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Creston Review Oct 26, 1917

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Array m02>'#f$:  ^Vv^vg~?.s;,;w^^  TaPaPaa ly'irMiMN-'ii"'^!.'^^'^ "^'"Vii'iil-ii' fi'^'i-V"''^''^;' Y',: A vy*j 'AV:^ ?^A������Ai^:',^i^sts^^g^^  W?:  ������-A,  from'the nmcb at GoatfeU,  RfeEy  D. MartocsU-lbs ex-firewater dis?  tributor at the Kitchener HoteL was  in town oa Sunday swapping greeting with bis friends;   #5 wl-nlvback,  HW^Ogsgiife:^  . crop would be around 8.600 crates;  should haye xe������a -^OOOt-f aridievieBw  would seem iow^iow final returns are.  rsia&.-sSJ'iV  Creates motored through *tb* ������������������-*���������  on  Monday,    Rceom|iian'ied   by  **������.   Jien^m-*$r9f!4-^.^w...  atf the Erickeon tomato   " ������������������"- m^t  crates, the 5*������diner ranch - another.  Xfflk,'-while suehr other. ffrowerw aa  Kecnp._ CuininK. Lonff. Dew* Little-  John, Fraser -fcSon, and a few more  Would  probably swell 'the -total  to  \:^������;*>  ^ggiA������B&t$  ;!f���������is;Ta*-^'>i:*.-���������;^.-r���������;���������^,"  ;s?:dhfi  ^^^s^-ffi-A^-      <H^*.'*^i*-*jBjfci:^^  citlsena have  ^nl^-^ittsalifcehav  >n. TuiRssday evening  i;afc&3&;inJ^ewiiMa-  m&kwmpApmp^m 'mmmmB  SSSK':  s^ss*--  . ?|B^^3^������%i^i-s'3B^v-B^^*������i^iy;.  tock the train from  hepe to Spokane.  for  their home in Cranbrook  after  &&t.i9^$>'i������^&^  ^lirig^  s&wmill, two miles east of town, is  now'fittm^et^ jsjid will be running  ^f^HpWait^aflnlie^  "A;;'&'*'s\^^^^^  Reports that. Jim Johnston, Sslro  was in charge pf the mill construction, was awarded_the B.O.&S. are  wholly incorrect. Ho missed being  decorated by at least SO days by actual  V^W5ni������^  following day.-  *iVVw������^]f^ea^Vi^  and ch*ddi*enof Spokano  iaro^lsf^^':^^  ;G*BM^������''''*^  i^iindi^^V-a^,:'Ht  Creston callers  M  Hagen,  Neis.  "-���������n^wjv  from here I  mi  ia. for the purpose  the.; new political  ' by/the formation  "���������Rv  :=*���������:*  ArXr'iA^i&r^-i  VMs������. Simian ofVl^thbrii  who Is on Her; way to Mirror I^ako fco  reside, spent- a" few  days  here thia  Ivft:  week with Bits. E, P-irher,  tte. Jack Smith, who-bas been at f  his home he.re for a c9U{de of months  left    yesterday a for Toronto,' ���������'���������'--"���������(j'fi'fci  " ���������*'���������".���������irtlf^g^a^^  :?atfci   handi^p^Vcruich-feyJ  ^mb������^^ese?v^  vs^iys*^;  A: lindley "of the B.C^Friiit ^lar*r  " "'l^ShlBd^fpaf^^^^.^^^  her������ the for������ part of J-he ^eek.;;.He  was looking the Valley over' tmiifeW  TVb'  -W^shbii^Siiiil^^w^-^  ported to be in fine shape this season.  *y^ *,-.*;t-',..-. .���������:     ?mA,;-.s\   '���������~'.j.:,T'-���������.���������.-A\~^A','."a:-^a\ -5t'm*'P '���������*''.   ���������;'....' '"*': '-'"'.������������������"���������-.*'"'���������'  -: ���������P'.^ Ahdestain; was'^,-vi^tor-at Ecick������  ssin -. on V Weidnesday;, where he. par-  chased a couple of milch cows. HeIs  ngintodairjdngsti-on^  imsfc������i^������^KV''"-^'f'S  y^delwei^ 5^;-,io^^s speakers who .'-  ^a*retF������ih^s^brBd: Rs-jfes Rbvibw-  goes tkTpr^ss, *^ter V-which  the  jy^sj^^������*^l8al)taVsi^s^K^  , ^^.������^^0^ a^nd^he^nVention V':-  , ^������tV Whl^ya V^^ ���������  e .nmonist  si^minfidied'.--.V.VVVv  iin^ihyifc^;  ^^ . . ^ife-l-fide-':-.-'���������  section should  ^^���������cdnventi-ijwvi  ind the  Valley  :i������Vdoa^";w^  t^'-toV-ifaiis::.  Valley be  simlid������;Oiatte  nothing better than drive, a sawdust  ������������rts or sqme' old ones who should  neveK have ������{ot past the clocioV. Some  of tbe oldei* hands in thi -crew here  'leftftsl^htecgi^ii^E^   .1tt+..m..-*.'*^rtt>t^tm-.'ir.ti,t&*i-^';-m?^-\*f.^  are the cwoi^t>V3������ci^^ i They  ^^ha^V:tw^id^:;-sth^|wer^  coming - -Across-* sort , of toV- feee- the  country and have a i*im*������; r-athe? 'than  to lumber-jacket so long ae the war  lasted." the prospect" of having  a^btfe^ 18 months of it to  4a Ind *& the death sentence, to hear  ''$h^'<jb&^^  V-^'^^W^jia^ha^  the corps '*Shce7Iv s|oIned" it������^^M%was  in August, when .one of the men.died  from the effects of too much- booze  white on iiw tramp home from-Esher  ���������tiojithie^^^  ttjf0i&''0k-i%ti-ii^  approved military Vfa^ioi^SD^ased  waa a KovaVSeotf������inao. about 23 yearia  of age." W* haye erected one o'r the  pettiest monuments I have ever seep  a^his^ave, Suitably inscribed, and a  mapI|vlei������^)owing prominently on it.  V A^Wiisr": Tfati)piia&  uept. 15th   and am expecting to go  backiVto  f������haiV ^  starts -sawing.P^sawFiaiftfteVBritish;  Ccdumbia news inV VtheH;vjDanadriyy  maga*tine, published weekly. iplx>n-  _ 'Sopi-";&teutj-}'^  i|TradeVasking (tfieVjf^vet-nnientiVtoVi^  claim  ..',' "r ���������' ���������' U'jJ'1 ������'! 'aPav^S^ '���������M-Jxr A'-A:v-. i^A Wt&^&J$  '"���������''- A-    .-���������"*-* ,^~^'jMWMmm\mWtBmWMmVsM*mmm*mtmmmmW-'' ''A'.   1^"     "   ������*"'l-l* ' .' ^ J ���������J*'"'- " ' ������������������.'''    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"^.'\^* ? .*��������� '.'"'* "K '* .'-.'*r **> : /���������''>''-----:-V:-.V*''*>.;!" ;���������,'.-"-; *;-/*'��������� L ���������*������������������./ '''V-. -.",.'. .���������'���������ppAtyJ'r-,'\-;,.xm^jtt^i  ���������wei^'.^OSwtlibibt;cane^  :-*#^ing:ii^itfot^th^yB^  'drive1itUvl^;. ������sV:-aV!-n^  'tiiiSsi 'as ;'i---*v:A--^'������- -���������������;r*nrr. ix^^. jn. ji'^^^vt���������i^^������.*.--a-i&/..!i;/^Sas  uuiuk usaiaioiiii ijoA/wwt������������������'J^������v*sv.������r������������������������.'c"'������'y' '.'"'s/wis���������  Mi*.   Aspey wa^ a Creston caller  bet ween tmibs on FridayJas^ ���������;���������: VV- ��������� VyV  ~r-AA-Ar'-AAr-?~rAAAA':r^i't-i-AA::-r.^~. ~:v'~?r.vA.-'A-i'':y:'Ar  '���������'^"������������������^sffi'pi:"  ThealBn^s^^C^'i^-'J-^ee^  s^tla^t^yisthe^siisualv  ���������A-AA',rm$  >^'V:st^*S.i������l  For "the   winter  Tuesday   night  good   attendance,  months 4t  th6 sei*yice Will be change -^;sWt^net^vft:'Ii^isl^  ;da5r.-eveninawy;*;':-^-." -������������������-> ���������.y:y^:;---.: yy--.'-������-ry.-f-^ -a->aa^assass  Vv'-'-T,"..'-1 ���������..'.'."''",      -|^* i".;. ,"   .    I',-; - ���������   ���������;'.' -^ ���������"���������-;''.���������:������������������"' '. ' , '^"      ���������''*������������������.,.*'���������<!;   V-V"'- '���������'"���������'. " '"* '-'��������� -'���������'������- "i'**- -*,'1'������?fii������li  ;#'i^?pi^^yh^:--:t^--.iiai  a milch cow this Week*} an animal he  ^���������Mi^^?i^e^i^.^i^ :firbm -Mr;  ���������'0|pi^^Y^#^!S������?^ :^- V ;Vs'-: Vi-V -- VV: r AT A PAT. PP$^  ^aniOT^w^iaiGe--.  iij)fi~vi'tujvut<$_   4, '^*^*^  r.'-i*-;'.-  ^���������^^tical Opinion. ^  ilfii^^l^ipn'fi'aSlaV��������� ��������� j t^.K;rvv^ii^ -^  '������omL.__  sTstersVbfali   .. J8Ip3j-hfec^  felleh/yini-tet^n^ are entitled 1 o  illimUemi-mWmt^  ;'VZ'-;y?f*A?:~-~s&j%&&#        *  "������������������" " "'"   -----  AAA;rAAiA;AdS&m  ... ^ - .��������� ...'���������'Sew'j^-.";iin-;V'*|>iBE''.-''^^p:.^^  | much taken   up  with thoTidea anel  aii^^iejil^  PApAPp^]Ppr^pAT-Ai^$Pi^P!  I������- .      .. ...... ,     -  ���������]fctdni^v������'Srtd^v������������S^^  atttea*|i0^fromVtl%^  \;-ri'.^;;.^:;  ^^^^^^^^^M  PSsP^P^M?  tA:iA,PA'P>AA.rm:w-~^^  "'���������^-.���������'^'^.vcd-VvV^  :;^'-:������";^^^  ^;:v^:->^^r3iBlteBi*l^  "r" "*'"'"-''-'"  w.s.'.|./.-'i'.s'.f.,u*CDO  Mes;^ Hobd;VlCarrand^Rds5^  -luaiother week ^nd on the Jjunt" for  eight or. ten head of cattle^ that are  mussing from aocal herfa and are' supposed td be >'sinV-theV��������� Atrdw-v Creek  ^stxioti^A'-P:^^  5?as  ihswa^tner:  ��������� ���������_ r*---*B*M-.d'.7,L -A*n-ml;i*mxfOiC!x'*L%^ .���������; ���������"w-.v s .*���������&  Hdvituu'r-uouo "artsn  day^venis^griilast.;  largelyattended*Vthe������%l^in^at^#ast.-  20 tahfesat -sarins, ahdjbhe lack-|r;w^n-  &&������':$$!&  :Btt$eia*:'Pmiii^Mi&  Billy ^iigc:wboV bad iillthe bad luck.  Thegw'se'**-fra8^^^^  I Or������sler,\and *i������^^2ai C?>X Mx-P P"?i*idn  ofthc^S;  li *l^Ji!*J^JT*jJ ar.;.  ^ _.iuei|WadBr    _jN>r!fe:j������*������^^  SAgiand; TWts week we -?^^fortunate  itr'again * hearing fronii ptov. Young,  "~:**-"': -'has. ������������������ ijuifeibiE^^tteBai^ri^''?'*ti-  ���������^���������PU-^-Fj-.^Wj^  mill, is talking theVflrst real holiday in  u year,, and is spending a few days iri-  |^l(^a.vSVi;^V-sH3VV;'y#-'iy;;-���������' y^-^f PTpP  "���������''Btes.-: Gus.. Sheebau Viibd children  returned-on Sunday from a few days  yisit wiUi: JifelMBif^^  jounced to talfe the Presbyterian  se-i-^ij^VbeTe- onV Sunday*afte^^^  He^a^^Ba^-r^vCh^stott'w  t^j^P^^^^^fB^ife^ -  ^wwiXKi^js^s^SMintsisiijaK-=; .aas*ijiSS������aas.5^iiKi^iii'-;.3  S|^**ji������������lS>...������^J.Jfi3^lf.a?;J3!**^'S*^^  Pelton  '-?<���������  iW  ^Ci*^^%������^^bin>^i^  '^lisgJlip^iPVl^^wlSlf^^  ^t^ji^pcui^^  w%&  made ap ansmcious  stai*t i-at Ip;hmiseteB^������[g; :^Mt^^������30������W0^^,  ���������Xi&n&tiieft-mWi$TiW  . _^*^fts&^!a.>j$;2;j^  2SSfrKt������^^5?^ife^*e**gJ^ . ...,^=flt]  ^Bay^'^^is^last^^m^d^e^  V^:>^'/>V--?;-'^-{^  ^V"W<MtdhoB^a^iisVl)iei^*fo^  ^i^s^fi^r-^raiiiSi^ his;  ? i What > lookB -to 'be the 19X7 record  for pprk raising is cUimed: by W. A.  Pease, who butchered a yeaiM>ld hog  omi day this week that drcsssd SSS  piimnds. yThe:^������������Boifl|!iK;i-pif������ror>of';-'the;  sortrs  '.fdiw^liv^i^ij^iwint������<n;':  ���������"���������I  ; i*S -  ���������/;..  ������:  :^'^  iOjM\&'':'i*mm-rti!V9i.&  CraUbttwk  for the Wctek-end at the  ranch*  'Mr. BrOwnrigg has a job in  that oity and we hear thoy will spen^l,  the winter therp. ^v.;.;.,^"'  _,  Sircar.:���������' ���������. ��������� liie  ^drawing   for p. tli-ft  'tiiWl^A-Mffi'P*^^ Pre-  f-reshmente dancing rwas,*theorder of  the. evening^ andffor furhisbing^tiie  tgimm&Q'TXi&t.iirtPiffi  takes;this opportunity :to express its  thabks Vtb ^rthe   C^to-q^   orchestra.  Y.iiatakimmir":th  $65, on receipt of a donation of $10  %rom E, Butterfield pf.5Wynndel,^ eu-  closed with "Which���������'{ was' iitill ahoiher  ,|i*i������.^';Mfs;.;P.'���������:J;*ltta^.'q|f; ffifS.   For this  fenero.us; remembrance the society is  MgrSy/lJFiateM^  ��������� 'v'T'-v'- "';:��������� ���������'.":''f ��������� "Pf. a  ��������� .';���������*V ..'-"-' ��������� ': - y>., .-.'v.  ������������������.- -���������:...;���������. '-TA A   '>;*'.���������:'������������������ ��������� *..S'r.*i*"'     ���������      .....,,:-  ^..  R. J. Long left oriu lyodnesday,  business trip to Nelson. ; If he rati  onn  ran get  things in sbJapeho pioposea exhibiting  at the Spokane fruit fair; Inspector  ClarkaV pronouncing the Delicious  apples on this ranch to be the equal of  anything;in RO. this yoat*.  'vvBft^:   spending a few days with  ii^ir. parents,  Earthant, in Susser.,- 'Among' oWeir  tbings h^: writelis; :0^p^PP^'PP^0^W:<  r0^'4^n0Sn^^^oj^ai j^m^t^ar^iati  EarthanierectingVa mill and huts.  .^mb^i^be^b^'fli^^a  20 inches at^^ the: stnnipi Tree^abo  BOfeetof timber, imdimba>*^;iWfSet;  Or s<>, and tops are Vvery. J^richyV  Ver* few, bf T onf boys ever Worked in  bai*dwood before and Vtbeyy do not  fancy';- iti 10;yjbd 16' treWi a day.vis  enough-torfivemonto:fell;and lihibr  branches^ of coui������e. have to be burned.  ;'f.',-fTU1������lierv!l'r,:'yj^^hf^^  tpol^^; handles and;'''���������rill^*r'.';8jbock������i':',-'i������������e;-  usually What is mado ti-oTdKrifc; so ybtf  will have Van idea;hpw,*ihaw; it Vis,*  There are W9: acK*esof it, and wo ha,vo  to finish it wai-v or no war���������possibly  eighteen months work on the job.  Ono mill tvill be ready in a week, and  tbo old one at Esher when through  tboi������,:which will be about a month  yet   Tho Willis Will"be abmit  :Dii)fo-:X}itmWm^  land^eslii<ft^j^y^t������eViiiwm^  the 'dance,; ;vfbfch was '��������� the  Closing  feature.. iMiteitessierWMttev brought  hionte th^ladfes^priJW'^-cSn^        :ktP,  v, AAAAAAAA AA'r'A1: -'.���������iA'Ml.^AiAA '-'���������PP.A'A  ^-Wi^lSt^j^biB^ 'do-^vior^pairB.  pn.Satiitd-^y afternbon. a*������d it :will  ipwbaWy^b^vav'nioiili-^v-^  before cutting is resumed.   Barring  the ,'atop; irivtbe summertiuie on uc-  coiiht Of a broken crank* the inlll has  been running steady all year, and the ���������  cut to date is close to 1>.000,0(K) feet.  cow,    due   to  Also one auto.  Brewer of Oalgary,  Alta,, ta  _       days with h>  Mr. and Jyirs. J. O. Sipitb.  The hunt for missing cattle was  resumed in thl������ ucction on Sunday,'  Messrs* Dpw and Roue were but looking for ten head thdt are still missing  ��������� from thoir hpjeds.   ��������� <������������������ **��������� -:.'������������������,    ,aa_.,:./;r ;.;������������������.���������.  ; Q; Ay Huni ��������� of Kitchener was another cattle-hunting caller on Sunday,  Ho has half .v doxbn animals astray  and was looking the Arrow Creek  cenntry.-bye* for thorn. V .*;.,.  Tha fall tonoli of roadwork. In duo  ' to start this wwk. Fait, of ,tb<>  money will bo spent ih widening the  narrow upotfj pn tho -pnibankitucnt between Elvln , Oart^right's and the.  station.    '���������/ v���������':���������''.:a, >  Tbe 25-acro   potatov.cwm  Mcaotti.  ^f^f &**���������+*'**    **'*���������*���������**' ���������W'*".  "h* "J.  W    W*.^- tmmmtf^t*      ���������    m, > ������ ��������� I*/  - *   <i,. ��������� ���������.. ��������� *. 4  the t������MWl on th* Lsmont plane at tho  corner hoi) been baryested, and will  run close to four tons to tho' Mitre.  Tha potato yields for tho Erickson  Motion vaiy consldorably but t*y con*  norvative estimate would bo au  average ������* ofc leaMt *ivo ton* to the  mrA- A''. ��������� ���������,A. A  /A  ��������� ��������� Por, <-P 8Aiw-r-Miieh  fresbon last Of Mardh.  ^A/p^^l^^^^OIIfl^  ,,^  fruit circles; who is now ; at the bead  of thoB.O. Fruit Market, Lethbridge,  Alta., was a visitor hero for i^^ew  days this week, bppking up a supply  of apples for th<������ wlpterVti^ide. -$ariv  Inj^ otiawbei-W^s, of wbl6H none of the  doaleio' could got enough at tiiribw,  Mr. Iilndley states that his flti^ halt  had a splendid year of lt^ giving gilt  edge Borvlce. to the,, many prairie  customers and top prices to tpe  ranchprs withw^om they dealt. 'ti;#\:.\  t.i.ii'0.   Tlio privalllni; ps*s  any whore fi*om 930 ta tilS  wtf-r*      0.ii*\*k*%+i* #-������%  a ton.  Uriekson station haw boen milUa  hive of !ndti������t*ry tl������*������ past week, during  Wulwi tl;^c three straight enm h-vt*  bo*n loaded  out,   Mf^utn..Long und  . LiitU-������i-dio Wd tMo twaa v*>i������U Urgalg  ������.>.^i^1   ������jj������ M������v*Al������Mi  Htm*,   ftoir   IV^Iforil  shipped ��������� oavload nf potatoes west.  % Bptoic'talnnien.t proinq^owi nre  to sfjer, V I'ldtSr^.''. of the   evening, of  November^ lath, tv T>l0i;y DomlBIbW  military Y.M.CXA, ^autboritlen have  lf*IJmtA,4f    1-fAiM'k.A'n**' f '��������� jrf-' ������������'������ii������������*>-������JU'ij'*  mmtn+An/Lmi*!***-  that cliui8Mon a tour of B.C., and, he  Will flflivo* an address in Oreston that  ovehtb^r. y A rustle for funds to help  along tblfl work will also bo made the  day aftor tbo publio mrtetlng. ' This is  a foatbfo of patriotic work that has  never solicited Jiid. hore, but undnn^t-  odly ^ho Y,M������G.A^ IsVdolpg. work  dtndngfltthoitoti-tut boya thatalmoot  *���������."���������"*,*", *     .."���������'*", "       "' *     " | ������������������'  "  "WbcJetui from Cranbrook yestcrday  stuteff tliaj^Dr, McKinnon had a rush  call to theVJoo Jaokoon homo thttt  morning, to attend Miss, Joiepblne.  wh<w*i fottfc wiw' fathfe^ VbadJ-J^teihed  the result of oin.,*pplo:-fM!mftr)nlti  Tho fruit was one or Mayor JuUle's  Wolf tl\v������t* juwiboft, tho annual-box  ot whioh tie shlnpod tho ublqultons  .frtMunlt   I.Iim  ������>4k������>lv iktat-t.. Of   thu. WtUik.  Aootmllng to ihe.Herald four. Of Uicumi  snplott weighed cloeo to six.pounds.  ���������JnijAt ,Tmj<*jV������,������,*, <j������f������������������������j<iw������f������y������j������i    rmtim* flhft* iyVM*ti  noptilar In. that ^toWn at pttts������nL all  lUrU'Jaln tho ttcighborJjood avcr.ihi^  toobum   with tJhfni to Iw In on th*  I cores of these whoppers.  three  qhavtersVof;; a mile apart, and the  operations here will employ about 8Q0,  men. I near 860 .German prisoners  wiilvba 5op$ he^its-p y*jwli*\ ' V t V;-,. .  "'-^���������WA iii-0 locdto-1 j^even niiles north  otBognor ((Barnham Junction is the  railway point) half; way .; between  Brigbibri - and Portf-moutb. On a  .clear di^y we ciiu sieeboajes on the sea.  Wo atPolnthc-SoutliDowm^ Ooiintry  Is t-oUing, somewhat like"v the ; Alberta  foothills; Nearest tdwrt of any ������Ik������  ;iM,Oh^^cator, 3iati,vmit^aw4y������,kbQ\vn  as .the cathedral oity, 'having the  oldest - <������ne In Bnodand, bViilt V about  1000 yisars agi>; Many, good .farms  about horo,"all', bwnod byriords. etc:*,  and crops have been good. ������������������....'./...,* ...  men. to each.one.. Grub |s' g<Hid.  Sometimes a little short when a bnnoh  of mon arrive bMdro their rations,  When wo have to sharo up with thorn.  nd conditions  ������������t.ta1ci-nW things alli������u  aw������ splendid. Wv can got week-end  passes > to the sea. Portsmouth, of  course, is out of bounds, on account  of bolng a naval base. Aeroplanes  aroqnito a common sight here, as  there |s a flying corps trainiiiig camp  In tho neighborhood. L German Valr-  sblpsaro oreatipg ^prtisidejrablahavoc  in their raids-tm London jUBt at pre-  sent but such tactlos make it all the  iutiio    iutiM>JM������io>vJ < v%������     u'vvijj-     tvUiiJik    v'������  negotiating peace. K*eh if thoy  wiped JLondon ������otf the map Britain  would be that much keener to go  throvigh with, the-thing. Fow hero  are Wonting on the war being over  before next'rail.   ,  "While tho men baVft no complaints  ns to food and ac������oniimodn|lon there  Is some dissatisfaction bveir 'tbo pny.  Aiwuranco eocms to ha vo boon glvon  thot'tnmi at roroatry work would got  a tittle better than the rogulat\on  itl.10 a dav. but. wo far not. more than  a doaan. are gattlng. ttt outslds tho  otHwru. Able mm who tan !<rmd lop,*  or do any hwavy work draw tho same  ITie-mill whietleis still heai-d ns the  big planer is still being operated, aiid  will be on the go for some days Vet:  The caterpillai-s are also busy hauling  in logs,, so that when operations:are  resumed there will be a gottd stock  ahead of the saw*  Mr. Mclnuis, flleiv and fauiilyi left  on Sunday for the east, and we understand will visit foi* a; timer at Dultith.  'Mich. .   .;���������' . ���������,'��������� ;,P :A-rTA-,PP:-/.A-'lA'k.'P.P  The rush nolvadays is to get In tho  spuds and other vegetable - crop.J T.  tt. MaWson will take first phice ' as an  orehardlst this year: Ho has' almost  800. boxes of apples to iuarket-^n Hno  shbwing for his. young.orchard in a  dry year, liko this.  -. ,.i,���������������������������.���������.:.������������������*: v       ..:���������      . ��������� /. ���������-.��������� ���������";      ';-.V������������������)'���������,.- .���������, '"���������.'.  The Osnyon potato "crop is turning  out much better than' was at first expected, and should easily average five  or six tons to the aero, tbo Samuelson  ."ranch; making a particularly good  showing in spuds. V.  i:'**i.' ..'������������������ i ...������������������.������' ���������'    '.'������������������.  The statement of the Canyon City,  IU'd Cross Auxiliary, which was presented in. vlow of tlte annual meeting  ntOroston on Oct* 9th, rind covering  the activities of the local organisation  iiUiii .i^. iacspliun op' Juno 20t5i up to  Oct. Hit, shows tliat In about threo  months''-: the worjeers here raised  $}Hf:j5prand after meeting allexpensoH  and i-fctidriing 90.40 In the treasury,  had:,$00 tn -turn in^ to the* Oreston  VaUcyipocloty. Tho^ amount of woik  done rn the, three months was 8^ suits  of r pyjamas. W hen  the    nono-too-  There; Is ������:.Mtitii;Thi this part of the .,  world ^ftbrCwiw^ntsV t<������^  thinking; 'i*'* jpx'etgjr'-���������^ood'Vo^eragdV-of  bumann������tul*e. Whenevertjb������pre������ch  ei*.\f his chuvch d^S^et*;<''������:;Veiry;;|i0t;:;ij^  fer������n������>qy-'itgairi8t:.;^me''^^l{[U^i^  -ilp^thlsv^^^^-^nthiwlastic^ju^  ���������goaa Ij^und^tu'- t,ho-yeHtry^telI;:th^;#S^li;  pt'eacher what a' fine Hurmoh, it waft. A::pim$0j ���������  'Then'ho'goes' homeyands'.rep^tsitr^^  his3 brother, and  tliey talk over tft^vj^(������f;!  pj>ints.andv the^ people the sermon bit V Pip^i,  ' "his pairticnlar;mabs"VV:;V:;|()'^  A ;'���������'&''#''���������'���������  >>'��������������������������� <y','\';s':  VJA:  ������������������'.iSf  ���������P'TdM  p'^'MM.  m  '���������p0  i:i'������'ixS&  Pi'P!B:  ���������'���������'.AXM'.  m  ���������fife  P'pj,  '.'tr'  Af  tbe haidest. ,Biit this'particular man  never sees when, the sernioh hits hini.  Early next month the biggest nublto  campaign ever put on in Caniida will  be opened to get subscriptions for the  fourth Canadian war loan*, the Victory  Loan.    The   thing   people   in  this"  district must bear in mind Is:   that  tho appeals  ant directed to each and  every onto of thorn.   It is hot mei-ely  th^e well-off tpeniiind'women who are ,      .-,.,.  being asked.'t������*yirivest^'^Jt';Is'���������evW-y-ViP:$M  body,   ^lie little sermons which wil,l  be    "breached"  in   ^ the advertising  should not be takeauis hints to the  well to-do peoplo only.- Kvory  man  ahd" woman should watch  for theso '  advertisements    und   start . now. to  gather up the necessary money to  uy either a fifty <������r a hundred bra  flvo hnrtdred or a thouBiuld dollar  bond. In' the United VSbites there  were about 4 subscribers to the .first  American loan b^t of >v.yry 100 persons. ... They * only. i-ecvived 8|%. Iw  Canada for tho laBt wur loan thew������  wore only about. 41.000 subscribers or  say 4' in vyfity 700, Yi't in Canada  tbn |ntoi-������������"ntv wna much high***-*-���������on the  Victory Bonds that will probably bo  Issued to yield ubout*51%.  The first thing anyone should do. in  our opinion, is to get rid of tlio Idea  thnt tncfc Is ony -Micrlfl^c Involvwl In  investing in tliis loan, lt Ia true that  ti-io patriotic spirit is appealed to and  It Is equally true that a great and  pp'^,  ���������aTaS>  ���������'ri'.,������,n*'  '���������Tpm  '.������������������.it'-  ','AJtt.  ������������������������������������V������T|.  '':������������������,���������;',*���������;*  .<-"'>li  :,������������������ "l[,\<l**"  I-4*^.mi%ib������jrohlp ju -i-omdiabered and I Jj������,ie������^ms rospon-Jo lu'oTiH-ctcdTn that  t^.'itf&C'thrrti^r.r.titsror'ewd^ S*-u������md.   H.!i I!* kc-t/ -.-^ !^.:^ !s .-.  very,  busiest this   section   has  tho  showing iii remarkable, and reflects  Seat oredlt oh the mombcrNhip and  o officers, who aro Mrs. Blslr, pre  Mldontt Mrs. G. Browoll, vlcs-presl  dent, and Mr*. Edwards. twHut-iLary  tresNiirer.  Mlfi������ Frances. Blrtkenioi-e of  Van-  CCmvor nnci ivnri txiivitnAm'ii <jw������i������,������  visitors hew on Wednesday Iskt, and  during thidr bU*.y wtnw Iiappiily unlttxl  in marriage at tne Mefchouiwt parwon-  itn-o by iCov. tJI. XVI .jm*. resuming  tbslr journejr to the const tho follow*  straightaway businosir^proposltlon*;  safe, profitable;, i^pd , convenient.  Every man and eyuL-y.iiirbuian with as  much us,fifty ddllsrs to spate should  own ono of thfyff*rn^w bonds, and not  only that, /but Wiomlrt help to show  others tbe ^vortb of these bonds by  rAcpmmiwdlng thorn everywhere.  Tho readers of this paper aire muoou  tho    mowt    thrifty,    g������nerouw    ana  |>I(U,|������J      j������|������,*,jjis u*       tmt       fxt     mr.,,,,,..,..,,,  When thesuitacrlptlonsto the Victory  ZxOAUixX'xi ij.uuu* up tm.i.1 the yafftous  uintriolM and HiiUHiiaUiuU wo t������M|MMilu  them to show that this part of the  great Dominion has been true to Its  I pay. nut uu/mui ������*  ur   *w������ wi������u  ���������������>������������������������* uu i ������***{ m������>.  |    m * m<* Ml ��������� *t* V Ifc* ���������**    -*"f 1* ��������� *  mi  s'i  i  '*  .1  V.,'*||  "11  "���������fl  .in  "+1  'I'l  II  4 VJ  W9*M  wm  -tA������* ������fci*44f**-)jj*������-������i*^i������j^t)S Wr0M'AAAAA. -
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tro'duce *Mertds. .jgNo'-w,- Avory -'was'
certain that -^Hy''Eliihgton wus not
a member of the club. She was
brought iii there, then, by Hilda
Tressingham. 'But* hov,r idid * Hilda
Tressingham- "contrive' to evade a
strict rule? .There must he some
particular reason, some sanction. But
whose sanction? andi what reason?
Then;y withyaysudden flash pr intuition, Avory saw.; The satvetion, came
\ -ft oth Barthelemy.; But: the reasoti
was���-what? '-a'..   A.'" ���'V
He waSV going- upstairs to prospect around the rociris, and '-.see. what
Hilda and Xetty Ellington were doing,; when a new idea sent him back
to his corner. He ."himself did not
wish Letty to see him - there���not
that be was afraid of being* seen
there, for he had already told Marcia that hc was a member of the
Amaranth, which his ircquented, he
said, in order to pick iipy characters
for a piay he was writing, but because he thought it might spoil whatever game w^s going forward if
Letty knew that so close a friend of
.Letty hesitated.       "
"What  would   George    say?"     she
asked.    '"You mayn't    think  it,    but
C *.j.'S*.-w~nr*-,      fe      %~*\ 4-H .����-      ��?4����n ��"#*i.l*�� f-*^**.*** '    V
Again. Hilda laughed.
"You're going under    my    aeg*is,"
she  said.    "If George says anything'-   __
ril say something' to^George^ But,' MaVci.a""EliingTonVwas"at liand.~And
my dc-at*. one's-'very iQOiiSu. it������ one just then there came into the lounge
tells ones husband ot-every little-in- ��� ��:��� ch,|�� servant whom Avory had
noccnt amnsc^tenr. Our men dont morethan once employed on little
tell us or their sm^ll tnyols, 1 can errands and had alwavs judiciouslv
assure you Now, shall I comc &t i tipped. This man he beckoned to
six * thirty r        ' ��� ��� .."..^ ' ���'.. ��� - approach.
Letty tound  no  difficulty sn    ans-j    "You know Mrs. Tressingham?" he
wertng   that   qnestion-^-rthe     prospect j $.aid quietly V
of an evening's gaiety wasinfinitelyy. "Honourable Mrs. Tressingham���
preferable to speuamg the slow hours j yeSj s}r,�� replied the man.
hy herselr m that big bemse- And | "She's upstairs, somewhere," said
Hilda went away certain ot her first ;Avorv. He slipped money into the
-step, ana having- meditated a uttie j man's hand. "Just make it in your
when she got outside, Nste arovc Kvay to go up and look around-
straight to. a certain private o&ce of jqvuetlv, vou know���and come back
Mr. Bartheie-my's, wnere that gen tie- j and tell" me if she's engaged with
���man and  Otto  von Roon  were    a>-1 anybody."
ways to be found at the hour of The man nodded understanding!^
noon,    \\ith them she was very pre-|^nd  went  off<     jn  ftve  minutes     he
���Cise   and   direct. ^     ; was   back.     "Havinc   snnncr   with   an-
"Now, you both understand," slie
said. ^I've played, and I shall play
my'part,  and yon  too,  have got to
'Having supper with an
ether lady and with Mr. Barthelemy
Peace Proposals Might   Have    Had
More Weight Three Years Ago
|>I��i:?ijfe'^b^Vimmed��atciy;--aSier his
election in. September, 1914, had is-
suedy the appeal������ ior peace which he
now tiiakc\s, it vvbuld h'avc been an.
act of Christian statesmanship
worthy 6\" the great organization
which he heails. At that time peace
on the basis of the status uuo *"te
without reparation, with an agrce-
.nient for general disarmament, -oii
the broad principle of forgive and
forget might have becu^jpossible, so
far as the allies are concerned. It
would have failed probably through
the scornful rejection by Germany,
who was then looking forward to an
easy and early'triumph and the mastery of the world, but it would have
established.'.tne-''influence of the Vatican in the  right  quarter.
Three years of war, however, with
its experiences ;of every form of
frightfulness and savagery, have
mado it quite impossible for the civilized world to place the confidence
hi; Germany which it might have
giv^n then or to feel that it can
again trust its security.to* any promises of the present German government. More than that, the Avorld 61
civilization caniiot consent that any
of the principles which are at the
base of German policy and ambition
shall be further recognized.
The matter of reparation is not
merely one of justice, but.-..primarily
of future security'. Unless Germany
pays a heavy penalty for what she
has done, she will never take to heart
the lesson'that she must not doit
again. The penalty must be heavy
enough to convince the German peo-
,-   - T - ,   ,,  , .-.-      _,.-    _���    ed.    "In that little alcoveK sir,    that
play yours. ^ I shall brmg^Mrs,  Ell-   Mn   Barthelemy keeps  for  himself."
3*d ^Avbn Rdoji, sir^'he whisper-   ple to a man that they cannot afford
ington to the club, and the four of
us will have supper together, and
you'll behave very prettUy. You'll
see that we have supper in that particular alcove pf yours in the supper
room, Mr. Barthelemy, and you'll
entertain us in your best way. And
after supper, which musn't' be a moment later than ^halfrpast eleven,
you'll propose a little amusement in
your private room, and you'll show
us that new game from Paris, and,
of  course,  we shan't have any  great
amount of ready money oh us, and-, Up  his  post  in  the    lounge.      T
���.    .   ,     ���*     .. .  ,       -    ,        ,   .   ���; o'clock   came,   and   everybody ":1c
And, to be brief   my  dearladv,     But Mrs> Tressingham and Mrs: I
interrupted Mr. Barthelemy "what do
you particularly want?"
"Mrs. Ellington's signature on. a
_ sheet of the club note paper," replied Hilda with promptitude. "Let
ine havc that, and I can go ahead
in my own way."      *    '      "
Then she went -Jicr way for tlic
time being, and Mr. Barthelemy and
von Roon talked about her when she
had gone, and they looked forward
to the evening's rencontre with as
much curiosity as satisfaction.'
"She means to use that signature���
in what way?" asked the elder man.
"You have some idea���what?"
"Probably to hold over the wife,"
replied von Roon. "I saw in the papers that Ellington is away on official business. I should say that it
would not be welcome news to him
that his wife was seen at thc Amaranth at midnight." .
Mr. Barthelemy elevated ' his eyebrows.
"Good!    She is clever, Mrs. Trcs-
All right," said Avory.
He sat in his corner for a long
time���until he thought^ the four upstairs must have supped. Then he
strolled up, and using his own methods of spying without seeming to
spy, made a careful examination of
every room in the club. There was
no Mrs. Tressingham in them; nor
Mrs. Ellington; no Mr. Barfhelemyj
no Otto von Roon;���of that fact he
convinced himself.
Avory went down again, and took
Ellington, and Otto von Roon did not
leave. He went but then, crossed
the street, and lounged about. "At
half-past two these three people appeared���but from Mr. Ba'rthelemy's
private house. Von Roon put the
ladies into a taxi cab which had
been summoned; when they had
gone, he turned and re-entered the
door from which hc had just emerged.
Face to Face
.For a few minutes Avory paced up
and down the street, now grown
quiet and deserted. Von Roon had
gone into Barthelemy's house, and
the door had closed upon him. There
were no lights to be seen in any of
the windows. But Avory knew that
the two men of whom he wat^ just
then thinking were somewhere within that house.   And he was not only
,     , ,,r ,,    .    ,. ,- -     thinking of them���hc meant to havc
alngham.    "Well,  I  think wc can fix Upcech with them.    For Avory   waa
V? aUT-f,1.,c xdcsirct    But this  young  by no  mcans  (iestjtute  of    courage,
Mrs.   Ellington���she  is ingenue?"
"Very much soz I should imagine,"
answered s?oii "Hoon. .-
"Then I assume niy most papa-like
manner.    And you, dear friend?"
Von Roon shrugged his shoulders.
"Am T not always thc nice elder
brother?" he sneered. "Bah I we
shall do very -.veil. Till tonight, then"
There were few people in it when
Hilda and her charge entered the
Amaranth Club that night. But of
these tew people Richard Avory was
one, and Richard Avory, unseen himself, saw Mrs. Tvessingham and Mrs.
Ellington enter and pass on to the
tupper room. There was nothing to
surprise him in the elder lady's presence, but at. the sight of George Ellington's \vif<" he left as if a sudden
ievolution had conic upon him. He
v/.-is in ihe downstairs lounge at the
mom- nl. and In: had a glass in his
hand, and lie was so much astonished
that lie drank oil' its contents in one
ij'iilp, and almost  choked  himself.
"Good Lord!" lu; thought; "LcUy
Ellington!���and lirre! I'd as noon
h.�����.���*���. thought ot spring old Stephen,
or my fair���or unlovely���Marcia,
VVIkw   ih  up?"
!{�����  was  mt   full   of    perplexity    at
tllf'-    Hlii'vt irrtrd       InpiiMiifif    \U;xl        1*��>
ji��uli ii d another drink, and sat over
U i.i .i i juiii-i iinilil ;itiii[.�� on wli.it
ihi-. migiit mean, liy tin* time hc
h.-jil linifh-'d it. his ii'ttitrul itiquini-
'tivciK-sx hail io drveJopcd that he
felt himself obliged l��> .mcri tain the
r.xu i v, hrrral-oiit!*. of the iwti hi dies.
"i'lM-rc. wan ;i fart that puzzled him���
innl< �� iin i nlisi of tin- Ani.ijanth,
inrinher".  were   not   permitted   to     in-
and he was sharp-witted enough to
seize an opportunity when hc saw
But before hc crossed the street
in thc endeavor to sec von Roon and
the proprietor of thc Amaranth, Avory had something to do. He swiftly
considered matters, and then turned
and ran to Jcrmyn Street and up the
stairs to Banister King���some intui-
li'on, some sense of * precaution
prompted him to let King know what
he was about to do or attempt to
do. Ho did not know what might
await him in Barthelemy's house,
and he had that to say to Barthelemy
and to von Roon which might bring
an clement of jieraonal danger into
his call there���if that call ended in
liis being admitted. He therefore
wished Banister King lo know where
he was going.
(To Bc Continued.)
a government representing the ideas
and principles for which the present
German and Austrian governments
stand in this_ war; that they must
win back their place among men'by
accepting the modern ideas of liberty
and democracy and repudiating
wholly; the ancient barbarism of race
domination by force. It is three
years too late to talk of peace on
the old status quo. The pope should
have proposed that when Germany
was winning, instead of waiting till
Germany has abandoned hope of the
world conquest aridr is on the verge
of collapse.���Buffalo Express.
Cruel Von Bissing
Belgium's  Hard Master Had   Reputation Even Among Prussians
An Engjishman writes: Von Bissing, the Slavemaster of Belgium,
was notorious in the Germany army
for years before the war as a cruel
martinet. He had been in retirement for some time before 1914���in
consequence of cavalici treatment of
the kaiser on a certain occasion->-
but he was considered the, right
man to bully the Belgians because
of his reputation for brutality in Germany. .'"..��
No man, of course, was so'directly
responsible for the murder of Nurse
Cavell as Bissing, and Huns .at hon*-*
may .rest assured that no one could
havc carried out thc deportation outrage more ruthlessly than he.
The enslavement of poor Belgium's
men is, I suppose, in furtherance of
Governor-General von Bissing's oft-
proclaime.d ambition to rule 1hc conquered kingdom by "love."
Beginning Early
"Dad," said the little maid of
twelve summer*), "every morning
when I am going to school the boys
catch hold of me and kiss me.**
"Well, Ethel," replied dad' looking
over his newspaper, "why didn't you
run a.vay from them?"
Ethel fidgeted aud cast hcr eyes
down on lho carpet.
"I did one morning,"'she said hesitatingly, "and thev���they didn't chase
me!"���Chicago Herald.
vv JurifricK ATOid;:-^iid;;J0���^ti
When Engine Stopped,   Aviator   oh
African Fro-fit Spent Pays -      V
."Ta m-JunglcVVy     ';������
-.; Te rriblc ex peri Aices of a- -.^British
airman in the , EastV Africa;h V; juiigifr
arc told by hini in a letter received
by a relative.;. The ;aviator, Lt. G.
Garrood, of the RoyalVElying Corps,
went up -.-to ..boitib'--'JV.V'Geri:han Ambush
on the-KufijiVriver, but through ..engine trouble.yhad to desceiid in the
bush, the machine landing with bi*o.k:;
on propeller iii a bog. Tt took hirn
four days to make his way "Tio a
place of safety through the bush, infested with wild "animals-' . V
Hc tells s'.'.hO'Vv iii the dusk He was
confronted with an ugly black 'ini-
mal about four- feet high, with vicious tusks. He climbed a tree and
prepared toy put in the iiight there.
Later.:'"lie- opened his'Vcyes arid "saw
something, like two green electric
bulbs about thirty'., feet, from the tree.
They moved round it in a circle. This
continued for forty-five minutes. He
goes* on.   V
' "Thev tension was iinbearablc. 1
wanted'-to scream, -shoyit and*yell ai?
in one, but instead I burst out with
"The Admiral's Broorn/'i and with a
full throated bass I roared oiit the
three verses. No applause, but a reward���the leopard slunk away. Whj
had I not thought of it before? ;    V
"I went through lny repertcire. I
bughed as I finished, "Two 'Eyesv of
Gray.". It seemed so ridiculous. W-hcn
1 got to hyiniis V.I remembered four
verses of "O God, Our ���Help inV Ages
Past," and sang the "Amen," too.
The    whole    thing had its ludicrous
Mc'? P-aa-a .yl . A A "��� Ay..,,A. .
Next "niorniiig while.swiiumhigV a
-river he passed ;seven "yards from - a
crocodile-t mouth, and just reached
the bank''i'n; tinie.AVithout food or
arms���his only weapon 6iT defense
his nail sissors���-liis: progress through
the avvful bush was about oiie hundred yards: an hour. His clothing
was in ribbons, andyjiis y flesh ' exposed to the thoriis, sword grass
.and flies.'.. T.A.V;..;"   VV.,4   .-V:.yV"<..
'^'Hc swam seven mo re riyers .that
day_ and sank down exhausted
against a tree. He could hoar a lion
roaring about five Juiiidred yards:
-awayy and, 'somewhat iVncarer, the
grunting of a hippopotamus.
"Being exhausted, I more or less
lost consciousness for^.perhaps liajf
aii hour or so._ Nothing short of a;
hippo charging "could have made me
climb a tree. Am afraid life had little to offer about that time*." V
It was while lying here that V the
lieutenant "had tJie annoying experience of surj/eying two large baboons,
the size of a small maii, quai*reling
over my trousers, now in threads, and
among thctops of 40-foot trees."     :
It was not until lie passed nnothej;
horrible day and equally Verriblc
night in the bush that he at. last
was picked up by ^ some natives*.
"Their eyes'..seldom' left me," he
adds. "Undoubtedly I was a straitge
sight���my legs bare and bleeding, my
>hort vest sodden, dirty and torn;
no trousers of course, just a dirty
sun helmet, a short stick in my right
hand and with four days' growth of
beard on my di,rty: face."
Is "Alright" Alwrong?
A father writes that his son has
been scvetiy scolded by his schoolmaster for using the phrascj "all
right" in its amalgamated form "alright," and asks if the latter is not
an abbreviated modern form as legitimate as. say. "alread}\" Far from
being a modern upstart, "alright" is,
as a matter of fact, of very hoary antiquity, being used by English writers o.f a very early d��iy. It ntay be.
anathema lo the pedant, but' it has
its niche in the,"Oxford Dictionary,"
���London Daily I-Jews.
GerniahiPlunderin^ of :&y&yrJ2iMT^
TheV -Germans: ��� Varev ^coritiiming^to V:;
���'keep in hairid''V witbs^igor*���'ahd;Vv-min-/''
utia the interests;-ofVtlies|fielgiati(VpOp--V:V
ulation ahd^ itSniist l&Va^mittcd^heirV
"sblicitudelyyis espiecially lipUcOableirtVV
Flanders, Vwhich;Vis not at aii; surpns-y V
iiig, sinceV: ���they^Bkye":-/gaincdv tbc'inV..)i.'.;;';
.separateVadniinisilratiorii ���V,V;Vj;;,>.;V;Vv^;y-V-;-';';:''
On Juriocl8;the Vfronticr; correspori- .;
dent  of  the    Amsterdam V Tclegraafy :
sent To his paper Vthte following infor-s-
liiation   wliicliV;wasi published VVadder
the heading of "Tlic VBelgiziiVylndus-v
try?s Dcath^Blow": AAATpAApArApAA AAA.r
; -yWe; have ym^itioned^s^
ago jlicVrequisitioning;...by^'tlife^rGer.-v"'
mans of: all; articles cohsitiiig -inVliopr
per. atid^of all iprecious. vinetalfj.:   Sat-,
urday the burgpmastcrs :of"T v��ll  ;Jdie;
communes' in: the;rriilitiary "are.- in':thc;
c::r    ��n     :i
Potash in Abyssinia
New   Mine    Doing   Busluesft   Under
Advantage of War Conditions
An important source of potash sail,
but one wliich could not hope to
���tMee��*����f-il!y romp**,*�� ',*,"!'h Grr-.v.r.uy
under normal conditions in thc markets of tin; world tinle'-H production
and transportation cost can bc very
decidedly lowered, lias been opened
in Abyasinia. In view of the prcflcut
great -Htaicity of potash uud thc need
for it In all cotintcriea heretofore
wholly or alnioHt wholly dependent
ou (ieiutjiiiy for !>upplicH, the concea-
sionarleu   of    the    Abvshinlun     mine
eastern; and ���''western FlaiidersVfand;: in,
a section of tlieVHainsttityVhayfe betfn
compelled to make Vasdcclai^tmhr pf
a .certain pprtiorivypf thseVfun^xistiiig <
supply of raw. ir;phVsVof flat 'iron,;' of
steel, of tin andVofViiiaclliUery^ V > yVf
"According to an ordinance of the
chief commander' of the fourth army,
van A rniin, ally this material- is re-
qiiisitionedV This": wretched V requisition, which giVes"the death iblpw; to
the Belgian industry, comprises the
following articles:; Raw'-'.iron:vC>f-'-;.i'.all-
kinds/ bar iron, tin and steel ;:;of���-. ev- -
ery-V thickness V^ndVdimcnsiohs^V sheet
iron; and stceli cbinprisiiVg all:V cast
pieces^ all thc T fixtures, both ori windows and doors, locks of ail kinds
as well as padlocks, for: every quantity exe<";edm--j^
longing'^o'; any: aridVthe same owner?
every kind of small- w^resi such, as
nail!S,^ysc�����:eWs;J;bracketSjVV ;tor ;;y-every
qiiantky e*xceedihg^Vthe;rtotal weight
of five kilos; belonigihg^p^ tliXi>sani^
owner; todjs? Oif VV every -sVdesoriptiqn,
such as gimlets,;;���;-aw|s,���;-;7jixes>-;-'V.fileg;
pjilcers hammers^wimbTcSj^'cdcks aiid
pump fixtwres.V'b'uildih'gy VtopfeVjof "stli '
kinds; for fcaipehters^ lock^mitlis, f*^"
riersj; CO-^h^ma;kers,V:Vfitters.-Vterface^
niakersi Vmaisoihs,! stone VtutteirsiVcop^
persmitlis, glaiiersiV;bnijdiiigVpainters
���affd-decorators forVcvery^^
Ceedihg-six pieces/Vb^pti^ih^
same / prdprietoi". Bcsicles, they";: re-
qiiisitloilValsp..steelVpfy'e^rery;Vkind in
bas*s f ;pr'-;ih;;yihgots.';;.aiid::;-shee0 pi
-all^dftscriptipn,-V; VV 'V;.'-/:"VVW: :T
"If is, therefore, su methodical pluiv-
dering' of every Jihe of "trade arid
commerce. No iirideninityVhaSj as yet,
been lncritioncdiy The bppressorVonly
sh^l; be rcinovcd_/by: the. localikdin-
j^Pydatur against ^remittance"���.':ipiy..ytlie
good�� 'received. The dclmquericies
shall be piitiishcd byVa maxiriiumrim-
prison ment for fi ve y earsj by :; a fine
not exceeding 3OJO00 iri arks and !by
the forfeiture .of .all goods. iipt ' declared or withdrawn from the ���requisition  of building  implements. -
"The division , inspectpr, \ yon
Schicjcfus, iibtifies all; tlic inhabitants
of Elanders that it is forbidden., to
ccntiiiuc the construe tion of houses
manufacturcrsV or other buildings for
the   civilian     population. AU ���   the
building material now in the hands
of building contractors, in warehouses or in tlic. bujlders' houses,
| such as'Vce'juenti'limev 'send,, gravel,
brick, clay and .fuller's earthi- cement
and drain pipes jis well '.as iron * of
every description, are requisitioned.
"They likewise; TCqui.sition all the
wool proceeding from the *hecp-
flbcaring, within the same area;,limits. The list of all the present ��wp-
ply inust be delivered to the kom-
tnandaUir'en- onhov before July 21.
Raw wool is paid 2 francs or 2 fr,
75  centimes."
Tf a man loves a women he will
give up smoking for her sake, but
if  she .loves him  she won't ask it.
Her Only Reason
"Did she give any reason  fof
jeetinjj* you?" -
"Reason.'* No. Tha't's the woman
pf it. Siinj)ly said ' she didn't love
ine."���Boston  Transcript,
-. iS
is made !n pnt. grade only���* the highest. So there i*
no danger of gelling "seconda" when you buy
Kcdpath in the original Cartons or Bags.
"Let Redpath Sweeten it**' c*
W^EI^JWlii J'ZS.'       ��.!-vsisfJSj wbiEb��#u  Canada Sugar Refinm��Co.. Limited. Montreal. &&M$fP&?y&>������%&  ������"s,)W,',';iis f  iCt,m  -'������  r vvK.i'-^'s?  ;? co  ������������������; V  -I ������������������������.���������'  3CHE KEVTEW. CKKSTOV  ��������������� r>,  mm**a*ff-m*mam0mminm  ii ii*<i* i^i���������*��������� m****m  reservin4  ������'   ,siJ- !- ^J*^  useone-Tau'a -jLiiy vvmte , anu  two-ihirds sugar" by weight. This  prevents Jellies from candying and  protects preserves 61: all kinds against  fermentation and-mould.  At all dealers in 2, 5,  ill ������*������*������*   *"���������������   **W*������������-������*J  4rm*mct  v  Cook Book  Taste  You will heartily  enjoy the taste andv aroma of  Cowan's Perfection Cocoa ��������� and  further, it is the most wholesome  nourishing Canadian beverage.  Germans Talk of  The Next War  ���������Idea "Has-Taken Hold in Minds   of  - Prussians  Gen. von Liebert, in a speech, at  Jlathenow, Prussia, is qtfoted by thc  Deutsche Tages Zeitung as saying:  -'Wc cannot sign a peace before  *sve have the "Flanders coast, a colonial empire and maritime bases.  Should we not realize this  now we  A Paean for Sea Food  Gen. Jiebert's speech was loudly  cheercd> by his hearers, but it _was  icriticlsed by the German press. Thc  Vorwaerts declared:  "This may prolpng thc war until  Germany has been so beaten that  ���������ev^n our pan-Germans cannot think  of a 'next time."  Supply of Fish the Only Food That  Is Inexhaustable  It is estimated that the fish- consumption is about twenty pounds to  the person���������a year. The consumption  of meat is about one hundred and  seventy pounds per capita a year;  these are averages, of course, but  they, are approximately correct. The  price of meat is about double that of  fish.    It would make  a great  differ-  "e  j      Heroes Learn. Trades  How Canada Cares for Her Disabled  Soldiers-^-A  New Chance for  Every Defender  A corner of the cobblers' room in  one of Canada's military convalescent hospitals has been turned into  a barber's shop." The barber, of  course, is a soldier, but, unable to  fight, he has exchanged the bayonet  for the razor. The cobblers, too,  are ^soldiers in the same situation,  who have ^exchanged the' rifle and  bomb for thc hammer and last.  That^ busy room, with cobblers  and< .barber side by side, is a- good  illustration of the astonishing variety _ of methods employed by the  military hospitals commission, to  equip Canada's disabled defenders  for active service in the field of  peaceful industry when forced to  quit the field of battle. If a man is  found unsuitable for one occupation,  there is always another to try; and  one of the main objects of the commission is to^ discover what each  man is suited for. / s  The barber was a difficult man to  suit; but he was suited at last. The  record does not state the number"of  fresh wounds inflicted on his wounded comrades by his preliminary operations^ but they cannot have been  very serious, for his chair became  quite a popular-resort. It is a self-  supporting business, too. The chair  and mirror were loaned by a patriotic  firm; but the" other requisites of the  trade are paid for by the soldiers'  five-cent shaves.  __ It is also an educational institution, this barber's corner, like the  rest of the room. Ex-soldiers learn  to shave the faces and cut the hair  of their fellow-citizens as they learn  to mend- their shoes, or to act as  carpenters and metal workers,  draughtsmen and typCAvriters, bookkeepers and - beekeepers, gardeners  and engineers.  A few, quite unfitted for their ^d  trades, will need special training for  new occupations, and will receive it  freely, as Avell as money allowances  for their families'"support while they  are being trained. But nearly every  man is r able to earn a good living  when he comes out of the convalescent hospital. It remains for his fortunate fellow-countrymen, for whom  he offered his life, to see that he always gets the work hc is best able  to do.  Illlllii]illitillllll������ill!8l8113IHS������3SIIil1iiililiiltiil!iiil!iIHHIliliiiiSiiigiiiiiili!iiiii;iiiiii38H  S FOR EXPERT PERSONAL ATTENTION,  5 CONSIGN "YOUR- GRAIN  'S ' NOTIFY  i Jas. Richardson & Sons. Lt  ss , .  -��������� - -    -,' <  as  THE OLD RELIABLE COMMISSION  MERCHANTS  TRACK  BUYERS AND EXPORTERS     .  S' > Established   1857 , 5S  3    Top  Prices,  Careful Checking of Grades,     Liberal     Advances     and SS  S \     Prompt Adjustments.' We ate Big Buyers of 5  | Oats, Barley, Flax aiid Rye ]  %' Phone   or   "VViie   Our Nearest Office  for   Prices  Any   Time   -Aftc*r- SS  SS "" -Your  Grain  Is   Shipped. ~  WESTERN   OFFICE3  Grain Exchange, Winnipeg  Grain Exchange,  Calgary  Canada   Building,   Saskatoon  "LONG  DISTANCE  PHONES  Main   8522      _-     >  Main   2268  3241  TlIliBiillSlilililllllllllltllilllllllUilllliiilllllillliilllilllllilllililllllilillllltfilllllliiillllBllll  Constancy  When Masculine Constancy   Turned  a  Sudden  Somersault  A story about Lord Kitchener, who  was often spoken of as "the most  distinguished bachelor in the world,"  is being told. A young member ~ of  his staff when he was in India asked  for a furlough in order to go home  and be married. > Kitchener ^ listened  to him patiently, then lit said: v  "Keniiworth,1 you're not yet twenty-five. Wait a year. If then you -still  desire to do this thing you shall have  leave."  The year passed. The officer once  more proffered his  request.  'After thinking it over for twelve  months," said Kitchener, "you still  wish to marry?"  "Yes, sir."  "Very well, you shall have>-**"your  furlough. And frankly, my boy, ���������>1  scarcely thought there was so much  constancy in  the  masculine  world,"  Kenilworth the story concludes,  marched to the door, but turned-Jo  say as he was leaving: "Thank you,  sir, only it's" not the same woman."  ���������The .Argonaut.  Minard's  Liniment  Cures   Dandruff.  Doyoiieverltave  That discouraged feeling often  comes from aSisordered stomach, or aninactive liver. Get  your digestion in shape and  the bile acting properly���������then  the "blues" will disappear. You  will soon be cheerful, if you take  must^prepare to work for it after thei ence  in the cost  of living if peopl  war in <?iew of* the next war," jat'i more fish and less meat.  Tin?  supply  of fish,   is    the     only  Worms, by the irritation that they  cause in the sjoniach and intestines.,  deprive ..infants of the '��������� nourishment,  that they should* derive from foodi  ���������ftiidVmal-nutrition is the result. Miller's' Worm Powders destroy worms  and correct the morbid conditions in  the stomach and bowels that are favorable to ; wOrtha,' soVthat the full  riutriment of the child is assured and  development in every way encourag-  tdt     "T  . ���������'��������� ':"'.'������������������'.  SAVE THE CHILDREN  t Mothers who keep ~a_ box of���������Baby's  Own Tablets" in the house may feel  that the lives of their little ones are  reasonably safe during thc hot weather. Stomach troubles, cholera infantum and diarrhoea carry off thousands of little ones every summer, 'in  most cases because the mother does  not have a safe medicine at hand to  food supply that is inexhaustible. If  the vast resources of neglected seafood now almost untouched were  utilized, the result would be a great  saviug of meat and a great reduction   casionally to the well child������will pre-  Want To Know Why  Under  Democracy We   Will   Know  , the Reason  In Germany, under autocracy, they  say "Vcrboteu" and that ends it. Nobody dares ask why. In a democracy  the- multitude is accustomed to ask  v hy when anyone 'says "Vcrboten."  The kaiser can kick a premier  around tiie block and the plain peo  give  promptly.   Baby's   Own   Tablets   pic  may say  nothing.    Thc autocrat  cure  these  troubles,  or  if  given  oc-   may decree foodless days if he wishes  A Problem Solved  Pa���������-At last I've found a way to  make that young scamp of ours stop  winking his eyes. ..<���������'  Ma-<���������Really?  Pa-^-Yes; I'll show him the articles  In';Vthis science magazine    where   it  *ays that every time we    wink   we  give the eye *v   bath.���������Buffalo    Ex-  ��������� press.   .: ,/ '.A:P"if ' Ta aa  -V,  '"  - Xdekitifiect  :r''  Biiilcs���������Shafer, do you��������� kiidw that  woman across the street?  Shafer���������She certainly look9 fa:  miliar.* '"Let ine see. It's my wife's  new dress, my daughter's haf and  my-, mbtlieirin-law's parasol���������sure!  Ita our cook.���������Philadelphia  Ledger.  in the family living expenses  Fish is delicious and nourishing  food, and il seems remarkable that  so little of it is consumed. The food  controller appears to have as one of  his main objects the conservation of.  the meat supply. One of the most  practical ways of doing this would  be to, educate the people to make  greater use of fish. One way to obtain a greater appreciation of fish  would be to supply the public with  information .about its food value, and  recipes for its preparation. A great  many, people do not understand how  to prepare fish for the table. Many  people have an unfavorable opinion  of fish as food because they havc  never eaten it properly cooked.  vent^ their coming on. The Tablets  are guaranteed by a government analyst to be absolutely harmless even  to the newborn babe. They are especially good in summer because  they/regulate the bowels and keep  the stomach sweet and. pure. They  are sold by medicine dealers or by  mail, at 25 cents a box from The Dr.  "Williams' Medicine Co., Brockville,  Ont;..   : ��������� '  the people's remedy for life's  common ailments. They act  thoroughly on the stomach;  -liver and bowels, and soon regulate .and strengthen these important organs. Purely vegetable���������contain no harmiui  drugs. Whenever you feel  despondent a few doses will  Make Things  look Brighter  JLs*sa������t Sale-ef Any Medie&as fa the W-wM.  SolA ������Tprywhere.   Ib boss������a, 26c.  cook's corroN root compound  A s*[sK nttshh wtgulqHitt mtdb  Minard's Liniment Relieves   Neural-  'eia.  . Prussian Means "Spy"  ���������: Spying is just;as, essential an in-  g������"cdient of Prussian- character^ as  conceit, .indifferenceV. to thc feelings  of others, jealousy, envy, self-satisfaction, ' industry, ��������� inquisitiveness,  cruelty, veneration for officialdom,  hnitativencgs, materialism and the  other national attributes that will occur, to those who. know Prussia, as  distinct from the. other German"  states.  -MMM  Emphasize Your  Personality^���������'  Your photograph doc* not Jook like ilic phoLo^juph of  anj' one elae in the world. Make your handwriting  just as individual. The surest way is to use v  Hard on the Lions  ��������� The   Revered     Charles    H. * Spiir-  geon's keen wit was always.'based on  sterling common  sense. One day he  remarked to one of his sons:  "Can you tell me- the reason   why  the lions didn't eat Daniel?"   /  "No, sir.    Why was it?"      /  "Because  thc    most  of  him    was  backbone   and   the   rest   was  grit."���������  Hit-Bits.  AH Night witji Asthma. Everyone  knows, haw attacks qi asthma often  keep their'victim awake the whole  night' long. Morning finds him  wholly unfitted for a day of business  ahd yet, business must still be carried through. All this night suffering and lack of. rest can be avoided  by the prompt use of Dr.. J. D.JICel-  logp-"s Asthma Remedy, which positively docs drive away thc attacks." *  Animals Under Fire  and woe betide him who asks ques  tions. "Under democracy we will  know thc reason. We have the right  to ask why! One of the first things  American children learn is to ask  why. One of: the first thiufgs German  children learn is to obey! And so all  the children of the earth niuy have  liu-ir- chance tg ask why the democracies of the world avc going to kick  the last "vcrboten" sign off the pla  net. The eternal desire to ask and  learn and reason is goint to.be enthroned as the suprcmest thing on  earth. And that, in a very plaiiv  simplevway, is what it's all about.  Did you ever stop to think why  there arc so many Germans in America? Well���������-Germany is the answer.  ���������Wisconsin State Journal.  There is no poisonous ingredient  in Holloway's Corn Cure, and it can  be used without danger -of injury.  Sunflowers Useful  Russia averages in normal times a  yearly export of nearly 150,000 tons  of linseed, 30,000 tons of rapesced,  and 30,000 tons' of hemp, poppy,  sunflower and other seeds. The oil  obtained from sunflower seeds is  suitable for margarine manufacture,  and thc cake is a good food for live  stock. The v?rirefined oil would  compete with nut oil and cotton oil,  and thc refined product would make  a good substitute for olive oil. Sunflower seed is largely produced and  crushed for its oil in  Russia.  c/n#.   Bald in three da-met  i.   Ko. 1. *f 1: M>. i,  I per box.   Sold by  Plata ptctase oa te-rdst e!  price. Free pamphlet Aadt  ,stwm*th. No. 1. $1: tt*. 9. Ut  No. 9, |9 per box. Sold by *U  dnurgtsU, or cent pr*t**U\ ta  THS COOK M9DXCXMM ������Ow  r*mi*. OuL Lfismub IVhshsrS  THERAPION  N������f.N������2.N.8  UieditiFreuT.il  ���������     ., ..___. _ HoipiuU ty'iib  feat tucceu, curbs chromic -.vemcnesb. lost via on  * VIM, KIDNKV. KUADOKIt, OlIBABBB. BLOOD rOISOIf.  HCKSf BITHBR Hd: ORUOOIRTS or MAIL fl. rOBT 4 CtB  fOUGBRA CC>. ������������. BBBKMjUMlTiNBW VORKorLYMAM BBOB  TORONTO. WRITS POR PHBC BOOK TO DR. LB CLBIta  MED.CO. tlAVKRSTOCKRD.IlAMmKAt-'. CONDOM. UNO.  wra' ��������� m������*a^T-*Xm-*mS-S--?-m?* eft9v. T������ T**������  TW EiKJ%i���������IC?l>l   lastiiiocurb.  SIB THAT TRAOC  MARKBO WORD ' THKRAPIOH* IB OH  BlV.QOVT.BtAUr APFIXCD TO ALL aBC-UINC rAOKST*  A Confession  To evacuate Belgium" is impossible -  argues thc Berlin Tageszeitung, because Belgium would henceforth be  an irreconcilable enemy of Germany.  Unintentionally this newspaper does  its part to confirm the worst that has  been said of the conduct of thc Germans in Belgium. Other countries  Have been invaded aud have been  reconciled, Austria was- invaded by  Prussia, and a-few years later became an ally. Why, then, should  Germans, who were in favor of Belgium in 1914, have become objects ol  such detestation that Germany will  henceforth havc-to rule the Belgians  with an Iron hand? Outside of Germany it needs little explaining; with-  ii. Germany explanations are awkward.���������From the Springfield Ucpub  1 lican.  Th*?Pen For School, and Collcga  A ill..  mmt.9     +m*  '   !U F������ W**w-*--������n C������iw*������t������wy������ I .limited. Montf**!  Cats Do Not Mind Machine Guns or  Shells  Different animals will act differently under heavy boinbardintntt the  H-imc^a-i different men will act diffei-  cntly. Dogtf, as a rule, have showt  great distress when shells burst near  tlicm and howl piteoualy. . On thc  other hand they havc been known to  dash along the front of n trench during infantry lire, barking and apparently enjoying the noise. Cats don't  seem to carp whether they.are shelled or machine ({una are. trained    ou  corner und food when they are hungry. . There have been instances of  loBt dogs aud cats actually venturing into British trenches during an  engagement. Some of them lived in  cottages near the firing line, other-;  -itrayed a long distance. A west  county yeomanry contingent wait  adopted in thc thick of a fight by n  hlnrk cat, whieh nurvlved a bombard-  iitcnt liiui kiiic-i nutiiy men, and HUft  Klnco lived Stiinptiioin-ly in blllrte  wiiu .to iJ\.iUi("jj..aiou due around ih  neck.  HIT   1     J p���������  ���������Vz-W-ris the  *mtmmmmmmm**m^m*mmtimfmii    i    |  in  tl*    tit   tU ������u  POLISH"1  in  j  fi  ftWWW*1^!*^!*!^^  ^N AW**,  |0* -BLACK-WHITR^AN^ICK  V. V. Dt*Hey Co, of ConaJit, TtJ.  H������iw5("'������>������.   V.tn.  ���������M  *\. *\.   t\. i\. ,���������].  i *  V    V  ,,smnnkmWkimX "iv  l  <m*-*^*-*-n*-*-'-'-'-Q^ M A ^**^^m.       a  1 f **%t^  %Mtmmm���������tr*4.'  ... w.  -'���������  i     -    ���������i'jSL-Cl  i   A'^^tr  ^'^<\-k'^m  *r   * ** -ft*".*<  '>������."*���������������  ".mi  ������������������ -2;    Vp  ������*".  '\.^;  w  n'<A  -pPTPimL  A&?$mm  pppTB^mi  ���������ApAp^mm  ���������-A-'AAp:l>>tfiif  ���������.:.   ':���������  .!..l,',"lj'.\l/,^l~  ��������� ATA^m  " aaaaaPM  ��������� .A.r-^xyM\  r'PTPPWl  ��������� ���������������������������*������������������&������������������<$<!'.  '������������������'������������������ :,'^f^������l  ''   :^V^!II  "' ..���������:.r.>1V.'''l  mi  ��������� f-,.A  ���������ism  '������������������������������������: Am  y-v'-ij.-i.'-iyl  m, :������������������ :.���������..<>  .'^-:ll  ,-y.'���������',';'.''v-|  IMMaMlaglgaBIHlHI !'���������<  S*   -<-'  >'       *' ." *  V -  res tvjtv*", -  '" '  ������V-->   ' *" ^ *' **   '"*  " A A���������"Vf-''*"  '*''*    '*'''  J  * A  A<- ^^ '   '        "'���������'*���������**<-/,.'  ���������I  THE CRESTON REVIEW  Issued every Friday at Oreston, B.C.  Subscription:' $2 a year in advance;  $2.50 to United States points.  O. P. Hayes. Owner and Editor.  ORESTON, B.C.,  FRIDAY,  OC9\2e  Unian @������w@������*nm&Mt  Canada's union, win-the-war  government is accomplished. It  has been doing business at the old  stand now for almost two weeks,  and so far it has been a case of  the longer you know it the better  it looks.  Some days ago it issned the  platform upon which it will appeal  to the people���������possibly in mid-  December���������and from one end of  the Dominion to the other the  press has been almost a unit in  commending the manifesto, provided it is religiously   lived up to  i��������� *.������ r *. *. j_.j._������i_  iti wo uivsio tuipui iau(/ uttufeius.  In the new cabiuet the portfolios are evenly divided amongst  the Liberals and Conservatives as  to number and importance, though  in the latter regard The Review  is of opinion that the liberals have  the best of it, being alotted the  departments of agriculture, public  works, immigration and colonization, and militia among their share  of eight.  Premier Borden has taken quite  a long time at the cabinet re-eou-  structloa bat- now the completed  article is on view it must be  realized   that  such  time  wa  Another hopeful sign is that the  three western liberals in the  cabinet have all given up positions  'of even greater importance to go  into fche coalition government. The  mere fact thafc they are prepared  tc make the sacrifice shows thafc  they put the welfare ox Canada  ahead x>f *oersonal or party considerations. This spirit augurs  well for the success of the new  regime, and ifc is splendidly  evidenced in the vigorous statement ��������� of policy fchat has recently  been promulgated. If a good beginning is half the race certainly  the new administration has got off  to a flying start.  THE CRESTON REVIEW  quired, not only to peaceably  dispose of the men who formerly  had cabinet rank in order to make  room for the newcomers, but also  in arranging things so as to secure  the entry of Liberals of the outstanding qualifications of the eigh t  who have cast in their lot with a  union government and thus ensure  that Canada shall not fail in any  regard in fche present- gigantic war  for democracy's supremacy, ^  Union governments of this same  sort have had their troubles in  Britain and until quite recently  cabinet reconstruction came all too  frequently it seemed. One would  be bold, indeed, to' predict au entire  absence of this, same worry in  Canada though there is good  reason to assnrae thafc this country  will not be slow to profit by  Britain's experience in this regard  ���������as did the U.S. in the matter of  selective draft nfter Canada's experience wifch voluntary enlistment.  -va x^xr&mw w&akT  Heartiest   congratulations     are  extended fche  Greston  Valley Red  Cross   Society   on    the   splendid  showing for the year's operations  as   revealed    in     the    statement  .,..u*t:���������u~-i i_~*.  ������.. i.  Thafc the ladies were able to  gather in $940 of cash money without passing the hat directly, or  by over-doing the thing in any  way at any time so as to make the  cause seem burdensome, is a  triumph even in patriotic work, as  well as a tribute to the Valley's  generosity and the intelligent and  self-sacrificing effort of none too  large a band of members.  While fche quantity of work  turned in compares favorably with  other years The REVIEW ever so  respectfully maintain, as it did a  year ago, thafc a little special effort  at organizing the Valley ladies into  sewiitg circles or knitting guilds  would more than treble fche output  ���������of sewn goods at least.  This argument has been abundantly proven by the auxiliary at  Canyon City which meets one  afternoon a week for sewing and  sociability, and so far has been  turning in pyjamas, etc., along  with some finance, in quantities  fchafc easily puts any similar-sized  community in the Valley to  shame.  Whether the best plan is to  attempt to organize the other  sections along similar lines, or have  a sewing afternoon a week afc the  depot at Creston, renting two or  three sewing machines and inviting  aii the elegible ladies to come  along in groups of a dozen or more  to lend a hand at needlework or  bring their knitting, as they individually prefer, the .society  officers can best decide  The present plan of  having half  ;l  Exemption Tribunals.  Exemption Boavda have been chosen in such a way as to make them absolutely independent and  removed from all influence. There are over 1,250 boards throughout ihe country, end* composed <A two  men, one appointed by the county judge in the district concerned and one selected By a joint committee of  Parliament. Being familiar with local conditions where they sit, the members are well-fitted to appreciate  such reasons for exemption as are put before them by men called up. - ,  Exemption wiii be granted io those who can establish that it is in the nation's! interest that they remain  in civilian life.   This is for the Exemption Bogrd to decide after having received lull information in each cAse.  v The grounds on which exemption may be claimed (which are similar to the grounds recognized in  Great Britain and the United States) are as follows:���������  ,4  i  (a)  (6)  (������)  ������*)  (������)  if)  That it is ������p*d������est Sn the Rations! interest that the man should, instead of being utaployed in military Senrice.be  engaged in other work in which he ia habitually engaged.  That it is expedient in *he national interest that the man should*-iosteadot being employed in Military Service ba  engaged in other work in which he wishes to be engaged and for which he haa special Qualification*.   ,  That it is expedient in the national interest that, instead of being employed in Military Service, ba should continue  to be educated or trained for any work for which he is then being educated and trained.  That serious hardship would ensue if the man were placed on active service, owing to bis exceptional 6nancia] et  business obligations or domestic position.  IU health or infirmity.  S  That he eonssisntiessly objects to the undertaking oS combatant service and is prohibited from doing to by teasia  and articles of faith, in effect on the sixth day of July, 1917, of any organized religious denominatioA existing aad  well recognised in Canada at such date* and to which be in good faith belongs.  to)" That be should be exempt because disfranchised under theV/ar Time Election Act. *���������  No Claim for Exemption shoidd be put forward unless one or clKer of these grouads in feet ssist-s^  and no loyal citizen should assist in, or allow himself to be made a party to, any Claim for*Exemption unless  thoroughly satisfied that it is made in good faith. j  Exemption may be applied for by the men selected themselves'or by their parents, near relatives tag  employers. Application fpr exemption must be made on printed forms to be found at every post office,  which ere to be filled in and left with the postmaster if exemption is desired;- The postmaster will forward  the form to a Registrar, who will send it to the appropriate Exemption Board.- In due time9 then? the  Applicant will get notice as to when he must present his ease before* the Board.  I&uedB&TheMtiifaiy Service Cwmcil.  138  Important Notice  to the Public  )  By order of the Food Controller on and after November  1st manufacturers will not be  allowed to offer for sale in  small packages any Breakfast  Food Cereals and Cereal  Products.  No retail dealer may offer  same for sale after December  1st.  This means that after the  latter date articles listed below will bo unprocurable.  Get your supplies now���������as  early n# possible.  Carnation Wheat Flakes 00c.  Cream of Wheat 30c.  Shreaded Wheat Biscuits... 15c.  Corn Flakes 2 for 25c.  Quaker Oats     20c.  Ittx.   tiUtUlif'h    .U    mO.       frntmHC  Breakfast Flour, wolf-rising 20c.  Creston  mercantile Co.  i* *    m JJ  . *l III I������(IRbi  a dozen officers and the members  of an equally-large executive committee tnira . out every Tuesday for  three houre* to merely hand out  yarn or cut-out work to possibly  half a dozen who happen iu, is  very wasteful of time at any rate-  enough time, we are assnred, for a  trio of handy needle workers with a  machine available to; manufacture  about four suits of pyjamas or  shirts of any kind.  Even if the machines were only  used on Tuesdays by the officers  and committee it won Id mean a  doubled output,at least. Gone at  systematically a 500 per cent, increase could readily be attained,  and heaven only knows the supplies are needed. What can be  done at Canyon can be repeated  many times oyer with Creston as a  centre if those in charge will put a  little time and effort into it.  Another little matter The Review hesitates to call attention to  is the purchasing of supplies; The  idea is prevalent in spots that be-  oause a few cents���������a yard even���������  oan be saved on buying materials  out of town that its good business  to send awav for stuff  The Review doesn't believe  such a a policy is good in private  affairs; in the oondnot of a more or  less publio enterprise like the Red  Cross Society the praotico is tho  more reprehensible.  It isn't the loss of tho business  that wo object to; its tho prinoiplo  of tho thing. It's anything but a  polite way of informing local bnsi-  nofls houses that thoy are making  too much money out of tho Red  Cross, whereas the revorso is tho  oaso. Thero isn't a business plaoo  in town but what gives the sooiety  special consideration in every way.  " Doing a mail ordor trade is a  poor way, of retaining tho  goodwill of tho looal business  fraternity, and at times thoso  frier dshiph aro an aRfiot tho savin ur  of oven several dollars a roll on  flannollotto ennnot replace; nor io  thoro any possibility of tho mail  ordor house owners attempting in  any way to make good any  defioionoy of this sort.  Thono obnervationn THE RnviBW  paflsos along  in  tho friondliost of  mmttx.'.*         1       .    J .������ '������������ ������  x*t... ������v, tm.txA   ui luiMj    vnoy     vvitt    ������-������u  no  digested. Wo aro not dirootly  interested, oxoopt in oomo regard  wo havo for tho oooiety's work and  tho wishing   to boo it  opoodod up  I wtju   fU^utM,! K.UU      W 11/11   Ul������  UlUtsWMMJ 111  I  tl, ,             "j  ...���������������.    tftf.x.tmxtmttltijl.  Greenwood Ledge: If engineers  can 'assure total -reclamation, the  Kootenay flats will be reclaimed.  Dykes will make that part of  Kootenay look like- Holland, but  it will mean a good future for  Creston and other towns.   ���������' ",-...���������'  pur camp are very milch   taken up  ^withjth������*"idea- and have lots to ask  me about the district." &  The! good news -of Kootenay  Flats reclamation has reached  England iii good shape. Iri a  letter to The Review this week  Pte. Hilton Young remarks: "I  saw in the "B.C. news in the  "Canada" magazine, published  weekly in London, about .tho  Creston board of trade asking the  government to reclaim the flats  and put soldiers on  it.   (Several in  Poultry men who are getting 50  cents a dozen and upward for hen  fruit at present must not be greatly surprised if prices take a tumble  any tine day now. The high liviug  costs experts' have Found there  were 15,124,849 dozen eggs in cold  storage on October 1st, while the  export trade in eggs for'September  was 500 per" cent, less than the  same month in 1916. > Eggs, liko  fruit, are more or less a perishable  commodity, aud with all this high  cost of living and food control hub  bub in the air something is liable  to drop, and tho descent is liable to  be in the price of the product of  the lien..-:-.  The house is a wee bit cool these evenings without a little fire on���������-just to take thejchill oil'.  Therefore:you may be considering buying a new  Heater, and if so we feel sure our stock of these  will interest you.    ������    . "  For quick action our line of tho old reliable  *  Queesa Heaters at $3.50 to $5.75  cannot be excelled." These come in sizes that will  use wood from 2(Vto 20 inches. .  ���������' *        ���������   .    .SA  Our stock of COAL HEATERS is not so extensive, but wo have a line of them at prices that will  interest prospective buyers.  Stove Pipes. Elbows. Taper Pipes  etc., in stock.    The best made at right prices.  Soo us beforo making any purchases of stoves or  supplies.    Wo can save you real money.  nwvuaim i������w-mWnj m: w tiwinwiVt*-* wt* nm ifi:w #m mt<rt ���������*���������** < nm r w\mtrvm'*lkr~*it ^^^^������f^^**J^*l^*^**^f*l*^1^^^'  it-iHrt-'ia'^w������-������>JWw^W  ^BS*S*t*m**lm  ������������  M  Mitt THE CRESTON REVIEW  *vys/-asjss������  -Cups and Simcers  Cake Pieties M  iftwi Boh Dishes  Spoon TraysP/"-V-  ' Sugars and Creams  Tea Pots       "t'r  Chocolate Sets  Berry Sets  Celery Trays  Salts and Peppers: '  ^ Gravy Sets  Mayonnaise Sets  Fancy Di&kes in  re  We have this week opened' out  what we believe is the nicest'  ' and best assorted line of the  .   favorably-known   NIPPON  J   Hand Painted   China  ever  shown in Creston.    -   v '". *-  Those   who  have  examined, it  -J'   are  immensely taken > pith-  its beauty and utility; a&d  the  reasonable  price' it-is  * marked at^-quality of goods -  ^Considered.  We suggest immediate inspection. The exceptional value  offered is sure to prove a  great incentive to early, buy-  * ing for the gift-giving season  , almost at hand.  On payment of a small deposit  -it wpll be a pleasure to put  any of the articles aside for  Christnias buying.  F. 'fit  JACKSON  GENERAL MERCHANT  CRESTON  J  SHIP US YOUR CREAM  Butterfat hbw 45c. lb.  " " *'       f.o.'b/Nelson '  ' WRITE, US FOR SHIPPING TAGS  -**W  I  t&**.*m    * m**0*  UVC/l    I   I94S  5f/jr>  'Oil' >  Cfekmerv Co.  NELSON, B.C.  I  Ore, shipments to Trail smelter  average around 1500 tons' daily at  present*.   . , . -T  >  ���������yhe Trail-Rossland automobile club  has just been Organized, with almost  60 members.  - The cannery at Vernon will haye an  output' of 25,500  gallons of ketchup  alone this season.  r -   ,       f'_  - The Vernon canpery is employing  about Sfrhands ajLpresent, and not a  JDhinlrintthe lot.  It.' A., bhest*������r of Qnesnel is the new  manager of the Bank of British North  "America at Kaslo.  j*  Last; week $11 was collected as  amusement tax in Greenwood, and  850 in Grand Porks.  Potatoes are $25 a ton at Ashcroft.  and 160 carloads have recently been  bought at that figure.  ' 33 lots in the townsite at Kimberley  were sold by acection last week,  realizing almost $2,000.  Gold Commissioner Stenson and the  Rev. Dr. Calyert'constitute the exemption tribunal for Kaslo.  The Granby smelter at Grand  Forks earned the stock holders $36  per share for the yeai just closed.  The Dominion government will  expeud $7,260, in protecting the bank  of the Kicking Horse river at Golden.  A total of 445 students attended the  Trail schools in September���������334 at the  public school and 71 at the high  school.       _ -  The new shingle mill at Salmo will  commence operations on Nov. 1st.  Five machines will run two shifts,  employing 80 men.  It is reported that the G.N. railway  will build a branch line to Trail, and  discontinue its' road between North-  port and Rossland,  There is an enormous amount of hay  being put up in the valley at Porthili  this year, A. *K. Klockmann having  up about 1000 tons.  t\\ "*  Last month ^as the biggest month  for business ever experienced in the  history of the Kaslo-Nakusp line,  according to report.  Winnipeg mgylcet reports state that  celery from "'Armstrong arriving in  that city is the best that has ever  been displayed- there.  Nelson fiiei dealers claim to be well  satisfied-witf-t^the-recent ruling,of the  ~wm������������...������v������.   xxxmj.    x xt.tmt. mJX���������CX     XiX*Jl 1.1-lljC   1/AiC?  profit on Ooal to" 56 ttents a ton.  We carry a complete  stock of  Lumber, Lath  and Shingles  wheia is* Bleed oi any-  thing in this line ca!l  and   get   our   prices.  The smelter people, at Trail state  that they will apply for exemptions  for all their employees liable for  seryice under the Military Service  Act. -t *x    t  All indicatiohs are that the coming  winter will he a fairly mild one, at  least ao far OJ*, comparison with the  previous two or three winters is concerned. '--  The Granby Co. at Grand Forks  annual statement shows that they  averaged better than 24 cents for all  the copper handled the past twelve  months.  Four passengers on the steamer  Kokunee between Kaslo and Nelson  on Tuesday were caught drinking  liqur contrary to the -provisions of the  new liquor law and were fined $50  and costs at Nelson the following day.  Local and Personal  *m>  o  t>3  LIMITED  *****  \**/\u v^v^ivij^vijL^r  SIR EDMUND WALKER.  C.V.O., U.-.D.. D.C.L. !V  .ij.'iii  BANK  SIR JOHN AIP.p.Grncr������IMan������������ef  ! !. V. F. JONC5, A������������'t Cent Minuter  Capital Paid Up. $15,000,000 1 Reserve Funq, ��������� $13,500,000  THRIFT AND SECURITY  ��������� ���������������*.w.v������-j^ij*>.**v^*^,������>^'^������j>. ���������t r\   ������������������      j.. ������������������������������������      .i  ..  i _j. i._r nm   i i>iii-iuii-^iiitii imijiii im  <**  'mm.  ������  txm *f-.*J,  wnn  "*tf*I m  Canadian Bank of Commerce. If more  convenient, accounts may be opened  emu Ub'puMu*. iiitiue by inaii. ������-������  0. G. BENNETT; MfiuiuKoi- Crimton Brunch  % VThey;:1adies;' of vVHoly VCross Church;;  scored^fefe-: edecideds*:SUcces8 Vaty -their  whist and dance   in the Grady, build-  *��������� ���������*��������� rm r**~% *7**i *-) *s *-r ������r������ ���������Ts^I-* 4- *��������� \\ **m^* 1-*s������* *-������**��������� ���������������  **-*fy       *-T������*       AAjjUwJi HfRgUVf      jVkJ^JL-C?    /-jVCIU^        Cl������  turnout of sixteen tables at cards beside those who came later for the hop.'  Twelve hands of whist were played  and the winners were Miss Bessie  Whits and Mrs. Boyd, who nattde the  high ladies' scores; Geo. Huscroft and  Frank Belanger, who were   the best  {ilayers among' the gentlemen.' The,  ow scores were made by Miss Ella  Leamy and Ronald Smith. A splendid lunch was served about 10.80.  which was followed by dancing for  three or four hours, the music being  supplied by Mrs. Carter (piano), and  Messrs. Browell and Wesling. Mesdames McCarthy, Belanger and Carter  were the hostesses on this occasion  and they certainly provided an evening's entertainment that had no dull  spots from start to finish. After paying all expenses-the ladies' will have  $22 for their efforts.  ���������;AA~a y.-r :AAA*~, *->r A. 'AAAA-:. ��������� A^ArrirAZAt^AXiAtAAAA**  Ap sxpe^yvotirQp ��������� 'PLitmge:  -tti&^^te^^^e^'fiin  ;ne WestiVfbr nit Vof; ^terror  :'C&n^&^  ica^andti^s&nd';!^^  1jreTrii'e"hcSd6"thfe*re^  of its size in C������������nid������-���������     ���������       *..-*  lhe Need of Reinforcements  Ottawa, Oct. 25���������All Canadians  should understand thoroughly tbe  kind of military organization which  the Allies depend on Canada to  maintain overseas. Since news  stories in ' the press mostly always  recount the activities of the fighting-  men, the public at home is apt to  overlook the essential work done  by the -many thousands of men behind the lines on whose energy and  devotion to duty depends the success  of those in the trenches'.  Behind the Canadian lines in  France, for instance, there are Canadian Soldiers engaged in forestry  corps, railway corps, entrenching  battalions, labor battalions, i-ailroaa  supply detachments,- salvage companies, field butcheries, field bakeries,  depot units of supply, reserve paiks,  casualty clearing stations, hospitals  bolh stationary and'general, depots  and 4abotatones, dental corps, mobile veteiinary sectious, veterinary  hospitals, ordnance corps, army pay  corps, training establishments, head  quarters, offices, camps, etc. In all  there are oyer twenty five different  and necessary branches of the military organisation to be maintained  back~of the lines by Canadian -soldiers.  In England Canadian tioops, numbering' at present upwards of 100 000,  include reserves for all the many  services in France, awaiting call, as  well as the sick and wounded, men in  various stages of physical fituesi, and  those engaged in necessary storage,  transportation, forestrv, headquarters and, other activities. Sufficient  reserves fo~ certain essential branch* s  of the service in France are not iLVai!-1,  able in England flow." The situation  threatens * to - impose too - heav^^i  burden upon .the Canadians norw 'at  the front. This is the need for eariy  reinforcement.  Sam Woo, tho local Chinese magnate, left Tuesday on a business trip  to Cranbrook. Sum and his associates  in gardening here this year have close  to 100 touH of potatoes to show for the  season's effort.  .T. W. Gibson, VTotorln. the gentleman who has charge of the public  Rcliool elementary , and agricultural  education; in B^C, was a yi������ltar at the  Creston school on Monday, playing up  school gardening strong to the teaching staff. It is possible the thing will  be tackled as $100 has been voted to  clear up a ploce of unused school  ground for some such purpose.'.  Croston peoplo generally Will hoar  with a great" deal of satisfaction that  Lieut. Crompton who, since his return  rrom overseas service -about eighteen  months ago has been in change of tho  ofldcera- training at Work Point  Barraaks,, Victoria, has boen promoted to the rank of captain, and is  novv ofllcor in cammand of the Military Convalescent Hospital at Ksqnl*  malt. '  '    , '.'A  A mooting of the co-oporatloii com-  tnlttr-c of ' thh l*rcr,l)yt.(-i'Ii;n ;i*ul  Methodist churches Is called for  Fernie next weok, we hear, when tho  two denominations will dlsoiiHs the  possibility of merging tho work on  some en u I table basis at Kaslo and  Crouton both of which points are at  at piwionb without Presbyterian  pastors., At Kaslo. too, the ICngllnh  Church palpit lu vacant.  on WcilnoHdny attending a special  hohhIoii of the Ansoelateii Bonrdiw of  Trade, Tho omelter ut Trail will not  now bundle custom ore that carries  ovui* 1 i>or ounU of ftlne, aud .WiHlnem*  flnvVr w(^Af.l'hn' Wii������ ta*j * <It** ������������������,������������**������������������j������ n,������ I  I finding Home relief for a ftltuation that I  vviii iMutui li iiM-ivy trtia.uK.vmng oir or i  mining oporntloiim In KanIo nnd fllecan  If thoordorlo notamcindod or t*yoked. '  Red Gro&m* Report  86 pairs of socks, 15 suits pyjamas,  3 surgical shirts, half a dozen pipes, a  quantity of old linen and 25 photos  made up the li*=������t of articles received  by Creston Bed Cross Soeietj' during  the month of September. The photos  were from photographer Wadds of  Trail, who senii-occatwinally pays  Creston a professional visit, and the  half-doscen pipes were the gift of Mrs.  McMurtrie, and will piovc very acceptable in the Christmas gifth that  arenowb-ing got ready for the men  in the trenches. Thoso favoring the  society last month wcic:  Socks (donated)���������Mrs. IC. Andrew, 1  pair; Miss K. Boffey 1. Mrs. Cotterill  1, Miss L. Cherrington 1, Mrs. H. A.  Dodd 1, Mrs. Foment er 1, Mrs. T. K.  Goodwin 1, Miss B. Hurry 3, Mrs.  Knott 1, Mr������. McMurtrie 4, Mrs. Lyne  1. Mrs. Mallandaine 1, Mrs. Di Scott  1, Mi*s. S. A. Speers, Miss Candy 1,  Socks (work)���������Miss .L. Cherrington,  1 pair; Mrs. A. L. Cameron 4, Mrs.  Evans 3, Mrs. Hull S, Mrs. Mason 2,  Mrs. Mallandaine 1,  Mrs. Stnceifaiith  Pyjamas���������Mrs. Bennett, 1 suit;  Mrs. Cherrington 1. Canyon City  Auxiliary 5. Mis. Fraelick 2, Mrs.  Chas. Huscroft 2, Mrs. .Tories. Kuskanook, 2; Mrs. B. Piper 1, MSkh Candy 1.  Surgical shirts���������Mrs. Jones, Kuskanook, 3.   Old Hnon��������� Mrs. Matthews.  pm  . ���������-  S>Jt\U  KjKJl^UtS  AND COUGH.  'rt i:  Spp White Pine  and Tar  0*  Contains no opiates or    "~  habit forming drugs.  One teaspoonful every  three   or   lour   hour������.  Is pleasant to take and  very effective.  A^'-'f^t  i*    **->^ x. a  Oreston Drug &Book Go.  Phone 67  CRESTON  >5?fl  Is there any  in  the  louse?  This is the first question that presents itself  to the housewife if an  unexpected visitor drops  in for a meal. Bnt whv  worry ?  Shamrock Brand  Hams and Bacon  Finest  Quality  Coohed Imftisn  ;-   Lunch Meat   -  /J Bologna, &c.  are always to be had  heie. In meats nothing  quite equaln 'Shamrock'  products*.  **j%  J-vJ^'l  BUR  & 80., Ltd.  ���������--*���������  <>'s  ROBT. LAMONT  NOTARY PUBLIC  INSURANCE   -    REAL ESTATE  DEALER IN OOAL  QREStON   -   -   B.C.  Boar fcr Service  r  Xteglstered Cheater .White Boar,  Waldo Kinfr, 157i>3, for service. Fee  $3.    Matthews' Hiincli, Alice Siding.  4 * i  (  For Sale or Rent  The Machon Banch, 12 an-cH, 125  fruit trees, all bearing, limine and  oiitbuildings. Close to town. Asa  producer of Ninall fruits and vegetables nothing in the Valley excels it.  Terms to suit purchiu-er. Apply F. H.  JACKSON. Creston. B.C.  #3B  T:yp>\  ::pm  .'���������.{������������������������A  '������������������ >:���������%  IS THE. WORLD'S BEST CHEW  It So manufactured  tobacco in its purest  form*  It    IIU9  flavor.  n   picatiing  Wu*  ',*mt\Hfm!Tmy^^  It te tobacco ecien-  ���������jj j|������ ft** 11 mm      >m.������m--~ J  m '',     ������   '    "*    wtWWWMHtWiWW^^  l!ilJlJ!.l!tl!ilillll  =  -  mm  m������  BS  -*rnm**m  iijiiiMiiiiaMiii TOSS BEYIEW. OUS5T0N. B. a  IflSvi^Vyyy  mpAAA.  piipfiiiii  ������pEaEi^  The best  yeast Jn  tne wona.  Makes  perfect  ^bread.  MADE "  IN  CANADA  1 EW.6ILLETT COMPANY LIMITED  j TORONTO. ONT.  ttCJMMjfewi  MONTPEAU  For Bulk Grain Shipments  i   **  Orders to Stencil Inches on Railway  Cars  The laihvay board has acceded to  the request ot the Alberta Pacific  Grain company, and others, asking  for an order requiring railway companies to stencil inches in box cars  suitable for shipments of bulk grain,  in the prairie provinces, thereby establishing a load line. The order  states that with existing conditions  of traffic and the demand on railway  equipment it is impossible to fix a  time limit for the completion of this  work. The cars are to bc stenciled  from time to time as they are shopped for repairs and the ne\y cars  which arc being put into the grain  traffic are to be so equipped* The  board points out ilv^t its order cannot apply to foreign cars, -'which are  estimated to represent from twelve  to fifteen per cent, of the rolling'  stock in use at a given time.  on" Horses, Cattle, &c,  quicUy cured by  EGYPTIAN   LINIMENT  ,        i-or Sale, fay Ah ueaiws  DoiIkUs   &   Co.,   Prop'is,   Napanee,  (rrce   Sample  on   Request)  Ont.  Will Relieve Monotony  on  Queer Scotch Saw Mill  ^  Youthful German |  Soldiers Blamed  Minard's Liniment  where.  -,    4������   A. ���������������������������;  ...  for  Every-  Cause I  Cermaiis Claim    That    Boy:  Regiments to Become  Demoralized  lhc examination of .German % prisoners, taken bv '.he British continues, j  and out of 94d questioned-more-than  25 per oimt. were found to belong* to  the 191S class. Non-commissioned  German oHicf-rs rclatejbknv they are  hampered by the deinoralization oi  xhc younger recruits.'with whom they  aie supplied. Thej' say: tliey. cannot-  rely upon -these youngsters, and similar complaints !-rc heard about the  inefficiency oi s^ie yonng German- ef-  Hun Critic Says Britain  * Must Be Beaten On Land  Otherwise Hope Must Be Abandoned  for "'Honorable" Peace  Gen. von Ardenne, military critic  of the Berlin Xg^ebtatt, warns the  German-army'..leaders that ihey must.  bestir themselves- to 'find some strategic or tactical means* of winning a  decisive victory on the wc-sterp. front,  arftd of defeating England, the. soul  of the. hostile coalition, on land; otherwise, he says, there is no hope of  bringing   the war  to     an     honorable  Canadian Bushmen-soldiers   Amazed  at Miniature Outfit  A Canadian forester desciibrs the  mills used in Scotland by the 244th  Forestry battalion: The Canadian  mills in use are semi-portable ones,  cutting from 20 .to 30 thousand feet  B.M. per day. A Scotch mill, with a  capacity of from 3 to 5 thousand feet  B.M. per day, is utilized *on some  operations These Scotch mills are a  source of amusing interest to the  Canadian lumber jack. The engine  sits on top of the. boiler, and the mill  is driven by a fly wheel. The logs arc  fed to the saw on a platform which  lies on rollers. These rollers are  forced lo turn liy a man turning a  crank, and the platform is pushed  forward, thus causing thc log to go  forward against the saw.  Some mill!  Moving Pictures Prove Popular  British Warships  Thc latest films, and good ones  tiiftt,   instead   of   lhc-     flicker^,     cyc-  straining kind, will be shown  to the  I British sailors in their long, arduous  i wait for thc German licet to comc out  | and  light.    Liverpool  citizens  established  a  fund   which   they   placed   at  j thc  disposal  of Admiral  Beatty    for  any purpose he might name and the  adtnnal wrote back1  "1 can serve this intention in no  better way than by indicating the  work of thc newly-formed Fleet Cinema Committee, "organizing moving  picture entertainments on each ship.  The benefit to the man will-be real  and lasting and I know of no better  means by which their minds can be  temporarily withdrawn from the  monotony of their surroundings and  thereby become refreshed and rein-  vigorated  to  renew  their work."  Worms feed upon the vitality of  children and endanger their lives. A  simple'.and .effective cure is Mother  Graves' -Worm Exterminator.  ..*..*..***..*���������  ������������������������������  1  hs j l<  the war to an  ficers in the battle of Flanders. The end for Germany,  demoraliza-ion of certain German German leadership, Gen. Ardenne  regiments ��������� at ��������� Lrj-ngewarcfc.-and Poly- maintains, always has been able, to  gon Wood wets complete: and this ! direct the campaign into new courses  was this, according to captured non- j when stagnation threatened, and he  liicers, to the prepon-1 adds   that  the   Germans   are   entitled  o believe .methods will be found to  ��������� iorce   mighty   England   through   bat-   ��������� j ties on land to seek peace.    The mil-  It Eeases Pain.   Ask any  druggist, itary  critic  intimates  this     might  be  done by an attempt to overwhelm  lhc French army, .which, hc assumes  is weakened and discouraged, before  the arrival of American assistance,  which. He says, would leave England  isolated.  commissioned  derar.ee   of  eighteen-year-old   yov.i  tn  the  ranks.  or deader in medicines what is the  most popular of the medicinal oils  for pains in the joints, in the muscles or nerves, or for neuralgia and  rheumatism, and he will tell you that  Dr. Thomas' Electric Oil is in greater demand than any other. The  reason for this is that it possesses  greater healing qualities than any  ������thcr oil.  Science and the War  t-.  EVERY WOMAN'S Wr  Ex-  Canada Will Need to Use  All  perts When Peace Comes  Addressing the Empire Club of  Toronto, \Prof. McLennan, bead of  thc physics department of the University of Toronto, and member of  one of the English war inventions  boards, urged similar devotion of  scientific energy in "Canada for war  purposes. Attention was paid by the  speaker to conditions affer the war,  when, hc said, the national debt  would bc very large. He advised  that the scientists turn their attention to the development of agriculture as the surest way in which the  export industry of Canada might be  made to exceed the import industry.  To do this he advocated the further  development of the natural stands of  Potash for fertilization found in  British Columbia, and the utilization  of our water power to make this  into     fertilizer. Prof,  asked   the   business   men  McLennan  and  manu-  co-opcrate  Institute, of  facttirers"*of the ,city to  with the Royal Canadian  which he was the president, to further the practical use of science both  in thc war aud iu the. business life.  of  the   nation.  The American corn crop is  <?d favorable from a majority  big surplus producing states.  report-  of  the  T'o every-woman belongs the right  to enjoy a healthy, active, happy life,  yet nine out pf every ten suffer, years  of agony, usually from some form  of bloodlessness. That is why one  sees on every side pale thin cheeks,  dull eyes and drooping figures���������sure  signs of headaches, weak backs, aching limbs and uncertain health. All  weak, suffering women should win  the_ right to be avcII by refreshing  their weary bodies with the new, rich,  red blood that promptly transforms  lhc.ni'into healthy attractive, women.  This new, rich, red blood is supplied  in abundance by Dr. Williams' Pink  Pills which reaches every organ and  every nerve in the body."  Througli thc use of these pills  thousands of women havc found a  prompt cure, when suffering . from  anaemia, indigestion, heart palpitation, rheumatism, general weakness,  and those ailments from which women alone suffer. There is no part  of this broad Dominion in wh\*.h you  will not find some former sufferer  who has regained health'and strength  through the* use of Dr. Williams'  l'ink J*ills and this is the reason why  these pills have. ��������� been a favorite  household remedy for more than a  generation. If you are-ailing aud will  give the pill? a fair trial you will  find renewed health and happiness in  their  nse.  You can gel.. Dr. Williams' Pink  1'iUs through any medicine dealer, oi  by mail at 50 cents a box or six  boxes   for  $2.50  from  The  Dr.   Wil-  ianis   Medicine  Co..  Brockville.  Ont.  | YES! MAGICALLY!  !    CORNS LIFT OUT   |  j WITH FINGERS!  ������.^;*..������~*"���������*,'*:������..������..������ii*.^,.������^9..*.,*..*..*���������������,.*���������^���������e,^Ht���������9  You say to the drug store man,  "Give me a small bottle of freezone."  This will cost very little but will  positively remove every hard or soft  corn or callus from one's feet.  A few drops of this new ether compound applied directly upon a tcn-  der, aching corn relieves the soreness  instantly, and soon the entire corn or  callus, root and all, dries !up and can  be lifted  off with  the fingers.  This new way to rid one's feet oi  corns was introduced by a Cincinnati  man, who says .that freezone dries in  a moment, and simply shrivels up thc  cprn or callus without irritating ��������� the  surrounding skin. '���������.-.'*"���������'������������������  Don't let father die of infection pr  lockjaw from whittling at his corns,  bnt clip this out and make him trv  it ;-���������.��������������������������������������������� p    '..  If you druggist hasn't any free-  zone; tell him to order a small bottle  from his wholesale drug house for  you.  The Dutch Potato Puzzle  German  Pressure  on   Holland  the Desired Effect  Has  Eat Less Bread  Campaign  the  in   England  Consumption of Wheat  decrease  of twenty per cent,  in  consumption   of   England  July,     compared  of    February    is  A  the   wheat  for   the   month   of  with    the   'month  shown by a statement received by  the   food   administration.  The. ,:Eat Less Bread" campaign  was inaugurated in England about  March first-, and the decrease in food  consumption for the month of March  was two per cent., for the month of  April four per cent., for the month  May nearly^tcn per cent, and for the  month of Juife fifteen per cent.  An additional conservation of  wheat amounting tc nearly ten per  cent has been readied by thc establishing of new rules regarding nulling.  The saving now being obtained is  largely accredited to the intelligent  co-ope ra*ron of women in their  homes. The compulsory saving policy, however, was applied to tj.tr public  eating  houses.  The mystery surrounding the trouble over potatoes in Holiaud has  been cleared up. Under the commercial agreement between Great  Britain and Holland, which has been  carried out with a fair degree of  impartiality, Holland agreed to supply England Avith so.many bushels of  potatoes a month.  All went well till Germany, hearing that 12^000 tons were to be shipped to England, demanded 1000 tons  at once.. This was complied with.  Delay ensued in the shipping of thc  English supplies, and once more the  Dutch government gave way to  German pressure, and shipped what  -was intended and required, under  agreement, by England.  On the British ambassador declaring that the consequences would  be grave if the English supplies  were not made good, the people  caught up. to the intrigue, and  knowing tha.t Germany would still  demand her share, and would look  upon the 12,000 tons as'aii'txtra,  they started the agitation which ended ih riots.  It is an interesting story, and  shows how- easily certain interests  can be squeezed even in a "country  that has apparently tried to be  scrupulously neutral like Holland.  Great Britain insists upon thc fulfilment of the agreement.  The Bowels Must Act Healthily.���������  In most ailments thc first care of  the. medical man is to see that the  bowels are open and fully performing their functions. Parmelee's Vegetable Pills are so compounded that  certain ingredients in them act on  the -bowels solely and they are the  very best medicine available to produce healthy action of the bowels.  Indeed, there is no other specific so  serviceable in keeping the digestive  organs in  healthful action.'  Minimize The Fire  Peril By Using  Chemically Self-Extinguishing  "Silent 500s"  The Matches With "N&  Afterglow  ������������  EDDY i������ the only Canadian  maker of these matches, eveey  stick of which has been treated  with a chemical solution -which  positively ensures the match  becoming dead wood once* it  Has been lighted and blown  out. -  Look for the words" "Cheml-  oally self-extinguishing" oli .the  box.  Artificial  TEE TH  im$$\  I raafc-ft Artificial Tm*fy  without ths yss. &! ���������ft  date: J can transfers'&  shaped mouth ������n-  pretty one; X cat*  ia .^he best work that  expert dental science liac ������volv������d, and I can  do ix cheaper aifd mora satisfactory titan any*  body ~L know.'-N*.  Examination and Consulutiea Frva.  DR. Q. R. CLARKE ,  Rooms   l   to   9.   Dont. 'Trust   B14������.  Regina     ...       - Sask.  TYPHOID!  _   no more neceaMey.  than Smallpox; temy  . experience has demoastrateA  the almost miraculous esffl-  ���������Sacy, a������dbamjIessr\e*������,oTAnUtypholdVacclnaUoa.  Be vaccinated SlOW by Tout physician, yoa aad  Stns family. It Is more vital than house fauuronce.  Ask your physician, drujrel-'I'i.oJ- scad fo* Tiavo  you had Typhoid?" telli������* of Typhoid *f trfieiae,  seaults from us , and dodger from Typhoid Canters.  THC CUTTOt LABOSATORY, BUKOEY, CAL.  f sosueise vjvccikss a assess urssss a. s, eev. ticsase  A wholesome  table beverage  with winning  flavor.  Used every-  where by folks  I       *������*r|ii,f-t     f*r\A     -flu/**-  ft m.   m.     .. f *.     *.    ���������.   ,u   '*,*, ^.   ^ .0   ^ v    Slfc.  tea or coffee  disagrees.  i  | ** i here's a Reason")  r an  An Unwilling Tribute  Enemy Now Forced to Admit That  Britain Controls the Seas  A iliird year ol" the. naval war lias  piJTSsed, No single event lias "���������occured so far as the main forces cither  of Uiii- i-otintxy and- the allies on the  one hand, or of the central powers  on the other, are. concerned. Contrast tlic comparative, silence and apparent inactivity of the big ships at  sea with the. series of stirring events  which havelTrippc-iied on the. western  front, in Kgypt, in Mesopotamia and  in East Africa in the p.tsi 12 months,  Is there any occasion foi disappoint*  ment? In truth, history is repeating  itself under our eyes, bate according  to us a degree of favor with wliich  onr forefather* a century or s-o ajjo  weir unfamiliar. For 21 or 22 years  they \vcr<* confronted with an 'indubitable, ami ombarrassiiif* fact���������the  'command of tlu- sea w.*s in dispute.  ������������������'l'i ihe- b.illh i'l Tj'.'.i'.il,.;.'''" . the  char.ietrr of tlir slriiRfylc cli:m^er1>  but. it did not end, for it was in the.  siierc-diiiK ten years lhat, under the  prcsMirr of events, thr cost of the  n.ivy ;nid iH strength in ships and  urn were forced up stjif-T by Htafje.  The past year's silenrr ;it ,������������������,-'���������, ex-  c*t,t I*,;.- ,!....���������.���������,.,...��������� .-:i.;.!?��������� r.:;.! pi:-.';,-}.  in lhe nnwillin-f tribute paid by tlic  enemy to the efficiency of the ������raud  lleet ami it", auxiliary rerviecK, London   iXiily  Telc'-raph.  This is to certify that I have used  iMINAUD'S 1.IN1MKNT in my family for "years, and consider it the  best liniment on the market. 'I have  found.it excellent for horse flesh.'  (Signed 5  ;vv.. S  ���������-VV004i.Ji.ds,"   MidtJIelon,  PINKO.  N.S.  British Prisoners  Not Depressed  Are Bearing Themselves   Splendidly  Under Trying Conditions  The correspondent learns from a  neutral traveler recently in. Ghent  that the German stories of^ depressed British prisoners dragging themselves through the streets are absolutely without foundation. Tire traveler witnessed a detachment of  British prisoners recently arrived  from the Flanders front,* They  marched through the street's heads  up, at a swiiifimig pace, .shouting:  "Are we 'down-hearted? No!" They  were, splendid he said. The traveler  also witnessed thc'^coiistant arrival  of long trains of ��������� German wounded.  The Germans pile their wounded  any how, often into open trucks, and  the witness; declares the evidence of  their colossal losses is overwhelming'.  Wben buying y������nr Pi&ne  Intiat -so having 'as  Otto Higel Piano Action  ***Xtr.  WW  /  ������������������";��������� MONEY ORDERS  t*iiy yoiir out of town accounts by Domitr���������������������������'���������  ion   Express   Money Orders.       Five   dolUirn  costs three centc. A ���������:.'.;'.;",'_���������..;  ^m*mmmmmm^*..m   , itmimtmmmBm*^ i uwi n I���������mm���������������^ iWiii'ww^mw ;  T ADIES WANTED ��������� ������������������f&P-r. i>6  ������������������-^ plain and light scwiiig* iit home.  Whole 01* spare time. Good pay.  Work sent any distance. 'Charges'  paid. Send stamp for particulars.  "���������National Manufacturing Co., Montreal.  "Can  new teacher, "tell  In Good Taste  any little   boy."    asked    tlva  mc the difference  between a lake and an ocean?"  "I can," replied . EdwtirJpp whose  wiiidom had been learned'from ck-  pcrielice. "Lakes are' much pleasant er to swallow when you fall in."  An  Argoay of the Air  The pri-.re of victory is enormous  ���������the salvation of a world's civilization; (he extirpation oi a world's tyranny heavier than the yoke of the  1 haraohs. In this matter of air .predominance, let England look to 110  other resources than her own. Amcr-  ii ji i.-. 1011111114 quickly; bul wc itiuiiul  vail for her. Let every .breath of  skilled energy, every ounce of requisite material, be devoted forthwith to this single, central, overwhelming ulijeci, Un- cicitioii ot a  thrusting argosy of the air so overmastering that it will annihilate the  icsistanee of the Hnchc vultures in  launders und iu I'Tancc, and drive  them, croaking despair and defeat.  Ifack to the shamed and sullen Fath-  ci'hiiid. - London   Daily  K\pi'cs.v,  Aft Of tltO '���������'���������oillllllMilillilHIMHIIlUIIMIiy  There   is   more   I'utAri'li   In  tiie   eoimiiy #tl>an   all  other  lliis    section  of      ...         Oirtea^e.t   put   to-  ffctlier, unci for year-' it was KUpposecl to l>c  itieurable. Ooctovn nrescrlbe'l local remeiJic.1',  and by e.oviHtanily failing to cute with local  treat incut, iu'oiiouiicciI U incurable. CatanU  ia a local (liseaHe, nieatly influenced by con-  s?litulionul romliiiuns mid therefore rcr'ulre.'i  eoiMtiiitional treatment. Hairs Catarrh  (���������tjve, niinmtiiotmed by V. J. Cheney St Co.,  I'olrd'j. Oliio. is a coinstitulional remedy, if,  ta!;cn internally ami .ut". tluoiifili Uic Plood  en the Mucous Surfaresi 0/ the Syt-tem. One  Jfuitdri'd DollarM rewind iw o/Teie������l (or any  taie thai Ilall'a Catarrli Cine fails  Send for eircularn and teMlinioni.iU.  V. J.  OIli'^TEV  ({,  Co.,  Toledo,  *-mU(J  b.v  MriiffKliit-i,   /Si'.  11.1II'.-.   i'.jiniijr-    Pillh   ior   i.uiiMiiiatioit.  W>   cur*.  Ohio,  Millard's Liniment Cures Burns, etc.  "I   dreamed  J'Csyrd   10  :,!' lied  j     ' Ami what  Hut  " J J j* t 1J J <  r,mt),      ���������  I   m  last   nif'hl  mtif'il  girl  that  I   pro-  t'onfu!  ������   MnvlAft  Mnrln������uri>i"rir������dHy������������.  ft 1l������������i<>rj������n  _ tor ������/��������������� ihtt r������������i Mtm  - W������*iu *jj umnta of four  ���������rr-jn ���������8(jr#j������������������>������.-oriiiIiiil  S|  Mnjint, (* n l'^Kirlt j TrrAttnMit "  thai Usl <itt ktxd stuart.   UU������yuuir 5       _������i  tuvlns <mr������ Ijj������ your  . t,        An  ��������� hi-re  He Won  Irishman,  a   notice   \v  passing     a  tu,  diijpln ved  shop  s.nviiiii"  * Disappointing the Doctor*  While walking along the street an  epileptic dropped in a fit and was  quickly rtiohed to the. hospital. Upon  removing his coat one of the nur.ien  found a piece of paper pinned to the  lining, on which wan \vrll\eu:  "This ia to inform the house  geon that this is just a plain fit*  appendicitis. My appendix h*s  ready been removed twice."���������  York Times. .  '   .. ,  our-  -not  al-  fte.W  aw.iiiijiij.MWi iwjjUiiiJ iw*   that everything wus sold by the yardi  thought he w'ould play a joke on  the nhopm:in, so he entered the shop  and asked for u yard of milk. The  shopman, not in the least taken  aback, dipped-his lingers in a bowl of  milk and tlrew a line a ytird long on  the. counter,  cauglil   in   liis  price,  "AVVighl,  up;   I'M   tube  l'at, not wishing to h������  own   trap,    askeil     Hie  ,;.i  .01  it.  ill-  kaid  Pal.   "Knll  it  g ��������� W Vf������ THM.. 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""""& &:ff!A^z^i)&AiAA��:iA
sy'rfi *s auia f*�� wa i
g^||V;|^jl|&^ y 'v vy,;
I Jo..;.
; A Vin clisago ;Vdf V hope Vahdf ��� qliietHcp nf.
p;��hpiiseVof' commons byVBreniietVLip
VVysV Vlslbsvcahhot be Vstarvedi^^pit^;:jtiies;
ys'VGerman; sulmiarii^
VVVV^cjarc^V'- and   . tlVe^^m
T'SyPcti VthessAllics: wilIygrow'''lessVaii^V'i^ei;^
A0] troftble&'V of;VGtrinany Vy*vviIbv^iTcr^se
Vv V tience,"ytlieyPremier ;declared, in''cpivr
������pr]Vc!usibny"yy'for courage; for- endurance,
;;y;vVfpr Vhope,V;VfdrVuhity.Vs. 'y:L,etV'yUsy;V;g'p;
V ilirougli this; hour ;-\vitli a Vtemper
lPp. thatfwill enable; us tbVdestroy;px great
Vy;V;Vmilitarys'-VVdesp6tism.V: ~ ;L,et;->y;:.us;VV;gp:
VVVVthrPugliVtliis hoyr witliVtbeyPldV tenir:"
y V pei: of Pur race, so thatVnexjtS year we;
PP; *sha]l| :begin,.. and they world; Vshall be-
PP. ;gih,StQ reap the fruitsVpfv our valor.",
V vv v T^
��� ?'y.',the *pepplc y^pf.';':the country VwereV all
p.'A itheVSetter;VfbrVbeing  told, evenp un-
V VVpalatSble truths, biitVlhey^ also?must
pTP bevtbM-^
V TppA tatii^AA'Priioy: V;cpul-dV'-tiot;';texercise
P'V reasonable :judgmehtvpr come to .de-,
f;V  ^Vcisip^is ^regd
. ;V/;rthc |ch��rryan
V;V     TheViPr^
PP "��� deal| with the f body situatioii ah d sub--;
V ���; laafinCSj; because ^eeiai-efforts were
y being ViriadfeVtb cr^
; V notvju^
���'.��.   y^rlieie iiiiVthe year^
'-      tentiOnvtbythbvyery anxious .condition
of the fpoyVsupplyvi Siiibe^tlifch,;pwihK:
;;-   largely-to^
P.    Baron Devpripbrt, vUie;'fprmer'VVfood:
'     V controller^ andVo^
:V     shipping VV^ohtrpner;^
PpT badyimiprpved ���'cph^derably^'JVVVi^sVyisiS:
This: time; last Vyear thevw^eat VW
tliis Vcbuutry Vamounted V tb 6,480;000
Vv    quartersVand howyit is;S^QO-jBOO. VThe
V-y'VyS^befc Vb^
P v ���; TVemicr : adde
P V/Therehas beeriVaVc
;~V   V in bread ^cbnsuinptipii ahdiV owing to
p..-: closer miliingV tend T.Tiopd VVeconomy,-
���;rn-:;':'''Vytliere''V-liasV*bj;'eivV' ah additipiiV; to3 the
VVV; wheat ��� stock V of. 70,000,000 VxpiSftersi;
sV; Vvv';per:;-week.V:, vV ������'.;*yv--A^pf:PJ^.pAAPP..
tT: si VELe stillVurged ccohdmy: ih: vi^ p|
Ap.. ''-V the'-^en'erai ^heatVpbsitioii.vThe-rrip
p. ��� ^fo�� ccbuntry :ecdhbmizedi VtheV less; it
V woiil-dVhaye; tbV drawvupon1 the reser-;
'.; vpirs oftlie United -States ;andv3G!an-t:
::-P: a. nda,��frphi whichVIta'Iy 'i$&d*Ff��in&$*&l*
'Vv V so yhaye tp draw.   T
��� ;Vv   increase also in ythevres^rye^ bis sugarV
Tiie liecesbary laboi:,yforitlre. harvest
y.      was^forthcoining  aridiv���'' T>y V-ispririg;;
V there -will bey 8,00<XV'p^i^tpt^ ^ph&
p\     Premier    added: ���    "With yreasohable
ecoiibtiiy there;is no' chahcevpf star-.
V yingVout the people of the'seisiatids.''
.^Dealing with / th e  shipping    sitiia-
tioii^ the Premier said that the':Ger-
./������. mahis V had    be^ii    busy    circulating
/       figures. regarding  the 'destruction  of
VV-i".-'sliippirig..'y-'^Tli.ey were dbintj    it    in
; Germany to cheer up their own people,; Va,rid werje    circulating a set    bf
figures    throughout    Germany     and
Austria, on the authority of the German admiralty,  with the  object    of
creating "the impression that England
could not last much longer.
The unrestricted subtharinc, campaign began in February, and by
April, the Premier said,.England had
lost 560,000 tons, of shipping in one
.month. The German official figures,
he added, claimed that England was
losing between 450,000 and 500,000
monthly, aftcr allowing,for new com
struc'ion. The f'g-.wcs of 560,000 tons
for April was cross. In June the
losses had fallen to 320,000 tons
gross.-' ���*������..'������.     ���" ..." .������
This announcement v;as. cheered
loudly.       #
In addition, (he Premier said, he
had taken step*; for quickening shipbuilding and had ordered a good
many ships abroad, tii.' 1915 the new
tonnage bm'lt ���vaf* 688,000 tons. In
1016 it was 5J3.000 lorn;. For the
first six months pf this ycar it was
480,000 tons. The tonnage acquired
during; the last six months of the
vcar, idie Premier added, would be
1,430,000 of which 1,000,000 was being
built in Gre^it Britain. The total for
the year would.lie 1,900,000 tons.
The Premier declared that the net
shipping losses were far from being
what the Germans claimed. * Thj->v
were 250,000 tons monthly, and if
the present improvement was maintained the net loss for )ulv nud'Aug-
ust will be 175,000 tons each.
The figures showed that the admiralty wa.s meet ing1 with considerable success in committing thc submarines, The. shipping controller
had orgnni'/ed shipping b}? menus of
belter   1/ywliiif?     rind   diaeliArspdnp-      fif
ships more quickly*- and by taking
ships off longer voyages, so that, although the tonnage was diminished,
they were, carrying, more tons. This
was iu addition to tjie large naval
Premier Lloyd
licved the losses
���er.  lie.  was  sure
i r
ttonnageVnbt only for the
1918, but, if necessary;  for
whole <6i
vy"I; doVnotVthink,'' the PremierVsaid*
ylhevtime has come for a full review
pfy the vmilitary situation. -The: main
,facts>ar^ vi-ell, knowm ;tbV the house
afid^^tlteV CpuntrylV:V, I had anticipated
^this Vyearv aV great v conyergingriiibve^
"ment'^against: bur ^fpeV V Rusisia": V:wais
equippedy for' that part as- sheVriever
b<;fbrc had been equipped. I venture
to say that. theVriippers were' begin-
niiigytogripi but to be quits frank,
one cla\V ofvthe nippers is but of, re-
pah- for the , moment, Vand therefore
we have not got that same boiiverg-
ing pressureVyvve had anticipated^" A
vy"But^thingsVare mendinjg.4The sit-;
iiatipn yinV -Russia is iVycryV; difficult
bnc,^V and I should beyVsbrry tb say
anything whichV^buIdVihakei^iribre
difficult, . because: ity is quite obvious
you cannot even statev'fa'ctsr'.-j-w-itliQUt.
embarrassing .those .who are - trying
to restjorey the situation in tliaf coun
try.v ; But- -yvhili? they are doing
bravely, ^witlvS great Vbouragey    and,
thinkisy^with 'great thoroughness,   .the1
brUnt of the fighting must fall upon
other countries.  Aiid considering all
the  -difficulties   ��� with -which    we ai-e
confronted    bur   armies    have V won
Ye��y conspicuous . successes.V-V    PpTrp-
, ''It ;is difficult" eyeh. to:; dwell ^ upbnV
the difference V ������which the   ^temporary
collapse- :of vtKe VV!Russian VMilitaryf:
PPw;crvhas made in  the    taisk':V*with
.wliich ybiir;;soldiersyare: cbnfrouted/' ���
v Mr,; Elbyd VGeorge said that British
d*yisibhs;; -vvhicli; liave; been    fighting
^nfefcei-ci-pprarily  arb exhausted pass
behind the lines! VuhtilVthey are    reformed, but :thatVJ the German  diviV
siwis^iii theV sanib^ condition go to
RussiaV and hold';a^ front which does
;hbt; "iinpbs^V severeV;military 'vbbliga-
1'0��; While; fresK divisibns^from Rus-
;si-2, cpmc::to^^h&:westerm front. That
'iimreased: thbVnuriiberbf-: Germans bn
: thbyAyes terri;-frbirt^'V VV'v' ^PP^A'P'".aa-A
%T&���ler'Vt^bsbVbbnditiohi/y^iat; had
sbeehVacliieyedrvvas  orieVof-theyrnost
���brilliahtl-episbdesyVinVthe   history   bf
'the':.British'-'^riny,;;VvV0:Vv aPa P ^/,.
^"^Kb; best VGefniaiiy-V can do:  nbw,"
M,r- Lloydv George continued^   f'when
v,*hat' practieally was her most    pbw-
erfulybppprient at the-beginhing Vof
^V^is^paralyzedVby internal dif-
ficulties, is tb:hold her own against
the; .attacks :Vof .vthe^V British   and
-French.! A.nd she is not  quite tloiiig
It. yOn the cdittraryV iii this year she
has lieen beaten in several great battles with   severe    losses,    and   with
���lnmdreds    of'   her  ^guns   : captured
vvyhich : is not :a.bad test of winning
prTpsmg a battle. aaa'-T
"With Russia ^r,ec6vcrcd: ami America really in, with those fine
troops of- which wc saw a specimen
y^sterdayj and w-hich were a svmbol
of America, coming into this "world
struggle witlt a virile swing���those
are the things the Germans and their
allies Avill have to  think; about."
"'"""'""'"' '"* 'H^^^^ies-j ,;Vy��.:VV:V^V:fe|'
: ���Uiittfedyy;jSta|feSfVsbi      said ���'Mi-i-POyrtx-A
marii oh itlifi ^flbpir V, of - the: Isehate;:: the
the  cspiPhage billVVV; He wouId have
prbvc^Viiis Vp
hadvsaid:yrtierel|w;ere  half'���-VaJ   dpzen
really clever spibs'VinVthecpuntr
It may,: dp Viis ho^: harm, one -writer;
points Vpiit; Jif Vtliere areViOO.OOQvspiesL
in: ourVmidst^: butVpne wirelessv-^a^
concealedyitt theVheart vbfVvthie yGaft?
ski Jl s or; in; tha ti ��� iiip sf:: bbsiiure V jplace
oi all, > Vtlie "rbbf Vbf Va city building,
;Wpuld),db:vharmreiibuglvV';:y p:Pr aPa.
V There are VtwbV kinds of' ^JGermah
^pies yAvho Vmay'vbe:: called V "military"
arid ypsychblogieah^y For : ejcample,
Germany had' spie&Vall oyer^Itelahdi
before * the .��� VvvarjvVVTliby vtpld Priiice
T^icknowsky, Vthe;VGbrman^::5^
dbr tb VLpndbit;V''thaft;V; Irelanid- V^ould;
land  declarecl'-war,     ���So' theV'Vpririce;
fold     i'liet    \ril\cni.   -iri-irxt-    ti A -."j^jniit rl v_'V^Sj-v<i rt't-'
on Englaiidfs:' being unable vtp'p';.^ take
a. la rge : part in a: general' war; ^tprii
as she would Be by mtcrnal  disscn-
;Siort.'VV^V-vy.vyyVV:':V-y.;-:r%: ���'."'. PAPP's-'--:-i:rP'
T^ickno-vvsky had Via V w^er an'd.7 a;
gpverhess : \vprkihg%inV county>. Cotic;;
Thej-;^ reported ��� thatfs Southern   Vlrb::
plpts.ViButVthe  Irish^ after;tliey;;ideri-
tificatton   bf   the y spies,   showed   that
waiter and; governess had 'Toafed on
the; job." ;,V.::-'".,PA V/y'V-.-. -;&���  "T'PPpAPTP;
Tliey were paid for sendingV ^cjports
to  theVfGeiibamyembassy;   andvVvthey
it j had to seiid sspitiething. ;VIf tliey had
ijisaid Vthei:eVwasy-ribV|*dbt,: tliere w.ould
f ����%& fl m.\&AmJiXs2, iKiU
.   .   _��S5"��<!'��5
:,.'.,,,Wj..��.S[S����...i. ."  ���.r'tv.^T^r,)^^.)J.,","y,   'I ^S,;;^7-|.,^^;..yTTTy..1. ,;..-  . ....->S)..SiJ::..,^.'-S',:���;:���: :'V^'':,~Sr.V^i.>".i*?-jS
��� ���-.*���-��� ji. ���*.;���:����� -���*. ���m.'.--..ix-.t,*,��'j��"it':'
Harold Frederic, Famous'Novelist ahd Correspondent,
English Jti^^^
have :';b.e'e'n no inore "'work for them
to do. And their:superior, the German agent .wrho. directly employed
them, thoughtVlic^ would haVe" lost
his job if he had nothing to tell the
ambassador. V So.; that: by the time
the; reports" wereVissembled Vin V the
Berlin intelligence;'office they wrere
magnified beyond yrecogriitioii. V
V; Thus psychology ^'double: crossed"
tHe^;yps*t4chologists,;-''.v'.'. and : wheny the
princevwent back; to 'Berlih die -was
^disgraced for net V -having foreseen-
thatV;thc Irish problem would not
tear^theV British, empire asunder.;:':
T^llsVpfy Movies>��� Sh^n Vin -
V   Couritry\VD^ ��� -A
VV AyliniV they English^ V 3^
rode; fbr theykaiser^ liorseisivaiid whb
'hasvb^eehviiiV BerlinV^fpir^Vsbnie. Vtiihe,
'"""'"'* '���>viitlv^e���js���i:i:tbV���'get^;pi^t������
"and V'tV'ay el'g yviav VHoHaitd,
withbut:; yt^iisnap: or  Vadr
British Successes
has m
/of VBerlih;
to; London'
the view point .- of-, a Vriiah i-pf���^���Vthe;.
world; after; statingptliat-V, -rib -"Gerr
maris- how: believe that lhe. yk-arycan'
end inV a vvictbry fpr VthevEathcrlahd,
slie; prbceeds:; TA'V-V :yVV;;V'V,:..';'v'';;.;'TaTaTa
fjy^rheyyGefitraris haye;.aii artfuly-way
;bf Vdenion^^tiiig?; V their; riuinefbus
���victories y��n;yland.:Varid^sc&PPPpSbme-
HveeksVagoVI saw- a most;impressive
picture (from the Gerrnan Agbini . of
yiewXVof the entrance of.German
troops*iritp yBucharestVV y It;^; wasv a
high-colored: : affair, v but it ��� \yent
down all' TijghtiVy ariclv was -heartily
cheered. Vtargey numbers of; 'Rumanian and Russian/prisoners we're
also shown oii the;screen, and the
audience "were particularly requested to note the: look of happiness
and contentment.. on the faces of
tlie-^aptives. ���VVvV-^ -V      . :���''.;';���������/;' '
."Another interesting
that in - which : units of
ifieet' V were supposed
searching,the VNorth
ii'iralVsBcatty^s ships;
Stiper'-subinarincs w*erc-
ed, arid;these evoked much cheering.
TheVboats were seen leaving; their
bases, ���VybutVVtheVydcliidedv spectators
were ^ never told; what happened A to
some of these U-ships." p   y:   V;V V
���:-������ AFfA'AA^i'Ml
L-eatly Exceed
.   -Prisoners Taken
iri Number oi
movie      was
the    German
to V be     out
Sea - for -Ad-
��� also:'"'"exhibit-'
..':.���: "Remember," says Van acute' stu-
dcrit; of the wai% :Mr. Frank Simonds,
"that theyBritishynbw liave tb.vthcir
credit a; Iprig series^ of local succes5/cs;;
They have in-Vthb dasty year captured/
at least 75,000 V Gex:man prisoners,
probably nearerV 100,000, wi til a loss
of less than 10,000 prisortcK.s \ themselves. They have Vl'iken ? between
400 ari<l 500 guns:; -without losing- a
single piece and, tliey; have driven .the
Germans bacl-V at all points when they
. have attacked'!' They have establish-
cd an artillery superiority frankly
conceded by the Germans., "VV
"And here," for the .present,., it
wcnM- seem the western sitiiatidn
must, stand. It. is waiting, I believe,
for the arrival
troops to p;iye
that' numerical supei'ioritv;iirVresen-'.v
necessary to -bear the great losses
incident tp a general, sustained of
ferisive like the. Sbmiric, which cost
the. British ..and-the .������French not less
than 750,000 killed and wounded, and
the Germans between 600,000 and
Thanks'' Not Enough
^The Kaiser Will H^e to Pay ) for
Vv':'VV:'VV-vThese-'Eggs-''PTT'Ar Pa;.
'V Germany/will have a lot of bills
pay when the Vwar is ov er 'and one
y ���AAA&'tii00*
������';'.���;���' ?-k&*i$$&'
. ���..���' 'A'-i-zA'A.fSvj.'.:
A Record Breaker
the most .important of them is a bill
for a basket of fish arid eg^s. . There
is today "at an English port," as the
censor makes -Us say.���������:. nowadaj'Si a
fisherman; *\yhp is mighty anxiousy for
the war to come to:an end. He is a
poor man and *hcrcfore the bill* he,
holds against the kaiser is; all -the
.more iiriportantV to him. : This ..certificate bfiudcbtedric'ss will be handed, to the German emperbr personally
if the fisherman has his .way. Tt so
happened  tliat  one'    neaceful     after-
'�����<���   of, the
noon in. the early ds^s
of'-sufficient Anierican 1*v.'hilc alone in' his boat,
tub allies in 'the west
Hungary's Future
Watchmakers     Win' Unique
Rights in Recent Strike
The watch repairers of Petrograd
have won a strike that is record
breaking; in its demands.
���Every watch repairer who received
200 roubles a month has been raised
to 300. Those who received over.200
havc had an increase of 50 per cent.
T^hesc increases are retroactive and
go back lo January 1, 191 y. Every
watch repairer in Petrograd. therefore, has received, in cold cash recently, at least 600 lpubles.
Evcry# watch repairer from lience-
'fouth will receive a month's vacation
on full pay. Every .year his annual
wages will be increased the sii*c of
a mouth's pay. When . lie js sick
he will receive full wages for three
months. If he is called to war .he
vvill .receive a month's" wages and
also a bonus of one month's v ages
for each ycar he lias \vorkcd with
thc firm.
. If the jeweler
decides to go out
pay each watch
The  workmen will  have
through  which  they    will
eontraet!*.  with  their   empk
workman  who  is  elected
board  will   receive   full   wn^es
his  employer,     without   being
upon   to  do a'iiy  work.
Tin-  Inst el:uiso  hi' thru,  in   e
strike,  the  employers  must  pay
full wages of the strikers for at
six  weeks.      Beyond    that  ti-ffic
workmen can strike without pay.
who    employs  hiiii
of business he must
.maker    a      year's
a  board
ina'cc" all
, .Any
i*-;c of
, 'is
George said
would grow
hc be*-
fi.. - ���   - . >
, J J ,. J V ...       x*,, .
her full capacity, an he bad
ihf. w��.'* ;irrr.ar;::ff to
Vaennf. lot, bark yard and .school
gardens have produced $350,000,000
worth of vegetables this summer in
the United States. In Canada, by
lhe Hiimr. proportion, the iucrensed
production ofj vegetables iu eitie-j
imd towns aniountft to about $28,000-
Appointment of    New    Premier
Step Toward Independence
Thc appointment of Dr. Alexander
Wekerlc as ' Hungarian premier
macks a step of the utmost importance toward real democratization
arid complete independence from
both Austrian and German influence.
Count Julius Andrassy was impossible because he is pro-German and
the. anti-German element has gained
the upper hand in Hungary. On the
other hand, Hungarism of the new
premier, is above reproach. Hc is
known lo be no friend of Germany.
He is one of the moist popular of.
Huhgarian statesmen, noted for his
democratic spirit. ..    '.,"'. ,.
The Hungarian national spirit
fast ap'pro.ichiri*** high tide, as
prospect opens of at last being able
to rcali2C a centuries-long dream of
absolute independence from Austrian
domination. King Karl ia iu perfect
harmonv with the bulk of the nation
in its desire forja great, democratic
national Hungarian' state.
Germany's History Is One of War
One sometimes wonders whether
the Germans- ever read 'Germim hi:; ���
tory, War and aggressive war has
beeri. the; nati-Sn.'il industry of Prussia since the days of Frederick the
Great, iu the half century that preceded lhe present slrngt^jo l'rns:-i:t
first isolated and then struck down
Denmark, Austria, and l''r*im*o in
succession; and now a I'riiHsiani/.ed
Germany is making a biygcr ami vet
b1.-or.Hr;- bid toy the y,i:P.,try ,.f ',A\
'Europe. What, a record for n power
that today boasts of its pacifi. purposes, drclareB that it is against aii
aggrandisement, and whines that Sit
haa no dearer wiah f
reconciliation of all
don  Daily Mail.
shot of the harbor; a submarine suddenly emerged alongside. Before the
man had. time to fall-overboard, from
fright an officer stuck his head out of
the conning tower, and in perfect
English asked if he could have soinc
fish. "Sure," said the .excited fisherman, as he' turned ovc-i* a basketful.
'���'Can you get us some eggs?" asked
the German. "Sure," said the man in.
IheVboat, and promptly pulled for the
shore, disappeared into his hut and
reappeared w.ith several dozen eggs,
whiclivhc brought out to the hungry
snbmarin'e crcwr. Then instead of offering to , pay, the ���..crew said
"Thanks," and closing down the.
hatch, disappeared -from view The
fisherman explains - that he thought
they were English, otherwise- he
would riot have supplied them.
Food Prices in
~        Enemy Country
Hens Are Now Worth $3.32 in Germany ^
Information concerning food costs
i.i Germany received at the offices of
the food administration show that
many edibles, particularly those containing fats, are selling at almo.-jt prohibitive prices. Fat for frying is
bringing more than $4 a pound.
Goose  fat is sold at $5.36 a  pound.
Fowls generally are high. Fresh
fowls bring $1.10 a. pound, larded
goose breast $2.08, salted goose legs
9i cents, young country laying hens
$3.32 each, well fed geese $11 to $19
each.. The egg ration at Hamburg
for one week was one egg for each
11 orses are in gre;it demand for
food and horseflesh sells at from 53
.to 86 cents a pound. Kabblis are
Sold al $2 each, ("hee.se is <-iio,tcd
nt   I'i'i>im  3rt  to Mx  eenls  :i   pound.
. # sThfeVfactsthatvtlie
tined'tby play V thei; role
Attila; :and;Vb^cbirieV tim; scourg
- Europe; ywasV'^bphesied;Vne
:yearsV:agp-'rnVVa; ;:V'fcmarkabieV^
'publishedVin:.the -;NewVYork: Times-"'iiiTApAApPPPB^^
fainpus novelist^ and; cbrrespbH^ett^ VV^:
y A: AtythatVdatei'ybf V-^biirse,''.:the>kaise;^VVV;
on vbeha.lf  of: ��� his**^ nb-^-j^i^r^rVyhad vV;
many; oppprtu iiities ��� bf :;cpmihgVin V cpri- ��� : V
vV'Qne shudders^ VM^Harbld EfedP v V
���:eric V wi*p t^s^as'Vorib';i-^
coritemplativev head-pofT ; theP blbbcl-V V;
;hound'��������� solely^ becausevtheVstories: that; V
'��� hay e'sbeeri: :tpld\/bf yihey'terfiblcyf erbc^V7 ^
ityvwhich lurk^ :^
'���'geii't'le-, extel-ipn IiiVthevsatrie
lppk into the: fapeVpf this ybutig;; heir V-: V
.pf; theyHbhenzbllern-J and;.���remember^p;:
ligriaritVtalesVwhicIiSIiaveVbeeii V tbldVV
of, hisVinner:;natureV; by;:;tlibscVwhoV;v
'knewVitv'best. -.'-���.       ���';���:':���*���' TTPa.PaAa.'::.pa-':���'";
'���Their .dislike Vf or liim is based Vonvyv
a general  cpriceptipn ofv his -charac-V
ter,; yThis vicvvVisUtjiat he ; Is utterly V V
cpld, entirely selfish, want only ��� cruel, t  :
a"���'���:��� yburig_ lrano witiiput conscience br ;
compassion.   .He is saturated^ with all
the instinctsVand ideas  which V have V ;;
raised���'. this:VparyeriU;; Prussia  to    its
present eminerice,"- and yhis  character V"
is the crown and flower of";twb; cen-V. ;
turies of might wjth ruihliessness ami;'
spoliation jexaltedv into a crted.    TpPTpT
"On the; bther hatidi liisVmptheFvis V
they best; royal product of JaT^tbtaibr
and;Vfundam entally different Vciviliza^
tiicm^V v V^
speaks of hi^ motherVto liis ��� assbci-- V
ates,: arid faimiliars; as  'thtsivEhglisli- :
wbmamy: He bstentatibUsiyVaddresses v :
herVih;iGerman,Valthough  hevknbwsV V
English  perfectly, V ahd  she v has  al^V
ways  made    a point of having her V.
children: speak English Jntlie family ��
circle.' ; ���;.������ aP -Ar.A a:;Aa^-< ^a TAP:
"We all  know thatvit V^:a;V''"mere;-':sy
matterV ofVmonths; before he will be -
the  autbcraticV -master    of-P 2,000,000:
armed  men.    The  question is^-whiit
will he do ?   T'he most commonan-
swer is that he will overrun?Europe.
It seems very probable that some future Taine, a century: hence, perhaps, ;
will write tb show that William II.
of Prussia and the GermanV empire
���vy-as 'a,mysterious belated^survival bfv
thev'aiit efmedia e val *"' Gb ths- Vand-vVaiirW^
dal-^an Attilia born a thousand andPP
rilbreVycarsVya!fteir;jliis i'tim<StAaPa ''������ '������ ?PTrP
"NbbpdyV^ith:::% head
could hiavb Vpassed  ^he; -wc
ended iri BerlinV vvithotit V recogiii-tirtg ;
that;   if    a. fire-brand boiriess;:* tbVt!i��- '
.throne    tiie.  mateirials    are V:   close-';
crowded tipon him for a terrible con- ���
flagrationw ::
; "Even now, when I go dovynstairs ,
in this hotel to eat my dinner, pne-
half the men at the tables are officers, in uniform. The elevator boy
touches his , cap to mc wiUi a military salute. The waiters when they
receive my order, turn on their heel9 V
like fusiliers under- tlic eye of ��
drill sergeant. The military spirit
pervades everything; and everybody.
"What this means is that the army
here in Germany will utterly swamp
v/liati organized pacific instincts there
are in the empire the moment a
youiig fighting kaiser draws his
sword and cries out: "Who will foi'
low mc?"
"The military class is all-powerful
in all thc upper and middle and higher grades of society. Little of provocation, of the popular appeals to
national feeling, would makc it matter of nine-tenths of the German
people.. Kaiser William II., In the
glamour of his youthful distinction
of face^arid figure, of his deep Tenotome prejudices, of his all-controlling belief in himself and his race and
his destiny, could hurl a practically
united Germany enst, west or south
a month after he has ascended the
Hohenzollern throne.
"This# is not a pleasant or humane
conclusion, but it.is a necessary one.
Thc lesson taught by Prussia's success, by the rise of the Hohicnxollerh ',
dynasty, is an object-lesson In blood
and iron which has not been lost on
any  German-.mind."
������:��� ���: ������ ;v;y.; jwiraa
��� ���:������������::< Abmf
��� r-Avdm
,:S  .;>�����'���"
���',.':\: !','i:
,o   I.
hcr own   llu-iun^li   way,   llieie   would
'l*l��J��    t>��\0��>��Ji|i    rrrtfttrtxtrntr.,,*    I.
proved the estaYdiHliment. of
of tii'vienlture \*-it!�� ;i opit'il
:i   haul:
of $1,-
lian "l ut'
Vicarious Treatment
GmIIj"!-.���Dfirlnr        h'.��v^ t,r\,m       ft *������ I tu fivli-nii       (.mti-i
treated a patient furious of memory? I shipyards, or  the
Dortor���Oh, Vf*. indeed    I   rmplov I IVmI   xx,\\tf  und< r
Ships Will Be Supplied
Ships and    more    ships,    will    b
needed,  and   thev     will  lie   supplied
Ciiyiiu.Wiy,     jiloaliug     over     the     lout
work of her suhiiiartiie'-, should consider tlic evidence  tlmt  all  the    car-
litre, required will bc available.   Our
s.oldij'rs and  food for them,  railroad
material for our new* lines in France,
truck"*,    hospital     .'.upplirs,   foud  and
munition-*   for    imr    allies     must  be
li.im.ij'uted  .ui'-.'.ii  the Atkiutie.   For
all this freight there will be sufficient
a bill  v*ollcctor quite often.
c vv
k '1
i.       {ifilil       A nu ri��>'jt)
roast    anil    olhe.*
ihr   'Ainrri��';m   flritf
Deuteronomy V. P-hissta
The destruclipn of fmit-bearintf
trees is iuadniissable as an act of
war, and was condemned by the Jewish code more than 3,000 years ago.
A correspondent of the Spectator
i.uoles these ancient lines:-���
"���When thou shalt besiege a city a
long lime iu making war against it
to take it,'thou shalt not destroy the
X....I- ti.. . m,  ,   t ��..��.*�����.. .    . ,
i . r ��� ���-        i ,,i , t Xi i        .'j      in. Hum;    ..iJ       mtlmc
against them; for Ihou mayst eat of
them, aud thou shalt not cut them
down; for is the tree of the field
man, that it should be besieged of
thee? Only the trees which thou
knowest that they be not trees for
meat ymu uhult destroy and cut them
down." ������uriitcrononiy xv, 19, 2 (Hr-
vised  Ver.sion).
Uuiiiig the
*wuy fxported
tonis of ti'ti
lUHl     MX
to Great
mouths   Noi*
ll.it.dn ��A000
iiiiiiiiiiwiiiii.il Bil������fs-&;  t'-3l-*f.-*i"!.,if .,���������    V'  ������MPT.  feSy*  iii';:  |-5V?^c"-  ii'-^vv-  l������ft.'il .*���������?;'..;���������  ivv,  HORSE!    JJX>������  horse. V; Apply  Creston.        * v  e������ATJB���������omaii    ranch  'V-Mwa.;V---:;. Tetorston,  COIXIB   PtTP8;V Fo������ ; Sai������b���������Good  Workers,: ;$5   each;-^V;icroB ������������������ ���������' Carr,  ���������Chreston.^ -a -. a AAATTAPprrA'.:.-.  W. Seliaager was a; hasmssa visiter  at Fe*rnie this Waek, returning on  Wednesday. :,.:-'V^:-';;^'y-^V"./:;''-' .-*-V'-'V:-  Mrsu'A,"' 1^ Caraet^niiVw'asa week-end  visitors with friends at Cranbrook,  returning on Monday.: ^p' ";���������;'  X. W. Rutledge, V S., Cranbrook,  paid* Creston one of his periodical  professional visit Monday and Tuea-  day.,v...v-y;V.V.-Vv.V wvV 'aaA("p-  Arthur French of Bull Rive*'waa  here a couple of days the early part  of the week on a visit to his mother,  Mrs. Quain.  these  samples  S'earj  nme printer,Vandtisave money."  V :^&^ of fcho past ten  days; has caused quite a demand -for  aSfcs^wtmd.Vy'ffhe prteeia^ cents  higher than last year. So far no coal  hasvbeen breught in fey local deale*^;  butit is sura t<i be higher-priced\is  Well;    "; ���������-:. ArrAAAA\AA..:.rA.        .:,-.       . V -r  j ^^Rta-ht** Vatt^aptipn': i4^ the whist  drtyea������d[ danc^  with cards ������t 8 prbinpt, and dancing  at 10. 25 cents admits to whist Or the  dancing, or <10 cents .tot, th/&W&&>*-%*  ������*������*'���������*>'?*������������������'' '-'At"PTPP-   '���������"'. AP'  '.';A:\TP- . ���������    '.'���������'' :*. V ������������������*-->:  -Ua-ftAx^ftx/a,.- .���������--.- ������������������   ���������:���������.-��������� -     -   ".....-.  :'v....;V;V.y.-;.y; vVVVsvV:'::-;:''.::.......:������������������'���������.������������������' 'V:*^';y.-,v;v-;:'vVvy  Runningclose second to Job CV������������hfe*s  18-pound turnips is a 42-pound pump-  kin^he v*traong   seyei^Valtppst   as  "'  .Sr-Vttr TiP To :  The Valley potato Prop  is  pretty- r.eMrAitnA:,.'-|lrt*f^AcJ^v^ssiei^n^of  well all harvested now, and is turnip ^Vttnbvo^^^t^i^  out    iiw-gei-   thaii    was iwiticlpat^ &&��������������� J0b)WlV*$Q& .^s^Apn-fc  earlier ih  thfe hummer. VThe  tiibertt ^ Ii. Camerbti^l*^ivi*o������v^uy^^tte*'  are remarkably free from scab and of  average sisw^vThe entire  crop  will* ���������__ ,. ....,, ,.-.>t..- ,.til  -.-,-   ,  averaKe around six tons to thskcre.  ;i,bahy RiriahevHt^e <ine^>aasink aw*K  ������������������:���������������������������...  '^.---ss.sy.-s;.-;y;:y,;-s.-        ��������� ���������,-,;. ,- y -   -,.���������.-.���������*${wr;ast^i;;-;iUwSs^inVSi^u^y l^i*  W. J. aath-Jtwa^ia? San FrantiiscoV  Calif., was a Creston visitor a couple  of days theV early part of the week.  He is the partner of Sir. Paulson, and  VwiiSlooking -over the Arm's timber  holdinecs near Kitchener. His'daughter, Miiss M. G. Hathaway, accompanied  day to visit Trail.   They had the misfortune to lose their three months' old  The Red Cioss Society request*  ..._ ^ _.v  ...,.,.. , |:ftfc'..fcfee':Ti-*������rife^  .���������^hriafc^Chi-^h :i^ii1^j^itaJhuwa^tv Uhicuri Rwai^hmise > P������bt*V:VlaiJe^^  ^nrisc -unurcn A^iit nave its harvest Monafty.Oetf 2������th. 'V;TheVa^ples;'.utUst:pmmm  he in Nblsbh on' N<������v. ^t^jUi;^^  ed'iri aVsiMptiieriifeijife^  Vph-t������.pA;rP;A;T^Ai^  thank^M!^ %?i^^  m   -Jfr^tMiiJStibsl ;w>U l^her������������  i Bggs ait* retailing at 50 cents a  doaftn in Ci^es^bn this' month���������high  water mark for hen fruit at this season of thb ye������������v  The experts at the  tnanetsgi  whba.Kfcjui    .  for both nibrniiiigand eveningseivice.  There will- (he hut one celebration of  HolyCbtntrififtian-;;Which��������� is Ht8nan.  There will ;bel special addreeiseii; iind  music, ^d;th^ bbjivch will bc^^itti.bly  .t*ec<yriafo!i&  JF.   W. iMtimiitonv was Vadvised *b������  FridM-3^^^ of his apppintmeht to selective  .John   xVillianis,/ the West presort  raMhiP'ryywlJ*'' ^a������VinV:U������wn ^is^ee^g  fs*a66ih-&r-.Vfb!^eSv'^  Across ;the riyeps ^eVijequiri^els; jM^yiiiii&jiy  ���������layihg.up':������-y^iylliiri^;g8^  iov the .c^dVmq*riiihis;;.v.^  For $ai*b���������-Two ybiing milch cows,  good stock. Also a Kristin stump  puller, praqtically new. Apply A;  Cambron. Erickson. v'  Mrs. Bain and children of Pincher  Creek, who. haye been guests, of Mrs.  R. S, Smith for some". weeks puat, left  for home on Sunday.  Miss Doena Taylo? returned the  latter part of the weekVrfrbui^V Vancouver, where she has been visiting  with her brother for a few weeks.  Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Sheers werer  motor visitors to Cranbrook *oh'Friday, returning on Sunday. They  made the retarntrip in five hours,  FredT*y|or,=who has spent.the past  week with BSrs. TkySpr^ aed family  here, r������t*i������r*sed to Flagstone on Tuesday, where * he is setter in- the Jbyee  mill.    ' '*-;-*���������:--������������������..��������� ; ��������� v- .:.^ ;,;.' a.a..  .The high school girls are having*  hallowe'en tea -'at..- the school house  this^^ 'afternoon from 3^30 till 6, to  which  the la lies   are. all  cordially  t *mtm.^..  ��������� ._���������   . About 90' per cent, of .those   who  V ..have   been' examined   from  Creston  . under selective draft regulations haye.  already applied   for exemption from  ' overseas service.  The usual bit of before-winter roadwork is iipw being done at points in  town.'   It Is mostly in the--������������hape of  ,    filling up the low spots with a good  .... supply of graveL  Mrs. Frajplick receiyed the bad news  .   the latter part of   the week, of the  death of hei* mother,. Mrs.  Clark, at  Napan-pe,  Ont.   Deceased was in her  eighty-fifth,year.   V "   y vr  The    missionary *anpive*rsaryV-of  Creston"' Methodist,, .^cl^irch will : be  'observed On Sunday, Qct������uV28th.   Both  services will be conducted by Rev.*"J*r  ������������������ .Gal������e*rt^D;I>.v-'S^b;^Vyv.'*-'���������;���������'-'��������� A~-'i:i^'  ���������>������������������ ���������    -* " "--'   ; '-���������������������������:'-.'TC-' iir:.**Ais':.:-:.;. -���������:- rr.-ilH  JNert' Wednesday- will W-fehe-ku-sHifc  ���������the Wednesday, half-holidays for *this  year.    Commencing November it will  '��������� be business "as usual every day in-the-  week, except-Sunday.   * "-'.';  Mrs. H. K. Oatway will; receive: for,  the^first time since coming to Crestxm  on Saturday, Noyember 3rd, from 4 to  tl, .after that she will beat hpmethe  thirfThiii������d^y of ^chmoht^^  yV^A'^^iro'vIebthre'-ivill  ��������� ^Spee'ifeV Hall on Saturday ;:night,;at 8  o'block,   by Rev.    J.  Calvert,, JDiI>;,  Kaslo, entitled "A Trip to Palestine  . and Australia."   Silver coUectiqn.^  Rev. j. S. Wood is. anhbuhced to  t<ike the" Presbyterian services again  on Sunday, He and Mi's. Wood arriyed from Kaslo on Saturday and are  occupying the manse during their stay  here. '   ... -  Vice-principal Smith is* undertaking  the organization' of a troop of' boy  Hcouts- of the public school scholars  who are of scout age. Later on a  corps- of girl guides may also.be  formed.  QThe young -people's organization in  connection. With the Creston. Metho-,-  dint church Has  been revived, with a  very   encouraging    membership    to  start with* 'and the following officers  in charge!   President,  R. B. Staples;  vice-president,   Mrs. Lees; secretary-  ti������uaurei;. Miss H. Andrews.   Musical  apd   literary . evenings  will    be -the  . feature of the society's work, with an  ��������� ���������   ^iccaaiohal social, to which the public  ���������   will,be.welcome,.throughout the year.  PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH  SERVICES  Sunday, Oct. 28th  Sunday School    .    .    10 a.m.  Preaching nnd Praise  . . 11'  tJOti.'* iou  ,..ju.  (JANYON CITY, Afternoon  Kvoiiiiig JService .  7.80  to date the war Has cost iiaoada  Canada has *pept inC%fiiwc|  ������**- *  ;^imI will p$.$egs^^  "r~A-.---*'^-*~'  ->s.������r v .���������:*������������������--  "���������:'���������* -  r-. i"  i  rr p Gr^"Bri.fe^:"i^ mudi  home for herself arid for our  must bi^-^iredil  ..H^yeryv o^vsr ���������ikM.tryf ^iiife. ��������� *-she^^<^tt:  ^.vCradit,':-'' ' V-*' V--'V--'v'''*r?-y:*'VVvVvv" ���������VVMV'yVV"-''^-'.,  -'���������' 'good'tliat oftiijttcpl^^  p traded ai^iquj^  "!'^j-^ ;ai^ip'*',Ganada-;:; ������������������������������������ 6 ^.'':; :'C*,..v 'tt: ^$������:p  ������waiits .to  for peut? tnateoals, etc.  *  ���������, ���������**..:-*-V..'o;'.'.,.. .'e-;Vi'*;.    *" .���������������->>.---;V '-T--..' .::''m- V, ���������'',-<���������;���������������������������-  '^- ���������'������- .''���������'..'������������������   "*'  ���������    ���������'*,  .���������-'=      -��������� .���������'���������---. ^r'.:��������� ���������-������������������. -^^fe-rcvi'.-���������������.���������-������-s-;.*y^--  '.'��������� ��������� ^LJi"3;'>^'ic!jj:;',"^y."5;".; 'r i^..'.  ��������� t*  ���������T.V-'-  i.m-Vi.  ^'$timifigM_  ��������� .'.ffmX>.'t''A-.i--i..;<:"tir- i ..���������-".: .-'^y-"���������'--���������?���������-��������� '*������������������*-'���������-^v::-. -������������������������������������.:, *"..���������*< ,:������������������''"-*:'������������������ T-",-T'5>r-;.-  '- '?-���������'���������"������������������''     '-'"Lm "'A i. *"L .������'' -������': c* ������������������!���������<;::.   -Xrr.-.Jh .,*,'. ffC'T'-VX^iT-  :'&ir''-i'^---Axi'A'i:*J-\.:'r'A:  -^-'^ "v -^ borrd^^t������ ^>^^^^]^S  iis'y^'.^---;:::  own people iiist as 3^u iKMijt^ ii^-n^-j^iir^-^^^^- ���������  5������5^:peop!^.^y--->,vvj:,v^-,^  t;ii^.i:^U'aIsaba^^  -.-������������������^aiiM-^monw^  'A^M'Ax-'rr^^A1 :x..*mL,r?'A ���������-.< T^PgA;. 'V'tXzA^l^riA.^'r^^JP^rAA'A^  .-*.���������-���������  ���������t..,  ��������� "I1 '���������*������'"/",��������� \  f    *."-'C i������;-fT ^,!~ .;  ^'' ** ���������   V ���������     t" ������������������*���������'*    '*' *���������*  '���������'������*���������.   i        ?���������''.'.* ' - .' ���������"���������...''*���������    .?*.;,���������.'.'*','*������������������   "; "P.- '��������� ."'A "���������"'  w������,,f...Ideedsl'. '^Aiisart is.|tt;Ca^^'������$^^ ^ia^ditiin .:oi^;:'that^  ���������m  \i.  ArWT'p^  t pt ^iettt.  '���������  .'.'.(.'..IfX'-V*,'  ^V'  ���������iftr';\  : ������������������;'���������*��������� ' '���������;' -P it'  .JJorw how does Canada get the money  v"C.  ;; ttt supply those needs an4 thus fceefcj oj^af i ������������������ ':'$$j^ '  ' avx-oxk^f^  ':p'"t\��������� How, Britain  needs our wheat, our  : dieese," -j^ttiejV hogs8 ���������and':js2������2i^vsaanwl^  tured articles.       '������������������"..  'v  .',*;';.',",���������;'���������'���������''  Canada also needs many of these things  ���������^-betweien the two it amounts to more  than a million dollars a day in cash. '.';  And the producers must be paid in  '.'cash. '',,; ..  Neither Canada\..*v-6r\^ Gr^; B#ain  could go to a Canadian farmer and buy  his wheat or his cattle on credit.  The fanner and all other producers  might tje ever so willing  to  give  thei*  fioiintry credit. but Ihey could not do it  . because thiey ��������� have to pay cash for finages,  bV v^hich both Canada and Britaincan pa>'  -tish for^^Caha^-s products^  '.':T:t^::^ixi^^ it from "the people of  Canada: through the sale of 'Canada's  Victory Bonds to be offeted in ^6yeniber.  a������5 offered .to the people���������to raise; money  to help to finish the war..        %   ": ,"'"'���������'  :   "Canada must keep her shoulder to the  whedi even*though it be a chariot of fire,"  ,A U *   . - '    ' *       *    m * V  and the way. for Canada X%y. keep her  shoulder io the wheel is by buying     ;  i.*  ������������������'.-���������.  -. V/  !'  HUBJECl': "The UncotiulmtM  KfflMwl. ������,f MlVNHlJJ."  All welcome.  REV. (i. S. WOOD  Mi n inter.  '��������� 'lXV"  T'-t;r,i..'' 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