-* at Creston, and who papers were  examined locally, the following were  successful: Passed from Giade IX. to  Grade X.���������Jeanne llull 482. ' Passed  from Grade X. to Grade XI.���������Marion  Learmonth 614, Jean Craige 526, JSffie  Littiejohn 525. Nancy Downs 510.  Charlie Holmes with a standing of 4SH)  was given a conditional pass.  , SYNOPSIS QF .  L,iNDAC[.AiMtNliMENTS  laratn  licrmltia  ar������  ������at  ben  Mle& &������tfSn������g  Vacant, nnresarved, -' aurvay-d  Crown lands may bo pre-empted by  British subjects over 18 years of &se>  and by aliens on declaring intention  to become British ^subjects, conditio!!���������! _p������_ residence, occupation,  and   improvement   for    agxlcaitural  PUIpOMS.  fall information concerntaK regpa-  lattona refirardingr pre-emptions Ss  tSrivan In Bulletin No. "ULand Setae*.  "How to .Pre-empt Land," copies of  -vbloh can bo obtained free of charge  by addreosin? the Department- of  .Lands, Victoria, B.O. or to any Qov-  ernxnent _A**������i-_t.7 ..7-7 ���������  Records will Tbe granted covering  only land suitable for a*rrlculta������al  purposaa. and whlcb is not ttxnber-  lana, t������s canylnir over B.000 board  feet par acra -west of th������ Coast .Range  and 8,000 feet per acre east of that  H*"Uiaj. k  Applications for 'pre-emptions are  to bs addressed to the Xaana Com-  mlMlonau* sat th������ Land RccordJnfr "01 -  vision, in whlfib the land applied for  la situated, and ar* made on printed  forms, copies of which can be ot>-  talned from the "Land Commissioner.  .Pre-emption* must be oeeuplefl for  five years and improvements mads  to value of f 10 per acre; .Including  clearing and c-altlvatlnar at least five  acres, before a Crown Grant can be  reoelved.-7:'v'-;77y ���������  War more dotoilod Information aoe  ������Uie Bulletin "How to Pre-empt  . .Land." ��������� ���������'  O       PURCHA8E ������  AppUcatlons aro received for pur-  chaae of. vacant and unreserved  " Crown lands, not beinar timborland,  for aarrlcultuiral purposes; -minimum  price of firot-olaBs Camble) "ahd i_ $B  per acrcL and second-class CBrastlnB)  land $fl.60 por acre. Further information regarding purchase or locusc  ��������� of Crown lands is siven tn. Bulletin  No. 10, Xjand eej-ies, "Purchase and  Lease of Crown laands."'  Mill* fftctory, or Industrial sites on  timber land, not exceeding* 40 acre������,  may bo purchased or leased, the <wm-  dltions Inoludln'K payment ol  stumpaj-e-   '  Unaurveyod areof, not exaeedlnsr 20  acres, may be leased as ItomeBitea,  .conditional upon a .dwelltine belne  erected in the first year, title being  obtainable after resldonce and , Im-  jprovemont oondlUons ore fuMUlbc  and land has been surveyed.  -BASES  For arraxl������iB and IndUBttrlaJ pur*  po������������'*t eureaa not eacee������d!tc U���������**> ta������r*-i  may be leaaad by one person or *  cotnoany.  GFIAZINO  Under the _raaln_ Aot the Prov*  Inoe tat dlvtdell into ermtelnr district*  and the ran������������ administered under *������  Oreirtnft - Cotnmla-Uoner. AT������w.umli  trra-ilna permit, are losuod- based on  tiumbom ron-rad, priority beimc nlvon  to oatabllaked owners. Stock-owners  H.HJ"    Tfyy^ffy.      fa.������a������.nj������������������aH������������.������        a������a.������.       ^���������.w,^,,  manaraniient. SVee, "orlmrtially free.  mvollabta   for    settlerti.  Principal Liullainand of the Alice  Siding school got away on Sunday for  the ti*aO months* susumer vac<ition,  which he will spend at Merritt and  Nicola valley point.1*.  Haying is complete in the Alice  Siding section and is the best* crop  taken off for several yeai-i..  Strawberry, shipping at this point  will come to an end at tlie first of the  week. "At the Reed & Mather ranch  g pipking is due to stop-today. Du*^jto  timely rains at,.the middle of Jun<*;the  yield, is - considerably;, larger than  expected. ���������  .:'��������� ' ,    *.>1"'.  ~ ~.* /  The bass in the slough are reported  more nugnernus than ever " this year.  The local fish ex men have designs on  getting a few three pounders at least  this season.  Mr. and Mrs. Seaver got back from  a visit to Yakima at the end of the  week and left again on Tuesday for  that district, where they will reside in  futur**.--:..' .���������:.:"''.''���������'"   "'-''7;;   ���������''���������''.'.  "*'   -������������������'������������������ 'i-   ���������'���������'..-������������������ ���������       ' '      ;..--. ������������������"���������':   ' ��������� -  * ���������������--.".  Apple thinning hus coninienceo in  the Alice Siding ^section, - on, some of  the ranches the Wealtbys needing  attention of this sort:  The News states that Nt\kiibp and  district now. has 44 - autos���������almost  double the nnniber in operation a year  ago.  At the silver fox farm near Cranbrook about 45 of these animals are  how being fed���������22-- old- ones and .23  pups. ..-"-_  At jBonners E*erry the growers have  just planted their second Ioc of head  lettuce, whiqh will be ready for market  at. the end of August.  Shipments of h������ad lettuce by tne  carload . were made from Bonners  Fei-ry-last week. The green stuff went  to Minneopolis, Minn.  Bananas 'in carload lots are now  coining in to Cranbwiok, .The first-  ever car rolled in last week, to the  Plunkettfic Savage firm.  Bottles-1 brown about the bathing  beach and-broken glass in Ihe water is  complained .of -"at '^"Vernon's bathing  be;*.ch -already this season.  Kaslo Orahgef ttOaige has adopted a  resolution calling for a distinctive  Oanndia n flag to consbine the union  jaeV and aie-o show a maple leaf.  Mrs tSeorge Smith of Cranbrook is  rather proud of the fact that she had  S'-me of her own outdoor-grown ��������� 1825  potatoes for* dinner on June 2Gth.      *-  The United Chtirch at Grand Forks  last year ' raised almost $500 fos  missions, paid $500 off the i-hurch debt,  and met all other running expense**.  Albert ."White and Jerome, two  Indian hunievs at**- Just back fi'ins s,  trip to the hills at Jtavennere,, bringing in the pelts of,. tifbreo grizzly bears.  ��������� Due lo their failure-to vote at the  provincial election" m June, of last year  the names of 1337 electors   have   been  struck off the-North Okanagan  votei-s \%p**  list.  The Profitable Production of Eggs  Depends on jnst Two Things:  a.  The right kind of stock,     b. The right k$nd of'-  V Mash ahd Grain Rations.^ ^The first i_ up to $ou;^ J  hut we supply the fight kind of Feed to get results.  Price snd qualits} arc right,  Rcyal Household Flour* Purity Flour  ippiv iiFpnT  ui g  4_0 ttf%  <tp*&m9<U>\P  A. OS*  STRAWBERRIES for  Balance of the Season.  ���������and the grower gets the whole two dollars and a half���������Spot Cash  if you want it, too-^-hothing held back for cam mission for selling,  rebates, or any other cause. And hero are the prices we have paid  on Berries all season.    How do they compare wrath the opposition ?  *  Juii*- 2nd to 10th���������  June 14th to 2ist-~  ���������$4.00        June 10th to 14th-  ��������� S.G0        Jaws������ 21���������     _  ���������$3.50  - 2.50  Gooseberries, whole season���������-. -. -*-~ -1  CABBAGE, until further notice .���������-���������  .$1.50  3c lb.  NOTE���������Due to The Review publishing 38 hours ahead of time we were too  late to change our price to the $3 paid for Berries last week.  Creston Valley Produce Company  NELSON, .Manager  ALF.  Mrs< Campbell, wife of a fnrnser  Presbyterian pastor at Kaslo, wan  given a purse of $50 a few days ago,  prior    to "moving;^-!**   Vanc-suver   tu  ������. ������=._������au"i~_- .  The Iadtet>* aid in . connection with  Grand Forks United Church has just  made Pastor "Runnals its honorary  president.    His  w^e,is   honorary vice-  presidenti   /.,        ;���������, "--.?,-������������������ ^   -. t  -- * .J     "     - '-.   /- < I - ."* 'j. ���������  Although theCranbwi<"4c.G.vv*.V.A.  took in S2S������J at 'their il&ih^ of May  celebration the ������xpenses of the day  were^o high thut the profiit made was  less than $100.  BECAUSE  a^ur*?*- afirsftj*rv������ __?���������?���������  UU ISH.LLS  otheiT  cars  1  with three-speed- transmission it can build more quality  into each car and still maintain its low price,,  ___ f;-~.i_src_5  Lister  for  i������m������������rt   one.   travellers, - up   to   ten  end.  The United Church Sunday school  ib disontinued for July and August,  commencing with Sunday, 5th.  After'almiist.a.three uionthB* stay at  hie ranch here A. B.F. Bern hard left  on Sunday to take on hit. old job at  the Paradise mine near Invermere,  and will he away until Chrit-tmaM.  Not having heard of new potatoes  at any other point in the Valley  (Kuskanook excepted, of course) how  is Junfi 21 at for early. Both the  Malthouse and Garfield hnniiss had  new spuds for dinner that. day.  Miss Murlelle Milling!oh arrived  .home on Saturday from Crattbiook.  where she has jnst completed her  third year course in the high school in  that town*  After a two weeks* vacation ut her  homo' here MIbs Ruby Lister and her  friend, Mlsa Clark, have returned to  Cranbrook" to resititie their poflltiona  on the nursing ntaA* at the hoapltal. -  School closed for the midsummer  vacation on Friday and Miss Ohoi-rlng-  ton, principal, Hnnnuncea the following us having won th������t* year's _honor  rolls: Attendance���������Charlie Millthoiise.  13cp->rtractB">--5i!t,sBos Bys-trse.  Bv������ryone in the* area will hear with  keen regret pf tho decision, of the  Millington family to make their future  home at the conat, Mrs. Millington,  who Buffers from heart ti-ouble, finds  the altitude too high, nnd has been  ordered to a lower location. She has  "been at-Uvtc In chui-cBii a������ul Rundav  school work, public tichool nifuirw, und  every .community endeavor*.and th'a  family will be very much nd&aod.  look for more band concerts now the  school examinations are over and tbe  school boy members of the band- are at  liberty to play^  Cranbrook United: Church ladies* aid  gathered in $180 at their, first garden  party one night last week. 400 ice  cream cones -ftet'e noty sufficient to  tr-uppl y-the. demand. fi. ;���������  A. D. Bridges and Mrs. George  Smith of Oi-anbi*ook each hud one  sweet pea in bloom .on June 22nd and  ai-e claiming the Bast Kootenay record  in this connection.  ������-���������'  The flood condition   of  streams  at  the end of May necessitated the expen  dlturo of $3000 which waa not provided  for in the estimates for: public works  in the Oranbtook aria thin year,'  Every radio in Cranbrook was tuned  in on OKOL on Thursday' niitfit on  which occaaion Miss Helen Worden, a  native daughter of the divisional city  was. broadcasting some piano uolou.  CHEVROLET MOTOR CARS ANB  TRUCKS  A6EMTS  M������*IaAUGHLI-*f-BUrCj-  , '....CARS.'.-  ''''''''"'���������"^'TryVt-il^'Tinu^i'T  ��������� '���������'Wii'iT."   i*p/* ��������� Pfticr'c; l.isf   '   !.-,',  ,.-;; '/.;��������� ,v."^.-"'f:>K<i>!s^;,���������'���������: " ���������  \  *"TT"T"r"'K^  'nf'ntJA*"^:'C*r'''S':R^'r"V,it"  Ybuir AmbM  whatever Jlc may be* "will bemore  easily achieved if yo-ji liave created ? strong ally itt the shape of a  Sa7*iiigs Bank balance.  It gives courage ia present difficulties.  and confidence for the future.  No  beginning is  too  small and   no  aim too high.  Open f*������-������ nccr-unt r-v<lav- ������������  THE CANADIAN BANK  OF COMMERCE  C^tal Paid Up $20^XKMM50  Rescarve Fand $20^000y000  Creston Branch  X>. T.. Scrimgeouir, M_-a_er  P  r.  c  iJfflltt mnti IWeairjr  ___ ..������-  ������l___jitt    Anm^^nsrffmtm\  '*mWimfffmW*M\Wmm9i        U WmW \%m\8Jf WM  to Oridlop  New Stock of  Harness  .   Second Hand Store in  connection  MMM tAMMM   MMMW   MHH MM j^m IMV riH  i&^SiBa mmm^mmWmlmmV  ���������^S ^mW^mmf ttmW^mWa mmmwmmm t^YjBii Mmm Bwi MmM  __P-__1 __f jffgrlw   ffM t^BlmmmTmmm\mW 6������jB������ fflf wBflStW  Shoe and Harness Repairing  BURNS & G0.; Llui  _^ -^ ^^^ : ^   |MM|,     *Wk an W"m V*Vk mf%'W __f   %\\    ___ _faWHTBrf*-*  I  JTRY OUR  *��������� blhAMRGCK. PORK SAUSAGE  -An economical dish, easy to serve.  .   Shamrock ��������� Brand HAM, BACON anamLAHD  .f* r k Afr% a r mV __r*_D_c"jiji_#_c"j_>*ti*-  _c_������_f_r-i*ir"__c-__D������  *t,Hf f m ff*. fVff J/B J������ ar f*f       "LijfCJ&afAilJKataa-C tB ������_������ %J M   M ML JK.  Government graded, highest quality.  .   FRESH and CURED FISH  nil varieties.  ... r  Choicest BEEI*, PORICm M&U~f~IXJJrlwp wk^J%Mj������9 M#*%Wlt3  JB���������?I$J$!&P IiyFAIL POUI*TEtY ������>OOIM  incrennes egg prculnctlon and produce-* luetter poultry.    Buy tho beat.  wmm.  'fl tl'V-l������l������.)_.lftWBIHlj'������<ll*tl  -oJJj^.j.w^amaa^j.,.! &__,____  ffiawBawitiai  ^W*Qi^!^*fy?***. mm  THE    REVIEW,    CRESTOX,    B.    C.  *N  Sometime!    Why not this lime?  The ORANGE PEKOE is extra good.   Try it i  _*--*   -   ... -i. *>  Vjanada s  XJay ot ^pportunity  Grazing   Areas   In   Alberta  Immense Herds of; Horses, Cattle and  Sheep   W-ere   Run   On   Forest  Reserves  "During tho .summer grazing .season  of 3 92-1, 22,723 head of cattle, 5,867  horses and 2,300 sheep, were run on  the grazing areas within forest, re-  servos in Alberta, according to the re-  I>orl oi* tlie forestry reserve branch.  Tlte "branch estimated that the grazing capacity of the reserves is about  50 per cent, more than the total for  last season. - ' '  Before disclosing your invention to anyone, send for Free "RECORD OF  INVENTION. New leaflet "PATENTS���������A Road to *-"o������tune";' also fr������9  on request.      Prompt, personal service.      Write TODAY. :  W. IRWIN  HASKETT, Hope Bldg., "Next door "to.the  16 Elgin St., Ottawa, Ont. Canadian Patent Office"  Selected  \  Pains In Back Subdued  Sore Chest Relieved  Nova Scoti^ri Tfells How She Overcame   Her Troubles Wit.h  Ei=(VILiNE  "I consider Nerviline the best remedy for a cold, sore throat or tightness across the chest," wi-ites Miss  Itucy.. Mosher, from. Windsor, N.S. "For  many years our home has never been  without" Nerviliiife. "'���������'I had a cold on  my chest that fourteen remedies  couldn't break up. I rubbed onNer-  eviline three- times a day, used Nerviline as a gargio and was completely  restored." It's because Nerviline is  so' powerful, so penetrating, so sure  to relieve congestion, that it is used  in most homes, for.the prevention and  relief of a hundred minor ills. Get a  35c." bottle to-day. /  The commencement-of Spring operations throughout Canada has ushered  in a feeling of optimism in practically all lines of activity and in all sections  of the country with  the exception of the  coal mining areas  of Nora Scotia  wher-e^the disastrous nliners' strike Is still in progress ��������� at the time of writ-.,  ing and with little hope of an early settlement. -  There are substantial grounds for such optimism and the stronger confidence in Canada's- immediate future which is now increasingly evident.  During March there was a substantial improvement in manufacturing and  particularly so in the textile industry. Permits for new building likewise  show a gratifying increase, and these betterments, taken in conjunction with  the demand for farm help, are operating to provide a larger, volume of employment. *���������������������������������������������������������������. y__    -  Conditions throughout the "Western Provinces appt._-.i- to be uniformly  good and altogether encouraging. Farm operations have begun under favoring conditions of plenty of moisture- in the soil and well in advance of last  year, and, notwithstanding a considerable drop from the peak prices prevailing a month or two ago, grain prices are still good, with prospects for prices  prevailing at a figure which/will result in a fair profit on agricultural opera-j Newspapers   and  the   Mails  ns' -      . -    j     Newspapers    handled    through    the  During February and March there was, according to tho April Monthly j mails jn Canada average in bulk 125  Commercial'Letter of the Bank of Commerce, a steady increase in the mum- j tons a dav,At was stated in the House  ber of farms sold in practically all parts of Canada, and particularly so in the j 0t- Commons. The average cost per  prairie provinces. Immigration is steadily increasing and a gratifying nuni- year 0f transporting newspapers  toor of settlers of an exceptionally good type are. arriving from the British  Isles.  For the second time in the past six years "the month of February showed  a favorable balance of trade, the excess oi* exports over imports beinjjythe  greatest since 1915), and the total value of trade larger than in the corresponding month of 1923, when prices were substantially higher than at present.  But promising as the immediate future appears to be,~"the outlook is  even brighter for Canada in the years to come because Sty the increasing  necessity on the part of the United States to-import food supplies, y Reference was made in this column some weeks ago to the prediction of President  Coolidge that in a comparatively few-'-years the United States would be one  of the greatest-food Importing countries in the world.      Continuation of this  statement lias already cbnie from Secretary .Hoover who states that the Unit-                  Williams' _Hink:  fiH--,  ed States is importing butter and cheese on an increasing scale.      Once the       ^n,^������ +i������~ ._,+������..������������������,;.���������_, *~ *_,>_*.���������_~ . i-r~y.il  through the mail is $3,500,000, about  37 per cent, of -tlie'.total cost of hand-  ling all mail -matter. Revenue derived in 1923 totalled ������1,329,310, and iu  1924 was  $1,352,800.  TONIC TREATMENT  S S-*9."������ *"*"9a-B ar������*^a������������a4-1l *V"������*������  jB.fi4axiai^A<a'bi"i>ii  E.    A.    Cunningham, : Addressing    the  Montreal'   KiwarSis   Club,   EmpKa-'  sizes the  Need ^nd   Vaiue of '  Immigration  "So  much   confusion. exists  on  the  relation" of immigration    .to    employment, that I welcome the opportunity  to outline yrhat I know to be the trt* e  condition  in   this   regard.      The  fact  that Kiwanis stepped out ahead of the  whole country and sounded the clarion  call    of    in-migration,.   selected    and  directed, is well-known.  "Permit me to say a few words upon!  my;qualification's-.to speak tonight oii  this issue. I went to Southern Al-'  berta in 1900, before there was a road,  plow or farm fence in the coufltry.  My first purchase- was a -'horse--and  saddle, which constituted the- mean:!*  of transport, and, as intimated,,- we  could ride for miles in any direction  without    bothering    about    Toadsor  rtr  try ������122,000,000 per. year' and $13,000,-  000-to "railnoads per year.  "Now where aw? we. Are we not  pointing a way Lo ihe solution of the  Canadian railroad problem. We are,  gentlemen, and the only way is by tho  creation of new business in Canada;  you can have a share, in that creation.,  .'.- "Canada has noyparalleloh earth in '  its manner of development or its opportunity for development; "When  'the'-. U.S. had 9,000,000 people tliefe  were but few people west of the Allegany Mountains and thedevelopment  came .from' the Atlantic Coast ..-westward. Canada had to:Jirik up BHtish  Columbia witli'/Eastern Canada and the-  problem   is   entirely   different.       The  yoaianalau-   j. rkvaaiC     ximj ty a v " Mjauix     Over  the burden of the TPj^inicm (Jpvern-y  ment and built the connecting link between Britisii Columbia and Eastern  Canada and hasybeeii engaged'in:, the  development of 'this great Empire ever  since���������a territory more vast than the  U.S. including Alaska. Alberta alone..  can accommodate in area the British  Isles with Belgium, Denmark, Netherlands, Switzerland and Czecho-Slova-  kia and there is  still room forinore,  The Surest Way to Relieve Stomach Trouble is Through Dr.  Williams' Pink PlHs  greatest of exporters of cattle and meats, the United States is now regarded  in Great Britain as having ceased to be a source of supply of meat. ""*  The population of the United States is increasing at the rate of one and  Fl  targe cities and industrial centres. The production of wheat, of ..cattle, of  .I airy products, is not-increasing in like proportion. Ten years hence there  'a. ill'be 15,000,000 more people in the United States to be fed. and their food  supplies will have  to be imported.      Here is to be  found  Canada's golden  opportunity.  Canada is the loglca*! source of supply for-tlte. United States and appar-  '.MUly out- people are getting ready to capture this business. For example,  y.inada exported ten million more pounds of butter during the past twelve  months than during the previous year. .The salmon pack in British Colum-  t������in last year was the lui'gcvst ever made in the .Province* .and 400,000 cases  larger than in any year for five years. Cattle exports are steadily increasing";  nnd owing .to the higher prices now ruling for beef cattle, coupled with thfe  Taer that the world's d em and for beef has now overtaken the supply, Canada;  amy be expected to secure it.s__.iull share of this trade.   . \'  Titere have been times when truly patriotic Canadian-* have expressed  loubts- as io the Dominion's future and whose confidence has been shaken  is ibey have contemplated this country's geographical handicaps and noted  'ens of .thousands oi ir... people leaving for the country to the south, drawn  .ay iha"-*maj_n^t o:' opportunity there. But there is nothing in the prospect  no v.- opening before Canada to induct; despair or shake one's confidence.  I.y>..' oily tin.-- reva-sve i* irue. ���������'  Tii*-.- t.*.v ���������������������������__...--h century will yet ht-:- found lo in* Canada's century. Tho  flit-_'lmen-, o: that s*rop"n-<?y received a setback during the first quarter by,  va--rin of 'he  war mul tin; :i'"U'r-e*_'I<'Ct.s of war, but a.study of present condi-  Qinadtt.   tht.  When the stomach is feeble and food  lies   in   it   undigested,   the   poisonous  gaises distend the walls of the stomach  and   caus-e - serious   interference   with  .    ...      ,,,, , i,       ���������    ������   .i ���������    i a ��������� -     -     ii     ���������     .,,     itlxe other  organs,  especially with the  hall million people annually, and  this large increase is principally m the j action of the heart and lungs.    These  poisonous gases "have other ill effects.  They are absorbed by the blood and so  weaken and corrupt it as to cause  aches in remote parts of the body and  the formation of unhealthy tissue  everywhere. Experience shows that  these troubles vanish just as soon as  the stomach is made strong enough to  digest the food. In other words, it  needs ,a tonic that will enable it to do  the work of changing the food into  nourishment. The tonic used ought  tq be one that will agree with the "most  /delicate stomach and this is exactly  what Dr. Williams' Pink -Pills do.  Here is   a   bit.  of  convincing   proof  r'glveti by Mrs. Chas. Dadner, Ellerslie,  "P.E.I., who. says:���������"For some.years I  was ti sufferer i'rom stomach trouble.  Everything I ate caused distress, sour  stomach   and   belching.       I   could  not  eat meat or potatoes, and I grew weak  and    very     nervous.      No     medicine  seemed  to  help  mo  until I  was  persuaded to take Dr. "Williams' Pink Pills,  and  these simply worked wonders.    I  took the pills  faithfully  for a couple  of months, by which time every symptom of.- the trouble had  disappeared,  and there, has not    since    been    tho  slightest symptom of stomach trouble.  No wonder E p ml so Dr. Williams' Pink  Pills."  .You can Ret those Pills from any  'medicine- dealer, or by, mail at 50  cents a box from The Dr. Williams'  Medicine Co., Brockville, Ont.  tions   and    .end-.���������"������<-���������*-���������<-  ia  ���������������,  world  situation,   and  more  economic  especially *h������* trend of ���������������-,--iUk in tin. [,-nit.ed States, all point, to the inevitable  ron'-luskin That, thi.-- Dominion now occupies an exceptionally strong position,  i������nd it. only remain.'' lot Ut Canadian people to bestir themselves and take full  trd .-ant'iK.- oi tin- opportunities before them to achieve happiness and pros-  pejiiv for themselves snid a place I'or Canada in ihe very forefront, of nations.  D !">"*_"��������� Saw    P_  M    *^   ������^  a **|  i  Why Paper Did Npt Pay  An Ohio publisher whoso papev^ was  not prospering, sol the bookkeeper to  figuring out, how much advertis Ing' Jt  would take io ntakn tho paper pay. lie  found that at tho in to ho was thou  charging. If the whole pupor were devoted to {ulvertiaemonla. the deficit, at  the end of tlio week wouftl bo $131.  fences. The main highway was the  Benton Tiail. which ran from Fort  Benton, at the, Jseau of the Missouri  River in Montana,... through Southern  Alberta to. Calgary, the divisional  headquarters of the Royal North West  Mounted Police, and that trail meandered, though it was the shortest way  to a given point, avoiding the coulees  and leading fo the river" crossings at  fords and bridges.  . "It was about 3906 that the first carload of turkey red Kansas hard fall  wheat s seed arrived for sowing at  Spring Coulee in Southern Alberta���������  and Alberta began to produce in volume the famous Alberta red hard  wheat about the same time, and it-was  in 1915, or within ten years of the be-"  ginning of Clifford Sifton's campaign,  that Liethbridge, which hafd grown to  a beautiful city of 14,000, handled  50,000,000 bushels of wheat through  its yards. This accomplishment, to  my knowledge, within fifteen years ot  the time-when there was not-a plow  on the land anywhere, was the- result  of immigration alone.    . ;���������'.'.  "Now, how did that benefit industry?  ���������Uet me illustrate.      Let us take lura-  ber���������^witli which I was connected for  several years���������^and I speak of what I  know.  ;-:: -.. -    yv'  "The first purchase a settler makes  is lumber for his shack or house. This  is ordered    from    the    retail*   lumber  yard,   which  places  the order to  replenish stock with the sawmill, which,  in turn, hires men to go into the bush  to cut trees for logs, which are afterwards cut at the mill.      The mill man  hires railroad cars and crews to trans-,  "fer   the   sawn   lumber   to  the   prairio  yards in fulfillment of the orders���������^immediately    you    have started employment of labor.      Now, the mill wants  machinery lenewals, chain, cant dogs,  peavies, pulleys, belting and a lot of  other things, all  of which are manufactured   in   eastern   factories.       The  mill wants,  in   addition, to. hay   and  bat's for horses,   "subsistence'  of    all  kinds    for    the    crews, canned goods  galore.       Clothing, underwear,   shoes  and   stockings,   overalls,     caps,*    etc.,  which    were-  not th?n-manufactured  west of the Great Lakes.      Orders for  these had to go to .wholesale houses  in Calgary, Winnipeg and "Vancouver,  who  replenished   from   eastern  mills.  It must be perfectly clear to you that  if heavy orders are sent to the eastern mills Hint thoy must hire men to  fill those orders.,     The railroad must  repair and maintain freight cars nnd  locomolives to take care of this business;    and    what,    happens when the  lumber arrives at tho retail yard? The  farmer hauls it out to hla  farm���������he  must have wagons and harness, nails  and  hardware,   building  liaper,   glass  and  'Sliorwln-Williams'  and  'Canada.'  paint,   all  of  which  comes   from   tho  eastern  factory.      He also uses groceries   and   household     supplies,    antl  later, .-houses  aro   extended,  nntl   enlargement   makes    further   demands.  Who can tlion say that immigration Is  not. tlio euro for unemployment?  "There tiro at proHonl: within IB  miles of Hie railways, 25,000,000 acres  of land which on the basis of 320 acres  per  family, which -will givo to ind lis -  |aaw^' ' '"  ' .' ���������'" ���������    a"1',   add the population^ and  you .���������'bay*r S0,,-?!:='.  290,333 compared with Alberta's present population of 588,454;'  The indications of worms are a*est-  lessness, grinding.of-the'teeth-,' picking  b*f the nose, extreme peevishness, often,  convulsions. Under tliese conditions  one of the. best remedies that can be  got is Miller's Worm Powders. They  will attack the'-v������qrms;as soon as administered nntl. they pass away in the  evacuations. The little" sufferer will\.  be immediately eased ah<[ a return oC  the attack will not be likely.    :  Great Britain has 26 telephones per  1,000 population, as compared with 142;  in the United States.  Minard's   Liniment  for   Backache.  B.C. Mineral Output  The total mineral output of British  Columbia mines in 1924 reached a  value of $51,877,724, or 24.77 l������ei* cent,  of the entire Canadian production, and  about $8,000,000- higher in value than,,  in 1923.  WALKED THE FLOOR  FOR HOURS  NERVES W^RE sd BAD  Wherever there are people who are  troubled with deranged nerves they  will find in Milburn's-Heart and Nerve  Pills, a remedy that "will restore the  equilibrium of these deranged centres  and bring back tha shattered "nervous ,  system to a perfect condition.  Mrs. W. W, Aulthouse, Woodrous,  Ont., writes:���������"After having a severo ���������  attack of bronchitis I was left Jh a  very weak, run-down condition; my  nerves weieall broken up; could not'  sleep at night, and would have to get  out of bed end walk the floor for hours.  "After using a.box.of       .  MILBURN'S  HEART AND NERVE PILLS  I began-to feci much, better, and after  taking a few more boxes I could enjoy my rest aa weir as I ever did, 1  alway recommend them 0 all my  friends.'  For sale at all druggists and deal-.  'era;   put. up only, by The T. Mil burn  Co., Limited. Toronto, Ont.*  Mercury lamps that shed rays said  to have the healing properties of  sunlight "av-3 being used to aid sickly  mid tubercular children of New York.  PKME  ' l������eej>s EYES  Clear, Bright and Beautiful  *W*It������MutIneCo..Chlcii8<>,focEv������C*teBook  Rently-made Medicine.���������You need no.  physician   tor ordinary  Ills' when you  have at  bund ������ hoi lie of \>\\ Thomas'  lOcleot.'le Oil.     Foi* oourIis, colds, soro  throat,   bronchial   troubles,   it   Is   Invaluable;    lor   sealds.   burns,   l.rtilHo.s,  HpraliiH   It   Is   iin-nii'punned;   while   for t  (Hits, nolo-,  nnd   the like  It  Is nn-un-j  .lilcNlhmiibl'"     heiiler.       It     needs     no |  11'Mi I mm-1 ut   oilier   tlttttt   Ilu*   use,   tind'i  tha!   will   mitisly  anyone  as  to  Hh  el-  I'ei-'llvelH'SH,  goric, Teething- Drops and Soothing Syrups, especially prepared  i*    ���������    ������������������,,<���������   ,. a       : ,,. .    .... i    f -t.; i, ���������...���������,,    ..it    .....  At.',        I. i I a, 11 a a t. i     4 11,     aula...     imu      t^. a ,i ,, .* a_..t     .4,1     .I...V-.,.  T>i ,iv'������'.i*] iiuit.itkauri, ulwa.y.-. iua-k lor the .utfiialure tit   O-iaa-..'*// 7<~^W/t.  Jprm-i-ii direct .'in--- on cich pnek.-rp***..    I'liysilcianj every where recommend it.  Considcr.-itc   Hut3ba>"d  ftiiMlim'SM   niiiii    (to   pari iter). I.oolt  liere'fi f-'t'n vv;ilt till the I weiity-tblrtl  to go into limiUi'iiplry. It'll my wife's  hill ltd. iy ami I re.-illy don't :iee any  oilier way <���������!  surpt I. inn her thin year.  K>*-p "Vfitn.trH'r  Llnim--'"t in  the  House.  I  \V.     N.     U  1 r>71  mmm  X  jgl  W__t^*_������____a  wr*lQ_JPSB___!  l1. ya.-ii jii-ta yaija.-gjuaiiiig'tt  a_aa_aai_Bagpwg^^ n*���������a  >  THS  ���������r-a,������um i u mitxr  J_*k~" V JLSU Yl ������  ai-Tp---ric*nr.i-v>T  ���������y^X\iJHiK3 JL "J*_*" m  *  Release of Britisii Gapital  Forska<low3 a New Era in  ���������*��������� *  Canada s  Economic  Development  Condemns Dole System  Canada has . particular cause f^t;  gratification in the return of sterling  to p-frity, for it is taken as tore-  shadowing a ntsw era ill th������? Dominion's economic development,, Despite  the general industrial upheave! and  Ihe wide variety ot post-war -troubles  which confronted the Britisii Isles, it  has been the general opinion that the  What's Doing in  Saskatchewan?  By  of  Walter   P.    Davisson,    Author  "The Three Pools"  Saskatchewan is a Cree Indian\wotd  meaning "Rapid River."      In this year  of  grace,  there  are millions  of. busy  _ people    In    the    cities of the' United  ui_.i-v.a-.-.-   -or.+o������' "��������������� nre-istal������".   in   Europe,   and   even   in \Ue  / "     l V      ; iL7K'int 'East oC Cacada*    where    the   olyrrfpic  investors oLthe United King-, province ot Saskatchewan signifies, if  not merely  value   of   British  *-Sy-������f>5-e-ip)"l      fo i  money  ia!  depreciated  has been tl  ven Ling  ilom from making an effort to regain  the supreme position they occupied  before the* .war in oiling the wheels of  Canadian activity of alt kinds: President i". W. Beattr. of the Canadian  Pacific Railway, on his return from  Europe last year, stated: "When exchange Is at a parity' I feel q.uite con-  -fident that England will support Canadian enterprises and Canadian development will be very extensive."  This feeling* and prediction would  seem to he supported by recenL reports  from England following the stabiliza  tion of sterling, that London is looking   *?"+"* yuif;  -forward to Canada retUTttihg-there for * d:istance.'  loans. This should logically be followed by the entry of Britisii funds  into the -various channels of investment Canada offers, and Great Britain, in this regard, comes Lo constitute itself a more serious rival of  "other foreign investors than it has  oeen for some time.  With    the  Britisii funds in some v������!*_mie to Can  ada     for''   investment,  should stand to benefit by foreign" investment   to ��������� an   extent- fehe   has  xtot  hitherto   known.  running waters, then say  Rivers  of Wheat"���������and  that  is  the  whole picture.  In so vast a land as Canada, provincialism seems to be necessary. It is  only nn comparatively j-sli'p occasions  that the man in the street thinks and  acts in national terms. He did so  in 1865-1867 a I the Confederation of  the Dominion. He did so in every  corner of Canada just half" a century  later. These are impeilsha-ble memories :  A philosopher has somewhere said:  "You can hold art object so close to  you, that it blots out the rest of the  world���������or it can be remote enough  lo we a uuej-u spevk in 4Jie  J  Building Stone Quarried in  Manitoba is  Now'Snipped  To   Eastern^ Cankaa   Points  ihese     restraining, and  delicate!   "Some local publicity has been giv-  by   alary "I.   Gates,   concerning j en   to the fact  ihat  all  of the  stone,  including   cut^ .face   and   other   stone,  used   in   the   construction   ot   a   large  M  rtes  lines  "Ownership":  -"We till a corner of this earth today,:  And call it ours, because we do not j  see, < > apart" mem  iThat it belongs  to those who led "the * extent    oT  way,  And to lhe men and women  yet to  he."  One   of   those   who   assuredly- -'led  the way" in the great area   that was  to become Saskatchewan, was laid to  'rest the other day-in a little cenietcry  :at the hear! of the Qu'Appelle Valley.  SIR  JOSEPH   COOK  Australian High Commissioner in  London, who has made a sweeping  condemnation of the dote system obtaining in England.  .iv ust: in Montreal, co tin*-  about " two hundred and  twenty caiv-acls, has been shipped  from. Manitoba to the metropolis, this  beting, as far as is known, the first  time that a Manitoba building stone  has been used in Montreal. Hitherto  the greater part of the building stones  His name was Thomas Kavauagh. He j used in the construction of large build-  Loft his native Ireland in the '60's, and  was muster nl out from service in the  CiviL War of the United States. Thence  came this son of Erin to the peaceful  Qu'Appelle Valley. It was characteristic of the" man io couie lo tbe faitl*.-"  est west lie knew, and to lake in a  war, enroiit*-*"! Be that as it. may, Ihe  late Thomas Kavanagh settled in ihe  valley when tl^ere were less than  20,-  IHgS  lias  States  ever, at  iii    thlS     Sect i.\iii  been   i'Mported  of  from   the   United  The Manitoba stone Is, how  the present lime, being ship*  I    see    the    wondrous provinces of  Manitoba and Alberta?, easlern    and  western' neighbors   of  vast   potential  wealth.      There*  is   also  Hie   mighty  treasure-house    of    British Columbia,  from the mountains to the sea. Looking    eastward,    there is good old Ontario,  settled under*traditions  of Lhe  storied pas-:, wise in its accumulated  ! agricultural   experience,   and   efileEejit  _.,-.,,-������������������    Pl hi.  an   industrial  vitality   ac<|uired'ih  almost certain return off th<3   past   decade.      Beyond,   there p  Quebec���������powerful - and  populous   and  the"- Dominion I picturesque���������near ������*4.he   cradle   of   the  } Dominion. And,      finally, 7:-Noya"  ,      .     .      . 3 Scotia,   New   Brunswick,   Prince   Ed-  extent- fehe   has  Ttot, ward Island   vIlh a t.Jcll pasty andean  It  cannot  be  eon- , assured  future for their million chai*-  ceived that the United States, dwelling in such close, proximity, with such  a keen knowledge of Canadian resource and opportunity, and with a  'growing volume of funds for investment abroad, willceas'tStbs^nd-ihena  in the same proportion to Canada as  .she. lias done for some years. "With  British moneys- coming 'info friendly j in  rlvalrv  with them  it cannot help but '  act eristic  people on the r astern ramparts   of   the   nation!-       Each, one   of  j tliese great.human, economic and'poll--  J tieal divisions will speak for "itself, aim  blend  its  story  into  the national  life.  Today, 1 et-u-'s talk- about -Saskatchewan.  Following the* established practice.of  delivering  wholesome,  if .unpalatable.  medicinal  tonics  "early and 'often',"-;,!  will submit a few illuminating figures  the   forefront   of   this-, article,  and  to  two great mental hospitals; and SO  infirm folk in a provincial home; and  64 boys in a detention institution; and  47 Saskatchewan pupils iu a deaf and  dumb institute; and 19 little- pupils  who never saw these prairie skies;  and, alas, 2,250 neglected: and dependent children under provincial care.  Saskatchewan Is not immune- Irom the  tragedies and sorrows arising out of  human frailty.  -  As a province, Saskatchewan is indeed a debutante, having been established as a separate political entity in  -September, 1905. Yet, back of that  inaugural ceremony, there lies a rich  substrata of tra-lition���������the vital .story.  ofythe pioneers*'" In the years 1S90,  1880, IS70, with their Red River carts  aid tents,Tbear and buffalo, Indians  aiad ���������empty trails. In the tlie -year  1925���������-with-"- the "C6nt inen'tal Limited"  speeding across. Saskatchewan; with  thriving cities, towns and villages;  with765,000 automobiles on thousands  peu as far i*asi as *_jueb-_.c City, whens  it is being used Tor a church interior,  and these developments would seem  to augur tor the domestic products :i  tuturo  as  comes to  000   people., living between   Winnipeg. greater    utilization    in the  and the Rockies.7. There are.2,000,000   their i-elativ *!y high <pialitv  people in that area today, and oh, but, &eneialiy known  it is empty, empty, empty���������just spoil- * *-*  ing  for the chance- to bring  content-1-������ The quarries  from which this storm  of miles ot" roads; with 7"v& millions ol*  ope-ufrup 'for Canada a nevv_and. bright- '     Looking  ���������^.ex'-AS-ira. oi. development.  Wheat Board Surplus  Share Apportioned To Manitoba To Be  . Devoted To Re-search "Work ,  A cheque foi* $128,000 has been treceived by-Hon.. John Bracken, provincial treasurer, as Manitoba's share oC  the*' surplus moneys of -.the Canadian  wheat board of 19J 9, 'distribution., of  which   was   authorized   by   order-in-" sheep  council   at  Ottawa  some "tit'o  months .Horses   .... .7   ; Coal  mined,  tons  ��������� Factory production  acres of -wheat blended into a single  marketing, uiiit,,:with the world as. the  buyer; with''-'.tli^.. .mme-hse open spaces  of the province 'shrunk by tlie magic  of 9S,000.'. telephone's, and squared like  a -.mammoth crossword puzzle on the  fe'nce    posts  - of  a  hundred thousand \ -<-'  ...**,._  ������������������   i. ,.^       ���������     ,- i   ,i ,i farms*.       This is a conlrasLing picture I y;  . pass on. to more col or I;nl - thoughts   .     , l]ja1 c       ot r n       sni. thp ira.lglnalion > "  back   over   192-1,  what  has      f t, ^      ^     h |0 SPe>  tin-*    production    record  to the t      _     . , .    ,        .���������      .      ,  credit   ol" the. RT.-f.000 'people" of .Sas- ������     DunBg the past decide, the farmers  -������ -a,   ,o     the .listA in I <* Saskatchewan'have grown a thous-  rs    representing   ������)0   per! and   *n*Uhon   bushels   of wneat.       De-  i   Votaf *_������fellvEHes"jn-the   ducil?S tU.e bread requlremems of the  *-       :    j province since 1914, at the accredited  Bit-jhija]--   i'"ate of S b-ishels per capita per year,  136 OWlOOiii -here   remains  930,000,000   bushels   ol"  <37 nnevnoo^AVheat which this young proA-inee has  'delivered,   since  1914,   to  the   hungry  What of Lomor-  9      How. about the next ten years?  .will the 1950 historian have to  merit to ten million folk. At any raLe.  try to remember that this grand old  pioneer was building a home in - Lhe  West of Canada when the victorious  Prussians were marching through the  streets of Paris in 1871". In what Isj  -now the province of Saskatchewan,  rJ/homas Kavanagh was hoxnesteader  No. 1.      ~  University of-Saskatchewan  Who would hav������ dreamed that  within fifty odd years alter -"boniest e-8-Ter....Xe. 1" came to this cownLi'5,  the name of Saskatchewan would be  so,familiar on the blue ribbon records  of such great fairs as "Chicago,*" "Toronto," "Guelph," /"Ottawa.?" 7Tlie  1924 awards show 31 prizes for Saskatchewan grains, and. 214 prizes for  Saskatchewfc n livestock. When these  achievements are taken in cortjiinetion  witli the ,|act that there-.are-2,43.3. elevators'" strung along 6,4=50 miles -of  railway";- that'the 1924 "make  creamery  butter   from   65   plants   was  is   being   shipped   ;vre   situated   about  thirty miles northeast of Winnipeg  near the stations of Carson and Tyn-  dall on the Lac du Bonnet branch of  j the C.P.K-, ">ein& connected with this  line by spurs. At the chief centre,  near Ganson, three large quarries are  in operation and a number of smaller  quarries or undeveloped prospects occur Jn "tbe immediate neighborhood.  This is lhe. most important source of  building stone in the western provinces. To the trade the stone is  known as Garson or T-yndall stone, and  at: more distant points it is sometimes  termed Winnipeg stone. Ii is a soft  limestone with a characteristic mottling in ''darker colors. Two typijp  are recognised:���������a buff variety and a  of _ ijitxs vasietv. Both can be quarried  in large blocks and are capable of be-  over   13,00-0,000  lbs;-,   which   is  double , .        , , ,     .,  the  192<.. production;, .that   there are I inS dressed and carved with ease  1,500.': schools  and a 10-year-olcL "Uni-i     Previously this stone was extensive-  versity   of   Saskatchewan"   In   which -j ,v usea in the construction of the more  iy  the people have invested ten aniLlipn 1 .  rTnii������.ve... tt- mates a man wonder i������������r 1 amportasit  ! katcheivan ?       Here  round   number!  cent."    of    the  province:  Wheat      Oats      Barley ;..--������..  Flax   ���������Ilaj.    *U' ������������������������     ���������   -a    ���������    ���������    -    a,    a     ������     *     ���������  Butters, lbs. .. '....  StockHtha ."keted-  Caltie   .. ..   Hogs  6.113,000 ! eitl0,s ot th- world!  2.250,0.00 1 ������.7 7  What  20,000,000 j  say about the   province of Saskatche-  I9S.970  wan?  In accordance with Premier Brack- !..Furs'  en's/plaii, announced in the'���������,legislature 'Lumbet*  dining the re cent session, 1he amount.  received wilL be put into a:trust! fund,  the  revenue  from  which  will- be  devoted to agricultural reseasell worlc.  Such a Waste  "Fadder,'*y feaid    Ikle,    "give  penny.'"'  "Vot you want mil: a penny "J.  hla  father.  ,  "To buy un all day, suck er,"  ���������"Vot. an all day stieker and  o'clock in ilia (ifterrioon���������'alroady?  mi*  V asked  21S.O00  IS.OOO*-  r>oo  . 'no0.060  $3S,O00,OQO  $ 2,5frO,000  $ "KOO0.O0O  iciiume^  ^QB_. BUDf H   mmmW S   ^^  y-Bayer5���������Insist!^  Unless you. -seft the "Bayer  Cross" on, tabids -yoxi are not  getting: the genuine B;iy,er product proved safe by millions and  prescribed by physicians for -2$  years.  Accept ��������� only" a  Bayeir package  which con tains proven directions  Unruly "Bnyor" lioscfl  of  12 Inhlcta  Alan hottWof 2-1 uutl 100���������"DrtitfRfstfl  Auptrlit J>i 1 lie tru.li.' mnrlf (rcsl-tiftral In  -.ntiiiit.it>' Nir I'tHVt-fMimtntrni'ttW'-; of 'Jitoi������������'  kvi-i|a.>ncl^t)Mtl_c of 8b"U''-IIc(ic3������I������  -Minerals   '".'..'...... .^... . ;-. ."'$ ' "T>O0,OO'O  Fish ��������� . .-:'.'.:;. .;..Ai..-AT    S     300,000  ���������A {'���������.irly fpi'inidablc year's.,t.Q.coi-d to  be credited to approjclnia.ely.the same*  popuhUion p.s live Iu tlie. City of Toronto. ���������������������������    ���������*-'- .    Saskatchewan's   cities,   towns.,   villages and���������rural municipallljes-itjilee in  a tb^al settled area of !"fi.000,000 n-ores,  which   works  out  nt  slightly  ov<-i*  70  acres Cor every man. woniini and child  in the province.      But that. Is not: tall  ol' Sasl_-Uehewiin.     "TTh-re are still an  t additional 100,000,000 acres within the  it's  X \ provincial  boundaries,       So,   when   a  -' man like. Roger W. Babson (tlio 1'iun-  ,iwl siatlstlcitin)   pnys  to    the    Oltawa  j board oC .trade; y "AVer a la young man.  ]I  would not.'stay  five* minutes In the  : ITnitid   .Stall's,   but  would   come over  to  your grent  count ry  and  blnzn  my  otvn trail through lltn IiuhIi," ,11: Reenis  1o tno Ihat. Ihere are I'a.-iUilos .for Xhe  expvesHlon   ol'  the  n nihil ions   ol' such  men���������nntl   they   could   ha  stssut'i-tl   ol'  ample elbow-room    in    ,Ssi.skiit<:l:H-wan  today.      The   othor ' Brent,    provJncof"  could tlotibllr'.*.!. en ch supply their own  "bush," and can be n.-lU-il on lo t-petil-  for. tlifiiiHelvoH.      CorlaLnly, a naaii of  the" Cti lib ro or Roger W. llnhHon 'could  be expected to emerge Irom tint wil-  devnest*   even   of  unRiirveyrd   Suslcat-  ehewan   io   i\\o 'norths   nnd   tttlce   his  proper plant' in  tlte n(tI hut 1.1  Uln. TI16  nu'eeVor Do:i!tld Sinilh (hel.tt-r knowti  j.;i������ Lord   SI rat hcinwi)   growing  I.-,   nm-  ."Jtirlly out -ol" the bleak coastt. ot Lab'-,  ��������� rndor, shows how a young mint usi'n go  Imp a i-tjunli.v   IriiS. stud  eventually  ber  ��������� it-otJio ������ eon-picuoiiH figure 011 llio nftjr  In the year. 1921, there were. 1-.G90  homesteads taken up in this proytnee.  Thert" is sometliihg about tha tword���������-  "Homestead"���������which "rings in 1he  ��������� heart. Truly seen, it. Was'no connection with grain prices. It. is an idea  tbat is as old as the race. Grain  'prices merely borrow their importance  by_.reflection, in their relation to the  ���������Ayell-being of the world's homesteads,  _/v-nation that sees, straight will cherish its "homesteads" as its most, treasured possession���������"These are my  jewels." They contain tlie germ ol"  content, and hold the things which  lhe majority of mankind 'hope lor���������  health, happiness, home,  .     Homesteader  No/1  Nowhere is the sense df ownership  mor.-:7inliniately qhorded than in the  building of a home on a.squared half-  mile of Saskatchewan hind; yet, a recent: issue of "Queen's Quarterly"* enr-  dollars;   it makes a man wonder just  vhat the n-*xt  hal'E'��������� ce-ntiiry wilt bring1,  in terms ot wealth, and human welfare. ���������  lo the 250,000 square miles that make  up   Hie   province     of     Saskatchewan  Who can say  To' my mind it is only  ada     aad  in  buildings in  Wcstern   Can-  iven    ia  Kastern  Ontario.  the  which it  has been, utilized  are  Pa rlia ziaent Buildings at Winnipeg and  Regina, the X������aw "Courts at "Winnipeg,  and-other bull dings,-J 11   the  Manitoba  j capital  city as well   as Fort "William,  safe to say that lhe ensuing nfly_,ye:ars  will ufifold a still more amazing story.  A Northern  Route! ,  Of course, Saskatchewan is subject i Sault Ste. Marie, and Toronto. Ontario.  to   the   troubles   and   turmoils   which  history indreates as inseparable from  opening"'up a new land. . The prov-  -incc suffers from 11s groiying-pnins.  much as do these 'teen age boys and  girls xv-c- see on every hand, and all  three.are entitled to sympathetic care.  But youth somehow finds a way to  show that it has arrived, Travel over  the province. Say nothing, merely is declared, by-authorities to be quite  listen.      You will find that them are   as good as ^oneowbicli at the present  For the firs*: time it���������is being used in  Quebec ��������� in    preference    to    imported  stone, -torninning its widening of the,  scope of'its utilization..  There-, .is still a  good  deal of room  for extending the * use - :of    Canaclian  construction.   .- The Tyndall limestone  as may be,'and hurry along over some  oi these rifts in- the Saskatchewan*  lute.  Always first, comes the dream of the  salt water which eats its way to Hie  heart ot the continent, at, Port Nelson.  To Sasknlclmwsin, this -i()-yeiu-oId  dream is likely to deteriorate into a  nightmare, unless something is done  about it. Alter all, there is Alberta  with her "western route" and the Panama Canal; and there is Manitoba with  the Great.-"Lakes and lhe Si. Lawrence  from Ohio and other parts of tha?- United States. Imports of the. 111 or-? important* building stones into Canada  in 1������*M aggregated about $375,000. and  this ".-.-as not a particularly active -year  in the building trades. In the previous year the same .Items totalled iifax***  er ������.(30rt,000.       ���������  Scie-ntist Invents Qyeer Whistle  An  t'-nglish scientist has invented a  aa*"^  Via'  I."fit  Uonal hli;In\jty  "To iho������i������ who  Him  cling lo IJ.t* li������������  (il*a������s������it!>i|������ til' tin* "vvllil  ���������.-nil Va-Mily"1 wesl,  let rue htty that there are 1.K7.!Mi'k pupilH  i;ur������iile.tl   In Saskafelu-sviuii hcIhhiIh mid  eollfg^ri:   thai   HiIh   province  exiientlft  every  lii'lh dollitr  In Uh public,  .rcas.  dry on editcittion; and flint the lulrth-  i-'tle- ln SttHkntcht-twaJi during 1021 wu������  I lie se-eond hlgheHl. wiih    lhe    f    per  thounnnd death rate iltu .Unvtipi iln the  Don. in Win. ;   '    .  ���������     TiteretH,  iiaturnlly.  Ihe tidier  Hide  J-*iI   the   pE'-trrf.   ;   SI' we*   vurc  in  leo!:,  |nva* will nee a total bf l.fiOO pa I l-ui t s In  She Now Enjoys Good Health  Quebec  Lady Sends Message  Of  Hope to all Sick Women  Dame E. Ouellet Used  Dodd's Kidney  Pills For Kidney Trouble, Ke-id'acltsc'  and -indigestion With Great .Success,  St. Joseph do Ktimour-iKkn, Que.���������  (Special).-��������� "I must tell you ihtif a  -treatment oi' six boxes of Dodd's Kidney Pills have done nie a great ileal of  good," states Dtimu Ouellet,, 11. well  known re.slth.nl. of thin place. "J was  Huri'i.-i'lng fro in kidney irouhle, lieatl-  nohci and Indigestion. ' I am now In  good health. Kindly pnbliuli my I  test I mon la I lor tint beiiem, ol 01 liar  ( Hick women." *  I It is iiolU-eable tlittl: peoi������hi who  1 have used ll-xtd'*. Kidney PIIIh lire en-  tliiiHliiHlh* iii recorii 11 tendinis tlieni ltw  others. Thai. Jh how Uodd's Kidney,  Pills have made and nuilnhilnetl their  reputation.  Dodd's Kidney Pills are purely and  sluVply at Kidney remedy. Tltey  ���������Hlrenglheii lhe Icidne.VH so they ran do  their full work of spraining the Im-  puritles out of the blood,  JAu't)"- blood (*ot"r-.liij.������ throuKh tlte  body carries lq the dirferenl ovgnnB  tl.t. i*iouri.tlun<Mit Htny n**<-d t-o If en  (hem snunil and healthy,  Grestt.  "Waterways   ]dan,   not   to jiirn-11vj,j  tion a substantial per-bushel rate ad- 1  vaiiltigo  by  virtue  of  Iter  location to  tlit-i  east.      Can we blame-the people  of Saskatchewan if they cling 10 ilietri  vision ol' a northern route? j  Conneruiiig what i*" widely known >.  as "The Big' Four" in Saskatchewan  journalism, we Avill t-ontenf ourst.elves J  with culling a striking phrase from a  recent address by President Coolidge.  "Wherever democracy is making its  way, there tun. be no question, of thrill viol able freedom of the press."'  There is also, naturally, the voice or  the pessimist, the demagogue and the  radical,       Life   would   not.   he   normal  ... 1 , a       ....'. t. -,...._....,....   .4 .. \\ t   .      a ,,      al.rt  a.'i I HOW*.     ilifnr-    tiiimul  v������ -a t.s 11 a ..     ia,     .������.-.,  idea tliat: "everything iu lhe Kstrdi-n I  Ih lovely." Jltil. then; is a whole- j  Hoiiitvne.-"'? in the mental outlook nr tin*.  uuihh nf the peopl,e of SasHiit-rha-wun,8.  which Is hot ii safe and re fresh lug.  (To be eonltnued)  tie wilii an adjusiable plug by  which the whistle can be rendered  nior������* and snore shrill until live" yibrn-  lions n~e so rapid that ihey no'longer  affect,the human ear. But n dog can  still hoar iht-ui. and .will, leap readily  to tha������ia* call.  Western  Dairy Associatiaia  Orga"Itaitlon Covers the Four We8'tei*n  Provinces    an-d     Has    10CP000  )   . IM embers  Tin*  Western   Canadian   l>-"Sr5nia*it's  A.-iM>r|alioij h;..-' been li'iirineil D.j- ihi.TV-  men of tin* four xvesti-rn, provlnrn-s,  laUlnR In 108,000 foi lower h or thus dairy  Lndustry in Manitoba, Sasikai chew tin.  AI bev I n ami Ihitlt-h Columbia. The  ob jet; In of the a h hoc I at Ion aiv tr. Improve conditions Kir dairymen,, to *e-  enre mnrkets, parii-.*uh������rly ax|n>ris.  and to --ecure nn Itictreas^d ������"t-iry pro- ;  Hltifthm of a high saiandakdly,. tl -riuallcy.j  After e-tlnft, or amoklnti  W-rlgJ-rylii f retchens the snoutiii  ���������ft-n-1 a-we-etens ���������"He fcre-fttf*.  Kervet ore soothed, th moat 1������  refreshed and dlgeit toiv jt>IJtd.  So ������a������y to awry uirliulr -p*ck#i!  ^L_  ,-T " *"  ^Nww.waa^^aaa^.'a*'*^.*'���������a--^^^^^^  ?  artmrnammmmsm  ApiAA^iA'f-^fjt^f, ^k'gfSf^AA^AAAAW^A kA?> tM * J'-" ���������*'.,.?S. ���������'t ���������'' 'At^x^AjVkAi-^A^^  mm  HNHMBi ���������.."a...^'.*-.-*.**''���������.J^-*V,-  W-/Xi./<Xv  ?SS^!^3St*S*S*S?������^^^^^5_  THE; C]|l3SSX03I JtEYIBW:  #*���������P^ir  Mr. and MrsyFred Simister and two  daughters of Cumberland, arrived on  Sunday by auto for a visit with tbe  tatter's parents. Mr. and Mrs. W. T.  Simister.       --*-..  Creston has just rounded out three'  ���������wests pf the Sioutesi) J|ine, weather  experienced in years. On Saturday  the official thermometer stood at 98 in  the shade.  Erickfton i������nd Creston clash at baseball at-Sxhibition Park at 2.30 Sunday  sXtmXMKm. Thia is a benefit game -and  a large crowd and a good collection is  anticipated  The floosTwater season for Kootenay  River is now past and the flats over  flow   is   slowly ".receding.     "Vehicular  travel to West; Oreston should be open  i*-> a few days.' ���������  ' a  Up till the end-of the month there  had been- no resignations from the  public school staff. The teachers haye  until July _Sth to notify if they do not  intend to return.  Fob. Kknt ob Sa_k���������7-room house  on Victoria. Avenue, $10 a month,  immediate posse--*-_������-*!. Appta to M.H.  Palnier, Eh-ickson^ or to Mrs. R������ B.  Staples, CrestonZ,-  Local amd Personal  BlB_H������������������)_ June 30th, to Mr. and  Mrs. .Donald Bradley, a daughter.  ���������    Fob Saxjs���������Underwood  typewriter.  In good shape.    Enquire Review Office.  *W-ANTKi>--aS������veral acres* stumped  and ploughed.    C. Blair, Canyon. ~  Summit Creek was the rendezvous  of many of the local anglers on Dominion Day���������the first day of .fishing; iu  that stream this year..  OGILVIEGoods are dependable  a  Jmf Arrivecl!  A SKIPTvfENT OF  Brown  Leather-Soled  Canvas Shoes  for Men  Leather Toe Caps.  Rubber Heels.  Just tbe thing for hot  weather.  Mrs.-Stanley "VVatson and children  visitors with 'Oranfordiik   'friend's-. this  week.  i*OR Sale���������7 breeding ewes, also  pigs ready July 21st, $6.... Hen. Davie.  Canyon.  For Sale���������-Auto knitter, good as  new,     will    sell    right.     W.   Miller,  Bricke-m.   ������������������' .:-'  Strawberries Fok Sai.^-Su itab'e  for preserving. Scents a pound. F.  K. Smith, Creston..  For Rbnt-���������6-rootn shouse,. pen trail v  located, immediate possession. W.  K./Brown, Creston.       . " .  Fob    SAra-t-^-One ton    Ford   track,  or. wW   trade7 for   car.    C   O.  Xtittdhlio-tn, Kitchener. .  "-���������- -.<���������.".- -��������� -$&, -J- ������������������ -"' ���������-���������-     "'���������"  For SA1.K���������- Jersey c<> iv, $70. Also a  one-horse " mower, : Mrs. ,' Vaness,  (Alice Siding), Creston.  Since July 1st it is not necessary to  put the two cent revenue stamp on  cheques of i_l5 and under.  WAN*TBJ>-^-Tent, 10 rs 10j or 10 x 12,  must "be in good order,.- state price.  L. T. Leveqtie. Brick son.  Miss Carrie of the high school teach  ing staff, left on  Sunday for her home  at Nelson for the vacation.  For SAiaB���������Dandy purebred Jersey  calf, quality and quantity assured, $85  cash, come quick.    Chas. Moore.  Miss Emma Simister of -Lund brack,  Alberta, is spending a vacat ion here.,  the guest of her aunt., Mrs.. Hopwood.  Wakteo���������Small fruits, vegetables  and apples. State . varieties. Also  eggs.    McKeown   & Coulter,   Fernie,  B.C.  j 210 Bcso n s  Chas. Moore  Kaslo, and will  d������ys on mining  Slocan.  left on Monday for  he absent for several  survey   work   in   the  WATKINS'  FH   ffl^"*������ S������S������B RSI _l#     _������** mW m ErS_iwS_B Si ^^  g^jaj0 UJBBflIVtr    www m um\mw\mv H "Cr  Their popular ime i������ the  result of constant and skillfti]  vigilance over every manufacturing detail. Fifty eight years  of development and progrean  are hehind these essential food  ingredients.  ���������Almond  ���������Banana  ���������Cinnamon  ���������Lemen Extract  -���������Maple JCattraet  ���������Milted Fruit Flavor  ���������Ontnge Bxtract  ���������Pineapple  Extract  ���������Straw berry Extract  ���������Vt-mllWir. and   Oonmi*-**���������  ��������� Vanilla, Vanillin and Coum-  avin  ���������Hed Coloring  TUBE   EXTRACTS  ���������Lemon. ���������Orange.  ���������Vanill������* Vanillin  and Gottm-  nrln  V-W-. AWM    Wk     tK TJK _T_t,,~~ off   m HHi W  ���������Mi jnk uy *���������** H g i*ty  CBHB-Xft-T  Mr. and Mrs. Jim Cameron of Cran-  brock were weekend visitors with the  lfttter's purer tn here, making the trip  by auto.  Don't niiss ������������������CharlieV Aunt,*' the  greatffut connedy you ever saw. at the  Grand Tonight and Saturday, at  regular prices.  Wantkd���������Strong,  capable  gfol  for  general housework, good wages, good  onie.       Apply   Mrs.   15.   Patterson,  Cranbrook, B.C.  Mrs. 0. B. Garland left on Saturday  for Vancouver, where she will visit  with her parents and other friends for  the next two nionthn.  Fob- Bale or Tra������b~-8 month a old  Jersey bull en If, nurNi-hreri, IJ60, or will  trade for milch cow. G. Nickel.  Griffin Ranch, Creston.  Creaton took still anotnor fall out of  Kitchener at baseball at Kitchener on  Sunday   aft������*n*-c-on,   winning   by   the  c3o8������ margin of 14 to 13.  Mi&s ChrBatlDe Webb of Spokane  watt, .-fa *VTf������_3fjits������3<lj������y viiiail^it* da-tti Mra.  Haye*. ������tn route to Silver-ton for a  holiday vl*it with her pa rem to.  The Valley'*-   ntrawberry   crop   this  year will probably run to 2ft.OO0 cratoni,  and price* promine tr> be ������lightly better  lhan either of the pant two Messlons.  Misui Hn In urn ot VMnc<rtivfr, who has  \mmen a .giM-i-b or her -tinter,   itttrHt  Itierd  man. at the United  Church paraonn^e  t3io pjmt n_iD:uth, left for hoj.ie on Monday.  Frincipnls Fleming and McLeltan of  the high and public schools respectively, left on Saturday for coast points,  vi here they will spend the two month's  Sttwiuicr Tfi-aCtivlOaa,  G\ JBull, ledgerkeeper at the Bank of  Commerce, is away on the usual two  weeks* vacation, leaving on Monday  for Vernon.v Mr. Haltett of Golden -ie  here relieving him.  Misses Wade and Lax ton of the  public school teaching staff, got a way  on- Friday for the summer holidays,  at their homes at Cloverdaie and  Mission City respectively.  For SAlaB���������Ford louring car, starting and lighting system. Also 6 h.p.  Waterloo Big Chief stationary engine.  Both in first-class running order.  Ashley Cooper, Wynndel.  T. M. Edmondson on Thursday took  delivery of  one ~i.t Canada's  greatest  Ayrshire bulls from the noted herd of  E. C. Wells off SardiH.      The animal is  being k_pt at ihe Quist ranch.  Raspberries are moving in consider  .able  quantity, and   judging   by   the  orders for crates  at the Rodgert" box  factory, the winter injury has hardly  been as serious as first estimated.  Provincial *pc*H<*e H. McLaren, witb  Mrs. McLaren and family, ai*e motor  visitors to Spokane this week, leaving  on "Wednesday, where one of the boys  is having eye specialist treatment.  Miss Kelly of New Westminster  arrived on Sunday to-take the position  of stenographer at the Rodgers boy  factory.' She is a sister of G. H.  Kelly of Creston Drug & Book Store.  Posters are up for the annual school  meeting which is called for the school--  house on the evenirtg of .Saturday,  July 11, at 7 o'clockjG. Nickel has  completed his three-year term as  trnistee. '      '   " '  Rev. J. Herdnmn is now looking  after Upited Church pastoral duties by  auto, having purchased the Ford car  provincial police H. McLaren traded'  in last week at Xidgate'e for a new  Chevrolet.  The Presbyterian Ladies' Aid were  favored "with generous patronage at  their lawn tuiciul and sale of cooking  at Mrs. Hendei-sonV on Thursday  night lust. . The evonibg's cosh intake  was almost $00.  The^trawben*y season is nearing its  end and up till yesterday the shipping  of these from "Wynndel had totalled  fifteen straight cat loads,. and there  will probably be another. A year ago  for the whole season but thirteen cars  were loaded ont.  After careful investigation it appears  safe to award the early season honors  for-sweeJb' peas =fco the .Ri B Staples  garden. Several held boquets of them  about the middle of last week, but the  Staples supply started to come in as  early as June iSth.  All the baseball, fans should be out  ore Sunday afternoon for the Creston*  ~Er'ckson game, which starts at 2.30  protnpt. This is a benefit game for  Jim Dodds, who had his leg broken  wbitat playing for Creston atrKitchen-  er a few weeks ago. r  The ' sidewalk construction gang,  which was operating on the sunny side  -of Victoria Ave^Saturday had to knock  off for the afternoon due to the intense  heat. It is estimated that it was at  least 116 in the sun-, that" day���������the  FrgistfAtion in the shade being SS.  Creston L.O.L. ssnd the ' Ladies  Orange* Benevolent Association"'. are  planning a. picnic for the .-:f ter noon of  Wednesday, July 15th. at which.there  will  be speechmaklng and  other old-  time picnic features. The lodges are  also to attend divine service on Sunday  evening, July 12th;  Reports of synod and conference  were features . of Sunday evening  worship at_ Christ and the United  Churches. At the former, liev. H.  Varley dealt fully with the mora  important features of _ the . recent  sessions of -Kootenay Diocese synod,  'while at the latter Manford Samuelaon  interestingly sketched proceedings at  the final * Methodist conference at  Victoriathe latter part of May.  Creston Masons are taking considerable satisfaction of Friday's announce*  ment of the appointment of Major  Mallandaine as district deputy grand  master, for- dit-t-rict- .Halo, & .which  includes all the lodges in ESast Kootenay, with the exception" of.Golden. .In  the local lodge's quite. Ipng history he  is but the third Bssenaber to ba so  honored, previous holders of the office  a r ~. u  7|fCVl  m,~A   _>  C*TM������a1   *. M. Hesd.  ileaiink  SUNDAY> JULY 6  ORESl'ON  . 7*1*0 p.en.  SIRDAR  8 and 10.30 a.m.  CRESTON DRU9 & BOOK STORE  GEO. ABLTSKjlmY  JUNE 83 to JULY 8 ONLY .  All IQ-inch Doable-Sided 75  Victor; Records at SSc.  AU other His Master's Voice'Records  reduced 2<> cents, except. Red Seal.  .   ALL, THS LATEST RELEASES!  new PRieeis I  MOSQUITO POWDES, $1,25 lb.    KATAL STICKS, SISc box  _���������������������������  Creston Drug & Book Store, ^e-, I  __e__H*-___a_M___taw*H___M_M_an-_iB_a_aa_i___^^  e&*  K  Anyone who wishes to place their/ order for. Raspberry Crates  With: us please do so at mice as we are not heavily  stocked with Raspberry Hallock*.  CHAS. O. RODGERS  , J80X RfiAISriJI!,AO*T*CJRI_Kfc  - tt������������mmm>mmmmm)m  Crestou Women's Institute -|,,*y  meeting is scheduled for 1,h'e afternoon  of Friday, 10th, and the feature will  probably be Mre.. Cheirrlngton _ report  on the provincial conference at Victoria lant month.  Local road maintenance men state  the new balloon tires the motorists aro  adopting are harder on gravelled and  eronherl rock roiuln than the* older  makes. Thoy suck up more of the  smaller road nunterlal.  Mm. H. Lyne left on Monday for  Procter, where sha meets her daughter, JUiss Franceu, who ia on a. holiday  visit from Vitncouver, and they are  spending thia week on a visit with  Kaslo friend*, and a trip to the Larct-  fclUl.  Dominion Day passed off very  quietly. The only celebration wan the  picnic of the Prenh-fterlan Mlnstnn  Band and Standfast Club and member*.  of the congregation, who h������ul an  enjoyable outing at Olengartff Park In  the afternoon.  Village treaBurer W, O. Taylor had  quite a busy two days on Monday and  TiM-aday, which wure the final ocoji-  ���������ionij for tax p-ij-montn befftro the  putting on of tha IU per cent. levy on  overdue rflU-n. Ta.x payments thia  ya&r ujt'-t* v*- ufiE up Lo the ttiaudard of  1024.  Fruit Growers, Attentloni  We are offering you an all Pirie and'...'^prabovafoxli:'^id'.'.w<e'  supplyjorie- piece tops and bottoms unless otherwise  specified;    PRICES UPON REQUEST.  Permit us to supply your boxes.    "  Western Box & Shingle Miilsf Ltd.  P.O. Box 91. NELSON, B.C.  Ford Gars -Trucks -Tractors  &"SS"������-������S__S  "fS55  22__SE  We also handle a line of GUARANTEED SECOND  HAND USED CARS.  ff _aX^]if*i^_i'^jSit|    _iL"__    S-tt������iAfi|||"^_W,*    Jft.|f_|t___.   ^*_.__!C_aM__l__:J_M%__^  with a full line of Car Parts and Accessories,     s  iSjSffi^L_.  bj������S������_3 _^ SI    tSS���������%    ^& ss t&  ^^^Wfflk   ^^^      ^S^B     ^RjS    ^B^^^a  R. S. 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