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 C:<j*s ,tf?y''rt>;.';S;##?. -'^i  -o-vv-.i'ivKr.^  ^r;  ;-' ^.V'  *^'^W^^  ?* ^ Wr'*':W^V.VV'V.w^  "(������igJ^"yV^-^^  E's;ft''rs'T'';;"vS'  ffiPfJ'tA'ArA  S"^?*v������nJ.j -, 'vy-:--  ^iiiiiiiipiiii  ***A  w$#w  :pmp^  ^mpiTATAPP  T^PfPTAAAA  I. m m I ii   T    1 1  lW^'0-^-iV  $!$m>rk  WSkA  byMrs^Wall     ,  ���������.         ,%Whitehbhse  Ait (pianoVof Opanbf?bbk iatCr  ^pp^*-***^  ^^������������������'-^'^���������-^-'���������'^-���������'^^  within our reach. Mrs, Wallinger's  hhinbeMiw*pe: V*T^^h^cJble Ea^le^  ?TheSong^bithe isOys in iJiue,V*UOni  scr^tibh,"V*>ybur Eyes have Told Me  ^b;^ 4j^^Rbuhd^efiFl^V*fJKeep:  HOiheVP-fitiesf !Bu**?nlhs^" V'VHawaiiah  Beauities^V'The Perfect?Melody*" Tints  PVMr^IVallin^iris ^vari^st bf merit,  he&pla^yiijgV^f theVyibHh being marked  frilliaheep j^w#r;:ahdVidMicaby ot  ���������m^^iA-A?  tMwiK'SJi:  T:PPPP&PrpPA:PPATAl:in '"   *"  " *  -** "  K.*;������.  v?&  ing personality ensures an interpreta  ,;Avtibh;bf byeryselectibh V that :homs the.  'V undivided attention������fvall^listonei^y y  iyV^VThat the eiBtorts of>*he8eladies w  ���������SV^pi^ciatedVwitts shown, bythe enthus-  Vyvi^tic^piarui^^ahdi Ih the: fact 1&a#Va  Vi;; dumber pf *;the: &^  SJ-jgersbhally ^express V'thwry.app^ciatibh  x:rh?toythe;players."; This is'certairily ahew;  {Vgdiapartbra feiSn^  ^V;aUdiirac*ia8Vw^  yy;Vhecei'"-a^and; oftentimes discourteous  V^Vreser**-*e!bf;Vma  V Vgfiise^  p,:: ehtiertoineirii  ������?'i;^^6l1%n^^  $-''*s;yb.ea^  pAr aridR. B. Stopfer the formed ^vbrihg  ' 'wStfc&������������|^  who works at No. 3 camp, eachjsecur-  ingvavfiit^ ;sampl^V^  Speaker is busy*assembling hisarma-  ment and has "high hopes of bringing  in a five-prong buck on   his return  'f rbihVthev.huht,--V:; pT'iPt^PPTT Wa^aPP-M  VV^eibcai Vbrchesti-a^  Orestoh 'was--'"afihe;ysuc*i������syin every  way, -Their, guests Vill P}xs^ &pJn^  class:;tiihibV-andV theifihahcial ihtake  iWas?bvefc^77i; Ihcidehtally the liinch:  box prewired" byy  brought the highest price Of ehem all,  y VMr. O'Dbhbeli arrived from V Crab-  brbbk^Oh VS^  biilettey VwhpV has iretited^ Vas .���������* chef.at;  chef afc-xhebbaraingrVh  to^his' homey^:'^lsbnif 'PiPTrTTp'P-yPpPM  The a.wivfrt.'bf Vt^  haJB starbed^th-i Ibg:haul;ih ifj^dshaipei  all the aya,ilable: Vteam^  jhbv ^edne8day.:;Vy^y :ArPAPr a 'P ������������������- ca:PTaaaT.  V CaihpVfbirem  On S^uM^stor"'C^ wh^re  he was united in ^marriage   with Miss  &niy;;^bhh^  h^pyepuele^ai^^Sp^ted' toreitoi-ht  : to-mb*c>bw^^dVi^l|ih^kei their; home  bere;'PP0:PP^;-aP:a;'SPt^aPT^ " :V" P: TpP  , ^Campbell^ljtMr;V;ha^(V^st-- beeilhbti-  fied bf his appointment a������i3d^Uty re^  turning 'bfiflcerV:forV<^h^ for  the1 VyotihjgV on   Dec3l7il^������-Quite a  heayy * vpto;Vwill to: tj^  there is ho" yotihg 'plaoe atiPbi*thiP * or  thV)>;Reelaihatibhs^Fairm^VVi:^  Ai:l-::'^  '���������*^~?L  V -FOrty^Qhe^JChOibfeattd VDollarsVe'xact-  ly-lsX3re������torii^Swley's'Vtot^ Siibscrin-  tibnViJtoRMeli^^etc^yWiX^h y which  closed on Saturday last. This amount  came from. ������fll joints, in ; the. Valley  except Kitchener^ from which point  nb^^pplieati^s^erfr-x^eiyed^y^  yt^is^oAi^isc made*u*g;������^^107Subr  seriptioDSj fcliiree ��������� of ywhieu^wefe.V for  ^.OOi^^hpihree fo%$2,(K������V and four  fbK$LOW<"^Thereuw^-sixVVfofe$500i'  two':.i&$ $SQ0jzniL tho balance spread  pretty eyenlyV oyer the $100 and $50  J*Wdw%^^'^;v;'^  -PiOhy^>������s^iftated4;"nbpulatib b"fVl6pO  for the Valley this gbei: to shoW that  one in every "fifteen" residents "was an  investorV.irt these bonds, certainly a  shpwiriig'thafc Vis :?h%Wy������c^ditable,fio  ���������thei^^lley^V"    ^mi|e&5at:  Porthill is ya^y]pre8esnt "empl by ing V:!?������.  *"  stuniaiei-V between 20^and^  T'he 'Vlda|^^bridhehit������ly  men, vAU  340 were Vbh the  ,>*.  P������3  ^y><S  ��������� . ���������.-���������:- ....v~./f-.^-N%i*j;f.-&  ii "���������<<* xm***z%������m$  mfiM  IjX'A:  . ...^tsb**^;.**-*!^  ;SpA,^!A0i8M  ���������vov ������������������ J,'^'i^r,i'.siM,  "There'e a Land," while the^latter's  number'Wa8^I^lahd,Vfe  Mrs.-:^^lljh&^  Zi'-srAfe;,-  entertainment on - -Tuesday hlghtlwas;  xth^fh;st'ybfVe sS^ries Of iweekly^tibetia-^  -which  willjbe held- throughout   the  /s^nter^f-W^iteV^e^  ^^bt������:beys:a^h^restihR;ry^  V^igh.ti?ahFieS^tgw  .';each 'gatheringV of^Vthe club 'worth  ^While.'ariu'ii* Is^tiqped the church will  Ifeb^^l^ ve^hv^meetin^  VVsy^hg^andhld���������Of^lfcdehbmihatioris-' Pr  tndei  T; CailfWigen;ywhoyhas;beenyWorkihg  at Hanburyi B.C..for the' past three  months, returned- home -on "Saturday;  iftii^nVim'imi'^  chener for several weeks back, retiii'n-  i^^itb^e^^s^-^fev^;^  ; ��������� y^numher bfVtjhe^^ took:  ih Vji'thifjr'^hasket Social Vat ��������� -Crestoh^Oiti  FHda������^g^lasfc- andVyr^pbrt a /yeiy-  huEtiiiJi  V-VMrsi.'y  a.tt: ���������;- VrahcherVVhasP just:  turned down ShVoffsr of^$250 a ton for  seveh tohsi of Vbeans;Vhe"g^w in Vber:  tween the trees in his Orchard.    PPa'-P  Lym'ahsTaylpr of Wycliffe :Wpriv*fiist  prize in the ;potatb growing: cbmpeti-  ^ibn ; iat Cranbrook - this V year. VV H"e;  6coiv^6[.93 points on: Burbanks^ y -V pPP)  ���������A KjsudoV schbol V; cadet '���������'.cbrpssVVstarids  eighth^fbrgeneral "efficiency in V a-list  bf 20 in-this proviheej and only seyeh  points^behind tb-e'leading trbo-j^  . ;Vy  VV The Okanagan������������������������������������' valley ctops for 1017  ai������iyalued ait Vbstter than $2,500,000,  i.beihg alinbst 80 per cent, of the 'Whole  B>^(X yijsld in f rnifcjahd yegetables. V^^V  .   RbsslandVw  piatiielistfor'.the electionToil^the:l7th.V  e both^ Th the hbmber f .R������ F^0*reeh,-the ;Unionist candidate,  c^Mbsewbeii?^C the U  from present appearances.     PA-  :V Fop: the three inOri ths ending October theTda;ho^Continental mine, at  P^rthiU>Jy;ptoduced 5 80L: carloads V������f  ephc^ht-rates? aye^j^higy^tohs'to the  car. vFoir;ten mbnthsrtl75V carloads  :ha.yebeen''Shspped^Vy'^:V-VyvVyV:V  Tp Thib heaviestV ipdiyiduai subscriber  in jbhe silver-lead���������beltV to the Vietoi-y  Loan is Clarerice Cunningham, who  took SlOjOOX) wbrth of bonds, ehter-  ihg.hissubscriptibn through the bank  bf Mon ti-ea! at - New- Denver,  ::������������������;'-.Of. the ifiye leading camps Of the  district. New Denver will apparently  head the list in* point Of.��������� bondV sales,  as it -"'is apparent tha t. New Den ver  will show $40,000 worth of bonds sold-  either .by/Vthe; committee: of thrbbieh  the bank.   :a.a-aa'"a-aa a  'T^P'PaP^P  --,.-; : ������������������"���������r-A.m-m' ^.���������'^/'.->-<^',>."''r-. ': :������������������-���������':..;   , l':*''.'^'-v'.'.^'-v* ?^v/cri"?^'-^i  ,,^^s,^iiiis.  '"'P&rj:il'>~~~  Diviw6N^L^C.^:1!^Brbuss6h^:SB;^  ���������-��������� yprmcjt>2il-;v ���������'-"���������'V '���������'':;"> ^.AA :-"rr'A::-A'A^rArfAr-xAAA^^l!^^^t  ^���������.T*btal-attohi^-*re,-!^ ^AppTPPrA^pAPTPSl^^M  VylAyemge:a;tfcehdia'hce..-18.77iV.Vi:ViV:,v^^  'V- Percenta^^tehdahee,';79;:fcy; V:'V-;VV:f^sgl^fej  .���������.;��������� -sPerfect;V's^ttoridahcer--RbseV^Ghe*^  :in'gtohV;'VRu*fch'.^0bmp'ton^^^  den .��������� Hazel '���������. Hbbdbnf P Mnf !el V-HbhdeBi;3SfW^i  ^da^^^nspnV 'JB^^^^Khbife^^-^^*^^^  erihe ;Mobr  barker;  Sadie  .V ���������-������������������ rrr-. -^'-I- ^"<���������?jl  prAAAri^MlM  ie^^SctgVhas Vbjeen:; kn V<aiye  '-^''--"%     Vstorty tlio; ybiggest  co'ihmu tiity "hardly  tlWed;fp^^0O^?:V:-*;:^ Pa  PAffflimp cat^issJfbr th^lbsm wasilafge-:  ly-dpne^byV'n^^ . Cresttin  Board' of^Pradf,-:^hb^#iye siheir ser-  yicesfree bf^c^y^aihd^h^bnseqhenbe  ia ^bliitelyv-bb^bx^-^  ;ctfcr^i'iti^;^th^iB^^ii^  though a commission of $5 per thous-  and'ebhldSriifjfhtif -^Iyh^elaimbdiV Jh-VV  i-rr^A-r^AA  :&$  Haeis  Swfaiiuwi  of the award-*  *y^edal'V tbiSergt.  camePUP: handy a.-. few  :RqsehdaleV'i^-^''VMM;V  ;estoB':'b^ner8-:thisv-weeki  -Davis  Official couhrniiitibh  ingVofjthe  C^pb^yiDbW,  ' A -'������i^'r. ��������������������������� A-ittZ.-^- '..���������-''- rti������2'jz ZAx JA^mi*.r^v. ��������� :��������� ������* '������.>. ^.������������s������ *.s -'^.������  ���������M.^-J-;*?..1 y������SMJs: ���������rr'^.^t^f'AA^rxt'f.K^yr^mg. -��������� ������jcw"iniy:uM  ���������;.������5iaw������r������?d;hiui:.*j|^.:-se'^ieTO.:^er^  ;fn';]^';h^,yv^gl^ng'^eTatterpartqf  -IJLngnst^whe'ntl^Sm  cbhtin ubusl-^������rf^ge^- stri ngiti^ telie-  ;pho.ne:Wire8; tb:!ehib*leT;cO������hmiinicatiOii;  to beke^t upVwith the front line, and  wereVutidefcsheH ?thei;  J9th to the 23rd. ; Sergt. Dow is a sap- \   "i-*���������*������-���������'"-":"    ���������-������������������������������������    -  Wood, Ernest: Enherson^iV  >HighestV Standing V'hiV Class:'.;: Ad--j  vanced^-LydaJohhsphi ErWa;^a^eh;i  Prelimibary-^Kathewiw.VV.^   Lyh'e.'.''V-:V.':VEhiimhb6~RhOT?l^^  Rose .^Chenrihgtohviy Vei#V|f������ilfgf  Frances  Cbmpton,  Parker.  pmmgm0  P$im  ���������-AiAP^riM  : ���������: ���������> ������������������_������������������.��������� o\-^V<t J:IW  ���������������������������AAdr"2^%#M  ^A0^m  -MafmeTi^TPtnwBp^������^������m  ���������.',f&jiimrxxv%- .^,   '.'^.V.-lw'  WW1  *.:.%'  ���������.-.-  AA**  /Ar*'.'Sv  :-!.  -;'"*-1r','1'-  r'vsr;  A-  ���������---.- "vX",���������  i$$P  .yy.  A;.  APiP  'Mi'":  :-..  ���������,^-'.^--y  S.\-.v'  ..'V-s.  .*.'-���������  ���������.'S-.y''-^''  ->'^V:  'Pr  Pr  PP'P  Wa  'A:  ~t-":(.'���������  p;Vf:-/>  ���������'/'.  visitor with numerous, Alice   Sidihj������  ;_friends this week, stopping with Mrs.  ;V^fVOwihg:"^^the^^hg^  fitting in i^el^  ^:-ibh.e Vbee ��������� -scheduled y^fpf ������-Pto;s-VJack;  ASitnith's^fkhich Von ;LTuesdayV;hS*&been  ���������Vpositpbhed till -a later date^-: V; ���������  V;;. sv ���������;. -;  -'-..._,-.:r-sF^r. ������������������-...,..   ';������������������';������������������. ...y ���������';... .    ;-.-;��������� .s-^s ���������;,:���������.,- '..^y;; ' r<::  ;V/:^  ; 'to.'lead;.othfr. points 'in the Valley  ���������when it com  at this War election.;,.V,v-Witn-'bUt four  ;:,; oxeeptiohs^ * every;VhbhiftVihere has at  V-Jfeast;--brie';.>^iiuihV-:voter: oh v the list,  ��������� and sonie a couple of ;tnenair^ >P.i PP P.'. "���������  staff at the  helping but  .'Nelson Winlaw, 'who has been-here  tot: aVfew da^^^tui-h/Bd |bh  {W^hesday"f^or-  ape^Ttiix^  iwihier.  ^^*tifih^'   Kitchehe^ b������i  ?*5ts^ij;  ?viisitof r -Ui  m  AA^������  'F*;'?:W^^tsh-;-^si:' bh the  rCrestonl postbf-fice how.'  with the Christmas rtish,:  y Stockmen haye had���������..���������''.������." busy time of  it this week getting the cattle up off  the ���������flats.   The snow is afc least three  a-Nyee^s liter Ih cbuiiog��������� this year than  ','H;last.7,V:":yy^s-'V'   :'.'Ap"'T :AP .^"PP Ay, AT'  .'-'���������At ''i.-' .;/'i-,  ���������������������������<f'li' "I ���������  L-^.V'-'s  p  Jtfill>  l.',r'-'-  Geo; Hood left cm Tuesday Oh a  business trip tr Spbkanb. ���������        "     : >  Several from hero were VWynndel  visitors;on: Monday ;morning, Ior tht?  .iohnson-rirooks wedding. : The bride  was very' popular with all who kri ew  her here, and best wishes are extended for a'long and hiippy union.  Alice Siding Knitting Club meet's  next Wednesday afternoon at the  home of Mrs. Pease.  Leslie McMurtrie, who has been  in training with the flying corps at  Victoria and Toronto, since early In  July, arriyed homo on a shiu-fc leave  bn Tuesday, which lie is spending  with his parents, Mr. and Mw. W. A.  MoMurtrio. Ho Is with the mechanical  department of aviation work and his  advancement to the runic of second  air mechanic would Indicate that ho  is making good in this lino of service  :: Mr;; atid-Mrs.���������' Bartholomew and son  of ?;Nel*������ttV were. Visitors he^b/;,.iaV\few;:  days thip week..-;'^Vv^VV^���������^���������VVyVV������������������������������������:.  ������������������:��������� Mrs^ishiey -CooperrVieift bn Saturdayfor-vNelsoniV whereV. she -is -to  ii hdergo ah: operatibtt' at the Kocte-  ;riay.Lake hospital.";': ���������    .sVV.'       ...���������'-���������-.">v--''-  A qiiiet wedding was solemnized iit:  Cranbrook on Saturday,: when ' John'  Huscroft a.nd Miss Amyridaughter of  Ahgust Johnson of Wyhndel, wei-e  united in marriage, Miss Olga Wigen  and ^Walter V Johh'sori accompanied  them, retiirhing oh Sunday. The  hff^py coujile went on to Calgary,  whereV they will spend ,11 couple of  weeks, and on their return, will make  their home afc Canyon City; tf.'PP  Withlthe showVhere'oiuito a number  pfthejhunt'ers. have, been' out", trying  their lucki but as yet nbi^e. yhave suc-  coededih brlh-jfihg in any game.    r'[  Eeri withssthe������RoKat VvJfiugiheers,   as; hi^#i^hBet^!ic^?^r  for.almbstV.tWd> yeara;V and luckily so  far^withii^siel^qe^ish^  AAPr- A.pAmP^A&p:^m''PP<*JA:;; A 'AA: * Vr- A::  >V>-7-v������^-'^.-'^^^,-"'^'-''-r'-.'j���������������������������>' '    '"'" '  5tK and Mrs.:;LoistiS{>y were th^Sir-V  jwjc, t ,wjr represehtatiye8 at .the big tThibm  a^^isiypaliy aVCrestouv >m   Friday hi  "' '*"'" ''"'''c^:Saturd^.VV";:';'/:*,V';:*-  r^.-:.. .;;-i'.~~.,:-yjy  Cuniyan-^imiY  Mrs. Faulkner, ar., Is now n resident  of Oreston! where, sho is occupying a  cottage with hor daughtei-, Misb  Nina, who is  teaching In that town.  mont * for  Conslderablo   now  the mill  uii-Jved hi  now edgor bulng In  equip  thfa week and is  ti. ..J..JMJJJJ������. Jl^.l,  the lot.  A very prettjy wedding was that at  tht* hcime of Mr. and Mrs. ,'JohU Johrjr  son* op Monday: ihorning, when their  daughter, Annle^ wasvunited in maiv  riage wlth'Mr; Frank Brooks of Cal-  Sary, \Alta., Rey, G. S. Wood' bf  ircston officiating, the function .being  graced with the company of the ihi-  uiedlatb relatives and frlbhds of the  contracting parties^-The brkU'snirld  was ��������� MIhh  Anna  Hagen,   while the  {(room was supported ��������� by W. Bartho-  omow  of No)soii.-   The   brldo,   who  was given away by her father, wore  an oxouisite  qostume of ivory satin  and shadow    hioo,   with  the  evtr-  pbpular veil and orange blossoms and  carried; a  boquet,of white chrysan-  theuliinla and earnations.   Aftor tho,  round of hearty congiatulatlons tho  company sat down to a sumptuous  wedding breakfast, and later on all  adjourned to the depot  to soe  tho  ha^py couplo off, tbo bride U-avolItttg  in brown sorgo with hat .to match,  Tho many ������p'f������ndid preBonto rocolved  bespoke the high regard In which tho  bride Is hold by. a host of friends hove.  and it goes  without nay Ing that Mrs.  Brooks carry with them  to tholr mew  home ������it Calgary the best wi shos of all  for a happy, healthy and   prosperous  wedded life.  ^^heVp^jifiie^at.Trait-has added 160  Ibck'boxes. V   ; ���������-.-��������� -IA-a'-A.    "a   :���������"-���������' -p-: -  'I  Thisyear 2800 tons of hay have been  shipped from Enderly; * ���������  -.Wardner  citizens   have   taken   up  closeto. $8,000 of Victory -Loan bonds;  Linduley Bros have about 40 men  taking out poles for them at Nakusp.  ��������� ���������: > Recently a boy died in  Reyelstoke  from eating sweet pea seeds and pods.  Nelson has close to $40,000 of light  and water rates in arrears at present.  Kaslo fire brigade had ��������� but one fire  to look after for the year closed Nov.  1st..      ��������� .; . . '_.   v...V.'V'^4;';..V ���������A;.P'p������.PPP}^:.:r.  Graubrook and . district expects tb  take up at least $150,000of the Victory  Loan.   -...'.��������� A...--P..   .',; : .:V;';.:'-^V:.vV ���������'  The':mines at J&mberley iire shut  .db\vh:iin,4. 300 me^V,aie biit of wbi-k  tbererVv:'-:-'..-������������������    V-'^Vy;;;���������.���������  Division ILttA^ V Smithy P. Vice-Prih  V;':cipahV;;,V:t::'''-':':'rV-v' ''PP:T..PPT''aPPTT^  Total attendance, 30.<: V  V-  A.yeragb attendance, 26.72,  ;T.Percentage, S9.V V V - V   ���������;������������������ Vv*  .'.'���������".Perfect Attondanrs4rLbait?������  Robert tJrawfbrd.^i^  ford, Ha-'-ry Compton, :3-bhfi ^*Gfibsbhi ,��������� ...,���������.  'Af?hitM','--.,Hbh^oh^v:E.va'fr''Hblm  Lidgatoi*Ehhiee'Mobi^;RbbbrtM^  :Monica;Moore;^���������WilliaJrh'V:'Soiithi'v���������JeahW^���������l^  Westwood. a. EVa:; ��������� WebstervV-Gladys;$P$$&  Webster.- -. P.aPa ,APTP''TPPA', V-^y^������V;i|^|jf  '���������' Highest ;-'Standragi:.VJuriior"^^rth#^i^  ss^Eunice:J;-Mobre;;,:.ys-Sehfor---*VThira^''^  Harry v ������������������Com^������h;:-':;$uhibrV;:^  Monica .Mo(>re"IyyV' ��������� p-$P \'' PPTPaaTPAAPPTpTrTT^PP^^  .���������':V':-Highest':.Stand^hg':'v.;Seeb'^^^^  "r^-Ann'ie-r Siihit h'; Vand>V Ai-thur<-VStaiik*;iS|^  esqi*ial;:y;Senior:-^..tst^:yPrimer^Ja^^  .Cherrington, ;V: :.Benj^mih;;y:-.Craw*^i'ii:-u|s*&  :Juuibry,slSt-s^sPrimer���������Harvey^W^bei^������|  :Cathe������ihe.Einbreevy:p'Pr  "'APaT.AAAPAPSA^0i  DiyiSiPK III^Miss N:.;vLilf'; Faiiikherfeisi?^^ai*B  ���������:V:^^^^e^V;V:::.*;y:;;V^':V-VV;:^^  A Attendanfce.:34^':s-y'y-:.V:yV::sr:vv:s::y--? APPATT$^^mr~  p: Average attenda hee.:..33.2C- * :���������' "T-pP^A^mm  VPereentage> 97.80.f       - VCV V -T TrPTpTAg^^m  ^Standing in ;-.Glassiyi:-Senior SecohdpSll^i.  ���������Keadei^Elsbn LidgatbiEvelynBevahii^^H  Junior Second Reader-���������Edith Craw^ij^l^l  :|b*wl,';-!Gleorge;r$t[VJ:ea.n^  ; Olli^Christiei,; JMui-gne^  smelteit*  "^irdarV haa  s-uSihcje.':the ^ie-iip at  sfrfeigmp;traffic ^'y thi-oui^h  Blackebed. np perfeej-itimyj  r';-v ~^:s^V-"^.V-.*.-"--:;::���������*'������������������-��������� ^ ;..%K,';^*a''^ '.'\a-p'.    '- .-.PJ.^ry  '   The hew- Voters Tisp was' pdg������������jd tip  oh Monday and shoWs  about 35-free  and;ind-ktendehtVelectoi^  cast, ;theiry?VballotsVht*eii^Mfes^ame-i;  A8p^VEIeyiVyLbas]i**y^^^Va  making::h|> theVladiesf>deleigatibn;^VAi  pretty ������tife;: bet-is that the UriiOhistfl;  will a^/ least break even at Sirdar.;   - -  S.BysouthV ahd Pilncipal Warner  were Creston: callers between trains  on ;,Sundayr They report that onr  former agent, A. R. Swaqson, is,holding down Creston station to the' satisfaction of all, and is now.nicely settled in his hew home.  Rbbt. Jarrett whs a passenger east  on Tuesday, On ', a short business; trip  to Calgary.:,  Sirdar is anxiously awaiting.!a visis  from the barhstormiug party of  Unionists that were supposed to make  the rounds of this end of West Kootenay wising up all and sundry on the  issues of the day.  , S. Bysouth has just been notified of  his appointment as takei- of votes at  the coming election. He officiated at  the provincial election last year and  gave splendid satisfaction. ,  'Central  school,  former .teachers  khaki.*-..,..'....-''  Cranbrook, has 54  :^nd: "scholars   In  ;���������: A. BiU'iiheim.the'seebrid-hand store  man ut Trail, is opening a branch tn  Ross)and.    .       . ������������������  '���������*.m.%'**Amxxxm.i    ���������'���������+*.x.fmtx V s.-^r*������w������.v,T mtm^mm,--;i:YJ^*xX^:l^Jf:-.-^.^������t^sp.  :SnJi^V;:Gbi^n:;#iei*^^l>bh^ld:;spi<^^^  l":6e0i^e^VSt;;';Jea'nv^GiliMbiirjB7^  HehicyvvWebstoi% VAhiey VV^tlihsleyi  LilyVWilsbhi VDudle-y Wilscm, Donald  VB; ^'i'Ha^m^l^fl   :..U.'..yy.';S;'':������r;5S*SI  ~vti: rAAA?^'r$*&fl  ���������O.-.. ::A'A:',-;iA,n:Mfu  ���������"AAArPimM  Division    IV.-  Teacher.  ."-;  Number of pupils attending ti������.  Average nttnedance, 31,20.  V- Percentage, 94.54. r'A'A-.AArA:P^P!$$$\  Perfect Attendance���������John Belanger, ^T$m  George Carter, Hazel Ohristiey Edith pPPmM,  -Couling, v. Charles';- Cottei-ill,:'V:'Llb^3i||i  Couling, -Benjamin ������������������Orawfo^'Gath^S^pl  rine'V.Erabree,r' Marion /'L������ariihbhthV:'##^|  WilHrt.m." 'Maniiel.yyysCharles, ',Mb0re^|������ipa  Madeleine Moore, Helen Moore, Ray V .,.���������,,.,, _  Oatway, Honoria Payne, Louise Rossi'V ^���������yCsfJll  Robert Scotty Reginald Smith,;Haiv^5i^8l  old Speers, Harvey Weber, EileenV VV'|#||  Weber,- Arthur Stnrk. , 'VvV^VyMl  -������'SJ  Red Grose Repori  r, y.'s-w. ���������������������  APTpm  ���������:A.:A^:,^  ::������������������-. ���������-,-,:':,w-'������)  Kitchener  bus .a ladies'  Unionist  Mis. A. M, Laurie   is  :,. Cranhiuok  Aaeoclntioii.  ���������presldwht. "'.- ' ���������* ���������.-���������.,;   ���������  A iarg*1 number of horses are heing  wintered along the Lardo rlyor valley  this season.:        V :       '  householders pay 25  for kokanees, or red  Mr, and Mrs. Blair, who have been  living af. the Reclamation Farm for  some mon thu jpaijt. havo returned to  their ranch here this week.  MIhh Waddy avrlvtul from Brandon,  Man., on Saturday, and Ih a vfaltor  with her sinter, Mrs. O. HuHoroft.  'ine nign oowi. in nvmg at uanyon  City has iKjen slightly reduced this  vviMik MaiU ClMytori  and  Slnee Sept. 1014, Ni'Ihou and distiict  has given $44,016 to the Canadian  Patriotic Fund.  At Grand ForkoO!) men were caught  by the -selective,druft, but with 17 ex������  cojitlouH all ululnii'd oxi-tnption,  Thlrty-nlno carloadn of fruit havo  boon shipped from  Grand Forko thia  year Ut tiate.   'j'ihn equals about ntty  ������Am In former yearn,  the earn being  PtiU- Green, i heavily loadtul.  Grand Forks  cents a pound  fish at present.   '  This (s thu poorest season for deer  hunting the Kootenay country has  .aeon for yearfl, '       v  Broad has gone to 18 loaves for $1  at Ferule, Forihbrly J4 of them could  be had for that price, ,  At the end of last wook about a  doy.on cars uf apples remained to be  shipped Jrbm Penticton.  Kaslo council haa  Panworth    us  city ^  couvvlin; oiv., nl vl^O1 "* niorUi.  , In ono way Nelson and Kamlopps  aro about tho samo size. The former  has 700 telephones, and tbe latter 057.  The English Church I'ulUw at Cranbrook cleauod up over $-200 at thoir  annual bazaar and dauct" one day lust  week.   ���������  Tho uhuttlng down of Trail Hitmltor  iu liaise to give the Itaulo country a  rather dull whiter, according to the  kimtmmhiu.  film  ongaged W. V.  clerk,   nssesHior,  Mr. Paulson of Spokane was here  last week for: a . second look over his  10,000 acres of timber holdings, and  hiaking arrangements for commencing operations.  Mr. Butts of Gateway ;nrriyed here  laefc Friday. He will be a manager  for Mr. Paulson here and will start  camps as soon as possible. Ho expects to cinplciy 25 or 80 mon fur the  winter. Mr. Butts had his teams  drovo here from Gateway, and thoy  arriyed on Saturday night.  Miss Jane Long of Erickson, who  has been visiting with Mi's, Hunt,  left fpr home on Sunday.  The, Sash ���������& Door Co, have for somo  time had a party of engineers running  a lino for n, water flume .to be erected  between their mill and Oadorna  station, for conveying lumber from  ihe mill to tho shipping point.  Mr. and Mra. Hunt were Kitchener's  representatives at fche big Unionist  rally at Creston 011 Friday night.  Messrs. T. Clausen and M. Nelson  made a bu-jine;ia trip to Craubi-ook on  Monday. ., ��������� >  E, W. KltngonHmlth of Erlcknoti  wjui here liutf. week lookluu over  several mineral elulmit in this district.  A whllo ago the hunters kicked like  mtmm over the scarcity of snow.  Now, when thev have lots ot tlu<  oeuutirul they growl like baaiaj claim  It la too eiolay. Mighty difficult to  j mU������ty w-r������m������* *Mw������ph������.  P<"^\  'i'J-'Wii  The report for October' of Mrs. F;  H. JaukRon, the. Bed Cross work  secretary, shows that month to have  been a frirly busy one for the home  workers, with the preference for  pyjaina-making. there being 17 suits  of these turned in us compared with  14 pairs of hand knlfc socks. Dona- ���������V^MI  thins of store socks aro acknbwledgeci':^':;:;^-!  from Mrs. M. Young, l'P'ulrrund.M^w*...'''':sV;'::T^.-l|  McMurtrie. 8. Ruth and Ivin^mp"-''^-'^'  ton each contributed a pair '-.of '.'socks-.'Vs'V; aM  filled with Christmas good things for TTpTpt  the lucky soldlor to receive, it, whHb'''-;-'v;-;!i,M������.  MrH. R. S. Smith donated several - '���������*  packages cigarettes and Oxo. Thb >*^  full llpt of work tinned in follows:      .'    .,,..  Socks���������Mrs.. Cook,  1  pair; Lillian ;fe/^p  Cherrington 1, Mm. Fraelick   2, Miss V  M. Green 1, Mrs. O. Hall 1, Mrs. Mc-  ;  Murtrio 2, Mm.  Mason 2.  Pyjamas���������Ladles   of   tho  Oanybh-;  City Auxiliary 5 suits. Mm. Fraelick  2, Mrs. Hayes 2, Mrs. Jones (Kuskanook) 0, Mlns Candy 2.  Tho work nhe?t for November will-',"  be  looked  for   wiih   interest.   Now  that 'tho -members are devoting Tuesday afternoons to this effort at the  depot, and somo operating at homo na ,  well,     a   vory    ered I tn bio    showing  Hhould   be   made.    Ip' addition  to V  speeding up  the manufacture of sup-  pi I e������ these Tuesday afternoon BOHslon**1  are also revenue producers, the 10-cent  t<������������������ nv������-*������i*rt^fn������" Mbont. fff!  fv.e?! ".vrrl'T'  Thoso interestt'd aro again reminded  thnt   the  Ttiesday    Hewing   ness ions  commence at 2 prompt, and ton Is  served preolsely at 4. *  I  ,.-. \i,r, 1  ''Kit:  ,1, ������[.*������  .'.J'V J.4..I  At'Pi  :..y;'yi  m  .^1  ;S:I  ��������� A rancher at Kiuxuneon recently re-  oolveil $100 for a hog. It weighed 610  pounds when dkNuwieu.  All     ttll.il      ������������,l,*������������>.������       'numiUn       ������������...������......������������  Grand Forks poMtoftlc������ |������ nelng prJi*  pevly fumlgiiled under InBtruetlona ot  the provincial authoilth-i.  AA\  s  tfm  <m  mmm  m  nun"  MH  sn  mmm  aSSLi  xniii\im,mmmmmmiMmMmmm*mm  mmm iff  53'"--���������*���������������������������������������������-;���������.  :s&  - ::0&r������:  J--.1^',-^'  3 *"-*������������  i|||p^^g^^l|i^|^ip|^^^{^^  *������m*  A BRIGHT TOBAeCO OF THE FINEST QUAUTY  10 CENTS "PE.RPUJQ  THE  AMARANTH  CLUB  ��������� BY ���������  J. S. FLETCHER  WARD, LOCK &CO.. UhilTSD  LMtioa, Ma&our-M, *������d Tartu*  <5L  W  ( Continued.}  CHAPTER XX.  Miss Linkinshaw Comes In  in short, murdered���������murdered just  as surely as if he'd been shot or  stabbed. I believe that his murder  was mixed up with this secret of the  Amaranth.   Do vou understand?"  "Yes," she answered. "I see. "Well  I can trust you, Banister. But- remember���������if Barthelemy ever found  out that I'd given the secret away  he'd-kill' ihe. You don't know: that  man!"  "I hope to know him much better," said King. "But���������he shan't  know from ine, at any rate. Be as-  s.ircd."  "Well, the secret's this," she said.  m i "And perhaps you've guessed it, or  MJ I some of it. for yourself. Tlic Amaranth Club, for certain of its members, at any rate, is all a blind, a  cover. It covers a secret gambling  den in Barthelemy's house."  "Just so.   And access to that?"  Watching* her  closely,  King knew /'?hprc's a secret way in from the  that  Lydia Lmkinshaw had    already club,  known  only .to     the    initiated,  made  up her mind to    speak.      He Lots of. members, of course   havent  made no attempt to hurry her.     In- a suspicion that anything of the sort  stead,  asking her permission  with   a   go,f| ������,n* , ,  ^ &    -     -- -      -        - -   '      'Lets  see���������how    many    members  has ihe Amaranth?"  "Limited to two hundred���������strictly."  "And of these;���������how many are the  initiated, as you call them?"  "Not more than fifty."  "You  know  them  all?"  "No���������nor half of them.      I  know  those two you mentioned just now.  And I know Otto von Roon, and the  Honorable   Mrs.   Tressingham.     And  perhaps half a dozen others by name  and thc rest by nicknames and    by  sight."  "And the play?"  "Trente-et-quarante,   baccarat,  other things at tunes." .       ...       "^      ���������  "High?"  "Awfully���������now and  then."  "You've seen a good deal of it?"  ,   Lvdia made a grimace.  "Too much; You know, I always  had a touch of gambling fever. But,  honor bright, I'm trying to cure ray-  silent gesture, he lighted a cigarette  and waited patiently. And suddenly  she laid a  hand on his arm.  "Listen!" she said earnestly. "It's  a serious matter, this. Now answer  me a question. How did you comc  lo know that I know?"  "I'U reil you," answered King*,  readily enough. "It is. of course, no  ���������(ecret that you're a member oi the  A maranth."  "Oh, I suppose not���������none to fellow-members," anyhow," - she admitted.  "Very well. One of your fellow-  members was a man named Avory���������  Richard Avory. Did you know  him?"  "Avory?     No."  "He's dead. He was found dead in  oed, one morning recently. He spent  his last hours at the Amaranth. He  left there quite well and died in the  course of the night."  "I didn't know him. There are  many members���������at least, a good  many���������whom 1 don't know."  "All thc same, Avory knew you.  It was he who told me you were a  member of the Amaranth. Now  you'll admit, Lydia, that there is a  secret connected with the Amaranth,  with Barthelemy's house next door  and with that medicated bath establishment?"  "Since you already know so much  -yes."  "Avory was interested���������deeply interested���������in finding out what that  secret was. Hc made me his confidante up to a certain point. I'd better tell you what he knew. Andr first,  you must understand that Avory was  hy nature-a most inquisitive chap,  who was always curious about something or other. If his inquisitiveness  happened to be aroused, he was never at rest until it was satisfied. Now,  lie hadn't been a member of the  Amaranth so very lopig before he noticed something which aroused Jus  curiosity in a very marked fashion.  I wonder if you can think what it  was?"  Lydia shook her head.  "All the same, I reckon you could  if vou thought long enough," continued King. "Well, it was this���������  Avory noticed that when the club  closed its doors at two o'clock, according to rule, certain ^members  who were most assuredly in it, did  not leave it���������ch?"  Lydia started, nodded, and then  shook her head.  "I knew somebody would twig  that sooner or later!" shc observed.  "So  he  saw  it���������did  hc?"  "He saw it. He made particular  observation on one special night���������  tho night hc told of this. On that  niecl't hc noticed that three of you  whom he knew quite well, by sight  r.t any rate, were in the club and did  r.ot leave. There was Jack Hazel-  .li-nii, for one; there was Captain  Dilkes, for another; you were thc  third. Do you remember?"  Lydia nodded with decision.  "T remember���������quite well. That's  *o."  "Vory well, then," said King. "I  don't know how nut oh further Avory's investigations went. I left for  Italy just then and when 1 came  hack the other day Avory was dead.  Vow-, l.vdia, I waifl to know the sec-  i'I oi" thai place for my own piw-  l osi s. I'll pay you handsomely to  1<.11 111r- what it is. And���������you know  nu-���������whativer you tel! me. wiii be in  the   strictest  confidence."  Slie looked at hiin for some little  tinu- as if she was trying to gues-,  what was in his mind. And King  Midd--n1y  spoke  again.  "I'll irll voti wliv 1 want tin* sec-  i.i rc-V'-abutt," in*, said, "j hin ib Ihe  reason. I believe Avory mot his  death through foul play���������that, he was  WIHNE Granulated Eyelids,  """ Sore Kyt*. ICye* inllumail by  ,Sun, OustttntX WintlquUkly  'tt\\Hf*i\ liy Murlnr. Try It lit  > your Cy-**und In H������by'������ Uvss.  >Mo Sbi������ rtlatf, Jail Ey t Cenfert  V.m* ���������**������������, in TjjU* ZU,   V.if ifaoti ttt **,. t'tim ~ ***.,  A.*k JMuritttt U-r������ ti*m*&w ������������������������������������������ i,������iic������*w.*  self. When you saw me this morning, I hadn't been there for���������I believe-a.:week; V  King smiled.  VWell, nowt" he said. "Let's go  on. You've told me how to get in.  What I more particularly want to  know is���������how do you feet out?"  "That depends. You can play from  eleven onwards. Those who stop before two leave by the club in thc ordinary way. Those who go ac, say,  between three and four, leave by  Barthelemy's private bath. And those  *who make" au all-night sitting of it,  leave as���������as you saw me leave this  morning."  "Ah!"    exclaimed    King.      "Then |  the medicated bath place is a blind���������  a cover, also?"  "No. Not altogether. It has a  genuine business. But it belongs to  Barthelemy, and it's run under his  direction. And���������why didn't I sec you  there, this morning?"  "Your own fault if you didn't. You  passed me closely. But you were so  heavily veiled and in so much rhaste'  to be gone,, you sec, that you didn't  even give me a look."  "And���������what were you doing  tliere?"  "Trying to get in���������on pretext of  wanting a course of baths."  Lydia shook her head.  "You won't get in���������in that way. I  know the place is worked. There's  a man in Barthelemy's employ���������a  doctor, Marinetti, round the corner.  He  sees  all  would-be  patients.    He  "Never mind," lie said; Vf 11 find  things out, somehow. Now, listen!  Suppose I join the Amaranth? Can't  you propose me? And that phec  done���������can't I penetrate to this secret affair���������on your recommendation?^ ���������. .; P. .,{' ���������;���������������������������  Lydia looked at him gravely.  "Tfr'a    nt-i    nwftil        t-jclr **    .  cIja eft.'A  m. "      ....     ........ ...������������������, .j.xx. auJJJi  "Barthelemy is a dreadful man to  cross. If I introduced you, and he  found out what you Were after, and  that  I  had split���������my God!"  "The risk's worth running," said  King, with emphasis. "I'm going to  run it."  "Why?"  "Because    I    believe    Barthelemy  find out."  (To Be Continued.)  A   JJJ      HV.������J1K    .   XtJ  Lessons in Community   v   ~  And National Life  "I've seen him," interrupted Kine.  "He's ordered a course for me. I'm  to take my baths at���������four o'clock in  the afternoon."  "Just so. They won't have strangers there in the morning. And you'H  be watched from the moment ydu go  in to the moment you leave. The  baths are genuine enough," of course.  But they woh?t have people about before breakfast."  King considered this new phase.  Prairie Live Stock* Increasing  The live stock outlook in Western  Canada is very bright.    Our farmers  arc making every effort to get more  extensively into live  stock..  The principal handicaps are lack of  buildings, fences^nd capital. But  wonderful progress is being made  and these handicaps are being overcome. Our department of agriculture has already ; distributed eight  cars of cows and heifers this year.  These animals are sold to farmers  on time. The high price of feed is  having some effect, but there is a  steady increase,. and the desire V to  increase the numbers is universal.���������  Hon. W. C. Sutherland.  ������n m  ���������  ������������������     n    **m**m^mm* ���������   1 ���������  Save Slices of Bread  The department of agriculture estimates that if each of our 20,000,000  families throws away an ordinary  slice of bread daily, the country's  waste for twenty-four hours is 875,-  000 pounds of-flour, or over a million one-pound lo~aves. At this rate  we would destroy yearly 11500,000  barrels of* flour or enough - for 365,-^  000,000 loaves of bread.���������San Francisco Argonaut.  American   School   Children   to   Re*  ceive Instruction in Democracy  American school children will soon  have.-put before them material for  "education in democracy," at the re--  quest of President Wilson, through  the co-operation of the food ^administrator aud United States commissioner Of Education, P. P. Claxton.  A scries of bulletins entitled "Lessons in Community and National  t :r���������������   ...:ii   *,���������   i ���������j   j.,   -,���������_:i���������   _������    .n  f^fXXt*        .   tVJIJ      XtX.      ������OOMJ-VA       LKJ      J.-*"!-**-1-3      ***      **J*  schools, calling attention to the -  necessity for conservation of food  and other national resources. Tbey  Will serve the further purpose .of  training pupils in recognition of their  rights and obligations in th-c democ-^  racy in which they live.  The food administrator has addressed a letter to school authorities,  outlining thc  plan  as  follows:  "To the superintendents and principals of thc schools of thc United  States: ^ ������  "In keeping with the plan outlined  by the president, the United States  food administration will���������" co-operate  with, thc department of the interior  in issuing through the bureau of education a series of bulletins which-  will contain "Lessons in Community  and National Life." These lesaons  will serve thc very, urgent immediate  purpose of calling attention to the  necessity of conserving food and ati  other resources of the nation. They  will serve at the sam<**timc thc broader purpose of training pupils in the  schools to recognize their rights and*  obligations** in the co-operative society in which they live.  "I urge all school officers to "promote, with-'vigor this plan for the  inore< definite and compreheasive  teaching of democracy."  ouSoES!  w.  N.      U.      U02  Our papers, are cleansed, treated and purified with Refined Parafine Waxes and Disinfectants.  " They add to the Freshness, Cleanliness and Purity of your^goods.  They preserve the Color and Quality of Fresh and Cooked Meats and are Germ-proof, Moisture-proof  and Grease-proof.     They will not stick to the Meat.  Apjilck-ul'-j Cuwou Coated Counter  Duukij  with uew improved Formulas  and  Appliances and  better  than  ever before,  write ua (or a sample book.  OiuiUxmiy i-i.au.      X-kiW luauc  If you are not a customer*  Appleford Counter Check Book Co., Limited  ���������i-t ?M:l@i'yVs''''
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Chance It
| E^mi^th^ the O^ortuhityof Mafc-
iiig ExcessiyesVProfits
Vf; J ..J-What 'causes   popular//resentment\
^ fi! islhot- a:;highVprice,VhutVVthe    belief ������*
���������*���   .-a^mm^:���'M-i.t^i it has to; be/paid merely to sat-j y ���
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IShr-^^^^ir '' Thre^harieFg: ^IH^f ;?''^lia^^|iV|
���:TP //HEAD OFFIG^i TOgQli^iy * ""    	
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NPWMtMM|Q[SMMiMMW��HMHA.HMMWMMM.^,^IM^aMH. S   S ������.���W-IOIS-<;v :.-J? .WSJr&.
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iSfy the greed of some'individual and
����p/put moneyVintOV:his pocket.���������' The; ,a
-great merit of the -.costing    sysieni]"'��
adopted by/the ministry of food    is ���
that it! eliminates; Vthe opportunity of���
^^^f ^?s^  pi^ts  out  of ther^
public need by reducing, the .stages; &V "    ��� =        ��� *��� .. ..j.
thrpugh,:���which^a commodity;' passesV)5
to thoi3ey;indispensably nece^saryv andTi S��
by. limiting the-cost at each to a.:fai~if��/%
return for work done.    We hope the'j
publio will/understand thc point and;!
appreciate the method adopted ������ to?'i
_eliminatfe- ''profiteering." There is,!
"indeed,, a danger that this may be too*
Cuecuauy --Aione^-a-iiu" tuat txie mark-
may be overshpt^.^ It; is a danger!
'which ^always "attends    fixed    pri ces, \
arid it,must not be;ignored.   If prices'
are so fixed that they "do hot give a<
fair ^return, the    inevitable    result is:
that iqommbdities  are not forthcom-'
in^i-Lphdbii" Times. '-���'.<���
.... .T��mm
)roa cannot take chances oa
,.iSoapi:^ /Four "i^t^-iW-ms. ;6P
Canadians have enjoyed the
creamy, fragrant skin healing
tho Standard ia Canada for
nutsery use, oa account of its
known purity.
* s Own is Best tot
'���--Best for You;* /.,:>--���
-   ���   .Gt.:;S\
���;'-t::ffiarms; VJibwever generated, arei
*o5ind in-- the ,'dtgesiiys tracts, whereij
|hey*set:;:iip?V^isturbances detrimental!; S
to 'the-health"4of the child. There can';|-g
'be no pomfort,.for- the little ones un^|S
til--the'hurtful intruders-- have '-.beem/B'
expelled. .,-No" better preparation for;
sthi^-purp^selcan be had than Miller's?
-Worm Powders. They will immedi-i
ately destroy the worms and correct;
the conditions1 that were favorable to',
their;existence.^;:,    :. ��� "      'A
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I   Wheat prices ar^ fixed jjutservfce its: n��fc ^*Th�� best isV assuired Vyo^^S
���vy-hen you consign ,yo^;S;;   f :7:-(;'--.V'^v:.v^.f3ft
r ,.:.s'.^---'-::y:.s'SS&ts^?'i
t-    -       ���������-.-��� ftivV^ttffiyKSl
l::'. '-.::���'-'���������:'A^ATrrxMsiiM
B5   ' rt.
s of satisfied customers. Careful checking' of g^adesr tifc
era! advances.    Prompt adjustments, V  ��� -a -^, Ti���**.-:-:-,���j'^,
Oh the British Front
^^f^m^'Mf^^^'; '��������� ���-% ^SiSfe.: ���
: ���_: ! 'i Aw*M ������^	
wv'fe ^^V^��-  .'���: - .^���..���.������>.itj-^#
Todcb and luvigor&j-es ths ��rhc:o
. -MTVoutyn'Steis^iBkkea now Blood;
_   ..... lh  old YelnsS- Curta Itfrvoue
rpebUitv. Mental and Brain Worm, Despon.
A jgenej;,Aii'p,ss":':9f ^argytAJPalpUittiorv e/^he:
ASeart^FaUinr Memory.  Prios'Sl per bos, ��1��
V fcr$8k--JOn9-ioiiJ.pla*w��i��x will anv*.   Soldby alj
'Srusicut* o?-3j*Ued lu plala pkg. on receipt of
������.'���'Llj^l"  ���  -**J   "-.L. j^.xtmMtm*.mm.%.'W'm*m\'mUmZmmifV-*J3 J?m--����� ���   *S**��-��2S9  tofAJkC^.
JSsEOBCiMSfSO��T0iflMT0.CBT. tfstatAtWsimJ
Increiase Our Average Yields
Facts and ^ctorsfMaking' for?Suc-
���'V'!'''-' '���---' cess'or Failure V         :"'P'\
yVThc average' yields of : Gahada'g.
grainVcrops. can.be-V doubled in/.quantity -by Tthe abplication of Vihore care
in seed selectibh, ��� and--just- ;*a "little
more labor and skill in tillage. .And
Wonderful Completeness of the Tel^
ephone System
In the~Bi*itish afmy, the" engineeii
iregimenKlf @ne-. not:. .Hmited ^to vsap-t
pers' wbrlfe-^Fbr instance, the Royal
-EngineersyiVS;��Sighal: Service* -has
���charge!'", of "the" telephone lines : that?
:cpyer northern France. Here is "aii
ineideht':.. illustrating *y;;tKe* V* feondetful
completeness-; of the,,systemjU.:-��� /, *
: V;A> company- commander was Vlyin^
'out iri;"No" Man's" Land on'aVscbiiting
ttvrtftAitirin'A   :   TTo ; hpA    Vtic i.sfipW:.   ��ct\(>j
phone -w.hhhim,^ and when he picked
it "up to * talk -to- -his' headquarters
something went Wrbng,-yso> that: v his',
.line .was ;connected -.with, the.' -chief
3^SWH^^eMCH��EMCOV. W<>lV*R3o2. W.8
Used iri Erenc-t
Hospitals with   Product.    The 50 per cent, yield will
ireatiuccess, cores chromic weakhess. lost viooa   usually be of inferibr qiiahty�� so that
'"" " m Ann      Dmi>nu . j_*l_   _   -������< ���.,'   ��� ��� ��� -_'�� _ a * ���" '_   At  '  ���'_'*, _T- "*  "  ��� _ ".   i1J   _     .1 1.1 11
what is perhaps of even greater im- J central's ;* office. -    "Immediately 'he
pbrta.nce; thaJh qiiaritity-;; ,^�� qfiality of  heard ''a ;yoiee/--says--'f'Wha't::��Vnuanhei;
fc-J-SiV ?���;>'.'. ;'���"���
yWsD.Co. HavehstockRd. HAMPSTBAD. LOHOON. ENO.
��� '��� * I--' ������ Gf^'MFlViV    LASTING CUOB,
::: asix. Oovr.stAUP Ai?riXBD.ro all genuihb f acuta
MiieA$piil :*0-M*rfv-m&' hthsi
\ vAcUon.    insist on th* v
Otto Higel Piano Action
Dominion  Express   Money  Orders   are: on
Bale in five thousand offices throughout Can-
yada.   A. V.....'..���". :: ;"   ���'���������;'
''"l'.","1" ' '' "    "      " '    "'     '���'"���������   "' '' ' ������������!���
More Than 125,000 Priests Fighting in
v-r^enchesiin France-   .
In'. France more .than 25,000 priests
and, church students, are    hghtinp* in
the loss'' involved in raisings the small
or poor crop; is >tWo-fold;.? .-The .gain
in. p^roducing.the^large, or 10.0--;-pei?
cerft'.j yield fis - also- two-f old^~fa'-"' Saiii
not bnl-^Qi^ambmltfb^iQ^^^^ buf
also in quality: and hence im enhancf
ed market value bushel -for bushel.
If is- in-the large yields-that prbfits
are made; the smaller' yields ��� many
and ofttimes do ,4ncur* actual lossj.
There are facts ahd. factors" '��� inalcing
f orV'success .or; failure .which, are^apt
to be. ignored .or overlooked, and yet
wliich are of vast and vital impb'rt to
the iiidividiial, the community^, and
the nation, signally, so in this time
of shortage and of abnormal fcxpe'rir.
ditufes." - ' '""' '/:'��� '���:"���'��� '���-" ''���'������?��� ������"���.
a The conditions- that- count for stfo
cess and ultimate independence, 'for
the farmer are: Thoroughness .and a
fair degree of skill in his work and
intelligent, economic management of
Kis affairs..���-W. J. Way.���' -A -���'"
were you calling ?,;
\" He: was so 'startled' that 'He gave
his own ''telephbheV number .iii: -- Lon-,
4pn._ Two y.m.iiiutes later he heard his
wife's "yoie'e amid 'the roar of the
German/-guns.-���Writer ih" the;-New
York-;Sun. -,;- ;.;y:yV/--yV::;kv-���,-;-: y. ������".-': A A.: A.
Grain^Exchange.. Winnipeg .
Grain Exchange,  Calgary
Canada Building,   Saskatoon
; s'-.'-ss-.^^'iMaioVesM-iy'-^"-
--..,- Main   3268 ���::.-:'..:.:'
���.:ArA,:A AA  *y'S34S'vV'^ 'A-Ar
���-���������''. --S-:-"-';*vW.S^ji
A "'yy-ys^yip^i
'   A.'-.' Sis';vy,^S:-^^��
��� .:';'AA';:-Mf>&e'/$[
���;��� --:;*��� AAipim
rieKj ^elvet^* milk chbcplate contain^
fafr aLri ��� ab^daneq of plump almonds
a^ quality^ that cannpt^su^a^ecj^
Made m ^anada^
"A"'. ���
* ���
the trenches, \vh.en',t'Rey are not ministering .^o tl^ep| clyiug ^companions-
inrarms^s'^heyj^re:,.''sgryhig as ..common soldiers with lcna^ack. and rifle
-andfiithe^JE^ese^e^he'^t^ poi-
-'Thcly orc>,rt;notviiv-:;ch'aplaihs/*, says
Stciflte-IIfeihig^Ihfthc^cw." Orleans
TimcStPicayune. "They arc simple
tioldicrs by y .universal military!; service law, w,ithoutVchoice, in the name
of equality. They Ibolc like soldiers,
they are soldiers. but���a form
crawls among thc ��� wounded, on" the
battlefield nt dusk and murmurs: 'I
am a priest. Receive absolution. Be
at peace."
The writer believes that much of
the-heroic ouragc that has been displayed by the French soldier may bc
traced to the" fact lhat fighting side
by side with them are these men of
the church.���The  Literary  Digest.
iliiji-i  ii'ru *i jig-1'-������-r-   |-
Mike iin bed, to alarm clock as it
goes oil���"J fpolcd.ycz that time. I
was hot aslape at:/all/'���Judge,        P,
|. ,    ,n'im min in ^i ii. i.i   ���  I..,,... ����j��ii.iii. ....ii,i.i.Mj.j��iiii��i����.��.ii.ii
The fall is the yriiost severe season
of; the year for eolds-r-one day is
warm- the nextV is wet arid, cold arid
unless the mother is ou her guard
the Httle ones are seized with colds
that" may hang on all 'winter. Baby's
Own ��� Tablets are: mothers';-best
friend in preventing; or \ banishing
colds. They act as a gentle laxative, keeping the bowels and-���* stom-
:ach free and ewect.. All ocqasional
dose will prevent colds or if it does
come on suddenly the prompt use of
the Tablets will quickly cure* it. ..The
Tablets are sold by medicine dealers
or by mail at 25 cents a box -from
Thc Dr. Williams' Medicine Co.,
Brockville, Ont.
;   "Do you believe in the survival of
the fittest ?!i , ...   ;        ���      . .���.'���:���; \
."No," replied Miss ., Cayenne.
"When several "in civ call'oh* the sAirie
evening the greatest bore Is, alw.ays
the last to go liomc/'���Washington
Star. ;���������>  ���-.���������    .   ������    '..--
"W'#��� ���,
You look As y u�� iu
You kiiow well enough when your liver is loaf ing.
is the first warning; tliem you
begirt to "feel mean all over.0
Your akin soon get* th�� bail n��w��, ft
frrow* dull, f Allow, nniddv nnd nw-
Violent purteatlves r.re not what you
nted���Just tho ffentlts help of thli old*
tlm-ft atandurd  remedy.
Small Pill, Sm-ull Dot*, $m��11 fVI����,
mjHWU-frJIt    mm   *m,.m.   ��~.   *��...
^wood"uth*wMiii"fSr f wi%iiiH!.K'�� AKUR rfLLSl
zs feces i bm ^ks#wjUI erectly ^^ g
.. You .gay to. the .drug., store man,
"Give me a smsd! bottle of freezone.''
This will cost: very little V biit will
positively remove every hard or soft
corn or callus from one's feet.   ���'.,..'"
A few drops of this new ether".compound, applied directly upon a.tender, achirig> corn relieves the soreness
instantly, and; soon the entire corn;or
callus, root and all, dries up, arid can
be lifted' off with the fingers. ;
This hew Way to vrid one's; feet Ol
corns, was introduced, by a Ciricinilati
man, who says that, frczone .dries in
a moment/arid simply shrivels up. the
corn or callus without irritating the
surrpunding skin.   ,. , .*
Don't let father die of infection or
lockjaw from whittling at his corns,
but clip this out and make hira try
��t. '    .-���;      ���;. '       V      . -'    ; :
If you   druggist'haisri't any ^ free;
...zoneitcll him.,to .order ;a/small bottle
from  his  wholesale  drug  house  for
you.   ,  ''.   P ���'������''������   "/ '.'���' / ~      :������
II UU l|   IWlJl^W��Mi^'*>IWJJTjM��T����J��JJ^|IJ��l   !�����>!���
,/'     Claims of'Education
War is a great educator. One of
the 'lessons, .which: it has forcibly
driven home is the, need for.the ap-.
plication of* science to industry if a
nation:is.- to hold- its o.wh in the modern world. A transformation:.,'.- has
comc over, the attitude of all classes
iri the cOriimunity, and not least the
men of business, towards thc claims
of education'.            _ .     ���
'*��"���""."*'���"��� * �����"'.  ��� " -
Whether the corn be of old oi' new
growth, it, must yield -to Holloway's
Com Cure, the simplest ���'"'arid best
curt offered to the public.        <-*'     .
Gramaphonea in the War
��� Three "hundred--grhmaphone-i are
divided anions the Canadian troops
in France alone.. Grainaphoncs will
also accompany the United States
soldiers, and as a start a New Yqrk
man has bought seventy-five of them
to be sent across tb Pcrsliing's men
as bin pen;onal contribution, through
the V.r.f.C. A . '
Mr. Bradt/ rrenerat mnnnjrYeir * In
Canada of a uruiuuphonc company,
rays' that the war lias not hit the
gramaphone Industry to any serious
extent,- and in Canada business has
advanced wonderfully. As on Instance, last JuncV. rales were 1*7 per
cent, belter than those of Tihn*, 1016,
a record month, when business wus
���700 per cent, better than It was five
yeans back.
Strange Infatuation a   ��
tf. ���*'"< - -V *-������ -���    * ���- c-.   -. ���-....    *-.
���tii.   c .���".*.���'-*..:-.'.   ���::::--- aa.-A :"";
We in America'... ?knqw that ^ the
Hohenzollerns arfe,::the/ oppressors of
the German peopJe.W'Eriglarid khowi
it.^ VFrance. knows it.. But in /th<i
mind bf the "average German, taught
���by the ingenious -system of a 'Prusr
sia -that saw- the sole salvation ��� of
kai^ei-thum. in the socialization of the
people for the benefitV Of th'e-statej
the only oppressors of the Germani
are England and France and Russia
and Aril erica.,; Even V here,V after, bei
ing, surrounded for a generation 'by
the blessings, of democracy,, there are
creatures who worship, with various
degrees of secrecy^ the idols of Prusr
sian autocracy.���New York Sun.'
.- ���-���/'.   ; ���. ��� i
Minard's Liniment Cures Colds, etc;
T    ^
From the so-called "*' KydrocarbOn
shales of Colorado, and^.:Utahi,niay
come gasoline - ��� for-':;mp,to,r^.cia'r^'-i*i:;Ex#;^
aminatton * of ' these ir~'sh^iis^:^^.%H6v-PPPirPPAlt^m
United States geological ' ���isfirVfey^m--
dicat.e that the distillation of shale
froni1 beds- over thi^ feet thick'in
Colorado alone will yield xttoreithan
20,000,000,000 barrels of crude oil,
from which- more than" 2,000,0001.000
barrels' of gasoline can be extracted
by ordinary methods. However^
tliere probably will he no shale gasoline manufactured until the present
methods of obtainirig gasoline make
the product so expensive that the
big majority of motorists are tin* ������ ��� "TAA^mm
able to buy it.     ��������� '' TT^pp^mf
��� ������' '������:��� ^-"V^;,'-;"^>���ii'���^'s���
:���'. AAAaPTM^
'���:���   A:AA&PM0
The Friend of AH Sufferers,���Likc
to "the shadow of a rock in a weary
land" is Dr. Thomas' Electric OH to
all those who suffer pain. It holds
out hope to everyone and realizes it
by stilling suffehng everywhere; It
is a liniment that has the blessing of
half a continent. It is on sale everywhere and can be found wherever
enquired for.
mm********��������� ii ���������tn��� ������   m  i|M
"Do you fear the censorship?-'
"No," replied Senator Sorghum.
"I'm used to it. I've worked for
yca^s under campaign mariager* who
rigidly supervised everything! had
to say."���Wa.shington Star,
-'  -'.'���'-������    .       '.   _
Minard's Liniment Cures Diphtheria
��������,.'    .V �����������������"���-���'-'--
Plans World Air Traffic
Lord Montagu, former cb&insaR 9*
thc British air board, is -virorklng 'out"
plans for world aeroplane traffic after the war, carrying fast mails nnd
express packages. The first British
route established, will probably be
from London to Peshawar in India,
Lord Montagu proposed to interna-
.   .-.-,-, . , toinaliszc  thc air levels    above    ten
it is used, when another supply can  thousand  feet for tho fast  dispatch
be taken from the pit. I * aeroplanes.
,  A Dangerous Patriot
.Maxim Gorky, who In an eventful
career, has been a jack-of-all-trades,
turnspit, * hewer of wood, and the
famous ^author that all. the world
knows, is now, unfortunately for his
country,' a politician and a journal j
i��t. The policies of Gorky, spell
anarchy, . Maximiliariism, Leninism,
any thing except* national defence.
Bourtzeff,l wl^o certainly, cannot be
suspected of reactionary...tcrid'cncics^
says-that Gorky as a politician' is the
bljndest of the blind and has dealt
some terrible blows at. the fo'unda*
tions of Russian life, ���
*   "A Plan to Keep Cabbage        :
Cabbage will keep in good condition until late in the winter if wrapped in paper and placed on shelves
or"lumpf from the top of a cellar. If
thc mam part of the crop is buried
in a pit a great deal of labor can be
saved by taking out quite a quantity
whenever the pit ia opened and
keeping it by the above method until
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��� ���������V ������'��������� - ,  '>fc  ���������-*.,."*%������  -),���������  aijftlWWr  THE CRESTOft REVIEW  Issued every Friday at Oreston, B.O.  JEtabseription: $8* year ia advance;  $2.50 to United Stages points.  O. F. Hatss, Owner and Editor.  CRESTON, B.C.. FRIDAY. DEO.  6  you   to   ftofc   unwisely   were'  noi  nearly so-s^oitoug Stwut y<vti b^  fore* ��������� *election\'" day^ i'J'waB'���������,*, s^  God helps those who Jselp J^JSiiH  selves, * "J ������-   i-'-  From many points in Qnebeo  tome reports that Unioniat candi- (conscription  dates are denied a chance to speak,  and are even threatened with  bodily harm should they attempt  an address.' Local Laurier Liberals  who talk so blatantly about a  subsidized press surely are not  going to line up with such as  these who would resort to brute  force to prevent free speech-  Unionists are reminded that in  elections ft ia quantity not quality  in votes that. wine the day. In a  community like the Creston Valley where everybody,knows everybody) and everybody^ busings, too,  sometimes) it should be fairly easy  to figure out who are for good  government and see to it that those  who need oonveying are got out to  the polls. And in case f o doubt see  that the vote is polled., too. On  the evening of December 17th its  the Laurierites who*are going to  be surprised at the - sm&Uness of  the vote they have polled.  Being a great believer in. the retort courteous might we enquire of  the gentry who talk so n&bly of  the subsidized  press if they,  perchance, are judging The ftevtgsw  fey themselves, ss the  saying goes.  If the editor is  susceptible to subsidy, being human-like ourselves,  possibly our traducers  are also in  the pay of   some selfish interests.  And  if so what interests" is it.  Certainly the Hun would not sprad  any   money   to . .spread   Unionist  gospel, but he has been Jknown to  pay handsomely for        '.    t;  tion of German propaganda. People  who live in glass houses . must not  throw stones.  In is real refreshing these times  when a Laurierite is inclined -$o  hang his head with' shame when  ia discussed, to See  some of these same gentlemen  enthuse over L&urier's propaiSS to  conscript wealth, end profiteering,  eto.  We .fain would rob these citizens  of any real, or pretended, satisfaction their loader's manifesto gives  them, but might we ask whether  the Laurier governajent's oonduot  of Canada's part in .the South  African war   was   a   whit   more  WM1WWHQ-  *.*   "W3  lUB^UUJiUUO  vuv  Borne   Speculation is rife as to  how much of the women's vote the  Laurierites   will   get   in   Creston  Valley.    We"teight- concede them  ' the proverbial   one  per cent., the  exception that proves the rule, but  no more.    The   male of the species  may   prefer   the   welfare   of   his  political party to that of  the good  conduct of the war   and the safety  of his son  or  his neighbors' sons,  .but. -with  the women,   who  have  not as yet formed  political voting  ties, surely none of these would be  so base as to treacherously desert  their own flesh and blood in France  or Flanders; or be so  ungrateful,  now  selective draft has come, as  to stay reinforcements for   other  mothers' sons so sorely  in need of  relief.    God   help any community  whose    womanhood     puts   party  politics ahead of the national honor  $.**& tho conserving of ������ human life.  Again we remind those men who  are subjeot to oall tinder the Military Servioe Act to be careful how  you vote Down in the bottom of  your heart you know, moat of you,  that, you ought to go; that you can  be spared as well as the other  fellow; that if a country is good  enough to live in it ought to be  good enough to fight for; that the  boys that have already gono had  no more right to go than you, and  ...   , *  .* ������ i      *     ������    i���������  *.\i***.0    Ox      y.ltifitl     x.utVO      UU\iUuy    iii-U  three years of it���������and some havo  laid down their" lives for you.  They aro demanding roinforoo-  ments. You may im in tho same  plight as thoy. Voto for tho  Unionist candidate and mako sure  t*9 juiij'4, m%A        "XfJit.lt    ���������wimti** fiiHuHun   mn  -terir uttly ut Dink* don't out oft  your nose to epito ��������� your fc.ee/  tDenttamon   who    are   counselling  ;;t;;^v^������^  S&jHt^^* IS      -HP: - - M^���������^-. m ,-��������� ������������������..''���������M.m ' 'TW.mk~^*-' ���������"������������������"; ���������--���������"���������������������������T^*^������--HB ��������� H-   M   ��������� - wK^^i- ���������-;���������->-������"-���������.���������.-��������� . - ������������������- i-fft-"*: '���������';������������������������������������ ������������������.'^'������������������'V^^s^^j-^y-  ������������������&.$$ ���������  and Ghris&ias  be with us*  Four weeks from Tue  .-.���������.Vy-"- -.    ���������-.;*':     .��������������������������� . '���������-:. v   .      ...   .......  ,   Now. is the time to be gettis^von with t^  tbrtwo reason^������������������ ;'":;;:;'^!':;';-?v:  more time  -....-<���������     ......     r ..-.. ..     ��������� - ;>..��������� ������... y.-j -..-,,. y^-r y..;.*-:..    ���������  - ->ssy ^y;-:'*s������,y ��������� -Ti^-J'r -.-A- ������������������������������������:.'���������:��������� ':���������    A.'A  -   2. Materials so essentia! for Christn^  season, aM it ;|s doubtftii if when .pr^^;:;!Si^^;'ai������'.'^qpaajf  snore can be secured before the new year* - ;We suggest^buy^  mm  tsy:1.':.:- :���������''' v'j-s ������>*���������>% &%  A-A'-r r.'A.''ir:t*A^^M,  ���������T������W  you get it'done CMW-ly'ypuva*fcV  3 'Mailable; foi*. t^; alwj^  Mr ������k ������ a-att-fe-ai.  mV%,-������%u.**aia}ain*f  two undertakings considered���������than  the bad-and-al!-as-it-was handling  of the present struggle up to the  formation of the Unionist Goyernment'?-- .;���������"'��������� ;;."'������������������ * /*.  There isn't a responsible.clttzeu  in these parts who recalls the Boer  war but remembers th������t there was  the same old profiteering, the same  inferior   shoes,  poor ammunition,  and rations sent the men that are  still remembered as "dog biscuits,"  and   other incidents that   go   to  prove the correctness of the old  saying that one party is as bad as  the other.                               '    .  And we do npt mention the  matter to in any way palliate the  gross mismanagement of affairs by  the former Borden administration  but rather . to... show that such  criminal disregard for the interests of the people seems to be inseparable "from party government..  There is not the slightest difference  between ythe iCory and the Grit  grafter, profiteer, or whateyer you  like to call, bim. Wherever .^hie  carrion; is there ''wtU^-VtW^-pbiitioal  Vultures be gathered together-���������  GritbrTory as the party in power  happens to be. ;���������''* .'���������;;;'.'. Pp  Lest some of the. more gullible  may be inclined to take stock in  the theory that a change of government will mend matters, might we  call attention to the promises of  the present B;C. government to  abolish patronage. Most of us  firmly believe that Premier Brewster personally, at any (rate, was  sincere when he gave his no patronage pledge, but in spite of  these good intentions he has fallen  short of his high ijieal. iVndif Mr.  Brewster could jiot hold baok the.  hordes that demanded something  for services rendered iu a province  with less than 400,000 of population, how helpless must even the  peerless Sir Wilfrid be in a Dominion twenty times as large.  Already there has boon considerable evidence that the Unionist government is out to handle  Canada's affairs so as to ensure tho  greatest good to the greatest  number. History has shown that  tho s&mo efficiency with due  economy is out of the question  under party rule. Disinterested  Canadians, we feel sure, will not so  early drop the substance to grasp  the shadow. British fair play demands that the Unionist Government bo given a ohanoe. By no  manner or means oan it bo worse  than tho old order of things, whioh  should bo some oonsolation should  it ultimately fail, which The Rk-  vibw feels sure it will not.  OraEigep L������mon and Citron Fee!  Shelled  W  Paa   Our stoclc of these is lai-ge in most otfery itemibiit at'tliat ;wer  recommend buying at oiiee." jBel^ ife si^  never be loweiv that's a^er^nt^ -^.;p.^.'~P;y'p-p^p;.:^  ���������"*Vt, v.-rj^^V? ���������  iMm^yypy-P P}':A. *a.T TtTP'A^m-:  ������jmaak-r V*MMaaa>mm fUaamtm  Somo men aro born groat, somo  achieve greatness, and ootun havo  greatness thrust upon them. In  this latter olass belongs Mr. Maxwell,  tho Laurierite candidate in  T3v#>iut, TCnnf/ilinif       orViiA     tmlmtiimiim    ������v������������1h������1j������  * t mf"      ...,.*������������������  evideiioo of Imviiif;; had politioal  honor thruot upon, him���������v/hoa ho  wasn't looking, too.  . .  As a political babe in the woods,  and a Candida^ in whom  there is  -.^ ^.ils. *������.*������������������' ,,"Mr������..w.-.-All- mncf. Jus  Ktmj     f^xAXXCf    .*������**������'-- iuoo mm ������������*���������     uiuuv       ~~  graded estra SelOct on the striength  Of what -seems to have been' his  campaign det?ut, at' * ��������� 38-bssland late  last month. :aT'-P':' '- :  Being V rettufned soldier', it was  quite natural that Rossland _-Win-'  'th^Wajf':JCi^p������;:^onid' 'haye; Mr.  MaxweU' appear-before them to  sta1������.p^^^m^pn which he  etandsin the present election.  ���������^ Naturally, #qo, felea^fi leather  thought Ml^-^Maxwell would know  whether: hs **as:iov Or against cpn-  scriptionl -But he^didn't.V^He had  no trouble detiounoing the profits  eers, demanding conscription of  wealth, arid a^eneral.clean up of  the. incompetents at Ottawaifbut  every time a. questioner got him  back to a plain statement for or  against the Military Service ^ct^  the best Mr. ,7 Maxwell could | say  was that he Was in hearty Sym*-  pathy -with ^|ir. Wilfrid Laurier's  manifesto,     f '"���������-.';  When . a Mr. Pincott wanted tp  know "if Siir Wilfrid took ithe  stand that the act should be repealed would Mr. Maxwell support  him in such a stand, Mr. Maxwell  replied that Sir Wilfrid had taken  the stand that' voluntary enlistment had been discouraged in many  ways and that he believed Sir Wilfrid was sincere ih tho statement  he had made as to what action he  would take as regards the act were  he returned to power."    ,  And so it'was all through the  interview. Ho waB running on the  Laurier manifesto, but 'when it  camo to coming out squarePbn the  conscription feature of it Mr. Maxwell shied off an honest yes or no  in a fashion anything but oredit-  able to oven .a shyster politician,  much less a war veteran.  And in an 'effort to conic to the  rescue campaign manager dimming made Mr. Maatwell's star  performance tho moro ridioulous by  stating "that tho meeting at Ross  land h'&d been hurriedly arranged;  Uxill .CxiU'xi     lux.-    J^ti*jm.\Vi).l   WimLi imi  UOU  as to just what would ho required  of him and oould not propitro for  the event."   ':v  Read, that "explanatory" olaune  of Mr. Cumming's ovcr onco more.  Mr.  Maxwell  "was   at sea" a/id  oo������������l������l ������������r\f. r������*������������������������%������������������w> (*������j������ f.l������A ^.jjr***^'''   of saying whether ho was for or  against tho. Military (forvic'Q' Act  Koodlesn  to say' Mr.   Maxwell  .'���������ii-^'V^'-;  'l-'-y-^'m'-'.l^  made a poor J^ps^jUui Von-; his  Rossland audienbe. Me seems also  to hav-i isiTesj^lesss}eSfecjtivsly imr  pressed the .Itaurierites genOrally  j udging by the way; the four Libejr--  al M.P.P.'s in this cpn8titueh<^~aa  well as oJbheF vt^^t, Vase :^f  to he anything ^^eptveilent  ners of the. innocent abroad.  !' "*���������"' ��������� '������������������'a.;..-A.'.%>-���������'������������������&:-���������-.-.is,.;.  ijMiitt  I  believe Sir  Wilfrid  I^aurier  is the onlyy statesman^.in yGanada;  tbraay^wiiO -can Lbririg^ -MBariattaPtkiT ���������  a united effort in the .war.-- IJSeel i  coniident������' if Kiyeri ;:>fclie JKwerV'msp  appeal to ������������������-tne. -people of QOebec  .will Be such ������8 to bring the recruits  ing figures of Quebec.up to that of  the^pthei* provinces.* ���������'��������������������������� --^ - -:rAr..-.:���������*;���������--*.  VBoiled dowii.these-are-thesentiments candidate Maxwell expressed at Rossland, on November 22nd  in the only public utterance we  can get track of him making since  he was flim-flamed into accepting  the Laurier Liberal nomination at  Trail the early part^f last month.  We.v, cannot::jpay, ihqwever," that  he originated "the. sentiments, because it is -the only argument  Laurierites have.- to ^ffer*- when  coufroiitefd :w}tlv the "qiiestiph as to  how the men are *to be got'if conscription is not enforced.  And were the faots riot all against  them, and the situation leas critical, one might admire. tl)eir childlike faith even in an idol with feet  eif clay. But faots are facts, and  these are very praotioal daysv.  , v,,  Official recruiting figures show  that Quebec has. sent less than'  8,000 French-Canadians overseas,  out ^pf aj.population of-this..sort  that must ruii woll over a million.  Quebec has given ten times loss to,  Rod Cross,work: Jhun thc province  of Ontario, .which has about the  same size population, and in the  repent Victory jLoffri .Quebec, sub-  floribed 'ovW ^100,000,000;'lesn than  this same provinoo of Ontario,    v.  This information goes to. show  that; in all departments of wAr  work the province of Quebqo has  ncveir dono anywhere near Her  share.    If Sir Wilfrid   Laurier oan  WUttVO W tx^tlU OVOi' CllVijU^JXJOt_tiO  l'ii*I  will change (Jl this vv.i.y has *w not  boen tin^r in Mich good work hitherto? Surely wo aro not to. infer  that ho prefers to play politios to  seeing to it that his native provinoo  holds up her ond of the stiok In  is tho way ho plays the   gamo the  word olaftker hardly -doca iuatlco to  his ni.m."  P Njorsh-^ld^it*^  riiidteri-. .t&C:������^  *fQltJ-������������tfi''W'''-"i-' ���������A������'������"Ko������-.inr������)Q,V������������(o -.5������i'''CiiViiKSii������^.  s.yei������ge haid^  jeveipy..:'.-. tihousand  men��������� V'sKabfev;.fosp;  serviek-.'V ��������� :VV ';aa-PPPPP -M:PP0Mn  ;u!IQKij^i^a^|i^i^ and  :put Quebec'in3he'vfer$f^^t:f|of ajl  the provinces in saving Canada in^  this hour cf crisis, shodld be borne  Mth as:.:; patiently;vfts tna^jr he.  Possibly he has told himself the  Jg!i&&B&9^^ be-  lieyies it, and is 'irio^B VtoVP&$r.\t.e8  than laughed at---hut rieVerargu-  '������e-.witlL',*.'-*V"*,-������-'"������-^  ,^ Inj^lhgc^^^^el^^  muBt be convinced of the fallacy of  Liaunensm as a fact<*- in winning  the Waf^^atid *^ew: the-v-liwes .of  their soriB, fathers, husbahdg and  brothers are in jeopardy will back  a government -with a policy; that  has already demonstrated t^at it  can and will get the, men who can  best be spared.        v -      "  ;.  &���������"& ������������������:���������*��������� .���������-��������� I'..,*:.-;.,.... :-'���������- '.-'*    *  ���������^"*r-r ���������'������������������l ���������'���������  'I- **.���������*���������������������������"������������������ ZmmmmA*Sk-i    ' ,.,���������     ���������      ���������     ���������, ���������   ,. i    - .    -     ���������  Synopsis of Coal Mining  ���������AA ''<g������^gisga^Qn8.. ' ,  PP:'-     i."C j->���������,-���������������������������"*-* :    "��������� '���������  Ooul mining rights of the Dominion,  iri Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta, the Yukon Territory, tlioNorth-  West Territories and in a portion of  the Provlneeof British Columbia, may  be leased for a term of twenty-one  years venowal for a further term of  12 years at anannuiilroutal of 81 an  ftqi*o.,-��������� Not more than 2,E������flO aoren will  bo loused to ono applicants .        t  Application for a loose must bo mode  by the applioant in porsonto the Agent  or Sub-Agent of tho. district in which  the rights applied for aro situated.  Insurvoyed territory tho land must  bo described by sections, or legal sub-  divlolono oj Qcotiona, and in rinsurvey-  edk territory the tract' applied for shall  be staked out by the applicant himeolf  Wo-nh njw>He!\f.lon muot be 'accompanied by aTee pf fi6 whieh will bo refunded If tho rightH applied for are not  available, but nofc otherwise. A royalty  shall be paid on the nibrohantable output of the mino at tho rata of flvotnentw  per ton.  Tho person Operating tlio mine sh������r  furnlah the Agont with sworn returns  accounting for the full quantity of  oiotv^htitntrthlj1*' <v**><*������"! *������������������������������������'���������'*"* ������������������**rf -������������������r *.*���������;.������  royalty thereon. If tho coal mining  i*lHht������ are not being .operated, eueh  returns should be furntslied at loosi  onco a year,  - The Who   wlir inoludo   tho   coal  mining rluhta olily,  For full, information applieattou  ehould bo made to the ������ooi-e������>ary of thu  Pepurtui0iit.of..the Interior, Ottuvtr^,  or to any agent  or Sub*Agent erf  l^mn* Jft><ilA-������i  IT .������*fr-i#1 in  W. W. OoittY, Deputy Minister  ttxo Interior.  N.U.���������UnaUthorlted publication of tttd*  iidveHlfbfinKintwHl not be pshl for.  xmmtmmmmtmxxmmmam  mw^^iwi^i.w  WLWmW.  *Umim*m:mi\UmM\iMi*mm^  Hi  nm Illillllisf^  WMiT'^PrTpPPA'f   E^g^|wVfeV;vi  ly&zfrPAiArJA-; -A'a ..'-���������  %^!j^i>''"r-;^'s:'-,'':,..-.- y: ���������;'-  ffS^feS^V'.-iyVy  piy'ttC^t;^  iV'-v'���������-���������; -���������:'..'-...-������������������::: A  at-.:.,..������������������:. A^Ar- y-i'V'^y-���������>���������'-   --/'���������*'.< ..   ������������������ **������������������������������������������������������".��������� ���������������������������w.:':..- -,    ������������������:--^5<:.:^S''y:-^^-'.'.si^y���������.-;-���������$  t*sft"  i*?*'  ;' J'i^'SS'iSJf .'>>'���������'i'.-'i'.':' '..''.'���������'.���������'.*  ���������.' SISg^.v'l&^iSllOBSs'MlSrrQr; -������������������- ** *  .'--si'avfj.ri^iiJi,. ���������  ..j-....+...: fr:. '*' ���������  i$&$fAAAAA2AAA  iW&Sp&A rPpTPPPX  Wpii&AtAA 'ArAAAA-3,  ���������  '&<������m'-������L  :t:?-2's..*,'  -  .Vi'.  "���������"V;''X'v--''-V--s"'^-5*'  >J.  *%���������-  yjJf.^^V--'  Why I Sannot Sisj  Aoii-Gonscf!  ;���������-.-'- : ������������������������������������������������������- ^���������:;-i;'BMi-A.y.--/i-fi^)^^^sgjssg)ai  ���������By.'ar-  i^af.*..  ^is***--  Briefly I   want to ,.; set vriuilmyf.v  reasons for  the  above?  did ������"  space peranit, Mr. Editor, I w?u^���������  ������lpLW&&^^tn.ly into those reasdnWV?"  _ ^Lh&como more conyinced Tmfy&&������$  "' " o&gj&he Laurier party hayfe  #^������Jfco the real needs, o^  .  ?.     . ._. esent crisis.   *   ^  g iriy flie: party issue* #b$-*aip  ago, while theV count^*!**4  l&fJfSi- and dealing ^itS**  f8w������re never at that&lme.  of; issues which  a#  to;  A^e%eedom or elim. _..  f^Qerman doming������������fo&ti-   ,_  8%f-the world, .���������.-. 'Htt&*i$  They do not realise that WelBav'/  "anew era with newfesufei  ms. while   their  rtfifiSferVfi  * -r  spg^S^eome: so stele': arid yt-heir������l^*^^.*p;^^^e^3jfeS^2.shalM  vxPM  litKpfPi  .fernie ?#&,:!  _,'ii^.���������i -���������' - ������������������- ���������      'j-1'1--'.' ������������������"���������*���������������������������'������������������ -*-1*1.  i   '   t .M.i.  -ta-Kiiii^t-'^  "*"'"' ' i*df������rOHfcin~L~ "*    "  that wastjage is 22,000;'not en������  to;<������i^';-U8 through the '  "*"  rJj-vJ--'-.::  ;'V:';,v-yfVS' &':-'.'?'.v?  -:^5?3^  PPr T'-A ���������'. [&^PPfa\tfpPrS' -������������������y}  .'.-&���������  pssssssi ^;fe^  mP  ���������:���������*  ^:||fS^^lat^;i  ^?������s ^iS ^^s^^i^y;: ���������  m^^i^f^^  (���������:*;������������������.. ���������������������������*-���������  t*jf->..'-.-'/:  :*.rwJ-V'-*'":*tCiaS^ttbiil^i;^^:  V-VVVVV &pTBl0fi$^^ '&M������&&&&  v*v-vV  ^������������������^V^*ii;sy-,^^ | p^  ^iSKIfe' lip^^^^^'^^^^^^ft-''  the: "main need is not the MifilS^f -wfi*  service Act, Conscription, or^*iiBjja^v!  ir,   but rather, tariff  rex^jr^; ^  ,t; the!- real issue is ay^figmp"  the 'capitalist class ana^tfcetf  .''class.-:'---:: Aj^^r:  might take a leaf out O^tHfe  books of sonie of our Creston 9am^  7.^���������r..������������������-^^^^wv^sgKM^������^^tori-  ;i is|^^:tD'^^yb&aawe;^they.;.- say 5 that  ^ ycan-wait* bep&use.-^-*^ .  fe-Vth^#afw^^^St^jl^^  l-f.s  tt*  r-Sot or1  ������������es4iii  t:H&&������������������ll*Tm&-$m-ttx^  . le^Si^^f mi^H^^fiffe^  at  ^        ,aye  ^���������������in������#li^hils^^  ^ministe^ofithe ,cpurii^y:^th������4������'i!iea>of ~  ^Unionist V'cAudfdtttesv- ttireatfeiievai ?  ^dismiss pubuoservants, even retutn-  ti'S(.-#-.Y.i,;-;*'  *  ^r, ���������; A*mm������Wmm*+'n*'*^'  .LI-wSlTK^'v';'''''  1'"'-^-l������W������*V.1J������)fij>((t+.;j.,,..������,,Wrt.  ,l"'fk������������������*#������"'"    " "*" '"  ''���������AA:A->:%&:r:i'Jl)T,  ���������*'.������������������������ ������������'-"������������������������������������ ft  m*���������  KJr_"J|������JJJU(Jn������������fi HW** JJ1*.  jii-j^y,'-+1'y  ,.,t'wJi,f'U^.'  ������>a.4������: .  ..       ..     &^������&><fe^^i';  .������������������v.;-..; \- ..��������������� yrP; ;.-   .������������.���������. ��������� /vy/t'iTj ��������� ,  . ���������-. -(4,-'������iv  '*i  HM  .:. <��������� v>v ���������  -^tafffrJj������nri  ,i������.J.-  |i^^-i]||i������..i^  ������f>j''j  Uised that they are i*^^^-  adyance. incancble of afcfcBSS^t  w. issues anrf consequeritljKy  fc������Ie of   meeting  them x^acrii   '  >iee most unfit to bethe^Eeaii  ;he national life,  the estftosjS^  the people's ideas, the mMfejwr  egislation, the f ramers 0%SJ������;  lye advanced several decades  ���������ff|he  last   three  yearsr and  leaders and  legis&toxsi  " "p^asive, keep up 4*������ilBliVJ  r'^are convei-saotiVSttth,'!  >u, issues and rieedscr  A glaring illustration of this i$&$&?  abilty we have when we realigei-fe"   ''"''  the IauirierV politicians tell usjt,      l'ei"B������8������filBfi������''n^iO"lC;-',re-'  ^nteM>M&'^������%-j--fHBdg#fliBv^  ���������goTOrnmenf^ls'**^^  V bad c recruiting   eflfort^is^t^jro^A's  i suo^e^i^pplauded-'t^  ....'-',-...'.._-.:.,-,_ ;,._";. v""������8������i  s, bath';;jfer;' .iwmUtirtg-s^nid^siffp  ;;-pr^f^^H#-%������-ii^eerBr#*rom -  jiV^-*^M������e*^tpr^ his  compatriots go free pf swviTOi^-v  Citisens of CrestoM^^-e-^eri; of  (tffci80Bie*j������i������,jj'jis^;i  ^fw^^SS^t  ':ki\ifii?������. T-:'^':'^'*J*f^:;^i?A>-^P% -^ziqA^f^r  "V,''Another " "       --���������������������������         - -  Asriother. eviden^f^??m^i^ilt3^s|  -'nd-miniiS  d'������i^'  ���������^Befifier'^eVim'onldhavefjMi^rijftA*  tS*h^^o^MdJ-'i^b-B^1^S8^ifef^^^  ^ .;������Jt^ipV^;v4&';. -e^a'(;^fe^.^^^,:tt������*?:-fchei;'  , pebplBfebur ''������ irifaot^rTfeser^^'^Sitfl^.  i^Bllip^.ui^^l^y'ep^  'support .Ofuthe Iiaurierinolic  p.  i-i&ii  becau-^b!  ow^Mrda^'  Fiotd -WiaWHte8o*i������fci0f^.iB 6t*aH^iin.*itR;  support of the Unio������iGtoyiiwment-  ,(a near approach to lntraiiaaMotr)..  (fiv������nanroi������lociaLautl0riiJg9lhPa������r  jitaljj: of boycotting The Ekyiki*- bo-  ?W--M*mot 1ts������lai^p6n the 'qtfctittfcftot  i-thWihonvs^. Mheam' msrii^itte^'iiiiK-thit'i'  ���������4 type to .rule owrvcountry<in4t8 great- i  -*es$citoiS;',^hte^tf^^^  'Mhor-^le#sSM. tine *ea*?steU'#ffrt/niihipi::  ��������� seem to realise that,, the"'country is  ���������S at wav, or tierhfe^i it Wttfifty itnbenn^  >o#i*t~the .front and,-.drawV bigna*; i  hife* thVB^lHBuw^f������������d*awf^OT  U 0 4-*Plii5lt,Vi,'4r    ���������   ���������  ��������� 1������     .<���������< "���������...I'.l -1-1 *������l, 'I  1  lie^'^^-'^Bj^-jaJ^a 1" lmft'J.1 ���������  . i. -*.   ���������^t V" T #   .  M'kfia^er' Crent-on 'yifftm<^t\  ipi^otioit^et'anAJbhedl'Jeijfra-BehiBu  I ment of JBntish' Siibjecta bf'erilfcniy  ^bl������hiwtThlc^V>wottld-gi^iHto^these-'  Epoplo,. whom ^ swot, all,- knowr. would  \mm cotiritryIntothkfiaridSof  Qe-Wny Arid lAwatitolWto^  ���������JCOt^OPt.uujfehoyi^leuijo andvAoitlit*  ,damuge'<to pcopovty which thetattma-.  *CWtee-fyftvab iKien* fdoing rldHtrnlonK  ������^n-4^e<]Widted SlnJbi^s^MUr/aSldur*i  i o^ feud. ,,4rid oyery country ih-tUo  tlnucf}.to. m^thJi/oliiAcdlJwf Jb<rt*^i  ���������fchifo thV^JttylHBufft!*^f������������<t*a  MKUiunt;-^iiv twuuing *������*or*-* -relnrorce-  a.'.:.' ' ..:. ::;  HA\,\A^b*^iirnib^^^hiiy  to|qw41ielif own.ijaerjM^;epd^  oritiiUvca' lo'' psallam^at*.  *KtW >w*in atrt&ta* of ���������  . 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A. is  dbih'gaiuongBtaliithe riien.Voveraeas,  arid If :otiy have ,bfe^* rivMooked in  th^rsiIsb^������'fb^irtlria,-^ B. <3i" Gibbs, the.  lo^-tMjamii-eivvwM b������^. 'plettsfett- to add  ypur;nttme������-toitho roll^-of ������dbnatorf������  and' accept your contribution, bo It  small or large. '..'..'  i Grand Forkfi'lodgo Kroifthtlr" bf Py-  thtstihah -irrV*������fc0**������)O oMU /funds in  ^icto^'Boadaw*������: >'-^ ���������j'|.''<'J)v'Uij-' '.  wmsm  '������������������ ��������� ��������� ������������������.'Vv-l'-'-.'rf-Si'l  'V^ipi  V ,VV0i������|6������  .'/;:���������'���������;,���������:.jtii-,ita&l|  v'-*'-::vijf  ���������'���������: '.".'va^'p':M',  -  '���������:'��������� '':'>*���������&!|  ��������� '.''.-���������.��������� i'-v.::'t;^f j  ".WiV's^l  .-'-;V'V'.Vs^l  -y-y-i'i..*!  VV-V^l  A.Aip  ���������;Si|  Si!  r,4*i"  ���������.jraK.j'--������  W*wiW'rd;;,WlU  Oo������lin|j������*A:''N.   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V ��������� > I  A-m  '���������'������������������ "'X1C\  'aP'M  ��������� "-P-ilil  T')$m  '"���������'"Til  'TA' I  ���������.-'���������;,������'ij  %!F������*������.H IftW/ will bp Bled In  thV 6tte6 oV the .vlTiiter 'k^fder at  W*Mtorift������'*    ���������������.'���������''������''   *���������-������������������"���������������   ^4".  ���������w>������^ w;i^ i;,o^c������uii.i^.ilc^vor.-w������t������r  lr������Ai������l*n*������������**n*s���������������������������*������������������*'*#t * -'  ''TltetU^of Wo flritrnibilcatlon of  'C**tL.m:ri^m,*PtiA������H-mH. ^mm 4J4������������'AN������.  LuiiTUio, Applioant.  <,... ,v   itty it. A. mokow*iv Agitit. iP;i  are  children whoc^are SfijrugM  but frail���������not sick but  ureter d e veloped ..^$he^  play with their food���������they  catch colds easily and do  not thrive���������they t>nly need  the pure, rich liquid-food in  to start them growing and keep  fchern going. Children relish  SCOTT'S and it carries rare  nutritive qualities t������ isiei? u-iOOa  streams and gives them flesh-  tood, bone-food and eirengih-iood.  mthing harmful in SCOTT'S*  Scott&Bo-nme. Toronto. Oalu 16-3  Profitableness s p^t>S|^^|R2|isittg :;-i������'  An instance of- the success; that can  be attained in sheep falsing on %iriall  farms in Alberta is; given in the case  of Mr. IL Sykes,who ha^ ������"320-a������re  farm soirie ten miles northeast .of  Castor,. Alberta. As a beginning Mr.  Sykes secured sixty A head -of sheep  four '''"years'- ago. '���������'������������������In the two succeeding years he raised about. lOOVlamhs  and Sold seven old -ewes.VV-Afc..lambing time this year his flock increased  100 per cent.", uvEdition to -which he  had his wool clip, which he sold oh  the cd-operatiye plan. /With " Wool  selling at, more than sixty cents a  pound and yearly wethers at from  $12 to $13 a hundredweight; it is  not difficult to realise hoy.' profitable  sheep raising in Alberta is to the  small farmer.  This farmer runs his sheep on 'the  summer-fallowed land-to'cut;'out the  weeds. In winte^ he keeps them in  good order by giving them a good  feed oi prairie hay in thc morning,  with green feed in the evening, while  during the day they pick around the  straw stack. A shed of poles. Covered with, straw, with an^ open front  serve's as a. protection from tiie wind.  w$%.  ^tpmmm^  United States Prepares  ��������� Fetf' making"*  soap.  ...  ������������������''������������������Por.'--������ef*������i!������������--!  inje water.  For. r������movin*a;  |-paint*"- '-'"TAf'''".:  ror dlsinfectlRS  r������������i*rl 8t������r*,*or������i  sinks, olotete,  ������| rains and for 000  othoir ������iu>|>o-m>-������.  .mtmu va*Mi*n-n*-f������jV  memmW-ms  on  Worsts.   Cattle. &c,   quickly cured  bt  EGYPTIAN   LINIMENT  For Sale by All Dealers  Douglas   &   Co.,   Pro*$**S:s,   Napanee,   Ont.  (Free   Sair.ple  oa  Request1)  Entered War With Firm Determina  tion to  Do Their Part  The war may not be won in the  air. The blows we shall presently  strike on the land, together with our  allies, may be the principal factor iu  the victory that is sure to come. We  have  a navy  eager to  get into    the  fray.    But the Atnericaii program for    military aviation shows that we shall j    ��������� ���������   _'���������   . ..    -_���������      ��������� _ ���������   _'' '  be  ready, when the time comes,   to)Germany Must m Due   Course   Re-  combat with    ail    the    Taubes    and] store Conquered Territory  Gothas the Germans can send aloft,      Fraace paid t00f and Faid heavily  to put new obstacles m tne way  ot   b *h      15 months "have gone,  ���������Sj  SK Ur^l   *%������ X****.  r^ri takes that for which she paid.   Now  the   enemy s_ hues, and let   the   Ger-   _.      wt.itrh.   n(  ���������rt:,wv   i.   w'tli'liM.  Taking the Toll  Shi^s B&e Pigfht  Against Plunder  Boatswain o.f. French    Vessel    Gets'  the Legion of Honor.  The French minister of lpariue has?  commended" in .vu-ivy .orders; -VthcK  French sailing vessel .Ivleber, of. 277=  tons, which on September. 7 stoo<| up:  tvi a bi**' Gsrman submarine- off the-;  coast south of Britann'y and .plied a  single gun so well that her opponent-  retreated . discomfited a'fter s three";  hours of stirring battle. ..-������-.    V  Pierre Mohier, the boatswain*.;  who fought the ship after the captain  of the Klcber was killed, has been-  decorated with the Legion of Honors  while .the twelye men pf.'the,) crew*  several of whom were wounded, hav#  been given V Wai* Crosses. .-.' Scyert  members of the crew who .particularly-distinguished themselves also  received the Military Medal in Addition .to the V/ar. Cross..  NEW HEALTH FOR WOMEN  An Important Factor in Profit From  Feeding Steers ;'  The difference between'V the v purchase price and selling pricp ;of;; ^'n  animal is called the"/tiiar^n*''<Qf^p^oi  fit.    This is usually estimated',:onVthe  basis of 100 pounds'live''w.eigiii^Tli'iii1  a margin of $1.50 means    that    the  feeder received-$1.50    pbr    hundred-^  weight .more for the animals tli|fii^Jb(^  paid for 'them.    The amount of-4Mr--*  gin is a very important factor in the  profit from feeding s.feers������j,.vThe; iiiar.-,  gin required to break"even'in feeding  operations  depends upon  d   Vntimb'cr  of  factors,  the  principal  ones  being  (1)  the    purchase    price;    (2) ,.:. the,  weight of the cattle iWh$l ;^^i������sed������  (3)  the. value of thc^fcecls-Vwiscdj  (4);t  the gain in weight made by the anjU;  tnals, and (5) the length of the feeding period.    The higher the.purchase  price, the heavier the steer wheh purchased,  the  cheaper the    feeds,    the  greater the daily      gains, vand      the  shorter the feeding period, the smaller the margin may be between    the  purchase price. and  the selling price  of the'cattle, withoutlos's to the feeder. .With a steer of, poor quality and  with  high-priced 'feeds,' the     margin  must of necessity* be great, "but-with  the 'best  quality of steers  and    with  cheap feeds ..the  .necessary    margin  may^hc������*^er-^smgll.;jV' '������������������,������.$,.'������������������.--. -���������%'.������;���������������-���������  Autos on Prairie Farms  At different; *faimers' gatherings .in  Western Canada this year every con- '  veyance at the ijace was.an.automo-  bile:    In'"'some school'districts,Jit ,is  said that every iirfrier "owns an'auto.-:  And in Ontario the nun*ibe(r j.Of Cars  owned by farmer's ris---su-rpfi&in"g.j:" At"  a York County picnic of the Hoistein-  Breeders over ~^'-'-&i&W%&&?&$-^&  iriettcb���������whether' ��������� ihVXi*ainih-j^;|&V,  ready at the Iront^nccdi ^am-!B^t^?;'  It cannot be equalled iorVfha -'m^nf  email; injuries  and .ailmbnt-JViiic^ ,  -��������� ������������������'Jeh-tal t&^Vsoldior's IKo.     v : V-V.p. -  ��������� ^^i;jji-t'>F!' 'Streamer  of   thfi   Stl  jffGail&dian. Mouatsd .'.;!**ftcs,' ��������� writes!  "Foi: hertljnscuts, cores, blister'  etc., Zam-Buk cannot be beaten.'M;'  ���������"*���������'���������: CoTi,. Freaiiin of tho 10th-Fieldl '  ftil^mbulance,  writing   from   Franc^;  , Bays: " "We find Zani-Buk spl<^dlS  - for : injuries and; aih-icrits, hut. wp V  -���������������������������V haven't ctvo'UEh'ot iU'P'PP. APP-PM'T  : *'.; ;13vepj^-Soldier should carry a fcopVV  of Zahi-Buk, as nothing ehdsVaail&vV  ^and Jlops. bleeding Vso^-quicklKV^'s-Vy TcPPPxplM  ���������i^I^^leyejats blood-poisoning.;:.'50cf'- "--��������� P'-AAAAtrsA.  '"& ixlt^' -druggists, r. ��������� or.s -Zain-Buk-. - "-".<j������>|  ���������;..l^Qroii{fci-.s;,.'s3,^..y-- ���������'''"-':- ���������'���������' .;;-VV;-Vy,.v'VyV--'v^  the war without a firm -determination to do our share in all the operations and the  means to put it    into  effect.  *.t,    -\r*���������t���������  -*ir;*^.n^  -*\CW      xtjxst.    j. jijivj.  Dragged Down by Asthma.     The  man or woman who is continually  subject to asthma is unfitted for his  or her life's work. Strength departs  and energy is taken away until life  becomes a dreary existence. And  yet this is needless. Dr. J. D. Kellogg's Asthma Remedy "has brought  a great change to aa army of sufferers  But it is not only artillery. Thc  spirit of France lives in the "extraordinary patience of the French soldier, which, combined with    his  ex  cellent  pnysique,  his    mind  arid body, so untired in spite of the  tremendous mental and bodily strain  of the war that he seetns today just  as full of "energy and even more dt*:  termined than in the first enthusiasm  of the rush into Alsace and . Lorraine." Verdun wras always the key  of the defense of France. In the  last few days .one after another of  the bastions  of  that  defense,  which  It relieves the restricted air i Germany won in the spring of 1916,,  tubes    and    guards    against    future   have been regained.    There is in this  tioublc.     lry.ai..   ^ ^^        . t^e -whole hope and confidence of the  Germans Surprised in India  From   a   Letter   from   Ahmednagar,  India, to the Springfield  Republican  Some dny I am going to send you  a letter about the German prison  camp here, but I must wait for sun-,  ny weather, so that I can take some  snap shots to go with my letter. The  camp is growing all thc time, and I  hope it will continue to grow. The  latest additions arrived last Friday���������  two German airmen from Mesopotamia. New barracks are being put up  and I hope that before long tliey vvill  be filled % with people from German  East Africa. The last ones who came  j>from that part of the world were  amazed at being sent to Bombay���������  India had revolted w*eeks before, so  tliey had been told.  Tlic life work of some men seems  to be criticizing others.  hope  alliance. What Germany 'has won  and still holds she Will in due course  be made to restore; that, and more  also.���������London Times.  SAVE TH E GALVg  Mighti������tf 8WjS?-*f ������������������"������������������:  ever -   saimsfed*V^������; y'yy.y  Abortion,:'���������'.. SteiSlr       w  -.. ity, '."andyyTPrem^-VVy-;:;::  :  tyre;.:.Calying, Bfaa A A  6r . one , hundle'd-;-': ;-���������'-��������� .;���������-,.  dittl)������ treated-^n;"^���������-;,:;;.  )������5   minutes.   -: Wsc AAA.  !  one-'Half. -:pfy-:.$ur.,y.yy  I product, ���������.'���������'��������� if ; tfipt; .;���������  Satisfied���������.''���������.--'��������� retail li  the   balance AaHai ;: y;;  get   your   morifey.  V  ^#Kalfc-Sawir^y:';::''-:-:'v  sells    25    pounds     ���������           _ $4.00. ���������������������������;'.- Send yfor: y -���������  ���������T.j.i^'^iMUiiiail i  ,.'"*'" .   T printed matter.7;.,  ;..-.., V V w .MCQUEEN'S   PRODUCTS--. - -5 PPTAJa.  Plant and  Head  Ofnce,  Edmonton,   Alberta.-;������������������;  '   x%*%P-''' Bo^, rg21 ���������'    "' ��������� '��������� ��������� VV':^-'-' 'T  A-ii^yX>^'^:  Minard's  Liniment Co., Limited.  Gentlemen,���������In July, 1905, I was  thrown from a road machine, injuring my hip and back badly and~was  obliged to use a crutch for 14 mouths.  In Sept., 1906, Mr. Wm. Outridge of  Lachute urged me to try MINARD'S  LINIMENT, which I did with the  most satisfactory results and today  I am as well as ever in my life.  Yours sincerely, ,    .  MATTHEW xS BAINES.  mark  The most fateful years in, a, woman's life are those between forty-  five and fifty. .Many of the sex enter  this period under depressing ��������� conditions through overwork..'.. or worry  about the home, or through;a condition in wliich the blood is weak or  watery ai\d. so they suffer hea\'ily.  Among the commohest syinptoms  are headaches, feverish flushes, pair  pitatiqn of the; heart, dizziness, back-  .ache; depression and other well. recognized disturbances of the .health  which signalizes that: the blood - requires attention. Women .urgently  need rich, red blood all their'lives.  but never more so than in niiddle-  life, when the nerves are also weak  and .overwrought.  Now every worhari can prove "the  prompt helpV-afiforded to her. health  by renewing". and building, up : the  blood. It is a.test that 'any ailing  woman can make by taking Dr. Williams' Pink Pills, for these .pills  make rich, red blood,"which in turn  stimulates the appetite, strengthens  the nerves and restores full robiisV  health. Thousands of women have  found,in. Dr. Williams', Pink Pills  new health and strength, and" with  these a new happiness: and iutei-est  in life. ,  So if you suffer, avail yourself at  once of the splendid home tr'eatr  ment which Dr. Williams'. Pink Pills  so easily afford, and you' will '' be  among those who rejoice in regafrred  health. These : pills are sold by'all  dealers in medicine, or may be liad  by mail at 50 cents a'box or six  bojecs for $2.50 by writing the Dr.;.  Williams' Medicine Co., Brockville,  Ont. ���������.-���������������������������'        ":    V  from defeCtive^ctio!|^f Jtl^i^femacWj  and liver, and^the ^btwHtm:^fms^XaiT \  be pitied.    Yet he can nnq-r.eaay re-  -  lief in ^Parmelee's ^"Vegetable .-Pills,,. a  preparation*' that^haisr-^^Vestafelished ���������it-'*  self by years of effective use.   There  are pills  that'.- are.'widely ��������� advertised *  as the greatest ever compounded, but  riot oiife of'Vth^ni can rank in.   value  with Parmelee's. .���������'. .  imtm&ethdFire  S>^tmIm*4M  Save  In the Use  Of Wheat  By eating  Grape-Nuts  All the food value  of the grain is used,  in making this delicious food; and its  blend of malted barley nor only adds to  ils nourishing qualities, but  produces a  n.  ness.  -M-MM1*1* 1      ���������*"���������������  ur.u  ������ (m ft  t v     ���������  .  A Different Type  Politics Must Be Less of an Exclu-  oive Profession  The truth is that there never was  a  time  when  sane,  serious    counsel  was, more needed than in thc present  hour,  when the anxious  suspense of  the war and the grinding misery of  thc sorrow which follows in its train,  together with  the vast    number    of  problems  which arc in  thc    melting  pot, require thc formation of an active and  enlightened  public    opinion  to help, in due course, towards their  solution.    "Notwithstanding the need  for concentrating on  the war,"  says  thc  Times,  "it is  not  too    soon  to  make  up  our minds  that, thc    men  who speak for us. in parliament shall  consist in  thc main  of    a    different  type from those who predominate today, that politic^ shall bc less of an  exclusive profession, and. that    there  shall be no  room  for thc  candidate  who  thinks  more of his  own  carcci'  in   London   than   of  thc  interests  of  his  constituents.' # This is  just what  wc havc been saying for a long time.  ���������Dundee People's Journal.  Coal Rations by Ticket ������  Since September 5 . the Berlin  householder has one more card to  add to the many varieties ..that .already perplex him. Coal tickets now  regulate thc coal rations. Thc issue  "and use of these tickets haye pedat  gogic as well as social-economic adt  vantages in addition to their immeT;  diatc aims. They are teaching ;thif  people arithmetic, method, and thrift  for thc hard times after thc war. ������������������ '%  All coal found in 'any man's cellar,  beyond his legitimate ration is tot be  confiscated.       ,��������� ' ��������� ,'i  Minard's Liniment Cures   Garget, in  Cows.  All Food-���������  No Waste!  isiA'i'ilikii I'dnliini CetfulCo.j t.ld,.  ..I.     ...      r. .   ,  Mluaid'a Liniment Cures Dictempei'.  W.     H.     U.  I JV*.j������  Increase In Live Stock  Alberta's cTa'cllcnt harvest is drawing a large number of landscckcrs,  many of whom arc purchasing- lan.d  with a view to breaking it up next  year for crop. The high price of  live slock, too, is attracting stockmen from all over the United ���������Slates  tu our \.u.-,di1 l.jjuii, vPiUi .i. xic.v; lo  placing cilllc and other live stock  upon il. The present indicatioiKS arc  lhal then- will bc a wonderful increase in live stock during tho com-  iiifif  year.  Portugal'*! Eccentricity  The myslcrtoun car.c of Portugal hi  cKclllng wonder. Shc has 42,000 hoI-  ���������lifi'i ftxtf.xtrri] in llu- wur In Frunrr,  and is training more to ������cnd there.  Yd film linn not asUod for an Anicil-  cin loan! Po'inibly it may be nn ;\m-  bitimi to appear rcccutrlc.���������Kantian  City Junta*!.  Married Three Birds ,, , ���������[.  Thc wife of a Methodist ���������minister  in West .Virginia has been married  three times. .Hcr maiden name was  FavLridp-e, hcr first husband was  named Robins, hcr second ' husband  Sparrow and thc present , Quail.;  There are two young Robins, one  Sparrow and three Quails in the family. One grandfather 'was. a Swan '��������� Siti'i'Xi^S^Y^k'qim'"  and another a Jay, but lie's dead now | h^m������ alonc���������Ncw. Xoilc bun. ,,  aud a bird of Paradise, They live on  Hawk avenue, Eaglcvillc, Canary Is-  laud, and the fellow who wrote this  is a Lyre and a member of thc family.���������Valley Enterprise.  Building yCarg% Vessels .yy -���������>;,; -^  The* United^Stalfes has l,()3o cairgc>  vessels building; fo.rVocean trafiic., At  the present rate of German submar-^  ine success it wouldV require i>ne.arl^;  two years to sink Vthefh allr, andV by  that time the shipyards of the allied  nations.would have launched thpu-  sauds' more.-���������Toronto Globe....  ,.,,.,  Catarrh Cannot lie Cured  with L-OCaL APPIjICATIONS, as ������hey  .annot reacli the seat of the disease. Catarrh  (s'**4 local disease,"'gt-'datly ihflufenccd By 'coii-'  ititutioual conditions, and in order to cure it  pou must takc.:a,n..internal remedy. Hall's  Catarrh Cure is taken internally and acts  through the blood oa the mucous surfaces  .*������f the system. Hall's Catarrh Cure'* wa3prc.:  *.cribed by one of the best physicians in this  country for. years. It is composed. -Of; some;  of the best tonics known, combined with  iome of the best blood purifiers. The per.  feet combination of the ingredients in Hall's  Catarrh Cure is what produces such wonder,  (ul results iu catarrhal conditions. Send for  testimonials, 'free..  F.  J.  CHENEY  &.CO.,  Props.,  Toledo.  O.  All Druggists, 75c. ... ---'v  IlaU's Fanuly. Pills for constipation.  Anyone Can Do This  A;   .y,ir^~~-^f V; -.   ;;,.'���������'  Overheated V%������use^ Mean   a -.V^ailte  of Fuel^ah^ Is Injurious-     iV  to Health  The  fuel    administrator .sttggesjS  that as ,,a...mea,suil:eV "pfV> -ojcq^ioi5piy^- ijn  thc use/-of cpal^Aiuqric^nsi Vriireduoe  the .temperature of their houses/ at  least five degrees this winter. .' The  AmcricaJn standard of artificial' heating is commonly said ..to be' abefut 70  degrees Fahrenheit',: aiid tliis IS' true  in Canada.    The English standard* is  62 degrees,    T|ic jCompl^irits^f Eijg^  lishmen in Aiiicrica    of   .overheated  houses and thc jpsts j6f, Amcric*ins in  Engltind at the chilliness indoors ajrc  well worn stories.    Climatic :. diffef-  en'c'cs  make \ identical heating standards unlikely arid  even  undcbit!ab1e.v;  Yet American houses arc  frequently  kept too hot, and not with a temperature of 70 degrees, but 72 and 75 decrees.. AVJh-in.Mr. Garficld^igcs ; 'ja  gcnertil* r-Sditptibn'of five > degrees it},  thc'tc'mpc'raftirc "of the average lionic  he jxsko us to bear no hardship  . or.  cych ���������"���������discomfort.    Mofet  medical  author! ticvS  would   enthusiastically, endorse liia;, utiggoB'tion-- oh grounds f of  A^UCUUVaiBJA&Xilir'MmAXLU-g (USUlUg  "saint soiOi'*  .mv  The M^taie^  ^X'T:P^^i0w  et  fm  *>>  : ;^������Dpy.i9 ^the^Vdhlys'-Cana-dian'l  maker of tlieae- tnatthes, every.!'  stick of which has been treated I  with a chemical solution which V  positively ensurea the matBhl  becomihjr s4������id:,5vr<jod;fpnSer--;it!'f  has been li-^hted    and I '��������� bios?*!.������������������*-  VWti'*'^ P,~ 'A^Pyy^������iP^iA:P&-TA^  Look for the -words "Cheiai-11  cally- self-extingmshin^on 19^V I  box. '    ' :-,;vI  ���������:������:<���������::. ���������:? ������������������.-���������"." ".-.��������� : -:A:irr:'-:A!rA--A'AA' :A'A>P''fAA'p!&?S::.^  mmmat**mmmmmmm*mmmm**mtmi^**mmmn*mj*mmmmm9  ���������. - -    ���������' "'.ryf-':,-'������������������:.  Future Demands Look Good ^  W. J. Black, Domihioii Comm|8r  siorier of Agriculture,. says that "^sijipj  the war began there were. 28,000,009 y  less cattle, 50,000,000 sheep and- ovel  30,000,000 less hogs in'the world; Tw.  result would bc, said Mr. Black, that  in the years after the war, the prieef  of meat' products and -������live stotf  ���������������/ouldV still^^naJin|high.f The farinj  .dfstv^-vi/er^ riot Predieiyiiifif pfriccs outjpl  proportion "' wlicn^' 'cdihifiarcd . wltl  Prices of otber products whichj thf  p;epple "wer^Vt^yl^'Si.       : '^'^'  Many mothers, have rrcaflon toViblc'ss  Mo their;; Graves' -AVJorm; Ex'termlhatoi',  because, it ha-j ycliryrd tho''iilt.fr onhs  of KuJTfcring anel imadc theni heilfltljy;  " "������������������"  " ,        ��������� ���������"i">>." - '   '���������   V  j.  British Columbia Log Production  The production of logs in thc VutVv  couvcr 'district of Brilisli Columbia  during the'month of August was ',12,-;  000,000 feet greater, than in thc corresponding ���������month of last year,1 says  a Vancouver report, Thcre'havc been  ni'uUt.'d iiic:rc;i^i.:s ;iH lli j c<tij;lj 1H17,  and the first eight months show a  total increase oi 86.815.1500, feet. According to Mr. Armstrong, Hccrctary  of thc British Columbia Loggers'  nnsoriatlon, thero is not likely lo bc  n Miortage of lumber, nllhougli the  demand ia Increasing.  the  ���������ft  painty, icri$p MAp  sotja^ra^^ eithe*  plain ov with just  a little salt to give  them added zest*  FAIRY bi3cuit$  are now packed in  cairdhoaifcl jcavt6n������  instead of tins���������a mv\  ing to you, yet with  bur modem method^  of distribution  thoy roach  you   with  jr*-**������ ������-. ���������*>*���������. *ml*>at **#������. *<���������!���������% *  ness became  tliey come di*  rect from th������  oven to yoUf  Moat Grocm fotim lAeni���������  nit can gel them.        c������   i  ��������� ���������    tm m a.      m,     i  Customer���������Which     way    to  hosierv department, please? _ _  Shopwalker ,an   cK-floluicr)r-KiKiit i nortn������lVCStt oiscuii: ���������o������������AAiaii������u  turn at thc; next    aisle, sir, forward , SUmttivloa, At-tu  tihont twenty pacm, le.1t oliliqu������r, lor-  -."���������i.J.1  :s?.  wurd, left turn, halt, and it's there.���������  Judtfc  i**m  wawESSSwBSmMmil  ���������naiaHM I$*S������*s><i!sf  MM&Ti'f,  mm  rv  s������86*3^^^ '  ;<.vc*&  ���������i if^tjftSS������  ,, ������������������%'..,...,  aJIJ.I J^J iJfa(aBlp*B*WWBW%ittWi  ADVANTAGE NOW ON THE SIDE OF THE ABLIES  No ?R������!aisstion of Militar-jr Effbrt C2an Be eontempirated While the  G^inani G<^ All the Energies  7  1''  1*j  ������., ���������  r  Thi-sV'-wa^'v'they;ral!ying:y..cry.j'or' thev  British; premier at- aV meeting' inVLon-  .don ori Thursday last��������� 'Concentrate  upori^ictory!^  cd force:-y-eCt':'1 a;''time,:whenVtheVdistrac-\  tions:.o������ internal problems incident fo  the war threaten to divert: the attention of y Canada frbur her,; supreme  taskiVtlic plantingyofVthe flag OiPLibr  crty ori; the;; ruins: oi - despotic militar-.  ism; VVAt the time Mr; Lloyd George  was speaking the: guns of V Flanders  were thundering their    approval    of  iSS^dSiBiiy^iil  .:\:w r:���������;���������������������������; :rl  NUMBER T#P-  "Farmer,; Merchant ;*md V Banker���������  those are Vthe; three strong pillars;; of  the Country town Viand district/' said  Mr. Debcred. V ��������� "Neither can stand  alone,, arid ho two remain if the third  be withdrawn;" ;V;VV A',''>������������������--V'--'  y ,'Take the: allies as a whole, includ-  ingVAmerica, whose coiitribution a to  the common, stock becomes every  month a factor in the growing quiet-  ride^suiryey the ���������r,eiatiye powers of  endurance of the two sides; measure  them by any standard, naval, military  or economic, and after you-- have  made allowances for every dubious  or hazardous Contingency, even for  the temporary paralysis of Russia, as  an aggressive force, can there be  doubt that the mate'ria!4 no less than  E GERMAN  ������ EXTERN!  GOMI^ERGIAL VULtURES ARE AlLSO RESP^if SIbM  his cali'to the; allied peoples to con-j the moral, preponderance rests man  >.������j^.j;. ���������:..;���������_��������� -~.i~x~~.. itftf.xt,r   ������..J       :��������� __i i���������       'xt.       _-_  centrateupon victory,  The  carrying oh  of the war is  a  '   duty that transcends: all questions of  national iriiport.    It is    a   necessity  imposed upon riiatioris that value their  spiritualVheritage and .which are tr'aly  ��������� loyal VtoV the fundamental veritiesV of  life arid progress. ���������>'' The nation or  people that elects to shirk the -perils  and the sacrifices Of a defensrve war  in which life and honor and civilization itself are at stake; has pronounced its own doom. Never in the  world's history has the issue been  so clearly defined; never in her past  career- has- Canada espoused, a cause  with greater certainty that Right is;  on lier side^ Varying motives sway  the allied nations! in their fight with  Germanyy but all are -united by/ a  common'*-' danger to nationalV/security.-  Togefher they stand; divided- they  fall, iit is this common ground of  quarrel with Germany s that :,; makes  peace impiossible.whi particu-  "   lar aims of any of the��������� allied nations  , remain' unsatisfied. German states-,  me ni have; endeavored to disseminate  the Vfalse notion: that:the war. VconV  tiriues in orderto satisfy the ambi-  ,   tior.sof "Great Britain; that Russians.  French7 and   .Italians    are  .shedding  - their^ blood in vain to satisfy British  greed arid; aggraridizement.   But yMr.  Lloyd George, has> .been    quick Vto  -    point to the real, cause bf^ the contin-  ,nance of the war:.the declaration of  the "German foreign ; ^secretary    that  Germihy- would ��������� never  .contemplate  , the riiakirig of concessions to France  tespcCtingVy ���������������������������'.��������� Alsace-Lorraine;^      ;The  X^ritisHVprcsmier hasyriiade it clear that  * not; -Belgium ������ orily*^ but a Alsace-Lor-  raihe . riiUst  be  unconditionally ;. sur  ifestly and    increasingly    with    our  cause?".. ..y.  With this preponderance .of military power'on our side, there is only  one way to minimize the; horrors of  /war and to" hasten^ the coming of  peace. Canada must concentrate upon victory. AU tl������s energies of the  nation must be directed to the one  great purpose that stirs *thc pulse Vbf  free men. Victory is not to be won  by the utterance of pious platitudes  and the concentration of the national  mind on internal affairs. Canada's  outlook is across theVseas,. where her  ^rave troops areVbattlirigVibt victory.  "Over them hangis the dust of death,  .   beside -thiein TP V '* TyA  The dead lie countless*--aiid theVfoe  laughs:,stills-Toronto Globe.  ���������7--' -     --"  ' 11   ���������"  ' "      '  -     ���������"' "V  Forestry Operations .���������';' ���������r;p.������  ���������:.;: r-,.; ^ Wheii -vWa-r is -O ver  Fiurope and America    Must    Adopt  .-���������;;.-   Scientific Reforestation  Principles.  Canada alone has sent more than  10,000 men overseas in forestry battalions'.'* Besides; many men already  overseas have been formed into forestry companies. These facts alone  show the importance of an adequate  supply'bf timber for. military operations. ' -  These foresters are working V in  both England and France. While  exploitation is the" first consideration  in ihey cutting, operations to supply  the timber so urgently-- needed in  modern,   trench warfare,    the inter-  re-^dered::bythe,-Teutori^> France: has Nsts of the future are being ; consid-  made'^cblo'ssal'-vsa'crific'es' to maintain   ered, so far as practicabl  ������ A:,:rt' ������������������r--,.^:-,1r^::/rAArA������f---:-'-rttL'':^,AiA^i-'---:LmrA' "��������� rrvu*r:' ^.^xxi-L ��������� 1 ���������^���������-���������'���������/~.AJi-fr  her-*flag; inVEurope.V She never .can  feel: safe against attack in the future  while Gcrinari ytrbops hold her lost  piovinces. To the insolent challenge  "of Gerihany the British nation replies with war and: more ��������� war, until,  as Mr. Lloyd George declares,  France has "redeemed her oppressed  children from the degradation of a  foreign yoke."   ������������������"-���������....," ,������  Mr. Asquith was equally emphatic  that no relaxatiori of -military effort  can be contemplated, while,, the German government. remains obdurate.  While the desire for peacc^at any  price is spreading,, among the Ger-  .mari,. people, there- are no signs of  reasonable- comprbiriise; on the part  of the kaiser and his advisers, who  have tried to "sow discord between  Britain and France. Mr;#. Asquith  says:; .."������������������ - -   .���������  "German diplomacy is not celebrated for deftnes-3,, but even iit- -its.  analysis it will be difficult to find a  more clumsy or, more transparent  manoeuvre than this maladroit attempt to sow discord between ourselves arid our French allies. Von  Kuchlmariii relegates the Belgian  question to a secondary positfon.  "I have formerly asked whether  Germany was ready to restore , Belgium iu the only real sense acceptable to the allies, biit I havc received, no answer, and von Kuchlmann,  who can bc boisterously definite and  precise concerning Alsace-Lorraine,  preserves regarding Belgium an unbroken biit significant silence."  It is Germany lhat blocks thc road  lo peace. The advantages arc now  oil the side of the allies. Of this  there is no longer any doubt. On  this point it is well to recall thc  words of Mr. Asquith in his speech  ou Thursday:  The cutting in Cireat Britain is,  however, so close that the satisfactory re-establishment of the forest  can be expected only as a result of  extensive planting operations. It is  even now being urged that definite  plans be formed at once for the systematic reforestation of the large  areas of non-agricultural lands in  Great Britain that will have been  despoiled of their forest for war  purposes. ' Undobutedly, the present  situation will greatly stimulate the  adoption of a broad-gauged policy of  governmental forestry in Great Britain-after thc war.  t In France, heavy cutting of timber for war purposes has also taken  place. France, however, unlike Great  Britain, has for many years pursued  a systematic policy.of scientific forest fnanagcrherit, including reforestation. Her forests have suffered sc-  yerely^ ajs a result of war operations,  both by the allies and the enemy,  but it will be accepted as a matter of  course that this damage will he repaired after the war, through systematic planting, as rapidly as Circumstances will permit.      ,  In Canada, the war has thrown a  greatly increased burden upon our  forests, particularly-those suited for  the manufacture,pf pulp and paper.  The puipwood supplies of the Eastern States arc becoiriing rapidly xlc-  pletcd, and it becomes of.the greatest import.nnce to Canada that the  productivity of hcr forest, areas be  retained, so that, for all time to come,  successive crops of timber may bc  harvested from the vast areas of non-  agricultural lands-V This means increased efficiency in forest fire pro-  Icction, toward which wc havc an excellent beginning, but with the p;onl  still far in advance. It means also thc  adoption of stricter regulations governing cutting.  Only by thc adoption of these  measures can our forests be made  to contribute their proper' tharo to-  vard Lhc payment of the great war  debt with which thc country will bc  confronted, while at tlic sanw time  playing their full part in'.the industrial and social development of the  Dominton.���������C.L,  ���������"���������"Well," Mr-; Debcred," said Dan  Brodie, .after the banker had finished  telling of the wonderful '*' prosperity  brought to the country towns and  their tributary districts in Hampden  County, Mass., by 1.0G0 business men  and farthers, who. joined forces in  order to develop their mutuial interests and to circulate their wealth: at  home instead of investing it in distant cities through the medium : of  mail order houses; "your, address  makes me think of what the darkey  said when asked what he thought  of the new preacher: "Why that ar  new preachah bf ourn, he axes the  Lawd foh moh things than that oder  preachah kriowed He had.';"--  :'"....'.'I didn't know;" continued Dan,  after the laugh had subsided, "that  such things "had ever been; done.  There's one truth can be said about  Starcross and district, we've taken  such hard times as have conic bur  way lyirigVdown, and have never  sampled what a little co-operation  might do."      ���������  "Well," said Mr. Debcred, speaking  very deliberately, "Western Canada  is, at last waking up to the fact tnat  only by co-operation betw'een farmer, banker and merchant, the three  classes most -actively engaged in the  developmerit of our great ���������; country,  and with most at stake, can we combat and overcome those evil influences , that threaten today to wreck  bur country towns, isolate and impoverish our farmers and deprive  them, their wives and children, of  all? .'that riiakes life worth living,  those social and educational advantages to which they are so fully entitled. Of those influences that have  done so much tb paralyze .the prosperity of Western Canada, the most  deadly of themr all is the money  sent out of the town for merchandise which should be bought at home.  The biggest business in the "country  is being done by firms who do not  pay a cent in taxes. And every cent  of tax that they escape is added to  the taxable property of the West,  and you and I have to pay it. But  we can co-operate arid arm ourselves  against mail order invasion, as other  towns are starting out to do. Let us  put Starcross in the- forefront of this  movement, and help, blaze,, the trail.'.  "That's all very well gentlemen,"  spoke up a weather-beaten old-timer,  Torn Russell by name, a crony of  Joe sPiggett's. "Swat these houses  all you like. I've no use fpr /em������������������  never had. But I'm going to tell yon  that not the, country store,-but thy  Farmers' Co-operative store is the  proper medicine for us farmer fellows. We got to protect ourselves  and we've proof enough already that  when we buy co-operatively, wc buy  afc a price that makes you country  merchants giddy to look down at, its  so far below the best you can quote  us for the same goods."  More than one farmer murmured  assent to. this statement and Mr.  Debcred felt that this question which  he knew was bound to arise soonci  or later, might very well wreck and  shatter the movement for a better  Home Town, unless it were handled  with considerable caution and tact.  Like many another man, hc also realized intuitively that thc good ship  "Reform"'which he essayed to pilot  through the difficult and stormy waters of Prejudice and Established Cus-  toni, ever needs a resolute hand at  the liclm if she is to reach her goal;  "I arii not wishing to belittle the  Farmers' Co-operative movement,  gentlemen," thc banker 'asserted.  "But I do say that the. operations of  such associations, arc necessarily restricted and only aitccta small minority of our country population. To  deal with them is a luxury that only  well-to-do and long-established fanners can afford, since such associations only sell their merchandise for  tbrd v Robert Cecil/Brid  J;<^eTsi^  Deal vWith Financial Intes-este Whte^  I  KtiCAX* liwu Xtit'tynii  Jlalifu*, N.O.  '���������Afcotit *lcht ������non������lii������ xitgit, I *reiu! your  "  sment In owe of |1i������Tii*iHfn* tuipirr*  M Ircfi unraple or Ohi I'lll* for tlte  *A**itlltatncnt  KMmys.  Xlinil lioenn'tiinrtyrtovy  HM0   ttlltllH  llCtOM   til*  llJJCt.      llrli  eaifllohi.  ore 1 luid  yinlfinni tlir Hum ook ������ founri myttttt ittner.uy  rccfiou. pain."       Vouru ulucercly,  'Nm������.)JiN������l'riict,  #WHM 11 limSm\mtmmXm*mm**m*m1l***m*t*m������**M*m*  W.     Um     U.     H83  War Memoriols for .Canada  It in announced through thc Mil-  i'irv d^p^rlmmt nt. 0'.*v\vn, l!i:,t 1h<.  Canadian War Records office in  London, of which Lord Bcavcibrook  is the head, has accumulated ahout  fifty thousand dollars from thc sale  of such booka as "Canada hj Flanders" and "Canada in Khaki" and thc  official photographs taken at lhc  front. This money, it in r.talcd, will  go to thc Canadian War Mcniorialn  fund, thc purpose of which in lo por-  ,/J.I.JJ..l\.       j-JJC,        ^iMSJ.IIf.J. J.JI V^.t II.MIIilll-'  who took part in the war hy the erection of iv.ojiUUiCrtti, ������J',d tlu: ilii������-  tiibuliou of oi> - prfiniingii bearing on  the great MH-ujrfjJfle. throughout th������*  ' Dominion,  BAD CASE ECZEMA  Relief Instantaneous, Healed  With 3 Cakes of Soap and  2 Boxes of Ointment.  4,1 was very much annoyed by an  Irritation; on my back.    1 found out I  ^m.m^     had a bad case of erzpmn.  -y \     My back w.11 iii a vory bar!  Hhapo, and my clothing  ���������Irritated .������������������o-ihat tlio skin  became very ������ore. 1 sent  forCuticuni Soujj and Ointment. 'Relief wan IriHtaiN  Kuicouj' und with thc uac of  three c.iltc-i of Cuticura  JJoap and   two  boxnu of  Ointment I wan hrjdfd."   (Signed)   11.  V, Grosch, Y. M. C. A., St. C������thcrinci.  Ont, July 4, 1917.  for hair nnd ������kln health Cuticura  Hoap and Ointment arc supreme.  Fi������r fr"r*e 8Atti|>U KmeH by M������tl nd.  drcBii poBt-ciird:   "Ciitleur������i, D#pt. A������  II<������*lewj,"1T,'fll, A.      Hold everyiv!;crc.  caish. If you look at an official map  of Canadaj containing-- - the" Peace  River couritry "and other gigantic  northern territories which in course  of ."time, will" as surely be reducedVby  the discs and the plow as our own  lands here around us have been re-  dttcedi and made" to, yield crops  equally as, abundant, you will then  realize gentleriieri, that the settled  districts of Western Canada, as compared to our stupendous and -undeveloped * empire to. the north, resemble nothing more than a postage  stamp ; gummed pn the foot of the  map.- It is- notyto the Farmers' Cooperative societies that the couritless.  armies of labor will look for-.'help���������������������������  the men who come to till and cultivate and reclaim the yet uricoriquered:  lands of this great west. For a; hiin-;  dred years to come,- their standby,  will be the country merchant, .the.  private trader who will follow them  into the wilderness they have come  to reduce, who will giye them credit'  to carry them over their bad times,  help to build them churches and  schools, minister to their needs in a  thousand ways, and market their produce. In this great work, Farmers'  Go-operative associations will not  figure at all, for they only profess to  be of service to those who have survived the years of struggle and hardships, and^who at'.last have come  through with money enough in the  bank to pay them cash!"    ,  "Well, T do believe," said Al Uppinthyme, "that most of us, when we  think: of those striiggling days years  gone by, when the local stores carried us over our cashless times,  would prefer to trade with our neighbors here, and pay cash too,'if they  showr its. anything like a right and  proper service."  "My feeling is," said Joe Piggett,  "that the Farmers' Co-operative associations could best help us fellows  by taking hold of problems like the  hired labor question, the fixing of a  standard, wage for skilled and unskilled labor���������a reasonable wage that  wouldn't break the farm err���������the marketingof pur grain arid stock, etc.  s-They could, be of real use to us  .along., thoseyylines, bvtt they'll never  amount toVairiythirig: as storekeepers,  selling pins and -buckets, ladies jaiaists  arid lollipops." V    :  "Wc ain't afraid of Farmers' Cooperative stores cither," said Bill  Harvey. "Your association has given you good value in one or two  lines, and the cash you've paid for  them has meant that we havc had to  give yoh just that amount of credit  on other goods you've bought locally���������not - a fair deal. I say. However,  there arc hundreds of lines of goods  your association can't handle, and  never will handle and supposing you  could' retail them right here in Star-  cross, it's precious slim business your  salaried storekeeper would do on a  cash basis, even iu this district, settled  for'twenty' years' or more."  "And a good thing for tlic country  that the path of the co-operative  stores is inevitably a rugged and  thorny one," said Mr. Debcred. "For  such shops would h������ave thc same paralyzing effect 011 the Home Town as  ficc-booting ni'iil order competition.  It would kill private enterprise which  has been the. inspiration of all thc  best and boldest'development in thc  world, it-would banish our best citizens, turn every town'into a petty  socialistic trading, centre, and soon  wc should aii become.-just-about, as  ambitious and ilfcrycsccnt as the  stalest      slough. No,     the-    fact  is undeniable that thc three elements  of progress and true development in  Western Canada, arc farmer, - banket'  and merchant, working together for  lhc mutual' welfare of each and all.  Every future development, in our history will ti.-ach u.-> lhat one ivcl and  3rou will find that by and by mail  order competition and co-operative  tiadc will bc ejected from our system as unnecessary foreign elements  injurious to our best development.  Farmer, merchant and banker, those  arc the three strong pillars of country town and country district. Neither can stand alone, and no two remain if the third be withdrawn. We  mny not all see thi:; at first, but if  we all work together for a little  space, put all our shoulders to ^ lhe  same wheel, help each other fioctally,  ' agriculturally, and commercially, wc  shall liiwl tli-ii we have such a mortgage on Prosperity, that it ean never  git  away  from  us' again."  lieiitlemen," .'-aid Dan  llrodie, no*  V Discussing^ t������e possibility :fp^  nianent peace "after. the,VV wai������P:T]ZpinTM  Robert Cecil, minister Of    |M6jC^iiaei0  told the Associated Press thatV-ViheTp  United   States,', Great   Britain^ yVsmd V-  France must find-some way of extern  minating the German war baron class' /  which finds war a profitable business  arid, spends its peace time energy in; :  inciting: wan_.'' /,   ;V  '".:' "The central, ypowers vhave VljeehV "���������  kept in the war so long," said. Ijordv  AvGuert,   'hot niefcly by ine German  military caste but    by    the    classes V-  who iget rich out V of war-rthe y vul*  tures. of commerce and industry. The  military caste of Germany we   shall V  convince by force of arms, but   the  commercial vultures ;we must attack  in their pockets; and teacht them that  war isr not: a prOfitableVbfUsmess.  "That is partl^ the btwiness of the  blockade, but a blockade by itself  will not do everything; V; We must go ���������  further and cuti off; the overseas  branches Of the^  far East, South America and elsewhere. The American 'Trading with  the Eneniy Act,'is admirably conceived for the purpose of cramping  this business, but more must still be  done. These vultures cannot carry  on without relations outside of Germany. . The great source of their  power has been their financial cori-  nectioris: with neutrals. V Without financial connections they loseV credit  and without credit they; are done;V V  "New York has    enormous   international financial    strength,   ;so has  London,   and   sO Has Paris.   I -fion't  know exactly hpw this    power   can .  be applied to the question under consideration,    but I   am anxious    that  the   matter:  should   be confined :3ttV  ,those centres.   Surely our combined V  financial      strength   is sufiicient   to  smother these international vultures  if we act together." -P'TITA'-_'  ������������������-t'S&'rX'VS&i.  PMm$m*  '���������A$i^i^m  V/-"--.'-''-V5-^-&S8  ''r,A;?i\K&&<m  ,: ���������.K:-;,-^Vi't:v^5tS;K  -"-���������'. -' ���������:." U'''*&iH'Aftt,S;S  V-V-iaHi!H  AAmmmm  ApApsmim  Fight Against ,Weviip[|  No Time to Think of ReW tJntiLthe  ...:��������� War Is Over.-V...;.  We must fight against -weariness.  It is unworthy of us.V We must neitli-?  er^writei nor talk; nor think fVsbotity  being weary tiUw^JHaye  wan V We at home have one\Pclear ���������  dutyi namely, to support by every  means in our power moral and matf  terial, our sons, y who Bare Vbiparing  themselves so heroically before the  enemy. They are not^weary, arid we  have no right to be weary either.  "We are at the parting of the ways."  One road leads to victory, the other  to defeat. These are the only two  roads open to us, and we have got  to choose between them. AH talk  about a third road through Sjock-  liplm, Rome, or elsewhere is a dc������  vice of the enemy to save his own  neck. Weariness won't help us ia  victory. Courage, resolution, endurance will. Did Pitt tire afte* Aus-  tcrlitz, or Wellington after Burgos?  Nay, but arc the French tiring now?  Bleeding from every pore, they are  facing the foe with the' heroism of  men who arc out to win.-r-London  Observer. X  "Waste not, want not" is a wealth  of wisdom in tabloid form.  ��������� '-.:,���������. AArTPPZfd.  ' ���������; '������������������^,.V,;:-,'rr-j:'^2-^fti  ��������� \ :--'PP'-Ps^P^  s'VV3?pf|i  ::,A<rp!Asmk  AArAA^SPM  'AATASM*  viSM  -��������� ��������� ���������; v. *-���������;���������:-.'-���������'*',,jj^  PPfP0M  viirfi  r.AA:'Ps^Bi  --'���������ArJrAA$&������  pM(^S\  TPpmrW3lk  y&SigssiskssBaa  ^m'Mmsmm  ���������������������������-:.-.-y.;-?j'^5"-jW'Rj|  .   -: 'i''-ysA?.%*S*|3  ''A-PzTpPii$m  :��������� -���������Ss-V.t'^SvftS  TpT^ptfgfyh  .-Ar'A-A^Pem  a)a: r^Apm  MOTHERHOOD  WOMAN'S JOY  . ������n    ������������������M.������������������  Suggestions to Childless  . ���������; r::S>::yy'ArM  ���������'A'-:X&0m  P-APTP0������  -Vy^Hlp.  -���������visa  -Sill  -���������rrr.AAA'l'wm  . -.y'.s-y,.iii."*}!  'T'.TPPPPm  TAr#$$M  ,'''  ��������� .-���������' ���������������������������',i,.*y.\w>  ���������TTPM  - !.',''>>������  ���������"'-I'l  "���������'������������������Aa t  P'T'Mi  A Ay,'.*  1  a lillh:  i-iilhused  l.^y  the b.ink������������������. r'������ ;n>  j'l'Wi,    '"j     i-(.-;irvr     mis    lliiic    Ji'J>       HO,'.'  come when we can' form a leatrue of  fanner:, and nin . h.tiit:., 'and their  wives and children too, and line up  a definite plan oi campaign, with t\lr.  Debcred's help."  "There'!i r.nou;;li of lift here," mild  Jnelc Dcrrb'1;, "to ;idvei\\nr the movement throur.'liout our rnlirc district.  'A'hy not call a meeting for next Sat-  urdriy evcrhi;*"?"   ind i-veryone agreed  ' "S.iy," llill." s:iii| Dun, ai liii v\������h  ioi.t 1'j)|>iii:t{ <>iii oi' hi* .s|iacinu^ parlor, "wl������en we. had thut lirnt talk  iil.out o.,r TIoiih' 'I'own, it look ft ;tt,  if ti.. -><:ot.d something, don't it?"  vvomena  Among: tho virtues of ILydift B.  Pinkham's Vcgetablo Compound i������ th*  ability to correct sterility in tho  cases of many women. This fact If  woll established aa evidenced by tho  following letter and hundreds of other*  we have published in these columo.  Poplar Bluffy Mo.���������"I .want othe*  -women to know what a blending Ivydla  E. Pinkhamr8 Vege*  table Compound hu������  boon to me. Wa  had alway������ wanted  a baby in our homti  but 1 waa in poor  health and not able;  to do my work. My,  mother and hni't  band botii urgcNcI ma,  totryLydlaK.PinW  ^S^^^S^viWJ  pm  AA  .'Al':  '���������'���������"I* I  Ml  :T;p\Pjim/p^TPtt:.J totryLydio  .' li. ''iliu-.-liift.   Hiw   h������:  ham'a  Vegetable  I d((S  ao, tny bcolth lm������'  Sroved and! I ������m now the mother of ������'  no baby girl and do all tnf own bouao  workj,M-Mr*. Alma H. Tmmm, 2Xf  Almoti^ Bt, Pepljr Blnff, Mo.   Ih many oUt-nr homei, once chlldlent/  thore are new children bocauso of tha  ract tnat i^yom Jt;. rinicnam'ja veuetabio  Compound mak������������ women normal;  b������������������ilihy and ���������tron*  , Wrlie to th* LydU E. Pinkham Medi.  rAna Co,, Lynn. Mi������.-������������., for ad*rf���������������!f  will it* c������������fld*nil*l aad iwlpfal.  nn  aaarn':',  m������m*mmmmi*  1 1 ''.Z^viflnf^vi^v.,  SV'rr,S':Sr:tA-^AA  WA&JxWrPA'.."'  m!0^AAa^P^A:  -Pf"r~-:w?!-'vy'-.y  T?e*'?:'<-r>--:* ���������'������������������':���������;'  mWfAATA  0AAAAA-:   '  ������m.  ���������es&s  ������&$������%%&  *&5"K  IS  *8P������  M&  m*  m  ���������WW  lily  mm  mm  P  I**  &l  '���������a*-!  ft*  Ii#ilst������  i^i^iNSiHi^^i^  ������w  ?#iji*.V'-l:*  m  ^bI^on  S'^esHs^  X'-'JlT'-TJ���������.  rafe  l&i/i^  $sii*-&2$s  ���������S"}'  ii=  vA.">  IIP  ^fis  %m  ;iptM  5*1  mm  SS  I'S  mm  ������m������m^i  mmimm  mrm^smmmMmxWi^^^^mm^  ijfefcs  ���������f>isisi  'V  W young   weaned  calyes;    also    yearlings.     C   Blair,  Erickson. * '-���������;,.-'  For Salk���������perfection Oak No. 1 6*  coal stove, V g^od ���������Vas new;'.''������������������ Apply  Auditorium,'Cteiston. : V     ^ V ;  WANTEb���������jSimited supply" of clean  cotton rags, free of buttons, at Ore&.  ton Auto & Supply CJo.V ^  Miss McKay arrived . froxuf Ainsworth on Tuesday.��������� on. a yisit lq.;her  sister, Mrs. D. I^artabnth   "V  Perby , VH-^dfpeo,    wlib-."   ha������ .been  working at Macleod*>jAlta.';' for-*-the*/  ; past few months, returned to Oreston.  on Friday.  Pratt's    Stock   Food���������Tone    your  stock and j"������oulti-yu^  unction,   shv sale at 'Creston   Auto  & Supply Co.  Wednesday morning had the real  winter flavor, -and -the ^rost was on  the window. The mercury registered  ten above zero.  Miss Goodwin of Toronto arrived on.  Tuesday afternoon, and will   be the  finest of: her sister,  Mrs. J. W. Dpw  ov a few weeks.  We have opened our  line which was imported from Japan, consequently the line is  complete* and prices  are lower than any  ever shown in Greston.  Call and inspect for  self, early, while line is  complete.  V  GrestonDrug  Phone 67  CRESTON  Is there any  Meat in  the  House?  This is the first question that presents itself  to the housewife if an  unexpected visitor drops  in for a meal.' Bnt why  worry ?  Shamrock Brand  Hams and Bacon  Finest  Quality  Cooked Ham  Lunch Meat  Bologna, &c.  ure always to be had  here, tn meats nothing  quite equals 'Shamrock'  products.  P.  BURNS  & CO., Ltd.  The hustle is on already for costumes foi*vthe;vnii*sq������emdc3y?b^ll ;o#  New Yearns eveY; "which- thei Creston  orchestra-is. puttijpgbn. -rPrpT.PPaTa...  The  vital staWstiips for N0"������^  show  three ? births  and  one  death;  There .ysras'ValKdluiS^iy no demand ait  alitor TOa,f������age*^iceirees.  A,p:3?or^ f$&y :0v$im '���������- Vhiasquerade ��������� v?  ^���������teU^e^^e^ja^Or;  Any person <V  wishing to rent costume call at  Eirugstprs and pick out the one  Vyoudesirev'  ^'F^feft^^  road engineer fori West Kootenay,  ���������wasV here oirrT^iiradayV a^  y^tigatinigtheEooteriay Biver Ferry  removal',��������� question, aiid hadPn busy  time of it looking the river over vand  interviewing; ��������� the yaribus , parties  .interested*-:--'A:��������� V;VV' aTaa'PT       :"PP<-''PP  ioiPGTi &t least the: l������r? sestet  Mrs. E, Botterrill left On Saturday  fbr iRnch--*^^  will visitfriends for;a coupj������o| weeks,  Mij. VBotteMlK being in ciK&rge of an  elevatbrat($h$t point.  The attendance at Oreston school'  for November got down to IIS pupils.  Miss Faulkner'a^^ room leading with  3& sThe IIS pi^ils aifeevehl^divided,  59 each of girls aiid boys.*  Mrs. G. G. Bennett ia a Cranbrook  visitor this: week. Her sister, Mt������s  Fldi-enceVEneksbh, has ;|t������st returned  Mtw two,; years: ^wftrk;-overseas 'with  the St. John's Ahibulahce Corps.  "Sleighingis here to stay- vMinost  six inches Of sn-Ow arrived On, Tui^day  morning and.-was Vslightly-.'-reinj^rs^  by another ^g yesterday,   t^fe^ear  cWP*%  gum������'  factbry Voire* ?VtbtaU pa^ehtte tipv*tth<������  cause for *twel^y^  $2,017.80, as compared V^itK:V $1,904.60  ial8l8.; -The Jgqod worWv*wll cdntihtiel|  foif-���������another'yyear,andvgnai^ ������������������������������������ ���������-���������>������������������-���������������������������-->��������� y-----'- -.-'������������������ i-^-^y^jy--;-;- ���������-- ----- -���������v,-...-.,-������?^^l  iirged to continue their Vcbiotttbvitibns VVVln Jspitej of Vi-afcherVlshort notice, t.'M/0kM$ji  *i^'������rt������������������ii:���������K^^:ja4������������������;^Kfe:^^fi1���������?���������;;Kfta'*n������';*rt^ ;V?5������fl:J?������!i^Kl������-'������'r������Hfe";ft;-^',..nri  ;i92Sd^ind^ai:be(ei  ���������ttbouVw#e'iw;;tM3itj^njB:......,     ...   ,.���������   ..  call 1909 in the Cresfcon Valley will  remember Pte. Crawfbrdj vwho wiasla  !i^ideht^fCrest6p^^jth^^i^  veniberl6th.  tamr  iy-i^Ttry.  There will be morning arid evening  sei-vice ih Christ Church on Suudav.  A pastoral letter from Bishop DhttU,  iii^ging the onitcd ^ suppbrt of all  Anglicans to the Unionist Qovern-  ment will be i*ead.  Nurse Amy Ebbutt, ~who has spent  the past two weeks here''-with her  parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. G:. Bbbiitt,  recuperating after an operation for  appendicitis, returned to duty at Nelr  son hospital on Monda*'.  J. H. Schofield, M.P;P., Trail, was  a Creston visitor on Friday last; and  occupied aw seat on the. platform -at  the "CTnionist meeting that evening,  j He looks for a very substantial  majority for R. F. Green on the I7th.  I The deputy returning -officers Vfor  the pending election wereahhonhced  Wednesday. W. B. Embifee will be  in chaise of the voting in West Creston, and F. H. Jackson in East Creston. Polls open at .9 and * close at 5  p.ni.  Trade   has   its  Tuesday night  Creston Board of  IJecember session on.  next. ... Ths treasurer is anxious to  have all outstanding dues paid this  month, and members ih arrears will  confer a favor by liquidating on this  occasion.  . The weather report:for*November  shows the Valley-to have experienced  a very ideal month indeed. The cook  est we had it was 18;above zei*o on the  21st. and the most salubrious day of  tbem all was the 4th, when -the tne'r-  enry got up to 54.     /  Creston is due to Welcome-home la  couple more returned heroes any day  now. Both. Ptes. Russell Leamy and  Basil Kier have landed in Canada,  but no definite news has cbm'e that  they have as yet been given leave arid  haye started for home.     ���������  The casualty list which appeared on  Friday shows the name of Pte. Fred  Hurry among the wounded.. Advice  by wire is to the effect that the injury  is to the arm, and that it is serious.  He was slightly wounded in the same  member four months ago.  Fred C. Mpffatfc, Nelson, returning  oflflcerfor West Kootenay was a Creston visitor on Tuesday, consulting  with the enumerators and deputy, returning officers for the coming  election. There are 113 polling places  in the.riding for this election.  much Other traffici was handled that  month.-AWith': the= heavyVhay ihififciil-  and the activity in post making lieross.  the VKoOtehfeiy "the hextT-t^yxf'.irionths^  promise,tohe equally active.  The Preiibyberian;ni-'mse.Vwap the  jsce^eiv;--oiT:':#Vyi^i^iV^iofc- wadding oh  Wednesday^^ eyening,^^ when Bey. G;.  9. ��������� Woojdv4h������ted; invjri*r.*rihge Mv, >  MerfcWMeCttll&iigh find Miss Bertha  McClelland, daughter V of Mrs. Ike  Eewis of Sirdar. They will niake  tljeir home here for the present  at  'loagjL ���������' .A'  The slight fall of ^b^ ori Thui-sday!  night. was taken aayanl%b of with  considerable^suOcesCbiv^^Vlbciil hunters  nn  Satiiirdrtyi vonvwiScjndsiy George;  Jieridteti '��������� imd; Vvic^rifcicipal Sihith  bothhad tfee^goOdv Itiek to bag ������ deer.  Oh Monday sGeb. M&wsb*eVfcfrought in  et, beauty froni v. Arrbw Crebfc, which  dressed 225 pbrinds. ..-..������������������_  V The Methodist Young People's Association will hold the weekly meet- t  ing in the church ob Moiidity next, in-;  stead of' .Tuesday, at V8 p.m.. ;Thitt;  meeting will take the form Of a debate  on, the subject, Resolved; "That the  winning of the;war- is.;.^tlijS" niain issue  before? the���������;'-VCtthaUah'vpe"opje/,'.--.vThei''  debators are,'tiffirmkfcive, Jas. Adlai'd;  negative, B/B. Staples.       .;���������"������������������>-  Messrs. Forrester, JficksoiVy "and  Hamilton, who have been .fitting;as:  the exemptions tribunal y under the  Military Serviee Act concluded their  labors,...oni:vSiiturday last. jAllVVtbid-  they were called upon ;,to... ad j udiciiteV  on 33 c^es,:l4of which: wereXJl^i'l'A;  men, arid to ;:W  ary exemptions we***0;,;giye"n',r.-:'^th-,,'bf<  which expire! in January.     ;VVV -���������  p.  The Women's .Institute V^ave the  final meeting.pf the y^ar;yqiiv JJ'riday  ; aft^rhboriyrifi^J;. .The- anhs't! importari t  item of business will he fche^ nomination of directors, who will be balloted on at the annual 'gathering in  January, ��������� This meeting is'the.;,Qnarr'  terly social session' as well arid the.:  junior members are;.:gettitfgV up it  .pi"bgrathmo, and wiirValso serve i-e^  ���������freshm'erits.- "'.,,���������: a/"-'a::T:'PP VV   ���������--,':������������������>.-  arid Thbs^Crawfb  the: latter ^rij^,|he  brother, *f^e^Aiffe  Crawford, had beeri Vwbririded in the  ^Httnig1ih'Fi*������ii*ijevti^vmradi^^^b^  yemher and had been jidiriitted to the  nbVpltiil"^t Winereux',   ;pte. Crawford"  enlisted Vfrom VBlairmbreV with  the;  yVI,lSagrc6������^.S    llip[Slli,-.aMU    xii.mxi������x,t.-i:-, .miiig,.,-.^^^?^  trwfetib'os Of a social nature, there '-w^iS^^M5  .*&;flrieBurnotifc'at^^  pereapile HallVori Friday night, o^r^'w^  *#hiehTBev.  the local association  M^rtthgBtrt^l; "  Victbriai-:arid'R.- F.-Greeh^theV;cMdifii^^|  dat^ were the  speak-^^the^^rm^gt^^^  ^OU^iri^'a-vemai'kaltdpkiB^^^  :��������� 'TppPPP'V;PP'P-r:P- ������������������ TPPPpppAAAg^^^^^^^^i  -'���������'��������������������������� " "  ���������'���������'" '      -���������-' - '��������������� -  >"-1" ��������� - ^-^fefe^g^  V ��������� u,������������Jj*lA'*,->^-ir^*---i'  ���������"���������Vi'-yj-^':*-)^ ^"V*i  OnMBBBBBR  : ; ' ^''SfeV^rar'';: 0������?j$|feS!l^^f ^^8l^^^^^l  |Whitev^and;:!������������������^���������;S^  ���������$il-)'}������Z&������s2:i'C  ��������� v,*-Vi-?dS. jft.'" t*^!-'.fef '4'  wg������mk  rij-.j/.'r \i '*S & if*"-'  1 ? j-3'SsSsf.sS'*s55?i  oSv-t-J  o������m  We have received ana >vym or*tps*  .���������':'���������-'���������"���������������������������' '���������"���������"'. .V.-    .���������;-.; V-V"^".--"---"':- ���������������������������'' '  >'.''���������������������������"'? A''r:'A'::A\::A;pr^rAAArr:-AAA''.^A^A:AAAi'<>'  Will.-. be'.":please<i.vwitfr  'Wc*'  ice   22 1-2  ai  pier  m  ..Mmrmi  lPm$0W  . f^A^i^t-^'f  y������%flfeSftr  .-������������������-.-Sifs  "-^���������J*4:-'i-*-;t\V>^i.-, .m  ,r..'*,,....,m^...,,^  'GkimMB^  ::28i,$t.2(>j,:^()5;$f25;  i&tibiisvriii ������������������ ^ze^v''^^$^:^ftr^ti  Last week's4iostesses at.\vhist were  Mrs. Mallandaine and .MissVHardman������.  . who entertained^the viadiesV jointly >t^  theforihei^s ;home onPFriday-.night.  There were six;' tables '���������. pf. pfctyers and  .thevpi*ize.scores wereV made'- by Mrs.  Bevan and-Mrs. Geo. Huscroft.; Rb-  f reshmerite-'welFe servedVat the close of  play, .arid v;thbridelightfidiy Vinfprmal  evening ^wasyythproughiy enjbybdbj^-  airthe.^guestf.-iiovi: A-aT '.a-'PaP'  Patriotic-.'Fund payments at Creston" fpr:No'^ni^bri-ahieivrite  25;   "ThisV clbsesVyVthe:Vfujid*s finattcijtl  Holy  another  Cross    Church  of their whist  ladies   have  drives   and  dances on the programme for to-night  in Grady's Hall, at 8.30 prompt. Supper will be served and Canyon Cifcy  orchestra will furnish the dance  music.    Genta 75c, ludies 25c.  Enumerators    Hayes    and   Young  fiosted fche first copies of tho voters  ist on Sunday, imcl these show a  matter of precisely 450 ladles arid  gentlemen entitled to mark their  ballots on Decernber|17th. 188 of these  aro in West Creston. For the convenience of voters we point out that  the boundary line is Fourth Street  and Vibtoria Avenue���������those On the  left, hand side (going up) of these  thoroughfares polling llieir' vote in  Wesfc Creston.  25.  I  $1,45, $1^50^; $1.6^,     MEN'S Gombma-tfe  the family^ei^y-^-it^ltf'S^^kj  Af M's-aifflfe^  _������?SS������!������3������������&S1  *iM*4Wi  Ififtpf  \;P0M^,  *-<--'������rs3S;:'*-S5S5(.  ' iT'fc&'3������?t~������&**%  "2-^**fr^*:vHcS-*-|  ���������'.t"i"i&iSe*ft;"J^J  mm  'MM^m  Vc*-&''~,J&Xvr'B  ������������������iimtsmrw  r   'P    JU    ���������.."''.'^'"^^^iSt'Sl  Brnpenhaffma  m     __    _ aaW  Tobacco  ES THE WOKLD'S BEST CHEW  is conbentx^ng its effiorts to win the "War. It has  gdne about raising reitifbrbements in the only practical way; uftdfcr the Military Service Act, 1917.  Laurier, Bourassa and their adherents admit th^ir  intention-of fa^^  needed in the trenches.  Where do YOU stand ?  'A.'P'PP '-.'���������''i^'''^'-"if!f*:l,'.^ I  '���������rpPA'  $?!iii  To Back ud the  ,!'/  y^'^'/.Vsr^'.-i^^-y;'i.y.';t;-i  -'-i^-SV;^*-^^!  irf:VVVV-:iS^j-^i;:S:i  A--AAA !Afr'���������'���������tf^l  ..���������;- ���������������������������Yk'-.M'.AVyi'VS  m-  ���������KiS'iCtiW*  ^jfy.  "~vmm*w^^f':.yJ5&&pr  It is mantifactured  kO'D-^ccc- ~r* iw puree.,  form.  It hat ������ pleasing  flavor.  It ,n tobacco ������ci������n-  tifically prepared  for matin use*  in  SIIPPCMl  ^sna -"-.s^y.is ,.������������������-., i-1 ma ���������irl|ny,8Wfflit./a .;^;s������,g;-.K.agjg.glgmia<!*-)i^yif������.~r-.;^M������--  .t,mt.-*mx'������t*uiH*~itMtm  Xo Vi^OttlCfll   Bvery woman may vote%ho In a Britlah Bul>ject 21 yttittt'o^ '&$%  % r-1 '* .���������., \ t resident in Canada one year, and in the constituency 30 days, who  v uni-ck'^t i8 tlys mother, wile, widow, dauiihter, aiwter or hiUt^awtjer. q<V ������uiy.  person male or female Ifviijiig 6r dead who Ja Bervinc or has served without Canada  In any of the Mllitaiy'forcea* or within or without Canada in any of the Naval forces  of Canada or of Great Britain in the present war, or who has been honorably dii-  cKiirced from ouch oerVJ-ierurid the date of whose enliotment waoptibt fco 8ei>tembw  20th. 1917.  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