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 ',������  Provincial Library  apJ27  EYI  Vou XYIIE  creston; ,&:.&$ Friday, july 2a, 1920  ���������a"*-      -������-  No. 2B  Grand, Xo-Nigni  Monday -fight, July 12th, aiit-he | A _*    1$'~ ^"Jl S? * ^^a.  J_r-������i ���������   <__  ������.-��������� *    -��������������� ^ -- ���������*- ^ *���������       I  JUBL 9k Ik    j_r������j*jB5S mmV n   mtr* TmWm%m\mm7w>Vr ���������**  , Compton packing shed, uudei?,ihe  --^T?** m*"****** ** ������������<������������������������.  Searle Headstone  v  - AtWst, the world's foremost corned  L ian Charlie Chaplin? has launched biB  -    gieatest comedy-, "The Gold')Rn^hs', on  - the sea of; popular fancy %  Announce-*  ihant ia made-by Mam?g������r l������odgers"-of  the  Grand Th^tre^tb������t,he bas, paid-  the record "price* for  airy" photoplay  v   **    -ever showil- in Creator* ahd thjat the  .celebrated, stor's "hew. United ~ Artists  Corpprution release conies here'^Frlday*  and-Saturday,' July 23rd and 24thV - "-  ----._-   g-Qr sixteen months, Charlie Chaplin  worked, on * this production. During  that time Ke* w^s practically- a hermit���������recluse to all, "save-his studio  associates. ^Oaly the vaguest', an--  _nounc<-*ment*3 of progress oV the "The  Gold Hush" cain-e from bis studio.  Cbapltn^epses, and ''.expresses more  than any other entertainer.." th'e close  affinity between tihe ludicrous, and the  pathetic*   his comefdy .springs-, from  within���������more,   as a-   matter of   mood  than   of���������  ch-ciuhstance.    Usually   he!  needs very little, story structure to his.  roniedy, but in **The Gold Kush-V he  has .created^a rugged  story ".in  which  laughter surges from the spectacle of j  a    valiant     weakling-   facing'   perils  which strewed the paths of ttitF"early  gold seekers with .skeletons* -'"*?*  In the role of a hardh'-ck. soi"t"**doDglis  dressed in the baggy pants," the floppy1  shoes, the old derby and funny Cane  of early association, Charlie twists the  sufferings  of   the   Alaskan   pioneero  .- into'a strane.e-coru mingling oF-hutaor  and tragedy.   He  thaws fun  fr<~-ni  a  frosty,  forbidding   background. "* The  treatment is  wholly unlike anything  hitherto done, and strikes a (new note,  iopboto dramatics.  :    Charlie GhapKn> "The Gold Bush"  ' 4irtnt������in% comedy,;<lrama, satire.inelcv  dfaroa, farce. ^Tofc'to/org-et^a \UfetIf_  Lf-"^**^^^ "fciwir  ^^S^^^^^_^d-^&t"*^^tpmeiltn all 'rolled into.  b* ihs -*" ��������������� -id^H^ - ** 3 ^^  on  Ja*-,  direction ofthe "������..0.*B.A, y~ The -music  was' by Mrs. Constable, piano; OSvH.  -Lunfe, y violin; ' G*. .Davie, drums- -and  the evening was^ thoroughly enjoyed  by all the- dancers/ After" paying all  expenses the ladies are $30 to the good.  Another Ford has "been "added to the.  fleet of autos owned at Alice Siding.  Bob Miller handles, the steering wheel.  ��������� *       .       *_,-"  Miss Siva' Kelly ih a "visitor' 'with  Kunberfey friends this week.'    -  " *��������� ~  Jack Miller, who has been at Staveiy. Alberta, for the past few months,  arrived home on Sunday to help with  haying operations.    " ~~   x ~ *  Raspberry shipping is about over  for tbe season, y The. crop bas been  rather heavier than was at flist anticipated.-  : At the.arnual school meeting' at the  schoolhouse on the JttUf Victor Qarr  Was the unanimous .choice for another  three year term as trustee, and with  W. H. Mather -cndajtohn Miller constitute the bottigjl for the y^Ar, with  -Guy , Constable, reelected -audito"**.  Bush-V hef^00 was voted to finance the school  .tbis^year. There is" no announcement  as yet au -to who will succeed Mr.  -LaMam-md as teacher.     -   __   y  . Quite a number .from here were at  Creaton on Saturday for the funeral  of the late Andy Matthews, who was  tilled In a. logging accident at Birch-  biuik on Wednesday, Deceased was a  formes resident at Alice Siding, leaving here adout nine years ago lo make  the home at Nefaon. -"He is survived  by * a widow and one daughter, for  whom the greatest of sympathy is felt.  iVfe-*  m������Vtt*ffKar-  S&B-JB-Smmmmm  ���������musmmtrMyg  -���������/n  Ih  Miss FoxaSl of , Cran bro ok was a  visitor With Mr, anil-Mrs. Coil]is a few  days at the end of the week,  Ji^-W,.* Kelly gwas combining bu&i-  -neaa with pleasure on a visit to  Kimb-arley last"week.  Another car of ore-from  the Alice  , mine was  shipped  to the smelter ut  Trail   last   week, and   it is' expected  regular shipments will   be continued  from the property.  A car of heavy oil has arrived at  Creston and will be put dn the hard  surface road in this section.  Miss Ruth Smith has just returned  to Vancouver aftet a few weekH visit  here with her mother, Mrs. Stace  ���������Stall th.  , -*. ���������  f The biggest crowd ever seen at a  dance at Alice  Siding was in evidence  ,,mttrm������Mm00i>i0ffl<  k ... .HEAliy   .-.    .  J. Forsyth Smith  Canadian Fruit Trade Comro Is*  si oner in Q treat Britain, on the  "Economic Problems of  Marketing Frait in the  Old Country **��������� ,-y :.;<-,������������������'���������  Trinity Church Basement  CRESTON  ifif^ illii  a'    , -.,."*  at EIGHT p.m.  The Tennis Club held avarice in' She  a- -* J*1 >. "* ~      "  There was variety to- proceedings at  the July meeting*,of Creston Board' o������  Trade oh ^Tuesday night la*t, which  was in charge ,yo_T President; Mallandaine,, and favored with a represrnta-  tiv'e -turnout,  - 7 x   f        - -  *. ���������  Highway matters were much to the*  fore and inehfd-Sd' the sending~*bf an  8.o.s. call to "the-^public-works department to do something, immediately, to  remedy the badytravelling on the road  from the Crisle^lgarage to the Cameron ranch. In - the very dryeweather  that prevails - this .stretch of earth  road is rutted "uery badly. The C.P.Rt.  will be^sked , ft>!, dunip a carload of  cinders to improve the approach to  their crossing, at .yBrickson.     ' "  In view .of -^l&e ex**������cted visit of  Premier Oliver to Kelson at the end of  this month the "Secretary was authot--*  ized to send MH-^Cliver/as well as the  minister jof- agriculture, copies of lihe)  resolution adopted-by Lhe Associated,  Boai-ds of Trade Tte$fardiog the moving  of thel East Kooienay agriculturist to  Camp Xjister and^-startihg hint to work  on a demonstration "farm at the  soldier settlement. . The Associated  Board's executive-will also tie asked to  interview the premier when he- is in  -tfglurin "*������ +W_a S������__J_1!45 CtiTS-rtc^timCi**. A  Chairman' "Hayes %>t the publicity  committee' was. voted $10 to taae a  page, space in the Associated Board's"  annual report and given full'power to  prepare the matter to fill the same,  lhe report has a wide distribution in  Canada, the U.S., and Old Country~  H. Im. Eastlake wrote {the board asking them to take. Jfehe initiative in the  "tuatter of securing a   suitable   headstone for the grave of Sergt. ..Searle of  the~R,C.M;P.,*:-w|io7wa������  drowned in  of Duchess apples has just been made'  the Kemp and L.ong ranches having  these for export on Sunday.  Mas. H. A. McKownan of Cranbrook  waa a motor visitor here for the weekend visit with'her parents, Mr. and  -Mrs. Geo. Cartwright.  __, r-  .   Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Hobden and Mr.  and  Mrs. Percy Boffey are expected  home thir week from  a two weeks'-  Camying holiday at Corn Creek.  -The Church yof ErEgland people are  having a -garde& party ahd-concert at  the W, H. Kemp ranch on Wednesday eight, July 28tb.  *���������  Thatthe.season is a very early  one  is  evidenced'--to the   garden   at   the  station where -agent .Bundy now has  cannas in   bloom, whilst the 'gladioli  and dahlias have been  in  flower for  s ime-days bast.   *  ...Miss Walker of Nelson has been  secured to take charge of Di vision 2-  of the Srickson school fur, the ensuing  year, but so far" there is^nb announce  ment a& i-o who ' will- be principal.  Trustee-"E������ Cartwright has been chosen  chairman of,, the "boaid; witb R. M.  Telford, secretary.   "  -' "VTancbuvev jProvmce: British-Columbia 'students won two of the seven  fellowships-offered by'the University  of Toronto-for next sessioa and is the  'onlyJ-provinee' outside of* Ontario tO_  reach that achievement. One of the  appointees if Earl Bircuey, 163 Thirty-  Ninth Avenue -east, who .graduated  from the" University oLlk.C. lu May  last. He will continue his studies ih.  'English at Toronto^ Daring his .-final  year at"*"J.B.C. he'was editor-in-chief  of the **"CJbessy," the Varsity publication.  **K ��������� m ^ChB mYmT% _������k<__���������_rR*a**_"-___**.  Water Supply  /,  i  and the musicy-liy the .Oea^o^orchesrr  tra, 'was of "the-2'hessb.r" "���������  /  'Prior to bin wppo-Entiwen t ������e Pruf %  Trade Ci>nini(H������lonet>, Mr. Brnltah  wan located In lhn Okiuna^an. ami  conii->R excelpUo-riallp we1k.,qmil)fte(V  a.������.    ..Jkuuen      Giii      -)iv<illlkitl"y     -ft |.i>(I<ii������1  Markettng.  W. H.-Browne, who is in charge of  the haying nn the flats was here on  Monday, issuing cutting permits. He  also held a -meeting here on Thursday,  22nd. in connection with cutting.  Haying will start on" jMonday. With  H-- continuance of the prevailing hot  weather this should be a record .early'  year for puttiog up hay.  Last week was a busy and evenful  one* in baseball circles. On Tuesday  night there-was a game between the  married and single' men in which the  -henedicts left the bachelors miles behind. On jWednesday the mill men  played the farmers, and the ranchers!  being more used to thehay gave the  lumberjacks a bad ben ting. On Thai's-  day^ the locals played a team of Calgary-Fern ie-Duck Creek players, with  one or two odd positions filled by  Sirdar. This team was trimmed so  badly that if tho aggregation hud  not done some talking no one would  have\lcnown there w-vs uny opposition.  On Mondayvof thi*} .week the third  game "between Wynndel* and the  aforesaid inter-provineinl team was  played and Wynndereame out on the  long end tjt.the$c$w��������� giving. th*������ locals  tlio big end of.-*-i'eerie'a'of^-'t^t^e^anies.  ' i\*ti-.and Mra. J. C Mpore* of Beion-  _del;. were' _ 7 horti: 'tiver. aM*$ '. weplcend,  cbmming in cWiiaatuir^a^J to b6y attend  the:fupeti-tlvpf''tba  the Jat-^y''Andyy: f^a^theti'a,, 'TVho; was  klllfd in a logging ecclient at Birch-  bank last week. They returned to  Itiohd'el on: Monday,'. '.:'_    ,.,'���������';':  ���������  M. Hagen, Who haa hc-en laid Up for  a week, "with a ?ba<lty7 bruised leg,  cimsed br -a rock fulling on It while  working In the HndHon Baj- minb nt  Salmo, left on Monday for NMson for  medical attontioio, and thence to  return to the mine. 7 7  Mm,   V.   Wlltlnnaa " .Of" Ed mohton,  AlBi������i-a*taU,">vhi" hun hi'&u ^uffcriiig-, if-n/ti  4a serloijs  attack  of vheunhitic fever,  arrived on Monday on a vjalt with hor  p ^-ehtw, Mr* and Mes. 12,. Butterfield.  We omitled' mentioning In the biise-  ball news that tho tojinn composed of  Oal-^ry-fPernle^Duefc 'Orcptx, ctc/f.play"  ������������������"���������*,   waa   known   ok .Sii-dar baseball  a*. ,.., *,.. ir. ,.;*..,* t',...,.. a    a ,      . -* -  j*    .ifc.J.      ������__A*al ���������������    tUUIUJa   ^Vl-   alallMI.   <4V *������y ',-lal������������_l   UO  j not know,. ���������  ��������� ' ��������� *. K   ��������� ' Z-  t^������5*ve;ln Creston cenietery.^Tbeboar^  ^^raed-that something should begone  and-the secretary will write/dtvisional  headquarters- nt Lethbridge, Alberta,  as well as Corp. Smith, who was last  in charge at Creston, and tiow attached to headquarters staff, to ascertain  jnst what the-i"mobn*'"'esni organization  might bej$repared to do .-to help, along  the good work*  No Paper Next Week  Obaerviua the commendable  custom in all regular and well  governed ** weekly newspaper  offices of taking a week's holiday, there will be. no issue of  The Review tjexb ,Frida������, July  30tli. The biiBinesB office will  be ppeii as usual, however, iand  folks, jdesirous of paying sub-  jBcriptions or other acdouhta will  be parfcioulaily weioomed.  BI^mmfmrnwrnT  iV^iai6r:'S^^<-*#le.i^ H*5fra*>$s-o������ls"-  made anjoSicial vtsltj^t the eridypf 'the  week," eo������Bi_0Ky"-in .on-y^turday and  going ont Sunday! ^He^Ste keeping a  close watch/n*3.'.tlije; line*, with many  forest fires raging.and thf* weather so  dry. J        - -"- Vrj-J   -; .���������""*��������� ^  "^* -*      ' -,  - Word  arrived 'at-the  end   of- the  week of they'*saf������^-arr"rval at  Liverpool  on the 166h. of M^7 Martin  and  Mrs.  Loasby, whokreapendingtwo ntiomths  holidaying, in .France,  England und  Belgium. '._',"  , Bev. S. Newby "had a fair turnout  for the Church of England \service on  taking   his  Erlek&on  ':,: All pre v Ious records for enriy tomato  marketing in the Creston Valley have  been .smashed this year by W. G  Littiejohn who had a very fine' crato  of them for the town trade 6ny'.Tue1_i������.'  4������y, .-';"'.'.        ,,-    ,    ' .,.','';"   ���������' ".'.. .', 7Z  JR5..S. Cuming was a Visitor at Kitchener on Saturday night where he  hiindlud the '"violin in the Peerless  orchestra which made its debut ua a  dance organization that, night, with  Goo. David of Canyon as leader.  ��������� Mrs. 0. Gi. Benncib of^Pprnle arrived  at the first Of the week on a vistt. with  Mr. and Mra. Fraiik Btaplea.    .    :  ,>  All the 0.P.K. section nten between  Yahk and BJi dar were at work In thia  orca Sunday and Monday handling a  Arc that started near the track half a  mile west and hurne-1Zi swath up pver  tho hogabnclr.   It tVaM got uhdor coh-  Uo\ IMmiif^ny ritiL'Tmoon,7'"' 7  - ���������'"���������' - ���������>-* '*-.'. -... - ���������'' - y��������� ���������  Boad foreman Leawny haa had ajpr-j-fllr  at work tlio past few diiyB (straightening out the r6ad from the Holder  ranch up toward -the,' old Howard  place, which will lucpedlte travelling  in that aoctU-m. -t  Express Bhlpping !������ falling off wlth  lallU     ������!Hl-J    ������������������������    <>���������������������>      m<A0fHt\Jmmy    ttatltitilt       tm.il  hand.   A record for early    shipping  Sunday    night.    He   iu  holidays next month*  Sunt Bysouth is giving Sunday  visitors at Kuskanook great service in  tlie hot weather, having ice cream on  sale every Sunday now, Sara is also  appplying for a license to open a beer  parlor there.    ,     ;> "'-'k.Zk^  Principal Hunter wilt not b<} return  ing to Sirdar after the holidays as he  has accepted a position as vice-princ  ipal at Grand j������orks. His predecessor  here, Mr. Hines, is also on the Grand  footles teaching staff.. We heat* ^  Italian-Canadian principal has : been  secured fan Sirdar for next term.  Mis, McLaren and children  of Ct estop ai;*)   opciipyifig   their    camp   at  Kuskanook, andMvill be staying for.a  co uplo or weeks.   Mrs. HareMind cnil-*  drcri of Creaton ure also there.        yt  - At the annual school meeting- on-tb������  10th Mra. Whiteside waa electlfd  trustee for .the three-year term, iinc  ce^-ding Sam Lombardo, and with  -Messrs. Dcones and Cam make up tbe  board for this year, Mra Sid McCabe  waa re-olectcd auditor.  Jioy Proctor .is taking a week ot'f at  present nnd a Mr. /Haslam of Gran-  brook replaces him on   the yard crew  The section crews are getting In con  aldorablu over tlmo fighting fires along  tho right of way. -Sunday night ihey  were at Erickwonyand on Tuesday  night thoy Had a call to Kinert. <aa������it  of Kitohener. , ���������  - ,  Thn. water In the lake ia by far the  lowoat it has ever been known at this  time of year, and if It keeps on falling  there will ho some difficulty operating  the freight slip,  With Commissioner F. H. Jackson '.  home again all members of tbe village  council-w"Bre'" on hand-for" the July  session on Monday night last, the  feature of which was the "appearance  of delegation made up of Mejssrt*.  Adlard^ AlSan, Bevan and Hayes of  the Board of Trade's water committee,  who presented the board's*views i-n  connection with.village participation  in the proposed Arrow Creek irrigation system.   *���������  The pay roll for the month was a  heavy one, accounting for expenditures <������f"$1020, in which,.is included  $248 for the painting of the interior  and exterior of tbe municipal building  and improvements to the firehall section of the structure. In addition to  this the the .past month has been a  busy one In"sidewalk construction and  and' improvement on .the roads^  There "was     a. letter    from   Goat  Mountain    waterworks     asking'   for  permission to erect a tank on Canyon  street at a point about  opposite the  W. K. Brown  residence with  a view  to improving.the water service In that  vicinity, but after a thorough discission the request was refused.  -   Jas. Adlard presented tbe caseffbr  the   water  delegation,   pointing _ cut  that the  engineer's figures Indicated  that a sum of ^16,500 would be requir  ed to ���������> nable the, village to, secure an  interest.in the main pipe line of the  irrigation, system tihat   would,   biing  dowp sufficient water every month In  I the year to give the 300 acres embraced id the village   corporation water  equal -to  'three   inches per acre- per  month=���������tfte authorities figuring that  whether the water is used for domestic  purposes in a densely settled centre or  on^tijtf*/lajid SU'nches .^^aea������ per-ipc^l^j..  Is im exceptionailj^" liferaly^supply cfor  all village purposes,7including* ample  fire-protection.- Mr,< Adlard's figures  showed taat even  with  the village tn  Arrow Creek Atill had. a big supply of  water to .spare, and for domestic use  its quality-was the highest.  The delegation asked that the commissioners submit the future water-  supply- question to the ^village rate-.  payers by way of plebiscite, giving the  citizens all the details, and impressing  upon them tbat if the village wishes  to assure itself a water supply for the  future never, again will they have an  opportunity to get a supply at such a  reasodable figure.  The commissioners assured.that the  matter would have serious considera-'*  tion and if, on examination, the proposition indicated it was all that was  claimed for it, a plebiscite would be  submitted in due course.        ..    ���������  CHRIST.; CiaLXJRCH  -.-.t  CRESTON  at  "' W . A A... aaaS^LC&aflEP 3  *' ALricicson  on  ICE���������For Sale quatmtltv* off Ice at  $7 per ton ut our Ice hou-tc, Co-Opor-  ativc Prult Growers Assn., Wynndel,  VB UU J-; UUIJ   2S  ^7:45 p.nK  REFRESHMENTS  z Vocal.wnd\ Instrumental  Items:  .Dialogue*. Recitations  Scout Display  . ADULTS 50c. CHILDREN 25c  ': j  FREE AUTO COHVEITMCE FROM TOW* s  THE    REVIEW,   .CRESTON,    B.    G.  \ *-  *--.  r  Tine most  ixk������&Tmd JM  Condensed milk  19-26  WORLD HAPPENINGS  .  BRIEFLY TOLD  "Device   Makes   "Dry  ke"  is  Perfectly  Dry,  Cannot  ivieit, and  is  Intensely Cold  A device that makes what is called "dry ice," will keep ice cream frozen in its oiiginal state for hours at a  time without the use. of ice, It is  now possible to send a pint of ice  cream from 'New^Tork lo Chicago by  "aeroplane and when the package  .opened, the ice cream will be found  frozen, hard, just as it came from the  freezer many hours before!  "Dry ice" cannot melt and is perfectly dry to the touch,'Und is so cold  that it will make a thermometer drop  to 13 0 degrees below zero. ?  You have noticed tlie small bubbles  that form and rise-to the surface in a,  soda pop bottle when you pry- off the  cap. T.his peW ice, Popular Science  Monthly explains, is made "out of the  same gas that forms those bubbles. In  othei5* words, il is carbon dioxid.e gas  cooled  down and  compressed  until it  Canadian  Granite     -_..-*  _     For War Monuments  Quebec  Qsiarf.es  The Gity of New York generates and  sUses"~about 10 per cent, of all electnc  energy generated in IT. S.  Cowcatchers like those used on  American railroad engines are being  introduced on automobiles iu London  as a safety device.  After being published continuously  for just over 21 years, the Red Deer  News has ceased publication. It was  sold, to the Red Deer Advocate-  Out ,of a. population, of over ..-30,000,  only 1,500 residents of Saskatoon  will be liable to pay city taxes this  year. ��������� ��������� .  *  A liberty  bell  made of  20,000  electric . lamps,   and   as    tall    as   a  storey building,  is to be  a feature of  Philadelphia Sesquicentennial.  Had a secret . ballot been takeii  among the miners' wives, says Emmel-  ine Pankhurst, "writing in The London.  Sunday Express, the miner's" strike  would never have heen called..  The Canadian Club of New York  has a total membership of 1,300 and  has increased at the rate of one'member per day during the last three  months.       .      y      '  ���������  Women and girls in tltfe West SHafti  Guardians' Central Home, "Condon,  Eng., detained under the provision? of  the Lunacy Act, are to be allowed to  visit the local cinema once a week, at  the expense  of  the guardians.   ^  One hundred dead and -more "than  200 injured- have been removed from  the mass of mud, lava and rocks precipitated by the eruption of a volcano  in Tokachl province, Hokkaido Island,  Japan.  John    H.    Fox,    deputy receiver or  taxes at Long Island City, has installed  four tear-gas guns and a big gong for  an   alarm.       Cashiers  can release the  tear gas by stepping on knobs on ihe  floor.      Receipts'of taxes at ihe office  at   times amount to $500,000 iu  a  day.  Mexican  bandits   have captured two  Americans   and   are   holding   ihem   In  Mexico   for   a   ransom   of   6.000  peso**,  according io a-.-.vices received from the  American consul   at  Torreoiv.       C.   C.  liraden, a mining engineer, and a man  named  r'allagher are  the men held.  finally forms -ji solitf, frozen mass.  Solidified carbph dioxide has beeu  pro'duced^on a laboratory scale several  times, but this is the fiTst application  of this queer freezing agent to the  preservation of ice -cream.  Painful Sprains/Bruises,  Restored By Nerviline  There Is soothing power iri Nerviline  that has made it famous for nearly  fifty .years past. It sinks Sn deeply,'it  penetrates quickly, it takes away the  pain from a sprain.and brings grateful relief to bruised, aching "muscles.  If your joints are stiff and you are suffering from Rheumatism or Lumbago;  if Neuralgia "bothers you now aiid.-  six- i again, use trusty old "Nerviline."      It  works wonders, whether tjie pain Is  Internal or external. Get a large 35-  cent bottle from your dealer today.  y  Furnish   Stone   "Ffpr  ���������Memorials in   France    *-'*  Fif ty>f bur '"pieces -ol" granite from the.  quarries at? Bee-be; QueT;' have " been,  shipped to'France to take their placo  in the eight monuments that" are being erected^on the Belgian and Frenc(h  is "-battlefields, to commemorate the heroism and -hardihood of the Canadian"  Army Corps. . Six of the blocks weign  fifteen tons $ach, ami they will ne  used as the central shalts hi these  memorials.- Each central block wiii  bea-r" inscriptions in English ana  French describing the event commem-  c/rated. ���������  The monuments mark some of the  greatest engagements in which "the  Canadian Army Corps participated  'The vicinity' ot* Ypres will see three  erected finally, one at St. Julien, one  at Hill 60 and the third at Passchen-  daele. -_.  The Cambrai battle will be commemorated by- two, one at Bourlon  Wood and the second, at Drury.  "Viriiy Ridge will have one, and one  each goes to preserve the .memory ot  the Battle of r/tmiens, at Le Quesnel,  and the fighting on the Somme, at  Courcellette.        *���������" t  ��������� The, concrete, construction is well  advanced at Vimy, and the masonry  work will begin this summer. As  the monument' includes a number of  sculptured -groups and figures, how-  ever,vit will be several years before it  is completed.  All the sites have been treated by.  the commission in a most Effective  way. Their plarys" includ.9 retaining  walls and landscape gardening, flights  of steps and terracing, as well as  pathways and flagged courts. -  ���������^/X^m~m*m~*T-<**.*m,~'mfmimm.m.m\m.mm.0.____&.__.mmm.^h^-^-^-^^-^-r-^ ������������������ ^- ��������� ���������-j������_j     ��������� * -  -������������������ ���������      -       ������/>5  When Butter Is Sold Un Sight |  .    *   Grocers know the value of 'ah^tt&ctive Appleford  \**rap for butter.     They; realize the s^llin,gi. power oi a distinctive design."    They'&now that in the customers eyes  "it increases-the value of the,butter.    -���������"'"'  J *  - Xn Appleford Wraps yo^i get a high-grade parchment  paper with a special design that, is- attentibrircom-  pelling. Being absolutely., greaseproof it_ protects. the  flavour ot your butter. ,      ,/���������._,  - May we design a wrapper for your jcreamery? "Write  us-fpr satnples and prices.  C������0JNI2^O_IEOiBofiK  COM I>A-XV11.IMITKH  Ha-MILTO*-,   ' CANADA    .  /      --   .-        ,---(,  ��������� .    ��������� WESTERN AGENCIES t-  PacilEc "Waxed Paper Co. "Western.Waxed Paper Co.  320 Davie s-t. Vancouver 290McDermottAve. Winnipeg  Hunter Martin & Co.   -Regina "  "  ^������������g{������������-Kg7^x������-:������������'>x^������'{g_*;*g*g?g?a  WJ2.J?"-*'  Walnut ts King Of Woods  Walnu* appears <������"* he the king lu  r;om������*i<*rr-ial brudAcood lumber, measured in cost Miandardr-. This -irl.sro-  rtrai i.s th������- only ������������������-. pec I-*-_��������������������������� of wood ns-ert  ^er.eraU> tor lumber ihat rosit,'' more  than ut uny other lime in its history.���������  Lumber Trad*- Journal.  Her Nerves Were  "Al! Broken lip"  She Could Mot Sleep  Mra.   David   Ostllough-Jr,   37   "Ly-nd-  liurs* Avb,, Hamilton, Ont., writ������ii*  ���������"^Mv* noi-vr-H w.������rt_ nil broken up  miff! could not Hlo.ep ������t night, nnd I  ���������would liriv--. to get up out of b-*d nnd  wnllc tli-j floor for hours at a time  After IK! ng a Box  of  It will Relieve a Cold.���������Colds are  the commonest ailments of mankind  and if neglected may lead to serious  conditions. Dr. Thomas' Eclectric  Oil will relieve the bronchial passages  of inflammation speedily and . thoroughly and will strengthen them  against subsequent attack. A.nd as it  eases the inflammation it will usually  stop the cough because it allays the  I irritation in the throat. Try it and  prove it. -y y  GUk uROSSWORlJ PUz,Z,Ll������  c  /  Unitea   States   Sitting   Tight  Debtor Nations Are ^ Having Hard  Time to Make Payments  Perhaps some day Uncle Sam may  feel benevolent enough to follow the  policy of Great Britain succeeding  the Napoleonic wars, by which enormous continental debts were cancelled, but in the meantime he-is sitting  tight and the debtor nations are trying  Tto devise  ways of making  payments.  They cannot pay in goods because-of  i the United States tJiriff wall. To  raise gold, they must undersell Uncle  Sam in other markets., which is difficult. And if they sell there ��������� they  must also buy in other markets, thus  shutting out United States importations, which would not contribute to  leniency on Uncle^Sam's part.-���������Toronto Globe. _  (  season lhe two-piece frock  rules over a wider domain than ever,  and on many days, the hours of its  reign extend from morning to evening. Therefore, it. must he practical,  .vet. combine a.s well, a sepii-formal  charm for leisurely events. The  model pictured here is a typical ex-  iiniple of a sports costume ihnt Is  smartly corn-pel for either a mornTng  ol* shopping, or an afternoon of bridge.  Tlie  jumper shows a high,  turn-down  ,; collar, joined l.o ti, veal.ee witli .button  t ilniniinjr, am".. oddly-sh.i-.peil pnteli  liofkeis Ihal support a nni'r.c.)W lie heir, 1  It I in h long m'l-ln sleeves gHtherod to'  (l-"������-p ciiffs at the wrists. The t*Ki\;(,  ui inched to a body linliiR, Is hox-  pljtiu-il at tin* 1'ionl only. No lUUl t.s  in .-'i'/cs 10. I.S nnd 20 yemv. Size I.S  >.-:ti-:. i-ef|iiii"es  1 r:U  yards rifilnch plain  . niiiifi'luf I'or sUirl, with "M ytird llniag  lor boiHcf top; blou-.i. reipiires *i'/������  >;.;ils  Wi -Inch   Mwiircd   iniileriiil, and  No A*thma Remedy Like It. Dr. 3.  D. Kellogg's Asthma Remedy is distinctly different from other so-called  remedies. Were this not\so it would  not have continued its great work of  relief until known from ocean,, to  ocean lor its wonderful value. Kellogg's the foremost and best of all  asthma remedies, stands upon a repu-  lation founded in the hearts of thousands who have Known its benefit.  -   **"   Horizontal  1���������Courteous.' *"v "  7���������Gentle; peaceful.  13���������One who advises  or  cautions.  14���������Those   who   join   together.  1,6-*���������Wrong Or improper.:  17���������The night before.  19���������Warehouse or  storehouse..      ���������  20���������Curve or bend of any-  kind.  21���������Relax the  features.  23���������Tableland;   plaleau.  24���������Tavern.  25���������Dried grapes.  27���������Equip.  28���������C ana r y     Islands  (abbr.). '  29;���������Enraptured, v  30���������French   coins,   about  a cent.  32���������Vice-envoy  (abbr.).  33���������Surpass;  obscure.  35���������Sharp, darting,  local  ���������_.    pains.  37���������Keelrbilled cuckoq.  38���������Digit of the "Toot.  >y������3���������Unexpecte'd stroke o������'  good fortune.  43���������Skimmed; - scudded.  47���������Part of ���������"to be/'  48���������A great lake. , "-  49���������Narrow path,  50���������Note of the scale.  51���������Fondle.  53���������Roofing with slate.  55���������Stroke lightly.  56���������Dash  or  ardor.   - /  5S���������Ox-like African antelope.  59i=A*ile;   wicked.Z  GO���������Re-illuminated.  62-T-Unit ot work.  63���������Speed auto.  64���������-"Harder; more inflex-  *hle..  66-^Those who elude.  6.8���������Ridicules.-- . ���������������  69���������Scolders. v  Vertical  3 ���������Per tain I n g to frill ts.  2���������Underground    edible  bulb.     V  3���������Speak Imperfectly.,  4���������-Possessive pronoun.  5-���������Toward. '':*"--  ;6���������A hermit.  7���������Swordsman.  8���������Above and touching..  9���������Spanish  hero.  10���������Newspaper   pa r a -  graph.      ."*-.,.���������.���������...  11���������One -infected with a  dread disease.   x  12���������Caustic.  13���������Ill-will.  15���������Platforms,      as      In  theatres.  18���������Power.  23���������Undermines.   *  22���������Enough (poet:).  25���������liight, long; narrow  swords. '    -  26���������Agreeing with; fitting.    "  29���������Cleanse by  flooding.  31���������Breathe    noisilj-    3n*  sleep.  3-4-���������Young-.boy.'  36---Obtainy .  39���������Those who  gape.  40���������-Dishes   of  eggs   and  -.milk   .beaten      and  fried.    ,  41���������-Egyptian  river.  42���������Traders;   merchants.  43���������~One who flings.  44���������Disembark.  45���������Rubbers.  46���������Holds back. '  52���������Claw of a bird of  prey. >  54���������-Product of pine.  05���������Type of racehorse*-  57���������Number.  59���������Ordered.  61���������rFasten.  63-���������Deep groove.  65���������Suffix  forming  couit  parative. 7  67���������Note of the diatonic  scale.  Sees  Its  First  Automobile  '. ;.|-.l  ��������� ���������������������������lit:-;.  (Jll,-  li'a V.-C-I  \ (���������    o!'  il-l-i l:'-l'  !���������  iiiu     ci'iil rnsliiii-*.  Pile  20  r-'n-lii'-n   rj-iol..   lllusl ruling'  the  j:ni'. p-iot-'l   pi'iicli'a'il  slylt-H, will  lnt'*i*"si    (o   evj-t-v   brji-yr*" ilri-HR-  I'rP  Donegal  Village  Flies Flags in  Honor  Of Occasion v  This little, old-world hamlel. In tho  county or Donegal la celebrating-the  nppearance of the first automobile in  Uh midst. In honor of tho occasion  nil the residents hoisted flags.  Thej'e are numerous villages In tl\o  Tlrllisli islnnds which \\ve still living  peacefully In tho dfiys dl" long nj-o, unmarked or piarrod by outward, show of  modern it-rogi-osH, but comparatively  few can boast of avoiding the march  ol   the ntiloniohlle.  Answer, to Last Week's Puzzle  mi  of   Hie   bonk   IP   cent.'  I   1|<  '     ''l|l\  How To Order Patterns  I Began To Feel Much Better,  ami   after   iimh***   it   f.iw   u.orn   liox������>*t  1 I'-nild onjoy my rc-.-t o.-i *.vi*ll ftfl nvr  I    CMlld."  If, Sr, 3ST. Pj'11*! hnvcr l><*<*n on th-*>  ni'ir'aict for t.'io pnrrt 22 year;-; yewt  ���������ri-'-i ciiht,   ������lruj;rf;iat   ih-Wa   thejn;   put-   up  <������-���������.!;.���������  lay Tlio T, Jalilburrl Co., I.i.-.jitud,  TorJjiito,   Ont.  A<J<.. ���������������������������  IT!  ���������������--. mi,aijj<--;  -McDcrmof  .a'   iV  A ve ,  a jf.'l j,J"i     VllllyJ  Wlnitlpetj  Paiia'-rri   N'>..  Kl/.e  .Miller's Worm Powders are Iho  i"t*edlelne (or eblldren who are round  stirrer lag from tho ravages" or woruiH.  Tliey Imniedinlidy rillei' the stomachic  conditions und or which the worms  hiihslsl and drive (hem from the _>ys-  l.'ju, .jinl, ,u IJj.a ,'������a.JJ<-' \hiw, lhe," iii'C  loiileal In their efrpct. upon the* dl-u;es-  llve (ji>;uiih, i-esloi'lnK <1'<*������H io hi'tilth-  ('ul oijernlloti :������nd ensuring Inununii.v  from .furlher d.lHordtM'a from such a  ciniHe.  Airship experts predict that within  ten years we may have 400-ton airships, each of which will carry 4,000  men, with equipment equal to/ten carloads of freight. ,  ni-u:  Nn mn ' bliinu  SMlie  HK'11  '-���������     while  Il   oil  jMlnilt Hint they tire  tit.'i'i!    nro-   ctlien,"  I heii"  wives.  fielf  who I-  V."  t;.  n;::i  i  To������vii  Uee  IMMtnrd's  Llnlmeo* in  the ntnblee  Sir Henry Thornton Optimistic  Fxpectr. C.N.R. Will Soon Be Placed  Oh-..Paying Basis  in an address at the sinriunl banquet  or'Canadian National employees at,  Toronto recently, Sir Henry Thornton,  president of the system, sold thnt before long, sooner than most people  think, the Nation ul Railways'will not  ut,ly be .self -a Us I ;iiiiijjg, but U'iJl ul^o  relurti-a yroflt lo the public treasury  Sir Henry also common ted on  growing regard in which tho public  was hnldli-ff the service of tlio system and iiilrlbuled the achlovonieut of  this goodwill to the loyally ol* the em-  ploythjs.  Banish The Blues  By Observing  Nature's Basic Rule  the  Mii-iard'u Linlmn-cnt for burns  Those who suflci* from despondency,  listlcssness and lieadaches can usually  trace the causo of these conditions to  constipation,     'j  They arc frequently brought about  - by overwork, nervous atrainE lack of  outdoor exercise or i"lccp,���������or impropci-  food, bnt more frequently'by the nnn-  obse rvtuice of nnt u rb'B *- basic ru 1 e���������  regular thorough bowel elimination.  Pbiaons from waste matter left'be-  "'hind arc picked up by tire, blood ami  absorbed by the 'system^ wealcenin*** the  nerves and lowering the vitality.  Jflujol, the scientific internal lubricant, corrects constipation'in nature's  own way by augmenting the supply of  naturu'-jkillJiiitvuit. '-v      ., /-*  - Nujtflhy uojftening the waste matter  thin? ngrmitsf thorough and regular  elimination without overtaxing**-, the  intestinal mttaclefl. It is gentle, safe  and natural in its action, and can be  "ialcfen for any length of time without  amy ill cffiQct, ,  Ask "your druggist. for Nit hi today  and reniember-Joolc for tne name  "Nujttf-" Ut red ba bofli bottle, lab-ul  and package.  s"  ���������A s  /  T  tt  /  -THE i 'BEVTE^; ^'tpESTONr  B.  \  M������tmqi;mmwim:$gv^  t������_  s -s_l_- -��������� -j-^?**r*  Sw^fiapper you movof  mfyjyrigltizimhy HJU GATES  Published'by arrangement with' First - National' Pictures,   Inc.  ; - "        (Continued)  ������** - j  -   ". CHAPTER VI.      _-  - ���������   -% -Re-enter Brandon -  -; "  , As a rule Joanna-ran up the stairs  that "led ' from the first floor- of the  . rooming house, once - a pretentious  residence, to the. second "fltcror,. where  she occupied _a_ one windowed, room  made ^by ~a flimsy partition across  what had. been the dining rooStis. of  more glorious days. -But Mrs. Adams,  who sat quite still in* her chair"in the  drawing roomohly, was conscious that  JoannEj,., walked -up -slowly- this���������time.  She heard her open her. door-and close  it softly,  carefully.    * Usually Joanha-  v  V. WiJ.'!l*4!*_a ^������il. ilftj.iF.'a  ifiauimmlm  MMMMMMW*  foot of hec bed tenderly* andC then  brought the ?500 note, which she fola-  ed- and slipped, into the handkerchief  .pocket in the coat lining. Then she  sat down to think, forgetting all about  the flowers on the table Ia"the "drawing room only."        '     . *y  Upstairs Joanna was- trying also to  think. ��������� She down on the bed and. put  her chin in her'hand, her elbow propped on a crossed knee, 'But the room  imprisoned her too tightly. The walls,  dotted liere^aitd there " with 'photographs of boys, a'movie.s^ar or two  aSd. a framed lithograph of Niagara  Falls, pressed "in on her ahd suffocated  her.      She needed more space.    Witn  slammiwPher dcor witth a bang and :j|iaji that" mtmey ^ her bag.   and'"with  song.  Mrs,!.. Adams examined her $500  note; ��������� turned it over rand/ looked  curiously" at the yellow back, held  it ���������- closely that -:she might read the  various engraved assurances, that-it  - was"a solemn symbol of $500 real  .--money. And she looked at the geranr-  iums in  the pottery bowl as .iritentiy  more, all the money in-the, world,  more than she ever possibly could get  lid of, she must'Aget out again, out  onto. the.street where the crowds  were,^ into tlie ^tores, and buy, buy,  buy'  SheM never be*en ��������� able to- buy,  Joanna' hadn't. Always she'd..had to  shop  and   haggle.      The   fellow   who  mPrmmammm* ������*  With  wmm%  ^F    Keeps teeth  ^������.^-*mmS,S*Wimmmim 0mw *M _*���������*,��������������� K   mm ���������������. r*mmm,  __������cmbvji������iik{$   iui    na*.*;  Of First Immigrant  clean, breath sweet,^-  appetite keen and  digestion good  Qreatjafter  smoking  Spearmint  Double taint  Juicy Fruit  and Nip*  Iffl   Jtfter EviiyMeal   ~]ffi  as  if   she  were   counting   the   petals.yran tlie store ,in -the " office    district,  But she seemed to be detached. There  always had been a soft spot.in Mrs.  Adam's' heart for Jo. Somehow this  soft spot was hurting just now. ' Her  eyes lit upon the bundle Joanna had  kicked, into a corner. That was'like  Jo. Stie'd leave bundles.aii ovtr -.iie  house if they contained anything that-  had-been supplanted by something  new.,_ The landlady regarded /this  bundle with sonaethiiag troublesome  gathering/' in "her*, eyes. - She got up  laboriously. Beside tlie flowers she  put down ihe $500 note. Then she  went over to the corner and picked, up  the package. -~"  For a time she lield the cumbersome parcel in her arms, staring  down - at it. Painstakingly^ she untied -the cord and un-<������rratfped It.  -She. foljled the . wrapping paper  neatly  .and    put it down.     .Then she  where she bought filmy, sheer things  of , tinted crepe' de ehines, he'd.- collapse when she should walk uC call  for his fanciest sets with real- hand  worked lace on them, the ones..he hung  in his shbwcases-\fqr the same reason  Cohen hung the mink in his window���������  when - she should walk iia, call for  these expensive sets anA pay the price  without haggling him .down.- a d������o!Iar .or  two. She'd go around there now! -Tomorrow/ after she'd talked with John  tonightTshC'could take an hour or two  and .think. Think what to do ana  how.'J- / ,-*-,  She slipped out without seeing Mrs.  Adams. , At the corner she hailed a  taxi and went first to the shop where  the dainty tilings in crepe were. The  shopkeeper didn't collapse... He way  calm. As if such. a lavish purchasing were not at all unusual to one who  up    the  "coat\ and let it open, dealt in such  dainties.      Joanna lost  about the thing that happened to her.  She by herself simply couldn't.  By late afternoon, "what with some  hectic scrambling into-and. out of her  taxicab, she was ready for her rie--  seent upon the -"silk counter. She  tried to forego that logical detail of  the' day, but couldn't. Courageously ^she had slighted the shops and  stores 'where girls of the counters  and offices got their copies of'avenue  modes. She boldly went onto the  avenue itself,- even into the.upper sec*  tion, where to be admitted, as a patron  is an award of honor which, earned,  brings a marvelous deference and  where she was called "Mademoiselle.'"  The result fell upon the silk counter  as a sudden breath of some exquisite  narcotic that sweeps the senses into  appalling ecstacy.  . Joanna had timed her visit clever-.  ly; she appeared, during the lull between the leisurely shoppers who finish early and. the last minute crush  of the hurrying, belated ones. Trailing' behind a spacious grande damo  who was threading her way tlirougn  tlie~aisles, she suddenly, stood at lier  old   counter,   only  on  tlie. other   side  Anthropologist  Believes Clue  Can   Be  ���������" Found In Yukon  Ai search-Dor,the first American immigrant���������the ol/ftest inhabitant and  the ancestor of the Indians found bv  Columbus���������has . been started by the  Smithsonian Institution.  Dr.^Aleg Hrdlicka, National Museum  anthropologist, - has " started lor  Alaska, scene of the finish bf the flight  across the North Foley to search along  the riv-ers, coasts and the tundra for a  few bits of j>ottery and bone, to prove  scientifically the'belief that the first  American came from Asia.  Hrdlicka set out for the Yukon,  where legends still are told among the  Eskimos of battles between^ Asians  and the-Eskimos, terrible struggles for  the right," of way past the fishing  grounds that furnished livelihood to  primitive men.  Hrdlicka thinks the ancestor-s.-of the  first American crossed the Bering  Straits,    fifty    miles    wide at its nai-  8  rowest point, and worked their way  clown the coastat plains into the tene  perate zone, where the warm climate  caused various immigrants to develop  the many -tribes of "Amerindians."  Bits of pottery have been found in  Alaska. The-Eskimos who noVmake  up the total natLve population do not  make pottery. Through discovery  and/ study of other specimens of pottery, bones and primitive implements,  Hrdlicka thinks lie can find a clue to  tlie first visitors who probably came  just after the glaciers receded.  cLel Site Clark Kitchens help y&u."  TS"OS������As3rO  Ketchup  -makes Bsli oe meat  more savory���������  The  Boulevards Of  Paris  r  Made from fully ripe Clark  J "Northern" tomatoes and  puretestedspicesfromour  ���������wonderful recipe.  W. CLARK Limited,  Montreal  27-26  .Backers also of the cele-  -.i^w-a.*^* _r������r  . x%������_.-.__. **_-.-,-_-wf*  Kr. s. mmjm. ^__a_.c-fc*XJa-^ ._������ JK-at^JEVS^.  & BEANS  Prince Has Simple   Tastes  Heir to British Throne Is No" Lover of  _ Magnificence  --Many a wealthy young peer looks  with a-shade of disdain upon the  simple ap.a*t-tmen^ which; the Prince  of "Wales occupies -at St. James" Palace. The tinjth is, says the London  Mailj the Prince is no"lover of magnificence. Had he wished, he could, or-  course, have set up a great country  estate* something iu the style of Burleigh- on-the-Hill, near Oakham. But  he prefers to be  unencumbered.  held.  This had. been Joanna. The very-  breath of her, the zest and tjtie pretense of her.      It  was  imitation fur,  /but good enough to ser*Ve its purpose.  Its lines had the swagger, even IE Its  lining was only mercerized % cpttoi-.  Mrs. Adams had marvelled often at  the uncomplaining* patience with  which a girl Hlce~Jo could- put her hunger into a thing like this���������the hungers  that ten and fifteen cent lurches, and  scantier breakfasts, .piled.. She shook  her head tV-,biou'sly._   -The trouble that  '.'���������'had been in: her eyes deepened to an  ���������inward sadness. She took the coat  into her own room, laid it across the  CARRIED  WIFE II BED  Suffered So She Could Not  Walk.   Restored to Health  by Lydia E. Pinkham's  Vegetable Compound  _ ;���������: . .,,  ;  Minosing, Ontario. ���������' 'I am n practical nurse and I recommend Lydia  E. Pink ham 'a Vegetable Compound to  sulferinpr women. For three months  1 "wns almost helpless and could not  ait at the tabic long; enough to-drink  a cup of tea. Many a time my husband ^carried me to bed^ I would be  so weak. Then he read in the paper  of a woman suffering as I did who  got better after taking the Vegetable ���������  bmpnund, so ho went and got it for  me, Whenl**had taken three bottles  I "**������������ just like o new woman and  have had splendid health ever since.  "Whiq-i. I. Tecl any_ bcarJn^-dlown. .paina  I always tako it; sometime*-"- ��������������� half  bottlo or whatever I need. It ts my  only medicine and_������havc told many a  onenbout it. Anyone wanting,to  know more about Lydia l7*. Pinkham's  Vegetable Con-ipoutncl. I will gladly  write to hor... Ldo all I can to recommend it for I feci I owe my life  and ;uti-eui2.th to it." ��������� Mra. Neal  Bowser,, "R.R. 1, Mlncslng, Ontario,  Bo you foal broken-down, nervous,  nnd weak somotimca? Do you have  this horrid feeling of fear which sowe*  timca cornea to women when they nro  -. not .-well? Lydia E. Pink ham's Vegetable Compound Is excellent to take  nt aiinh a time. It nlwaiyn hclp������, and  if taken regularly and p������r&tBtently  Willi relievo this condition. ���������  mwttmmimimmm^mmmw0mmmmmmmwm  \v.   n.   u.   ib:u  interest in his wares and'in him. Suddenly/this little shop with the gaudy,  but enticing window display, and tlie  racks filled with billowy, soft things In.  every conceivable tint and shad.e, he-  came, unpretty, uninviting. She completed her purchases, though, and  went out to her waiting cab.  She    remembered -lier ;first pictdc.  Strange how her thoughts were slipping    backward . during these hours!  That picnic! '.   Beca-use she had been  particularly good  for    a    week    her  mother had permitted her to go witn  the other girls, older girls, without a  guardian to restrain her.r    And. she  was in such a stew when the baskets  were  spread   out  and  the   girls  and  boys broke up into parties and hunted  out    the    s.wings   and wading places  around the little lake.     There was so  much  for  her to  do, so much sheer  joy "to garner ih, that she ran about  in circles unable to make up her mind  where to, begin.      She was like that  day, but it was funny' that she should  remember.      And queer, too, that today she had something of that same  old, silly feeling that had come to her  during the pionlc afternoon.  f She had stopped for a minute that  afternoon between racing Jrom ono ex-  cltement- to another    to    catch    het  breath   and   to   say   to   herself   with  childish eagerness thai: she was glad  she's been-rrgood*.      Today when  she  cani'e out o_ the lingerie shop she was  glad in a way that she had been���������well,  perhaps Utex-o wore no medals hanging on her soul; but she was safe In  wishing'her mo.her and father"wcro  where  she   could  go  to  I hem  today.  They'd give lots of room to gl\>e her  an* nrgitmemV-of course1���������about akhts  up to the knoe^ nnd stockings'so 'bin  that    her    legs    showed through and  about some other things, but she could  look  them straight  m tho eyes  just  lhn   BUtrZ:.      Jl, ���������would ,1r* so, yplojidU'.  if they, or one or thorn, could he'here  now!. a*-"   ���������."���������.",���������,..  This climax to her reflections and  her memories of the picnic occasion  revived the* glow In tho qHm, onger  body. There wasn't, liny body to share  witli hor, except John, so she decided  lo Just lot it fio at that. ITo'd help  her,    too,    to    reason out something  counter, only on tlie. other  _of it, her gray gloved fingers tapping  sharply" on the polished wood, ln on-  vious imitation "of "the tlepartmem:  buyers.- "-With her roguery dancing  out of her eyes-at every face behind  the counter���������the faces of*her workday  friends���������she purred sweetly:  "Good morning* young ladies!" "* At  that moment Joanna's voice was the  silver tinkle of ineffable inner harmonies. ~*  jStore patrons sitting at the counter  turned curiously to scan the newcom- .  er.      In'the attitudes of Lhe girls w.lfo |  served them, they sensed ,.a t^yama.  It was Georgie, Joanna's'best .chum,  and al^o one of Mrs. Adams' flappers,  who was first ti) find her tongue.  "Good "Lord!" she breathed. "Look  wliat the stork's dropped!"   . 7  Then there was a rush", Jpapna  without ceremony, oblivious to cus-i  tomers with bellows oC vari-colored  silk in their liands. stepped back into  the aisle and swung around for inspection. w  (To be continued)..  Peculiar to   French Capital   But Com  pa rati veiy   New Institution  Paris is undergoing a surgical oper  ation.      The    Boulevard/ Hatissmann, !  begun under Napoleon HI., is at last  being finished  and the great  avenue  of Haussmann's_ vision "-will-soon be a  reality. "   The boulevard-in general "is  a Paris institution.      No other European city could ever imitate its pulsating  and   colorful  life.       Yet  it   is  not an old institution.     Its origin may  be placed in 1848, when everybody be-,  gan to meet everybody on fashionable  thoroughfares.^      Yet    the    boulevard  was far-from the presentable - state of  later years.   " "Louis -Pliilippe   started  -to/lay pavements.   r Before that time  the streets were a sorry mess,- as may  be * gleaned   from   an   account   of  the  time. .   "A   pretty   woman   wants    to  cross the street, but seeing the awful  mud, hesitates.      A sturdy gentleman,  noting   her   predicament,   seizes   her  without a word and carries "her in his  burly arms safely to the opposite side-  There,  instead of thanks, re--  proaches  are  heaped  upon  his   head.  For a moment he    stands    staggered.  Then, still without a word, he once  more seizes the lady and carries jher  back to where he found her."���������-New  York Evening World. ���������.-.,_������-.'.���������'���������'���������  Corna-.(disappear w.hen treated with  Holloway^ Corn Remover without  leaving a scar.  U. S. Pres-ideint's Creed  Public Men Could Do Worse "Than  Take  Advice of Coolidge  President Coolidge Is not a notable'  speechmaker. ��������� But on the occasion of  his first inaugural as 'governor of Massachusetts he gave this as his creed:  Expect, to be called, a standpatter,  but don't be a standpatter. "Expect  Lo be called a demagogue but odn'-t be  a demagogue. Don't hesitate to be as  revolutionary as science. Don't hesitate to bo as reactionary as the rnul-  tipliciitlo'n tahlo. Don't expect to  build up tho weak by pulling down the  strong. Don't hurry to legislate, Give  administration a chance to catch up  with legl sin Mon.  Which/is not a hud ono I'or a public  ntan.r-Ottawa CiMtzon.  Little Helps For This Week  INDIGESTION BANISHED  Through the Timely Use of Dr.  "Williams' Pink Pills  - The  urgent  need of all  who suffer  from indigestion is a   tonic   to   build  up the blood."   ,_Pain and distress after    eating 4s    the way the stomach  shows, it,is too weak to 'perform  the  work nature intended it to do.    ^New  strength is   given   weak  stomachs by  Dr.    Williams'    Pink    Pills,    because  these pills:enr'icli and purify the blood.  This is th_fe -natural i������roces^j>f giving  -strength aad-tone to the stomach, and  accounts    for " the^   speedy   relief in  stomach disorders that follow tlie use  of-these pills.-    Proof-of this is given ���������  by   Mr.  "Wm.   H.  Kelly,  216 Earl   St.,  Kingston,  Ont-, who says:���������-"I cannot .  recommend. Dr.  Williams*., Pink   Pills  too highly,     I had been-bothered with  indigestion in  a chronic form for almost ten years.      Everything I would  eat would turn sour.     I relt as though  there was a big ball In my stomach-all  the time.-    I felt tired and weak and  would  often   turn  dizzy.       I   doctored  and   tried, many   medicines, ^spending  manyr*many; dollars, but to ho avail.  One" day I heard a  lads* praising  Dr.  Williams^ Pink Pills and I decided to  trs-.themT    I am more than glad I did,  for soon I found relief, and. after talc- ,  ing the pills  for a  couple jpf  months  the. trouble, disappeared,    and    now    I  can eat all kinds of   food,    and   have-  again     my     old-time   . health     and  strength."  If you will send your name and ad- -  dress to The Dr. Willlams' Medicine  Co,, Brockville, Ont', a little hook.  "What to Eat and How to Eat.i will  be mailed to you prepaid. This book  contains many useful health hints.  You can get these pills through any  medlclne dealer or by mall at 50"  cents a bos from The Dr. Williams"  Medicine Co., Brockville, Ont.  And the work oI! righteousness shall  be peace; and the effect of righteousness, ciuietness and assurance forever.  ���������tsa. xxxil.  j About ��������� the only difference between  I the antiquarian and the junk dealer  lis in t|ie  prices the?" pay  for useless  j4hings.j ��������� ���������".'. ', ( ���������:>,���������.  1 F#S   ^tflKPF-SS.  IhiiMliEri^-aW     **WMmW%mT ���������%Ei^  Follow with reverent sLeps the great;  example y  -Of Him whose holy work was "doing '-.  good"; i ft**"."*���������"CURjiBLE.        It you Buffer from "Gea  -""in    ah������ii    -ihe    *w1i1ft    -rnrth  raaiyi  our'   Bor*"* or Varl-soJ-* Ulceni, X will *encl jrou  so    snail   tne   -witie   eaitn seem out , Jfc-10LliTnLV ^u    a ������o.pjr ot m-y f*.tn**  Father's temple, <oui book that teiis how to be ria or th������M  33ach  lovlngvHCea   psalm  Of grati- : -tmu-bletj  for  ���������������   time   by   ualncr   my   i-*-  4l,.i������. I maaricKbta p������"lnlea-i treatme-nt.      It lv Hit*  *',      _-. .    . ^.r, n,. iferent trom. anythln-r you over henr-l oi.  ���������John CSreenleaf Whit Her.       and tho r������������������lt or ov*r *5 yenr* aiwelallK-  T6 remedy evil, to strive Tor good.,, lo Dr. H. j. wm-rTiiart.   Suit*  ai.   ���������  not -to neglect tlio Utile dally  duties ! as"t uth 8t���������aV KanBaa' CUy' "^  and beneficences of life, the gracious1 .������������������-- ���������  4M  I|URNS.  Mix Mlnard'a with sweot oil.  Sproa'd on brown paper nntl-  appjy to parte 'injured,  aoothoa jiind lieulti rapidly.  mmwmmmmmmmmim  I.. *      ������,- .^^^^^mHbiii^^^^^ ~..._ v. ^y7 .  a'cts, the tender courtesies,-lhe tolerant appreciations���������in ono word, to  love God and our neighbor, and to be-  licvi* on the namo of .Torus Chrlsl,  and to love one another as- He gave  ua commandment���������thin J a to live as.  Christ lived oh earth.���������Frederic Willi am Fnrrnr.  Veteran For Ciyil Service Cpm m Ibs lorn  Prnmior King Una wrliten to Ci-norn^l  Cliipr.laa'-h, Domitilon 'prt-c-lilrnt.  Army  and Navy Veterans In Canada7promising to submit to cabinet recommendations iniui-e by General OrleabaeU that  a former ���������member of the forces slioululj  bo   appointed    to   one of tin* exIstliiRj  vacancies in the iiersountvl of the civil,  service <5onmilt.uLou. '"    ' J  j Mlnard'e Llnliment for backache  \  A  BROKEN   DOWN  SYSTEM.  Tii Is Hm conMiiiontor-hs-iut-l to which a-Jocior*  |i\-e many oxcot: but whichfe-w of ������lirjn really  undeftatand. ItlJt������ini|ilj weuktieis-sbi-caldown,  as it -were, oClbo vlul lorcf * <3ut lutialn ibe������y������-  Um.   Na mater what nta> b������di������ci_ijif.f������ rih^t btji  ���������lano������ iiumbetiesi). Ua cympioms ara much ilia  aanie; ilie more pronilnem belnic a!������(*plfs**neaa.  aenta ofproiirauon orwearlno**,-Irprni.ion ol,  at-krlia and warn of ���������nerer <-"r mil ilie-viclijiaryl  aflalmolfifa. N,o--',wliat-i.looeia������b������oliji������-l).*:H*n-1  liaJ in all auchcaselUa Increased vitality���������vlcc.ur,'  -riial *ir<-n-rili and fitetPT ������*> Hirow off -Wisp  a-tvorb.dfeelicig������.aiMtj������a nifbl succeeds -Jdr cU*  Ibl*maybe inoa/ecJ-.rtainly.reiircrl I������ya couw*i- of  THE NEW CRENOH REMEDY.  THERAPION iMo 3  IbMnli) aii>-other knownco'iibinaijori. So"-ui(-i"f  m* Jl litaa (J������i.-.a l.a ^tvoa....l.CC*M.Lia J.t,naJ������l rcuorau hC-  .aainpa nylnclr.wlllilt alalia itf-reajlhraltl-ltr re tl orf-d  THK eXPtVtlNQ LA IMP OF MFC  LIQHTED   UP   rnXFttJEBH.  anJa-n-tw*i'la*t������-ncel,->i".-'i<-(* In i>!iCM-.rwla������*lnJ  *ol������laly-ieetHe4i-roni-oij������.������������*.ili:j>,iij������d������j|prlruii.  Thia wronderful tuedlcaaitnli* tiiirabtrforal I if <-i  CJ-������������iilullon������*>i"lc������U"J.lloiiB.i.>*illjrfi������_sj.: uii.Ul  tt dlHcull to Ifi-ic'1"-* d:������ra������������ oi d--������������ic*ni������*nl  ���������wbase main (rutin ia y*eMVnti*t ihat will ������'oi  Iba apeadily and twdnananl ly o<-������rc*-nj������ by ildi  liCC'liMJlJli-a "*'.'*'lt������."������������liiClallilda_.-.l!tt.<!'Jl0(tJl,tlll|O  ���������Mlvlran ov������>i!5(Miij: rhut l.ad pri-eJu'riH. for lliia  ���������trtsl* sp*������a������l������--tjn>#������������tj������*1*������"i of human all ments.  ***       '<    ������   I- ������ ������.)    *t -I   ****     .     .���������    _a.( ��������� ar, -   t     ['!''.*'*   *''a      f   *1   "   !   f    IV   fl'T'   I   '*fi  , 3^L|[c*LKjL'c'u������4.(^.,Ua-rer������ilJjaC__Y.l.U.\\':UL.ai*. tijywiifillillJliiiWiiiiiJiwiiii
Local and Personal
K. B. Staples, who 5s in the Oka
nagan this season as purchasing agent
for Nash-Simington, Ltd., Calgary,
was home for the weekend on a busi
'���"'.��� ne.ss : trip.. Unless heavy rains are
. -; forthcoming the; irrigationists. are due
to seriously feel:the water shortage
in tde Okanagan this year. . ��� y.-
. -President Mallandaine and- secretary
��� J. >V. Haniiltou of the Conservative
Association wete jit Nelson on Friday
night for. a meeting of. the executive
<if thb West Kootenay association,
insist night the ConservAtives had a
..session to choosf,delegjates to;the convention atNelson ohthe 27th7 7*
-.-'��� W.'-H. Bmwhe,ygra-5ing ranger, had
;t -bu*-y time of U Tuesday and Wednea?-
.day issiiing-perniits to bay 'ciitters on
the flats, who are, due to commence
jiperatio-nsyoh 'Monday. Di\e^ to a
short crop.on the benches there/ywas- a
larger than "usual demand forr-llgenses
tbeht oh trie hieadw, where Ghe- ciop
-is lighter .than in 19*25 also, -*'"-'
. ^.pAirner &'Maxw(4|^ispbseQ of; their.
ninth 19215" model Chevrolet at the end
. of .the week, Monardr^-Wigen'of Wynn-
- del being the   buyer.    He traded in a
1924r Chevrolet, which the firm has
.   since sold to Carl Wigen, of tlie same
town.' E. M. Lea.myhas recently
/���joined the\"ar-owning fraternity, with
the purchase of a rebuilt Chevrolet.
*'.'.. j. Fernie Free Press: ^OhaHes Bennett,
manager- .of   the   Canadian   Bank   of
-Commerce, gave, a   very   interesting
.ypa|i^r.ori f$tiit raising at the,.Rotary
.   lunch-fion on Monday. - During the ten
, y^ars that Charlie:\v��s  a  resident of
O-eston he had ample opportunity  to
acquire1 a   wide   knowledge   of fruit
grovving and he seems to have studied.
it thorthghly,    At one time he   w'jis
part owner-of a  big fruit  ranch  and
���vyhiie he did-not make a   fortune   out
.oi it he gainedalot-of experience, the
'-' -benefit of which he says he is prepared
to hand Jon to.any Rotariah who may
. desire to'tak-e' a chance in  the   fruit
-.growing  business   ,   a -       .   '    ���-   7
in&teud.of Eriekson, but, the .old order
was  restored  on  Monday when mai
connections   were    re-established   via
Eriekson and the former-satisfactory
service again prevails. s.
,, "Wm. Cook left a fe��v days ago for
Calgajry, Alberta, where-' he has
securee work on the erection of the
new Spillers* elevator and milling
plant in that city.   *- ~'-
"c.     -
Mr. and Mrs. A. Wickholm- of
Kitchener are visitors at the ranch
this weekf. His lease "on the restaurant at| that point expires .in a few
.weeks, -and-we qear^tbey-are "moving:
back to reside ot Canyon permanently
The "Ladies' Community Club had
quite a good turnout" at the dance on
Friday night last, the.',*ash intake
being about $_15.
The ranchers are getting their haymaking equipment into shape for
operations on the flats, whieh commence Monday. Due to the light
crop, on the benches the flats cut will
be heavy.
Canyon has no unemployed this
month, -every available man being out
fire fighting, most of them at Boundary Creek. Principal Kolthafptner is
back at his old" job us accountant.
The school board nas been organized
for the year with'T. Ma*ws-rtn as chairman, nnd H. Young reappeinted
Mr. -~"an6> Mrs, U. Pa vie were at.
Kitchener on Saturday night'playing
in the Peerless orchestra of which Mr.
Davie is leader, tvith Mrs. Davie playing the piano, Reports from Kitchener are to the effect that the music was
equal to the best heard there.
Kimberiey Press: A. R; Swanson
disposed of a very desirable fruit, farm
located at Canyon City, this week.
Mr. Swanson purchased tbis prorerty
some twenty years ago and after having it cleared, set it cut with fruit
trees, which-has now developed into
a fine orchard, heavily laden with
fruit this season. An irrigation project is now under "contructiort in this
section, which will include this property, gre-ttly enhancing the Value. Tbe
purchaser, Mr. E. Hoglund, of this
place, expects   to leave   immediately,
Mr. and MnifcW.:^ Searle, ^ bkek j %vifch bis faniity- to take P^^sion,
from Bellvue, A^berfc-^.Sttd^yill spend j    a wedding of  much intrest   locally
the next thiW. months " --     -------
Everything Is sutisfact^iry^again _in
the mail deli wry- at Canyon.,. Since*
���the. first   of July-the  na&il��hrtd  been
'-coming rn stud  going out via ,Cseston
ing one of ihe farms here. They" had
previously had a. look at the Okanagan^ Grand Eorks and Nelson, and
appeared to be more -favorably
impressed-with -Lister, except for the
poor water supply.
Rev./S. Newby is due here on Monr
day evening for Church of England
service at 8r o'clock.    \
Vernon 'Hoy-le of *Van-*ouver, representing a 8000 Club in  that  city,--can
week for
lemon  yellow,    crimson and   mauve,
with hats to match.   Tbe groom was
suppbred-  by   his "brotheir,   "Meryyri
Williams, of Trail, " v
���-.       Tbe oouhcil_a.fc Kaslo hSs donated
!$500  of  the.town  funds   to  help
finance Ka^r ehersy ofer-nlval and
road opening - celebration-on July
28th and 29th.  . , v    ,
���" - - - -   - - *
&mm&&n Glty
Fri, & Sat., duly
was solemnized in All Saint's Church,
Kimber.ey, on Thursday evening last
when Bev. W. J. Crick - united ir
marriage Miss Annie McRobb, -daughter? of Mr. and Mrs. Jock* McKobb of
Canyon, with- Wilfrid Laurier-Hoide.
The groom bas resided in the Kim-
,beiley district fur the past fourteen
years, employed in the diamond drilling business, and resided at Meaduw-
.brook, to which point - the happy
couple and guests repaired, after the
ceremony^for a wedding dinner and
reception. Mr. and Mrs.""-Hqute came
on to C-inyoii   on Friday ��� for   a  visit
(2 'JDramatic Comedy
Written tznd2)lrecfed thf
 irimiii������nr ������jCb >'
with the bride's parents  and  are also I
spending p.trt of the- honeymoon  on a
motor ti ip to Spokane. -j *
Word has just-reached, here of the.
���death at Armstrong on July 7th of
William Carver, a former resident of
Canyon who sold his ranch to Mr,
Abbott about six years ago, and -very
shortly' after took up permanent
residence at Armstrong. It would
appear that Mr. Carver ttiok sick on
June 20th, and "when a doctor *wus
consulted his trouble was pronounced
us acute Bright's disease. On July 5th
he was removed to the hospital in that
town, where he died two days inter.
He is survived by Mrs. Carver and
four children. Earl, Noi ma, Melva and
Yerna and a host of friends here will
sympathize with those who are left to
mourn, the latter of whom is but two
years old. Burial was in the Armstrong cemetery.
All the available male help here has
been "-recruited"" for forest fires close
at home, there "being a blaze in the L*.
S.B. limitheretto take care of. y iZ
���<    i *   - '���> r j, ���    -* ���*-     -      r
^ Haying isy about finished for., the
.season. Alfalfa Is not quite' an, average crop,"" and red clover is very * light
this year.
���    _/*���
All three -Lister pupils who tried the
Entrance to high school examinations
tbis year were successful, according to
a wire received here Wednesday
afternoon' from Principal < Jenks.
Those passing were James Byrne,
John Malthouse and George. Chudley.
The showing is a splendid one and it-is
fine to know Mr. Jenks will be back
to have charge for another year. ' ���
��� Someone short of food and smokes
_. f
forced an  entrance to the store-some
time in the early hours of Wednesday
morning and made off with  a supply
of canned goods and cigarettes to .the
value  "of   about   $10,    EntranceNwas
gained through the  window into  the
postoffice which is completely wrecked.
Provincial * police    McLaren    has  the
case in hand.
Chronicling'the marriage.'of Mis,s
Redpath, a former tea-cher here, anci
Cymryd Williams, also a former Lister resident,., "which took place ab
Nelson on Wednesday last, -the .Daily-
News says: An exceptionally ��� smart
wedding was sofemnized last evening
with Ven". Archdeacan Fred H. Gra,
ham officiating, when Muriel Annie,
.youngest daughter of Mr. and* Mrs. E__-
B. Redpath, became the bride of
Cymryd ' Williams of Blue River,
eldest son of^ the late Mr. and Mrs.
Williams of North "Wales. Summer
blooms of -almost*- every conceivable
hue, including phlox and snapdragon
with svv.eefc peas** predominating "and
quantities jof fern and baby breath,
made an attractive floral arrangement
for the pretty --'setting' for the cere-
njonjr-, which took plaee node*** a
-cleverly arranged decorated-bell, made
of -isfraragus fern and sweet peas in
the vivid, shades.^.The bride, who
entered the church on the arm j>i her
father, was a. dainty-figure"!n a gown
of ivory georgette-- made on graceful
lines. She wore a veil and carried nn
exquisite bouquet of pastel-shaded
sweet peas, and ^h'e was attended by
her sister, .Miss. VerA Redpath* Mips
lean Hunter and Miss Kitty Fletcher,
The. big copper   kettle  of   135
barrel capacity'was -started boiling
,at the-jiew Graitbrook brew-ery^at
, the end ofy.Ju��ie.'  The ��mber fluid
is   offered' iu .cjisM will be Qu.safelBhpHly/;^^    ... ' -* '
different sections of,     Vb      %.   *. ".. -Z* "-\,1 i '
For the firsfe fcimey in veiy many
______ July
, j received $60 f rbra'^he'^ * Ot. W;V. As*" without -the  usual loanbf -several
7 Ove* .$500
^prizes  iii  tb��
being oue-quarter of tha profits qn  thousandj^oSlars-i previously needed
poppies    on Armistice-,to  carry on virith   fciii  the current
^- ��� - year's taxes cdsp_meneed coming in.
K.ar> laa.
Bay: 1925.
Beer \Arialyz~ed-
who were attired 4n georgette frocks
si Ur|
design,   all in   colors    of
a �������_��
ALL the Beers purch-ased by tfie^LSqiieir
... ' Control Board of B. CX from the Van*-
couver Breweries*Limited, Rainier Brewing Co. of -Canada Li-mited, Westminster  .
Brewing Co.   Limited,   Victoria Phoenix
. Brewing Co. Limited aad the Silver Spring _
Brewery Limited, who are all members of
the Aira-xl9ramated Breweries of B. C^ for
sale at Government Liquor Stores and the
. Licensed Beer Parlors, have been and will
be analyzed from time to time by different expert firms of the continent for the
protection of the public.
THE sabstaiisce of these, various analyses instigated by order of tho
Liquor Control Board -shows that the
Beers are perf-ect, the taste agreeable and
malty. The foam is creamy and standi .
up well. The alcohol by weight is about ^
i4.25 per cent, and the extract 5.49 per
Cent, with an original gravity of about
13.20. / These .analyses: Indicate further
that the Beers are of goo��i quality* wholesome and free from any foreign substance.
'TPO make ti good Beer with such health-giving
���H.     qualities it requires a skilled.brewmaster and
an  up-to-date hygienic plant, such as 'maintained
"by the above mentioned,'Breweries. These.plants
are open for inspection and -visits of the public are
gladly solicited. ^ Only the'' -"best^&a-teriis'Is- ^bb-tain-
able are used in the manufacture of the Beers.
THE Brewing capacity of the above Breweries*,
niembers of the Amalgamated Breweries of
* B. C, Is about eight times as- large as the present
output, which gives best assurapee to the publio
.   of   recelvinga"  only   fully    matured   and  -propiJrly
aged Beers for many years to acome. .     yr , *
'���This advertisement is nob published or displayed by the Liquor Control
...',. .y.. '.".'���. Board, ot by. the Government ufyBritish Columbia.      -
'    - ��� ^**     -      ' ��� ' ' ,-   _ a , . "". -.-*
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Ilie lollo^ving Jrrices will -Prevail
l>ceo-me rib - *it^tlera.
���htrvt lo laugtttey
htmfi mtrikfulw^fta
hwteA enucUleft
lis C ha (pun
buvlei<i)uc�� all H$��
���.+"-..   ���***-,   .,^*tm   *%**"<? -y*< >J       *#**4, -v��-t    'M'-.    �����"*���    sr*-t ���4itm* ^*S|
KPAw U IL A K   V 111 O ftrt
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tamWwS 0 WBO
Chas. Lodder, a landowner and
former resident h<'rc, who is i,ow
residing at Coibin, spent the weekend
with Cul. and Mrs. Lister,
Jos. W. Bell of -Kimbei'tvy moton?d
down   for jt   short .Saturday-Sunday
mn** nt ihe- ranch, making -m inopfc
tion of the several hives of bfces on his
The Hchool lumid Iihh been  formally
cotijaitiiulu-d   for   the hcjihoii   with   the
re-appfiintment of Julin I3ir<l aa choir
man, and Mm. Fred Power, secretrtry-
K. J. Miilrhoiirft* evpecta to lie nu
exhibitor in talic fr��'it Ht-��*t(ori tit Ciph-
6on fair thin yeniv He hrift quite ��
fin.1* nop i.f "VW-aUhy, rhdi^foiiH and
M'-J-H-HHh Hilmi upplcH in  proHpi-ct,
Mv.   .ind    Mra. J,    A.    J^ru*i*ow    of
pHlricia, AUiai'itii, nuiili*  at  U*��uh  two
, lnHpe<*tiunH n-f the (HntHet ufc  the  first  m
I of the wi-i-k,  with i\   vimv to piirohas-- HL
Royal Household, 98 lb  $5.25
" 49        2.75
���'     ���        ���?��%"A  15��
Ogilvie's .-Faibous/98 \J.  4.75
v   49     ...... 2.50
Ogilvie Rolled Oats,   8 lb;  50
20      '140
40     .... 2.00
BRAN, 100 lbs...::  1,50
SHORTS, 100 lba  1.60
Tomatoes, 3 for...... ;.. '..'.       .50
Corn, each 20
Peas* each ^k.     .20
pmrn.   �����������#���������,**
MILK; Hotel..._Z'.
JL  1*1*     mj...**.mmm,tkr.,*m
, ., (-JL ���A/Smm\\M,+J    xtMioMj-.-Jui-r
Reindeer ::.._
Babj%^3 fbfe���....l��......
BYRUP, Rogers, 5 lb  I.  .:. .55
, ^Rogers, 10 lb  1.05
Corn, Bibs i. ^._. .55
. Corn; 10 lbs     1.05
COFFEE, Nabob, 1 lb.i.......     .75
' -.Tuxedo* I'lb _     ,-75
RAISINS, 4 ibs ...1...,. ...I..........     .75
��� * ' *
���TELLO, Premium p^g .........      ��30
These Prices are Nett for Cash
ILE   %0
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Vw ���������.'*S3K?������ Zr.&'Zy'i}'*  TJ^E .**C^ES*i<&3i" REVIEW  *-"-���������  -<-������*���������������  r Convenience  5e  10c  7>'  "\  *^*- Baink Money Orders pay**  - -_*^ ������ ��������� ^ *   ___k. "*"  able anywhere m OazwfaL���������at  any. Bank, and our Agents  abroad honor these Orders at  current rate-s -of Eschange.  When you wish to remit smaH  ^uois of money ask the teller  . fosva Bank Money Order.   M  IMPERIAL   BANK.  "'. - ���������-JMf -CANAdDlA.  GRESTON BRANCH, 7  AUpto '$&& ������~  3-jor>to iflwi������ *>  ^duooto k$&eo z %2c.  ;.%:ga^^4������s������^ japs  : i .vsflww to-"moo V;^4������'  C"-   -75-^C  "*=-V- *"*���������:   . ",*t''"r    "*'  Is**���������-  V.  -a-M,  ������S. W. AULftN,  Manager.  Rjk-a*H>--Ca--B-*B  ���������*  Prices Paid to Date  Strawberries  Jnne 1 Jto 6.  Jane 6. to 12   June 12 to 15.~~~-.-~  "June 15 to July ������0 -  Slack Currante  July 1st to 10th--���������~  Rhubarb  April 18th to 23rd���������  April 2$ to Paly 10-  -$4.00  ��������� a.00  ��������� 2.75  .$2130  ~.4crlb.  .J80 lb;  Raspberries  June 25 to July 1 L~$S.O0  July 1st to 3rd :���������~ 2.75  July 3rd to 11th��������� ��������� 2.50-  Cherries  Bii fls���������~ .- UJ$2.ffl  Boya! Annes��������������������������� >��������� 1.90  Sour- ��������� -.��������� 1.25  Goe&*zherrie&  June L0 to July 10 $1-50  REMEMBER we pay TOP CASH PRICE AT TIME  * OF DELIVERY for all lines ol Fruit.    Telej^ione  ~ us what you have and we will quote you our price.  *_. e��������� J  -    Oreston Valley fuMm Oompan  AlJf. NElSO^, -Manager,  Phone 93;  Nel&cte Protective Association  lA   ISO������ CLUB]  rwsHEOOST IBSMAIjI. AND THE BEN_BFIT IS LARGE,   Why net take advant-  jf     age of this opportunity tarhelp those who look to yoa tor protectioftf  Join now.  *      mmAKCEFEB $7~Qk AGE LIMIT 55 YEARS.    t*������v  P*ttam*������&9ii4w*rs������&eligi5U.    -  AppUcantpaysthsmUctor'afse.  f- ~ -      *    -  Per funpa-rtieoloWJ write' *��������� - *  -     -      ' -������.>STEEL, Secretary^ Box 158, NELSON, B.C.  ^  '���������V  L__?*at  matco  ^j^x������z^JiSTjnj^1r^^-s:  "The Universal Wallboard  9*  Beautifies Every  -"There are six widths���������from 16 to 42 inches, either 00 inches or ���������*������ Inobealonsr  ���������In Laxnntoo Veneer Wallboard -a alxo for: every use. Throe thlcskn-oeaes. 1-8-  inob. a-lB-lnch, or 1-4 inch���������take core of any kind of job. For application over old  cracked plaster, shiplap or V-toint, or direct to staddlnir. It may bo finished with  any oommorol������j paint, enamel or kol&nnlne, or. in Jbeanufol natural grain panelling. The boi*t-natural grain ofltocta nie produced by any -one of the many Liunatoo  Fuushcs epocdally f oxn_iulD.tod to give you perfect reemlta at tbo lowest possible  ooetv > , ..-__  ��������� ������������������ ��������� r  Write for caropleeand Infonnivtlon.  ..-���������������������������������  ' - ���������        '���������"'.'       "'���������':��������� --��������� "j--*'"'���������" :  ���������y     ��������� For'Sale.By  &A.KOBiNMNtCmw  Manufaeturod by '       ';'''���������*  lAMiNAtEf) Materials co.$ Ltd.  -  IVew Westminster* B.G. 7  ___ '    ' _____   -   "J'   .'-;   '..���������'��������� X'-J     ...   ���������-. ,        .-;."!-;'��������� .     -;  ta���������^m^mA,^���������mm���������^M^,^Mm-m._____________________________________________________________^^  mmmmmmiimmmmmMmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm,���������^* m.*M*.������w.immmmmimmmmmm&mmm*mmmmmmmmmmmmmmm^mmMmmmmMmmim.^^mmmm.m^  ;-*!".'  '.���������t**-  ANWQUN/CEMJENT  I am still in a position  to   sell you any ear you  wish at same price ��������� as the dealer in such %  make caw,  and will  give you   the   same*  reliable service to   tbe .car .6/ your choice.  ....   .       1-, ���������      *y? ,/ *     ' ���������      "���������' r *   "  REMEMBER, I STILE ffAMI^ CARS  along with   -oil "ether  'Unesi .and7Parts":-jto'k-  repair��������� -any car I mil* -  &xcittmitw Ford Ziksahr  i^*wMfm B__*_t*>*aW#^_.IUl|l'  wmmmmmmm  /  Mies Mai-guerfte Behney of Creston  is here on a7 visit*- with "Hrfiss Iconise  Pendry Of the McConnel! Hotel staff,  and visa JUflfuesfc at the dance ou  "Saturday ev^ninj?. -,7t?.   "'  Hire. B. Dalbom  and* daughter of  Duck Creek arrived on  are^it^ste of" AJr.. anil  Walby.    -"   .     ���������   '   " .  \,As.  * Mieses All^and JBdith- Camei������n: of  Moyie arrived era -Thiireclay ana "are  etoppln^rwith their jfrandiribther, Mrs.  Z. Geroux^ for a couple of weeks.     __  yMw. E. McGonegal of the BIcConnelB  Hotel, ani$^auj^3ter, Vera/ and Alice  Caxoerbn, made a bo8lne������s. trip to  Oreston^in Friday, getting back the  same day,. ***  "  Miss " Beatrice .' Molander- arrived  front Oreston. where she* has been  staying with,Mrs. C. Fransen the past  couple of weeks.  Miss Evelyn Hurry of Cresion came  up by train on Saturday anc^ took in  the dance the sasae evening.  Mrs* C������ Olson And children of Waldo  are here on a. visit witl-t Mrs^ Douglas  McKee for a few days.   -     J-  Miss Esther Nelson arrived from  Yahk on Friday, where she -had been  visiting fbr the a week with Miss J.  Allen.  Mrs. Dan McDonald left' for Yahk  ou Saturday on a visit with her husband, whb is employed there.  Harry Spence and sOn. of the Sash  & Door Company, motored to Cranbrook " on' Saturday, for a weekend  visit with the Spence family.      -  . -  Miss I*. BoSton-of Creston arrived on  Saturday tb at attend the dance that  evening.- -  Mrs. Andy Wickholm of tbe Tourist  restauraunt left on Thursday on a  business visit to Canyon.       ~   .  A dance was held in Hunt's Hall on  Saturday night, which a fairly large  crowd attended. Auto loads were"  here from Yank, Eriekson and Creston. Everyone reported having al  good time.  Geo. Begg was in town von a business  visit on Monday.  '   Alf. Palmer ;of Creston made us a  business call on Tuesday.   Mr. Wilson  "the Chrysler auto dealer at Cranbrook  was a business visitor- here the same  djay* ....     *,*���������'-��������� a*_   i- _      ������v,  * -   h --_,        -. ���������/���������  - : Miss Vera McGonegal .left oho' Sunday  for "Ci-anbrbok'arid Xaffr^y., where she  will visit for a couple of weeks with  Mrs. C Nolan. <  Mrs. Stanley Quaifeand children left  on Sunday for Cranbrook where she  is spending a few .days on business.  A son was born to Mr. Mrs. Sid  Abar at the St. Eugene hospital, Cran-  brook, and both mother and :boy are  reported doing fine.  -        -a ���������������"*-���������  Miss Hazel McGonegal left on Thursday for Cranbrook where she will be a  guest of Mrs. Fred Belanger tor some  time. ***  Andy Wickholm and daughter*  Myrtle, motored to Canyon on-Sunday  for a day's visit at the ranch.  A crowd fiom here motored to Yahk  on Sunday to take in the baseball  game between Creston "and-Yahk.  Messrs. J. M. Boyer and M. McLeod  of Vancouver werexbusine-|fl visitors at  Kitchener, on Wednesday.  Dr. Thompson Of Yahk was.here on  a " professional visit on Wednesday,  coming up with Kay burch.  Frank Pym of the forestry deniirt-  ment at Cranbrook, was here on an  official visit on Wednesday.  Kood superintendent Davies ivnd  O F. Hayes of Creaton were busluens  visitors here on Friday,   v  Mr. and Mrs. H. Christie, Mr, and  Mrs. Dolf Weir and P. O. Rodgers of  Oreston were Kitchener cullers on  Friday. ��������� '". ���������'���������.-*���������  Messrs. G. F- Marsh and C. R.JWntd  of Cranbrook were business oallcrs on  Sunday.  H>, Burnett and son, of Creston,  were here on Monday,-going up the  Goat River on a fidhthg trip.   ,  . S. Hutchinson, M. H. Brogan and F.  Ansolmo of Ynbk enme up on Sntur-  day for the dance, ivuurning on 8un-  Tm4mmm4mmmm4iMmmmtumBamammtt4mm4mm4mmmtmmtmm4m4mmmmmimm  mmm������mm������mmm^mm ���������', '  For Sale���������That Jpood ship. "-Royal,*'  swinging nt anchor at Kuskanook.  Ideal for tourist service, can carrr"25  Snssengera If ncceasary. 40 h.p. engine,  ual ignition, Pullman berths, hot  cold water, kitchenette, lavatory,  toilet* nnd all anchors and ground  tackle. Couldn't l>o built for etOOCKOO.  Torms to reliable person.   ASHLEY  f^yaaj-l- j W*Jt aJa-nta,   4. ������,)������*ll,gfal>w<M*  day.    B. J. "Biley  of  Yahk   was &  basisess^isitor hereon Sunday.  _ i. *        -      -  g-tttfaf Ifrflrifffi i nrfor-a Bta 9HQ8t  .   M-3@feTHtRDT^TOSDAY.of  eacla- month    at. Mercantile  - Hall;   Visiting brethren cordi-    ._  Ally invited.        -  '" -  W7H. OBAWBOUD, W*M.  . ��������� SYNaPSiS 8F .  LAND ACT AMEf������afl-8  Cecfbr Sob Saup���������Barrel ei_iurn������  suitable for one or two cows, -"$������"*.  VictorC-arr Creaton.  . ^iw> Oenl&r  New Stock iof  Harness  Second Hand Store in.  - connection  Am WIh*mlB&HI  -j-i������*��������� -r  Shoe and Harness Repairing  BOVER^EKTUQUORAOT  Notice of Application f^r Beer  License  Notice is hereby givan Chat on or after tbe  20th .day of August. 1926; the undersigned Intend to apply to the _C_i<iuor Control Board for a.  license in ffesneect of premises to be known aa  Kuakanook^Beer "Parlor,, eituated on Lots 18  aad !&,_ Block 883, Kuskanook, Kootenay "District--. Keteon JLand BegJstration District,  in tbe Province of Britlah Colombia, for  tbe sale-of "beer by the glasa or by open bottle  for consasapouon on the.premiBes.  Datsd tbislSt^ day of Inly, 3920.  SAM ByjSOUTH, Applicants  * J-'  7, "     _7    "RR*e������*BWPTtOM������  ���������AVsxaatm       *asrese-rv<s_|,   '  auxveyea-i  ^.Cro-sm lands nwy*-b������ pre-eso^ted by  -;   r*>" iiritiah iBUbJects over li yeaza of ase.  und by altene oa declaring intention  "io- beco-cne ;Brttlsh  -s*ab}eota,   conditional ' upon   residence^    occupation,  lojad   improvenumt "for    a������rtcu.ltural  - p-arpoaesL .  Pa" i_afogg?.fttiea coBcemteg regu-  ationa   resax-dlner,. jpre-empttona    %m  siven to 'Bulletin Na 1, X^uid Secies.  " How to ffTs-axnpS: Xam&." copies ef  ivblch cuibo obtained free of-chaise  by a-Sadz-eselns 6__* -"D-BpaTtment of  Land*) Victoria, B.C.. ar to" any G������v-  fc-i-nment AgtsL  ftecords will be granted covering  unly land suitable for agri-*ultaral  pbrposes. and which 3s not timber- ,  :and, Le^ carrying orer 'S.000 board  feet per acre wes-t.of the Cc-aurt Hangs  and S.0������0 feet per acre east at -that  Range..        ''.*.-.���������  -*- Applications- for pre-emptions ore  -.o be. addressed to the "Load' Cozn-  missfioner of the S^and- Bocordfng EW-  -iaton. In wbicto. the land e_BpUed for  ia al-tnateO. aad ace made on.prS&ted  format copies ef .wbich can be ob-  f^ined frosn tha Z<and O**ntmis**ioaar.  Pre-emptSons' must be occupied for  - five arefurs a-nd fmproveanenta' made  to value of $10, p-sr acre, including  dlearlng and e-adttvatSsg at "least five  .acr-xa, before a Crown Grant can*' be  Feeejveel. - ^~*  _' _f~mr more -detailed i-aformation aee  tbe Bulletin- "How to Pre-empt  ~-*__aad.-*  - **���������  ���������       PURCHASE ^ ������  FORM Nam  tSection39>  Lm/hlMCI JtKK^ I  M0TI6E wf WTEEHtON TO APPLY TC  PURCHASE UBOS  In Land Itoooriaiig District of Kabotenay. Group  One, and eitnated in. tbe victoit^ of Kitchener, B.C.     -.       ^> *  TAK"ffi   NOTICE   that WILLIAM   IiSJE  EATHA.WAY, of   310 8ansome 8treet, San  Fsfi-MJlsca, Gaiifamia, 0'."&"A.,2Sani__ger, intends  to apply for permission, to purchase the follow-.  Insaescribed'landa:  , Commencinar at s. post planted at tbe  intersection of the westerly boundary of  ���������Sub-I/Ot It of "Lot 4592 -with the northerly  bonndarvjof Snb-Ix>fc IS of tab iSS&in Group  1. KcotenoyZ^iatelct, thence nortb 2D chains  .marecr less-to the north-west corner ������f  * I"aroelr*i EEetthaw^y land; thence- weSfc 100  chains-more* orless'to a post 'marked 10.  8nb--Lot 18 of Lot 4502; thence south 30  cha-Qis more or less to a-poat marked"*, Sub-  Lot IS of Lot 4SSB; thenee east along tho  nortnerly limit **of said Sub-Lot 13 for 100  chains more or less to the point cf -ecss-  mencement, and oohtaining 200 acrea more  ������ A������t __.-.. ^     WTC^LjftJffl^BHAJrHAWAY.  Dated Qth-aJtine, 1930.  Appliadattona^are received for pur  chase' of, vacant and unreaerred  Crown lands, not being tlmberland.  for agrScultural-purposes; minimum  parlea of "Orat-olass (arable) land Is 96  per acra, and -second-class (grazing)  land 9-LS0 per acre. Further inf or ���������  mation regarding purchase or lease  of Crown 2ands Is given in Bulletin -  No. 10. Zand Series. -*Purchaee aad  Incase ot Crown <lku������dB.*-" *"_  Mill, "factory, or Industrial sites en  timber land, not esceeding 40 acres,  may be purchased or Sa&aed. ihe con*-  dltions - IncJuding . payment-* at  atumpage. ~ ^  ' HOSVIESJTE   LEA8E8  Unaurveyed areas, not e*coeeding 28  ���������acres, may - be leased aa homesltes,  conditional upon a dweillng being  erected in the first year, title being  obtainable- after residence and tna-  provemont >eondltloca aro fulfilled  and land has been surveyed.  ..    LEASES  F'or grasing and   industrial    purposes areas not. -axcaeding 640 acr������-n  may "be leased by ono  person or  -a  company. *���������  GRAZIN-S  trader tba "Srasing. A.ct the Prov-  laea la divided1 into granng district*  and the range -admlnletered under' *>  : OrBaXfDg ' Commissioner. * -Annuai  graslng jpemsita are Issued based oa  nu-nbera. ranged, priority being given  -to established owners-. Stodc-ownera  may form, asaodations for range  management. SVee. or partially free,  permit* as* available for. settlers.  -e&nmara' a-^d   tstavellai-a.   up  to   ten  T*  .J-S.!.-:.  P. BURNS & CO., Ltd.  'ill? k*f������   mm\r!'W%mr*m..m ia irLi������ir-g_*  Wl*Z$Mf\. 1    J_M������sj|^^IxfM.H ID  i.*"ii|-a*:r *-*hii j,,i-aii|iiitf.:toiii������iai,^.ii.i"'.j>ieg   "  JTRY O0R  SHAMROCK PORK SAUSAGE  An economical dish, eaay to serve.  Shamrock i^ranaHAM,BACONartct^LARD  , CILENi^Atfi-l? CREAJ^SERTtr. SUTTER  .   dove-mutant graded, highestt-qualiity.  FRESH and CURED FISH  ..... all varieties.  Choicest BEEP, PORK, MUTTON, VEAL, LAMB  ffFijOAfC** WrhsTAM    Jarrflf/f *_f3D������V JB1_fl_rifl  Increases egg production and. produces better poultry.   Buy the beat.  m  ilmmmmm  n.imiiw'������iaiiiii������*i'i.iiii  .imtiti ih_hi_iiiiijhjs.jimihw-hiui-i.ii V'  a  THE   RisiVIEW,   CRESTON,    B.    C.  ..    i  Ct  "i\  l^bre ^kout Ttis ^7**/������oasderf ul Age  In 1his column last week attention was directed to the marvellous achiwe-  Mients ,'bi'-" recent years : in the development of rapid aneans of transport and  communication���������devlopinents within a decade far outstripping the work of  previous centuries. But it is.not alone in,the.,field of mechanical invention  that this is truly a wonderful age. Tlte onward march of pi ogress is jnst  as rapid and.even mbi*e remarkable in scientific research and attegjflaat results.  Take the science oE preventive,^edaicinp as an.*exji.ini)l3. It;is.,dtfEicuit  today to realize that only a century ago tlie average length-of lite was less  than thirty yeats. It pi^cticaUy doubled during .the nineteenth century,, and  now comes the Ttirther news that-'the average "Surf- life* "In the-United States- and  Canada has been lengthened by .five years since "1900, but sq <juietly and effectively- have the forces of prevention been carrying-on their successful warfare  against disease* and death that few realize what has" "been accomplished., nor  how it-has been accomplished. -*  One of the chief causes is the decrease in intrant mortality. The spreaa  of vaccination.; clid aAyay, with smallpox, sterilization and the use ol anaesthetics .made modern surgery possible, pure nil Ik and water supplies have prevented typhoic\ fresh air has done much to conquer -tuberculosis, toxide and  , otheryserums are eradicating-diphtheria, scarlet" fever and other diseases, the  discovery ol- insulin"..has resulted in control-o������ diabetes, "while present-day,  knowledge of how-the excess or lack of secretions of the ductless glands  affect the health has opened a new world, to the medical profession.  With ail its horrors, sufferings and losses, lh3 Croat Wat conferred at  least one-benefit on mankind in that it, opened .the eyes of all-people, and  particularly, all Governments, to the physical condition of the face'and demonstrated that, the greatest of all national assets aro people, and people ot  strcng-bodies and'robust heattlv without which mental equipment must re-  *mai������ below pari The Great. War also, demonstrated on a huge scale beyond  all possibility oi' dispute that disease"can be controlled and prevented.  In times Qf peace, people can, if they will, live in clean and hygenic cur-  roundings, obtain pure food and water supplies, eliminate-flies and-disease  breed ing germs. But this is,-nd.t .always possible iu the case of troops under  war conditions'.. 'In the "-South African war the British had 58,000 cases of  typhoid fever and 8,000 deaths in-an average army strength of 208,000. In  the Great War the average strength of the British Army was. 1,250,000 men,  but only 7,"TOO cases of-typhoid and 266 deaths 1 hereti-omr Why? Because  at the beginning of the war all British soldiers were inoculated against typhoid  French soldiers were not inoculated at first and in the first sixteen jiiontlis  there were 96,000 cases with nearly 12,000 deaths.  Cuticura Heals  Eczema on Head  Arms and Legs  <  \\Whist! baby was two months  old-a flight touch of eczema b*fokc  out on her head, face, arms and  legs. It ttirrfed to weeping eczema  and formed blister's, which broke  a"nd the eruption's- scaled over. It  was very itchy causing loss off sleep  and she was very irritable. Her face  was disfigured. The trouble lasted  eighteen months=  *' I tried different, remedies but  with no results. I began using Cuticura Soap arid Ointment and in  about six weeks I could-see an improvement*. I continued the treatment and after using for several  months she was healed." (Signed)  Mra.F.Angerman,9425-122nd Ave.,  Edmonton, Alberta, Nov. 3, 1925*."  These fragrant emollients are all  you need for all toilet purposes.  Soap to- cleanse -and purify, Ointment to sdoths and heal. Talcum  to powder and sweeten.  Suspls Bi������li Vrf to- Malt AddreaB -Canadian  Depot: "Btcoh-taie. Ltd.. STon-trwi" Price, Soap  25e. Ointment *J3 and 50c. Talcum 2Se.  CutUs'-jra Shaving Stick 25c.  Number Of Motor Cars  Eight   Canadians   in   Every    Hundred  Now Own  Motor Vehicles  Nearly   ��������� eight.   Canadians.*, in levery  one hundred owned motor vehicles last  year. Figures     compiled?   by    the  bureau o������ statistics show that'in 1925  the total number of motor {vehicles  registered in Canada vtats 728,005, or  7.8 per hundred^ot population,.of .which  639,695, or 6.S per hundred of population, were passenger autos. Registration by provinces was "as follows: -Otf-  tario, 344,112; Quebec, &7,657; Saskatchewan^ "79*078. British Columbia, 56,*.  618; Manitoba. 51-,211; Alberta, " 54,-  357; New Brunswick," 17,420; Nova  Scotia, ^6,012; Prince Edv/ard Island;  2,824; and the ."Yukon tlie balance.       ���������"*���������  Preparing   For   Poultry   Congress  Likely to Change Fishing Methods  inoculated.-with the result that the amount of typhoid fever fell to that in the  British, Army.  A very frank article hy Dr. C. E. Fleming appears in thf British Medical  Journal respecting the disappearance of certain infectious diseases which Sn  the past used to demand high toll in Great Britain. Figures quoted from Lhe  British Ministry of Health show'that from 1^80 to 1924 diseases such as  'diphtheria, typhoid, scarlet fever and UibercuTosis yhaye decreasecly50 to 97  per cent.- In'the-case of smallpox the decrease' is'actually 100 per ceiit., not  a-siygle case having been reported in 1924.  Medical science may justly claim a fair; sliare" for the:Tesult^ybut better  conditions of life, of home, of workshop, the stopping ofyehild*^labor, shorter  hours of work, better food, more sunlight and air, more rational dress, more out-.  door recreation, all have been instrumental in .efEect!*nj; ;this, glorious change  ior the better. -'���������.'   ,'.'���������-. , "  Doctors and Government and- municipal health; authorities can ,dO much,  K.i.-id are doing it, but unless they are supported, by the rank and file of the people their best efforts must fail. An enlightened public can do more* to >*re-  v-mt disease than any other agency.- It was in full recognition ������of_ this 4'acl  that iii drafting the Covenant of the League of Nations Article XXV. was inserted inquiring every nation joining the .League to encourage, promote and  mainiain an active "Red Cross .Society to enroll all the people in its membership and in a world-wide Crusade for Good' Health with the object of promoting health, preventing disease, and mitigating suffering arising out of sEckness,  accident and disaster. By arousing the interest of ..all people in health, mat-  .eiv, the world-wide organization of the Red1 Cross is doing inuch to <3Aspel  disease and eliminate much unnecessary suffering, and is thereby adding- to  lenfet.li of life and contributing to the happiness .aud prosperity ol* all people  everywhere. y **      - _,  Work On Mystery Trawler, At Hull  Nearing Completion*  A mystery-ship, whose operations  when completed are likely to revolutionize fishing methods, is Hearing  completion  at Hull, in Yorkshire.  She is much bigger than the avei-r  age trawler, her tonnage being between 4,000 and 5,000. Instead of  trawling in the ordinary way, this ves-  Then the French were ��������� 8<jl wiu anchw outsid��������� the three-mlie  limit" and send out small boats to fish  with lines. Fish of a large size,  chiefly halibut, will he sought for.  When these, are brought aboard  they will be laid in specially constructed "restybunks," to prevent the  WMhJL.1--  FIRE  j������ROOF  TURNED 3g.IX-._E  PLASTER CAST IN SHEETS  ,,������-���������  -���������*������*  :if$i^^  High ih Food Yalue^ Lowiri Cost  World Poultry Congress- Toys"*"- Held  L _y   ��������� "���������?- O**3'^, Next yYear  ^ A tribute tb ^Canada's progress was  paid when it was decided to hold'-the  1927  world's ppultry' congress iu. "-Qtr'  tawa, accordihg to Edward Brown, ot  j "London, England, president of the con-'  gress  and president'y-Of    the  "International    Association    ot Poultry Instructors and investigators, who has Ask Your Grocer for ourFamous"  been a guest recently    at    the    Fort Sardine Cook Book. .  It is FREE.  Garry Hotel. Mr. Brown was in Winnipeg to nioel agricultural officials in  connection's with arrangements for the  congress and incidentally he inspected the Manitoba Agriculture Collegu  .buildings during liis visit.  Cuts and B-ruises Disappear.���������When  suffering from cuts, scratches, bruises,  sprains,'sore throat or chest and any  similar ailment, use Dr. Thomas' Ec-  lectric Oil. * Its healing power is well-  known in every section 6f the community. A bottle of Dr. Thomas' Eclectric Oil should be. in every medicine " chest read.y for tbe emergencies  crushing    and    spoiling    that    occurs ] that may always be anticipated^  when fish are carried in bulk, and also  to keep themy&ljjve until landed.  New York Is Busy Port^,  There are usually about 300 ships  in^New York'ports. .-..-They range from  huge liners to fishing smacks. In a  single nionth of a busy season some  500 ships leave the port of New York  for all- corners of the world.  Red  lake Bulletin  HEALTHF CHILDREN  ALWAYS SLEEP WELL  Love Off Clean Sport  Bairnd to Encourage Spirit of Fairness  and Courage  It   was   Talleyrand,   we   think,   who  Available  At ..yiLlt^iiiles7:  Typewriting   Office   in   London   Translates   Anything at   Any  Tis-ijef-    -,  In Jermyn Street I discoveredy-iyha t  ������ttce said that one of the secrets lis apparently the only non-stop".t^pe-  of.'the greatness of the British peoples* [writing office in London (says a"l?aily  v.%s rheir love of .sport. It is some-)Chronicle writer); at least, I Imvey'iiot  thing wliich con a inly is moro char--been able to trace any other ptfice of  a cter is tic of the Eng! ish -speaking peo- jits kind which keeps open day *%.nd  pies* rliaa of any other, and il  Is  not   night  excepted.  "We type or translate any tiling*'at a  moment's notice," the proprietress  pfay at is: for iis. own iiike. liLK-re will told me, when 1 was discussing-|liei'  he "no r-<-r-L u*c>in decadent:..-.   ,   IlaLher; work with hc*i-, and she went oil tolas'  If Baby Does Not Enjoy Refreshing SleejSKH'e is Far "From. Well  -The''healthy child sleeps well and  during its. waking hours " is never  cross, hut always-happy and laughing.  It is only tlte sickly child that .is  cross and peevish. Mothers, if your  children do not sleep well; if tliey are  cross and. ers" a. great deal; give them"  Baby's Own Tablets and they win  soon be well aud happy again.  ��������� Baby's Own Tablets ate a mild but  thorough laxative which- regulate the  bowels, sweeten the stomach, banish  constipation, colic and indigestion  and promote healthful sleep. They  are ^absolutely guaranteed free from  opiates and may be given to the newborn babe with perfect safety.  Many Prospectors Outfitting Fbr_Trip  i Into Mining Areas  Information regarding the district of  Patricia, Ked T]Lake,_ and adjacent  areas has been compiled in handy bulletin form by the Ontario department  of mines, together with information as  to staking and recording^inining clainis-  and suggestion's as to supplies and  equipment. for- inexperienced prospec-,  tors. A afood map of the Red,,"Lake  district is included. Hudson is now  a busy spot, many prospectors outfitting there for the trip into tlie mining areas. Gold seekers, numbering  about 30 are arriving every d.ay, leaving by the first steamer after they get  their equipment together.  BAKERS*   OVENS���������"Write, for   catalogue   end   list* of   used   ovena.'  Hubbard Oven Company, "1140 Queen  -West, Toronto. _ -   v  Oil   Leases At Lesser Slave Lake  It is  understood that a  definite at-,  tempt will be madj3 this season to develop a new pit field, in. the Athabasca-'  Lesser  Slave Lake district df North-,  ern Alberta, an area long favored  by  geologists.      Drilling    will    be    commenced shortly on well number; one or  the International Oils, limited, of New'  York, which conirqls the rights  on a',  solid tract of 33,000 acres of oil leases  in the eastern border of Lesser Slave"  Lake.        -   *     .������-.---*���������-���������  confined to any on-** class anion.--- them.  -iCVline    the '-youth    of our race continue to lo\*������r*   s-jr-ori,    to    lov������:-    it   and  -,      , . ���������     .   TT  ie,   ��������� ������������������     .,     You can obtain Baby's Own Tablets  Sundays and Bank Holiday^not jthrough any medlcine    dealer    at    25  cents a box, or by mail, postpaid, from  The Dr. Williams Medicine Co.; Brockville, Ont.   -   y "  wilt-   thf)-���������������������������������    kj-ov.'  Ht������d   -.'.laulioo'l.  ii  a finer wc manhood (that the ofllce' conjta.ins, stenographers  Sceen-f-s*   homage   for! who huow ten, languages perfectly.;; It  that -spiri* o: tV.irn-*-sH and chivalvy ane " is, i suppose, the: only ofllce where'you  clean"coura������e -* hhh. aftfi" fit!. .ai*e uio'can  get.  a   atenographer   to   take: Ice-  prec ioviFi  . Journal.  t hangH  Oi  li]*i>."--Oilnwu llanclic  I Avon I h a  Etuf.-f-inn  nilnutf*.  or    Chinese  a't'20U  SE   q   ai-___F am w\M    ���������      C_,,,\if    BIT^'^Siini  LEL/HLB i    \^r\j    \r\Jri  British Cplujribia Sea Fisheries, ���������  Demonstration of British Cohirribia's  outstanding lead in the deep-sea fishing industry of the Dominion isgiven  ln_ the summary of la������t season's catch  issued by the bureau of statistics. The  catch was valued at $24,208,926, a gain  of over $2,000,000 over that, of the previous season. Of this amount British Columbia contributed nearly fifty  per cent;, with an output valued- at  $11,607,937.,  They Bring Almost  ���������_ ~- '��������� '���������> a-  -   hsiani Relief  That is What Mrs. A, Mills Says of  Dodd's Kidney Fills     i  -   -^- -*. *   .  Ontario lady took Dodd's Kidney Pills  "--for a -weak back with very ben^ficsa!  results.  Belleville, Ont. ��������� (Special).���������Short,  but to^the point,, is the..statetnentysnade:  by Mrs.yA. .Mills,yy?ho.-resides, at 14  G-reen Street, Belleville. She writes:���������y.  "I have always been troubled with  a weak back;'especially after any extra "Vi*Ork7: Is._fihd,-i������ I take Dodd's  Kidney- "pill-a, - they bring1 almost in-  st^tyreiiefiV������������������"���������.-���������;:��������������������������� ,;-V" : ���������'    ,  -The relief* thatlMrs. Mills found '-has  come to thousands of other Canadian  won>en through the use of Dodd's Kidney Pills, *' That shows that the ache  is catfsect by the kidneys; for Dodd's  Kidney Pills are purely and -simply ia  Iddney remedy. For more than "  quart ar of '',*a centuiy: ^Dodd's- Kidney  a-PiHs'- l^iave- been a-* household.- remedy  "in" thousands of Canadian homes.  Marketing Board formed  Manito|3a's    Share    of    Wbeat    Boaru  Surplus  Will   Be   Put-To  Work  A������j| organization to be known as the  Co-operating    Marketing  TBoavd    has  b.ettn formed, to.administer the income  irom.    Investment    of    the   '$128,000  which came to Manitobavas its share  of the Dominion    wheat   board   jsur-  pliis,   it   was --ofTlclally   announced   in  Winnipeg.  In accordance with legislation pasB-  j.od by the provincial'" legislature dur-  'lng Its last session, thebonrt). will a=-  slai. lu tho development nntl oncotn-  ng-omont oC coioperalion nmong'agrl-  otiliural producorB In Matnltoba iu tho  niarlielluj? or their produce and to tn-  vcRtlRnU*- other systeina of co-operative nmrl'-'-tinKy throughout the worhi.  About $6,0-00 will ho available annually for the work ol'iho board.   .  Peevish; pale, restless and. sickly  children owe their condition to worms.  Mother Graves' Worm Exterminator  ���������will relieve them and restore health.  C out en linen t has one advantage  over wealth; people don't try to borrow it from you. . r  s New Source of Sulphur  . *���������  White Island, -,ofC the coast of New  Zealand, boasts_ a volcano " that Is  still quite lively. Being off the main  routes ol" travel, this island is not  often visited by tourists. But Indua-  try is "beginning to discern there a profitable field, owing to the rich sulphur  ������Jcposit("(, some of which, are said to  be 95 per cent. pure.  MOTHER:- Fletcher's  Castorta fa .especially prepared l-n relieve Fnfant*i in  arms anrf Children all age*'  of Constipation, Flatulency,  Wind CoMc and Oiarrtiea: allaysn^ Fcvccishtiev. arisinK tHicre-  from, and, by regulating the ^"W>������������ach .and Bowelr., a-icJrf tlte  asstmifetion of Food j giving healthy and natural alccp.  To pvi..J'tinitatinns, always ioojc for mc wk"'-!!.'"1: <"    -���������������-**.���������,   r j. ������������������ .--.--i*. .*.   Ah������o,liit������������1j* 11 a tyi n\<rm_ - No O pi at es,    l'-hysicifins eyerywhere recommend it.  Domnmcl For Farm Machinery  Fiirm implement. coropnniOH In Sats*  katoon rniiort current sales in  C-i-nii-a'l Sj������**������luikk:lu-wuti, brcnltlnp all  I'-M-onlri ux-r ii. pci-i-jdi.-tfl" yi vnfti unit  urt'-nli'i* l������y I (HI iii't" cont, to 200 per  cmil. 1U-IH ml*** In 11l2r������; Thift indi-  i*tit������iw Ui til r������rnH-i'H In Ibis, aa well a������  oiIum* Hi'dlirmiw *rf th(������ vfwt, have a 8Ur-  i>lu__   <j|*   i!������������h5-    to   inve������.t In Improved  ui<i-nlH,  Mlnard'a  Limi'rr  tent Kin-a *>T Pain  '  ~  ���������vV.  N'.    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'^^*s u  Stretcbing Fr0in Ocean-Tb Ocean  "* -a**---* - i ������_. I 1. >��������� -. - ������  For-^T  -The"Campaign being conducted., by  *Dr. I������ :_E.^_Doolittle, -president of "the  Canadian -A^omobile" Association <iri  which   ^.the,, .provincial motor leagues  Hogs   On   Pasture  Experiment Conducted A*t the Central  ._,   a     w<* v   ��������� * r-i-. {' Farm  at Ottawa  of  the .Dominion  are   federated)   for>T The   paslur������nB   Df ��������� hogs iw. oft-  the   tree -lining  ef the   tranp-Caaatli  highway from ocean, to ocean, has-re-  on clover,  Japanese millet and sweet cloyer was  made   the   subject   oiNan  experiment  suited in  bringing out a  number  of caikea'on last year by the Dominion  remarkable   declarations   from   many  sources    not    the    least    striking    ot  - which are some that-describe^he plan'  - as chimerical  because  impossibler"'  Those>that -dogmatically -state it to  be impossible base.- their declarations  on the fact that the open prairies are  .practically treeless.  A. summarized, composite statement  of 'their x&iie niight.be: "If trees could  be  grown ;*ou.y the prairies!- they ;(the  ���������-prair^esj", would  have-"been  clad with'  one vast forest." ^ .   .  '    It is strange indeed how a pojpiilar  -. fallacy persists-'and is stated as a fact  with! a fine air of finality long after it  .has been demonstrated by fact tb be a  fallacy. It is true that "the absence  of trees on the prairie long puzzled the  savants, and to this day different reasons are advanced for this natural  phenomenon. During many centuries  the recession of the great'/ice cap.ot  the^lacial period or ice age^ormed'a  huge ice dam Ho the -natural drainage  north of the Canadian western plains.  This resulted in the formation ��������� of - an  . enormous' lake known *"to science y/as  Lake Agassiz.     When the" cap bad're-  _  treated   from  the -continent  the  vast  moraine    carpeted    prairie    provinces  . were again drained. Why didn't they  become naturally reforested as other  sections of- the ice capped* world did*"  Some say that the prairie fires annually set by the Indians prevented  tree "growth. - Others state that owing  to the "unprotected" nature of the ter-  raine the severity of; storms and climatic conditions .destroyed the seedlings.* There are- still other theories.  But that trees of many varieties can  be grown on the,, prairie shas been a  demonstrated fact for many years. An  .   article  recently  told of tens of  mli-  . lions of trees being grown on the f  farms of the prairie provinces as"welr'  as   in   the   towns   and   cities,   thanks  animal _ husbandman at the central  farm at Ottawa." The test covered a  period of "sixty-nine days .from'June 6,  during forty-two of which the hogs  got skim-milk and clover pasture and  during -the remaining twenty-seven  days they- were fed skim-milk, Japanese millet aaji. sweet clover, besides  the regular rations, which consisted of  two parts ^oats, one part corn; one part  middlings, one part bran, five%>er cent.  tankage; and "three per dfenl. qilmeal.  In the twenty-seven day peyiod the  amount *of bran ,was reduced by half.  In his report, aftesy giving full detatts,  the husbandman, Mr. G. B. Rothwell,  ���������draws ~" these deductions: That "the  Berkshire hogs made slightly more  economical gains than/the Yorkshires  on pasture; that the .Yorkshires' consumed more meal and milk per pound  of gain produced; that the Yorkshires  are"m ore "subject to* sunburn.than the  Bershifes, which factor may prove de-'  trimental when feeding these- hogs on  pasture, and that the hogs readily consumed tlie, clpver during the - first  period* and also the, Japanese -in_iliet  and sweet clover pasture during the  second period. . -  Farmers 'DVfHrited Not To  ��������� > O   m.   m.     "   'J.  _.*  ���������j-iiC���������������ci5���������   ������ Quito   /-"acreage  Possibility That .Market May Not  Be  Good Next Season^ *y  Mr. Geo. *E7*Mcliitoshi the Dominion  fruit commissioner, warns potato  powers against planting an increased  acreage this sprij&g. "The present high  prices are an incentive to do this, but  there is every possibility that.marT  kef> conditions, will not be so good next  season. In a recently issued state-  ment Mr. Mcintosh .points out that, 3a  1925*-tnere were unusually small crops  both in Canada arid the UniteH States.  The shortage* in the United States  made a heavy demand on our supplies'  and had an important influence Jn  causing the high* prices.. It would.,  therefore, be advisable for potato  growers in all the provinces to give  this matter careful consideration and'  to plant only their"' normal acreage of  potatoes lest a huge crop .bring Labout  a repetition- of ihe -unprofitable ������iar-'  keting conditions-of the previous few  years. ** .  Cows Need Grain Ration  By  Better    Results    Obtained    Than  Feeding AM Grass  While grass^ is" both food,and medi  cine-for the dairy^cow,rshe*will*keeW"  in flesh "longer and. yield a better paying flow of milk by being fed a moderate ration, of grain.      By so doing, she  I will he built up against the day when  jthe grass   will  be short  and the flies  (Will doall they can to rbb'tlie cream  j cheque  ing should go a good deal of.attention  Ontario   Hardwood  Industry  American Firm Purchases Uarge Area  Of Timber Near Sault Ste.  _***  'Marie  Premier G. Howard ^Ferguson of Ontario has confirmed the report that a,  large area ot _ hardwood timber between, Sault Ste. Marie anti Thessalon  had heen sold-by the Provincial Government to an American firm, which  is to build a-huge plant for the manufacture of hardwood products.**' The  area sold is of 1,458 square miles, and  the s_ale marks the first attempt on a  large scale to establish a hai:d.wood"industry in the province. _  ** The. province will collect $2.50 bonus  and fifty cents statutory dues on every  thousand feet of hardwood cut, and  the cut will be from fifteen million  feet in the, first year to 25,000,000 the  second and thereafter.  s3^si;eiii   CJjf   I������tell"****������nl:   L^elecirmri  Smmwr    q^F      mmm    WW  m^    ___.���������!_���������"_ ^^--ai--^-       -_.m __**��������������� ^_M___b   y&  mm^ *���������������"������ mtm m^ Sr]*  ''^SW ^*h_iM   W0 ^*\WmwW   'WI**mWm^Sm*'  WtW*  W0  mmM^mBtW ZmVJm.  .Practically JDemonsyt_rated Anci  jS^aic&s For Successful-Farming  _.* ,'     .-���������*.        -   "*-.-.-- "___.-.-    ' X" \ - _   ******  The  Production  Of  Wax*  _������ -f ^z"  Beeswax is Wod*r IVIore'Than Twice  As Much As Hone>y  "BeesTfvSraE- /"being"   worth jnore  than  twice as much perpound'as honey, aU*|^?"e"in.^-viduals that  differ    in    minor  the wax that is produced-jn the apiary  should be saved, says Mr. C. B. Good-  erham, the Dominion apiarist. In an  apiary worked for extracted honey the  wax will come principally from cap-  pings. A special box should be kept  for old. combs that have been rejected, for pieces of adventitious- comb,  for pieces of drone comb that havw  been    cut    out    of worker cdmbs, for  represent wax. The best way*"io deal  with cappings and pieces of clean new  comb, say^ Mr. Gooderham, is to  place them in, a" solar wax extractor  consisting of a glass-covered box containing a sheet metal tray in which  they will melt by the heat of the suis  during the warmer months.of the year,-  but combs that contain, much pollen  orf have been "tised. for rearing brood  sd often that they have become darK-  colored cannot be rendered profitably  in the solar extractor and must be  melted over aSfire in boiling water or  by steam- A certain amount of wax  may be extracted from such combs foy  rendering .them in a wax extractor  made on the principle of a potato  steamer-, but to get-nearly all the wax  out of them it is necessary -to subject  the molten mass to .pressure, y The  supply dealers will readily take bees-  Opportumties For Poultry Raisers  Industry  In British Columbia  Is  In A  -"    v       Prosperous Condition  The    poultry    raising    industry    in  Britisii  Columbia is quite   prosperous  Along will}, the extra, feed-   ������ind \here  are ������0������d  opportunities  for  experienced poultry men with a little  to the cow's comfort-during, the very Capital to enter r^thl^^ybusiness    and  hot hours of the day.     The cows will'  largely * to activity   , of "- the    forestry I ^P~ve immensely by a atUe atten-  branch  of the department  of the in-!tlon ,n lhls resav*- Bossy APP^iates  terior and its nursery stations.���������By W.  B. Hastings, M.S.A.E.', "in Toronto Star.  Homeseekers From U. S.  Experienced   Farm ers-"l-Vom   Western  States    Investigating   "Prospects  IP  In Canada' ..  The first of sseveral parties of prospective land buyers and .'home.seekera  attention to���������*her, comfort and. necessities and shows' her gratitude by pui-  ting a few pounds extra in the mill;  pail. It is in tliese extra pounus  made up little scraps of timely attention that the profit lies in the dairy  business.  makeya success.". -"-Ciimjiticrand- other  conditions are * very favorable - -for  poultry raising. The scale which this  industry has reached in British Columbia is indicated by' the fact that one  concern has recently installed incubators wi'tlra capacity of 24,000 eggs, and.  shipments of day-old clucks from a  single conce'rn average 6,000 a week.  Clover and  Grass  Seed  Four  Birch  Bark 'Canoes    (  hundred    dozen    birch  bark  Clover and grass seed  produced in  canoes, the work of Indians on Mani-  Cana-da. during  1025,  according   to I a \ towaning Island in the Georgian Bay,  frbj^^ii'the/^^ttaei^y States toy comeyto j report 7 ofy:'to Montreal recently for  WeBtejrnH^nadaithiis seasont under the ;amounted tp752,-.6p4'i600ylbs., yyaltied en' a New York destinatiprf.     EJach canoe  auspl-^^bf i^ieyCanadian land j$&,594,170,. ���������   representing:���������'. tlie "' crop is about tweh  settlement ^clieme, reached Winp Ipep,"(grown on 15.6,8 25! a cres., jp ������, this to til, j "* ro- j used    as  recently yvyith Capt. li,,'. ii. Boyd, super- i red clover seed amounted, to 2.18S,500 j decorative   in  crop is about twelve inches1 long and they  ornaments, being very  their .general   appear-  Need To Improve Quality Of Beef  Darwin:concluded tltat "natural selection*" had'a great deal to do -with  the .. variations and advancements  made in the species of animals and  plants,    in ������very field, and flock there  points    df" -color,    size,  strength and  other quality. ^   ���������   -      -v    ^  To seize on- these points and perpetuate them in breeding has been the  life-work of Burbank in flowers,' of  Saunders in wheat, and of many other  experts in both .plan t.. and animal industries. This; observation, selection"* "and fixation has produced the  three-hundred-e]gg hen and    the    ali-  trimmings of foundations, etc., as they*j ���������>'_Bar milking cow.      Jt is-a, business  worthy of the highest experts, and yet  is within the scope of the amateur  gardener and small farmer. Reduced to simplicity, it is the. principle of  choosing the lesser of two evil*������ and  of tw.o good, points selecting the bet-*  ter,   at  every   opportunity.  - The slow increase of average yields,  yea-r by year, is based" chiefly on this  constant, watchful - selection. The  improvement may be small an each  step, but will be notable in a generation. ,H." Groh, of the Ottawa experimental farm tells in Scientific Agriculture" the result of 25 -years' selection  work-in his father's".dairy het-i.  A quarter of a century ago, a pure-  .bjred Holstein' sire was purchased. No  attempt was made to get Into "registered stock." The desire of the Owner was to Increase the amount of milk-  yield from' his cows." '      "  wax 3n exchange for comb foutfdation,*f _The milk was weighed daily and the  charging a moderate  commission p^t  pound for making the foundation.  produce of each cow recorded. When  changes were 'necessary in the-herd.,  the least profitable cow had lo go.  \J.-"lien a new bull was required, one  from a dam *of a little better record  "Better  Beef"  Campaign   is Urged  By  - Eastern   Livestockmen  Several speakers^ at the annual  meeting of the Eastern. Canada "Livestock^ Union, held at Toronto, emphasized the need for a "better beef"  campaign throughout the Dominion.  EquaPin importance with the necessity  of Improving the Quality of beef was  the necessity for "educating the consumer to an appreciation of what good  beef really meant. .,   ,  A resolution was passed urging that  the federal and .provincial governments be interviewed with regard to  organizing an educational campaign.  intend.3ht of colonization  for the Na- jibs., value $656,500;   alsike, 12,252,O0t)  ance  tional JFtallways at   St. y-Paul..   Mini-., lbs., $1,254,000;'alfalfa, 6,162,000, $941,-]"made  to  New .Yprft  for  some years  ;|:Tfie party, which consisted of 34 ex-]6liP;   sweet clover,  7,802,000. -j!553,60JO; .Dast. ' Jy  Vjperienced    farmers    from.   Minnesota,'timothy, 4,040,000, $370,200;  and blue!  ������������������"���������-'���������'��������� "-: -        ���������- looking-'grass, 120,000, $3 8,000.  Business  Men to^Visit America  A party of Japanese business men  representing the Associated Chambers  of Commerce "of Japan will visit the  Dominion during the coming summer.  The Chambers of Commerce of the  Orient arranged the trip so that their  representatives might study conditibhs  in''European countries. Tliey will arrive at San Franc.iseo on June 14 and  are due at "Vancouver on August '5 at-  Slmilar  shipments have beerf.ter their journey   across   the   United  States and Canada.  was obtained. The permanent idea  pf more milk, per cow was never  neglected.  At the beginning of th^ records  the- average yield of the young cows  was thirty-six - hundred pounds of  milk for the first eight months of  lactation. In twenty-five years the  ^vield had. risen ������o sixty-fiye* hundred  pounds for the same 'period, which is  nearly double. A This is an ordinary-  farm herd, with no official testing,  registration or attempt at record-  breaking.JThe cows are still '"grades."  But by weeding out the inferior and  breeding from the best, the output oC  the herd is twice the quantity, with  the same labor and expense. This is  '"intelligent" selection which makes  for successful farming-���������Vancouver  Province.  Dakota and  Nebraska,    are  over the Eston- district In Saska tche-  wan wlthyajvlew tdypurchasing farms.  Practically nil ofythemyhaYe just fln-  yished seeding tho land which they still  ' own :in   the   -States.-y IC they secure  farms in Canada, they Jjntehd. tp tirans-  ' Cor their stock and ..mibhiirierylkliii'd': I?e  ylready to begin operations'.next spring.  .'Several farmers  who purchased lantJ  ; in the western provinces last year" have  moved    tlieir    equipment    from    the  States and aro now engaged in mixed  farming with a crop alrcridy in.  y Always A "Catch  '-j   Sandy: "Yon wifeless-la wun.norfuI*  ���������Think o' hcaiin' the snlnnon frae the  kirk In yei'-aln Uanma an* nae collection too Worry afioot."    ' * ^  ''..'. Jenri: "Aye, but yo Icon "ye ha'e to  pay a license tae the government afore  ye can '.Maien in.*"'  S-in0.y: 'i ''Oclv!   ayo���������I ��������� tlfocht  there  ,y.-ls'a catch In It somowhWe,"  Aeroplane For Shopping Trips .  ���������a Aero-shopping .trlpa.-ta Paris are be-  In-* aiTanROfl for'by'lhe-T-Iandiey-'Pftpri-!  ���������Gobipuny. Air Ifnei-fl will'leave Croy-  ,<ltm at & a.m. Spending ttio day la  Pari a tho shopppra will re-nvrlve In  London ni 7,. p.m. "  A talkative friend can do tnoro harm  flomi*thi_r.a than ft silent enemy.  M_H������WMM������a������MOTMMrMltf-������*JM**l^^  Convention  of Unique  Clijb  Thirty-seven states -sent prominent  First;.;Package F'-ei-Jht baldheads,    about    500;   -^ tliem, to  The,'"first-lake, and railysiiliimentsoijBridgeport, Conn., on Majy 10,. when  the season were landed at Port Ar- the Baldhead Club of America held i'tp.  thur on May:5 by the package freight-j annual convention. Under the chat"-  'eiyGlenellay and have three inches of  bald pate, plus $1, to become a mom-  be'r."' ..'' A ;''���������;  on the morninis of May 7 bj-yths Canti-  d'ian.'Natlohal-'!Il,aIlwa>0.  y-.".s' -���������'���������"'  Leaders In Special Crops  British Columhia~Is only slightly behind 'Cfntarlo in fruit production, and  has a monopoly on goats, hops and  rabb,its. Prince 'Edward Island Is still  the'most important fur-Tarmlng province. (Quebec leads in the production  of maple products, anil Ontario in fall  wheat, tobacco, sugar beets, flax fibre,  clover and grass seeds.  Something To  Think About  Always Demand For "Essentials Supplied In Good Condition  Manufacturers of sterilised milk  during the recent strike in London  were asked- to continue shipping to the  Old Country. There were plenty of  difficulties ih the way of so doing, but  the Brttlsh Government thought the  shipment of milk to lie bf sufficient importance to keep the" supply -uninterrupted. Milk, therefore, under the  stern conditions encountered, was regarded as a necessity^.: On the othor  hand, manufacturers of fancy bis-  chits were" Instructed to tliscontinu'e  shiproents. These facts taken together are highly suggestive, - First  the demand- for e.ssentials is- the last  to cease. Will not farmers do welt  to keep this fact In hrinc!?"1 -Tin?re Is  always a demand for an -essential'supplied In good condition.. In ;ihc second place, fancy articles go by 'the  board when the Rims "b<?j_its to shoot.  The "demand for essentials is broad  based upon the condition of life itself.  Fancy articles are or value only when  whims may be gratified, It is well to  t������ke not.*' of iIioki*- far-fi*-. '  wmmmmmMmmmm  "M.    V  1 ("I  Lucky Canadian Bachelors        - .  TJliis pni'iy of pretty girls c������ihe over on tho Anohor-nbrijildupn 'lineryLetltia, -one of Iho ������r*-t llnci-K to doer, at  Quebec thia aoa-jon. -��������� Thq girls are Iravclling under lhe ������UH|)Icr*������ of .the .Siilvatlf>ii Army, nnd. lire-recruited from sill  parts ot- Sent laud i  and are  mhv   tin   iht*.r  wav   to VjiiIous dru-'lni-itinn-* in tlnnixla. - "N  Colcrldae's Hat His Bank  Coleridge, the writer, had a peculiar  way of keeplnpr Iii.*- mon������-y conc-i'-aled  in IiIh hat and his-.manuscripts In hli  bath tub. For many,5"ear.- he had 1H-  tl������- t tuni^h money stnd didn't nood'  -rm.-*h r-onn. r^T'lr. whi'-rnni-' i.t? mamt-  script."- during that I lino ir-'inlnd a  spacious container. --^" ���������  The want columnh of tho dally  papers prove that /man ��������� wants a great  tlejil here "ffelow.  Fa-'diloh  lendr-ri*    tire- RO-culh-d  luiiiM.*   him-  uihitiou.  * a  bo- jtfxmt  WZA^xkWSx  $&?������������������  &������*&.\&$23f-$j<i.  ������$&&  ���������y.-  ;o  ahe eagjBgcs JKBTOBW  jZZZZZ7  mm  1  orosl  -  i^w is4nr help i  /  B.C. FOREST SERVICE  Local and Personal  .1��������� .u I 1     ������a___aMi_a    i   i i i     af I       '.'  * "a-  Something; new~Bobbed -Hair Nets  ���������at. Greston Drug & Book Store.  Village clerk W. O. Taylor left on  Saturday for a week's visit at Nelson  and Proctor.  Auto For Sa_le���������Chevrolet touring  car, in good shape, a bargain. Enquire  Review Office.  . WAN-TED-r-Set *s of single work  harness, must be. in good shape. Mrs.  J. Maxwell, Creston.  For Sauk���������Mare, 5 year old, about  1100 lbs., will sell cheap. C. J. Neil  (Kuskanook). Sirdar;  * Fob. Saus���������Piano,, roll top desk,  wardrobe, and other furniture. Mrs.  M. McCarthy. Eriekson.  Mowkb Fob. Saub���������Fs-ost & Wood  one-horse mower; in good shape,  ���������$35. 6. Davie, Canyon. - ���������  Mrs. Cy. Ybodg of Edmonton, Alta.,  is a Creston visitor this week, the  guestof Mrs. Cherrington.  Kleenex, the nmch-advertised cold  cream remover, now for sale at the  Creston Drug & Cook Store.  Charlie CotteriU is spending a holiday at Perry Siding, where he is the  guest of his friend. Bob Avis.  Cow For Saxb���������Holstein, six years  old, fresh one''month, guaranteed in  every "way, $60.    6. Davie, Canyon.  . ICE!���������For Sale quantity of ice at  $7 per ton at our ice house, Co-Operative Frnit Growers Assn., Wynndel.  Miss Helen Barton of Vancouver is  renewing acquaintances in Creston  after an absence* of about- ten years,  and ia che guest of Mrs. F. H. Jackson.  Anglican Church Services  SUNDAY, JULY 25  CKBSTON  7.30 p.m.  The New  Brunswick  Portable, $42  Extraordinary vol urn-* and  wonderful tone quality Feature  the new Bruita wiolc Portable.  Durable   awl   compact,   with'  apace for records, light, and easy  to carry.  Thia new Portable ia ideal for  weekend partiea, motor tripa.  clamping, vacation*, the mirser-y.  school-*"., and! for th-p hnrnw-  Playa all record������ perfectly.  Wo arts now displaying, th'*  attractive new Fprtabfe for the  first time.    Hear and ������������������ it.  v. wAW,*Solrc  For Sams or Bent���������Residential  property with two acres and Four-  j-oorn bungalow.   Apply R. Walnisley,  Boat 5, Creston,  ������  '   For Sai.e ��������� 4$  foot   Dain    mower  with four blades.    Also a Massey-Har  ris hay rake, both in good   condition.  A. Mackie. Boswell.  I  Trinity United Church looks", very  much the better for its hew coat of  punt. It is'done in a cream, with  white aud green trimmings.  "Regular prices of ,"25 and "5t>-cents  will be. charged for Charlie Chaplin's  ������������������Gold Bush," which will be seen at  the Grand tonight and Saturday.  Evan Staples left at the first of the  week for Nelson, where he has joined  the, mechanical staff at the Central  garage, managed by Guy Browell.  -John Garfield, who is operating the  lamont place on tbe flats,   is main  taining a semi-weekly auto vegetable  delivery . service    at    Kitchener   anfl  Yahk.  Mr. and Mrs. T. Goodwin and Miss  Mary left at the first nf the*week on a  short auto holiday trip to Coeur  d'Alene and Kellogg, Idaho, and  Spokane.  Up till" July 20th 204 auto licenses  had been issued, at. the Creston office  of the provincial police. Out of town  residents have already taken out half  a dozen dog licenses.  Trinity "Ladies' Aid- were greeted  with a large turnout at their fawn  social at the parsonage grounds-on  Friday night. The cash intake was in  the neighborhood of $50.  Mrs. McEachern and Mrs. Mclntyre  and children of Port Arthur, Ontario,  arrived on Sunday on a vitdt wirh Mr.  and Mrs. S. A. Speert-." The former  and the latter are sisters..  Creston baseball team made a great.  showing ngainst Yahk at Yahk on  Sunday winning by a 16 to 8 score���������  the first win the locals have against  the C.P.R. aggregation this year.  - Rev. J. V. and Mrs. Howey of  Wayne, and Mr. and Mra. A. B.  Jonea ol Parkland, Alberta, spent a  fe*\������ duyB here at the end of the week,  guests of Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Joyce.  Forest Area at three or four points  in the Valley eust of town are rcspon  tsibte for Creaton this week experience  ing about the smokiest atmospheric  conditions the oldest oldtiraer can  recall.  Mrs. J. A, Lidgate,' who has been  | with Nelson friends for tbe jpiiet four  months, went throoph on Saturday to  Ij-sthbridge, Alberto* where she will he  with her mm. Alex., who is in ImslneBB  in that city. ���������������������������-.'-<  The -finishing toucheo are being pnt  on the Interior of the now co-op store  on Canyon fltieet, and Manager II. A.  Pittfr-i-yman  ff-sjwefti to b**-dtal nj5 bnr.1  n������������������  In  the new fit nnd nt the lend of  the monthjr*  The PtM-r!������-**o la Cri'i������U>iv'B newest  tlnnee orchestra, wliich m-ide lt������ debut;  I at Kitchener -nn Saturday night, aind*  who������������ work le favorably spoken of,  Goo. Davie, Apunm, in the loader, nntl  with lifon are Mr������, X3avl������i, pianos Percy Trmteott, trombone, and K. ft.  Cuming, violin.  Free autoyiervice is being provided  to the garden '^party and ..concert at  the Kemp ranch ni. "Eriekson on Wednesday evening, 28th. The affair-ia  under* Christ Church auspices and all  are invited.Z   ",       .'  .----.- - -'-: --.���������       ... .     ,        ., - -  Mrsv-IT. H7Jackson,, who has been at  Victoria; a*hd Vancouver for the past  four months  for medical treatud^ent,  arrived home on Friday and continues  to make a. slow but-sure return to ber  former good health. *  .Iroca,lly. the raspberry and cherry-  shipping season is abodt at an end,  and f cg-ures given out by selling concerns inuji&ajbeyt.aat both are a much  heavier crop than the experts estimat,  ed at the first of the season.  A white robin-���������or a bird the shape  and size of a red breast,-and pure  white���������is making its home at the  Ostrenski *f Baines) ranch at- Alice  Siding, Mr. and Mrs. Ostrenski both  seeing the bird in the orchard this  week.  <*i-oWei s are reminded of the meeting in Trinity Church basement next  Thursday.' nigh������, when J. Forryth  Smith, Canadian fruit trade commissioner in 'London, England, will discuss the Old Country apple marketing  situation.  W. K. Esling, ex-M.P. for West  Kootenay. was a visitor her*-* Friday-  Saturday, consulting with the party  executive.- It-ie a foregone conclusioh  he will be renominated at the Conservative .convention at Nelson on  Tuesday night. '   ^ k '  Bevs. Appelt. Herdman and Newby  were visitors at Yahk on Monday  where a religious census of the town  is being taken "to facilitate churcch  worfe.^ The citiszens there have contributed over $300 and the C.P.R. mill is  giving all the lumber needed to transform the old schoolhouse into a  building for community church services, ... -  At the inaugural meeting of the  school board Fred Lewis ywas named  chairman, with a Geo. Nickel, secret  ary. Increases of $50 each in salaries  were granted Principal McLellan, Mi-^s  Hardy, andW. Burner, janitor. TJp  ' to the * present" there are no resignations from the public school staff  and it is now expected all the old  teachers will be On hand when school  opens. _  MV**������e*e  '^'x7k-A^������*^^(mZ  Kills Flies by the thousandyz ;t;g7|:  __.*B     ���������***__ fg*:  $1.  ORTHOPHONY  $iis $20fL  PORTABLE AND TAJ^$i^B0Ss>i  -   ,       $15>9 $42, $45���������ea^-yj^metifei|-^y;yyy      a      , -      ���������     ��������� .... . -     r ... , ��������� ,      , - , ��������� ��������� ���������_���������......-��������� ,  AAA"'  ���������40c. -. .'SPEaM-:iiaigiii^  50c. Tooth Paste and 5(fe. ||^p^^3^3teiQ^^^  ���������  v        KODAKS  AN^ffi^Sffil^iSS?S  HHU  Oa-EO. M. "BFLE3UL.Y  mas  s  A  n  p re mi e KsmmmMM  PALMER   &.   y-^lCWE>t;i"yNy:7^;-:-y  SERVICE ON ANYTHING OPEJRlATEb'������^;^.^  Motor Boat for Hire  foi  Fishing Parties  Camping Parties  to any point on ilie Lake  CHARGES MODERATE.  Mail and Supplies delivered if  desired.  WRITE or PHON^B  SAMBYSpWTH  Kuskanook Sirdar P.O.  SUGAR.  SALT  No Machine will run long Withoist  Effective   Liabrication  And a lot of Oil and Grease^n be .;  bought fbr the cost of one repair.  -* ~" -        - .'������������������-���������'       .; '���������-.  We can supply all your needs in Oil and Grease  ''-..- . ���������.--^>t,. - ��������� .-X.X,- 77'.'.'���������" ��������� . ::v'.->''���������'   .;������������������''*'"' '-,;-.'������������������ ���������'���������    '-..'���������'- '��������� '������'-'i:J;'-'j-:'"';7 ,' -.    :'������������������ v-v:-. ���������."'���������'���������.  High grade Gtas by the dram or gallon.  pni  ^s^rnm  UNTIL CLOSING TIME SATURDAY JULY 31st,  We efflfer ypii umiisiiially attractive valjief:iri Prints and  .jGinjrij^^ to shop'earij* as  stocks will shrink rapidly (it the prices we are making:  500  SOO Yams Potter������ English Print,---at ~ ���������  500   . <<Ak$^<<^        - -, - -'  A vory fine assortment of colors and patterns.  Ealatice of onr stock of DRESS LENGTHS  .' '_J_"i-������,'''-lc_*i&_l*l"_ili*__DMI*l' m\^W%tf*d%*]k~ -������������������>  ���������    .    tOmrm    m%^%m%M%m,^%m\m\    A    A m%0%m.mM .  ~    30Ce  uUv������  Dry 6oods  ni'ifjftflrtins!  ���������  Furnihiro  wmmmmm  BiwaigiiiiMii  ''<l  r-7-A  I  ':  1  7l  '���������'*���������������������������**���������  -*.-������������������'. .3*3  ;������  -4  ��������� W  ���������;i  z  ���������'m  ���������i*I  ii  :'"a


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