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 Vol. X,  CRESTON, B.C., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1918      p/  No, 38  -__*-S~-.___'���������.:=_  Creston callers this week have been  quite numerous. Mrs. Aspey on Monday, and W. H. Morris and Mr. and  Mrs, Grundy on Tuesday.  Jack Broadburat, yard foreman at  Crowsne8b, was a visitor here a few  days, en route west on a holiday   trip.  The new superintendent; Mr.' Ma-  harg, along with B. & B. Supt. Brown  and master mechanic Wortman of  Cranbrook, paid Sirdar an official visit last week,Mayor Daly extending the  freedom of the cit*-* to Mr.   Maharg in  Xxir.   --~.-.-l   -C.--.1J-1 *_...l-_   __.!������-   UOUC-l   la.Ull/J.-.OI-   LCtiOLl.LJll.  Mrs. Sandy Bannerman of Cranbrook is enjoying Sirdar's hospitality  a few-" days this week, free from the  anxieties that obtain at the divisional  city dne to Spanish in__Uien-.a.  Mrs. North and Mrs. Rodgers were  Creston callers one day last week,  making a call on our old friends. Mr.  ���������and Mrs. Bysouth.  Hughie Brock is haying the time of  his life on his holiday trip south.  Pictures to hand would indicate that  he is even more popular with the  California girls than even a dashing  Hying corps lieutenant,  Mrs. Ianson has returned to Nelson  after a short yisit with her sister Mr.*-.  R. Dennes.  Don Bossia and partner, who has  the Mannerino ranch under lease this  summer, have nulled their freight,  and gone east.  Mrs. Geo. Can and daughter gob  back a few days ago from a trip to  Nelson, where the two boys are attending school.  Yorky was a visitor at Cranbrook  last week, bub arrived to late to see  see Engineer Haley, w__Tdl__ied*in that  v,\t,\r last week-  ing pat-ties. Tlie couple were unattended, the bride being attired in  georgette crepe, with a travelling snifc  of blue serge. After spending a shorb  honeymoon trip ab Slocan Lake poinbs  Mr. and Mrs. Cameron returned bo  Sandon where a reception was tender  ed them at the hor  Mrs.   Archie  Kerr, and their popuiariby was evidence in the many usefnl and beautiful presents received. They will reside  ab Sandon for bhe presenb. The bride  was one of bhe most popular members  of Cresbon's younger seb, and bht besb  wishes of an army of friends are extended for a long and happy wedded  life-  TJ������A     _-#_-_-*__-j___M������    B ~m.m-.m~.  Ab a sneebing of the cenbral eqm-  mittee on Friday night last arrange-  ments were made for bhe canyass of  the Valley on behalf of the 1918 Victory _Loan, and the following gentlemen have been asked to look after the  terribory assigned them:  CSS���������.3.. ..._T--.       ���������tX^^rXrxrxr.rxxx  Kjia ataxia.'x-rx.   -Jt!....soil.'_*;:)  Wynndel and Alice Siding���������Guy  Constable.  Cresbon, Wesb���������Jas. Compbon and  A. Miller.  Cresbon, East���������T. M. Edmondson,  F. Hf Jackson.  Erickson���������W. W. Hall. W. V, Jaek-  son.  Canyon Cifcy���������C. C������_ Rodgers.  Kitchener���������Geo. Johnson.  Across the Kooten������.y���������C- Blaiv-  While no specific amonnb has been  seb for Cresbon Valley bo raise, ib is  expected that an amount ab leasb  equal bo bhe 1917 loan will be subscribed. Last year a lltble over  $40,000 worth of bonds was taken up.  Bonds may be purchased on the instalment plan, payments being spread  over a year ainiosb ������*,- so desired. ������n  order to raise the quota suggested  bond buying will have to be pretty  general and liberal, and ib is bherefore  hoped bhe proyosibion will have very  serious abbenbion. Nov. 16th is the  closing date of bhe bond sale.  &-F>S&k%S������B8  R.Qe__"_r tl?a-iin_-._i.il Jim  ->r}-i   l-ic  4-..X mn  of Indians, who have been ab bhe  Landing for some time, have gone  hack to Creston,"having, apparently,  bagged bheir full quota of ducks.  Engineer Loucks who was in with a  freight on Friday night had bhe pleasure of bringing his brain down from  Cresbon wibhoub a fireman, Mr. Morrison, who does the coal heaving haying been taken off at Oreston rather  badly under the weather with what  looked like the Spanish influenza.  i I The proceeds of thx~ Loss*, -will be used for War purposes only* end -will bs_> sgs@___g w___������_ly _____ Gacada ������ I  ia  ti  ii  ee  ! B  IB  JitroM vanypegmmg  '"     vi,     \iitrcttn  Up to the lime of going  ,Thuw.day afternoon) but one ease of  Spanish influenza has developed. It is  out at Camp 5, near Porthiil, and the  place has been quarantined. Thorp are  some cases of mild sort of old fashioned la grippe, but those thus troubled  are all sticking right at home. If our  citizens will refrain from doing any  entertaining, or oven visiting, cut out  the dances, keep the children off the  .-breefc, and especially _._-fraiij from eoit-  regating even in small groups in any  ptullic place particularly, the Valley  will haye nothing to worry about  Spanish inthien/n. Tho malady cannot spread if there aro no people going  placet) where it might   possibly   exist.  Again Major  Friends of Capt. Mallandaine will  hear with satisfaction that word h.if.  jut-lb boon received of his promotion  to tho rank of major. Ho hold thin  iu tho 107th Kootunay llogiment' hot  reverted to a captaincy in order to  gob oversea., with tho Oreston Forestry  Draft which loft here in April, 1017.  Ho Ih still iu the forestry work,  The promotion Ih effective from I  April laHt.  An October Wedding  A wedding   of   inter.*.,    to    a    wide  circle of friond'i in Ihe   Valley was sol  emni'/.cd    on   Monday.   October   _2_*,i, |  ...\,....   ���������������.;. ,.  ...,_.i.     is ������      ��������� .     i  gun Cameron were united in   mini iiiK<-1  in Ihe   iVa-riiiyl ���������'I'iiiii    church    nt     New i  Denver. He v. Mr. Mitchell   oluoialing.  ij.     the ceremony being wiiuciscd hy    un*  . jrvmll~tot4SM4mm-W'<l*M  mtiSijjirfWMawi_-iii.-i.._*|ilW.._������__iM'ni-i-.-[������i_MifliTW^ w>*4*W***Wfa-..yr^<������|Mft^ft������.BBw1a-yi^^'^wvaKsJ'' .-,- .Ihi'A ';^_Kf^J^_:_^"^_K____i_i  ixW-mLmmmmmmm^^  The Minister of Finance of the Dominion of Canada offers for Public Subscription tho  oan  _ j-Tfe. _*"&.  BB BB B  ~   si. so  ~T������~*-a\A  _���������____>> **_P_ILa*<L_LB--������  Bearing interest from November 1st, 1918, and offered in two maturities, the choice of which is optional with the subscriber as  follo-ws:  5 year Bonds due November 1st, 1923  15 year Bonds due November 1st, 1933  Principal payable without charge at the Office of the Minister of Finance and Receiver General at Ottawa, or at the  Office of the Assistant Receiver General at Halifax, St. John, Charlottetown, Montreal, Toronto, Winnipeg, Regiaa, Calgary  and Victoria.  Bonds may be registered as to principal or as to principal and interest, at any o_ tl*. above-mentioned offices.  Interest j������&y~b!e_ rHO-o-it charge. half-yesj-y, M_;_* 1st _______ Nove_ab*������r 1st. at any t_r_im__x in Canada of any Chartered  ' Principal and Interest payable in Gold   Ilaalc.  %_--_-_._-__-  -������_.-__. ��������� . ~r_Ta    *������J_ft   4_-OJ-rx~xjA dtt   AJhA  j.ssue jrrices  x<lpo axta _accrnea interest  Incossie Ketiirss. BYt~% p@f Aisssiilsi*!  Free from taxes���������Including any Income tax���������imposed in pursuance of legislation enacted by the Parliament of  Canada.  The proceeds of tae -L-o&a wiii bo used for war purposes only. Including the purchase of grata, fcodstufTs, ioauai-  tJoni- nnd other sunpllcn. and -will ba ..pent wholly in C.tmmAm.  Payment to be made as follows:  10% on application; 20% January 6th, 1919;  20% December 6th, 1918; 20% February 6th, 1919;  81.16% March 6th, 1919.  The last payment of 31.16% covers 30% balance of principal and 1.16% representing accrued interest at 5J4% from  November 1st to due dates of the respective instalments.  A full half year's interest will be paid on May 1st, 1919, making the cost of the bonds 100 and inteiest.  Subscriptions may be paid In full at the time of application at 100 without interwt; or on any instalment due date  thereafter together with accrued interest at the rate of 5H% per annum.  This Loan is authorized under Act of the Parliament of Canada, and both principal and interest are a charge upon the  Cc-izci.id?.-'-":- Rew-ju-. Fund.  The Amount of this issue ia f300.000.000, exclusive of the amount (If any) paid for by the surrender of bonds of  previous issues. The Minister of Finance, however, reserves the right to allot the whole or any part of the amount subscribed  in excess of 5300.000.000.  douvf__.irH_-u.___. __r_r_-V____������_.|������eH  Bonds of this issue will, in the event of future Issues of like maturity, or longer, made by the Government, during the  remaining period of the War, other than iosues made abroad, be accepted at 100 and accrued interest, as the equivalent of cash  for the purpose of subscription to ouch issues.  Payments  All cheat-en, drafts, etc., covering instalments, are to be made payable to the Credit of the Minister of Finance.  Failure to pay any instalment when due will render previous paytrents liable to forfeiture, and thc allotment to cancellation.  Si_.b-_cript.ona must be accompanied by a deposit of 10% of the amount subscribed. Official Canvanscro will forward uub-  scriptiona or any branch In Canada of any Chartered Dank will accept subscription and issue receipts.  Subscript-ono may be paid i_i full at time of application at 100 without Interest; or on any instalment due date thereafter together with accrued interest to time of making payment in full. Under this provision, payment of subscriptions may  be made ns follows:  If paid in full on or before Nov. 10th, 1918, par without Interest, or 100%.  If remaining instalments paid on Dec. 0th, 1013, balance of 90% and interest, (400.48 per 8100.)  If remaining Instalments paid on Jan. 0th, 1010, balance of 70% and interest, ($70.80 per tlOO.)  if _cii*i_!i'iiii_ i-i->_-.iii--_--_b .-aiil oil rc'u. fllti, 1015), balance of 60% and intere6t, (J.51.04 per $100.)  If remaining instalment paid on Mar. 0th, 1019. balance of 30% nnd interest, (931.10 per $100.)  Denomination and Rej_tiBtra_-io_a_  TWrfr bond*", with Ci-tunnm*. will hi. Inmird in r1enr.tnliiiitlt.nsnf tr.O., 8100., JfiOO., nnd ������1,000., unrl mn. h������- refhtered  nti to principal.    The fimi. cou. .on attached to thPfw. bnnrln will be clue on May 1st, 1010.  Fully registered bondo, the interest on which Is paid direct to the owner by Government cheque, will be Issued lu  denominations of *S0.. $100., *500., S1.000.. fl.000., S10.000., $25,000.. $50.000,, $100,000., or any multiple of $100,000.  __P,������y_-s_,en4 ol -__i_.-.*.n,0-*_-.  A full half year's Interest at the rate of ~Y.% per annum will be paid May 1st, 1010.  Form of Bond and Delivery  Stibscribero muot indicate on thrlr application the form of bond nnrl the denomlnatlonei required, nnd the securities bo  Indicated will be delivered by the bank upon payment of the subscription In full.  Dearer bonds of thin Issue will be uvnllahle for deliver*' at the time of application to qnbscriben. desirous of inttUng   :���������:--*'-   ���������:���������  ������'.']:..       _''..'Y.' -'-__.I___.i ._!  _.������  __.  ,.....<-',���������._>  -....������*  ...   .....j.   ..._.������....���������������.--������ ..w ....  _r*ai4_.4_.__a4 __.uaa _jj|._-a__>a,   avail  u. u*~JiVa.*ja:_l  lo  -iib������crll__-r8 malilnii payment iu full, an soon au the reaulred reutntnitinii can be made.  Payment of nil instnlments muHt be made at the bank original!;/ named by tlie subscriber.  Non-negotiable receipts will be furnished to all utibncrlhers wlio desire to pay by Instalments. These receipts will be  exchangeable at subscriber's bank for bonda on any instalment date ���������������������������.lien subscription In paid in full.  jj^ormt c������������ J-ionK-MN _I_iiii������_irciiikMU|*j>wiii_>i.>__i  Eiil-I<ct to the poyiwt-t of 2/1 rent* f������r each new bond IsBiird, holders of fully rrfilntered bondi. without rouoons. will  have the right to convert Into bondf. with coupons and holders of bonds with cou ions will have the right to convert Into fully  rri:i������tri������-.l Iwuula. without coupons, at any thin*, on application to the Minister of Finance or uny Aualstant Receiver General.  Forms of npnlicatlnn may lie obi all..-., from any Official Canvnsacr, from any Victory Lo_.u Co__i...!tUc, or member  lUclarui,  0������   llaJI-l  __l!>    l.l-ll.-ll Hi   __..---  a-i   ���������-���������������������������_���������    ���������-   ������������">.11'   J-..I.1..  S-il'Hcrlptio*! ������_iN<M will ������*1<-mii on or before November lilili. 1918  Pli-aw 1_.1_n.1- oj VtUAiiiii,  OlTAWA,  Octol-a-l  --lltll, HUH.  It  ]         -in -     - -���������-  - ��������� -'"  * ' ���������*" "**'" iM-MII���������MMMMHIIII. .1IIIXIII,-,. .������������l������M<il.ll.������������ll������llll������i| .!  Ill  I    I  j | Behi__i.fi iho Gnii iSnc Man   -   iBeM-tad the Mian tli������ liollar j |  jj Make "Youi* l>olIai-H Fig kill: the Hon m3 (j  p -JI  w__M___Mi_w__*-wyiiiW-*i^        r-tt-wW-iun*  fc-l_>--l������-IM>^*^lll_''������lMr������-i������*Mr^^  m~mmmtm*wmm-m-~-m  0m-tmmtii~mm-mvis~-mm  Birth���������On October 28th, to Mr. and  Mrs. S. Fraser, a son.  Pte. G. Holmes, who is just back  from overseas seivice, and who has  been a visitor at the Holmes ranch for  about a week, left on Sunday for the  coast.  Sir. and Ms*a. Spoerisian, who arrived from Alberta the latter part of  the week, have leased the S. Lewis  ranch, and will spend the winter in  the Valley. They have been jruests of  Mr. Cuming thefoast few days/  Murdoch McLeod of Sandon was a  business yisitor here a couple of days  the fore part of the week.  Birth���������On Oct. 31st, to Mr. and  Mrs. W. H. Hilton, a son.  H. Hamilton has just had word  from his son, Pte. D. Hamilton, that  ha espects to be back to Canada  for Christmas with his parents, Mr.  and Mrs. H. Hamilton. He|was severely wounded in the overseas fighting several months ago, but is now in  good shape, apparently, to make the  trip home.  Miss Dalton arrived from Trail the  fore part of the week on a yisit to her  sister, Mrs. Hilton.  We have no influenza cases as reported in last week's Reviev.*, but the  school is closed to be on the safe   side.  Kitchener had a visit from the Dominion fishery inspector the-fore part  of the week.  The Cranbrook Sash & Door Co. are  installing a new boiler   at rtheir   mill  -<:~Je*. }***���������-<". .will help to materially increase their output this winter.  Geo. Johnson of Crest-... was kind  enough lo donate a pig which was  raffled off, the proceeds going toward  the furnishing fund of Kitchener  school. The drawing was made on  Saturday, and the porker was won by  Harry Stewart of town.  Mrs. -li. A. Hunt received the sad  news this week that her mother had  died at the old homeatCarleton Place,  Ontario.  G. A. Hunt was summoned LoCran"  brook on .Monday as a witness in the  {���������as.������ tif Paulson vs. C.P.R. over the  WI0 fin-. Tin* case, however, was ad-  .]������-timed, :���������...<.. h.- ..'Ira..... ._ii,u.* next-  day.  John A. Sullivan r.h:o had tc*. appear  on the same trail, lui! he has not returned as yet. Wi* hear he j_;ot his feet  tangled up Ih" night he went in and  is now ri-st'ing q-iietly until tlu* court  disposes of him.  Wynndel  T. R. Cory ������>f Medicine Hut, Alfco.  was ������i visitos- here this week, and j_.j_-e-  ported to have sold another couple of  ten-acre blocks of his laud here.  Mr. Beggs of Port Arthur, Ont., has  been  here fa al" ia few diiVS    Uuiiijj;    oiuiie  expert iueel*.anical work on the boiler  at. the \Vinlaw  mil).  So far Wynndel has had nothing  that even looks like u ..case of the  Spanish ititluen/.a and Principal Dew-  ev i;- about only teacher in 1he Valley  that has not had orders lo close the  school.  The   Co-Operative has already   load  I'd out one I'jir   of   potatoes   and    will  have at least another to move in uf'.w  days.    Some of the growers ate   shipping  them    in    boxes,    so   scarce   tire  sacks���������and high priced.  M. Wigen was H Im-iiiies*- visitor nt  vi     .    .t.i.i      . r   , i ,     ... ,   i  a ml obtained Jin eirleiiYioii of his exemption until Dec. I*.l in oribr to  wind up .iir.tit - al the mill and b>>x  factory.  Apples .il.' ii'.ia ii.)_; ii, (he ..uli>,..l  lot.*-, too. two of   them    already    p'li-  There is   a  line cl up of I lie III  here,      ill'  t it.tt   . laid .hi.- :.. I au     ...    .ih.ii.t     -_(;.l-l  j l>n\-e-t.  |       't In- linv   l.'irli.if  '���������- *.lill   in o������iet i.faioi  |l.u-'.   iinw  on   sliawl.eiiy   ci.ile.*.   prin  |(ip.:!lv.     .-.i'l:   an    of-'a-.ioiial    call     fo  '..*.>!>.-      ...rx.   ..... .      ..........    ��������� .        ..,,..,.  ..I.... _,.,������. ...lil-iUlli-  www.r������������Wiwiiw������������  r  i  IT  ET l_  i-ii^,;i_^n^-,53a������^x:L'������igy"2,-^ ttM 'CltE'SSON BSTIBW  &  O  II  RE  Issued every Friday at Creston, B.C.  Subscription : JS2 a yeai- in advance }  $2.50 to U.S. points.  O. F. Hayies Sdito'c atid' Own������!**  S-fMm~msj  wai   : errr  money has he;'  CRESTON. B.C., FRIDAY, NOV.   1  b WB9S a B'-d.s-s m.iPmmBMBm'm'30  We are within sight d������ victory,  and now> less than ever, can we  atiord to rest in a false atmosphere  of security.  Now is the moment for a grand  rally' an irresistible push forward  with men and money.  The men are there���������and  How much are you willing to  loan for the defence of your freedom?  .i. How can you*' aritiwer *tM__ -question? Only by imagining for a  moment that yon were about to  lose that freedom j that upon your  willingness to loan depended your  life and the lives of your family.  There could be. but one answer���������  you would give all you posbess.  For four years the Allies have  fought a gallant fight for freedom,  and money has paid for it.    Your  to pay for Canada's share in this wonderful  struggle against the forces of  oppression.-v-. Last year 800,000  people   in   Canada   loaned  their  their  homes and   firesides   against   the  ruthless advance of the enemies of  money to Canada,  to' protect *.���������_!������.-.*-  _._���������_.; _._   Ol V illiGH. uuu.  ���������qn.. Ya ���������. ���������   tTS-j ��������� J���������  o-O-ufcty, uuw, \^a.ii_iiu_>-  says to you, "We are on the thresh-  Sjiways  ������ u __  IICOU   ajllCC-  LIxJ     &L  TV......  j. j-iej-  old of victory; one grand rally an������__  we shall push the madman of Europe buck across his ow-n frontier  and draw the teeth of the gray  wolf of Qerm&nv,  To-day Canada asks hee people  for a great, enthusiastic response to  the Victory Loan of 1918.  Since the 1917 loan was floated  last ^ar-we -have seen the German  hordes advat_.ee through France,  devastating and spreading ruin as  they came. We have seen them  checked. ~.We. have seen them  pushed back, and we know that  money���������and money alone���������has enabled our gallant men to do vsrbat  they have done.    We know that  To-day money - is needed for the  last great stages of this war for  freedom. More than a million  loyal and patriotic Canadians vvill  come forward this year with all  they oan afford.,-.., ,.  And you will be one of these 3  And having loaned your money to  n_-.T_-_.-l-j. -co.- will tell of it to others  -*_TMV _-**-_-������__>%0~-      j ���������-������ - ������������������        ���������  that our 1918 Victory Loan may  be the greatest Canadian success of  this war.  UuCu'Sjr   xxx   VSiSv    a*U  /VtajTO.T--<-_������/"_  our armies, clothed and fed them,  and supplied them with ___a_ns and  ammunition.  In the Boundary country Greenwood '* is the *6nly one where tjaorfc  telephones are now in use than was  the.case at the first of the year.  tinually be fed, clothed and supplied wieh ammunition. The work  of supporting them���������rthe easy part  ���������is ours.    Shall any one of us fail  J_V. __.      Xl-Zr.     rxx-J    <8  t-I It. 1X1     tn.     VISIO    CUU    -  No! A hundred times, No!  And what are we asked to do ?  What is it that Canada asks of us?  Simply to lend to our own country more money that the great  fight may be finished for us, and  that the sacrifices made for us in  four years of war shall not be in  vain. No thinking man or woman  who realizes this can fail to respond  to the limit of his or her ability.  And Canada makes it very easy  for us to do this through the Victory Loan of 1918.  She will pay us interest at oi  per cent, on any amount we lend.  She offers us bonds backed by the  country itself, the highest security  in the world, bonds issued in con-   ,t, j. j . z _.: ,__��������� (fcKA ~\t r\rA  v<_*ru6m. uyriuuuu-n-uiiD ui a*pOv*, -^X-J-Ji  $500 and $1000 repayable in five or  fifteen years as we may desire.  Let us get right down to business  ���������our own business���������and help to  over-subscribe the Victory Loan.  And let n3 do it now.  -S.&0~tiS ____.___-��������� Iv������_7_7_-_r  In Canada, as in aii right-thinking nations, good faith is the foundation of aii our business dealings.  Without a sound basis of credit our  whole financial structure would  crumble and decay.  Credit is the belief of the creditor  in "the borrower's intention and  ability to pay.  You do not hesitate to exchange  four silver quarters for a doliar bill  because you know that that dollar  is na good as guinea f*old.    Yet a  <ii.u<-f  out  -/���������������_. Jl  oi-va r*i     of  __._ .~L.      ���������  i\  1-  II  g.    I  rm   __  1.1  SI  .oi  paper" bearing Canada's statement  that it will pay one hundred cents  for it.  Yon have read thrit ..tatcraent so  often that you have come to accept  it without question.  And Canada lias always made  good it,H promise**, concerning every  "i-jcnip of paper'" it has ever put on  the market.  Canada is now offering to inventor.-. lYomiiiioii oi *>_/<___.._<_./- i������oai.iH |  hearing ititereHt at oh per cent, per  annum. The intercut, is payable  half-yearly, and the bonds are  issued in denominations of $50,  8200, $500 and $1000, .nuking a  most attractive,   and  nm P.. .>..���������_'..  :::  It is Canada's desire that bonds  of the  1018 Victory Loan   be   distributed     as    widely    as     possibl.*  among   private*   individuals.      Tho (  lust. Victory Loan, which  wii.i-j-iiit.-j  !aT"e!"'   ,-)Vf'_*-''!ub:'!f._*ibed    !_.'!/_   rr-or-"* '  ,,..._,..  .y.;-;,���������.;���������.."..'   .,;.:...... _l.(������������������ ���������_,  >/i    i>.*i; i.j ,  .*    . i . ��������� i    . - .-  .���������nm*    <n     i.ii"    ���������*(*ur<*     i/</jmi i i . i'*.m      (M  I  < 'an ad a. j  I*_vi*ry available dollar of private j  <���������ftpit.nl in f'ttii'ida ].: ur{.*/'nti*/ j  i!���������*.������.. 1...I t,*fi MiirpatiM thai. r������*/'.ord. I.uy |  Victory   Hon.In     tJn.y a,r������*   <t,(><.<\  as!  H'i  e  1  ill  El!  II!  Ml  P'rom tho  si,nn._*,<-,in.,  ,-,{���������'   r,.;,.,.-j.-,.,- j  a       . ��������� ��������� ��������� a      . .1  l-.it*   >!'*���������������    ll.li.y    an   ..i.rlj. . .Iii,,   Ui|l.ai I'  I  f_*o-ft :;m** "')__?���������_'_."���������_*"���������.. io*t "f 'lul*" 'Mid  .   ...... i r, .       f*. .     ,1... * , \r;   i    .... t������, . ,i,  I  More than a billion and \w half dollars distributed  iii Canada for exported agricultural produce and  the products of labor in the fiscal year ending  March 31, 1918, has kept Canada busy and  prosperous in spite of the war.  CANADA'S production in such enormous  _r*--B -i o V*a -f���������a-fr-fl __������*������������������������_<  V| tL4d.iJH_.xn_._a-wo  w^G-  ������__*U������  mprl_  JtXXUV.'  m~r 'xx.tr S~i\xjm. m~r ___.a_b.r-  e on sv  lie  money  received through  Canada's Wat  sf\r\ WO,  A 11 * _-v^.     *  t Janada- thus was enabled to  Asr*-x trm, _r% ma _r**S -4"  -P-X-*j___la  /������������������a a b bc��������� ������&:  ������   iii.A*--'!.'"  BBS  XX.J-  '-f-l  a   i  *__.J  heir purchases here by establishing  financial credits for their use in this country.  "ANAuA'S war loans" not only  *^ have sustained Canada's war  effort, but they have kept the wheels  of production turning as they never  turned before.  This is the.* flood of cash which  poured i.i to Canada's farms for their  exports ia the fiscal year 1918, for:���������  Butter    $    2,000,000  Cheese      36,602,000  Eg>>s       2,271,000.  Cfats     37,644000  Wheat  366,341,000  Flour     95,896,000  Meats     76,729,000  Ye^cY.b'c.     19,034,000  Over six hundred and thirty-six  million doiTars for exported farm  products alone!  TtV Tk r<  A ND the workers of Canada also  / *- shared greatly in Canada's export trade.  For their prod nets there  was dis-  !-_*__���������*.**    '-   '    *'A    "^i.wu.-.       rliit* 1 r*i or   _-n_������   ���������xrt^Cif*  III.' 11      V.VI        111        *a^-.������_ I - LLX.I X.  f        UU1   I ������*t^       ~X0.���������.      J   *r~7.0.  0  :.*_....:.:u......* ^:sooqo,ooo  W.c\n\.i     92,083,000  \y!i������V-;       22,776,000  W.^d  I u!;. ;���������;,.!   V;rt>cv       59,599,000  '['!..��������� c \w\yA' sis-iv. were spent in  CaiKuh. \)/ the Allies.  i^anada's own war expenditure ior  the fiscal year 1918 was $342,762,000.  And the bulk of all these expenditures, thc foundation of Canada's  prosperity and war effectiveness, was  made possible only because the subscribers to Canada's war loans furnished the working capital.  lk & rk  jOANADA must keep this great  ^-^ work going���������must produce as  never before; must work, fight, save  and lend as she has never yet done to  bring victory and a lasting peace to  a war-ridden world.  But Canada to-day (thanks to her  great export trade), is in a better position now than ever, to carry on.  The Victory Loan 1918 will keep  Canada busy, will enable her to main-  tc\\r\  hf������r trrf-cit t--vr.r\rt KiiR.ri-^SfQ!   nnd it  ~, xr~       to_   w ��������� j. w '-������-*������         --  will make Canada more efficient than  ever, because her prosperity will not  be diminished and her determination  to work, fight and win will be  stronger th&ii it has ever been before.  Get Ready Now to Buy  Victory  ., :-J 1 y  l\Q.f\ra r$ m*  _  :-y _ r.".r\ l orr������rr������.rt:*r#-  ������ ��������� ���������   -  - t *-.*���������  _UI   a_._o~U,,M:illlkCJll   "-.-Hi   U.V.  atrlkaa._ra_>������   X,.    .   ������____..   oi tlio -Jaoininio-i of C_h_-m1_i.  ?j������ii_i^  wmtgm.mwmEmmMmmitmmmm>immiaixi  isaammwmMif&mxiixxm* ,^m-  fwwr r*---���������^���������^-^--_r^__:^3___^____.  HtM-^pyy- ���������'  ....     ^jv. .������.w.*ai'������l tf WrtWW-'WKwaSf awHtt.   i. -M    jl^lli'^���������f    wl  . :.K'!..,.-.,J>.,..,ii004x.,r...,i*..,.mri   ,....,<.|....|||j|   i   f ..  1.  ���������i  ��������� ���������1.  ;._  !?;  ~  ti  I  ���������������������'' 111  -~���������x~���������~   I'   I'll.llll-ll    iMiM������M������M****������������r������*������������---__-l.*__l|_Mlia^^ PWW   fl-fl_J8S_'_PATtf   m".Vr_R!W  homo nc vnnTENAv?  Bl___.fS._9   UI     ni.l9B1_.l_if.BU  ���������:>- -f.. ������������������ ���������  i -   -.- ���������- . -. - ���������-.  Oi*a._-i{'_.ok Will invest $7(X)0 of the  civic sinking fund h_ this 'y*ffer's':Vic--  tory Loan. ' ._���������'  Kaslo city had a tax sale last month"*  about $1100.  f llllf       nni-f nJ XXxrx   __...__. _,____.,_ 1        _.__-.--.. -.���������  Zi.lt.xi  ��������� xxthuvoxx       traac uiuiJK-ipai     _._.C-iSJJ?.y  rtevelscoke  had a tax sale last month, which brought in, almost $4000 of  arreaps.of, taxes,,f^. _, .  At Trail the smelter people will -arrange to deduct $10 or more per- mon  th as desired from employees who buy  "Victory Bonds on the instlment plan.  .At Vernon F. S. Reynolds, a war  gayener, claims to have grown a- four-  -poujad potato this year.  ���������   Kasio's.best effort on hehaif t cf  the  .     ,   -7T___..     _. . ������������������..������,.._. . ..-,--.    **.���������' .-..-,  Knights of Cohirphus. ovetjse������_.s   soldiers'fund last month was ������1*72. ^' _ ^ , ^.  Commencing November - carpenters  at Trail will get seventy cents ai> hour  and will work but eight hours a  day.  'Cranbrook ladies had a tag day the  latter part..of ,September when $1,7?  ivas'gathered in to buy Christmas  presents for the overseas soldiers.  _____-_���������  NOTICE I������ SOLDIER ON HARVEST HAVE  The. Bridges .Cumber Co., Fort  Steele, has sold oiit'to'E."Burt," V" recent- ariival froin New" 'Bzunswick,  whofhas, a crew of twenty men operating the milV  , _ A' ea'r.of apples pontaining 98? bores  was-r a^ecently; 8_}-ppe_L;:-f_.om -Kaslo.  This^ is said Ijjj be th^ heaviest loaded  car oi tihis fruit that' ever went into  Calgary; Alta.   '  1   The ladies conducted a round-up  fn  Vernon iast week and gathered in over $700 cash wh-f^ewi th to' buy 'Christmas' presents forvihe. overseas soldiers ���������  frqm bhafe town. Y V -'.,..  Kaslo ladies have just finished preserving almost 600 quarts of fruit for  the soldiers at the Balfour sanitarium.  The old reliable  much in evidence,  rx  ��������� L.A  ���������r%  8  NOTARY PUBUG   <:.������������������-  INSURANCE   -    REAL ESTATE  OEAL.ER IN GOAL.  Am.&s~~>mr4~\������si  3 C  WATER NOTICE  DIVERSION AND USE  i:\ '��������� r -' ���������-*���������"'. tl. _.'  "--^ '.t'  ��������� - r.   i. __     ..-   . .     _.i.i____-.U-i ,��������� im *-      *���������   *~-  WATERMOTSOS  DIVERSION AND USE  x~x7xSr.  *pp������=-  WE  in iiie  Attention is directed to a recent announcement published  Press by  the  Solitary  Service Branch, Department  Justice. regalSina extensions to be granted to men  EXE-MPTiS-D AS; FARMERS.  It is pointed dut that this BOSS NOT IN ANY WAY  AFFECT MEN WHO HAVE BEEN ORDERED BY THE  TS'S'/lTSftSAT?   **������V-*>- *-*���������*.'XltJxXOftK\4-f7. -xT\txns\4-    x^at+~\\if\n<.    find.  REGISTis������.iv  ~.-a  oi  -������*���������*  absence  is-OSs  UIC  ���������m.mz%zj-~-.J.  xvxxis-ixi _y  have thereafter received leave  Authorities. ^  Once a man has beeri. ordered to report for duty by the  Registrar Ke leaVe_J' tps' Susfedictaoia of the Registrar and comes  under that of the De^art-S-fe-SE ������f Militia and Defence, and is. to  be considered as a soidk-r.   This applies to men of the 20 to 2 2  , Class ^?ho have been ordered to report by the Registrar in  I virtue of the cancellation of exemptions by Order-in-Council of .  ' the 20th April last, as well as to .those ordered to report in the  usual way on refusal of claim for exemption, or on expiration  of exemption granted. i .     ���������-  All men, accordingly, who have bieen ordered to report,-and  are therefore SOLDIERS, and who have subsequently been  granted harvest leave bv the military authorities, MUST.  NOTWITHSTANDING^ THE NOTICE ABOVE REFERRED TO, REPORT ON THE EXPIRATION OF  THAT i-EAVE. unless thev are notified to the contrary by  their Commanding Officer cr by general notice published by  the Department of Militia and Defence.  DEPARTMENT OF -V-ILITIA AND DEFENCE.  Cranbrook is getting in better humor for church union. Rev. Hillas  Wright has moved to X*i:~,ad Forks to  take' char's._. of the Preshvt-'riah  church in that town.  For four months this summer Revelstoke ladies sold S777 worth of flowers at the trains, and the money has  all been turned over to the Red Cross  society in that city:''  The. King Edward,' Miss Cherringr:  ton's private school at Cranbrook, is-  closing at the end cf the year, that  lady having accepted a position as  teacher in a girls' school   at   Toronto.  Take notice that John Wigen,whose  address is Wynndel, B_.C_, will apply  for a license to take and use two.-mi_.i--i  er's inches of water out of Elsie Homes  Greek, also known as Wisconsin  -Creek, which flows south-easterly and  drains into Duck Creek, about five  hundred yards -above'- month. - The  water will be'diverted from the stream-  at a point about _JO feet/below mouth  of Elsie Homes lower, tunnel, and will-  be used for domestic and irrigation  purposes upon the land described as  Sub-Division of JLot 191, Lot 3, Map  1335.  This notice was posted on the  gi-btsnd bin" the ll'thr?~\~& of' 06ft_'oeV",  j.818- -___. c-Qsyy of this notice and. __*!.  application *pursnant thereto, and iii  the "Water Act, 1914," will be filed ia  the office of the Water Recorder at  Nelson, B.C. M":  Objections to the application maybe  filed with the said Water Recorder Oi-  with the ^Comptroller of Water  Rights, Farliai-iienfc' 'Buildiugs, "Victoria,. B.C., withini.thirty days after  the; first appearance of this notice in a  local newspaper.  JOHN WIGEN, Applicant.  Take notice that John Jtjatbie, whose  address is Wynndel, B.C., wiii apply  for a. .license-to take and' use. ty?.o.min-.  er's inche������ of water out of Elsie  Homes Creek, "also known as WiseOn-"'  sin Creek,..which flows south-easterly  and drains "into* Duck Creek, about  uYetiiindrecl yards above month. 'The  Water will be diverted from t_he  stream at a point aDont 800 feet above  mouth of Elsie Homes lower tunnel  mouth in 'an easterly dirScfciorii'-and  will- be used-for domestic and irrigation  purposes upon the land described as  oub-iiivision of _L_ot 101, Lot 2, Map  ���������J 4X4X40 .       .   ���������    - -.-.- '  ( ju5ou.  This notice was posted on - the  ground on the 11th day of October,  lSj-8.   A copy of this notice and ah  aranlijaat.irirj    r������nT������n������T>t*   thereto ��������� *-"T>d    ������^0  thie "Water Xct. 1914," will be filed in  ;   *__rt__;    a>i    uue    mou    (JUUUUttuUU  this notice is October 18, 1918.  Nelson, B.C.     ^ .      *  Objections to the application may  be filed with the 6aid Water Recorder  or with the Comptroller- Of Water  Rights Parliament Buildings, Victoria. B.C., within thirty^da^s a^er  the first appearance of this notice, ih a  local newspaper.  JOHN BATHIE, Applicant.  The date of the first publication of  this notices*is October 18.1918, ���������-.-  ass  V^PV  C*T������T7*/-1T AT    \TAT TTT7C-   TXT  V J_.Xvi.-.Ox xu^xjx.J^x.x-1 v��������� t j:*xs~i v-i jj-ixj \jx.*..-  The Kootenian is warning its read  ers to be ready for an onslaught from,  the knockers' brigade. One of. the  village blacksmith shops has just been  robbed of considerable of its heavy ar-  tiiery.  At Vernon the light fingered gentry  are extending operations, to. amusement halls. Otie night last week the  patrons of a fashionable dance found  their boots and oveacoats missing at  going home time.  A.- B, Fleener lost a valuable milch  cow at Kaslo last week. The critter  wandered into neighbor's orchard and  in its haste to make a square meal on  some apples accidentally choked to  death on an oversized Gravenstein.  . At Trail last, week .'a. skunk fattened up on 38 birds in the hennery of  Chas. Clay���������the oderiferous quadruped not only getting away with the  poultry but also a.tmp that had been  set to catch it. The hext night a 'similar visitor polishpn ott eighteen nrort*  birds, putting Mr. OJtay completely  out of business.  WATER NOTICE  -  DJ-VTEifciSION AND USE.  1 -__.  *-.*__������  ���������af* f-a _a_ -������xGs.  ���������__.ft__.-aWA  V.  ������_a *^*ar  ~4~i. y  e__f  tjieat  in the  Hous������?  -  We are offering ah old  purchase of English  goods  of  the  above   at  IaOQQ     -fl-nn* r>     f*.<>  sale prices  rloir'c;   *f-irV������ r\l A.  VJL_J_ ������     a>      ��������� a X*xJJ.xr  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 'knowu -as Wisconsin  Creek, -which flows south-easterly,  and drains into Duck Creek about five  hundred yards above mouth. The  water will be diverted from the stream  at a point about 800 feet aboye mouth  of Elsie Homes lower tunnel mouth in  an easterly direction, and will be used  for domestic irrigation^ purpose upon  the land described as aub-uiyision of  Lot 191, Lot 1, Map 1335.  This notice was posted on the  grouud on the 11th day of October,  1918. A copy of this notice and an  application pursuant thereto and to  the "Water Act, 1914." will be filed in  the office of the Water Recorder at  Nelson, B.C-  Objections to the5application maybe  filed with the said Water Recorder or  wjth the Comptroller of Wate*  Rights, Parliament Buildings, via-  toria, B.C., within thirty days after  the ili-sii appearance of this notice in a  local newsnaner. ,  Ui. CI EAKTN. Apr.li-.--nt..  The date of the first publication  of  this notice is October 18, 1918.  xH bFNQP-iS  OF  a  A s_ir_  _-_HIVU  iirsf  Hit I  n airti  HIVI CIV  _*���������_������������������ tmtLtmf  v m era i  Prices range from 23c* to  30c. per yard  We are agents for Jaeger  all-wool goods.  This is" the* Srst question that present's itself  to .the housewife if .-.an  .unexpected visitor drops  in for a meal. But why "  worry?  Shamrock Btgs?,~1  Hams and Bacon  Finest  Qualify  ~T   m-rm.mm-,~*9A0r0\dS?~J      __UT_#*K ~?m*i.  A4m~*%~*'������~0*lsr-.%~'^m%       A  ������_������������������_���������������������.  Lunch Meat  Bolo<"Ti���������2~ _-f-_-?,Y  are always to be had  here. In meats nothing  quite; equals 'ahamrock'.  products.  & irsasg"  ��������� -������������������  WW 11  8 A J  ���������     BH-i  ft.SU.  ercanfileGd.  ���������   t_t-i-->l-'i  !_.. IVI ���������   ������   >  KB70am000m00lld  Transfer, Livery and Feed Stables  Sleighs and Cutters.      'learn Sleighs  Single and Double Harness and Supplies  Several   Sets   of Second-Mniid   Harness  Coal  and   Wood   For Sale.  .pre-emp-ion now cunilncu io auvv~y~ix  lands only.  Records will be granted covering only  land suitable for agricultural purposes  and which Is non-timber land.  Partnership pre-emptions abolished,  but parties of not more than four may  arrange for adjacent pre-emptions, with  joint residence, but each malting necessary improvements on respective claims.  lJre-emptors must occupy claims for  five years and- make Improvements to  value of ?10 per acre, including clearing  and cultivation of at least 5 acres, before receiving Crown Grant.  "Where !_rt_-e_ni-tor in occupation not  less than 3 years, and has made proportionate improvements, he may, because  of ill-health or other cause, be granted  intermediate certificate of improvement  and transfer his claim.  Records without permanent residence  may be issued provided applicant makes  tmproverwents to extent of $300 per annum and records aaniu eucli y<_*f_i\ _3"a__-  uro to make Improvements or record  same will operate as forfeiture. Tltlo  'cannot be obtained on thoso claims In  less than 5 ycars, with Improvements of  $10 per aero, Including 5 acroB cleared  and cultivated, and residence of at  least 2 years. _  Pro-omptor holding Crown Grant may  record  another pre-emption,   If ho ro-  ?iulres land In conjunction with hla  arm, without actual occupation, pro-.  vided statutory improvomonta made and  residence maintained on Crown gran*'*-''*  Uiisurveyccl areas, not exceeding 20  acres, may bo loaned an homosltos;  tltlo to bo obtained after fulfilling residential and Improvement conditions.  For grazing and Industrial purposos,  nv.*n������. c-xpoedlng (140 acres may no leased  by on., person or company.  PRE-EMPTORS' FREE GRANTS ACT.  Tho scope of this Act lu enlarged to  Ir.cludo all persons Joining and serving  with Ills Majesty's Forces. Tho time  within which tho heir:) or devh-oen of n  deceased pro-omptor may apply for  tltlo under this Act In extended from  one year from tho death of such person,'  rifi formerly, until ono year after the  conclusion of tho prosont wnr. Thi-.  prlvU'-ir'* "'- '������'������������������"' made retroactive  TOWMSi fE PROPERTY ALLOTMENT  ACT.  Provision Is* made for tho gran, to  persons holding uncompleted Aicroo-  inui-tf- to l'ui-chaiit- from tho Crown of  Buch proportion of the land, If divisible,  ao the payments already nmiln will  cover In proportion to tho sale prlco of  Hit) whole puicol. Two <������������������- more pui'ooiiu  holding HU.-h Agroou-untii may group  their interentH and apply for a proportionate allotment jointly, if It is not  considered advisable to divide the land  covi-i-xl by an .-i>i*lU..'.l.lou li>.- .1 i.iupui-  .. r . .. . .    ..\\r a .....*>��������� (    ...^   ..Un-aa>..r*i*    nf   liM-..  of equal value noltx-Unl Irom availaltlt-  Crowii lands hi (he locality mity ho  uniuu, TlHii,- aPotinctit:; :*.rc conditional  upon payment' of all taxes duo -tho  Crown or to any municipality. Tho  rights of persons to whom tin* pur-'  cluuicr from the Crown has ugree-l to  noil lire i.liio protected. Tho (l.-clilun of  the Mlnliita'i- of Lands In r������_:ip������:ot to tho  -     " '.rtlonnlc allotifient  ni'tlclnic appllca-  ....;..     '...     l_.aalaa.a_.     ll.  lllil.    Any appllca-  <l:������te   v.'lll    not   tifi  v������rvt  Oanyon Oily  __'  Lumoer  LSM.TED  _Jr__   liDIIEpBEl^  msmm  Tr  I  rTAMA'MAM O/VKTIj/'  OF COMMERCE  rrX^rAtic-rX  SIR EDMUND WALKER.  !      C.V.O.. LLD., D.C.L., Prcsid_tni  /@?������hv  i~^isi\  SIR JC-KN AIRD. G������*nrr..l Manner  H V. F. JOM-ES. A_-/t Cx-n'l. Marker  Capital^aid-Jp..$15,000,000 11  KtseKVt: Fund. . Sl3,ayo.t.\:j  ~~ C7  -f~H0-~>H������St-t     iiJ0m\~*  ~x>.f.S   .  tim**        A*X'#h...  ^^AmmJ   ,*,.#*.... ^Vh/'IibJi j_^','_w4_i_i--*l~  v���������      **|���������|1W������-*      mtrn*  ���������sm-i      Stf-i      tmJ       -mm.    ~x~w  'sit a     *"      -  alii .1.1.  :���������_. Vc  s%j0H't-,0~������m%0ag  for  jidlii.'.liiv.'.jil. a>f ._ y.  Is llnal.    Tho time  (ion   mi-   _ii.*''i>   .lU.'ii.  tho 1st day of May.  .Urn   mad.',   art it   thi:  ('(.lll.l.l.'l <*.!. Ilia....    ....... ....  ...-.    .4|.|...*.      ..'  town  lots  and  IiiimIm  of  the Crown   io!������l  lit    .luliltc   unit.nil.  k-'iir  Infoi iniitKin  n|>|..y   1"  .>���������������>    i i.nm-  ���������,-lul   l-Ov'tjinnu-ut   Ai,a:.iL   i.r   1..  <1.  It.   NAIU-N.  Dcimty _aliiiii.i<r 1.1   I..I..U i,  Yh-torla.   It   i.  .���������-���������'*__"������--.* _.������.,_*>f  Consult ihe Manager regarding o.?rrc  ***-*. 11 '���������"' ������-**���������* *-������.t>. c        l.^vr**r\������r      *iri/1  ^a__'-.**������.-rx-, HV/ A  ������w������_| __X_>iJ I   l-_' Ui   lU  ���������   ' I  tiie oilier l-a^Uities ollered  Dy this Bank.  U  fr  r*   "oi7,*vnsTi?*i**i*  \ i  :������_  1������.  L':l  '&���������:'��������� i  I VI  'SSSSfaW* nv^frf 07mxn* ���������)'-'.!'-���������.���������_' 0i*ir0m0imm0imm0~stti&KSmm0SmVS  m THE CBEST0K SSVIS"??  Local and Personal  Mrs. Bennett is a visitor at Cran  brook this week. She left on Wednesday.  Bargains in Pigs���������Two for $5-,  while they last.���������Hilton, Attwood  ranch, Creston.  Pound���������Gent's watch. Owner can  have same on proving property and  pay expenses.   Call at Review Office.  Miss Mavis Kane, teacher in -Division III. of the local school, is spending the enforced vacation at her home  in Kaslo.  IV*? _������-!Rl  T .     ftrva'4-Va   rxf   M" a jaVa __al   ao   a   fiT.flaS.I.T\  _._a.Aa_'_.   0-r.    r-._ra.aa    xrx    x,0xxr..x,r   ������_#   __    __<_. -.*_���������_>_._-.  yisitor this week, the guest of her  brother, Vice-Principal Smith of the  local schoal.  Sheriff J. H. Doyle of Nelson was  here looking after a little official business the fo*ie part of the week, returning on Tuesday.  Mrs. Gibson has moved from the  Muir residence on the Park Road, and  is now occupying the Cartwright  house on Victoria Ave.  Engineer Lawley and his crew are  still busy on the Arrow Creek irrigation survey, but it is expected this  part of the work will be complete  this  Don't waste your cull apples. I will  pay $15 a ton for them. Jas. Compton, Creston.  Soldiers on harvest leave will find  an important announcement affecting  them on page 3.       .      ,  Lost���������Collie dog, answering to the  na___.e'Prfc_ce. Reward to "party  noti-  fwr.Txr.     A1r.0r        T_* ix.ix Vxrx. SS        rx~        --"O -_7 Va OVr___.  a a nig   .^.LTrJX.      xxxixtxxrxrxxx      tjx      aai/o ,...x.xx-  abouts,  Feed Potatoes���������Will buy any  quantity of feed potatoes. Sate price  and quantity you have to sell. Notify  Rfview OfSce.  Miss Gladys Clyde, who is in charge  of the school at Yahk.   was  a   week-  T        'a-l.. 1 -.  ___*���������     __Ul_A_Ja-.cJva_.a-A_,.  eiiu yiSiLiOi' wi.u .uxiSS  returning on Sunday.  There will be no Sunday school or  Sunday services of any kind through  out the Valley until further notice, by  order of the medical health officer.  " Pte- J. W, Dow,  after   spending a-  bout ten days here with   friends,   left  on Saturday for Vancouver, where he  will probably obtain his discharge.  Dentistry���������Dr. W. H. Pickering  of Grand B'orks will visit Creston for a  week, commencing about Nov. 15th,  for the practice of dentistry in ail its  branches.  The first heated cars to leave Creston went east on Tuesday. These were  three cars of potatoes from the Union,  with Prank Lewis in charge to keep  the stoyes going.  Mr. and Mrs. J. C. McMahon of  Port Arthur, Ont., arriyed the latter  part of the week, on a yisit to their  daughter,   Mrs.   S.    A.    Speers,   and  a-a-JAAa^A.   a_/A _ro*_-Jll   A_/������_.__l_ab. **  Miss Laura Fdmondson,- who is  teaching at the coast, arrived home on  Saturdao, the schools in that part of  B.C. all being closed temporarily  due*s>o the flu epidemic.  The drawing for the lot which the  Red Cross* has had oe raffle for the  past two months takes place on Saturday night at the drugstore. "Well over 200 tickets have already been   sold.  With the trains running on before-  ilaylight-saving schedule   Postmaster  J--M.1 L. -.a... l--i-.- -I   a.1 _-.-..._   l. _. -j.  -jiuju.-. nan c9u<i.UA-_>i__-U _���������_!_* isoO'l iiSi-i" __._.  the postofflce from 12 till I p. m. The  C.P.R. depot is also taking this for  noon hour too.  Rev. Mr. McMcCord and family are  taking possession of the manse this  week, their car of household effects  arrivrip- from Winnipeg   on   Monday.  Matt. Moores was a Nelson visitor  the latter part of the week, for the  sitting of the military exemption tribunal, and has had his exemption extended until March.  Owing to the Spanish influenza regulations forbidding public gatherings  of any sort the November meeting of  the Women's Institute, due on Friday  next, will be cancelled.  Wanted���������First-class, gentle, milk  cow, either just fresh or to freshen  soon. State price. Also amount of  milk and butter to be expected.���������Carl.  Wigen, Wynndel, B.C.  Miss Alice Embree. who has been a  patient at Cranbrook hospital for the  past three weeks, undergoing an ap-  pendicitus operation,retu rned on Tuesday, and is making a splendid recovery.  F. H. Price is getting camp outfit  together and rounding up a few men  to work with him on a tie contract he  has taken with the C.P.R. He will  take out* about 5000 of them in some  timber near Sirdar.  District Engineer Ramsay and Road  Supt, Moore are expected in any day  now to inyestigate road matters at.  Alice Siding in connection with improving the highway by which hay is  hauled up from the fiats.  This week's export trade iridiudex a  car of scrap it*oh which T." M. Edmondson loaded out to Calgary, Alta.,  firm. Much of it was salvage from the  old K.V. bridges and right-of-way,  which he purchased this spring.  Residents who have benioaned the  fact that there is no bakery in town  can now have their needs in the bread  line supplied at the White Lunch on  Fourth Street, where the Ghequette  bread of Nelson is now being retailed.  Sunday the C.P.R. went back to  the old system of time, and the east  bound now arrives here at 1.25 and  the westbound 4.07 p. m. town time.  The daylight saving scheme was also  dropped all oyer Canada the same  time.  The ban on gatherings of any kind  which medical health officer, Dr.  Henderson, put into effect on Monday,  three suits of pyjamas and   156  handkerchiefs.  If there is anything to the old saying  about opposition being the life of trade  sanche'rs and others _u*e likely to have  rio trouble getting a supply of flour  and mill feedis'this season. T. M. Ed-  "mbhd-idrris bafek" in' business again,  with his first car in last' Friday. "Re  is selling at a 5 per cent, advance on  invoice, deliyery to be taken direct  from car.  Urgent���������While the - possibility of  an outbreak of Spanish influenza prevails   the    general    public���������old   and  irisai mWar ������f-������*������&������.���������  *'I tell you, Pat, ^hat get's my goat,  here we were begging for feed like a  penitent sinner for mercy and then  -we could not get it, wfaen like a bolt  trorii'the blue Edmondson's car of fine  feed arriyed. ,"  "I needed the-^feed; and expected to  "have to pay through the nose for it. I  went   up-, to   Edmo__4spn. and..says  ���������������������������Wrjajat; ^���������ag-'TTrtVlt.   ghOftS    WOI'th'?'       SlU-VR  he, '$2 per cwP " Says I, 'That is ������5  per ton less than I have been paying,  and I ani .getting.a better article.'  Belieye me I am going to order my  feed and fiour from EduiC-r-dsoi. on  the order card that I got at the  office." T.M.E.  young���������--ire especially  requested not  tr. 4.,-.-r.r4T.acr.\_t-c. ..-��������������������� l/ait^Ta around the*oost-  office.' If you have business to transact there do not hang around and  help make up a crowd even of half a  dozen. Do not go for the mail until  ample time has elapsed for it to be 8,11  sorted.  ESTRAY  necessitated the postponement of the  Tuesday afternonn Red Cross work  sessions which were due to resume this  .xr-afilr  Moistem mooiey cow, _s years oiu,  blackhead and body, white leg[8, and  switch, under belly.. _ Calf at foot or  about to calve. Anyone giving information leading to recoyery will be rewarded. GUY CONSTABLE, Creston.  nv  ci/oot-- __'  The Spanish influenza has put the  kibosh on a Victory Loan rally which  had l.een arranged for to-night, when  Mr. Sterling, one of. the provincial  organizers of the loan campaign, was  due to speak in Creston.  Our stocks of uuderwear  for men, women and children  is most complete. It comprises all the most reliable avid  uoleworiil'iy iViak-_s, n. single  garments and combinations,  in all wanted wei/_*;litK.  Von will find here a better  showing to choose from than  elsewhere, and at price., that  will instantly appeal to  thrifty l.uyors. Wo specially  mention ���������  Watson's  m       J mx-m.    ~mM   -mm, m+m* * "%��������� 0K -***.   *_������  Children and  Lji._i.rn' linf.s, in  pure woo) and mixture cotton  Hll-l   won  \.  s  Underwear  Tin* well-known HewHon  mi'i.I.'* in ''II th'* different, si'/***.  and weigh.....  Men's Trousers  ff.-;i./vr    I.aiinockViiirii     t.weed  r   r, ..In        I, i , I, ,.i, I. ff.f.l .     \fl\4\l\     ll'l'dl''  ���������*rfi,   at.  ���������}fW. ���������"���������'������   wlniii  .in'y  hint.  Sj   k  tra una I  -_������      t . i Ini I  ���������ail O-JICI  V"_T -^"**-._***������-���������* rr-*~ tb-v I. 7"       "W     __^V    t%,    TV T       "fl _rfc'*'__ O  . luiuni  ju������_j_fkN 1918  s have been deputed to make the rounds of the Valley ..>n behalf of the Victory Loan. A  year ago the Valley came across with  oyer $40,000 for this purpose and this  year at least a 25 per cent, increase is  asked for,  Fr-Eis'TY of Shorts���������I expect to get  ten tons of shorts in my tiexi car and  wouid adyise you to get in your order.  It is possible that I have not youi*  name on my list. If you have not an  order card please ask for it.���������T. M.  Edmondson.  Premier Oliver "took the air" at  Cieston on Monday, on his way from  Nelson to Fernie, spending the ten-  minute train stop -viewing the flats  and contemplating what their reclamation would mean toward increased  agricultural production.  Creston's stock of Red Cross supplies was considerably augmented the  latter part of the week when the  workers at Wardner sent along a  package in which were 10 pairs of  socks, 14 suits pyjamas, 0 pillow cases,  12 binders and 12 T bandage**.  W. B. Muir got back on Friday  from Nelson, where he had been at the  sale of lands for taxes the day previous. Some choice parcels in the  Creston section were quickly bid in,  while others were not offered, the taxes having been preyiously p_.iu.  Provincial police Vaehon hud a trip  to Nelson on Saturday with an alleged Russian he had apprehended here  who had no registration papers of any  kind to show. He drew down a 30-  day term for his carelessness in this  respect, which he will spend in Nelson  jail.  Wm. Davie, who hails from the  province of Quebec, is Creston's newest citizen. He arrived on Friday and  has bought a'half-acre lot from Sam  Hattleld near the Cook ranch, on.  which he is preparing to erect si house  and make Creston his permanent  home.  Although no genuine cases of the  Spanish influenza are yet reported in  Creston, the medical health offlcer took  wise precautionrry incut-iirc when he  ordered tho town schools closed on  Monday. Wynndel ;s*ul Sirdar Meats of  learning are the only ones operating  in the Valley.  .1. D. Spiers wns home for thi. w.-ck  end from Yahlc, where ho is working  with a C.P.R. party that, is surveying tho lands in thai secLion, tho railway company having decided, it is  ..tatcd, to put in a- sawmill at that  point to cut the timber fir miles on all  mi.-....-, of i lint town.  It is the duty of every citizen to purchase  Victory Bonds, and this Bank is prepared  to assist wage earners by making foans for  this purpose on the most favorable terms.  Wherever possible, the bonds will be held  for safe-keeping, on behalf of small subscribers,   for one  year,  without   charge.  THE CANADIAN BANK  OF COMMERCE  Smelter Investigation  Notice of Postponement  t*\4.\i-*4T  \0rlAJlllg  to  m~r f** mm* *������������#>������������������  the prevalence of  Influenza, and to the regulations of the  Provincial Hoard of Health in force in  Nelson, sessions proposed to be held b$ the  Committee in JN elson, on October 31st, are  postponed until further notice.  JAMES ANDERSON,  Secretary.  Kaslo, B.C.,  October 24, 1918.  ���������lust as we #0 to press this (Tlnus-  d.i-y) afU'j'iM.oh \.\nd come:; of the  death, at. Regiua, Hask., of '_���������".. .T. Keddell, No fin thci* paiiicnlaiH an* avail-  .-.>..!. Up till two yea*'*-, ago he was a  fiitn'her licie, sin.v when he' has hud a  .'duple nl' military position*., going to  l-e|_;ina early thin suinnu'r.  .1. V. Orr of Vitlnra, Hasl.., Ii.ih . 11k-  en a .i*a������.a* nl lln* t_l.i������r.������ imxt Hie post,  oi-li'ia and will op-.'ii out .1 waleh, rloek  and jewelery repairing ImsinesK as  s.inii MM liia equipment arrlveH. .Mr.  Orr i'i 1111 experienced watchmaker  ahil will prove a welcome addition lo  -Yeelori'N lair-tini'MM circle.  In this always-popular design we are m1 10wing 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 aro in evidence in thi.s  department in many lines, noUibiy���������  Tea Pots in different varieties  Mixing and Pudding Bowls  Tumblers.    Lemon Reamers  Vinqgar Bottles.    Bean Pots  Clothes' Sprinklere.    Egg Cups  \.4rrl0-   f.~0fi   p4r.0x0.fx-x.    QIJrtA.'.ftwim  ���������-���������������������������--    - - - ��������� *_������������������������������������     ��������� ��������� ��������� '   Cups and Saucers  The long evenings are now with uh.    We call special  attention to our stock of GLASS LAMPS.  f.ocil   !{.ed (Yn-i:  tinned in  work ei.'  ��������� 1 .... , ,  i  * 'a I      a     .   . a 1 . . '   a <a    | . > J .1 I | ,i I,-.      . a I in       ������.       I.i  l|i   it  .  cay llii*. .������. ce|_, tine former    from    Me..-  ('Mine'.   < 'ii.. . Ii',������ .-.il,   !���������'.   K.   Smith    mik)  Mi'H.   i-Yaclick,   and   the   trench   cap |  .iii...   from   ihe   lutu-r.    The   Canyon |  -���������S-QC'W^flr-X  W-mmm-JW,  io, j_yrti_y_oi  *%)^'r-l-mlm...ltir-f''} .,  ti ~z\  m  aC  W~15N._.  HEgsme growers  GENERAL METfCTIANrs  | \Jm\>$       A-UMItl  mmi'm _*iri#ii.ti)ii>wM*������*������<w'<������������i  MSS_ff_S___S5_9K"*^^


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