BC Historical Newspapers

BC Historical Newspapers Logo

BC Historical Newspapers

Creston Review Jan 25, 1918

Item Metadata


JSON: xcrestonrev-1.0173526.json
JSON-LD: xcrestonrev-1.0173526-ld.json
RDF/XML (Pretty): xcrestonrev-1.0173526-rdf.xml
RDF/JSON: xcrestonrev-1.0173526-rdf.json
Turtle: xcrestonrev-1.0173526-turtle.txt
N-Triples: xcrestonrev-1.0173526-rdf-ntriples.txt
Original Record: xcrestonrev-1.0173526-source.json
Full Text

Full Text

 i^fsV--'  ��������� virf^^VZEMz^^-  V-?-i^-.  ,o,  DnnMMMM1* ���������  mmODF^SmSm '  ���������tr- -^\ ���������  ar/'isrij  ...   . ^  lL^m:.:--.:  ���������*-������*  ft&-.;X*.-:Qi  '"'������������������r"S';;   ������^   IC^S :'-!g.?    '--������������������'2LT:;,_?  :������������������:-iS^.' ' - -.~. r.^v^'.ri'-..^   .-������������������AJt-JSF  Jbifc^^  IB W   li  xs:  '.No.-51  ttiSJ&a  *^-*ilS H '  VV 4StE  M���������������������lT������eca  ..-.The drasaatic entertainment given  ;'.-������f."'*t������������ T������-i-J���������iu.-H_ii- ^i-m-sa'C: ���������'__-^--: ������������������.-'  ���������-������t_i������Mw,������. oniuu juuui uu x? nutty  cyein.ij^  was; a marked success. The performers were in; the best of-form,', and  the large���������,;audience was delighted  with the���������������������������^sfoffisssin'ssi   ���������'*-". < '���������-  A  short^.)lii.ijlsietil.-Vp^|^^e.-ni.nie;  pre-  : 'ceded' the nlftyi ��������� Mjjs������ Xlowss favored  ;With a piano> solo/" Rev. J.'g; Mahood  contributed a cornet solo and song,  while Miss Muriel Knoft gave' a' read-  ������"*f>  **��������� uui    xroov svyiC������  The dramatic offering was "King  ThrushbiU uuu Princess Disd(_in."-a  fairy tale, in which the Princess''BisV  dain, refusing ail offer of marriage, is  was a visiter hera.en   Friday,, Icokiss?  the Company horses over.   :V:V        V  Mr. Taylor of Nyassa, Oregon, arrived this week to take' charge of one  of  the /������ampany  ������.aterplllars".   Mrs.  ���������S^HfVwr  ������*������*��������������� *v**ir'  Jio   ASn^wjiA   iJiucfcu   u^    Ii6j^  ia.fciiejr   to  accept the nronoea! of  biii or the hand of the next suitor,  even ���������if  he   was    a    beggar.    King  rrj������l.|������ohK,ll     Kckinnr    mofctatul     nn   n,.~.~i.?-~x  of the beak which he wears over his  nose at length returns to the palace as.  a beggar, and ia married to the princess. 'I'tte sHfond scene opens in the  beggar's sottage where the princess/  as the beggar's wife, is taught how to  perform her domestic duties by Clever  Kate, a friendly neighbor. ^VTbe st������������ry  goes on to tell how a ring Js given to  n,-    ��������� i������_       !_������������������_   ��������� _ - ������ .::���������_ ���������'.."���������;-:-.������'  uuu     [uiu\^oe|     nuu>;   Ut3{������{������IUg,    x>y   tiUK  passing king, wjno foretells Vthe mar  riage of the possessor of the ring; to  himself. The finale coh1e������v in * the  third act, where, at_ a grand ball  given at the nA.hu^e; the ^ritjoess; di������-  guished as a fortune teller, at length  r-eyeais her identity to her father, and  .KinRThrushbili appeara,4������^is^XMe  . qha.?������Qtcr, and .ciaini8__hisV bride as a  '5iAj-?Ci't5S'wO   SA&  cspi-iuj; {jlou^usug ���������uuuwx-vvvH/y iuOirgtiu  when they left*-  The dance ^unoiiuceu for  croft  school foy .this  e*?  25th*  has been  'chaggsd  Tia.������i'  1W AwVrt a *r  4AH.U- M ***** jr -  .Art ��������� v. '-v.-���������������������������������������;; a7::x:#"i??ra--- -';!���������   " ".���������a*'  The play^ Was rendered very pleasing  30E8I6 costuLaes jOx the per-  Kin$ Rinkrank^ JL^iperspn-  evening, Jan. 23'th. A Sne time is  assured all who attend. V Proceeds toward the school organ fund.  Canyon Red Cross- workers . are  having a tea and concert at the'school  this afternoon to raise funds for the  work, and this evening there will^Joe  a coaRfelng party on the: bill, with the  ladies serving-hot drinks and other  refreshments." V.?':'  Mrs. B.&U and Mrs,; JBdwards were  at Creston for the Red Cross meeting  on Tuesday "afternoon; >-"The. demand  for cut-out work to Vuiake up ie so  heavy that the Creston designers cannot keep up. with ''the demand;.... and in  future .the local ������a������x5!iary; will have to  .do.their own cutting out. The' ladies  brought home a bolt of flannelette to'  goon with, "    :  -The Red Cross sewing meeting and  tea at Mrs. Hall's on Tuesday last was  one of the big successes of the season.  In addition to a large .amount Of work  done the tea' served -by the ^hostess"  Aits? tsriectini^all t������is usual esp6iiseB,  td.B.1 jujf ' uare   w   ouuie ��������� aptruitii    aaswss-  men ts, and in vesting about $80 in repainting taefifaiiBn- Hall, a showing  of $23 to the good was in evidence in  the itre.^ts^r^s^atenient :i>reBehted at  the annual nYseting of Christ Church  con^regat'!bsr*bn: Monday night. ���������  The meeting;'^as in charge of Rev.  J. S.. Mahood. ~ iThe attendance figures  showed that ^avluriiformly good turnout was maintained ^throughout the  year, and the loose collections slightly  larger than-'isV-TSId. ���������:-;</--' ������������������ "Z ~  Mr-s8 Sbbut-t submitt-ed the annual  report of ^theWLaaies5 Guild, which  showed' IB^S:;$d.. have- been fully as  suceessful ^ yekr ������������ Its recent pre-  decessorsir; \Tfi<ei ; cash .intake was  slightly over V $^50, the annual baswar  in December* la^-.- h������fr%s a 'coRtributfJTrv  factor in keeping up���������. the revenue���������The.  society, is now:;in;an erryiable position.  J)ui1ng tbeiye^r Xthe.V last yest-ige ef  debt-th,ey:: had 'incurred on a slew  plaho;had- fesen rwipedr off, and they;  had also- been; able" to contribute.^ tn  x^^ ti������������.:-u si-it-'^-'fi:i?l.'������.'i,',w.j    _^. ..---i^.  uue jl nViSiis^xnxt.^iai^tx'i.Uft SUSiCi, &S vvcit  asj turn ;overy $50 5for some of the  schemes of theicliurch.    :" 'r'Vci  All cf the z������l? sSssrs had  such   excellentVV.aiSa faithful  ranch?* left this week to spend s eoaple  of weeks .-with; friends-^a Alberta.  ,     r  Pruning operations aire under way  on a small scale in some of the local  orchards fch&week. V     '    . VV* '  The following from the Seattle Post-  Intelligencer of recent   date ,will be  =.^=. =L=.i=.i =,������ --������,f-mixirtitxMmP^Vx-  B'.V  daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Geo.,Bridge:  "Last; Saturday .evening the Rev.  John Tinling, pastorof Wesley Methodist Episcopal Church, united 'Miss  Anna Bridge and Mr. Ernest Penz in  the holy bphds of matrimony.. The  ceicem.ony was performed at the residence of Ed Ivlarlott of 4821 Seyenth  Avenue .South, and was folittwecLby a  reception and wedding: supper, which  were largely attended. "Mr. and Mrs.  Penz are two of the most popular  young ft^ks in South Seattle; v^here  they have always been  active in the  have the best wishes of scores of  friends for a long and happy voyage  ovei*. the matrimonial ,,sea.���������-. After a  short honeymoon trip they will make  their home in South Seattle."  arrived this, week   on a viwit to the  latter's mother, Mrs. Ryckm&*ii.  A \-������������ ������.���������**v^j������. 1  netted, the cause $3  as Creston can do.  .������������-fn!!v as  A* disastrous   accident    befell    W.  day thornitig last. While wdfking at*  To'g-uwkihg;in the yaTdT3ie"Tsaxilg-iu'ised'  for'feblSthiiS thesis-"vfsS^gfst(^A4ndrts^  w^|ndeed������  ������j aw c-iauuuiru: injjMWLucsa .*>jl- vuk performers.  **^������d by J. -W. Hainilton.  regal and^B������B^agJ^ire^^|E^i^  *^iivraS-"������iwiBr'^"^apltai king.*' 'Si Jw O.  Richardson, as ^ing jTTiE-nshbrll, %vas  the likable hero of the playV ������ihd it  7 was quite ensy to see how the'princess  was persuaded to marry him; in spite  of his disguise." Walte^Long, a������  Psince Pickmeup, and Lionel Moore  as Rumplestikin both did splendidly  for juvenile talent���������tho darucebetween  the former and Miss Phyllis Hamilton,  as Cinderella, quite captivated the  audience. Miss Prances Lyne acted  the part of Princess Goosegirl ad-  miinuly, Wuile eyeryoii*s was - taken  with Arabeiia/^bhe   attrdotive<maid-df  . Princess Jjisdaln; in this part Miss  Vivanne Mobs'e is to be congratulated  on the all-round ability shown at a  first appearance of the ' sort. Her  sister. Joice, tmtde a cute little page.  Cinderella's two sisters we generally  associate with envious dispositions  and sour countenances, but an presented by Mrs. Hilton and Margeory  Hamilton they were fur too attractive  for any such mistaken idea. Miss  Candy, through a yery clever makeup,  quite filled the place cf Clever Kate's  husband. Ah Clever Kate Mrs. P. H.  Jackson hud the comedy role, and  played it to a nicety all through. To  Mrs. Thurston must be given much  credit tin nhe was the chief promoter  of the play, and undoubtedly worked,  indefatigably to produce it in so short  a time. As Princoflu Disdain she  showed decided talent and sustained  the leading part admirably throughout.  The entertainment was under Christ  chureh auspices and after paying all  l e������piint;cr, there is a. uubstanUal surplus  to turn oyer to tho church anthoiitioK.  -zJurcxxtjuxx -vxr xjx:  amputated jiii9t abov^ the ankle. " The  unfortunate was taken" Co Cranbrook'  hospital*for- treatment on the;quon  train."*'' VV   v "*'V .���������/"'- -    ������������������"/-'���������/-���������>"  3  Miss XJfleson of ; Cards ton, wjao is re-  v. ���������.^J... --..-..- ,  ,      .    serv*eea^turning from a^ trip tocoast poihes, is  that they were favored  With ,re-elee-  tion by aecianiatioii.   They are:  Rectox's WarSen%^H.":- Lyne.  Uauiiflton.  ������������������:;.:'.To: yxa������ISate??tnVi '^Wdlihg of^'the  V'gnt and while in the aet of kiclting P^adsh:Hail;it wa^naliy-decided to  it into  place the upfc^imat^"'^'^  iih /Erickson Visitor .at present, with  herJbisother, Mr. Clarence Oleson.  xveuiurH v\3ti%it3jLx*f>-xx.: juyue... cf ilfe^;Si������fkv;.    ,        -������������������^1^'r.tV-: ., ������������������'  V   -  People's W%^3e������s^Ci G; VBennetfe. "5 ^^R^p^^Pl68 got������hpme. on Monday  Attditor-^ifWiVH^hsilton.V - -'.'-taffesfs^a.' -week's absence'Vat the coast  Vestr'ff-^-John BllheolF^ Hi Jaeksor!.  P. GTEbbttttV ��������������� F.:Hayes, A: J. Collisl;  ���������W>3a; Siltdhv C. ������Mobre and^J. W.  fiuuMcii ;vOaiCiB.Y*^ "*- titl^*  ������w������i������r������7'iM������i*i|&   I>u6  ;B.Cr FFuit Growesa' Association.  for the school wbod'suppVty  close oh";.EebmiiryVlst^'ahdf fiofe March  lst,-������sw^8; stated V in error in our last  lVWS?-yi>������>. .;^i������Hi^c^cni;,.:l/SSH6. *.:^-.:i<?~^;:>s:--;:pi,'   ;-.'.Y->...    ...;>���������        '_���������..������������������ '.-. '  f aiiifl erCles'bn c^me  sef ;^fe.tholie i:'C5h������*fe*fe^  ^on ^^ednesdayi by  yioim--mu8ic for  the  whist'^riv^iiSd: dance in-thefGra4y  HaU that evening,       ������������������'*���������.' -.-    ���������:>.:"';";������������������������������������;  Biieksou lias been quite busy socially within the "past  week.   On   Thurs-  , John Keen, M.P. P.. who spent the   ,  week-end   hereV getting   acquainted.  with the legislative and other govern-  mentJ������:I desires of his constituents in :  the Creston. galley,-   had   rather   a.  busy "time of it on Saturday afternoon,   ���������  whenv-.^the''-;-j6lnjt\-Vwns.mM;t-ee' of  the  F&rmeEs' :Ia'3tit.ute"^ asid the VSoard of  Trade   conferred   wlt������h   him   on   the  irrigation problem,.', while after them  caroe the Bk>ai.*d of .Trade's lecisl&tfve  committee, : that   also ' hadV several- .-  matters to discuss:   The/^elegationisj V  were made np ot~ Messrs.  F^ K. Jack- :  son, J, M. VCraigie,; W., G.VLittiejoh^V;:  and Guy Constable from tbelnstitnteV V-,  and Messrs. Embree, W. V. Jackson: ^  sod Moore fr >m the  board of tra^eivVV  who went into the irrigation matter;  while'" Messrs.    Henderson,     Hayes,'���������;>  Bennett and J. W.   Hamilton  made  up the legislative delegation.  On irrigation only prellsshsss-y steps  have been taken.    Arrow " Creek has  been measured during the   months of  October  and   November and   report  made to  Engineer Biker and Horticulturist  Middieton,   both of.   whom  certify that the flow even. ihV;theser.  months is more than ample to irrigjfite  all the land under cultivation ini Wiie :;  Valley at present.   The   next move is'  to get   a   competent engineer down  here to make a  snrvev to decide, on-"  the. best rente, to follow ;for c$he main  pipe line and to furnish an estimate of  the   cost  of" its   constrncl-ipn.     En-f  gineers for this .work are. supplied by  . xittv   xxitr. ixitlvriVOV itV.W-  lv%0m Ix).*.'  ; ^oae goy.ernuseuu  i;here ;is a- meeting of the; Diocesan  Synod.'VithiGL-; year Mr, Hamilton ;will  represent Christ Church.-      VV;.-  The. concluding - feature was the  Votes of .thanks to. Mr. Collis, organ--  ist; to the Ladies Giiild for- mueh appreciated assistance, and ���������";. to ' ' tKe'  r^aEdens and -auditor for -.valuable  services rendered during the year.  Mr. Vicars, who came^iero from  Al inula a few weeks ago, on a vltiit to  Mrs. Wlthorhcnd, left lout ive������k for  Vancouver, whore lie Ik joining up for  overncaH servlc**.  Mr. and Mr������. C Blutr w^r������> Neluon  vinltotH for a trouple of days the fore  puxt of the week.  C. Hall, who recently mild iilu work  l'io������'ri������> U> ���������* *riilnli'.*iitn- buyer. Iiuh pur-  chri&ttd a 1'^htCj' hormi t.okn  Mi-, Mc-  Miirtile   at   Alice   Hiding���������the   Pow  ,* , -���������  Uuttedife, tho CtnnhriMik  Ike Lewis was a passenger east on  Wednesday, to Wasa/ to a-sheriff's  sale of cattle at .that peint i>n Thurs-  rtfxvw  ^.c* v ..-.,���������������������������-���������*��������� ....  "...       .        ��������� * - :. ���������   -*  Donald Campbell of Cranbrook -i'sr  here subbing for Engineer Bell on the  s*.vitch engine;  ���������������������������' ��������� '������������������''��������� ..'.'-'^v'''  J. Mulholland of Kn{tus Creefe wae  here for the week-end with his family  at Hotel Bysouth.  Mr. and Mrs. Loasby and their  guests, Mr. and Mrs. Proctor, are  spanning a few days in Spokane this  week. v  Robt. Eley is a v'tiltor tit Cranbrook  this week. C. lladcliffe is working  with the switch crew in C. M. Loos,  by'o absence. '  Word has reached here of the death  of Mrs. Geo. Cam in the Cranbrook  hospital, to which town she moved  over two yoare ago.; 'Mri Cam Is oyer-  Geaa, haying bbc'n called t'o. tho eolora.  shortly after war was declared, and  has boon se'rioiiHly- wounded on: ut  least two occasions. Much sympathy  it) felt for him, and the family left to  mourn the mother'fl passing.  Mrs, R. Seaman and children 6f  Calgary aYogiiestHiit Hotel Bysouth  ut.pretioht..   ,      ���������������������������,'.'..���������';'  Reyv J. S. Mahood of Queens .Bay  wan hero for English Church Horvico  on Tuesday night, which was well  attoiidort.  ���������The Imnl times ball, which waif  prcccdoil by' u;'couple of,, hoiirs Of  whiHt, was a npielidlrl snncesa. Messrs.  iiom>������- and iViorris furnished the  muHic Mi'K DonmiH \*.'.".������ awarded  the ptiKe for the most appropriate  eoHlumi).  CondncU)i" Jaclnion Iiuh not been  With iih the liuit conpln of trijiM and  Wunl coiiu:m 11-4UU i4Jiaiibrook that he  it* t'iuh-'aynifiug to ;;<>(, through' an injunction rcatraining Mayor Daly  iCurtiU'iiiur hli*\ lv*u- liUi iliin jJ HJnliiv.  The Paulson logging outfits are  busy >t ticking out dry ticdar^pilings  to All a order for 25 or 30. carloads contracted for by the B. T. Ghapih Co.  of Spokane.  ' R. Spring of Spokane, >yho has been  here:for some time looking after the  interests of the B. T. Chapin Co.,  spent the week-end at his home In  Spokane and arrived hack, here on  Monday. <  "   .     cs.     .-'  The Sash ^k Door Co. mill  is now  running sternly and shipping  about  one carload of lumber a day to their  factory at Cranbrook.  Messrs. G.Young and J. Hayden of  Croftton sirrived here on Tuesday, and  are'now'busy moving supplies up .to.  their mineral claims on Rnssell  mountain. They intend to do somo  impwivoiuentH on that proporty thin  winter.  Rev. G; S. Wood of Creston was a  visitor here on Tuenday.  day .evehinfp&st" Mr.  and  Mrs. "J. M.  Ciaigie were; hostesses at whist. to a  party of ^eVeu. 'tables,  the evening's  honors'at caids going to Miss   Kate  Boffey and%. B.; Embree.   On Wed-  nesday nightMr.  and. Mi������.  Penson  were also ati home at cards when four  tables  of nliiyerri: were in evidence,  and  the hijjl' scoring honors carried  blf by Mrs. ilaxwell and Mr. Goodwin,  with Mrs. Work Wick (Medicine Hat)  and H. A. Doddwgetting the low.score  honors.     G^uine   old-time Erickson  hospitality iji^tained tit both at homes  and   this,   coupled  with   a  splendid  lunch, aBBuiics that each was thoroughly enjoyed throughout. ; V  ': Sat,.'Comptbn .'returned'-' hi,"��������� Sunday;*  froip yictorli^, why^j he'.J^ad boon!  iif.tendlnf?' the ' 'annuel! rrtetitinfj or tlie  B.C., Frultgtiiwera Association. He  .wasiav.oi'rid,. with, ^dcetlon.ta������ director for \Mast Konteniiy,.;      ,,,  ,  , vV. A.  McMurtrlo  dltipoticd  of his  driving horse a few dayti ago to Con.  iinr..u ^.f n......'...     ot(,,   * "'*    ���������        j ���������   -���������������������������>-  .   ���������,   '     ....       .----*''  Mi. himIMi'h: .K.ohn .Tohnt;oi]j of,Wy--  nndo|. woro Alice Sidhig viiiltmw on  Wednesday. -'Mr. JoIuihou l has. jimt  piii-chniicrl a now team of work hm-uor  aud lb all ready for u|)i-lug work.  The'    Knitting    llitb  tscrt  Wedncifday ofUiiWiou at tin) homo of  Mrs. Ashley Cooper is upending a  few days with her husband, Lieut.  Cooper, ut Bonnington,  Norman ;0raigie of Creston is a  Wynndel yiuitor this week.  O. J. Wigon returned from Halcyon  on Wednesday*  There will bo church service in the  Qchoolhouse Sunday afternoon. Rev.  G. S. Wood, oluciating.  Mrs. H. Roaondalo and her niece,  Mi hs Li///io Poggott, left on Sunday  for Oranbroiik wiicro the latter is to  undergo an oporatlon in tho St.  Eugene Hou|>ltal.  G'*" .iTohnnoy?,V.j'.nd Monnul WJ^cn  wore GruflU'4).callers Wodnenday.  The raticljorti around horuliuve boon  taking advantage of the linn wleighiug  ii,nd ki������>vv liavu. nisarly uil thuli- iiuy uitd  mulch hauled up from the Hats.  Jubta rctnindor.   Don't forget the  dance on Hatiudnv niirht.    Kv������M*ylw������dv  wulromu.    iUulies    please   bring   re-  .freiihtuuutii.  WANTED���������Mon wiili imrm  -    j'a*'i<1 HltJlj-'liM h.y him\ \mttix.-���������  Apply i R W. ButfcH, Kiteli-  omer, j^hj.  from the  local useniRer tnac an   s^js  gineer   be sentr' is  uecessary.    After  hearing the statement of case  froua  Chairman   Embcee    and    iiiformally  diBCUs^ng^the^hbie^inatt^'Mri'Seeii i  ������^ured:V:thai"'^fe ^^uhJV^get; busyV as  sooa as heigot tq "^icterla eiirly aexfc X  .month. ��������� -;������������������'���������    '"���������:;.r;:"l;-i-V V ".,. :; 'V      .-V" "VV-V  On r reclamation of ^the- KobtensiyV:  Flats Mr.  Keen statedt;-that he hadt":;  already   asked    the    depsi'taseat  of  lands to make an appropriation this  year of enough money   to make ait:;  adi?qnate survey of the >vhpla jKatterr V  including-' the   diversion' of  BO������m:[ijjfP.-  the Kootenay River flood waters at  Canal   Flats.     From correspondence  he had had with^thei department Mr.  Keen   is  confident   the"'engineering  features of the scheme will be got on  with this season sure: .-���������������������������:  The legislative committee also dis-  ttiiBsed with Mr. Keen the possibility  of having the. existing Pound Law  added to so'thut-in sections, where  pound areas have been defined and set  apart and it is found impossible to get  a poundkeepev t*>' ffj! the i������?H, such  pound district sha!! on petition be  subject to the Highway Act, which  provides the needed remedy and puts  it up to the provincial police to see to  it that animals do not run at large  within the pound district ar<*a.  Air. Komi went into the rood question s.t somo length, explaining that  a portion of the 1017 grant' had not  been expended, having been held back  to provide funds for early spring  opttrations oii tho highway**. On the  road question Mr. Keon was informed  thut if the money is not available to  take care of improvements on the  trans-provincial highway as prevfoiiH-  ly requested that this year's effort, no  matter how limited,,should bo put on  the hii-ickson-Kituheuer Miction.  At tho clouu the municipality question v/iu: tu!:cr. up ir.fo. iiJ.;!ly. Tluj  member explained the difficulty some  a!reudy orgir.ni!������ed immioipalitieo are  having in keeping afloat and thought  thut tho tfovor-mnent would look with  dififavor on any amendmcntu to the  Municipal Act to make cauii-r the  orRmil'/nHon   of   municiptiHtiori.     He  chance that In chbo the loglslatnre  wou'd not.sanction the giving ofvotow  to luildoru of H|{r"������iii<tutri of Hale it  might be induced to irvMrict voting  powiu'H to i-eiiUlenr. tltln-owni'ra only���������  A Hillli.   li.i   m-t|l|t1l   iMHuiuy    in    tiyiu-  i������iS.hy 'with.  At  tl.������"- <".lilv.*i\  *Ih'.   Ilawitl  Witu !^Mil������<>'������-.l  a MttU* ������������lf thuiikn   for Win- opportunity  Srn^^i  >:;ifel  ;<-^!*^i  ���������?:?i?s������r~\  . >V"',i -T-'.i'*!.^!  MtUmilHIBWMI?. B '  HP {-TIT] "J~JT"TT-T-���������������T,������7"      " JTH-^>T;-'<"'a5^/~>-^-  "O  r*  sr  it  *������.  ������t-  Bv-  P  sea  ���������3^  F'.t  ���������piS- ���������-  8:  II-  Si!  i  i  I*  "���������������������������V'.SS:  IJXt!*  ITR  -r������-4.7.  ��������� BY������������������  WARD. LOCK & CO., UfcSTID  Lam&a. Mefcosrae. est* TctfssM  sssv   |at the usual hour, Marcia was not in  s^^l ] it, and on his making enquiry Jarvis  l\Y I informed   him    tlvat      Mi^s      E'l'Off'tOII  had breakfasted in her own room at  half past seven and had driven oil  to catch an early train to Ashnrins-  ter. And George, remembering his  sister's look as siic shi^t bev door in  his^face, came to the conclusion that  Marcia, who was-a good deal of _ a  busybody, had set out to make mischief.  Thf  high  jffi  paired at  New  cial  to "whom   tie   re-  Yard    \v5s  one oi those men who by course of  J  (Continued, j  Hilda- stared at liim.  "There    was    nothing    done    that  could bring them within the    notice  of  the   police."  she   said     presently.  "Your wife wanted a night's   amusement���������she asked me to provide it for  her.    It was at her own desire that  she. went, to the Amaranth; she went  willing to play with me and the two  gentlemen   you've ' just    mentioned.  There were only the four of us present at Mr.  Bartheiemjr's.      I    know  the law as well as you do, and there's l  nothing to prevent people frorn play- {  ing  Cor money in  their own private'  houses.    If you draw attention to the'  matter, you'll only raise    a    scandal  which will settle your "wife's reputation for ever."  Ellington smiled as he rose from  his seat.  "I'll take good care of my wife's  reputation Mrs, Tressingham," he  said. "And tomorrow I shall certainly go down to . New Scotland  Yard and tell the police authorities  what I know of Mr. Barthclemy and  Mr. von Roon."  "You'll never cease to regret it if  you do," she said hurriedly, "Take a  word of warning from mc."  "Neither warning nor threats," said  Ellington. "Especially ihe the latter. Nov.% I tell you frankly that I  do not believe what you said just  now about your reason for coming in  here.   I  shall let  you  go  now,  but���������   rl  lie crossed over to the door,  turning the key, motioned her  walk out.  "But   I   shall   consider    my  procedure,"  he  said.  Vk  Scotland  i  training-and habit become more  of machines titan human beings. He  received Ellington with the attention  and politeness due to a minor member of the 'government, but it soon  struck the caller that he might be  pouring out his grievances to a pen-  uy-in-the-slot machine instead of to  a creature of flesh and blood. The  official listened with unmoved face  and dull eyes, weighing; and calculating.'. George's indignation was noth-  Jing to him. He-had, apparently, no  "interest in the matter beyond a mere-  -IS1A. siti v>\ 3JJ "DUO ieuoissojojd R\  tor talk; he himself looked over the  joined tips of his fingersVand remained silent.  "Yes." he said,, in'the cud. "Yes���������  very aunoying, ;ioilbubii Mr. Ellington. But this is not a case, I think,  in which we can-move,"  Ellington  stared at  him blankly.  ."Not move!" he ' exclaimed.     "Not  move against fellows like these?"  "Not on what you have  told mc.  'Consider matters-���������calmly. Your wife  went with her friend, Mrs. Tressing-*!  ham,  to  this  club  of her own    free  will.     She   accompanied   Mrs.   Tress-  gamble with two strange men Rafter , sfeem^ id he^ery .wdi,* W^s^  supping- with them���������strangers  -until  then���������at  the  Amaranth  Club���������  eh?"--.. .       'K  Ellington recognized that this was  good common sense. But he was  not going to'give "hi readily.  "' suppose the Amaranth.  Club  is  >������  "I  suppose  the  ii c^uhc proper a.iu. rcofw ������������>.>*���������%. ^..^t  "and I suppose Mrs. Tressingham   is   a  proper   chapcrone     for  he said,  my \uife.'  We   know  bers are drawn ironi the better  ���������������?e������? ��������� o*"'<?Oc'Jetv"'->*iT>t!<������d ****������ 'official.  "We have never had any complaints  about it, and therefore we know  nothing against it." '������������������..'  Ellington rose, seeing that he was  not ���������rroihj?-'viO'-e"Kts'.act any comfort to  his wounded spirit from official precision. :'���������_���������'.  v      ��������� ������ ���������  {To Be Continued.) '..'..'.���������'.-  nothing    about  COLUMBIA GRAFONOLA  Tt  ;n  be    a  and  lasting benefit in  +w*������ iioits*?-  Columbia     Dealers Everywhere  wm.  M-      |������%1  ngbarn and these two men to Mr.  Barthelemy's private room of her  own free-wiii. She played this game  with them of her own free will. There  was no compulsion-���������she was not  coerced into doing any of these  things.'  "But���������to    demand     five , hundred  pounds  from her?"  said   Ellington.  "It was her own affair that she lost  it," answered the official with a  wintry smile. "And you must remember this���������you have not the  slightest proof that it ever was demanded from her. Whatever ihe I.  O.U. or promissory note was that  she signed, or initialled, it has been,  ! on your own showing, destroyed. *  You have only her word. These people���������Mrs. Tressingham included���������  would, of course, say that no such  demand was ever made. You couldn't, you can't, prove that any such  demand was ever made. Aud there's  no .law to prevent a man and his  friends pla3ring cards for money in  that man's private house."  Ellington frowned. "He was thinking of Hilda Trcssingham's open defiance of him.  "If I were you." continued the  man of routine, "I should just let  the thing drop. Your wife has had  . a lesson. She won't go there again.  If you aroused public interest snthis  affair���������I mean, if you gave publicity  to it-���������you'd suffer. It wouldn't be  at all pleasant for your wife. It  wo'uidtvt be pleasant for you, occupy^ .  ing the position you do. to have it I  noised abroad that your wife went to I  Tressingham,  and as   for  . Mrs.  Amaranth Club, we have never had the  least reason to doubt that it is what  it professes to be~=a supper club. It  "(joocie tells me his:.'daughter is'.go-  iug to marry a ; title." ��������� ;  "Has he had it examined."���������Balti=  ! more American.  1 ' . i '-.'������'-.  Retoember this pen  "  Jot  ���������:  r J Xnias Gifts  At the Best Stores  Mc   opci  ������1A o    *i A _  HUM       uu  vanced to it. And then both stood  silent, staring. For there, on the  threshold, candle in her hand, stood  Marcia looking suspiciously from one  to the other.  Ellington was the first to recover  from his surprise. He ushered Hilda along the "corridor, let her out at  the side door, secured it with a chain  which ought to have been used after  certain hours, and went back to. the  hall. He would have to give_ some  explanation to Marcia about this midnight recontre.  Marcia was gone. Ke went slowly  uo to her room 'jud knocked. Marcia appeared, forbidding and stern of  aspect.  "Marcia." he ?aid. "Oblige meby  saving nothing  of what you saw  iust  now.    I *' ;,  But Marcia. without word or e'ere-  n:;"���������-,  abut  her  door in his   face*.  'kL^iDklU'S  TT^  m  %^J \S>%^   k^CI/JlB.JL  M.-n  CiUPTEK   XXIV  Cold Officialdom  Virnuvrhi  up   in  v. -    \. m  the  Ellington  ^_ w.^   method  "s-variably     men     of  V. I'.fll    (irl-ni'g,';     Ellillg-  l"rt;ssingh'.tin  that    he  rit'li      ������ *i  unuiri?.'. :-:  *.''.cir word :���������'.:<  ton  told  Hilda  v/.'i.-:  g<>iiig \'>  Ni'\v Scotland  Yard  lu;  ii;ado no ������:mpty boast.  U<- wont there  f'!]'*']  -j.i;!i :mger and resentment.  He  had   found   no   difficulty   in   forgiving  his   wifi:   v-   li������-r   j-liai-'.-   in   tlie affair  '.f   the   vi'it   to   flu-   Amaranth    Club;  Ef-tty,  he   km-w,   vvai:   all   tin versed  in  the:  Vwi\>. of the  world, as innocent a  pSn^ori    r\*    cvit    rif't'f|-fil    ilsi-U    to    he  pla'.];>-!.     I'vn   V.(.   had     no     i'h-a    <>*.  forciv'Mic-s     for     Mrs.   Tressiui'ham,  :i!"i| his \iotinii ������"it in r two m������ n fr'n iuh.  \wur-.   \\)'i\   tln'-y   v.'iTi'.   arrant     scoundrel.-:.      J lis   I'ti'-t   'inpul-e   had   been   to  m-Hr  llirm  ritu   and  t< II  11i������:in  to  their  facr:-,   what   h'    thought   or"   tlirin;   sec-  ������.n<l   thoughts  inclined  him   to   decide  that,   this   eoiit-si    was   nineli     beneath  his   dignity.     Tlw   ijfoper   tieople     l<'>  deal v.ith mei-i  of the  Hartheb-iuy and i  Vf'ill    KOOU    tVpi-    WiTi;    liii     |>oii. i .       ii.    i  woivld   put   the     |,oiiee       in        niotion j  .or.iii'i*-.*   tin in.  aii'.!   In     ������������������< t  "'.it   to  ������'!<.  tt |  with   a   rightrou:.     <h:-,ive     ������-,f     seeing  liof.h   men   well   and   properly  punished.       iir>    ti t'o-' ' :.-'.!, ''','' :i'-'  wis   n<')t   iinpro\ ������������������(!   l,y   ilu.   uioriiim.^^  proceedings. li'    i ad    v.'anl������<!,     l"<"������r  *'"    life,  to i'')!iii<l<   in   Mareia,  all    ri|i<-iilt    the    epivoiie    o������  filtee   in    in  1o   tell    her   .  tlie.  ii i y Jili   -ill  in  ,<;  xvh  en  Nil'  h>  ���������'1.  V  >\    III  lil'ealil.  P.MI  I OOlll  ������n<0*&mZ<k*v*A���������������"'���������-'l>������'*. r-'J\\y;rYu:'},l? |  ^r.,/mwM.W1   !*>^..-;i--u<'.t h-j Murlrtr.   Try IMr������  i  lOfJfil Ott>M������Siiitf������wr, !������������������* K������*C������e������f������rl  Your customers will appreciate your care and cleanliness a$  your parcel their purchases of meats, butter, bread and  vegetables in Appletord's Sani-Wrappers.  Particular trade goes to the store thai is careful of the details of cleanli*  ness and appearance.  Ask your Jobber for Apple ford's Sani-Wrappcrs, or write its direct for  sample* timl prices.  \m  Appleford Counter Check Book  ., Limited  ���������% n������ n-^>vi  IViilU. IV/1X|  Ii.U M������������rin������ m%.t*������ h*.Mxx������M.-������Ji' i-tf������,   ^*-  .   I  r.fr-lfW AUl> WAUKMOUBtn AT TORONTO. IfONTTtfAl.. WlMKirr.O muI VANCOIA'**.  1^'**'l**'!r'!*,tori?Iit*i* MHH0M*0*m  w.  IN.  tJ.  ���������  I '������'���������  &m**<n'.n}mMmx������.  '������iii,iiiiiw'wi������i'������i"������i'i|'ii't'1i'.ll.!<|-MMiUin J-V.1  ^  ~'"ltlf^^  S������fgii������sa������fisj?Ei  ;-2^;-."i^i'^JS&J  ^.-;���������;-.-;;i;^i&jvSSi'  #a*������  ������������������win i 111 ni'iii mum i  y v^^itfe^cnirvwork, rwith your business ?  irfe0igre^j^mM&tipu ake&dof you?  j''%MfehM ;������i|e?^,^ithv;sale^iianship ability:'.  |f:?%^;;im^t1toitIi^ir ^*vaiitage.tO'-write to ���������  A Good Motto to Be VLcaraM r������^_  &b/IJI     X/U).  -:.im������.   ������>.a������ p.n^Hnjs- ������.Brr. ���������! ������,������j">4,?f  .-���������.������������������������.. ,������.������sf*aeiwa.������'6-a.    fffig.5 3a:. B.  x%3%&A'&x-ax'**  SI mg These War Times       '."'-:..;  a! Theodore Roosevelt has long been  ;;S knownV as. an :;apt;' phraserriaker���������-  ���������rg "speak ������������������sofjJy,^>u|V <:ftrry Va "big sticks"  ;SS "ni"al^factors :o������>7gfi|at .wealth'""rave  '���������>  *s������-       .' SS  suicide." and manv others  come    to  bv.ww������v -- mind as Ins contribution to the ver-  nauuiar  strengui -.01- wnat     we     may   ���������: ���������������������������" ���������':..-"...������������������������������������- :������������������-������������������" ���������������������������������������������r���������-~~~T        -~~r= j perhaps be    permitted,-   to    call    the  ^ili!I!83IISS52SSSSSSSS������SSSSlSigB^i������isliiiS6i9i������B������a3iiiiiiiiSs3iiiiiliiiieisif language.     At    a    recent  '                meeting- in New--York he coined, an  other epigrammatic  sentence   which  should be addsdv to Ihe list,  audience gathered in Madison SqVare  tiarden   at  a  public   meeting    under  H   Kihriinr��������� \,yS\r:������%n������*���������   sT^f8^" ��������� TFll!*2*^l.*B'GPl%'; a is��������� '��������� 1  55     Et=5?%���������,*&     .. JS.  ^^������ba������i       ^M^Srai������a������'      jl s^a v������a������n'Aa      -������^#r. v    ������g  ������ - **'  _  S    Vvc cati oft  oats m carload, iots ueuvereu -at  H West at minimum  prices,  3S Consign  your  grain shipments  to  s    THE OLD RELIABLE GRAIN  COMMISSION  any   station   m   tlie   g  MERCHANTS   =  RichA  a"^������e s������  S '-.-*--'���������  ' ���������*'"���������'.:.���������'       Limited ���������':���������-.   ���������'������������������'������������������.��������� jg  ������ 'WINNIPEG CALGARY SASKATOON>������  TisiiB.SBESiSifSBEeseiiMiSMSssHiiSi.gsiiiaiiiiifeiiiiiiiissBigisiaiieiHiiiein  1  >      XOU'  ������   Don't; >.-���������  "���������'^HavV'^ ��������� j  to Ring   j  We're always on the hop. "We con- j  ceatrate every effort in looking I  after the welfare and comfort of  our guests. That's what we call  "Service," that's what will make  you fee! at hoiaw at the Walker  xiouse. That's what enables us to  serve oyee 253,GG0 meals every  year in our main dining-room, an  important fact id connection with  ihe walker House YThe Ho������<=������*'������������������������*'  Plentv*). -.*    "-.". ������������������'���������:'  - y   . v ���������<.----:  Toronto's Famous llatsl ���������  TORONTO, CANADA   - :  "Or a-Cash'-' Bask  Western People are Urged to   Dis-  ������������������ ?. .... courage the Credit System  #C. Vere Brown, speaking in Winnipeg^ said that about 40 per cent, "of  farmers in Manitoba. Alberta and  Saskatchewan were in a position to  deal on a cash basis, but did not do  so because they had formed, the  credit habit and because the average  merchant did not require them, or  make it worth their while, to pay  cash. Out ofj/890 merchants in rural  centres where the Bank of Commerce has branches, 703 allow no  cash discount;  Mr.  Brown  declared.  GEO.  WRIGHT &S. M. CARROLL  Proprietors  s:  Many Germans Enter Holland  During AugustV and September no  fewer than 55,000 German deserters  crossed the JDutch frontier* .The  dread of having to -endure another  winter in Flanders is probably the  chief reason for this '..increased leakage. Suspicions are, however, being-  entertained that all these desertions  rtiay iuean sctttclhisig quite difrerent  in<i tiiat t������c Vjerinans arc ajiowing'  men to pass' into Holland with a  hidden purpose.  Tli*  ���������XJ-A. * **i  t ���������^'fcf  give discounts for cash was one of  the main reasons for the success of  the mail order house, the speaker asserted- The banks were now attempting io give better service to the  agricultural population, and greater  co-operation was required.  There may be other corn cures, but  Hollo way's Corn Cure stands at the  head of the list so far.as results are  concerned.  Pretty Bad :V'"..V ..."  At the end of three weeks" of married life a southern darkey returned  to the minister who had performed  the ceremony and asked for a divorce* After explaining that, he .could |portion of cheese,  not -grant divorces, the minister tried -     isf-"***.   4V.iiK;������������������  the auspices of the iuayof's committee on national defence. ���������The crowd  shouted its approval of the patriotic  speeches to which it listened. The  speech of a captain in the Australian  army who has been wounded twenty  times in the war whs ���������.���������receive' with  especial enthusiasm. When Mr.  Roosevelt's turn came he referred to  this Australian  soldier's    speech    as  4������--i...1.vja���������������������������  _r ai._- ���������__: j  mc    uwi    auuic������    Ml    VliC    CVUlllilKl    tttiu  said, to the audience that they did  well to applaud him, but added: "I  want to see you shoot the way.you  shout." The co'untry must realize  this more fully than perhaps it does  if the United States and its allies are  to be victorious in the war. "Shoot  the way you shout" is a good motto  for these war times.���������-The Outlook.  x4T%  carter's LiUtc:.jLiver  SS-jSSfe ,     HS      ������S������!������>j  ���������XB%x*<gi0 ������������������:���������������������������:���������  ah^HH am?  Ii1  ������^  h v������g������iM>iffl r������m������ay mat svmenz tifres @f������mpi ,  gvaHon.   Buntsfe������������ tent tk������d leefes eltmetim  m  4  S3S SnSi9 j<am  Sis  THANKFOLIOTMEES  Mrs. Wilile Theriault, Pacquet-  ville, 3ST. B., says:���������"I am extremely  thankful that I tried Baby's Own  Tablets for my baby. Through their  use  baby thrived wonderfully and  I  ;������   T    ���������_���������,,..  fee! as it l cannot recommend them  too highly." Baby's Own Tablets  break up colds and simple fevers;  cure constipation, colic and indigestion and make teething easy. In fact  they cure all the minor ills of Jittle  ones. They are sold by medicine  dealers or by mail at 25 cents a box'  from The Dr. Williams' , Medicine  Co.,  Brockville, ,Ont.  <L"   ' " '     " '   Getting Off Easy  "Dick, you've toid mc that story  once before."  "What of it? I've told it to some  of the fellows five times."  Minard's Liniment Cures Distemper.  Patron���������Bring me an  infinitesimal  to dissuade his visitor from  ing out his ��������� intention.  Waiter   (dubiously)���������I    an*   afraid  carry- I we have not that much in the house,  I"  fe-Bssi  s  a ROSY. CHEEKS 'gS5^,w^ijbR.h^i������wiM������s������oeBissd. s^s������������r  |   aitioa which wm be Biiscft &������!p������d &r ^=/^.S^, A 5LBS. & &3x%.\Jffi ' E*ff*-B'3fc  HHMdXliXXXX.^arwfffnw. ihtjii ^im  t*Xf_ l.'lt..  ������     ������������������'      '������   *������  by using mors  ���������sJsaSSesss.  ��������� ���������    ���������      TOd^uijr ���������   ���������  A.e present prices st ������ays to ess  v-  Sess butter and more Grown Syrup*  *n 2, 5, 10 and 2G pound tins,  also "Perfect Seas'* yuart Jars.  Write  for  fees*Cook   Book*  THE CANADA STARCH CO. E.1MITEO.  MONTREAL. 15  "Who is jroingr.   to score the new  opera you are going to produce?"  "I am afraid it is going to be the  ��������� critics."'���������Baltimore American.  ir  II  \t  ���������������1f-  ess**-  es ea   sa Bl- PL.  ������   ������  SL  09.  !       SI  j   Tfae Sotsl 0! * Pisa������ it ihe  j  I        Actios.  Insist ������B SSiv  B  I  B  1  A World Beater  IS  If  I.  11  TNDI^ESTION becomes a  ._ habit to a certain estent*  Tvaany of the conditions under  which we live are artiflcialc W������  sat too a&uchp take too little natural exercise, and have too much  worry and anxiety. The digestive system does not get a chance.  The liver is usually first to get  out of kilter, then the bowels become constipated, and the whole  process of digestion is disorganised. Instead of being properly  digested, the food ferments and  causes sour stomach, belching of  wind, pressure of gas about tho  heart, suffocating feelings and  faints ^ spoils.      ;''  Headaches, pains in the limbs  and back, tired, depressed feelings, irritability and discouragement are other Bymptoms.  You may have tided stomach  juiouiumoB ������,nii uiiius iu uigeaiiou  until   you   havo   given   up  in  despair.  ,-<y*u-..-������-  *������������������"���������  e losses  .1.���������>''',.',���������'\���������.-���������'.��������� * '-'.;.-  aose Pals,  gsl  Operation   Avoided  BIr*������. Atrnio. WatStSns, GSacG 3S������y, IZ&u  Harbor, N.S., writes; "I think It le time  for mo to give my experience with your  wonderful Klduoy-JUver. PUla. For aeven  niontha X -jtuffered with what the doctor  called IndlKOfltlon, but whatever it wan,  1 eultorod torrtbly, ������i'tto pain wou'ia utart  under my loft shoulder and iiaab down  my Dido until It reached jtho *ptt of my  stomach. It Jiiet oeemed aa it tho flesh  w������r& belnff torn from tho bone. At tlmea  3f. HB*il to |ro without food from 0110  morning until tho noxt. I had no tm-  ������rKy left for work at all. At laot our  doctor nont me to the hospital for a  mouth. War four day* and nlflfhtu I never  brok������ my fast except Cor a drink of  water. Jkiter four weekB* treatment  there X returned home, and waa baak  only four cluy* when the pain fttimo baclc  worae than over. Then I woo told X  would have to undergo an operation, tout  I would not conaeut to 4hat, At la������t I  read w.hnuf "JOr. Oiww'h Klfllnoy-Llv^r  Pill** aiirt cititrtttd t<* take them. At ni'Ht I  I ������il<l not notlcw much dlfferonco, but attU  I kept on iialnfr them, and by the tlmo  four boxen wer������ u������od rwao iperfectly wol!  asraln.    ���������rh������t -warn In 1D14, 00 you aoo 1  ~.~..   H.������k������-������/.j.   uujf    i,Ut*\, jx   wuu  liiilvUi      X &nxxu  alw*iyti be grateful to Pr. Ohane^ ICld-  rje������^������*f^1v**ir TPIHh, tm th**y did more for m*  th������n four doctnra."  ���������But what would it be worth to  you to be free ������f all this trouble,  to feel again the old energy and  vigor, and to enjoy healthful  living? J  Dr. Chase's Kidney-Liver Pills  are not offered to you as an ex-  pesdment. There is no question  as to what they will do by way  of awakening the action of the  liver, Iddneyft and bowe^ and  removing the pause of indigestion  and kindred ills.  Their curative powers have  been proven in hundreds of thou-  * sands of cases, until they are established in tho great majority of  homes as the one family medicine  which is indispensable.  It iaxm you to apply this treatment in your own case* It will  only cost you a quarter to mako  the test, and we do not hesitate to  predict that the results will am-  prise and delight you,  11  Saskatchewan's Production per Cap*  ita Unequalled  In a recent speech at Repfina, -Sas--, ������������������;'������������������  katchewan, the Hon. C. A. Dunning,  provincial treasurer of that provinee,  stated that he believed he was absolutely within the mark when he - said  that this year the total production in  the province of Saskatchewan, with  a population of 700.000, agricultural \  and otherwise, was $400,000,000, the  production per capita possibly not  being equalled anywhere- else, in the  world. Of this amount, he thought  he was not placing the profit too  high at one-eight. This would mean  a clear profit of $50,000,000 to the  people or Saskatchewan.  Miller's Worm Powders will eradicate the worm evil that bears so  heavily on children and is believed to  cause many fatalities. They are at������  acceptable medicine to children and  can be fully relied upon to clear the  food channels thoroughly of these  destructive parasites and restore the  inflamed and painful, surfaces to  hcalthfulncss. They are an excellent  remedy tor these evils.  Unprepared  Edith���������Were you taken l>j' surprise  whenhc proposed, dear?  Elsie���������Goodness, yes. Why I  hadn't looked up his financial standing.  A Remedy for Earache.���������To have  the earache is to endure torture. Tlie  car is a delicate organ and few cart-  to deal with it, considering it work  for a doctor. Dr. Thomas' Electric  Oil offers a simple remedy. A lew  drops upon a piece of lint or medicated cotton and placed in the ear  will work wonders in relieving pain.  II        1.1 -1    ���������' 11     - 11-1111��������� -      - T  Doubted It  '"Arc you sure it was "Miserly you  saw?"  "Positive. TTe wai ho close T could  have touched him."  "I guess not. Miserly is so close  that nobody can touch him."  Minard's Liniment Cured Colds, etc.  SI  ii  Ill        #������1 $       wjr* 1  %00mxxwtmxx*0xxmm  One pill a dose, ms& ft W*, S f������r $!.#. at ah deata, er Edmaiuott, B&Ud & Cto., K-lmliwi  Toronto.   23a sot bo tcJkwdl iiuui mmptimw ������ tttbstttiiftG.    Imlutloiiy  ooly  di-!t*j*psto!i  \ymm\m^m%m\iMmmttm  ���������Mr-wwoin m������ w������i,im ������������������������  ���������NWM*,*tW(W������*fl������Wi������,  mtmtmMiiiJt  \mmm*^mmmmmmrm������  ^*JtoJit������ilMi#WW^  m^mmnttm������f*mmim**m'*m  ii  u  If  Collector���������When shall I call again  about the hill, sir?  Debtor���������Heavrnp, man!      I    can't  l^,f,,.^,.^    t iA\    pliAii/1     Jt1������"t    ot.tt^n     1*������������    r*r...  wye to be out."���������Boston Tramcrlpt.  "Ma says Ihut the paper says that  the lodfte gave you a rote of thrmke.  What i$ n vote of thanks, dad?"  "A -*,-.{<���������> ������f iltcnlzs ::; -.in exyireBsioa  Af "r^Al'V-fie r*r * iJ^dy that i< no wAp  hlndinir on the IndlvM'Ul/'��������� Tud^. '  "::.'--';j"'#il  m  ::&&m  ;V:VO||i  ���������KWM  wic.  fl^-y  V.  IftWO  sarsfflWliiwiifc;  'iwi 11   in  in ���������.   1.   WH m.  .nc.bn.cS:.i,tm  Issued every Friday at Creston, B.<J.:  Subscription: $2 a year in advarfce ;  ������2.50 to" United States points.  .0. P. Hates. Owner and Editor.  CRESTON.  B.C., FRIDAY, JAN. 25  .f ^  me m asna&M*am*ammu mrxxwmm  ������ar  3. lit/ Cuiuiuivuccs  ui  xl XT ~~>  who jl' ttiiuoia  Institute and Board of Trade on  irrigation have been brought into  existence ������.t *"the ps>cb6iagical  moment and it is to be hopvect will  prosecute their labors with, th.e  utmost vigor. v  ,;   V      :-;  ? :-;���������  The rather dry season of 1917  brought home to the authorities at  "Victoria that relief of some sort  had to be provided in the way of  water supply forthwith or the men  on -the land in some parts of B.C.,  the Okanagan more particularly,  would have to  eo out of business. Ik������������������������������tI   ���������  A thorough study of the. situation has been made by the lands  department and Hon. T. D. Pattullo has just announced that he  will ask the local legislature at this  sesssion to vote $500,000 to help  along the work.  "It must not be supposed," said  Mr. Pattullo, ' that this appropriation of $500,000 is to be applied  solely to the Okanagan. Any  part of British Columbia that required assistance financially to  improve its water supply would be  ^ided," he remarked. - He anticipated that if this appropriation  were passed they would be able to  take care not only ������"f the Okanagan  but of any other district in the  province that needed looking after.  In addition to be encouraging as  reacser tnat xew, it any, mining  companies will be offering bargains  these days, and that if lower prices  are submitted, the natural inference  these days is that there is something wrong somewhere-^-and invariably its poorer stuff than you  will be getting.  Buying only as needed the  Institute is not in a position to  refuseJx> take dsliyeryLof cars* and  ra8>.betwixt^king..,.pbanoe8,Qi^ lower  priced rT,feeds������and:rthe almost sure-  to be cussing-from  client's fbiSpal-  btedly the Kicst generail^tissfui bit pf bearing apparel these tihsss is &  Sweater,    It's the right thing ��������� in the right place so of ten there's no ������������������������������������**<��������� *���������" ������*���������  ming Hf������ inferior goods,'  ing a fair pnce for ia.standard grade  of products, we believe most Institute, members will commend the  ^- :. '��������� i������'^_  _������_���������;.._ ,e_  ui6iuw.ger lor fjia.yiug  saic.  qouni its ma-ay u^  Ke^I^good. Sweaters, likelother commodities, have been travelling upward in  -price stea&iyvvand if ydu ha^e been putting off investing in ^riiew one we call  -attention to the Brices below.2' <:"*��������� ���������.---O;''.>'��������� \ v;>';������'V.v^;-.'*������ ;*���������'������������������  ���������WT  W CX    Q1>D  In purchasing tobacco, shoes,  tea and almost every other personal commodity  few   of   us   can be  tempted  away   from   a  standard  ������������������_i������������������__i_ "n   toiUcuiai o.      Jiu     uittHW  how alluring the price of the  "sornething-just-as-good'V article,  and on Institute commodities this  policy should be the more rigidly  insisted on ia -view of transportation difficulties and the somewhat  greater liklihood of deception being  tried. In this respect, in these  times, verily there's no friend like  an old friend.  &.-.-.A   ������������*>..   (wItt   ������w������***'-ftfuirv-������?  capital accumulated at the end of  the year it is useless to berate a  manager for not always having at  least a car of stuff on hand. Nowadays a carload of this stuff runs  into at least $1,200.  ov^rstoeHea-ana^lyite\t'|iev^ inatwiii clear put/everyVone ot our Mens  Sweaters at timely reductions~-for you. ,  *. v a. ��������� ,.0jx    ���������������      0^r       tx^    ������   ������     ,��������� ������������������������*.   Jm.   fXx.    m   n jg. ������iw jfc������.^yj������^������     -x^r ���������������-'       ~xj**x.^-wr .   ���������- ^*- m.       ^j*-   m v a   ������������* ���������  $5 Kne going at $3.75.   $4*21 line going at $3.25  Bovs Sweaters at the same sweeping price-cutting  /  These goods are right in every way and cannot be duplicated any where at  these prices to-day.    They are in a nice range of colors and all sizes.  MEN'S WORK-TROUSERS.    Heavy Tweed goods.    Good wearers, and  a pair to fit every customer.    Examine these before buying elsewhere.  0TS   &&B&Sx$ *%S*a5B-  a������feetsn������irrf������~*W t.hA  statement!     If our  Wynndel  scribe   were to   5    S%/E ^*i������e^* &������ ���������* ���������o^k w������  is doubly comforting. The incident shows the minister is no  stand patter. Notwithstanding  some financial stress he proposes to  get on with worth while projects.  In the light of Bach progressive-  ness there is reason to assume that  Mr. Pattullo will also see to it that  a sufficient sum is voted to finish  up some engineering features of the  Kootenay flats reclamation project.  ! j   ~.   oouu      aiuug         ~������      .,_  ouuij       xri       ail  institute BaySta^  There are a couple of features to  Victor Carr's letter in our last  issue that we cannot let pass without some comment���������and we hope  this issue will close the local  farmers' institute contraversy, for  the present at any rate.  Mr. Carr finds fault with the  trading department because it did  not utilize some accumulated  funds tc buy up a 1018 supply of  stumping powder before the recent  i-uvlier spectacular rise in price, entirely overlooking the fact that the  Institute could not do any such  buying because they have no  proper place to store explosives of  the wort, and no matter how willing and anxious they might have  been, ho soon after "the Halifax  tragedy, the authorities would  never have ullowed thorn to store  any such quantity of powder in  the middle of the town. Too, unless orders were, in hand for powder  it would hardly bis udvimibie for a  co-operative concern to ntoek up bo  far  ahead   with   u  doubtful   com-  niodit.tr r������f   thiunorl.  The other complaint, that the  manager wiih not diligent enough  iu   HeemiiiK  competitive  priccu on  breaking into Norman Oraigie's  hen house and polishing oif a  Plymouth Rock on two successive  evenings, all hands would say it  was a yarn for Alice Siding, to go  one better on. But the thing  seems to have happened at Ross-  land, according to the Daily Miner.  Here's what it says:  R. W.. Grigot- has been somewhat  perfc������i-beci of iat<������ in going to his hennery and finding that some of his  birds were missing. Monday morning he found only the head of one of  his fowl in counting them. Tuesday  he. found the body of another arid  decided to "get" the robber. Last  night he found a huge owl sitting on  the roosts with the hens, r Mr. Grigor  despatched the bird with a stick, and  on measuring the intruder-it was  found to be five feet from tip to tip of  the wings. It had entered the poultry  house in the first place-by flying  against and  windows.  these lines,   and   a  great" deal  of  ized surely it should be possible to  do some doubling up without at all  causing the hours of labor to expand from the time-honored 9 to  5 o'clock, nor yet impair efficiency.  In other lines of trade and commerce the war, has enforced this  maximum ot effort with the re-  siiltant financial benefit, and there  is no reason this late in the day  why governments should not take  the same drastic action.  We have reliable iufoamatipn  that such a policy would save at  least $2500 a year in Kaslo constituency alone. That amount  would help some on needed public  works, many of which are now  held up for lack of finance.  "S ������a?  BBfB  is urged by the Government���������it has done, ITS part, we are doing OURS^���������  will you do YOURS?  OUR part is to grow the very best trees possible, to see they are true-  to name, to care for them in every while they are in our nursery, and to  deliver to you, npiight, clean, healthy, well-e&lipereu trees with uitt&ui-  ficent root_jsystom, well packed, all charges paid, at your neaiest station  or dock.    We sincerely think that this is OUS part.- V..V  YOUR, part is to get your Order ready without delay so that you can  plant next Spring and to ORDER EARLY. Early orders ar* better for  us AND BETTER FOR YOU. It is humanly impossible to give the  same attention and care to. late orders as those placed six or twelve  months in advaace. ���������������������������'���������'$��������� '���������-'���������" VV'.vV. "��������� ���������    ';������������������"���������$��������� t^V.*  ������ ;;������y\������������������������������������<-\ '' ���������?���������':  Will you write Vis today^for Any informatiohe^and gluing -us an idea of  your   requii*en!ents?   Our   services and  advice are  cheerfullv....vou't^.':  '���������   ^Jl*I     XtX-XgyKs fty1?llK3La/X   CbllU   X7 X *XX<U    X*MX'CXX\Wj$\l.%3m      \JXXX       JLWV^OC?      XJtXXHXXXjQX, ��������� ��������� ������T,      \f,Kl.-      JL   X t\t*& *  List are yours for the asking���������-they contain yaluable planting and general  information. Do not dela,y���������write to-day, or see our local representative  Andrew Miller. .  OEE1B58  IftllimitBA     ^is'BPffi^S'IffrM  !l!������������*!������i������     ft������Il           _   ���������.������������������__J,������������������  i\\ MUl���������������"*������ -nUldQI|,69>-UUBB8paB9|i.  RSB  breaking  -one   of "the  P.S.���������Mr.   Grigor is  Rossland's  foremost   Liberal    Unionist,    and  t V������ owofn*>n o       rimon   virVio6"1 Wpw>l������ij-,w   1R  beyond question.  Hon. Frank Carvell, the Liberal  Unionist minister of public works  at Ottawa, states that a little  stock taking in his department  shows that there are almost 100  employees on the payroll whose  services can bo dispensed with  without at all crippling oirioionoy,  and that they will be dispensed  with.  We ilo not cite the inoidont  iiiei'ftly as a boost for the new administration at Ottawa, but  rather to ask if it is not high tim  our own provincial governmont  was doing n similar bit of stocktaking and following out the same  retrenchment     policy       wherever  The old saying about there being  ''nothing too good for the Irish,"  was rudely jolted on Thursday last  at Kaslo when the doughty Scot,  James Anderson, was re-elected  mayor over one W. J. Murphy, a  one-time alderman of the burg,- by  a uiujorlLy of 09, or better than  a two to one vote.  1493 Seventh Ave. W., Vancoiiuer, B.C.     Nursery at Sardls    __,  UR>  the war we doubt if the federal  authorities wi&l pay much heed to  the recoihmendation. The army  of unemployed returned soldiers  gains strength every day, along  with a demand for the conscription  of labor. These latter two agencies  ought to be able to cope with the  1818 situation successfully.  carloads ot feed,  i*iul proceeding M������ i posmbie lieiWo    Loo many of their  buy from the cheapest of the lot, j friends are appointed to vacancies  H(vr*tM to iin fi|iinlly unbound. : and make the t,i.;,k   that much  tho  *      ������ ��������� .������ ��������������������� ��������� i .     ,  ..     ,i:*ri . . .li  Lake it that quality ia of uuuu-.' IJriti'.l: ^'oliunbiu wiitnin to bo  conttideration. T'r������������*> waving of a: almost more than abundantly  fovv ooHt-i a [Mumd on the different i bh'tjwd with government agcutc  v������ii iti.'iM of ftwdtt in no real Having t tuih^hnorn and DolleeMa'ii, gold wmi-  at. ail if you K������"'' 'H'   niiein.>i  arl������������.-ic..    mi >.A<>ti*in,    iM-.^int-iar     <m      vt<i.w'o  Down at Kaslo they say that  the Anderson mayoral viotory has  got Jeems feeling his oats, and he  now seems willing to be groomed  to taokle John Keen at the next  provincial election in the Kaslo  riding. With the women voting  aud James doing his campaigning  in the Anderson olan plaid and  kilts you only need one guoBs as to  tho way most of the ladies would  mark thoir ballots.  Our old friond ShorifF Doyle has  just been named official administrator for tho old Ymir-Nolson  electoral districts. Ah the position  has largely to do with the affairs  of citizens "gone vvoal," who dio  inloHlatu the appointment in timely. ,1. H. him every qualification  nooofmary to handle tho work, and  round good judgement  in coupling  the office   with   that  of   sheriff in  thi:; instance.  Those who turned out for the  "Green Stockings" show Ohribt-  mas week are figuring they got  doubled crossed. The show was  not a 75 center and the barnstorming dramatists lost money at  Creston, Balfour and Fornie with  the intake at Cranbrook hardly  sufficient to make up tho deficit,  leaving no portion of tlie sixty-five  iron men garnered here for the  looal Red Cross,- under whose  distinguished patronage they  appeared.  ting on a poets' competition. The  Galley has' recently '*eb'ov?a' that it  has talent'j:of this class that deserves sonie attention, despite the  fact that C; 'Q������ Rodders is deB22.n4-  ing an open season for rhymsters  from November to May. H������  blames these poetic efforts for  bringing on the early spring, and  consequent shortage oi sleighing.  Although  tho  B.C. IfY.iItCbw*-'  With milling costs   pretty mucti j clerlcH oi' eonrt.H,    r^ginl,iiini   or one join   AuHoeiai,lon,   in   coiiveulaon at  As a looal poet romarkod in our  last issue, opinions differ. While  Kaslo wan electing a Bnotoh mayor  with a handsome plurality, tho  self same day Cratibi-ook ratepayers were- turning down a  Scotch lady oardidato for tluvi  school board with equal enthusiasm. She wears, the rathor natchy  ,.,.,.,��������� ^i������   ������������.,.-     * ...,;,    t , .. ..���������      i  do yo Icon. Howovor, Borfc Beattio  and Tom Oaveh will agreo with us  that there is no accounting for  Granbrook's tan to any more.  War bread is almost with us.  'The government has just issued  the formal order that after Monday  a 300-pound barrel of flour Bball  contain ouly 265 pounds of wheat,  the remaining 3������ pounds being  made up of other grains. All  kinds of favorable predictions are  made for. this standard staff of  life, chief of which is that it will  bo less expensive, just as tasty and  nutritious, though not so good to  look at as the prod not . of the  nrecent hff"b crude Hours. How-  over, the proof of the pudding is in  tho eating, and until we sample a  slico of this homemade war flour  bread wo withold all references,  complimentary or otherwise.  A lucent Buiidtiy evening Hurvioo  collection at Givind Forks Mothmlliit  Church got $20 for Halifax Relief.  fx...  it������������ f w, *.  \������i������l Ii      nil     i>< iiii'i-  ,,.;  i   mid  i.fl  with lli.< niiiu.il).  I Victoria butt w������m-.U. bv .i  vot.%. ������.f 'I,'*  BnggoHteii, that  if tho   local W,  CT.TT. iu hliv   *if   ������utii(lidn.L.r,   for   n.  Tjiiurie who   nought   election  to thin  year's hoard off school triiHtees In that  town.  flaws1  jMr.m  .. ,i  11.  V.I *  A, ..,���������  l������niVtt',,������!Jy Hin-iiuAid, ! paiiyiiiK nil ing  oi iiiideiMttapperii.  j to l>, reiiolnted in favor of Oriental   Bitvcr meda!  elocutionary    conte.it  ������i..  ,.. i i\.. t With v������*  "yM'-'h ��������������������������� irT'ii!"   t*i  rifH" of i indetttiii'i'd biltor   fov   \\\** p������riw< of i tni"< ye������v they   mi^ht eo������������MJdor put-  NOTARY fUBLIO  tNsun^nvQtr -  rral crsr/srer  4>U<Hit.lijW  It* UU/IL  txm  M"'"-' l������������.l������l'lllHllII.Jllin.!!IIIIIIWIII������Wi  limwwpmi ;������i!#^Sfi������i'2t������?}jS^ ^/iy. '���������"f~:,'^l&:Z}M^r?,&^^z^^'i^^^S^^'!^S^^^!^^':  '���������<������%&&  ��������� w^.;lv'4:-:i!  ���������I?  ���������Il  -^-'.it'r:-jaJ������1_-ja.v_ ���������  ;������������������������������������.���������-;���������  i?fi#&i  son'  '-'t\i.  V.'tw^: ���������  'Respite- '"^.���������rftt^^rj^tssi^fclvfejiJ'aiaSSs^*  ltieetingiym^  3oii>iSo6y gavM'<Bx.-*iig.V On    -si E-iu&y    ui&ut,  the V turnout was on the small side,  :bejjng\'fc^  ngure^ould^ipw^"^ F^tdentvAulafd:  ''/."vfS'S'.sS; G������3._*?g������.'"' '-"'��������� ���������-���������, ,".-*,���������*.- *v -''':%  TJtere ww^  .rpportsV^o%������0*2 :p."^si.4^i^^iibn~d-..direc^oi^'  ; whidh st"obdi o^r?������fi,������^  ?rfi*.STrs 4  if. i*Sis 1 iEtJK fj!  instii reature  or  GooVs addressiSrging'tka starting of  a regulation incorporated selling-con  eeria qij.a bigger scale than at present-  :w^rpassed"- ;up;aV^iiwe^prG;|en't vitobk-  the .view, that the >tiiobe.^-.wap'4" nofe  opportune, largely on V account "of =ih������  BurScient finance. Sip. Cook's 'tWn'eist  thatthe"'latitats '.'revert back to a 3  per cent. ���������������������������.- commission basis was also  .'r^fus(B"d;V-:Foi?--\l&iS':-'5: per cent, will  pi^eva!'-���������the extra.; 2 pel? cent, going  _into,'theVins'titul^.,teea9ury.v.r'r"^ ��������� "V E    i  Amenam'ents   to  the'-; Agricultural  ���������iK-iz.a-.'iS-E'j.'s:^.- i-  y3k.oouu>a.i>jivu .  'A'Wt*'.' 1...U.  ���������        uwv  session ' will  uiuynrc ut unc utwin :,u* iit'iiuc et irrigation committee.  necessitate" the^Institute ihcorpqratiog  itself under Fart II, ojr the Act. V This  ?SSi8t^/E5C������7,  se ajc-e tulu, iii tiiat ouce hiuofcpoi^a-  tion is 'accomplished the"banks', will  'S^'SS't?'" ir*-'1*3'������������s*=*rBl'0 ���������"���������������'���������"���������   ���������ST.-sa-srwpa-jns*. ���������  V ���������   MT.IU - * ,#"������    ������������ I>*fG Vail ������*J     ilai. *���������>���������> ������ji -ar        *  %���������"..'������������������    * .V ��������� I-*  ������Uwyw   iA/,uiv>.*.Mruyvi   Ba^VStX Vrjr.     ������J*������ ***K.*^  'I'fi?:;  WKnl-   ��������� ������*������ ^.4.*. r.Al t.        *X*'  directors- nbte^ s^  men wish to float a loan for ;the:in- ��������� lbuder^thah V ' wprdts' usually, ��������� JPassihg  ���������atSjiuiiotti^  drawing.i*������j^;Vqfa set'b^  th������^^Iffi^submitied at th^Feferu- ^ instead of rushing into print get th^  aryV meetlhgi-  V:.'T������-' "  -��������� ���������^������������������<i.������iBOi>5 <>->--���������  '  facta into their heads and voice: their  ihxx '  aecommoassion-.wiil be. secured -out  the ehopping mill and grain'.-grinding.'  feature/^  beep ^u^;'tiutt^he;' Q^%������^$\ not.  a1ilo%*''^uciK^^T^alj%' V^?t������-'*;0p^'^8'. on  me*dinm; either, in "..open  meeting, of  gfil&nn i������eae������iiMkfif- likfrlm  disectly  to   the .board of  directors.  Enough said, here and now,-' 'Let him i  that is'withost sin cast the-orst stone.  ram^i  ran' ~Cifcy Lumbar Co. Sawmill at  ron City.  Qanvi  Vwiil|*.WtlBjr  LIMITED  11311^16^  Sleighs and Cutters.      Team Sleighs  Single and Double Harness and Supplies  Several  Sets   of Second-Hand  Harness  Coal and Wood For Sale  mmmi  Sirdar Ave. Creston  J  THE Ci^NADIAN BANK  ���������vOF CO!  .SIX EDMUND WALKER.  CV.a, LL.D., k>.CL. V^udttu  PRfr  "rmwlJU  ^xjktmjt ���������"���������limit  SIR JOHN A!RD. Gi-nerflFManiigfr  H. V. K JONES. Ao't GenVMwv.ger  property- tesseM 'feorntiSeni for storage  warehouse"pi"}rposesJob'y.. -. V- V .'-  On" fr'rigatibtfV;i^'r"r Bidribrbe'.  briefl^'  1-,.^^' /������a.ti'A-''A'1/...^������l^v^^.^...^..^' 4.I.A.-   r.ZX.~-.X.Z^.^   .'  .^^W ^kltTO W|CCUl^;,0ljqi,VCU: t/ait9...,.C3I.UUjCVUKVFU.  He- - said: y 1'The; prolonged * drougth  last ; year .awakened many, of our  citizens to thenecessity-of ah adequate  irriga.tioii"systci"iji iu.oui* "Vitlley."  "Mr. Bobt. Stark put the matter^iip  to the. board, of trade, arid was appointed chairnian of a eoniaiittee to  investigate V the subject. Mi-. Stark,  unfortunately,- : left town for the  winter, and the board appointed me  chak'siias in Lhis stead.  "After investigating Goat River and  several creeks that might be available  for irrigation purposes here^ Mr.  Starn and his committee decided that  Arrow Oreek was the most feasible  project.. To niske sure that Arrow  Greek carried ah adequate supply of  water even at its minimum flow, the  resident engineer, Mr. Biker, was  consulted, and the flow of the creek  was measured twice. These measurements' were tasen last, fall, after the  prolonged dry spell, when the-.cr.eek  was at its lowest ebb, and both tlnies  the Sow approximated 9 cubic feet per  second. This, according to Mr.  Biker's estimate, is ample to irrigate  2,009 acres,  j "Mr. Biker promised the committee  1 that he would suryey a line from the  jmoiu nncic iv ie>    jirupuscu    IU    VO.U l>Iit?  creek, _around the mountain above  Creston, but unfortunately the pressure of work in his departmentVpre-  veuted his coming before the snow  came. ��������� . -'".'. . "   ,,.  "This line was surveyed at ono time  by Oapt- Ma.l!������.?id������.ine and, asnear h������  we can find put, the -levels he took  would- bring water .around Goat  Mountain about 100 feet above the  ���������eye! of the town. '���������"-'  > "Mr. Middletbn, provincial horticulturist, has been lecturing this  winter upon the application of irrigation and. the, duty pi water in the  orchard. He h;:s premised that ������r we  want him he will pay "'a 'visit to Ores-  ton and give tis-'all the information  that he can on this subject. ;���������".  : 'Mr. Middlcton aisp states. that  with the average rainfall we have in  Oresiton Va-IleV 8 on hie feet- of v/iitcr  per second would be ample to irrigate  5,000 acres. You must, however, bear  in-mi-hd that 9 cubic feet of water is  the minimum flow; the average for  the year would be much great* r.  "If the ditch could be brought down  arouud the mountain at a sufficient  height to give a fall of 50 or 100feet at  any point along the -.courser-ami stiii  hold the ditch high enough for- irrigation purposes���������an electric power plant  could oe installed that would generate  from   40  to  80  horse  power.     This  WQllld h������t   a*Hr*'**   fc'������   ei������w*ir������I������r   the riotxAa  VI   KIJR3    ������ ������K������l������,y   xyx   jKi.ii   yii   COint..  "The memberHof the board of trade  feel that a proper irrigation system  will be it boon to the yalley and that  the farmers should install and opei-ute  it themselves*- We feel that the  Arrow Creek project merits further  invest'gntion and ..hopes that the  Farmers' Institute will appoint a liyo  com i*t i Uoe'to" handle this 'tiff air. The  board of. trade .will. co-operate with  your committee in the preliminary  work, mid If the project is found to bo  fenpfblt' the board will assist you In  ������very way in its power."  Quito a lively disciission followed  Mr. Bmbroo'8 statement of case,, all of  which was favorable to such a, project  having the fullest investigation, and  to that end a committee componed oi  Messrs. Ooimtablo. Littlojohn, J. M,  Oraigle and F. H. JaclcRon whh named  to aht in 'Conjunction with tin* hoard  of trade committee.  J; A. JUDOATE,  ^^mei^^ggesti6ns:  .BpJ-TOR SlKVlE-jy::". ''���������. .- ',-.;^>^ L _V .' :y-  S^wRecently -;it.. was-found neee&-  sary. .to suspend certain.,, boys from;  schoolbecaU^e the^ h'ftd"l*ensniokino?  oto; the school grounds.' ;Arid, further,  a number of boys haye been befdi^  the town magistrate upon a similar  charge. The evil has gone so far that  probably there are few boys 01 ten  years or over in the district who haye  not begun, to smoke, or,-formed the  naoic. - ,  In view .of these facts it may* be  well to remind, parents that the following points are welt; established:  First,'that boys who smoke as a habit  usually become stunted in, their  growth. Secondly, that their mihds  lose in brightness, and,,.thirdly, that  the nerves are injuinously affected.  Beyond these consequences, as recent  obseryei-s can well testify, there is a  greater evil .in the deception arid lying  which almost invariabiv follov^s con=  ductof this kind.    .  It is by no means pleasant for outsiders, as teachers, and the police  authorities to be obliged to interfere,  and it seems a pity that parents will  not exercise the full authority which  is given them as well by nature as by  tbr ;S"??5 Oi OafiMMa.. '  Perhaps I may be permitted to  suggest two lines of possible reform:  I. That a curfew law be passed for  the town compelling boys and girls  under a certain age to lt-ave the  streets'at- a certain time in the evening,, and in the meantime, or failing  this, that parents take care to preveat  these younger boys from associating  in the evening with lads older than  themselves, who will lead them into  temptation. 2. That men and women  interested in the welfare of the' boys"  ;'.iid girls meet together and devise a  scheme togiyebpDbrfnnity for healthy  r>OATinofmn     .+���������.���������.������������������    'fViorin fir*'r������VkO 1t������1 ������t "..- -5������V  this regard the lads who have alrea)dy  left school, some ,b������ them far*' iipo  early, are the ones who are. most in  need of help arid will most appreciate  jt. ,.:yV' VV  I am obliged to. vou; .Mi*. Sditoiv-for  giving  space  for   rthis    letter,'   and  earnestly trust that it may lead to  + fui-ther" discussion    of    the  ' matter  through the columns of The Review.  C33ARI.es BROITgSON,  Principal Oreston School.  v NO"riOE is hereby given  that the  <vuuc. ^"xa?a.lion ActVkn'ii Public Schools  , See. j Agt^-fo^iihe' Kelsonv"*:Ass&ssmWnt* Dis-  tt"|eS^r^inest|ng theVciSSss^aHiint Hells  ���������JAra aS!& ������wi!l; M *&&^Si tlfe Ccui t  rtbn^eS Npjsoh1^^ B.'C^ :^ T^es^*y, the  29th day of JkmJary; ISIS; at 10'6'eloek  in_the forea,oop. -. - .'��������� v ��������� > -r//- -"j-"'- .i'--y ���������  V''Mted-.at KeisQn-~B;tX',7tnis I2th" day  of 3"iirhi^'ry'.iI9i������s;  '^''t^T-'/^-^I''^.' *  'W vv "������������������/���������'���������" .',"���������.���������0, B^nAMVUtxrNi  '3 udge of thV-Goqrt of Revision  ^ ���������'���������'-.     v    !:  and Appeal.  - Notice is hereby given that all taxes  fox* the year .1913 for\ propertfeg'sifcuate  in the Nelsbib1 Assessment' Disti-set at-e  now due and payable: at niy^office In  the Court House, City of Nelson, B.C.  'And, moreover, take notice.that the  publication of this notice is deemed to  be equivalent to a personal demand  by the Collector of/'all taxes due and  payable by persons liable to pay^tbe  same.   , '    "   . ��������� ' ���������; ���������':",-"'"  - Dated at Nelson, B-C^tbls 2nd dav  of Jans:avy, 1918.  S. S. JARVIS,  Collector Nelson Assessment  '.'���������--���������������������������-   District.  NOTlcif OF CANCELLATSbK  ^      OF RESERVE  HEWS OF KOQTEHAYS  Cawtai.PaidUp.?I5,ooo,ooo  1 RESEC'E FUND. . $13,500,000  ��������� ���������'  SAVINGS-BANK BUSINES:  Security, convenience and courtesy are assured to  wilu (his Baijk..  1 ��������� 11  \xx0* %.     |.������������V  ������*-. i.  I fKs** n,������\0mn "  iv.  ������������j'������  VGii kViaV/Oi^ii your <k<*ohi>( tMiiin-My hy iym*j\.      r*  Viana^cr Creston Branch  C#"M       -*r% ���������rn'% ������r ��������������� "y y* rf^ ������������������w\  C^t^niff*tr*r������ir������<#   (TV**?/*.**  IflmVOH.IllDVIlCWt"  Hill., ���������Amniit th������>i lettm* of nrlttclnm  from Vl������t(.rtt'' Casr'. ye!r������tlyK* l-o thn  ������mmagomuutof/th.o,.i)r^itoiii'.;'^;^  Inn^t'ite. purmit"'hh"' Mjjitn.-������o iov out*  word, :',.AilAiv reading name it dawnu  on 'iiti (hrtt wlilli*  admitting the band  of   lUiiau in tlii'uo ciltin'miin wv uIho  dihnt'm-o Mm*  yob'Vi of .Tnrnb,    In  nay  i *iv������j*iu Ik* ii> uithiu' 0110 or th������ ������,tli������r, or  I lintb.   w������������ wl������h   to ������f������y  Hmt we  h������.v������������  triftt  a*i  ft'fHul crrnuni?;;  f;vr ,-,;-{t.|,-.Jnln.v  Notice is hereby jsjiven _that the  reserve existing over Lot lOQaO.. tri-cjwp  1- KontenH"17' District is-cancelled foi'  the.purpose of selling same to Mr. Joe  Tebo.  &.RVNADEN,  Deputy minister of "Lands.  Department of /Lands,  Victoria, B.C.,VJanuary 9,1918.  w������l-S.   A.IC IJE'  - Sealed tenders will be received, by  the Minister of/Lands riot later than  noon on the 28th day of Febrnaiy,  1918, for the purchase of License X  3212, to cut 2,52t>,000 feet of Sawlogs.  44,890 Railway Ties, and 4,670 Cedar  Poles on; an area known as Lots ^77  and 3878, situated near Creston,  Kootenay District. Two (2) vears  wiii be allowed for removal of timber.  Further   particulars    of    the    Chief  Forester, Victoria, B.C., or Dibtiict  Forester, Cranbrook, B.C.  mm  *  Wood pile thieves axe operating in  Kaslo this winter.    .  20 rinks participated in   the curling  bonspiel at Fernie last week.  *.':"..... ^  M. R. McQuarrie is the new mayor  of Nelson. He beat J. E. Annable by  07.    All told 051 votes were cast.  Thos. Uphill, after four yours us  mayor "at Fernie was. heaten this  year by G.  B. Tliomsan by 23   vote^i,  Last yeiu* the Kiifllo city waterworks turned in a profit of over $1700,  and the electric plant was oyer. $800  to tho good.  Mayor. Thomson of Fernie is willing  to serve this year without salary. If  the aldermen will do likewise the  town will save $1,200.  Economy wiih "diligently j>iacMm-,i  by Kaslo council last year, the city  council reducing a $11000 overdraft to  ftftil In twelve nintitlin.  Both Fernie und Grand Forks elected clergymen to be police commissioners for 1018. At Fernie the parson  uuulu Ion ukIiI 011 tt pliitkiiL-iii lor a  ���������'oloHed" town.  By noniu oxci-ptlbnally expert iln-  ancino' at Grand F������rl������"������ ib������. omuvJ!  belioveH it has otioup*h economy afoot  to liiako it umitX't'btuViy 1,0 raihO tho  taxeii to make good the $1000 per  annum louo on hntoi iiccmie rW'H.  .. C(. G. Ileiuleriion,  one of our moat  t-ntnuaiUHUC ciu-U*t'ti ������mtl ilie ������iumor-i irOI. i'���������u Jnfi,,-,,,,,!?,,,, uppljf/tijo,,  t\me- to fall and bw>ak bin wHHt oii j i<houlnl \m mndn U* tho Hiwretary of the  tho -morning oft\u> hoiiunlot.    lie.^ wAm I T>i>-^".mont of the Interior, Of.tu.vtu.  ������tr.itihig uroumlMuMiormu-ofliiu build.   V{'   lV i"M>������ "Kf*"'    ������r   ������������������������ ^K������"������   <>*  .!>*.        *X<0        *������*A% H ^ ** I ^ y- *%*.**.  Synopsis of C������3at Mining  Regulations  Coal minpig rights of the; Dominion,  in ManitbbaV, Saskatchewiin tind Al-  bertu, the Yukon Ten*itOiy, the Northwest Territories and in a portion of  tho Provineoof British Coluuibiti, may  be loaded for a term <if twenty-one  yen-Mi ������*oneWal for a further term of  12 yeava at an annual rental of $1 an  acre. Not mon������ than 2.600 acres will  bo leased to one applicant*  Application for a loam must bo made  by the applicant in person to tho Agent  or Sub-Agent of the district in which  the rights applied for are situated.  In Hiirvoyetl territory the land must  lie described by sections, or legal subdivisions 0} sections, und in unsiirvey-  ������d territory tho tract applied for hIiuII  ih* HMtkiMi out, by tin* apphcuut hiiiiHi'll  Each application must bo accompanied by a ffoo of $5 which will bt* ri*-  funded if the rights applied for are not  iivuilable, but not otherwise. A royalty  uhu.ll ho p..id *.>������������ u������u imu-cliimtabiti output of tho mine at the rate of flveeontw  per ton.  Tho portion operating the mine wlml*  Iul-iuhIi tho A Kent with iiwot-ji rt'turiiH  uu.y.iiiUim   iui-    tiki:   lull    (piU.litkty   oi  nierrlutntublc con) mim-rl :ind pay the  royalty thon-ou. If the coal mining  rlghta nvii not Iming op<-rat������*d, Hiich  !*cttir.:iu shauld S������= f>inoii*htiil at leant  caco u. year.  Th������* h*������#w������ ������"ill fnrludi* t\w ���������*���������<������������!  mining rltrhtn only.  iiifoi-noit ion  .������*���������������������.������>.���������  UnookoU niu foot> ii-4)in   nndoi- iiioi Miul (  \\ 1%    i.Ai    *M.|#-&.    ������.l^.    ,.������t*.J...4-    ������.V������.l'������"i^l  ������.������o������      n' I .���������  1 ..oi.SiiMi' J sim hrnnV ���������|tv>v������ilii ICt-A,^ T'l'.*..;.  I  tho Inferior.  *������������t..,j..������.  xr.  1 in. ������*.���������*ij������ii*utsiorjs*.*.Mi ptsoucfttson ot this  ...Y.-..������tT    '   .   ������������������������������   .-..I   t   1 r   r  ������M������MIMM.UfW  ww*������lMl*tt-r^w^; t^)Wj^  |������������*^|*Bft^J������������������l������"JJ EsSi^i.'  m  i  3* j  KIMfflli  TH������-v::/BBYIfe:Wv/.;;; .-PKEHTOtt^.  .������������������������-. ���������:v;'>,ff*>3;:  ���������-.X>i'-..'.'    ���������'; V>.;-:v-  ���������;f. ���������'-.!'.  *��������� ���������B*f<s,jr*>yg>���������a^^  ,>������  APOWERFUL? AID   premie2r st'ock Coantey  ���������a*a *mi  8:   Wiaeii you ie@i smggisn ^ar������e ���������������*������!>���������������<������������  Ji  Northern Alberta  ���������live   stock  industry  oi-. Norih-  .I'crn; Aibcrta has received .a great im-  ipe'ius'by'"the   number   of  huge   sales  cattle  that have  taken  place    re-  ship-  and nervous, tired and?  indifferent, you have the  Srst symptoms of deciin-1 Sf  in'ff strength and your-i^My*. *?,ot ycry loupr a.fc������.a    ^,  ***-������'  **-*~"S?.     , ,*   JT      mem ot 22 cars was made irom Ed  SVSi<a*m   positively  needs   the ��������� monfonV   Alberta. . to     the       Unite  'Special  slUtritive food-tOIlic  ill   States, the approximate value or this  r __      - .__ _ shipment  being $30,000.     Recently  a  to replenish your bio������  pow6i> enliven" its Gicamuon anca  bring back irip snap 'auad. classiciiy  of good health.    Scott*$ Emuh  ���������aSaxn giiswdigc T*JnAur*������ wifh  the correct buiMir.g-focd  which is better than assy  drugs, pills or alcoholic  mixtures.  Sco.tt & Bowae, Torpnto, Oat.        17-1*  still larger shipment was made when  29  ears,  containing 626 head  of cat- .  tie, valued at $68,000. left Edmonton.!  for   St.   Paul,   Minn.       These    cattle  were purchased from farmers in various parts  of  Northern Alberta   and  testified to the high standard of ank  ma! the Alberta  farmer    insists    on  breeding on his farm.    A feature of  : the  consignment  was  a herd  of  100  . head  from     Fort   Saskatchewan.  Alberta, which  netted    the    seller    an  {average price of $108 a head.     .The  | future  of  the  live  stock  industry   in  : Northern  Alberta    is    very    bright.  ; Large  stock    buyers  of the    United  j States and Canada are directing their  : purchasing power to this part of the  country,  where   sound,  healthy    cat-  I tie are raised as cheaply as anywhere  ! on the continent.  iittlkt Before Hep  Experiments  More S!c������r!y  Sheep in Strong Demand  Great Interest Being Taken in Sheep  Raising in Saskatchewan  Judging by the correspondence received by  the live  stock branch    of,  the  Saskatchewan department of ag-  ���������   iiculture, a great development is due  .. to  take  place  in  the   sheep  industry  of this province.    Inquiries from    intending purchasers are being received daily, and the demand is not confined to  any particular    section.^   as  farmers  from  all  over  the  province,  attracted  doubtless  by    high .^prices  of  both   wool  and mutton,  are*\ anxious   to   engage  in  so     profitable     a  branch of their industry.    Two thousand  head   purchased  under  the  live  stock purchase and sales act of this  province  have  been  placed  this   fall,  and  orders   for many  more    are  already on hand and increasing rapid-  CHILBLAINS  Easily   and   Qu'cklv  Cured   with  EGYPTIAN  LINIMENT  For Sal* by  All   Dealers  DOUGLAS   &   CO.  Proprietors  Nananev -   Ont.  Home Visitors' Excursions  1"      "'���������>-l/  ---          province as many sheep as possible,  a circular letter is being sent to all  sheep owners, asking them to advise  the department of any sheep they  mav have for sale. It is hoped by  this means '~ satisfy at least part of  the demand this fall. The apparently  general desire to go in for sheep  raising is viewed with much satisfaction.  A Safe Pill for Sufferers.���������-There  are pills that violently purge and-^11  the stomach and intestines with pain.  Parmelee's Vegetable Pills are mild  and effective. They are purely vegetable, no mineral purgative entering  into their composition and their effect is soothing and beneficial. Try  them and be convinced. Thousands  can attest their great curative qualities because thousands owe their  health and strength to timely use of  *his  most  excellent  medicine.  C.N.R. Will Offer Reduced Fares to  Americans Going Koine  The Canadian Northern Railway  during the month of December will  offer special reduced fares to points  in the United States, tickets being on  sale from Dec. 1 to 31, and will be  good for three months for the round  trip. Passengers are offered choice  of routes to Minneapolis, St. Paul,  Milwaukee. Chic: go. Des Moines,  Kansas City and other United  States centres. Information _can be  obtained from any Canadian'North-  em agent, or from R. Creelman, general passenger agent, Winnipeg.  Prove   Sound   Travels  Than Bullet  In the firing line it has often been  noticed that bullets travelling at  high speed produce two sounds, A  man fired at from about 400' yards  hears first a vicious crash. That is  the bullet passing. A little later  the report of the rifle comes along.  The speed of sound has, in fact,  been ,beaten by the speed of rifle bullets.  Modern military rifle bullets, when  fired, travel at from 2,000 to 3.000  feet in one second. Sound can only  travel along at 1,100 feet per second.  So it happens that when a man who  has been fired at hears the report of  a rifle, he knows he is safe���������at h ast,  from that particular shot.  It is,, naturally, at long ranges that  the two distinct sounds are most noticeable. At a range of 1,000 yards  a bullets arrives at least a. second,  and sometimes more, in advance of  the report. The sound of the flying  bullet is caused by a vacuum at its  rear.  Improraiftg; Breeding Stock  [ Hereford   Cattle   are   "Prominent   in  Alberta,  If the: possession of tlie. highest  priced bulls is any .indication,.. A/'-,  berta has gained the lead for. the  American continent in the Hereford  breed of cattle. Within its borders  is the home of four of the highest  ( priced Hereford'bulls in any state or  province in. America. They are:  Beau Perfection 48th, '"'-lYhichhas been  bred and raised.by the Curtice Cat-  tie company, of JLangdon, Alberta;  Gav "Lad 40th: owned by Frank Col-  licut. and bought for $11,700; Martin  Fairfax, who was .purchased \>y its  present owner, George E. Fuller, for  $17,000; and Gav Lad 16th, purchased  by S. C. Moore, for $20,000. In addition to these .-high-priced males, there  are many valuable females in this  nrovince. -  Beau Perfection created a name  for himself by winning the^ first prize  at the Cal^arv summer fair-in .competition with all the high-priced animals in ��������� the province. This bull has  been entered for the championship of  the world at tl?e International Live  Stock Exhibition at Chicago, and  his owner, who is, sending 15 head  of various breeding classes of cattle  to this exhibition, is very sanguine  of his- chance of carrying off the  championship.  1ltax\.  a>^n*i>������..t!������������**ii"*>'������a..  t  III'lB  t  ipnp  n a Binrs   k������s*n   r* * *w a sivtr*  mm trie ringers i  Says Corns Lift Out  Without Any Pain  Drive them out with Sloan's  juiiinuCDi,    i.iiO- ������s..������5<������������������-~~���������*-oa  soothing liniment that penetrate**,  esrSs-Vsoist rrst.lsbins* arid jfelieyss the  pain. So' much cleaned than  snussy plasters ������r ointments; s6  ������3ru������a> *������������������*��������� stP.irs the skia or yo"  the pores. Always haye a bottle  in the-house fo/ the aches and  pniua wf ?jicUniat������Sfi3������ ^OUta> ������UK\-  t>ago, arfains, ������"3miiio������ 6^** 'j*������������**s  and all snudcie soreness.  Gsnsroue sisa bottl������9 atall druffKUito.  *������B_   ������n_ ai rirt      ���������   ���������-r. ������������������  a  it  B  K  9.  j!.very  rnurfcio   m  constantly   a  supply     of     rich,  rea  Alberta's Total Wool Clip  Tho total wool clio of the.-province  Of Alberta, last season, was 2,086,633,1 ������������".  and its total value $1,181,682. It is j h.ood  fair to assume that next season s  ctod will exceed this by several hundred pounds, as a great many sheep  i'luve   been   imported   sin  SO'l.  e  last    sea-  Minard's Liniment Cures Diphtheria.  Fishing Booming  The wider market available _ in the  United States and Canada this year  for   Newfoundland   herring,     because  ni  the srt-at reduction  in.  the impor  taf.or.s  Scotland   and   Holland,  I-.t.>   r-'ir.inlaU'd   the .industry   in  t uc   winter  nsucries  this  ai i:  r. ii:n r ry  ��������� i'j'.v i:: full swine; off the west coast  ;.:-.<;! hc'.lcr cacche? than usual arc bc-  i.-.T ".ndr. Th.*' packr-r* have largely  r.,;,rp{f..i the Scotch curing method,  i:i?r^a<* oi" siiipinn "f herring salted in  ! -.,M-    '-.:"���������   '������������������.:-i������������������'. io(or<\   :������'-     greater     de-  blood in  proportion  to the  work   it  does. The  muscles  of the back    are  under a  heavy   strain  and  have  but  little rest.    When  the  blood  is   thin  they lack  nourishment,  and the    result is  a  sensation  of  pain  in  those  muscles.     Some  people    think    pain  in   the  back  means   kidney    trouble,  but    the     best    medical    authorities  ag^ee that backache  seldom  or  never lias anything to do with the kidneys.    Organic kidney disease    maj'  have progressed  to  a  critical    point  without  developing    a  pain    in    the  back.    This  being  the  case  pain    in  the hack should always lead the sufferer io look to the condition of his  It will be found in most cases  that  the  use of Dr.  Williams*    Pink  Pills to build up the'*blood will stop  the Sensation of pain in the ill-nourished muscles  of  the    back.      How  much better it is to try Dr. Williams'  Pink Pills for the blood than to give  way to    unreasonable    alarm    abofff  your kidneys.    If jrou suspect    your  kidneys   any   doctor   can   make   tests  in   ten   minutes   that  will   set    your  fears at rest, or tell you  the   worst.  But  in   any   even     to    be    perfectly  healthy you  must keep   the blood  in  good condition, and for this purpose  no other medicine can equal Dr. Williams' Pink Pills.  Vou can get the=e j������Ul������ ihi-oiiodi  any dealer in medicine or by mail at  50 cents a box or six boxes for  $2.50 from The "Dr. Williams' Medicine Co.,  Rrackvi!1.'1, Ont.  9f.e������*Hf>.iSi*tr.*!������*������.������������.e*1w������..������Mfe.e������*������"������*.������,..a*.Qi.B**o������|H������������*9iie������������  Sore corns," hard corns, soft corns  or any kind,of a corn can shortly be  lifted right out with the fingers if  you will apply on the corn a few  drops of freezone, says^a Cincinnati  authority.  At little cost one can get a small  bottle of freezone at any drug store,  which will positively rid one's feet of  every corn or callus without pain or  soreness or the danger of infection.  This new drug is an ether compound and dries the moment it is applied and does not inflame or even  iiritate the surrounding tissue. Jrst  think! You can life, off your corns  and  calluses  now  without  a    bit   of  $100 Reward, $100  The readers of this paper- will be pleased  io learn that there is at least one dreaded  disease that science lias been able to cure in  all its stages, and that is catarrh. Catarrh  lieit'tf greatly influenced by constitutional  conditions requires constitutional Ueatme-at.  Hattfe -Catarrh Cure is taken internally and  acts ihrough the Blood on the Mucous Surfaces of the System, thereby destroying; the  foundation of the disease, giving the patient  strength by building up the constitution and  assisting nature in .doing its work. The pro-1  prietors have so-jn'ueh faith in the curative  powers oi Hairs Catarrh Cure that they offer  One Hundred Dollars for any case that it  fails to cure.    Send for list of testimonials.  Address: F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo,  Ohio.    Sold by all Druggists, 75c.  Pine Potatoes in   Northern   Alberta  The Edmonton district of Alberta  is rapidly making a name for itself  on account of -its potatoes. Before  us is a report, from a farmer at Fal-  lis, Alberta, stating that his_ yield of  potatoes was more than 500 bushels  to the acre, while a common size of  the potatoes is one and. a half  pounds each. This is the rule, rather than the exception in this district.  Minard's "Liniment  Cures  Garget   in  Cows.  AtiB   lx$%\t$f*&  ���������S^-s^aa   c-sss* v svsa.  Shigi to tls at once ana neap g  Benefits of High,Prices      a  now prevailing. B  | gMonlgtB  fJ&sf&vd/JezsL^tfFMlPEQ. Csnsda  ^^M������&\^^^m^sWiW^imx:^mm-.  J^  pain or sorenes.    If    your    druggist  hasn't freezone he can easily    get  small bottle for j'ou from his whole  sale drug house.  . "Machine Made Preferred  "A gfirl  should' be educated to  do  things  for  herself."  "Yes/'     answered     Mr.     Cumrdx..  "Only    sometimes    I    wish   'Gladys  wouldn't  insist  on  doing    her    own  singing- and piano playing."  More Than Her Share  England contributes 70.per cent, of  Exhausted -from Asthma. Many  who read these words know the teV-  a nble drain upon health and strength,  which comes in the-train of asthmatic  troubles. Many do not realize, however, that there is one true remedy  which will surely stop this drain. Dr.  D. Kellogg's Asthma Remedy is a  wonderful  check to  this    enervating  the tqtal British fighting force in the j aimient. it has A countless record of  war and 76 per cent, of the casual- rej.:cf to jt3 credit, it is sold almost  tics, which    shows    that    her troops J cverywherc.  have done not less,    but    somewhat j _  ,,���������>__-  more,  than their share  of  the  fight-j  ing.���������.Toronto Star.  Sweet and palatable, Mother  Graves' Worm Exterminator- is acceptable to children, and it does its  work- surely and promptly.  ';.nd  '.;  leiu-  ���������<;Ii-rure������.1  fish.  prices    prevail   for  bU S &Ui\.H HLri'ai-  nmnicpniinnirMT  Very Itchy. Burned at Night.  tfould Scarcely Sleep.  Mealed in One Week,  ���������.l I  bee .'I', ne   v<ny   r'.d    :idd  y^yf",'"c-    'Ihtn it ytil vi.-iy itchy and  /^rf .J^:}J\ (MimJ   i.i    )������m<   ������-o   that   ;������*  (\t>r |V!  "'';������������������' ������������������"���������ol.llc! :������.C.ir.-.'ly:il<*l'p.  ''/-L,-   -x.-'-\l f.-ll'-'tM'-'-hlM'-:'.. brn!:c//:t  Strange Recovery of Jewels  Who   Opened   the   Lusitania's   Safe  Is a Mystery  When the I.usitania was torpedoed  ��������� by  a    German     subniruiiu-    ofT    the  I coast   of   Ireland,   with   the   loss    of  11,100  lives,  she.    carried    with     her,  (among other rich freight, a consignment  of  diamonds  in    transit    from  New   York   to   London  upon    which  the  Union   Insurance    Company     of  BatiKor,   Mc���������  carried  a  risk of  $13,-  000.  Tlie company promptly paid the  rlaini, and entered the $13,000 iu tin  loss account. But, it now appears,  lone aftiri' tin' great disaster, the insurance eompany received n London  di;ifl for tlie full amount of its risk,  .���������"'!. :!. . "...fuMn.iiiwM i,h;it ilu. <!i,i  iiio'irls h;i<l hern rf ciivr.vcd, r.ay.'' Tlu-  I .���������-'.isi.'il't*    f'osl.  Aliens Clearing Farms  Between 2,000 and 3,000 enemy  aliens, Germans and Austrians, who  make their headquarters at the government detention camp, arc engaged in clearing the. land around  Kapuskasing, 70 miles north # of  Cochran������\ Here the new Dominion  Experimental Farm and the settlement of the Ontario government for  her returned soldiers, many of whom  are now being educated in the vocational training centres of the military hospitals commission in the arts  of tilling the soil, will be located,  Her Damask Cheek  A    country   paper    contains    this  paragraph in regard to a local wedding:  The bride wore a lizard-green silk  on whose cheek blossomed the flush  of dawning womanhood."  TAKE NOTICE  SAVE THE CALVES  Mightiest     swing  ever      aimed     a*  At ������-=  c; *_-.*:������  itv, and "Premature Cah ing, one  or one hundred  cattle treated in  S minutes. Use  one half of our  product, if not  satisfied return  the bslar.es sr.sl  get vour 'money.  - "KaU Savir"  sells 25 pounds  $4.00. Send fsr  ���������-���������riiitcd  rfi=sttcr*,'  Plant  and   Head   Office,   Edmonton,   Alberta.  P.   O.   Box.   321 r  '���������MiMer^'*9^-7������S,i&ss!  xVctilttv.ZlmiaZ &n& &^SkW6rrv, Itewpcs-  cSsncy, ton #f^lBnergVt Falpiiatien of t&4  Start* FaiUxr Mentry. Prica SI per box. as  for 88.   Oaar- ���������     ������������������  'pr������������c!i>ta or j .-_,  Eiui. JCnaonmpMe        yygg ~SW" P������������ek������H' SE^SDVo Net b*>9*s. e?^s  rreat tucccu. cuites chro'nicvvbrkness. lost vigos  tt VIM. NSDNKV, HLAOOXR. OlSEASBS. BLOOD POISON.  tlLBS. BITHCK No. OnUliOliTS or MAIL 61. POST ������ CY3  SOOGESA C6. 55, SEEKMAN' ST. IIES VORKort,ya*N SKr-S  fOKONTO. VVRITB TOR PRC8 BOOK TO OR. LE CL6R0  llieD.CO. HAVCRSTOCKRI). HAMr.STCAO. LOMDON. UNO.  *r������V NEW OWAQEBlTA������TELes9l POHMOF    BA5V  TO   tVU  s*rc an������  LASTIMGCUB*.  Kit THAT TRADK  UARKKD WORO  ' TIIERAriOM    l������M  iT.aovr.svAur autueo to all gknuimk rACKXitt  i  We publish simple, straight testimonials, not press agents' interviews,  trom weii-known people.  ���������^���������-From all over America they testify to the merits of MINARD'S LINIMENT, the best of -Household Remedies.  MINAKD'S UNI ME NTT CO.. LTD.  Doctor* warn aga***** *fs������.a������.������s  ,11  lri-^li   lishcrtiuiu,  uT������<>n    hauling  !' tl'IIIIII','  l(k������t  'l     ���������*;;     i *nv i  -     iv,r--  h.i'ily 'li'ili;',-  y^'V*^yft. nred.     T)n������i:   1   usrd  C.'uii-  X IX I < ������������������������������������  .'>������������������.ii*  .11 d  ('iiituient  I \ f.\f . .1 ;.��������� ���������,'.....������ -, ,.,r.,A,<;. ,;���������...  i  fsirrf ���������<*  y>\<m i"uhi  4 ��������� ���������>:...         i"l  \ -I,i������..'.. .i.      . .���������  l'n*>*   I'm-  I   .,���������-.      ,-. .,...t<-.-!./ I.;,  |,|.,yil lir.i'ly, J'rr-ckcM".!::.:,  r 'i <  <>��������������������������� 111k-i11 s<>f������tlifj, .oid h>*.<i������.  '|iii.' kly ivih-.vi'.d by  ,()<������������������>. i..^  r.i .1  ��������� .lit I  .oid  ������id     '''Culi^urH, *>?i>i. A  ttonton, Ii. ;->. A."     .V/''!(I ���������. v<.*i-v^/lir:r������-  'Hi'   !'."������'  ...    Ii.iw!,,  round  lli.it  In: had  hooked  .���������did lit.,-  ti'.M-.i   -.-i1'i-d,l.-  I"i<-h  in   h";-, '���������������������������.ircci-���������������������������-  ;i.   .iiialt   packa^r,   which  bor������'   plainly  ( i.oi'tdi tin- addii ',-, v,f a iirni of J.on-  duii   ):-',v(l('i<,   rtiid   whirb     upon     ex-  ,, i.. i.i..!.....    ...it   ../....���������!   tu   iw.llnlii   u'.i  i . i < .   .        ,.  ���������     ������������������ -i    ���������������������������       '��������� '���������" l  l!;u������Kor   Insiir.itK i-   rompanv,    among J  .,!.!..":',,   v :* i-1 i��������������� * *   ..  'i.i.     'Mil-   h.'dtcili'iuil (  >t  i.i, due  iurifiiml  of flrilvagr,    and  ,.,    i!i,"i ..lOiill     lll>  I ������. .Ili'tlll 1     Will      Klit'l    'ut  I return   the  imurance  inoiif:y.  I      J he  puzzle: i������:  jKavimv r>rfl������unia.I>Iv  m**"h 1o'-V<>������! up in lh'< f������M*"*i',|-''' ������i*if**.  fiov/ did ������li������������ d*rifil������*>iul fark^t ������M  lor������ir-  so  tiiml   it  Cone  Up 'Mi  lh������-  huh'  *rrinn'"i  tr-*-������-l>...- T'cAr-  t'i* Mrr������v  Lr>M-  I  CHEWING TOBACCO  One of the reusons why Copenhagen  Chewing Tobncco ia becoming more  und more popular la, because It doeu  not Attract attention In the mouth.  It U not chewed j on the contrary, n  nninll pinch in placed in the mouth  between the lower lip olid ruhi.  Thia given complete uuiisutcLioil  without ohf-wlnf*, find len.v.*!* r. plennnut,  cool nfter-tatfte,  0#i������ix*>l������ni|w*������*j    OI������i������\������i������ti*c-f   iro|������"<c^������5     lj  aclentiilenlly prepared, of the best old,  ripe, high flavored leal' tobncco,  11 i:> In th - forni of tutUiViuia'xuo, utid  being very rich, only a annul quontlty  should br placed in the mouth.  "It** thw uuint  tficonondciil cfiaw***  Christmas  Bread and Bacon RrSces  Why Bread is Cheaper    in    Britain  Than in Canada  Statements persist and are being  used in an Attempt to discredit the  work of the food controller, that the  prices of bacon and bread arc higher  in Canada than they are in Great  Britain. The allegation in regard to  biicon has been emphatically denied  and olHcirilli������ compiled price? from  different citica have been cited which  prove that th* prJcns for lwon^ arc  Iowot hi thi"* ronntry tlinn in f1r<*?H'  Britain, In the case of brciid. too,  the situation has, been " explained  many tinica. The bread of Knglnnd  i.i war bread, subsidised by the gov-  erntnent and contnining other ingredients than white Hour. Commencing  on September 17, the government of  Great Britain fixed the standard price1  of flour nt  $7.38 per barr**! and' the  ������i������tlfn������'wv'!    t>������*?f*i*   for   hvf:������������'    -il   1M   4'o^ir.  Sot tx four-pound ^ loaf,  with  a   one-  pottiul  loaf    ;>t    5    c������-nlH.       Alr^adj'  near. Why n*t  *4i2O0,00O,O0(> ban l>oen appropriated to  WIV.,. " r-V(mxVi   an������1y  ������*  w   MiMdy   to   smituin   llie.^e  vmm������xx������x%%^*j*xiMmlH^mlf.  tlmt   \tlll   oonvfrlf        .,, , ,   . ,     .  Mm*mmi*.v, ^\t    tnbl������    Into!     Why wouldn't it be a good plan to  nx>*"~ rilnini*,.    libmy | mn\(V, rv woman* the up taker of    the  iniur!  of   r������������prei������#n������Hii'v<-'*'>      She    Id  ������ containing powerful &*u������������  jx aicohoi. "THs Er������-������-t of RooU. ._  2 Ions known ��������������� Mother Sclflei* to,  >*������ Curuiive S>������ui������������ *������������������������������������* &������ ������������������w***3 w-    ~  S  stronff incretlientBl    8t  cure*  S ariditfeoHon, "bili������ujnos8 and  ������   con������ti|M������Uon. Can be h&d ot any  ������ drug ������tore."   Gat th������ fi-enuine.  S 60e. *nd $1.00 Dottles. ��������� 3  Sy-y-WwWw^r****-**?*^*??   ul  MONEY. OKDERS  The s������fo way to fiend money by mall la hy  Dominion  ExpreiiH Money Order.  .1   1.1 ��������� 1     1   -   -  ���������* -t1"������������������*������������������������������������  was    a  married  Mrs. Jinks���������My    husband  confirmed  smoker when     I  him, but today he never smokes.  Mrs. niuks���������Ctfod! To break oil n  lifetime habit like that requires ;t  strong will. ...       .'  Mrs. Jinks���������Well, that's what I v������  gotl���������Idea:;. t  lUpt."C  eATIVRT  or    laitllolt    i*-^l^'Jl,n  +vrty    othinr    bonne.���������Milwaukee  ^iffi^jjtS   ti\  '(���������  1 >.i  t  i .-������������*nii uri.  an  1  I'M,  ���������a  vui  iffittSsttUsi 1  -jT.:'-j*?-l*^.*JI������'^ll.^Jl������^^ v>.,0,.^,.:,.~1������sy-g*j*ffga  .'"���������' /;t^V:SiSiSfi'  ..TTT'Ti!'  VT?'  i'j V  xt.'4*j. V.,'...:..i.> ������������������  CI?T^TOH,  -r>  a  am  **9mt**!0!&jn!9vj*ez0ustjj&&m  m  BMl  | fore \ye knew that the hfftsor of Bel  j gium;. oi Frances.-,;��������������������� Britain of the.  civilized world was -.at stake/ But IV  "know; now from, pergonal'.'experience  of the enemy- whom in: old days I  had ^mbred, ��������� arid frVbm������������������-atV study of  German literature of the last    forty  ,T,.,,_,.        ������.fh,���������'J.      n.fr*~-.-<- '   ,-;._4.^-,-     ���������\-.1     ������������������/-'.���������  JT~i~i..;9       v~A*l������.        s^> w.. .������>������*������..    VlVIVl j'       AUU       VJVX  man peace, would mean the enslavement- of the word. -And most ardently I would ask those 300 women  who have just w^on their own freedom to realize that in v voting for  ���������peace-������������������ wittie Europe is' in German  l������mds they are using, 'their own en*  franchisement to further the disen-  frauchisement of alb? 'iriankind.-7-By  air Stobart in New York  ivirs.  at..  Times.  One of  G*Xji*%Ai'0m'' 40.4*.4*X ���������   ^W^.^ J^Si '^jtX.jm.Mm ������2*  OM t6*i ibid, frssii tss,  teas all look alike.   No wonder a woman  often gets a bulk teii sha doesn't lik������fj.  Red Rose 1-ea in'  *"*       *S,        - ���������--. ��������� -���������������_,. t������.��������� ��������� ^ ,  ���������  jcteroeis  of. Flanders  r si^fie;::worlds /ise-st eliew;  |i&;Me.iii������st ���������?tm&@mic&t chew  k.  zaw  rmu wfrnm^i: mmimmih  GERMAN PEACE MEANS HUN WORLD-DOMINANGE  V: ���������'y.y.':."  *v,        ...,���������������������������'������������������    -��������������� ^..'���������-...,.-������������������ ������������������-���������     -   :  A Woman who Has Seen the/Germans at War, Teiis in a Vivid  Manner Some of the Grmies She has Witnessed, and What  The Hun Peace Would Mean to the World  old  country, but I  have,  since 1907,  contended that before agitating for a  s..arc  Oi   political   responsibility  wo-  . . .       men should prove that they are cap  the part of. those women,  either ig-1 able  of   taking  a: share   in     national  noranr.s;  or brutality.       For  if    they! defence.     With  this obieet.  the  Wo-  In your issue of yesterday's diatc it  is reported that 300 suffrage women  loudly "cheered a plan to force laying down ,of arms."   "This shows, on  Sergt. Cope, a  Soldier of Consider-  ."���������'<���������������������������"������������������ able Valor  jjjj   j     How  a V brave ,  sergeant    of     the  j|j|    ! Northampton , regiment    swam    the  j]    [river Yser and gave the warning of  *������   ill!    I an impending attack in a recent battle  on   the   Belgian * coast   is   graphically but modestly told in his"  own  words in a London newspaper.  "We were retiring to the support  line," said the sergeant, "when the  Germans started coming down the  communication trenches. An officer  told mc to get a dozen men and  try,to stop them. I had a bit of a  1 go" at them as they went from  traverse to traverse till all mv men  got 'sploshed' but three. Retiring  again, I got another dozen men together, and had another go at hand-  to-hand fighting. We stuck it until  there were only seven of us left, the  Germans  outnumbering us, by about  tlV'-^fv     f^    ^.-^       1"     .l-i.-..-.     X^.1A     i 1. ������.    O.-.V...  *'*T"'.*t'J ^V      W.A*,,        *.        X....V..A       ������-\^.X������       a..**^       .1XOII  to look -out for 'their own skins^and  I stopped until they- all got clear.  I_ ran back to a shell hole with my  rifle and 'toothpick,' and having  twenty rounds left, had another  'splosh* at the Bodies; Who were  ���������busily making a machine gun emplacement, and I put two of them  over. As there Was nobody left I  retired to the canal, ten of the Ger-  always fresh, always  good, always worth  the price on the label.  Y   5%jgps*uooci s?y aae h\^mM m m ^ri-rS-iSn*"18*^;  Sealed Package  Kill1  CANADIAN PRODUCERS MUST^ RESPOND TO  GALL  Federal  Department of Agriculture is Directing the Campaign  And the Provincial Departments of. Agricufture Have Taken  Up the .Work with Determination and Enthusiasm  knew, one-tenth part oi the sufferings  which are being endured V by ; those  who have already been forced to lay  down arms, and if they had one  ounce of sympathy- in their  they: would ;die':;of "'shamer'at:> having  given voice to such monstrous inhumanity.       \.  For peace, at this moment would  mean a German peace; German peace  means ���������orernian world-dominance, and  this means subjugation, by force  of arms, of all ^non-German people;  it means militarism^ barbarism, slavery', not only in Europe, but also on  this continent, .tor as, soon as  Eur  ope  is V conquered    'America's    turn  would follow, " in-   accordance,   with  German.plans:'--"eerhiany's '!sou.K"  ��������� saia areusciucc, is uuub noui. it  ahalt and will rule over all mankind."  My 'eyes were opened to this truth  in August. 19,14. I was engaged- in  hospital -work in, Belgium, \yhen I  was arrested by the Germans as a  spy and condemned to be shot within 24 hours". When I suggested to  the commandant of one of ..the towns  through which I was dragged as  prisoner that he should at least look  at my papers and sec that what I  had told him was right, and that I  had been engaged in hospital work  when his army came a little prematurely    into"   Brussels,    he    replied:  .."RightI You are English, and, whether you are ricrht or wrong, this is a  war of annihilation." . Annihilation,  as I understood, of everything that  was not German.  T  arri' an   ardent  suffrairist  in     the  " WJU.O WI'JLI- WIN  THIS BA1^TI.E?,  Tour kidneys-are tho filters of the body*  If they become inftctlvo und *������!3 to c!i~-  inato the waste matter, they are apt to  throw the rrhole mechaniflm of tho body  out of order, tliun toxic poioonB ana accumulate in tho nystem and bo no deadly  up wnnko venom.  Bealdoa causing the minor ailments of  rliounifttisni, sciatica, lumbago and back-  ache, neglect ot tho kidneys !s apt to  diwifttop into morn nerious diaensoo, aueh  His diabotoQ or etono iu tho bladder.  Rid the body* of toxic pol������on���������������clftan  the bladder and kidneys and euro tho  twinges of rhcuraatjstn with Amine and  you win tho battle oi; life.  Anuric was flret discovered by Dr.  Pierce, and has bonofited thousandd of  uuffororH an well ns appcaaod and climin-  ttt������d the ravaged of the more uorioun kidney dlseasoH. Now procurablo at any  food drug fltoro, or nond Dr. V. M, I"'iereo,  nvalhlo* Hotel, Buffalo, N. Y., or brt������neh  ofllco, Bridgoburg, Ont., 10 cents for trial  package.  "I \:z.2 vrouilcrfullj  ' Anuric.' For about  thrflo yoarn I liiul kid-  noy troublo and rhou*  itiutiam. I also had  "bri'drrtelu-*. Bfy limho  would nwcll and I had  rlummatinm In my  anna and handd. My  handa v.-ouhl u;, c.H a..d  '.".- ������-.4...  I.I V    -  (\4 ^tafilM\U   ������oro mid aUir I could  "^'\  %   /A&'~" !-':'-rcJ;*y ^������ lA������ wortr-  *r +" Hwiuothhig   awful.     2;  doatftired but, wltliont relinr.    At lant, I  mtw 'iitnirh*.' ndvertirRil.   T hri'mi Urn umi  men's   Convoy    Corps���������the    pioneer  corps of women's war work���������was organized in 1908. to learn all work for  sick and wounded, between field hos-  hearts,  pital and base.    And during the first  Balkan   war.  in   1912-13  we   went   to  Kirk Kiiisee, in  Bulgaria, and  there  established the first war hospital unit  to  be   composed  of  women    only.  Look after national defence and the  vote will look after itself" was    our  motto.  And    if    national ��������� defence   should  take  precedence    of'   politics,      how  much  above  politics   should  we   not  place defence of the human right of  all mankind to freedom?-.  ������������������   In Belgium, in France, and in Serbia X have -een the result of German  rule in conquered lands, and I know  that it means literally hell on earth.  In Serbia, with rank of major in the  Serbian army, I commanded a flying  field hospital throughout    the    three  months of the Serbian retreat, and in  the final flight over the mountains of  Montenegro  and Albania    saw     the  dead and dying bodies  of thousands  whose lives will have been sacrificed  in--vain if the freedom of their country is not-won.    Out of a population  of tour millions, less than two million  itrc now living,    and    they    account  those happiest who are dead.   All the  cluldrcn   under  two  years    old  have  perished.    Out of one little band    of  30,000 Serbian boys    who    tried    to  reach   the   coast  during  the    retreat.  24,000 left    their    bones    upon    the  mountains.      The  atrocities  committed during the first invasion of Serbia beat the German records in   Belgium.    Civilians were massacred, villages destroyed, women and children  were driven into buildings, wounded  that they should not escape, and the  buildings set ablaze.    In another case  100 people were pinioned, surrounded  uy  wire coii, and piacud ;u  ihe cuku  of a deep pit; they were then    fired  upon,   and   fell,   pele   mcle,   into   the  pit, which was immediately filled up  with earth, burying 50 per cent,    of  them    "alive.      Meanwhile,      another  party,  composed chiefly    of    women  and. children,  were,   dragged    up    to  witness the execution, and at the fin-  isIi were made to throw up their arms  and shout "Long live  the    Kniperor  Francis Joseph!"      .  Do Ihe 300 women who nro ���������datn-  oring for peace realise that already  Austria. Russia, Turkey, Bulgaria,  1 oland,   Kiiinaiiui,     Serbia,     Greece,  only got a tap in the back. I dashed  into the canal, which was about 46  feet wide, and I got safely xto the  Other side. I reached the next division's headquarters, made a report  s\ ti t*    o *���������  ���������r,    Cf  w!i rs  orjd  saw  told me" I'was lucky  to get out of  it, and* now  I'm home on  ten  days'  leave."  Sergeant Cope, the hero of this  escapade, is the son of a shoemaker  of Peterborough, England. Although  he has only just reached his twenty-.  first .birthday he    has-   already been  Canadian Soldiers  of  mpaign :for .increased  prodtic-Jread a  telegram  from  Mr.    Hoover,  "food animals,    with    special   food   administrator     cf   the     United  States, outlining .what was being  done in that country to secure an in������  creased hog production.  Mr. Hanna also read the following cablegram which he had just  received from the British ministry  of food:  "We cabled Owen Smith. Monday  informing him that we had just beeii  able   to   secure  from  '.the    treasury  lor purchase of  Tior&W,   Oiit.-  holwod by taking  V-4J.1 . ..     * ������,������.������..  ?*n  >-������y' ���������rlir.nmr.tlnni, mid f think it war*  5)oriiianont for that, vrnn u year u������o and  havo uiA'cr had iinv return of tide ell"  good an ���������'AiiLiri'i'."���������M'J*������i. ������J. 31. .fuxTV. j wiUi  l iM*i-n  Belgium a large part of France,, part  of Haly, are already either directly  or indirectly'subjugated by Germany,  and that if the rest of the civilized  world is to be raved, every man and  woman who is worthy of a place in  civilization-must devote every ounce  of energy to llip-'task? Is it not  j.uily, piuahit;, inconceivable, that at  this ��������� nsi* of Intiuav* history there can  exist women who sec in chiefly concerned with personal politics? They  arc indeed like Nero, fiddling while  Uoiiu    ���������;>  perhaps  literally   binning.  And if Germany wins this war,  where liici} would woman suffrage.  Ktahd? That hi not made in Germany. What place would woman  ii.n<: in u������c Oci'inan militarist worhli'  Woiiinn wouhl be only tin- producer  of human food for cannon. "Hi������lory,"  nayji Trcit������chke, "wc;:rr, thoroughly  m.i.-.culine feature!"; it b i,ol fw������" scii-  tunental naturen  or for women."  War "  Dash of" French    and    Tenacity  Anglo-Saxon Accounts for  Their Great  Deeds^.  The -French newspaper Excelsior  published an interview with Lictit.-  Gen. Sir Arthur Cu.rrie, commander  of the Canadian army corps, who  paid me highest tribute to his men.  In the course of the interview General  Currie said:  "It is the. mixture of the two races  which gives us such fine soldiers.  They have got the dash alid irresistible elan of the French and the tenacity of the Anglo-Saxon. It is 'furia  Francaise' coupled with bulldog grit.  When my boys have their teeth in  they do not let go."  General Currie recalled with pride  that the Canadian army did not know  what defeat was. From its first appearance on the battlefield vto its  recent capture of Passchcndaclc  ridge fortune had always rested on  its valor.  "That is one of the reasons of the  army's morale," said General Currie.  "An army that has never known defeat can be led to the end of the  world. Uiil there arc other r''nsons  for the army's fine, sturdy spirit.  They are fighting with full consciousness of the justice of their cause.  These 450,000 volunteers did not join  up and leave the -omfort of their  homes in order to, hurl themselves into a war of conquest and lust. They  have resolutely descended into the  furnace of war in order to defend  the cradle of their common ancestors  and the civilization handed down by  past generations, and they will not  give up until  the lire  is  quenched."  General Currie spoke in glowing  terms of the officers under his command and of the Frenclil _ army,  which he had watched in adtion.  Asked when the war would end,  he replied:  "When.there arc no more Bodies."  AH Trades Opened  v _  M.1I.C. Perfects   Plana   Which Will  Make Factories Training  Centres  A ca  jtion.of  emphasis on the necessity of a larger supply of pork products, has.been  launched in . every province in the  Dominion. Co-operatmg with the  food controller, the federal department of agriculture is directing the  campaign and the provincial departments of agriculture have taken up  the work with enthusiasm and; determination to make_the campaign a.  -. -��������� ._���������_*...       ���������... .n,*,. M   i.n      s\1^.*.r.r.iT*������        ?..-  an average increase os x������������ty per ecu...  in the production of hogs in Canada  in 1918.  Following the meeting in Ottawa  of representatives of all of the provinces of Eastern Canada, as reportea  in the last issue of The 'Canadian  Food Bulletin, representatives^ of the  western departments of agriculture  were in conference recently with  officials of the federal department.  Those, attending the conference- included western deputy ministers of  agriculture, western live stock breeders, and representatives of breeding  associations.  Mr. Hanna addressed the meeting  on'November 7. He emphasized the  necessity of an increased production  of bacon to meet the requirements  of the ailied countries, and stated  that the packing house industry  would be regulated to the satisfaction of the ��������� producer as well as of  the   consumer.     The  food  controller  lilt vji~    xixxx*x\j*x   uuildl'b  1^ i.  v^ct.iciiiA. oHu  instructing him to., purchase up. to>  this amount. Tonnage wiih be provided. This action will, I hope, pro-,  vide relief referred to in your cable.  i-.oru iviionuua is sparing no cstort io  arrange for fullest possible faciiitie*  for buying .in Canada." -^ V  ^ Hon. T. A. Crerar, minister of agriculture, addressed the > ���������represeinta-  tives in attendance at the conference  at an evening meeting on; November  7.; He promised j that -the.; government would control the _ packing  houses and regulate ihe margin of  profit between the producers and the  consumers. He said, that jthose who  had studied the food situation were  seized by the fact that there was a  shortage of food in many lines, and  he feared that these would be a- still  greater shortage in the months to  come. To obviate this as much as  possible ft was necessary to .take the  situation in hand. at once. ���������        ...���������;������������������  ryi?g������  -mmm  \  \*t  ivr  IT.  IJNO  in to me  as much an  ahomi-  it. hum.    .in    %\r    imi.-n:    .imii    NVOIIICJI,        lic-  f������'������i'r   the   oiitbr^'iik   of   Thlfi   war   T   W'lS  a member of peace societicii, and on  Uu-   rv.i/ni^   when   war   w;.s  d<-rlui������d  ���������'     ��������� .ill., Ih-.li    iimiM.:    ������,������"    l tllUiill MlH    T  pcahinw at a mccliug \vh!t.h h.nl  roiiviMiHl  bv   Mrr.   t/nv/c<-t1   :!ii<l  Then: arc now 39 dUTcrcnt vocations being taught in the vocational  training ccntren of the military hospitals coininisaion linked acrons Can-  ���������iu.i.  Thh; number will be increased indefinitely to embrace the whole  category of industru-K iu Canada if  necessary when thr present plfmfi of  the coinn'ii'siiioii to place men needing to learn new trades by rcunoii of  their "injur:!-':, in the factor!*? hnv*-  bi-en put into operation.  The co-operition of the Canadian  Manufacturer.-.* association hac made  it poumblc lor trie conmnseton to  offer the men thin in ������������������������������������tininblc ud-  vt������nt:u'<'  ot   workitiK  under ar.tiiid  in-  The business of being a man  has its advantages these days us  well as itu responsibilities���������especi-  ikily li i;oiiieor*e thinks enough  about him, his needs and his wishes,  to choose Hoy his Oirintmas. gift  M������������t men euro i?rcctlcai The vMslc&me gftfft  tU the u������*ful gift -the CaUU*���������4biit &i������ right into  C. ^"ri*^ ������������sH������w*iM ������mmmw������������������*\| lift**. fM������V*a iritncrn  tMutlev for Mm, tend prow*, lis yt dKty by the w������y  It rtluwei*  At any ������������od Hurdwurc, Drug *r J������������r������b)r  "Six,** you few* [pick out A OBatto S*t Gbat will b������i  ���������ure to ������iv������ Mm Win* pJUnmu**. If you Iuiinb  ixtiy tiauli!a gatibsf wEat yo������ ���������a-ir.t wrfto w������ en*  ,  Hpr������������ Wui Itttri* ixtVxxi >*>U lwa������ li%44.fcH.~w  GILLETTE SAFETY RAZOR CO.  OF CANADA, VWrCtXit  *4),I������li������.WUk������'������i* ^������.W������#^ ������ Vw������������...~~-.���������y������  ���������'���������   ��������� - -     .1".  ������������������'��������� ������������������'  v<*  *mi  CIWKI?^."  IMI    OANAPA  Hi .WWj^WI^WIlll. ^lilllllllW  Mft&N  othrr worm'n, in ihe lionc that peace   dustrial   conditions   in   lenrninrff   their  ::i3|j! I hi.   j.i:.::.*.ah.<d.    'l)il.. \;;..i   \;c-   iirv: trudct,  ;-������ i^tiiip-     ~m������r��������� ,��������� ..     ,. .  .. ..,���������-,..��������� .1 .1.1.  n m  m.i A'jiiii j'nur^r.flri'fl  KmmWmmHmf  iv^^sss^^MxWSM   '<'^'^i^^.*-*f^������'*fv.^  ^M������j  f^*yjttwww^ip������|f^*������*i.^ BKiii.-''-.������������������������������������./.:������:���������;���������.'.���������.  ^i:i3X/??3i':^^:$-:!:^:^?'^^'<*'I^^  ^.5'^;;^������^.jw5:-::.:*Ji^  " ~    .VJS&Si'S'ii.VJS  J&f������s;7^ha.������������  and Personal  Red Gross -whist drive and dance in  the Auditorium' to������night������  Ff.ksh Milch Cow Fob Sble���������  Grade Hoistein, just in.���������4S. A. Speers,  Orestbn. '  Wx-wr<TrrxJ~Slt.nx-r<fy^    vnliintr ' WftB.TlP>_l  '  - , T-   - ~*X* ...   m    -    . -       v    - ..  calyes,    also   yearlings.      C.   Blair,  Eriekeon.  Frank Lewis was a business visitor  at Nelson a few days the latter part of  the week. ��������� .���������'"*'���������'. VVV' ;"..;.  Miss Nellie Wilson left on Saturday  for Trail, whereisheiWill visit V friends  for a few weeks* " .V  ^Revi-Ov'S. Wood spent Tuesday and  Wednesday with friends at Kitchener.  Pbkin' Dbaks';Fos'1Sai.*b���������$lISOi,'or  will exchange' for good -dwck.^-MBS.  M. Ycxtng, Creston^  Miss Grey, proprietress of the King  George.Hoteij. spent a Couple of days  with Oranbrook friends the early part  cm sjiuw   w������s**;*%,  - Geo. Johnson of the; P. Burns Co."  left on Wednesday for Wasa, where  he is attending a sheriff's, safe of  -cattle and horse. -.^ "  ,Q.Mi aerfft.^eddell for the 107th  I^att., Nelsonfis spending a.few days  with Crfeston friends.-"   The second;call.for soldiers under  the new Militia Act went out last  week, the nieoV effected to report not  later' than  January   81st.    Two  or  1  I  ��������� SRss Liaixx-A IMsiOiidstjn, who is  teaching at Ringsgate _was home for  the "week-end, .accompanied .by Miss  Sawyer of that town.    ' ..-..���������  }ffr8i-S. Pool, who has been Mrs.  Gordon Smith's guest for a couple of  months, returned. to her home at  Phoenix on Sunday.  T   "A. TJlUcrat-ju Wflsj  three OrestbH . tnes &r������ among tfeose  At their meeting on Friday night  -Farmers' institute decided to dr������p  the cp-operatiive store proposition for  the present    A. strong eom&ittee to  W9.rk^-^^'ii/!ths,'.b4ard of 'trade eflsa**-  "-   Patents - infeereste^J should bear in  mind that the receiving class at Ores*  fnn . ar������li*nr*1   i*r������1l������ .I**********  .���������������������#���������*. MllP  is-rsam  as:  a*"  II    Cranbrook   retail     morehants5   as-.  I! sedition is demanding a better and  Vlflff'lTlfftfi fl WCT il ~ - - ���������"���������*���������"���������" ���������������������    ���������������������-"���������"-"���������  RlSUSELKAId       11 more direct mail service with  points  | j on tlie Kootenay Central.  Trail spent oyer $100,000 on its ne*.  water and sewer system last year.  *T*&������*  tv.4x *T<������>������:t i  fU^s    JXXXJ.XX  1_  last yearVare placed at $1,076,828.  *%kxt*.~vx**r.4x*.*x    **������  M%.������/   JJf*<^*xxw*     *^������.  V1UU  Xne   tviMJueut-U-   _q_l_i.ijiji.uk    uiuu   i*u  Trail, with 46 members present at last  turned    out" 42  niootinnr  - Rpssiand brigade had 40 "fires to  look after last year, with a total loss  of tpl4,of&. _    ^ j  Two  k*xjEten  were elected  to  the  ibowa cosscil s.%  ias"tweek.  f4(������������a^i*     e������v    ������/a������v -wfr-v-  iruutcnncraim ctnaf*.  #"**.*��������� 1 ������n������_r������ vivy  he is attending the annual convention  of the United Farmers of Alberta.  Pte.  Rursell Leatny, who has been;  on   hospital   leaye   with   his parents  here for- the past   month,    left   this  Week for the sanltorium at Balfour.  -The ladies of Holy Cross Church will  hold a card party in the rectory on  Tuesday evening, January 28tb, at 8.30  fjr viuuk.  Admission    25e.     Ref resh-  *-.".^,'s ���������������^^    -   ������.������.. .UK'   MUOXSa   V*f   VTB.^JS!ft.U  %������&^f  asked to see that thej* Vturn "Up for enrollment on that date.  - xjr 1<U1U  0. 0. Kodg^ss, is a ^algaiy visiter,,  this week for'a assess g������'the la^nber^ |  men's  association.     Logging . opera-.! Pw^emeute  co  tions continue brisk,  but another six  inches of snow" Would speed'things up  wonderfully in tha*4ine������:^v; .V  '."The vahte-of the metal turned out at  Trail smelter for 1017,1s placed ~ at  $13,000,000.  ' Grand   Forks and surrounding district raised  $7,776 for the Patriotic  IFundhslSI?.  OH    IU1-  t #*>*ri 4-, * v. ������^������  The Cre^tqnJ jRed CrOss packed and  two riidre bose^ br'suppiies oil  its    street  system last year.  Building permits at Trail for 1917  were close to $100,009. In 1916 they  went to $121,000.  pairs-  worfr  of socks  xor   tne. ax&ernoon e  Bb������hNFerhie and Grand Forks elected clergymen to be police commissioners for i918. At Fernie t he parson  made his fight on a .platform- for a,  ^elbsed*" town. -      '  WANTED���������-Men with teams  VHMJLKX    <OXXSLSZ..XX*>    V������    ������-.v~U-l      fyL?I*i?S.  Apply E. W. Butts; Kitch-  ���������XJ*X.\JX\f  ���������ft r������  ANNUAL MEETSNG  shi._  Tuesday, it-was j^ assorted'"������������������'*wttli>lpy.-  jamas, socks, trench caps and old  linen muen in evidence." "Mrs. Ebbutfc  was the tea hostess and'this feature  ��������� P.rA������������4ABiiflrgi<y 0 I|am|������ I^a  I li!K^!B!BBBJ!liP AfeSlBSllBI Ball.  j ������*HONB 0/  ments and prizes. '.  The gramapbone which has' been  on raffle at the drugstore all last week  was drawn for on Saturday siighi.  t?^ S- "B<*yan *������������* t-he lucky winner  with ticket No. 48.  The January meeting of the school  board on Monday night was unimportant, and there was very little  doing except passing a few accounts  for supplies and fuel. ... - -  uv������/wvi   W������������������������-' Mwyiv-vj  fijOOft  tytx*������*s\rm  1������  ���������ujtuiBTUjsr j  I  xVacSI  This is the first gu'esi  lion t-hsfc presents Itself  .to the housewife if an  unexpected visitor drops  in for a meal. But. why  worry?  ���������- Skamrosk'. ^hsraaf;  Hams and Bacon  Cooked Mam  Lunch Meat  B&Iogna, &c.  are always to be; had.  here... In meats nothing  quite1 equals "Shariirock1  prodncts. -i  SS  & CO., Ltd.  UK> .   a. ct.    iun.iii.Hiu  OvjnfjnisaEson class X!  adherents of Christ ��������� Ohurchi The  Bishop pf Kootenay . will, likely visit  Creston in about three months.  JVierfc. McCollough left on .Thursday  last for Vancouver, where he reported  for military service on the 20th. Mrs.  McCullbugh accompanied hinis to Nel-"  son, where she is visiting friends. ������������������.������������������'  ;. Something has. gone wrong with the  G.F..K. . wat**i* Supply iioiil Grinder  Creek and the., trains are no longer  watered here,.^. A very limited supply  is still in the tank fo** station use.  i "<  ,������To-night, 1ihe .Red 'Cross whist and  dance, in the Auditorium. Attractiye  prizes areoffered and Creston orchestra  will supply the music for the dance.  Admission 50c, which includes supper.  The.; Ladies' A.id of the Methodist;  Church announce their annual  bean  .supper.' for. Thursday��������� evening,   Feb.  7th, in Sheers* Hall, 'to he |<Wo^ed;.by  asociftl.e^ening.    Adults 50cV���������;<Jn113������,:  ren"'26c.::;^'iCv" . ��������� .. ��������� .;V'-    .���������������������������'' ���������'���������"��������� { '  Latest word from Nelson is thair'JJ.  Lauiont; who in ih the hospitaltbere  ^with a.;^vere attaqjfe of pueumpnia, is  TO^king a "elbw but'"aure recoye^i^ . VV  .>��������� Joh^. Keen, JVJ.P.P., Kaslo^VAyas V������  w^fe.end'vis(itov ^>th .Creston friends, j  returning <mV Sitnda.y.' He islool|irig:  liliQ. i:onstitiie.kiyy oVer prior ito^tifie.  opening of the Jeginlafcive session next  month. Mi*. .Keen is enjoying the  best of health and certainly nis-np  pearance shows it.  Some Suggestions for  Eatables  When yon think of having "sometning different"; something to tempt the appetite, posulbly, and ������till have regard for  Mae focMl coiittollerVi r<'<|uo:-.t to coanervo ceaential war foodw, and  above alt, to get that ���������Homethlng' 'it art attractive price, lot ub  Mu^geHt any one, os-all, of the foHowing: ;";  Cove Oysters.   lobster.   Sea Pearl Salines       j"  fMnf\ CMinlmdveSamaife.    Ttisto GtawMahS*  Beechnut Brand Sliced Beef,    English Brawn  "fjbefia ������������<i j������nt a f������rw f������f the gtwwl thlngw of this Horb that we carry  lit Mtoek.    Ah a ywcial indiiceiuerjt '.������> have you look our aatiOrV  i'..'.';:;t cvvit "  si  e dm  Mexivitn Style  Cattw  n*  '/mm twanx  JSe,  Tbim it* l-li������* r**H������il.n' !<��������������������� <������y��������� lii������,  f.ibby ^ooiIh, jimt In.    rli-ry^d  rilttin, or with a touch of riej\ u.  litllf  Umni or ������pttgliMiM--w<dl,  hOxUi who h*V*> U-lhd itmuiiy It* (\Ui:  We have JACKSON'S ft ROT TEA,   If 55 i^'^ff 2S&1.J? B I  tagwBi, tr*������i' tir eyrs mx* er'BLy  >M������^MWIl^UMV������������w^^Wi.Wt'..^M|M  X  kxTmffrtrtrv  Some preliminary^baliqting is'being  done in ��������� connection with the .election  of the new Indian chief, and indications ai*e' taa&r.'-'���������aV choice is between"  .Joe Goodman and Dominie-Luker-tise  former being slightly the -bigger  fayorite.~ Joe holds the Indian championship for wrestling in -the. "Valley,  _ For the Women's-Institute, meeting  on B'riday afternoon, Feb. 8th, some  of the features will be a papfe? ������n  "How prohibition .ha3 atfecied. B..C".  There will also -be. ^,.10-cent^tea for the  besieSt- of the ^I'i^pjners of t^'ar! Fund*  at 4.15,-. to.,rwhicli all are JnvitediT'  Members   are .asked   to' bring, their  " '    - *     ���������������...;.. it ��������� "  k'   ,       '     i        -������������������. - a....... '*    .  -    .'  needles- and .thimbles to help out on  the Red Cross.���������'seeing;,!;';'. " ��������� "���������*"������������������ '." ��������� *-V  Last week's; hostess at whjst was  Mrs. M. J; Boyd,/S?rho was at home to  four tables ^ of players. on /pjursdjay  evening, With vta������s., pi*emjer .^onprs  going1'to Mrs. Swanson And B������r.:iv������t������.  way. VA dainty iliuaeh uwas served at  ihe- eOiiehisioh'-'Ofc ������J**? sand another  ,thrtrbughiy.enJQyabio:eyjetti||g is to be  added to thu&l'&ady quite-iong list of  social fentuj'ss *^*is *J^i!iter������ -.*  At.a^ :m������*efctt������ia:!of thajffinttiiGe eom-  mitteeof the VlCbes tone, btanftb of the  Canadian Patriotic i^nnd on Tuesday  night canvassers -were namedJto cover  ^ach'seefcibn' of- 'fe^s .yslley to. secure -  guarantees for ti^a fund: for 191.3,,'and  these are e"xpeeted?i>oi>e on the;.r9g������ds  bri Monday next, At thp ...present  time the- fuhdrte; disbnrsjng,almost  $160 a month. t9 soldiers wives and  dependants in the Valley. The same  generous .support" hitherto accorded  this cause is asked for for 1918.  In acknowledging���������_��������� wceiving' his  Christmas box from Creston friends,  Pte. Geo. Seymour, who went overseas with the third contingent from  here; states that he is making a slow  recovery from;:recent shell wounds,  but as yet cannot talk plain, the sliock  having injured the speech nerves. He  expects to refcuriti to Canada soon, aI-  f though riot yet sitre when he will be  able t-o leave the hospital he is in at  t Orpington, Kent, England.  Mrs. Bidanger headed a group of  ladies of ihe Catholic Chur-;h who  Htaged a t'ory successful whist drive  and aftor dance in Grady's Hall on  Wednesday night. Although the  rtftair who. gotten up-on only two  days' notice there was ������; fine turnout  and the piieee at cards fell to Mrs. G.  J. BayloH und Bert Arrowsmith, who  made the high ucores, and Miss B.  Mitwson and Dick Smith, who had tho  worst of the bad luck. After whist  and a bountiful lunch there was a  couple of hours dancing to local music.  During the evening there wna a  chicken i-aifle, and after |iayinc( all  ekponaes the , ulYalr was a money  maker to the extent rif $15.  CroAtvin PresbyterinnB had their  iimuul fxiigtc^'vloojil Jiicct3si^,i;i tha  church on Monday night, 11. K. Oat-  way being e*������otod preshUng oftieer.  iSiicoiuu^bi^ vi\uovi/t were pvcocnUid  by all the orgaulnifttlouti. The Sunday  school Ih   In a  Itonrlwhlng condition  ������wt1������������       ,������������llli     Mf������>r..,������      ���������y..itr������l������(>*,><     nvtrl     m������  atU������n(laneo of ahnont 80 pupUti. The  ladicu' aid (bnuiciul statement ahowed  that thin or^inlnwtfoni hud raiowl lw  tho nelg]ldx>rb(WtHl a>t 4W60 lft������ty������**r,  comparing very favorably with f������������.������it  ������i(HH.ni'������n '!'(!���������'* ^"!!;'l,,'J!,f:*', I}'!iM'J[ H'i-1 I*"  <*<jwdly nttnictlve report, Th������i two  VMCimclew on tlie lx������������rd of  uiannge-  Mummii'm. l)*nv ������������ml itejd.   tvi'n*  rlllml hy  l      ...    ^    .%      ������%  ...  X   ������������,.   ���������l   ���������.,!������  ' ��������������������������������������� *\mmm"H"x*j> ������  Trail and Rossland have no O.P.R.,  Sunday trains now. The change to������k  effect on the 13th.  Ci*anbj*bok Presbyterians dug up  $3856 for all purposes last year���������$400  more than in 1916.  From taxes of all sorts as well an its  utilities Nelson city got $231,898 of  revenue of last- year.  At CranbrooK the Presbyterian  Church has three ladies on the 1918  board of management.  Employees at the Sullivan mine at  JKiisiberley contributed over $5000 to  patriotic purposes last year.  New Denver is without eleetrie  light at present, an ice jam carrying  away pji-rt of ffseliUias "last week.  ��������� This year Nelson merchants will  haye : the weekly hajf-holiday. on.  Wednesday.;.Last^ year it was Satur-  ;dtty.\V..',..,''.'������������������.; ;'������������������'"   ���������'������������������,,,;''-'^\',-.':'.:. /'  Nelson's civic gatt plant operated at  a loss of $99 last. year.' Ther Bti*eet  railway system went in the hole over  $8o6._..'.:. .'���������/':.: ....  The annual meeting of the Creston  Cemetery Company, Limited, will foe_  held in Mercantile Hail, Creston, n*  8 p.m., SATURDAY, FEB. 2nd. 1918.  . J .MOBDEN, Secy.-Treas.  Creston, B.CV Jan. 23, 1918.  TENGEHS  VlfANTg������  Sealed tenders will be received up  till FRIDAY, FEB. 1st, 1918, for a  supply of ten cords ,of 18-inch stove  wood for' the Ericsson*- school. rFor  particulars from R. TELFORD,  SBCr-Sw������iy-1r-ea������ui.-cr, jziriuksuu, *3.*->.  WANTED  Price for pruning my orchard at  Canyon. Also .good tenant for place  for 1918. Ten acres, all cleared; small  fruits, apples. _Good house, barn and  implements, upen for ouera. "Vpi-Imo  A. B. POOHIN, Mesa, Avi^or=������,  IT.S. A., oi* Review OflQce, Creston.  Cranbrook board of trader wo.uld  iike to eee the compulsory: hail boHi  day. reduced from 12to 6 months ea^h  y^''-',;;v;;...., ;,2^r.',;/',;;.:. ,,?D  * The-Ford a"r������eney at Bcnners Feir^y  sola 2S cars last year, and. have two  carloads on order already, for 1918  customers,. .;  ,;_:     -.  --������������������.-...   >:- .,,.; ���������/-i/..-...", rj. ���������������������������-* ���������> -*-;(,*._  "'S'o*' tlss I'^st ISd-^^s-of-DscensberAlie'  w>.iVi������feiir',j.*:l f������7vi>i|-. on..)!.'. .^.__. -..������._'..*���������  f ������-^ *t?.������       iJXV .-   l.f.KWXX-  OLtlOtfJlp<l<   .--VVCftS   i iX-XJUlW  ^30.000���������just about half what it was:  -.before^the strike.... ;  During 1917 Trail smelter turned:  out 10-000 tons of pure ^sinc, valuediafc  $3,000,000. Refined lead turned out  went to 22.000 tons.  FGBM p  '".-c^ :��������� ''���������:���������"-* 'NOTICB  CaroHnft, Old Mike,. Old Aba; Gj^y  _ Sock Hinerai Ciaims, sltuzbte iii  ! "������������������ --.^e.-. Ke|spn. Mining Division of  -��������� Vfeest -J4.<K>tenay" DisArlcLr Waare  -^"-located:- N6rt]&-/ Fork;' Sirmniit  -:^M"Creek^ ?v.'i."r   'w.        .". '"       * " '  , "^Jfiftnvict vis.'oyt.Jiv*1' . '���������������**������    *������    vh&'vP  "Mooi-e/d2ngineer  ahd-^Surveyorr of  Nelson, B.CV, acting as agent ^r Hiu>  ris*^fcrinsbergViOf. Nelson,   H.V,. Free-  Miners Ctwviacata No, fiOSSC,   Intend.  - sixt*rda^3 'from"xhe "dtite-hereof,' TtlT������  app!yrtpV4>he', Mining ~ Recorder for a  ������fer^lSe^te^o?;I^p?Q*?Hments. for the  piiijpifiieoi obtaining -a Crown (Jmnt  of fcne'aboxe claims.      t *-.-*"  '���������' Atsd siirthersake hor.ice that Jtcli^p,  under section 85 must be commenced'  before the issuance of such Certificate  of Improvements".  Dated   this 14th   day  of Janitutrv.  A,D.,lj918;  CHARLES MOORE, Agent,  ���������:'wear and SMrts  for Men ..���������'-/,.....  Althongh all wool goods are scarce  and highvwe can still sell you���������  All wool, heavy-weight underwear for  men in all sizes, at per garittent $2.00  Lighter weight Shirts  and Drawers,  Penman's goods at, per garment...  1.25  A better lino, by the same maker, per  ������������������ garment ;......... .,...;;;..���������...;..,......_ 1.50  Wo have a full stock of winter weight  Shirts from $1.25 each ur> to all  wool heavy tTumpor stylos at, each..;.  Our stock of MEN'S HEAVY  KUBBERS���������all good fitters���������  is stiii complete.  ���������*'"������������������--"- vr'"-ir "-r 1 w**T1 --ii.ii._i unun  A full lime. of Heavy All Wool Sox at  per pair. ,,   Klondike Tufted Sox for men, per pair  Wool handmade Mitts, per pair         50, 75  BON T SLIP, buy Heel Spikes, pair.      S5  4 00  50  75  m w* tar" |r||l*tf^|'w|r|| w*������  hlmml  (u. LWi  csa  .������ Wli  BVS6rGS^S86 uo  Liivrfurtvo  VA^���������^W*������.VAY(, VMrJ. JV  timmmV^&itiXJi  miimSmi^xwSmkWism  mwBxmSxW.t  fiftxyirnfVfptif^x^^w^tm^t^fm .


Citation Scheme:


Citations by CSL (citeproc-js)

Usage Statistics



Customize your widget with the following options, then copy and paste the code below into the HTML of your page to embed this item in your website.
                            <div id="ubcOpenCollectionsWidgetDisplay">
                            <script id="ubcOpenCollectionsWidget"
                            async >
IIIF logo Our image viewer uses the IIIF 2.0 standard. To load this item in other compatible viewers, use this url:


Related Items