CANYON ROAD SOON COMPLETE "The road leading up into Twelve Mile canyon, which has been undergoing under-going improvement during the pasl several weeks, is practically finished from the left hand fork to what is known as the old Water Power,'' said Clarence Peterson to a Kews man yesterday. Mr. Peterson was in town for a brief visit to his family and he reported work as progressing progress-ing nicely on the road improvement. "There are yet a Tew places to be blasted and some four or five culverts cul-verts to b) installed," continued Mr. Peterson, "when this part of the road leading into the thickly wooded section sec-tion and beauties of the canyon will be complete. A c:-ew of men are now at work on the Brch Creek part clearing the highway of rocks, finishing fin-ishing the new dugway and adding the last touches to the bridge which 's being built. If nothing unforseen happens the road will bo finished and ready for travel within the next few weeks." Mr. Pets; son stated that the mountain moun-tain sections had been heavily drenched with rains during the past few weeks and that the ranges were in the best condition they had been this season. Stock, he added, was looking fine and the death rate thus far showed far less than last year at the same time.