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Array ���������;_re  ���������itpfiPiM  V*     *" % _���������:  X  r - -*������.-���������  y-  ^  <*-     I  .       4)  .Provincial Library apj 07  /. -a'-  /  Vol. XVIII.  CRESTON. B. Q������ iimtDAY. JULY 16, 1920  Uo. 22  -*u.  ... 1 ��������� -���������. , .     ,. I  Mw. Sid .Abar left: far the^St.  B-ti-y **  genete-hos^ital at Cranbrook oiif Thurs?'  day.-5- *y - "    Z ;c-^r   %?*  "a. " ** -"*- * *, *>n*:''* ^ ^ '  - George Wickholm, who is in charge  of the ranch at- Canyon, wire "home for  the weekend. -.. *      " '-  P. M. Cherne^R* of Ymir .was a, business- visifcoi* here on Wednesday^ .Ti,  Stralle of Fernie was iii by auto on ������  business call on Thursday. .      *.     '     .  Bob, Walter and Billy Long, and  Bay Crisler of Esickson, motored in  on a business visit on Wednesday.  Misses Olga and Elsie Nelson   went  ' to Ryan on Thursday, anci while jthere  were the guests of Mr: and Mrs. Carl-  . son. ,    ,. -     ���������- j>  Miss Louise. Pendry arrived hf������i-e on  Thursday and bas joined-the staff* at  the MeConnell Hotel. -  Mr., and Carl Anderson, Mr. and  Mrs. B.Drifiil- and Dick Castle spent  Sunday at Kuskanook, going up by  auto. " -  G. A. M. Youbg of - Creston was a  business visitor "jiere over the week.  ,   .-������������������-  Misses Myrtle,and Marjorie .Strong  ������_*������������������& spending   the   sumuier   vacation  -witt^there grandparents, Mr. anb Mrs*  '-83e6������ Strong, at Canyon.  C. H. Bobin'on, fishery- iuspector  Nelson, was here' on Friday, putting  cutthroat and lake trout" fry in Meadow Creek.  Mr. and Mrs. Hahn of Spokane,'Mrs.  ti. Hahn and Miss T. Du.ckworth of  ���������Seattle, and Miss M��������� Murphy of- Hone,-  U.Ii.. were visitors here on Friday*  Mrs. Harrison - and EV* OTSTeil of  Yahk were Kitcteenei" callers Sunday^  Mr. Kumsey, O^P.R. trainman, and  party, of t Cranbrook. went on:-a fishing trip up Goat Bive* for ai. week, W.  Davis   taking    them,   up^ "with pack.  ,  ~     ~ **-*i t    "* ^*trZ*>^-    *cc_-i.^Sj  - horses*    -        f    \      -   - *-,-**-  _    '    .     < i ���������*���������-   - ".--v-a     '"^--- -*���������;-'  Er* pennett,.Chrysler auto \ dealer,,  ' Seattle.- was a caller/here on Sunday.  -J. -Webster, Swift's man at Cranbrook  made a business call on Saturday. -  Maris*  Arb   back-, with them  for a  week-fit stay,   '        '.  ^iJfr.&nci Mrs. W. X Barr. an������"iy sons,  fjharles and IRcbert, of Kimberiey,  were visiting^ with - Mr. and Mrsi B.  ���������Johnson of l.he Kitchener Hotel last  week. ��������� .-*    -  Hay McKelvey, N.  Bush and Bert  Boffey of Creston were business visit  ore ^on   Monday,"    Col.   Fred  Lister,  M F-:P.,"of Camp Lister, made a business call the same day.  Mr, and _ Mrs. A..Nbiaud '-vere visiting with Mr. and "Mrs,ZAZ Sipipson-*-  she latter's parents-^-for a week, coming from Spokane, and leaving Mono-  day, taking Claude Simpson and  Wesley Blair with tfiegn.  Wm. Malafonb of Lewlston, Idaho,  who is largely interested "in Leadville  Mining Company," arrived on Tuesday!,  proceeding direct .to the mine, where-  he spent his time until 'leaving on  Friday. He expressed himself as well  pleased wiih the showing made. He  Will bo back -again in a few weeks.  - W. O?- Daviamade'a trip to the Iron  Range on Sunday, packing in supplies  for -Mess*Si Young .and LaPage, who  are doing assessment work on the Hill  claims. Th"ey*expect to be there until  the early -part of September. We  understand -engineers .are to be in to  inspect these alarms and hope their  report will lead to. more extensive  development being undertaken.  Nickely Fred Lewis  |,  .    School Trustees  **���������?.  Za.  Provincial   police  H.   McLaren,  of  Creston* "was here on an official call on  "Saturday,     ',      '  Mite. Walter Walby made a'business  trip to Creston on Friday, * returning  on Saturday,  Andy. Wickholm has purchased ' a  new Chevrolet car from the Creston  dealers, Palmer -8c. Maxwell,  -Mrs. Joe Langlois of the.Russell  Hotel made a business trip to Nelson  on Friday, returning on Sunday,  Miss Ester'IS.elaon "left on Saturday  -for Yahk, where she is visiting Miss  Josephine Allan, at her home there.  , H. H. Redmile nnd E. W. Thomas  went to  Oreston   on   Saturday on a  ' fishing'.^ip,',; retwrninij ;"6jn*"'Monday  morning, bringing back a nice mess of  , fiab*    y   !-A ZA: y yy;'yHy.':'7. k'.'-jZ-  A. G. Strudwicke- ufjtl^ICie^ville  Mininpc Company got back on Sunday  from Nelson, where he attended the  mining convention. He also vt tilted  Riondel, Trail and Rossland. . .  Mrs. Wm. Arb went to Oreston luBt  week on a visit with Mrs. T. Shavalley  getting back on Thursday.  Messrs. Joe and Douglas MpLaugh-  lin loft on Saturday by auto for Bask <.  atohown. Thoy have been employed  for some time by tho Sash & -Door  Company,   Here's luck to them,  CyrHle Senesael, who Is employed  atLnmberton, paid his many frienda  hero a. visitor ova* iho .weufek-and.  A party from here took in the dance  at Yahk on Saturday night given by  the Boundary  Orchestra,   Thoywoio  Misses  Alice  Molander    and    ifidltb  - Geronx, and J aek and Jim Dodds. -  Mrs.  Jas Carr and   children.   Mra,  Geo. Johnson ant! dctrighter Miss LyS-i,  wore up upendlnfc the day witli friend*  making Iho trip byautojfrom Creaton.  Fri tas i^Iolanclor loft for Cranbrook  on Monilay, w^hcro he has ewsmytd ������  job as hrakcmnn on the freight..  Also Harry High.  Mr. in-nd Mra, T. Shevalley ami child-  ���������-.."."'_  ji' **1-'- ������������������.������ 'i   ���������.��������� ..-.������. ������.."f, 1������t_.,������    ...in,      l������������^..  4 IKJM  Ua*   %>������auMt>ta������M   ������������k#k w  >aa.i..un      ������..���������������.      r^iJ'  Mm. Win. Arb last woek, taking Mllss  . Harvey ( --Scoop" ) Joyce, *who, has  been employed*at the. Continental  Lumber and Pole Company. Limited,  as bookkeeper for some time, left on  Wednesday foe his home at Edmonton, having secured a position in that  city., and *weParish" hun' every success*  He will surely be'missed in th-s young  er set as he was"alway^ the'best of  company. _.-_,-���������   ;   _- J*-  Foreihan Leanrty and' his .road crew  W^ ab^aitj thtpcngb y.Witb their apeisk-  ti������^fts^b������ y^ewnafatt . Stree*i '"-and^Aes^efli-  "Avpnuo..-. They " have "gw-ded the  former and put iu -a "four foot board  walk from the postoffi.ee to the CP.ftV  track, and graded.Aspen-Avenue from  the depot to "^Tater Streets These  .works are a decided improvement nnd  add greatly to tbe appearance.of the  town, as well a-sT being" a convenience  to' our residents and visitors.  Judging .by thti /slim attendance at  tht. annual ineefeingyof the, ratepayers  of Crestou Schiwir tDistrict on Saturday nlght/yand the harmonious* and  generous spirit --- that prevailed, the  trustees and staff of teachers may  rightfully ,co"ns!der that educational  matters .have "been -handled with  efficiency andywrith due regard for  economy. .-'.    \        "*-   "  Out 'of a total -.attendance of less  than two.- dozen ' Fred^Lewis finally  consented to preside and- the business  of the evoningwas put through witb  surprisin g * unanimity, "* they,ratepay ers  even going so far as to vote $7SQO.O0 to  .carry on with'for.the new term when  the old boai*5 was "quite prepared to  make S7500;GO do the financing.. Most  of the additional $360 voted will he  used fcr iucrejase^ip salaries of janitor  aad some of thsi teachers.  The financial statment submitted by  the treasurer, Trustee S. A. 'Speers,  showed the year closed with-a balance  of ������12&8^ despite the fact tbatiast.year  almost $1000 was spent on painting,  plasteHng' atotk other improvements.,  and |ees ftrom high school pupils from  outside points fell off ,$26&.  Two trustee^ had to be elected. T.  Goodwin's three-year term had expired, and he refused to consider re-nom  ination, while Trustee Speers, who" had  still another- year, to put in, -also  decided to retire, and the- meeting  elected George Nickel to replace Mr.  Goodwin, ami FJ_5ed L*4j?*is will fiii out  the one-yeae=������jr_emaioiuR of Trustee  Speers** terns, Dp. Henderson was  relected auditor for about the twelfth  successive- term.  "^Votes o������thanks .were -carried with  unstinted applause for_ the^* retiring  trustees -and  tlie_ ^aiuditpr������- and. an-  T.Hickey and J-zm Byrnes had quite  an expensive 1au to -collision on the bill  <"3ust -at the bridge ou the Canyon side-  on , Friday iu which - the Hicfeey  Chevrolet had a wheel taken off, axle  bent, fenders" wrecked* and. the -Ford  driven by Byrnes waa almost as seriously battered up. The latter was  driving a load of youngsters home  from swimming but, fortunately, no  one was hurt.  H. "Ombach of Victoria, the provincial surveyor general, -was here on an  official visit the end of the week,  aud was accompanied by Chas. Moore  of Creston.  * ' -a^  Mr. and Mrs. F. N*. Thompson - and  family left on Thursday for Nelson  where the frailly .will make their borne  for tbe present, Fred having a. position in Trail in sight. It is expected  that if the reappraisal details are  satisfactorily adjusted Mr. and Mrs.  Thompson will again make their'home.  hei.e and will be welcomed" back as  they have been very useful citicens.  I v     - *  J. L.   Whitford of Cranbrook,   the  Rawleigh products man,  was a   busi  ness visitor here the past few" days.  Mr. and Mrs. John Bird and Master  Cyrilwere Tuesday to Friday Nelson  visitors, attending" the wedding of  Cy-mrid Williams and Miss Muriel  Redpath on Wednesday. Both are  former citizens of Lister, the bride  being in charge of the school about  three years ago,' while Cym. is a  former landowner here. ���������  There was a. very slim  at   the"'annual eefaool , meetings Z&m  ������-������*.���������    j i    _���������;. __ J*"' Tj*i   Langstou^hosenas auditor..   $245will  10th a 'letter">i&rito"temji?;:t_hfi^ ^esigna--  tion of Principal -Fleming of the* high  school.hud beeu- received, making it  necessary to get a new staff for -the  higher sent of tearing, as Miss Shannon had ��������� prjeviously givea notice of her  intention to retire     \  &&ny&sa City  , A pleasant and successful dance was  staged in   Hunt's Hall   on. Saturday,      Bob Clayton,    who is   working at  July 3rd.    Due to the jdato being close I at Kimberiey. is home for a couple-- .of  to the *Cr.S. national holiday a goodly  weeks* vacation with'his parents here  number of   visitors   from across   the  Saturday "flight. - John Bird' was -in  tbe chair; and the ratepayers re-elected Mrs. PowerVfor another three year  term* as trustee^ -with  Mrs,    Harold  The Tenuis Club held a most successful' -dance"in the_M.  Wigen packing  Shed on  "Satm-day  night   last*   Tbe  music was supplied by Creston orches- "-  tra, and   the- floor was crowded   for _^  every darice.  . M. Hagen, who ^as been working in  the Hudson Bay mine at Salmo, is  homefor a fewdays with a damaged  leg* caused by a rock roiling on to it.  No bones are broken, and he expects  to return shortly*  Mrs. R������ Uri, who has been in the  hospital at Nelson for treatment on  one of her eyes, returned to her home  here on Saturday.  The Tennis Club are having onother  dance in the old"8cbr������olhuu8e ou Saturday, July 17th. Creston mus*%. Pop-,  ular prices.    Good floor.   '  The new house of Mr. and Mrs. Jas.  Wood was the scene of a uery gay  party on-Tuesday night, when about  70 guests were invited. The evening  Was spent i*~i dancing and games. A  very dainty supper was served aboub  midnight, aud the party broke - np in  the early hours w^th everyone voting -  it thfi-moBt successful party ever.    *���������  ^ ���������*  Wynude! Baseball team had s busy "  day  on Sunday   when   they   played :  Creston'at Creston in the afternoon,  coming out on the short end of a 5  to  4 score, in a real good game.   In  the  evening the Sirdar team came up here  and a very fine game was played.    It  had to be called off at end ofthe fifth  inning; however, due to darkness with  the score 5 to -4 in Sirdar's favor.   The  attenda_nce4-?ame   was   continued   on   Thursday  night and was witnessed by -fans from  Sirdar,   Creston  antl  a   big  turnout  from here.  of .taxation,  ���������-^ex-cfe^ot  ta������t year~sosne extra' money" being  needed to improve the heating system.  At they Huscroft school meeting  adjournment had to be taken till July  20th to finally decide on enlargements  to tha present school or the erection  of a new-building to handle the increased- attendance, Harry Helme  was re-elected trustee, and Mrs." Chas.  Huscroft," auditor. - $200 will be required for running expenses this coming  term.  line put in an appearance and enjoyed  themselves to the limit. Baker stieet  presented quite a busy and . gay  appearance with curs parked on both  sides of the "street, all them decorated  with Union Jacks and Stars, and  Stripes. . Dancing started abont 10  o'cloca ahd kept up with vigor' until 3  a.m-, everybody having a good time  and Voting it one of the most, successful functions ever seen in ^Kitchener.  There;;., la-y another dtt"*-W, .^ot -for  Saturday, 'July 17th, y,which ; should  bring another large turnout, duo to a  neW ��������� orchestra who, tb qiibte tlie  conductor, are second to none who  have ���������-"ever, played at Kltchenkr.  Kverydadyywelconie. Come, one and  all. and have a good time.  The   ratepayers   gathered   for   the  annual school rucuUng tit the achool-  houso on  Saturday night lust,   G. A.  Hunt. prcsldttd, and was favored with  the largest gathering of  the sirt ever  seen at Kitchener.   B. Johnson  was  re-^lecU"d trustee by acclamation, and  Mrs, B. Drlffl was similarly favored as  auditor, replacing' A. Howard, whose  term had expired, and who would not  consent to re-eleotion.   The ratepayers  are sorry to lose  Mr. Howard as ho  has been n novei*-stop worker In educational affairs slnco the school was  started, not only as auditor, but in  every othor way, being one of those  who  helped- erect  tho  achpp!.    Tho  hope Is expressed that' he will shortly  resumo. (hi������   usual   interest in eduoa-  tioniil matters,   Trustees and teachers  aro to tw eon<������-rniuli-t*vl on t.ho success  of the past your, nnd In this connection too hearty commondatibn cannot  be given G. A, Hunt who, on neretary-  treasuror,   has   had   much   to  do  In  bringing about the present efficiency.  H.-**   h"*,"!   ***>*"?_    "h*?*!^ ' **f-p^^fawr-"" ^������'v������������*  since thi* school wao built���������In 1018.  Jeff. Knott left at the first of the  week to take a job ns chain man  on the survey party-Chas. Moore has  at work on the oid Winlaw limit adjoining -Erickeon.  Brie Olson, who has beenli Spokane  visitor got back on Sunday' to take  pact in the twelfth of July celebration  at Creston on Monday.  Alf. Nelson is a hwHinsa visitor at  Lethbridge, Atbertivand other prairie  points this week, establishing a market connection for the fruit and vegetables going out through the Creston  Valley Produce Co./ '-.'���������"  Mr. and Mrs. Gdy Bi-owell wore, here  for a'cp-iple of days at the first of the  week, coming over' by auto from Nel-  Bon on Sunday.        ..  J Mr. and Mrs. Pepperdin'e have just  returned to Calgary,* Alberta,-ufter a,  weeks' visit with Mr. and Mrs. Jim  Bateman,. ;���������'"' ���������  A. Bond has disposed of hief former  Ford ciir and is now driving the. Ford  turned in by Kev. J. IleKdmun at. the  Palmer A Maxwell garage last week,  when ho purchased hla now Chevrolet.  The Ladles' Community Olub have n  dance curded for to-night, ICtli, ut tho  Community Hall, for which Mrs, Lister's preheatr-i will supply the music,  and the admission will bo UJ1 to gonto.  and "50 coliti" to lad leu, theso, charges  Including supper.  Iii tho list of honor roib awau-tlecJl at,  Canyon school at tho end of tho term  Divisions omitted to glvo tho namo  of Master John Sponcor. who captured tho diploma ^ for- Proflolenoy.  This is tho Second time In oucccaalon  this distinction, hota, cotno his w|iy���������  and ho has only boon attendlng__scbool  Mvo vear<k.   Agnes Johnaon also won  Erlekmon  Miss Annie Fraser of Cranbrook is a  visitor here at present, the guest of  Mrs.  Maxwell.  -v Mr. and {Mrs. J. Heri,c from Michigan arrived last week on' a visit with  the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. P.  Heric. -    .  *Ray. McKelvey is " tho veiy latecrt  local resident to get into the auto  owning class. He is** driving a new  1020 Chevrolet, purchased a* the  Premier garage at Creston*la8t week.  MIss-AubreyMcKownnof Cranbrook  and M iss"' Dorthy McKowan of tho  same town, who has been visiting at  Boswell, are here at present on a visit  with their grand parents, Mr. and  Mrs. Geo. Cartwright.  . Mrs, Frank Staples was "a visitor  with Cranbrook friends a fe*r days  last week, getting back on Thursday,  ESric and Gerald Oralgio and Alf.  Boffoy arc combining labor and  ploasaro at Kootenay Bay where they  are on ay crow putting in ������omo new  lino at Kootenay Bay for the Domin--  lon tulophona company.  Mrs. J. 8. Peck and children of Ed  mon ton. Alberta, who are on their  way home from a visit at tho coast,  aro hero for t. few days witb Mr***  Pock's parent*, Mr, and Mrs. George  Giirtwrlftnt.  At tho annual school meeting on  Saturday night everything Wont off  Quite harmoniously, with H. M. Telford reelected trustee and *������& J. C  Ttlchurdaon auditor. Tho meeting  waa qulto cheerful In voting tho $1700  and authorised tho trualeca- to go tho  Itmlt tn oalarie-s ln order to osauro a  an honor roll for proficiency this term. I f irat-clasa teaching staff.  'The year end report  of   Wynndel.  school  is    as   -follows:   Division   1:  Honor"  .Rolls:       Proficiency���������David  Taylo^.   , Deportments-Alice    Davis.  Begalrtrity    and -7 pu nctuali ty���������Mar-  fc*ireb\ Joyl' Promoted   to Grad������������ 8���������  David Taylor. Fred Wilson,, Manuel  Irving, Rodolpho Benedetti, On trial���������  Allan "Wood. * Promoted to Gxside 7���������  Alice Davis,   Lois  Cooper," Konbteln -  Wittmann,   Whitfield  Abbott.   Promoted to Grade 6���������Mary Abbot, Andy  Hagen,Gilbea t Payette,Neilson Hagen - -  Division 2:   Honor  Rolls:   Profici- -  ency���������Hilda   Hagen.     Deportment���������  Dorothy Moon.   Regularity and pune-  tudlity-r-Kenneth. Packman.   Promoted to^Grade S���������Dorothy Moon, *EHen.,  Hagen,. Roth Joy,   Oswald   Payette-,  Florence Bchmidt, Billy Wood, Maron  Moon.   Promoted, to Grade  4���������Lawrence Davis. Kenneth Packman, Roy  Andestad,     Margaret    Irving, ���������   Ned  Bathie,     On     trial���������Alice.    Laverty._  Promoted to Grade 8���������Hilda  Hagen,  Bertha Gelett*% fisteir Wlttman, Jamea  Wood*   Leonard   Gelette.   Promo ted  to" Grade   2���������Alvin . Hagen,     Elmer  Davis,    Clara    Wlttman,    Campbell  Payette.        . -v  . yv,.:, ���������'-..  GRAND THEATRE  SATURDAY, July  17  -������  TOPS AtX, "WESTEBNS  "Tha  Fnn.hPi.tP.il  Hill  with  -JACK: HOI..T  FLOKENCB V1B0B  3STOAH BBBBY  MAJtY BRIAN  -a, '' '��������� "''    "a*1' ' > -*        ���������   .   a* f'J-a-     -   "    I  A rugged, thrilling action  story of the west Fetor  B.    Kyoe's    latest   and  ���������**,,������������,*, m... 4������h. 4m *>*. 0+4.       t*������4*J1-*<"*t'-i  j^m%^m*mf%jfwmmU      ������>tM>**  jf ������ "1'Y-"  .**';  rrs?*--'.'������������������ ��������� tj.'fei'lrt^w't'cr������������������'"��������� riT>jr������srr,m<?     -������  ?*. jt. g ^jv      ' ij !-'\f iia*\rr _rm_7 __������-������_*   ���������'������ _ <\.l ft*  J'    *���������'-.  ' ���������'"������������������ '-.'-:-.  *~-y  -; ' ^XrrJ'' j'^ J*    J''..'-"..  "  *---"  J  >"���������  -  s.  1 ���������  *<n  I  WSKMM^I'tf'^i"^^  *!WSSSM������SM������a������W^  - ;  *- ."  r  so  fh/z������4Ziyu, $u������:t$i& iiant aUicie,  Japs  ���������' t'i.l ���������' X:  LiKe  uold   leeib.  Those Who Can Afford i-*ad^ Cultivate  -Perpetual Smile  Whenevey- a ''Japanese get-/ any  moneS" ahead* lie buys himself a. gold  tooth and cultivates a perpetual smile.  This illuminating aad fascinating  fashion is looked Upon somewhat- askance by the Kobe Chronicle, "which declares, that a- preCectural investigation  revealed- that rowcal dentists last year  liad  used   gold  va.Iued at; 22:1,226   yen  TLis   ^VonJerful   Age  ��������� *��������� _ "** -  *^m*mmm^m^m^m^ j.' ~r . -   . ���������***.,  Recently within the short space of one week two exploration parties crossed the North Pole without mishapjand in comparative comfort, thus realizing  what ,has been the ambition of dai-ing and adventurous men. .for centuries'.  Their achievements were rendered possible by "the use of the air routes instead of by ship through the icebound, waters of the Arctic seas.  Daily  communication  is  maintained between  London and  Paris  by airships  carrying passengers and  freight, the time schedules being as regular  as those of the  best managed railways, and. a few-weeks ago the trip iTrom  London to Paris was made an ninety minutes by an airplane carrying a score^j-  bf passengers and several tons of express freight. y^  Throughout large sections of the United. States mail is now transported  by airplanes with the result that important letters are .delivered thousands  of miles away within a few hours-of mailing whereas formerly days were  necessary for their despatch. Regular mail services _py air are now established ancr^inaiiitalneda right across the continent, and the number of such  routes is increasing every year. ,.   . -.���������-..  Within the short span "of one generation the horse and buggy has been  superseded, by the automobile with its small," compact internal combustion  gasoline engine, as a means of conveyance ,on our highways, and a day's  journey of a few years ago is now Only a matter of hours, or even minutes,  and_ hundreds of thousands of people who never dreamed of keeping a horse  and. buggy now have their horseless carriages.  When the electric telegraph, the telephone, and Anally the trans -Atlantic  cable came into operation most people felt that the last word- in-rapid communication had been written, and'now almost overnight has come the,marvellous development of radib whereby the most remote and inaccessible places in  the, world can be kept in constant touch with centres of population and activity. The successful flights over the North Pole were known to the world,  within a few hours. No longer are ships at sea isolated between ports, find  one in distress can call others to- its assistance just as a sick .person in a city  can summon his doctor by telephone.  Photographs of scenes in connection with the great British strike were  printed In New York papers the following day, transmitted across the Atlantic by radio, and. even on these Western, prairies these pictures were re-  producd within three or four days wlierea.sjast-year such pictures would hot  have been available here for two weeks oriBore'. .������������������ "7-..." .'���������-���������:  '  In another way time and distance and cost of operation.are being :**ed.ukc-  ed.in the "West through the introduction of oil-electric cars on our steam railways,, thereby also eliminating the smoke and other discomforts of travel. ( -  For centuries the enormous powers in our great rivers, cataractsand  falls have been pure wasfe because unutilized. Now this cheapest of all  known sources of power is being'harnessed the world over and placed at man's  disposal, with the result that not in cities alone but in the-rural honie the  benefits of electric light, power and heat are available, While all industry has  entered upon a new era of expansion.  Within the memory of people still living the tallow candle has given way  before the kerosene lamp, and the lamp has been replaced first by the carbon  electric light and "now by the cheaper, more efficient tungsten lahip.. The  finest lectures, the best music, the current news of the day is carried by :-.*adio  Snto the humblest and most isolated home, and it d.oes not require much imagination to foresee that at no distant date people everywhere will be able to  "witness as well as hear these far distant occurrences,  Jules Verne's flights of fancy in "Twenty Thousand Lehgues "Under the  Sea" and "Around the World in Eighty Days" are today accepted tacts and  almo.st every day bappenin'g. . .        . '  Pessimists there still are wlio insist that the world is becoming worse and  not better, that mankind is headed -for destruction, tfiat with.increase.of popu-  laion he world will not be capable of producing enough food to sustain life,  that, with our prodigal use of fuel these" resources will become exhausted and  the race wLll freeze to death, and so on and. so forth. Such croakers there  always have been, ami probably always will be, but their dire predictions always fail to be realized. Man has ever been able to solve the problems con-  fronting him. Necessity has ever been the mother of invention, and at no  time in. tin* history of the race hafs inventive genius been more fertile ia  practical idea?, nor has yelenee been'so consistently employed to achieve im-  por-anr. and !-������?*.insr r-*j?u1-is,  ii  n ii  BIlllODYES"  Just   Dip   -to   Tint  to E?ye  or  Boil  ~^-  t-un   At   the   Exhibition  Six  Platform Acis/-B6oked  For* West-  7 Z ern Canada Fairs  .gix big -pl^tCorm actstfor tlie Western"' Canada fai^s -Circuit have^now-  been booked and will make their first  appearance on the loop in Brandon on  June'2-S. i  The * BoganHy ' Lunatic ^Bakers,  brought . over * from Lpndon by the  Shube'rts, will provide a comedy' act.  The Petlsys  present an exhibition, of  for decorating the teeth of cuslomersJtj'ampolii^ and'comtSdy'casting stunts/  A movement"is und.er way to s tarty-while- the Lime trio give an acrobatic  a fashion in plain white teeth.  turn. Dennis Curtis brings along ' a  clog and pony show, while the Xustra-  Han Waites are reputed to be'the  world's leading whip cracking and:  bo.omerang artists. Shorty'Flem, the  rube cop, will provide all the clowning  stunts on the grandstand. --  Coal Waste Is Valuable  Each  15-cent pjackr.  age -contains * directions 'so simple any  woman can tint soft,  delicate shades or dye  rich, permanent colors  in lingerie, silks, ribbons, skirts, waists,  dresses, coats, stockings, sweaters, drap  ������=ries, coverings, hangings ��������� everything J  Buy Diamond Dyes  ���������-no other kind���������-:and tell your^ druggist  wheth er theymaterial "you wish* to color  is wool dr. silky br whether it ia linen,  cotton or mixed goods.  Great   Demand  For  Romanoff  Table Linen  Thousands yaif'v,Piece$''.'-Si*-ld to  Americans For Souvenirs  ��������� ������ . -  Royal napkins and tablecloths 'belonging to the Romanoff family are In  enormous demand, -in the United  States, y -Entirely--new and bearing  the coat of arms o*f Emperor Nicholas,  tens of j thousands of pieces of this  table linen have been sold by the* state  to American Buyers,yw-ho sent them  home to* relatives and friends as gifts,  The napkins are of tbe finest "Holland  liners are large enough to serve as tea  tablecloths and. cost 75 cents reach.  MEDICINE THAT  (JIVES STRENGTH  By-products Say Scientists .*  Fuel conservation was discussed as  a vital   pr-dblem by  practical men attending  the   eighteenth  annual  meet-  t        -"*  ing. of the International Railway Fuel  Association at Chicago.  Science is coming to the aid of tbe  railroads In this matter, the" members"  were told in an open forum meeting  on engineering factors. The slack  waste in coal is soon to be taken care  of by chemical processes and the day-  is not far off when tbat waste will be  turned into oils, dye, perfumes -and  other valuable by-products, it was predicted.  For Aches, Pains,  The Safe Home Remedy  NERVlLiNE  When sudden sicknes's comesiy when  the kiddies come in with colds, their  little che stsand throats sore from  coughing,..'ciuicfc results always follow  a vigorous rubbing with good old Nerviline. If it's Cramps, Gollc, Diarrhoea, Neryilihe is a wonderful friend;  it brings ease ai^i comfort so .quickly.  For yyoung an 9.;- old/to ;ovei-eonie the  minor ills that constantly arise -Iri the  home, nothing, compares: with "Nbryi-  llne:''-���������35 cents at: all dealers. '':k'"A  Question Of International Law  If Empire Is At War Every Part Is  Automatically invoive-d  The Sydney Evening News editorially" states: "Mr. Woodsworth,'a Labor  member fbr Winnipeg, who raised the  question that Canada should not become involved* in empire wars., withr  out deciding the questions*at issue for  herself,- overlooked the fact that by  international law when the empire is  at war every part ot it becomes automatically involved. It is a partnership and any partner can involve the  others.. The extent to which any Do-'  minion participates is-riot a matter ot  compulsion, but of popular will. If-  Great Britain embarked upon a~manifestly unjust war tlie resjponse of tbe  dominions would be feebler than if the  issue were one which had a higher  moral warrant. It is true that both  Britain and the dominions might be  honestly mistaken, but wthe great poinc  is that in the ultimate analysis, tlie  basis ofthe empire-is the assent of its  peoples founded on their behalf in its  beneficence and '-"its necessity as a  custodian of world power.'*   7  May  Official   Fairy   Story  Teller  The English  town  of Bradford lias  an official fairy story teller, who gath-  iers the children about her and relates  .to them  Lhe tales of dwarfs and fairies and to have entertained tlTe young  in  all parts ol" I.he world for hundreds of  '. years.       Sin en   Mrs.   Mary   Bradford,  I the ofTlclul  story    teller,    began,    her  'work,   12,92 f.  children have sat nt her  Oft   nnd   listened. Io  lhn   stories.  I           .   Predicts   Bam per  Crop  Surpass.   Banner   Years   ������n   West  Says Eastern  Man  "R'-nirninsr -from n  lour ot* ilie wesr-  fa|-n provim:*-!--. Thomas Brad shit w, vio-;-  pro-ddi-mr. and K'-nriral manager, of the  MriiKs f\ y - VI a rrln    (Jornpa n y,    p rophesietl  ituii    lirinj.   would   h''**   'i   v.-t.-nf-i-rii.   crop  whlrh  would rival, If noi. sui"i������i^s,  lhe  bnnner y--ars of  tlu* pfii-'.r.       Xot since  ���������ini,"i,    he   deel-ired,   bad' h*-   ween    the        ... ,   ��������� ^     ,���������, ,  T���������  ' ,.       i i     ,:    '     S������mpl2  nnd  Sure.���������Dr. Thonins', TCe-  wheiii    rrop:*   so   yr..-ll   a<H-;.inr-r,i,   in.. ��������� ]f,ctrU. D1|  [A m Hlmp[e in ai>pnCfttlon'  ���������f;irin**rs in Hitrih a flonrl������liiu������ -'oni'-ltlon j tj-iar. n child can understfind tho ir������-  n:_d t������i������- i^-'rn-M-al ion" r>r lh������- we,-.f. ho ' Ht.rurtlnris. lrsed as ri liniment lhe  ,',,���������.,...,,    , I only   dl rnc tion   is   to   rub,   and   when  *-'''���������������������������������"*'������������������������������������   | used ai- a -Ires-sing lo npply. Thn dlrnc-  : lions   ar*- v.n   filnln   nntl   uninis'lHkfible  ' llmr   tin>>   ������fi-  readily    unuVr.slo-id     hy  young *>r "hi.  ,\   u, i) n 11  bin  |ii-i*''ll  p*-aiiiu;in   may   driv-  are hi-Kii.-r h'iul.  a   (K-n  SPRAINS.  Ariply Mlnard'a :<t onn**. lt  flruw nnr J n lhi mm;* t hni.  Mfiof.lie.i i in* iiii.i;'(:lfs ana  li,...ijiii in.;.  Reli-jious   DifficuIti-ea  In   Mexico  Unless the- xoi-i'i-nmr'nt. Itndf* some  ���������\-a.y of gr.'infIng Ihe re<|ucsl of the  I3s'IsJh1i and l-Ven'-h lo Hal Ions lo por-  nilr.  nrii"   fori-l-R'ii   jjj-|e;ti. <ji-  -ulnls-ier in  *tn''-"(-i*<-  f<)���������*-��������� ������-���������-fi.  ia-vi-'aiI'n (Tiifvn-1, r������������i-.  eUrnf-rrf or hIE t*<-jlHlrmH In Afi-Kh-n inttnf  New "Health Gomes to - Those  "Who Build Up Thetr Blood by  the Use of Dr. WiHiams' Pink  Pills.. .    .'"'-���������:  Dr. Williams' Pink Pills are a  strengthening medicine. Surely and  effectively they build up**the blood, Invigorate the appetite,' tone up the  d.igestlon, give brightness to the eye,  color to the cheeks and lips, and quickness to the step. These pills have  direct action on the blood, making it a  health-bearing -stream; thus no part  of the body can escape their beneficial  action. Weak men and women, boys  and girls find new health arid strength  through the use o*C this world-renowned blood builder. Mr. N. -H. ILang-  ville. C.N.R. agent at New. Germany.  N.S., says:���������"In November, 1924, I had.  a ^severe illness which left me in a  very run-down condition.' I got a supply of Dr. Williams' Pink Pills and derived great benefit from them. My  appetite Improved, and a gain' In  weight which is now normal I owe to  the use of these pills. I can therefore  recommend Dr. Williams' Pink PUls as  a fine tonic,"  Try" Dr. Wllliams' Pink Pills for  anaemia, rheumatism^ neuralgia, ner-  ' vousnoss. Take them as a tonic, If  you are not Tn tho best physical condition and cultivate a resistance that  will keep you well and strong. Gel a  box from lhe nearest, drug store at by  mall at Kfi cenl.B a box from Tlie Dr.  Williams' Medicine Co,, Brockville,  On I,  Gives A Novel Treat  Mr.s. "Rdwaril "R. Slsson, of South'  Mlddloboro, Mass., has been giving her  family and friends a rtqvej. treat; by  nerving lrmonti(..������������������> nnd lemon pic ma.de  from lemons picked from a tree she  rained Inilooi-H. The lvnv������ now has  nboue forty hiospoms on It,  Applies For Patent  On Nw Aeroplane  Military Aviator 'Claim's, His Invention  Will Not-Crash  Bobist, a former inilitary aviator,  has applied for a patent on an aeroplane which will* not crash. The Invention is based on -the fact that 90  per cent., of: all aeroplanes crash to,  earth head-on. The invention consists of a series.-of counter-weights  which, in the event 6f a perpendicujai  descenf.'are caused to slide tb the rear  of the plane,_.thereby re-establishing  its balance, aided by an auxiliary rudder. A     -    / ��������� -  Russia Has  Large  Army*  Under Cl.rcu rri stances Other Cont j hen*1  '"���������**  tal  .Powers   Caiinpt"^Consider'  'A,:::>"-.,yD'sa>maiTie,nt>y.--;:y.'������������������-������������������. -.'/.���������;.  ���������.*-"Russ'ia''-lias;-'iiije/'oi;-t^ ...  on; the 'jontinent^ She-is nqtya .member of the league; sire is not on friendly .terms with most;of her neighbors;  she Is suspecteda of fishing in Europe's  troubled waters on all possible o'eca---  - sions. Under the, circuinstanc es no  continental power will consider dls-  aEmament while Russia,.* fully arnieti,  maintains moral and "'material isolation.���������Brooklyn Eagle.   ' >-   ,     .  A Tower Of Pearls  Japan  to Have-J rite resting   Exhibit  at  Philadelphia Fair  Tokio.���������A miniature tower of pearls,  both cjiltui-ed and natural, will form  part of .Tapan's exhibit at the Philadelphia Sesciuicentennial exposition. It  will have a value of approximately  $350,000.  The exhibit Is construcled. in the  shape of.a pagoda, is slightly over  three feet high and contains 201,230  cultured and 2!),270 natural pearls ol  varying sizes. The tils piny has received the approval of the Empress, s  FIRE  PROOF "tllBNED E������OP  PLASTER CAST IM SHEETS  OWN i  As a vermicide an excellent preparation Is Mother Graves Worm Ex ter-  mlnatot*. It. has saved the"* lives of  countless children.  )J  *z  *z^  wefte  ��������� jf  f  i^mm^mm^wmm  WO'&t  AllicH SoipuLlmlli-J. Mm.. Moi.trwli.  Tighten   Border  Defences  be  Ef        ICtf"*    '    '���������mm\mf%������t%mmTtmmZ.  ARC   CURAHLC.        U you iniWcir from Log      or  l J4i-,cf -     --���������  tot i-;;o fiiui t-.n  foreign rultrii^tf.-r.  <'i-\U:vy  i!0|idiu-ii  ���������il hy ;\  u u j ���������������.-1������  A������������bouot������lv  rn,_     _  i aau-ii t)(*oBc that tulI������ how- t  .���������0*0 Ulceus, 1 wm jaw-til you  K    it ������*opy -of my turn*  a In i  l.������������ rid ol t.littii_t  ���������it. I  tUtis  Hk   mm US &Wu_dSS! Em ttmi^SI Euriii  w.  i (r"������i  Arsjentlna  Com������d   Beef  Tw hirndit'd ilifmi'uriri". jiound-J of  \ r^o-iHrta-*- roi'iiud he������*r rt n -|i i-if In Van-  coiiviir for local dlnlrlbiiM'on on board  . j a. ������.a        ,/...      a ..(,  (.Ji:      Ma,l laJII������.l l.aa |'        ������ V   I   (al       I.   Ha.aaal,      a I ��������� <   a   iJ I I ., ,  Thi ri. Ih Uio firm dln-ot ;j������il|inionr id" Him  CMJininoilliy   I-- "v'ancoiivi'i*.  troubl������������ for all tlmo by ualritf my r*--  m*rkn-bl5 pMl.iir.nM t re "tlm-int. It I* flU*-  forenl frora anyitiln^ you ������������vor heard of,  *nd th<- r������������ult oi ov������r 86 youm m>nol-������ll������-  |n*.     Hlmiily ������i-n-J vmit namo B.ttd -a.ddr������*j  Kt-mf llth Btrmt, ICnnktL* City, M*X.  van* niw rnnNOH neMRtvv. nm  tRij.r.**-**f- pt���������J (K** BC������ fit *Km N *fy*m%M Wcs."*  ���������r������r.(. mi m m mtm. m t* 0*m, m m tmm. m ������* iwo.*������������������  M-. t tnr m.4l������.rC.\mrfh, M������,i for Blaotl m  nhtn r>l������*i-������������������, Wo, w r������r Glaronld W������������������cn-i������������i*ii  1.1   M..I.C   tfl������ K i t , (���������   >i    I ai 14.1 a   ,.-...   tt-ism  a.._..d l./ aa������.i.c  E*-_-.t_EC.M*'"C',!lia -CaJ.II _.������������! nti.cLtlJ.:J".V..}.I-C,nd".0  Runn Runnlnfl and" Smuggling to  Curbed at Border  Border defences against rum running anil other smuggling of contraband goods has been so lightened, during the last yean or so that tho spring  rush is-not -the success it formerly  whb. Promiscuous crossing of tlie  border with cargoes of liquor has been  forced In. give way 1o earn fully org-in-  Ized mm-rn tin I iig, largely ovvlnfc to the  fact Hum.' '"Ufctl.on������s and I mini]!; rat ton  ���������forces, tit'e eo-CHDi-alltiK. In nn effort to  darn the flow of c-nnadlnn liquor Into  the United Slak-H,  flood blood   lAW't  nverj'thlnK.      Tho  eltlliL t\f a King must be taught which  HL(<HIII    l������������   llltt),  Uso  MlnarcT'o  L'nlme-i-t In  tho atables  i Self -- Poisoning  JLncreasitigly  Cbmtaoti |  iModerm Living Habits Promote Self ** Poisoning��������� .  TKousa-nd.8 are Victims  tmmmmmmimmmmM*tmmmt  The average miinor woman docs not  enjoy consintcnt good health. sJ_.ohs.oF  appetite^ headaches, biliousness and a  lack of cnthusiaBin for cither work or  play are co'tistant complaints,    v  Scientists have Ascertained that such  a condition is usually caused by self-  poisoning 'resulting from constipation.  Due to modern living habits, the  " natural secretion which promotes regular elimination by uof ten ing the bowel  content.'*', ������*) oftr-n dcfirii-int���������r������pi-ciaHy  among middLc-agcd people. The poison  from waftto matter remaining iu the  system-- ol peoplo thus affected is the  insidious enemy'of good health.  Such people need Nujol. because  Nujol Boftcna' tho waste matter and  derail Is thoro ur1i nnd regular" bowel  elimination without overtaxing; the  iiituathul* muBclciu It hclpa Mature  help you.  iAar.f-; m>rm414rAv**Crri\n.\- (<(\V  Aa"f ijnl i O-rtfl V���������-  and "remerrtbcrpbolc   for" the   name  **Nujol" in red ou botji bottle label  wia la-aclcace..  $  -'/  4  i  ''3!  .a  ��������� U  I  t-j  W  -1  4  C1  -*   M  ���������A  '���������i  ���������y-i  *3  il  '���������1  ,1.11  '*<���������!_  AM  J  t  J'  Na'l  SI  ih  .1]  *���������)!  11  'Ul  "1)1  BSBS  ssBffiBaEgsasi  231  ������*|titiim'***a*iLWiiM**w_**a*>-H'^^  LEa_^aiiiaatai_Ml_^^ %  z/~  4- "-������.  'C  THE   REVIEW.   CRESTON,   B..  C.  ///  Tbiarists   In   Increasing Numbers  iXow IJoinmg I o W estern CJanada  \A.re 'Offered-"Many  Attractions  ~   . - *��������� - ���������       -  The mental pictureiof the Canadian  broken wheat������eld,.but because of the  west is a -vision splendid.      Were^an  constant passing to and fro, across the  onlooker fo view the scene from above   landscape    of    heavily-   laden    tarm  . Winnipeg/ the eastern gateway of the wagons and of a countless number ot  prairies, ������nd have his range of vision J motor vehicles''of ev^i-y description,  sufficiently extended* he would .'see [Automobiles are indeed.-everywhere,*  spr-eau ,put io the westward a vast, S toi* it is not inapt to say that the. west  gently rolling, xfertile plaifi, gradually ! appears' to have beenf created for- the  .risings';to_the"-"foothills -of  the- Roclry j automobile and ������he iutomobile, invent-  Mounta'insi  otv^r  nine  hundred   miles] ed-for the'west.      The-advantages ot  -way. ^,.On the^l'ght, the northern edgeJ  of the prairies-m-^rgfe's info .a transition  zone of mixed "prairie   and ^woodland,  commonls* ; called   the   park beit/ and  north of tfiis.yand- -stretching away indefinitely,- is. a belt^af forest.landiyinterspersed- with Stakes Va%cl ��������� 'wa"tea",\vays-  In the ^e^reme^sou-thweVtem J corner  near.. the"Ttpcide^appeiars-��������� a streteli of  ranching country. - yJfeil by. t-he^aneltr  ing" snows and glaciers of the Ilqeky  Mountains the majes_fcjc Saskajti^bew-kn.  drains, the whole plain;"and pours"its-  tawny "waters into the  inland  seajyoflin either^ direction foi\a mile he wi  "Lake Winnipeg to be thence discharge reach-another crossroad parallel to the  .-ed throueh-.fh-a NTfilso-n'Riy-er into Hud-r first,. "   He need not ask Questions. He  pimply starts his'car, maKps the neces-  savv   tlTI-ninsraa  a-rvrl -������-oo-r������l> aaa   Kits   ilocliraai-  this checkerboard road system, which  has done so much to assist in the rapid  development of the "country,*���������are* at  once appreciated by the visitor, for a  glance at a. map or a short run along  any "highway shows him that in whatever "direction he'desires to travel he  can do7" so as rreadily-'as he can take  his way about the streets of his own  home. townVa He-sees^that if he proceeds, ������say.west;,he -w|lt within a mile  come-* to a, road running north and  southland ffiat travelling on this" road  ill  -ed thrOugh:-fhTeyNelson Rl>er into Hudson Bay. ."' ^T-brbugh the- prairie belt  extend, three ^transcontinental "railway  lines. witfT innumerable*-branch-lines!  crisscrossing in every direotion 'and  Stretchin'g"cout into the north counfi;y.  The Tmbst striking leature ofthe  landscape "viewed from above * is "the  vast-checkerboard-.effect produced by  the system of surveys ..which . divides  the whole country into blocks one mile  square, by roadways running due east-  -west and north-south.     In these-prov-  ^ary turnings andyreacheg his desiina.  "^ioni., . It is almost .impo&sible Co lose  oneself.y  ,y. y"-The7tpi_H*ist has before him-^one of  rthXinost fascinating" lands "imaginablei  Whether.be desires .to travel by train  or steamboat, automobiles or canoe,  whether ^iis tastes incline to palatial  hotels, bungalow camps, or.,tents, he  will find ample satisfaction lor every  wish.       Hunting,  fishing and. visiting  Advantages   Of   Sweet   Clover  *, *    ������������������������������������  Seventeen      Reasons     -Snowing      tne  y Advantages of This Crop  (By   Jas.   D.   McGregor,   Glencamock  Stock-Farms, Brandon, Manitoba)  1. Sweet clover will grow on practically all soils in Western Canada.  ,-2. Is more easily started than alfalfa  or any 0other clover.  ' 3. Makes good pasture and hay.  - 4.- All kinds of stock soon learn to  like it. " .  5. Seeds heavily in all sections, and  seed"easily saved.  6. Feeding value equal to alfalfa;  better for pasture.  I-, Starts-early in spring.'grows all  summer and in late fall.  8. Does not���������-bloat cattle and- sheep  like alfalfa.' - -  9. A biennial legume���������fits __well in  rotation. " -  .   10. Roots are soft, easily inoculated,  decay rapidly..  11: As green manure will add snore*  plant food than any .other crop.      "   .  12. Wiii smother out neaiiy ail kinds  of w-eeds.   " - ���������   '  "33. Will prepare heavy wet alkali  land for other* crops.  14. An excellent -bee pasture, making  white honey. !��������� * -  ^15.   Will   grow  where  other   clovers  and alfalfa-will ^nbt:   (a) On low-*, wet,  alkkli land"...-?, (b^ On dry, stoSiy-; gumy  bo soils. ���������.?���������     *   -  ,7 "-  16. Alfalfa starts more^ easily than  sweet clover, as the sweet clover roots  are softer and more easily inocul&td..  17. Sweet clover is no longer an experiment. Grow it, use it. It is one  of God's  choicest gilts to  man.  Faith. In The Fufeure Of Canada  Supported 15y A. JbLeference To  Experience Of The XJiiiteci States  Cutworms -In  the  Garden /  Poisoned Bran  Is Recommended As A  Means of Control  Cutworms rank among the worst insect, pests of garden and field crops.  They are general feeders, attacking all  kinds   of   garden   plants,   particularly  "when'they are young and succulent-In  the early part of the season.'    As  a  rule, they cease to be troublesome af-"  ter the end of ^une.      A bulletin on  cutworms -and   their   control,  distrlb-  utesj free by the Publications Branch,  Department .of   Agriculture,   Ottawa,  gives detailed information _pn this,pe'st  and describes the means    of . control.  Poisoned bran is the best remedy tor  cutworms, and it should be applied as  soon as their presence is indicated. For  small gardens'" one-quart of bran; one  teaspoonful. of   Paris  green,  and  one  tablespoonful  of molasses; with sufil--' ments ed  -, It'is always interesting to read the  views of publicists in other countries  on economical conditions in onr own  and. particularly so when those views  are of an optimistic and encouraging  character. it is refreshing, therefore, to read in a United States con-  temgoi-ary. a statement of faith in the  future of Canada, supported by reference to experiences which The United  States^" itself underwent before it  reached Its present progressive and  happy economical "condition.  A member of the Canadian Parlia-  -tnent, writes the Detroit News, states  that "Canada is a vassal of the United  States," reporting him as saying, "We  are paying tribute to the United, States  to the extent of" 3350,000,000 every  year,-$200.000,������00 of1 which we pay in  imports and $150,000,000 on money,  borrowed,   on  which" the, News   com-  inces the Dominion of Canada has the | mining-camps are all easily'compass-  greatest continuous are,a in the works jed; should he be a canoeist   he    can  laid out in. astrondmffcal]^ based sud-  division surveys. .   -  Dealing with "the territory by and  large: the prairie is the great wheat  producer;   the prairies    and    foothilJs  dronyhis craft into the Saskatchewan-  or the Assiniboiue and paddle over old  fur-trader routes even tb Hudson Biy;  or if he sekes* a new thrill he_^ can  travel in commodious modern steam-  contain about 15 ..per cent, of the I era, down the Mackenzie River sys-  world's coal reserves; the 'southwest: tern -to the land1 of the-midniglit sui:  corner  is  the   ranching   country;   tne .and the Arctic Ocean. -     *  forest belt north of the park lands is      Where every section has its tourist  Saskatchewan Butter  areas it is possible to mention only  few.-     In  the_j3ast    there    are  :.thps<  the chief seat of the lumbering industry, and.tlie home of the fur-bearer^;  the Laurentian range across the nortn-  east is now the scene of metalliferous-  mining development; and from tne north is the rugged forest country, full  great rivei-s and Iakes'come the while- pf big lakes and rivers, the Mecca "of  fish and. sturgeon "Which supply the the hunter and fisherman; the Sas-  tables of half the continent. i katchewan valley is .shared by., all the  The prairies, which in fifty years provinces; the Tamous Qu'Appelle val'  have advanced "from A Great Lorn?'ley is in th'e centra; an'd along the  I_and to be the empire's granary, western edge are the Rocky Mountains  wherein the production of all kinds oi 'and foothills. . -On this slope of the  grain has attained to the total of al- 1 Rockies are theiargest of Canada's n-i-  most one thousand'million bushels pertional parks, Jasper Park in the norm,  3'earl" are  naturally  the  centre  of In- Banff Park in the ceulre, and Water-  terest.     In this area which has a pop-.ton Lakes7Park in the extreme sout:i  ...       *��������� - ........   ~.     _    . "���������  ... .        . ..-   .  Interest, in Dairying Increasing With  Farmers Throughout the Province  AViih interest in dairying increasing  among farmers all over Saskatchewan,  creamery butter production in the  province during April totalled over  1,050,000 pounds.7 This,is an increase  of 325^487 pounds, or a little better  ���������than 45 per cent, over the output a  year ago. * '  In the first four months of,this year  production totalled 3,418,000 pounds, or  in increase of 28.9 per cent. Over the  cient w-ater to' moisten the mixture, is  sufficient. vWheii large quantities-are  needed use 20 pounds.xif bran, y2 pound  Paris green,-1- quart of molasses and  2: to 3 gallons of water. Mix the bran  and Paris green thoroughly while dry,  dissolve the molasses in the water and  pour it on the mixture,' stirring well.  The cutworms hide in the soil during the day and come out to feed at  night, therefore, the mixture should be  applied immediately after sundown to  get the best results. - In gardens or  fields containing rows of vegetables, it  should be scattered thinly along the  rows on either sideT Flowering  plants may be protected by placing "a,  small quantity of the poisoned brair  around, but not touching each plant.  is follows;  Many Prizes For  Alberta   Corn  Show  about the  three big lakes,  Winnipeg,*������ output     during     the     correspondence  ,Manitoba* and "Wiunipegosis;" in. the  illation of over two millions-are located the capitals of the ttn;ee provinces  and otl^er .centieS cl distribution -and  manufacturing, ihe rapid rise of which  has been the "romance -of the pas*,  .twenty-five', years.'.  ''���������'���������rJJKe' attention of the tfnlook-er is  drawn to the all-embracing^'oad system, not' by a sight ofthe roads themselves, for they are^ tor the- most part,  ������o hidden by the taiT* verdure that;the  whole-"country appeal's, to be  an- iin-  All these recreation centres have their  appeal and not least these mighty  mountains, with their forest-lined valleys, their upland gardens, their glaciers and snow "fields, and iheir uncounted peaks, many of-whose summits have- never yeT. been*-scaled by  man and which invite'conquest by the  energetic and -the adventurous.  Married men  fire nearly-   all ��������� great  inventors���������of excuses. .  period laet year.  Four new - creameries have been  opened in ihe, province-this year ami  five additional   plants  are  now under  way. J"*~" ^~  - insects Waif  For Weather  Scientists Say Moth Car) ^ Pos-tpone  Birthday For Yfears  Observations made by a Britisii  scientist have led to the belief that if  the weather is bad the small egg moth  can postpone its own birthday for  days, months or years. The cocoon  of this type is ordinarily due to open  in Feliruary but ifT^ie"weather is in  Will Be -Hel-d This Year At Medicine  Hat  The. provincial corn show for Alberta is to be held this year at Medicine Hat under the auspices of the Alberta Corn Growers' Association. ..The  directors are working out ,a prize list  which will include classes for the fol-  ��������� _^  lowing types of" corn���������yellow 'and  white flints, yellow -and white dents,  northwestern- dent, sweet corn and  popcorn. There will also be classes  for sheaves." In addition to cash  prizes the directors hope to be able to  secure several trophies as championship awards.  Vancouver Seeds In England  -When many of the gardens ih England, come into bloom this year, millions Of flowers from Canadian seed.3  will bloom airong - the plants of the  clement the birth is/ usually postponed j Old Land; for England is turning to  sometimes for twelve months.;'' Moths the warm climate and rich soil of 'Van-  have been known to emerge success- couver Island for "its supply of choic-  fuliy* alter yeing    imprisoned    eleven  est seeds. 7  year's.7 ������������������ ���������'''-.''- J. y-.y .--" y������������������ ������������������'   ���������-^������������������   , y'- -.---"     j    Seven women now hold flying cer-  The bashful  lover i.s always  In hot.  tificates    from    the    Royal Aero Club  water when trying to break the ice.      of Great Britain.  "If that constitutes vassalage, then*"  the United States was the vassal of  the rest of the world, chiefly Europe^  for almost 100 years; for" it^ was not  until about; 1880 that our exports be-- ""  gan regulaiiy to exceed our imports in  value, and it was considerably after  that date that we ceased to pay Eur-"  ope huge dividends on borrowed capital.  ''If Canada'is spending $200,000,000  a, year for American goods, it is a sign "  that somehow or other she is making  the money to pay for them. She Is .._  farming, manufacturing, exporting,  creating wealth; andP part of this  wealth she exchanges., for Aineiica;*  products. Why does she buy these  goods? Because she is not self-sulli-  cient*. Would"she gain by making  these goods for herself Not unless  she could make them more cheaply  tlian she can buy them.  "If "Canada is spending $150,000,000  a year for money borrowed, from the  United k States, she is pursuing the  same course we followed while we had  immense undeveloped resources and  small accumulations of--capital. We  borrowed* money where we could get  it, and paid high interest on it; but we  put that money to very good use., ir  Canada is doing the- same with the  capital _ she - has borrowed from the  United-States, "she is following a successful example. - She should be  thankful, for by putting that manej- to  productive work she will one "tray-  emerge from* the state of 'vassalage*  that seems to worry {he worthy piem-  ber of parliament.  "One has but to "cast an eye over  the map of Canada���������a vast Jerrit-ory  with extraordinary possibilities���������and  think of what tho people pf the Unite'-" ^  States did to the 'Great American  DeserV to see that any Canadian who  Is pessimistic about his country is���������  well, to say the best, he is short oP  vision." - ���������      "*-  Sunflowers For Silage  The    Effect    of    Sunflowers    on    the  Following Cropt  Sun-flowers    have   gained   considerable < promise, as a silage crop, during  lhe last-few   years,  owing   largely  to  j their hardiness  which" allows them a  I longer growing season than corn am!  ��������� makes them a more certain crcip. They  require  less   moisture  than, corn  and  make a good .substitute for h   in  districts in which the summer -wiison Is  comparatively  short,   ihe  nights   cool  and ihe precipitation  scanty.      Then-  has been sorne doubt.,, however, as ro  the   effect  or  sunflowers   on   tbe  succeeding crop;K.as little was  known  or  iheir    plant    food    requirements.      lut  order to determine their effect on the  following crop nn experiment was conducted tit the Rostbern. SaskntchewSi;:,  experimental tua'ion.      Corn ami  turnips   were,  used   lor  comptiri.-von.      in  the    two    years    of    ilu*    experiim'u't,  wheat and  barley,   following . turnip.*-.  show-vd  somewhat   higher yields. Ihnn  when  ihey  lull owed  sunlloweis.       "1'tie  differeuce     was     considerably     more  striking ' when    corn   ��������� wa.*- uwed,   l*i.<>  bushels oi   wheal   being  prut'-MOi'd   follow tag   thai   crop  compared   with   I I.S  bUHlu-Ls inlohvifl). s-tiwtlower---.      Am tlm  experiment has lasted only two y-ejiif-,  no definite conclusion  rrk.i   bo  dnnvn,  but ii would .>eern that .sunflowers :ire  more exhaiis-ting to the hoil tliun either  corn or rooiH.  Map of n  portion of ������he three, Pralrh- Pr-ovlnees  showing   the  net  work   of ninin   motor   hlglnvnys   mid   railways which .covers this area.  vv  V  1-fiSft N  v  THE; CBESTON  REVIEW  THE CRESTON REVIEW  -s   Issued every Fridjay at Oreston:? -JEKC.  7=viibscriptibn-- S2."fK)aye&r in advance*  $3,00 toUS. points. ���������*. ���������  C7P, Hates, Editor and Owner,  . .- .-;���������," -*    '      ''L-'      ."'"''.' . "   /*"  CRESTON. B.G., FRIDAY, JUt.Tr: 16  Another Federal Election  Canadian 'government affairs are  again under the management of  the Conservative party, with Ht.  Hon. Arthur Meighen as premier,  and announcement due this week  as to who will constitute the  cabinet.  .  The change from King to  Meighen came in dramatic fashion.  On June 2}3th, Premier Iting asked  the governor general for authority  to dissolve -parliament and bring on  -a general election to end a situation  that had developed from bad to  worse in the" administration of  Dominion affairs.  The     governor-general     refused  Premier   King  a  dissolution,   pre  snmably   on   the   assumption   that  the then premier did not command  ��������� majority   support    in   the   house,  although the King government had  never b������eh   defeated   oh -a division.  Premier King  resigned, and   then  ex Premier     Meighen    was   called  upon to   form   a cabinet, which he  did���������in a sort of a way.  -  On    July     1st     Mr.    Meighen's  'shadow' government was defeated  on a vote On a motion that - stated  that whereas the Meighen cabinet  had   taken  office   contrary   to   the  Canadian   constitution   ihey  were  not entitled to handle public funds.  - .   Premier Meighen at  piice asked  for a dissolution  of   the house, was  given   it   hy the  governor-general  and   it   is  expected   the������necessary  general  election  will   be   held   in  September.  Without any detail the foregoing  are the important events that  brought on the preset election and  it is well that these incidents be not  overlooked because, at this distance,  it looks as if the governor-general's  otor Boat for Hire  foi  Fishing Parties     ^  Camping Parties  to any point on the Lake  CHARGES MODERATE.  Mail find Supplies delivered if -  desired.  WRITE or PHONE  SAMBYSOUTH  Kuskanook Sirdar P. O.  LAUNCH  FOR SALE  For Sale���������That good ship. ������������������Royal,"  swinging at anchor at Kuskanook.  ideal for tourist service, cati curry 2-5  passengers if necessary, 40 h.p. engine,  dual ignition, Pullman berths, hot  cold water.-kitchenette, lavatory,  toilet, and all anchors and ground  tackle. Couldn't be built for .$4000-00.  Tet"*rn8 to reliable person. AHHLEY  COOPER, Trail, B.C,  refusal to give Mr. King (who had  never   been defeated) a dissolution,  and within 48  hours   to  give Mr.  Meighen (who had suffered defeat)  the right to call an election, will be  a  considerable factor  in  the earn  paigu, and   a  factor   fraught with  consequences that it would-be weill  to have absenfin a campaign where  tl e chief effort  is  to restore stable  government.       .. ,  In   connection with   this feature  both sides can pit e precedents with  out   number    to    show   that; the  governor-general acted according to  constitution and vice ver3a, but on  the face of it  it  must be admitted  that the affair smacks of favoritism  and both the Progressive, and Liberal   leaders   are   capitalizing   the  incident in   the  manifestos and interviews they are   giving  out from  tfaie i6   time���������some   of. the fbrmer  party    being  most     out������pokep\ in  stating ' the     unfairness    of     his]  1 excellency's action.  Just at present the weather is  too hot, and most people are too  busy, to permit of. a local situation I  disclosing itself, but it looks .safe to  predics that when polling . day  comes around the West Kootenay  electorate will have opportunity to  choose between at least candidates  carrying the .Liberal and Conservative banners.  Never since  the   riding was created have the Liberals had a chance  to do battle' under ordinary condi  tions.    In 1917 the~introduction of  the   Unionist     idea   crippled    the  Diberal  candidate,   whilst in   1921  they were  let down badly-*by their  first choice candidate.Dr. Hamilton,  who   muddled   along   and   finally  retired a few days   before  nomina  tion, and   had  it hot been for the  Sameness  of   R.   B. .Staples   who  stepped into the   breach, the Liberals would have had no name to pu.  their  X   after  in  December, 1921.  In 1925 the  Liberals w"ere unof&ci  ally  behind  L. W, Huritphrey, the  def ated Farmer Labor nominee..  In Creston there is much enthu-  asin in the Liberal ranks, and  reports from other quarters are all  to the effect that a fight -must hern ade, and already, thej^james of a  couple of likely looking standard  bearers are meii tioned. ~ "  ������������ _ _  u an   j._:_^j  Uliunnuacu  __.* *��������� a-aTI-.  ,^**aaaav/&>  the    fish  must  returned to  the  uninjured.  *'In handling  ms.de  immediately  b*a  water alive and  :  undersized fish,  care must be, taken to see^ that  the hands are wet, otherwise the  fish will probably not survive.  '"No trout weighing under three-  pounds' egg* be' bought, sold or  exposed for sale in "British Columbia. This regulation does not  apply to the Dolly* Varden var  iety, known generally as char.  "In computing the'daily catch-  on e day - means from sunrise  to  sunset, and   iiot  from   a   certain  - hour one day .to   the same  hour  the^ext day.  "The  annual   angler's   permit  ^ fee f^r non-residents is $10,  nonresidents'    meaning  any   person  domiciled in British Columbia for  a period of less than six month."  Fishermen are reminded that the  Summit Creek   does not  1 open until July-Jlst������ and that Hod  and Gun" Club^members are keep:  ing strict watch on the stream to  see the  opening date  is respected.  SBVERMSftEHT UQim m  Notice of Application for Beer  License -,    - - s r  Lejal 0 range Lodge, Nor 2095  MeetsTHIJti> THURSDAY ot ~  each   month    at   -Mercantile  -Hall." Visiting brethren cordi-    .���������-.  :"ally invited? -, *>    _  .    .W.H.CRAWFOKU, W,Mi  Notice is hereby givenrthat Oa or sfte? the  -20th -day or August, 19267- tbe undersigned intend-to apply to (he Liquor Control Board for a  license In reapeect of premises to be-known as  KuskanqoTc Beer Parlor, ���������situated-.ori' Lots 18  and 19,'BlocK 883, Kuskanook, Kootenay District. -Kelson laud Registration ~ District,  in the Province df. British Columbia, tor  ���������the sale of beer by the glass or by open bottle  for consumption on the premises.       ���������>  Dated this 15th day of July, 1020. :  SAMBYSOUTH. Applicant.  & Theatre    FH������ OOli) ������"���������# ���������������**f7f.y -  seasqn on  form No. ia.  (Seojion 39)  LAND AGT  NOTICE OF INTF.HTIOM TO APPLY TQ  ' - PURCHASE &HDS  In IiandBetJordingDistiictof Kootenay, Group  *. One, and situated in the vicinity of Kitch*  .    ener, B.C> ���������  TA-KE -NOTICE that WILIjIAM LEE  HATHAWAY, of 310 Sansome" Street, San  Francisco, California, U.S.A., Manager, intends  to apply for permission to purchase the following describee*, lands:  Commencing at' a post planted at the  intersection of the westerly boundary of  Sub-Lot 14 of -Lot 4592 with the northerly  boundarv of Sub-Lot 13 of Lot 4592 in Group  1, Kootenay District, thence north 20 chains  more .or less to the north-west corner of  Parcel 3 Hathaway land; thence west 100  chains more or less to a'post marked 10.  Sub-Lot 13  of Lot 4592;   thence  south 20  Fishing Regulations  Now that the trout fishing season-  is under way in such auspicious  fashion-may, be a good time, for  anglers to read, mark, learn and*,  inwardly digest the regulations  governing fishing as given out by  C. H. Robinson, fishery inspector  for the Kootenays, as follows:  "In angling or trolling, wo  person is permitted to use more  than one rod with one line  attached thereto, or more than  one line held in the hawds.  "The daily catch limit remains  at 25 fish per day, including all  species of trout. No trout of any  kind under eight inches in length  ean be taken from the water, and  chains more or less to a post marked 9, Sub-  Lot 13 of Lot 4692; thence east alonj_* the  nortnerly limit of said Sub-Lot 13 for 100  chains more or less to the point of commencement, and-containing WO acres more  or less.  "WILLIAM LEE HATHAWAY.  Dated 5th June, 132a.  Shoos Motto  foOritor  New Stock of  Harness  Second Hand Store in  connection   ���������  -      "���������*-*".". a        '  ' ' ''  Am MiratoeiH  Sho* and Harness Repairing  i  IV R@aV L������v@  ���������full of {unmi angles,  threads  tWowgK *Yus  Great Comedy  TWfc V������Hs a new note  and tarns traged-j into  nUartous^ laughter.  Charlie  CVtajpVm  Never was funnier,kw  antics *more laughable  RU  tt Dramatic Comedy  ^Written andlDirected inf  Charlie Chaplin  1 ���������  '  J  .- <  r  BB  The "foltewirii  .the*  ���������   ���������";'''.���������-"���������      "J'-ii ,' "".'': ������������������      ;-". ��������� >   ';','���������'-'���������'.      .."t"v.    '.    . -^^-      '"V ��������� '  Prices "Vvill Pfc^^iI ^: -tor  IT   WILL   PAY   YOU   TO   LOOK  CAREFULLY   OVER   THIS   LIST:  f  agjjj|8_S32>-53  Prices Paid to Date  i  I  Strawberries  June 1 to 6 .���������  .$4.00  June 6 to 12 ~  3.00  June 12 la 15-  2.75  June 15 to July 10  3,00  Black Currants  Juty lit. to 10th-   Rhubarb  April 18th to 23rd.���������  April 23 m PmW 10.-.   $2 50  -le lb-  ZjUi lb.  Raspberries  June 25 to July 1 .....-....$3.00  July 1st to 3rd  2.75  July 3rd to 11th  2.50-  Cherries ,  Bir gs .-. $2,50  Royal Annes  1.00  Bour -  1.25  Gooseberries  Juno 10 to July 10 $1 50  FLOUR  Royal Household, 98 lb  -'"���������'���������������������������������������������' 49     .  " 24-    .  Ogilvie's> Famous, 98  49  Ogilvie Rolled Oats,   8  20  40  <<  lb ,  $5.25  2.75  1.50  4.75  2.50  50  1.10  2.00  BRAN, 100 lbs v,     1.50  SHORTS, 100 lbs  ...   1.60  Tomatoes, 3 for ?.       .50  Corn, each 20  Peas, each  -......., ..>.........;     .20  .4  MILK, Hotel ....,             .30  Tall  Family...,.  Reindeer  Ba%, 3 fbr...:- .v- -      -25  .55  ;i5  12*  .25  SYJ&UP, Rogers, 5 lb,:  '���������<.,. 7-   ;     Rogers^ lOylb  Corn, 5 lbs  .. 1.05  ::...; .55  Corn, 10 lbs  1.05  COFFEE, Nabob, 1 tb 75  -';              Tuxedo, lib  .75  RAISINS, 4 ibs , .75  JELH.O, Premium pkg .'..".. .30  m  REMEMBER we pay TOP CASH PRICK AT TIME  OF DELIVERY for all linen ot Fruit.    Tolophono  iifl what you have and we will quote you our price.  Creston MM Company  ALF. NELHON, Manager, Phono ua.   -  These Prices are Nett for Gash  WE MEET ALL COMPETITION ON  SUGAR  COMPANY  LIMITED  M> I WM -JL  ~' *\mgube^mLi*r,it : :__. :  *r_.-_> tna������__t________a___iriia iSS   _S_?a*e_*  _g-PURE Be-Jt^ U^^g^^^/PlUirlte, gstews^g  -s  .  ;2*!________  ^tiulyzB^d  1=1. k  tob ggysTOH ysyasw  X  ��������� -������.  7 >,  BravelyLimited*  ^7th������������Be_ei^ by tbe XJq-tiOT ;f:;  *C^aslt-Jd^Dsas4|isf B.CLfs^.iheVan- e^  ea^v^ ^^e^m^TlAsa^teA^ Rarfnier Birew- .;'  'in^*"^pB^?%������-u-������San^fta^rx^sckltafced^ Westffl-Jnater -������7 .  Co. limited -and tii* Silver Spiring  [soar������'^^ii_^|������������xs;Qf'"<*v  ilw: Afflt^tsuE^ *������*.-?_  sale -at Gbvernmcttt Liquor Storss and Uto  t^eni'^'Beer .^jMiiKp* .baya4"**eea and win  rfs': stm^^mmetl;!.rma tli^e to $im^ by m^t*^^  miyeKpcsirt flrms_^^ continent for th*B  pi^e^tion. -of the ptiblie.  off these various an*sl-  yS^ inMigatad  by erier o������  ih������   ..  im^-7"-d^tx^^rB������i������d   sIiowb tfeat tlie  ar*i^rfect, ilie iast9-fi^r-aesmSe and _'  y. . z^^tc^rnkfUtlj^om^: and. etsn^' -.. _  fflf? wefl. -^-a *^i������^  4*25 per cent, ^nd the"extomet ^9'per  :^mtm with on  orfgtoal j?ia."^y of ~ab������-at  C&at the Beers see of good qiia^ty������whol-e-'  B      Aac*S_,.^[  3*~ULA*A  ���������_. :  ������9^-a������^_#4.-a*.������ M  *   VBi������VU������W  Mris.1 H. Oanisady ana family, who  .have been livens at Moyie for tbe post  sis months, have returned to Crrstcn  and are-occupying the residence" of the  late Fred .Little on"Fourth Street.  The twelfth of -July has got in class  with Chautauqua as a rain^producer.  This se������tion was favored witlva couple  of ^atiBfnctoryehowers Monday after-  n-Wivande^ly Tuesday morning.   -"-  _       -      c  - The peak ofytfte raspberry season is  past.   The cr&p this year -will be as  has had pirevipus experis_aoss.ts*l cesses |  weii * recommended,   SaWy   wiii   ce  9160& same'as that paid "Miss. Sham*-  oft. "    "  Omjsw Bob Sauf���������Barrel churn,  E!sit������i4-le 4dv one or two cows. "*S*>.  Victor t^arr Creston.  Creaton Valley Conservative Association executive had a short session im  Monday sight Co make preliminary  arrangements for-the coming federal  campaign, and named President  Mallandaine-and Secretary Ji*-W.^  .Hamilton. yas representatives at^H  meeting of tbe West Kootenay executive, at "Nelson on July 16th.  . swbpssssf,  i  \  a &������o������y,_B<ise-?'^rfth janeh iMcd&Hjcfving  _jp.,{   -qualities it -rociujres a skilled brewn-^ster ������^d  up-to>date hypSeniocjaant; such as. maintained  "Jar -the above menUooiea %a-������c������i*ss.,, xeesa g������5a������t3^  fl^e fspen Jfor In^Mft&Mtiv aad) vistas of the pu!^p^a---s"  '^."ay- soiieitod.    Oisl^ythe, b������^ ^mates-Jala oMal&.  able -8S-B5"������iood:l*-i the i*i������fflurWtti-*e of the Beers.  \ 1-*        -.���������*-*���������- .   . ,  ���������nr-iaE BTewina capaett; of Uae above Brow-a-d**-*,  A      nse-fflbers* of the* Aaaale^maated Breweries ,ef  B. ������-, la about e3irht times asrlarge as the present'  Otrtput^ whieh - flives best assurance to "the poMie  Of- -wcelvln^.. only   folly    toatured   and   propeaiy  a������ed SSscrs far^asany" -fears to ebme. .  G^._ fl.   Flemings   who - has "been-Jn  ch^.rgei of (Srestdn hij^h school for^the  F-*-"" _ *������������������������������ vi-wh  ���������������������������-��������� 3*r������������.-  ���������������������  w- na co^-rge oi tsresxnn nign scnooi. ^tor ine.  large&s the.Valley has ever harvested, tjj-ast two  years, haa resigned to/be^'  running *co-_ anouo wwu cra"ces������*>^andt  prwses will be Up to the usual big-season* average.^_   - -;_'"-   ",**-  A brand new six-foot walk bas jnst  been put down on Fourth Street from  iibe old Speers*- store- c6rner to %he  Ding laundry- building, and certainty  makes the traveliing very much . more  comfortable." >        -  , were out  j*\  a������  come, assistant to the trigii school  principal at Crambropk, at an advj&tic-  "edy salary. *V(������ith the principal's  resignation the trustees are now faced  with getting a entirley new. staff:; a^  Miss Shannon .resigned some -wteeks  'ago. r       * ': "' *:"  ws. tsecR  PURB BEE������I  Nelson . Protective Association  \m%  ISOO CLUSl  advant-  now.  *Tf-%HB COSTlSSMAIilj AND THE BKNSFTC IS liAJRQE,   Why not" take ad  I   -. a*se ^f thia oppoctunity t(S" help tttio-������e who look, to you for protectaon!  Join  ENTRANCE FSB $7.00, ^   ^AGELIMITSS YBA&S.  Peritw of ritker vex eligible.       AfipUwat &ya ik* deele?*s fee.  For*E^-S*partS-������al6ra*wrfba .       v_  iff. J STEEL, Seerstaty, Bos JS8* NELSON. B.C.  mmm  LSfUt  gnu  iwooaivuin  "77itf Universal Wallboard "  It's Easy to Put Up!  , ���������* i  So -much thinking has been done for you before you get  it that Lamatco goes - up and fits like a iBglove ! Six  standard "widths and" two standard lengths eliminate  cutting and waste. Our desoriptive pamphlet will tell  you how to do thin.  For natural gr^in panelling use Lamatco Finishea and  get perf���������������t'ireaulte.  A '7/ .y.y '*o... ..; :*--yy fte Solo By .."���������'  C. A,jkOBmSON,Can^n  Sfjanufaoturodliy  LAmN^T^ CO.. Lta*.  :   New Westminster, B.Cz >  *'���������  Announcement  Hcca  agajj  335  I  am still  in a  position   to   sell you any car  you  ..-iwfat'^-.-ai; ���������''ajMM(W0-^-'i^irAMr-;":*^flw��������� the dealer inA,suck:A  make  can,   and  wilt  give you   the' same  reliable service to   the car of your choice*  ��������� ���������        "��������� '    '        : ] :  ��������� ���������-,   ;   -'.  '      y   -';   7       ���������       Z  . ���������. ���������������  REMEMBER, I STILL HANDLE WORD CARS  along with   all other  lines,   and  Parts   U  - repair any car I sell.  fmimS m) tl   - WMH.   . tt      MNBk M  CRESTON  ���������a-1*:  The charivari squad , were out on  BViday-JMid, Saturday-" nights for, the  time-honored serenade of tlie newl'y-  -^eds, M.v. %ipd Mrs. John' Cooper, .but  the financial returns were, considerably below expectatiojna.- -  Andy Wickholm of Kitchener was a  business visitor-here on-Thursday last  and 'made' the purchase oft a 1926  jOhevrblet at "the Premier garaged quaking a totaL of eight new cars dioposed  of by the firm this season. - ~  SasKanook is beginning to deserve  its summer "*" title of Ci-eston-on-the^  take "Within the'week- sites'-have  been cleared and tents put up for  summer ��������� outings   there*" by    Messrs.  Hare, McE-aren and Speers.    .   ,    *        .j  J. O. Oummings, a Cranbrook civil  engineer,- with a cr&w of "about six  men, started'-wook this week on tbe  survey of the Indian lands located on  Kootenay "'Flats. ^They have a cook  j with them ^ and are camped On the  work.  Mr. and Mrs. Mclntyre and family.  DruDahelleri. Alberta, reached Creston  by motor on-Sunday, and are to make  their home at Creston for the nest  few months, having leased the residence of O, B.-G?a2a.nd ob: Grandvi^w  Heights. :  * The last lawn social of the season is  that'of Friday, 16tb. afc.Trinity United  Church parsonage grounds,.commencing .At 5 .o'clock. There' will be ice  cream, raspberries and creams-tea "ind  light lunch., as welt as a sab* of home  cooking. ;"* "    ������������������*     *   r *x  'Thursday,* July 29ti, has-been juamed"  for a convention x>f West Kootenay  "Liberals io select a "-standard bearer  for the forthcoming {federal -election.  Creston Liberals are meeting in a' few  days to select delegates to- attend the  convention.  Creston public librarVis expecting a  b"g supply of new,books from Victoria  before the end of the month. Now is  a good time to join and .take advantage of this splendid supply of reading.  .$1 will-pay your membership till the  end of .December, 1020.  The Rod and Gun Olubrs miniature  rifle range on fthe club lot on Barton  Avenue was offically* opened on Tuesday night, when CommiRaioner Geo.  Johnson fired the opening shot at a  practice shoot attended by half a  dozen of the club members.  According to the horticultural department centrus there are 37 acres  planted to tomatoes in the^Oreston  ���������district this year, along with an acre  in cabbage" arid another* y it^cro of  cucumberSr Lnst year the tomato  area was pub down at 25 acres.  Oreston En experieneclng the hottest  July in its- history, Following a  couple of 100 in the shade touches oh  the 4th and 6th, the mercury *went it  ono better on ^tturday, *t������tht when 101  In the shade was reuorded on the  official, thermometor at t>r. ilondcr-  QO"b*a,   ;   ';"''.' y*::;;"   ���������'  y* ".  Village clerk Taylor hud n miWant-  lal depoalb to, make ,at the hank . on,  Tuesday,, having on Monday rccefv-*  ed  a  government   cheque  for ,'l*l4l8,  ..JwingS Ofl'-cpll.pn^p .bh-aye'.yojf'. the-',1029-  provincial. inrn^or lirennea. Tbl������. mwi-,  ount is earmarked for, htghway^ini-.  -provementa. Z'7 - /    "k \  Tlie diversion on the transprbvEnolal  highway ut Arrow "TVi-ek, which his  ^loerf under construction for the past  -ton "weeks, yi\\\,".be.-'-.completed, and  ready-for thf������ tourist. - traffic by the'  end*- of    this  weifk.   ���������Tl'i^-    finishing  touches tb the, -way of gftra-vclllng;, are  atre';belln-|- put ���������on'now*,;'-'"-;y'  "-;' ������������������i**i������'''i_i-ew n������ittjHoNbl' ^;liJMIl������nu^v^^Kaaa mat no  ^linfte In *EHlrt|C *faidanisiee: "I"f������ -the" high '<  Bchool te������chln^\*������lvii'ffi''' hfvln������',"eecui������cd'  MIrs P3oroncc Cowling. B.A., of Van-  .    #',...,     ....^-.-."t^rt--. .-..������>������     ........... ������,'.;. , m  C."-HV"..������������    m-4J.      .aua^w.u*'au.i._|a������      |V4.Juw..aa._a  - Provincial. police H. McLaren" in-  foams ua that the supply of tags to be  worn by dogs outside the municipality  have Inst arrive^ aind requests dog  owners to-come in at once and secure  *he necessary license -sshlch oost $1  for males and $2 for females. Adorned with these out of town dogs will  not be interfered with by the village  dog catcher."   "  The temffic heat, that prevailed y-on  Sunday Icept down-the-attendance at  the .Orange church service- at Chrsit  Church ,on JS^unday evening. - About  35i isiegnbet^ of the L.O,"U_a"n'l 7L.O.B.  A. "were out' along*.with the usual  congregation that" filled the Church  to capacity. .. Bev, ������}. Newby delivered  a timeSy address on the topic, **The  Sacrednes of Tcleration.*"  - Creston Indians were the big winners ivC the horse racing- that featured  the celebration at Bonners Ferry on  July ,4th*v Andrew" Paul's, Schoolboy  captured - two firsts and a second.  Irlay Xmuie's Idaho Boy took ^a first  "and second, and Skinny's Nellie E3.  annexed a first -and third. David  Luke got a second with Alice "Buckskin, and -Joseph a third with Silver  Queen. " ,  Creston was on the main line of the  C.P.R. on Thursday and FHday last]  when, due to a washout east of Revel-]  stoke,  all" the ,niam   line   passenger,  traffic" was-    rotated over   tbe    Crow  both  east, ard  west, a total ot  ten  trains going through here.   The washout waa. a  serious   one for the fruit  shippers as during  the3, holdup    in  traffic sixteen cai-aof raspberries and  cherriesstacked up -at Bevelstoke and  assoo-a as the* line was opened these  .wove made   into   a special   train and  sent on to Calgary. Where all of it had  to be sold due tb-its being- in too   poor  shape to go further east*  ^''Vacaaft uareaOTV<jdU - survoyad-  Crown lan-ls. nsay-. be .^re-empted by  .^rltfiah eubSector over-18 ir-ears of aee.  and_liy eUeaa^on. dedarlns intantton  u> become * British "subjects, condJ-  aoniBLt ^������pos^ 'reafdence, joecapatlon,  .u������a - i-nprovement^ for aaricaltnra! "  parpos-js.- *��������� ...  . Fuji ia������cxrmaxiDn -eoncemixiK regu.-  --.tione ' regfardlsifE prsnemptfona is  ���������Klvea is Bulletin No. 1, Xand Series,  -How to Fre-rw-opt XAnd," coptea^of  wfalctt can be obtafn-fd free of cbargje  by addi-esadiv/'ih-o' jDaparb-nent cf  ���������mjaxmOa, Victoria; B.C^ or to any <3ov-  eiiusietit Agent ~   '  .  ^itec^rda .wjll be sranted. coverin*-.  ^rinijr land suitable, _t_pr aericuitsirai  t-urpose-i. cucid^whldb Ss not tSmber-  ^uad. Ltb, ^ars-ylna: ovear^ 5.000 "boart  -toetper acre waaa^fttie Coast Baiac*  and 8.000 -feet per acre east of that  Ranse.      ^ __ \,- y   '  "   A^pllcaUons iter pre^onptlona aro -:  to^be;,aa4ress������d to;tb������_r-X<an*lrCom-  roissAimss of-the i-esd -Becordlns- Di-  -rislosi. tu which the land applied for  is situated, and ar* maOa en. prtatad***  ZormtL -copies of which can b8 obtained from the'Xjaad Commlaslonar.  .Pre-emptlona -a-tust be occupied for  fJnra" -roars and anpicov.a_DaentB s-oads^ <  to value-of #10 per acre, including  cleatine.and oultlvattee at leaat five "  acres, before* a Crown .Grant can be  .receive^' v  AFor m-enro aatallcd information, see  "'the- Bulletin' -"How to Prerempt  -"Load.** ���������"-*"-- 7 -  ������'      PURCHASE ffii  Appllca-ttoofl are^irec^ved for pur  chase, .of _ vacant aad unreservec  drown landa^ not -being- .timberlaij.fi,  for agrlcsilturaJ purposes; minimum  price of flrst-elass Carable) land la $15  pee acre,-*ud -second-class (graalnfic)  land $2.50 per acre. Further information rej^ardlngr purchase or lease  of Crown lands Is given in Bulletin  ."So. 10.--X.and^Series, "Purchase and.  X������ase of Crown I*ands."* *~  - Mill, factory, or industrial sl-tes on  timber "la-ad, not-exc-eiedlnff 40 acres,  mar be purchased or leased, tbe conditions.- 'including payment ol  stumpase,. -v.  MOSSE3ITE LEASES  y Unsurveyed CToaa,'not exosedtog: 20  acres,- may be leased -aa hom-eBit.es,  conditional upon a dwelling b-eln-*..*  erected in the,, first year, title being  obtainable after residence and improvement conditions are fulfilled  and land baa .been surveyed.  ] "LEASES *  FOr srasing and industrial " purposes efeaa not ex.ceedins' 640 acr^a  may be leased by one person or -a  company.  GRAZING  -Under the Qraadngr Act tbe>-Provisos .Ss ���������flivlded into sn*a*dnff districts  and tha range administered under i  Gi-astBg* Commisaloner^ Anxtuaf  f-rasing permits aro issued "based on  numbers ranged.: priority being given  to -satabliahed .owners. Stock- owners  may \ form a>ssoclations for" range  manasement. *SVe������.,ur partially free,  -penxdta are watlabla for settlers,  tampers and travellers, up' to ten  ttrad.  mK  Your Pocket  used as a bank lias tnaay disadvantages.  Money carried lot it. is easy to  spend on -trifles or may be lost  or stolen.  Weekly depoaits In our Saving* Bask  est a        will accumulate rapidly. ... ��������� ���������>  Small or lorce accounta ase welcoma,  rf**%,-*si*!i   _tf"*i v^h^a __?***'*- _ir. ur'si'M-s. ^***itii**>    ���������  OF COMMERCE  Ooxtltal PeM Up $20^SOO^CM>  XUwer^re Fond $a20(OOOg00Q  Crcsmn Branch  %\K-TJ Sc*dma������ourv Manager  SBSE  mm  P.  MEAT  UBS  MERCHANTS  .tfea  mm*Emm  'mWMmmmmmmmm,  1TBY OUH  ShAfoROCK PORK SAUSAGE  An economical disli, easy to serve.  Shamrock Brand HAM, BACON ana\LARD  ���������Soarcs-DxatliS. fjstscSc^, "h.!^ii.c=t Qt-Atliy.  FRESH and CURED FISH  * ' all varieties.   " '"  thoiccBt BEEF. PORK9 MiUTTON', VE.AL, LAMB  * BwjRNS9 IDEAL 'POULTRY FOOD  increases egg production and prodnoos better poultry.   Buy the beat. TUTC    kfeVTEW.    CKESTDN.    B:    CL      x^  't^m^mm^iiWLi  mmm  A   Canadian  Ambassador  i ������cOLj  Prince  Christian Kraft, Hohenlohe-  Qe'liringen.Duke of Ujesty and  rated  the wealthiest.man    in    Germany, ^ is  -dead:' . J -������������������'-. -^   .,  "'A deadlock "has been reached over  duplication of the Pacific cable from  Fiji to Canada, and. 'Imperial' Conference may, not deal -with matter.  A shipment of two hundred thousand pounds of Argentine corned boel  has arrived in Vancouver for local distribution. This is the first direct  shipment, of this  commodity   to Vaii-  American    Paper   Thinks   We   Should  Have  a  Representative in U.  S.  Et is years since it was arranged  that Canada should have an ambassador to the United States^ The Canadian Government has announce-} at  different..-times that the appointment  was upon the point of making. lt  has been asserted by friend.*; of that  government that, the ambassadorship  "would be assigned sg> soon Sis the right  "Sianadiany could be had. Either the right  Canadian is "a white blackbird", or "a  .shrinking, viole'," .for there are 9,000,-  000 Canadians and among them there  must be some man capable enough and  not too modest to see*, e Canada -tut  Washington.  As a matter ol* business alone the  Dominion needs an America^T ambassador. ' Canad,a is too old and  great, its interests too numerous-  land 4mporjtant, tor the British ambassador to represent it indii-ectly, when  Albania, Egypt .and Haiti have representatives of tneiivown in th������ TJnitec  States. No British ambassador, cais  handle Canada's, "bus ine ss at Washington as advantageously to Qanada na  could a representative of the Ottawa  government.���������Chi,caa"o Journal  couver.  'Eifty  ead. of livestock- were cremated in a file, that destroyed a stocl"  barn operated near "MacDonald, Man.-,  by Stewart and Cameron, limited, of  Winnipeg. The" loss .will run inlo  thousands oi' dollars. '  No official confirmation is available  from governmental circles to the  Cabled report, from London that Vis-V  count Willingdon would, be Canada's  next governor-general', succeeding  Lord Byng ofVimy.  It is stated in Manitoba Government  circles. tliett an effort y-ill be made to  enlist the support of Ontario in the  fight being waged by the three prairie  '"-provinces for "blue sky" legislation to  control sales of shares.  Spain's representative'informed the  commission charged with studying .reorganization of the League of Nations  Council that unless'she is, accorded a  permanent eouncii seat Spain will be  convinced that, it is not useful to col-  with ihe league.  the  laborate longer  Answering  of   Commons  minis ter of railways, st a ted ' that  government, had no information of any  proposal by "he Canadian Pacific Railway to construci. a new line from  Winnipeg to the Pacific coast.  Says He Felt Drunk  "������    ;, , Most  Of the* Tune  - 'Brooklyn. "Mr. * Fred 4>. " Marquart  writes:���������"'I felt drunk t most' of - the  time:-' My head was dizzy- 1 coiild_n'l  think cleanly. One day I dropped a  coin and when I stooped" to get it I  got so dizzy- I almost fell. I later  found out that the cause ot* this condition vi^as constipation. This was  overcome by a short course of Carter's  Little -Liver Pitt's. My appetite has  doubled, and my d.izsiness has/ entirely left me."  Carter's Little Liver Pill s^ move the  bowels send relieve the system/ of its  piaisonoua. matter.   -. _.'_-';-  Druggists, 25 & 75c red packages.^*  Wototd, Substitute Law For War -  WqiYien   of   Britain Joining   in   Peace-  Jrfakers" Pilgrimage to London  _. "Law, ricit War," has been_ adopted  as, the slogan of the Peacemakers' Pilgrimage' of: the women of Great Britain whcTassemble in Hyde Park, Lon-'  don, June 19/ Some' of the pilgrims  from -Scotland *i*fan to walk most pf  the way. '      -  There will be five niain routes for  pilgrims* to travel, all centring on  London. Local committees in Scotland and England have been formed  toj. mobilize tlie- pilgrims and. escort  the marchers. The meeting, expected  to be attended by 100,000 women, will  demand that law be substituted foi-  war; that the British Government  agree, to submit all international disputes to courts of arbitration or conciliation, and shall fuither take the  lead in the proposed disarmament con-  erence.  Salads and Salad Dressings���������SandwicHfcs---  Cheese and- Egg .Dishes ��������� Home-inade  J~   . ,,   Pickles and Relishes.    "  -  ������*> '__  _ ^wf%kzZ: ___f������  M>eetpQ  telling how to make'many of these delectable  dishes.   Mailed free on request.  COLMAN-KEEN7 (Canada)   LIMITED,   Dept.   3 98,  "  1O0O AatheiBt Street, Montreal  __   y Zr%-^ _  428  tistar  s  jmS*m **hdn. __c*-fr<S _f������_"<_va  -. -     P  $ J  OUR. CROSSWORD PUZZLE  V ���������"  N.  \  iLondon  Dealers  SeS!  Wonderful  Jewels  of  1-2.54-  The Charm  ofc. Soft  Fabric  New    frocks "are    soft and. fluttery  with  flowered materials    and     flares.  a question  in the House j The   frock  presented   here  is   sure  to  Hon    Charles   Dunning^ lak"* the eye of the miss and little wo-  "''man.;-.������������������First,j> because..;of its arresting  \ simplicity of 'line, ajrd. second, because  of the loveliness of its material.  Gems    Worth     Millions ** property  IVlys-terious  Eastern Potentate  Jewels valued at $5,000,000, the  Property of an eastern potentate",  whose identity is kept a close secret,  I are being sold in London. Gems  worth $250,000 already have reached  London, and inpstly were -disposed of  by. dealers." Another $2,500,000 ship-  "nient is expectefla to arrive within the.  next few months. ^ ''������������������  7 ......... /  One of the most beautiful 'jewels'In  the collection awaiting sale in London  is a stomacher of diamonds, emeralds  and rubies. * It is composed ^of more  2,000  stones,  the-centre one" be-  _. Horizontal  1'���������The  highest point.  5���������Slimy slow  creeping  mollusks. -v "   '  10���������A   grain..  11���������Diversion.  12���������Metal. ,__  14���������To  prohibit.     "    -  15-r-To betray.  17���������Pole. -   ���������  18���������One who  cg.nd.ucts a,  vessel in or out of a  harbor.  20���������Provoked.  21���������Toward.  21���������Toward.  22���������Characteristic.  24���������Accomplish.  25���������Strips of leather.  27���������Relish;  taste.   -  29���������A food.  30=���������Thought.       ' :"���������'���������*���������  33���������Past ol! blow.'  35���������Slumbers-.  37���������Near. :.y.-.. -7.   -'������������������  39���������Stumbled..  41���������Article.  42���������To tear,  44���������Past of stand..  45���������Plural of to be.  46���������Behindt  48���������Vehement.  49���������To   crush   with   the  month.  50���������A desert animal.  52���������Owned.  53���������A written message.  54,���������Badges.  *    Vertical  1���������Article of dress <pl-D-  2���������Disposition. ������������������-.-���������  3���������A human being, .y������������������.  4���������-A'' pronoun.  5���������To hud.  6-^-A denial.  7���������Dexterity.  8���������A s Crap of newsy  '9���������Rarely. ';���������      "���������'���������';,.,...,...'(..--"���������  11-rr-S odium chloride;!  13���������Parts of plants.  14���������Prejudice.  16���������A.young boy.  18���������Hot slices.  19���������Followed.  22���������Negligence.  23���������Finished.  26���������To loot.  28���������To. turn to the, right.  31���������Separately.   ~ 7  32-r-Keg. :x-'x kkA'���������-'���������  34���������To dry up. *-^  35���������Dot.   .y>.7.--. .j.,7 -7  36���������ExpressionsTof   contempt.   ' . .-���������  38���������To bind.         ]','./.���������."  40���������A    spiall     "body     of  ... water.  43-���������A contract, t      \  45���������The -name of a popular,: opera..  47��������� A? TOdent.  ���������49"^-"Wicked.  51-t���������Mvself.  52���������That Man.  A  lov. i than  wide   ribbon   sash  is  tied  at   the   .~" ,  waistline,   where   rippling   skirt   joins  ing a magnificent oblong emerald, sur  Are Your Nerves  On Eige?  slender bodice. Thev'batteau neck is  finished with a narrow binding of the  same plain material yas the -flaring  sleeves: No. 1254 is; in sizes 16,' IS  and 20 years.- Size 18'years..(36 bust)  requires 4%, yard..; ' 36-inch figured  crepe, and %' yard georgette crepe;  ribbon for sash 2%:, yards 5 inches  wide. "   Price 20 cents*!. 7  The  secret of distinctive  dress lies  in good taste rather than a lavish ex-  pendiuire  of money.   :   Every  woman  should want to make her own clothes,  nnd the home dressmaker will find the  designs  illustrated, in-ov new  Fashion  i Book   lobe .practical  and  simple,  yet  ; maintaining the spirit of Ilie mode of  the  moment.      Price  of  the���������book   10  ; cents 1he copy.  rounded by diamonds and linked up  by three rows of d-lanaonds with drop  emeralds from which to hang unctrt  emeralds.  Handshaking  Is������  Could Hardly Live for Asthma,  writes one man who after years of suffering has found complete/-, relief  through Dr. .T. D. Kellogg's TAsthma  Remedy. Now he knows how needless has been his suffering, This  matchless"remedy gives sure help to  all afflicted with asthma. Inhaled as  smoke or vapor It brings the. help so  long needed. Every, dealer has il. or  can gel" it for you from his wholesaler.  How To Order Patterns  Address���������Winnipeg Newspnpbr Union.  . "175   McDermot   Ave..   Winnipeg  Pattern No...  .. Size.  Population of British Columbia  British Columbia's population has  shown considerable increase slnco the  census of 1921, according to : figures  compiled hy government officials* on  (lie basis of school population. The  tola I papulation of the province, set  nt 52-1,000 in 1921, is now nearlyvCOO,-  000, -these figures show.  Prince of Wales Not Only One to be  Incapacitated by Custom  The decision to abandaon the  "Vyhite House custom of indiscriminate handshaking was bound to be mace  sooner or .latei*; for it had become, -hf  menace to the:'health of both the president and his wife. At the first reception alter the war President Harding  shook 6,500-hands at tjie rate of, 30 per  minute. President Wilson wished he  could, get a glove with steel fingers.  The wife of President Cleveland found  her right hand getting larger than her  left as the result'of much-democratic  salutation, and took violin lessons to  reduce the disparity. Mrs.'Harrison,  after the first experience, evaded .the  ordeal by hdldihg a "fan lu one hand  and. a bouqiie.t. in the other. We remember how., the Prince of Wales was  &imilar|y incapacitated during his  visit, to Canada by the too hearty grip  of welcome.���������London Dally Chron  Answer to Last Week's Puzzle  mmmmmMmw&&mmamm  mnmmnmmmttmffld&nK]  mmwMmm&wmffimmmmm  mmmwmmmmmnmm������  msm^Hfflra  Name  Town  *'T know oi" nothing hftlcr ns :i tnu"."  mid nervine lli.tn Dr. Pierre's Favorite  Prescription   an-l   i   run   liifiltly   recom-  JllCJK-   Il   ll'i   J-Ilcll,"   ^rl"'I    Ml -.   Jc.a.-<ic   CFW|J-  infin who i'"-ide**. rit 12 Friehot St.,  Tiii'cuiic., Out. (!':���������.-!i:i-i.: ;ibovt.) "f  h;id become in-a run-down state of  hf'-lth, my nerves k.'ivc vvuy and I v</uM  i.i.i :<!(������������������;, p, I -.;!���������-.. 1 * i'j- \-...:.i\: :������ii������" 2.'./  I>;irk :u*lifc| severely. Btit, lifter inking  jn������t a few h'ltiN*--. <���������  f������rit<: I'rescript i< .ii f  lent, n.y ',:"h;ir|..;i������-l_i-:  ii**r% 1.*-- ut-ie ;,i .-j.l..  di.*- yvwcvA |i<"'il*"i  r\-f ry w.'iy, , ^'I'lir-ri'  li**-.ter*   (or   tlie   ailfn;  f Dr. Piercr-'-i Fav,-  al'S  di*'  I i.i  J' i*r< (���������'���������! I;"a-.*i)rila"- I1  All    r|c;.!i:r:.       K  lirniid $1 .-*.*"; Tal-I'-t-  Write   I Jr.   Pirn:*'  BuiTiilu, :;, V., foi"  1 eel ing cxcel-  a;������pf";������red,   my  -.IHIliallaJll     U1>'i  \k :,\:    iitipi-*>".'(-d    in  t'nulil   ljirr   iiotiuiit.;  ���������/.   v,-(.ritriti   tfjriu   1 >r_  r������.:!u:riptia'in."  dra    l.'ir,iT    li-'attl-."^  . !J.l ,15 .-iri'l Ci$C.  -1   lit-v.iliib."  floLel i.i  .'iJcc advice,  No niattoi how ih'-i-p-iooled. live corn  iiwi.' hr*, it nuii-t yield 10 ll.ollawny-.<.  Corn i:������-mov--i' if used us directed.  May Gnivn-fje Turco-Eayptiaii Fleet  In Nav-irln-ri liay, in IS27, Ihn TiU'eo-  IA'\ in i'tn ti<'i"t wiih Kitiili in 11 niivul  biinlh. Tin- r;i-ja"|- (lovn'innii-nl hun  ln."*u<"-" a pivielinriiiMim Inviting nalv'ttge  (iini.-. 10 Kuiainli reiiil-*rt* lor ih<< rain*  in 1* rj-f ' in- 1-1-in nn ni-',  Power Frotti Ocean Tides  Preliminary pennl.B for thn hydro-  eU-eti'lc developinenl. on J-assnmu-  ciuoddy Bay, Maine, involving the  ulill/aifion of lhe Buy of Fundy lido,  wiii? issued by the United Slates fed-  ftruf power coninilBBlon to\Dexter T*.  Cooper. Ine,,  New York City.  grip j  icle.I  1  i liippiiu -Hi-: fiJiiii'M In you jih ct i'-e-  Mitt. ni i';iii_&ii.. It, uni an a r*'*Milt ot  v, lllln>-  H.  CheapesT of  all   Oils.���������Considering  the qualities of t)r. Thomas' Eclectric  Oil it is tho cheapest or all preparations offered, to the public. It in to be  found in every drug store in Canada  from coast to const and all country  merchants keep it I'or stile. , So, being  easily procurable and extremely mod-  tsrsito In price, no one should ho without, ti bottle of It,  Quick Relief From  All Kidney Trouble  * .     ������������������**���������**������������������������������������I������������������MW^  ���������       ���������       "���������- j       ,, ; ���������.. J*    '  Dodd's Kidney Pills Are Excellent  For   Backache, -Lumbago,  ^ Gravel, Bladder Trouble,  Sciatica and Rheumatic  Ailments  *43pVI������*U  y!E''i^.'^''"SyM������!*?;*  .x  ).,'.'Ih'tt  \,t *!���������:. aill.ll t-3.  ui  1,1'..  'ilJ.I 1  *,i!<j-   ff>utn\  ���������r pound <>f  im up-  ).;ilt.  H������  "���������Mr ^"%7  ���������LJP M"������il,'|(' MF'Ju-������*M^.'/^^iia������^  France Exports Briar Root  Briar roots, UEt-d for .making, p'molc-  ing piiies of a popular variety, 1b bo  much in-domand. In America that'it Is  necessary to import huge Fthipmonts  from Prance, to take cure of llui de-  mtind.     Ah a result i'Vunco in one your  Hhlpped  hriai* root valued af  000 francs to America.  80.000,-  ftonie wen are ko  ihey will even  nhnro you  wllh you, ���������  Hymputhoflc^tUat  dollar  hiHt  \v.  .\.  U.     Jb.ill  ( (S/|t.rka.'ircl'e  Uimmentt 'Ki**U 01   i'.tJri  Mln������;-d"u Liniment for b.-.cV.nc^e  P.   E.  1.   INfl-nn  Used  Them   For  Palna  Across the Back and Found Relief.  Tigrish, i'.EX ��������� (Special). ��������� Just  why Dodd's Kidney Pills are so popular all over the Dominion is shown by  the* statement of Mr, J. P. Perry, a  well-known roeldent hero,     ,' **  "For a" couple of years 1 was  troubled with a pain across'-the hack.  When I nlooped clown I had 31 hard  time straI|-ht.oning myHolf up again.  After taking- ft few boxes of Dodd's  Kldnoy Pills I-'toelli whole lot better."  That Mr. Perry's.trouble came from  his itldney-jy'ls"oi/itl'enco������l hy the reliel'  he got, from Docld'H Kidney Pills. They  aro purely and simply a kidnoy rem-.  ody7 Thoy Heal and fitrengthon the  ��������� kidney������ and put them In shapo to  sti'ulu wJI -the 3'tiJjuit.'.llK*.*> Teoui alu- Wood  in a '.natural (manner,  Dodd's KldnoJ- Pill** velleve kidney  trouhle, no ma I "**r where or in what  form it l������ Xound,  "CatukililUi wax,' "Ufled la. making  ciuidlOH 043d pohlahGH, lis obtained from  n weed which grown ubunoanlly In  Nlnr-Ihet*n Mcittco. Sl}i7xge$oj^ st oh kjiowf  tmmtmtttmmtftimsfi*  gJWJJMjgSJJJjS  "SsSSEBSSSSESl  IMMHMtfttMWMN^  Coyyriqlil 1925 by  '        Published by arrangement with "First ' National   Pictures,   \nz.  --, ." -  .   ������������������    ���������   .- - ��������� a  .  ���������      - -* ^ _.--*���������������  -.     CHAPTEFf   V.���������Continued) lover   the   flowers,   marvelling  at   the  '-'Say, you!"  she/said,-lier lips  set, j assembly of so many geraniums, also  '.'you're jiis������,abgut the same as a new  a beloved memory of girihood,,in one  run in an'-olcl pair of stockings to-me,   K"**"*'K       *T"1*'     ���������*-��������������������������� -*    -->��������� *������  -���������  hut ^you're running the wrong way.  We're saying goodbye now', ajid, we'll  probably never say. hello again, but I'd  like you'to remember that yyou -were  "in on the start of something today  1 hat's going' to" have" a' hig" finish." **  He made no reply, but .just looked  at" her, somewhat, ^ori-bwfully. She  added, arrevelantly it seemed.: "   '  ^"And -it_. didn't  start"' the -"way -you  "-think and it won't finish the ������������������way you  'expect, take it from me!."      Then, her  flowers   hugged, close,  she' went "into  the house.   ���������  "Mrs. Adams was a dear-old soul,  or  a  mean  old   termagant,   according.  bunch, Then-~"she was ready to be  -trolci*- about the car, and the absence  froin the store, and the reason for  the-"gift bf blossoms. -   ,  - Joanna made her~put-the flowers In  water," turn down the gas In the oven  sby tbat-^whaiever- -was cooking there  wouldn't burn, put lier broom out or  the hall so it woulda"^ worry her, and  sit down.     .Then she told, het-7  "The girl began slowly,, deliberately,  with infinite detail,-yan account of the  summons conveyed through "Good  Morning," and her reflections while  she .waited in Mr.- Graydon's office.  Then her words hurried; she became  excited;   "shes. talked  last;   she got-up  THE    REVIEW,    ���������BESTO>T,    E.    G.  to whether you owed your room rent J*nd stood in the middle of."the draw-  or not.      Not that she  was  so much  i*"������&  V������������m  only", and. talked  with her  different,    under    the* latter   circum-  stances* but the general aspects of her  seemed  different.-      As   a   matter   of  Cuticura Talcum Is  Cooling And Comforting  -_6aily use oif this pure, fragrant,  antiseptic Talcum Powder helps to  overcome heavy -perspiration and is  soothirfg and refreshing to the skin.  V '  Sa-npla -B*eh Free by Mail. Address Canadian  Depot: "Btenh-maei Ltd., Montreal/' Price.-Soap  25c. Ointment 25 and 60c. Talcum 26c.  Cuticura Shaving Stick 25c.  May Restore* Ancient Legend  Facts That Would Almost Prove Moon  Has'Effect-On Plants  fc The old belief, always scoffed at by  scientists,   which   led   some   fai-mers,������  religiously, to- plant their crofts in -certain phrases-of the moon, may" yet re-*  ceive some "support.-;;  Some '-time' ago  scientists began to discover that eer-.  tain Jiving. creatures; "��������� notably    some  kinds of seaweed, and some' species of  ocean dwelling worms, '; possessed    a  distinct "   lunar       periodicity.; -"  They  fruited or bred oiycame'to the surface  or  did   other, quite   definite  things  in  exact correspondence with the phases  of  the  moon.       It  seemed  almost as  though they had  an  almanac.      Now  there ha s come -to light another fact  that- seems likely to explain this one.  It has been found that  the kind, of  light called polarized_Jight is more effective in certain of the chemical processes of life  than  is ordinary light.  Moonlight is partly polarized.,    It is  composed  in- part' of this  same kind  of-, light    which    scientists-now find  peculiar in its actions on living mat-  arms as well -as her- lips.      She was  /just about to arrive at the bank, in he*  recita'l,  when   Mrs.  Adams,' who ..had  fact, she was good for" four weeks of j been listening -pacidly, interrupted  ar-rears for any girl and after that,  why, as many more as a girl required  if she was in real hard luck and, actually trying to get out of it. Joanna,  H.-herself, had once    comforted'   a    girl  Tell me; where'd you get that new  coat, Joe? It's- mink ain't it? And  it's real minkr too, or I've lost 'my- eye-  sightl"  "Sure it's real,'" Joanna assured her.  "It's the only real thing- Cohen had in  friend, who had. mortgaged her room  rent Tor two weeks ahead on a dress ' bis shopyit's what he's done business  she,  couldn't,   afford    ���������with:-    "Never-on all season.   J^ost a thousand bucks  mind,  dearie!       The first week's  the]and that's what I'm comnig to.   When  hardest. .    Alter  that  she'll  pray  for  I got to the bank  you, and I guess that won't do you any  harm, either."  Mrs. " Adams was breathless witli  curiosits* when Joanna faced her in the  drab w room- which gained its proper  designation from the iron clad 'rule  which- the landlady laid down, meticu- i  lously to each new lodger: "My young!  ladies receives (heir cOmpany of the  other-sex in the drawing room only!"  Her young ladies customarily referred  to the big front, .room^, downstairs  with tlie two spindle legg'ed'gold chairs  and the three overstuffed things In  faded, red,* as "tlie drawing room  only." Joanna, speechless for a moment, shoved her flowej-s Jnto-the landlady's "arms. At the same time .she  noticed that the old lady had taken  off her apron. She'd never seen Mrs.  Adams, except on Sundays, wiih her  apron off. It gave hep something easy  to  talk about as a starter:    .  "I didn't know it was you getting  out of the automobile," Mrs. Adams  explained. _ "And * I wasn't taking  chances;. That's" my rule; when an  automohiie - comes to - my house of������  comes my apron. I was properly  raised in my young days!" _>-.',������������������..- "  She allowed, a tear-'or two to escape  -:mmtik  S:B^KlN-t  Aksm0^SiSfZmiZ&A  (A  new coat on her arms and giving the  bundle that held. her. old one a kick  into a corner where she could salvage  it la-ter. ' "And if, I can't cry J'm gfis-  ing to laugh. If I can't do that either  I'll try standing on my head and see  if I ,can "figure things 'out that way."  "She didn't notice a sad little shakt-  of "the head which the landlady sent  her way. '(  ._She turned to tlie d.oor, but stopped,  and opened her hag. She selected  the crispest of the five hundred dollar  notes, went over to the grey-haired  Mrs. Adams, showed her the size of lt,  and then crumpled' it in the old lady's  toil worn fingers.  wet, troubled eyes, looked into ithe  girl's face, and wouid have said something" but Joanna stopped her by pitting a ha/hd over her mouth.  "Just keep the lid on the 'don't want  tb take it' stuff," ������he said. "I know  you couldn't think of accepting it, ana  it isn't coming to you, and I only owe  you for two weeks���������but IVe got to give  something to sd*mebod.y, haven't I?'-"-  She" was going "out the door w.hen  she stopped again, and turned around..  Mrs. Adams still was,looking at h^r  dully.. She struck, a' pose that, she  concluded, was , particularly appropriate for "the framing; of a_ doorway^  body leaning against one "side of the  door frame, hand stretched across to  the other, and "her chin' turned across  a shoulder into the room:  "ThereV one thing you can do, Mrs.  Landlady-mine," she said.     '"You can  j  hold in the news till I get ready to  spread it, and you can keep your other  flappers out of the 'drawing room-  only', for tonight, because my John's.,  coming around on his regular date and  when he gets here I'll need? the whole  darn room for a lot of heavy stuff."  (To be continued)  ter.- Possibly moonlight really does  have a different effect, on plants* and  animals than does sunlight decreased  to "the same intensity. This woul<5  explain the apparent moon knowledge  of the sea worms and the sea weeds.  It_ would restore- another ancient  legend'of mankind to an honored place  among the truths-of observation.  Has  Unique  Privilege  One  Englishman Can-J-teep Hat On in  King's Presence  To Micha-el  Constantine de, Courcy,  Baron    Kingsaie,    belongs, the unique  Mrs. Adams, with ["Privilege of being the only man in -Hie  United  Kingdom  who may,  if  he   so  elects, keep  on  his ^hat in  the  presence of the King of England.    A hereditary prerogative granted, to. Sir John  de Courcy in the reign of Kin*-/" John,  for  conquering  Ulster,  is .the  reason  the~ peer 'envoys this curious privilege.  Historical -records   show' the  permission to havfe been exercised oiily five  times, the last instatfee_being in IS59,'  when   John   d-e   Courcy,-  successor   to  Gerald,  Lord Kinsale,  stood with his  head covered in the presence of Queen  Victoria.            _,* " " ' -  I'i _.   Objects   To   Parole   System  Prisoner's Temporary .Good Behavior  Does Not Warrant Freedom  Any- bad. man is likely to be good  while he is locked up iu prison. That  he behaves while locked up is no reason why he should he* pardoned or  paroled.- It needs something more  than- temporary good behavior to warrant the freedom of a man who has  been confined by orde*r of a- judge and  jury. There is some expiating to he  done..���������Los Angeles Times. *  Little Helps For This Week  "You say youjiad a thousand dollars  to pay for that coat Jo?" Mrs. Adams  interrupted again.  "You say you liad a thousand, dollars to.pay'for that coat,. JoV Mrs.  Adams interrupted again.  "In. five hundred dollar bills!  Cohen's eyes almost exploded. And  I've- got. Bome more in my handbag;  and one of them's for you, but never  mind the coat till I get out of the  ban.U,,.wIU,.yo-u?*V]J;'*vy.";^    .  "Carehtjiy with constanty repetition, and "with infinite detail i'i Joanna  completed her story.- "WVen slio had  finished she -vyas flushed, excited, crying again. She'd rubjbed" her lips  with tho back of her hand so much,  in her nervousness, that the scarlet  was blotchy, and the tears had. i>layed  havoc with her eye lushes. She sank  down in a chair and finished witli a  pose that she Instantly recognized as a  good one, and one shp'd romember for  some future occasion���������arms 'stretched  down beside,her and palms turned out  With fingers spread.  "Now that's my story for you to  Htlclc toi and. what do you know  about It?" *  Mrs.   Adams   didn't   know  what   to  RESTORED TO  t   Mother of Eleven Children.  Praises Lydia E. PinlshamV  Vegetable Compound ) ,  Her Interesting Experience  .-Buckingham, Quebec���������"lam tho  'mother-of   eleven   living  children,  and   my bnby ia  five, months old.  I am only 38 years  old   and   I   havo  taken Lydia E.  Finkham a Vegetable Compound  for weakness and  my nerves. I knew  of   it   from   my  sister, Dame. Erl-  ouard Bellefeuille  o f    l-akunsuyviile.  For five years  I  was in misery; and was always ready  to cry.    Now I.am so happy to have.  Rood health.    My daughter, who ib  18 yt-ara old, haa also taken it and   ���������.���������-.���������, ..u~... 4_.i     ������n ^   ������������������-������  will bo happy to recommend it to all   | know about it.,    When Joanna came  younK girls.''���������Dame William Par-   |io   u,c   million   dqllarp   the" landlady  , Miller's Worm Powders not only  make the infantile system untenable  for worms, but by their action,on the  stomach, liver and bowels the;/-..correct  sucl^, troubles as lack of appetite,  biliousness and pther internal, disorders that the worms create. Children  thrive upon them and no matter what  condition their worm-infested, sjtom-*  achs may be in, they Twill sl^ow improvement- as soon as> ihe: treatment  begins.' 7'7 '.['  --���������'".y '"���������*'.''".".' '���������" ''"  She Wanted It Cheap  She (enthusiastically).���������-Oh, I would.  liaVe given anythiiig_in the world for  'thai-'Vase. ,   ..... ' .-  He.���������Well, why didn't you buy It? * -  She.���������--Buy it!      Why the man wanted five dollars for It." '.  -Verily I say unto ,you, whosoever  shall not receive the kingdom of God  as a little "child, he-shall not enter  tlierein.���������Mark x., 15.  Do like a child, antl, lean and rest  Upon thy Father's arm;  Pour out thy troubles on His  breast,  And thou shalt know no harm.  Then    shalt   thou   by-  His   hand   be  brought  By ways which now thou knowest noi,  Up through a well-fought fight,  To heavenly peace and light.  ���������Paul Gerhard t.  , 6 Father, who are in all porfect beyond the longing dT Thy ch.ild.ren���������  and we are all and altogether Thine���������^  Thou wilt lhaks us pure and loving  and free. We &hall stand fearless in  Thy presence, because perfeqt in Toy  love. Oh! let the heart of ^i child  be given, to us, that we may arise from  the grave of our dead selves, and die  no more, but^see face to face the God  of the llviing.'--Gebrge MacDonald.  THOUSANDS OF.  THANKFUL MOTHERS  /' ,,      *     - - '    --**-.  Strongly      Recommend      Baby's  Own Tablets to Their  - friends  Once    a * mother    has used Baby*s  Own- Tablets  for ^ her little ones  she  -would use nothing" else.      The Tablets  give such results that the mother has  nothing but words of praise for them.  Among ^ the    thousands    of    mothers  throughout   Canada   who   praise   the  Tablets- is   Mrs.  David   A.   Anderson^  New   Glasgow,   N:S.,   who   writes:���������"i  have nsed Baby's Own Tablets for my  children, -and frofn   my   experience    I  would not be without them.      I would  urge,   "every    other'  mother of young  children t&-ykeep a box of the Tablets  in the house." --  ������. .Baby's Own, Tablets are a mild but  thorough laxative which regulate the  bowels and sweeten, the -stomach;  drive outrconstipation and indigestion,  break up colds and siniple fevers and  make- teething easy. They are sold  by medicine dealers or by mail at 25  cents a box from The Dr. Williams'  Medicine Co., Brockville, Ont.  Among  the good  that die young in  this     hard-boiled    age  is -good, man  ners.  ENT. 'Box 414, Buckingham, Quebec.  Why sull'er for years with backache, nci*v</uy������Oiiiaand other aihiienUj  common to women from oinirly life'to  middle ago, when Lydia E. Pink!lam'tt  Vegetable Compound will Rive you  relief?  In a re-cent country-wide canvass  of purchnnerHof Lydia "B. Pinkham's  Vegetable Compound, over 250,000  replies were received, iind 5)8 out of*  every 100 reported they were benefited by its* use. C  VV.    ,\*.    V.    1CS4)  ! patted her hair and tucked In a grey  l-ivlfu-u lhn* hi!-**-**: down hnhlnd', hut wh<������--  the girl enmo to the eiM; ������he_ wan  silent, motionless, und sho kept her  hands folded in her lap.  Joanna went over and I-Ibs-mI hor  on the top of her head, lightly. Sho  didn't respond to that, which Joanna  understood.      It  war;  a lot  of  news  iHint had hoen thrown at her.  "Now I'm going upatuiiH and try  to" <*ry," said  Joanii.i,    gnUM-rlii.;    her  It   is estimated, that over  bicycles are used Sn Japan.  3,000,000  PHP  u*.f? HEART '7.j  Enjoying  Life at 84  Thanks To  Tha*  ^*y n fl cS_ 6 i* Sf u m  Remedy  Mra. T". H. Millor, 1843-llth Avo.  East. . Vancouver, ��������� 1-..C., writon: -r-  ���������'Pivo years'ago "ray husband fluffcrod  terribly "with ������cvoro attacka of pal*  pi tut I on of fcli-V-honrt nnd -.mohli-srlng  ftj-if.llf.. nnd two dot-tor?- ntntcd that ho  could'not possibly livo nix mouiua.  A f riorul rocornmemled Milburn 't\ IT.  and N. Pills, with tho.reBuH that my  husband ia fltlll enjoying life nt tlio  ogo of 81 yonrn.  Ho liim improved bo wonderfully  that ho can now .climb tho fttaira  without, having thoao awful pui-iB iu  his 'lienrt.--*  Put. up only by Tlio T. Mil'burn  Co.,   Limited, Toronto, Out  Find Roman Ruins  In Sussex Village  _..,��������� -.-.,..        ���������.     ..���������',.���������  Archeologist  Assisted   In   Excavations  By College Students  Students from Oxford and Cambridge passed their spring vacation In  assisting S. E. Winholt, the archeologist, ia his excavations near Pul-  borough In Sussex. - It has now been  definitely established that the site of  the explorations saw some 2,000 years  ago a road connecting /die early Roman road of State Street with the  main road to London. Masses of  archaic poiluiy have been brought to-  light, probably belonging to the flrst  century A.D., and Iron linger rings and  funeral urns have also been discovered. A iH-c-Itoritan beehive,, quern and  a number of Hint Iwatrunionts have  also been discovered.  .Sanitary  y  RockcfeSatr Withdraw:, Offer  John  D. Tloclcofoller, Jr., has cnbh-d  King Fuad withdrawing hla offer of a  gift of $10,000,000 lor the erection or a  museum  in  Cairo.      The Rockefeller  olfer  has  been  attacked  In  ICgyptian ]  circles,  and there  Iiuh been a dispute-i  over   thes^ conditions  of   the   proposed j  grant. ,  A New Dairy Pail  . at a Popular Price  - Sec ihe mew SEWS"P .Dairy Pail  next time you arc in town.  They arc made of special quality,  high   finished  lin,  have  .large dairy pall cars, riveted  with large rivets, &6ldercd  flunli. 100% -innitnry. Cut  out thia advertisement. Show  itrtn"your regular dealer. He  ban our authority to give you  a iuiiat'daJ Soh* |jrjicc oil a pulp  of thcue line pailft.  fiT^fei    Jft    W   Wy%  ^mer  Mlnr-rd's   L5nlmei-it  for burn*  g-   jMk  J  mjJl'WW_l-__!_.B������tft_Jl DEPARTMENT OJB* LANDS  ffcra*fiuf$a.������������������.  yitsdiuii  iaid  Permits to cut hay from' the JPrown Lands      ^  known as., Creston Flats will be issued at  DUCK CREEK, Monday, July 19  GRESTON,Tues.- Wed., July 20-21  ���������      at the Creston Hotel.   .. *  PERMITS will ^e issued by the undersigned  *������t the above places on the dates mentioned.  July 12, 1926.,  W. H.-BROWNE,  Grazing Assistant, Nelson  IBOBR  S*K  *g*OWOOi  Y0Ht irMffl fBELP ������  y  B.C. FOREST SERVICE  fill..���������      ******<***T -. .. * ,-__���������_*       a.       ������������������>������                _j*    ^*i"a___ j> -,_%.  ���������������������������jb **������-onsena .Auxiliary o������ Qaiist  Church' wiii meet., at Mrs. Payne's on  Thursday* June~22nd. at)? p.m.  JCow'Fbit Sa^i^s���������Holstein, si* -years  old. fresh, one month, guaranteed In  e-s-ery wu^y $8*5,A ���������������. Davie, Canyon.  ., Mrs. Avery aud children of Medicine  Hat, Alberta, .are visitors "here at  present, guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. 0.  GObbett*  Mrs* Geo. -Morgan and son, Ivor; of  Colefenan* Alberta, are here for a "few  weeks*" visit at, they home of Mr*, and  Mrs, .Bush. -  Harold Speers left at the end of the  week for Grassy Lake, Alberta, where  |Jie is spending the summer holidays  witb relatives. ^,  -For - SAias on TtenT���������Residential  property With' two acres and four-  room bungalow. Apply B. Waimsley,  Box5, Creston,*  ' At the inaugural meeting.. of - the  school board* on Monday-night . Fred  -Lewis was na med chairman, and Geo.  Nickel, secretary.*  \.  Mr. and Ms-k W. S. McAlpine left  on Tuesday for a couple of weeks  holiday Visit with friends in Proctor,  'Trait-and tlie Slocan.  Miss Eigsin Davies and Mr. Hess #>f-  Fernie* motored in for the weekend  'and were guests at the home of her  parents, Mr. and Mrs, A..E. Davies."  Creston and; District Womens,. Instate plan to have their annual  picnic nn Wednesday,. August 4tb,  probably ' along Goat River on the  flats.  ." ildrs. Frank Bunt and' children* of  Walla Walla* Wash., , arrived in  Creston .on Friday, for a visit with -the  former's parents., Mr. and Mrs. W. -H.  Gobbet.       .  "Nelson 'Protective Association, a  Fifteen Hunched Club that is rapidly  enrolling its full quota of members,  announce** a cut front $8 to $7 in the  en trance fee. .^'  i    During ,the   months of   July and  \ August Trinity United congregation  is worshipping in the church basement*  which    Is decidedly cooler,  than the  church auditorium.  Mrs. M. J. Boyd was the winner of  th*? house dress competition which  was tbe feature of the July session of  Creston ahd District Women's Institute meeting on 'Friday.  * There was a fahrly generous attend*  ance at th* I*E*esby terian - lawn social  at Mrs. Henderson's on Thursday  evening, at which the cash*intake was  In the neighborhood of ""4*57  Haying on the flats is due to coni  tnence on Monday,-July 26th, and W.  H. Browne, grazing ranger, will be at  presto n Hotel on 20th   and   21st   to  issue the necessary permits.  Mr. and Mrs John Cooper returned  on Friday from * their ' motor honey*  moon trip to Washington state points,  and were -guests of Mis. Cooper's  parents until Sunday, when they left  by car for their future home at Trail.  ^A\^m^^lw\9MMmmtmrnmrnWXmrn '"_H___T '"''''''.    - HmWrnmrnW^ tlmnffl^!^SmWmm*W'^'g^Mw^'mmmWV���������   m\mS^mmwm\-k: '  - 'SSI-VmimmmmmT^BU- fflff*^"' wS8f^*7mm9*������mmVmmW--'mmS'mm\f -.'���������  mmWF^''''   'mmW''' '-'^'^^^^^''^^^^^'tmW'Wm\mImWimVmwmm9  "���������' :'l^"m*''*j?Fm\rO  Roadster and Touring  .". Coupe cmd Coach  :^J5$mjkm~  _-. Landau Sedan  One Ton  '^mmZmmmi'* 'mmmmmmmmffimmii'.  ���������������������������������>���������������*������������������*-->  ^^���������������������������^i.U**'**>.***i' *. _"������������������***"'���������*"���������'   ���������������������������"������  Tracts.  mwrn-.^mmm   ������������������*���������*"  $ ssi  1032  ^kmWLT  J. 666  ���������������*_<*_���������������  PR EM IE R   GARAGE  .PALMER   &    MAXWELL^  y_     SERVICE OH ANYTHING OPERA.TEO SV GASOUNC  rthophonio Victors  down. ^Balance $15 a-month till paid for.  New Supply of Rubber Aprons  .... in dainty Pastel Shade, 75c. and ^1.00.  Kotex 85c.    Belts 50c.   Aprons $1  _ i - 11 - ._ .   ��������� - - . i-i -1    i j i ��������� i-i_ji .-.. i   .   i-1..I i . ��������� -..._ ^ _  i. hi.   ���������   ..    !__������������������������������������������   ai-.li.���������.-      ��������� "   ���������'.   ,.mmmM-������mmmm > ������������������ r..nwWMJM. ���������  ���������MMMa^--*"   -���������-   ���������     ��������� .'nil ���������   ii     iiW'^mil,* I >������������������������������������.���������l>>-ll���������-fl W   !���������������������������.������������������ ���������   ������������������  .    ���������   ���������    I  ***-*- - -  Books and Magazines.    Parasols.    Eye Specs & Visor.  ICECREAM./   COOLING DRINKS  APPLE CIDER  CRESTON BROG & BOOK STOR  GEO. "H. KLJBaLiXi^.  SUGAR,  .<  -SAiJr  ROLLED OA TSf -fee.  No Machine will run long Without  Effective Lubrication  ~      ....mmmm    ���������      a,     ������������������_-���������___���������^��������� i       ,         iJ������-^������������������������������_������_������������������������  ���������   ������������������ '      '   '  ���������'���������_���������   ' -   "���������  ^And a lot of Oil and Grease can be  " ...bought for the cost of one repair..  We can supply all your needs in Oil and Grease  High grade Gas4*>y the drum or gallon.  FARMERS'SUPPLY DEPOT  BBBfltW  Anglican Cliurch Services]  SUNDAY, JULY 18  SIRDAR  7.30 p.m.  CRESTON  8 a.m.���������11 a.rcu  Local and Personal  Mr. and Mrs. J. Attwood were weekend visitors with friends in Cranbrook.  good shape, state price."  B. Oatrenskl,  The New  Brunswick  Portable, $42  Extraordinary volume and  wonderful torn**! quality feature  the new Brunswick Portable. *  Durable and oo-mp&ot, with  space for records, light, and easy  to carry.  Tbis new Portable ia Tdoal for  weekend    parti-?*,   motor   trip*,'  cAmptefi", vT,fTJt\riT^f. tlie miT**-0**-*-^  school**, and for the home.  Plays alt records perfectly.  We am now -displaying: this  attractive new FortaW-e for tbe  first time.    TH&ivr and ftee it.  Wm      Hil fim ������M-f JSG* Wl  Wanted--Hay  rake,   nuifit  be in  i-od shai  Wynndel  G. J. Bnyle wns a business visitor nt  Nelson a couple-of days the latter pnrt  of the week. .  .  Atrro Fo������ 8jALi_Ei--Ohevrolet touring  car, in ofood shape, a bargain. Enquire  Review Office.  Mary Bennett of Fernfe is here for  a short holiday visit with her friend,  Helen Hopwood.  Bemembe the garden concert at  Kemp's rannh, Eriekson. Wednesday,  July28tb.7.d&pm.  Mra. <Dr.) L-illie returned on Monday  Crou* a w^������jik*e   vlb.i Va-Eth   UrScu-iD at  BJj������'rnior������, Albertn-  Mrs. F. C. Hodgera left on Thursday |  for e weeks" vlwlt with her father, Jos.  I Heath, at Invermere.  Fob 8A3uz>-Maro, fl year old, about  ]30O]bfl,. will sell cheitp.   C. J, Nell  (KiiBUiinoolt). Sirdar,  Pon  SAtaK���������Plnno,, rolt  top desk,  wardrobe, (a>nd other furniture.   Mrs.  M. -McOerthy, Brlckion,  Mowim FO-fl- 8AJUK���������I'rowt to Wood  one-liormoi   artkower,    in   good   nhttpe,  JJUia. G, Davie, Canyon.  C. 13. ttoUiifcun, JliiBiery overeoor, of  Neliwin, win* here at the end of the  wceie on hlw return s'rocn wi'.ivhmwv  wherit*) he hu*. depoattod another lot of  40,000 trout try lu Meadow Cc-cck.  oiiBf-Savine Pricns m  5f^S  ���������PRESERVING' TIME   HAS. ARRIVED.  Our stock is complete, and pricos at        ������  made tb save you money.    We offer  V" - . y'"', ' '   ' '���������       ,      '  SUGAR, 1001b. sack  . -'-.���������      . -"SO,       **'���������.'; -  ,������������ ' "ftps**  . ���������%���������  .   16-' ���������>. 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