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Array <������  sui ___..__������.������ T._*a..__-"ir  JClUVUIllwa ___.���������.*-���������_��������� ~-^  ian I������  &"4    %/  JsOL,.^,^   ������  Vol; x,  CRESTON, B. ���������., FEIDAYi OCTOBER 25, 1918  17"  No. 37  1200.00 in Cash  Another year of increased output of  supplies, aud progress in every other  line of actiyity, is evidenced in the reports submitted at the annual meeting of the Creston Valley Bed Cross  Society, which was held . on October  8th, Mrs, Mallandaine presiding.  In the increased amount of goods  made up credit is due in a measure to  to the president, Mrs. McMurtrie, who  nt the first of the year inaugurated a  weekly sewing meeting, followed by  -the serving of tea. These prevailed  from the middle of October until May,  and enjoyed. an attendance of from  fifteen io twenty worker at each  gathering and in the make of stretcher caps alone was responsible for the  turn out of 800 of them, besides many  other lines which in other years were  very largely overlooked. Be it said, too,  that these Tnesday afternoon work  sessions were mostly devoted to making Up H_l&t���������:i-_&S_. Of VSUT-iO-sS SOffto    tl:_%t  had been donated. Besides the work  done the teas servea on these occasions brought in a matter of $88.  A comparative statement presented  by the work secretary showed that  to? the year the only line in which  there was a falling off was in socks.  The decrease1 was principally in the  store variety, the hand knit sert being  fully as numerous as the year before.  j-Q pyjamas -u6 increase was a.mosv  one hundred per cent., while in hand-,  kerchiefs a grand total of 1667 is  shown, and washcloths went up from  14 in 1911 to 385 in the year just closed.  The quite-recently organized auxiliary at Canyon City also deserves high  praise for their _ws.������ia-uea_y both- iu the  matt^ offiBppli^ up, as well as  in cash contributions,   in the  matter  EXPENDITHTBB  Loc__! e-"**���������nd1ttires ' $ 377 74  Supplies pui-chased elsewberc..  Prisoners of War Fund   Headquarters Toronto and  Calgary....; ...   British Red Cross .   Halifax Belief Fund  1U4   50 I  322 81  Cliveden Hospital cob..  Balance on hand...!/ ,  ....   -TOO us  ....     58 0*2  __.     50 02  mm 25    02  -..     07 40  81325 68  The following officers \?ere elected:  President, Mrs. McMurtrie; vice-  presidents, Mrs. Mallandaine and Mrs.  Brou-sson; treasurer Mrs. Cherrington;  Mrs,  Mallandaine; ex-  *_e    Vftimi.     ?_?.������_���������    I-*iruvp_  0.0..     0.xr~...F),     ������������������    ��������� _,_=-_  Mrs. Geo. Young, Mrs. A. Smith,  Mrs; Ashley Cooper, Mrs. S. A'. Speers'  Mrs. FraeIisk,~Mrs. Cook, and Mrs.  Ebbutt.  Vote of thanks were tendered all  who had iii any way helped the society during the year, especially S. A.  Speers for the use of hall, fuel, etc.  ���������*wT_r*v������l_*' '___,_(__ A-reb^ja ~v%r  4~.+mr-'-.~m~-m-n!-.'. ���������'��������� iU������o  OUWVt_L-t������r>)*   _*i.i *~t~  Mr. and Mrs. Harry Butts returned  on Sunday after spending a couple of  months in Eureka.. Montana, where he  was working in a mil^ at that point.  Mr. and Mrs. G. A.1- Hunt received  bad news this week i-s the shape of a  message announcing the death of their  nephew, Dr. H__lpe_iv?y of Montreal,  Que., from Spanish influenza.  Dr. Henderson ofj Creston was a  Kitchener visitor, between   trains  on  idence on the old Hilton ranch  to  F.  Rosen, between   the  Samuelson   and  VJnraa-lo' ~xS  x^lxx vrxxx %A_p    |MCWrCfl,  ������T"U..-   x~xrx~7Z7~00   ir,  x. uv  _j.ia_r y l_Jt&  IO  _-.-S.--a.  XXTJXXX^  Qa--.--aaatr  XJtM,X7xx.^y .  Chester Paulson l^ft last week on a  business trip to San'-Franeisco, Calif.,  and expects "to be away ten days.  * fv  E. W, Butts returned a few days a-  go from a trip tp Spljkane.  Joe Dubie was among the Kitchener  citizens who paid Creston a call last  week. }  Beds Fob. Saws���������Three high, wood  bedsteads and springs. Attwood  Ranch, Creston.  FpCND���������rGent's watch. Owner- can  have same on proving property and  pay expepse-s.   Call at Review Office.  liOST-^Collie dog, answering to the  name Prince.- Reward to party notifying Alex Mirabelli of its whereabouts.   "  Feed Potatoes���������Will buy any  quantity of feed potatoes. Sate price  and quantity you have to sell. Notify  Rfview Office.  Dentists"-*?���������Dr. W. H. Pickering  of Grand Forks will visit Creston for a  week, commencing about Nov. 15th,  for the practice of dentistry in all its  branches.  'm00  iOe      n_.t_.-5VV������ SJIi'     *g___-������jjr       titsu'S-i-      jxvxrxx.  Cross auspices announced for Oct. 31st  at Mrs. Pochin's is cancelled.  .-������ *  Miss Jessi������ Hickey. of Nanton, Alta.,  arriyed last week oh ������ visit to her sister, Mrs. Guy BroweU. Prairie life a-  grees with her admirably, many  hardly knowing her at first sight so  much has she grown since leaving  here a few years ago.  A. R. S'^ssson, CP.R. agent at  Creston, is spending a few weeks* yac-  ation on his ranch here, getting things  shape for winter.  The Company's caterpillar engine  is at work on a house moving job thi8  done on skids and at times the  catei-  ������������!11*a������_ Vi**-.* ������*Vuiivft-   ������1!  ���������!*���������&���������.  dT.t%v\     __r1_n_      ���������__*>      t_r.c___c_.T--_  ������S-.*__*>V__t     MMO-HM-u-VIW   -~m~,m.    m,~S   ���������*_-_.������*������-        ������*x- -rv _���������_-___.-*.������*.  things moving.  The W, H. Hilton ranch of twenty  of twenty acres has recently been purchased by A. D. Pochin and the house  on it was sold to Mr, Rosen at. a price  f.o.b. the Rosen premises.  Last week's Red Cross meeting, at  Mrs. "v\ itherheuds was a great success  especially in the matter of finances.  The tea had an income of ������2.35,: besides which there was a $2 donation  from T. R. Mawson, while a goose donated by Mrs. C. Hiiscroft was raffled  and netted another $6.50.  Jeffrey Knott entertained the young  folk at a birthday party at his home  on Saturday night, the occasion being  his fourteenth anniversary. A good  time generally is reported in games,  music, and supper that did not pay too  strict attention to food consecration  and food controllers regulations','"  Saturday  night's -meeting  of the  United Farmers' of Canyon City. _ attracted a full attendauce of members,  the principel item of business being  the decision to at once prepare Nand  circulate petitions calling upon th&  provincial goqernment to take immediate steps to get on with the needed  repairs to put the partly wrecked high  level bridge in shape for traffic The  minister of works, John Keen, M.P-  P., and J. D. Moore, local road superintendent are also being requested  not to even consider closing np the  road via the low level bridge, whicn is-  now  considered    unsafe    for  heavy  Cecil Moor<-., who has been undergoing treatment at the Nelson hospital, got back on Tuesday, looking his  usual self, notwithstanding the month's layup in that institution.  Mrs. Ashley Cooper was a yisitor  with friends at Fern'e a few days last  week.  Creston callers have not been numerous this week, Principal Dewar being about the only one to look the  metropolis over���������Saturday.  All hands are busy with the finish  up of fall work. The potato crop is a-  bout all gathered and is one of the  best in Wynndei,s hisory.  - Word was received here on Friday  last that William G. Laing had con*  tracted Spanish influenza and had  died of that disease at the Vancouver  General Hospital on Tuesday, Oct. 15.  It will be remembered that deceased was married less than a month  ago to Mrs. Phoebe May, who is the  youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs.  B. Butterfield.  ."V-i . ,* .  -_*���������  week, transferring the two story   res-j traffic.  The district is taking no chances ou  an outbreak of the Spanish influenza.  The school was closed on Wednesday  morning, though as ydt there are no  cases of the trouble in these parts.  - Potato and apple shipments are  heavy out of Erickson these days the  outgo at present averages almost a  car a day,  Mrs. Downs returned  on   Thursday  .from Kaslo, where she- had   been   as  j delegate  to   the   Women's   Institute .  coay-ejation.-Y__._ae reports it the-moat. .  >���������������������_*������-- --._*   --_i.--_   _>_-a__.w������   rxl���������rxtxr  a ���������>_.���������___-__-     :__.  aoo-.  AX-l-UAV.--  m~Xxtr������T  -������__���������_.Jbaaoma     _���������������   ayan-aa-.  S-rxlT.  XlTr.J ,  too, Wardnsr  has   been   sending   its  make of supplies to be  shipped from  Creston.  In addition to the work the Society  ha r been nuit-* __,_>.n������>r-_n-_ in _���������._-_������ i_a������ of  . ... ^_.     ._...-._._ ^  cash donations, the Prisoners of War,-  British and Red Cross Societies, as  as the Halifax Relief Fund having received quite generous attention. For  ���������the whole year Mrs. Fraelick heads  the list of all who have taken work  home with them weekly to make .up  with 20 pairs of socks and 21 suits of  pyjamas to her credit. A detailed statement of the year's work effort shows :  358 pairs socks.  356 stretcher caps.  156 personal property bags.  1667 handkerchiefs.  55 towels.  250 suits pyjamas.  365 face cloths.  71 trench caps.  17 filled kit bags.  13 pairs bod socks.    .  1 bundle mouth wipe.**.  40 bandages.  12 many*tailed bandages.  12 binders,  and smaller quantities of pipes, tooth  brushes, puzzle ea.-us, red ties, pillow  cases, housewives,  surgical and   day  shirts and, eight bundles of old linen.  Tho treasurer's   report  bIiowb   that  during the year 81204 wus gathered in  from various sources, donation.. j._-ui__  various quarters being the biggest re-  vonue producer with $871.   and   garden parties second witn ffiJ.OO, while th_*  old reliable whist drives  and  dancei*  accounted for another $170.    Monthly  contributions were received from the  l-unils   nt   Erickson    and'   Hnscifoft  H������*hno1..5 wli-ld  t.hi*   "hlirh   school   c*irlH  and pupils of Division II. of tho   Ores-  ton school each turned in tea  receipts  that wore much appreciated,   as   well  us 8.10 from the   Alice   Siding   ladies,  and $0  from   Sirdar  Sunday   school  pupil-i. A concert put on by Minn Hard  man and the i.t-hool   children   yielded  n*i..i.bc.v #51.  For tho yoar jui.t cloned tho society  had a uuimheinliii- oh thirty.live,  vJtdiich got revenue to the extent of il.70.  Tho treasurur'n report follows:  U __--___ _"m  IhouKht forward fr.m. 1017 U 120 7!  r.-._!!-*.,_nsi.). ,    .ri\ wt  ..tc--.-H.rf.-tip fet-H....       70.00  Vmi Jlfi I nvfi t_J3i_eif_  II B..BI  l^ilg     g IIS     ~-a*-9 S 'V  THEN THE  EG-BBBB_IBBI-  These six talented musicians make their instruments speak.  They get down to the soul of interpretation and hold  your interest until the last soothing note has died away  in the air.     This is one of the many good treats at  attended.. The KasltvTsdies  entertained the visitors royally, too.  Erickson had it :&s cool as 24  above  rrtz.w*s-  sr\w%    TV_______a_fl������������>y      _r*ri_r_-������������t_r������*irtitf_r        -On-fl       fcHtfi  __**^������ ^_r   ������_^*������,       Jt %av-w������Ji������_*j^ mmm"*..m _-���������������____>*fr^*������        *Sa_.���������������        s���������������-r   -  touch will put   ths   tomatoes   out   _������-  KnomoQc^ This season _^___2chers  re*"*o*.-^*  an   unprecedented   demand     -For   ttm*-'  green variety.  , Mr. and Mrs. Leadbeater got back V  from their weddingtrip on Saturday.  Owing to the prevalunce of Spanish  Influenza at some of the cities they  intended stopping in their honoymoon  outing was very much  curtailed.  Mr. and Mrs. McNarland, who left  here early this summer to make their  home at Kelwood, Man., are moving  to Vernon, B.C., this month. Mrs.  McNat-lund'8 health was not sufficiently robust to stand the Manitoba climate.  iiaiao.uru  dllU-  O<____������      jSifVA     mA    7*3   mVpml     ^rW_     <f-_    xnSI      -rfT"*!*-,    *CJ_I    1^     <-SrTr-_  ffl  Q5j*_***a___-*  lS-P*__-a     S-__t****^-_1**^-*'  l__Sr**__a. ^S__a*W     TOM __** ^"- ���������W  i  *W~^ A  iS _t /nt-, rv -THtr **i NA V ������bTm  Other features are H. Rutliven Macdonald, Dr.  Frederic   Poole,   Hampton   Court   Singers  Major C.  W. Kerby,  Cnpt. Wood   Kriggs  r .������un.ir������.---*_ M.r_r j-rt-uoy wain this section, and the crop is a  dy one everywhere. Some will haye  ten tons to the acre. Staples Bros, six-  teen-acre field of them run better than  seven tons to tho ocit. The spuds that  were unfit for shipping sold at fifteen  cents a sack in tho field and were in  good demand.  Mr, Attwood returned on Wednef-  dity fioni a trip to Winnipeg, where  he- h ir* bee;, with !:::*. d-ttigh. _���������-���������, M_*e.  Adnuis, on a hurried call to see her  husband. Lieut. Percy Adams, who  wins, taken off the train at that, city  yery sick on his wav home from overseas service.  Pte. Allan  *%,--.      ,~x*\-,.      mlS.-l,T..0rX  Howaid,   a   briithcr ot  ..rx  ^~m..w   t-*~0.Xtt-     X-lr\+%Tn~%dA        ,tx  ^Lm~-m\m~m-~-mmmsm  m  ^^^~        ^^^^^.        M^^tf^A     ^Mii^^    m^/xt0r^^0^    ^gi^^k Aflfc       IWfl  u________ih -nm y yyuy _.  ^J? P Q __!:-_iTB7  O   ^____7 t__ o B  nnii_  u uy y Li y u  is lili %9 lilBM  C___^^UI__i#  ���������__���������    Il ���������_��������� BUl ^jW  ���������n_iiAi__i__fi  law Bw.Bi  ___Wk     Mfa jj-Atlk  OboU   PbHIi  ��������� *���������       DD ������������������ __kt__[       _|Mkrf^  lla^JlS   |S ��������� 3 5 B -  f-*i*r..n.liT-i" i. f���������,**,' (li������������i wilbold Ri*if*Ve**.r_i  friends this week. He is very recently  b-ieli. from oveiiieas lighting, for whieli  he joined up at the coast iu 1015, Although reported dangerously wounded when his name appeared hi tlie cos  niiliti<'-' Home months ago, lie is looking none the worse for his   ejcporien ���������������  (...  ;.,   |lw>   ( fS'a,f������.)f(a>|.  ESTRAY  Whii'iii diivtui and ������lui_c_ii     170  Teas anil weekly collections....  Hiillten   < ,.M-4lia|r,  ,H������.>*t itl-l.  Womet/t- Iin.tlttii.iv   _'.>:_t--_-.-it*������n _..'i;:e:i   ������5  KM   1__  .riH'j   llVr   i  01 'All  1" ?���������''  ~~ 16  S  eason  Pic  kets, good lor  on sale in  the  SIX Entertainments  a lew days  Hol..tch_ iiiooley row, :_ j*.������iu*h old,  bliicli head and body, whit������������������ leg*, and  HW'itt-h undfi- h������*lly. Calf at foot ol-  about to calvf. Anymii' j.i'-ini. bifi.i--  uiution h*ading t������������ i-_'o������-vi'ry will lu* i-c*  wat'd.'d. CUV C--N.---VA_.-1-1'-.. Cr.'.tou.  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WWI^  i-*WBii'WiW-MwimiiM ni-t m_ir��������������� mm  m)tmmmx7mmm xmt0m**vmmSm*mSf*WW  m-<Std^fmrmm)l4m0dmm������.-t *,mm**0M4������������t"llr iyii**-a1-  mimmmim-nm-mmmmmimV'  ggawy.W8^^  I ,..u,X,m,rX.0  -msmwaStmit  i_i������������l__!'_.jS__J*f_'  .���������\[i^*''''ni0*w>������-ww~Hm  IMtlWll������W������-������*TW������:������.il*ilWW*������!l!lWW_IW^^^  mmmwfii������*mm<m>itiwiixm WM-a-_-_-������������~������n;<w������^^ :;*__  -'v'i-i  ���������.-*.  p  ���������'������ ' '.  :._Y  il  v|'-;  J.X-  THE..GBB8T0K BBTISW  tm.  THE CRESTON REVIEW  Issued every Friday at Creston. B.C.  Subscription :   $2 a "year in advance ;  <BO  ������1 tn IT 9     ~.rxi~.lr.  ~7J.X4\4  %rx4   -_��������� .-_*������   asasaut/Oa  C1     -3*'    TJs-rtwD    "ST*_S__..__ -.--.-3   _"_������-.������^.a-a  '. J. .  XJ.JX x. O.t-4, jcQuAJi.  __uaji v-irQ _._.'_.  CRESTON,  B.C.,  FRIDAY, OCT. 25  In a few more days���������to be precise, on October 28th���������the drive  for Canada's Victory Loan will be  launched from ocean to ocean,  when the sum of $300,000,000  will be subscribed, paid and loaned  to the Dominion government by  the less than eight millions of population of this country. This money, it is officially announced, will be  used entirely for war purposes  within the Dominion of  Canada.  With the peace talk that is in  the air���������and which may or may  not* crystallize in something more  substantial in the near future���������  some persons may #et the idea  that it will not be needful for the  government to float further   loans.  'PUIr.    Zr.    7xr.rxr.t-      r,rxx.~ ~ - .-, 1 _. rx ~. rx~.xxrx.xrx'-  _ 111.   IO   1I1U--    UC1 V-tllllj G.1I cnuuc-  ous impression. If the war is not  over in a short time the funds will  be urgently needed, in fact are required now to take care of obligations incurred already; should hostilities cease, it will take many millions to bring the soldiers back, support and pay them and their dependents in the meantime and get  them back into old or   new    vocat-  v iuiio,   uiuu   o_u   %jm.x%~0    ocbiito       t-.-_-____.i-G      Cat i j  on the business of the country.  It appears, therefore, to be a foregone conclusion that Canada will  Vie forced to issue one or more additional loans yet to   care   for   the  gigantic debt that is steadily accumulating and which will continue to increase for some time, even  though the sanguinary struggle  should be teirriiijatod at a co_i_par-  itively early date���������something devoutly to be hoped for. There  should be no slacking of effort or  self denial in the new Victory Loan  campaign in any part of Canada.  Once more, let us go over the top  with something to spare. Every  dollar of it, and more, will be needed, and that in the near future. In  short, efforts should be increased  rather than lessened.  mi.  he Dominion Fruit Crop report  for October reviews the Canadian  potato crop situation in very interesting fashion.    It says:  While it is somewhat early to  form an opinion as to what the potato crop will be, it  would   appear home last week  Coming to the western provinces,  it appears that Manitoba will have  the largest crop of potatoes in   her  ������   *>    5 *;-���������;���������- .** *���������       ��������� -��������� /v /\_r_k_r_.  History, which is estimated auiu,uuv-  000 bushels. This is 1,000,000 bushels  more  than the large crop of  ~������ jt.^  j/m i_ __r * _,       *���������"'���������������. '-, '1  _Lhi--_.. ivi.anitoDa reports s. ous-_.p=  er crop oi cabbages, carrots, turnips  and all kinds of vegetables. Potatoes iu some parts of Saskatchewan  and Alberta were heavily f robted  early in the season, but it is expected that a fairiy good crop will be  harvested in other sections. British  Columbia the prospects point to a  good average yield.  NOTARY PUBUO  INSURANCE  ���������    REAL. ESTATE  -7EA-.ER uy GOAL,  ORESTON   -   ra   B.C.  WATER NOTiGE  DIVERSION AND USB  WATER NOTICE  DIVERSION AND TTSE  Ronald Smith and Arthur Pendry  were visitors at Nelson a couple of  days the early part of the week.  Morgan Long, who has spent the  last four   months   at   Piucher   Craek  C_.lrt.r3       _r*_4*V������ />v������ A  1 _-������*-������%���������*��������� ������������������*��������� ������-%_��������� _ . --. _* _^ *uf_-*fiT������������ion  v*"-_-V*.       WIS* __.������__��������� J. XXlUC-LUt*. ���������J1UIIU.1* *. V-W������-���������__. _1\.V������  from present indications that the  quantity will be above thatof 1917.  Reports received from New Bruns-  ._-__.._.  _-_:     _.: *���������   ..:���������u  _-_:   o  wiois. {S-ve an   cauiiiaueu  y sxssxj, xjl   -lj,-  650.000 bushels as against an estimated yield last year of 5,000,000  bushels.    Prince   Edward     Island  gives promise   of   a   better   yield  than last year although   the   acreage is slightly   less.    Nova   Scotia  has a large acreage with   prospects  for a good crop. Quebec also promises a large crop of potatoes and all  kinds of vegetables. In some   parts  of Ontario the prolonged hot, dry  weather of July and August, checked the growth of tubers.     For that  reason the  crop   may   not   he   as  large as last year, but there is" still  a possibly of a fairly good yield.  Take notice that John Bathie, whose  address is Wynndel, B.C., will apply  for a license to take and use two miner's inches of water out of Elsie  Homes Creek������ also known as Wisconsin Creek, which flows south-easterly  and drains into Duck Creek, about  fiye hundred yards above mouth. The  water will be diverted from the  stream at a point abont 800 feet above  mouth of Elsie Homes lower tunnel  mouth in an easterly direction, and  will be used for domestic and irrigation  purposes upon the land described as  Sub-Division of Lot 181, Lot 2, Map  1335.  This notice was posted on the  ground on the 11th day of October,  1918.    A copy of this notice and an  at a point about 20 feet below mouth  fgV1}���������?��������� Hu?n^J .fef^ awiS  of Bl-Se Homes lower tunnel, and will  the '^Vater; Aj* IM^ willjjffled in  be used for domestic and irrigation   "c "-"^ v*  *"���������*-    ���������     ---  purposes  upon  the hind described as  Sub-Division of Lot 191, Lot 3, Map  ' Take notice that John Wigen,whose  address is Wynndel, B.C., will apply  for a license to take and use two min-  _?-_������**___   *���������������**���������*���������' ���������*������������������������-_,������������������_-   ������->-p  \������-l ���������*/>������������������������   _r*������-t������_k <rv-P   17.1c*.*ic������  tPTswv-i _______  VJ,    __J    mUxX\~<-^-\~rKT   ���������KJ'm.      ������������ IWWA     \'VtV  \/_-.    ������_-IUlV  ������_a.,'*������_l\.-sJ  Creek, also known as Wisconsin  Creek, which flows south-easterly and  drains into Duck   Creek,  about  five  a. .- .1       __. J_       _.t ..���������       ., 41. ������T.1___  La l.I-l-ll-dJi      y fXXLXO     xxixj\rvxr      xxixrxxxtxx. J. X������xr  water will be diverted from the stream  VERY SPECIAL VALUES IN  r  a  fiififfo  AVe are offering .in old  purchase of English  goods of the above at  iess than Today's wholesale  prices.  Prices range from  23c. to  **_n_~  Mrs. Gillespie and son of Lethbridge  Alta., who have been guests of Mr.  and Mrs. E. Parker, for a week, left  for home on Wednesday.  The wild geese are moving south in  considerable quantity this week, and  while out in quest of diurks on Tuesday Dick Smith bagged a couple of  beauties���������the first taken iii the Valley  this year, we belieye.  Cecil Moore, who has been undergoing treatment at Nelson hospital for  almost a month past, returned hi me  the fore part of the week.  Mi-s. and Miss Bertha Pease were  week-end visitors with friends at Nelson, returning Tuesday.  Mrs. Freeborn of Pincher Creek, Alia., left foi* home on Wednesday, after a ten-day visit with Mrs. M. B.  Lung.  Miss Mary Parker, who is at lending  ��������� commercial college at Lcthln-idge,   Altai,, is one of that city's quite   numerous victims of Spanish   influenza,   but  at last report it. one on the highway to  em very.  airs-". Stewart jr.it back on Saturday,  from a ten-day visit with friends in  Spokane, and has been under the doctor's care for the past few days, but  is now (*oiuini_r alonu. nicely.  4- &tt_OPSIS OP  LAND ACT AMENDMENT  Pre-emption now confined to surveyed  lands only.  Records will be granted covering only  land suitable for agricultural purposes  and which is non-timber land.  Partnership pre-emption;, abolished,  but parties of not more than four may  arrange for adjacent pre-emptions, -with  Joint residence, but each making: necessary improvements on respective claims.  Pre-emptors must occupy claims for  Ave years and make improvements to  value of $10 per acre, including clearing  and cultivation of at least 5 acres, bo-  foi'o receiving Crown Grant.  Whore pre-emptor in occupation not  1335.  This notice was- posted on the  ground on the 11th day of October,  1918. A copy of this notice and an  application pnrsnant thereto, and tn  the "Water Act, 1914," will be nied in  the office of the Water Recorder at  Nelson, B.C.  Objections to the application may be  filed With the said \Vater "Recorder or  with the Comptroller of Water  Rights, Parliament Buildings, Victoria, B.C., within thirty days after  the first appearance of this notice in a  local newspaper.  JOHN WIGEN, Applicant.  The date of the first publication  of  this notice is October 18, 1918.  Nelson. B.C.  Objections to the application may  be filed with the said Water Recorder  or with the Comptroller of Water  Rights, Parliament Buildings, -Victoria. B.C., within thirty days after  the first appearance of this notice in a,  local newspaper. __-  JOHN BATHIE, Applicant.  The date of the first publication of  this r.otice is October 18,1918,  WATER NOTICE  DIVERSION AND USB.  _i  -  is mere anv  Meat in the  Take notice that R. C, Eakin, whose  address is Cranbrook, B.C., will apply  for a license to take and use two miner's inches of water out of Elsie Homes  Creek, also known as Wisconsin  Creek, which flows south-easterly,  aud drains into Duck Creek about five  hundred yards above mouth. The  water will be diverted front tin* stream  at a point about 800 feet above month  of Elsie Homes lower tunnel mouth in  an easterly direction, and will be used  for domestic irrigation purpose upon  the land-described as Sub-Division of  Lot 191, Lot 1, Map 1335.  This notice w.-is posted on the  ground on the 11th day of October,  1918. A copy of this notice and an  application pursu.-int thereto and to  the "Water Act, 1914." will he filed in  the office of the Water Recorder at  Nelson, B.C.  Objections to the application maybe  filed with the said Wat-������r Recorder or  with      the     Comptroller     of    "Water jj  Rights.   Partinment    Huildings.    Vic :|  toria,   ia.vv.,   .vi.nm   t.iiiri.y u.ivs   ;ifieri  the first appearance of this notice in it I  lo.*.,! mSm'sp1!".er.  * R.C EAKIN. Applicant-   I  The   date  of  the   first   puMii-'ttiin   of"1  this notice is October IS, 1918. j  This is the first question that presents it-self  to the housewife if an  unexpected visitor drops  in for a meal. But why  worry?  Shamrock Brand  Hams and Bacc-n  Finest  Quality  Cooked Ham  Lunch Meat  __������_  . SLrx  M~SU~-tgt--l, <_5_-������,-  are alw-ij*.*. to be iiad  here. In meats nothing  quite equals * .Shamrock'  products.  I      ____=-  c=-g*--.      CS     _____  a  &"*___ b b f_re __& a ir*  g-^S [������ S-������* S-^a ^,  Is<fr%__Pi!g^^#  WW      -# V������ I ���������     !������__.-  ������04    -,-.  yard  less than 3 years, and has made proportionate improvements, ho may, because  of ill-health or other cause, be granted  \\V .ire agents I'or Jaeu'er  all-wool goods.  ���������ev  ireston Mercantile Co.  LIMITED  u-a_-.JK_r.--_r ���������_������<-��������� <jl____m_.'j__> in-tnux*m4.jr.T*t~~*n~0--XTMl00.  intermediate certificate of improvement  and transfer his claim.  Records without permanent residence  may bo isBued provided applicant makes  improvements to extent of $300 per annum and records same each year. Failure to malco improvements or record  same will operate ao forfeiture. Titio  cannot bo obtained on these claims in  loss than 6 years, with improvements of  $10 per acre, Including G acres cleared  and cultivated, and rcsldonco of at  least 2 years. _ ���������  Pro-cmptor holdlnar Crown Grant may  record another pre-emption, if ho ro������  ?iuiroB land in conjunction with hla  arm, without actual occupation, provided Btatutory improvements made and  rooldoncQ maintained on Crown ettvattii-  land. .,      <8*.  Unaurvoyod aroao, not O-tcoodinji* /SO  acres, may be leased as homesltea;  tltlo to bo obtained after fuinillnff residential and Improvement condltlona.  For prrazlmr and industrial purposes,  ar-nan exeeotUnfir 040 aoron may be luuueu  toy one poi-Mou or company.  PP.E-EMPTOn3' FREE GRANTS ACT.  Tho acopo of this Act lo enlarged to  rl Lsll  3  i  __K_5?SR3}_t-____SS_i  *.  I*.  :>pi  11  Tiv-pmc-far  '-.' ���������  n*  .'*��������� 111- ���������' i'   ;ili  -m ��������� \ i ��������� |-;i I  i   '-.  -  wrarv  _  V Ut    ?  . ��������� i   i ';; ��������� ' .  !  **' . * j i n   -  o n n  ���������-'���������>- 1 ������������������_,-  i          T  I ;i r; i' ���������   -  ���������  ��������� . ��������� i ������������������ !   i  \~t-r~r\  . uuu  ' ii iii i*-''''!  ; 1111 1   Y I;  l...,d     il;  ~~>t~\  .���������Ie;  i', ������l i.���������*���������.  i i'i ,i"*--~;  }SS_9  w  I I- I- I  I (I  .III'  vt  ii'mlm     v.:  V^StnTirVisT* Sfi.  IX  i-r-^a*-*.    ���������:^"-".   010    aM  4-4    a-I -i...",',"'      j%.llS     " #N.    ' ^1.    S'i.  l1Wi'/>1..~HASH\.i~l^XMi  IU  ti lit  "11II I.I  \.  Ht'f.-miOli  61  VI  Include all persons jolnlnff and serving  v/lth ilia Majcatv'M Forces. Tho time  ���������within which tho heirs or dovlaooa of a  doconood pro-omptor may apply for  tltlo under this Act is extended from  one year from tho death of such person,  txn formerly, until om. year after tho  conclusion of tho present war. This  _._r_V---._-C !:. _-!ho wxidfl rAtroaotive,  TOVVNr.l.Tn: phopprty aiiotmpnt  0������ ACT.  Provision in niado for tho errant to  poruoiis holding uncomploted A_������reo-  monts to x'urehauc. from tho Crown of  ouch jicoportloii of the land, If divisible,  an  the  payments    already    mado  will  CljVt'k' lu in ujjoiHull tu t.iu ii.ilu i>i ico o"  tl������o wholo puree). Two or moro purnouu  holdliiir imc-li Airreementii may uroup  tholr fiMnri-iilii and uptjly for a proportional-) allotinent Jointly. If It Is not  uummiinil ii.tivliii-.lilt>  tv> dlvltlu  tliu l.md  r.r-)-������n-..w.   }-^.4   ,.*^    .. ,\ir.1lr.a,*lr>r.   few   fa    ma-ranor-  tlouutu itllotniuni, un ullulinoia ol lu.ua  of Mjtinl vit)tii. ni.lentnd from avuDiiblo  Crown IuikIh In ������!i-> tu.:.'allty niuy lio  mud-n. Thoiiii iillotmentn are conditional  upon piiyiiii.iit of all taxes duo tho  Crown or to imy inunlclpii)lty. Tho  k*l_t)iti������ of iiornonii to whom tho pur-  uIiihik-i tn.iii Hid Crown luiti iik.'i'i'tl to  uoll mo iilim piotoctod. Tho decision of  rh������ _.1!i'!::tir of J>ands l-l roi-pi-rt lo th������  u<1 tmitirniut of a pi'-iportlonato iillotmont  tit   II.Ull.       'llll,    lllllll   IU>     tlluiitllH    .-l.plK.--  llon   for  tin-si,  nlloliiimilii  In  limitts<l  to  Clio l:it i-f_y of May.  I .111).    Anyi'i'l-Ho*--  111...      !.....,������.     a4Jia.|       llll.r     .......      .. ...      .....      ....  ���������noiinMarcil. Tliciio -lUotiiioiitn apply to  .aiwii   lulii  iiii.i   Inula  of tIt..  Crown   Hold  ill     I.Ul.Ill'    I.U. II..I)  i*or lul... inulloii upplv to ii.ny il'jt-jviii-  ������.ilul  (Jovairiiiui-itl  Au-'iil  or   to  li.    it.   iW.I*l'.!-<,  J)-a,.M������ar   MlUlllt-'r at  T.nn<1 I,  Canyon- Cii;  H  mpany  Lltvin ED  .**i _l1' ' -liUfff Iff jdULU  -x~   m - m .~~t -tr-m-m^ my m.  ^V/M  V      i /.' *, . " . - r-7  4 r^  "aa '.a*__J  C.V.O.. I.L.D.. U.C.L., Tn.iid~:..\  ; i   :    **  v  I   ���������������������*' ^_AC\\   ������*"*   '���������*������������������  f     .-T-.rri*,l  "      / 4 m v ~  ij *  .'"  i. <: .. l.  .--v-.r  !___���������* - '  I ^_> ���������-.   x/ _ V*   X.  ^/  c  or.:  11  r  i*  ������ ,  a   a  _.  C.  V    -      a.     '-.   ���������*-  C-  hy  I!  :on:  -V   k-^m-t-  htm.  CI  !���������!':���������. i  1  ���������|ii������ii������iMliiiiii������il������n<,������>a<ii.illii.ialiiM*lrt---.____M>.  "'*"''Y*ii!^^H'ii^**^tirfi������**3'-^  la--.MIW-a^--i----i--!--l-i1f-1iWli|[|i1T-1l- -1il-_--r_-l-ili_t- la-illTim tl  *-''"^7lliill^'t^#"l^t'M*'ht*'il*''fr*'*''W*-''*'-'"t'* riX0r1r04**Ux*0J0x0.^l~0~i0���������^r...- ~ ������������������- ������������������   ...  lIMfflWIMIMlttafflnrllllmftdgisnrii^^  a_-_---SS--^  >_miii_wiiiiM_iiiiia_-niiwaai>iw__t-ww������������������.w-   -rri.;TriirMliiiHfir_i_._t__'__ so^ x~mmB~?������m-m  rsasBEgg,  ^_Wj_j___jM_jj!_y;    ^    m~~mt--~Sm-m-..-.-^.  @U������   *J^g      SS^.  - .-*'     .' ��������� :     i   '���������  ':  "T-'H   ITI.H  ?|-|^|l|-_ra*i-l_(p*_|_-pfll|r|l I  E___________i  Because Canada has put her hand  to the plow and will not turn back:-���������  ���������our country is in the war on the  side of liberty and justice and will stay  in it till complete victory is woa and  the unspeakable Hun is smashed and  ���������____.     .__-__-_���������-__-__--_)_.      __k ___>_-      4~> Mm. *m      m+mm -so +***. m -w -������*- a*-* ft  UCcH.CH t-U* H-llC ^UUllUj  ���������a nation at war must make tremendous expenditures in cash to keep  up her armies and supply them with  munitions, food and clothing;,   Canada must finance many, mil*  lions of dollars of export trade in food ammunitions and supplies whiclr Britain  and our allies must have on credit;  ���������for these purposes Canada must  borrow   hundreds   of   millions   of  Aiid, this money must be borrowed  from the people of Canada:���������  Therefore, Canada will presently  come to her people for a new Victory  Loan to carry on.  J__.  Canadians will loan the money by  again buying Victory Bonds.  The national safety, the national  honor arid the national well-being  require-t!ia& each and every Canadian  shall d6 his duty by lending to the  nation every cent he can spare for this  purpose;  Be ready when die call comes to see your  CJOiintey tlwou^'iftnt ite.{{reai wsar work  l~~~.~il hy Canada's Victory* LeasrCdanrit-tee  . " a . . ������        , . T.  St*   ��������� .     , . f     *"*������������������..   _  ... -0.  IU  CUS->pCi������illUII   vV_.a..'.i   Hl..Ji*llll.nai    *-'*���������     ���������*���������   ������-.���������..._._.���������-  of the Dominion of Cannaci  <__��������� .  II  il  106  ������������*������*������-____-----_--_---^^  im__jan_i__i_i mmmmmimmmxTl  _- >������.-^.i'iaw"H'_a__>iii -wiiai_..Mi,i..i.  i. ii. r    -1 ���������- ��������� *"*��������� "*��������� "���������*'*  ���������"MUfffAMI-JT  '^SSggS^^  saivmR  'S-~~-~x~mxm~-~m-  ^U..Urf^..i^*-l-.U..V'^^^  imj|. i.iwiii'*-_t-iw-ii-iii-*.,iM_w-^^  ��������� ��������� ��������� -1 ��������� ������������������"���������'"  ggaw^  -^_saa-S-Ssaas������^  as  __iS_-__^^ M  fifiMI  i'.l*rt.'j*  m*-im������������^^  ���������_l*__lll-������_1l������ll_l_*lllli ,|>-.III*I--1-I ll������rlHlWHU������W���������WIIWHii'1)i! ������������������'ii.i.aailiini ||i|M>|li,l<mHMHma.n������_i������i| rmmm.a-a-1'mi'aa" " mi i  ���������._ -i������i���������w���������������_*i������Wi im i"^'])';! ii in ��������� i i ���������n.i*' ^������������������^���������������������������������������������������^^||^^^||���������'���������^^^fw^|^^^^^^|Mu^^w^^^*������������WMl  lW������-*l*.������M*^������*IM*������l*'---aV**'^  wws-iwia-Wiiiiwiiiiawwii^^  iiiii>iii)i!i*.i*-������*������**������*j*i*wi������wm  a__���������iiu-ii_������in___i_  v~i:!Twm������mmir'0**^rV'0"ii!i^!M*^ m  :'."*-.  "  1-3  v *a i   ���������������*** | .     Saturday was the biggest day on re-  -LiOCSl  -H-HCl   A-8rSO__19.fi  cord for Union shipping out of   Crest-  rm-,___.3. ___._. ���������~   So  xuiii-auSiji ui-g-ii* iicx.ii ������.->  j on.   Six cars went east that  morning  Young Pigs Fob   Sai/e���������-$4  each. ] ���������two of them potatoes.  Hilton, Attwood Banch, Creston.  Don't waste your cuii apples. I will  pay $15 a ton for them. Jas. Compton, Creston.  - Beds For Sale���������Three high, wood  bedsteads and springs." Attwood  Ranch, Craston. ' *. _;  "**^.  Mr. and Mrs. Jim Cameron of Cranbrook   were   week-end   visitors   hate  ?ith the former's parents- !    Goat Mountain got its first sprinkl  ing of snow   on Tuesday night, the  hallowe'en.  Boys will be boys, of which fact residents should take notice and govern  themselves accordingly.  Mrs. M. Beninger arrived from Es-  tevaii. Sask. on Saturday and will  spend, the winter here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Cameron.  Sx~\^4~   ** A\~X~i'-  There will be -_-_-������__._--.-.  in Christ Church on Sunday, with eel  ebration of Holy Communion.       N  ~,.Arx0.r,rx     fr,iv..7  XX.-       VVlUVKVV       __._--_.-I_-. _���������'  my     I      -_,-._- ___ ____   VVIJIUC   (^vja_������a������o     uciug  well down on Wednesday morning.  Miss Nellie Wilson got back on Sunday from a two weeks* holiday with  friends at Cranbrook and Moyie.  Clem. Payette has moved from Mc-  Leod Ave. is now occupying the Atfc-  ridere residence on Victoria At"-1.  F. W. Ash was the lucky bidder for  the fall fair lumber. He got about two  thousand feet of it at $15 a   thousand,  Found���������Gent's watch. Owner can  have same on proving property and  pay expenses.   Call at Review Office.  Lost���������Collie dog, answering to the  name Prince- Reward to party notifying Alex Mirabelli of its where-  a"bouts.  The J.J.Atherton cottage on Fourth  street has been purchased by Mrs. M.  "Young, who is putting it in shape for  Arrears of taxes on property in the  t-i7.4\c.4rr7~. fr.ttmaif._t are **ess t^ftt-' e-500-  according to the official list of properties put up for sale at Nelson yesterday.  Members of the Presbyterian ladies'  aid are reminded of the November  meeting on Friday afternoon next, at  3 o'clock, at the home of Mrs. George  Johnson.  Next Wednesday will likely be the  last of the half holidays for this year,  although a move is on foot to have  the half-day off apply to every month  Ot tne y������ar, cscspt Becen-ber.  With few exceptions Valley ranchers have now aii their apples picked,  but due to the scarcity of packers it  will be two or three weeks yet before  they will be ready for shipping.  Cash receipts at the Red Cross this  week round out a total of $12.20, from  the following: Women's Institue $5  T. Harris $5, Mrs. Trr.sc._tb $1, Mrs.  M. Young 60c, collection at room cue.  m__���������   -xrxS^-r.      -._���������       ���������Srx~.4-rxA    r. 7x --      *���������_. 47     ._>-..__  JL _.*_>   ������4X4AXrK,     X.X7-        *l_ aa. a. xlxrx.   u>.__���������      xrx.x.       ..������..-.  will be strung immediately on an extension of the telephone iine beyond  the cemetery. T. Mawson and E. C.  Gibbs are p*a_tt___g ir. residence phones.  A little late but none the less appreciated was the 'Presbyterian Sunday  School picnic, which was held on   the  B. Bridge, who was looking after  his ranch interests here for a couple of  weeks past, returned tc coast on Saturday.  Rev, F_ L_ Carpenter, a former  Methodist pastor here, but now at  Kaslo, is & possibility as the man to  take charge of the united church at  Fernie. He has taken the services  there the past month, and the papers  speak well of his pulpit efforts. The  salary offered is $1800 a year, with a  free house and a month's holiday each  year.  noon,   supper   being served   in  church.  the  Ou Tuesday   next,   Oct.    29th,   the  work meetings of the Red Cross Soci-  Dentistry���������Dr.  W.  H.   Pickering |_ety will be commenced, at   the   depot  -j������j  Feed   Potatoes���������Will  quantity of feed potatoes.   Sate  and quantity you have to sell.  Review Office.  aaU>  price  Notify  Miss. E. Henderson of London, Ont.  tario,' was a Creston visitor a few days  last week, the guest of her brother,  Dr. Henderson.  W. B. Muir is a business  visitor   at  Nelson this week, taking a  look   over  proceedings at the sale   of   lands   for-  taxes yesterday.  Lost���������On Oct. 3rd, an umbrella, between the Mercantile store and Presbyterian church. Finder please leave  at Mercantile Co.  Mrs. (Rev.) M. "W. Lees has been  ehosen leader of the recently organiz-  od branch of the Canadian Girls in  Training at. Trail.  Mr- and Mi's. C. G. Bennett, who  have been on a three-week's motor  trip to coast points, via Spokane, re-  tnrned an Saturday.  of Grand Forks will visit Creston for a  week, commencing about Nov. 15th,  for the practice of dentistry in ail its  branches.  Creston's three-day Chautauqua is  scheduled for Nov! 18, 19, and 20,  with performances afternoon and evening. Season tickets will be on sale  in a few days.  Father Cocola, at onetime priest in  charge of the Creston Indians, and until lately at Phoenix and Greenwood,  is now overseas���������a chaplain with the  Canadian forces.  _>  John Arrowsmith a business  visitor  at Nelson a few days the early part of  the week, remaining for   the   sale   of  lands for taxes, which was held   yest  erday in that city.  J. H. Rudy of Cranbrook is here at  present0 relieving at the C.P.R. depot while agent Swanson is taking a  month's   well-earned     holiday.    Mis.  Rudy ^accompanies him.  I  A  Dan MeDopald and family arrived  from Crescent Valley last week and  are occupying the Reid cottage on  Fourth street. He is driving team  for Kennedy & Mangan.  The Valley potato crop is pretty  well harvested, and much of it has  been shipped. The average yield will  be almost eight tons to .the acre. A  year ago it was hardly four.  '*_*  Our stocks of uurlerwear  for men, women and children  is most complete. It comprises all the most reliable and  noteworthy makes, in single  Barmen ts and combinations,  in al! wanted weights.  Yon will find here a better  showing to choose from thau  elsewhere, and at prices that  will instantly appeal ^ to  thrifty buyers. Wo specially  mention���������  Watson's  Underwear  ���������Chik-rcr. and  __-U..-.h' lir������e������-, in  .mn: wool __ri.l mixture cotton  i     '   i  and wool.  Men's  Underwear  I     r������*  i r.  t.  ~~*. ** *.~~" tr-.t-*-' >* **  make in all tho  ._'...:-���������-.!!..; h'wh  j and wei^hti*.  Men's Trousers  l_i_iin.i.:.-.>t.ni     t weed  ~-..r.'\   '.Vi;.-!'  J  __i".ivy  ���������    (rilll i'l.   ������IHi -Hi '������������������  i   .;l.*i,    ._ -    ������_i*������. ���������-������������������ /  oyer S. A. Speers' store, commencing  at 2.30. Ten-cent teas will be served at  the close.  The supply of apple wrapping paper  in the Valley is .about exhausted, and  some of the ranchers are now using  old newspapers for the purpose. Mail  order house catalogues are in demand  for the same purpose".  For the year just closed Creston  Red Cross Society annual report shows  that slightly over 3400 articles were  made up by the workers, with handkerchiefs predominating, and a good  showing in both socks and. pyjamas.  Xhe ice cream season closed last  week, when druggist Oatway put the  soda fountain and other appurtanan-  ces into winter storage. During some  of the real hot summer days a dozen  gallons was required to supply the demand.  Kitchener is the first point in the  Cveston Valley to claim a case of the  Spanish influenza, one of the children  of the town being down with it. In  consequence the school is closed, and  Miss Zalla Johnson, teacher, returned  home on Tuesday.  Those who are selling tickets on the  raffle of the town lot* bv the Red  Cross asked to turn ai* unsold tickets  at the Red Cross rooms on Tuesday  next. The drawing for the property  takes place on Saturday evening' Nov.  2nd, at the drugstore,  Miss Lyda Johnson, who  is attend-  a   ���������     . .. ._-   - ..,        _4      -IT _ . ,.....,������������������      +..._���������  _:;j������     ;;;^:_     _.i.__iriJi    ___.     . <_..__.-.>i. -. -_..     .......  term, arrived home on Sunday. Owing to the prevalence of Spanish influenza the schools in that city are all  closed, and public gatherings of all  descriptions prohibited.  Mrs. P. B. Hope of Cranbrook was  a visitor with Creston friends li.st  week. Her iiiibband, Paddy Hope, nt  onetime a druggist bore, and twice  oversear���������first with" the First Canadian Contingent, and now   with   Cupt.  Mallundainc's forestry corps.  ...  Mrs. Ben Long of Vancouver spent  a. couple of days hen* this week looking after business interests, leaving on  Tuesday for Ludington, Mich., where  she wilf spend the winter. Mi\ Long  is in Seattle at presont, working in  one of the shipyards in that city.  Till. Ri-ViKW comes to hand this  week four pages short of its usual size.  Somewhere hot-ween Rcgina, Susie,  and hero wo have a shipment of "patent insides" to last uh eight wool..., but  due to the freight handlers' strike, or  other couses, they are now two weeks'  behind their Urinal .schedule.  Fuel vendors were the happiest looking men in these parts the fore part of  the week. Tuemlay morning the mercury climbed down to 20 above _.*__'o,  and snow is in evidence on the  ���������lillir -ie.--.. -i * .n't'* I ��������� (sve vev we __���������'.���������,*���������*  May or Little's word for it that there is  at least two weeks of Indian sununer  still to * tune.  Pte. T_en. Mawson  is the latest of  Creston's overseas fighters to figure in  the  casualty lists,  word   coming by  wire on Wednesday morning that he  had been admitted to hospital with  shrapnel wounds in the back.   As the  wound is not classed as serious it is  hoped his injuries are not dangerous.  Len went across late  this spring, and  from letters just received from him it  wouid appear that he had. oniy been  at the front about ten days when he  was wounded.  Tuesday's intake of Red Cross supplies establishes a record for a single  week's operations in these parts. In  the lot were eight. suits of pyjamas,  five pairs of hand-knit socks, and a  couple of trench caps. The pyjama  makers were IMesd&mes G. "youn������*,  Fraelick,Cherrington. Boyd, Payne.A.  Smith, Misses Ross and Candy. The  trench caps were from Mrs. M_ Young  and Miss L. Cherrington, and the  socks from Mesdames McMurtrie, J.  W. Hamilton, Fraelick, Cherrington,  and Miss Ruth Klingensmith.  eyening last, when the team of drivers  belonging to B. Simmons backed off  the scow and were drowned. It would  seem that in driving the rig onto the  ferry everything seeming to be going  right the moorings were cast off before the rig had been pulled completely on the barge; that in the effort to  get tho team to pull the rig to safety,  the cable broke, the ferry drifting out  into the stream a matter of fifty feet,  the team getting out of control and  backing off into the river, where it  was impossible to   keep   them   afloat.  I _r*fc _,-___ __.1L, ���������  _-.-_*������. _������i   ���������,,*_-.     +V-_f>     **rr4c__l1--l_r*-i_riiw_rt  j V/UtS Ox  lUC _^|J-Xii   wcto     ximMXri      <.wt*-..-J������T_i  1 Simmons mule, but the other animal  was a much more valuable piece of  horseflesh,.and Mr. Binimons will ask  the government to reimburse him far  his loss. The ferry was eventually towed back to shore, a new cable procured  and business as usual resumed this  week.  ?___-_������   IS 1G Ifi  The first serious mishap in connection with the operation of the Kootenay River ferry occured   on   Thursday  T.-V.SEF. 5ALb X 1478  Sealed tenders will be received by the District Forester, Cranbrook, B.C., mot later than  noon en the 31st day of October, 1918. for the  purchase of License X1478, to cut 10,000 Tain-  arac and Fir Ties on an area adjoining S.T.1-.  30404. near Creston, Kootenay District.  One (1) year will be allowed for removal of  timber.  Further particulars of the Chief Forester,  Victoria, B.C., or District Forester, Cranbrook,  B.C.  Smelter Investigation  /*%T_,*?_ .  IVfiZZiJfr'  -0?  #~ fJSif.ijfi0fflP.fii  Owing   to   the  prevalence   of   Spanish  Influenza,    and   to   the   regulations'  of   the  * ������    *___>" %S m ������   _-<__-> ~%0~M,  D J r,JC  ______***>%���������.������ x*. \Jtjf  fj- A Mix  M. _-.V_.-J.ttf-  _���������..__ ./*_-._,   Iff        JVJIXrX.  Nelson, sessions proposed io he held by the  Committee in l\elson, on October 31st, are  postponed until further notice,  JAMES ANDERSON,  Secretary.  Kaslo, B.C.,  October 24, 1918.  to Tin.   l.i.vii.w,  moved  to   Long   Ciutlee,   Alta,,  iipring, states Mint crops in   Hint,  G-   *������>  W U M jg jg     M    MM SAU  ^rm\       W(iJp|BJr   V-llH     IWfl     WWW,      ^r^^  -*mh.     km tjmmt |m������ im4   tJ-M.        Vm*  m\xpu   &������lraU.p latys'  In n letter renewinii*   bis Hiihseiplion  Davy   Scott,���������   who  thin  part  I of I lie tiriiiriii u'iti. .���������im'.' lii'lil, 1 Iiim vi*h t*  ) but t hat things would not lie   ha*'d to  |>nl  it-i wi.li ii iii'   iniil    ;i    N.iviMii    iil.o  Corn or Hituiiiiili* .'ir.'lu< to get adny'ii  tl'hini' in nenii oeea.siouiilly,  Thru- in rejoicing among-.!, the  i.eliool tenrliei'M ami otheiH to whom  the    tu'liool    Ii'ihi .1    in    i.iilcliteil.    The  (h .1  oii.ii i.i iv in.1.ill...-ni  nf ::;iS7r> of  ihi*. yejii'i   t.ehoo) funds  mine to Imiwl j  * ��������� ��������� ���������      ' .   '���������������������������-.>,...,._    *. v .' | . I...     ;. i... I 11        ....'*���������!  oilier nt'i-ouii..-. .'/in now he  _ii|iiii.nli*i!. 1  Tlu*   .<���������:."hi:.,   !_,_,!   ],,.,.���������    .Y.ihoii'.   ..ti- '  ������*,..������..!.   ���������*...��������� -,!.,,/     .   ������*..,,    ,.���������!., I  "In this always-popular design wo aro Hhowin.r an  exceptionally fine line of CUPS and SAUCERS, as  well as 5, 7 and.8-inch PLATES, and the 7 and 8-inch  SCALLOP BOWLS.  Equally attractive offerings are in evidence in this  department in many lines, notably���������  Tea Pots in different varieties  Mixing and Padding Bowls ,  Tumblers.    Lemon Reamers  Vinegar Bottles.    Bean Pots  Clothes' Sprinklere.    Egg Cups  Salt and Pepper Shakers  Cups and Saucers  The long evenings are now with us.    We call special  attention to our stock of GLASS LAMPS.  \m_:"'-*,-,������L. j[.-r  ���������y4m.fmm.0~m'  NfcAV'** *_V������.J_***  1 Na-J.  8--15100  \^���������Xr-~*m-r7X--U-. 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