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 tt'a  h-  - -rt -������"  ���������&���������������#&&*  XliU  - - ;>< ^~_. _:,  .   .'-ia*vt'*?-:-_K.1  ���������. *Jrsvw;  -1 -f.������5**~������~ '  *    -~" .a   'J_~  < 11V������  'Ua  7  ^  y*  -Jl!--  ^fc^**^**7^   \     Prov-m^^r^-  -LJtLfc.  x  Vice? irr  Vol. XVIIL  -v*  CRESTON, B. CU ^FB-IDAY, AUGUST 6, 1926  No. 25  Pr-ssnie** Bvil'i'i'sli  mm,     ___A ^**_*^*fc***IO>#a<r*-       -smarmm mm *^-*w^w~-������^ ,.  Band*, Cranbrook  Creek, which  opened on  Wenesday.  _r9it"������rA  ���������"~���������_7 ���������-  V  ���������tl -  B /  i'-  seatj  s ile-for the forth coming.visit "to Cranbrook of His Majesty's Coldstream  Guards Band opens on Monday, August 2nd. and also that the regular seat  sate will commence on August 9fcb.'  Thus applications by mail order gives  outside ticket holders' the same  -"Opportunity as residents of Cranbrook. A ���������   -*" '    " ''",-**  In   regard to  kthe   mail- order it is,  important to state that all applications  . fop seat reservations "must be ac'com.-  ���������panied   by remittance  aipounfbing  lo  cost  of  tickets   plus. the tas ' and  if  " those tickets are .to be" mailed^- a *������-el.f-  addressed stamped env-*ir#pe must  be  '-Enclosed  or - else  they   vVill   be  held  until called for.   All applications must  b* addressed-to   Coldstream-Gqards,  P.p. Box 16S, Cranbrook..  From-present indications the attendance at the two' concerts to be given  well be very heavy;'and"it is therefore  necessary for reservations to he. made  as far in advance as possible. _.       *"-*,  The Coldstream Guards Band is now  in Canada playing the western Canada  fair dates at Brandon. Calgary. Edmonton; Saskatoon and Regina," and  advance press reports are niopfc wonderful. The organization being, as it  i*-, the premier band of the British  Empire,, does not need any recommendation, to Canatiani-, but the particular  .anxiety of the committee is the seating capacity.  Two concerts will be #iven in Arena  Rink,, one at 2.30 p.m. in the afternoon  -and the other at 8.30. p.m.  A different programme will be Tendered at each concert, tbe afternoon  The Hood bridge ou the -flats has  just been replanked and repaired, and  will make hay hauling much easier"  The committee make the^ announce-|fchisBeaS01-^ ,.r   J  ment today tbat the mair order -seat]    Misses Martha and Mary  Ostrenski  of Pincher Creek are here on  a visit  witn Mrs. E. Ostrenski* -*  5"*������' " ������ "*  " Mrs. Parkin is a visitor with  Michel  friends at"*preaent.  Joan and Stewaxt-Hilton are spending the summer holidays with relatives  atjporbiti.  Miss Gwen Web'ste.-Avas hostess ata*i  birthday party on Wednesday when,  assisted by her mother, about fifteen  of her girl friends -had' a most enjoyable afternoon at a varied line of amusements���������with supper to put -the finishing touch to the celebration. _,  Practically every   resident  of Alice  Siding  was   out   for   the community  "picnic ..which  was held  at Kootenay  River feny  on July 24th.     There was  a great variety  o������-enteitainrueut, in-  jcluding foot and horse races, as well as  bucking contests _ and the ladies cer  jtainly provided a very fine snppes.. In  the evening the affair was lounded off  qn enjoyable fashion  at a dance at the  .Todd.ranch, with Ron."Smith aud Bob  Marshall supplying tne music.  Must Padk and  Grade Tomatoes  New regulations in connection  with  the*    shipping " 6f      tomatoes " are  being  enforced;   and.- this   year    all  tomatoes shipped iii, the popular four-  basket' crate   must   be     packed and  graded. -*-.*-*    j  - In the past .it was only necessary to  ���������"face"   tomatoes,-'-but the Dominion  authorities   now   -^classify   the four-  basket container as a  closed   package  and, therefore,- must be graded.  There  -are but two' grades* 'and   regulations  "covert ng-there are.as follows:       # ,,-  No 1. This grade shall contain no  culls and shall consist of smooth sound  tomatoes of a uniform state of maturity, of similar varietal characteristic,  free fk-om-stems,'growth cracks, or the  scars "which - indent or misshape' the  Fruit" and lree from damage caused by  disease, insects or other nieans, of a  minimum size of two inches in diameter.   10%" tolerance*   ^  "No. 2.^-This^ grades hall contain no  ceils and sbaii consist of sound tomatoes of a- uniform state of maturity  free7from stems, growth cracks'- and  damage caused "by disease, insects or  other means.      ."?  "���������*" -r  Tomatoes "that, go  out* as   what is  .commonly termed domestic pack   are  ya.v _, -        V " ���������**  shipped in a "lugi**" which is" pretty  much the same* as the standard cherry  lug, The oldtime. peach crate for  shipping tomatoes has been done away  with.  Creek. Creston, Porthili, Eriekson and  Canyon. The next dance will be held  on August 14th. - -s  * Mrs. E. W, Payne of Creston was  a' between trains visitor on Saturday,  bringing ber 'two -daughters, -who are  visiting with Vera and Hazel McGonegal,  -Miss Minnie Strong of Canyon arrived on Monday,on a visit with Mr. and  jyirs.^W. Strong, going back Tuesday.  -Ernest Geroux, who has been work  ing at the Sash & Poor Company   for  Ol.UtC   bBUIC.   MXSM.KI  4.9m.   MUUUflJa      JlaL.fr       *.' t.mp.4.9.  North Dakota, ^where he has secured a  position. ^ **���������  K. R, Machun of the C.P.R. Natural  Besourccs Department, Calgary, was  a business visitor-here on Friday.  Ed. Senff of Page & Hill iCedar Pole  Company, Spokane, was a business  caller here on Tuesday.  "J._Webst������_r and Alex. Derby of  Cranbrook were business visitors here  by car ou- Thursday. H. McLaren  and Dr. Henderson paid us professional calls on Friday, from Creston.  A- party of sixteen motored over  fiom the U.S. on Saturday, taking  lunch at Kitchener Hotel, In the party  were several government officials,  prominent merchants and several  heads of departments of the N.P. and  S.P. Railways.       ' _. "       ,  r  Pony Express"    ���������  7. Grand, To-Night  ren. It is hoped that parents will  avail themUslves of thtToppprtunity to"  let their children hear- this wonderful  musical orapization, and special prices  hive been arranged fpr( their benefit.  It might also be stated that'the afternoon concert will very likely appeal  to the olderpeople as well, particularly those who are musically inclined.  Mail order, applications apply to  Cranbrook as well as outside districts  and the'y will receive attention in order  of., their receipt. Reserved seats for  night performance only.  __H    -,*i-'������������������ ~"*S������J������^J*lff _������������������_���������  MVIW -mlmsISSff  Mrs. W. H. Hilton and Mrs. Fred  Ash are spending aiew days in Nelson  this' week, leaving on Sunday.  Miss   Gladys   Webster is   the Alice  ��������� Siding rebreBentative 3nr the' Trinity  U nited young people's camp at Sanca  Alf. Bond left a few days ago for  Regina, Sask., where he has secured  work at his trade, and wi_jl be away  for about three months.  E. Langston of Kimberiey was here  for .a few da*f(s at the en J of the. week,  the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Hal&ead.  Mrs, Langston and children, who have  "been   holidaying here, returned .with  l%3m%mU-y>*s������.-~ ----- ���������~- _-;__-- -Z7Z .-���������- --     ��������� ��������� .  Miss Gertie* Pepperdine of Calgary,  who has been visiting with her sister^  Mra. Jim-Bateman, left--for home on  Saturday. - ' "'-".".*"*  Several of the-music lovers at Canyon are already making preparations'  for the trip to Cranbrook on the 16th  to hear tbe Coldstream  Guards band.  . Mr. and Mrs. Douglar and family of  Carni'angay,     Alberta,     are here   at  present on a visit with Mr,  and; Mrs.  Ridd.     Mrs.   Douglas   is   a sister of  Mrs. Ridd's.  ' Canyon residents are more than  well pleased with With the outcome of  the' Entrance-to-higb-scnooi' examinations this year. Principal Kolthamnier  graduating six of the neven candidates  who wrote on the tests, as follows;  John McPherson, John Mygaard,  Helen Nouguier, Thelma Vance Margaret Nygaard and Helen "McRobb.  B���������������ti&fa������i&������a*  GRANDTHEATRE g H |}h  Fri. & SatM Aug.  Bargain Nights I  JAME S. CRTJZE'S successor  *'Tho Covered Wofifon.' -  to  , Btarring '/yoiir Pavoritca' ol  Covored Wagon'"���������  r  "Tho  BETTY COMPSON  BRWBST' TOBHEKOTC ���������  WALLACE BEERY  A Dhoctor and Cast that would make  ' any plcttitfta- a hupcomh, a nd - a story  of ..the, Pony "Express d������y������ that Is  in the Hiimo cIumh uh "-Tliif Covered  Wagon.     We    recom mer.d    this  Silcturo to you an one nf the liesb.  Jum".. %x\\m ueeiug Ktr-4t> It* goliug at  LU&ter  . Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Plant of Kira-  berly were he������������e for a couple ot days  at tlie end of July, guests of Mrs. and  John Bird,  ���������   ���������-'  Mr. ������nd Mra. Fuink Baker, who  have been living at Calgary, Alberta,  for some months past, arc spending  some time at the ranch hero, and have  had Mr. Ingrahnm of Airdric. Alberta,  aa tlpeir gnoat.. y.;���������  ��������������������������� . ������������������     ���������'  ' ' '  '    -'j '. ���������   '.���������' '���������''���������'-'.'-"i:r;.,..,:,',:.'    '.'���������   ��������� '.'     '.������������������      /���������  Mr. Lnngdon of the provincial  poultry department staff, Victoriit,  waa hero on  un  inspection  trip   last  week*������������������'-.,;���������;''.;-, Z'.'A'7'.'k'  Albert Tedford is in charge of a  forest fire figbtirg crew up Summit  Creek at present.   AU   t^ho local help  i-.vaiIubleiui4.l_joti.it at ..prcuent ut Sh������  fighting* ���������/ ��������� ���������  -��������� y- . 7   -    ���������  Mrs,' W. Mitchell left the letter part  of tho week for Mulliin, Idaho, whoie  nhoia visiting with hor husband. >  Rev. S. Newby was hero on Sunday  morning, tn king  Sunday  nohool at 10  ���������aim., aw-"! h-ivin-fj a- Chiireh of Hnglwn-d  communion-j-m-vlco at, 11,  Watetbiu-y heaters are being InHtaH-  ed In Ihe school here, as well an at  Huscroft, tho work to ho completed  before bchoolu open calmly next month.  Fred Powers lefta'oit'Tiiesday for th'e  Mullan, Idaho,   dletrlct where he Ia  K.t^. ^_a.a.aaj^a **_>wa^, w     ..^.....a  ���������"i-r*"*^ *-���������_���������*������ '    *'���������*���������__        ���������_f-_.t-kirW"������-*.S'<l ���������a������<(Wa*.������ft_Vlal,VW.l/    fcaMpM|UM  llhikx UlZAKw PRlCJ!-������ 1 will be away un til Christiiias.  Miss Ellen Andeen left on Monday  for Kimberiey; - where she will visit  with friends for some time."       . -*  Miss" Edith Gerpux- returned on Saturday from Moyie,' where she spent a  week .visitii-'g^wi^  St. Denfs.  "  Mrs. J: "davanaugh and children, of  Kimberiey,. are here on- a- visit -with  her sister, Mrs, B. John son. -- .'  Mrs.-Chas. Fransen, of Creston. and  daughter, Mrs. Hurlburt, were" between^ trains visitors _pn Sunday,  guests of Mrs. P. Molander. '  Roy Burcb, fire warden at Yahk  was a.business visitor here on Monday,  Roy was-here again on Thursday in  company with F. Pyun and-R. Telford.  B. H. Flock motored here on a  business trfp. coming in from,Calgary,  Alberta.    *"  Misses Laura and Mildred Andeen  returned oh Sunday f roni their slimmer holiday, at Cranbrook and  Kimberiey.  ;-Jim and Jack Dodds and Ray McKelvey of Eriekson have taken a  contract trucking poles for theyNaugle  Pole &TieCompanyy  Mrs, Carl * Anderson and Mr. and  Mrs. Ernest "Driffli spent the weekend  at Kuskanook, making the trip by car.  C. B. DesVoigns, J- A. Foley Sand  Roy Six in an of Bonners ���������Feriy, Idaho,  were business visitors here- on, Saturday..' Louis DesVbign*. of Spokane  was also a motor visiitor <������n Saturday.  Mrp," Iris Freeman of Edmonton,  Alberta, was a motor caller here on  Saturday. ��������� "  E,'^. Thomas of Creaton was a business caller tin Tuesday, 8. H'..ROdg-  ors.'-'jl. McA'ttepr and O. E. HorBley, of  Pbrtljlll, Idaho, motored In Tuesday.  Mr. Attree, agent for "Waterbury  School Heaters, of Fort Steele, was  a business  visitor  here on   Monday.  Mr. and Mro.'Bcrb-Sly 6t Oranbrook  were 5lno hero on Mondayi, Bert is  the P. Bnt-na salesman.  Mr. and Mrt*. Omer Geroux and  daughter. Joan, le������t on Monday by  auto for LethbtkTgt**, Alborta, where  they are Visiting reLaivea; ...���������__. ���������  A. B. Davieft, road auperintjondent,  Oreston, was a visitor hero on Monday; Mn Baylea, who la lu charge of  work at"Goatfc*U, was horo onTuesday.  * D. Wilabn and dnugUtor loft on  SiVndiiy for plnehW'-'PipeekV Alberta,  where they are to reside/,. ���������.;.'-,.'���������.  A dance washold In Hunt's Ball on  a������*������������*,**,������-m ' nli-*ht.   wltinh'    ai,ir������������,'i,*j*"������l    ������������  I largo crowd, rcpieeoritfng Yahk, Puck  Mr.-Welsfprd, the well known Cranbrook sign writer,"*has been busy lately  painting and erecting road signs for E.  McGonegal of the'McConnei Hotel.  Mrs. Victor Desaulniers of Moyie is  here on a visit with Miv. and Mrs. "B.  Johnson at the Kitchener Hotel.  y A thrilling, colorful, historic tale of  the. old- "West. Based on the true  story ofthe romantic Pony Express,  which*carried the mail 1966 miles from  Missouri to" California in seven and  one-half days.  Like "The Covered "Wagon," *-The  Pony Express** is a genuine historic  episode in the building up of America,  sustained in effort, patriotic in, conception, heroic in execution, having a '  vital bearing on our national life.  For - that reason  tremendous effort  was made to hare the picture  historically correct down to the minutest  detail.   Months were spent in- painstaking study  and  research   and  in  obtaining "locations that  exactly  duplicated the scenes of the ������toryin I860.  From^   forgotten     document**     and  records of that period in the Congressional Library at Washington and  in  the*   state     libraries     of   Wyoming,  Colorado. JTtah and California, a,mas8  of  authentic  data   was   obtained of  intrinsic historic interest,  aside from  its value to the picture.    In addition,  thousands of historic relics, souvenirs  H.nd rare-properties of all kinds were  gathered for use in the production.  -For tbe faithful reproduction of" the  frontier West of sixty-five years ago,  the old city of Sacramento was rebuilt,  the old river dock .was reconstructed  and - an antiquated river boat was  "resurrected "' and* recom'missioned.  Similarly, the old town of jfulesburg,  Colorado, was rebuilt on a vast stretch,  of   virgin   prairie,    near   Cheyenne,  Wyoming.  T. C. Morgan of Nelson and Fred C.  j Klingensmith-of Creston-were motor  callers on   Friday.   Tom   Hurst  and  the plofc pianted for experimental pur  Art Williams .of Nelson  were motor  callers on Sunday.  Mr^.and Mrs. Mk Becker-and, son, ~ of  the Becker Luniber Companj", Lethbridge. Alberta, were Thursday to  Saturday visitors here.'  poses.   It ia hfs intention to return  AA'--Z AxZi .,T^*? sb^rtly fprva longer stay3 iii an  carried ont oq  housing' accottimoda-  tion. *- - .-  A party from Porthili   took in the  dance'at Kitchener on Saturday night.  They were Misses Frances * and  Eva  Thompson,    Victor.    Cameron,     Ed.  Eskew.      _   .      '   ~    '  Clifford Hennessy of Cratibrook  arrived on -Monday and has Rone to  work for the Sash & Door Company,  Limited.   "*  jMr. and Mrs. B. Johnson and son,  Robert,  spent' a week in Cranbrook  and Kimberiey. making   the trip*-, by  motor. ."������������������ ;7'"1 v . :��������������������������� *  . * .-  ��������� -'-  :.  ";.-..*' ���������'' ':���������    .''.-' 7  Chtis. Thompson pf tbe Kingston &  Thompson LumberCam pan y,   with a  party of P'������rtbill friends, were visitors  ''with.'Kitchener, friends on Snnday,  Mrs. A. H. Beck an'di BJ, *D. and R. B.  1 Salinger wi^re moto*rvisitors on J*uly  j 16th. They are nna trip from Boston  to Vancouver, in a Rolls Royce cai*���������  the"first of thi^high/class make eveif  seen in Kitchener, and caused many of  our speed merchants to break the  tenth commandment. -   .  Mr. ahd Mrs. Mindlin of Ct-anbrook  were motor visitors here on Thursday,  guests pt Mr. and Mrs. Walter Walby.  . Misses Mjrrtle anU Marjorie Strong  are hohie from thejr holidays, which.  they spent at Canyon.  Nnrae Yet a Willoughby, of Creaton,  is a visitor' here at present, the guest  of hor sister, Mrs. Dan McDonald.  Mrs. Sid Abar and son Arrived from  Cranbrook on Friday.  Mrs. Gladys Ulntou of Lewtaton,  Idaho, who has been on ,a visit. with  her brother, O. IL Nellght. at Lcad-  villo, left on Tnesdayjfor home.  Dan Blackiner of Spokano was a  bnslnesa visitor to the Lead"ville mine  last; week, coming in by way of Port-  hill arid retur*nlng via North port.  -<    ��������� ���������'''.' 7 '**  Mr. and Mre.. Hathaway.with their  ehulieui* lult suvetrai dayt, ago* in tkeit  Packard car for gpokane, en route to  Tacomn, Wash., and San Francisco,  Calif., after spending two weeks* vacation hero. Mr. Hathaway wpenfc con-  slderablo time looking over bio holdings in that district, particularly the  work carried on under tho direction of  TSlmer Blair, and expressed himself ft*  tvoH plentioct With tho appearat^eo of  Considerable-^satisfaction, wras felt  here when the news" cam,e to band  that Olga Nelson, Clara Hunt. Laura  and Mildred Andeen had succeeded in  passing this year's high school Entrance examinations ' at Creston." "* We  extend^our hea^tiesticongratulation to"  the girls on their success, and just as  heartly commend Miss Grace Rendall,  teacher, on the success of the pupil?.  The pass 3ercentage of Kitchener,  school is 86 per cent., whilst the  figures for all B.C. is but 45 per cent.  This is a highly creditable and gratifying result, and has given great pleasure to all interested.  TENDERS FOR WOOD  Ten cords of 20-incb, and Fifteen  cords of four-foot cut green Fir or  Tamarac. for use at Creston schools.  Sealed tenders for the forgoing fuel  will be received by the undersigned..*!  tb Wednesday^September 1, 1020, an  "delivery must be made on or before  November let 1020. Lowest or any  tender not necesaarily accepted. For  all other information apply G EO^  NICKEL, Secretary, Greston,  Attention, Ladies!  Creston and District Women's  Conservative Club ai*-o  holding r  General Meeting  in  Trinity United Church Basement  on  Mjf^Ug! g|i  Sjgj n n to jtf''' || n s)u yu n ka Ee'jji  7 X. *mmw9.-  at THREE p,m.  AH interested are cordially  IUViUhjl  IAj* iM/VuitiliA. ���������yj*.  r:.  ftaf*  *"ff  THE    HE VIEW*   fiSEEBSTON,'   B..   C.  Modern Highway Across Canada  All-C?ana<jian  Road   From   Halifax  To  .^^    : V^ End of Year  y "Fouiy different governments have at  last heeded the call foi- an all-Canadian Hghwaystretchin^y from Halifax,  N.S., yto Vancouver",.B.C. Four governments have met on e<_rual ground,  andy each has pledged the completion  of the; necessary work. , Ontario says:  "We are already completing our last  remaining link," Alberta is to have its  link ready; this year. Tlie Dominion  Government, speaking a for Jasper National "Park, states that it will link up  with Alberta, this year, and Brit ii sh-  ���������Coiumbia,;the last to fall into line declares^''When tlie . Jasper highway  reaches Te.te- Jaune Cache, Britisii  Columbia,.will have a road ready to  carry^it .on to Vancouver." It will  be possible to tour across Canada on  a-modern highway before the end of  the present year;  WORLD HAPPENINGS  BRIEFLY TOLD  A;hew dish with all tlie taste and  appearances of ice cream but composed principally of; rice po*yv-<3<ei\ is the  invention of^-San Francisco Chinese.  - The customary Dominion Day dinner in Londo^ this year has been eliminated in'favor o������ a combined, reception, dance and concert, to be held in  the Canadian Building.  Sir Herbert Ames, Montreal, financial director of the League of Nations,  has tendered his resignation, to take  effect next July, according to J. Bielei-,  his assistant. , .., ���������  Dr. A. G. Doughty. Dominion archivist, has been appointed chairman of  the public records commission, according to an announcement mad* in lhe  Canada Gazette. I  Neiv Zealand, always a popular borrower in London, asked for another  loan, this time of six���������million pounds,  and the issue "was subscribed ten  times over within an hour. The loan  is at five per cent, and the bonds were  offered at the price of 98*^7  Legislation forbidding the removal  of Indian relics from Britisii ColumbJa  and designed to prevent- their mutilation by vandals will be introduced, at  the present session of parliament according to word received from Ottawa  by the native sons of British'Columbia  it is announced.  .Wise mothers who know the virtues  of Mother Graves' Worm Exterminator., always have it at hand, became it  proves its value   England's New Princess Christened  Water    Brought   From    River   Jordan  V  Used In Ceremony  In the private family chapel of Britain's Kings and Queens, located in  the basement of Buckingham Palace,  Princess-Elizabeth, daugifter of the  Duke and. Duchess of York, was christened. Water brought from the River  Jordan was tised in the baptism..  The sponsors -for the royal baby  were the Ifing and Queen, the Pr3nce  of Wales, and Lady Elphinstone, a sister of the Duchess of York.  Some Facts About Afghanistan  Ameer Js  Hereditary   Ruler  and   Has  .    -    .    -   Absolute Power  The '"name Afghan is supposed to  mean.noisy and "tumultuous, and is well  applied. Ah Afghan feels that it is  beneath his dignity to Keep a shop or  engage in any handicraft. Alexander  the Great'was probably the first invader of Afghanistan. He founded-  the present city-of Herat. The British empire controls all the country's'  foreign relations, and in return gives  the ameer, the- ruler of the country;  an annual subsidy.  There are about six million people  of many races and clans. Most ot  these are tribesmen who have a. fondness for quarrelling and* are more or  less a law unto themselves.3 Law Is  quite well enforced in the cilies. Nearly half of the country is almost, if not  entirely, a desert.  With the exception of Turkey, Afghanistan as the" most Mohammedan  country in the world. An .Afghan's  hospitality ends -when his guest leaves  his door. He will send him away  ���������with a "God protect you," but after  that he may follow, his guest and rob  him of all be has. The carpets woven by the people of Herat,.are" so beautiful that they are sometimes sold as  Persian carpets..;  Afghanistan is not quite as large as  the--stateTof Texas, yet there are no  fewer than ninety-eight rivers. The  hereditary ruler, called the ameer, has  absolute power. In certain parts of  "the country.-: the staple .foodstuff is  flour made from dried mulberry leaves.  The people, though stalwart and rugged looking, have little endurance and  "are an easy prey to disease.     '  M  *������* To heat a "building economically you must keepTcold  <<������ moisture it feduces heating expenses.  Insulated Walls Cut Coal Bills  and dampness outside and' warm air inside. Both of  these duties are efficiently performed by. Hercules -Building Paper.      Being absolutely impervious tp winds and  Hercules Sheathing is made from the highest grade  * 1 i ���������      t* i ��������� . ������������������ j _> ���������* .*,-'       *-i   ���������    f  km wood pulp and reinforced with a protective coating which  ka will endure as long as the walls. ���������  k* N   .    We will send samples and prices to builders upon  k^< request. .  KAMn-TON, CANj-VDA  ���������     ������������������ _ *' WESTERN .AGENCIES ���������  Pacific Waxed Paper Co. Western Waxed Paper Co.  320 Davie fat. Vancouver -. 29"o McDermott Ave. Winnipeg  Hunter Martin & Co.   Regina  Attacked . by Asthma. ^ The first  fearful sensation is of suffocation,  which hour by hour becomes more desperate and hopeless. To such a case  the relief afforded, by Dr. J. D; Kellogg's' Asthma Remedy seems nothing  less than miraculous. Its help is  quickly apparent and soon the dreadful attack is mastered. The athrria-  tic who has?, found out the dependability of-this sterling remedy will ne\*-er  be without it,.     It is sold everywhere.  A Health Item Of Interest  Spare the children front suffering  from worms by using MilEer's Worm  Powders, a most effective .vermifuge  with which to combat these insidious  foes of the young and helpless. It is  an excellent worm destroyer/and  when Us qualitSes become Bid own in a  household no other will be used. The  medicine acta by itself, requiring no  purgative io assist it, and so thorough-  lv that nothing more is desired.  W&JQUF*  -������-_.  Jy  A mileage hook is so inleresiing  .hat a Traveller *== always sorry when  T-.ap reach���������*-���������������������������. ihe last page.  Minaret's Liniment King oi Pain  About   th-- only people who gel   satis faction by go-ins;    io    hrw    are    the  IcV-V-, a.-;-;-*.  stan  A    New    and     Effective     Method    of  Proreioting Health  It will be good news to our readers  that they now have available, a most  effective-means of promoting" health  ������n the home by eliminating the diseases that ar.e transmitted, by flies and  mosquitoes. ���������-'���������'���������"' Flit, the re mall-cable insecticide which has been perfected by  the- Standard .Oil Company of N.J. is  now obtainable^ in Canada at .'almost  any drug . store, ���������.hardware, store or  grocery .store. 7-*������'::   ;k;Z":k  Por years the research laboratories  of the Standard Oil Company of N.J.  were engaged in developing a type ol  insecticide that would be clean, safe  and easy to use;; *  At last theiryexpert entomologists  and. chemists succeeded in perfecting  a thoroughly scientific -product superior to the old rivethods of ���������killing" insects, in that it skills all of them that  come anywhere ip the neighborhood of  the application of the- spray, and that  is very quick and-sure in its action.  Having found thig wonderful answer  to the insecticide problem, they called it "Flit," and under'this name it  has attained a huge sale in the United  States, antl Is in fact widely recognized as an aid to home Health, by reason of those qu. til ities which make it  sure death, not only to flies and mosquitoes, but also to mollis, ants, bed  bugs aud roaches"" This wonderful  product is now on sale in all parts of  Canada.  Sprayed into cracks and crevices  where Insects "hide and breed. Fill, destroys both the insects and their eggs.  An added advantage is that Flit will  irot slain the most delicate fabrics.  This has'been proved by extensive  tests. *  Horizontal  1���������Stop.  6���������Become excited, puff  up. -  10���������Astral body.  3 4���������Old   world,   plant   of  lily family.   ....--,  15���������A- tooth.  16���������Tune of air.  17���������480 sheets of papers.  18-^-Variegated    w a x"-y  quartz.  19���������:Repair.  20���������Game       flayed       in  bowling alleys.  22���������Cast  into  the  shade  24���������Period   of time.  25���������Brownish "color.  26���������Brackets    or    angle  irons.  30���������Long gaiters.  34���������Single thing.  35���������Having ears.  37-  o r      tribute  I U2-5  The   Softly   Flared  Silhouette  Eat More MustardL  Enjoy St on both hot and  cold meat3* -with bacon,  sausages^ eggs, fish. Let  the spicy 'flavour of Keen's  Mustard add greater relish  to every meal.  It's best when freshly  mixed with COLD water.  Recipn9 Book miaSIed freer  Th.- ni-.it ron has hop "I mil lifts" in  ihis .si-nxim".' r-i-'hlon.-.. for nil clothes  .ifc ia.-.ii-1'.Tiel.v Him pie. nntl many of the  most 11 ii por rant, di-mil*. happen to bo  ilins*- with n HlornI'-rls-'iriK effect. This  I-j l fin- oi" .he lTioth.-l plelurod hope, de-  v'"Io]-imI in on** ol" I lu-.-- small all-over  U-nm! crc'iJ-cs. The bodice litis*, h oen-  ti-������-rrnnt fipafiilng wiih galhers ei(. the  shoulders,  nnd  I.s jolnndi l-o a  clrcuhiv  The Oil for the Athlete.���������In nibbing  down, the athlete will,find D.i\ Thomas'  F.-slncLiic Oil nn excollent nrtlclej It  rent\ei'H the muscles and sinews pll-  uhle, takes ilie HoreneHS ont of tliein  and Hlre-ngthena them for .strains that  may bo put upon them. It ,stands  pre-eminent For this pitrpope, and ath1  1h1������*h who for y>at*H have been using il  asm toHllt'y to its value as a lubricant.  ���������T ax  _. -     (Dial.).  38���������Consumed.  39���������Breach.  40���������Hasten.  41���������Be split or rent.  43���������Mended.  45���������-Frptli.  46���������Makes deeper.  ; ,     . _j .���������1.7-*  i 48���������Recompense's.  50���������Part~of  to be.  51���������A bag-like  part.    *  52^G^rat^inf*ee*������: '��������� '  SH���������Bandaged.  60���������True.  61���������Revolving piece.  -63���������Smair valley.  64-���������Girl's  nickname.  65���������Haying     ;a     jagged  edge.  66���������"Otherwise.        (  67���������Let  it  stand-  '(print-.  . lng).--'7������-y-:7  ,  "  68���������Defied.  69���������Crease or crack open  Vertical  3-Male of the red deer  2���������-To the lee side.  "i���������Borrow.  4���������Storm.  5���������Issue from.  <"���������Huge pieces of timber.  7���������The armpit.  8���������Wisp or tuft of hair  (Scot.).  <)���������Built.  10���������Money saved.   '  11���������Snare.  12-���������Objectives.  -Pla*ht   allied   to   the  turnip. --'  21���������Anger.  23���������Loiter. -    ���������  26���������Protect,  watch  over.  '27���������Loosens-  28���������Sifting apparatus.  29���������-Wiae men".'  30���������One :   affected     with  -      dread diseases-,.-  31-r-Ethereal:     fluid      Sn  .veins of gods.     "���������*,'  32���������A-water * nymph.  33���������Checks.   -  36���������Crud������._  4 2���������Should'e r     ornament  of.bfflcyfers.  43���������S'coffed at.  44���������Wanted.  45���������Fronts of buildings.  47���������Mistake. <  4'9���������Droll' fellow.  ���������52���������'Wearies.  53���������TidyV "     "  54*���������Satisfy.  55���������North American rail.  5<i���������Fail to keep or maintain.  57���������Story.  5.S���������Girl's name.  59���������Consider.  62-r-Jagged promontory.  She Couldn't Sleep  _D II __i      EL__B _ff A%Hm\ epafe **.  Heart Was So Bad  Mrs.   T.  D. --McClintock,  Cliarlottb-  town; P.E.I., writes:���������"About a year  ago I was greatly troubled with my  heart.'--,.  I could, not sloop at night, and was  bo nervous I  imagined that'" I could  bco everything in  tlio room moving,*  and would have to turn on the lighta  before I could got to Bleep,  After having read of your  Answer to Last Week's Puzzle  Prloonarc Returned After  Holiday  A check-up shows that ������ll the pris-  :ii-i   Siorii   having  art   inverted   phill, .  ,.- i,;������������������.-- is hi om- plr.ni--, flaHnj. nt llw ! ww  of  lhe  Jn il  at.  Tncnman. given  their freedom for a day on lho occa-  hIom oT the imnlvoi'Siiry of Argentina's  bid-open < I en en dsiy. t-eturneil 1o the Jail.  lColm������������-K*irT. fCturuada" r.lrr.l-l^.l  Drpt:.  IMii) Jixi.iiet n yirte-ll.M'OB.I.reul  y.id'i-.--. ;������nil hni- :������ narrow belt. The  ���������vN'---v*"'* 'ii-������* long find gait here tl Into  uii.-ilj;tn<lH. Nn. 1326 in in -"li--":- .'Hi,  \'M. Ut. -12 nnd tl inrlir-K bust- fllxo  :y< biiHi ]->���������*.n"i"������*i-i 'Wh y:������i*(lr< "Un-lnHi ma-  j'r.t'*- 2n r-i-rUH.  > iiA  ti-i'  Cjfm\^m\m^Sm^WMWM\ ' ^mmi^  ILWlJ^  Ef'^a   ^fflfr .n___jipl^^  t^9^^M.^&. mmM fL ifm'  ^Sr^  JMustard  aids -di^e^iot'i.  How To OrJcr Patterns  jtd-d ivh3 "V-'ta"* J111> t K  W i: .vhfi ii i'i'��������� r   I J'iJJ un,  litfi-   nff-rJei-inijt   Ave,.   WliinlgnaK  ���������I  rii m <%���������% i* i  Flesh Wounds*  Apply   Mlnnrd'e   ft-M-ly.      II   re-"  trinav-f* "i-ll  *hi������ pnlMon .������nd allow*.  tbaji -wound to hetil cj,ulekly,  I-atU'po  No.  ,U\r.nr...  <-���������������.*>������'"    *   4   4 *t  i  'Ktinv-ft  MV.  N,        (:  I W.2  .^  wa   ���������  .���������*><������-������   ������'*������-������)_   0*0   <  , *.������ # n p |, *���������������* m ������*m m  I took wevornl boxen of tlit.ni, antl  caii'now gnf. a full iiij;lit-H ������lccp without any troublo, and fool fine in cvory  way.'J  MTNriEAJ  ciiJi  M  A  T.mu  ^PTSHRPK^  N.  ,.���������.LkT ������SS.  lyipME^A  QIU  Wi'g  W. JStJ.  u&  Plans Atrial Expedition  Enjslneer Antonio Pauly, ol" Duonoa  Aires, htiH ��������� presentecl to the miniHtry  of the navy plans foivan Ai-fteutlno  aerial expedition to the South Pole  and an extensive acientitic exp^oJiUJon  of the Antarctic'co'nUnbnt.  H, ft N. Pjilln "fanvo boon on the  mark nt for 1hn pnsfc 3tJ yoari-j nil  donlnrH Bell tlioin; put up oiijy by The  T. Milburn Co., Limited, Toronto, Out.  To Develop More Power  Two million doi/lara wilt lie cxpuii-d*.  ������ul by the WirmlpoK Eleclrlc Conipntiy  nnd Uh fiubsldiuvioa In -rnnklrtis the  jrecnH-Kai-y provision lo ohl.taln and ntll-  l'/e power from tlie hydro-electric  plant at Grout Palbi during the next  eight month's, it la announced. ,, A  coiiHidcrtible propotilon of thin expen-  ���������lliui'f. will be r<-|j"r.'K'-nlii*-l bv lnr-i.<*i5  power machinery, U is suited.  L^^^^^^^      ^^mt^^^ ^^_l___________       ^^^m^~        ^^j^^^^^^    |^���������^^^^^   ^WtSmmm.  Hm wj iS       ^mmu CT   IS B^g? Bal *St_^|  Dl-IH^^ <*M_y %mW  Wwm. Blliill'alt J1'  .-������.      If you aiirtor from "aU-a  rtco-ie Ulcorfl. I- -will aeinajroii  *rara---  tne cunAntt.  Jo ran o-p va  ABSOLUTELV   VtoEn*    fl. eopy of  my  _ .    .       . _    _.  mi������ l-������-olc thn.t tntfi- how tn 1>������ rid of thatm  trouUieia lot- ni. tluuv by ueiii^ iwy r^.  m������rkB.ble pftlnlonii trejilniet-t, It !��������� dlr-  Cerent Irom anything- you ������vj������r heard ni,  and Wi** rouult of over 86. yo������ra iip������i_Ib.U������-  In������f. Hlniplj- J*n"n-j! ymtr nam* and acldrA������g  to Dr. H. .T. WIJITTIIflirt, fl lilt* flU. ill  XG������Bt 11th Street, ICana-iJi. City, M-*.  "TWIM NEW FnCNOH R������MBDV., MO-,1  VS. t^lwMS!!*'bSSu^K Mo.lT'Cl*i**->������i m  aiiBri������l������.6B.������i������ll. ������'<,.������*or"_l'������roH������a-'VV*������W������>������������������al������  ,^oJm  la,'   ;a-_..ll..J  CrSWIS'lC.   J"I   i'l������n I*-1������'"   trr-M 'A*  A  TITTS   BiTO-fift-V)'-- GBESTG3F,   B.   0,  Uttiht "CLARK" ���������^/-^Kitcfiuu.Mp3)oml  which coines now so  fresh and green and  cjrisp, add with, your  regular.r'dressing, a  a dessert-spoosxfwl of  TOMATO  ETCHUF  The fresh tomatoes end pure spices-  blend perfectly and add greatly to  the salad. -*%v  Made by the makers ofthe celebrated  " CLARK'S PORK & BEANS -  [Could  Not  Remember  Wife's  Christian Name  Eftderly Farmer Had Never Used It In  ��������� Addressing Her- -"  - In certains parte of rural "England  it is uncommon' for a- man to address  his wife* by her baptismal name, an  illustration of which Thomas- Hardy,  the novelist, recently told the following story. An elderly farmed called in  a lawyer and explained, that he wished  to  make his* will.      The lawyer took  ^x������.+       *l.������c>      fpitH.nlH       .t..m..~ _, v. J.       -^>.._,~._,.....^.Jl       -_--~  vui,   uJj-Ka - H_ri____ll__,_-_Jt    j^,cr������",    O.UU    ^JXClialbU -(.U  receive his elieift's instructions. - "I'll  leave all my brass to my wife,'-' the  farmer said.'' .-"We've - been "-married  thirty years." ''What's "your wife's  Christian name?" asked the lawyer,  making a note, of .the bequest. _ The  farmer scratches his head.,, thought  hard Eor-several ^seconds, and "..finally.  ���������said that *he couldn't remember. The  lawyer "thought o"f a plan that would  spur- his memory. "Walk" to the  door," he suggested, "and shout upstairs as if you-i������ere calling' ber." The  farmer did, and shouted, "Missus."  3B^e,f^ kriowf  ^ *     &J>yfymi925by H.JL  Published by arrangement-with   Firgfc   National   Pictures,   inc.  THE   STORY THUS  FAR  Joanna, pretty, - ultra-modern shop  girl, is informed by her employer,  Graydon,' that an unknown man has  given hee a million dollars to spend  as she-wishes. There are no strings  to the, gift���������no conditions to meet���������  she is hot even to know, the name of  her benefactor. She endeavors in  vain to learn more from hanker Eggleston, where she-meets bis nephew,  Brandon, a man-about^lown. who helps  her write her first check . and tells  Joanna that, he -intendas ,-tb -iuak<\ love  to her. Dazed with-'the* amount of  moliey, hurt by the l'aet that her shop  girl companions and tlie "merchants  with whom she deals,    spending    her  new found fortune, believe hei- to have j funeral  all day  and vou���������you're pull  gone", the.limit In securing the nioneyj ed 0^ wh'atevef you've pulled off! iaet  she  returns  home   that night  expect- j,,     .._*        , . ., .      *L   ravishing little bat, grey with a splasli  of' scarlet at the side. Georgie ^es-  timated the very simplicities of that  hat as next door to being priceless.  /A single "flower, 'but that aj"t o'rcluja,  nestled at Joanna's waist.   -  There was an immediate babel of  voices, punctuated presently "by the  sharp - reminder of_- an impatient vcus-  tomer that there were those with  wants to. be "attended to. '*' ~  "So. you weren't fired"* after all?"  Georgie exclaimed "vjlien she had  summoned her wits. "Here "we've  been picking out the hymns  for your  ii^iiiliilil  iiiiiltiiii  ���������kx^m^Mk^We^M^c0z  :-^y/-jxx yx-'���������-������������������ j-'.f-<x..- _>"__������������������____������������������' -a-'y-Jv ���������- '���������!���������-,-'- --���������.  Za-Z$-:0. ^es?^.iZ^^7G^^0t  er, little daughter! - That black satin  you affect is all right, I ' guess, but  when you'get the real things that have  some honest-to-goodness style in them,  wny you don't need to wearHheni so  skimpy vto lodk -your best. If you  don't know what E "mean stay awake  tonight and think it over, Georgie. I'm  giving you something  straight!"  ���������"So straight it sounds like a sermon to me," the other girl retorted.  "And this isn't Sunday, either! -But  you've got a license all right, I suppose." " It was a sententious, finish,  but Joanna  preferred  not to   lake' It  np. ;    ^  Joanna heard Mrs. Adams through  half op-^n doors tell other girls in,the"  house that the-drawing room has been  assigned for the evening and heard the  '-. flippant rejoinders that there were  lots of other -Wide open spaces in the  world anyway.      After a while, aft^r  light   expec  ing to irteet-John_ her" hopelessly "old-  fashioned" girlhood sweetheart. -  CHAPTER   V.I.���������Continued.  "Miss Twenty-seven" ' had become  the slender wraith of a hothouse  flowey, all perfume, softness and ^delicate color; .beneath her mink wrap she  shone vaguely grey; smart grey tail-  leur that fell- straight from underneath  her shoulders, but hugged her hips;  skirt that dropped"into straight lines  without a touch o-lLlrlnimlng or vagrant pleats or colors; a thing that was  the tidings loose, Jo!    - What's what  and who?"     Georgie's tone had dropped to the confidential level.    ���������_*    -   -  Joanna's eyes harrowed immediately. * There were times when Joanna  could-remind one of a lynx. " This  was.-one Of them.      ~>  "Drop -the "who* thing, Georgie!."  she warned. . _/���������*���������  Georgie stared at her. "Well, for  Jthe love of���������" ^The girl on the other  side of -the counter, on the outside  now. interrupted sharply:    ������  "Ye$,  that's what  I  said.      You're  infltflteiy-  and   expensively   "avenue"!   Plugging in the-,wrong line!"  grey sheer hose -'of a quality that  echoed Into the very souls of Georgie  and tbedrest?"'..'"���������, Slippers, slippers that  were wondrous things of some skin  .with  the   sheen  qf grey  velvet!  She had intended to let "Mr. Good  Morning" feast his eyes also, but/suddenly she lost the. flavor of her play.  She- swung -smartly  about. and  with-  and white.. She'd always had a frock  without sleeves "and a fairly low cut  neck, but each of them, modest affairs,  had made her hungry for something  real���������something that really woul<5 be a  gown. . At last! Wiiat the feel of  that dress was to Joanna nobody but  Joanna will ever know.. She wouldn't  admit it herself, and it's the sort of  thing, that can be painted on a canvas  or put into music, hut never said In*  words.  She* heard thes*rattle of the doorbell. ' She signed fo Georgie. to be  quiet and opened her door an, inch or  two. She heard Mrs. Adams answering an inquiry, and the voice she  heard- then was pot John's, but the  quiet, mpdulated tones of the man she  had met.at the bank���������Brandon. - _  . She heard Mrs. Adams' confusion.  ,vWhy, yes, I'll tell her you're asking  ^for her," the .puzzled landlady was  saying. "But I don't know whether  to put yoiii in the parlor to wait or not.  There's someone���������her . friend���������is -In  there. I've Just been talking to him  about her. She doesn't know he's  here yet."  And then Brandon's suave voice:  "I am sure we will get on famously,  her���������her friend and. I. We'll talk  about her, too, you see, if she is very  long cpming down. . I have brought  her some flowers. Will you be good  enough to hand them to her?"  < Joanna heard - Mrs. Adams herding  him -into the "drawing room only" and  in her diffident, blundering way mumbling an introduction. So John had.  come in. , She was right when she  thought she heard him. And he and  1-lrs.^Adams had been talking together  all- this time in - muffled " whispers so  she would not"- kn.ow���������talking of her.  And now Brandon, a man���������who she  thought knew what- was a secret from  her, had come, as he had lightly threatened", and John would see him. Brandon and John! She wanted to keep  John. She'd-never realized before  how much.  She didn't know why, but Joafina  was afraid as, she went downstairs; so  soft and s*oung and beautiful in her  costly new gown, and "so flushed, from  the day's events, but afraid.  (To  be continued)  Gospel Not World Wide ,  Although the Gospel has been.carried into most 'corners of the world  in execution of the Biblical mandate,  vast fields yet await the missionary.  China has 300,000,000 adherents of  "heathen" religions lor philosophies);  Japan, 72,000,000 out of a population of  77,000,000, and India's non-Christiana  number 217,000,000..  HARDLY WALK  Mrs. Horn Tells how Lydia E-,  PinUhnm's Vegetable Compound  Restored Her Health (  Hamil to n,On t.���������"I have, taken IJydift,  E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound  and would" not be .  without it - now.  I bad a female  trouble so "badly I  could'hurd ly w*Uk  und I waa all.run-  down arid co ul d  hardly .get around  to do my housework. 1 would bo  ���������fri .bed tlvreeor  ������<iur days at a  tfcrne.    1 waa told  She heard. Mrs. - Adams', confusion,  "Why, yes, I'll teli her you Ye asking  for her."''   '  *   Not"* slothful in. business, fervent in  spirit,.serving -the, "Lordk���������Rom. xii., 11".  Since Thou hast added, now,,O God!    .  Unto -my life-another day,-  And giv'st me leave to walk abroad -  And labor in my lawful way,-  My walks anrfa works with'me begin:  "Conduct me foith and/bring me in." .  . -^-George Wither.*  Remember that if the opportunities  for_ great deeds- should- never come,  the opportunity for good deeds is renewed for you day by -day. The  thing. for *xk to lipng for is the., good;  ness, not for glory .���������Frederic W; .Far**  rar.' -������������������_ ;���������-.. ..... '..  your... _,_, .   _..    by the tune 1 took two bottles 1 waa  beginning to get around again. I tyook  ten bottloa in all, and now I am all  right; again und doin# my own work.  I have nix grown-una to work for, so  X 8>;.y.c plenty to ilo. 1 al&o- uaod Lydia  RyJpiiVlihum h^Sanative Wash, and I  think it its good.' But I owe my. health  to Jhe Vegetable Compound, and T  ���������t-kiink if more of it wat������ used women  .ivouW be better -011, 1 would! not bo  without it if itcoHt much more.'*���������  Mi-H. Ni-xuk I-1.Q-HM, 28 St. Mattliewa  Avenue, Hamilton, Ontario,  Do you feel broken down, nervoua  and weak Hom<*fc"me������? J*ydiii_ 13, Pink-  ham'H Vegetable Compound i������ excellent to take at tuich a time. It alwaya  hcli in, and if tilt en regularly and pcr-  ���������tatentlyi, will relieve this condition. ���������  "VV.    N.    ir. 'iGSav  j^'out as--mucli as a nod, leaving an endless    volley    of questions completely  unanswered, she elbowed her wayyinto  the. street. y���������yys%- " - ' A-^'-A'-.  She had.'thougli^bf going up to let  Mr. Graydori; see her and' to ask of him  some niore wild questions, but.she forgot.    '.���������''.'������������������ .     '       , :  ** , / "  ^Why'-'did everyone, even Georgie,  who out of some very definite under-  jtandingS betwee-n them,- should know  her pretty .well���������why did all of them  thi nothings? -What was wrong Vlth  the world, the whole' world?/ Was  there"'ho.one who really knew about a  giii?     Not even among other girls?  Something; very profound was si Irving down below the surface of the  deep brown eyes of Joanna,, but It was  still too abstract a. confusion I'or her  to 'gt'apple'.wUn. Slid was singing  again when she reached home. The,  world Tor some unfathomable reason  had picked., hereout to be good to,  ,  When Georgie: arrived, "breathless  rrom; her rusjh from the store, Joanna  was In the .iriiti-st of her feverish unpacking of boxes.' Slie had forgotten  her pique, and yGeorgle had forgotten  her offense apparently. She plunged  It* to help, vftl*"-y*y"try,lng to get In quoa-  tlonfl between hot* squealh ol! delight  over \(he procesaton of surprising new*  Mii������K;.> "W|������i'i4e.vt'r iicrUuent qu-urk-w  she had treasured up against oppoi-  tunlti*- to voice them wove eWoctuitlly  Hltenccil when Joanna remarked;  "!.*ny off tomorrow, GecMrgle., Gel:  sick or have'a'ball or something, I'm  going lo lake you, to Home place I  found today and buy you Homo real  things-���������whatever vou want. Iini.  ij-ou'vo got to wear your dresses loos-  THE ONLY MEDICINE  7 BABY HAS HAD  Is What Thousands of Mothers  Say of Baby's Own Tablets  Once a mother has used Baby's Own  Tablets for her little ones she-will use  nothing else. Experience teaches her  that they are without an equal fob relieving baby of any of the many minor  ailments,w3iich afflict him at-one,time  or* another.' The Tablets never fan.*  to he of benefit���������they cannot possibly  do "harm as they are guaranteed to be  free from all-injurious drugs.  Concerning Baby's .Own" Tablets-  Mrs. Russell Hill, Norwood, Ont.," says:  ���������"I.shall always have a good, word to  say'for Baby's Own Tablets. I have  given them to our baby girl- . In fact  they are the only medicine she has  ever'had and I am proud to say that  she^-took second, prize at* our baby  show. She is eleven months old anrt  weighs 22 pounds. No mother whose  child is peevish or ailing will make a  mistake in giving it Baby's Own Tablets." .  "Baby's OwB. Tablets are sold by  medicine dealer's or direct by mail at ���������  25 cents a box from The Dr. Williams'  Medicine Col, Brockville, Ont.  she had resigned outright one of her  new gowns to Georgie as an installment of tomorrow's promise, she  thought she heard John come in the,  front"-, door.*. She listened-'eagerly,  lips hot, eyes shining and-body trem-"  biing, but -there-"^vas no call from Mrs.  Adams, She fell;again to examining'  herself in her bit of mirror, twisting  and aqulunilng to glimpse as much itt  one time as possible of her gorgeously,  soft-and glimmering evening gown,  out of wliich her throat lifted.round  Always Ready and Reliable.���������Practically all pains'* arjsihg .'from inflammation can be removed with Dr.'Thomas'  Eclectric Oil. Siinply i*ub it on the  sore spot and-it is quickly absorbed by  the skin. Its healing power is'conveyer to the inflamed tissue which Is  quickly soothed; This fine.old remedy Is also a specific for all manner of  cuts, scratches, bruises and- spralnd.  Keep a bottle handy always. -."���������' 7  A man, is prouder of things he  thinks ho . can accomplish than ��������� of  those he really can. -       ..���������,.,  World's Largest Theatre  -A group of Italian capitalists* is arranging to construct at^Geiioa what is  claimed will be the largest theatre ln  the world. The site chosen is the  Place Tagliata, and will face the sea.  This ne"������r playhouse at Genoa Is  to cost $8,000,000, or *!0,000r0u0 lira In  native coin.  Mii-iard's  Liniment for backache  "v _i ..i - ���������        -    -   in  1  Asparagus Used. Centuries AgQ  When Holloway's Corn Remover Is  applied to a corn it kills the roots and  the callosity comes out without injury  to the flesh.  Produces; Cold  Light  A   demonstration   of   a   method   of  producing cold light was given recently by a scientist at* Manchester, Eng.  By the process the electricity is chang-  Culture of Plant Introduced Into Eng-,ied to light without the luminary sub-  (utieuraSoap  MEDICINAUTOIUT  Best For The Skin  Bccauttttt it, clcttofscS;, mvigojr--  ate-a'smcl preserves 'the'"skin,  scalp and hnir. Used daily,  assisted by Cuticura Ointment  wljesii required, '.it*-prevents  po-ce-cloffging, pimples, black-  headB,v *nd 'other nnnoylnK  irritations.  land  During  Reign of Williamyjl".  Before the days of Henry VIH., vegetable gardens were not made in England. Asparagus, with-its remarkable  properties, jaras used as a food ',200  B.C., und though our Tudor nncestora  ate'the "whole of the stall's wiih  spoons, the cnllure of this plant was"  not Introduced until the reign of'WlI-  lEiun III., when Sir William Temple  brought It from the Hague, The King,  vl:>ltltig Sir William at Moor Park,  allowed Jonathan Swift, the secretary, \  how to eat It In Dutch style. "King  William always ate tlie stalks whole."  aalcl swift.  stance being heated in any way.  j^zQTMemiz.  o   I ��������� \mmw- Ti iA\ w\ %** B* ������J  s^tMijiiiwya-jj^  No ice  ������______.   .��������� -  .  *>   7.  U*7.OhtU-Muli BS *���������������"<- SM* Tuleittai ita.  During the Inst deend-e the per  capita conHumpHon of meat In Europe  haa increased 50 per cent.  HI. lakes forty years io male** a mlU-  -Inry machine" four years to break it;  it, million years to-learn belter.  Use Mlnard'a Lint ment In. the stable  -^__________i^__lk_S_li______-H____iS_____S        l^^mj^^  ^SW^^ISMm. mMmm\ ^i___M_________b  Ste a-as  "'    " ;,ca-li''S^^m.i.lk.  3 mBS yZiM^^&jM ffi Hr^tm  m  mmnmoim laMMi**--.*^  mmmmmmmi*m. -   ~v  THE^-CBBBTOlg  REVIEW  THE 1DRE8T0N BEVIEW  Issued everyFriday at Creston, B.C;  Subscription : $2.50 a year in advance*  S3.00 to U.S. points.  O. F. Hayes. Editor and Owner*  ORESTON. B.C.. FRIDAY. AUG!   Cf  7%e Candidates  W. K. Esling of Bossland, Conservative; H. It* 0ale of Vancouver*  _Xiiberal, -will be the standard  bearers in the Dominion election  which is now petting under way.  Both were selected at representa*  tive  and   enthusiastic conventions  Jielcl at Nelson on Tuesday, and  Thursday respectively of last week.  Both candidates ara m_en of  sterling personal character,. exjferi-  enced ca mpaigners,. and y so." f&t as  platform    effort "goes &$ ,.^^ors  y may look forward with  confidence  to hearing both sides  of the-'cam-  paigh ably presented. 7 _    -7 y; 7^ - ���������  . Tfte * ^  fortumate in securing a candidate of  tlie outsiandinR ability of J^r-. Gale$,  and as this is the first contest since  the riding was created in which  the party has been able toi present  a united front beh.nd an exceptionally able candidate the enthusiasm  that pervades the' -Liberal ranks is  not at all*-surprising.  Harry Gale enjoys the reputation  of being one of the big" business  men in British Columbia. In Van  eoiiver he is given full credit for  being one of those mainly responsible for tbat city getting as -.art, as  a grain exporting centre, which  business has developed enormously  fri the past few years; He also  played a foremost.part in interest  .-ing the big Old Couutry firm of  Spillers, milling; grain and elevator  company, in establishing  in   Van-  -  convert   "'������������������*.'";.- y y. -'-,. .-   -.-���������������������������-  He .was for three successive years  mayor of Vaucouver and "was never  interests of ihe people he represented every day in. the year;- but  before til's7 campaign-is oui he is  due' to learsi of a number of  instances where he fell far short of  the -splendid reputation that was  then given him. -  Por instance, what was Mr.  Ealing's attitude toward the . Robb  budget, with its substantial cut .in  duties on materials that are used  by the cannery trade aud which  have   added    measurably    to   the   -_j.-i sa_.  __.������ t_������ __-������  g������g. 1 m~m.**.mm.    Zmm ������3������*������>���������*��������� VNHryY  c*t2iii.U'ur'Li iuumovi jr ���������  4ay.   "Wynndel esfene out at the small j     As the pumps supplying the t5wn  end of all three scores, "but it gave the  With water do not work between 2  and 5-p.m.. swimming-in-.the river  hoys lots, of practic, ahd the rootiers  plenty of fun, 1 ,  There was a miscellaneous shower  for Miss F. N. Bathie in the school-  house ou Wednesday, July 28bh.   The  t-placo was crowded an������i ��������� ���������"���������a"*-**"- nrriipu-tt- - -nf*  c. ., ���������. ��������� ������_���������-.������  ^   honor was the recipient of a . large  variety of beautiful and uselul gifts.  After the '-showei*" dancing-whs indulged in and a dainty 'supper served  at -midnight, the .party breaking up  m the wee sma' 'oors. *-  With its' abolition of taxes on all  incomes under $3000, and reductions  on incomes above that amout?  With its cut of the duty on- autos  which has brought a saying of  from $50 up on all cars purchased?  And with its out on letter postage  which has restored to Canada the'  popular penny postage, and has.  meant a saving of, many dollars to  praotseally every voter Mr. Esling  represenns? '    .  ..: It hjis been said that when you  touch the pocketbook you strike at  a ye^Tvital spQ$7 These are all  items that have helped reduce- the  cost of living, and which by his  vwte"Mr._Bsling says he is opposed  to. Does Mr, Esling. think that  the Liberal and the independent  voterc of West Kootenay are likely  to approve of this sort of detrimental partizan effort���������and it > was the  indepedent vote that swung from  Humphrey to Esling last October  that brought victory to the Conservative candidate.  These are just a few of the slips  that Mr. Esling in his - well known  zeal for the party has been guilty  of,and which he 'is due to hear  about in no uncertain terms from  Mr. Gale and many able lieutenants, along-with a strong organiza-'  tion, th at^ will handle th e Liberal  campaign in the present fight.  .     And "when these and other lapses  by Mr. Esling are   conojined with  Watch for our  Announcement  . NtJ-Jiit Week.  at Grand  Forks   is  now  vithln those hours. $~   -  allowed  Dr. WILSON HERALD. Ear  Nose and������hrtiat Specialist, will  be at Creston, Aug. 9ik and 10th  and can be consulted through Dr.  Henderson.  Crestosi Mercantile  Company,  Limited  Eriekson Scholar  Stands Highest  HEWS OF KOQTENAYS  i  \  ALL  Tennis  and    _,  Balls  With a pass list, of 28 pupils out of  35 writing it can safely be said   that  tbe results   of" the  1926 Entrance to.  High School examinations in this district is highly satisfactory.    With the  exception,of Sirdar apd  Alice Siding  -every school had  three or more can  didates, and in no case did any of the |  schools.take   less than a 50 percent,  pass, with highest honors in the whole  province   going   to   Eriekson   school,  where Margaret,���������18���������year old daughter  of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Fraser scored tbe  highest marks cf all B.C. candidates  her total being 489 out of a possible  500���������a  remarkably   fine showing for  any" pupil," arid more practieularly for  one   attending   a. rural    school,   and  everyone compliments pupil,   parents  and the teacher.   Miss Trembatb, for  bringing such a signal honor to Brick-  son.   The'pass list follows:  CANYON CITY���������John B. McPher-  son 3(32, John S. Nygattrd 328, Helen  M. Nouguier 311* TChelma D. Vauce  303, Margaret C. Nygaard 3X11, Helen  M. McRobb 300,   _  The tiedge states that Greenwood ci izens complain * about the  number. oS dogs that howl at night  in that town. _  Orchard planting iu the Okangan  this year has been heaviest -to pears  and   Mclntogh   Red    apples,-   the.  north end showing the pear prefer?  ence. \ -    7  Up to the end. of June.the Hanson  garage at Cranbrook had die  posed of approximately $115,000.00 ���������  worth of new automobiles this yea's  This represents 102/ cars of varioun  makes and ages.-   ��������� -  -    *���������    < -  Although the zinc plant at the  Trail smelter has recently doubled  its capacity still it .cannot handle  all the zinc concentrates that,, are  coming in and the surplus is.to be  shidped to Belgium  for treatment  nt  20 Per Cent. Off  WHILE THEY LAST  V.  beaten for tbat office. Any man  who can gain"' the confidence  of the . citize: is so wholeheartedly  must needs be of some standing as  an administrator, as well as'possess  organizing and other capabilities  that will make him a formidable  opponent in any election. ������������������'''-.  . In tte -present fight Mr. Esling  does not get off - to the . same  auspicious start as was his iu the  campaign last fall.. Mr. Esling has  been before the West Kootenay  public as federal representative for  a year and his career at Ottawa  has not been exactly pleasing, even  to the moderate Conservativea  In the last fight Mr. Esling  scored^ heavily due to his opponent's  alleged inability to safeguard the  interests of his constituents. , This  trip the sjjoe is on the other foot  and Mr. Ealing will be just about  as severely handicapped aeiX. W.  Humphrey. And probably a little  more so.  .Last year Mr. E-alingwas heralded as a man of fearless independence; a man who could b, counted  upon to   stand   up   for   the   best  othersy-of & *m6re_ gi-e^bus national  charcater committed -by Premier  Meighen are paraded V%or public  consideration one cannot help but.  adinit that the Liberals have every  reason to expect Mr. Esling, on  September , 14th of this year, to  receive exactly the same sort of a  surprise that was the portion of L.  W. -Humphrey on October 29th of  last year.  {Canyon Community Hall  Watch for onr  Announcement  Next Week.  ___���������*. Ma mm. _������������������______ ^^ mumj.���������m.,   jmm  C* ������ v3STs!ES*^  m mm m������mr   m: HT���������%%*%%~*rm  %j0B BHrnrnw %mWww      mmWmwmM& %3-Xiff"  Editob Rbvikw:  *  Sib,���������The people   of   Canyon   have  been  blessed' with a  community hall  which,'1 understand, is to be used for  the enterainvnent and- benefit of   the  community.    As a resident of Canyon  I applied for use of hall for a dance on  July 23rd, for which I  was willing to  pay the trustees   their price.    I  was  refused on the ground that' it would  be neither just nor fair to the Ua-iies"  Community Club. Within theyifar the  Ladies Aid and Epworbh League have  had the use of the hall for outertain-  menb purposes and so far as   I know  the .question    of  their   effort being  ���������'neither just   nor fnir to  the Ladies  Communty Club"  was   never   raised.  While the hall was,under construction-  1 did my full share of volunteer work  to help  with its erection,    I also contributed   my    services     in     several  concerts that were given to raise funds  to pay for the palno in the hall.   Too.  I am etill  under  the lmprt-_-slon  that  by renting the hall 1 would bo helping  to pay off what over debt remains on  the   hall.   Now,    Mr. Editor,    being  human. It is just  possible I   am mistaken as to the purposes for which the  hall  is intended,  and to nvoid    any  further niinb-ikca ofthe sort either by  my-telf or other member*) of the eoin-  rrmriRy who may w.nh to rent the hall  in futm*������������, it Hei'ius to me it would bo  in ihe beut IntcrcmffaiiO-f Vnnyou If tho  triiMtccH   would  Ui\)  us   through the  column   of    tho   Ho view   exactly  by  whom and for wliMt purposes the hnil  nnvy bf rented.   Tru-nting the tniHtecs  will af-hUge mo nnd the gem-rnl publio  with   a reply   at   nn -flarly   n date  nn  ������������,..������W.i:, .sni lhr.n!i!"-j*������ y^*? f������r -������p-i-r-������������.  GEOUOKDAVIK.  OAxAP lilSTBct���������James A. Byrn������  338, George. .B. "Ohndley 322, John ft.  F. Malthouse 304,    ;  CRESTON���������Charles W. Moore 34&,  Ada M-^Lewia 310, Marion W.... Collis  304'. "Promoted on recommendation���������  A. Couling, i-aura. I; Holmes. Harold  C. Speers-, Mary B, Goodwin, Jessie M.  Learmonth. Kichard'F; Randall, Alexander; Hender&on, Henry J. Miller;  Percy-R. Robinson^ Lillian A. Trevel-  ���������yan-':^7y,:li,7;-yyy,;v,;'.,  ERICKSON���������Mitrgaret EL Eraser  439, Madeleine M. Putnam|3������37, JaTmes  W. Handley 3m, Rjuhy^ V. Martin 857,  Stewart W. Pensbh 351, -Clarence L,  Davis 347, Florence Craigie aiO-  HUSOIiO FT���������Katherine Demchuk  341. Ivy Hurry $18.yy ������v'  :  KlTCHBNBR--oig������i B. Nelson 355,  Mildred IS. Andeen 313, Laura A. Andeen 306, Clara Q. punt 300.  WYNNDEL ��������� ������weedb Benedetti  302, J. Crawford Irving 301, Dorathy  J. Payette .300, ^ .  Fotor Boat for Hire  ' .���������-     foi  Fishing Parties  Camping Parties  to any point on ihe Lake  CHARGES MODERATE. V  Mail and Supplies delivered if". *  .  desired.- .-   -  SJgjM &MiI H������mw3?  mfhoem Mssete  to Ortlap  ^X ' t>   ^..- *  New Stbck of  Harness  Second Hand Store in  connection ,.  *���������"-   -a'     - ._,  *"-    ' *     ���������.  Jt%a k^Skf^oBsoSiS  Shoe and Harness Repairing  WjRITE or PHONE  :w  !���������_  SAMBYSOUTH  Kuskanook Sirdar P. O.  leyai QnppJ.od|i Jo. 2005  Meets THIRD THORSDAY'of  each- month at Mercantile  Hall. Visiting brethren cordially invited.  W. H. CRAWFORD, W.M.  The results in Oreston High School  are equally gratifying,-nine of the ten  writing for matriculation graduating,  ahd but one with a' -supplemental to  write off. In Grades IX. and X. the  three taking the e-caitns. were successful, though eaoh of them have a supplemental to disposer of. Here is the  PU-BB list: ���������   "  GRADE IX��������� Madine Bell CS), Edward T. Martin (S)i  GRApE X.���������Floyd Oelll (S).  GRA.DE XI���������James Cherrington,  Ben Crawford, Edith Crawford, Nancy  Downes* Marion Learmonth, Annar-  etta McDonald, Helen Moore,. Robert  Moore, John Murrell, Donald Yout->_  Edward- Staples (S), Ono Candida  granted partial standing,      ������    .  pure Been  91  I PURE QEER<������|  ite  WyntHlttBl  A. Joy left on tho 28th July for  prairie .' points tn his ear. He was  accompanied by inSr. un<2 Mrii. A.  Warrldol, who nro figuring on working at the harvest.  J, Wlttman loft" Inst week for  Alberta, to. help with the harvest.  Mrs. Wlttman anil pnrbor the family  will join him whuii he gets located.  Tlaie f+itnoiw Irniernc.'S'lotwt.i te*im,  known locally as SlrdnrbaBoball team,  are still coming here rognlarly, and  gutting beaten, but It seems that they  can take an uwful lot of  punishment.  A largo picnic, and series of threo  ball games with Creaton ait it feature,  wins held  on   Sunday, July  26th. . A  lnn-fj.4   oi*������-.wj1     ttirhed     out   ttiid    the  weather fine It was a most   enjoyable I .  of the Brewing Industry  in  British  Columbia  'TpHE Brewing Industry of British Co-  ���������������' lumbia 'employs hundreds of men  with an annual payroll of about three-  qtcartere of a million' dollars, usingr per  annum nearly ten million pounds of malt,  made from barley grown in Canada, and  over one hundred and fifty ^thousand  pounds of hops joroduced In British  Columbia.       \        <���������" i  m  IT requires over one hundred thousand dollars for  fuel, mined In 'British Columbia, to produce the  Rt-ei- consumed In this prtfilncer- Many hundreds  .qf thousands of dollars ore\paid by the Brcwcrq  nimimlly for Oiatcrlala such as\bott|tisf codperani*.  crownsfoiiiicrs, labels "anil bottle wrappers���������all of  wluch are nianulaetured in Canada. -'   . ,..'  TUB taxes paid hy the Breweries to the Government   amount   to   Over   eight   hundred   and  seventy thousand dollars per annum, exclusive of  ���������Income taxes. ':,.,.'.     ,-h ' .    "'-  Till** citizens Af. this pro vino eymust rocoonlrc Ihe  Importance of subh an Industry and help lo  build it up;. payrolls and��������� Industries are bulldluo  cities and are the foundation of pVo-jporlty.^    --  TUB Amalgamated Brewerle*" of B/C, are mijinu-  faetuHno oood Bears, fully mathred and aged,  a product recommended by-physicians on Recount  of Its nourlshlnn and health-glvino.Qualities; these  ber-i-e contain only t% very low percentane of alcohol  n������;d therefore are tho proper stimulant needed  wS:������a exliuuMicd or ove>-wt>k������������>J, mi' w-je-iiiaikcil hy  ., medical authorities; ������    y  TUB Vancouver Brewery Limited, Rainier Brewing Co. of Canada Limited, Westmhistcr Brew*  ery Llmltad, Silver Spring Brewery Limited and the  Victoria I-iioanlx Breiylnn Co. Limited, members ef  , the Amalgamated Brow-Aries of B, ��������� C., arCs^nnder  - supervision of the. Llipior Control Board, and their  Beers are analysed from time to time by expert  firms or the continent upon h>������U(|i_.Uoii. pt the  Uquaif C&Mitvim TBrntt-ii, 'wJatlr-h g.vts. 'aimp5-fl'"ft-sfiur-  ance to the nubile that they receive only pure and  wholesome lteera When bought either In the -Government Vendor- Store or. In.lleeused beer parlors.  This advertisement is not published or displayed by the Liquor Control Board or by  the Government of British Columbia.  ltS28g>4  . 'Pure e'ttwSB'aS^b-PU'BB Been.  3w***falU������li<i������ffl^ rf ii'ii ������a >i fl  f2-<  ���������iWXJX^rjX. ^y:'a7^T:^T7��������� "^?"iipj;'~.-:i.sc^j;i;::;.;yv^ ���������;������������������ ���������-������������������.' ..:.xy.'.'.-J\-.:-,-;.  *. mmmmmm'9-  ivm  i'ipraittl^i*!:  r������r to  Pj&PPlS&lV      -----3      ;.   .*-?  -PLUMS* Peach, July 25 to Aw 4  Duchesia1 and Transparent Apple*--J������!������ 2&*to Aug  Bed Antraohan Apples, orates  I   *������<���������.      -W.������������<>^"  Creston Valley n  AtF. KEi-SON, Manager,  a- ������ _.a_,__���������(_. *_^*>r-   -,������. t���������^"*S-     ������~""       "  ' *.-.���������:. **-������*���������!���������*������������-���������  .������������������*J^U.������igisS,-.j;  -J.-*.  To Send Money  use  the Jfcfoiiey   -.2-xv  ���������sold -at attbraiaches df tke  y������ffjifafc___..-  Thev ace safe* cheap and  Itfb&yeskie xtt^ and a"re  ^k'-'-ajF"  ,, Bev, S, Newby Is at Kuskanook this  ^B week supei vising the" Christ Ohurcfa  4 ������ hoy scouts, who are in camp at that  - 'ijgBoint* He will take the usual service  ., ||ia Christ Church on Sunday evening.  of tlw;R.C.M.P. may be reestablished  before long, and an oUtcer stationed  atBayicert^ just ou the border -across  from _EtoiH_hiIly this latter step having  been ^Gtommended' toy the s-uetoisss  depavtcaenSa. s  All t-he schools Im th������ district saade  ,.  credit-able showings in this year's pass  M.J.Boyd and Alf. Palmer were ifct. ot' Bntrance-to-high school pupils.  *NelBO������ visitors on Thursday last* the Ait tho'pupils sent up from.   Creston  local delegates* to the West Kootenay'���������4-uj_,.���������������<,��������� o������2������������<������____ffni_a  is .both scarce and short, and those  whohaxe these poor safes area for the  most parte 'operating' on the Bode*  -coat-ion ������arsa on a share basis with  the owner. Mr. ������Jockxnann. Some  ������re ������ds>a buyissg a supply at the ssm&  place tfrom stacks of bay put op a year  ago* bufc never used.  ss  "yiberai aWmventSom,   at "which H. 1*.  Gale  was    nominated as   candidate.)  AU parts of C^-eriwn rising Was fully  represented at the gathering.  and L-iate? were successful*.   Eriekson  graduated  seven   out* of eight   and  Canyon six out of seven.   At Wynn  del.  where the   school   was   closed  'incrercu^u mm.,_~���������~_ w,: ������,- during January and Februarys due to  There will he nO August meeting Of small poi. Miss Bose Cherrington had  the WomenV institute, the ladies1 the satisfaction of having three of the  following the usual custom of taking a l"K.-ro eimUidates pass.  month off. The annual picnicy was  held at the first bend of the Goat  Blver on Wednesday afternoon but  was only fairly weir attended.  IX "K.7McDonlnd of Spokane,   who  is co-operating * with. Oreston  Hecla  anation    Company, "Limited,   in   thej  lining up of snffficient capital to  get]  Wm. Ramsay, district public works on with the dyking of iO,000 acres on I  engineer, of-Nelson, was here on an   Kootenay Flatty was here on Friday1  inspection trip at the end of thei week,  and agaitt oh Sunday with interested  Be was looking ove*p the bridge cross-   parties   looking-the   land   over.   He  Ing the Goat on Kitchener road, which states that on Drainage District "No. 1  is likely   to ,be' replaced   by &   new   i*nd at Bonners Ferry this yeatfe crop  structure within tbe next year.    . ������f hay. -oats and wheat is the heaviest  "Z A K~        since the land was cropped���������and \������2&  O. F������ Hayes ������ot back on Friday from  the dryest year of them all. too.  Vancouver, where he had been attend-  Haying is in full: swing on the flats,  assistant grazing commissioner W.j H������  Browne issuing about 140 permits in  the area from Creston to 'Kuskanook.  On more than a few cuts the mowers  have not been put to. work ts the hay  "*      ** -*  Notice* of Application for Beer  OOST^BailAlit. ASO*TSm BENEFIT IS LARGE.: "Wltf not take ttdvanV  .ttilaoBPatatrtimity.te beltp these who lookto.s^a forprab-fctioiij. Jain now.  ing a meeting of 'the executive of the  B O. Liberal Association in that city a  conple of days Inst" week, reaching  Nelson in time for the convention of  the West -,"Kootenay Liberals on  Thursdny night.: *.  Major Mallandaine,   Geo.   Johnson  and Jas.   Cherrington   were - Nelson  visitors on  Tuesday   Inst���������the   local  delegates to West Kootenay Cbnserva-J  itive nominating eonveutlcn, at whieh  W. K. "Ssling was again chosen, to  ���������carry.the bannertin the general elec*  tion now^utfider way.  School reopens within a month and  to be timrepupilshave all the required  textbooks Creston Drug -Sb Book -Store  asks that orders for these belplaced at. W>UBW TOM ���������, 0   once and avoid'any delay.   This yearH������t"wns,ja>UC*tioi������oi������theprena__8ea  Mr. Kelly will not stack   books, andf   *DatedS������i8l6th^r^^S?  definite orders must be place before  they will be brought in.  Mm. and Mrs. Fred. Hurry and  daughter of Mission, arrived on Tuesday on holiday visit with his father,  F. K. Hurry at West Creston. It is  -about six  years .since   Fred   was at������   . ..      -  Creston since vrhich time he has joined1RQ13CE   QF   SHTtHTSGIIi  tO  A??LY   TO  the   benedicts.   He. is   purser on   aj PUVHjH&SE LAH&S  | steamey plying,.Fr������ser River.  Notice Ss hereby siven that on or atter the  20th <3ay of Augnst,jM28. Che tusdeMtgned. intend to apply to the Xdqu-n. Control Board for a  license in sreepeect of premlBes to be known as  Kuskanook, Beer Parlor, situated aa" Lots 18  and 19, Block 883, Kuskanook, Kootenay IMs-  trict. .Neliicra Land Reetstration Distrtct,  I io. the rPravince of Bnttsh Columbia,-tor  I the sale ot beer by the glass or by open bottle  SAM BYSOUTEt, Applicant.  FORM Na is.  tSect_ton"������>  LAND ACT  ZBJ&tt&iijeB FBB $7.00. AGE LIMITSSYBARS.  &9*ittt& &ikir &w eligible.       Applicantpayn Sis doctor** f*c .  Ferf*-*ftpora*ailasewrite '" y-1* " -^  7 S.J. SreBtUSeirmtM'f.-BtxJSS. NELSON. ftC  x  A. "N. Coulm^ ^ksleft at the KOvaPW  office a email sheaf "of oats and wheat I  growA> on his hay cut on Nick's Island  from grain spilled from tlie feed of his  horses whilst haymaking last August.  Theoata are almost five feet high and  the wheat' is well over four* feet and  very fine samples in both cases;  Both'the Creston Growers and the  Fruit Exchange commenced shipping  mixed cars on August 1st���������precisely a  aa 'S?? ~������SLrSSi_&_S, ������������. M,_������^rfT.-iJt_o-������f icitob-  Onevjra*L'������ltaatiea; Sn tbe vit-biaty ������I Xitoh  roer������y_*fcC.'_ -^ .^ ,.,._,.- -  TAKB NOTICE i������aH WILLIAM: "*tKB  "HATHA:WA**r, of "B0- Sansome Stateet, -Sas  Fran<*siaQo, Califarnlia, UJ& A., Manager, Intends  to apply for pennlsston to ptucbaae thefidIo-*-r-  Inffdescslfiea lands  <J<H__tQencinK at apoet planted, at the!  interseot-ion of the -westeny boundary of]  Sub-Lot 14 of Lot 4602 with ttie northerly!  Tbeondar-r of Sub-Lot IS ot Lot 4092 in. Group    ~--__^___   ... _.������.__,m.~M.1m Otk*.Zvair,a  - -VaSbeattfC uxureserve-1, -mrve-r-sd  Crown lasda mar be we-essp:*^ by  ���������"ttfltf-*h aubjects ever It Tears of ase,  >And by att-s-afr-������a ^ocl-arlng Intantlon.  ia become Btlttah amhSee<ts. c*������adi-"  tional upon reotdeucft, occupation,  aad Impa-fovena-aat for ������c>ie-*Jtus,,Kl  *m**poMk.  PuU SaforsnatS������a ctmee-fntnar resu-  -attoxut * r������s������3-<llas jae^-wnptfoas to  given In Bulletin "No. "1_.-Le������<!l Series,  y-nsow-ato Pre-empt Waaa&f* copies of  whtefc eaa be obtaln������������S "Cree of charge  by a&di-easSns the Department cf  LAu-tla. "VSotorta, B.&, er to any Qov-  erom-Hlt a&eazkt. *  Becwnas win be m-aiited covering  only laixid suitable ������ie>������ v ^grlcUttaral  tturposes. an*- which i* saoi tttabsr-  * .axt4. k������v carrying -aver 6.000 beard  feet per ������a*sre> west ettito Coast B������M_se  and'-iM0t>. feet per eers east of that  Etassse.   a  APPUcattons to? pBe-empttcms ar������  to be addressed to t~h������ tZax.6. Com-  missioa-sr -ot the Ij������sid ReoordtaB T&-~  ,-t������lo_s, tn which the 3a*n_d applied *fi������r  is 0ttx_a.tea3._ax!.a ������**������- made an pxttated  foenns, - eople-r of -wbl-sh can be abr  Loji-Md ������rom th������ *_Uuid Co-cnmlastan>fl-r.  jpp&Qtnptlona mast be' ooeupied for  five -featm and tasprov������_meuta made  to value of 910- per acre,  tnclu*U**������  cleortna; and enUtvaUa^r at toast ftv������  oerea. before a CSroira. Ghract can b������  resolved. ,  -.   Woe BiOsf-e "-*s*te!Xs-S t-atersaii-tio-a man  the    *BuUet!n    "Hew- to    Pre-empt  "____And.'*"  i ���������       PURCHASE -   mW  Aps^oat������o*-_8 -are received Cor pur    ~"  chase   of    vacant    sad    wnreservoO  Crown lands, not being tlmberlaart,  price of teat-claoa (a-rable) "tattd ts "16  per acff������L and ������������������aooa^d-daa** (srazin**.)  land %2.tQ per acre. Further toSor-  -a-aatlon .^ffardlxiB-p-arehssei or lesuM  of Crown' l&nda to given la BaUetl'o  Nik.* 1% Xaad -Beries, '"Purchase suad  _Leaae of Crows "La-ids."  .MUVy'&etearr, -or taduatttal ottMi on  tlsaber toad, not >ttxee������diag- 40 *o.er������a.  -eaay be purchased or leased, the con- .  dttlobs      tsacludlac      payment      08  atusnpe������6.  MOSSSSITS E-EA-SES"  ' \tJn������uiTrey������d ftr-eea, net exeeeAtne ts  ���������ftcreo, may be leased na homeslte-*-,  ������6ndtt3oxial upon a dwellins -helms  .erected In Uie -fttat year, title bet-aft  .obtaiauLbla after residence and. im-  Iprovexnent eondlttena ore fulfilled  |������3td toad Imub beeft jstvyeyed..  -J-'-    "' LEA6ES y    ^  *���������  SVwr sjsmaSxeg and   Isd-utsjial    par-  poses outieaa -aet eaKoeedine <40 acre*  -Duoy, be. leased  ny cme paraan w ������  -coznnany. *���������-���������-<���������-  QRAZtKQ  Under_th*������ Ctte&&as;_JLct_ the Pbov-  "\  m������re^ l^to the north-west o*me* Ml   and *ho r*z__K������ administered  mole *MT AOSSM -uv������  vuxa   MwjL.1aM7.T~0"   ���������~������������������? -Si  ���������ipSsoel a Hathaway- land; thenoe ym& 100  dmiiS-more or less to a post m-u-ked 10.  SpbjSitS of Lot 4592; "ttieBce ������rath ������  il week earlier  than   in   lffiji and  13251  Panelled Dining Rooms  Your living and dining room walls oan match or harmonize  -with your walnut, mahogany ot* oa]( furniture if you ubo  Iiamatco Panelling, finished with Xamateo 'Katural Grain-  Finiahea.   ' -. _���������     ..--a,.:":       ���������' ���������.:���������'"-.i.'y'.-. ''., ''A  For natural grain panelling use L-amntco Finishes  -. and get perfect results.  WBITB FOR SAMPIJBSa  " "Por Sole' Btj'   1  -,������������������������������������ 7.  .������������������' ''��������� 7 'Maim'f������t^-_edby   !.-.���������'���������,'.',''���������*���������"���������������������������'���������-   ���������'���������''"-r':':  UmMINATEB MA TE RIALS GO- Ltd,  ..A-. ...,    "   'y.7^y-,^  m mmtmmMxmMomm.  when the first of these cars rolled on  August 8th. Duchess, Transparent  and Astrachuri a"pples, with some  Qravensteins, plunis, and cucumbets  . made up the lnadt '  _.  1 Creston village council, has its August meeting on Monday night.- and if  the proposed Arrow Creek -irrigation  project has advanced to a satisfactory  point it is possible the commissioners  will, take Into consideration the  proposed plebiscite on. the village getting In on the main pipe line to assure  Creaton's future water Bnpply,  :j  Creston Valley Oo-Oporat^yo _/������ssocS-  a tion are now located  lb "their  coni-  mndious new store on  Canyon street.  Munager Pulfroym.t.n stattis that with,  the Increased floor   space he Is mow.  prepared to givo the public thb   best  possible  service   In staple groceries,!  whilst the stocks of flour, feed.' etc.,  will:  always be found ample for the  Vtt.ley-'tradc.;'. '-Z:'kZZZ77y..,A7'.7-"k: ��������� ' j:.,  C B. Twlgpr, local provincial norfctc-  niturlst. Is arouud again after o throe  weekw* lay up w^th a bad attack of flu.  Due to no funds being.voted for such  purposes before the house dissolved tit  Ottawa at tbo end of Jhn*r the work .  ' bf o-ettormin atlng potato bugs has kad I  to be dropped by  Mr. Dennya.   ITioi  petit is reported Irom practically overy  ashalas moceorleostaapostxaarkedS, Sabr  Lot 13, of Lot M03; thence east along the  noctnerly limit ot said Sab-Lot 13 for 100  chains more or leas to the point ot commencement, and containing 200 acres more  orl-QSa**-.  _,       .    ,     WILUAMLEBHATBAWAT.  *Oatied 5&.Jhin������, 192ft.  and the range -admim at "-ured under -1  QrmsSwg . . Ceinmi-tsioiter. Ann-u������a  ^raslnjr permits are Issued baaed on  numbers.-nonKeOr priority betes Riven  o estabUahed ewnere. Stock-owners  may. form' "aooo-slAtfiona for rnnira  manacement. Btee, or partlaMy free,  pecmlta are anallabl* for eettjera,  " trailer*, np to ten  !������e������U  Investments  ���������m- --_;,-  Tbe Imperial Bank washes to ie lnelpJuI in  tlb furtherance of ita clients* interests. A Bond  Xfcpartment 5ms heen established lor the -pur-  fki$G of huying and selling the highest -otasa  oil^^ securities for 6^  ' The Bond Department will -. be glad to advise  *y������sa thronjih the Manager of our nearest Branch.  ���������*  O. W. AUJeM.  CRESTON BRANCH.  >9-4  Sm\mWmt/mmt.  "T  ��������� ���������ii-  POT.Otll'���������.-'���������*''���������'"*i  SHAMROCK PORK SAUSAGE  -   j: t An economical,disjh, osii-f.'^.fEii^o* (j ..   '  Shamrock Rrana H/AM, BACON and LARD  .'   ���������!*>*.* *rHfr%'M rr' ^g*-g?a'iMl'jg|j>v*" mpw_ry*^j?,i>  ������  dovirrwment graded, tulghestquality.  FRESH and CURED FISH  v all warletles.  --.. "  ���������fto������tr-i*ae BBEh, PORK, MUTTON, VEAl, LAMB  _ Brjm$> IDEAL mmiMTLFOO������,  -"���������"'"���������Mkii ..jkmcI produoe������'hdtte>'i-Mult^ ' Buy 'the* .best;  | point in the Vate.;  A bettor than urmal turnout was, in  evidence on  ThnrsdiiV night last to  haSitr  J.  Vdrsylh  Smith, y Ponilnlon  trul t trade commltMioner in London,  Erighind, dliMsn-iB  6lil Country apple  marketing.   Heatatcd that too many  ftrnall   al-eed    apples   were  going   to  Bn^lnnd, and ui������ed tbat nothing leas  than 8S26*������' he exported; The chair was  taken by 4tm. Compton.     .;:  -. Cranbrook Ueraldi   It Is atoted that;  ms a result of the *polSoy of the new  government in'.ex-tondEng tho hound*  tary. ��������� patrol ���������, si*i;viGie������". with a. view. to  preventing nmu^iltng of goodd '������crojw  the boundary, ttneoreMMfu Me-LMoi.ftiwMi-1  AmmVNCBMENT  " '������������������""��������� -���������"��������������������������������������������� ^l^'������*llH������-J!.W!t.W'.*������W*W,l**ff������  am still in a position  to   sell yam any car you  wish at same price  as the dealer im **en  maBe  can,   and  will  give yoa   ike   $am&  a reliable Mervlce to . tke ear - of your choice.  REMEMBER, I ST*LL HANDJLE FORD CARS  with * i+l$ ' othsr Ht9es0   tstsd Parts Mo  repair any ear- ������ -**ti+  s  Excltt&io* Ford Dealer  AtfWfT  GE  ___���������__.   JUk    ^mm.   ^t^tmWkMyiMmmmmm.   Stk'tm  CRESTON  mm i ii mmmmmii%mmmiw%mmmim  ^_&B  *"""j"'JJ>ffl  ���������  wii*WMa_-rii w-i^h^iIMwiIii n*m������a*i  -iiiHHaaHiiai THE   REVIEW,   CRESTOK,. B.    a*  Attract  Tlie  Tourists  Cannibalism Exists In  French  West  Africa  Of  It is an economic truism that the imports and exports of a country must  balance. That" is "to say, it" a country imports more than it exports it must  pay the difference ia gold, -which means that it Ifencls money out oC the country, that is, exports it. Thus is the balance maintained, -' Oa-the other "hand,  it' a country exports more tlian it imports then it "has to be paid.--which means  an import of gold. Thus the country -whose exports in raw materials, natural products, manufactured goods and general merchandise exceed imports of  a like character,''and. to whom the imporUng~countries must therefore remit  gold in order to balance .accounts, can hardly help but prosper and grow  wealth j*. '     - .  There are. however, what are termed, invisible imports- For example,  Great Britain is obliged to import food and other necessities of lia'e on a huge  scale", and it not infrequently happens that British exports of coal and manufactures do not equal these imports in value. Thus the balance of tangible  trade is against Great Britain. But this 13 more than offset by the tact that  the mercantile marine of Great Britain is -the.greatest trade carrying agency  in the world and all countries pay -tribute to Britain. The earnings of  British shipping constitute a great but invisible import, and these imports,  like exports, add to the national income and wealth.  There s another -class of imports whieh operates in the same advantage-  ou*.>-ay, and 'one in regard to which Nature has equipped Canada ^o reap  great benefits if'the Canadian people make full use of their opportunities. We  refer to tourist traffic. A tourist brings at least one thing with, him���������money.  lie -spends it in travelling and hotel expenses, ^iu means of recreation and  pleasure, and in purchases in the country visited. Making Canada attractive  irom the standpoint ol" the tourist is, therefore, good national business. It  will not onlj- draw-'countless'thousands oi" visitors from other countries, but  it will encourage Canadians,to spend their vacations in Canada, thus keeping  tlieir money at work for and in Canada, and in making them better acquainted  wiih lhe Dominion and) its enormous possihilities.  As already stated, Nature has done its part in richly endowing Canada  wiih some of the finest scenery in. the world and..by "malting the Dominion  a veritable sportsman's paradise." The. Canadian climate, both in summer  and winter, makes a strong appeal. But these things are not enough in "this.  age. Tourists not only demand these things, and a:marked- change, from the  environment in which they live most ol" the year, but they in*sist on all-modern comforts and conveniences, and go where they can be ���������'..obtained.  Canada must* therefore, be^made a country noted for Its good roads if it  is to capture any large share of the automobile tourist traffic which bas now  reached such large proportions.- Canada must eatei\ toythe^needs ���������and.;tastes  ol" all tourists by chains of good hotels-, "by feungalow camps, attractive summer and winter resorts.  Tourists will go where the greatest "beauty beckons, the best roads lead*'  and reasonable comfort and necessary conveniences 7ca*n be enjoyed. A  motoring tourist along a good road arriving at a town or village, which presents a well kept and clean appearance, streets well-greedy an attractive littfe  park, and residential lots, both back and front, tidy, and with trees, shrubbery,  grafsy spaces and flowers, and where the hotelyno matter-, how small, is spotlessly clean and good meals served, wilL almost,certainly stay awhile'.' But if  the town or village is the opposite of these things/it is even more of a certainty that the tourist will hurry right on.  lt costs some money to make our prairie cities, towns and villages .pleasant and attractive,- But it-takes more of time and patience than it does real  money to transform them as many have been and are being transformed Jnto  places of real beauty and rest������ulne?s. It is the development of the right  :ype of community public spirit that really counts in the achievement of results, '-'a. 1 ' .������������������'"'...  The securing of a fair share of the^growing tourist traffic qf'tlie continent  is something that no Canadian city, town or village c"an afford to neglect. It  "<��������� -"i-sl*. business, and frequently leads to larger and unexpected business developments, because many a tourist while on pleasure bent, is also keeping  an eye-open for investment and business opportunities. .     -.>,-���������,-  And th making -of the home town bright, clean and attractive is in itself,  raying dividend's to all the townspeople in.increased local pride.,and pleasure  at homo *h rough out the whole year. ' ' -    ; '������������������- ���������'*���������'"���������   *'    *' - ���������'- ������������������  Indulged "*"ln By Secret Society  Witch Doctors  cannibalism exists auu is practiced  tp a considerable extend, in several villages in French West Africa, bordering-the "Diberian frontier.- This cannibalism is indaufged in by witch doctors^ who form a small but active secret society. "Recently" two of them,  one a woman, were arrested. -The  woman,,in her confession revealed details of the manner ,ixi which two children had been murdered and eaten b3'  the. witch doctors.. She" explained  that the rules of their secret society  demanded that the victim should- always be done to. death by seven of the  witch doctors, who otherwise would  lose their magic powers. Members  of the society were most particular  always to sacrifice- members of "their  own families as they believed that the  flesh of strangers might be bewitched;  Pain In The Muscles,  Stiffness Ir Joints,  Quickly Subdued By Nervijine  - Those who have tested out numerous Hniiaents will agree that where  something is needed to dislodge a  deep-seated, more or less chronic condition there is nothing to compare with  Nerviline". It's because Nerviline  penetrates so jdeeply, because it has  about five times the strength of the  ordinary oily preparation, it lias come  to be known as King over all Pain.  Por Rheumatic conditions, muscular  and joint stiffness, Nerviline works  wonders. * A trial proves this. Get a  35" cent bottle from your dealer to-day.  High  Altitude Affects Taste  Everest Climbers Found Onions and  Peppermint Had No Flavor  A curious effect of high altitude was  found, it is said, by-the men Who tried  to reach, the summit ofMount Everest.  At a height of nineteen thousand-feet  the explorers lost their sense of taste,  such food as onions lost its, flavor, and  peppermint had- no pep ieft-Tby .which  it might be ltnown. -  mm  You will see this trade  mark* Sn  hardware   stores  everywhere.    Every utensil so  labelled  is fully, guaranteed' for - long  -���������,-   service and satisfaction by     --* 7    s  Th������~Stteet Moiiml Products Co. ���������SSiKS*  Montreal  Edmonton  TORONTO  Vftneouvajj*-*"'  HVlntslpv--  C-alcarv ���������  A'-" Reciprocal "Tafiff*1^"- -   Acreage to su'gat bee.te/in._the irrl-  \, .iy-���������   '       ' *",   "  -_���������-*"���������*     gated  "districts   "of Sbnthbrn -Albert'*,  Canada "Would Reduce Doity On Cattle will reach 7,000 acres this season. Thjis������  Boys' Hostel- At Edmonton  The Church of England has opened  a boys* hosrel at Edmonton, the first  or' ns kind iu Alberta. The first.-lot  en' boya who will be ctr^d -for at this,  hihttim-fcon will arrive ilm month unci ���������**���������*��������� r Th>- au-si"ic������*:NS of "he church. A  similar   hds.cl   has   ho***-i   operated   in  Montreal for some tini-v and has met'was'also staled" that Father MacDon-  with -considerable Huccess, In p'at'in-J.. nell, who supervises the assisted im-  boy.a������ on farmf- in the provin<*������'������ of "migration of the Hebrldeans was paid  Qu--"b-*c and Onrarlo. - |  Report On Hebrideans:  Ol" the twelve families���������69 people���������  brought In from- the Hebrides for settlement Sn Canada last year, one family���������one adult and. five children.���������has  heen deported because ' they became  a public charge. In the House ot  Commons In answer to 'a question it  j-1,741  salary and. $2,177 expenses.  d"  l'S*^_^,"*__,*"i_"*1*_l-  ry lor  MOTHER:- Fletcher's  Castori-fc i.s a pleasant., Ji armless Substitute for Castor O-fl,  Patcgorie. Tee 1 hiii g Dropal  atid Soothing- Syrups, <*p-c-  cially  prepared 'tot  Irtfants  in arms antl  Children  all age**.  To avr.ul imitati-rmn, always look (ot Ilie signaturi* o  ,K������Tra..f-������.r- K*"r*.rtimi-frtn "���������--Ft  nrn-���������������'������������-*(*-.    l*"hy*..tcuii"t. livery where recommend I.L  They Worked &  So Says Ontario Man of Dodd's  Kidney Pills  Mr;, H, Austin suffered with backache,  headache, and was gradually losing  strength. ..* _.  Coldwater,- Ont-���������X'Special) .���������There  is no- more enthusiastic.',-. believer in  Dodd's Kidney Pills anywhere than  Mr. H. Austin, a well-known resident  here. , He has good rfeasons for his  enthusiasm. He writes: '-"This is to  praise Dod.d's Kidney Pills for what  they have done for me. I think-it is  a miracle. , I suffered so much with  my kidneys and pains in,my legs and  back. My head ached and, in fact, I  seemed to lose my strength. After  using six boxes of Dodd's Kidney .Pills  I am now quite well. Thanks., to  DodtVs Kidney Pills, which I always  keep in the house now. X have sained in weight." <������������������.."���������  Many men suffer periodically with  backache and, a^ middle, age approaches, the'pain incre^is^sih. severity. Rest may give temporary relief,  but. "Dodd's Kidney Pills do wore than  this. They strengthen weak kidneys  and remove'--.the cause ofthe pain. 7  Obtained from /druggists everywhere, or The Dodd's Medicine Co.,  Ltd., Toronto 2. .      -  Studying  Industrial   Conditions  Eight   English   Working men/Sent To  U. 8������ By London .Paper  A unique delegation arrived In New  York recently aboard the Carmania,.  They were eight British, 'yrorkJuginen,  One was a patternmaker,! one a boiler-  maker, one a blacksmith, one a tpql-  maker, one a molde'r, one an ironworker, ono a 'filter, ono a "machine man."  They camp to the United Stales for  four weeks on Invitation, of'the, "London Daily Mail, ouc o������ Lord,,Hothcv-  more'a papers. Thoy. lire eight actual workers, not labor lenders, sent  to-examine working condHldriH, "wages  nnd Indunlrlal nii.thod'" Iu the "United  Sr.a1.oH. The nowHpuper is paying all  Iheir travelling expensea, paying their  wives (vvlio rcinaln ut home) the nicn'a  UHUUll  W'UHVti, (ilvltlK ikii UiCU o.������o h'uti-  drcd dollar*' ciicli for 0Kl.ro. clotlios and  fUUicn dolluru n week npr-mdlng fiionoy,  and providing oncli with a ttve'-tiiott-  Krmd dollnr life 11 nil accident, Insur-  ! unc������- policy while on the trip.  M'i*ar"d'������ Liniment for burn.*'  If  United   States Takes  First-  r*   '/ Step  Hon. "W. R. Motherwell, minister, of  agriculture, announced in the House  of Commons that the Canadian Government was prepared., to adopt a  "brick, for a brick policy" with the  United States irf the reduction ' of  duties^dn cattle. "" "/'Every step takep  by the-United States Government,"-lie  said-, -"in the w,ay of a reduction in  duty on Canadian cattle* will be met  by a corresponding reduction in the  Canadian duty against' -American cattle. We have a "brick for bricl^policy. That 'is tb say every- brlclc the  Americans take off the tariff..wall  agalnsi; us will "helmet with-tbe removal" of-a corresponding brick'from  our 'ta'r'iff against American cattle."  Mr. ;"MOUierweH .announced, that the.  government this month������had ,p"assed"aii  order-in-council' authorizing, the minister of finance to take such action as  may be necessary in the direction or  reducing the Canadian tariff qn cattle  in the event of the United States making similar reductions*.  is l,000*'acres more, than the contracted area of last' season.  ,*-  /1  Delicious Dessert  Caramel Pudding, a Dessert That  Makes Itself  One of the most d������elicious desserts  one can serve, and- it is one especially-  loved by children, can be said practically to make itself. It is called  Caramel Pudding. '  Here*it is:  "Place an unopened can of Borden's  Eagle Brand Condensed Milk hi a kettle" of boiling water and simmer for  two and. a half hours, being, careful  not to let the kettle boil dry. Remove can, cool and chill. Remove  top oi" can, cutting along the side o-f  can���������not the top���������so that the contents may-be-removed wlible; place on  a serving dish and garnish with broken nut meats and whipped cream. To  serve individually, cut in slicea, garnish with nut meats and whipped  cream���������o r * us e pi ain , unswee tened  cream, with or without garnish."'  HOW WEAK GIRLS 7  CAN GALf STRENSTE  4 -.      *���������  , : K  It' Comes   Through   the   Tom<|,  Blood-Making Qualities of   ; i  Dr. Williams' Pink Pills     - ������  '��������� In the life oi almost every.girl there'f  comes a time when^-eakness attacks"-,  -lief.    - The strain .upoi������;^ertblobd sup-"  ply becomes"*too -great^'-ahd there  follows headaches, and backaches, lossofc.  appetite,    attacks    ol* dizziness, heart ���������  palpitation    and    constant   weariness*'"  and   -a' tendency-to "al" decline.      All*.  these .symptoms raa>v not be present lu:  any particular^case,  but the presence.-  of any one of them shows the necessity for prompt treatment.     And there"-  i,s no other treatment--so -sure\and- so  speedy    as    that"    tlirbugh the blood-  making qualities of Dr. Williams' Pink  Pills.      They are the one thliigf- needed  to maintain thejiealth-of growing,giiis  and women, of -rhature yearsl -  Here is a bit'of positive proof of  the value Of Dr. 'Williams' Pink Pills  in cases of this kind. Miss Clara  Fraser, Thessalon, Out., has been  brought bacljXto health and strength-  through the timely use of this medicine, and gives expression of'her gratitude as follows^���������"I feet Ij. a duty as  well as a pleasure to tell you what Dr.  "WilliamsVPink Pills have done for  me. They have restored me to health,  if, Indeed., they did not save my lite.  I was suffering greatly from anaemia.  I lost flesh and always felt tired and  nervous. - At last I grew so weak 1  had to remain in bed. The doctor did  not seem to help me any ajid I was  growing weaker"; and my heart was  bothering me. > At last a friend who  called,"to secnie said, she had read of  a similar case restored by Dr. Williams' Pink- Pills and urged me to try  them. I felt helpless but decided to  take her advice, so my ms-ther got mc  a supply of .the pills and I began taking":''them, alt was.ynot long, before I  began to find benefit from' 'the use oE  the pills, and in less than iwd mcinths  my health^was restored. In fact .1  was iri better health than I had ever  enjoyed, before. ... I. stroiigly recommend Dr. .'Williams' Pink Pill's to all  who are weak and run down, for I feel  sure they witl not be disappointed."*.  You can get these pills from "any  medicine dealer or by mail at 50c rt  box.from The Dr. Williams' Medicine  Tin Added To B.C. Minerals  British Columbia's reputation: as a {Co., Brockville, Ont  mineral producing province received a  decided Impetus during 1025 when tin  was added to the list of valuable minerals, production of which has brought  the province to the  forefront in the  prodaucing areas of the\ world.  ������������ '���������       d������-|   In  certain  gulfs  and  bays the  tide  rises'as high, as 50 feoat  ,.   it never teduces the tJIze.ol* a claim  against an estate to file" It. ,  '0fJIllflB.^  Proved safe by millions and prescribed by pliysicians foi:  Colds      Headach^      Neuritis Lumbago  Pain        Neuralgia      Toothache      Rheumatism  W.   N.    U. , IG32  DOES' NOT. AFFECT -THE. HEART  M-ttll-M-W'-'-M-f--^^  Accept only "Bayer" pack-age  ���������which contains proven directions.  Handy ���������-Bayer"* boxes of 12 tableti  Alno bottle* oC 24 and 100���������BruffffinliB.  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Ve^y {Serious Food Skortatge  X> t^:i^  JL   -L/p t4,JLcLLX������UU  e racing |  Soy    beans,    peanuts   and  bananas  may"1  rank " among   tlie world's most  Important^ sources'of .TToodL and-, the  consumption bf fish" will, increase tre-  ' mendously in the next century,  thinks -Dr. 'Samuel  May Benefit Agriculture;;  Discovery  Made   By,.Member.'of Stjift  of the University-of Alberta,  Is Announced  .rt. discovery, which, may  be   *  of the department of biology at "Mas- reaching consequence to practical ag-  sachusetts-Institute  of  Technology.  Speaking ���������on '"The World's Food  Supply���������Its - Sources y and '-Preservation.*' Dr. Prescott revealed that" natural scientists, looking 100 years into  the future, are already searching the  eartli for new. sources of food and  seeking means of conserving the  known sources to avert a shortage**" in  the next century. -      .. '  It  "is* estimated,    he said, that the  riculture and especially to the cultivation of oats, has been made by Leonard  Huskins, member" of the staff" of tlie  University of Alberta, according to announcement in the London Daily'Tele-'  |,graph. - Working under Professor  Gates, of the department of botany at  Icing's College,* Cambridge, on th'e, sub-  3ect of genetics and cytology "of oats,  Mr. Huskins is'said, to have es"T3*b"t*Sli-  ^d - the  fact that  "fatuoid"  or  "false  United States .with a .population of ap-  -wild'" oats are a Special type of fiiuta  proximately     110,000,000.    now,     pro-  ' l **���������  <|uces    only' enough , food .to feed a  tion brought about by a loss of here  ditary   material   known   as. ���������chromo  population of about 140,000,000.      The'someSf 0������, by an interchange of certain,  fact   that the  world's   population  has  portions of them.  ���������doubled*   in    60    years, he pointed out j    it is considered that-as a result oi  Is an indication, of--the    importance Mr. Huskins' discovery the line of fe-  pf   losing   no   time   in   finding   new  search    for    the    total eradication of  sources of foods and using  the pres- ifatuoids should be fairly open,  ent supply^more effectively. i    Mr. Huskins is holder of one of the  The    ���������first''* great    retrenchment   in]three    scboTarships    offered    annually  the world's  food supply will come in'������n Canada by the- Permanent    Royal  Profitable   Lamb   Feeding  Illinois   Man's  Method   For  Preparing  -7* Stock For Market "-  '"Buying right and" selling to advantage are only half the" battle in profitable    lamb'-   feeding,'*  F. B. Lloyd,- of  Sycamore/ III., says.      He fattens 600  - lambs a.year-on his 240-acre farm. .  "For the first sixty days it costs little to-put on ten pounds of ga.in per  head.       The  lambs  have  the  run   of  cornfield,  meadow,  pasture and  stubble, picking up feed which otherwise  would go to waste.     At night ihey .get  a handful of barley and a little clover  or alfalfa hay.      If    the    rustling    Is  "good the  iambs  don't care for ��������� much,  other feed.  Afteiy, sixty days I shut thera up  and. feed barley and hay.- During the  last six weeks I feed a little com.  Usually tliey "top the market if they  have had half a start, while on rough  feed. ;     ^'.  As a rule I keep lambs four to five  months, depending upon Hie market.  By this time* a 55-p������und feeder will  weigh about- SO pounds, the size liked  best by huy ers. If tlie market gets  to acting-up during the feeding period  because .of the first cheap ten pound-s,  I'm in position to dump them at tne  original price, "or even a little less, and  still be ahead."  Points   TKe   Way   To   A  Stronger National Sentiment  And A. Stronger Lanadianism  Adds  To' Land  Values  Alberta May Tax Farms- Past Which  Telephone Wires Are Strung ? .  The Alberta Government has suggested a tax on lands past which teler  phones wires are strung,; and there  has been quite an outcry against the  Sir James Aikfns is one of Canada's  'constructive speakers and his address  to the members of the Montreal Junior Bar is a-notable and noteworthy  characteristic It points the way to  a stronger national sentiment and  therefore a stronger Canadianism.  There js no pursuit and no action that  meat, Dr. ^Prescott declared, in fore  casting, that the , present generation is51.  may live fo see a "great pfoporti6h"<of  its. meat coming from the tundras of  the Arctic and "the cpuntriesy_of the  tropics, where the goat and some types  of cattle can be raised.  Land in the temperate zone now  used for,, cattle raising, will in the  future be given over to intensive agrl- j *  culturaL purposes-wherever soil con-|  ditions and water supply will permit.  Corn will probably.xbe more generally used as human food in the future," and additional use will be  ma-de    of   grains    now often" scorned.  Commission  the  A-������  S2mjm.*i. if. a... va J-L  .,**  of  proposal.      Why,  says  one,  should- a  does not require united operation, and  farmer  pay  for  something  which  he | national  co-operation  in   Canada   can  does not want in* on  man secure^a phone?      But the phone.  users  point  out that often  the  main - to "understand one another's conditions  line    may    pass  many  unused  farms jof life and work, and, trying to realize  -jmexmng wnjcn ��������� ne i "**""-*��������� vaaVVw������u������u *u. -���������_iunua������ -.nu  ���������der to help another *be effected only through the different  Le?      But the phone!seetions an<a* different classes striving"  which 'are held for speculative purposes and as the -running of the telephone past these fai*ms certainly adds  to their value, why should .they not  -pay for thejidded value? , It. is significant that the United Farmers of Al-  berta have placed their imprimatur  upon the proposal, and it will probably become law.  -      _. -. ���������  Impressed With Canada's Wealth  ��������� ������������������������������������,m  Resources Worth Working For Says  Duchess of Athol  The Duchess of Athol, under secretary of. state for education, who has  returned tp London from a tour of  Canada is considerably impressed-with  trie" latent wealth of the Dominion. _.  In   an  interview  the   Duchess   said  _���������  that while Canada wag. already a great  and- wealthy country, the resources yet  Excellent   Ranching   District  Shipment   of   Cattle   Sent   600   Miles  North of Edmonton'  A. large number of c*attle were sent  this    spring    to     the Fort Fitzgerald  country, 600  miles  north  of Edmonton.       They  were   taken by   train  to  McMurray and thence by boat to their  destination.    ^Although   .the .Fitzgerald, district is far north, on the limits  of Alberta's boundary, it contains an  excellent  farming  and  ranching  area  'and has been proved suitable for the  raising   of   livestock.    "  This   will   be  Canada's*-farthest north ranching district.  ....    , .     ^       , to be developed  were well worthy ot  he   said.       Already  a  palatable ^flour | a]_       ��������� ^ gons and d       hter^ 0������ the  is being made from   -bananas,    which __..%_.- .   -        ...       .*__..  have  practically the    same    nutritive  value as potatoes, and such flour may  find use in connection with cereals in  supplying carbohydrates, according to  Dr> Prescott.     ���������   <  i British empire could devote to it.  |     One     conclusion     which   had-, been  ! formed on ber trip, she said, was' the  paramount- need   in  Canada   for more  male .and   female  immigration  of  the  "right sort."  Saving  Nitrogen  Fertilizer  Egg-Laying Contests  ~    '-"���������-  Improvement Brought About By Better  -Selection   of   Individual   Birds  The   Canadian   national   egg-laying  contests have now been in operation j  for six years,    ln a survey of tke work j  in his  latest    report    the    ������ominion.  poultry   husbandman., states   that   the  average  production  in   the   last  year  was  172.2 eggs per hen as  compared  with 122.5 eggs in the 1919-20 contest.  This  striking  improvement  was  in  a  large  degree brought about by better  selection  of--individual  birds  used  in  the contest, choosing pullets of proper  age and development, advanced, methods   of  breeding,  and   improved   contest  management.      Production  costs  in the contests show that the average  bird brings a net    Income    of    $2.80,  which is a fairly good profit.  Advantages  Of  Egg  Grading-  Results'  4  ih   Stronger   Demand  Better Prices  and, In  Saskatchewan  Egg  Pool  "The new Saskatchewan .Egg Pool  'within one week shipped" from tlie  .Saskatpon "branch   seven- carloads   of  The advantages of egg^ grading are  eggs to Montrealv and eastern  points.   tlle  double  purpose  of  purifying In  \/i/mv\im<������     m/M-_a     QTinovont     CmIT&w-    flflV '_. - .���������* .____���������_._-���������        __-*.    -urn^-Ai**     cnnnlv    and     r^F    Tklnr������in*i*"    r_n     t������'  Jpeaoming   mojre   ^ppaj-ent   every-  day j As  ^any as  three hundred   cases  of  and it is resulting in' a rapidly increas- I eggs a day are bein^ received and Sas-  ed per capita consumption^ According tb .officers of the Dominion livestock branch this increased consumption .has" amounted to over ten dozen  eggs per person in the last five'years.  and during'.'" th at y period prices have  been more uniform and more profit-,  able to producers ,th*tn ever before.  Theygreatydeterrent -in the way of in.-  ciieased production in the past has  been the fact that too often one egg  found -to .-��������� be 'good was no criterion of  "what the next would be. Grading h������.s  resulted iu a ..dependable product,  thereby'Increasing the demand and.  maintaining the price.  katoon's daily total exceeds the ccvi-  bined daily receipts of, all other provincial  branches-.   ', a. ,;'-,-- 7  Men resemble whales. They no  soonei*y get ��������� to the top than they begin  to blow.; ' * '������������������  New Product May Soon, Be* Placed  - On Market  Eaeh year 240,000 tons of nitrogen  are lost down the sewers of the United States. -The-"first- step in the recovery for the farmer of this essential  plant food has been taken through tne  erection of an $8,000,000 sewage disposal plant at Milwaukee, Wisconsin.  "*3y using a new method of sewage disposal, Milwaukee plans to accomplish  lei  tne  water, supply  and  of  placing on  market*a new organic fertilizer.  Real Estate Values .  The United States paid^$295-an acre  for the Virgin Islands, $35.S0 an acre  for the Canal Zone, 28 cents for the  Philippines and 2'''cents for Alaska.���������-  Dearborn .'Independent.  Fox Farming In Manitoba "*"  - Fox farming has been.making con-'  siderable progress in the Brandon district during the past'couple of years.  Two large ranches ai;e now located  quite close to Brandon, in. which a  large sum.' of money has been invested. A syndicate has about 57 pairs  of silver black foxes, while a pool has  about 17 pairs of the same^kind of animals on a newly established ranch.  Alberta   Sands   For   Paving   Purposes  Definite - arrangements for testing  the McMurray sands for ..paving purposes have again been entered into  between the Edmonton civit authorities and Thomas Draper, owner of extensive holdings in the north. Similar experlmerits ��������� to those made last  summer will again, be performed.  Pleasure Toiirs Iiisteatd of/Train Tri-ps During English Strike  Likes  Canadian  Cattle  Shipment of Steers Pleases a Former  .Opponent on  Cattle. .Trade. In  .7;Brltaii-r .' yi7y. ",  Col, fl. A." Mullins; CCpnpei'vatlvo,  Marquette) said in the '"House'of. Commons that he had received a letter  from Lord Ble'tllsloe, uncler-ftecretary  of state, for agriculture in. 'the British  Government, staling that-he had received. 100 Canadian steers and that  he was vory much pleased with theni.  Lord Bledisloe was formerly- an'enemy  of the cattle trade. ' "  Colonel   Mullins  asked   if anything  waa being clone to facilitate, the Ivan a-  -portation of Canadian, cattle; #  Mr. Motherwell said .'-that everything possible waa being dpne. /New  pla n a were}' now a foot and later developments might be expected.  Big  Oil   Production  With a sinfflo well producing oil of  exceptionally high qrialHy at a rale -of  1.10,000 bnrrela a year, tlie- value ol' lhn  oil resources of Southern Alberta  Bcewrn about to be established, .This  well Is the largest *irc)iluclng wo 11. in  Cmnuda.  A mlWa-miei'o-ae-eond, a millionth  oC a mil lion t It of a. second, can ,now  be nien-ftured by ������ now invention,-.  as far as possible one another's point;  of' view.       Sir James  Aikins'  speech  displays a' disposition to direct every  possible means to this end.     lie finds  in the older provinces of Quebec and  Ontario inspirations of spirits, visions  of hope that as they are realized >will  enhance   the   greatness,   progress  and.  prosperity of the Dominion, and kindred sentiments, he tells us, are being  firmly   fixed  in"  the   minds - of  young  Canadians in Western Canada.     First  aifections   naturally   belong -to   one's  own provincc-but there must be a win-  isgness   to  comprehend all the  other  provinces and ^bring them within the  scope of liberal consideration.    As Sir  James    put    it.    "Love your province  first arid endeavor to make it the best.  Th.en try to see. Canada as a whole*.'*  In    this    way    Canada may be made  strong as a nation',- enabled to take advantage "of her opportunities "and  become a leader in the coterie of nations  known as the British empire.  To  this  end, something more   than  the   natural   growth   of   population   Is  needect.in a country of such vast extent."     The   natural   law  of  increasu  must be aided by    immigration    from  abroad.      This was  advocated, by  Sir  James with the reservation that people who are allowed "to come into t tne  Dominion from foreign lands shall tie  subject tQ careful control.      He went  on to deplete Canada*^ tendency to become   a   "population   exporting   country,'", and stressed the need of keeping  youngr Canadians at home in order to  realize   fully  the . great 'Opportunities  of the country." " The Wality of the  need is  fully reco^gnizeclL     ^The huge  magnet tb the south contibues io attract  to  it  mauy of  Canada's enterprising and adventurous citwens  and  no doubt it is inevitable that it always  will  attract a  certain   number, but  a  government with an    aggressive,    enlightened    policy     could  reduce- and  simplify  the costs  of public  administration,    bring    about    a reduction of  taxation    and    enhance     trad*, "��������� and  thereby reduce emigration to the irreducible^ minimum.      But this    is    a"  political  phase of the  question'. which  Sir  James   Aikins  of, course . did  not  touch upon or suggest.      He confined  himself    strictly    to national aspects,  pointing to Canada as a quarter of tbe  world in which right efforts put forth  will-be certain to'bring about prosperity on a gigantic scale.      Canada has  a great national destiny and the spirit  that,    permeates    the    speech   of   Sir  James Aikii\s is calculated to encourage all who are anxious to challcng-j  that destiny.-���������Montreal Gazette.  V  Would  Teach  Housewives  llJlllllllll^  Noi i-'Vat'ii a m-uvvii. .sfrlk.i .Involving  ������ome four million work erf* Interfc-rod  with Canadian .Pacific Hallway traiiH-  liorlatlon In England.. Tlie company  held huge ehny-n-banCH In read In en a lb  convey paaaengerB from inland cltieH  ���������to; seaports where the vesHcOs l.bos.  wlaiied to board were leaving.     Above  dlasa   Pacific:   liner   Mbnlroynl   lcavl.-nj_  tlio     company'a   ' ofilcee,   ."Trafalgar  Sttunro,**   London,     for  Liverpool,   on  Thursday,  May  6.      Tlio motor  care.  ran  on regular  I rain time  achcdulcB,  giving,.the iravellorB. Hinple time to  make the uhuhI arnan^omeiitH. All or  the   travail era   voted   the   motor   trip  W,    N.    V.    .16112  ������  are sliown   paaHi'iigi-r."-   I'or  line  Cana* [through  England well    worth    while.  M "hi bir-i-l In Mny, old KnK!;-.uil pre-  aunts' beautiful foiling -town-.," Ion-*  aliaily roads und charm Ins views, affording a two hundred mile pleasure  tour IiiRlead of a mere train run.^. In  order to carry out all obligation)-* fully  j.o patrons the Dominion bJupresw Company luul a complete lleet of motor  vans chartered to deliver and rcci'lvc  Hhlpmciita during thotrlUe.  /_ dvocates Expert to Educate Housekeepers .Re Points On Beef  Several ..speakers * at. lhe annual  meeting" bf the; Eastern Canada  Livestock Union held in Toronto emphasized the need for,a "better beif"  campaign throughout the 'Dominion.  Equal in importance with the neces-  t-lty .of improving * the quality of beet  was the'necessity' for educating the  consumer to an appreciation of what  good beef really jneant.  W, H, Porter,"bt London, On��������������� ad-  vocat-."-! -hi* r-mpllej'mpnt by th<- t'ed-  eial livestock branch of an expert  who woulilbe available for educational work among consumer-*, to give  practical -JUmioriptrations- of iM-' t.llWr*r-  ence b������?tween good -cuta and poor on**-".  Canadian housewives, as a general  thing, did not know good beet'rh-rlareil  Mr. Pus-U-i*.  At A Stand-stilt  "Ves." Hrtld  the youn������  writer.  "I've  got    pr������tty    deep    Into my n*.*w novel  now."  '"Ah," r^murked Mm liiend, "the l������lot  Is ihi������.l_c������-iiin������, 'ehl"  "Ye-*. I friK'.*"-- 1������, If*', at any rate, I'm  ifctUCfe.''  ttumiK jaum aj������-Mimj������i,������  wuiu wwiamnnnpaii ujUMummfmniwi* -������."���������������.* 1E..J. ^.M-X  TKB CBESTCT^   _a*K������IBW  warn  Announcement  "We hav6 pleasure in announcing the  opening of our new store at Creston.  r -      ' "''  **  Conveniently located on Canyon Street, in  the'shopping district, we are better prepared.  than ever to serve customers.  We have  FEED.  a full line of GROCERIES and  A store  for your convenience,- backed liy  the real pioneers of your district..  - . - *- ' v-.fc- - '  Come in and get acquainted..  Gresfos Valley Be-BperafwB Assn.  TWO STORES  CRESTON  ERICKSON  AngiieaiiBliurch Services  SUNDAY, AUGUST ������  CRESTON  8 a.m.���������7.S0 p.im.  WXNNDBL  11 a.m.  E Miss Ethel Merfcon of Lethbridge,  Alberta, is a Creston visitor this week,  & guest of Mr. and Mrs A. N. Couling.  For Saue oa RENT^-Residential  property with two acres and four-  room bungalow. Apply K. Walmsley,  Box 5. Preston.  Local and Personal  Bathing caps, regular 85 cents,  clear at 53 cents, at V. Mawson's.  to  Por  shape,  Office.  SAEB-r-Poi-d  a    bargain.  truck.  Apply  in" good  Review  Fob Sai������B���������Grade cow', just* freshened with calf, good milker. J. Sherwood Creston.  Imp. Dunwoody of Nelson, in charge  of the provincial police in Kootenay-  Bounddry, was here on an official  visit on Monday. y  Fob Saxe ��������� 4J foot JD&ro mower  with four blades. Also a Massey-Har-  ris hayrake. both in good condition.  A. Muckie, Boswell. '  I C. O. Rodgers was. a Calgory,  Alberta, visitor, o few days last week,  for a meeting of the Mountain Lumbermen's Association.  weeks , holidaying   with    friends  at  Arrow .Lakes points.  ���������v..  Business at tbe Creston office, of the  provincial police for July was fafrfy  satssfact-oiye the cash turnover total--  line: *^536f of which amount $301 was  for auto Ef censes.  Mr. and Mrs. Barker and family and  Misa-U. Cotterill ofi Chicago, lllv were  motor visitois to Creston this week,  and spent a few days with Mv. and  Mrs. IL A. Palfreyman-  wm  Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Ryckman and;  children <>f Kellogg, Idaho, arrived  this week by auto on a .visit'with  Oreston friends, and are guests of his  mother, Mts. S. Ryckman.  Mi a. Henderson returned ou Priday  from a few day's" visit with friends at  Spokaue. Miss Jean Henderson is  also home from a week*e camp with  the Cranbrook -C.G.I.T. at, Moyie Lake.  Lost���������On Sunday, August 1st, be*  tween Fourth Street, Creston, and  Porthili, khaki jacket in which was a  purse containing $10 bill. Reward^ bo  party returning same to Review Office;  Cieston . BOard of Trade meets in  August session on Tuesday night next  and a full turnout is asked ih order to  make arrangements for the expected  visit of the Vancouver business men  on August 31st.  The weather "still continues dry, 1510 '  rain having been encountered since  the showers of July 12th. I>ue to the  heavy stnoke^.pali the heat ia. not so  severely felt. The early mornings ar^  quite chilly in fact.  lhe Game Conservation Board has  issued the hunting regulations for  1626 which* amongst other things,  provides for a two-day shoot of pheasants in the territory west of Kootenay,  Landing at the middle of October.  UdLi-"s,Mary and Arthur Dew of  Piiest River, Idaho, aud former residents of th|e section, spent a few days  at the end of the week renewing-  acquaintance*-, and were Saturday  guests of Mr. and Mrs.  M. J. Boyd.  SCHOOL' BOOKS  f  Mra. and Miss Marjorie Hamilton  were visitors with. Proctor friends a  few days last week. '""  Mrs. Hurlburfc of Moosejaw, Sasfc.^  is here, at present on a visit -with her  mother, Mra. Pransen.  Mrs. K. Br Staples spent a few days  with Spokane /friends last week, returning on Friday last.  Mrs. R,, Walters and Mrs. R. S.  Bevan are Spokane visitors this week,  leaving on Wednesday.  Creston school trustees are calling  for tenders fer the winter's supply of  fuel, bids to be in by September 1st.  Cow Fob SAILS���������Holstein, six years  old, fresh one month, guaranteed in  every way, -$86.    G. Davie, Canyon.  Miss Cotterill and Misses Edith and  Winnifred Palfreyinan were Spokane  visitors for a few days early last week.  Mrs. and Miss Carter of Blah-more,  Alberta, were visitors here a few days  lost -week, guests of Dr. and Mrs.Lillie.  Christ Church ladies gathered in a  littie better than $40 at their garden  concert at W, A, Kemp's, Eriekson,  on July 28t*h.        ''  Mrs. A. E. Davies and Gladys, with  Mrs. W. Fisher and two children, are  Nelson visitors this week, guests bf  Mrs. F. N. Thompson.  Palmer &Maxwell this week report  the sale of two more 1920 Chevrolets.  the buyers being A. E. Davies and A.  Lovestrom of Wynndel.  The village - bank account was enlarged by $1071.00 this week���������Creston's  share of the provincial liquor profits  for tbe last half of the fiscal year.  Lionel Moore and Georg* Bush, who  have be-m working at Whitewater for  the past few months, are spending a  vacation at their homes in Creston.  House Fob SAi.B���������7-room house for  Apply Creston Drug & Bodk  R, G*. L. Clark of Vancouver, chief  B,C. fruit - inspector, was a Creston  visitor on Thursday last, and at the  Forsyth Smith meeting spoke briefly  on thi new tomato grading regulations which' came into force this year.  Up to the firat.of the month bnt six  residents outside the village have  taken out dog licenses. Owners of  canines are warned that this license  must be paid and are asked to come in  andy secure their licenses and avoid  tsouble. ' ,-*'  -  About SO of the young people of  Trinity United Church left on "Wednesday for Sanca Creek for the annual  ten-day camp. This year they are in  charge of Mrs, T. Dickson, Mrs* T."  Slingsby, Rev. J, Herdman and W.J.  Truscott. '       /  Miss  Lillian Cherrington, who has  jiist^ graduated from Nelson business  sale   by   owner,   located    -abraT the I college, spent a few days at her home  track, and close_ in, modern convent | here this week, leaving on Wednesday  ences.  ���������Sftore.  To-night /and   Saturday   are   to be  bargain nights at the Grand which   is  screening the well known Grnze production, "* 'The Pony Express," at the  regular prices*.  Mrs. (Rev.) Uewby left at the first of  the week with the family for RobsOn, LB_dri Martin   and   Mrs.   T.  where she will spend the next three j They will be gone a week.  for Kimberiey where she has secured a  situation as assistant C.P.R. agent to  that town.  About a dozen of the members of  Trinity United O.G-LT. went info  camp on Monday atthe dyke at "V^^'st  Oreston, in charge of Ml*_4 Atlcet Coni*-  fort, who is as8lstedybjp' .Mr, and Mrs;  Good wiii.  COMING TO  CRANBROOK  His  Majesty's  ONE DAY ONLY  [Monday; Atigyie  rnttm r>KK]Mti������3������t band of the britibii bsmpirbj  Bventng Pm^aui wlU lie entU-ely dltToreot from ACtcrnoon.  THE MUSICAL TREAT 9 TWENTY YEAR������  A COMMUNITY EFPOltT under th* autpleen of CRANBROOK ������BRV10K 0LUUB���������  GYUO, G.W.V.A., H.P.O.E. Bind HUTABY  a  -__*-*'<_#--%t____v m*>'*������ mt"itfm.^'W^dfw ������������������������������������ i ���������    ' i - ii *           m. "���������"���������"___i*"!*____,w ___i w**"*^vnr_F** '  I   0 I B"*y ff    Ba ������Ur 1 "���������%������ warn 11 Ervc*. injQii rE t Vm      ������m &C _H l\a mm. m%z B 1^1 1������  ll^"Vi#J.^%_^JtiiJK*i SL mjf1 ww MMM B_J%? IA*������*** JBJLB 4n������AmJ^I.^Qink JL^JEtA^art^  ���������_  Advance BB8BRVK BTBAT HALE -start-* MONO AT**, AUGIJf-lT 0th.   Mall Orders Oity and Out-of-Town  nceept-fid eommeriielng AugiiHfc 2nd, whan ������tt*eo*iip*nled with rcmlttanrn- pine tax,  PRICES:   Uvemng���������$1,50,, plus* tax. Aitmrmxm���������Ghildmn 25o.; Adults $1,00, pirn tunc.  m  nEIILDKKN SHOULD1 A.TrjfiND,    A flp<������cln1 Projeframtrue hfl-ijwn arrfflogetl ^1'or the* nffc^rnoon concert.  it. in part oi their hihbu-siio^**i- nwiiiiiaj-jini-iioij. XA:_"C-������~������?Z������Gm' laiukoi., iSu.g   #J.*.(n> MuiawU "wa*  er Your textbooks  Our stock wiii fe������ compiete/bjat we must  your requirements before school starts so  as to cause no delay. Tell us the -Grade  and we will toll you the books you need.  DRUG & BO!  GEO. H. _K_BI____Y  If  C_������T_  fbes  year nres ana  uced Prices  /���������  PREIV18ER   GARAGE  PALAVER _. &    EWBAXtS/EtLL  service: on anything OPERATED BY GjASOUNE  .-  _  o*-*s  SUGAR.  SALT  ROLLED OATS, ate.  No Ma-thine will run long Without  Effective  Lubricatioii  mmwmmmwmmmmummmmtKwmmm^mmmmmmmmwm^mmmwmmmmmmmml^^i^m^mwmmWmmmmmmmWmmmmmmmm^mmmmmmmmm.  : ,       , "     '       * i      i   i '''"*. i   i  '     *a___s %  And a lot bf Oil and Grease can be  -  bought for the! cost of one repair.  We can supply all your needs in Oil and Grease  ���������_7r'rHigh;g^^  '���������-'>  -rr-  SBM  r-  /.  "wWmttSMM   ATm. M MM    AW'ttTM ' B' V  B.C. FOREST SERVICE  m  m  Em  osibsbm


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