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 ���������������������������~������������������^������������������^a  X  XVII.  C&ESTO&;3KX& miJ^L^, .AtJGUST -14,  .-*a *J*  /v  41 Forest Fires  Reported to Date  A total of 41 forest sires were report-  ed in the Creston ares- for the month  of Mayv June sad July, according to  the records of assistant., forester. Jaa-  Tirana      ������,tk~  V7_-a   ___.lL._,_______n.t fc*      t-lmn.  laniJtnM.  ������... j,   nuu uaio ������>uiu|io*v>     vuv vastiavwiji  with-two assistants, ones, of whom is at  Kitchener aud the other at West  Oreston.  , Fires reported is. May aggregated  eight, but they were mostly of a minor  sort and no expense' was .entailed, in  i&hting-thenu In June there . was  another group of eight reported, and  of these bnt one required hired help to  get it under control.. This blaze was  on the Goat River bottom, and while  it** nnffin h****   been  nfftntntiir  <?1���������_aiffj-g_ri  as unknown, every indication pointed  to it having - originated front the  thoughtless throwing away_"of a cigarette butt by some fisherman.  _ V- - s -  UiTtring July 25 fitrep were reported,  and of-these Mr.-Jory reports 19 as  being serious, 13 being due to lightning, six from unextinguished * camp  fires and sis: from unknown causes; - S  at those caused by lightning are an the.  """est CrSStOis district sad on* ��������� which  aboutr46 ' naejn undergpatrolman Alf.  Paliner have" been working successfully foi about three weeks in an effort  to keep them from getting into merchantable -timber lower down tbe  mountainside. *.  Two other serious   blazes  were  en*  ^***e-|-__���������"__���������#*_-__-_���������*_*"_   _**-**.   #___--_  _T%*fenl*ii-ni*'-t*- <-&_&_��������������� 5__f������*������~* h_������ki>#  iwm- m wnt*������.~***W    *i-������     ���������W������.    ��������� T- 1 *f" ��������� *"     ��������������������� *���������*#���������������*���������������*   *������������*_->M  month, the first one about two miles  noith of that town which was followed  __>������." "_at Sl������_p%������t-T--������1.f_-.K_������4 hlnm wm������ _[saQS  ������������������*       ���������     ���������wn������������������������������������o ������������������        ���������...������������������       ������������������.        _..������_.._.  mountain which connected up with  the one near KStcbener, the combined  coniSag__*stsonsr .requiring 80 men part  of tlte time to hold it -in check, and  -ne^^-itatlttse th������3" ^^la^^og^ow-ai  Vancouver, going and   returning  ^ria_l  Spckane.  ilfa and Mrs. v F. *W. Stockley and  son of Seattle, Wash., were visitors  here last week guests of Mr. Stockist's  _!������__?__*..     ___������r_?_.    "SB.    "e"_7*       Vllnnoncmtil,  -"-^'.��������� ��������� as     *waa_.c    ._���������__.      t, a.   .    ___sacaa_.aaaBaM.ua  Mr. and Mrs. L. Wickstrom and son,  V^auta-a  "s!3-.J-;ftj_P)  ...m.....^.  ai������COVWC|  with the former,   parents,   Msy,. and  wa.SrS<a   jcm.     mm lCaa.Su!"-0������5i iSaia ^nrSSa..  New automobiles axe making their  appeararice at Sriokson wiCn surprising frequency. The latest to/come out  io 1925 models are E, Cartwright* who  Isaacs {net*   _ n Ir j-ehfr-tT ^jt.1ER*_a������A������   _-������-# ���������*  f^lkAv-^.lAft  from the X-idgate garage, and L. T.  leveque, who has traded iri bis Dodge  for a new Ford touring at the Bevan  garage.  Sel_O0rLPi,-stei���������ts?  weekend visitor at  parents,   Mr.   and  -jMrs. Heap was a  Oreston -with   her  Mrs. Simister.  ^SSfssJB. Simister of Lurabreck, Alta.,  who has spent the past two weeks with  heir aunt, Mrs. Whiteside, returned to  her home on Saturday.  "Mrs. ~_Loasby was h weekend visitor  with Cranbrook friends.  .Mrs. Jones of  Kuskanook' spent  a  fpw days at Nelson th'a .week, ret un  ing on Wednesday.  -Victor aud Jack Grundy andDnniin-  ic^Pascuas-O went to Twin Bay on  Monday, where' they will be   in   camp  fop two. weeks.  Tbe survey crew on the Knsksrionk-  Roswell road is now working beyond  Twin Bay ahd are making headquarters at Boswell. - Messrs. Neil and Jan*  een,,wno were helping with "the work  have quEt in' order .to take   care  of  ..���������'v.- ���������  There -was al representative turnout  of directors at the meeting of the fall  fttsr- executive on -rdssssay night Sast Ut  which the prize. listens submitted by  th** lutmtrmfct&ti in ehst"*��������������� w**** Ai?o*->t_-Vt  with a few minor amendments, and a  vote of approximate^ $500 was passed  to Sake ease* of tho^szaadsat the 2925  exhibition. \ X-  - 5Kj������s notable addi^on to the. list of  premiums is that fojrja school districts-  display for which President F. H.  Jackson is offering a shield, which  must be won twice./hefote becoming  the permanent property of any school.  It Is to go to tha school making -the  best showing of a collection of fruit,  vegetables and cereals, with flowers  allowed for. decoction, and. the  attractiveness of tSJ-^-KspIay to-count  in awarding the prise. In addition to  sas ssi������e������u tuc_re - wiii **6 three cash.:  prizes, and the only stipulation is that  the products displayed must have been  producfl within? the boundary of the  school displaying thosanie.  In _|he poultry clas*** it was decided  to'confine tbe display of the ueuag  breeds to utility -bir^s, and to add te  section for' exhibition birds in which  any - variety ' rimy -> 6e shown. There  will also be_psiaes -foap the best pen of  exhibition birdsof any variety.  The president. na#ed D. T- Scrisa.  geoar,-������. &.���������Hayeefsnd C. W. Allan'  a special --Kimnaittee-- U> arrange. the  atfirsstioas tar tho'final two days of  the faiv\ the directors favoring school  snorts on atreactensive scale. For the  afternoon of October, 1st it - is hoped  the Creston ti-nstees^x-iJl arrange fova  held day at the jfair %ron-id������ for-both  the highland puttlic ecii^Ki3ccc&-Olart- the  ing the ferioge and approaches at Kid  Creek, Considerable damage was  done to it in the May floods and new  cribbing is being put in.  The baseball club is having a dance  In Hunt's Hail on Saturday night,  15th inst.  Miss'Clara Hunt ie a Cranbrook  visitor this week, where she is the  guest of Miss Helen Hei*e.  An unusually large number of tourists are campim*; in and around  Kitchener.  Fernie Free Press;   Speaking ofthe  prospec* sofa steel industry for Fernie  Hon. Div King   was  of   the  opinion  that should the promoters desire any  assistance from   the government they  would receive every consideration -at  Ottawa as the Mackenzie King govern*  metvf. w_*������ nfMafoted ������*> footer ihe natu*-*!  resonrces of the country in every possible way.   Dr. King was   thoroughly  of the opinion that there .was a mountain of-iron ore iri the ~ Kitchener  dis  t'-icfe which only awaited enter pi ise of  the necessary capital.  l������Day Pheasant  is Asked  aOSftSEI?  .* 'BasfeherB are --^Jrasny ..^tsui4a*9g  second, /crop uf alfalfa.. Due to  ratjher^.y weatReryexperienctMi  crop is. lighter than the. first cut.  xne  tbe  the  MisV Muriel _^������bderir who has b**en  with her *noth*r-f?*^Jiei-eV" for a. two  riiontos holiday.^ left an Wedoesday  last foe Vancouver, to resume her  former position as nurse sss tisat slty.  Mervyn-Williams left on Friday for  Nelson, for a visit, and will be a guest)  of hits old friend, Jas. Miltoy.- 1  Creston's renown as & bass Ushisg  centre is travelling far afield. At the  August session of the Hog arid Gun  Club a letter .was received from the  Sdssostos^ Alts.. Club asking the  help of the local fishermen to secure a  supply of black bass fry to stock a lake  near the Aibert&^apitaL The Edmonton club is sending in the necessary  containers %nd a usan. and *������erii������t5sto____.  has been obtained from Victoria to  take ' the fry. Fishery inspector  Robinson has been communicated with  as to the date lie will be here to super,  vise the taking of the young bass, and  Creston will lend a hand with the  one*%tIo**!-3=  A lettes* ffrosn the Game Conserva-'  tion Board asking for proposed asnend-  ns"**uts to the iiraa open reason regulations resulted in the local eluh a_B*������n^  for one day's open shoot of pheasants,  mate birds only, and a bag limit of  three. A^grouse season from October  1st'to 31st as asked, and the deer -regulations are asked to be changed so as  to permit of the kill of does, the club  members reporting sl������m females |������ thig  section almost as rinnaerou? as the  bucks. The bag limit is to remain at  two. Crsinbrook Chlb will be written  tX' asking them to endorse this request.  . The secretary will' also write Indian  agent, EL H.. Small at Ca-anbrook, asking for a map of-Use local reserve,  -nrbich will show what new lands, if  any, have been added io the Eoeai  reserve. A letter has . also bee������ forwarded the Neis-m club as to v?hat  new  developments  there are  in  the  ranch 9pe^ations,  Continental and:Sa^ &y|^_������or mills to fwflre Creston 'visitors vttt Tue^ssr. a_id= *  Supply -the needed f^reSg&terSr  '       " v[u!u fNoikCii������ndJ Jibr Pascnsab    were  Up to, the ps-esent Iffr. Jory says the  loss of ^nerchantable .timber is practically nil. "i^faeie dutnage has been  done to stands of timber if logging is  undertaken this season there will be  no loss.  About twenty men are still at work  on a blasge nt- Border Xwkcv whsch ie  reached from the Klockman trail, and  is about 10 miles from Porthili, Idaho,  The fire Is inaccessible and the efforts  of the firemen, are 'directed toward  confining it to an ares- where .no damage can resnlt.  Auto tourists are lending much-help  in connection with fires this year, one  of these breaking into the cookhouee  at the Putnam, Palmer Hz Staples saw-  ���������mill, beyond Arrow Creek; in order to  get palls to estinguish a blaze that  waa just getting under way ne������r a  wooden bridge in thut section.  busiriess callers' between train&atthe.  nietropol*j* on Monday. *.-."-_,. ~  Mo&t of the ' promins-nt. cifjisssas of  Creston - were Sunday transients  through Sirdar en route to Kuskanook  for the day. Auto tourist truffle east  bound is lighter than .usual this  ractdt**-. ^>  'Arthur North had theT bad luck to  lose his ranch horse on Saturday. He  had the animal tethered-out in the  orchard and it would look as if the  horse had lain d������������wsi-..for a roll on a  slope at the extreme length of the rope  arid getting in a" poBition it could not  roll Itself ont of it choked tn death.  sen^ of aa^ail-ir-- event* -wB^feyiWill her  st^j5ejjt_,;sfty*t!s,ys������berI "s^Kwas^iai;  Valley by the  atlrsidao-n-- _om_-������itfi*>Q.  prior*" to 4 he fair.   Along* witb   the  athletic features.will" lik--iy   he. baseball games 'both afternoons by'school  teanus.|f these can be got together.  .. "Ttii" past season has witnessed con  sidet-abl&rivalry at baseball as between  Lister, Canyon, Eriekson and Creston,  and if it can be- done* the sports committee will extend this s-t*ational rival  ry in other athletic features; witb tho  idea of  having  the   annual   fair   the  scene of   the  yearly   Valley  school  championship sports..  W. V. Jackson left on Sunday on a  a business visit \ to Bast Kootenay  points* and will also be visiting .the  Okririkgnn in the interests of the B.C.  Nurseries Company before returning.  Another car of oil is expected In any  day now arid it will likely be sufficient  to give all the hard surface road in the  district a needed coat of oil.   ,  Walter lx>ng motored In from Crrin  h*'Ook>^.B^������--iil Ih*** *-*"e������**������jt>n*l ������--ll,h M-  pttrents, Mr. and Mrs. Hi J. Lohg.  Eric Wood of the same town accompanied hirii.  Miss Ferguson of Midway has "been  a-*aurcd -^ri,'.&&&-on tUi.c vsoxl: off t*ihc!acr  in Division SI of the Eriekson school,.  ������.nd comes well recommended for the  position.  Mr* kud Mrs. Geo. Hobden ami Mr.  and Mrs. Percy Boffey got away at  the first of the week for a ten day  DAmping vacation nt Corn Creek.  The contract for painting -the exterior of the Eriekson school has been  awarded Joe Qtluson, who is busy rib  the workr and will have the Job done  In advance of school opening*  W* It, Long le spending a few days  with friends in Cranbrook'(this week.  ily got, hakk on Sunday from a' thww*  weeke* motor h-olidajr   trip  ae   far  am  Mr. and Mrs. Meiklejohn of Ward-  ner are vtsi tors here at present, guests  of Mr. and Mrs. SamuclQon.  Any surplus labor there is at Canyon luurbeen called, out to help with  forest fli-u^ghting at Corn d-*eek.  M*s. arid Misei Lily Cook are NelBojn  visitors this week, guests of Mrs:  Wethei head.  Phonse% Huygens, witb Mrs. Vm.-  Ackeran and Mrs. VanAckerari, sr.,  were Nelson visitors a couple of daye  at the end of the week.  Mr. and Mrs. F. Pepperdine of Calgary, who are on tlieir wedd Ing trip  to. B.C. points, are guests of Mr. and  Wire. Jim jbateman at present.  Tbe funeral of the late Mrs. John  Johnson took place on Thursday afternoon last to Creston cemetery, arid  was largely attended. Messrs. A.  Wickholiu, Eric OlM_n������ F. Rosen, A,  J). Pochin, F. Knott nod Al ."Berggren  officiating as pallbearers and Rev. J.  A. James conducting the burial services. Deoeased wiih. In her 81st year,  and was a native of Sweden, coming  to Canyon lip 1010 where she has since  resided with her son. Otto. and.later  with her daughter, Mrs. Samueloon.  Since her husbund's death nearly two  years ago she has been -unable to lea-ve  her bed, but on t^e morning of her  death the appealed in bettor eplrito  than usual. In their boreauoment the  three children. Otto and John Johnson  and Mrs,. Hamuclcnn, arid nine grand  ->V>i1������*trv-w> iklt |N������#a>������,-(������ia������-i^   m.*j CS-tsyoSI1     h-**-V"������  the very sincere  sympathy  of  many  f rienda,  Mit38 MUlerof Cianbrouk is a visitor  here for a few weeks, the guest of Miss  Mildred Andeen.  Mrs: E. McOonegal, w ith her guest.  Miss McGonegal of Vancouver, are  spending a few days witb Oiiir-brook  friends. *  Mr- and Mrs, Porter, who have been  living at the Sush <& Door, have  returned to Webb, Sask.. where they  will make their home in future.  O. Hendren has a ctow of naen repaiiv  'John Bird,-Jr., left at tbe first of the  week for������' short holiday visit with  Mr. ;nod Mrs. Vine Liddicoatt at  *0fetiri������3frOoiiK - -" 7 *.. * -"-" ���������-   *- - -'-v-  " 7AH the av������i!ahl~ ^*^rites.arecaWay.  fla-e Sgbting, moetof tfrexu inlheWi-st  Ci eston section* * "T ^!  ���������T-*  **      ^*- ���������.-- -  ���������< , Frank' TherkelS, trhn ba������ been visiting Jtsid friends at Xaister, left' at thi  end of the week on his.return to Kim-  berley. - "]  Miss Effie 14ttlejohn nf Eiickson is  a visitor here at present, the-guest of  Miss Francei- Malthouse.   *  Mrs.   Hunnington   and   son, John,  "Who have been stopping at the C. S3.  Phillips ranch.. left a few days ago for  Drake, Sask., where Mr. Hannington  Ih in charge of the public school.  Andy Sinclair is busy nt present  extracting the honey from about two  dozen hives of his own bees, and will  then give the same attention to about  twenty hives on* the Jos. W. Be|l  place. We understand the yield of  honey "squill up to the average.  Mrs. Geo. Huscroft and daughter,  Mabel, of Avoir Park, P'oridu, were  vl&Hort*- lust week with Jim rind John  Hriscroft. Up till about six years ago  the ladies were residents of Creaton  and qui to well known here,, where  they have been welcome guests.  situation affecting the proposed establishment of game ..'bird saneturay on  the fists fronting on Creston village^   "jawaepi^  ;^ri^'^"������������ie.;"tG-',  tri*^Jwil_h;bla^  tinue to BJiuiiiply in the SooSenay am%  the baca bend," the average catach this  yea^ffiomij.^^    men tin: |he;. size.%��������� 1 -ky A^-ik y.'.-.  iS^SJS  l"In_K  zm ���������  11  All my land and neraonal propojrty  Inoludlns. '-  Offloe and tMJUBo'famltttMi.  unrat) fl-jorn-oof Mifo.  ]|������Mtn He ItlBoh boat make piano.  AboiSt 381 foot plAto tttOOB.  Automobll(_  Jjtaahor and sunrtr*" antloloB.  Good tonnia on  Oreston Imptovoil,  denoe lota  hnabieas nn&  and.  rcsl-  Now lathe tlmo to Invent Just aathe  frioadiy |uatdn<*������ ������ui������uJ tu-o .viMvitimts  _.    -n��������� ts^-t. jriats rooUunatlnn,  ooteiao pow������r, ami ������h*������  '""        which  tor th������ KwiKmm*  ������<iat������Uv������ir li^HCkti  Iran Aopiwltaof "troitv MoantAlti������  v, -Ul b������lonjg*4j������ C������*U-a������l"ji������LiriDH, -  ' I orit moylmr owlnj*r to Ul h������a3th.  ........ ; , -      ,'���������;���������;._...":���������.���������'���������;,������������������ ' '.-  Rl        mm.   WLMmf^wm^t^W*'  m   H ������^fl^a-_ _CB n_i Ji  Card of Thanks  Mr. and Mrs. A. O, Samuelson, Mr.  arid Mrs. John Johnson and Otto John-  eon Wish to express their appreciation  has been extended during their latest  bereavement.! i They also wish to  thank nil the /^friends for the tnaiiy  floral tribute*! bestowed upon the  departed one.  WMUtM  For tlio flag day at Kirnlveriey  ou August 4th 3000 toe cream  ooniOfl, 1680 bottlen of -pop, 1R00  Imno. 100 poutida of pea.mit������, 100  poundlB of -oaridy arid 1500 ohooolat--  bas^ywere given fr^e to- tha children  ���������ol fc���������-_i 'towta who pis.'ftfeS*pe!^*3. In ike  otterciaea. t '. 1t  Duo to oonatdtftrabltti adverse  oritioiBm of tlio ajto uclocted by the  ooundl for Tra-ES'-a new hospital,  it- Iii now more tlian likely the  Smelter anthoritioa will build it on  tho hill far enougn away from tbo  Mri-.i->*lil-i-������ir to "ftiRfwti -nil tb"* Tioia**!- -*.������������������".'  otlhorobicotionablo fcatorea of unch  % looklioai.  Miss^Bva'Webster, niirse in training  at the General Hospital? Vancouver, is  home en two weeks' vacation -With her  parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Webster.  Dick Smith is working at Kitchener  at present, on the bridge, eiew Con-  tracUir Hendren. of Creston has at  work at Kid. Creek.  Land clearing is in frill awing on n  few of the Alice Siding ranches,  Messrs. Kelly and Marshall being  amongst those who are enlarging their  ae^������-������������������_ze*  O. C Thompson of Kimberiey and  some others who are interested in tbe  Alice mine, were here on Sunday on a  ���������visit'to the property <w!hes*, we' hear,  two shifts are now at work.  The Snnday school attendance is  running around the thirty niark, and  this Sunday arrangementa aie to be  made for the annual plonic  The Barber family on the A. K.  Cross place at Lake view,- are losing  consideiahte poultry through the fre-  i������i������ent Snvi������t-**.r.*ii*" of the poultar" house-  by coyotes, which appear more nuu  erous than usual at present.  Tomato shipments from Alice Siding  ranches are heavier this year than for  the' past two seasons. - UL Stewart is  getting fine returns from������*ibout 1600  plants in cultivation.  The emokfl or some other cause as  yet undiscovered Is making lhe bass  fishing poor, some anglers who tried  out their luck on Sunday getting none  at all.  Mre. Webster, with ���������Qvarea, Arthur  and Hstry������ left at the fteelof the week  for a few days camping at Boswell.  Mra. Vanc-io has comploted tlie  installation of the irrigation system  <tm the ranch, getting the water from  the channel with a main carrying line  of Mlm#w*4"    HOfl f������N->L.     A 3". li.tii".    ;������*������*t4_li������-.������*-  engine does the pumping very  oatln-  f-ctorily.  '^.ii&\  4 1  ssmmmessssE  5EBS  mWm  _������������������*���������-*_ "���������*������������������"-**"������������������ *-f-*f*r ���������  r     *���������  ���������WBiiBaigg'i  tmti*wmmm*,  mmm TJ_J3   REVIEW   OSESTOIT,  {T M%pmanee_ qfj^e^SPa^{^^Jtf^^k9^f^'  *r^-fiiS\ ���������_*__)____. _M__a_ jbsi tssam.aa ������*___n____i *____>   ____~_i____������r_i___c____.f ��������� ___J  'C������"  RAFAEL^SABATINI  Copyrighted. (922. fey RaT**! S������n������*iria  <JCAPTA!N BLOOD," e.Vttasr������pli>iet������r������'*'itb^jr W������??i K������n!$s^>  m* ih* title role. It atf adaptjkties of thia llirilliag jm������������������&J  *"    CHAPTER   XXII.��������� (Continued)  Blood -would lia* flipped out o' Port  Royal again that same night. But  that hound Bishop had passed the  ���������word, and the fort kept a sharp  lookout. In the end, though it took  a fortnight, Blood bubbled him. He-  sent mo and most o' the men off is^  a frigate Ihat I bought for the voyage.  His game���������as he'd secretly told me���������  was to* follow and give chase. Whether that's the game- he played or not  I can't tell ye; but here he is afore me  as I'd expected lie would be."  Having delivered himself of his decoction of fact and falsehood, and  thereby added one more to the exploits or Peter Blood, he enquired  where ' the Captain might be found.  Being informed that he kept his ship,  Wolverstone stepped Into a boat and  went aboard, to report himself, sis he  put it.  In the great cabin of the Arabella  he found Peter Blood alone and  very far gone in drink���������a condition in  which no man ever before remembered to have seen him. -A.*- "Wolverstone -came in, the Captain raised  bloodshot eyes to consider him. A  moment they sharpened in t"ieir_jgaze  as he brought his visitor into focus-  Then he laughed, a loose, idotic laugh,*  that yet somehow was half a sneer.  "My God, Peter, what's this?"  "Rum,"   said   Peter.       "Rum,   from  Jarmaica."  "I'm asking you what  haw-led.  "Rum," sjiid Captain  and smiled. f "Jus' rum.  your    questions.      Why  was not dicing or drinking in the taverns of Tortuga, keeping company  that In his saner days lie had loathed, he was shut up in his cabin aboard  the Arabella, alone and uncommunicative. His friends at Government  House, bewildered at this change in  him, sought to reclaim him. Mademoiselle d'Ogeron, particularly dis-,.  ���������tressed, sent him almost daily invitations, to few of which he responded.  Sometimes Blood asked himself whs-  he had come back to Tortuga at all.  He was degenerating visibly, under  the* eyes of all. He allowed a black  beard to grow* on cheeks that had ever  been so carefully shaven; ami the long  mmm  U:' 'AAAAAfAp<3:;&~AyiA-.AAyJ  thick black hair, once so sedulously  curled, hung, now in a lank, untidy  mane. Wol*-erstone, the only one who  held the clue to this degeneration,  ventured once to beard him frankly  about it.  b     ������|i  I        H fin.  ill  ails, you?" he  mine:  Watcher  Blood,   again,  I answer all  donjerr an-  gomerdo   wi'  swer  ine?"  "I've    done    it,"  said Wolverstone.  "Thank God, ye had the sense to hold  your tongue till I came.     Are ye sober  enough to understand, me?"  "Drunk     or     sober,  alius .'tiers tand  you." .   --   .  "Then, listen."      And out came the  *.,.-,*     .a.._~a-     l-tr/vl, .....r.4 _....,     V,_^.-_-  f^1_^--        rP*.___  Laic    lUatl      ������V uaitiinuuc    J.KI-U .-lY*\4f        ���������* .���������������'-  Captain steadied himselt* to grasp  It. ' '"'  "It'll do as well asertruth." said he,  when Wolverstone had finished.  "Ye're maudlin," Wolverstone  growled. "We'll talk again tomorrow."  They did; but to little purpose, either that day or on a-ny other day thereafter' while the rains���������which set in  that night���������endured. Soon , the  shrewd   Wolverstone   discovered   that  yOur  men,-,to one-tenth  share  in all  prizes taken."  "I will consult my officers," said.  Biood. They came -and the matter  was laid befre them by M. tie Cussy  himself. , Yberville, the'young French,  filibuster, had the honor lo point out  to M. de Cussy that the share offered  was too "small. For one-fifth of the  prizes,"the officers would answer for  their men; not for less. This M. tie  Gussy finally conceded, and t���������e ""arti-  cles were drawn up and signed that  very day. The buccaneers were to  be at Petit Goavc by the end of Janu-  aiT, when M. de Riviarol had announced that he might be expected.  "Lord Peter!  no end to this?"  Is there never to be  the giant drowlcd.  "���������'T.a"i!'r_     T>a_aJ-_-_������-* Tc,   J-l-__r.-_.f_.  T.������\rpt-  -4m.  V,#*  no end to this?" the giant had growled. . "Will you spend your days moping and���������swilling 'cause a white-faced  ninny in Port Royal 'li have hone o'  ye? 'Sblood and 'Ounds! If ye  want the wench, why the plague does  not-ye go and fetch her?"  "If there's no other expedition '11  tempt' you, why not Port Royaf?  There's enough plunder in tlie town  to tempt the. lads, and there's the  wench for you.      Shall I sound them'  rum was not what ailed Blood.    There! on't?"  was a canker eating at his heart." and  the Old WolC knew enough to make a  shrewd guess of its nature. He cursed all things that daggled petticoats,  and, knowing his world, waited I'or the  sickness to puss.  But. it   did  not  pass.      When Blood  A WOMAN'S  SUFFERING  Relieved by Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound  f Verdun, Montreal, Quebec. ��������� "lam  nnc of thousands who have taken Lydia  E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound and  1 have great faith in it. 3 can safely  nay it has relieved my trouble** and I  Bhall never be without a bottle of it in  my houfie. Since my last baby was  horn r suffered from pains and backache  and would feel ho tired I could not do  anything in my home. Since I have  bi-en takintf-the Vegetable Compound  and Lydia K. Pink ham's Blood Medicine  I feol ao different,. I recommend it to  all my friend* and hope it will cure other  womfn who are KuiT-wriiiK from Liie troubles I had."-Mrs. Tiios. U. Garonkk,  H.*1 Evelyn Street, Verdun, Montreal,  i'uebee.  Lydia E. Pink ham's Vegetable Compound i.s a tic-|'j<'ru_laJ.)e medicine for the  new mother. It. is prepared from r.oot������  and herbs, contain-" no harmful drugs  and arm be taken by the nursing mother.  ItH worth in roj'torin-r the mother'to  normal health ari'i Htr*-"i-*llri is toJ������iuKo-iri  [.ml -ttKain in ju.tt ^.uch Icttera art 'Mri",  Gardner writes.  A recent canvas's of wortwri twer*. of  the Vegetable Com pound -ehowii. that  itH out. of ��������������� very 10(1 women taking th*  medif-inc are 'henefiti-d by it. They  writ-! and tell ua ao. Such evidence cn-  litlcH UM to call it a dup-'iidal-re medic ine  for women.    Jt ia for Kale hy druggista  ��������� ��������� >  af"  *v.  ir.Mu  Blood was on his feet, his eyes blazing, his livid face distorted. "Ye'll  leave my cabin this minute, so ye will,  or, by heaven, it's your corpse'll be  carried out of it. Ye mangs* hound,  d' ye dare come to nie with such proposals?"  But, at last, as his buccaneers were  growing desperate, something happened, brought about by the captain's  friend, Mj d'Ogeron. One sunny morning the governor oC Tortuga came  aboard .the Arabella, accompanied by  a chubby little gentleman, amiable of  countenance, amiable " and self-sutll-  clent of manner.  "My captain," M. d'Ogeron delivered  himself, "I bring you M. de Cussy, the  Governor of French Hlf-pnnlola; who  doslrei* a word with you."  "Yon have a good force here under  your command, my caplaiu," said "M,  de Gunny. "Some eight hundred men.  I unrk-riMand they grow reHtive."  "I am speaking ofllelally, my captain. Tins re Ih vvi'i' between France  and Spain in Europe. II: is tho intention of France- that thin war ahull  bo carried Into the New World, A  Meet 3s coming out, from. I.reKl, tin (hi  lite ctjiuijiaiitl ol M. Ju lS__J7.ii ilt' lilviuijl  ['or Hint purpoHO, l liftve lo Iters' from  him desiring ran to equip u BU|������|ile-  nu-ninry H-'inidrnn nntl i'aln<> a body of  i.ot leuM thai* it iliou.santi men lo ri'ii-  forctf him on bin tirtivnl. What I  have come lo pi'opoHO to you, my e-i|i-  taii>, at tlm* HtiKKt'Hlh-tn of our Kotai j  .i.'-jjtl, M, i,"itwvun, in, tu biJel, thai, i  >mi ���������'������roll : mti' Hlilta-H ami your force"  under M. de lllniiitd'n  llutf."  "Vou are otferltiK In taltu u������ Imlo  il.e l-'rerifh hen-Ice?''* h*- tii-Uefl, "On  whjii. U'I'uik, MoriHleur?"  "With tin- rank of f*a|illaine ileV;tl>*-  ������t-ti������  for  youi'Hflf ami j-ultuble .ratiUn  t'r,r ������ht- ofH*'<-i>. w������-rv Imi* inivnU'i- i<m,  A'oil  win  enjoy   "lie  pay of Ihat  nmls,  arifl  i.uiil      will      Im;      t-iiiii B.-nli.   luKethiT   V. i'lU  CHAPTER XXIIt.  M. de Rivarol  Captaiit Blooti was in a. disgruntled,  jmood. wlien he sailed from Tortuga,  and still in that mood when he came  to his moorings in the bay of .Petit  Goave. , In that same mood ..he ���������.greet--'  ed,.MIe Baron tie Rivarol when this  nobleman, with his lleet of five men-of-  war at last dropped anchor alongside  the buccaneer ships.  Summoned to watt on'hint,, Captain  BiOod repaired to the Castle of Petit  Goave, where the interview was to  take place. The baron, a tall, hawk-  faced man of-forty,'very cold and. distant c^f mannr-iy measured Captain  Blood with an eye of obvious disapproval. Of Hagthorpe, Yberville and  Wolverstone, who stood ranged behind  their captain, he took no heed whatever. M. tie Cussy .offered Captain  Blood a chair.  "A moment, M. de Cussy. I do not  think M.Ie Baron has observed that I  am not; alone. tet .me present to  you,' - sir, iny companions?-: Captain  Hagthorpe \of tl^e Eiliaa,beth, Capta;in  Wolverstone* of;the Atropos and Captain Yberville Of the Laachesis." '"���������...  The baron stared hard and: haughtily at Captain Blood. His manner  Implied plainly that he despised them,  and that he desired them at once to  understand it. It had a curious effect upon Captain Blobd.^ylt awoke  the devil.in liim, and'it-awoke, at the  same tlnie, his. selfrVeapec't', which of  late had been slumbering. Aysudden  shame'of hjs disordered, ill-kempt appearance im.de hini perhaps thie more  defiant. He ;-waved his captains to  the chairs that stood about."  "Draw up to the table, lads. We  are keeping the baron waiting."  They obeyed him, Wolverstone with  a grin that was,full of understanding.  Haughtier grew the'stave of M. de  Rivarol. He did the only thing remaining to mark a distinction between  himself and them. He put on hla ha,t.  "Ye're very wise now," said Blood  amiably. ' "I fee! the draught myself."  Antl he covered himself with his plumed castor. *'��������� Shall we come to business?"  (To he continued)  Hew York's Mystery Chinese  Ancient  Oriental   Has   Not Left  Shop  For Thirty Years --  There is' an old''Chinese-in Pe-ll  "Street, New-York, who sits in* his little shop window from noon until  Chinatown's" closing time. "He seems  carven���������an expressionless Buddha  with unwinking eyes. ' He is said' to  be past 90.  In . all the thirty yearsyhe. has been  down there he has never been known  to leave his shop. He knows nothing of the- New York about him. His  world is encompassed in what he sees  w-hile perched upon his stool. He  has a white wife who is seen now and  them.  He takes no interest in disposing of  the wares ou his shelf, dried shark's  fins, water lily hour, n������4ts, punk sticks  and packages of tea. The story goes  that he Is a human tieviL chaser and-  that superstitious Chinese pay him  fees to keep evil spirits away from  them;  A writer says: I visited his shop  while in the quarter to talk to him.  But he would not talk, and was annoyed, and in his piping voice said: "You  no buy, go away! No talkee." I  went over to see llong I_.ee, the printr  er, who often tells of Chinatown characters. But he" refused to discusis  this ������ncient. - -  At the mention of hfs name Chinatown closes i'ii.  Ifeiir Grocer  Free S������cipe Book���������  "Write the Borden Co. '  ���������T. .. a.-*.  Old Mariner Plans  .   Lonely Sea Voyage I'ins Manitoba  Winnipeg   Conventions  1925   - Will     Be    the     Biggesf   Year  Experienced    for    Tourist    and  Convention Parties  From   present indications  1925 will  be the biggest year that Manitoba has  ever experienced in regard to tourists  anti 'convention parties.     Already She  Woodmen   of   the   World,   American  "Legion,   Architects and  Engineers'-oC  Minnesota Societies and the .Ganadian  Bre-ad  and  Cake Bakers'  Assoclai ion  have signified lheii%intention: of vlsit-  and  more  particularly  Winnipeg, during the coining suThmer.  Veteran  of  Royal  IVavy Will  Attempt  Perilous .'Journey  Commander Eustace B. Maude, 77  years, old and long retired from the  royal navy, is going to sea again, this  time in a 25-fopt dory-type sloop in  which he plans to sail from Vancouver  to Victoria, to England by way of the  Panama Canal.  "I expect to enjoy myself very  much," said the veteran mariner. "It  ���������wiii be a long voyage, but it.should be  pleasant. ���������. ��������� I have provisions for iOv  day^ and a complete edition Of Shalves-  peare-'s works, so I will get along very.  .Well.".'.:..':: "; ' 7  . Despite Ji Is ,age and the disaster  that has overcome many.of those who  in tlie past have undertaken similar  feats* Commander Maude. regat-^S liis  plans in a matter-of-fact way and  seems to think them not at all extraordinary. He will land only once  during the long voyage, at Panama,  ���������and during pa-aciically the rest of tho  Journey he will be out of sight of lanti.  He intends to make his course with  the use of his nautical instruments.  He has dug them but of his sea chest  ahd burnished thenx anew. He has  a good sea anchor and will use.il; when  he wants a spell below in bad weather. His vessel Is a proven sea-boat,  staunch, well-found and equipped with  a five horsepower gas engine, although  the commander hopes to cover the,entire journey by sail. Besides provisions, he ia taking 50 gallons of fresh  water and 50 gallons of gasoline..    .  Our  Thoughtless  Waste  Fiah Is Wire Cutter  Wire cutting fish have heen discovered by an expeditionary parly along  tho Amazon. Although this UhIl it-  only a foot long the strength of its  jaws and the HUiurpm-HB ol'. its l.eolh en-  '-iible it to sever small copper cable  with ease. Th������ name of thi a wire  cutfor >s tlio Plranyhn.  Winnlpeo'O Population  Winnipeg's pouulallon. now loltils  105.11H. according to lhe annuii.1, report of the,city asneHsoi*. * Thin tioea  not, Inoludo Greater Winnipeg, which  luiR with the city proper, u-populrtilon  of approxhnntely 2������5,000.  <mr\ ��������� t      a  * "*l  First Aid  Ui ea..-.- of pqt'alnrt, brulsoR and  I'.illannsKillcm. sipply Mlnnr-d'c at  once. It " proven Lb coinplit'a-  lloni-, Boothen nnd henlM.  MM  Article  In C.N.R.  Magaxine Could   Be  Applied to Any Business    .  , The Canadian National Railways  Magazine, in an effort to assist the  management of, tho road in its efforts to effect economies, with a view  to impressing the* tisera, of luvpev clips  gives the appended bit of satire:  "One hundred thousand paper clips  are used for: .Lingerie- clasps, 7,160;  bobbed hair holders, J 0,801; pipe  etcaners, 5,1*13*. emergency garter  cBaf>p,s, 802; car reamers, 5,534; lamp  shade holders, :IJ)2; shirt sleeve adjusters, 4,183;,., Ford repair parts, D,80Sj  tooth picks, 9,021; bachelor buttons.  7,200; cuff Units, 5,302; poker ehlp*-,  10,4-ia; olive .-.lubbers,'426; Bverahni'!*  pencil repair kit, 7,"I2I; toys" to uh������  while felephonhig, *14,l<i!l; holding  papera log.?1her, 28. Total "1.00,000.  Tlila apt lUu.'-tvatlon. of 1 houghlk-'iH  woBtft Is appHenhle to 1,000 other inexpensive artlclcB benldes puiier ullpB,  nnd to almof-t every bUftlnosH, lalttlu  ������;ccniomit*" off eel. big t-avlugn.���������Bi'itnt-  lord Kxposllor.  THE0NESUREmY7  T^GOOB HEALTH  Is .Keeping  the  Blood   Pure  by  Using ;Dr_.---Williams*'-.'^--''  Pink Pills  Impure, weak blood is the cause ot  most of the troubles that affiict \peo-  ple.      This is the cause of the wretched   feeling  pf  lahgour  and  faihtness,  pains In the back and sideylieadaches  ahd breathlessness, that afflict women  and make her daily life a torture.     To  get new health and strength the blood  must  he   enriched.      What Dr.  Wil-  liams'  Pink Pills do in cases of this  kind is told by Mrs. Augusta Emery,  Wb.olfo.rd  Station, Alta., who  says:���������  "Ldving  on the, prairie, and1 knowing  fhat there' are thousands of woraeBt like  mysei f' tnil<as away  from  a   doctor,  I  want t<g iell..them: what -'Dr.. Williams'  Fink Pills have done for-'me.      Aftfr  my first babyvwas born   I 'seemeil   to  have little energyr.    . I fell weary and  run-down and unable to do even  the  ordinary  house-hold  duties.      I felt  E.  neede* a tonic and as I had long seen  Dr. Williams' Pink Pills advertised  I  decided to try them.      I got a supply  and carefully followed the directions  and before-very long   the  -result   was  wonderful. >    Day by  day I  regained  my former strength and energy.     The  pills seemed to give me a keen appetite and I gained in weight and soon  was able not only    to    do    my    work  about the house, but    to    help    wit h  many chores on the farm.      For this  reason I would advise women, particularly those* on the prairie or the farm.  to keep a supply of these pills always  on hand.      One trial will convince you  of their worth.      I have recommended  them to many    of    my    friends    and  never    have    they    failed to produce  good results."  You can get these pills from your  druggist, or by mail at 50 cents a box  from The Dr. Williams,' Medicine Co.,  Brockville, Ont.  Taklh-j Tb Grapefruit  Consumption of grapefruit, lias increased 70 per cent, in CSrent Biitain*  In the last year. Despite his haa-anln,  Britishers probably have ^concluded  that. It'B the sporting thing to do.���������  Buffalo Express,  Pr.v-Sdi-jil  The   Short  CtnoUdgi-'.  Skirt      -  ��������� - <ct ut ..dt.-i'.ljir-  ������1Eon llmf l.h<- Hhort nldrt hurl-;* the  texlile indnalry le<l a lady to nalc him,  ������t. a WiiHhingt.on recciitloii, if he  I bough I   I lie  abort "akh't   Imiiiodeii*!.  "No I* wouldn't f-iiy thin." hi* tin-  ������ were (I.  "'Wlial. would you nay, I lien, Mr.  Pr<r-Hlclenl?" 1h������- lady prr-dj-iod,  ���������"I'd my" he replied, "Unit tliltf  sltlrt  i*- all s-ifht, :������*��������� t'-i-- ua it .uouu."  WM%*lMmm.*mmmMmmmm*mM*mWmmB*m-  New SMP  Enameled Sink  ������������������ Price  Complete  Bout value ever offered. Mud** of Ariinco  Iron, coated with purcat SUP White  lE-inn-tel. Centre drain; with or without  tap hole*-.   Price Includ** ell flltlngn,  AUo the SMP Enameled.  Drain Board.  Price $6:52  Wlilteeaam-.1t--l Armco fron, titroi.it, ������l-*ltt,  v-rry Imnndyi mIn-ii unique value. Flt:t<nti|������ly  to tinV. A r������a) plumbing MnMtlon. Price  IrtcUulcti ull fll-t-i������vu.*v_. Sold by plumherv,  It Bid-ware i-lore-, or wrtt.e direct Lo  -"MSHEKr'M-erAL PftoDwerrs co.1  ���������MOMKHHAU  TttlWONTO     VWINNII-Ke   in������i'|  V/-WCOUVHH   Ca-aiajt-l-V   |r",^vl  .._���������_____>-___. ____,  MMNM  ������__  "*-*���������^^ SEE   BEVIEW,   OBESTO^   B.   a  ns one of your  daily dozen  shine tip wath^  keeps yets  ���������and -.  yoatfhoes  fit-  C*_i*__GWP**i  ; *-_^i rr*'5^s-?fM^5?1  "    ~   ��������� /  WQKLD HAPPENINGS  . BRIEFLY TOLD  Sir Edward Grlgg. "Liheral member  of the British' Parliament and former  private secretary io Lloj-d George, has  been appointed governor of Ken- a.  All the defendants in the trial grow-  iug oxit of ihe assassination last November of Six* Lee Stack, Sirdar of the  Egyptian army, were- round guilty of  murder.. .      . _ .-���������_.-  The Toronto Women's Liberal Association has passed its objective fo.--.thej  Laurier    memorial    scholarship   'fund.  The'-association undertook    lo     raise  ?4.00u and has collected 54.161.  Prince Charles- of-. Belgium", has resumed his duties, as sub-lieutenant in  the "British navy after a leave of s&v-  eral'/nionths at home, - He is now in  his 22nd year. 9  The minister of war has issued orders for the immediate dischargp of tho  additional troops which* Bulgaria had>Sniart  and   EfCectjve   Mode,    QuSckhy  recruited.     iThtS is due to die refusal "' .'. * -- -.   .  ;��������� ,   .-   * , , ��������� .������.   i .   *      _,  ja     made.  .ot the ambassador's council to permit}     ,t  may  b        ade Jnto- an" ���������laborate  their iurther retention. ,    costume slip for the best-dress or into  The Duke  or* Devonshire,   who wa.-. i a  petticoati   trimmed in   such  a  variety ot ways.      Front of this garment  cut in  one-piece,   slashed   in   and  CL W. Ni- A. Booster  S. N-.-WYNN -  Member of Board of Directors of the  C.W.N.A., and Managing Director of  the Yorktou, Sask.,. Enterprise. Mr.  Wynn will attend the Canadian Weekly Newspaper Association Convention  to be held in Winnipeg on June 24, 25  and 26,  She Felt Belter  __������y  First Box  Horizontal  1���������African' desert.  6-  11-  12-  governor-general of Canada from 19.16!  to 19.21, celebrated his 5Tth birthday!  "May 31. He has recovered from th-������  illness which befell him in Ireland,  some time ago.        .  Finance Minister de Stefani has announced to the Chamber ot* Deputies,  Rome, that the hanking firm of jf. P.  Morgan and Company had granted a  credit of $50,000,000 to a consortium  Ot Italian hanks to be used to stabilize  exchange.  Second and third reading was given ih'the house tb a bill amending the  Canada Evidence Act, pei-nasttlng .the  croT^a on a prosecution for perjury*  to tisiei against the accused any evid-  enc<| given by him in any other proceeding. \  Tlte British Legion conference.- has  passed a resolution in favor pf com-  pelling employers to "einploy disabled  ex-service.-..men. wherever possible, .and  in favor ofypreventing:-, the..".displace'--'  mejit of ex-service: men . byyfetnale  clerical assistants in " gbvernih'ent  offlce������.  is  gathered at sides to give the necessary fullness, back is cut through ".at  the waist with the gathered skirt attached. The small back view show3  the garment '-with rcir.-* neck and  shoulder straps, also the bottom scalloped and buttonhole-stitched. The  front view ' gives another. suggestioE,  the same model cut straight across below the arms in camisole style, straps  oi' ribbon" or lace attached and daintily  .finished with hemstitched and lace  edging. Girls* semi-fitted princess  petticoat No. 1017 cut in sizes 6 to 14  ye^ii-is.^ . Size 12 requires, 2 yards.material "36 Inches wide..  Spare the children from suffering  from worms by using Miller's "Worm  Powders, a most effective vermifuge  with which to combat these Insidious  foes of tlie'young and helpless. "It Is  an -.excellent worm destroyer, and  when Its qualities become known in a  household no other will he- used. The  medicine dots .by itself,, requiring no j  purgative to asslstit, and- so thorough- j  ly that nothing more Is desired.  The superior durability of some  woods" is-.due to substances that are  poisonous to wood rol.1 ing bacteria and  '".fungi, /A. ���������       ������������������'���������"-��������� -7   7;  "      - -   ���������  * t*V . ><���������_������������������������*���������������������������������* w-������ ��������� i i*iawi^a*i   . ^  When a: man ia/ eohcelted Ihat: is  about the only satisfaction he gets out  of life.  War   Correspondent  Is   Dead  Lieut.. Col.' Rep ing ton,   Famous Journalist, Succumbs to Apoplexy  The death of Lieut.-Col. Charles  A'Court Repington, at. Hove, Eng.,  where'/'lie'"succumbed to an attack of";  apoplexy, removes from--the fields both  of journalism^'arid arnis an butstand-  inlg figure. 7-He; will 'be '.remembered  particularly" for his work as military  expert for the London,Times and the  London Morning Post during the war  wi th Gerniany, land for the part he  took In revealing the shortage of  munitions on th'e western front in the  early part of the war, and/the failure  of the various recruitings schemes subsequently.   ' He was borii In 1858.  New    Brunswick   Lady   Is . Now  Enthusiastic About Dodd s  Kidney Pills  ,.-"��������� _ i.i.  M-adame A. Godin'Suffered   With  Her  "Kidneys and Urfriary Trouble.  St. Jeanne D"*arc; N.B.���������(Special).���������  "Pardon nie for not writing to you before about your Dodd's Kidney Pills,  but when one enjoys good health one  is always busy.  "Some time, ago I was suffering with  my kidneys ahd weakness of tlie bladder.      I,-read  in-your  Almanac that  Dodd's Kidney pills were good for this  trouble "and* decided to try them.  , "I .had not a great deal of confidence  in pills because I had tried.so many  other kinds without good results.    To  my surprise after I had taken the first  box, I began to feel better.      I continued  taking  them, and  am now   completely relieved of my trouble."     I advise all.* those   who   suffer with their  kidneys *to use them.      It ��������� gives    me  pleasure to .tell all. mv friends to use  them."  This statement, which speaks for itself. Is'sent to us by Madame A. God-  in, well-known in this place.  X  :CZEMA IN RASH  Had to Keep Hands Bandaged. Cuticura Healed,  " Kr.r.n'mn broke butt In a rash nn'd  blisters between my nng������ri and on  the backs of my h������nd������. The ft kin.  was Ted and swollen and -used to>  peel off. It itched nnd burned badly  and wiia nwfully nore eapeclally  wh-u 1 put my hands In water, 1  had to keep my hand*, bandaged*  :' " I ������j->n.t for a fees namplo of Cuticura Soap an-l Ointment antl it  helped me. I f-urch**"i������<" wor*. t������*nt*l  after via Ing one cake of Cuticura  Soup im-I one box ot Cutlcura Ointment 1 wnti completely healed."  ($icnedj Mian Nettie' Kc������������o, Tt. -R,  I, Liatowcl, Ontario.  ','CuUcuia Soap, Ointment and  "fj-jJcum are all you need for everyday toilet and nursery purpose*.  a*������_i|.l������ Hiac-h IT km b������ Unit. A.ld/N-M C������i.*di������-������  Uupol;   -������|i������->*".������Ufca. lU, Mamlimt,* JlVi**. tto*������  Hr. rliumw.l f- *i.'l B*k7t*lra������������i USe.  mmmmmrm.   .���������.,,.* . -mm * %   . v*   ���������    .      ������. ...  J^-^V.        W.U, a.*...,, m  *.*.-, .....   ^tta,i.������.   <������a<aJ������aal������  Jazz Invades Jerusalem  Wireless On Mount of Olives Supplies  London  Concert  IfazK has invaded Jerusalem. During the visit"of 3L,o;i*d Balfour to Palestine in connection with the opening ot  "the Hebrew 'University,, members of  the Balfour . paiiy : he-jird concerts  .nlg-litly" as tiiey were broadcast by":the,  London radio station. *���������  A nrlllsh wireless fan fitted up an  aerial on the Mount, of Olives, especially for the Balfour visitors, from which  st line was extended to the government  house occupied by English officials  which enabled them to enjoy the London programme,-part'of which always  consists or Jnt-** ��������������������� played for daiicioK  by the Savoy orchestra.  Japanese Faith  Japan has.its shortcoming*-, just as  every other��������� ha-lkm has,  but it never  ye1 hji-o- frilled to live scrupuloufily up  tfo iho agreements It has made with  this country,     ita record Is a record of  K-sod   ralth.      The efforts  by tho  So-  j vlet agenlfl  to ailr up  suspicion   bo-  | tvveen America and Nippon ought not  j, la be dlgtiliU-d by .si-iious diHCiisslon.���������  _!>cl/aU  l'"r<!-j: iJ4'-s������fl.  14-  16-  18-  19-  21-  22-  2-i���������  27-  30-,  31-  32-  35-  ;8-  -"Run away.  -Persian poet.  -The tumeric.  -Comb! nlng     form,  meaning oil.  -Deprived.  -The universe.  -Termination.  -Circles.  -Came in contact with  -Persons     to     whom  leases are granted.  A communistic form  of government.  -In a spicy manner.  -Humor.  -Descendant   of   Mohamet.  -Concrete.  Placed      temporarily  In a certain spot.  -Dried grapes.  ���������40���������Character In "Uncle  Tom's Cabin."  43���������Color.  44-~-Eggs.  ���������-g���������A season.  48���������One who yokes animals.  5b���������Sufficient  (poet.).  61���������Entire.  -62-���������Ring out, as a bell.  53���������Inclines the head  again.  54���������Smoothly.  Vertical  1���������Becomes grave.  .2���������So be it.  3���������^Difficult.  4���������Part of "to be." .  5���������Expert painter.  C���������Peril. -  7������������������Small bed.  8���������Astringent.  9���������Simple.  10-���������"Verse.  15r���������At liberty.  ! 17���������On the ocean.  20���������Canadian "   province  <abbr.).  22���������Metric    measure    of  capacity.  23���������Marks      caus<=-d      by  v������fGuuds,  25���������-"Be indebted to.  26���������Vigor.  28���������Same. -  29���������Tell a falsehood.  32���������one who masticates.  33-^-Back of the neck.  34���������Triple crowns:  35���������Pin    on   which anything pivots.  36���������Prefix   meaning  fore.  37���������Affectionately.  39���������Musical note.  41-���������Clinging plant.  42���������Soon.  44���������Portent.  45���������Kind of meat.  47���������-Twice one.  49���������Mhnic.  he-  British   Firms   Get   Contract  Combined .Resources to Compete With  German Syndicate's figures  . An , important, contract .... Involving  ;:.^io.6;00'6"h$3^*gett; capt tired from. Gei-'  inany by two British metal firms. The  contract is'for the supply of oil welT  casing to the Anglo-Persian Oil Co. A  German syndicate quoted figures 30 per  cent, below the British companies-  tendering separately, whereupon the  Anglo-Persian Oil'Co. conferred with  the British .firms, as a result of which  the latter agreed to cqmh'ne their- resources. They were,then able to  compete with the figures' of the German syndicate, and were awarded the  contract. ;-'*"-'���������' ������������������-,������������������.'!.������������������������������������ ;:...  Always Ready and Reliable.���������Practically all pains arising from inflammation can be removed with Di*. Thomas'  Eclectric Oil. Simply rub lt on the  iiore, spot and it'la :-quickly absorbed by  the skin. Its healing power Is con-  veyed^to the inflaingd tIssueywhich.is  quickly soothed. 'This fine b|d remedy is nlao a spociflo for all -manner  of cuts, scratches, bruises and sprains.  Keep a bottle handy always.  MApy Girls Front Over*ea*b  Over * 1,800 girls entered Canada  from the United Kingdom, to take up  household, work during, the fiscal year  ended March 31st, 3926, according to  the* SMpqrvlsor of the wojueii's division  or the departmeht of Immigration and  colonization.  .In some parts, of Alaska, zero torn-  pei'ttLuroH it.neyer imve iteen re corded  and during Iho summer nliiaost tropical heat- nre vails for a few days.  Probably Not  An explorer says E������������nilmaiix never  spank ihe-lr children. Wo presume  also tliat Eat|uhnaux children never  write their names In bluo pencil on tho  newly decorated living-room walls.���������  Detroit I*r*o''PreM*.  W.    N.    ir.    in-10  M'lnard*������    Liniment  Eluniona  for    Corna    nnd  Doukhobor Pupils  Again In  Revolt!  insist   On    Being    Allowed    To    Sing  Russian Hymns  . Doukhobor children, attending the  Columbia school at Grand Forks, B.C.,  have refused to repeat the _LorcTs Prayer as reauested each day By the teachers' on the ground that the curriculum,  should include only the three It's and  the singing of Russian, hymns'.  Ay delegation of Doukhobor mothers  backed .up the action of the children  and invaded the school to press their  claiin for singing of the hymns, some  of which, "school officials sattl, were  interminable:  The Doukhobors re*cen,tly refused to  sehd their children to provincial  school, but after the courts fined several parents, they promised to send  all the children and fill the schools..to.  overflowing.  Answer To Last Week's Puzzle  U.S. "Criminal  Law  The Handb'ooka Again  The Dominion Government will  make another attempt to deal with  the handbook nuisance. The measure* will probably encounter tho usual  opposition, not only from Interested  persons, but from those who object  to this kind of legislation aa Interfering with the pleasures of the people.  Unless losing money <o. profiteers of  the worst kind Is regarded aa a pleasure, the latter objection has no weight.  ���������Toronto Globe.  Saokatchewan Butter  "During-the first quarter of this year  the output of creamery butter in the  province* of Saskatchewan amounted  to *1,917,951 pounds, compared with  1,683,839 pounds for the corresponding  period of 1924, an Increase of 13.9 pet*  cont��������� according to a report Issued by  thei provincial dairy commissioner.   *"  When Holloway'a Corn Ramover !���������*  applied to a coin tt kills the roots unci  the callosity comes out without Injury  to the llcsli.  Nelson Want* Carne-jle Library  Although Nelson, 16 or 17 year* ago,  flcoimi'ully turned down a proposal for  a Cnrneglo "Library, Hnie-i have phang-  <*d find, th-*- -r-nmiclpal library bonrfl decided to got In touch, through Vancouver, with tho Carnegie Foundation,  to InVesUgato the terms on which  grants aro obtainable^  Says That Need Exists For a Radical  Change  Elihsi Hoot sa3 _ that, a need e_ists  for an immediate and radical change  in American criminal "jurisprudence.  Chief Justice Taft has been quoted as  saying that the administration of the  criminal la.v was a national "disgrace.  A committee of the American Bar Association has said much the same  thing. Let's see. "What waa it that  Mark Twain said about the weather?  Something to ihe effect'that everybody  talked about it. but nobody did anything.���������Boston Transcript.  Leas Il3h is being eaten in Great  Britain than before the war. The per  capita consumption from 3 907 to 1910  was It poujds.      Now it is SS.   *  f  NIGHTS  MORNING h>  VAfTP.  CIEAN   CLEAR  AND   HEALTKV  Vaim* ���������oa,.������Juia ������������������ ca������.������ mok-mvuni ca>.<������jcAMu>������������  i'he world's longest, railway platform has been created hy tho Joining  of''ihe Victoria and Exchange nt anions  at IvUtnciiester.     It Is 21.175 feel,  CARON  LIGHT, WATER & POWER  PLANTS  Caron  Brothers  INO.  ��������� OS! Snd Av0., S.  SASKATOON,  "Wi������l(������teli������i������r������n  For  Aches  and   Puin������   u������e   jViin_r4'������  Llalment  "Wmmt. tS Km* A OrMm^mmmt  Kill       _  THERAP1ONN0 2  ���������WW M ���������" ������r*i ������*������ |���������toM m*m <���������ti   !������->,������_.    ,������-������  M#. 1 far MmSa*r C*Uktv"b.   Ho.i t.t MIoeki *  ������blr- 0������������ji������.������������������- H������. I f-n-C-iir<-������. c Wn.isl:n***i>i.  44t,ii. ia af trim-to t������ii������v'ikrv,������������ii. riv ������������';r. tM'.au,  lim.J.jtC". r n: M������--. r-. ll������,������������������i*rla Pt*.*<,'.*,V.l.l.ct������i_t������,  or mhjijbi. tO.tt.m-n.r������4n4i si. n..io������o* io,t>������������  awwWi   HUSH KM Hal *l������������ll. *.t������ \t>C* CilJ *.  _-,._l_l___J._l_W__-__. THE CRESTQM~REVII**I .<*-*"���������*������������������--������*������_ **��������� ~*^Hs������*������S������SV������^  ��������� ���������������������.  ^-.���������^-^-- ������������������-. ��������� -^ the consent of the  15.-U. _Frohinu"ion|rZT^^TLl^TJm IH    ������ k~ h���������  Issued������veryPridity at Creston. B.C.  Subscription s $2.59 a year in advance*  $3.03 to U.S. points.  C. P. HA"g3E88. Editor and Owner.  m -_������.���������*_._���������-��������� ������������������<���������_������������������������_���������������_���������_���������*_���������    .li     i    .n���������l .1 ' .���������*-������������������    "* " *  CRESTON. B.C.. FB.IDAY, AUG. 14-  -l  LETTEfiS T8 THE EDITOR  The Export Howes  Commissioner and was  limited  to  goods for ex   warehouse   as   ships  stores for the C.P.B. vessels  clear  ing trans-Paoifio.  Mr. Manson took ofB.ee on the  12th of April, 1922, so that most of  the 26 licenses were issued or transferred under his personal authority  as attorney general of -B.C In  addition, these licenses- had to be  renewed from   year   to   year.    In  e   to  amend the Customs Act. If he does  ������ot propose to adopt this course he ha_  no ground of complaint if he is accused  of tunning with the prohibition hare  and hunting . wrath, the exporters*  hounds. -       -_ -_  Most of us are pleased to note the  interest O. M.- Saanuelson takes ita the  mutter of cleaning-up the.liquqr traffic j  inB.C. bitt why.does he toot train hie.  guns on tho-** ipcsupy v?ho -jWesapSwys5*,  by the liqunr eacportl husinebs who are  1 doing so much y tjoj^Kd, breaking the  ffrien���������iy  *ni*ati--n0   Perhaps  .<s-~-"~l������'X>3il-!__.'_    si-   __^,____J������   ,_���������������#    ���������  Greater Convenience  Hates of  Co**n!*nissi*on  .  Bditob Bbvtbw:  Sib,-���������In your issue of July 24fch  my friend, O 7M. Samaelsoh,   emphasized his view   concerning   the  action of the Senate in failing to  concur    in   legislation     from   the  Commons concerning  liquor export  warehouses.    Perhaps the   information at Mr. Saanuelsora's  disposal  may have justified his conclusions,  but I always like to  get down to  the real facts which form the basis  of a conta-oveiw and  these may be  interesting alike to those who share  or do not   share   Mr. Saumelson's  views.    At any rate the public may  have a   chance   to   study   details  before  blaming  sinner chamber.  The  legislation  in question was  introduced in   the federal  house at  the   request   of   Mr. Manson.,   his  alleged   reason for the passage of  such legislation  being   that   he   is  desirous of doing away with export  bonded warehouses,   ss   being   the  principal Bource of bootlegging both  in the United States   and   British  Columbia.      I     would    like   your  readers to withhold  any   prejudice*  until after reviewing  the following  facts.  laws q?  a  every   esse     the   conesnt   of   thejtbey ar* Torfes ana;,Srs in seed of ������  little protection.7? "HILTON YOUNG.  attorney general was required and  given.  Mr. Manson's well remembered  letter to Ottawa asking for legislation in 1923, which letter .brought  him into somewhat unpleasant  notoriety because of a statement  that funds  would   be provided for  Tbe  News,  that  fet   the  10.0������ to  3QJ3&HO  SOOOto  *->-O0t-**  P2~$d ���������-���������������  5J0O -  HMJO -  30X0 -  SOjGO ������  6QJ0O -  8OJ09     m  _,   says        Entrance ss&msna&icns at Kakusp  this  year children i������f foreign-bornl  parents made the' best showing. [  ���������'debauching the house" was datsd  January 16, 102a Within six days  after this letter was written, and  persumably upon the very day it  arrived in Ottawa, namely January  22nd, 1923. two licenses were issued  to Consolidated Exporters, lamited,  with the consent of Mr. Manson.  ���������      Thus we find that   the   customs  the   Conservative department could issue no  licenses  j without the consenfof the   provincial   authorities.      The   provincial  authorities   had   for    three   years  consented and were even then con-  tinning to consent to the issuing of  these licenses, and to   the contiuu  ance of those  already in existence.  Is   it   surprising    then   that   one  questions the sincerity of Mr. Man-  son's statement  that he  wishes to  abolish export warehoused -  On page 287 of "Hansard,   1923,  Senator Barnard   asks:    Is   there  According to an official* crop  report the yield "of "pears afcOkan-  agau points this year will ^be only  12 per cent ot ihe 1325 production  80.00 to iwOa.00 -  [M  C. W��������� AEXAN,  7*5  12c  18c  -SOc  24c  T^HE Tellers of this Bank sell  x Bank Money Orders pay  able anywhere in C5as_ada*���������-at  any Batik, and cur Agents  abroad honor these Orders aft  current rates of I&change.  When you wish to teszdt small  sums of nioney ask the teller  for a Bank Money Order,    ������  CRESTON branch  SmSaaafpt..  i:  any regulation requiring,   or  does'  .*___.  The export,   bonded   warehouses l v������������  po������scy  of   -the    govern mei A  are established under  the Customs j require the consent  of  i������e.prora-  Act so that goods aud merchandise   ������������1   authoHties     before   granting  of all descriptions that, WirniKU^l^nses ?or  bonded ?ra,?bo,?!e* for.  not for consumption in Canada^but the storing  of intoxicating hquors  for   export   can   be   stored   under 5" "win** where the sale of liquor  sovemmieut seal and withdrawn for  _f|fj|||  IS COMPLETE  Guaranteed genuine Cowhide, leather 4ined  CLUB BAG- ��������� ��������� ��������� ��������� ��������� ��������� ��������� ,$9.05 and up  and other such bargains.  Iffew arrivals of  iu provinces where the sale off-liquor  by private individuals is prohibited  export ^**?ithout payment of duty*  Goods imported for consumption in  Canada may be stored and the duty  paid only when goods are withdrawn for Bale and consumption in  Canada, these warehouses are  licensed by the Dominion Government, and without license they  cannot exist.  In 1916 the customs department  issued notice to all   collectors   that  by order of the minister of customs  permission for  the: ei.fcry *>ff intoxi  eating beverages in custom*"- bonded  warehouses was   withdrawn   from  December 31 et* 1916, in all provinces and districts  of Canada where  the sale   of   liquor   is   prohibited  nnder provincial   law,   unless   the  importer obtains   and   delivers   to  the collector tlie written consent of  the proper   provincial   authorities.  Prior to 1920 none of the  customs  bonded warehouses now licensed in  B.C. were in existence.  In Commons Hansard, 1923. page  1260,1 note that Mr. Clark asks  the minister of customs how many  such license*"- have been issued since  the commencement of 1920, the  names of licence* and dates of issue,  location of such warehouwes and i������-  The question was   snswejred   by  I  Senator Danduarnad, the  govern  ment leader   in   the   senate,   who  naturally  voices the views  off the  government,   who   replied,       xhe  polioy of the  government requires  unconditional consent of provincial  authorities   before granting  a customs N.arehouse license   for storage  of intoxicating liquors   in bond, or  before granting a   license   for   as|  excise bonded   warehouse for  stpr  age of intoxicating   liqupra   in   all  provinces where the sale of liquor is  prohibited   under   provincial   law.  Notwithstanding   Senator Dan  dorand'a   reply   an    opinion   was  obtained from   the   department of  justice directly to the contrary and  it is upon the strength   of this Jast  opinion that Mr. Manson takes the  stand that without  the  legislation 1  asked for he cannot abolish the export warehouses.  The gist  of  the  opinion is that  owing to the   wording of  the Customs Aot, not the Canada Temper  ance Act, which was the one sought  to be   amended,   the   government  cannot refuse to grant a license for  an export warehouse,   wbiph ware  house may contain liquor.  **T"l.������������aa% ir, nn     ntt_i-rvpil-t~.mil    that til������  Durable quality and reasonable pric  :; V-s i  iLE COMPANY  LIMITED  PRINTED-l BUTTER' W.^||P^! a$ TTie^^ R  it the policy of the  government in i ---.- ,, .    BW,ai,ai���������4  aeali-,r������"i* application,   for ...oh I <*"������������*- Aot oonM not be amend,ja  licenses to require J*.he approval of  "Fashion  Betle" brand  Art Silk,  $1J  Children's three-quarter  coloreci tops, sizes 7 to  7 A-*&���������������,  \J\jr\+.  the attorney general of the pro  vince, or the provincial government,  or member thereof, before issuing  ouch licenses, and was such approval given in the c&&������ of the licenses  so issued* If so, by whom.  The Hon. Mr. Bureau replied  tha.fc banded ^^rvhrtvin**- h������sd b*������**i-ij  authorized in B.C. wince the commencement of the year 1920, with  the consent of the provincial government for tho storage of intoxicating  liquor in bond. He then gives Iho  aamea. locations, date of issue, and  +*-,*. ,������������.tmi t*t tha nroviucial minlater  giving consent. The liat nhowo  2������ liccaaocn wore icstied. It shows  26 were issued by the consent of  fri.**.   AH^rnotv   ^<-*.if*rnil   of   British  to prohibit tho storage of liquor for  export,    On  the contrary Senator  Danbur&nd *^g-*re'rt'*'ly   -.tated   that  the desired result could., be accomp  Hshed in  that   way,   hut   we   are  doing it under another form.  The amendment of the Canada |  Temperance Act would have pro  hibitcd an individual's ������sbt <>'  importation for Ultt iprivaU* sac^ t������  which the people of B.C. have never  eoncien*-ed. The senate in 1023  prop���������Mted������,n amendlmeut provHllngfor  a plebiscite of tbe people ou this  queintloft tHit the federal -governmerit  would not H������*epfc the bill In that form.  By an amendment to tbe Otutome  aboltEthed and the prlvnto IndlvkluaU  have the right to Impovrt for hln -r>rivfttl-������  mm. tt Mr. Manson Is glncere In his  desire to put the export warehaufieii  HA.RD^vV'ARE���������Ksy F-ottIss, Scythes, Snatfes ��������� tuiicl ��������� May  Rakers*    Agents tot* Ffost & "W.ooA nA0weirs* -.  Let us have your order for Repairs.  Fresh  Frail������ and Vegetables in Season  ***.  t**������--i  jwg^g, J^g^p^^^^   ^^M^^^^Mi  ^^^H5ES9 ^B^^^ffllWp  l^_^_*WEH_MS bStJP**-^?!?*'  ^^������������������^^a"* i^W"-1^   ^^^mfm^m4     ^mmmj^^^^^mmmmmmm  t^-*ttp"i m^^m. "MHH_T ^^        Pp*"*H| vPHMBf pNeHliaa^4      ^**^  AV^WMMWH__, _______f^______________HMH___' IwiHli __MH_l___________lt_l ^maA^aa^ ^^ml^^^^m^^^  W|WjH|^aufi|h^      momaadUgtWS^^^   ^^^^^^^M ^^^^^^^S ^W^Wy ^___^^^^M^^fa  Hg^^|fflD& BD"'^^ \mk\\^ Bf      fflBffiS^ i_i^^^^___  ^nfa ^mXWlmmmm^mmmml    IHH m_^_mmm^^^lm^ ���������W^^^^^^u^^o^   M^M "H_^a ^B_f__l__l_lflf_ffifB_r  9*llflallilffl  m&w&m?^  S  mmm  imatAbisi&i M^tui.^maummi,  |Wi_i^__l_a_H^i_3_^_^l_a���������_^  i_jjihaai___H.taJ_������_i_i������___4_U_iJi^  MjmM^������*<^.-������^iVML^HK^^ J^a^a_JW._._aBu_^__l>  M,^^^!^,^.*^^^^  ..___^___������__,,fc__^._J_l1__..������J.ya^^  iiiiiwiiWiiiiiiiiwiiiiiiiiwtBi'^ 0.  1'ItS  "UJ������_5S*������H  IsETlEw  **������������������-&���������  j  ���������^mm  !rand  Theatre  Til  Oolden Bed"  By WALLACE IRWIN  The story of two women���������one a golden tigress tear-  - ing out. men's hearts for tne fascination ofthe.  fascination of ^he game, the other all sympathy  and tenderness���������-and what they did to a self-  made., miiHonair������ who was. an all too human  combination of strength and weakness.    .  the report of the   electric  light  com  mittee,~who presented Mr. Horsley tort  thWbnsrd, and who outlined   fate   pro '  posed plait,. for  supplying. light  and  power to the village and district.  Complete organization of the Creston Reclamation ^Syndicate was  effected at a ' meeting of the shareholders on Tuesday night, ut which it  w������s agreed to send ���������roy Constable to  "Victoria to negotiate the terras of the  agreement on ttae_0,CQp acres conceded  the syndicate, : ami he is leaving for  fcihe capital at the end "saw the week.  The village c6*iinivi^-*--ipnera*_5'J6aBk  balance showed a. Kt^lthy bulge on  Tuesday due to the R-raival on'Monday  .of a cheque for $1G87- from the provincial treasurer. "being Creston's six  months* share of the' liquor profits up  to March 31st. The money is distributed on -the .basis of* dnys "actually  attended by children enrolled at the  local school. *-    "**'  ANNOUNCING PRICES AND POLICY  For the information of all the growers we have pleasure in submitting prices we have paid on all lines up till Monday, as follows���������  CHERRIES���������Olivets, throughout season $2.25  Sours " ������������������  APPLES���������Transparents :   Ouchet-s   CUCUMBERS, to July 31st   TOMATOES���������Field, to August 3 :   Vuudiae Secret. to August 3  RASPBERRIES���������To.June 30. 3.00:  LOGANBERRIES, to Auettst 3   BDAGK CURRANTS, all season  200  ���������    1.10  1.25  1.00  I     RED CUBBAKI-S, to July 3, 1.75;   to Augusts.  I       ' 1>?E JS. *_TK    tn '__:"._r:!=i.S-'_l"!"-        P!?_T-������,U,1??*_~    **> A.nm   --  2.00    2.20  to Julv 0.2.75: rest of season 2.50  "___  2;������    2.Btt    1.50  T>t*-t ,* vert?    *^ 'a ������������������...,���������*  _*_,.<*-������. 1*U,  ij'JjJf&^Oy   tLtjf   jQ_,������-fg%-������c*v v%  w-   ���������������*.*-  i9 13c lb.  PEPPERS, to August  POTATOES, BEETS, CARROTS, to Augusts, 2io lb.  CABBAGE, from 6c to 2_c lb.  We -wish to announce that due to the fluctuations of the market it wfll be ont  .of the question for us from now on to give our Cash prices a week ahead as has heen  our policy in tbe past.   Prices paid ea*_h week -will be suT3iat1tt������d in ratara.  We also want to make it clear that commencing with the first of the month  ���������we are paying a bosna of TEN CENTS A CRATE to all growers who ship  their entire croothrougii us. -"We also take this opports^tytoi-oftffmt^t individual growers must pack their staff up to standard or they was be docked  accordingly'. * - '"  Creston Valley Produce Company  ALF, **-ELSO"Ns Manager  June building permits  tot ailed ���������$25,000.  at frail  TraiFs proposed   siew 50. bed hos  pital will probably cost $75,000:  ���������T*    . m  tL.it uvau  i. 51.  ������RQO  yvtrV  -|������*������U I  r   sied  inspection of- the schools  last year.  Geo.  opened  berley.  Ross     of -* Elko    has   just  t.Sie first blacksmith at Kini-  that we keep a, full stock of  Guaranteed'CHEVROLET Parts  atf~r^.-_._.������J!__.___."   _F_f___Qt>_V_  #������-.'  Automobile Accessories  and are in a position to give yon prompt and intelligent service on your requirements.  Vera-RfiSJ-malds and IillianRich. in Cecil B.D-MiBe_ Froducckte-  *The Golden Bed."        A Paxamount Picture  Local and Personal  Deputy ehsef "W. Owen of the pro  vincial police force, Vancouver, was  giving the Creston office an official  look over ou Thursday last, in company with Insp. Dunwoody of Nelson.  The police uniforms are. now due at.  the Srst of the month.  meet ins of the villa,*3-?  *.������B������a?-_  commissioners on Monday' night  further equipment- for the fire brigade  was ordered purchased. This is a reel  for handling the hose. The equipment  of the public works department... will  also he secured for repairs to the hard  8ii: face road through town.  Due tn a. shortage of space a report  of the August session of the board of  trade has to be held over until next  ���������������*������ -*ff the session vras  WATER AfOnOE  =7 -    . EHVSS9&IGN ANG> USS  ^^___.    i--,_l__w������hnklal_l  ''Vscstat;'      US-reserved.    ~ etarvts^u*-  Orown -lands may'be pre-empted ��������� by  British subjects over 18 years of age,.  and by aliens on declaring intention'  to   become   British   subjects,   conditional   upon   residence,    occupation,  and   improvement   tor    agricultural  purposes.  Pull information concerning regu-  -g-Uons regarding pre-emptions is  given in Bulletin No. 1, "Land Seriea,  "Bow to Pre-empt "bond/* copies of  which can be obtained free of charge  by addressing the Department of  L������ndo, Victoria, B.O, or to any Oov-  ei anient'..Agent. ������������������-.  Records will be granted covering  only land * suitable for agricultural  purposes; and whieh la not -tirober-  lond, i.en carrying over 5.000 board  feet por acre west of the Coast Range  and 8,000 feet per acre, east of that  ��������� Range. ....  Applications for pre-emptions are  i o be addressed to the X*and Com -  missloner of the I_utd Recording "PI ���������  vision," In which the land applied for  is situated, and are made on printed  forms, copies of which con be obtained from the Xrfknd Commissioner.  Pra>eznptlons mttflt be occupied foi  - flvs yssrs aud Improvements made  to value of 910 per*acre, including  clearing* and cultivating at least five  acres, before a Crown Grant can be.   received. ���������.���������"..*���������""'  For more detailed information see  the Bulletin "How ������to pre-empt  "Land."    .'  ���������       PURCHASE a  "Applications are received for pur  chase of vacant and unreserved  Crown lands, not being tlmberlond  for agricultural purposes; m nlmun-  prlco of first-class (_rablo> land is (S  por aero, and oecond-claeo (.gra-sing)  land $2.B0 per acre. Further Information regarding purchase or '.east  of Crown lands is given ln Bulletin  No. 10. Xjond Series, "Purchase and  T   ._���������_      __������     J-���������������_.__-V������ _....*,. ������������������  ��������� iafi^MV , M*      V4VV.M     ...w.^..  Mill, factory, or Industrial sites on  timber land, not exceeding 40 acres,  may he purchased or leased, the conditions       Including      payment       ol-  stumpaue. '  HOMFftlTE   LF.AfiEQ  - Unsurvoyed areas, not exceeding 2(  acres, may bo leased as homcsltea  conditional upon a dwelling belnn  erocted In the first year, title bclnr.  obtainable after residence and im  iprovement oondttlons arc fulflllet*  .and land has been surveyed.  L-A8ES  For groolng and Ind no trial pur-  3.o-_ft*5 ea_aj5 not exc������i**/'ll"-t.*!' *���������*������ n<*r������-i  may ba leased by one person or '  company.  QRiUEINO  Under the Oroslng Act the Prov-  lnee In divided into graving dlMtHcu  and this vangs administered under ���������*  OroMns Commlsslonftr.        Annua*  (traadng permits ore Issued based or  numbers ranged, priority being utivun  to establlsb������d owners. Btodt-owncr*  -T������-*.*f - 1"<y*V*>     mtmm*mi,im*tt\w*m      f Ar       inniri  mansg������mMnt. BVe*. or t>&rtlally troe  permits are available for nettlent  tmmwwm   and. tffttvellsr*,   up   to   ten  llSSda  notice thatCR HgraIey,whoeoaddres3  ia Nakusp. will apply tor a license to take and  use 75 cubic feet per second -of -water out of  Goat "River which flows westerly and drains in-  to B^jotenay River at Ctt3stoa,RC. The water  4600 feet downiBtre������_m ftonathe'CP.R. bridgelni  Block 29, of Iiot 8S2. and will he used for power  purposes upon the area described as.the undertaking of the Coxopany, within a radio-- of  twenty-five miles of the power site. This notice  wtsuaposted ou C&o ground cu ths lith dayGf  AuguBt, 1925. A copy of thia notice and an application pursuant thereto and to the "Water  Act** wfll be filed in* the office-of tho Water  Recorder at Nelson- Objections to the application may be filed-with the said Water Recorder  or with the Comptroller of Water Rights, Parliament Buildings. Victoria, B.C., within thirty  days after tho first appafl.rs.nce of thi*" notice Jn  a local newspaper.  ^EO. P. HORSLKY. Applicant.  Date of first publication of this notice is August  14,1025  .'  Wasps and yellow jackets have  been* an unusual menace at Grand  Forks this year. -  Refuse cans have been placed at  the more prominent corners of  Trail's downtown-streets.  The Courier claims that 125,000  pounds of wool have been shipped  from Cranbrook this year.  Recently the. editor of the Grand  Forks Gazette ..saw a white kitten  witb two sets of paws on each front  foot.  Fernie expects to have 140  students in the high .school the  coming term. 123 were enrolled  last year. , . ! .  -Thisiyear   aJref^^Jbhe   Hansoi  jgarage at Granfiipoolf Has sold more  Ford oars than in any previous year  Hi ii,5 jtiistory.  -The Selkirk Hotel at Silver ton  is closed until spring whtje the  .proprietor is away on an extended  holiday visit east.  The Herald helieyes there are 100  auto tourists passing through Cran .  brook daily this mouth, accounting  for at least 300,people.. 7 -  --  Construction  is u rider   way that  will give the East  Kootenay Tele4  phone    -Company     another    line  between Yahk and Cranbrook.  When   the   present   four   room  I addition   to   Kimberiey   school   is  1 completed the town   will lie able tu)  house 440 pupils with comfort.  tdpOQyear lir&S e������si\d Ts������^22������  Emd*3 Storage Batteries  CHEVROLET MOTORCARS AND  TRUCKS  AGENT&  "McIaAUGHXaOa-BTJiCK  CARS  _BC_~I  A  full  line  of . FIlED isi  j{9 ^L^^P *^_*w3^  laying  and  the Cows milking  _i_-,'-9'ie-.������p^v"rBaftQe_4_9  1  Koyai.Household Flour."      Purity Flour.  and Breakfast Foods-  ���������������_-llo,_4  Aafo     _  V-TMr-.-a^r.   ������aa  . Scaled tepderfl addrcosod to tho u-ndorslgned,  land endorsed "Tender for Bank Protection,  Columbia River, RC** will he received until  12 c'c!*ck ������m������ (dmytlght saving), Friday. Awgntl 2fy*.  ins. for the. construction of bank protection of  Columbia Biver, at ltcvelstoko, Kootenay District, RC.  Plans and form of contract may be seen and  specifications and forms of tender obtained at  stoke. B.C.  y Tcndort will not bo considered unless made  on nrlnted-forms supplied by tho Department-  ana In accordance with conditions contained  therein. ' ���������.  Koch tender must be acoommnlod by an  acoepted clioquo on a chartered Dank, payable  to the order of the Minister of Public Works,  equal to 10 per cent, of the amount of tho  tender. Bonds ot tho Dominion of Canada 6r  bonds of tbe Canadian National Railway Company will also bo accepted as soourity, or bonds  and a cheque If requlrod to make up an odd  amount.  Note���������Blue prints can bo obtained at this  Department by doponltinc. an ncooptod ohequo  for tho sum ot $10.00. payable to the order ot  tlie Minister ot Public works, which will bo  returned if the Intending bidder submit- a  sculs-r. bid. -  "  "*-*".       By otdor,  a BL O'BRIMN.  __ Hocrotary.  Dopnrtment of Public Works,  Ottawa, August������, 1025.  MJ&M nntl nrcavjf  *3!&mfmlLm9G*tw BWB mtmwUO  to Ordor  New Stock of  Harness  Second Hand Store in  connection  ______mB__M mVttmHlt Jmmjmjm/   .jtirf  in, iiiimHi     ^uw|u^    m^m^^/m    ^gb,    tkWtl   tmmm* J_______f  jmym    . A^S^m^^R mmw MMmf^mWmwWm^MmV JBPmfl jffll_M mmW &%%������ mmW  jbsi^-X i-m' jj^y^wsy ^Bmmw^^kmm^m^Ksm^Sr^sjSjSmm  . IBB^TBBI tn    , ns Wrmm pWaHf . _ JI|_bW_WI n^SmW ^m/Sr m*w "*���������*���������*" ffsr ^  Shoe and Harness Repairing  500 residents of Fernie have  signed a petition asking the government to build a road into the nearby summer reaort>at' McBain Lake.  . Cranbrook high school scored 100  per cent, of pat*sen in the recent  junior matriculation examinations,  every one of the 24 candidates  passing.  New. Denvejr Record: The weath  er has been   hot   the   past   week,  registering above 80 degrees.    Our  old time liars oannot recall anything  to equal it.  At Fernie. tlie Dominion Pay  sports netted the" committee hai.id ���������  lisiK them ahnont ffiSBOO, all oP  which has been given to the swimming pool fund.  The Conservatives   are   piokiiVg  out lady organizers, with   Mrs. E,  H.  B. McLean   of Kiikuap  mtml-til  for Revelstoke and  Mrs. Chalmers  of Thrums for Kaolo-Sloonn.  A couple oP cattle belonging to  Mrs. Lanoaster neftf Cranbrook,  are dead from eating potatoes vines  that had been sprinkled with araon-  al*. of leid to kill potato buRo. I  Up till the prebent Fernie has  gathered in $12,500.00 to finance  its swimming pool und it is figured  another ift2500 will he required to  meet nil tho couta  of construction.  Fliou areeo thick around the high  school at Trail that the trustees aro  coin polled to nek the council to do  eomething to abate tho nuisance  before Bchool  re opena nexp month.  P. BURNS & Cu  ���������j Lilli  MEAT MERCHANTS  mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmwmimmmm?m������*^ *-iiiw.iii.p������iw*|M������>^<ii������iww%i#������>^t|Mp.  }TRY OUH  &ItAMfliI������OClC JPORjK SAUSAGE.  An economim! diab, easy to serve.  Shamrock Brand HAM. MACON ana\LARD  GLEN BALE CREAMERY BiU^iEK  tiovernnaent graded, highest qualEfly.  FRESH and CURED FISH  all vttrtetSes.  Choicest BEE*, PORK, MUTTON, VEAL, LAMB  BURNS'WEAL POULTRY FOOD  Increases egg- production and produce* better poultry.  isssfamfmmm. m J  j^sansjBagasE^sfisgg^^  =T=1SM=PP?)BC2  asgatrfcsaa^a^^^-t*  ii!___!jj__j_feia"gg^^  JMM'S^&U&iaW  T&E   REWEW,    CRESTON,    B.    C.  /7  iy  ���������  Perhaps you are using  "Reel Rose" extra^good.  tea. W������ ttiink  T^Ofz'f you try ii?  The same good tea for 30 years.  G1 -\rf*       i    |i|jni-i������,**������'f-_rk"n     /-W     C   . l-i *��������������� *-������ i-h _������>  An Ontario Representative  Canada's Parliament has been in session, at Ottawa lor many months "but  fhr; "mati in the street" would be in a real quandary if lie was asked to state  just -wliat.Jias been accomplished in a concrete -way. and of a constructive  character fbr the upbuilding of the Dominion, through the development Of its  resources and the promotion ol" its basic industries leading to national prosperity. '       ... ' -..-....-    a  There has been oceans of talk.      Weary weeks were spent threshing'-over  old straw in the debate on the Speech from the Throne,"1 and still .more weary  weeks in  unproductive  talk  during  the  debate-on. the Budget.      Millions "of  dollars have been voted Cor various servic.es.      But, after all, what has really j  been accomplished?  Apart from tliese things, much time has been .devoted to discussion of the  Canadian National Railway and its management.      Admittedly this is a subject deserving of close attention and it is -rifelit. and proper that Parliament  should do everything in Its power to help place the system on a sound footing ]  and co-operate with the Government and Tit il way management in strengthen-..*  ing its position and hastening the day when, instead ot7 constituting a heavy;  drain on the finances of the country, the C.N.It. will be revenue-producing and  ������ source of financial strength to Canada.  But the general trend of the discussions at Ottawa do not appear to have'  tbat end in view.     Rather there has been petty and carping criticism of minor  cleiails which should find no expression on the floors of Parliament and which  il should be beneath the dignity of that body to even notice.  One of the best acts standing to the*"credit of the-preSent. Government was.  tlie securing of the services of Sir "Henry Thornton as-president-of the Canadian National. He has thrown -himself with abounding energy into the task  ol consolidating and making a really efficient system out of the separate;  railway units which were turned over to ;him. lie has created a splendid"  esprit de corps among the large staff of employeesyhas built up the system:  in every respect, and today the C.N.R. is an effective and vigorous'competitor.:'  ol" the C.P.R. '''���������'���������' '" '  '.     '  :>'' ���������'��������� '  Yet Parliament demands the presence at Ottawa of a man of Sir Henry's  '-_i.and.ing and carrying such huge responsibilities to answer picayune criticisms regarding petty details of management  which   the Board of Directors  &rve  fusfon  ��������� mesFs  WW MM M *        "���������""V^ *Vie richness oij  WWM   Mustard ^f^^^SsS easier, to  fat foods and ���������^Jffv,Ls vou to enioy,  digest.   Mustard ena^^^^ge  and asgimuate food ***men ^ rtTtaans.s  _..i4 'trt-irrlei  J. A. MacLAREN  Director of the C.W.N.A. for Ontario,  and Editor of The Examiner, Barrie,  Ont., who will attend the Convention  at Winnipeg on June 2-1, 25 and 26.  -'���������''���������-��������� _,-/"'  Wiii Assist Child Emigrant  Scheme   Arranged   Between .Canadian  and British Governments*  A scheme of assisted passages to  Canada^for children going1 to the Do  minion through the medium of voluntary child migration societies lias  been arranged, between the Canadian  and-Britisii Governments.  The' Canadian Government will make  a free grant of $40 per child and will  pay inspection, fees, Tbe British  'Government, will give a free- grant toward the cost of societies of after-care  ���������organization for children in Canada.  of   the   C.P.R.   would. never  think   of  expecting  of   President   Beatty.  The  C.P.R. can spend a million or more in the construction of a hotel at Lake  Louise* in.order to cater to and-capture tourist traffic, and nobody objects but,  on the contrary, applauds their enterprise. Likewise th'e. C.P.R. is not criticised when it indulges in extensive advertising campaigns to get business..  But Sir Henry Thornton anil the C.N.R. are the targets of attack in Parliament  because some money is expended to develop the Attractions of the National  Park at Jasper Park and because it, too, advertises exte-nsively in order to develop and increase tourist traffic over C.N.R. lines. Even Sir Henry's private:  car and the room be occupies in a hotel are objects of attack.  Right at the outset when, taking over the management of the Canadian  National, Sir Henry Thornton voiced a warning against party politics being  allowed to interfere in the management of the road, and he has repeated that  warning on several occasions since, pointing out in the plainest language possible that the C.N.R. can be made a success and an asset rather than a liability to. the Dominion, but only if strict business principle's are allowed to  prevail in its direction and management and party politics are wholly��������� eliminated;- ^ ,  Sir Henry Thornton is a big man and an outstandingly successful railway  executive. He so proved himself in the United States, again in England, and  still later during the war in Fiance. Canada was fortunate in obtaining his  services at a time when other big'railway men thought the C.N.R, would  prove ilie grav������" of. any man's reputation. if Sir Henry is capable of handling hi.s job. h������.* should be left to do it and should be given the freest pos-  fc'tble hand In working out and carrying his policies into effect.  Thus-* members at Ottawa who are engaged ih this guerilla warfare  ngainsr ilu* present management of the C.N.R. are the real obstacles to the  success of public ownership in Canada. Th-ir criticisms are not in any sense  con-An-ueiH *\ but wholly destructive.      They should be squelched.  Home Not Complete  Without Nerviline  When your stomach is badly upset,  when you are belching gas and suffering from nausea, the quickest relief  will come from 20 drops of Nerviline.  Take it in s.weetened water and you-  get an immediate result. Nerviline  has been" used for nearly half a century and is. considered a necessity in  most houses, because-.-of its-usefulness  in preventing many "small ills that constantly arise. Sold everywhere iii 85  cent bottles.  Was   First  Woman  Graduate of ASberta  t-fetnilftori    Girl    Has    Been   Practising  Law in Toronto  Miss Ethel Bertha Fagan, of lli*mil-  tu, Ont., has the hoi3or- of being the  first woman . to graduate from the  University .of Albe-ria.  Before going to Alberta to take her  course, Miss Pagan ��������� was. for ten years  engaged in law work in Toronto. For  two years of this..time she was articled, and has a number of clients of  her own. She found there were uiauy  women who preferred for different  reasons to seek the advice of a woman  in the matter of investment and she  expects to work up this line of practise. However, Miss Hogan expects  ultimately to go into social service  work..,. This has been, hor goal for  several years. I^iw training is said  to be more helpful in this work.  New Catholic College  Preparation's are under way for the  erection of a new Catholic college to  be affiliated with the University of Alberta at Edmonton. It is estimated  that the construction costs of the new  collegiate* building will approximate  5200,000. '  Value   Of  Taxable   Property  Analysis of the Per Capita Value in  the Different Provinces  The total assessed value of taxable  property in 82 towns and cities in  Canada having a population of 5,000  and over in 1922 was $3,082,25*1,786,  being a per capita value of $1,001. Analyzed by provinces the pei' capita  value of taxable property in municipalities of" 5,000 and ove*r was as follows: Prince Edward Island,.';.".$521";  Nova Scotia, $57.2.;; New Brunswick,  $464; Quebec, $i,02&. Ontario, $980^1  Manitoba, $1,170; Saskatchewan, $1,-  022; Alberta,'$1,009; and British Columbia, $1,297.  Germany  Willing  To  Stop Chemical - Warfare  Would Agree to Complete Suppression  Of Poison Gas  Germany announced tbat she was  ready to participate la aay international conference agreemen^,for the complete, suppression of the use of chemi-  cahand poison gas warfare.  Germany's announcement was made  by Herr von Eclchardt at a meeting  of tlie" military and naval committee  of the international conference For  control of-.traffic In arms. '  Wise mothers who know the virtues of Mother Graves' Worm Exterminator always have it at hand, because it proves its value.   _____  Liberty Hulless Oats  The huH������?H variety of oat named  Libi-Trv, oriKirtaivd ai ib<. Central I0x-  jf-'-j-Ei-i-n-ut.a" Fuj-tH, Oitaw.it, Canada, has  ".-<"-en ������.���������������-��������� (I - for "Vm.- years in ��������� oxpoii-  inent'tl v.'fa-f!. -car*:*--���������'I on by tlu. On-  ���������mrio At-ricttlTur.'-l antl Rxperinicnlal  Vision. Tlie ;������v--rag-* yli-lti during the  I'.-sn two y-'Hr;. w;i* IM.II bushel!-, to  ���������*'*������-  jicrtJ,   sihjj0Ii<-<   in   fourth   position  I'I     t'b<"    V_n'M". lift.    ll'Slf'd    ril'l.l"     till'"    prov-  3 nee.  Oldest British Prisoner Dead*  Mh Int.lined in comfort, at the municipal jail farm for some years, W. M.  Brothers., 1.04 years old, known as the  oldest prisoner in the British Empire,  died at Ihe Inst ilu lion recently. The  ag'*(l man was 01113 of several without  moans of support who are looked after  I at lhe  city's  expense,  When ;t   imm has gone- to sued It is  almost lime to plant him.  MY SIX LITTLE GNES USED  BABY'S OWN TABLETS  Mrs. John A. Patterson, Scotch  Village, N.S., says:���������"There are six  children in our home, and the only  medicine they get is Baby's Own Tablets, and I have not known the Tablets to fail when a medicine waa needed. No mother should be without the  Tablets in the house." ��������� Like Mrs.  Patterson thousands of other members  aro quick to praise paby's Own, Tablets for bringing health and comfort  to their little ones. The Tablets are  a mild but thorough laxative which.  regulate the stomach and bowels, tlvutf  banishing constipation and indigestion, colds and simple fevers, and  making teething easy. They are guaranteed to contain no opiates and ai'e  perfectly safe for tho youngest child.  They are sold by medicine dealers or  by mall at 25 cents \x J������ox from The  Dr. Williams* Medicine Co., Brockville,  Ont.  MriTfTT^:--  mtwnmmm. ��������� nn.ii n���������aa���������i'Maw ���������> ���������%��������� i ���������������������������_ aaa-vmV _������������������_,  torin is a -j-i!ea-*anl, harmloss. Stilj-  stitiatc for Qistor Oil, Paregoric,  'I'cocfiiiijf;   Drop:'  and   .Sr-olt.inj;   Syru-v;.   c .pc-'.'.ially   prepared   for  infrmts, in arms und Children all a^es.  To :ivoitl fmfuriotn, nlwiyn look ior th** ,-l"rnntur-r of   C^t^/-/^ai^Ajiv  I'hy^ituu-J <; very where rccr-n'micud it.  .Proven   ilircrttorii or. ^,-icli  Mo Unemployment In France  mum -laia���������m���������  Not   Healthy   Sign   When   It   Mentis  Decrease  In  Population  There    is     no    unemployment    3n  f Franco. That seems a "miracle- lo  'England, with Uh mass of tin employment. But tho scarcity of Jnbor  which leadH to Ihat condition is not a  healthy sign, II: Is, on tho' contrary,  suioUii'v routine!tr of l.lmt greatest tiari-  gi't' of all to France���������-tho decrease In  population. France In noi producing  you 1, It '-nough to <lo tlio worl. in factor-  U-n nntl flchlH. Uh hlrlh rnli) In drop*  l������lng un low iltiit tho ilgur't!-! are terrifying lo patriotic Fj-'-'iichmnn,���������Blr  I'hliii. <;il)hH in tliu World's Work, "Now  Vorl<.  Mount   iiinu   tin*   llkn   plionogrnnlm--���������  ih������������y iiilk n  grcfit  tloitl, hut  never Hay  jinyihlnj; orlj-ltml.  Canadian   Fliers'   Fir>e  Kecord  Airmen  In 1924 Made  Up 3,340 Hours  . Without  Fatality  Aviators in the Royal Canadian Air  Foi'ce set a new record for safe Hying  last year by" making, up 3,340 hours of  actual ilyingytime without-a fatal accident in .carrying aii' "J-aii, palioling  forests '^uti^asheries^ and perform ing ������|  other |;qyef*iment-services, said a report from .the tVepartnienr of the interior. " "'���������-��������� '.     ^*"  More than 3,000 acres of forest iu  Alberta were covered twice a daj* by  airy patrols during the season of Are  hazard, and in Manitoba 100,000,000  acres were* under observation. The  forces photographed 40.QOO square  miles of terrain for the topographical'survey.   77 -.  Platinum Production  Finally revised statistics, for 1921  on the production of platinum, as reported by the bureau of statistics,  show that except l'oi\ a small amount  of 5 ozs., which was recovered from  British Columbia placers, the total  output of 9,186 o'a-s., was derived Irom  the copper-nickel ores of Lhe Sudbury  ill strict, - -_���������....  WALKED THE FLOOR  ' FOE HOURS  NERVJUS WJKKJK SO 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  eauHibriun? of these deranged centres  and brliig back the shattered nervous  system to a perfect condition.  Mrs. W. W..'. Aulthouse, Woodrous.  Ont, writes:���������"After ��������� having a severe  attack of bronchitis I was left ma  very weak, run-dowit conditionymy  nerves weie all broken up; could not  sleep at night, and would naveMo.get  out of bed end walk the floor for hours.  "After using a box of  MIL3URN'S_  HEART AND NERVE PILLS  I began to ieel much better, qnd after  taking a few-more boxes 1 could enjoy my rest as well as I ever did. 1  alWay recommend them to -all , my  friends.'';     7.7 -yy '/'���������...: '".'::"'':  For sale at all'druggists and "-dealers; put up only by The T. Milburn  Co., Limited, Twonto, Ont.  Erect  Monument to .Verigen"  A sarcophagus ot Kootenay granite,  costing $5,000 now surmounts the  lomb.ql! the late Peter Verigen on the  rocky hill overlooking Brilliant, B.C..  Doves surmount it and a grubhoe and  shovel," typifying the agricultural pursuits of the. Ddukhobors, are among-  the carvings. The inscription will be  left to young Pete-r Verigen, the new  leader, when he arrives from Russia.  ���������*v.  Attacked by Asthma. The vHrst  fearful sensation Is of suffocation,  which hour by hour becomes more  desperate and hopeless. To such a  case the'relief afforded by Dr. J. D.  Kellogg's Asthma Remedy seems nothing less than miraculous. Its help is  quickly apparent and soon the dreadful attack is mastered.. The asthmatic who has found out the depend-  ability oLJthlB sterling remedy will  never be without it. Jt is sold everywhere.  Many Homestead Entries  Seventy-one homesteads were taken  up in the 12dmoii,ton land office during  tho*month  of "April,       Three  soldier  grants were also fllcd on".  Minard's Liniment lor Backache  There is no harm In a mini's being  in advance of his ago providing hi; Inis  money enough to/live on until his age  catches up with him.  The Oil for'the Athlete.���������In rubbing  down, tho athlete will find Dr. Thomas*  Eclectric Oil an excellent article. It  renders the muscles and' sinews pliable, takes the soreness out of them  and strengtliens Ihom for strains that  may be put upon tlianv It ��������� stand.*  pro-eminent for this purpose*, and ath-  M-Seti who fur yuiii-s, have ii eon using ic,  cun testify to lis value as a lubricant.  Big Cattle Shipment  Moro than 600 cattle were included  In* tlio  last  livestock  shipment   from  'Kdmonlou U* thu Scottish market, tho  J consignors being livestock Producer*  of Canada. ' ���������  glllplfl-lf  BBSMama-AMffi^  Ko-tp Mlnard-o "Liniment In the- Houoe  \\\   n.    v.   :ir.so  Fresh and carefully packed in pure  oHvc oil. Keep a stock in the pantry  for easily prepared, enjoyable meals.  n-'^t -n - mmm.- mm ' MmmM '���������   ���������- ^  *���������^^M  mmmiMm  ^i^U-i"-*****^^ J-iJ.  B    REVIEW,    CKEST02^r9    B.    a  /  _������������&  a  is  T3 **     A        i  _r*s   i   "  ^ ^1     I  ���������k-iIlXDS  trlave   Created    Cir^ater    Interest  Iri Marketing Methods In Canada  i  "r*T"-������*l      * A.A, 3  Will jditenu  v-UAiVclltiGIl  j  , The success of last year's efforts,  through the medium of the Boys' and  Chris* Swine Clubs, to interest the boys  and girls of Westerns-Canada in the  breeding of better bacdn types of hogs  has given a decided" impetus to this  year's effort, in the opinion of officials  o_f the Canadian National Railways agricultural- department. In Re-arty  every district also, where clubs were  organized last year, the effect is now  to be seen in the production general ly  Of a better class of bacon hog, due to  the importation in many instances of  pure-bred "bacon type sires for community use.  Organizing of boys' and girls' clubs  is reported from several points along  the Canadian National lines, fn addition to those which last year had entries at the various; exhibitions inr-the  western provinces, and, as a result,  it is anticipated that "the contests for  the right to lepresent the provinces at'  the Royal Show in Toronto - this year  ���������wiii be even more keenly fought out  than were those of 1924.  Not only among the youngsters, but  also among the older people, is the ef-.  fqcCoJ; the, swine club movement being noticed. In the case of two Manitoba points; where swine* clubs were  organized in 1922, marketings of .hogs  increased from $5,325 iti 1921 to $31.-  300 in 15)24 at tlie first-point, and from  $l;350 In 1921 to $2-U>:37 in 1924 at the  second point of! shipment. Apart from  the increase in nurnbcvrs, the most  noticeable change was in the quality  of the hogs. Whereas the color and  types were ve v mixed prior to the  foi'm'ation bf the clubs, the shipments  in 1924 were practically all one color  and the hogs, were of very much superior quali'y.  -   Clubs are organized under the joint  direction of the Dominion and provincial  departments of agrieullurev with  .the following objects: >-  To    stimulate   -greater    interest - in.  swine raising amongst boys and girls  and to develop a morn general knowledge of swine marketing methods in  Canada.  To give boys and girls, practical instruction In "swine judging., so that  ;Uit-y'may have "sufficient knowledge of  the desirable market type-to enable  I hem to .select breeding stock intelligently.  To     develop     the  community   principle of swim- breeding.  To'demonstrate the value of producing a'superior type'of bacon-hog and  ���������j marketing it to the best .advantag*?.  i     To create a closer study of produc-  .?a.������,a..,V.Ul.t4I.lcll  ������������ iiiLc't    x" am ,  tne  Toronto, Ontario, in 1925.  (3) The winning team from each  province will compete in an inter-pro"-:  vincial competition while attending  the Royal Agricultural Winter Fair sit  Toronto, the winners to hold for one  year the challenge cup presented by  Viee-Piesident W. D. Robb. "  Annual   Agricultural  Statistics  Census of Field Crops and Livestock  For 1925  It is announced by the Dominion  bureau of statistics at Ottawa that the  annual census of field crops and- livestock for 1925 will be made-this June;  These statistics are collected jointly  by' the Dominion and Provincial Governments by means of cardboard  schedules nlsucd to farmers through  the rural school teacJhers and children.'' In British Columbia they are  mailed direct to the farmers. Theso  schedules call for the acreage sown  this year to the principal field crops  and for the numbers of farm animals  alive on the farm in mid-June~ The  areas thus* f.oUected form the basis of  *���������  the annual statistics of acreage and  j-ield- It Is very Important forr all  classes in Canada that correct statistics of agricultural production snoulti  be published, but it Is especially so  for farmers themselves who through  consecutive wheat pools are now undertaking to marke-t their own wheat  and other products; because accurate  statistics are essential to the fixing"  of fair prices. Any farmer who has  not received" the blank cardboard  schedule through the rural school of  his school district or otherwise by the  middle of June should make immediate  application for same, . either to the  ������.eac������*3x \jl ma; puunc iscnvjui. ������iair_iCc  in which he resides, to the provincial department of agriculture- at the  capital ,of his province, or to the Dominion statistician at Otl-awa.  General Deyelopment ot Uairvmg*  . ��������� - - -. ~      *"*  Is    Gradually   Revolutionising  .V^estern   Canada Agriculturally  -������  0T4      ���������  -__I  One  ne* _  iree  Burn  nine  Lumber Industries Will Fail If Forests  Are Not Conserved  Dr.  Robson   Black,  manager of the  Canadian Forestry Association,  claims: '  In, meteoric manner Western . Canada has arrived. at a .status where it  seriously asserts its 'posit ion a s a pre -  rniei' dairying country. A decade has  seen a situation "of a dependence on  dairy imports changed to one in which  f mSHJons:.of" pounds of butter are made  Jas.    MacDonald,    Editor and Proprietor  of  the   Courier,   Unity,   Sask.,  Eiau     a i G������n_nr_ui.     ui     cjliS     >i.������.������_rvS.a,v;.-_.c Vtcixa  Division of the" Canadian Weekly  New-spaper Association. Mr. MacDonald hopes to have recovered sufficiently from" his recent" illness to attend the Annual Convention to be held  in. Winnipeg on Jttne 24, 25 and 26.  -In  British  Columbia  we  burn  each f available for export every year.      Yet  year thirty-two times as^much timber   Indications  are frequently given  th.it  as we fell;  farmers   in    Canada    are   what  has  three-fifths  of all lumber users;  nine f tf'n 3*ears  trees burned in Canada for every one  felled with saw.        .  "VVe ^peak of the greedy lumberman,  but for. every $5 worth, of lumber ho  Farm  Sales A Barometer  ;tion  costs, mil  bring about improved  -methods of feeding and management.  A    swine    club    may be organized  r where It is  possible to secure  ten or-  ���������*--^:inorje,:.,.,;fneiuo".rs     between"    ten    and  twenty-one "years of age on .September  ^first of .fhe;*iui*rcnt yoar.  j     The    members    must    all havo the  "' name   breed, of   pigs,   which   are   the  i'progeny of a pure-bred btj,cou sire.  i     All 'swine  entered  for 'competition,  * either ill a local fair or In carload lots,  must be owned and fed by. a mnmber  lot tho club  for at lenst three* months  '.- previous fo date of the local exhibition.  The moml/or must" own. two pigs and  ^.preferably   '.hree,  one   of  which   is  a  {female  to be retained    for*   breeding  \ purposes.    "  ;     Pairs of pigs are to be exhibited al  ��������� the local boys" and girls' club fair, or |  ���������u  fall ngrlcultural  fnlr. or, In tho'tib-   Industry,  ponce of "oil her, at', a1 specially, arranged swine- show.  A club may also exhibit a carload of  .; pigs In a carlot e*omp'*"tltJon. whieh la  -held   tit  a   contra*   point   In  11������������.   prov-  l. Slice.        .    , ���������  Tlio ^'imadian National Katlways, in  order |o encourage the worlc of Boys*  and Ch'iV Swine Clubs and tho raising  !'of select bacon hog*- In territory tributary io their lines, offer tlie following  j-.peei.i'l prizes:  (I.) The winning denionstrniion team  ol lhe Hoys* nntl (ili-ls* Swine Club  from each provinciiil district shall he  the guest-- of tin* ('tinndliui National  llitllw.iya. while travelling over their  line,'" io t lit- plnee whore lIn* provincial  caiiitit compf Hlon in held cacti ynar.  (:*) The d i'ii i on.si rat Ion (ram of the  1 Joys' tinil dels' Swine f'Ttth winning  1he provincial <;lnitupfon.shi|> lit llii.'i  coiup.-liiion Khii.II be presi'iilod with  j*oh| mi-diil-- hy (in* Ctuiadhm National  T*f:illwsi>'M nntl .-."lisill l������i> tlu* gurAls ot  the (!:uui<il.in NullomU flallwuys at j JounuillHin'-  ������~-������������������_ _��������� .   ������������������ ��������� - ;t lu hi I   Ijji f I ���������������  Outlook     For    Agriculture     In     West  ' Creating   New"Confidence  One of the most convincing signs  that Western Canada .:is staging a  come-back is given in the report of  the department of agriculture of Manitoba with respect to the- sale of provincial lands for the eight, monthfe  period ended on April 30. During  that period Manitoba received $240,000  for the sale Of lands owned by the  government, and on interest, and 'capital payments on- previous sales. This  is the largest, amount received during  any previous eight months, since 1914.  There is -row a much greater interest in farm lands in the west than-for  many years. The enquiries suggest  that'practical..farmers are once more  turning'their attention" to greater production. The conclusion to be drawn  from that "circumstance is that the  outlook for agriculture has improved  to such an extent that, the population  depending upon the profits from that  Industry Is inspired by aThew confidence. That is a -wonderfully encouraging s"yrnptOm of business revival.���������  Sa-'rnla Canadian Observer.  Epidemic Of Fairs  Sweeping Germany  Cologne Stages Three Big Exhibitions  In   Search   of Foreign   Business     '���������  '; yThe    epidemic - of    fairs which  is  -sweeping    over    Europe    has    istruck  Cologne, which has just held its third  exposition in less    than    two    years.  Time was when German enterprise in  fairs was limited to the old- established fair at Leipsic; with Frankfort as a  second  rats   contender.       Now  there  are; regular  spring  and  autumn fairs  in   Leipsicy Frankfort,   Berlin,   Koen-  ingsberg, Breslaii, Danzig^Cologne and  several other.;' cities,   y  It is  but riatvtral that flie Cologne  fair^ has "as its --.specialty' an exhibition  of everything connected with modern  heating.      The Ruhr Valley    is    the  i great  coal  and  lignite  basin   of  Ger-.  j many, and many and diverse are the  j inventors  and  3rm__   occupying them-  I selves   with   the   problem,  of  rational  j heating.       This  year's   fair   abounded  in heat-saving, de-v-ie.e-3. such as small  "stoves, producing" heat economically.  The promoters of the fair say "that  this year's business was good. There  have been numerous buyers from Belgium, Holland and England and even  some from France.  cuts he has to pay $4.50 in costs and  interest,  25 cents of 1he 50 cents to other cooperative businesses' jn tiie.l������mber  ttade.  In.spite of that our timber interests  are attractive enough to make the  Americans come over here in ever-increasing numbers. We have the best  spruce reserves in the* world. They  should be. good for from twenty-five to  thirty-five years���������with care. The  woods we need to save, and which will  have the greatest industrial value for  our children's ehildren, are spruce;  white'''-'pine','"'."arid"''':&*. "'_' Last'-'year'; we  burned in !Canada 5,000,000 acres of  forest. Unless we, make a real and.  successful 1 "elfdrt: ib A. .preserve 7 our=  forests! we can say to the 5,000 timber  arid lumber industries In Canada ,"��������� *' You  will have to close up In. 1935."  We are more fortunate than the  Americans. We still own the land  on which our timber grows, while the  Americans sold theirs outright. We  make the lumbermen' plant a tree for  every tree they fell.  v In noother industry do we have to  wait, so long for results, but in none  are the results more valuable or more  diversified .j���������"London Advertiser.  been achieved in the last  is but the foundation upon  greater dairy-  which is to be  built  ing industry!  "Recently dairymen representative of  e four western provinces, meeting at  Regina, -completed the organization of  Also-he has* to pay another  the "Western Canada -Dairs*men*s  As  sociation, which- takes --in.- 106,000  dafryjiaen in Manitoba.- Saskatchewan,  Alberta and British Columbia. The  central association will govern  branches established in eaeh of the  provinces, and an. active programme  is planned for furthering the interests  of Western Canadian dairymen.  The three principal objects of the  association defined are: (j) To improve, conditions for d*airymen in the  western provinces. (2}- To secure  markets, particularly export markets,  iarid^to" devehap the most efficient and  economical selling plan both for home  and external markets. (3) To secure art; In-creased dairy production of  a -higher standardized quality. These  plans are laid along lines iri which  there has been already great development in the past few years.  ��������� The butter manufactured in Western Canada is of a consistently high  quality, due tp....uniform...." grading, so  that at national competitions-"it'' sm--  passes th^t-''''-'6fy'the-;;.ol^.:'eas'tierri:' provinces. It has favorably penetrated  I export markets, so that there is every  encouragenaent    for    stimulating   pro-  iulc. a.rt.noc.  Stay On  the  Farm  Irrigated Land  In  Sugar   Beet   Production  Assuming Considerable  Proportions in Canada  Production of sugar beets In Caiuulu  during 1923 amounted to 150,200 tons,  valued at, $1,922,068 and grown on 17,-  941 Rcre-.H, according io a bulletin issued by the bureau of statistics. The  total production of granulated BUgiir  from hoots in _ 1023 was'.89,423,160  potlnds. This year the acr.eago de-  vo"ied to^thls crop -will undoubtedly be-  much larger titan in.any.previous year,  due to lhe ere-establishment: of a  sugar beet factory in Southern Alberta,  wlw������re over C.OOO acre-s havo boon  liUitiii'd  to be him this year.  Southern Alberta Irrigation Area  Good Financial Condition  According to the, annual report of  the Dominion water power and reclamation service for the past ^year, over  72.000 acres ofthe 77.000 irrigable  acres ln the C.P.R; "Lethbridge project,  under the water agreement were irrigated, there being 937 actual users of  water, while the total value of crops  grown ofa the lands exceeded $1,000,-  000. Referring to the Taber irrigation district of .17,000 Irrigable* acres,  now in the third year of Irrigation  farming, crops were good *and the district in sound financial condition, the  surplus funds having Increased nearly  $8,000   over . the  previous   year.  which a Tew* year* ago was importing  i large quantities of butter, now exports  I upwards of 7,000,000 pounels per year,  Withior Iiearly  70  per  cent, of its pr*oduc-  1 tion is marketed outside the province  \  after    supplying   home   requirement's-  The   Advantages  Are   Generally  the  Boy in%the Country  We   farmers  have   been  led  astray.  In this matter of schooling by a* lot ofjLast *"ear Alberta practically doubled  We read frequently that thejits W������r.ts of butter to Japan.out or  Vancouver,   whilst  Western   Canadian  zealots.  education of the country child is in  ferior to that of the city child.. The  reformer*^ who state this���������people for  the most part -interested in education  as a commercial proposition���������point to  the one-room school, the poorly paid  teacher, and the short school-year.  However, they do not try to prove  that the children, who have remained  on the farms have ever, fallen down oh  the job of production or that those who  have left have been unable to compete : successfully in business- or professional work. Some of our reformers forget the advantages of disadvantages.���������G-lenn Birkett in the Atlantic Monthly.  Creamery Butter Production  Baroness Is a Lawyer ���������  Sii'iinge*r thing's have* happened thun  ilull  a.p.-eruKK jn  her own  tight may  yi'i  !���������������' a law lord.      1/uly Clifton I*- in  the In tost hatch of banisu-i"*'.    Tho 2fi-  y ear-old  baroness  Is owner of bnt Ins  aa well uh bin It.      In ono of her law  cxuinlnalioiiH jhIh;-came out first  In nil  I'higland, antl  slw  lvnikes    money    by  or   lhe   Kind ' Unit   Is   wise.  tin*.  Hiii-;! i'*tt-'M 11  with  Itm*  Prosperous Farmers  Farmers of Alberta Have Larger  Returns Than City Residents  Addressing the board of trade of  Central nnd Northern Alberta, Mr. I-I.  Gordon, district .superintendent of the  government land brunch, stated I'thatt  84,000 men engaged in farming in the  province of Alberta during the year  1921 had a re turn directly from lhe  land from farm products of $217,000,-  000;, th-it/is a gross average of moro  than $2,"{00 por funnel* over and above  whal he* raised for his own can**ump������  Hon. HI.*- net. average, therefore, Jn  aslilgh, If not higher, tlinn the average return oj' tho VIIy resident."  Considerable Increase Is Shown Dur  in .1924 Over Previous Year  Creamery butter production in Can-1  ada during 1924 amounted to 182,870.-j  S53 lbs., as compared with 162,834,608 3  lbs. ln 1923, an increase of 12.3 pe������. '  cent, according to the annual report 3  of the department of agriculture. Production by provinces in 192*1 was aB  follows: Prince Edward iBland, 1.63C,-  497; .Nova Scotia, 4.094,282; New  Brunswick. 1,156,161; Quebec, 65,5*9C,-  027f'Ontario, 59000000; Manitoba. 12.-  632,714; Saskatcliewan 1.3.5S3.902; Alberta, 21,5000,00; and British Columbia, 3.G70.670.  butter as deA'eloping a regular market  in the British Isles, to which it "travels  by way of the Pacific coast via the  Panama Canal.      -'".>..  The general adoptioA and development of dairying 5s slowly revolutionizing Western Canada as an agricultural area; Superb herds of dairy  cattle are now to be frequently encountered, and It Is to be. remembered  that tlie Western Canadian provinces  first produced in Canada the.champion  dairy cow of the British Empire and  have developed more- "tlian one world  champion. Where a few years ago a  silo was seldom to be seen, this is  coming to be the natural adjunct of  every mixed farm. ln the past five-  years the production of alfaira in  jl Western Canada has increased from  1112.S00 tons to J47.S00 tons, and of fod-  ������dei* corn from 253,500 tons to S70.200  tons. The farmer-in Western Canada has arrived at a more intensive',  securer conception of agriculture  ���������which, according to every indication,  : he is making directly for.  Britisii Woo! Considered Best  England  in  Weaving   Was Introduced  About 1335  From the earliest time ".he wool  grown in Great Britain was considered  the best in the world. In the time of  th*** Itonlan ck���������mijkhIom or ill-* Iwinnil j������  manufacture of woollen cloth was established at Winchester, il������e cloth bo-  inR for the personal use of the Emperor. Woolle-ii fabrics In conslder-  abto  quantity  began   to  he  manufac-  1  O.a.J,  Canadian Tobacco  According to Trade Commlsploner  E. L. McColl, there aro good possibilities In Argentina for Canadian to-  uttcco, and smnn niaiuUaoture(rs liavc  cxpi'esRttd a. desire to exneriment with  Canadian tobacco /or blending purposes. Argentina Is a heavy Importer of.tobacco from Cuba, Kentucky and  Virginia. '      .  Government Motion Pictures  Advertinlnfl    Canada's    Natural     Resources By the FUim Method  "As  pnrt of the government motion l  picture bureau's plau io encourage ili������',turCfI hl England about Iho year  taking of motion pictures In CunridB.f wl-en w������*v,nB *H* J.'V'oduct.'d by .lolm  which wervcfl to tidvcrtise the country, j Kurnpe and ottur nvtUum from Fhm-  bring   capital   here   and .exploit , Can-[ "<"r*"  ada'a   natural   revsourc-ts,   Milton  S-UJh, j "  motion pic lu io actoi*, nnd a company, \ Ooo"t Answer Her  will   arrive   shortly   nnd   proceed to,    "Caterrilllars are ihn most vontciou*-  Bouchcsno    Creek,    obotu. 240    niileH-'i-'f a-i liviinS" eii-aniifs," n\U\ a mitur-  nortli. of OUitwii, whore a picture will  be taken featuring lumbering scpiiw  in Northern Ontario. ���������  W    N.    V.   ir.va  I own peiuil  The  averngo  length  of  life*  i United   f-tttn't^H  In  now   f." j������o->v*",  icrease of 15 years since 1870.  In  the  nn in-  Boy Seoul (to old lady).���������May 1 ac  company  you  ������cross  the street,  nia  dam? j *   Old Lady.���������Ct.rtalnly, somiy.      How i     S-Jevent-e-en  m������-������ out "or every  100 In  liflwy"   hfty-*'  i*o ii   h-~-'''Ti   ���������������"nl*in'   l>���������������������������-������.*|,   .or'Nor*- ������*-������"<" "f-olfflaw tho "������'rt or hi-<* jW-n.-n-i-  somebody  tovUi3cu you ucross7 Jc-ti  ton  ill  fo-������' u  livelihood.  ;ilI,si.       "In su naioniii :* ������.-;������.-(��������� ri������itl;tr  uiii  eat abouc 600 limes Its weight."  Whereupon an old htdy who was  somr-what dear luterposr-l: "U"ho*-e  bo-y did you -*ny he was;'**-���������Chris*lim  AdvoeuH".  pjj iapfP'S?;1  :-.,02fcSiSSS8:lfa - SK^iS^  DEPARTMENT OF LANDS  Crown  Permits to cat hay from the  known as the Creston Flats will be issued at  Lands  Sl JL-U"r.a������������9  AM  4*"������-_  m%m\Jf.  DUCK CREEK,  CRESTON, Saturday, August 22  at the -Ureston Hotel.  PERMITS will be issued by the undersigned  atthe above places on the dates mentioned.  W. H. BROWNE, Grazing Ranger.  Creston, B.C., Aug. 12, 1925.  For  Pianoforte, Organ ana  Singing Lessons  AR1HUR COLLIS. Creston  P.O. Box 74  CHAS. !-������SOQRE, C.E.  EWGIWEER   .ARCH3TECT  SURVEYOR  *   [Registered]  eiiE������TpN;''''     b.c.  OGILVIE Goods are dependable  *soi_&!  Fob Salb���������G lass churn and quantity  of sealers. .'Mrs. I*yne, Oreston..  Fob Sale���������One butter worker, and  one-.. Babcock ^fereath,tester. P. R.  Trusicott.  "Wanted���������Good ranch horse, weight  Ubput 1300 lbs. Clements & Yonng,  Eriekson. -7.  Fob REKT���������HDottage, nic*-ly_ located,  lasonablt  tzibndson.  reasonable   rental. "Apply   Mi-**.   JSd-  Keep np the MUh  *'*-#--_K'*a~  *������  *-Bib***-**-���������At- Vancouver, on July 28th.  to Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Hendren,-a  daughter. "   ,..���������"--  Lost���������On July 22nd, Masonic ring;.  Reward"to ���������fader on leaving same at  Review Office. ' ..'' /';'.'.-7--/ ���������   -    ,  ["   Fqb  RB*HT^-Fnrnisht>d    rooms   ffor  i light  housekeeping.    Apply   Mrs.    J.  Arrowsmjth,Creston.  FOB SAI.E���������-Baby buppjy. almost ns  good as Hew, $12 cash. Enquire V.  Mawson store, Creston.  The Presbyterian .Ladies* Aid .. are  preparing to have a novelty,-peanut  and ice cream stall at the fall fair.      y  FoRf������Al~i���������G-room bungalow onfo.nr  acres of orchard, wittf" good buildings,  and water.    Apply H. Lyne, Creaton.  Miss Rose Cherrington got away on  Thursday for a three weeks' holiday  visit with J*riensss at Fincher Cr-jok-  and other southern Alberta points.  According to the official records  July weather at Creston averaged 87  tn the shade. Six days of the month  showed better,thtth 90 in the shade.   -*  Mh_oh   Cow^Vob   S_x_y--Je*reey  Shorthorn, q***K3t*and"gentles giving IS  quarts of milk daily. SSO.    Also calf, 2.  weekH old, *$5.   Carl Wigen, Wynndel.  Mr. ^nd -Mrs. -Walter Lfaniy and  Charlie 3_*eassjy "of. _S>!!ogg, Idaho,  arrived yesterday by motor for a few  days visit with MWaind Mrs. I*. Loamy.-  *-- '"' Y-k  Rev. H. Varley will be   hack   fiom  his holiday at Edgewood at the end of  the week and there 'Will he service in  Christ Church at ,_& and 11   a.m.   Stm������  wftyj -        *"-_ -_.  Mrs. Hopwot;dy. and children are  away on a two WeeTrs1 camping trip  rtgwn Kootezis***- ' iiJifes iss cotimanv  with Mrs. Coupland and family' of  Bosweii. * -   "  Jas. Conk,got~ aw$y on Thursday  last on a business' trip to Kelson and  Vancouver. At th* latter place it-  will spend a few days at the big B.C.  exhibition.  The weather.still continues very dry  and toler&by c������***t. The smoke from  the forest fires is about the thickest  and most, prolonged the district has  ever witnessed.  WANTS���������������Applets, tomatoes, crab-  apples, and onions, in car lots. Don't  sleep at the"switch, write or wire us at  once. Langstaf? Coal Company,  Moose Jaw, Sask.  D. T. and Miss Scrisngeour are away  on a two weeks'  visit witb  friends in  Vancouver and coast points, going by  motor via Spokane, and  leaving Fii  day morning Sast.-  Miss Hardy of 'Agassiz has been  -secured to replace Miss. Ej-txton in  charge of the primary room of .Creston  school, and comes -highly recommended for the pos'tlon."  Mr. Hamilton of Revelstoke, one of  the relieving staftof the Bank of Commerce^ is in   charge   of   the   Creston  branch in  the absence of Mr. Scrim  gfcour, wbo is on  EM  i  \^  Creston Valley Go-Operative Assn.  -       -      -      ER1CKSOIM  CRESTON  aTma;������viatwJL,������  Up till the end of J������*ly 41 forest fires  had been reported in the., territory  handled hy assistant forester Jas. Jory,  almost half of which are classed aa  seriou-*. At one time about .the end of  the month over 3 00 men wereemployed  on the -blazes at .Kitchener and Summit Creak- *"'-'  Fob Saxe���������3 heavy horses. S ponies,  4 Maasey-Harris itiowenr, 1 Deering  mower, 2 dump rakes,  1 side delivery  I rake* - 3- sweep rakes, 1 stacker -on  w_etgon, J Dain loader, 1 haling press  with   quantity    of   wire,   1   portable j  3 weighing machine., -stove, etc.    Apfijy  '������   .jLpmmmimm:.   ���������mjmmx m ...mm  of Miss Huscroft will foe pleased to  bear of iter graduation as a nurse afe  the Lakeland hospital in "Lakeland.  Fla., in May. with astanding equalling  tho beet attained by any graduate in  the state thi-* year.  ..  Will not taint  the milk nor  ������rsM?8 the' h&ir  Fob Sa__s���������-Kew  sewing   machine,  framed  pictures.  ton.  Raymond cabinet  $2t>. Also a few  Mrs. Stocks,   Cres-  Jacksons  Mrs. R. Walters and daughter,  Doris, were visitor*-" with Cranbrook  friends a few days the fore part of the  week. *".'���������������������������..'..������������������  Creston baseball teant lost the first  g<ime of the season on Sunday* when  they were trounced at Kitchener by a  score of 6 to 5.  Fob Saxjb������������������ Some slightly used  . Matriculation books, going at n reason*  J able price. Apply by mail to Evelyn  ��������� Hurry. Creston.  Angliqan Ohurcb Services  SUNDAY, AUGUST 1*S  Watki n s' Vegetable  Oil Soap  3 Barm  12 Bart*  tf nn  Watkins' Vegetable Soap is a pure  soup made entirely from high  grade cocoanut nil. It contains  no animal fats, fillers or coloring  matter. You get 100 cents worth  of soap for every dollar spent.  FREE SAMPLE of Vegetable OU  Saap lo mt)������ry pmnon who catlm.  Other  Watk.ne.  Boat  sterling wortl  of   equally  are:  ������-ps  thi  Baby Soap  Crystal J���������<mc St&op  Pine Tar Soap  Germicide Soap  Mineral Bath Soap  The family of Wm Hendren of Calgary, Alberta, are motor visitors at  Creaton this week, guests of Mr. and  Mrs. G. Hendren.  Creston Valley Produce Company is  having a platform built on tho track  side of their warehouse to expedite the  loading of car loti*.  The Rod and Gun Club is asking for  a one-day open season   for   pheasants  ������aaa   t^������.^  Ha.la.IU  of  *lu.  ���������u... a  and male birds only.  Fob SAtaB���������Drai  %  ���������witli three sawitr,   8|   cut   hiiy   mower  saw, circular saw  hiiy   m  digger.   W.  CBESTON  with pole,   Deere potato  A. McMurtrie, Creston.  2.1 x: mul TAm. C IX. llmxa and Uttlh,  with Mrs. Hare, sr., left on Wednesday  on nn anto trip holiday their dentin-  atlon being Vancouver.  A- l>. Manuel, who has been working at Kimberiey for the pant mix  month-*. Is home for a abort visit with  Mm. Manuel and family.  Wantki>���������Spring     i-o*i������iera,      al������o'  duckrt, higheiit cniuh prlc4* paid.    Dong  Barney. Pacific   Cafe,   next  Mawuor*  JBros. old i-torc. Creston.  Foil Sales���������Chevi-olet touring car,  all part* recently i-ivm-wed, thr<n.' new  tircu and battery last fall, little u������ed  ������\tn:v. $270.    McMurti-U-, Cscutini.  Wttu fiht.u,���������Rmail **<i*>k wt^.v#t. wood  heater, dining table and tlm-e chair������������  hand vacemm cleaner, and quantity of  dry wood.    Mrs. Etontley,  Creston.  Fob Sa_b���������2 white enamel dressers,  wash stands, Morris chair, dining  table, dinner wagon, cooking range,  heater and other'articles.' Mr**. \Lealie  McMurtrie, (Alice-Siding); Creston.  * Mr. and Mrs. ���������3. B. Twigg w������*re  holidaying in Neiiow a few days the  fore part of the week", in company  with Mrs. Hebron of "New Denver*  who has been their guest  this month.  The United Church Sunday .school  are having their annual picnic on  Wednesday afternoon.., next ori the  ^Goat River bottom, to "which all are  invited to^ebmetand brir-g a basket of  eatsi  Alf. Nelson, manager of the Creston  Valley Produce Company, it* n-yriy.cn  a business visit to prairie points at  present. . He figure*- on having almost  twenty carloads of  tomatoes   to   sell  this season..  ��������� .���������-'��������� .''-���������--       ��������� .���������, ��������������������������� "���������. ���������'-.  -  Up till the end of July anto  drivers  licenses to the number of 286 have been  iKRiied at the Creston office of the pro  vincial   police.     The.    revenue    from  number plates is  already  up  to   the  $3700marU. .    .      *  Considering the none too prosperous  times the Valley is experiencing the  sale of automobiles is well up to  standiird. Up till Ihe flmtof tht* weeh  eighteen new cars had been sold in  Creston and vicinity.  At the Ttieiiday night meeting of the  United Church board of managers  instructions wen- given "the building  committee to start at once on the  addition to the church, and the woi k-  men ure now tin tho job.  . The Mc*Alplno poultry farm has this  year established a Kootenay record for  early laying pullets, some Barred  Rocks hatched on March 18th starting  egg production on August 8th���������ten  days short of fivo months.  The 40 young people of the United  Church who have been In camp ut  CulfctiB Oreek for ten days, fjot, hack on  Saturday. On Wednesday Rev* J.  flerdman took it party of Wynndel  young people into camp for a similar  stay at Kuskanook.  W. H. Browne* the provincial grassing ranger, Victoria,  arrived in from  Mtiiriitton Tuesday, nnd will again  huvo charge oil haying;0*. this Halt* thin  year. Etaowhorc will bo found an  announcement ap to the dates und  places for securing pertnlta.  The conU act of painting the exterior  of Ihe central school building was  awarded Mr. Ittinh last week, and ho Is  now hard at work and will have tho  Jul; ccisssplct**-*!! Sa thrc-c *^���������*-*,**!;**',. 0*ir-  penters aro nlso at work making soma  needdd repairs in the school interior.  Mrs. Geo. ������nd Miss Mabel Huscroft  of Avon Park, Florida, are renewing  acquaintances in Creston , this week,  guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Craw-  for^. Up till six years ago iheywere  oMtime Qreston residents ������ntJ^*l  receiving a   royal   welcome. . Fri^it-.������-  CRESTON  Sand 11 a. sta.  SIRDAR  7.80 p.na-  Layai Brisiia lodge, Ne> 2095  " M-^tsTHIRDJ-^HURSDAYof  _   .  each   month   -tit    Mercantile  Hall.   Visiting brethren oordir  ally invited.  BRIO OI^OH. W.M.  ���������vat-5  CRESTON DRUG & S  GEO. O. K.ETL3-Y  $5.00 Gillette Razor  for a limited time 91.0a .  Armand's Cold Cream  *t<*ace Powder, a fall r&rigo.  .' COMPACTS from COc.'. - ;  Candy  TofSee. Roil.  Wc. l\x    -MOKt'S C-Ooolates, Ma! th.  GLOSTORIA  Makes the hair' stay pat, 60c.  Free samgilcs.  How. you are   througli  with   the   Stirawberi-ies: and  Raspberries is it not time to attend to jyour  requirements in  Peach? Tomato i Cucumber Crates  Apple Boxes and Crates  W������ can make prompt delivery of these.  *  "BOX MANUITACJTtjitB  Wu|l.iiiiii.i|i.iiin__i.ii  1  1*1111| y^JJ q -T I I'lllj^.^ ,    I j jJIjUJI *Jj  SESCr  S3 j  We also, handle a line of GUARANTEED SECOND  iHAND USED CARS- ..........<���������-.'���������-  Garages ^t Creston and Kitchener  with.a full line of. Car Farts and" Accessories,'  R. S. SEVAN, Prop.  figs* g*Sk   BB' RjS ^LA.  Excluawe front iMaler  i  mm  nHHn

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