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Creston Review Aug 21, 1925

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 *������"-.  ���������* ,0"������ *  --->   ���������"..S'B'-V,^    r*'  55*^ -���������**-y2-^y-^^^c,^^^^/y^>'^'-y k/; ^kPT^kky^.  aY,-,^:l"  X  ^       a**  -;*>  V01-. XVII.  ORESTON. K ���������^  & ^AUGUST 21, 192S  Augiif| Session  Btcmrd of Trade  ,    AU records for attendance at a hoard  _���������* *__-_!=- ���������__4.S_-.__ ;���������   *"������_���������v_4-,._  I.? __>* !������..__.���������  <m ibMuS auevrkaiog.lw   wisevuu ��������������������� nw re...  six years "-ere shattered atthe August  session on Tuesdav _ighi last, at -which  -v ��������� ^Jf -  the features was.a statement by Geu.  P. Horsely of Nakusp, who, that after-  soos5B fef������S 'stsfesd ������' *s.'--,tsr right cb  Goat River canyon with the intention  of sole^ afeffl^d w**h iHes fSevelounsesio  of that splendid power to serve Creston and district with electric light.  Xhe meeting, was in charge of President Allan and the other' business of  tfaeeveni-g, which was largely routine,  -was quickly disposed of in order to  have ample time to discuss with the  visitor the proposed light service. ~, - ���������  Mr. Horsely' was introduced." by  Chairman Gibbs of the light commit  tee, and in businesslike fashion stated  that he had -spent some time previous  in ascertaining the possibilities of the  canyon power,, as we II as the Creston  district as a customer fur eltfctrseity-  ahd was so favorably impressed that  he had heen able to interest other  capita*, along with his own tp aa  extent wbere the financing the project  was noi worrying b*m. Be outlined  the installation of the plant at Nakusp  about three years ago* and -how, in  ttittt time, it had grown from a ie venue producer of less than S2000 a yea*  to Just a. little over $6000 yearly at the  present, ttkne. and was confident "the  outlook at Crestos was** some better  iuiiei hS. ������iukt*sitp.  v Ilia plan is to ultinuatSey electrify  the whole vallej, and for a start will  serve Brickson and Creston. Rates  quoted for light jftnd power were a  revelation to the board as to reasonableness, and the cost of wiring ptem-  tare tvgge v^^7^map^SmV.^9sUtr^v  figures w^Kre fi^veni^s^ the prpba.ble*  cost of the -pb^er'r^Usst- an3���������other  virorks at the canyon, Jo_ty.it has been  learned that ' Mrs" Horsley is -well  qualified to supervise the whole pro*  Sect, the undertaking- here' being similar to the one at NakuBp, except- that  It ie oh a larger scale.  Work on construction cannot  start  until the expiry of at least sixty days  which ia required  to allow for advertising, the hearing of objections to the  giving of the water, right (if any), and  th_ is^uing-cS tha ps-nsSSv- hy   S3������e  department.      In    the    meantime   Mr.  Hnreely will be busy, getting a line on  the-whereaboute of the needed equip*  . ment. and   will  be 7hack  shortly .to  complete. Hn������I  arrangements   for the  formation of the  necessary company  to handle  the development,   -tad   in  Which   some    local   capital -' will   be  needed, though, juat  how ; much   the  visitor was not prepared., to  say.   noi*  was he   pressing  this   angle   of   the  undertaking at nil. 7  - Before the meeting udjoin net) Major  Mallanduine   took occaaion . to   introduce a vote of appreciation of th** eer  vices rendered the  board   by  G. B.  Garland, wno leftat the  end   of -the  week to go into  bus! net"*-  at Kelson.  For at least six years Mr. Garland has  " been prominently  identified   with all  phases   of   board   effort  and   in   hie  depjiftura the  organization 'loses one  of   Its    moBt   active    members.'     In  acknowledging the vote Mr. Garland  Aa&tkKcu. il'mir he iihu  untie ' oniy   what  every live citizen should be pleased to  lend n hand with���������-and   must   participate jn if the community Is to advance  in proportion to ita opportunities.  , Ericfeso������ - challenges " Kuskanook to  equal  the local record 'for egg p_**oit.  production, Paul Stinson having some  two pound samples to offer csasl^sssers  <os August ISth.  G> P. Smith, who is summering-it  his ranch hete. sgent-tt few days with  friends in Spokane last week.  Mrs. Alf. Pslnser.wass. visitor with  "Spokane friends a few days the latter  part of tbe week*  Mrs. Paifreyman and Miss'Cotterili  got back on Sunday fgmn a three  weeks* holiday visit with friends at  coast points.  - ThoseJBarred Rock pullets at the  McAlpine ranch that ���������oiaimenced. lay  ing ten daysshorfc-of five months of  their birth ore very likely birds, but  sat. the Stinson ranch some -Leghorns  batched on March 18 commenced turning out the eggs on July 28tbe- which  Ss about twenty days short of the five  months period and constitutesa record  that will htfcrdly be equalled this year.  -   i - -  The Brickson-Oreston district parted  company    with    two     old time    and  esteemed citizens .on  Tuesday   when  Mr. and .Mrs.   James Stocks   left  for  West Toronto,  Ontario,   where   they,  expect to make their home in future.  They have been continuous ret>tdents  in the *v*ulley for'at least twenty years  and by .industry and intelligence-have  Ptasts Devel^pls^g  C^yo^-Power  **        -      _. *���������   * ' ' - \  The first _ genuine ������$ort  that  has  been made in connection with develop*  tt _���������_.-.    ^.1__      _*"*_~_._4.        _*������_������.____.._..___        *���������__.      -Jrl_X>"..   -. ___L ������  Sng the Goat River- canyon to supply  .Creston "and iiistrici .wjfcn eiecfric light  and power was accomplished on Tuesday last, when after ������ previous invest"  Ig-tSalOK of the stream sino: a careful  look info the recotde ^for many years  past as bept ������jf the water recorder at  Nelson, G. P. yHorsley ":posted the  statutory notices on the stream, and is  also advertising the fact, that it is the  intention of a company, at which he  Will be he-id. U. take*asi������l* use 76 cubic  feet D*yr _?������<;*������**_ *"-" *t*te������ "-!������*-'������'*'>������"������-'������*���������-  of electricity at a plant to be ei-ected  at the canyon.    ,. ;--    \.  Mr. Ko*=s***iy is ni^uager of the  Nakusp Power Ckinipan^. Ltd.. which  a couple of years ago installed a power  plant to serve, the Ae^dsef _*T;kuE*p and  district, and . fwuii ^very modest  .beginning now ha&*2_0- customers taking light and; power*. Tt������ the Review  Mt*. Horsley statelet that his registeft-ed  plan of development calls for putting  iu a concrete dam witH tclnice and pen :  stock gate tb the power house. The  dam wilt he 70 feet' high, with a width  there, returned home last week, and  report having had a fine trip. Crops  in that section are also reported good.  Mr. und Mrs. W. J. Cooper and son  were Nelson visitors a few days list  week.  M. "Wigen  started  the   yearly  run  at bis box factory on Monday, and is  now turning out boxes of all  debcrip  tion~*  tainly without  a   peer,   the* oldtimv-i  Stocks $ Jackson place being for years  have beestt ; splendid citizens and ah.  Barmy of friends will hope the change  will aestore Mr. Stocks', none too  robust hfalth.and that they may both  enjoy many years of congenial retired  life wherever they teside.  of 90 feet at the -top, and the first unit  proven themselves horticulturists cer j tt> be installed 'will develop approxim-  Mrc "*?"*������ nkoughner, who -was sa-rio-ss-  iy tiurt while working in the woods  tht? Hsiiiisss!" **.!!<__ who lifts been In  Trail hospital for a long spelt, returned  to his home here oh Sunday. He  manages to' get along fairly well on  crniches, although far from being his  oldtime self.  Mrs. and Miss Quel! and - Mil's. sitvgI  Miss Rose,' who have b������*en the guests  of Mr. and Mrs. E. Wall this summer,  left for their homes in Calgary, Aita.a  on Monde-y.  Jack and Charlie Penson and Billy  Robinson got away last week for the  prairie, travelling in -the former's  Ford. Latest i-eports are that they  are at Clares-holm.' Alberta, and have  jobs. Crops are good in that section.  th������*y^report." "*-  Tbe bass are biting better than ever  this year, and some very fine catches  are being brought in, although^ very  few real large ones are being 'taken.  No. 27  telyjSSS horse powesi.   s  For a start lie* will  distribute   light  the^shovvplace of  the  district.   Roth, and power overall the^~ territory from  Miss Halstead and a_ps Southaro of  "Winnipeg, Man., who have been here'  on a two weekg** visit with' Mrs. H������i-  ^tead, rejaurned lipase at t"h4*������n^ -ofthe  week.  Huygens & VanAckernn have clearing operations about complete on  another three acres of land which will  k-*.  son.  a���������,*.   ���������*���������_������    strawherries   in   the b  out   to  ip_rJwilG_P4DifjV  Mm. G. W. Harrison left on Friday  for Booth Vancouver on a visit with  hei hunband who Is In a hospital there,  and whose condition improves, very  --lowly.  Mwu. Suwa Pfwaer got away os'ii stiutH'  day on nn cxtonded vii>it with friends  In Halifax and other Nova Scotia  points.  R, Tint re ton le spending a couple of  weeks at Aim-worth, where he Ie one  of a survey party In charge of Chan.  Moore of Creston.  Th**- *"ii1-*M������������. l-nvM ������������>������������   thao������^r    *-Klaa.    -an*���������V  a. '  -      ������������������..,.     --... .tim.    ........        ..........  ot) addition to the IBS. Cartwright  fc*<.'i_].._a������ca w.itrak a second ������tory I*  being added lo the present home.  be set  spring.  A Mr, Anderson, an evangelist from  Winnipeg. Man., had service in the  church on Sunday ni<?ht, and had a  fair turnout to hear him.  Canyon Trading Company are giving prises at Gi-f-ton'*' fall ftsSs* avf a SS  lb. suck and W lb. Mick -itf flour for the  best col lection of two luave-* bread,,  dozen buns and doKeh biscuits made  fiotn flour purchased at their' store.'  Weal thy "apples  f wim   tlf e Canyon ���������  district  are   moving   out   this   week.  They are ok'for stee and of fair color  and are going out cratedv  MIhh Muriel <Knott got back at the  end pf -the week from Vancouver,  U here-ehe haB been for some utonths.  past.   ���������'  Due to the unfavorable weather the  United Church Ladies* Aid at Mrs.  Browell's, scheduled for last Friday  night, had to be cancelled.  . CO. Kodgers reports that duelo  the Ideal Mncfcen-ie Ring weather  this year's hay crop on. hie various  places is the blggost he has ever taken  off in the seventeen years he has been  operating. Iri this section. He will  have at least SfiOO tons and h������t.B pur  chased the Blair bay baler to put It up.  Rod and Gun Chin mem lion* find  hunters generally will be looking with  favor on "tho Canyon district thk  ���������eaiBon anrely. Within the week 3eft  Knott haa brought down a white owl  measuring 4 feet two inches from tip  to tip, and I5d, Clark was almost  equally fortunate In bagging a similar  bird that went 4 f-**t 1 inch. Still  more important is the -statement by  John McPh4-n$on that a few days ago  he mow a lynx chawing a deer, while  iobn Wood Is awarded the chruropioEi-  ahlp at wild ^linnl observation with  his affidavit that one morning th1*  week be saw ������ whltf. coyotn wlthlin  flfty feet of tho atore, bin dog chatting  f y*** Bw#*M������!*l/ti������-������ ������r*>-P|i H***# r\*   ������������������������-���������#*���������.    1������n*.iiM.*-i V"! .m, *'(t-,  fchf-to latter cltl-fienn are teetotallers  and their intories art- worthy of  acceptation  the canyon into town ahd throughout  the village ~_afber whieh, he wf SB hm\&  bit* pole Jineyt������> serve ihe Canyon district and also Wynndel, and wiii give  a twenty Your hour service if the trade  Wai rants continuous operation'  light and power will ^*be sold on tho  met**-- system, and thia,tf_the rates will  be modest is indicate*- i*i������he fact that  he hop������*s to ^7 _6retr-^^^^^y:Ci^������H^  ra|e������ o_.a parwith^th**^ obta&lsiin^at  Majtnsp whe_e practlcatty eveiy hojuq^t  lioth'ntbe village atS&courjit*^ along*,  t&elirw-is now  electrls  l^fete_,  aassi  whei*e some of  the  hnusseholders   are  only payiSg 92 a month all   the. -year-  round for all the' light  they   find   it  needful to use.   Where power is used  the rate will be the same- as that paid  in Nelson, which city operates its own  hydro system.   The   cost of   wiring a.  house should not exceed 94-  for  each  light put ir**, except where stitches are  desired, in which case tbe Installation  charge is more.   In  any   service tbat  will be provided  Mr. Hirsely   intends  to see to it that provision isr made for  W. H. Browne of-Victoria -was here  on Thitx������d-.y issuing the   needful   per  mils to all who wish tn cut hay on the  _Q its this year.    Cutting   will   __������>*f*i en  Momiay, 24th.  A. Towson left- on Sunday for Cran-  brook, where he is on the fruit inspec  tion staff again this year.  Mrs. R. Uri and family,   who   have  fck-enfc visiting at Nakusp,   "resumed   on  r.HW_!������fc������r^toB_t!_ -   .  ���������^&yij~&T:Z5'~'~-'~~    -. -  j������������������*-��������� i-'r__S?_t'-''i*1'"-er^!;~���������   ������^��������� ^>v? f,t*dz  v*_ta������?<lie- ikMners   are  Hay Cutting to  ~  Start oil Monday  The expanding acreage planted to  benles bringing an increased demand '  for hay for mulching, and the passing  ofthe Reclamation Farm into new  hands precipitating the withdrawal of  tbe usual tonnage of hay cut on shores  in that: area, are Incident, that applicants for permits to cut bay on Koot-  eoHjr ��������������� auidf tui������   yvOir swOutU   StCiu uv������sr-  look; factors that are'bound to bring a  reduced tonnage to the individual  haymaker should fche expected Increased demandfor permits eventuate.  W. H. Browne, grazing ranger,  ���������win. is !jcjtc from Victoria, to supervise  baying sS&ira again, is busy this week  on the ttate putting b*tek the stakes  which, were washed out in the unusually high water that, prevailed this year.  He has just heen advised tbat grassing  commissioner Mackenzie has approved  of the recommendations made by the  Stockbreeders" Association st the  annual meeting in May, and for* this  year the charge on rushes is reduced  Jbo 3*������ cents a ton as compared with  half a. dollar last year whiii  rate will remain at 60 cents.  - Mr. Browne has not traversed the  whole area as yet but his impression ie  that the crop will be equally as good  as in 1*92������. Some cuts look better and  some are patchy but on the whole" it  should average up much the same.  J"������ w*s= r=������ Wyaoaei on the tS������ui iesjs-  ing p rmits, and those in the Creston  district will get their permit? on Saturday, 522nd, at the Creston HofceU-abd  at present it looks as if cutting can be  started on some of the locations by the  24th.  ������_-������_._ B.   vue nay  The records show  that in 1924 about  *#*- wtesa- bou>- aor ������n~-  ^^^^X^SOlm^^&^smiW^-&^--.-.' 7  ..,  _   *a ,    .-������.        - _ .      ^^_*   ���������----._.     li-ii,^.*.  ���������.' -'. 'a?i&-^"!iK^ri^--4-.*^_w-fig,j---'&itev."'. ^-  tneit^������^yinjpoi������n-w������������^.'gji������iHj^-^������^mfi-t w-sy-wsSBMiM-t" xvsgt!B*���������zm--jas9  -equiipn^rtt in i-b-i-pe for Ma^inj^ywhich urider ImW toi_K ; Hue "S_o.no nnastxally  ������������������Juice" on certnin   days  a   week   for  irohing and washing.  atartd on Mondayf  "   j-"   * .    '"a      " '    .' ���������* - ��������� .-  The Ttall Rangers-spent u.\ few days  iii caiiip at Kuskanook, returning on  Tuesuiay night.     T-r \ 7  "Mrs. Abbott, .Mrs. Slingsby And  Mra. Irving," Witb "their familres are  camping at Kuskanook,; and all the  reports indicate they are having a  good time.  Miss Dorothy Bottertteld. who has  been holidaying at Wilmer, returned*  home on Thursday.  John Moody, who has been drivingr  -teatn.-fo*rVie. J<-hnson, got away. in  his "bug** on Saturday for "Wisetown,  Sask., where he figures to take in the  harvest. .  Mra. A. 3riy and family,  accompanied Mr. Joy when he  to Saakatchewun tai harvest   his  who  Went  crop  COMING 1  LADIES*  ORCHESTRA  at the  bfl &llQ 1 lBS>3in9 DalllvOBII  DANCING at 9 p.m.  line first cut of?eIover and al������aJfa: oa  the bench lands "this, year -the demand  for feed, from the fists ^nm.y show - a  falling off, but at that the decreased:  demand is hardly likely to-offset the  increased tonnage asked doe to the-  on share cuts on tho bigg f tarsi last yea*  having to be provided fof.  If cutting gets under "way on the  24th harvest will be just about a month  later than it- 1604, when tho first  jrnowing was done on July 28th. The  rat na during July and August should  assure the minimum of danger from  the putting un of dirty h-sy, the downpours having been ample to remove all  sediment left by the receding flood  waters/  A quiet wedding was solemnised at  Gret-ton on Wednesday. August 10th,  when Miss H*w*������-1 Gregory, daughter  of Mr. and Mrs, A. Gregory, was  united in marriage with Bin er, third  son of Mr. and Mrs. P. Andeatad.  Only relatives of the contracting  parties attended the ceremony. The  young couple ifturnod to Wynndel  leaving on "the afternoon train on a  wedding trip to Nelson and points  west, after which they will reside at  Wynndel, :     ���������  26  For a ^op<i time uitnl tlio iitt^Bt  music in tho country, also  it novelty, being all ladies.  ������*V    '        f1*  ' * mm    *������ __*     '  B w_tf___   w*    _*H_ViO!___, ' v*B*bl_ia    B*Cw_fW  m^r%WMS ������&> ' a".K|i'a"~   t|.p."law.<U>*J*.K  :v Dance������������������������������������/:  * i ���������    ���������  USUAL PMCE&    '  Supper extra.  t  IFTTFR!* TH Till: FIIITIIR  mm*m U ��������� m. MiM MOM*  .IW.   ��������� ������������������ ������������������   wmi ��������� ��������� w ���������������      |  -���������    -       --    --������������������������������������-���������  -���������     _.__���������������____...____...__.���������_,________-__,��������� J_^_^J__-^���������J___^UJ__J^���������..._...3W  <WB-avuuc������< nii|   *������ m������-������-o  of   monther at  School Matters at .Canyon  Editou Revhcw:  8rn,~As a result of a rumor that  has been current for some time past,  ���������to the efflfeet that Mlsa Wood had  applied for the position of senior  teacher In the Canyon School, said  position being occupied by Mr. Kolt*  hnmmor- I have received a eommnnl*  cation from Mi*u������ "Wood, asking mo  to deny thin statement. Aa aecretary  of the Canyon School during the past  term, I am In a position to know that  no such application was turned in to  the Board, neither waa the matter  aver confcldoi-ed or -llucutwuied by tho  Board, during my term aa secretary.  Miss Wood states in her letter to me  that she, at no time In   her  term  of  entertained any thought  or  hope of  getting the position referr<HS to above.  A. B. POCH1K.  Atkm\fi\HiUn������s  John Parkin, who haa*"b*ren home  on a two weeks* visit, left on Saturday  for Michel.     .  Frank Simister has completed hla  building contract at Sirdar, returning  at the end of the week.  Guy Constable_-as a business visitor \  at   Banners    Ferry    nnd    Boundary  county points   the  fore part  of  the*  week.  J. C. Martin got away on Satmday  spond the next couple  harvesting.  ��������� ������������������'*..  M. Oakley is a   business   visitor  at  Nelson this week, leaving on Sunday,  Local fishermen report considerable  luck on the weekend- visit to Duck  Of-ae-h, In which section the run of red  fiafala on.  Pried 'Slmtater of Lundbreck, 'wbo  boa been a visitor with Mr. and lln.  Frank 8imist-*r, la away on a camping  trip at Twin Bay.  John Marshall has   the   lumber  on  the   ground   for    an   addition   lie   is  putting on his residence here.  Will Vaness arrireiJ home tfrom  Butte. Montana,  at  tho  end   of  the  week, and" will be here for tbe haying  aeaaon.  In this section will average  up almost  am good aa in 1Q&-.    Soioe  look  better  aud some ar*-.patchy.  i  JgJBlS'ffl'f'f^^  mmmmmw$  Wi^i������SW_^ _..aJl������lJ-J__^il,__JJ^_WIU.ll,U'J.^L'JJUIlil.h..  __.���������_._. ���������^^^^^x^x^^Sr^S^^^r--'^'^'"-':"  SH  I^HwnMtWiiW  l-WWWWWa.ililllllllMlWIIjJ.Wa.  .1:  THE    K������_vii!iW^   CBEjsxQN,  ���������u.  _*���������_as���������-  __       /**T"    &S\n.*m������������/-_������    .#���������/* *_!>_,__.     C mmln. m. I ^1.    "%f^m- ������ mm,  _������.  ,"������ *������ -_     "*"*"V.  '���������W_k_t-T_1YM'iiY_H_fiiK_nHyBiM '  CS' RAFAEL* SABATINI  'Copyrishted. 1922, by R������(������,cl S������t__������,,ni  <!CAPTAIK BLOOD," a V.uer������pli pictur. witli J. W.rreiiflCewgjJti'  is tbe Siile role, is as ������fap:stiss eS ;������_������ 'i>rilii_>s Bevel*'Ax  CHAPTER XXI H.-���������Continued.  "Perhaps it will be best." M. de  Rivarol took tip . a paper. "Before,  going further, I have to observe that  M. de Cussy .hastexceeded his "instructions in admitting you" to one-filth of  theyforizes; takein."    .;    -  "That is a matter between yoursell  and M.  de  Cussy, my general."  . "Oh,  no.       It  is   a   matter  between  myself and you."  "Your pardon, my general. The  articles are signed. _. So far as we are  concerned,  the matter 5s Closed."  "But, nom de Dieu! It is your  concern, I suppose, that we cannot  award     you     more    than     one-tenth  M.  "You are Quite certain of that,  le Baron; -that you cannot?"  "������ am quite certain that I will not."  "In  that case,"  said  Blood", -"it but  remains   for. me  to  present my little  account for our disbursement, and  to  fix  the  sum  at  which  we .should  be  compensated for our loss o������ time and  derangement in coming hither.      That  settled,   we   ean   part   friends,   M.   le  Baron.      No harm has been done."  "What the devil do you mean?"  "Is it possible  that I am obscure-?  My French, perhaps, is not of the purest, but-r���������" ,. .  "Oh, your Frenclv.is fluent enough;  too fluent at moments, if r may permit  myself the   observation.       Now, .look  you here, M. le Fillbusticr, you have  accepted    service    of    the    King\  of  France, you and your men.      The first  obligation   of an  officer is  obedience.  You  are  not   to   conceive yourselves,  as you appear to  be doing, iny allies  in the enterprises I have in view, but  my subordinates.      Tn me you behold  a commander to lead you, not a companion or an equal."   -  1   "Oh,   be   sure   that   I   "understand,"  Captain Blood laughed.      He "was recovering his normal    self    amazingly  under  the  inspiring  stimulus  of conflict.    "The only thing that marred his  enjoyment was the reflection that he  had not shaved.       "I  forget nothing, |������----  I assure you, my general.      I do  not  forget,   for   instance,   as   you   appear  to be doing, that the a.i"ticles we signed  are the  condition of our" service:  and   the  articles   provide  that  we  receive one-fifth share.    Refuse us that,  m  and   you   cancel   the   articles;   cancel  the articles and you cancel our serv- |  ice  with   thorn.       From   that moment!  t  we cease to have th.:. honor to hold J  rank in the navies of the King ofi  France."  Captai/i Blood rose, his officers rose  with   him.       Captain   Blood   bowed.    *  *'M. lo Baron _" said he..  "Vou   shall   bo   advised   ol"   my   re-  snlvr-,"   M.   le  Baron   retort ml.  That     resolve     provt-ci   to   Captain  brought these two togeth ***?*. Wolverstone was the cause of Captain  Blood hunting, audience with the admiral while lie sat at. dinner. The'  Old Wolf "had retorted with his ready  fist' a- mocking Frenchman's remarks  and had been flung in jail. M. de  Rivarol bade,his visitor be admitted.  There entered now into his presence a spruce and modish gentleman, dressed with care and somber  richness in black and silver, his  swarthy, clear-cut face scrupulously  shaven, his long black hair in ringlets  that fell to a collar of'fine point. In  his right hand the gentlemau carried  a broad black hat. with, a scarlet ostrich plume, in. his left hand an ebony  cane. His stockings were' of silk, a  bunch of ribbons masked his garters  and the black rosettes on his shoes  were "finely edged  with gold.  "Your people have arrested the  wrong  man,  M.. de  Rivarol,"  Cpr-ta/.*1  Blood began. "Instead of the French  officer, who used the grossest provocation, thej- have arrested Captain  Wolverstone. It is a matter which I  beg you. to reverse without delay.'*  "Sir,   you���������you are insolent!       But  of insolence  that is intolerable!"  "M. le Baron, yqu Waste words. Justice is justice in the New-World'.as  in the Old. That justice I invite you,  with submission, to administer.".  "With submission?"' snorted the  baron in furious scorn.  "At the same time- I will remind  M. le Baron that my buccaneers number 800; your troops 500* and _M.de  Cusysy.wi!ll inform' you of the' interesting fact that any one buccaneer 7 is  equal in action to at least three soldiers of the* line."  v  CHEWERS "always prefer tSieir tobacco in perfect  condition; this is' assured/when they demand it  packed in the famous Vacuum (air-tight) tins.  The following well known brands are now packet! In the  .famous Vacuum (aijr-lighi:) tint*.      y '  Rig Ben Black Plug Chewing Tobacco  /StagBrightPlug ChewingTobacco  Pay Roll Bright Plug Chewing Tobacco  Piper Heidsieck Bright Plug Chewing Tobacco  -v  ways ask for the femous Vacuum (Air-Ti  since M. de Cussy lias pledged us, it is ** brought up the  forces  directly under  "My  superior  officer!        You!        Why;  you  are just a  common pirate."  Blood's,    way    n������-*cr.    official    business j  NERVOUS I  BREAK-DOWN  Pains in Back and Legs Relieved by Lydia E. Pinkham's  Vegetable Compound  '"Vou will do me the favor to wail,  in-the arfte-voom, M. lo Capkaine. ��������� I  desire a word with M. de Cussy."  When the door had closed, the baron  loosed his \'uvy upon the head ol* M.  de Cussy. ^ -*"'������������������  "'So,.tin-so are the men you have on-  listed in ihe King's service, the men  who aro to sr-rve under me! What  ox plana! ions do you offer mo, M.> tit*  Cussy? 1 warn you that 1 am not  pleased with you. I am, in" fact, as  you may perceive, exc u'dingly angry."  ""The. Crovornoi* tfeemod lo shod his  c-lmbbinoss. Ho drew liimsolf stiffly  erect.  "M.  lo   TJ.u-(>'n.  It   was   folly   to  have  for us to fulfill .the pledges.      The articles   are- confirmed,   sir."    %   fc  Blood and his.ofncei-s'wei^ summoned a .week later to a council which  sat- to determiue their operations  against Spain. M. de Rivoral laid  before them., a project for a raid upon  tjie wealthy Spanfsh , town i of Cartagena, which was rich in gold loot.  Captain Blood professed astonishment. Sourly invitiiied by M. de  Rivarol to slate his grounds fof.it,-  lie. did so \vith  the utmost frankness.  "You  mean, sir, that: we are to sail  v. -  across.the Caribbean on an a-dventur-  ous expedition, neglecting that which  Ties here at. our very door. In our  absence, a Spanish^invasion of French  Hispaniola is possible. If. -\-*e-begin  by, rpduciug the Spaniards here, that  possibility will be removed. We shall  have added to the Crown of France  the most coveted possession in the  West Indie.*;."  M. de Rivarol to twelve hundred men.  With these lie .-thought he could keep  tlte buccaneer contingent, in order and  submissive.   - ',--'y77- -7"- '-���������'  Thpy made.up -atlimposi-tlg; fleet.^lod  by M. de Rivarci'st'fiagship, tltft^VrC-  torieuse, a mighty .vessel of H eighty  guns. Eachvof the four other French  ships was . at-��������� least as powerful as  Blood'sAraoella, which was of forty  guns. Followed the lesser buccaneer  vessels, the Elizabeth, Laehesis, and  Atropos, and a dozen frigates laden  with stores, besides canoes and small  craft in  tow. ���������  . .;.  (To be continued)  Unique  Cure  For  Seasickness  Eating  Up  Our  Income- Vv  More Than One Quarter of Earnings  7 Go For: Food .,.';'-.  North Americans literally eat up  their, ..income. .A .T.n years ago oii*"-  fifth of. one's earninj;s' "ivas deemed  sufficient for food. 'ToViay the figure  has risen to 27 per cent.���������more  than  ���������*.-*-_, ���������    - *  one-fourth. _  ���������Last year, says Dr. Paul H. Ny-  s'trom, head of the Retail Research Association,' the. total estimated income  on Ihis continent was- 6S billion dollars. Almost luili' .went to retail  stores. More than , 1S billions went  for food, tobacco and soft drinks.���������  Vancouver World!    "  Moving Picture Dsrccta.- Ss Conducting  Experiments At Hollywood  An experiment, in the filming of moving   pictures   for  exhibition  on  ocean  passenger  liners  as   a, cure, for   s-e*a-  Captain Blood laughed,outright. He B|ckness among passengers is being  had suddenly read the Baron's mind.} CMMluc,.ed al HollvWood. Cul.. bv  M. tie Rivarol. intrigued by���������.���������hi.s mirth,   Hobw.t G<  Vignola, a  director.  Forrl,   Ontario.���������" I   had  a nervoug  brcnU-down. a������ it. ia called, with severe  pains in my back   and   l**--B, _and with  fainting spella which left mcveVy weak. , ,,.   ,.       .  i waH nervous ,and could not sleep nor \iiVl ,'s|fHl   ,,u>   bucctni.A?r   captttin.       It  ent.  an   I  should and  spent much time  in   bed.     I  was in thi**   wtate, more or  lesH, for over two  yearn  before Lydia  !���������;. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound was ]  rfcornmendod  to me by  my neighbor, ���������  l.o fore  I   had  taken   five  dosca I was I  ���������"ittin-.^ up in  bed,  and when  the tirst :  l.tattU;'v>'.'i.-: "al.cn 1 wa:; out of bed and \  able to wall; around the houttc.   During .j  my Rickne.tH I had boon obliged to- got j  Home one to lool; after my home for me, |  but, thnnUs to the N*egt.:tablc Compound ,  I am now ahlo  t<������ !-k-1: nftor if. mvwlf.  1 have taken Lydia E. PinTcham'ii"l31oo<l !  ,\!orlicin<' in   turn   with   the   Vegetable [  Compound, and  I ^rtainly rcoommend |  iht-s..  medicines to any one who "h not'  .-.,..       -t  '      ."It,     '   ���������  v.-   ,-,..:..   ,,-��������� I i".r. ,,  * '-J<-.\ -'-K i'."{ ���������''   ���������-'���������-II--'.   -   ai.i ',,..-'     -' 4  for yon to umo these fao.ts aH a  testi-  t,t<,',:al."    Mr;t. A. Siir:cm-:iir������, V.'Jt Jo.������j. ]  .lanissM Avenue, Ford, Ontario,  Norvou-.TV'Sf*, irritat/Mity, painful  fiir.-'M, run-down (rn'Uxr^n and w*������nkneKn  rtrc ."v"mpt.orn-i to bn noted. Wom^n  f.i-fl'criripr fivjin I ho.'v.* troub!o-;, whi'-h  li)'������y ftoo'f'ton hav*������, nhotild" 'five Lydia E.  W'J.iMI       III!       IIJilllM.'Ml.       HI     ���������IM'I'I.ISt. \\ (' |  have  not   llit;  forces to moot:  force."     j  "M.   de  Rivarol   coiulescendeil   l'>  bet  mollified'.       Il   war.   noco.-u'Hry   thai,   ho i  slKtultl   save  his  fiice. j  "Vory v,*'il," he nnUl.      "Tto so gootl |  its   io   |-of:iil!   thi:-,   Ciiptaln   Blood."  Tl:*- r.-iptjiln (huh' in, .i.'^uretl Jintl  vory dignified, M, tl" Rivurol fountl  lilru rh-U'stiiljI.-;  hut  iIIxhouibh'il II.  scowled upon him" disapprovingly.  "Why do you laugh, monsieur?"  "Because I discover here an irony  t.lial, iw supremely drotl. Vou, M. le  Baron, General of the King's Armies  by Land and Soa .in. America, propose,  an enterprise of a puroly buecniioorhig  character- whilst I, lhe buccaneer,  am urging one that is move concevn-  with upholding the honor of France.  Vou   perceive   how   droll" il.   is."  "M. lo fillbiistti*.," fcjietl, Rivarol in a  thick voice, "If ���������j.eeriiR that I. must  ���������.gain remind, you7 tlia't, I' n'm your  .superior  office*-**."  "My HUpei'ior;o01o<)j:! \ \T\'ou'!" Why,  you :ir<* ju-Tl i. onnimo*.- plvat*1! M,  le I''ari-i>, 1 luivo tho Iionor l.o wish you  good-day."  lie ."-lalked out, nntl his three cap-  liilns, although they though I hlnv-mud  ���������rolled  itl'ttu*  li I tm  In  loyal ���������silence.  >:oy!'..'lhi.!i\'.'.:., It. -\v;t--" ' lo Cai'inj.ona  thai thoy willed In Ihe middle of  Mnvcli. ���������    Voluiiiei-iH anil negroes littti  "I li-tte this job of thinning out my  eyebrows," 'Said the girl at. the "mirror. '������������������'������������������'':'  "It certali'ily takes a lot of pluck."  said her room-male.  OOlllll.l'l  VVKftll      la*  in I-���������������.��������������� ki-  i ;. [iiJiin  tJikoti  .From  thiit ti  Vfitli-  Piiikh-im'M Vegetable Compound a fair j  AH druggi.*:*'* .'ie!! thut medi'-ine. j  : r i ;j  I.  W  >:i  1������-     CapiUtini',     I   h:iv������  witil  Al.  lo (imivoiriour,  r.-ll:-.    1IJO,   it    ju    (KIBHlblt  (i;i ���������     lu-aii    r-Ohiiitil l.-d.  .������������������hit II   bo   I't'loit if d, L  (atpliaiaa    illlalall     lall'Al'll. j  ".Viiil 1KJ-.V, >'ij-, you have hiul tht ���������  nii-hi fur la-fiot-i ion in thin iniiiior ol ,  tin-   uri |-'l������".i.        Am    I    to   iii)il������ i liiiind l  'hut    >ttu   f'llifiriH   m   lluit    \(iU   i'*-putll ���������  It f O    t Ill-Ill '.'"  "I    litivo   friii,",ldi'ri'd    that,    inn,"   he  ������, ������   , I a a a Ml.'I I I I 'l -li , .Villi      Willi     ������     <ll>      (l|lilM.������ll  1 i "lull III'   IIIIMlleli <l,   I   II ill - t   I illlK.".,   that  Limber  Your   hi Iff   liiiiHoloH   by   nibbing  well    with    Mtnard'"*,      Leiniing  ,_i iiih'tt-M   Uft-   it. SiWeiitlid    lot  Kpffihi-t filnl  lirulNOH,  The cause of peasicknoss, the direc-  lor declares, is largnly visual, predicated on the .shifting planes which*  clinract.prize the motion ol a ship. The  larger ocean passenger carriers .nr*o.  now equipped with exhibition cameras  and pcreens, and it Is Vignola's bollef  that pictures, can be made for exhibition on shipboard which will countei*-  ncl: the effect of the ship's motion a(nd  save the most, j-uscopflhle passenger  lioni th<* liorrot't- of mnl do mer.  Steady- Market For  Souvenirs  Of Brazil  Jewelers Carry On Large Trade With  Tourists  Rare (lit*- tourlr-f. who duos not leave  Brill-LI with a ���������;juvoiiTi' In tho sliii]in ol!  ti seinl-preclous {-tout* or Uie colorful  wing of a bnltoTlh7 Komi- buy IIu-k  Hitmen in largo numbers, for n Rio de  .Tanei'lo jewiioi* doclares ho has sold  iippro.xlmutoly 4,000 tiquamiirinos, for  about $20,000. to the JlSfi AmorlcaiiH on  bofivd "Llourisl stottinor recently In the  harbor,  Large blue bulloi'lly wings, the  Mrmpho. montiled 1n --ht':--. ti'tiy.^ ������,>1V  al. flu. rati* of ribout 10,000 pair a year,  and there jh a steady niurkot for  green beetle., nimui.1 oil s������s j-earl* pins.  v  \  ^^^m ^^m4   _____ta^ ^^& worn  ^ffl^fflj ^S mS^Km WMS^  Cost of  Pertsionn  Camilla spent $t!),6r>(.,'l71) hist year  Itir jioncloiiH and to ������*:.tahl[.dnnoiil. of  veterans of the Croat War. nooordlng  ni it repoj I *ii lii������.' de|iai l iiieiit. in  cltnrge of ihlri work.  Fill nn SMP Enameled Tea  Kettle. "Set iton the utovc  No Kettle will boil water  quicker. That lrieani* convenience, time saved* too.  All 322.5* Enameled "utewi-ll*-  are very fast com inn* to tlio  boil and In their job of cooking. Not only quicker to  cook with, but easier, more  citiicltly cl-Mined after. Tho'  beat any way you look at it.  Think this over.   '  Enameled  Tug   j/gf I  tlA iT\iu. B   B L.CO  *        ,-*..,������ m. 4 f*,  wi   /-** " I  OUUV1C  iam������ttm^ii^^mm4m������m#mm^  ^���������i/iri.iii-WHpaijiMiMi 4k  IHE    REVIEW,  a}*N ������_<������ 14    __  ���������m^?*-%)J-mKJ  "TON,  &;  S  ^���������'���������*T.'iw.'"i*niiw.iiii  ,_i.w  01     ������������ *������ **rr mrmrw  j_j__*r^ vwriv nr  B?-a*ark.-m    **f**fc*v-ar.,-a~.    T������ -IT-* CS~-   -*���������  **<*-"��������� *-*,,j"tt.u-aj^7 a ire-oca,   j  . After   eating or. ffinoking,  Wriglcy**" freshens the mouth  and  sweetens the breath.  Nerves are soothed, tjiroat is'  refreshed and-digestScs*. aided..  . So easy to cany the little -pacScet!  i-w*-9**ivr Kwrjr mtewB,*tHBgjff  H. B. Anslow, Iiirector of the  C.W.N.A. for the Maritime Provinces,  -and Proprietor of/The Graphic, Camp-  belltown, N.B. Mr. Anslow will attend the C.W.N.A>Convention at Winnipeg, on June 24, 25 and 26.  Lower Interest^ Rates  Germany's reparation payments  through the office of the agent' totalled  100,100,000  marks  during  May.  The Free Stale Government has decided to take part in the movement, for  popularizing'Ireland as" a tourist resort.  A total of 589.25-t spectators, 150.6S1  or whom were deadheads, attended the  Olyphpic C-ames last sunimer, according to official figures.-'" " '   ;  Tlie- Hon. Henry Cockshutt,"lieutenant-governor   of  Ontario,     lias     been  elected director of the CanadianT-uci-  fic   Railway   vice   Sir  Edmund   Osier,.  deceased. , j  The first Baron MacDonnell, of;  SwInford, died June-9 iu London, aged j  81..-' He will be remembered chiefly j  for liis tenure of office -ts under secre-'i  ��������� tary for Ireland from    1902    to    31. OS,  when he was Sir Anthony MacDonnell.  Official  circles  categorically   denied \  the "recent   report  ^.emanating     Irom'  Paris to  the  effect   that   a number of J  young* Germans were enroute to Morocco to become -officers*; under,. Abd-el-  Krim in his war against the French.-  Colonel Jame*s- A.������ Logan, '-American  observer on  the .reparations  commission* in Paris, has  resigned   for  "por- j  sonal and  business" reasons, and  his '  , resignation    has ' been    accepted    by ;  Secretary Kellogg. .   ' I  The Latvian Parliament has passed .  a la\v" forbidding the sale of alcholic j  drinTts at educational institutions, at  theatres, exhibitions, fairs, ~ln .provision shops, on board vessels in inland waterS) o"$ railway trains and in  railway stations.  Considerable Foreign Money Being  Loaned On Alberta Property -  Alberta financiers have noticed a  new influx of foreign mortej-. which is  being loaned on city property in the*  province at a rate as low as 7 per  cent. While not much British capital has been noticeable in the west  this spring,.Dutch financial concerns  are   heavily  inteve-sted in new  loans.  CUPSjgg*������^  ..������������������;" &ctusweJ>aUern$ \  Sore^H-eaal .Quickly.-���������Have you a  persistent ig'ore that refuses to heal?  Then, try Dr. Thomas' Eclectric Oil ln  the dressing. It will stop sloughing,  carry away the -provtti flesh, draw out.  \he';pus and prepare a clean way for  thefsgnew skin. II: is a recognized  heater among oils and numbers of  people can certify that it healed where  properly-applied.     ..- ..-���������  A.      Wheel  Chair Taiirist.'  James Thompson, *a*i Invalid .for 10  years, is propellinfr:'h 1 a way across the  country-   rrom   Cloyis.T-.-'NvM,^' to' tsTp4v  Yorlt,   in   a   wheel "chair.       On   arriv-  OUR CROSSWORD PUZZLE  .p^Kgg^^  Improvements  For West  Srn  I!    Amounts    Voted    in     Federal  . House For Necessary Work  Items for public works expenditure,  in   Manitoba,   totalling   527,300,   wetfe  passed in the House of Commons with  little discussion.  The   vote   included   the   following:  Dauphan Beach wharf, ?6,600;  repairs  "**_K"r*i-r"l     5T."!Tvr/*i"*:-A **v������ __-_,**.*-.--     -J*-*     ��������������������������������������� -m.V.v.-mi.r*    ^. ������ .1    ������������3������  ^��������� -s������    ^.l^jyj- *_. r ^aamx- Al WO      "-V     iJWX  K/XJS. ������*>    tlUU    ilV*  ers-generally, $10,000; Netley cut-closing channel, $3,500; Portage la Prairie,  sewer extension, $7,200.  A vote or $24,000,. for harbors and  rivers in Saskatchewan and Alberta  also "passed. .Provision wai^inade for  dredging and cribbing at Blairmore,  $5,000. Improvements in the Cowan  Lake and river route, $2,300-and the  Fort Resolution wharf, $7,500.  TL_~  IMC  f__AI-  ivciilcuy  For Kid  Quebec Lady Recommends Dodd's  Kidney Pills to. all Sufferers  With. JSad Sidneys  Madame G.  Boudart yj/as Almost  Un-  able- to -Work- and. Found   Relief  in  ������   -Dodd's   Kidney   Pills.  Val Barrette, Que.���������(Special).���������"I  have suffered so much from bad kidneys," states Maddme G. Boudart, a  well-known resident of this place, "I  was almost unable.,-to.,work any more  and it was necessary that I walked  every' 'day. " I have taken several  boxes of Dodd's Kidney Pills and am  now quite.well. I always keep them  In the,-house./ I ta"ke a box from time  that keeps me well.       I  Horizontal  l-^-Most contemptible.  6���������Male cat.  II���������Be ill.  22���������System.  3-t���������Form of  "to be."  15���������Shallow      receptacle  for  articles.  17���������Electrical  particle.  1S���������Requests.  39���������Labor for breath-  21���������Punctuation mark.  23���������Behold.  25���������Those*     who      melt  *   something.  27���������Exist.  2S���������Finish.  30���������Changes.  31���������Distant.  32���������Situation.  T3���������Merit.  34���������Beseech.  35���������Ascended.  38���������Strange.  40���������Preposition.  t . .** x.    ���������   ,���������    ���������  -. :���������-���������_ ���������____._.  41-  to  xhe  Pertaining  . .side.  43���������Pronoun  (Bib.).  44���������Strong breeze.  45���������Toward the lee.  47���������Have.  49���������Manuscripts    (abbr.).  51���������Open space.  53���������First woman,  54���������Measured.  56���������Merry.  57���������Declaimed in extravagant language.  58���������Devils,     r   .  Vertical  1���������Combat.  2���������Wind.  3���������Dross of metal.  4���������Thei-efore.    "  5���������Threefold.  6���������Kind.  7���������Conjunction.  8���������Currency.  9���������Noah's vessel.  10���������An assayer.  13���������Accomplish.  36���������Edible  tuber.  18���������Stupid   fellow.  20���������More than.one.  22���������Storage    house     for  arnis-  24���������Attack.    *  26���������Concise.  27���������Exchange.  29���������Excavate.  31���������From.  34���������one who bathes.  56���������Noted by details.  S7���������Obliterated.  39���������Hinders.  41-r-A youth.  4 2���������Mead ow."  44���������Narrow valley. ^  46���������Hence.  4Sz~Plural of ovum.  50���������Thoroughfare (abbr.)  52���������To bring forth (obs.).  54���������Pronoun.  55���������Prefix   meaning   separation.  Algarsson Abandons  ~   North Pole Flight  I  aaswer Io ixst Week's rtizzle  to  time  and that keeps me well.       I   iviay Try Next Year If Given Financial  advise all  those who  suffer���������with  bad! Support  kidneys    to    do    the same  as  I have        _     ...*-"    .. - .- _*~1   ...   .  jone.. y Grettir    Algarsson^-has    definitely  The   sooner   any   person   Who   per- j abandonedliis flight to the North "Pole  ceives-symptom* or these.fiorrible and   for this   year  owing  to  the   lateness  painful aisdirtlers 'brought; about    by|in--the delivery of his airship, accord-,  ing. tb Commander "Worsley, tjie sec-  bad kidneys; takes a-.-reliable remedy,  the*' 'better -for their -future 'welfare  and happiness. Don't wait for relief  lo come of its own accord. See to it  at once. Take Dodd's Kidney Pills.  But, do it now!  Farmers^-Tg. Benefit  Ontario farmers benefit to the  amount of about $42,500 annually  through the reduction made by the  provincial government of the intterest-  rate on farm loans from, a 6- to 5V������  per cent, rate now in effect. . Farm  loans are affected to the amount of  $8,500,000.  *0������9  A   Nightgown   That   Is   Practical   As  j_....._,       y , yWell As Dainty..."   .  p. Almost .^yery home sewer; dbjlghts  !in .making .her own dainty nndorgar-  | "hi en la.     There are so many beautiful  For Sprains and Bruises.-���������There is  nothing better for-sprains-and,, contusions than Dr. Thomas' Eclectric Oil.  it -jyill -reduce the .swelling that follows  a sprain, will cool the inflamed .flesh  and draw the* pain. It will take the  ache out of a bruise by counteracting  the in flam mat ion. A trial will convince any who doubt its power,   r  ond in command. "We now propose," saj-s Commander Worsley, "to  proceed to Spitzbe-rgen to carry out  geographical and scientific work there  in "the hope of obtaining information  about air currents and <3ata as to conditions preparatory to a flight next  year. The British Columbian airman  needs more financial support if the  expetlition is to have any hope of success next year or indeed if it Is to be  undertaken  at  all.  lug-Hat Indianopolis he  said he 'some.- ! Ungoiie   materials -in  the  shops   that  itiiwiu nmiiraa ���������������������������; miii-aa -, _t->v- wtiii tii,4! ,lu!l'������ '-s no difficulty   In   finding    the  tiling makes ,.o miles a iI-lv^ with the j rtght. mater,al; whothor u ,3e fine naitv  assistance of lifts from tuueks.  "fr'rr"'"'^  Amerncan.-Bo'r'nV.Canad!an$  I According to the figures of the last  j Canadian census ther,'].e'ai*0 374.02-1  residents of Canada Who were born in  the. .United States, oC whom: 237,99*1  are mitiu���������ll:*e(l Canadians. OIT-tho  total' of Ah������ericah-l}6rn>244,066 are to  be found in. Western Canada.  i������>7  sook, silk mull, French voiles, cotton  crt-po or crepo-de-chirio.    The gown 11-  liiHfi-nted Ih very easily made. ^...It may  ,be finished at neck edge and 4ihnhol.es'  i with narrow binding and tied togotlier  ! on shouldeis with narrow ribbon bows.  M'he   puttern  includes  a  berliiu, which  may^be of ull^ovor laceit a moro trimmed   garment   is   doslrod.       No,. 1029  made   tn   slues   36,   40  and   44   Inches  bust?        Medium    slz..     requires    51 Vi  yards of 3tt-lnch mtifeiial without the  bertha.;   % yards more with bertha.  .ttP.-.  '^mf^or,  kDahies* health  rand Strength*  ���������     TREE OABY HOOKS  ���������WrltJB lo The Hordtn- Co.  Limited.  Atontrc&I,   lor  two Baty** Wcltn-rc H-ooU-t.  .  ' .       ' ... v.., ..*������.**>**������..,  How To Order Patterns  :��������� ;*-y ,. y ���������, ...,.���������j,���������;,^j -   ���������*:.,... ,,   >������������������ ,  Address���������rWinnlpeg Newspaper Union,  175 McDcrmot Ave, Winnlpca  Pattern No.'  ,Slzo>.  Name..  Town..  Province ,  Si>nd 20c cjiu or a tamps  carefully)  (wrap coin  Communists  In   Britain  Only 5,000  Profq-ssed  Reds  In   British  '���������'��������� .Isles **.'-'  "''Although a certain, section of the  press give lurid accounts of British  Coinmunlst .congress held at Glasgow,  otlier sections announce that , the  whole .Coniiituaist movement ia Great  Britain has only 5,000 professed? adherents, whose actions are followed  with tolerant amusement by the ordinary working man and scornful contempt by the-- old-fashioned trades"  unions leadeYs. The-speeches at jhls  coriventioti appear to have followed  lines already familial* to the public.  OnO orator, a Greenock boy ot* 12 ycavs  .qjty'agc, headed his Greenock conteni-  poiarlea and proudly announced that  thoy, comprised the vanguard of a  "revolutionavy 'army.'-   ..,..  HEALTHY CHILDREN  ARE HAPPY CHILDREN  The   well    child*  is always a happy  child���������it is a baby's nature to be happy  and contented.      Mothers, if your little ones are cross and peevish and cry  a,great deal they* are not well���������they  are in need of a medicine���������something-*-  that will set their bowels, and stomach  in order, for n4|~ie-tentlis of all childhood* aiIntent s arise from a -llsprd.eretl  state of the bowels and stomach. Such  a medicine is Baby's    Own' ���������". Tablets*.  They are a mild but thorough laxativt*  which    regulate    the bowels, sweeten  the stomach and- thus drive ^ouu constipation     a1������l     indigestion;      banish  colic; break up colds and simple fevers  and make the baby healthy and happy.  The Tablets r-re guaranteed 1o bo "absolutely   frae   from    opiates'or'other-  harmful   drugs���������they  ennnot   possibly  do harm���������always    good.      They    are  sold by medicine dealers or by mall nt  25 cents a box from The Dr.-Williama"  M&cllcine Co., Brockville. Ont.  N.  nn  For  Aches   and  Linioictit  Pain*   Use   Minard's  Clears The Skin  W\ BSetnisks  If you have pimples or red, rough  ekin you can rely on Cutlcura to  help you. Gently smear the affected  part with Cutlcura Ointment; alter  five mlnutea, wash off with Cuticura Soap arid hot water. Dry  without irrita|rioti.  t>������2<Hi   ~wU������UM4im, LU.ta������"������������_������L     lvi������*, ttmtp  a^nxntimm. t6 And *0a. Y������la-tMtI ������*?���������  sSS    C-".������&������������*. SkaavliMr BtW*' X"*������. -  .H.l,...!.,.,, .M.M..IiWM||W _,I,||W,I..M..I,  .1.111    I,,1^,1!,. .1,,!,. ..I. ���������_,-,���������  New   Mounted   Police   Post  Contracts For Warships  Contracts for Australia'.*- two 10.000-  ton cruisers and two sub mar hies, havo  been    placed    in /Croat   Britain,   tho  amount   aggregating   ������3,500,001); '  A safe and sure medicine for a child  u-ft-ibled with worms is Mother  Graves' Worm Exterminator.  Olive- ,ij"<-e.s more  than  IMinard's     Llnlrnent    for    Corn*    and  Bunions  Adfr-lnlsterlng the Law In tile Northerri  Parts of Canada  George l������. MacKenxie, formerly gold j obi  aro   found   o������   the   inland  commlsslorifH- in the Yukon Territory,?jorca.  will be ln  charge' of the.parly goiiiR;'  north this sum nun* under the direction  of-tho depart ment of  the Interior on  bo-trd'the Arctic,        -���������      .������  The Arctic will pay the usuial visits  to the northern outpotit.*s, and~" will  carry Mounted Pollco to relieve ihose  palrols which havo boon in the north  since last year. '     s "' ' '  The department will continue to  cavjry on the'work; of sulm Hi la trail Ion  of "tlie norlhotn Islands, and a now.post  will probably be estiibllt-hed nn Kll������-  ni ore I .si anil.  1.000  yea rc-  ot'   Ma*  fb*Vov*EYE.S  jjRefresllies "Tired "Eyes  Write Mv Inc "** MCht<_ -8������>.f<>r"y������*C#reBo*>iV  OVttlt MAI--* * ftKNTUftV RtPUTIlYtON  Uln   I C PI  CUf-'C   **-IL.tt.-������  fOn  TUB  t������W".IJ"'<-H������**UI"l'"������'&'",������l-.l''t  l..4.Hf.Xtm  On i-ECLERD IS -for ^N/EM'w  avr* Jkito ������*n.t������mlm worn t.������iiir*������ mi.u.mi.  njCN ER.P'.E.      v������OKTa������ne  -������   ff   p*   p������i   |rlR|l# Jrm   ^*. #��������� w p^������ - ar- aa.a-iaa' f.4t 4.4.m  EJu"l_y������������������.j7_,������ C4>a>*a)aTta*" I ti<������������ In Itniljarial 3*.  DM, LVCLH'C *a|������J|.Ci>. ll������*#l������K������a.-������ l!(l. N.W ������ ]._.J,l|  ���������rUiUfel.tOl*-*!!.!"*'-'" Ha l'- .Tii-K������������������t������o.O������������.  MrM. ������������*UM������a>. Illtll. Waa*   VolllCUI.-  ���������  iWWiliiiiiaiiil  t&kwmmm  mmm  iii'riniit-wiiirrriiiiii-iratiia ^fi.*~m*....i>~.\sJXf--J-k. -.-J.J-^ -. ..r.-^mrp.. , ^fj^^ .^-p.f^^ff. y  weHIM-*,mx;m*H Wt CH __E*^>���������i  twsdMCmft&*fm  fr.,*  b ?  -'���������..."."���������  l-ftv  -(S^-S-^2-5^  _._bj_  -ojj_������j&o--asvj_-i  THE CRESTON REVIEW  Issued every Friday at Creston. B.C.  Subscription - 82.50 a year in advance.  03.00 to U.S. points.  O. F. TEa-SB*Editor and Owner.  OltESTON. B.C., FRIDAY. AUG. 21  Dandurand as saying.  "The policy  of the government requires nncon  _3_.a_.__ fl m.  oa������<*������jiu.e_ia vwjusssjus.  _.__.  MS  V8J.O  the Conservative* friends   were  so  anxious to amend the Custom"*- Act  LETTEB. TO THE EBiTBB  The Export Houses  J  authorities before granting a customs- warehouse license **for the  storage of intoxicating liquor m  bond, or before granting a licepse  for an excise bonded warehouse for  storage of intoxicating, liquors in  all provinces where the sale of  liquor is prohibited under provincial  ���������U_ __S2J _.a.' 11  **..y **__,v������  ������*<u-tr *ra<������_r  VI   Mir lua'aj   *s-rv������������  servatlveM-fiembere from B.C* introduce such legislation. - If it -were  introduced, by -liberals it would  most   likely   W  defeated   by   t&el  has written *-ucb a   letter,   -unless   he  figured wine was a  blow at the Con  servatives.   Id other words   it.  is   an  admituiipn that Senator  0-reen1*'   atti  tude shows its the attidndV of all   tbe  Conservative** m   Canada.   Tjhey  aa-e  paid by the people of Canada tn brin-~  such legislation to  pass  H*   to   be' ������f  benefit to the province they reprenen t,  At F- rnie the Sod and Oun Olub  haa a membership of 173.  i-.... --*���������������  SlB,���������I was not very much snr  prised to see Hilton Young*9 Better  in yosa:p lasts issue for, really, it is  sot the first time that Hilton and  I have had a spat, and I do not  suppose it- will be the last-.  I was surprised, however, at the  many bright ideas and suggestions  he brought forth,   but   when   one  If my recollection Is correct-there  were only two provinces in Canada  that were not "dry**   at   the"   time  upper chamber in  the   very   aan������|aild when-such  leKislati-m  _-.   this, legislation was passed, namely  British Columbia and QuebecC  Thus it will be noticed that these  two provinces were,not included in  the act ffii the time* and since the  bars were wide open in 191? there  waa'no need of export houses, and  later on in 1918-20, when this pro*-  vince was included   in   the   "dry  **  sossklers that  il   ii������a   t������R������ii   -"-{column Mr. Yotwtg himself tells us  write   a   repl������  way aa the" present* amendment to  the Temperance* &ct has been. ' It  i*3 all very well tp" take  plehiscitrj-a.  feist- to sssy ssstud'tSssMr tsvsi costEBs sslfcss-  getber too sai-*c& money. Since 1910  ~e have ������e- less, "ffann nine elections  and plebiscite!* ia"jB.C., aud _|hei._ way  lie another election before tlie year is  out.'   -""*���������  Mr, Y-wng cIo-hsh his Setter by Buying that Iought.fcn train my guns on  those locally, .Why. hoot tsion, thiU's  just what I am, tt_yinjt_ to do, bnt I  believe that the cheapest way to break  down the fort 'Ss to bs>mbas*(! the  bottom of it and the top will naturally  topple over itself. There in not utte  statement in Mr.   Young's   letter,  in  ,^-j.    *"���������."*���������-*"    *���������   ������������������       JIS       .      - ���������������������������_kJl_C ________#���������* *   "  three weeks to write   a   repl^   we|  realize that he must have done some  mighty deep diving,  but even then  it was mostly fool's gold   that   he  has got hold of.  Some time ago Mr. Young asked  me where I bad received my  information. I did not reply just  then, bui since several other people  have also asked me, and perhaps it  is just as well to let Review readers  know that X got my information  from that well known Tory organ,  tbe Vancouver Daily Province.  This, of course, goes to show that  there are Tories who can think  along sane lines.  Mr. Young has also accused me  of writing my recent letter simply  because I was a Liberal. Well*, as  long as I am accused of nothing  worse than that I feel perfectly  satistied.  shows  always hold himself   close   to  case for it is not   very   long   since  that he got up at one u? our young  people's meetings at   Canyon  and  told the audience that I had voted  ta  intt-o-  duced they leave the houBt? because���������  well, because. j -   -  Perhaps they are Tories and in need,  of u lit tie pr���������>tection Ye.**, neihapaj,  aud they^ will get it too. _. . , . But  thanfts to the upper chaisiber in the  Canadian hous> thia is perfectly legal.  If Mr. Young can show me. auythfi:>g  illeKul about it I uiu quite willing to  train tny guns* on . those locally ������m  pl*������ys?d by the liquor houses,' but, per  haps*, they are Tories und are in need  of a little -protection���������yes perhapt*.  . Sealed tenders adawwsed to the onderaiffised,  and endorsed "T-ende-r tos J&ui_. Protection,  Ca3umbl& River* B.C** will bs TeceS-ved -nntEl-  12 ������VfiK������ mm (darat*ta*9to������^rtdv.A*V&X3tm.  ins. ter the eons���������������icH.-osi.Qf *faxS_a&nsetec_<ono_c  QntnmMo, Ei-?S?   EL* RawS32t_fe"* ' lfwil-<M������a-y BVaa,  tricSi, ELG. "   .   ���������     - -   ^   J   r ..  . Plans and form of contract may be seen and.  specifications and forma of tender ������**_tt_ned at  this Department, at the office o������ the^tetrSct  stoko. B.C.  Tenders will not:"������ considered unless made  on printed forms supplied Tjy tbe ������cpaytment  ana in atcoordanee with conctltion-! eontained  tSisssiffi, " ���������__.'-.*���������  .Bach tender x_mst be acoompaoied by an  accepted cheque on a -bartered rank, payable  to tbe order ot the Minister-of Public Worka,  -xtoal to 10 per cent, -at tho amount of tho  O   M    S A MTi tft cs/iic    tender.   Bonds of the Dpminioa of-Canaaoa or  %*. an. BAUUiSLSUJN. 1 ^^ o(^c*ttiaaij*aKa,tio_J Bafl-wy.Com-'  that there were no licensed  export  houses.  In 1920,   however,    a   plebiscite  was taken iu  EC. aud   as. a result  ofthe compaiggiinPfr done   by   the  Moderation lieague  we   have   had  what is   generally-  called   government control.    Mr.   Young  knows  as well as. I -. do   that   governments;  control measis government sale a?id  Since   the government lias stepped  into  the  saloon keepers' shoes   we  no longer are included  in this part  of the Customs   Actt   and. if   the  federal  government chooses it can  license these warehouses themselves.  Why   then    does   Mr. .'Man'sott--.  Uceusd.--.'-them?'-���������-��������� For.-   the    simple  reason that under   a   B.C.   license  we have' at   least   some   way   in  which -he.'can' cope  with the illegal  gtnn'ff'  Green'fe- attitude, and since my letter  was one criticising ftfir. Green.  I can  not see any reason   why   Mr.   Young  The Courier believes af whole lot  of ~ people in Cratibroc k - have  chatiged theirjniuds since June 20,  W24. and that if another, vote oh  tha beer question were taken the  town would show a substantiai  majority.  \yi,ny will also be accepted aa security, or bonds  Sb_fn  _n_l������._Aw������__. 3tf>  fa in.ggCw.~a_    ���������������_._.     aM.tr. n������     _____%      S___*-*l  Ml alia, mm m^mmmf^v... .m  a.^^^.aai. v^>  ...     .....a.^. .������$.    m...     .^.'a.  amonnt. ...  Note���������Blueprints can be obtained a.t table  Department brdepoaltEne an accepted caoque  forthesiuno)**$f&0ti*yp3^ble to the o-sder of  the Minlsterof PobUo wi__ks. whieh will be  "wet**  A-nmiAaJt-i  regular bid.  By order, __  S. E. O-OUEN,  Departmeotof PubUe *Wor_a������  * Ottawa, Ausasttt, 192S.  y-  m\    -1   ���������&  De i ravening  /"  OUR   LINE  OF  _ ..-���������-���������       traffic that is going on.    Under"-a-  But even this statement) ^^^ ||oen^ k*'wnoid'n������fc' *** able  that   my   friend   does   not  the  I   do   not~ know    whether   the  attorney general  issued   any   such  licenses   before...-.the:: prei^int   B.C.  Ilaqiior Act was passed   or not, but  if they were it   was by Mr.   J. W.  m,  Farris, and his reputation is so  election.    1 am not, going  to deny  this statement;  but  certainly Mrs-  Foster was not a -Liberal.  However* what little argument  he-and I have had in. the past make  very little difference. We will now  turn onr attention ou his letter. I  heard -a little story not long ago of  ���������& boy in a public school- who was  asked %o write a sentence containing the word "���������jatiate.*9 . The  sentence h������ handed isj read, "*I took  Mamie Jones fpjrq*.picnic last summer,, and X say ahe ate quite a lot**  Ti; jo.������mti_-������q.������������q t*j ma  ������������a  if Hsitosi used  the word "sale" in practically tbe  same manner. For instance, he  says, * In 1916 the customs depart-  mexiit issued nouce to all collectors  tbat by order of the minister of  c*asft->ma permission for the cutry of.  intoadcating beverageist in eastums  bonded warehouses was withdrawn  from December^ 31T 1916, in all  proviocea and districts of Canada  where the "sale" of liquor is prohibited under..��������� provincial law,'* etc*  And later on   he   Quotes   Senator  run onuLm  11  All mr land &nd rwmonal propert***  Inc_I^"3:.i-*  O0oe and bo-tuna farnituim,  Imrwo ttroproo-l ������*fes.  Mason "fc IU������<_li. b������ii* m_ke plaoaO.  A boat 281 feet pUte ������_um.  _Aut4wnobll������i,  _Uurjl*������ut- mad traiwli-y -rtiolea  CkMxA vmrom em Vtum Lmwlfli and.  Creston improved, btudneMi and nrnP  cI-aiumt Iota.  J 'v *^������".s? j^y "t**-0 X^iZiiiM1  k^i lit* P Ckk+* Ji "O-w-v  t*& m*0  tnendlfhaitdvof toaedta] are toaehlng!  Cot that- aToqiomar sTUtl  aoat''-"  a'Jl belong          __ k&&  _r^hucDatJ4������t������.  ioat JtilvtmWail* Bleottrlo power, and tth*  trmd������iiM^tiio<rXron MoantaJa, wfciatu  till belong to O������������lou dl**trt*������-  V asn mo-HnirowHttjr to IH ht���������JtSfe.  1 -  R. LAMONT  CHC**ST'0''Pi  well known that there is no need o?  diacussiiig it here. To prove the  sincerity of Mr. Manson, however,  I would like to point out that  shortly after he had, taken office he  raised the export house license from  $8000 to SM.,000, Whets *>his law  was passed the number of export  houses was immediately rod-used  from 27 to 7, and I believe there lias  been a further reduction since then.  I have just mentioned the plebiscite that waa taken in 1920. Shortly after this plebiscite Mr. Bowser,  the ex Tory leader, speaking at  Nelson, said, "I have been told that  Nelson voted "wetv; 1 say they  voted right." Our local M.P.P. is  taking the very same point of view,  and yet Mr. Youing, who claims to  be a supporter of the prohibition  da use is willing to play follow the  leader with these men,  Mr. Young also states that the  Customs Act could be amended so  as to abolinh warehouses and still  giver individuals- the righr, to import.  He also says that the' people of  B.C have never given their consent  to prohibit importation by individ  uttlo.    Neither    have   they    given  flnj***- a_.ar\������i aatmtf     ts*.   m.TM^,15������j<t.     *-*U������v ttmiu  houses, but have  voted for government   control    which,   of   course  means   that    the   government   is  permitted to control tho liquor siltu  ation in any way they see fit.  It ss quite evident Mr. Manson  cannot amend  tbe Canadian  Cub  to tun Act. as this rests solely with  the federal government    Ho could,  ot'oonrse, brtnisr  prcMur������   to-bear  to> my mind t.ii������* would be a very  foolish step to take when by amend  Ing the Canada Temperance Act  he can kill two birds with one  stone, namely, abolish tho ware*  houses and stop   private   importa-  ti**"*"'  ^"O'ftb!    *Jrf   *!**!*"    "JTfST!'!.    t*.!1-*-*    '������T*^',*'t  steps   towftrd   the   elimination    o*  IxiiotE^giglng.    Bcalcl&a. Ef  ifomo   of ji  IS COMPLETE  GI^BJBA.G���������'��������� . .��������� $9.05 and up  and other such bargains.  . ���������-   -* *-"*   Newam-vuls of  'at a  "��������� m ^nji .-*-���������".    Durable quality and reasonable pries.  --���������a.-.-     "t.  '4 i?l ��������� '������4.54V'- "* '  LIMITED  iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii  gtiMiaB  dem* SS lo Pure Aluminum  ^S^^^   fm     SSxjm mmWmW ^mm^S H        ^5_r     B  B.B |^^B9 ' Bf^HW S__5 . ^La   BL.' H W__S ^_^3___t  '   -    ','a  :   , %y '. :."'������������������  14-quarfc, JJ53.50.       12-quart, $3.00.       10-quart, $2.60.       8-qiiart������ $1.75.  Our stock is new and complete ill  Whole and Ground Pickling Spices  A new 6viipiH6Ei^ ot tlie mmuua  .    TOOKE SHIRTS JUST ARRIVED  ' >��������� ' .-.'*-.-  Bombay Oorda, French Heps, Potter Frint8,.wifch collars to match. Popular prices*  Fresh Fruits and Vegetables in Season  Ofy gonitis  Simile  y^-^E^^^^^^^Hj ^^^^ff^T^Fa^k .T^^i_.BSSB___^__^___L.   muaaaaaa^LB^^Lmamam^^r    W^^^^^&?^^x  Furniture  ==ZSSS3S������!=^. ���������>������������Yfiim\wfwfltmt\  S__SH_St������***-'*'T m** **  mmtjjmmm  snnna&ftf&itfifsf 'S'HTT " ���������3lE������TOK" K-STIBW  i^9  I  Theatre  f* ������--!���������?_.      M lift      ftA  ddl |f Mllll. _������_������  I   ^S  jBd^ZMioraad-.  Jb*eeL____*ty present  St.  _   _ji,W_SRS'        IN  B _T^__I"'-I ^ w" -" T ��������� "    -:  .-'*".    .        ^F-   ^     "^   -, /.WITH- '    . ...  Be&eDan/efSsfiicfiardD/j  1  i ���������  The story of a strait-laced girl and a con- .  firmed woman-hater.    And what happened/  when   Fate  threw them together, ^.Ione-**- a  thousand -miles  from civilization.    Framed  .    in an actual,South Sea setting.  awriy from Victori-i on a. trip north  Guy Constable, representative ofthe  Oreston Reclamation Syndicate, has  had to postpone hisi_ti*!p to the capita  untif the 3Qth. ..The syndicate h. had  seyertetletters' JfroitV contracting; firms  on the othe-" side -wfu> wish to do the  di-aitraiSKte -work2:'. r ^       *  -  Grnzinfc ranger "W. FL- Browne has  j-ist con-pl^l-edj^riij. over practically  the whole flats are?* and just-no-v it  looii* as . f .Kayi'vi* would co!������!i������������en'*e c������~  T_<mdtty   24th,   jut������t   about   a   month  -i..*..-��������� frC,-.~ ������������������ inoJi-' ������ T^.^'i. *..   .t_,���������   ._:...,���������,  llllact    W������jl4l(  III   AO-__-_>.      .ta-uc    aaai     liljtr      .vallCI.  lyirifj so lohpfort'the "flats thia year the  quality of tfc_e hay will* hardly be up to  last yea .*"j������ sfandardy ''  Di%uce that will undoubtedly .attract  a lai-ge crowd   is   rtnnounced for   the  Grand fcheatie fraliro'mi on Wednesday  _.^ *  evening-, next,   August 26th, the music  ffoa* j.yhich' will , be   furnished    6y   the  La dips* Itiiperii*.I Orchestia of-Calgary,.  Alta.   They are playing: engagements  at aii the Ci'OW~*~3ine  .towtit*   and   hi e  veryjiigiily spoken ,of wherever  they  appear. _ Usual . prices,     with    supper  ,  ___  |j extra.  ST  \-i  MILCH  COWS ASTRAY  Strayed from the premises of the  undersigned at Canyon City on  August 14th, 19(25, two milch cows.  One black and branded *"__I_������ on right  ribs. Other, is<.red utuley_ carrying  bell. $10 reward to party giving  information leading to recovery JOHN  NYGAARD. Canyon.  , .'��������� *  WATmmZR NOTiGH  Local  Personal  ANNOUNCING PRICES AND POLICY  ~-       For the information or kSI ihe growers, we have pieasure in *3unniaT>  ting prices we have paid on all lines up till Monday, as follows���������  $2.2S  . 200  . 1.10  . 1.25  . l.OO  . 2.00  . . a.a>-  aso  2.60  8,50  1.50  CHERRIES���������Olivets, throughout season.  Sours *��������� -   ���������������      .  APPLES���������-Tc-Jtnsparents   - Duchess   CUCUMBERS, to July 31st _  TOMATOBS���������Field, to Angust 3.  Vau*line Secret, tit Asigtist ���������  R ASPBERRIES-rTo J tine HO, 3 00;  to July 6. 2.1Si;.rest off season  LOGANBERRIES, tc. August 8  BLACKCURRANTS, all season  lb.  /  RED CURRANTS, to July 3, 1.75;   u> August 3   BEAI'TS, to August, 3. Gc lb.    PEPPERS, to August 1, 12c.  POTATOES, BEETS, CARROTS, to August 3, 24c Hi.    .  CABBAGE, from Sa to 2������c-lb.  "We wish to announce tbat due to tbe fluctuations of the market it will be out  of tbe question for us from now on to give our Cat*-prices a. weei ahead as has been  .our policy in the past.   Prices paid each Week will be submitted in futures.  We ������tlso-want to make it clear that commencing with tbe fiist of tbe month  wo oto paying a bonus of TEN GEXTS A  CRATE  to. all  growers  who  ship  ,' their entire erop through us.   "We also t&ke this  opportunity to inform that individual growers must p$ck their staff up to standard or they will be docked  accordingly. ���������  Creston Valley' Produce Conraanv  ALF. I*-.__LSON, Manager   . -  Take notice that G. P. Horsley, whose address  is Nakusp, will apply for a license to take and  use 75 cubic feet per second of water oat of  Goat "River whieh flows westerly and draius into Kootenay River at Creston. B.C. Tbe wator  will be diverted from the stream at a point  1600 feet downstream, from the C.P.R. bridge on  Block 29, of Lot 812: and will be used for power  purposes upon the area described as the undertaking' of the Company, -within a radius of  twenty-flve miles of tbe power site. This notice  was posted on the ground on the nth day of  August, 1925. A cony of this notice and an application pursuant thereto and to the "Water  Act" will be^fiJed in the office of the 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., witb*���������i thirty  days after tbe -first- appearases of this notice in  a local newspaper.  GEO. P. BORSJL.ET. Applicant,  Bete of first publication of this notice's August  -145 lfl?s  . i������Yh_fli*SiS Of .  liNDA^AMENDMENTS  PRE-EMPT30N3  , v acaat, " unreserved, surveyed  utevra lands-aaay bv- pre-empted- by  BrUisik subjects over 18- years of age,  ap<a by sUexus on -decUu*ln_- intention  ���������to, become -British subject*., conditional -upon residence, occupation:  and improvement for agricultural  iturpoaeo.  ~ Pull Information concerning regulations regarding pre-emptions Is  Klven in Bulletin No. 1,-Land Series.,  "How to Pre-empt Z<and." copies of  which can. be obtained-free of charge  by addressing tho Department of  JLanda, Victoria, B.C^ or to any Oov-  *>\nmitmtyJk9WmVt....-x ^ ..���������A'-  Recor-Se -will be graiited covering .':  wnly land a_ltabl������ for as-riCttltural  purpose**, and which Is not timber-  land, JUc, carrying over 5.000 board  feet per acr������ west of tho Coast Range  and 8,000 f<eet per acre east of that  Range.   ;<���������'.������������������������������������-���������������������������:������������������ -. ���������;y- '������������������������������������_  Apijllcatiojaa foiV pt-a-emp^Sons are  tu be addressed to the Land Com-  jnissloner: of: the I������and Recording DI -,  vision, in which tho land applied for  is situated, and. are mode on printed  forma, copies of which can be obtained from the Land Commissioner  ' Pro-emptlohs must bo occupied to;  five years and improvements made  to- value of gift per acre, including  clenrtnfl- and cultivating- ot least five  acrec, before a Grtwh Oiknt can b*  .rocelved. 7 .-���������..*-.'..  ;B*or mora detailed information see  the Bulletin "How to pre-emtit  _And.r* "V- ���������'������������������ ���������  #",.   PURCHA8E r.  'Applications aro received for put*  cbaao of vacant and unreserveo  Crown lands, not being tlmberland  for aorricultural purposes; m nimun-  price of ftrst-olaos (arable) land is $5  per acre, arid second-class (grazing*)  land 92.60 per acre. Further inf or ���������  mation regarding purchase or - leaser  ctf Crown lands Is given in pulletln  Ko. 10, Land" Series, ''Purchase, and  ">"..?e������������9*_  of CrdV'SS X.-IS.R-1S:"-     . ', "*'-  ��������� Milt, factory, or industrial sites on  timber land, not exceeding 40 acres,  may be purchased or leased, tlio conditions Including' payment of  stumpage.  HOMESITE   LEASES  UnMUTrvnyod ar������vnn4 not ������-rncndl*-ij5 SO  acr������s, may bo leased as homes.tos  conditional upon a dwelling belnn  erected In. the first year, title bclnu  obtainablo after residence and ira  ���������provement conditions aro fulfilled  and land has been Burvcycd.  LEASES  1    For gracing  and.   Industrial    pur-  pbsas arcao not exceodlng 040  aer*--  trlay   bt������  loa-tf-rt   by   nn*   tiArwinn   nr   -  . company.  GRAZING  Under th������ Qra^dtiff ' Act the Prov-  inoe In divided into granlng dlntrlcti  and tlio rannrs admlnlstei-ed under r,  Onushur .. Commissioner. AnnunJ  j-railng permit* are issued based on  numbers riuigcl, priority belnur given  tn OQtabllohod ownarju. Slack-owuwre  may form ��������� associations for ran pre  manan-cment. 3**r*i������. or tkartliUlv tr*r.  u������-rmt*_ aro available ' for settlers,  issjmnsrs and travellers, up to torn  head.  Thje. largest Sunday school picnic  Creston has seen in, many yi-ar* whs  that- of the United Church on Wednesday, n-any of the parents turning out  also to enjoy the day. The affair was  held on the Goat River along the fiats,  and wsts favored with ideal weather.  Macyfrfcnds of Mrs. island had  opportunity, of saying goodbye and  good hick at an afternoon at Mi7*--.  Af allnndaine's on Friday, which was  given _ over- to music and oldtitue  sociability, along, with r������freshmerits.  and was very inuch enjoyed l������y the  whole -ouipaijy.  Mr. Evans of the water rights  branch at Nelson," with ust assistant,  werahere atthe end of the weel-  investigating the 4_Soat River canyon  U> approve of the site Mr. Horsely has  askiid for the location of the power  house for,the proposed electric light  plasat at that point.  .. Uecidedly cool weather, with about  .20 of an' inch of rain on F- id>ty arid  Saturday, pi-evai ed over the Weekend*  with Monday seeing a return to regulation August., hv^t. ,iThe tlioibture  was just a_out,enough to lay th** dust  and freshen, iip "the X'spp^awtnife - of  vt-getatioh generally. 'A'.. _ "** r  " * -      -     '-'      - ������������������   . .   ������ .   rt, '  . I3������e_~t"0 a severe hailstorm iate .last  Enonth Kaslo growei-M are not sure  whether -any of their apple crop will  grade even Fancy. Should it turn out  better than expected the co-operative  selling agency there unnoiince that  Chas. Moore of Creston- will have  charge of the packing this season. ���������.  Due to the minister of   lands "being  F. Powers fifot away on Wednesday  tii Mullan, Idaho, where he is expecting to be employed"'for the next few  menths.     J��������� '"'"   ' "*"  past'  on  <i������-������. Chudley,  who has  been work  ing around   lhe   ranch   for   the  month,   returned   tn   Klockmann  Monday. ;  Sum _Lnzachukr who is w-irking at  Kimberiey, arrive������l.-**in Friday for-**a.  few day*-."* stay on   hi������ ranch  at I__i*.ter=  John Loubet, who a few months.ago  acquited a farm at Liitatei*. got back on  Friday'from a trip as far south as  Calfornia. Me has" purchased ahorse  and other equipiueht-and is now busy  iiiipro4*ir������g his place. ^*  - Mitss Fra i*.ce*t- ;A|i*.lthouse left a few  days ago for 'Caigavy, Alta , where  shew ill niake an extended visit with  relatives.  ..Robert Jencks t-F Eburne bus been  secured to take'charice of th*- l..ist<?r,  school the coniiugterm. He pot-sesses  a th-st class ������-ei*tiiicate and conies very  nighty rec������>iumended as an instructor.  Mr. and   Mrs.    Albert Malthouse   of  Calgary, AU)*u-tii, accompanied hy Mr  and Mrs. Blake timi family of the same  ���������-   ' - __     "  eitv wesfi Fridav lite   Tsspsdnv    ������-������Hit<>_r������i  ������_ith "Mr.- Mit^Mre.. Ji������.<-4-  Malthoiu������e,-  the men licifl^*   .hri-th^irs. ^ "Jiiey   wes*������-  travelling by -iiitu sihd'er* 'route he������Die.'|  from a visit at Washington   state and.  Coat>t points. g  mJumt  to Remind You  that we keep a fall stock of  Guaranteed  CHEVROLET Parts    ,  Genuine FORD Parts  Automobile Accessories  . and are in a position, to give you prompt and Intelligent service on youi* requirements.  Goodyear Tirss and Tubes.    Exide Storage Batteries  CHEVROLET MOTOR CABS AND  TRUCKS '  A&ENTS  McI^UGHLIN-BUtCK  CABS  .  NEWS OF KOOTENAYS  ,, Sealed .tendera addressed to the underalgned-  and endorsed "���������Tender for IRook Mound Snb-  taerccdJDam. Columbia River, B.C.," will be  received until 12 o'clock noon (daylltfht Mvinjj)  Tu������*a������v. Sepiember 8.192S, for the construction  of Rook Mound nubmerged Dame, and removal  of portion of Doer Rock. Columbia River, below Burton, West Kootenay District, B.C.  Plana and forms of contract can be seen and  specification and forma of tender obtained at  thia Department, at the office ot tho Dlatrict  Bngineor, K.W.C. Building, Nelson. B.C.lal80  at tJse Post Offlces Burton, B.C.,.NnkuRp B.C.,  and Vancouver, B.C,  Tondors will not be" oonnidored unless made  on prihte-l forms supplied hy tho Department,  and in accordance with conditions contained  'theroln. ���������._,-  : ICach tender must be accompanied by an accepted cheque on a' chttrtewkl bank .payable to  tho order of the Minister of Public Worlcs.  oqual to 10 per cent.'of the amount of the  tender. Bonds of the Dominion of Canada or  bonds of the Canadian National Railway Company will alao ho accepted as security, or bond������  pnrt a cheque If roqulred to make up an odd  amount.  Note.���������Bluo prlnta can bo obtained at this  Department by dopositine tin accepted cheque  for tho sum of *|!iao������.jpayahlo to the order of  tbo Miniatcr of l*ublio Worlca, which will bo  returned r if tlio intending blddes.  submit, a  rCgJ-BCaUT au..a.a , .  By order, '  aB.O'BItIKN,;  Department of Pnbllo WorhB, ������Cr������   T*  Ottawa, AuRTiflt 10,1B2A.'  Shoos aw ado  jAl^^ ' ^9_| ^mmm^mJS^^^ ___���������!___>  WO       MmWmf^OOm^  New Stock of  Harness  Second Hand Store in  connection  full line of "FEED ih stocK-  every thing io keep the Hens  laying   aticl  the Colors mitkm;  i ' "r"'       ��������� *     "   ----   *"      ' L  '  Koya! Household Flonr-       Paritv Floun*  -*----.- * .   .  ^.  Kolle'd Oats and Breakfast' Foods."~  t. * "_. *���������      *��������� ���������  Salt and Sugar,  JBmh  m^ ^^j^_ mmg%m^mi ^^j-|^   faCT j  Shoo ctntl Harne** Repairing  Tlie United - Churoh at :Grand  Forks lias called.'" off its evening  service durini; Augii'lt. "A^ '���������;'y���������'':-;i^i:'r'���������,.  '"-'' One night labt week fire destroyed  the Cranbrook brewery at an'estim  ated;toial loss of ^0.000. ^  At Pentiottori the water supply  was so ]6w_la8t week tViat_ housp-  holders could -get little more than  enough to cook with.   : y  For the first six months this year  the Rtnelter nt Trail has treated  180,037 tons of ore. ���������140 000 tons  of- this came from tlie company's  own mines. -  : -  A. J Chi������holm".,of. Kit������f*s/_cato is  named to succeed Hitriy White as  eolleotor of customR at CranVirook,  wh<������ii the latter takes his new post  a*. Vancouver..     '���������"'"' k  .A Wardner boy who returned an  auto tourist an overcoat that had  Vioc-n lost and which contained a  wallet with some $300 in it was  ftiven a reward of 20 cents.  The Free  Press   states   that   at  leant 2000  yoiuiftsters were   in the  Elks Children's   Flan Bay   parade  iu connection with  tlie 4tlvnf August celebration in that town.  To put the road from Moyie to  Goatfell in the shape the autoists  w<Vuld like will oost $75,000, and  $29,000 will be needed for similar  attention to the road from Curzon  to KiriRBflate.  The rush oP tourist traffic does  uoi Hpn'HMt to uwturh tlie -quiet  nrortnd the Queen'sJHotel btiildtnp;  at Cranbrook in which, the Courier  informs. 300 swallows - have their  nestR this season. " -  - Harry v White, customs officer at  Cmnbrook, who lpavea in a few  days to  assume   similar   work   at  ^f IT ���������*. ...,-������?��������������������� ������. ...^       ... ������, r������    ^v.^*.. .. .^,., 4-,. ..     ..,���������*.....  Ir  <������iaJ������_aU4J * </������ , ara.J      f. UUU.II.UUI      W.UfllJ        .".  gold watch ono  n1p;ht last week by  th<t- Oddfellows I_iodgo Tn that town.  areofferedto the tiLianwith  ��������� sready inoi*������y-!*  Accumulate a fund* ad tHai  you. may be. able to take  *advantage of just * sticb  opportudtieA. Systen-atic de-  gjosita iii a Sa-iHii������E������- Account  will enable^yoni to do this*   a  THE CANADIAN BANK  OF. COIMQMLERCE.  C^?it__l PaW Up $20^X)0,OCX)  - Retwarve Ptiad $20*000.000  ^k  Creston Dranch  _>. T. Scrinigcour, Manaiger  P. BURNS & CO., Ltd.  .������������������>...������������������   ��������� -      '      . v ���������������������������.������������������.-'   -,,.���������'.,'     ~  ntdr1 i T"    ifi-*i*i_f"ii a. *^T***_r-������**_������"  MEAT MERCHANTS  MHn  STBY'OUH  SJhAMROCK^ PORK SAUSAGE  m  An economical ilii-h. e������������"y to nerve.  \ShamrocH arand HAIvI* I$ACON anamLARD  GLENDALE CREAMERY BUTTER  Onvernnient jcraclcd. hiKhest. qualhy.  FRESH and CURED FISH  all varieties.  ChoicestBEE I. PORK, MUTTON, VEAL, LAMB  BURNS' IDEAL POULTRY FOOD  ineretiHoa ������<���������#������ -production and protlucen better pn til try    Buy thi������ hettt.  i_aiw^>ww*wi^^  i  sssa  asaaaaseBBsssa  XS������S3SZ������3E25; THE   REVIEW.   {3BESTON,    B.    C-.  ������������������i  mi  lii.j  \-<X  jE-t'l  \M  The  name  "Red Rose"  has  been  m,  guarantee  of   quality   for   30   years  Trade   With   North   Country      I        -    _  The ORANGE PEKOE is extra good.    Try it!  Canat  da s Tie J- Up Resources  Trading More With United Kingdom  and Less* With*-United States  Canada ia trailing more -with the  United Kingdom and less witli the  United States, according to a "bulletin  is"*aed by the bureau of statistic*;. Exports to the United Kingdom in the  twelve months ending March were  $35,000,000 more than in the year previous! Exports��������� to the United States  on the other hand, were $13,000,000  less. Imports from the United- Kingdom were practically Uio same as the  year beforei the reduction "being only  two millions. Imports from the  United .States..showed a drfcp of $90,-  000,000.  j      uelegaie FromB.C  Parliament, the railway--, the Canadian Manufacturers' Association, Labor  Unions, and public bodies generally, are still struggling with the* problems involved in finding a- remedy i'or. the lack of population, recurring periods of xm-  employment, and slowness of development and prosperity in Canada. That  there'is something wrong somewhere, all admit, but no two groups are agreed  as-t_a tlie nature of the remedy to be applied*.  The railways urge the need of larger* immigration in order to overcome  ihe lack ot" population without which it is argued the natural resources of the  Uominion cannot be developed. It is also urged that in the -rhatter of railways, manufacturing industries, and national equipment of all kinds, Canada  is over-equipped for its present population, and that, until there is a large  consuming population, the railways cannot operate to full capacity, nor can  factories be fully manned and operated the year round. Thus we'have- advocates of a wide open door policy in immigration.  Labor Unions combat this argument and declare that so long as men are  out of employment many months in the year because they cannot get work,  immigration should be-further restricted rather than increased. They claim  that, instead of bringing more people into Canada, conditions should be so improved here as to provide adequate employment and. thus stop the exodus of  thousands of Canadians annually  to the United States.        -  The manufacturers have their own pet solution, the surb* cure for all  Canada's economic ills, namely, higher tariff protection; in_otlier words, the  erection of a Customs wall sufficiently high -to keep out the manufactured  goods of the British Isles and the United States. They, argue that if this was  done-, there would be employment for all Canadian artizansand workmen/bilt,  they contend, they cannot compete with the United States and British manufacturers. Despite these statements and assurances, the fact remains that  Canada's present population is loo small to absorb the output of its industries,  and our manufacturers are competing successfully with United States and British manufacturer^ in world markets. x  There is, however, a, basic reason i'or Canada's economic difficulties and  lack of development commensurate- with the wealth and variety of its natural  resources, but. unfortunately, nobody has the courage to frankly state the  tliiliciiKy on the floor of Parliament or in open convention of the organizations  to whicii wi c-rencc nas oeBn niaue.  On more than one occasion in the past, the statement lias been made in  this' column that the chief ground of complaint against the Canadian manufacturer on the score, of the tariff has been the use made by him oi the tariff  protection he has enjoyed for the past fjprty or fifty years; that is, that he has  used the tariff merely to add to title selling price of his goods in the Canadian  home market instead of using it, as Germany, United States and Japan have  used their protective tariffs, to develop their natural resource's for txse at-hoim?  nnd abroad. Instead the Canadian manufacturer has followed the line of  least resistance and has gone on importing raw and semi-manufactured materials which by a little initiative and enterprise, and the investment of capital  on the part of the Canadian manufacturer, could have been produced in Canada, thereby providing employment, keeping ca-pital at home, reducing costs  of manufacturer, and reducing the adverse balance ol*- trade as between this  country and the United States. -^  The reason Canada's present population is so small despite the" great efforts put. forth to attract immigrants; the reason why factories are not busily  ' t-ngaged "and fully staffed all the year round; the reason llw*re is an annual  exodus of Canadians to the United Stales; the reason there is unemployment;  tin reason why our railways' are not worked to capacity, is to be found in the  fact that ro a very large extent the natural resources of the Dominion are  still lying dormant, undeveloped for use, and, most regrettable of all, are now  to a si-eat..extent tied up so that their development in Hie near future is practically out ot* the. question.  _ ;    |  In the n**."cr. article to appear in  this column explanation will be made of  i.ii-  la.si   stat em en i. and outlining what is  considered  to be the most serious']'  iduuiilon con front ing this  Dominion and its future, and one which, unlesg-'our \  ���������i  QiiicUy Limbered Up  You'-t-ould be surprised at the wonderful action of "Nerviline" in just  such cases. Being thin and not an  oil preparation^ it is able to penetrate  quickly, and down it sings into���������the tissues, carrying its healing, soothing action wherever it goe3. For stopping  muscular or nerve pain, for easing a  stiff joint* Nerviline *.is a complete success. Pain, soreness'*'-, stiffness all  vanish before the "magic power of this  wonderful 'liniment. ���������" Nearly flfty  years of success? proves the merit,of  Nerviline, which as s-old everywhere in  large 35 cent bottles.  "FOR?  %AA^mits5fflmimA~m  ������m*mixm<LWM^m^i  /.'-���������  Hugh Savage, Director of the  C.W.N.A. for British Columbia, and  Proprietor of The Cowichan Leader,  Duncan, B.Ca Mr. Savageywill attend.  the Newspaper Convention, at Winnipeg, on June 24,-25 and 26.  To Locate At Winnipeg  For  Fish Culture  Federal Government Votes* Money For  ^Eish   Propagation * "  A vote of $370,000 for fish culture  was carried in the House of Commons.  In addition to a ^number of other  items,' including $30,000 for the building of flshways' and clearing waters,  ..$85,000 to assist in the conservation  and development of-deep sea -fisheries, $2,000.J!or the maintenance of  the fisheries intelligence bureau, and  ���������"510.000 to provide for investigations  into practical and economic problems  connected with'flsneries.  Honored   On   King's   Birthday  "Man   Giving   Free   Stood   Transfusions  Has- Services   Recognized    -*���������-  B. "W. Bibhle, ol* London, a poor man,  received double honors in connection  with Lhe King's birthday. He -waa  honored by- having ponferred on liim  a medal of the-Order of the "British  Empire, -'for public services in saving life," and id 'addition thereto, the  London Hospital - elected him a life  member of the hospital board.  Bibble's public services, whicii were  thus honored by the crown and the  hospital, consisted in ^giving of Ms  blood for transfusion purposes at the  hospital without remuneration. The*  customary fee  for such contributions  HELP FOR TIRED  NERVOUS PEOPLE  i-(ii*ral Cav'-mme-}.   ami  those or' the  ev.'n   i"f*"-m.Hc<".s  lost-*  neither  time nor  tiliimatfly  br-akir.**- the   Do in in ion.  Provinces which have control of, their  courage in dealing with, may result in  Canada     Enters     Butter  A   biiti'T   com pet it ion  ���������vorM   Sift?   V������''t-n  j.rran'.-i-t!  Competition \  op-Mi   to   tlie '���������  for in A tick-: I'  '.am!,  don)  H. a! .4-  \,<  *\'  ���������t-'T'i  a     .V  .N'.'U"   '/.-al;in<!.       Aliv-aily  entries  KHi'uonia.   D'-nni.irk.   th"   ["nit-'d  s, r.tau ida. Aus.tr tlia and 'Fiji have  ]".wa--j V'a   f| KVpl-l'tS       )J I a I C       ilia I  Zeslan'l    ha:-   <'<   -ror.rt   i-'ianr-i-   of  v :rinm?.  '���������'r.a ni |jlon*-'hi*>.  Prince Earns Tenpence  The ITinee of Wales drove his 1rain  or half an hour in the cotton growing  areas of Nigeria. Senior railway officials thereupon presontod him wiih a-  time sheet showing .that, the amount  due to him was 10d. The Prince smilingly signed lhe sho'-t and anceptod  the  money,  Found in -the Use of Dr. Williams*  Pink Pills      ~  Are you pale- and weak, tired  most  of-ihe  time,   out-'of  breath  on slight  exertion ?  Are you nervous, is your sleep disturbed so that rest does not refresh  you?  Is your appetite poor, your digestion  weak and do you have pains after eating?  If you have any of these symptoms-  you need.the help of such a reliable,  tonic    as   - Dy.    "Williams-  Pink  Pills.  Read what Mr. "W. W. Francis, of Calgary, Alta., says'.,of this tonic.    "After  returning  from overseas,"  writes  Mr.  Francis, "1113* winple system was in a  badly run down condition.      I because  nervous,     irritable,     pale     and     lost  weight.      Of course t was given treatment and recommended many  tonics,  some of which I took, but with no apparent  result.       At   last  I   could   not  even sleep,      My sister, who is in England, wrote and urged me to give Dr.  Williams' Pink Pills a trial, and I' can  scarcely say how glad I.  am   'that    1  took her advice,    My friends were surprised at my com filet? recovery, but I  assured   them  Et.  was  due  entirely  to  Dr. Williams' Pink Pills and I now always keep a box on  hand in case ol  emergency "  Residence of Board of Grain  Commis-  sioners To Be Changed  ������������������.-The"-residence of the board of grain  commissioners was changed from the  head of * the lakes to Winnipeg when  the agriculture, committee of' the  HouSlTof Commons amended'the residence clause in the Canada Grain Act.  There was'considerable discussion and  a majority of th^ committee ^favored  the .change. ;  Hon. Dr. R. J. Manion, Conservative, Fort William, protested strongly  against the recommendation to move  the board of grain commissioners from  the head of the lakes to Winnipeg.  pointing out that "Winnipeg was only  an exchange and that grain was only  inspected there. At the'head of the-  lakes, however, stated Dr. Manion,  grain is weighed, stored, hospitalized,  trans-shipped and finally inspected  into  boats.     ., 7,   , .-. ,.        7-  I Hon. "W. ���������"Et...Motherwell, minister of  agriculture, disagreed with- Dr. Manion. The: proper .p1a.ee>..lie- contended, for the location of the board 01  gi_in commissioners was at Winnipeg  Mr. Motherwell declared that ninety  per cent, of- the -disputes occurred in  Winnipeg and the vicinity.  Hon. T. A. Crerar also took issue  with Dr. Manion. The only sensible  place, he contended, for the board, to  be stationed was at Winnipeg, **-  at the London .Hospital is   _������������>.  HEART TROUBLE    -  SHORTNESS OF BREATH  Mrs. Geo, E. Bowman. Bforrisbnrg.  Ont., writes-:-���������"I am writing you a few  lines to let ycu know of my expert-  ence with Milburn's Heart And Nerve  Pills. "Two years ago I became very  poorly with my heart and nerves ..and..  whenever I took the least little bit of  exercise my heart would start to jump  anil flutter. I cotlld not walk upstairs  without having to sit down'and rest  before I was*.lialf-\fay up. on account  of my breath becoming so short.  7 I j commenced taking       - "  RJI1EI OTTO V������?  Miaa_>a_rOiw-i  ki  HEART  AND NERVE PILLS  and in no time I felt a great*improvement, and can now heartily, recommend theiii to all those Wlxo" are  troubled with any affection 'qf the  heart.'*  H.  &   N.   Pill.*-   are   for   sale   at   all  drug and -general stores; put up only  by The T. Mil burn Co., Ltd.. Toronto  ..Ont.   ....A "  No Fftst With Asthma. Asthma  usually attacks at night, the one/time  when rest is needed most. ��������� Hence  the loss, of strength, the nervous debility, the loss of flesh and other evils.  which must be expected unless relief  is secured. Fortunately,relief Ss possible. Dr. J. D. Kellogg's Asthma  Remedy has proved its merits through  years oC service. "A trial will surely  convince you,  Dairying in Manitoba  Industry    Has    More    Than    Doubled  --- During Past Year L  Dairylng and livestock raising is on  the increase in Western Canada and  in the districts of "Manitoba where  mixed farming is practiced the dairy  business has been more than doubled  over-that of a year ago. While some  few points*: re-flort fewer livestock being handled, the majority oC districts  tell of increases both in winter reeding and in,dairying.  If you sir*., ailing gtve thc-se pills a  fair trial and they will not disappoint  you. Sold by till dealers in medicine  or sent by mall at r-1) cenlH a box hy  writing Th,* Dr. Williams* Medicine  Co.,  Brock-.Til.j.   Ont.  Donates Trophy For Competition  Prince Sends Silver Cup to Banf.  Golf Club  On mot".*! than one occasion the  Prince of Wales, during Informal visits.  to his ranch in Alberta, has visited  Banff, Alta., tfnd played golf on the  "Roof of the World." Last year, during his flying visit to Canada, he again  kildren Cry for  IFeverishne.'":  an-I Howe's,  . Fletcher's  Cabtoria   is   e:������j>er..aily   preparer,   to  relieve   Jnf'tnt.-.  tn  arms and Children ,-il! age> of  Con sti pat Ion,   Flalulency,   Wind  Colic    and    Diarrhea;    allaying  arising therefrom, and, l-y regulating the Slomach  aids thtr assimilation of Food; giving natural sleep.  Tn .-ivni'l imil.-itton-;, al  *fi",c.t|t,-*l/    >* l.-iri-tlrv . -  wav; l'a-������l: for tli<-  ��������� Nn  < >|ii:i<ri       I'll,  iijrtiiatun** nf   <'/in  ,'Aic:ia 113   every where  ^////x������  ���������.\  recommend: it.  Crop  Registration  Nearly   Two   Thousand   Fields   Were  Registered   In 1924  Crop it'j^lril 1 litiiuu hi.'rviui.* Cm' fit-:- C.ili  adlan. aetxl Croweivs' Association increased by almost ono hundred per  cent, during l!������2l. * In 191!'] ^bout one  thousand -fields wow registered and  in 1fl!M ntMirly two Ihousiintl. Averages of seed cropi" registered" last year  were roughly:. wheal, 17,500 acres,  355,000 IjuhIh'Ih: ohIh, :i 1,001) acres.  -11.2,000 IhisIii'Im: biirh'y. 500 ncrcji. 15,-  000 lHish������������lrf; Ilu.*., !..-,0 acres, 0,200  buslmli-; itll'nlfa. I.OImi union, -180,000  potinilH.  Mhfly fm">(iilc- arc iilmosl crippled  wiih coriist, Ittil it. Ib neetlleriH hiiI'-  fi'fliif"- which run be sper-dlly i-nded  v-'llh Ifiti1l(iv.'uy,H'<'orii  Remover.  had a round ol' the links���������possibly the  most ltlctiu'esque on the conllnent.  And now. this Benson, the members of  the Bantt'aoll* Club will have tho rare  pleasure of ploying I'or a trophy from  His Royal Highness, a beautiful .silver cup Villi the graceful Prince ol  Wales' feat her'- inscribed Ihoroon.  which was recently received from  London. Needless te say, peyhaps,  how the golfers of Ihvnff 11 pproelate  tills unUiue compliment, nnd how zealously Ihu Irophy will he yrlzed and  keenly connietotl  for.  Oh-lci-ns  In MuId   Itf li.'ivi-  ���������niii-' IjihiU  with oni- r-ulll  writ  pen.  ������������������n tin  n.'"'*t"1nr   p;iH;ii>*lt'.i*i'   :ii*rti|������liuit-   sitv-  It.fJi. now iii-t* helm, ojivj-aled hi Sweden.  ICctp  ���������\'.i.n~jci'ia Liiilmci.t in  Iho Mou������e  Miller's Worm Powders are complete In thnmHolvoH, They not only  drive worms from iho syslnm, but repair lhe. damtigu that worm.**, cmttte  an<l ho li-w-lgorafi- the conHlKutlon  that II Hpcoillly recovers from the-disorder ji of the dlgr*(.llon th-tt are the  result of Iho work of these pttnisll-le  intniilek'H. They On Iheir work tho-r-  ouKhly iuiuI ,slr������-ng4li iuul -lo-UJiducs.-.'  follow tlieir U'n\  KEEPS refrigerators  dean and sweet;  retnovee finger-prints  and stains from  painted "walls and  woodwork; makes  linoleum bright and  sp ot 1 e s,a. Never  scratches.  WKBTI.NN    n_.������tAN-lir������������    t.HmiTRO  C������I.O������HT,    CAN*I_������  Catches Hugo   Fia.li  A Hlurireo-n neven  fool  nix inches In  len.-ih,   seen   si'Vi-TaT Hiiii-h   hilfly   al  [vouu-iuay   l.iunlliij*,   B.C.1.    watt-   chiikIiI|  hy   \V. T.   Ctii niiiii,   who  .ssiuk  11   hook  hniU'd with lict'l* on a clothi-h)Iho.      It  welched iUI :|iottntlH,  M"jj.4i-������Ji'a.  ELIlUuuajcnt  la'ui-  Duckjcho  :./��������� '  c  liiwuiini  E A.N.S ER ;  I  "W.    N.    U.    IC������1  MM THE    REVIEW.:    CBESTON,    33.
Agricultural Possibilities Of
The Canadian Nortkland Are
Tnoxv Being Demonstrated^
_ ���*���
Steadily data are being accumulated
regarding tha agricultural possibilities*
of the Canadian Northland. Year'by
year    fur flier    evidence    is^. obtained
British Columbia
Developing  Rapidly
showing   ihat
limit   of  profitable
production extends far nearer the Arctic Circle than was at one iiniG taken
for granted. The latest official department commentary on this subject
is furnif-hed^by the report cf the -ex-
perlmefttul sub-station at Fort Vr-r-
milion. Alberta, for 1923. Fort Vermilion is larther north than anyypart
of Ontario, and at times the (thermometer falls to more than 60 degrees below zero. The mean temperature during the crop season ranges
from 6 to 10 degrees lower than during the same months at Ottawa.
Wht?at .sc-eding began at the sub-station farm on "May 7, and nine varieties were sown on test plots. ,> At harvest they yielded at. the rate of from
37 to 59 bushels per acre. The results of the- experiments-with potatoes
were even more remarkable. They
show that, in j.he northern regions,
early, deep planting produces the best
results. The* seed 'was planted from
May S to 3 0, and one variety yielded
as high as 43 0 bushels per acre. Irish
Cobbler, a well-known \aiiety, produced 339 bushels per Eicre.
One variety ol" garden corn produced
a fair percentage ol* tully-ruatured
though ralher --small cobs. Garden
beans were quite successful, and a
large number of other common vegetables produced excellent crops ia a
very short time. ��� In fact, the short
period between Lhe dates of seeding
vegetables and the dales when they
' became fit lor use ""is a striking feature
ol tin- rapid growih in Hie north country, made possible by long hours of
warm bitnsliine. Fine yields of sunflowers for silage were obtained,
white lhe growing period'.was, favorable lor hay. and a heavy crop harvested. ���������."' -
AH these results are obtained under mere, favorable conditions and by
bolter cultivation "than is goneraliy
found on farms. Yet they distinctly
show that there is a great Held for tl
northward  extension  of agriculture.
C.P.R. Officials Very  Much  Impressed
With   Existing  Conditions
"Ailer    spending    ten    days on the
Pacific coast, I can only say that judg--
ing  from, the amount  ot  sound  business activity noticeable there, British
Columbia is launching into an era of
constructive   development   which   au-
jgurs   well  for   her  future  prosperity",*'
said Grant Hall, vice-president ot the
Canadian   Pacific- Railway,   Montreal,
prior   to   leaving   Vancouver   i'or   the
"Vancouver, New Westminster and
Victoria are all feeling the direct
benefits of the large number of important enterprises now in progress-
on the coasi,^ Mr. Hall furl her'stated,
"and all thr-e will reap monetary and
publicity benefits from - the unprecedented tourist traffic which will
move across Canada and through the
coast cities during the next three
Vancouver Island* the vice-president
point&d  ou1,   is  continually attracting
more   and 'inure  attention  throughout
Eastern Canada and the United .Stales
as the playground of the- Pacific Northwest and the opening of the New Crystal Gardens later in the month should | recc:n-t-"<*
j do much to increase this interest and
���.'materially augment  the flow   oCiour-
' ists trafiic  acioss   the  prairies to  the
An Pastern Editor
Vincent Dubuc, Director of the
C.W.N.A. for Quebec, and Proprietor
of Le Progres du Sasuenay, Chicou-
timi, Quebec. -He will attend- the
Canadian "Weekly Newspaper Association Convention at Winnipeg, on June
24=, 25 and 23.
Strong   For  Confederation
i -^
inhabitants ot  LaHmdor Would Favor
Confederation With  Canada
Confederatipn with the Dominion of
: Canada as a means of solving some of
Labrador's chief problems, was advo-
����Q *.a_1    hv   T-)i.     W     T*     r<..nn|-f��"      f^f   *�����*->���_-"-
��v.��...._ >*_i    "u..r     -L/j.-     ,..     ��..   \_T_. wjj-l <raa*,    Vf_.   A_adi_Jl a.
"dor fame, who arrived Irom the Orient
Value Of Newspaper Advertising
e Flour ^Milling Industry
Has Expanded Remarkably
During Tne Past Fe*w Years
The  War Pn Drugs
Distinct Falling Off In the Number of
Addicts in Canada
The superintendent of the federal
health department gives-out the cheering news that there is a ..distinct falling off in tha number of addicts to nar-
The report of Jhe .flour milling industry of Canada, which gives the
standing or this activity at the end
of 1923, furnishes evidence of a fine
growth, but the record, nevertheless, is
inaccurate, at the present time, in
-view of the notable development which
has taken place in Western Canada
cotic drugs in Canada. Of late years j within the pa^t two years. Occupy-
Dominion and provincial legislation | ingj- & the tirne oF the last Dominion
and   administrative   effort,   and   police.
activity, have made this habit a mat-
supposed that this announcement is
based upon official and dependable information gathered in all parts ol the
Dominion. There are few io whom,
the statement will nor. biing a sense-
of lively satisfaction, those few being
composed of the rascals who make���
or would like to make���money out ""of
the illicit traffic, and that rainority
who care for-.nothing and nobody but
themselves. To everyone who is
either , personally or socially concerned in the moral and physical fitness ot
the next general ion the narrowing or
the habit will be a cause I'or-gratification and hope.���Edmonton Bulletin.
Canadian Freight Rates Are Lowest
Considerably Below Competitive Lines
In the United States
census, the position of premier manufacturing activity from the standpoint
ter ol special attention, and it is to be^01- Production, flour milling in Canada.
continues   without   much   difficulty  to
maintain   this place.      The expansion
the   capital anil our     moling
iCwmat.r     Wh��t     1-1,
_.._.���&%. aa G* ��JL��**,      jbaa
Means" of Arousing Interest in Work of
Victorian Order of Nurses
The value of newspaper advertising
as means ot arousing interest in .the
orders work," wsls emphasized at the
annual meeting of the board .of goveiv
���nors" of the Victorian Order of .'Nilrses,
whose sessions: Were held at Ottawa
recently. '_. .     '     ' '     "
The-gath-M'ing was presided ovi.r by
j Mrs. llobort Re Lord, of Montreal, and
j lepro.seniatives a,l(endod from a.ll over
| tin- Dominion. vSpeciai attention was
j paid to the question, of raising funds
for ihr- carrying on. of "the order's ac-
! tit hies in " .Canada." Mrs. "William
j Dennis, of Halifax, anti-Mrs. "Rose, of
IV!uch-X>\ \ Vancouver,  Look an important part in
! the discussions.
t  -	
and I '
one i
That Canada enjoys the lowest,
freight rates oT any country in the
world Is the claim,made by executives
of the Canadian Railways who have
recently appeared in Ottawa in connection with the discussions of freight
which'recent years have witnessed has
been-wrought very largely by ihe introduction of British capital, which is
gratifying in view oi the fact that, in
1923, ^54 per cent, of
vestment in Canadian
was "Canadian.
At 4he end of 1923 there were 5K0
flour mills and 827 grist and feed mills
in Canada, a total of 3.3S7 mills, with
a twenty-four-hour capacity of 127.-
14S barrels of flour. Ontario led in
the industry with 679 mills, followed
by Quebec with 436 mills. Saskatchewan had 66; - Alberta, 61; New
Brunswick, 4 6; Manitoba, 37; Nova
Scotia, 30;   Priifce Edwaid island", 25;
j and British  Columbia, 7.       The 'manlier in which this industry is progress-
i ing in the prairie provinces is indicat-
I ed in the fact that whilst, the increase
! in the number of mills dining the vear
;is"23 throughout the Dominion, IS of
, them are in the prairie area, and this
; was before the entrance of the Spill-
'also   claimed   that   "the I
! ers* interest -nto the field.
I have come to lliis^ conclusion,"
he said, "after talking and living with
the-��.fisliermen of the Labrador coast.
They are 3 00 per cent, strong for confederation and it is my pe-rsonal opinion that Labrsdor would be better off
as a part of the big country. At present 3,000 fishermen on "the coast are
without a vote in any country."
Dr. Grenfell's new hospital ship, the
steamship Anthony, manned and
staffed by^-olunte.er w orkers from various parts ioty the Old Country,. awaits,
him on the -Atlantic coast on his return.      His trip around the world was7���r*. "��my   V*   w*!^.\   st���,iliy   ��' I products of  the  industry  brought  the
-_   agriculture,, in which it  was   pointed. total   for  the   vear  up to  A   value   of
out ihat Canadian    farmers    enjoyed j $15_t,s-)5>99-l.       As  1he domes!l6   con-
is       ZLIS.V,       UlBiLUCU       IU��1 ,��.��. jn     ^^    year    1&2g.     the    Canadiail    fl��)lttr
-.rates on Canadian Railways are con- m|lHng industry utilized 85.699,645-
siderably below those off compel it Lv*' bu&heIs of whcat in lhe produclion of
lines in the United Stat-^ This con-, 19j075,8U barrels of tlour worth m^_
tent ion is supported bs* Lhe report on ' ~j*, 0^->       This
the wheat situation made to: the presi-
ttas appi oxiaaately* 22:
per cent, .of the Dominion's -wheat pr*��-
dent ot the United -States by the late ; ducUon of ^lle   yeal. 1922-23.       Other
Mr.   Henry   C.  Wallace,   secretary   of
States   were, down   in ' April""", and   the-;-,]lumfc-or  of  skunk,
trade balance  in that month was*
Boy   Did    Not   Think
Foreman's Advice
A youth began work in a mine
his first jab consisted of driving one j--Decrease, In   Exports  To   VS.
pf the popy wagons .used for carrying!     '..'....' --��� -.-~
the,  coal   to  the elevator. ] Trade      Balance      For      April      Was*
He  got along very  well  Indeed -un- I    7 Unfavorable  to  Canada
til one day he came to a place where t--- Canadian exports to the United
tlie roof of tho, '"gallerv" was, far too
low fo allow the pony,to pass. Consequently, lie took "a pick and commenced to luipic away part, of fh;
i;ooiV ..-��� '     '   ���
LiMsue.dUit-j-ly. a foreman came on i Canadian trade .goods to the value of
the scene and asked what he was jtlb- j $27,21*8,41.0 were t*.\-poi*U:d to tliat: ooun-
ing. The lad explained that he was ������ try while imports from the United
making a.-wdy I'oi* the pony to pass.     j.Slates wire $3i*,S5.1,76X.      The exports
"Now, that's a very dangerous thing j were over $ 15.000,000 less-than, those
to do.'* .said tin:'- foreman. ^ " Vou . of .March. n_)2.*i. T"or the 12 month.*!
might, bring the whole roof down, ended April 30 export to the United
What you ought lo *io in to cut away SLates toLalled $'20.231,?AU and im-
the lloor." ] ports   from   lltat   countfy ��� .-ftlOT.T'10,35~-
"n-ye   thirik   I'm   a   fool?"   reiorled
in the nature of a furlough iri celebr
tion of his 60th birthday.
The building of an $S0,000-,fifty-bed
hospital, on the Labrador coast, is the
big nem on Dr. Gren fell's programme
for ihe present year.
Fox Farming Al Brassdon
Farmers Are Taking Great Interest in
New Industry
_. Fox fa.rniing in the" Brandon district is a growing industry. Many
farraers are securing pairs of foxes
and are starting on- a small scale to
experiment with the.animals. I.ast
your George IT. Fradley dug out and
raised 47 red   Coxes, ^22  wolves and a
great advantages over American farm-
\ sumption of  flour  in the Dominion is
ers  on   account or the   lower   lreigltt; only ab0ul7one-quarter of this, the in-
vales in  Csis '1 *> * - >���.���,,,. ,,.,
_*.-_o ���-��  jausli-y js largely  bc-ing expanded Willi
J a view to tlie export trade*.
Work. On   Farms
Cannot Use^Magnetic
Compass At  Pole
eing Made
i favorable to " the Dominion. In a
: Ktateniolit: 'issued by the ; 1 "dominion
j bureau ol*' stalls litis,, it-vis shown that:.
This   year   lie  Is
> of black foxes,
the  Ind.'".   fTl'f-t,,thv  priny'H  liea.d ihat
won't, go through-���not hi.s fet.'t.,"
Wool   Growers   Sign   Contracts
Saskatchewan  and   Manitoba-.- Growers
-Sign   Up   With   A&soclaition
Wool  t.r<iVi-.e��-s  in  Su,sKiiiehi-\vaii anil
Manitoba have flgned  twlco-as many
raising several^ litter
besides   the   re'd- ones   which( he
lured. <
100-Acre Crop Is Seeded in Alberta
One Day
The  record   established  3'ecently at
Acme when 114 horses worked in one i Twenty-four-Hour Wj-tch
field at one  timev seeding Tlw* crop of j For McMillan
Mrs. C. "W. King, has been broken at] A twenty-four-hour wia-ch may stip-
Gadsby. Whei^. the-'-,neighbors of J. 1 plant- the compass whon the .amishi-
B. Ball, who recently suffered a brok- lbian"planes assigned to the McMillan
en arm. put In his. 100-acre eroif, 39 I -*��� retic expedition fly under ihe mid-
outfits were* at work at one time and 'night sun this snmnit-r in search of
175 horses.
a single day
sun  this  sumni'T in
The crop was put in in Jan unknown continent.
.--;���. !     The-"top   of  Use  earth"
Gold Prospector-"; Go North
Early suuini.er will see some scores
of gold prospectors leaving for the
uoi'th country, where they will range
the valley of the Liai-d Ttiver. .approximately ],0t>Q miles north ofTGd-
** eontraei.s   ihis   year .-tin   at   tlie   Hauie..!
iietlnil   In-���   vein', *-"at"H   \V.  ThoniHoi
liuiiuiKer of the Cimnttiau <,o-��i|ieniiivi' !
AVool  ('row-*'!'* AH.*--'o<*3aiiMH In j In* twn |
province,'-!,      With the -majority of ilu*:
, nlie-p r< ported lo.h--.v��' Mjlii|-'i*r'd lit j
line cotuli; Ion, lhe.,1!J2r> clip .-.liould I
|.ro.i' of iioj'.m.i. qjjjtllt. ut Kuoil '
Ktrenglh. "I
Saskatchewan   Growing
"        i
] Nearly    1,5,000   Immigrants..' Came    to
) Province   In   1924
Wiih    a    loliil of 'l.-l.fifi,'* iniinlgi-rinlK
'coming to fiitskHtehewan during :i 0 2 I,
1 l.hi> rn'cord Lor the past ten years u'lii.
! broken,   according   to   statistics, coui-
' piletl   by  Hit'   Sa*"lc:iteht-\vun  buri-uu ,c>!
ilaboL' and indUKtries, Substantlttl in-
cri'iisi's lire rcrord-'d hi the number '*������'
Jin mi?* nuns from most of tin.- Kiiro-
pran cotimrles. while the I "piled
.States nuppMed  2,i!21 .d-nrini.  the yeur,
.    *  ; _^ 1  |
AI'Ler Mriscagnl. had written "Cav-
nlieni Ruf-iicann," he threw it into, the
Are, but hi if wife rescued jl.    '
A girl's tongue Is the. nrrow; there's
a quiver in her voice, and she soon
finds a. beau.
Give a businot-rt man plenty of rope
and he will form a cord ti pe trust.
_ _. j purposes,    may    be    regarded its'* flat.
Crop'OutlodBc j Since   the   sun    circles    around     this
* According to a recent report by the j *'��"B-ou in twenty-four hours, tf.one
Canadian National Rail-ways*,..-!lie. crop! "��.vs ��lown *'��� ��'HU-h with "*24 o'clock'"*
outlook in Western Canada is good, i pointing to the Ci-eetivrich meridian,
Warm weather and.com-iderttble raln-j"hc" honr- 1laud "-vould follow the sun
throughout the prairie provinces made j around the dial. In (lying, therefore,
the best possible conditions. The ; one-has onl^to keep the hour liiind icn-
giwth is very even at ail points and: vv��r��* lllp *"�� and realize that this
sumcient    moisture    is     now   in   tlu*- ! hour  hand  not only   murks the  time,
ground to ensure rapid progress in ihe
three provinces,
Success In Western Canada
In a recent issue ol'jbe Culgary Al-
bortah, Miss P. Carlyle"" lis sorts that
any woman who has the ability and.
dolerratnallpn lo win enn make good
in Ctvutida. and pii.vh IImi.1. she had n
net profit from hor C.vnwdlan farm of
about, $-1,000 for her IIvbI:- year's labor.
Rocky Mountain rvlatlonnl Park
The   t"ell.'Lm   of   15)21   fitlW    IIHirj;. I.J.JIl
���Ih'i.tllHl.riourliilti  vhiit   lhe Hnchy   Mram-
liiln  XiHhmal   Park, aeeonlliig   to  l_s-*
ui-rs fcci'iiily made puldle. 'J'hi,-; \-ut-.
;,.'. iiii.r��-i��.,-;��- *j|' (ituriu -ti,tji;o oia-j- -.Ilu
I-irvliillii   yritr.
('am.rieH In th-ir vvl��il slate wm*h
itr-'i'ir until hud tmidt-i" und r*11��� ni���* a-
Vitlrcs than tin* doniesili. varl-'ly. 'i'lii-y
\\4 io j'tr.-ii Dt'oiight u. I0tii'o|ie in Uit-
Itilli ei'iiMiry.
j Canada**- Foref-jin Trncle
I   ... Ilecent   1l(-ur��*.s   compiled   uliow   the
j vahut t>r ('aninht'H imports I'rotn nil
! conn trie,-. for \��r>r*. to hi- !f70**,��G-U'107,
j eominired tilth .4rXS."i,:i.-i,.,fiNNl Cm' \U2i,
1-niuUiiijj; ii. de�� rriiiJi. in vultit- of $S!l,-l!l-l.-
'2SI lot* I'lSf"., The vajtlt' of exjiOllH
' I'l'iiin   ("juuida   \"ov   1 !.�����."���  |m   i-Ivmi   ttf-  "f'I .-
t".e.>,-r.r,:',"v, ^oj*nii:u"< ti ^ni�� w,{):,?.x>",-
'(hi".   ff>r  151'! 1,   maUint.:  nn   inmvtiHn  in
vnlue  of   $;:;-_���r.!��">j)S-l   for  3 025.
Wouit-n weep ���audibly when they tire
tuif.��',''; .dli",i�� linrs murk lhe deepe.sl
X.     t!
WlKf    Itl��-"l    tieve
l_i*m--.vM-rm-�� j-innn��K
I'   war.it ���
their   time
; but ihe- exact direction ai thai lime.
I     "A   special   tw��-��ly-four-hour   watch
face,   wliich   make-*; allowance for eer-
iHliwvariaiBons due io latitude and litis
I only one haml���the hour hand���which
j easts n distitiet .shadow, is bejng made
for the use of the flyer.-- at Commander
1 Byrd's reqiU'>"t ."*
j     i.\   eomhlnt-d   ehronoineu-r  nnd   .sun
idial. similar ln-|ir.1nt:i|ilt>  to ihui   des-
��� c-ribed abn_\e,  wu-j  carrifd  b>   AniUHd-
jsen in his Xorth Polar lllKln. the fate
'of which is j-tin uiideii't-iiiiued. Aniund-
sti'ti's lnsii"u:u<eni  was nmde on his design   by   the   iSe-sr;.   Ituttninient   I'tiuw
pany of Givmany.y
Totinsta   For Canad.t
li Is- expeeted ihat tlie Hoeky Moiui-
taEa-....   and   "vV-f.-it-raa   Ciiiaila   j.i'iif'.-!l,v
will this  year, Sh   vi."-itrd by u reenrd-
breankitiK nmunbcr of tourists from   the
rtiiim-il   SiiHte*"  nnd olhrt* pans of  13m.
j world.       IIt��� t-<��� rv:. .ton-;  far aecnnmuiada-
^ tion* already nutnber nbotii   14,iio0 tuul
: they  are -"tmnin*.  tit  the rate 'it nlxnit
Monarch Of All He Surveys
French /\ctor Dead
One of the  kl��R�� ��r Ihn  huffnlo herd a. WaSnwrlKht Parfc, un tlu- Can-        Th,.   .^h --,,    1(linoUJl0fMl   of   UlH
ntllan   Nation.il   KallwayH   eau-f   ol   KdnwinLoet.       Tl.iu  .phuditl   .sprciui.-.u of    F,,,.nctl  tlniUUlB4(. ^tor Uu;U.n tiuUvVi
the tribe brooks no interference with his f.tnilly  affair*  front,  the you��B..r i ^ fot,nt.r tliAJiaMi.r 0-t .1.,- Th,���.rc d��
u^.7 nl* |.!;e ..prLJc... , l Ja lu.mi,^llUct.t
GO a clay.     Tlve lii'i-mtv of the- CanaiLEitiM
MlJlJ      ih,-      a.L,j.a|.��aJ-| Ui,ij|_e  ;.      Atjjii   b
tt��v 8iio"idiiyhi(. asi-a ,*i(-hl-
seeinR are brinjs: -nor.* widely a|i|ire��
ciaied  each  year.
'I*'! 1
mm iv-*������*ic������������)WM*r.*v5V ovinias ri*.'yv*������i .-ai-^"ai-'. WW* *"  ,i - J     f ���������."��������������� -  -*���������--���������.'  ,A.  ihe crasm-it betibw  "1  #_F������tflA  \  r  **_  j  Por  Pianoforte,  Organ ana  Singing Lessons  lastly  ARTHUR COLLIS. Creston  Local and Personal  P.O. Box 76  CHAS. SVIOORE, C.E.  E*HGIWEEB^.ARCHITECT  SURVEYOR  [Registered}  s  CRESTON,  B.C.  OGILVIE Goods are dependable  Keep up the Milk  Supply by using  Board and room in private family  for high school pupil. Enquire Review  Office.  For Sa_L.E���������A treadle grindstone  with ball bearings, ;$i*_L H. Lyne,-  Creston.       ��������� -"  Mrs. J. -AT Lidgate is a visitor with  Nelson friend^,this week, leaving: on  Sunday,  1 Fob Salt-���������One butter -worker, and  j one Babcock cream tester. P. B.  1 Truscott.  Will not taint  mwmmi       ....m.irm      ..%*���������������  gam   the hair  Wanted-  about   1*300  Eriekson.  FOR RENT���������Cottage, nicely located,  reasonable rental. Apply Mrs. Edmondson.  Lionel* Moore is home for *fl short,  vacation from Sllverton at present;*,  and with his brother, Charlie, spent a  few days in Spokane last week.  For SAUE^-Cheviolet lousing car,  all parts recently renewed, three new  tires and battery last fall, little used  since, $270.    MeMu������.trie, Cieston.  For Salr���������Small cook stove, wood  heater, dining table and three chairs,  hand vaccum cleaner, and quantity of  dry wood.    Mrs.' Bentley,  Creston.  Mima    Cow    For    Sai^e���������Jersey  Shorthorn, quiet and gentle, giving 15  quarts of milk, dully, $50.    Also calf, 2  weeks old, $5.    Carl Wigen,. Wynndel.  The extensive sidewalk building and  repair camp-tig n carried on hy the  village this vear is now at an end, "ind  close.to $2000 has heen spent on this  work.. '        -        "   -  Mr. and Mrs^ C. B. Garland left on   _  Sunday-for" Kelson,   where   they   will ���������  reside in future, quite a large crowd of  friends being" at   the   station   to   see  them off. |  Miss Ethel West, who is on the  teaching staff at the business college  at Medicine Hat, Alberta, is home for  a couple of weeks* vacation, arriving  Saturday. ���������  Wanted���������Apples,   tomatoes,   crab  apples, and onions,.in car  lots.    Don't  sleep at the switch, write or v. ire us- at  once.        Langs taSt      Coal     CrVinpany,  Moose Jaw, Sask.  Married���������At Bonner's Ferry, Idaho, oh August- 17th. Ella Mamie,  second daughter of Mr. and Mis. ������/.  N. Lea.mj*, to Mr. Horace F. Staunton  of Kellogg, Idaho.  Christ Church Sunday school children have" their1 annual picnic on  Wednesday'next, August 26th, atthe  beaeh along Goat River near the old  bridge at Eriekson.  Ji W. Hamilton was a weekend  visitor at Nelson, meeting Mrs. and  Misses H-multon* who returned on  Monday from a- six weeks' holiday  with Victoria friends.  Mrs. R M. _Rei*> and daughter*  Marion,  are   a-enewing   ac-qtiaintanees  ?--.      ^-C.^. ;.*-_.������-..       *1_������.������ ������������..,_>l. ..������.���������������.,. S arta-p      r_r_  Sunday from   Maclead,    Alberta,    and  are stopping with Mrs.   M- J. Boyd.  obin Hood Flour  "���������   ������ mm ���������������������   girTTI '__f"������|   m\%\ "* ____^_____K_____h  a.nci I������!eSI r ee<  _. ia  We carry a full line of  HAY,    GRAIN,    FEED,   SUGAR,    SALT  NAILS and POULTRY SUPPLIES  1     An assortment of Fine Groceries     1  aiwavs in stock!  Ow  ENJOY THE BENEFITS  OF CO-OPERATION!  1  I  mm  CRESTOI4  perauve assik  ER1CKSON  Good ranch horse, weight  lbs.    Clements & Young, j     The   Attree-Players,    the   Calgary  juvenile entertainers who made their  first .appearance hen* a year ago*  appeared at lhe Grand on Thursday  night last, but attracted rather a slim  crowd.  Jacksons  i'as   a   visitor  few days "the  Watkins'  WASHING  COMPOUND  A wonderful discovery. Known  everywhere as the MWa������h Day  Wonder." Composed of nature a  greatewt cieanaing elements, Get  rid of that rub, rub, rub that i������  -wearing your life away. Put it In  the tub, boiler or washer nnd banish your waHh day worrie*-. Hoftens  the water, .saven .voap, tame, la Cot-  awl money.    Nr.   bluing nereswary.  We also have Watkinm"  EZYWASH  Mrs. C. O. Rodgers is a visitor with  Spokane friends this week, leaving on  Tuesday.  Rev. J. A. James   got back   on Sat  urday from a couple  of days*   visit at,  Cranbrook. ���������".���������; **���������  Mrs. Johnston of Spokane is a visit-  or here this week, the guest of .Mrs.  ..Walter Fisher  Fob? Rent���������Furnished rooms for  light housekeeping. Apply Mrs. J.  Arrowsmith, Creston.  Mrs. Jas.   Lioclchead   *  ���������with Spokane friends   a  latter part of The week.  Fob Oale���������BuS-y buggy. ' almost as  good as new, $12 cash.. Enquire *V������  Mawson store, Cret-ton.  Miss Elsie Davies of Fernie is a visit-'  or here this week   with   her   parents,  Mr. and Mrs. A. E.  Davit s.  Mrs. Henderson and family got back  on Saturday after a three weeks' holi -  day stay with friend-* in Vancouver.  i     FoitSAl.E-r6-ro()m bungalow on four  { acres of orchard, with  good buildings  | and water.    Apply H.  Lyne* Creaton.  ! Mrs. D. W. Dow of Cranbrook was  a visitor here a few days lust week,  with Mrs. J. W. Dow, " returning on  Friday.  8. R. Hart arrived from the Old  Country on Tuesday and is a visitor  with his Hister,   Mi*h.  H. Lyne,   for   a  short stay.  Found���������On August 16th, between  Cret*ton and Eriekson, neck scarf.  Owner can have an mo on applying at  Review Office.  For Sat_,e���������Some slightly need  Matriculation bookf-, going at a reaHon-  ubie price. Apply liy mail to livelyri  Hurry. Creaton.  Christ Church Sunday school, which  has been on vacation since the first  Bunday in July, Ih due to roHtime on  Sunday, A������*gunt IJOtb.  V ��������� imwM,JriL ww ������3\JP\xi  CRESTON  For Salic���������Drag i������nw,  with three miwu, :u> cut,  with pole, UJ.'iire potato  A.  McMnrtt-ie. 0 pec, ton.  circular Haw  hay   mower  dtgK'-r.    W.  (������o������wl calebet* reported in Arrow  Creek and float River tipntt'eam. and  nt the ferry. 1**1 1#������h nnd bug bait at  Crewton Drug At Book Htore.  Th������* party of campar������ in charge* of  Mrn. BUmh got back on Thun-rltty from  a. two ������/wkh' ihtav at .Hun.mil, Lake r������n  the Klockmann trail, ahr-vo .PorthUl.  They report the bucklel-errles an  uniiHtmlly heavy crop thin year in that  b*-ct.iuii.  .Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Macdonald .of  Sunimeriand, who are spending the  summer with Creston friends, left at  the end of the week by motor on *r  visit with Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Dow at  Cra-nhrook. ,���������'-..'.  Mr. and Mrs. G. J. Bayle were  Bonnets TFerry visitors on Monday  where they were ^witnesses of the  marriage of the latter's -sister, Mit-tn  Ella Learny, to Mr. Horace Staunton  of Kellogg, Idaho.  Kimberiey Press: Bert Norris re'  turned this week ft-oni 'a trip to Vin-  torm to which city lie was called on  acctiunt of a cufiouR accident to his  wife. Mrs. Morris was pecked in the  eye by a setting hen.  At the. August sesHiori of the village-  commissioners the Traffic ..By Law wun  finally approved and jueSct week we  hope to he able to give-a. digest of its  more iraportunt provision*-. A speed  limit of 15 miles is provided for.  Kitchener hasehall team- made  another appearance at Creston on  Sunday afternoon, when they en  countered a team made up partly of  intermediate material and. as iibuhI,  were defeated, the score,being 12 to 11.  Arthur Gobbett got bat-Icon Friday  from a visit with hit* sister, Mrs. Bunt,  at Walla Wnlla. Wash., and left next  day on his return to Calgary, Albertii,  where lie ifr employed in a garage,  Liis brother, Harold, accompanied him.  ���������,  Foster waa miles out in his weather  guesH for * the middle of, August,  According to hiH foreoawt the week  centreing oti the 16th waa to hu ve boon  the hottest of the month. Ih tho  Oreston district it, waa the onoleab of  tho summer so far. .  Tho Parti He restaurant |fc again hi  charge of Jim Hing, a former proprloft-  or. who leased it out about a yeor ago  In iirdet* to omkn nn extended   vlnlt in  China and who, wS-nce bin "return eurHen-  in the yonr, Iiiih boon operating the  Colli ranch ut Krlckflon,  Mr. and Mrs. Harold Got id win and  yumrg daughter, of Kellogg, Idaho  are here this week on a vi*,it with his  parents. Mr. and Mrs. T. Goodwin.  They tell of the. arrival of another  daughter to Mi*, and Mrs. R. B. McLeod in that city on August 6th.  -Chas.   Moore,     along    with   H7" L������l  Crosthwait and R.' Thurston, got  a way -on Saturday for Ainsworth  where they expect to remain for ten  days or two weeks, taking care of  some survey- work on the/ Eden- ]  Crescent group of mineral claims.     .  This is certainly a' lucky year* for  .motorists in -these - parts. Almost  every week - ears go over the hank  somewhere between lure and Kus*  kanook hut so far without any serin-'8  injury. On Saturday two 'travelleis  in   closed!   Dodge'    toppled    over   at  Washout creek and although tlie car  turned over fnur times, landing along .  side the C.P.R. track witb wheels ia  the air, yet neither of -the occupants  were the worse of their experience.'   .  Anglican Church Services  SUNDAY. AUaUST2S  7.30 p.m.  Loyal Orange Lodge, No. 2095  Meets THIRD THURSDAY of .  each _ month, at Mercantile  ^ Halt. Visiting brethren cordi-  "" ' ally invited.     -   . ���������     . ���������������  _-   ' ERIC OLSON. W.M.  ORESTON DRUG & BOO  OE30.: ''JEE.^KEI-IJY  WeV;luEiye. a number of orders^^ already placed for School  ^Textbooks, and jf you wish to start thelxerm right it  wiii hev_ssentiai that you book your order :eariy; "We  are in a jpositioii to order all School Books from jthe  ^ublishors, assuring you current prices dri the books.  ms&am  Now   you   are   through   with   the   Strawherries  and  Raspberries is it not time to attend to iyour  requirements in  Peach, Tomato {Cucumber Crates  Apple Boxes and Crates  We can make prompt delivery of these..,  ��������� ^ '.-.,. ���������  i . *  ^���������������������������S^' *���������T* t^gmr,- "A ,   At*****^   ' Mmw*"~*mm, "���������p'*^      _#^"^_l  **_B���������N*'I___L   mimf^^   '   '**t/Fm**M   *W*^I^   ',__r'*^S*^  %mm^ jmmmZjL  JmZ^mmm. b^^ &  '    \^^ i%        JX^OL ^L^'lM. ��������� ��������� ^.VB     ,,,.P/-t4 JR^^, KZj^  box ]m^:nv^  aas:  Beven teauiH were hu������y on the haul  of gravel fo? the United Church b������B->  moot on Monday, The lean to at tho  back haw been taken down and work la  being rut-hnd on the new addition and  alteratlon-i. Throughout August the  attendance at tht* Sunday achool lwiw  been close to the 80 mark 'and the  extra room ia badly needed both for  worship and Sunday bchool worlc.  We also handle a line of GUABANTEED SECOND  "���������     HAND' USED OAKS.    , '"'. '*'���������'  Garages at Creston and Kitchener  with a full line of Car Parts and Accessories,  "jgfflg^^ta    ^Hj^J        t���������Qlw       eTTuML     ^SgS^S ^^Se^  jSrJSS   wSmmWm,   n|     JH^TH   fKt wm ,���������L_hB  \Wm\\+W   f|OT3   ,mW     mm    %%% mm   "W ^OSF  R. S. .BEVAN, Prop.  ^^L^^Q    ^^T^^^H     ^H   ^3,.      jff^fK    ^^^^������H     Hmuu|  I   ^Vni  fli     M   M   Wm   Im     mm   ^mFH    MMM  Exclusive Ford Dealer  mmmmmmmwmmm  iiMiiOTiiMiigiia'jiiwimiiiBi  mm  mm^mmM^^ssmsmm  ���������immsm  WmWmmitWmm


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