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 {ZrA&yzSiA:  iSHSilF  /���������{*$!J$#'S'������*#l'"'&^^^^  ���������&<Ss������''j<'-'s5;;s':5>s>;;fv;^Ss^ .���������:'���������.'-���������:������������������"  ta^^^Sil^^m������*^-^.^^^������-i  ^V^.V;^BvV;f^^^&^^^^?;^^^^-^^i(f^'^^-& ������  ^���������v-.;-'/.v'.>V*7';-,*-V"''*.^'v^ ���������������,(  &  ..^sSB&i...  -'SMS*-**  ?;&';V  ''"Siy  ^tS  ���������::A;SvV"^^,"gs  Vol.  ;&gEir^  iA:iA '���������-  l-ssM'ja.jiK'isJ!  \^cy-..S'  ..Sf.yil.->7;.r.-  ^S'K.SS  combined-bnsihes*-ta,n^^  VtbC;VimebuyeryVSe*tw  ^^Kii^rt)I^^S^^SI-*S8P'S^^^S  fe!"&S^M*^'S*^ 'Vvili!^'1^^^ hah/ted  ^^irning-ybjBacetvfbrVtbeyelection oh  ;,Mpnd^; a^ be/ at  ;/th<eVPa^^ V  V:V;W^M1* the; ��������� tiuhtin&sseasbh /due to  -blbiselbn Saturdayi; this Vhas :Vbeen one  Vbf the p^relsfeyears; for 6b nab time for V  leenl; g^isen^^  only resident Ui ;gb������ hisKusual siipply  Vbfyeriieoh.PV^tWeen h^ahdyGbralcl  /���������tKej^^ -��������� - -Vry.  sf V VMisbVyiiafi^  /Vb^h^/ihV'Veh^^ school sines  Jrftidsamme^^  V^hd^hes^rbsteee' are;-losing/ for a  ���������i^iiccesSbrfVs UtpP tafce^V Charge - V aftefc  y-Ghids'tnri^V - V TPT-  ^ySili^ (neb-Ash-,  ^wprthjcpf ���������sP'bueb Gbunjey/';B.G., arrived  "^VfbwVdaysya^iV ah^d^  Vs^pping7With Mri Vand V Mrs* ;;W.hV;������  ^^-300^ -The^ihte  ^perniarient home in the 'VMibyVbs/the'  ^VhortherhVB.tX\ clirnatn ^:i$ a;littleVtbo  iiiigorcms'f^  Of/they  Dennes  got the^b^hewsilastyweek;  death :'$mn^^^v^:^0i-l-^i!Bu���������i'  ifHb wa^^thbbgh;? noj'-detMais  ���������*artzV;s"y"aiia^^  killed; in" JactibhxjwVdied Vbf :/wounds;/  ^iept.''<-.Howrrdleft-here^ith (^ E^sjt  Canadian Contingent as; a private and  -his-pVbbnribtibnsiwere'saccbMedhi  Vthe;strehgth--...bf.VserVibes Vih Vthb; field;  Aether brotbbi*^^  been.soseriously wounded that he will  "itojj^-^'Vab^ t-h^frbht  ..������qBain������|*^ilbVVstill������- 'bnbther rof rthe?  ;fa^il^/M^bx02i-ictH^  casualty lfst -for   the third time,, so  seriously.-.wounded that; V: it;;is dohbtf iil  if heywill^yerV bev fit tb; serVer^ iixe  ���������tfroiiti'nig}^^  win/L&eVVgrJ^  mffiedat theyJackson:- /store^Cjrestbn,;/  oh Satuidiyy; Vhight*;TheA machihefcte  ia; prettj^gbb^bbb ah^ vthere 5 isVj-wVfinie:  supply of records. The lucky ticket  epSty WAent&PT P;l 'TS^Psi^r^j^^A-y  V^rVySeiii^rsohVta  hei-e-bn /Wfedh^day.:VWhile - a������ wbrk  decking logs a part of theVpile^tav^;  way andyin its. pre^VGebi'BrpderickV  had/ ia/V narrowyescape  fvotinVVgettiing  under- the jvfeilling- timber- a He Vi was  more or less scratched j^outylbb;face,y  hut;hbt;enbiigh"tb ikeejl Vhi*brv-bff,wrbrk.s  .more than "one day, an^t^e'eali Of the  pscdicp:':whils^tiiSisl^'.."-/wis' upvV*-eally  -nece-i������ar**K.;y'y'.;y'V;;;v; rp:.pTPTPp:TTP[ApTTTPT..P  AT/Mri/V VWearmbuth''^wasV's a- Greston  caller bh Monday showing/the/na,tiyfes  ^aibPleshbf V/the /twist^he; /bad/riianurs  factm-ec^frohi I the- tobacco grown Voiri  hisy ranchr* this P season;V: some; Vbf the f;  leaves bfVwhich V were two feet  and;15^nchesi'ax^q?s.:- pPpPprPTrAT  :^hb:Unionist^hads'a well attended  rallyat tbeVcobkhbusb. oh W  hight^e^nsideririgV/the; Vshort vhotieb  g^ehas-well^theVistbrmy :wea*therv  ^EFibSpeakers were Key; VM.VLees, Jas.i  Adlard; V iand^t^iFrahk^Vljewis, allbf  .whbina:did'8bmb^^ctiyeyw  ^nibdistVcau^.:y^;vB|b^l^ a  yeryV c^able"VehairiHiii%.VjVlxospects;  af'trthat;: CWnybb^wiliVativleS^  even fbr^ the UmohV0byerambi^^  ass&gf  :*.ip-: ���������> ���������rr&r-^f.r&li-if.'T'  .V'*.^ii"^w*V-??:T^*l^!-,tv������^.  AAk������AZ������������������z?M  IA>MP^0W^  ^v,i'ffl'!.*'Vv'"r'i;  51^  V; TherbVivillv beyhb:r^  vice -ohSuudiay; .;ReyvG. ������������������������������������ S. Wtibd is  slightl-^ibdispbsbd^idVwillnot make  :the:;tri^-.VV:;^V;Vi;^yAyV?:j^  ���������-'���������?-&������������������-,  ������"  T: :H. VDayis^ ^hb :ha$i^6eeh;^brkihg-yr at  Arrhw^E'-arlc^'^'^^^ hibnth^cetUrhed  ^V^uVad-^;;^.^;^^  wcNbrmanVCraigie,; wh^CJias V'beeh at  Hbsmeri;B;G.,Vsince", t^  ;tHirnbdj:totheVValley ^elattei-ypartVt^f  :theVweefciandiybxpecfe tby^pradsVthe  :.wihter^bei^VV:V:;VV:::V;V''-V;;^������;V>:y  John Husaroft iund  bride Teturned.  ^0iP0^iinv.':^  |spgry^f^y-;c5.:,:yw1  M:  m.  .T4:  m  AAA  ^isSfWl4RS^5of;:^lsbi**i arriyedjbn-  s| ^uhda^i-andj^lweudihgVay  V^vWithVl]^ftiendi:^i������^  p'P: V^iahkVE-raser is^'busin^ayisitOTrat  Vt^^TrailJfbr ai.fe^daySv:. leaving Here on  .. :;^Wedhesda^.;-^s'v;;;Vs;V.v;y;Vy;.' Tr 'a '; 'Pa ��������� '-PP  VV   vMre- G������ Ha4l ^d, Mrs. Guy Browell  t$ were ;at Creston oh Tuesday; lending  a hand at  Red   Gross operations that  V-afterhooii,   and -hiaking  delivery of  the Noyenobbr output Of  the Canyon  .VGity Auxiiiary ;forNovember, which  ���������V consisted Vbf;: 8 V suits of pyjairias and  V-;'.: pne-jp������ir:;bf socks. ���������:;-'���������;  ;V'Sri:.T^iV.;^riilllhuaij!.f;' showiEiill    retards  v shunting  operations   these   days, arid  thus far, despite Im good intentions,  'VMt1.- Speaker^ has y^bfc 'secfl'inedsii deer.  VOn-bne of his jaunts, hoWever, he re-  Sorts seeing a white hawk.   This is.a  ird; that is rarely seen Jin these parts.  ; Thjey are a nbrthbrni; bi������sd, y aba Dad  V; ���������'.yBrbwell aigues tliiiV this is a siii'e sign  . we i*re; .to have heapsV'of ������now -this  Winter on-ftccbunt of the bird-coniing  V so far south., >    P ���������  ,*':'' ':   ' ' ��������� , .        ''������������������'-..���������'   -.  -���������.  Mr.   and Mrs. Cody  arrived  here  . from Fernie the fore part of the week.  He   will be the new storekeeper, .as  Mr. Waylett Is leaving for Winnipeg  in a fow days.  ���������- .���������������.- ���������    ���������'��������� - ������������������.'���������     ..���������.,"���������'���������'..'    ��������� fA; ���������      '-...���������       ��������� ��������� ; :..  ���������("     .Teffery Knott had the good luck to  PRESBYTERIAN -CHURGI!  ;; '���������: Jofih ��������� BatMeV;:"^^'''"^;b  '.p������'^.;hM^aDpMntnii^fe  ified last Aveek  as ��������� Vret|irniiig  ��������� - -. . A-?'.!':... . -        ...  4,VQ. VJ^VWig^h&ai\d ;-Walter-Gbopers  w"ere G^stpheaSdrwS<������n V^bnd^V'ahd  '���������Jttfe';.Rflgendale^.bb';W^dnbs.da  Vv - ;Wynindel7. ���������will haveV phe of fits old-  tihie ^pbpularV ;dances>;pn .Saturday  eyening, I)ec..22nd. ��������� Keep the date in  mind, and b&with 'is;r > The best'time  ever is assiiit������d.    ��������� -;-V ;:   ���������;*;'; P.'aP. 'P:;:  ? a. P:  . VGPhe luckiest deer hunter sbfar this  season is John Bathiev, Vwho bagged a  fine sample of: yenison on Fridays.-.   V  .; W. A. Pease "Ciids party . from Alice  Siding are camped at Washout Greek,  on a deer hunt. Wo are all hoping  the recent falI*-of fresh snow will make  the gaine a little easier t.o; get on.to.  So far lbcii.1: hunters ;have had little or  no luck at all,.and the season ends to  morrow,, '    .'���������.������������������        ������������������'������������������������������������"-��������� ' ������������������' ''������������������"'  Jmiiee Siding  MorganV Long ; returned ; hontie on  Saturday,^;after flpenifling 'about1 fob*  months in the Pincher Greek,'Alta.,  country. He V states that they, are  having it from 20 to .40'below; zerb,ti$.  prairie points these days. -       '    ; .. ���������������������������'.;'  Tom Midford came in from Trail  the latter part of the week, and will  likely remain until.;after; the Christ-  mae holidays. "' ���������;-:'.;.;���������-'     ':'V"-.;-  W. A. Pease, Trennie toiigi Walter  Garrand Morgan Pease are spending  the balance ������>T .the- week in the hills  around Wynndel,   on the aiiniialdeer  ���������hUriti-.-���������������������������������������������..-     -.';-- '���������'���������'��������� /.'���������  Sunday, December 16th  Preaching-and Praise Service  at'li a.ra.  , ''God's Sovereign Will in our  lives working out His Divine  Purpose/'  Siinday School at 2.30 p.m.  Note the change of hour���������for  Ghristmitis holiday sonnon only  livening Praitto and Pron������hing  at 7.30  "Divine Strategy In llunian Life."  - Tlib. very last one r������f the misaing  Cattle waa located this week. A calf  belonging to, J. H. Webster, which  litis been Boarchod for high and. low  for .three months, was rounded up  nenr Washout Greek on Monday.  There wore eight memboiii out for  the meeting of tub Knitting Olub on,  Wednofldayat tho homo of Mrs. pease  andU^ splendid afternoon's work at  sock-making is reported  LouHe MoMurtrio, who has been  homo on leave for tho past weok, re-  turnod to Toronto on Tnosdav to  rcHume training with the Plying  Corps.  Cecil Moore Is enjoying life at the  motropoUn for the rest of the month.  \*.t\ \u or* th������������ W. A. Pp^*,,r<* Hor? f.t;".ff  for the Ghrlatmas rush.  Word has come that MIbk Bertha  Pease reached Venice, Gnlif., sufbly  uf ter a.vory enjoyable trip all the way  lown, anil has started hor otudlco ut  the commercial 'u-hool In that city.  S The; Deee>u'h^Vm  ^piajrdpf* TradbVqh ^^bsd-^;ftight'ywas  largely- devoted? to cleaning^'up the  odds and ends of 1917   business, prior  to i^e v^hu^-yptr^ti  ;hes t MbhthvHyT^e^  "bu^^yfODiei^ei^withtPresident  ��������� dbri^hVpi^B.^diing/ ''PPP.PPPP.aA. PTAp-A PP  ���������v:'"?Po������iiH$^^  wae thev;una^iffivpb&  $25of the. board'ii'Pfiihdsi tbhesbpty-b  theV;^^ifax^h^s^l^  with which^^lll; gb V^let^expressiiig  Gi^tbn VaU^s^s^mj^th  'su^i^M;ih?thi^^ul^  ,!lf^u^;-;GpnsJ^l^S|^ :  ^tnibnthrfbTeStw^  :frbmtG.r^tba;.?itd^|'Shemerg^^  hb*^: pfithe Associated Board -s of Trade  bf^.Gj|v^:T^l������|^ieh;iivas endeavors  ihg:^t^;:e^������|^i^^s-|^et^  smelter������Mt*i|^^^^V^  acebunt'pfetfiie^^pi-bc^  as^hbe^ht^-^hic^  a$:tl%^n^l^:3^hg^p^trike.-'^:He :iti'  not pptimistiejthat, Operations will;be  resiinaldv i^i?^i|;fe^^  ;rather;-j*?bod-ft������^f^  has; ia^r^::la^|eV'Bli^  h^rid'tbat. th*^  at a prbtiti''ahd^fch������ES&^  conie thewp-*^bi$^  ',tiPh's:.fbp;a;^������-B^^peth^  ;VThe coimuittee V-bby l^rlg^^lohVhad  considerabib Vcpifr^pbndencb;. to;; 'sub<  rbiti showia^i^t'tntiy aroTery niuch  pnVthc Tj6h.- &Ebgi"bieer'yBiker has iibt  fouhd"ta"t^^i^isitl^^stph to feb over?  ;j^e:VjH^jiq^^  take wat^M*^8^bmb^ti^y^el*^-V  .^;be;ableKtb^;i^ye0iw$ :;as';-to  iebst; bf putting ih;^sy^m?sufficieht-  ���������ly^;iarge;^j^;V'snpply5^  but hev;^ill":be;^aibh^V^  ;posiSble-'"datl^Cltt^i^J8p  b.s^is; r^b^ Isyi^yailal^;;^  tfi^bbajra^irt^wa^ aii Ti rriga-  tibh n^eetih^ie^V Vj^enVt  :ing;side :bfitt^V^tp**^V^i ii';|"b'e'i^>rJ3sb.riJ;.i,'  'e4as';W'elI-;as^v������^teu"ien^^^  the: beneijits^S^g-^b^^?^. a gi yen  . by; authcMei|juBs|^ V;,  ���������V^sjt^Bi^^leg^ati^-^anTO ���������  *wS*rdid^ideii^  cbtirtihit^^&V^hich-^  prepa"^-aV"tuemp^  y*m6usv;y:ihatt������rs' ^b;V board- bei*byes  ;tJ^;besteInteresfo bf the Valley would  be'-serbed-'^^were action taken by thes  authorities along the lines suggested.  :Amon^tthese,:rof course, ;the Kbbte-  nay;VFlats Reclamation 'will receive  viery^ prominent V attention* :^fh; this  latter connection itVVis..... pipppsed to  issue a-^pamphet giving1''iii-tabloid a  general,-..; hisUiry of the propositibh,  ahd what its accbniplishuieut would  mean to * the. general prosper! ty of the  province. This literature will be  supplied to the M.P.P.'s, so that when  the matter is discussed in the house  the members will have -a working*  knowledge of the undertaking, for the  prosecution of which work it. is expected a vote will be mudein the 1018  estimates. Incidentally'the literature  can be used to good ud vantage in  other directions.    ; >  The legislative committee .will  composed bf Messrs. Constable, J,  Hauiiltbh, Hayes, Gibbs and Bennett,  and in* view of - theC cblnplicuciilns at  Ttail among the things the legislature  will be asked for is an'amendment to  thfjexisting act so-as to give a uniform  ^elghtwhpur work day to all classes of  labor at mines and smellers,  ���������'������������������' Stiniwter of Finance Hart favored  .With a lengthy* Cmnmunlcatlbri  justifying tlio imposition of tbe recent  sur-tax, Vagainst which the board en-  a protest. There was iilso a . letter  "from Minister of Works King stating  that there were no funds available to  place an engine .on Hip Kootenay  River" ferry at present, rbut that if  traffic -warranted it possibly, un engine would be ��������� supplied some time  next'ybar. ��������� !'-';���������   .'.;���������'''*,''���������''  VV The Trbil^bvijs /figures; 20,000-������������������ men  aroadve-rael^iafi^ct^d byVthe;;clb3ing  dp-^-pf the ^i^i^ri-inVt^  V^I^esideht'^'^W^^nV'-ybfl  smelter: says VtheV strike is< ca*u8,ing>  loss of $24,000 daily in wages alone.  ��������� V  VV Tlse ranchers' ih- Greenwpbd district  are selling^^ their c^Lttle,' owing to the  high;epst of feed during the; wiriteiv; -V  VVWinehtare wbrkingV:oh the installa^  .tiOh";pfVs Trail's ,Vfnew'V^3ewerV'system.  There is no sbareity of help there these  'days^.V-.:VV;:y;yy-y:VV^  ':pmmpBi&iS^M  .,*���������'"-r..^ ���������>^V^:'^r;\-....'^i:.^-*irl":'<3>'-*l3V  Mrs.   Dan VBell of  .::' ':,^A.rAA rA^A:-~:m$&ftim&r&&  ��������� :.:���������:: :VA-AAA AAP'r}������i!M&P^$>?&  ",''���������'' -'���������'���������,��������� r Ar AA-���������j^.'A'-c.^'i'A.Si^^yr ^iX^t^T^j   jqmfthi^k^^  here a few days tfcis?*week'.;bhlp^^?3w^^  ;he'r''.:'--.hhsbartd,;.wliio-:is''in-Jc]ii-^^  8w|tch;engfine^'.;presetT-t.;-VV:^  ������������������:,-:.Irobl^vBley,;:;-.^^ajto';'bn:';;'t[fep:^  -ebginje^^ndvfaniilyVareshbw^b*^^  the' y-residehce: Vlately;.'V:'bccupibtty;';hy'SVy������|^M  '    "       "" " '' '"'"  *"   '" ''"���������"' " " PTP0:iPSr0i$  .   Mi  W0m0k  Ernest Good.  The;:Varriya!*; bf i- ii ;bbat"ihgV;bf T ice'^hllsSl^pi?^  wood is finding it di*fflcult,  to prbcure  carstotran^  V; Cranbrook -and: district subscribed  $206,150;. to/the Victory lioan^inpre  thahV double 'the  amount- brignally  Pi The VshbtfcirigV down pf^.the ;Kaslo  concentrating wcrks has 'stillfurther  increased, the numberVybiF Vidle men  arpuiid Kaslo.   V.V.: "Pr'PT:'pA:pTA'PPArr-':.p  y/Fpr- it������ year closed-;vNby;. 15 the Nelson Vdistric&Jmt' up ��������� $20.SJ7'?Pfor tne  Patriptic $'tind--$3,0{)p iiibre than the;  ^|bb^pji*e-yipiis.;V.y;yV ������������������.;��������� ;-V'';y- 'AaTaT,'.':>. V VV  "aVTheV vGi-ariby ���������'"snieltei* Vat (irand  Forksis now operating ;six sfurnaces,  and will firb up; another When'siiffieieht'  ;ore;ac/*um.ulate3.VV/VV-VV;V'-';V-s;^        ' 'rPP  v In' Order to Vuiake good they loss of  revenue thi-bpgh the closing up of the  hotels, yKaslp; council: will.likely ***������������������  'crewse the: water /rates.; ;���������������������������-;      ..'.���������..'.', VV ;  a.^The;; Phbeni"S; Miner's  given  notiee,   that it   wiii; not  rpbi2e business men  who; do; not put  uplfbr the Patriotic Fundi  A'p������:Z'?i&."'  the lake has put/the ling fishing <*ut of  .   . ..     . . .   businessV-'-VT^ei^.f-w^;;*-?ble  The Canada, Cooper^ Go. at; Green-1 b^ them : ti>V:bpierate;-yon;.'.JustB^bout;?a '  ������������������-��������� ��������� ��������� ���������"���������'-���������- ���������������������������������������������-��������� ���������-������������������������������������������������������ i-'day-beforeVtheice^-eah^^  ".-, JbhnVHe^pn^'tent^pM^  h'eMsS "had tp:*.;retu^ ;^;iGi^b^^  sWeek,',8ii������fci-ipg'-frbm;:VaV;badV^  la grippe; VBbb^FindlayMp^  yill-  'Uriibh  has;  ���������.i'l,  Will  :'p -Wm.* Jeuks Vshbt ytwbsideerin :the  hills; at Gi-eenw'bbd one day last:week  add strangeVtp say both ;.wpm:buckls  thatLhad-i3hed;:theh"yhprhs;;^y".'/  V Grand ;';':'J?prjKsiVwto8VyanV/bpideinic;-of;|  smallpox of a mild sort -and.in cbn-^  seqiuence theVhiOying'piclure threatre  ii^imig,ated;������fter;eiieh/Shbw; yV    pp:  'V;V3tp������:J^b^^enyer; the*"nnmbei* of snb^,  sciSb������M������yt<*^^ thessyicto*ry Loan ^sis ;xh^:|  Vperilipd^f;  V V Condue^ors^ G*veni y; GanieronvVand pV  Jackson keep local citizens pwelir,wised;V  up ;oh Vthe* political V sitiiatibhfe.these'P  days.���������;���������'��������� One of tht; trio (hot/JbsephyVOfP  course) is/rash bnbtigh toV/wahtVl^ybetS  50 to 1 * thatV-East'^poten^Swill go V;  JImordaii.PP"'f^p^pr.P^  ��������� ��������� Mesdanieb North'and ^ysbuthVwereVf^'S  Creston-calleraVpbVThiimMi^^  ,the^Presbyteriah^ba2^r.VV~;Th^  ineidentallyhavesher hameVpu^h/th^v-^'f^lsSlS  Voters list, which gives; tljis -'-^iHtsfiafcVSy^il^il  Iea6t"five' lady ./voters, v; ;:;-VV?VyV;;VrV^V;y *;;;:;y V;  v i^v. j. s. MjApbd/  English ChhrchV servieeVybn ^Ti^dwyV  'ni^ti/V'The'w; sh(Ould;;be;|^y|^^  pn t of / 't*iiirieritbsj;:>tnd ;/Austiriit-M|tp/^p^������|a  .render thanks a thatc-the/ ���������.beating/'^'he^/||ii^j|r  got wasn't:a wht",le;l(������tvwbrse'jy* "*::;"'   '-'::":;^:-sr%Js**  liii  \i:AAAmt  adin������yK-vvst^|l  *3.t  ''sv/PriiMi^al//y;.W������i^e!^/V/:yb������^  hunfeiv has stVfitr/been^/ii^!bi^tb}Jb������gi  '^^eK..altlibughVshe;/;li^Vhee  the hills on/ /eyer'^'.-v/favbrable'-'be^  oflal������i'^.-VTh'e-;shobiihgseM6h"''blb^  Saturday.  ������/���������& W./Muih^iahd^^rars/V/in .  Kultus Creek' for? ;vthb^'eel^end^^blk-^  has,':about ;c������������mple.ted//-*^ri^pg|Bm  fbr'..n.tttti.ng/qu|tb;"a4n.W  woik;bh/his/silverVle^j-Zprb ''""'!:''''""'"''''"''::'*""'"*  Ivy JpHvn. T -///���������; TAa. I TPPpgppp:.:  fiPonrfin^S  ^th*  AS^-^4v  S^/Bysbuth wks atVGrestbnVbjnVMbhJ/VsiSl^  .day oh election ���������'��������� business.PiThe/v������>ter������/ ..���������.,..  1is^^:;re'Vised ��������� Von ���������; - Tuesdi^-*-Shb^/v4Q������p^J^  o-i  Wycliffe'/Vapd^^^"vsvllle^ withp^B";  to the/Victpry-J-ifVanV/ppssibly/theyb^  showing pf any. point in Oauada. ..*���������.'.  i Kaslo Kootenaian:: It is statedvtbat  if some more taxes and delinquent  light and water rates can be collectbd  in,/; the city council for the present  year may be able to go; biit of office  leaving no overdraft behind it.  .;::yF6a^$j^^^*^cJion:y:pakV;Ni^  bbalV*-stpve,VVs;g/tipd^  Abditoriimi.'ppestpn^  .'���������;���������; ;'/For -; fanc-'yV:' dre-������'VV;ina'i^uin^o;V/;f||'.^Pf  ��������� ���������''.- ball New Year'8;eve-s;V;Any;peirebnJ-/;/V:^  .. wishing to.'.-t-prit.V costunietsciil^^  Drugstors and; piCk//biit;--thb/'pnei;/%^?//^|������  you desire.  ���������'A&'!t!$?}iil  W:^MT$t������Mi������  i-f,y.  .\'yv^  W.'rf:  TPmm  PaPPMw  .*(!;���������  '���������'���������''Ki'ifllo council has leaned  the city-  owned skating rink for the winter for  ���������$57.'   ' -���������,-'������������������  Tho Qiibscription to tho Victory War  Loan   in    Greenwood    amounted   to  $00,700.  Tlio Military Service Act exemptions  tribunal at Greenwood hnd '10-1 cut������cn  to handle.  Arthur Biddulph  Nelson Brown  Philip Butterfield  Stanley Gwynne  Fred Hilton .  Robert Hubie  Defines Howard '  William Johnson  William A. McBean  William'Murdoch  Prank May  JfijdW^rd Penson    ���������  Charles Pendry  Stanley Reid  Irwin H. Simmons  JH(eirbert Stewart  Roy Stocks  George Smith  William Timms .  William Turner  \A)x  Vi^'v;  ���������)V..-(;s  aaP')  -���������^'���������-c'li  ..-������������������������������������������������������ ���������*������  W'  ���������'4n  John Wood  ,v^-  !.'i:-,vr|  ���������AM  J*lxX4Ma  WELCOME.  At Grand Porka all thc pupils at  uotn too nuuue ana mgn uciiool are  lieing vaoolnated free of charge.  Tiiere are Mi iikiocm low* on the lUli  municipal voters list at Kaslo than  docoraunl tho 1010 list of voters.  ���������  en trios at  at Grand  There wei-e noarly 600  the annual poultry nhow  Forks last week. .,.,,.  A second furnace is to bo (lied tin at  tho Greenwood smelter, and will be  run for a short time.  The annual school concert at Port-  hill last weok, followed by at-uippor  and dance, notted over 8100.  the men of   the  eliding fi'.itX'j  U������  ; In Flanders fields the poppies blow  Botweon the crbsses, row on i*ow.  That mark our place, and in. the ukV  Tho hirks, still bravely singing, fly,  Scarce heard amid tho gunH'hnlow.  Wo aro the dead;, short days'������>go  We lived, felt dawn, saw tnm^et glo\y.  Loved and were hived, and now" We lie  In Flur-iV:-'- n.-ld;..  Takeup our nuarrel with the foe 1  To you from railing hands we throw .  The torch;   be yoiir������ lo hold it lilgh I  If yo break faith .with uu who dlo  We shall not slcen, though popples grow  In Flandoi* llelds.  ���������"i-'i.VI  Knulo hears that  5-Jth K4tt,al!on  etc  ������u������ot a uii'iiioiial in thut town to the  lute Gol. Kumball. late commander of  the regiment.  *$  /^  w  M'  ���������:A,. \  ''Jx  -       '"'J*       '  i~rmrn,r*mrmpr'+mrm-*<r~+Tr'  -z'J^^x^frttr  mr.  Vf, *���������* * -  ft-KX  V #T-  .: Af  >\t  S35S*i3r  (J  *���������>      V*   ? \      ���������*'   .    .  ���������"���������"i-.M  .*5"Ci  W.xUii V-  \M!'  ���������*>.  ���������r'������ *'.  ETHE KEYIEW. CBESTON. -8. CL*  ���������M-WWft-gftL-^W^ll. Jli ������������        ^*T>#^^^*fn-^mr^r^i.  .Jfer-  ������������������ ���������ir*~*'1' mAj������������������m  A BRIGHT TOBACCO OF THB FINEST QUALITY  10 CENTS PER PLUG  AMAKA.NTH  CLUB  . .  ���������* BY ���������  J. S. FLETCHER  WARD, LOCK fc CO.. UM1T8LD  (Continued;-")  put it in his pocket with a grim  smile. "**  "Ticket of entrance to���������Avhat?" he  said;  "Ah! that's what you don\ know,"  replied .Lydia, "And, I don'"*; kuov  cither. Well, you'd better make your  entrance under my distinguished protection.   When?" *  "We'll sup there tonight," answer  ed King.    "Tonight, at twelve."  CHAPTER XXI  Reckoning  Day  That year parliament sat until well  into  August,  and  house of commons went to grouse  moor or sea stretch carrying with  them  the    uncomfortable    assurance  which Mr. Barthelemy had just  brought ovcr from Paris. And for  the time being Hilda Tressingham  said nothing to put hcr innocent  friend in remembrance of them.  X  ~ A~..  Again she regarded hhn with grave. j^ their presence would be requir-  attention.  "I guess," she said at last, "I guess  you've piles of money, haven't you?"  "Heaps," replied King laconically.  "Since 1 S3W you I've come into a  big fortune. And I had one before.  Also, I  don't waste my money,"  "You're the sort of man Barthele-'  mv likes to get hold of," she.said re-  fle'ctiyely. "Well���������I'll sec what can  be done. Vou wouldn't do anything  rash'"  fd at St Stephen's again in the first  week of October. George and ���������-Letty  Ellington went to the Yorkshire  moors, T^rhere Ellington senior, and  his son rented . a small shooting.  Hilda Tressingham visited them  there forNi week towards the end of  the recess. Since the night of their  joint visit to the Amaranth Club she  particularly    mentioned  nnaa, going daCk vo  or two before parliament rc-assembl  ed, was rung up on the telephone by  von Roon, who asked hcr to go  round to Shaftsbury Avenue at once.  She found him and the inscrutable  Mctz in the midst of heaps of luggage.  '-I am only back   from    Homb'urg  this very  morning,"  announced  von  Roon, taking her into his    business  . "f" X wom;    "We have not bee  members  ot    tne> two hours.    AH the same,.'I wanted  to see you at once."  "Well, I'm here," replied Hilda,  taking the least dusty chair.    "What  isVit?". -. .. ���������,.������������������������������������.  Von Roon dropped into the chair  at his desks She"thought him looking very fit and strong; hc had lost  had    never    _  that stirring episode to Letty; if she  . ��������� . ,   did refer to it, it was as a joke. Let-  On the contrary, I am ail ior cool | tv> however, considered it to be lit-  and gradual work," ce answereo. I {tie more than a joke, and she, on her  can see that it will be a question of > part j^ neVer spoken of it to her  time. But I'll mn that xnan down husband She had decided, after  yet" - ���������        M j some anxious thought and considera-  "Well, of course, it can be done,   j tion,  that George would never  hear  she said.    "There's no hurry' {of it.    She had not seen anyone at  "None," replied King.    "Ta-ie vour j the ciut> %vho would be. likely to tell  time,   Lydia.     Consider  matters. {George that his wife had been  seen  "I'm   considering   them   now,     she, +hmm-*-   ���������������������<������.j���������ptiHv.     <zhp   .remained  said.     "The   thing   to   do   is   first  to  get you admitted a member, and after that to give Bartheleniy a hint  that   you're   the  right" sort    to   take  next  door. ,   Reffiembei  T>������������������ *-*- -i'l r������m ���������*-  never admits anybody until he knows  all about them."   -  "He can know all he likes about  me." said King. "I'm a somewhat  eccentric young man about town,  rich, with a taste for seeing the curious, the out-of-the-way, the bizarre  things of life. That's all. Except  that I inherited the fortune made by  my respected parent, the Bermohd-  sey tanner, that I've come into another  fortune made  by  a    maternal  ���������.uncle who cultivated sugar in the  West Indies, -and that, while I'm generous and benevolent, I've got a very-  shrewd idea of things, and know jolly well how to take care of my money.    And   talking   about   money     re-  .��������� minds me that I owe you another  three  hundred, and  here it is."  Lydia took the notes which King  handed to her and put them where  she had put their forerunners.  "All right," she said. "Conic and  see me again���������a we*ek today. But,  oh, Bannie King���������it's an awful risk  we're  running!"  "You 'didn't use to be short of  pluck," remarked King. "It'll do you  good to rc-assert some of it."  Then he went away, meditating on  what he had learned. Run Barthelemy down to justice he would, no mat  ter what it cost. It was a dangerous  game, no doubt; but it was a good  game and an exciting one, and it just  suited his temperament. Hc was going to lay aside all else for it, until  he won or���������lost.  Next day hc began his course at  the medicated bath establishment.  Hc saw nothing that he would not  have seen in any similar well-regulated establishment. Hc was received with courtesy by the suave  attendant; he paid fees which were  in character with the high-class appearance of the place; he was scrupulously attended to. But, as Lydia  had warned him, hc saw little of the  house.^ He was attended from the  reception room to liis bath room; he  was never left; hc was attended from  his hath room to thc dpor of the  street. Into any recesses of thc  place there was apparently no chance  of pcniirjtiiiig.  King spent a good __ deal of that  week in reading certain works on  ���������subtle and secret methods of poisoning, lent lo liim by the specialist  whom hc nut at his club. He was  beginning to understand something  of how Avory had come to his.  death, tuid how he himself might  gu:ft*d against a similar fate when he  lt-ocived a note from Lydia Likiu-  .���������.1.,i.. ...���������.l.'niK hiin lo cull. He wen'  off lo Maula V:ile iherc and then  Lydia, at niplil of him, produced a  lelicr.  "That's all Tight," she said. "Vou-  'r������: a fellow Ainaraulhiaii. Itui'lhch:-  iny knows all ahout you. There was  no difficulty."  Kniff clanf-i-d thr- letter ovrr. It  w-.o -, ij,j,������-'- 'Vjrij'���������' 1 iuvi*-i'UMi *!<->1 \x"  bad been cl-.-'*t<-<l a member of thc  Anvaraiitli Club, :m<l *.(.-. kin'* for his  ���������nh:.rri(itioi)   and   entrance   fee.       Hc  there; consequently, she . remained  silent. The episode", in fact, was  dropping away from her mind, save  as a faint memory of an innocent  rakishness; dropping away, too, was  her recollection* of the fact ihat  .somebody or other possessed certain  bits of paper on which she "had hurriedly scrawled her name after she  and Hilda had indulged in the little  game���������so  amusing,   so  fascinating���������  some superfluous flesh in face and  body; he looked determined and resourceful.  "It's this," he-said. "Thc time's  comc. At least, it will bc here in a  few days. So���������yoa can put the pressure on the little lady. - You have  done nothing as yet?"  "Nothing/* replied Hilda. "That  was settled. Nothings���������until necessary."'  "Very good. Now it is necessary.  Of course, they're in town?"  "They will    be    tomorrow.      The  house  doesn't meet until    Tuesday.  Very good.    Leave it to  me.   , But  have not been_ in  here j there's this that I  must know what  is it that you want to  get hold of?  Precisely what?"  "Yes," said von Roon. "You must  know that, I 'suppose. Very well,  then. . It is tliis. I'll put the whole  affair before you clearly. Of course,  you've; got to remember that it's all  theoretical. Some detail' mny go  wrong at the last moment���������what we  want mayn't be. available, mayn't bc  there."  "In that case���������r���������"  "Iti that case, you Can't help it.  But here it is: Parliament meets on  Tuesday. Now, remember that we  have inside information from the admiralty itself. On Friday*, next,  probably during the eyening, a certain memorandum^ in typescript, will  be delivered to some five or six of  the principal ^ieads of: the admiralty l  of whom Ellington will certainly be  one. It will be handed; to each in  sealed envelopes./ WeV must go on  probabilities. ~ The probability is that  Ellington^ Will carry his copy home  in his despatch case. What we want  from ybii is the possession of that  despatch case for an hbur���������even half  an hour. We will knclr what to do  withy it when- we -getit, and we will  hand it back to you, for replacement  intact���������-exactly-as we receive it. But  now-���������how do you propose to get  hold of it?"   '  (To Be Continued.)  What Germany Has to Face  Not the bitterest foe of Germany  can 4akc satisfaction in the    conse-,  quenccs' of a few days and weeks of.  frightfulness Held in    store for    the  fatherland.      They,/ are   incalculable. ,  Babes still unborn in Germany    will  inherit the disgrace    and    bear    the  shame of it while they live and   bc  hated even when dead*    Whole generations will pass before thc tale of  outrage and bloodshed begins to takc  its place among "old, forgotten, fai  off things  and battles   long   ago."���������  Chicago Tribune.  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CL:  -.     n*-������/**-*.+  I Scientifically  | prepared.  as  I    Is the worlds best die-sr.  | it is Hie most economical chew,  ^iiiniiuiimjiiiiHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiuiiimiuiiiijiuiiiiiuiuniiiiiimiiiiiniiuun^  Vm     a  ILL LEAD TO ENDURING PEACE  STIRRING ADDRESS DELIVERED BY LLOYD GEORGE  British Prime Minister Says That No One Would Prolong the  War Longer than is Necessary to Secure a Lasting Peace, and  One That Will Not Lead To j������ More Devastating War  Right Hon. David # Lloyd George,  speaking at a meeting held iu London" recently, for the purpose of  launching a campaign for greater national economy, said in part:  "I am not going to predict when  the end of the" war will come. No  man ih his senses would prolong # it  one hour if there were opportunity  for real and lasting peace. " (Loud  applause). But it -must be a lasting  peace. (Loud applause). It must  not be a. peace which is a prelude to  a new and nVpre devastating war "At  you may imagine,. 1 have been scanning the horizon anxiously. I cannot see any terms in sight which  wpuld lead to an enduring peace. I  , feel thsit the only terms which would  be possible now would be teims  which would end in an armed truce���������  I^will say an arming truce ending in  even more frightful struggles.  "That is why we.are putting all  our strength into getting thc right  issue into this conflict now (Cheers).  But I may be asked the question, Is  such a settlement1 'within immediate  reach? I have already told you that  in my judgment frankly it is not.  Germany in niy judgment would onlv  make peace now on terms which  woulel enable her to benefit by the  var in which she has wantonlv  plunged the world. That would mean  that Germany would profit by her  own wicked venture and it would be  an encouragement for any buccaneering empire of thc future to repeat  thc experiment.  "More than twice as many German  submarines were lost in thc first ten  months of this year as in all of last  -'j ear,  the premier asserted.  Thc  British  tonnage lost  monthly  ^now is- not    much more, than    one-  third   -of    the    total destroy-**! last  April. V s-'V''V'V''V:;:y .-  "t.: '. ���������"��������� >��������� '���������  Mr. Lloyd George said that  "Boloism" in all its shapes and forms  should be looked out for. -.'.{  "Beware of .people who try to .sow  dissension; distrust .and suspicion,"  he said. "The enemy is trying to  rattle our nerves. Keep steady and  wc will, win." V.  The way to shorten the war, said  Mr...Lloyd George, was to prepare  for a long war.    He added :  The premier said eyes '���������-must' be  kept steadfastly on the great purpose' of the war, which was destruction of the false ideal; which would  have intim'idatcd and enslaved Europe if it had-triumphed.  "Our real enemy," he continued,  "is the war spirit fostered in Prussia. There .would bi no peace in thc  world until the shrine of thc war  spirit in Potsdam is shattered pnd its  priesthood is dispersed and is dis-  , ci edited forever."  Thc premier said hc had hoped the  enemy's terrible power might bo  broken thia year, but that lhc temporary collapse of thc Russian military power had postponed this hope.  But time was on the side of thc air  lies, he said. 'Time oh<;c was. neutral  but two things have changed this,  ,namo1y, thc advent of America, and  the' iticrc.ar.ihg failure'of the German  submarine war.  The war, said the,premier, was  terrible in itself, but more terrible in  the possibilities-it revealed of new  horror** on land and sea and in the  air. It must bc settled now, once for  all, he declared. If thc war should  be renewed after thirty years more  of..'. ticknlific application it would  ior.-in l.:(s di";.l*li c.S dvU.7."t.1c.n. T*.rntc  force miiflt he dethroned forever.  To realize what thc advent of  America meant,.thc premier went oh,  It waa necessary only to look hack  oil thc rapid growth of the little  British army. America was now  fitarthig, and itn renources in man  power were twice those of Britain.  British shipbuilding, said the premier, ban incrcancd    fourfold,     and  America had done likewise. Germany  laughed at the war declarations of  China and other nations, but these  declarations tneant that most of the  world's food and raw materials were  under the flags of r Germany's enemies, which could reduce txerniany  to impotence and desolation.  Dr.  rtt    P,  Ex-cannibal's Regret  Cecil * Wilson, elected Bishop  __ _������_nbury������ Australia, formerly held  the See of Melanesia, which comprises what used to be called the  "Cannibal Islands." There he had  for a servant a young native who,  before his conversion, had been a  cannibal. One day the bishop received among presents from home, a  tin of sheep's tongues, on wliich he  made a raid for his luncheon. The  boy looked on, his mouth watering,  but with perplexity writ large on his  face. He afterwards confessed, that  he thought the tongues were human,  and that his espiscopal master had  relapsed into cannibalism." The dish  leminded him of a delicacy which  Lad .been the delight of his unregen-  eiatc days.���������London Daily News.  British Air Service  Progress iu Construction of Aircraft  During-; the War  A recent English writer on thc  use of aircraft-in war says: "The  Royal Flying corps went lo_war with  about" eighty-two., machines in passably good conditio*!; they were -dependent upon France for engines aud  upon  Germany for  magnetos.     The  Belgian army had about thirty efficient aeroplanes, and ihe^French between 500 and 600. Germany took  the field with more than 600 two-  scatcd aeroplanes designed throughout for war set vice, besides "hundreds of slower units for training and  other purppses. She had strategically placed on the frontiers twenty-  one flying grounds illuminated by  powerful lighting systems���������in one  case a 27,000,000 canjile power revolving electric flash���������for use in  night flying, while a year later British pilots attacking Zeppelins had to  be content with petrol flares in buckets for lighting the landing places. A  month before the war German and  Austrian officers visited the concentration caciD at Netheravon. and  carefully noted the British strength  in aircraft. From this picture the'  writer turns to the progress in  British aeroplane contsruction during the war���������we "built hundreds in  the first year of the war, thousands  in the second, many thousands in the  third, and had in view -plans for th*  production of tens of thousands in  the fourth."  They Cannot See the Point   y  Strange     Grievance     of      Germany  Against the United States  Germans are not 'saying as much  nowadays as formerly about our  sales of ammunition to the allies, but  they still cling to the" curious notion  that by those sales we wrere guilty  of prolonging thc war and increasing  its- slaughter.  What they meaa 'when they say  that is that, because of supplies  bought in this country, France and  England were not conquered as easily as, in German opinion, they, would  have been otherwise, and many Ger-  man, lives have in. consequence been  lost. The possibility that there are  advantages in this���������that it, would not  have been good for .the world to havc  Germany quickly victorious���������does  not occur to the Germans^ and probably it never will.  Only,this week the president of the  reichstag sneered at the use of thc  word "humanity" by President Wilson���������"thc man who had the power* to  preserve hundreds and thousands of  lives by preventing the export of  munitions and war material fi*om  America lo the entente."  This is surely the strangest of  grievances to bc presented by men  in so many ways intelligent.���������From  ihe Neyr York Times.  CANADA'S BUSINESS POSSIBI  >~Pi,A%Z*$������&z  , PPpp^w7^  - v *������*--.'-������������������'^Eer  V--Cr&5."5"**l  'w tits p^Jk*  A -NATION   WITH   THE    PRIDE    OF    AN   EMPIRE", rf"^  Mr. Clinton B. Evans, Writing in the Philadelphia Public Ledger-  Tells of the Wonderful Strides Made by Canada, and Admits  The United States Can Learn-Something From Her-       "   ���������  American  Of  Among distinguished  men of affairs who ha  visited Canada for the purpose  personally investigating the country's  prospects and opportunities is Mr.  Clinton B. Evans, editor of "The  Economist," and Western editorial  representative of the "Philadelphia  Public Ledger." Jn a recent article  in the "Philadelphia Public Ledger"  Mr. Evans has some things to^say  of Canada which makes interesting  reading:  "Purpose and other combination  of effort havc achieved wonders with  ,.������������������-_:.,���������;-..    tt ���������*.."^,    -..%..      't ,- -  ^vvJiiuigij     OJllcl.Il    iJlulbllcli     (Jllll.1      lHd.ll  tliat which nature has provided. The  bank deposits of Canada are about  the same as those of thc one city of  Chicago, t{iat is, $1,500,000,000 and  yc* within a generation a huge wild  aggregation of mountain plain and  river has been set up/among thc nations with its 3,700 miles from Atlantic to Pacific. A government  which conceives its duty to be thc  promotion of the people's interests,  a railroad company which "spans thc  world" with rail and steamship, a  population with the vigor and ambition of pioneers, a tradition that runs  its trail back to thc days of Charles  the Second, over the history of the  Hudson's Bay company���������these are  some of the potencies that ha^c given a colony the pride of an empire.  "Then Canada has two rich uncles.  More of a favorite with" British investors than India" or Australia has  been this stretch of the Western  Hemisphere, and thc United, States  has turned in its ftinds freely. 'It is  not merely that thc Canadian Pacific  was largely constructed with money  from these sources and that huge and  States  T\������*l?-������.,-J"������T  u^aU lJ. tx  .x\���������������1    l������������������a.���������1_         t-.  lit  try that raises prize wheat on the  fifty-ninth parallel, that is more than  1,100 miles north of Chicago, that  claims one-seventh of tlte known coal  deposits of the world in the province  of Alberta alone, ^ that has untold  mineral wealth in its mountains, does  not appeal in vain to the owners of  investible capital. For temporary accommodation, as well as large loans,  the United States is handy. Banking relations are close and liberal  balances are carried in American  cities. There will Jpe^ay-.tronj-rer invitation than ever "to the'capital^of  the States now that so great an overstrain has been placed on the resources of London.    In small  sums,  too. Nniety per cent, of the tourist  travel in normal vesrs is Afflp*-iran.  "It stems all very American in  spite of some British architecture in  the cities, the Scotch brogue everywhere and the French in the eastern  provinces. Relations with our northernmost towns���������St. Paul, Minneapolis and Seattle���������are close. "Thc  are not foreign.  The United States, notably Chicago, can learn something from the  new Canada. Winnipeg claims to  handle more wheat than any other  point on this continent. Meats will  come next. - The tendency is io locate all these industries at points far  outlying from Chicago. But the  stringent invitation is in cheap lands  and the vigor of a northern population. It will be a healthy competition  with our people, who perhaps are too  content with their prosperous lot.  m Officer���������What do you intend to do  in America?  Immigrant���������Take up land, sir.  Officer���������Much ?  Immigrant���������A shoveful at a time.  ���������Boston Transcript  "Is the woman I saw you talking  to^a fitting associatevfor you?"  'She couldn't be more fitting. She's  my dressmaker.���������Baltimore American.  uyrciinni8Cii  CHEWING TOBAGSO  Simply Place It in The Mouth  Between Lower Lip and Gum,  This is the way to get all the flavei  and satisfaction out of every pinch oi  Copenhagen Chewing Tobacco.  You see, "Copenhagen" is made of ���������  the best, old, higliflavoredleaf tobacco.  The snuff procesa���������by which the leaf  tobacco is converted into tiny grains,  and scientifically prepared ��������� retains  all the good of the tobacco.  Thoss who ai e trying * 'Copenhagen''  for the first time, should remember to  use only a small quantity, and to place  .the pinch in the mouth between,the  Xf^m......    *J������*v    *a������4������*l     Atmm.     **~-������~- __JF.j4. .~__4.    _.._.  attempt at chewing it.  ,  "It'* lhat most economical cheW*.  r  s-saasx**m **������*������>*Y*-m**mmw*  taamm**^*****.*'  W.  7-1.     U.     llf>.������  im*upmt*7*sisr**Hnmm*mt*mm  N  <$  YOtT may whip a tired horse  so that h& will witi a race or  get his load Over a bad spot  in the road, hut that doe^ not add  to his strength. In reality $t  further depletes his reserve of  strength and leaves liim exhausted, '������������������;.���������    "v  :V,v'yV.i.:V-,.  And so it is with the nerves of  the human body. You may' by  use of stimulants accomplish the  work in hand or by deadening the  nerves with narcotics you may  stop the headaches.  Any temporary relief obtained  is won at an enormous expense to  the nervous system and you are  left moi'o exhausted than ey������**-.  ���������     ,��������� '  The introduction of Dr.  Chase's Nerve Food was revolutionary in the treatment of nervous diseases, because it replaced  the old idea cf obtaining tempor-  Jo SiraiiSaiits  Restore lhe Tired,  out Nerves  nre  Sirs. A. North, Grand ftuv*:' North,  Bttuntfcml, Ont,. -writes: "Both my husband  and I can opealc vory hiorhly ot Dr. Chnao'a  Netre Food, having used It with splendid,  resulta. My husband, suffered from weakness and a run-down system, ������,nd becamo  no toad ho -Anally had to give up worlc. He  also had spoils of melancholia. Ho commenced using Dr. Chaae'a Norvo Food, and  ufltor a troatment of thia medicine I never  oaw such a Chang* in anybody. Ho in now  able tu attend to bin work, and is enjoying  oplondid health.  "Before I etartod *altln*r Dr. c\\na*'a  Norvo Food I wiu������ troublod with nafvoum-  neaa, Bloopleaitncs* and a pain around the  hoart. The Norvo Food built up my nyfitom.  made mo feel Mtronger In evoiy way, and  ivlievod mo ot tha annoying ������ymptom������ from  which I had suffered. Wo alway������ k^op Dr.  OhoHe'o Norvo Food in tho houao ready for  U0o in cmo It m needed."  ^���������^^���������^'���������^'^^nwa-mm*aW**mammi^aaammWm'MLmmmmmmm H'*H   ~i i r *i���������  ary relief with the new method of  reconstructing the starved and  depleted nervOsCeUs.  A little patience is required to  follow out this building-up process, but this is the only way in  which disease of the nerves can  be really cured. The nerves are  starved for proper nourishment.  You supply the nutritioil in Dr.  Chase's Nerve Food. The results  are certain, because you aro  working hand in hand with  Nature.  As strength is restored the  appetite is sharpened, digestion  improves, you get the good of  fcho food you eat, boadacM* disappear, you find yourself gaining  in confidence, in vigor and in  energy. You begin to have new  ambitions, to enjoy your work  and to feel again that life i*  really worth living.  m-\  apA  ft  ii .  <*~LiB|||0aMM^M|MMM_^MMk^_|a  WD oeuti a box, % lull tawtmwit of fl box*i for $2.75, tt all dotta* or EdnMt&ton, B*to������ * Co,,  tatmismMtotmmmxi^^ -  ���������ii wi ��������� *mmn****m*MMMmHmr*aa****^^  HMMim^UMmMV^Vf^WW  FM;.VAWjAW.������Vfa,  mwsaamm  am**mW*mm  s***M***t$a***a**Mw*maa***mmaa*M  MmmiiMWmVmi  l^awwwi *s*immt1iM<*a**m**wnmx*������*���������^*  II  jjw^iImjA.mmMj-j-ji  ;*;w  ifp -*- vh  ^ J    S.JH  i   *  r AM  -������     r   .Jl\.  "sift  ZiffflB  ^���������.���������"i'-sf;-^!  PPTP#I  plrAfpi^  :PP?W  ArW$.  TPPTMi  .nm  ,-;V"VSJ  v'.'i I  ������������������Jjl'l  .y^l  V!'tt|  'V'jfil  ';',���������������  AA | i  THE CRESTON REVIEW  Issued every Friday at Oreston, B.O.  Subscription: $2 a year in advance;  #2.50 to United States points.^  O. F. Hayes. Owner and Editor.  ORESTON. B.C., FRIDAY, DEC. 13  Attention, Li&e������m3.i&  Liberals or Conservatives, but for the  high v principles for which our boys  oyer there are fighting and which we  at home enjoy. You must throw  aside party prejudices and party feeling and support tbe Union government in order that Canada may be  kept in the place of honor her boys  have won for her."  "How can yon meet the boys when  they come home," he asked, "if at  this time you refuse to support them ?  "You dare not throw Canada down  because of creed or Dolitics."  Speaking at Rossland tbe other  night at a Unionist meeting* R. "W.  Grigor, president of the Rossland  Liberal Association, did not mince  words in pointing out the path of  duty to his fellow Liberals. Among  other things he said:  "Most of you know that I have  heen a life-long Liberal, but above all  I am a Briton all the time. This great  issue which now confronts us stands  aboye, far above, politics, prejudices  and eyerythinfl else.  "I don't care for party or for the  man, I care only for this���������that the  men in Flanders shall got the support  \svHi*������V������   f-Vittir    rtxtf^A    ..r.A    +���������������   ...i.t-.y. iL;,���������   ���������-       ���������w^-������     ������<*..������*     i/v     mm xm.xt*x*  irucj-  ' an. entitled. I would vote for no  man who was not pledged to do ail in  his power to provide them with that  support, The men must be supported,  the. Military Service Act must be enforced. Other nations must not point  the finger of scorn at Canada.  * I say to my Liberal friends tonight that I am willing to fight for  the maple leaf, the emblem of Canada, just as long as breath remains  within me. I see no vision before me  except the boys in Flanders. They  went through hell for you and me;  they are going through hell for you  and me; some, for you and me, have  quenched with their blood the tires of  the German assaults which menace  the liberty you and I enjov. Will  you refuse them support? Will you,  because of politics or prejudice, or  anything else, deny them the aid  \vhich they are "asking?  Should a Laurierite grow bold  enough to endeavor to show you  that his leader has a chance to  triumph on Monday, here are a  few figures that may be of some  service to show him the error of  his reasoning.  , At the last federal election, six  years ago, in round numbers the  Conservatives polled 670,000   and  the   Liberals 624,000  votes,   xj-6-  spite the number of men overseas  it is, pretty safe to say that the  natural increase in the voting  strength in six years should make  the number of votes liable to be  polled on Monday  about equal to  1911.  For arguments sake we will  admit that 25 per cent, of this  Tory vote is slacker, or against  the government for any reason  whatsoever; by cutting this off you  brings the nominal Tory vote down  to 502,000.  And for the same sake of argument we wiii say that oriy 25 per  cent, of the previous Liberal vote  has turned'Unionist, the defects of  these gentlemen brings the Liberal  vote down to 468,000.  ou add  these respective  ,-rhrini--*  n  t*^Stmm*.tm*.  HP1  JS.    J*m^,.^Jt  T Ts!  John Andrew  T. Baines  M. Barton  H. Bathie  J. Boydell  "D. Butterfield  T. Campbell  F. B. Callander  John Carfra  . John Cooper  Campbell Dow  Dave W Dow  Wm. Dow  F. Ebbntt  C Embree  P. Foote  L Forrester  6. Hogan  W. Hall  Fred Hurry  Fred Haggart  Eric Howard  Jos. Heath  Bert Hobden  th W. Hamilton  F.Hindley  John Johnson  Geo. Jacks  Basil Keir  R. Leamy  C. Leamy  F. Lewis  Jas, Long  John Moores  Ed. Mason  S. Macdonald  E. Maione  L. McMurtrie  E. Mallandaine  Clark Moore  J. McMillan  Alf, Palmer  Earl Pease  E. W. Pavne  R, S. Smith  Pendrell Smith  Jack Smith  Geo. Seymour  Bon. Stewart  W.'HVT. Smith  Sam Seott  G. Stimson  R. Thurston  Reg. Thompson  E. L. T.Taylor  H- Unicume.    ���������  <P. H. Watsonv-  Reg. Watsdn  Stan. Watson  H. Young  Men and women of Creston !  Look this list through again.  For God's sake stop and think. *���������~-  How many of these men dp you know ?  .  Have you a son amongst them ?    Aren't you proud of him ?  He. wasn't scared like some you know. Chip of the old  block, eh?  Have you a brother in that list ? Did't it make you feel good  to see him in khaki, ready to do his duty ?  Is there a husband, father or sweetheart of yours there whom  you think the world of*?  There are fellows there you used to go to school with ? With  whom you've grown up; worked side hy side; hunted, sported and  had some splendid times!  These fellows went and left YOU, a job, wife, kids, home, all.  Some of them are beneath the bloody sod in Flanders, buried  in their khaki uniform, stained with blood.  Some have lost their limbs, their health, are crippled  for life!  Some have come back; you know how they feel. They'd go  back again!  They've all passed through hell.  Stood days and nights in succession in mud and water,  battered and pounded with shell and bullets, their comrades stiff  and stark, or bleeding and in agony beside them.  You cheered them off, so heartilly.    You oouldn't help it.  You've sent them parcels, letters, money.  You've told them you hope they'll soon be back.  They want to get baok. Thoy want a rest; but they are not  quitters.  They are calling for help that thoy may win what they have  fought and died for.  Any reason why thoy should bo thoro more than the  Hlacknra moving around the Valley?  Any reason why the French-Canadian shouldn't send man for  man with the Creston Valloy and support your loved ones?  Thc tears roll down their cheeks whon they get your parools,  h'ttorH.    God alone knows what it moans to theni!  Ate you going to toll thorn in your next letter that you votod  on oleotion day for Maxwoll, Laurier, tho Frouoh-Canadianfl and  ilu> ol������.-.W������.������ w\\rt u/onld rnthhor no-** yourboyn dio off nnd nil thoy'vM  done bo in vain than put tho party on ono side?  Thoy will fr-el liko putting their heads abovo tho trouoh and  lotting a German bullet do its worlc whon thoy got your lottor.  Remember, they ui-c iu it and feel nti-ongly.  Aro you Koing to voto for a party, a loader, a man ? Or for  ���������.jii.forw.iiwmLi' for the boyu at once, whon thoy need theni, and not  u yoar from now when thoy havo gone whino r-������inforoomontH  cannot iioip lin-rii t  I in tij)t/< YOU ! Stand by the boys ! To he}! with politics nnd  party I  Vol*- for Oonwriiption, NOW.  Liberals  and Conservatives are Umtiect  The People Must Unite to      |v|S  llfflfn    4*lhi  A Laurier-Eourassa Victory means deserting our boys irithec^ticfofesg  fcr ovcr  a year, throwing" up our hands and quittingl.*-^Di.^;^fiq#g  "Kamerad"  under  the Referendum proposal.     Come out  for Union Government. -   -  AW^rm?Mi  iPaAPPT-P&TSMM:  i--*' ;s-."-'^;-; v;iA.,,?i;::.r.im:it  ��������� ���������..���������,y-:r.,;.-t\-v,'-������,-*������!������;?*iv-  -y.'.">:;'������'s">*t-,������i'-'i;'2aJ  ���������&��������� ���������;-'. .!:"Vi '$'& *< ^??i&fvA-L**  *%  IF: LAURIER VVINS:  Siy  ^PaTP2PzP&J0%FvI  ���������'-'*���������'  "''���������������������������-���������'���������-'-���������**i*^|??������  (1) Canada will send no more  reinforcements to the front, which  practically nieans squit-cing the wararid  placing the country in the same class  as Russia.  ^(2)^   TO  shirked stheir "duty in \ this y / w^;V wUi  be the dpihinating force inthe Govei-n-i ���������  ���������srieht o������ the country^  15  ARK THE ENCMSH-SPEAKXNG PEOPLE PREPARp>v >  .' -.-vy;v^  It is because the French-Canadians haveSno|^dj^^^d-d^:' that Coxtecrip>ion  had to be resorted to. ���������pt'.-atPta^.'ap^a^  The French-Canadians have made it perfectly clear that they do not like the war-  and are against Cicada  participating in it further.   Some of Vthem even go to  the length of saying that the soldiers should be brought back ^j^itMe-B^^pAA::^  The Nationalists  are demanding th^ the f^  "Military Service Act be disbanded Vand sent back: to their homes* VVTo Secure the  Nationalist support Laurier-Liberal candidates in Quebechave signed the foiipwm^  pledge:���������.;. -V.:'V .. .Vsy'^V.;���������'/������������������ ;-''-,;'"r"'\'':.:V/;--Jy_V; ' V'^'V^VvV.';--'^';  "I, tbe undersigned, candidate in the Federal Elections; ijaiidCTtake by the*^viw-i^i^ V  if I am elected, to demand the immediate suspension of the I^ihtary S^ce Act, 1917>  and of ail its effects until Canadian electors have prraiouaeed Isy ^y^ plebiscite; and. r  should the mEijority of the electors.condemn it, th^t it be conadered as mal Srom ite   ^:  orifdn and that in consequence all conscripts be disbanded.'^ y ^     _ ,^ T^PTP^T APPa-a.  ^1 also undertake to vote against any Government w*������ek -shoula refuse to a^^  ��������� aboveeiumoatedpolicy?f   V .       PaPP. : V:-V;V-:i^\X^  1 This J^ Vrnomst PctrfyPtilM^^&  sv..fwv'.-. ..-.  ^.:S"',",rPl^$������?2*  PrpPTpi^!0^S0  PTPZFPP>p&%!$?'\i  A pPPTtPPsA&r, Jj  '��������������������������� 'V^lSliilll^  ^ ,-"y. ' '.':-^:Vi'i;'-'i^"^'^^''^e>l  A-^'S^y'i*;;yJS5S;irtJsV'a  25 per cents gained to the respective  parties you will find that when the  polls open there are 658,000 Conservatives waiting to vote, as  compared with 636,000 Liberais.  Now we come to the women's  <vote, which it is figured will run  to 400,000. Aud still again.for  argument's sake we will grant,that  25 per cent of this (100,000) will  be in favor of the Laurierites.  And the soldiers -vote will be  about 200,000/ And to save arguing we will concede 25 per cent, of  this (50,000) tp the Laurierites.'  And, now, if you will add these  figures to the Laurierite strength,  and the other 300,000 women's  votes and the remaining 150,000  soldiers ballots to the Unionist  figures, you will get ahout 1,080,-  000 Unionists and * 786,000  Laurierites.  So you see just about what hope  there is for a Laurierite win���������and  figures cannot lie, Certain ly_ the  Laurierite who can even whistle  to keep his courage up these days  would be optimist enough to argue  that be could extract sunshine from  cucumbers.  should keep this .statement; in  mind on polling day. _ The  Laurierites are^ to' se^~ to; it rtha.t,  you are seiit to France/ nut are  giving no assuranee you yvjll.-������.,������  reinforced. Look well to your  own interests by voting for B. F.  Green, the  win-the-war candidate.  going:    For heiftyen's ssa,ke dbn'l^  so easy ^as taifodi for the by^cwntS-l  icEtl spf t jSti^fl^ihe'^. j^^ahdingfyp^S  Vote: Unionist, '*'tM  ^fe^  yri,-, 'Vy-"-','.''".r. -^'.-���������-.   '   '~:-:rr:-:-:A'-:A-'A'zA::\A  w������V'yy ������������������'������������������-.������������������-..���������. .y -::���������,- -..; ���������A.^...;..f :~,vr^..  ^m-fmij.fm*'  ffmrnm  v*\f*%X>tt *m*x  AA;5:-A#������"$>1*rL  -'.'r.yS^-ASw*-;^*  There are nine provinces in the  Dominion; of these eight have  Liberal premiers. Seven of these  eight men are supporting the  Unionist Government���������the solitary  exception being Quebec. Tho only  Tory province is Ontario, and  there we find the leader of the  Grit opposition, Hon. N.. W. Ro-  well, becoming a member of the  Unionist administration. And yet  some local Laurieriteft tell you we  have not a Union government.  Surely we are not to infer that  Premier Brewster is less a Liberal  than rpembers pf the looal patronage brigade.  Will the Unionists win ?v  have you seen a Laurierite ihythese^  parts that lopks as V ifv he v-ey^vs  dared tp hope to "triumph ^ V Aj^  any of theni hinting, even; a.t bi^j;  ting any money oh their phahces.? V  Or have you dif3covered���������,;], pn;ey Pf^|  them who really wanted toVcftsduss^  the issue with you. Four Lib^al5  M.P.R's in "lhe ridings too;';i'andp,  none so poor as to do reverepce;;to>:;'V  a discredited cause. .;'. A yioiip^^  under such circumstances ^pifldV  surely be entitled to rank as the;  foremost wonder of the world;  Wise end OSSsermVi&a  The voting of tho overseas  soldiers commenced last week, and  will conclude on December 17th.  Press despatches all agree that the  men in khaki are voting overwhelming for the Unionist Government. Those men surely know  what 18 in their best interests and  we would bo in grates indeed not to  copy their splendid example on  Monday next.  What would you say if the men  now at the front were to send  word over to Canada, "Our officers  are all Tories, we are tired of the  war, and we are going to quitj"  and if thoy went out of tho battle  line and let the foe through as the  Russians have done? What  would you think of the men at the  front if that happened? Well,  then, what will the men at tho  front think if you vote to elect a  government that will send them  few, if any, reinforcements. Some  will send such a message, but  surely no one calling himself a  Liberal oould ho so low down,  contemptibly degenerate.  Tho man or woman who votes  for a Laurier candidate must arg������  uo as an exouao from tho viewpoint that their hoyo or relative**  should stay at homo whilo tho  boys and relatives of other pooplo  should oroHH the aeas for tho protection of Briliuh Columbia and  Canada. Honestly now, in there  anyone who thinlcH that this view  oE tho situation is right ?  oan-  that "A  In Iflawt Kootonay Laurior  didate Boattio  advertises  voto for Boattio means  no intor-  <*> mtrtmtrtf,      ,,.i+l������      *-lw������      r\������-r������!if������������������!, "#|,������rtft,  f\f  100,000 mon undor tlio proaont  Military Borvioo Aot im ttiutod Uy  Sir Wilfrid Laurier at tho Ottawa  meeting."    Gontletnen   in China A  Class A mon aro onoe moro re  minded that tho Laurierites now  assort that tho Military Sorvioo  Aot will not be monkeyed with so  far as tho first 100,000 mon aro  oonoorncd. This moans, Mr. Class  A recruit, that ita to the trenches  for youtH, no matter which sido  wins. And the nituation in Europe right now is that yoi will ho  thoro long enough to nood roin-  foroomonta���������and plonty of thorn.  Looal LaurieiiteH may bo vory  aympathotio to tho ond that you  voto their tiokot, but further than  that tliW������-o not worrying about  you at all���������and if thoir voluntary  oiilbtmeuL f.ytiUm ever beenme  ofi-cotivo they would he among the  first to even try to ahnme you into  The greatest oalamity that couldVV  befall the grand old Liberal party  would be the return of the Laurier^  ites on Monday.    With at least Q&T  per cent, of the boat element in the,  Liberal party how identified With'^  the Unionists  what a  tragedy it  wpuld be for the pioneers of"LiberrV ���������  alism���������Baldwin, Mackenzie, Louut,  Papineau and others���������men who in  the thirties shouldered  thehv rifleti  in a oauso that has given   Canada  much  of hor splendid system   of.  responsible govern ment, to be suo-.  ceedod   at a timo liko this  by a  motoly   throng   of   slackers,  pro-  Germans, lose thu-war Quobeokora,  and   hardly   enough  of tho   trno  Liboral  element to giyo the oon-  glommeration   an   air of ita old-  time   prestige.    How  tho mighty !  have fallen, that tho suoooagorfc of  those oarly-day   rod  blood od   Re-;  formdrt* should ho  littlp Canadians  who   would  hold  baok   reinforcements in tho world's groateat fight  to establish   tho   vory   principles  that   tho    fathers    of   Canadian  Liberalism    woro   roady   to   ritsk  thoir   livoa.     Thia-   viow   of   tho  ono of   tho  is sweeping  uiouuiij  runku  ;:Trp:PP41  ��������� .>:.rv''s- ysy,;.,  '- A.'A' ..:.':','.'.  ;'V.:V:.;iV0-i."l  ":::'P'AAr*  '.'"'-��������� ��������� J ������������������������������������'  ���������Apppm  situation is  factors that  ii������U>, the Ui  thousundtt thcoo days.  greatest  Liborak  by   i.l������������-  KhhIo town folkn auliHorlbecl $4fi,000  to tlio recent Viotory Loan.  ROBT' LAMOISn  mi'mttm. mnmtr   *������$ Igmt ItTS  INHSUFtANOE   -  REAL. EOT AT Ci  iN OOAL  ORB&TON   -   -   -O.C  IM!  ���������m  mamiamk*mmmmamm%wawmm  *.,*������l-.M'''''.-������'.i'������;-"������^W>-^������^  ���������r^iiiit AaiiAi* .**rfiu*.*w**--w(*������ H<W^<M������rjMjy<H������  Kfftl pilfi^#l!^������ivS������;-Vy  m^Mml0^^PrTmAApPT  \W^i$^PP^P-^TAaPp;.  m-f&%������t^&w&  s������lii$s?$^^  ���������-.���������w^^n*^:.;;^  ?|KiSI?^iSSvv:  mmzmmPmi-'  f^^^j^me^i^^ePJ^ jjibu toMr^e^efnnf- meV for  SOWA^  ���������;g*"^^  thevou^  ;'y^---;*yy'si:s'-- s-y.T :���������*;:..,:AAArAA:A-X-L.^xAA:'^^AA:AA:;:^:..:.^i: ���������.,...y.p,-.v-.���������,.-��������� :!!:'.���������-��������� - -'���������*  S<n������or, ontf j>ou are atftf living, / u>#/ 6c repeating the  A^shin^^oujhe compliments of ihe season.  '���������^'^  %T  ��������� -:;-VV.i> ���������f^s.<u '������������������  V.-^:J7^i,Vy:i*^--.:-i>:rt;.  ��������� *U; j-.������, *."i', 'i.tZ" ������ -.  ZJblo&stPPpAAA-P: '.Pap aaP:PPPpaPPPpaP;:  s In the minds of sensible VnJen and  womenan election at the iriost'crucial  period of thelivar is a crime, detHmeh-  tiilV^tbV the .best interests V'of: Canada,  the Empire and *������^eAllie^Jiys--'^'4y^S;:V-''  . eetwn p : :WpaPpppppppt a ; pp.  _ c^&iS^fA^T--^' "-'-''A: AA)'-'-'���������-'���������: ' -A:^::.-r.,...-.  ^I^ti^pApAp'T  p A'A aa aTPaA PP'PPaP:' Ar.  y^B^i^  iei?-ahd Quehe0'3uppr-c*tei,s^itated for  r&^W^Jii^leiectiOn;:;refusing either;to  prolong: the <|Iifeof P.the'V late Gbyiraih--y  mentorVassist-in theVfo^atiPn"pf::aL  NWti6nal;&bCKeromea&  With^|>&?*'M  : '**-���������*������������������; T-'������" -s^V'-f".'-"'- ���������-������������������-���������* a- --.A.-*- w-'. ���������������������������������������������������:'*������������������*���������-���������*'������������������'���������������������������** ���������.'.m.^':-:.;"-.?.:\\-:Akx^^^^^  Ar.: ]mn?tbe^war;'tlitf>#^  With'-a������teal-th&electibriV^  We hope'to see this thins thTOUf^VV  Union (^o^^ment  \. ���������  y Your old' friena\  T&&$p^M%P^PPT:PjlPP P V-'V-  tyP^&^PtPP^PPPfi V VM '&$���������'��������� )Pr -������������������ ���������  Ttww:  PTPPP'St-p^heptl&Tisrfq^ is auyposed to be good  y:S:������.%';.ii^ ATrpAA'P"  &&$s'fA:AA&A'AA  Ef-^'-'-'fi'"--''���������y**':'vy  if^M^WTPPPA.  WpiTMPT'^PPr,  WaTPPSaTaAP-.  W^rPTPpPTAr  mMlp$PP  (Mm&M l^RGHAHT  GRESTON  'i^^������-frt;.V"y;;^v":;;y-      ';;V'^v:..:/:"^"V-;;.'-''-'^  -For a great National crisis  al ;G6yerntiientiSfu8ion ^of parties'is:  --^,������������ir    7m._  .iU-i���������:~i���������-.s. .���������Are.\irixXPti.^n  coacuuiai.       xud    jjJJUjowsJlo    ui    wu;   jaw;  resigned 'and;opened?the-VwayV'sfp^the:  formation ofV-a^  TheyPreraierVat Orice V proceeded? tip?  seek theyia^istanceVdf the-Liberal;  leader iiiythis y task. "This slMsistaJafce;  Was ref used,other. prbriiineht'Lil**^rals  wet-e ai&edtbassis^^^  sent^Uniohy'Sbyernnaeht, cbmpbsfedvbf  the best Ofy the ministers of theVlate;  Government'yand Liberal^leaders like  N.W-RowelU CarvelvParclee,VGalder,  Ballantyne,Mew burn, Maclean, sanctioned and blessed* by Graham,-VLaur-  ier's prospectiye suceesspr,Vand every  Liberal Premier in Canada, out onWaha  life-lpng;I^iberals frpm <vceau;;to oct-aiii  ready ApVleaye^party and leader/for  the ;,ccnintry^s' good;V Thus VO  followed - VtfeyVyexample of  Australia,:-New ���������-Zealand, S,  and France* PAP:.,;.     ��������� .p?rf; /, v V'  ���������usmada  Britaiu.  Africa,  Laurier PPr- -V, pAP. '���������;':  -������������������ ���������;.The Laiirierites claim   this is not a  gej-mme'-IOinioiT^ Why is:  .it:;vU'bt'?;!*Ko^':-ii:^ij(!i^3tv^^  IThion���������;?}':; By; thtf-'iihciiisibhibf Iiiiiirieri  it^fw-li^V^Ubbbrnl^^        Vifefiebn^  side-rV'siibh^&thing. :T^VHifirnJ^Graham^  .!Sig^W|ifiSd!i5;;^-tirefe  s-.t?^e s Vpi^senfc};^  almost VidehticalVy withV the } ifusion V= I  ' i0v6c&U^'pP:Pi vKW'^-^S^cS.  t-^SirA*VWilfrid saiys he- would form /a"  rej^eseittafive^igoyerh  ;:whom RsViThe - bestVstal^snjen. c>fiGau^  ��������� ad^hayeVbeehi gathered Vihtpthfvpre-f  iQp i, "goverhinen t,Vffieii whb?h'aveimad<'  tbeir������iiiVirk?in "Gabadiatf; life and :haye  the people's confidence, vSh'- Wilfred  ..haialef t s bat hien like -Olivbr, Melnnis,  Leniieiix. Lavergnb and Bourasisa. a   %  ������������������Vj''^.b%riU8^  yCotiser.va'tiye*v ���������:-a'red".--.r6preSe'nt9,-iV'''and.  .wbrking;,well:s tbgether^A'*. .'��������� ^���������P'^aTPT- ; ^P>,  VVThe ;j������g**-benieiit; between   the   two  partiesitt'the UniphVGbvernment \vas  - 28; ;; Iiibei-al VV and/��������� ;28; A JGbttseryative?  UnionistcandidatesyWest^bf"the Great  VLakes. VPairly ������ven^ - ���������.; A a., pp A   Ap :-��������� -Pp..  Marclf'ajttd' do y bury bit .with^hiftmmi^fefsiSS  PP&iMn%PPP:r^*pm&:^  .While''w;Jiink't*ivthe-jbb^keVaVle^  Then whilbyou ;ble^-forVfre^bmS:s^SVs.fi^  .Ob;ybn'f^fliinKil>attle:li^ """ '  We'll ���������bIe^d'"'y6\ir-rcouhtry'   right and  A* '���������IsftFAAlT:^'PP'^P^P^SP^kPrAMpPpAAAA.  ('Of;-s*jpe^;dbllaiv;.eeh^a^  -��������� CJbttif ^phi 4?o5^ IvK^^^^^fl^iy^mg^  Beat the band Ibude^andi^UVPPV��������� V?-;f^  For the^bolde^t^utnehB^bbbaJers Vs V  ��������� ^w^^-V-V'Si-iisaw  .y *> t^s^-lf*-3  Ammmm  rippmsm  With PuKp^idlror^riVpbtJlitles  ��������������� WiHVjtiy^iae^Bi8������tfii  ;;:V^:������i������^  I^^-^-^'C"f ���������'*'''^-'J ,':-'^  {^a7^p^0'M:^'~p^^^  lT,'^v''^'r^v'",i.;'.'*"''lv'"'^*  Wt~pp^0*^^  Conscription  wm  WmCkMsmuktfaftiatftii^^ GtP^E:p&&iW ^  .-i-.-*;V..,''-t~V;.'''-.'-.'.--;''*.' v-:^.^C'^v:;!^.-'v!.';^^'���������:������������������:;���������,y'..: '���������*���������������'.' ??<'���������.> rr-'r*;v->,') ^r : > ;" ���������.' "������������������' ���������^������������������'^ *,'���������*������������������*--'. **.. *  ' *:���������-. -. .. ;-.',���������..-   *.JV'���������-. ���������.    -,;-:.; -  gg |v:B.;{D1^^���������^^"Disjfe^ -Agent, ^jCfei^^Mltk.  Unionistr:P:Ap'p:pp;Pp:T   ���������>:.;.*.,:, V^y^yyVv-:,:  Tb this meafeiire thp XTiiion Gbyern-  hwntrhas'Vpled-ared. itself: ahdV-is'now  enforcingMitP. By it it in ten ds to i-aise  m  Ssl  V*'-&SMgg|j  ', j.y.w: ^.:..--V.S^"^j:;fr  - A' r: r.' ^ '���������'������&*$i!  .'-.tJf-?.'*  v^^l  ....... .    ih'glihrbughi PP:!'"]':Sf;mi  ^lI-th-S?fibt?^l������c^^!^-?*^"?������^^': a. pa A A V  j Ahd* wiB gi&b'the^&sttc^^iahd sbu; > A  Then t^th^u^Sbl^d-^tfflh^VVinillibhs  We'll dedicated j^ldetf?shiSSe    VV VV V;  Torthe^bhly'gbd-w-^iSk^mtid��������� worship^  W^GodVProflt-aho^hirc^  '.This*tKei,ereedivan'd^tKisr;tfie'bre^  QfcSi^jI-W&rioi^ :AAaTW?$$  :jf ^luy^bdgehiib-a ^  .Thenjyote his tickets^i^ii<:i^ess'.PP;.Pp:AA  ^pt'So.;the::;tir;ie-;bs>rh" '���������p&it.'ib^P --V-VyV ':aaP  WHoiwill righteous judgfi^htfi>ae8i^  Condehin air sucli^ pirai������������Vin'VdisguiseV  And vote* death tbithemVa^-i^  VAt Oranbrook last week tW Rohia,n fi  GathoiieGhurch^adieiay&iade!^ $206Vat  itheir ailnual bazuar.! A?��������� P^;^-"^-:V -;  1QO,OQQ.4hfaritri"*'.: iibniedl^tely .'to send  to the frbn^t.V V^i(5o,000 men of the type  of ther few ���������thbiisauds who held tne_  Kaiser back frbnisX3alais" and i^ayethe  world   and democracy, i These   men's:  are not to be Keid "bill 1S19   but?settt at  the earliest to reinforce: 'the divisions  "ih: Flanders and France and help turn'  the tide.-fei*-VtheAllies,:relieve thehard-  jpressed menVthere and hasten tiie end.  And':'.-.the"province   which -has   done;  least*-is   to   bring V along : its-vqnbtar  Which appeals  to youi- cbnimonseiic'e-  ;mbst5"?VVV,aaT P.��������� r" "Pp]p'P '::'aaT a ' p'Tv ���������. ���������������������������' '���������:'  :^>D^  gobd^ifaithjof' Vt^VGoVernnierit which  ';c6m'es^:,������'nd-^fae'es the people :for it������  iyeiyiesiatenee^bh"--the yery'ysisisue Sir  y Wilfred ^^the^ountrysis-ja^        .  '���������.?V.:- ���������- iS**-   '���������" fV*i'-i. .���������  Laurier  V;_  iri'place: of this Actit isproposed to  again resort'to recriutinr^y.'a: method  wbich*has failed the last year to: come  "any^yji'are near stipplying the: \vastage s  f rbm'day- to';dayv'V .*:" V*: P'AA' 'Pp������PaaP:'P'  The next suggestion   is: toP take ������*,  ref-^enduni'pfvtheiV people vdh-c^^  scrvption^   :T^  have tb meet put^through1 -a bill for a  referendum; it took nibnths^'tbV-gbt'the  Miljta*e^ySeryice Bill throjigh, then  "*h'6V;w]ite^  weeks:befoiie the results1 <>f ��������� this elec-  itab,n^5'\ftte:*Complete. p'-Sou. see^whatit  means:  the>; country  Wilt ?nbtV'even  kEb'w'V-ivhetlier we' afe**tb haveVcon-  seriptibnor!not on-jthatVplan^till the  mjddlb^pf 1918; then if iWe^^re AIL the  m5^hihCTy;ywill have'; to^bie created,:  the^it^itrainedV'and nbttill;aw^  ^to4910\will the ihenjbe Vreadyifor-the  froij^lrV^s-.������������������'iP '      :''APP:-a'-a>:PP���������������������������'������������������������������������.-  ���������; VAt Bonners Ferry the  water is: sb; acute;. that s;ait;  is not enough: to^prbperly  electric light plant.VvV;: V V  Jshortageiybf  times 'there  operate the  ������������������iifi  Regulations  Mining  :^^i;^^. a ZZp+it' -':-,'tf..'  'fiFf*'  ������������������������*���������>���������?.���������  "LdufierpPPPP'. .y.  r^XAi':  M  ^e carry a complete  in this line call  '&niQnisiATPppPT:^'':P: PAApApApA-A:  '������������������ K;What hasV th^:T7nibri'.:Go\ernnient  donb,ypot merely'proqiised^ in;this re-  ispeet^.v.VPApppAi}ppP*Ap:;PiA- Pp-T '������������������ 'P'a  ,Pr-Ln VJBritain; the :taxes"- areV only' on  .those profitsywhjch^OTeVhigher than  before ^hewariVahd only this excess^^ is  itaied.'.'Cahada^tajces* without this  alleviation, i--'^---: '-.P. 'aPa-A- ....������������������v.-'.vv ;  Already every firm making from  7 per ct',nt. to .15,,;per cent, nuist pay  the government. :br. the people 25 percent, of that profit. All profits from  ilB to 20 per cent must'pay 50 while  Srofltsover SO are taxed ;76 per cent.  , Totelsthei -United, States commences  Jtb tax at 9 per cent., Canada at 7 per  icenti"������������������;'������������������. '���������i-" ' "P~TAp',;-ppz'������'���������  ' 'VNbt much margin- left is there ? On  this basis the Ford Company of Candida will: this yetuv pay ioyer j $1,700,000  and 20 great corporations pay/to the  people $15,000,000 more than last year.  Profiteering, Control of Food* War Supplies  -.-������������������;.���������  . .���������!..���������>������������������.'���������>(;, j ixi'r      '���������   -.:.> py-'y ��������� ' " ���������"���������."'. .''  Laurier  The Isrfiuriei! Liberals are hiaking a  big.howl about the Union Government not cpnscriptini? wealth* Thby  know it is a catchy term and appeals  ta those of us: who haye none to tax.  and that many people do not take the  trouble or have not "the time to look  into the facts.     ;  ;" They make loud promises about  whet they ..will do: in .this: direction.  What more can they do than the  new Governnieut lias already done?  They would just go in and do the same  ahd take the credit to themselves, or  they would tax it out of thecoiintry  and ,ruin us. The United States have  done great things along this line, but  not gone as far as we have. Give  thedeyilhiu due, tis the saying goeu.  '���������'"iiiMsWSSI  ...'v^Y.^J^^STj  SilSllfl  Vts-V?s?i������'������ltt  : -.'. --->.. s-. -1" cs*.jyst>" !^.s s  . .-s-y'.-ys.'.y-fe'g-;?'  ��������� - yj~, uAy f'*r$$nX%  :'rr!rAi:iSii0$i  ���������..:,-c :���������..,,.:r-.l.:������t,,tc}X,  AP TPZA~&$Mi  :"'���������.'.''V'S'sSaj^l  yVViSllS^i  "���������yVVys*V|5y������^|  ���������sfaS  .���������*''y*;-������.y*?.>-  .rv-:   -���������'j;'':-  ���������..-, ,.n ;,.fic  LIMITED  , ^-t;V-TV".V.y:  V> j <!* iii .' .-..'  I:   X  IMI  -1' ta^tmt-ar^* '/rm-n#**. k   f������   ar I'^rv**'  v-^G^r   SIR EDMUND WALKER. ifllim ������"^'JOHN AIRD* General Mannjtrr  C.V.O.. LL.D.. D.C.L. Ptenlient Wjfflr^: H. V. p. JONES. Att't OtnX Manager  Capital Paid Uh ^S.OOO.OOdnl^ESERVd FuNb, . $13,566,000  ERU1T GROWERS^ BUSINESS  mm*S*mm**mmm**m**iHlim*m������*m*mm*t*m*0*m<.m*'*iU *kmt**iHm*******K*>**\m.***fX-'*t**<mt**t,,������t*i,,m n*ii m 11 ****, m**,nmmm**mm*u**>v,m* ��������� w^^������������������iy.. ^*  j -* ���������       >    ������������������ t  ���������'}   '  ,%'t* \ "; v .    : J   ,. * \' ,"   -,,     v  ���������  Fruit '^fowers will lind their banking recittire-*  tnenta-'. given every" care and attention it  ��������� - vii-U iiuictl io lliis Batik. - The Manager' ��������� ���������  ���������    --'-.Weill-  ������*.V*^������1 <������������������*������    VtViii  jtiI������'*ini������S������ni'jr������������sT.   ^wtlVSir***  '���������"^^ih^Bfflhkis able td resides  Unionist  :��������� Here again are other distant war  problems. How are they Jbeihk dealt  with. As just shown the .Union  Govei*nment ia- already dealing in  drastic tiieut-ures on these lines.  Take, the bacon question. The  packing, houses during the first two  yeara of/ the :wnv made millions and  the priee s������iared away up, why P The  first eonclusion is on account of pio-  flts. Sscond thought shows that is  not so. The profits worked out only  amount to ^ of ;one cent'per pound  for the^piickerfl, the -hugo accumulation of profit, being duo ...to.-the im  uiense turnovoi;. The high 'prico is  due to tho igreatv demand .for war  purposes .andp-inadequate supply and  it is the farmer.Vwho ia 'getting the  rcsulta. Now. pho Governmont are  taking all tho profits in excess of 15  per cent., one half of the profits from  7 to 15 per cent.- Ib not that Control  of Food Production and abollition of  profiteering������   If you had to fix tho  ?>rico on bacon   it   would   mean thc,  armors would got lees or production  deoreiiflo. -   Tho   same   treatment  is  bolng applied toother food supplies,  moro and more.  ^Tln* Government aro now fiecuHn-j  war supplies In Canada at a reasonable rato. As tlio result, of tho War  Purohaso Board shells for whieh $8  each were paid aro now nofit'ng only  t������T.pto tA ^.O01 'ftttrt the p*^>ft*������' on t*i������  VIM) rate taxefl as anove. Othor  sypplits in like ratio.  Some statements of. Sir Wilfred:  Sale of food, at fixed prices; a Food  Control: make arrangements with  food producing companies allowing  fair interests on investment and fair  and reasonable pre control of War  supplies: run them on principle of  reasonable return' for owriers and  reasonable profits.     - >  Excess or war. supplies profits for  the people."  How-fine and catchy these things  sound 1   Stop and think:���������  You sell food at fixed pricos and at  onco lesson production bocaUNO producers will turn to something more  profitable.  Tax thoir profits and it makes them  produce more in order to accumulate  more from tho small percentage of  profit. How would you like to have  the prico of apples fixed nt a modorate  Bricoantl   you could not get more?  Inch bettor you   be allowed to make  thu best price and turn over a porcont-  iijre to.thc Kovemuicnt of the people.  Food control:   Look at Sir Wilfiid'u  Buggentinn nnd see If tho new govbrn-  mo*qt.. ia not doing  that vory thing  In its radical taxation of profit*-.   The  Hatrift    applies   to - control     of    war  supplies.  Sir W lif rod says tho  cause of high  rices Ih profiteering and hourding.' So  "   tola degree, bu   uiilllons of man, and docreiuied pro-  ri notion owing to million-* being  withdrawn    from. proiluotlon,    and  {iroduutioti facLorioH being given over  io war material. ,��������� ���������       ���������������������������������������������  Cbal mihimjrightisi bf the :I>omihibh>y  in;"Manitoba,  Sa^iatehewah VahdV Air'  ^e^taiytheVYukbsi TSs^tox^, tlie^brth''  West Territories ^dVih^ypbrtibh^bf  thifPif'oy ihee of British:C-^umbia ,���������may':  ���������be:\leaSedV;fo-r '-a' ?t*vmV ofVitwehtyrbhbL ....v...,.f,.^,  yeare, renfewal'f br'Va^  , 12^-^i^l^hMmStwintwl*^  ^ere^l^t^bre^tKa^  ^Jbe'rleia'sedtoibhe-applieant^  %Applicatibh: foi- a.letee'must he mi^e^lll^l  by: the applicant in person to the^AgehtJ^^wiSp^l  br'Sdb-^gehrof 'the ^ distjrietVitt^^whichvVS^g^  thejright;8yapbliedvifbri:is������-re:Situate^  Ih -surveyedVterriro^Vthela^  be d escribed by a- sections, ov legal mib-:|  divisions oj sections, and: inVuhsnryey-5  ied territory th*P* tractV applied Wrshall^  ba staked out.by. the applicant himself V]i.  '���������-���������'��������� Each "application: must be^accomp^;  anied by a feoof $5which wiH-beVfe^;  funded if the rights applied for are not  available,' but hot otherwise* A royalty V  shall be paid on thenierchantable but-  put of the mine at the rate of five centw  ���������pei^ton^' ��������� ,-.;"': 'p PpP-p-AiPP-pPppA  The person operating the mine tjihal'  furnish the Agent with sworn returns ���������  accounting' fpr the full Quantity' of  merchantable coal mined and pay the  royalty thereon.' If the cbidnnning:  rights are not being operated, such  returns should be furnished at leasts  once^ayoitr.   ������������������������������������'������������������;  The lease   will   include    the    coal  mining rights only.!<r'  For full information application  should ho made tb tho Secret-uy of the  Department of the Interior, Ottawa,  or to any agent or "Sub-Agent of  Dominion Lands.  pp'W  AA$  :P$M  ���������t'A?  Wif  Tpjm  P'iH  ,''-.  i;  but tho chief cutiao la   Mtr\mm        mm  .%-it*.**%*n, *     Cm  O. G. BENNETT  VTanaKor Croston Brand.    l���������,S���������"n?S^..V;S  One of every ton eitfaoriN In Uohs-  land Mubscribed to the Vletbry Loan.  Ql&'J,fi������Q of It Wilt, taken ua there*.  Tho Great Northern" train lnN������  Ito^j'uUjl bi-ulc .ixll. itUixtioiiH. itsctntU.  It ui-riy.Ml a oouplo ot- mtnu(/������M ahead  I ������*\# ������V(-b������-klh ^ojVkJh.   ������tjn*#  lma*.   %t*.*uP\miA *  tin tlllThnrflday Inst Honhland linn  thlA sonsoii hud a snowfall of 20  Inches.  A. I. AuHtin, tho ImIhm* ortiuUdal^ In  W'^tti KiitttcitJiy luul 10 ������uit Ut ln-jii  him at IiIh mooting In ttoHHland hint  wook.  W. W. CORY, Doputy Minister  the Interior.     ,���������������������������  '  N.B.���������Unauthorized publication of thie  adVortisemeht will riot* bo hnld for.  WATER NOTIGE  (Diversion and Uso)  TAKE . NOTICE I hat- Cranbrook  Sash & Door Company, Limited,  whose address is Orauhrook, B.C., will  apply for a-license to take and uso  three cubic feet por second of water  out of South F<nk Goat River, also  known as Meadow Creek, which flows  westerly and drains into Goat Rivor  about one-half mile west of Ijot 2540,  Kitchener townslto.  . Thi: walt-r will be divetled fiom tint  Htroain at a point about threo-fourths  in llo' Routh-eaat of the north-west  corner potttn ofljot 402, und will be  usek for tho purpose of fiumhig lumber to Cadorna station on tiie Canadian Pacific Railway.  Ehift ���������   notice ��������� was ��������� pouted   on     tho  ?round on the 28th day of November,  017.    A copy of (hlb notice,  and an  ,, r . -*t... j 1. .. *  , . ��������� ..      .   <������.-������. ,������   ,  l.Jriftlt i.i tt'lt     ,'i.t ������������������.,,.i I.      illl'li'Kl,      .itllj     j. JJ  tho "Water Act. 1014." will tie filed in  the. office of the \Vater Rociii-iler at  Nelson.  Objections to tho application may  bo filed with tho said water Recorder,  or with the CoiiiptrnUer of Water  Right*. I'arllnnient liiiildiiigH, Victoria, B.C..' within thirty days after.  tho firut appourui.ee of tlilM uotloe in a  looal nowHpuf-or.    ��������� y.i-  ,������.,,    %  ,      , ii      tt    j      *,*    .. .  ^ .... ....*.. ,..,*���������   ...������%.    >   ttttt *t***t������mx,.**,������mt**   *.t*  LhlA notlco Ir Novo. ;ibor IMtli.. 1017.  CltAN.-iJ-*M>K BahU  <P DilOU C/OMt'ANV,  LiMiTion, Applicant.  By II. A. MolCowan, Agent.  ���������*,#  ^HHIiil rargsSstasit'"'!^^  SrI  'is^$^^$$r.'S^0������.  sflflsS������#?l  IfiSi  55^.s'iWjUlH'".^t'������5^  S-^.->-;'.l>,y^..*S..r^..SlT:7r'SJ-..J-^.ik.-.,u-:,'   .:.���������,';.''.^-.,i'.i:.-';^''A.^^.���������-i���������'^',';���������ly-.:S���������J^,.S"'J.���������..^^.^...S^'^ ���������'-.-���������'.!'... 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'���������"���������"..''���������"'iVj'mi'"'    .' ���������I'', ������������������".li " "V 'j.'-. j' i" ���������-���������'���������' '.������������������."'."���������   '.' i "      " .  i   ni^:':slA,-sAAr'r-&:A&r^-!Pr.  f  HUabl,  Mm.  MOMt������M.'  Sm^IS?^  A BRIGHT TOBACCO OP THE FINEST QUALITY  10 CENTS PEK PLUG  mS!*'  ���������JJl' '���������**"���������������������������  /     I  -    *lh  -?r  "%  THE  AMARANTH  CLUB  in  S������  I  J. S. FLETCHER  WARD, LOCK A CO.. UM1TSD  LwtJM. Malbourae, ud Tanat������  t>n4-     ������4-  ���������     *i a  All         A4*V?  |/vv-;h<w tt.  VI ������������.**  smile.  ������  *  "Ticket of entrance to���������what?" he  said.  "Ah! that's what you don't know,"  replied Lydia. "And I don't know  either. Well, you'd better makc your  entrance under my distinguished protection.   When?"  "We'll sup there tonight," answer-  ������i1-> :_Ui        mX     X 1 ���������  J.VUJ^Jll|     61     l>t������.i\V.  (Continued.)  Again she regarded him witii grave  attention. *"���������  "1 guess," she said at last, "I guess  you've piles o������ money, haven't yoUi'..  "Heaps," replied King laconically.  "Siace 1 saw you I've come into a  big- fortune. And I had one before.  Also, I don't waste niy money."  "You're the sort of man Barthele-  niv likes to get hold of," she said reflectively. "Well���������I'll see what can  be done. Yoa wouldn't do anything  rash?"  "On the contrary, I am all for cool  and gradual work," he answered. "I  can see that it will be a question of  time.     But   I'll  run  that   man  down  yet/'  "Well, ot course, it can be( done,"  she said.    "There's no hurry?"  "None," replied King. "Take your  time,   Lydia.     Consider  matters.  CHAPTER XXI.  Reckoning  Day  That year parliament sat until well  into August, and members of the  house of commons went to    grouse  ] moor  or sea stretch  carrying    with  them  the    uncomfortable'    assurance  j that their presence would be required at St. Stephen's again iu the first  week of October. George and Letty  Ellington went to -the -Yorkshire  moors, where Ellington senior, and  his son rented a small shooting.  Hilda Tressingham visited them  there lor a week towards the end "of  the recess. Since the night of theii*  joint" visit ��������� to the Amaranth Club she  had never particularly mentioned  that stirring episode to Letty; it she  did refer to it, it was as a joke. Letty, however, considered it to be little more than a joke, and sheyon her  part, had never spoken of -it to her  husband. She had decided, after  some anxious thought and consideration, that George would never hear.,  of it. She had not seen anyone at  the club who w-ould be likely to tell  George that his wife had been seen  t-kj-li������r+%%       AT ������*        Tl *������ -t-tt-l-k a1 Am *������f      li n et       met  brought over from Paris. And for  the time being Hilda Tressingham  said nothing to put her innocent  friend in remembrance of them.  Hilda, going back to town a day  or two before parliament re-assembled, was rung up on the telephone by  von Roon, "who asked hcr to go  round to Shaftsbury Avenue at once.  She found him and the inscrutable  Mctz in the midst of heaps of lug-  gaffe.  "I am only back from Homburg  this very morning," announced von  Roon, taking her into his business  room. "Wc have not been in here  two hours. All the same, I wanted  to sec you at dice.1"  "Well, I'm here," replied Hilda,  taking thc least dusty chair. "What  is itr" '  Von Roon dropped into the chair  at his desk. She .thought him looking very fit and strong; he had lost  annmtm  (lf>oU  X. v ....  ���������I'm   considering   them   pow,"   she. there;   consequently,     she    remained  -said. "The thing* to do is first to  get you admitted a member, and after -that  to give   Barthelemy    a hint  xl x      -.������-.������.*������������������       J.t.^.     ������.X^^tvV       f^.mt- *fm       i-^Xrf.  LlietL     jruu JC     luc     jiajMt     aw* v xts      mj������>-  next door. Remember���������Barthelemy  never admits anybody until he knows  all about them."  "He can know all he likes about  me," said King. "I'm a somewhat  eccentric young man about town,  rich, with a taste for seeing the curious, the out-of-the-way, thc bizarre  things of life. That's alL Except  that I inherited the fortune made by  my respected parent, the Bermond-  sey tanner, that I've come into another fortune made by a maternal  uncle who cultivated sugar in the  West Indies, and that, while I'm generous and benevolent, I've got a very  shrewd idea of things, and know jolly -well how to take care of my money. And talking about money reminds me that I owe you another  three hundred, and here it is."  Lydia took the notes which King  banded to her and put them where  she had put their forerunners.  "All right," she said. "Come and  see mc again���������a week today. But,  oh, Bannie King���������it's an awful risk  we're running!"  "You didn't use to' be short of  pluck," remarked King. "It'll do you  good to re-assert some of it."  Then hc went away, meditating on  what hc had learned. Run Barthelemy down to justice he would, no mat  ter what it cost. It was a dangerous 1  game, no doubt; but it was a good  game and an exciting one, and it just  suited his temperament. Hc was going to lay aside all else for it, until  hc won or���������lost.  Next day hc began his course at  the medicated bath establishment.  He saw nothing that he would not  havc seen in any similar well-regulated establishment. He was received with courtesy by the suave  attendant; he paid fees which were  in character with thc high-class appearance of the place; hc was scrupulously attended to. But, as Lydia  had warned him, hc saw little of the  house. He was attended from the  reception room to his bath room; he  was never left; hc was attended from  his bath room to the door of thc  street. Into any recesses of the  place there was apparently no chance  of penetrating.  King spent a good deal of that  week in reading certain works on  subtle and secret methods of poisoning, lent to him by the ^specialist  , whom he met at his club. He was  beginning to understand something  of how Avory had comc to his  death, and how lu: himself might  guard against a similar fate when he  ie.viv.jcl a note from Lydia Likin-  nh.iw asking him to call. He wen*  til? to Maida Vale there and then  Lydia, at sight of him, produced .a  let tor.  "That's nil right,*'- she said. "You're a fellow AiuaraiUhian. Barthelemy knows all about you. There was  n<> difficulty."  Kinfr fdrm-vd tlic leftev over. Tt  waa a mere formal invitation that hc  had been fieri ed a member of the  Amaranth Club, and asking for bin  ���������jul-K't'riplion  jxiiA   entrance   fee.      IIu  silent. The episode, in fact, was:  dropping away from her mind, save  as a faint memory of an innocent  rakishness; dropping away, too, was  her recollection of the fact that  somebody or other possessed certain  bits of paper on which she had hurriedly scrawled her name after she  and Hilda had indulged in the little  game���������so- amusing,   so  fascinating���������  Also for Swollen Joints and Ankles, Constant Headaches, Urinary and Bladder  Troubles and aU"Irregularities'of the  Kidneys. '131  body; lie looked determined and re  sourccful.  P"IVs this," he said. "The time's  ���������come. ������������������ At least, it will be here in a  few days. So-r-you can put the pressure on-the. little lady. You havc  done nothing as yet?"  "Nothing,"  replied  Hilda.       "That  was  settled.      Nothing���������until  neccs-  erj������-.������ tt  . .  x.xmx jr.  "Very good.    Now it is necessary.  Of course, they're in town?"  "They will be tomorrow. The  house doesn't meet until Tuesday.  Very good. Leave it to me. But  there's this that I must know what  is it that you want to get hold of'? j  Precisely what?" I.  "Yes," said von Roon,    "You must  know  that,   I  suppose.      Very  well,  Jl,  Ti     :���������     xt.Sm Mtt     ^..x    xt.���������    ...t,���������%^.  itj^n.      1.x. ��������� id   una.      j. it   fjui   i.ijv.    jjjjvjjv  affair before you clearly. Of course,  you've got to remember that it's all  theoretical. Some detail may go  wrong at the last moment���������what wc  want mayn't be. available, mayn't be  there.".  "In; that case "  "In that-case, you can't help it.  But here it is: Parliament meets on  1'uesday. y Now, remember that we  have inside information from thc admiralty itself. On Friday next,  probably during the evening, a certain memorandum, in typescript, will  be delivered to some five or six of  the principal heads of the admiralty,  of whom Ellington will certainly bc  one.. It will be handed to each in  sealed envelopes." Wc must go on  probabilities. The probability is that  Ellington will carry his copy home  in his despatch -case. What we want  from you is the possession of that  despatch case for an hour���������even half  an hour."~ We will know what -to do  with it when we get it, and wc will  hand it back to you for replacement  intact���������-exactly as we receive it. But  now���������how do you propose to get  hold ofit?" >-  CTo Be Continued.)  \*Tt-m.^    *m^_      j mrr .-     n   tv imc  *aermd.ny   xxctx*   su   *?*.%*>    j  Not the bitterest" foe of Germany  can  take  satisfaction  in  the    conse-^  quences of a few days 'and weeks of  frightfulness held in    store for    the'  fatherland.      They  are   incalculable.  Babes still unborn in Germaiiy    mil  inherit the disgrace    and    bear    the  shamS of it while they live and   be  hated even when dead.    Whole generations will pass before the,tale of  outrage and bloodshed begins to take  its place among "old,  forgotten, far''  off things  and battles   long   ago."-4-  Chicago Tribune.  UllWIiOD  'Cuticura Soap  sbaxnpoos pro-  ceded by light  touches of Cuticura Ointment to spots  of dandruff  anditcbicgaro  most effective.  They tend to  arrest falling  hair apd promote a heal.  thy scalp.  Samples free fcy  mall. Address  "Cuticura, Dept.  N, Boston, V. e.  A." Sola ������7������y*  where.  A  err  Aftor tho'  "JUJItlllHIUIIUIMIIIIIIIIIIUIMIU  Two Kyo������ for ��������� Llfatlmw |  a Mm/Inn w������rii'������!ijf������.rTir������*wr������������, m-wj g  2   IBIOVIQ9 lr-������<������ ��������� Hutu Myr������-������������iinu|atf������<Sl E  J"   ���������iii.i.iim -.  H������������(lia������.     Iit-uu- llnf r������tt.h������ti-- b  ������ lUiNUiroti. Muiltio Iw a Vuvurll j T/������<*tuitinl s  a 1'it Uytim 'hut (���������>������*>! U������r ki-j'1 N)(!������r(. 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'^rbg'ses^ Aircraf it
^Vy:t?:^V-^V;0hn"^ -A Pa;
���V A| recent VEtiglisliV:writiprV ^bn    the;
useV'qfV.aircra;f*��Vih^
Rbyal Flying ��� corpsy%fent to warvwith
abotiti^ight^twa ffiachihe-j iiiV-pass^
'ably ; good cd -de-\
pendent upon- Fraxice for engines ;and
upon VGermaiiy Vf or magnetos. VThe
Belgian army, had Vabout V thirty;; effi-^
cien"tVaeroplaues,Vand .'.lie French ber
tween 500Vahd;V60O. VGermaiiy ;V took
the; field withy more Vthan 600 V" twp��
seated aeroplanes ^ designed through^
out! for .war sei vice,; besides ���;���/,. hunf
-dreds of slower units ior training, arid
other; purposes^ She had V strategically placedon^the frontiers: twenty-
ohe -flying' grounds illuminated by
powerful lighting / systemS^ny /one
case a 27,000,000 candle V power Wrfe-
ydlving electric- flash���for tise \ jn'
n ight flying, /while a year latei VB ritr
ish pilots attacking Zeppelins had to
be, content with petrol flares in buckets for lighting the landingTplaces. A
iupiitn��� before the;'war- Gcfmah': and
Austrian officers;.visited; the concen-y
tration camp at ������Netherayph, ��� arid
carefully noted tile''British^strength-
iixVaircraft. ; FromVlthis picture- V the
writer turns V. to thep progress V iii
British aeroplane contsructioh" during the -war-r-we "built hundreds V in
the .first /year /of the War,' thousands
in thesecond,' many thousands in the
third,;and; had; ihiview plans for the.
production ofVtehsV,:pf thousands "in
the/fourth." P:TPP;AA.P'p. Pa": '"' PpT"pP'':'
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V.'|:VVV;-��� -The Unitedt'-States. ,Gm��I��^^
���fXiJJJ^ljg
'"AU
shed-'' P Afnericah
iBritisti rri^^ ,Tbat Nb; tjirie ^^ the
vlfWar L^ is Necessary to Seciire a Lasting Peace, and
'(vvfl'VviOrie^Th^
y;:VRight Hon. David XloydVyVGeorge;;
PA,speaking at a/meeting held iii I>oU-
V'doiiJVrecently, for the purpose-V. oi;
pP laiitiching a camipaign f orgreater na-
VlHibnalVecoriomy, saidvin Vp^irt:':-'-""
PPppTP"I������������>ainVnot going  -o��� predict/when  tinder the flags of    Germany's,   eiie-r:
���"yy-ttin i'liri^: yjf'Sitifis-iira iJ.;"Wilt- (*nmi>J   -.NO: sliiiPS.- whirVi:  rrttttA,: rpAttrtx;    d-rtrrrtcxn-iT.
theV^rtdVof 'the- wai*Vwill dome. yy-No'
W yiniah: in-ihisVsenses \vould prolong; it
V V V ��� .one V; hour if 'there Vwere;Opportunity
PPPior real Vand Vlastihg ;peace. VCLoiid
V;:y;ia^lause>.VVBiit it must heVa lasting
:;SVfpeace.y V(Ldud applause). It must
;S;?'rhot^-he;a:; Vf>eac<2: .s^liich is? a j prelude, to
: ���i^/aJin^^ : waifc^VAs
���feiy;youVmayVimagine, I haveyheeh;Scau-
Vf^Vning the horizon anxiously; I cah-
i^Kh^tl-'see-'sahy terms in sight which
VS0v^would lead td-an enduring;peace^V*!
PaV:yleel:"that the only terms which would
-VfiVvbeV possible #iow VwiQuld ' he terms
V*?;s^hich would'end iff&n^arirh^
i^Vi-^in^^ ��� **"''
.;Vsvy*evehVmbr^-tri^tfdlSs^^
������yVi;s-yV;4'That ��� is? why yve a.re.
America had done likewise. Germany
laughed Vat the war declarations V of
China and; other nations, but these
declarations meant that most of the
world's foodVaiid raw. materials ^ere
xriies,- which  could  reducet Germany
to.vimpotejice and desolation.
'P p   ExrcanrubaTs; Regret
Dr.  Cecil Wilson, .elected    Bishop
of. Bunbury, Australia, formerly held
the SeeV of>Melanesia, which conv
prises what used to be called the
"Cannibal Islands." There he had
for a. servant a young native who,
before his conversion, had been Va
cannibal.;-. One day the bishop received among presents" frpmu home, a
tiiiiVbf sheep'ss^pngues^ Vph which he
TOade aVr-wdffOr-Vvhi^liincheon. The
..... , Jsh^y
putting^ all -Tjut -with perplexity writylarge ori his'
inV
Our ^strength: into :cetting    theVright\ ;fsace.    He afterwards\ confessed that
vhe.thdught the tongue's %ere human,
"sStidyt.hat his., .espiscopalwmaster had
relapsed into;. cannibalism. Tiie dish
reminded him of a delicacy which
had been the delight of his unregen-
erate days.^���-London Daily -News.
tt"$:
P^liSstie intd^this conflict.'iipw (Cheers).
VfSBiityly^triay bes asked the-questidn>^Ts
^sWsuchVia settlement- within���;immediate
preach?VIVhave alrc&dy f told 5rdu tliat
ftSiii-VmyVjudgment ;frankly it is not.
:*VGermaiiy in riiy judgnieht would onlv
V'Vmake Vpeace1 now V dnVVterms which
VV; ;v/bii1d^ enable her to benefit by the
VVV\var .in which she has w^ntpnlv
Vy plunged^ the World. That would mean
jVVs-that..Germany . would pfdfit by hcr
PPiPvtrt?wicked ;,venfurc-��.aria it would be
V:VariVciicouragemeht-.for- any buccaneering empire of the future to repeat
thc experiment,
"More than twice as1 many German
submarines wcrclost in-the first ten
months of this year as in all of last
syear,  the .premier asserted.   \
The British tdhnage ��� lost monthly
now is not mucli more than one-
third of .ihe total destroyed last
April.-'-      ��� P:aA':,:���'- ,,  -
Mr. ��� Lloyd George said that
���"Boloism" in all its. shapes and forms
should be looked out for.
"Bcwdrc of people who* try to sow
dissension,  distrust   and    suspicion,"
4ic said.    "The  enemy is  trying    to
rattle our nerves.    Keep steady and
we will win."
The way to shorten the war, said
Mr,, Lloyd George, was to prepare
for a long war.    He added:
The premier said eyes must bc
kept steadfastly^, on the great purpose of the war, which was destruction of the false ideal whicli would
have intimidated and enslaved Europe if it had triumphed.
"Our real enemy," he continued,
"is the war spirit fostered in Prussia. There-would bi no p^acc in thc
world until tlio shrine of the war
flpirit iii Potsdam is shattered and its
piicstliood is dispersed and is disci; edited forever."
Thc premier said hc had hoped tiie
enemy's** terrible    power   -might    he
broken this year, hut that the temporary collapse of the Russian ��� military power had postponed this hope.
But time was on the side, of thc allies, he said;   Time puce was neutral
bul   two   things  have   changed     this.
' namely, the advent of America   and
\]\c increasing failure of thc Gcnmiii
submarine war.
The war, said . tbe premier,    waa
ciriblc in itself,'but more terrible in
-���her   possibilities it revealed  of uew
iorrors on land and sea and in the
air. Tt must bo settled now, once for
ajl, hc declared.    If the war should
be jciicwcd unci- thirty ycun,    iuou:
of    scientific    application    it   would
iiicnu the death of civilization, Brute
force must be dethroned forever.
To'realise what the advent of
America meant, the premier went on,
it was necessary only to look back
on tho rapid growth of the little
1'hitish army, America was now
litavUtig, aud its resources in man
hnwor wivro. Iwici* those of IlrU.'iln.
British shipbuilding, said the premier,  has  Increased    fourfold,     and
W.     N,     U.     1183
They Ga^n^vSiecs ttie Point
StrangeV ���.-. *GrievanqetP;'- of   ;: Germany
'"������������      Against the United Stateis^ V^y
y GermansV are Viipt saying - as' much
nowadays ���Vs';"y--fdrm.eii^*./;3bputV^':':dur
sales of ammunition to.; the, ailtes, but
y;hey still cling to theVcunpUs notion
that; by those VsaleS Vwe Vwere -;guilty
of i^rdlonging ��the w'ar-and increasing
its'Vslaughteiv. Prp:PpTpA.PpppP;.A-: -���* ���
��� ^VV^hat they Vmeahi;:;Wheii they say
thaty is���; that,, ^because of supplies
bought in this country, France and
���England were not conquered. as easily as, in German dpiriidn, they would
have beeri otherwise>; andmany German lives have in consequence been
lost. The possibility that there are
advantages in this���that it would not
have been good for the world to have
Germany quickly Victorious���does
not occur to --.the* Germans, arid probably ity-never will.; PPp^T.':.;;
���^���;'-;':-phly'':this:^vcek''th'eV;i^residen'tsdf the
reichstag sneered at: the use of the
word ''humanity" by President VVVil-
son���^-"the mari who- had the power to'
preserve hundreds andfthousan ds. of
lives- byiPpreventitig*rrthe-. s��J,jexport. o��
munitions and war material from
America to the^entente."'-.;, y ^ V A/
This is surely the ; strangest Vof
grievances to be presented by /men
in so- many ways intelligent.���^Frdm
the New York Times,   f
men of affairs' who;; have'VVi*eceritly.
vijsited Canada for; .the., purpose of
personally investigating the .country's
prospects and opportunities; ;i s; MrV
Clinton: B. Evans, -e<^tdr^VdfyV"The
Economist," and * Western Veditofial i
representative���, of���-:-��� the.,; ''Pliilsadelphia
Public Ledger;" ��� "JhVVa Vieeeht Varticle
in the "Philadelphia: Public Ledger"
Mr. Evans has sdme^thihgs; to -say
of Canada. which,*m*^esVVihte
reading: ������������������ 'PPp.-^P-a. -y''"v'V ^Vv;Vv.;-
j j "^Purpose and other combinatidn
i of effort have achieved wonders with
see'mingly small material Other than
that which nature-has proyidedi' The
bank deposits of Gariada are about
the same as those of the one city of
Chicago.^that is,V;^lJSp0,0vb0,OOafiand
yet within a^generatipn ^hugefwild
���aggregation Vdf -HipuntainJ sjplaiiijjVVJand
liver nasi /Be'en set up among tiie" na-i
tions with its 3,700 miles from Atlantic to Pacific... A. government
which conceives its duty to be" the
promotion of the people's interests,
a railroad company which "spans the
world"rVwith rail" and , steamship, a
population;with tiie vigor and ambition of pioneers, a tradition that runs
its trail back -to the days of Charles
the Second, over the history of the
Hudson's VBay company���these are
some of the potencies that have given .a colony the pridc df an einpire.
���- "Then Cana^da has t\vP rich uncles.
More of a favorite with British in-
vestprs than India drV Australia has
been thisV stretch of *-tiie " Western
Hemisphere, and the United -States
has turned in its funds freely. It is
not nierely rthat the Canadian Pacific
was largely constructed with money
from these sources and that huge and
beautiful hotels' were built. A;country that raises prize wheat on the
fifty-ninth parallel, that is more than
1,100 miles north of Ghicago, that
clainis onc-^seventh of the known coal
deposits of the world in the province
of'Alberta alone,. that ha^ untold
mineral wealth in its mountains, does
hot appeal in' vaiii" td the owners of
investible capital. For ..temporary accommodation, as well as large loans,
the United States is handy. : Banking relations are' .clpscyy^^diy'liberal,
balances are darriedSv ii^; Aniencalif
cities. There will be a stronger ih-;
vitation than ever to. the -Capital .of
the States';now that sso; gircat an Overstrain has been placed on the resources of .London.    In small sums,
travel,- iny normal '/years-^isv-'Ajrieni^h^^i^Ss^^^^
;.y-s:'ii ;,seemsy aii;.;very.: VAniericanaa^aA'^'-''^^-^^^���'
spite; of, some British architecture in1/ , ^_,
tbe; cities, the Scotch brogue: ^6t^0rP��ppmP$&m
Wherev-and-' the, French in'-tho 'e^emPTApppppm^iS^iM
provinces.- -; Relations" with /our "hdrth-iV*/-"--*1^-^9'^^1
ernmpst^^ stowhs-^-StisrPaul; Mittrieapo-
Us/y5ttp |SeattIfe#-are    close.      cfTheV
States" are^-hot; fdreign. rPTP:pP:%TAr^ppPPppiP^P0^M\
^The-.^hited^Stai^ino'^^
cago,a'cah 1earh;rid*!i*iethittKVfrpniV'|feV:VVVy/^
newr^Giahada.^   VWJhhipeg-; claim^VyMVV
handle Vriiore whe^at. than ��� any ; dthei*- V
point pn tbis^ontine%yV^
come next."/   TiieVtendency is^tb/id- V
cate all these industriesVat pointsPlfcrT
outlying    from    Chicago. /   But ^tfie
stringent invitation is iri cheap/lands/
and the? vigor of a /ndrthern^popiila-P:
#9$} '2$% will!he^H;ealtKy-edmpetitioiiP
>min ��� purvpedidei ^ho^e^haps^ire too /v
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;  This is -Uieway to ^Call^elEyyioi
and satisfaction out'pf every pinch ot
Copenhageh^he*m-^T^acco.V   ;Pp-pAA:
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the best, old, highflavoredleaftdbaccdi
; The smtflt process--by which the leaf -
tobacco is converted into tiny grains,
arid ��� scientifically prepared ��� retains  V
all the good d�� the tobacco. ---'
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//���fchievinnch in the mouth���/betHsreett./ilift?^
lowervlipi and the mmi, without ��ay
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OV may whip a tired horse
so that he will ^win a race or
get his load over a bad spot
in the road, "but that does not add
to his strength. In reality it
further depletes his reserve of
strength and leaves him exhausted, v
itod so it is with the nerves of
the human body. You may by
use of stimulants accomplish the
work in hand or by deadening the
nerves with narcotics you may
stop the headaches.
Any temporary; relief obtained
ia won at an enormous expense to
the nervous system and you are
left more exhausted than ever.
The introduction of Dr.
Ghaae's Nerve Food was* revolutionary in the treatment of nervous diseases, because it replaced
the old idea of obtaining tempor
Sksto ihe Tired,
Mrs. A. North, "flmnd fitroct North,
Brantford, Ont., writes: "Both my husband,
and I oan arpeak vory hlcrhly of Dr. Chuae'a
Ncrvo Food, having utied lt vrlth Hplondid
rcoults. My husband uuffored. from weak-
noon und a run-down uyutem, and becamo
no 'bad ho finally had to rIvo np work. Ho
nlao had -Bpollo of melanoholla. Ho commenced uslner Dr. Chaoo'o Nervo pood, and
after a treatment of thin mediclno I never
{jaw uuch ti change In anybody. I7u In now
able to attend to hlu work, And la onjoylnar
Hptandld health.
"Before I atarted taklnar Hr. Chtxna'a
Nerve Food I waa troubled wltli norvouo-
nana* BlcioplBimnean and a palnnionnJ the
hoart. The Norvo Food built ui�� my Hyntem,
made me feci ntronger In.every way, and
relieved me of the annoylnr Hymi>toniH from
which X had fluttered. We alwayii keep Dr.
Choi-e** Nerve I'ood In th* houwt. r��*.dy for
xiito in ou,m i. iu .mcoU^m."
ary relief wittijbhe new method of
reconstructing the starved and
depleted nerve cells.
A little patience is required to
follow out. this building-up process, but this is the only way in
which disease of the nerves can
be really cured. The nerves aro
starved for proper nourishment.
You supply the nutrition in Dr.
Chase's Nerve Food. The results
are certain, because you are
working hand in hand with
Nature.
As strength in restored tho
appetite is sharpened, digestion
improves, ytm get ths good of
the food you eat, headaches dis*
appear, you find yourself gaining
in confidence, in vigor and iu
energy. You begin to have new
ambitions, to enjoy your work
and to feel attain that life ia
really worth living.
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jLlmlt^d, T'orointo,   Bo ��at h-a tatk-vl ;into aooftptlniBf a fltibntituto.   Itnitatioue only disappoint.
J I-**  Baby Dolls���������Dolls with celluloid heads���������Full,Celluloid Dolls from  20e to $7-rJBahy Ellus and Red Biding Hood���������Battles  -Ito-nia. Hoto  Cumback, the greatest infant toy on the market.  Members, of the Bed Cwiss executive  are reminded of tdeir meeting on  "Wednesday afternoon, Dec. 10th, to  Pack a shipment of supplies as well as  lor the ushttl monthly conclave.  Meeting at three prompt, at the  depot. '".'V TrPp'-AA  W.  VAfV  met  ff&v Efafv*ih  ���������sr  Bs*eetor������ Jio. 1; tb"4���������American Model Builders No. 1 to 4*  steel, /and the most instructive toy to be had���������Painting  Outfits, Sandy Andy, Dumping Sandy���������Cannons  AutomobUe^Architectural Buildinj; Blocks  r���������Aii sortsof Sauies auu Books  ������11  Us*efolmid  F.Eiicy Goods  ^ will-spend  "iZmmLm  ������.'./-/-.;;   ';-.-:;,;!.*&/'*���������'���������"'������������������  Embroidery  Sets���������Linen  Weavingr^Sunday  Monday���������Dolls-  Dolls  Carriages���������Rocking Horsea���������Kinderg^ten Bead  Boards���������Tinker Toy���������DishesVfrom I5c. to $1.50  -T^nll  linVlj.  Anytbing yoa caB  think  of W������ have for  sale in T'  iresten  Local aiid Personal   __j  WAWTSD���������Strong     yoaag  dalyes,    also   yearlings.      C   Blair,  Erickson.  Mrs. M. McCarthy was a week-end  visitor with her daughter. Miss  Connie, at Cracbrook.  Wanted���������Limited supply of clean  cotton rags, free of buttons, at- Ck-es-  ton Auto & Supply Co.  For the jiext two Sundays the Pres-  Toys. The biggest and best assortment in town, at the drugstore.  Just arrived, _a line of gent's neckwear. Aii the fashionable shades auu  styles at Jackson's store.  A pair of ladies' black silk stockings make a splendid Christmas gift.  A fine line of them at Jackson's store.  A. E. Penson, who has spent the  past four months in the Stavely,  Alta., country, returned home on  Saturday.  Creston_ orchestra masquerade ball  byterian Sunday School will meet at |onVNew Year's eve promises to be the  2.30 p.m., instead oz in the morning as  at present. ~*  Pratt's Stock Pood���������Tone your  stock and poultry up for more production. For sale at Creston Auto  J������ Supply Co.    .-*..-:   .���������*'.���������  At their- meeting on Monday night  Creston Board of Trade voeed  S25 to  be 'sent to  the Halifax Belief Committee,- along with a. suitable letter of  ..��������� aympath-y. -icriirtxti^s- :X^P:h'   AirP'ri-.P  At the Methodist Young People's  Club on Tuesday- evening Mrs. M. W.  Lees will giva a paper-on .-"First Aid  cordially invited. * . :[ <. *. *  Will those who have  Bed    Cross  ' Ktipnlies oft hand* -please turn them in  at the meeting -mi Tuesday, as a box  of supplies will be packed forahipment  the day following.  J. B. Beyts of Calgary, a C.P.B.  special investigator, was here a  couple of days the early part of the  week, looking into a number of claims  against the company at this point.  Boad foreman J. D. Moore of Kaslo  was here on an official visit over the  week-end. The department is a little  shy on funds and no gasolene engine  will be installed on the Kootenay  Biver ferry for the present at least.  prettiest yet judging by the demand  at the drugstore for costumes.  The Unionists had the finalrally of  the campaign in the Auditorium last  night,. the speakers being C. B. - Kam-:  ilton and Sergt. Boberts of Nelson.  In the.list of Military Yi.M.C.A.  contributors last week The Review  erred in putting 50 cents opposite the  name of E: Haskins. It should have  beeh^S&fllO. 'y     r?JPT --;.--���������'-,,-Vs  .���������T*:.^-,-^-,--*^;';.-,   : -A-A'^:yi,... ��������� .,'  .. At their meeting on Tuesday afternoon Creston Bed Cross_Society came  to "the help,'of the'- sufferers in - the  Halifax disaster, by voting them $50,  which "was forwarded next day." *���������  ���������   ~      1- -.���������-**-'.. ���������  Monday is election day, and the  Voters will ma***k their ballots'in MercantileHall, those of them living in  West Creston, while the.Bast'Cres-  tonites will yote at the Auditorium.  : Come and hear .the pastor of the  Methodist Church on Sunday night at  7.80, on citizenship from the'Christian viewpoint. Subect. "Shall I  vote on Dec. 17th ?   Why and   how."  G. Huscroft was a visitor at the  Cvanbrook hospital a few days last  week taking innoculation treatment  to head off further . trouble with  bronchitis, from which he suffered  extensively last winter.  nobert Stars left Creston on Tuesday for the east. He expects to sail  from New York the latter part of the  month to some port in Italy, in which  country he has property interests,  and. where  months  The Dominion election returns will  be received at the Auditorium on  Monday night. An admission; fee of  25 cents will be charged, and after  the expenses of the service and hail  rent have been paid any surplus will  he turned over to the Bed Cross,  The Presbyterian Ladies* Aid  annual baaaar on Thursday last was a  great success in every respect, the  total receipts -froth- the affair being  $187., Of this amount $ia was made  by the girl *ss������embe!!S of the society,  who had a table of goods of their own  on sale.  Manager Geo. Johnson of the P.  Burns Go. rwas *a Nelsan visitor oh  Thursday seeing to the deliyery of  another carload of cattle to the  branch there. Some 18 head were in  the lot; This makes eight carloads  shipped this year���������the biggest year's  business in tne Valley's history..  The Unionists haye installed a  telephone in their committee room  next the postoffice, and will be pleased to give, you any information on  election matters you may wish-'oyer  the phone. The Laurierites .have  opened a committee room for candidate Maxweil in the office of R.  Lamont. ":..  Next Friday night, Dec. 21st, the  MethodisfcTSunda-y: School scholars at  Creston and'-Ericksonr are haying a  combined Christmas tree in tbe Creston Methodist Church atj^8 o'clock.  There"/ will V be recitations, song,, etc.,  and the dialogue "Christmas at.the  house of the copper toe shoe." Everybody invited."'        y'-y.-V,-:y-. .-.>  ���������    ���������'������������������  *��������������������������������������������� .���������"���������ynt'A.   .,......-.-:    .'.-:���������;.-������������������.  ���������';��������� .-���������."���������..���������..  The Bed Cross treasury was -enlarge  ed ajtnatter -"of;-.-$4.'98-i on /Tuesday.  AfterV-th'e-^sewing -session a tablt  cd-%c and-Idaf off **' bread - were y;raffied,  bringingi'*h^$2v ^whiley^the*usual ten-  cent''tea, .^served by -Mesdames'. G.  Ydungahd Q6inptdnf>:pr0dneed S2.5S)  more: ^-Thfe-wa the '-Tftesdasr paevious  was presided byeir by ^rs^ McMurtrie  and Brought^ in another. $3.55.  ���������������������������:���������������������������:::.: ^.^fAAq ot..-;. ^.hApi'-Pi:.^i a--,..  1U1  the  LllC  Christmas  Trad  in all departments, Groceries  WW  jroauuio  2Vtrt  V*a*J*  included-  1SS*>ato  Filberts 35c,  Brazils 30c.  Walnuts 30c.  Jasta^-'fpi? pitting  the ^Vatley ���������voters list .was  ���������' siia^ ' iirfethe teh  A^  kw������������^o -.ayvt  on Wed-  nes^ay^j Iff^tae ten days -in which  hew-'names'^could be :add������d about  t^t^ty additional' voters were enrolled; and- possibly half a dozen names  objected td.^;* It-is expected with anything like decent weather *400 yotes  mav be polled in the Creston Valley  on the 17th^-out of 470 on the list.  An amateur dramatic company  from Cranbrook will be -here 011 .Friday evening, Dec 28th, and will put  on the English comedy, "Green  Stockings," under .Bed Cross patronage, in Mercantile Hall. Admission  i8 75 cents for reserved seats; which  may be had at the postoffice,; and  60c.V general, admission. Everything  above expenses goes to Greston Bed  CrosS"Society. :' ��������� ��������� ���������;.  Fruits  Raisins 15c. pkg. Finest Currants 35c. lb.  Oranges 35 to 50c. doz.  K    ^    >* Peels  Mixed Peel (Lemon, Orange, Citron) 35c. lb.  jtianastcrciii-ciw  Ladies' Fancy Handkerchiefs���������Plain and Embroidered in the latest novelties  10 to 35c. each.  Also in Fancy Boxes from 50c. to $1.25.  Skirts and Sweaters  Men's high grade Shirts,  roomy and   good  fitters, in wool and cotton.  Boys' Sweaters in Jaeger and other British  makers, from $1 to $2.25,  Girls' Sweaters, in novelty weaves, $3.75.  ���������Mmsn  Don't forget ss ieksn.  Children's Sleighs  -������������������-JSc  iv������Kna b&������?  ^  gee our line of ladies' -fancy handkerchiefs, one-quarter dozen in a  pretty box, at Jackson's store.  "* The deer shooting season closes on  Saturday. So far the quantity of  venison taken is the lightest for  three years at any rate, Craige &  Son at Erickson, with* four to their  credit, seem, to have had the best luck  of all.  The Methodist Church V was comfortably., filled on Monday night for  the Young "People's Club debate on  the subject of whether the Unionist  party was better fitted" ,to govern  Canada in these war times. than the  Laurier Liberals.   Jay.   Adlard spoke    1. i.  Tn  .... 1 1.  Our stock of China is the largest  and the prices are right  TOirS���������We have the finest stock  of these ever shown in town  Men's List  CIGARS put up in boxes of  10 for Xmos. Gifts  Neckwear,       Fancy Shirts  Arm Bands Suspenders  Silk and Lawn Handkerchiefs  Sets Suspenders, Garters  and Armbands put up  in fancy boxes  Shaving Sets.       Pipes  Men's and Boys Coat  ^Sweaters  Popular shades.     All eizea  The Xmas. Table  Oranges       Lemons       Banarms   ,  Almonds     Walnuts     Pecans     Brazils  Peanuts  Cranberries       Sweet Potatoes  Table Cluster Raisins  Chocolate Almond Paste Figs  Candy of all kinds  Dates      Raisins      Currants     Sultanas  Fancy Biscuits. Jelly Powders  Peels        Flavoring Extracts.        Olives  Fancy Biscuits. Fancy Pickles  Canned Oysters Peanut Butter  Ladies' List  Children's Bonnets and  Handkerchiefs.  Fancy Silk and Lawn Waists  Linen Table Cloths  Fancy Aprons.     Tray Cloths  Dresser Covers  Leather Hand Bags  Handkerchiefs  Boys and Girls Flexible  Flyers  COASTERS all Sizes  for the former and B.***B. Staples for'  "--  the latter,"both gentlemen putting up      "  capital arguments in support of their   "   *  respective causes.   There was no vote  taken   and    no    winner,    therefore, n   '  declared. L   P  Pte. Basil Keir, one of the Creston  --,'  recruits, who left here   with the thi"f&*   ���������  contingent,   in* February,   ,1918V for-  overseas, returned to town toflpertcf A _    ���������      .  few days on Sunday, coining serf wiin     '     "'^1  Vancouver.   He was  badiy^wfoonded   **  in the back and side by a- bursting' ,  '  shrapnel, early in the fall, and it will   -  be rtiany weeks yet before  he will-he  feeling anywhere near right.   Before  enlisting he  was with the Hnscrofiv   .'.  brothei-s at the Beclamation Farm.     ,.., ,^  JT     '  To-night '(Friday) Creston Valley  Patriotic Fund will have its annual .  meeting in the Auditorium, at 8 - -  o'clock prompt. It will be follow od'  by a < whist url-^e and refreshment* t'  and those staying for cards will pay ' *  2$ cents, whieh will include suppeiv  und will the ladies kindly bring the  lunch. Creston * orchestra ywill.'vpi'O^vsrV'PPrM  vide some musical numbers and after ���������;���������;',Pp.KP}I  Biipper will have a dance, to larit Urir.P.' ���������'���������'������������������'.���������'si  til2.80 to Which the ladies go; f^--*-V?'3  nnd the men pay 75 cents. V , PP'PTPPP"* *  ' Despite.the" colfl night, it1^^'-^������!?'  Holy Cross Church ladies had tftt'othoy:SPT^;M:f\  fine turnout at their whist dmevO'bdV'V-''VV.'V,V-  dance in the Grady Hall last Friday  night. Tho priwi wlnnoi^./iiibVi^i^ij;;,/,;';;.';;  wero Mrs. MeGonegul artd J6y;-V:At-i������-:;'vA;-u'  l-owsmlth, whllo for tho thiM tftne in 1 *.  a row Miss Ella Ijoamy made the low ->  score, along wtyh F. Belanger. The;Pp:  intake from the whist was about 331,  while the raffle of a turkey brought":':';'V  in another 815. Canyon VOlty  orchestra provided tho dabce n&httic,  nnd a snlendld lutich was Served  about midnight.  Ladies9, Men's and Children's  Felt Bedroom Slippers  Trunks, Suit Cases, C-Sub Bags  a=  Sri  mn  CamErc?T  mmtfmm^k  0Q8  ifc   "-ETV1 flT"* '  A. I. Austin, the labor candidate in  Wtswt JwooLenay had 40 out; to heni*  him at his meeting, in llosaland last  week. - "V,, 'p,  f .        .      .    ���������  Atponneru Ferry the ahortfUN) uf ���������  xvixtct ia iso acute thut at tiweu iheui,  lo not enough to properly operate thi?'  elcotrlo light plont.  The Great   Northern    train   into  xxu^.,itxnt,  ujtiac    xrntt    |������ji"������i<������ ix/Ht*    iVCUlVlt)..  itnrilyed a couple of minutes nheod  of time one day lust week*   h  Dr. Kingston mentcta that thu  smallpox epidemic in Grand Pork**  will lie over by ChtrlntniMM. It hn*  eau������ed no doftthnv and Io a very mllrt  form.  Trail's  best effort nt the Victory  JL101111 wiin   h trraiiti   m>u������i 01   mm^fw.  NewD-i-nver, Handiiu, filman City anil  jHilyorUui i.oittbitUHl        MubvcriiUiHl  I^llH.UOO.  mt- 1-hwjjV W*���������*A'M,M������^ ��������� fc-JW

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