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 Froyirtcial library jan 19  /   '  O  MMlMWI  Vol.'X  GBESTON, B.C., FRIDAY-JANUARY 24, 1919  No. 50  E  *S. A. SPEERS  Members of Creston Board of Trade���������  Gentlemen :  The year just closed bas marked  such an advance in the Board's activities, as well as in the all-round commercial devoiopment of the Vaiiey,  that one is at a loss to know just  where to begin a presidential address,  but following the custom of previous  yaars I will briefly detail some of the  more prominent feature&iof the year's  export trade in the lines the Valley  has now attained some considerable  prominence for producing.  So near as we can get at the figures,  and be it said considerable care has  been taken to see that these are correct and conservatively stated, the  points in the Cretsori Valley���������from  Sirdar to Canyon City���������-��������� have enjoyed  a total trade with centres outside the  Valley of slightly oyer $400,000.00���������an  increaese in total trade of* some $65,-  000 as compared with 1917, which was,  as stated a year ago, the Valley's banner year in the matter of exports in  lumber, posts and poles more especially. In fact,, had the business in  these timber commodities in 1018 been  on a par with the 1917 showing, we  would have almost touched a total  trade of half a million dollars.  This year the value of our fruit and  vegetables trade has more than dotsb  led that of 1917, or any other   season.  a great pleasure for me to tell you  that the 1918 attendance of members  at the regular siuettings was zan best  and most enthusiastic achieved. The  average turnout at eleven meetings  was thirteen members. We now have  a membership of 23, five new ones  joining'up in the past year.  T������V . ��������� ���������- __       ,   -       A- tr.   ���������         .��������� --    .   ������������������__ jm.m.. ���������a.        1_>^���������,<���������. TTt4~-      ������Th ���������������)> IM V������ if ^ A  SJiil'lllg,   l/Iie  OUUIUICl'i O, Aiuaou XTixixxxi*  entative had opportunity of showing  Hon. Mr. Barrow, minister of agriculture, over the Kootenay Flats, and  discussing in detail with him the Reclamation problem, $nd it is satisfactory to know that Mr. Barrow is the  most enthusiastic reclamationist in  local government. The Board also appreciates a visit from Hon. John Keen.  M.P.P,. early in the year, when  matters, were discussed with him that  needed attention at Victoria. Through  out the year, it must be said, that Mr.  Keen was equally active in attending  to any and all matters referred to him.  The same commendation is due K. F.  Green, the Federal nieniber.  Might I also call attention to the  splendid response the Valley has this  year made in all patriotic effort. The  Y.' M. C; A. drive for funds in May  was over-subscribed in the Valley a.  couple of hundred dollars, and the  same hearty welcome awaited the  Knights of Columbus drive for a similar work, . Red Cross effort in 1918  was much in advance of the preceding  year, and in the last Victory Loan  campaign the Vaiiey went oyer the  top to the extent of $8000 in excess of  the amount asked���������and at a time  when the flu trouble njade a canvass  i of the Valley pretty much out of   the  agEagMa.aau  ��������� ���������a  IvW  ��������� ���������a Mar..aaan  \  bees on exhibit. The money was turned over immediately after the fair.  The sawmill is running again with  a full crew of men and turning out  lumber well over 40,000 feet, a day.  Unless sleighing is ayaiiabie to get  logo in the stock on hand at present  wiii not last long.  Albert Wesling is reported to have  just purchased the 10-acre ranch belonging to A. Bergen, while another  brother, who has been here from Alberta, has secured the 14 acres near  the Browell corner.  rqL-4-^  ~-S.rS.as. A������y<t.  m -     _/8  wmrw  ONE NIGHT ONLY  5S������ Sfi s b _a> saa a  -m mS~-x-m.       ~~-S0~9Smm.mm  The biggest night's fun  Creston    people    will  have this season.  Next week's paper wiii tell  you about this real treat for  the old folks, the children and  the rest of us.  As compared, with. 1917   these   figures  show increased' nroduction   ������n   evprv i ���������  ��������� .      xxrxr     ���������x~0xrx7        f xx-.��������� .. ~ ~xxr ���������..      .... ~.   ~.j     j   fYlipUTlQY]  'line of product of Held orchard.    Even j * r '   -,    ."      .������  Strawberries, which were expected, to I    **R c*OSIR������ l- "������������  make a lifter showing, Are. .600 crates I part to entirely overlook some   ment-  in excess of the year previous.    Rasp-      -.     \rS   ~.c .ramlac   #"w������-k    ml/  A...    7r.74x4...0X    XV     1IUUIU     <V.v-  .0 xr....x>xr     x-���������      ---0f  a n  OB    B  m m  Hector Stewart returned on Tuesday from Nelson, where he has been  visiting for a few days,  Morgan Pease and "Walter Carr left  last week for Trail where they both  had jobs in sight, and expect to remain fop a couple of "months.  Jack Smith, who has been at the  coast for a couple of weeks getting  some alterasions made in his artific-  ial.leg, returned the latter part of the   V.  ween.  igif-igfifr siiinigi  The trustees would be very greatly  obliged if the fellow who carried off  the school axe duiing the flu and  Christmas holiday season would return the same. This is the second axe  to disappear since early fall.  Mrs. G, Seaver left  last   week   for  Vancouyer, where she expects   to   i-e-  eeks.  Y***-*       ~r^0-txsnt-'mrs.vy--\*r-    1 **������{���������    *-.*-������  *-9 -mt--m    -_**������*___ K/V^ll    **. _ t/  ������-r__  ���������LJCtrVUI  ���������s.-M-.J  . ion of the satisfaction all felt in   Nov  ember when word came the hostilities  had ceased, and   a victory  that   the  -Allies may w,ell  be proud of has been  finally s^citred.    While t-he triumph is  complete it has net been attained   exr>  cept at a tremendous cost in blood and  treasure, and in "both these  sacrifices  Creston Valley   has  not   been   back-,  ward in doing   her  full   duty.    From  figures complied by the   Secretary   it  would show that almost 125 men from  here have served in various ways   overseas, and of these almost two dozen  now sleep their last sleep beneath' the  blood red sod of France and Flanders.  To those who '*Long for the clasp of a  vanished hand, or the sound of a voice  that is stilled" a sympathy that   mere  words cannot express is  extended.    If  it is not out of place I  would   suggest  that the matter of suitable   memorial  to perpetuate the   good   work   of   all  who served in such a righteous   cause  should engage the attention of our citizens, and with its well-known energy  it might be well for this Board to consider launching such un   undertaking.  In conclusion let me thank the members for the whole hearted support accorded during the year. From time to  time the several committees   appointed early in the year   have   done   yoe-  man service, leaving  nothing  undone  that fell to their lot.    The year's   success is entirely due  to   this   splendid  team work.    If I may be permitted   I  would just like to   specially   mention  the excellent work of the finance com  mittce presided   hy   our good   friend  Geo. Johnson.    The old Haying has   it  that it's money makes   the   mare   go.  Certainly Mr. Johnson and his   asaoe-  iaties   have    excelled   themselves   in  rounding up finance,   without   which  tho Board's effort   would   haye   been  sorionsly curtailed   especially   in   the  Reclamation effort.  Ak';;l;������ thinking you fov favorhi^'  im" with the "rvecidenc1" in what I foe!  has been the Board's banner year, and  for the services you have.all rendered  in bringing about iminc of the board'-*  accomplishments in the punt twelve  months, I bespeak for my hiiccchnoi' the  (mine vigorous nnd whole-hearted mip-  EHeks-Ugs  berries show a gain .of oyer 2000 crates  Pears have trebled in output, while  Peaches' show tKe.enoyaious advance'  of from 261 crates a year, ago to 1227 in"  1918. Potatoes are practically, double  the crop of 1817, while tomatoes show  a higher fignre.eyen than in the palmy  years of 19"^an^0,5. The jump in  apples is from just under 22,000 boxes  in 1917 to almost 59,000 in 1918. That  these figures are notwlde of the mark  is indicated in til^e' output of fruit  boxes and crates which assumed a total of almost 150,000 from the two local factories alone. .      , ��������� ���������  In live stock the showing . indicates  a very satisfactory increased, trade   as  contrasted with 1917.   Theshipping of  cattle is on par with year  ago,   while  there is a decided gain in   the   matter  of dressed meats, poultry   aud   hides.  This year, too, we haye   the   item   of  700 sheep.   The outgo of cream   is  50  per cent, in excess of last year,   while  milk is a brand new item on the  shipping list.    Due to a shortage   of   kegs  the Cider trade was   confined   to   approximately 1000 gallons?.  ; Honey is e-  qual to  1917,   and   the   shipments   of  eggs   beat     the   preceding   year    by  2000 dozens.    For the   first   time   the  shipping of fruit crates and   boxes   to  points outside the Valley-has   reached  worth-rnentioning   proportions,     the  trade in this line with ranchers   along  Kootenay Lake this year   running   to  approximately $2000.  Another matter that indicates some,  increased prosperity and progreuu lit  installation of fourteen new telephones during the year, bringing tho  total number of these instruments  now in use up to 80. It is encouraging, to bc able to state that during  1018 14 automobiles were added to the  local fleet, which now totals 80 cars.  The increase of general business at  Creston post-office alone is in the  neighborhood of 25 per cent. FxpresH  busincHH at Creston station shows au  increase) of almost $4000 over 1917.  Along thiK|wime line it may not* be  amiss to cull attention to the fact that  Creston last year staged its first agricultural and horticultural exhibition  under ia. n'nul'iily organized agricul-  liir.il UHMociutioii, and t he splendid :,uc-  eesH of the effort���������due in n large measure to the vigorous und hearty eo-  op'.truUon of   the   Imlitu���������leudt*    iih    lo  liritii. Ili������i1   ������lw.     ovlajltll i.t^     i.i     !>i,j<������     to  ulnv, nnd thiit it will be only a niiitler  of n   <Wy   few    yi'iu-M  until building.* | Ht.,*t?reHto������. Hatuwlay, January-Sib.  Mr. and Mrs. Albert Stewart of  New Dayton. AltiC arriyed the latter  .part of the we^k')pn''feyislfc* tO'the'j*!ftt-  ter's parents, Mr. and Mts. Jos. Stin-  son.  Latest word from Cranbrook hospital is that Roy Telford is making a  steady and satisfactory recovery after his operation for'appendicitus.  F. B. Turner left last week on a  trip to Vancouver, where*he. will con-  stilt a specialist as to his eyes, which  Baye been giving* him some trouble  of late. "  Mrs. G. Cartwright got. back the  latter part of. the week from Edmonton, where she had been flu nursing,  as well as being [aid-tip with it herself.  Mr. and Mrs. Foreman who have  been on the Lewis ranch the past few  months, have this week moved to  Creston to reside.  Penticton, where he is attending the  X.' Fiiiugrowers -mssoctatiou annual  meeting.  Hay hauling from the fiats is about  the toughest job going at present.  The rains have taken tha frost pretty  Well out and between the ,.mud and  the soft going on the flats no record-  breaking loads are being hauled.  Rev. J, S. Mahood presided at the  annual    congregational    meeting   of  Cheist Church, which was held in the  Parish Hall on Monday night, with a  representative turnout of parish oners.  Tse financial statement presented by  the retiring   people's warden,  C.  G.  Bennett, showed that all the running  expenses of the church had been met,  and fcbe year closed with  a surplus of  $22.    Considerable headway had been ,  made during the year in cutting down  the debt on  the Parish Kail, which  now stands e.~ M20.   The various officials for 1919 are-:  Rector's warden���������H. Lyne.  People's warden���������J. W. Hamilton.  Auditor���������Vv. S. Watson.  .--Delegates to Synod���������C F. Hayes,;J.  W. Hamilton, H. Lyne.  Sidesmen���������John Blinco, C. Moore,  F. H, Jackson, W��������� H, Hilton, C. G.  Bennett, C F. Hayes, P, G. Ebbutt,  A. J, Collis.  A Parish Hall- managing committee  was decided upon, Mr. Bennett being  named as the congregation's representative and the "Ladies' Guild will name  the other member of the committee.  During the year four new membfevs  were added to the church, the Bishop  of Kootenay having had confirmation  service here in June. "'.[."  After some discussion it was decided  to   have   a   children's  service -in the  afternoon of each Sunday regular service is held, with a yiew to re^dpenirig  the  Sunday School.      Church   union  was discussed, and it is honed uvraoge-  menes wiii be made for a joint evening seryice of all  the "Protestant denominations in one of the town halls  at least'' once every six week's.   The  usual votes of  thanks were   passed to  th**watdens,-organist and theLadieV  Guild for their good work in^the year  that has just closed.. *  Mrs. Archie Keir and young daughter of Sandon, are here on a visit to  her parents, Tilr. and Mr������. 11. Hamilton; to get away from the flu which  ha8:brokcn out bad at Sandon.  F. J. Klingensmith is in charge of  the store and postofflce during the  layup of Roy Telford at the Cranbrook hospital.  entered.  G.W.V. NOTICE  wiii be uvailuble on Kioiindii that   will  tllhll   lM'   111   U������-������'l>l|ll/   Willi   I lit* llltll>i,l V.  ('omuiK t������������ ���������'ti-ktiy Hoard elYovt il   is  !i. tueet.ing will tie Held   ut tlie Home  hi   Iili, It. .Siii<:liiir-.Sniil h,  on   t";ni\i<n  aturd.-.y, J an miry -'  U    ..     ... ...     ,li.    r.         ,,|  ......      fi...    ������������.,.    I  million of a brunch of t\\o Great Win  VeteniMv A''!"'!!i(io-i.       Ml \\i\������v>  .ity  i.ni>ii.iil)   iliv.it,i   mi ..i,i,:,n,  Guy Baowell lett on Monday for  Nanton, Alta., on a visit to Mrs. Brow-  ell's, parents, Mr. and Airs. T. Hickey.  Mrs. Browell has been at Nanton for  the. past two,weeks.  The Company is starting to load out  the. winter's cut of ties, three cant of  them going out last week. It is expected the shipping of those will be  fully jih heavy as last year.when about  40 ciirslondH are exported.  The canvass of this section for the  lied V.vor.i.: drive hnu been enti'UHted to  Mrs. Con. Hull, who has completed  part of the work and is meeting with  n mttinfiietory' response.  .1 lie until ii...; i.oio wcii.iuu' <>i i-nr  past, w.'.ekJulh put the ideating out of  buHiii(>Hk. and the log haul is coinpletly  ti<'d up.- h'veii a few liulien of snow  with fronty .'Weathei' would lie welcome. "  Local and Personal  Lost-���������Grey Persian cat. Finder  please notify Review Office.  Chas. Moore left on Tuesday for  Arrow Lakes points on a short survey  trip.  Milk Fob Sale���������In any quantity  desired. 15o. a quart if delivered iu  Creston,���������W. H. Gobbett.  20th Century Cafe, Feb. 6th. The  best and newest in the show line.  Will play Creston one night  only.  Mrs. J. W. Dow will receive on  Wednesday, Feb. 5th, nnd th^-eufter  on the first Wednesday of each month.  Mrs. T. Baines and Mrs, Ross left  on Tuesday for Cranbrook, where they  are spending a few days with  friends.  Miss Hazel McLelland of Trail was  here tlie latter part of the week on a  yisit to Mrs. Mead at tho Creston Hotel.  Mrs. Fraelick and Mia, F. K. Smith  had charge, of this week's Red Cross  ten, the proceeds of which totalled  84.70.  PnnNy willows iihmtHt in full bloom  were gathered hereabouts! thc latter  part of the week. The first robin has  not yet been reported.  Geo. Mead, who has been holidaying  in Creston for the past month, left on  Saturday foi- Niitijl to resume Work  with tho Imperial Bank.   .  The output of the   two   Valley   box  /  SixT-fat0  Geo. Cam of the yard crew, who  has been none too well of late, is taking a short holiday, which he is spending with 'Cranbrook friends.  R. H. Ross is buck from Cran brook  a few days ago, where he underwent,  an operation for appendicitus in the  hospital in that town.  School is running along again in its  usual good style, the teacher Miss  Goooinan having spent the flu holidays as well as the Christmas vacation with her sister at Cranbrook.  C. M. Loasby is now   numbered a-  mong the town   property   ownerw ������t  Creston, he having won a town lot in  a Red Cross raffle there last week.  I?....        f. Cl        00   - v.,, r   J     . .*       A,, - TT������      ..  was here for the usual Church of Ei'y-  lund service on Sunday night, but owing to such short notice of his coming  the attendance was   below   standard.  Sirdar school interior presents n  decidedly improved appearance with a  brand new floor and a supply of new  seats.  Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Cameron ; are  spending a few days  with   Cranbrook  {���������..:  > i,: ,i.  till'llUn  Liti.~i    hiji'iv.  Mrs. Goodman and daughter r<-  turned a few days ago from a n;x  weeks' holiday with friends al. l'uvilir  coast points.  A. Wallace of the Jackson cn-w was  missing a couple of trips last week.  With Mrs, Wallace he had been on   a  An overlooked He'd Cvohm " Auxiliary  ncknow)������Ml,������;"meiit   ia   that,    of    $1.05  .     r. ,...,,���������,,, | ���������    ,.V,.,--| |     ������|f     ll||.     Vlllll'V'H IIVIT-  aeac noldicrti are expected to return on  i ilu-   r.ui|������i���������������/���������>.-������ nf Amu wvoi'.o    u.������-'   vni,-  VL'HINCLAliV'HM ITI I. ' ember, where |ie had the glani;   hive of I at Vimeouv.u- yeHt.ei-������lny.  factories for 1018 was very close to too, | short holiday trip to Hpekaue.  (MM) crates and boxes, about   18,000   of       ..       .,    ., .-     , ., ,,  , ,  . . .      . ��������� .i Mrs. f������.   Moon-, Wife of Srgt. Mome.  which were sold   at Kootennv   Lake      ���������* .������������������, .     i   ������  .   . * who is   Mtill   overseas,   arrived   fr������n������i  points. ,        . , ������������������...���������  ' I Kiififlanfl IuhI week on  a    visit,   to   tlie  The Kootenay Rivei is stated  to   be | HergeantV sister.  Miw.   (-. M. Lna^by.  at the lowest��������� murk   this   winter   ever j Siu- will remain here   until   her   bus  known iu recent yearn.  Tt \a down   al- | baud's leturn to Canada,    when   liny  ...i,"f  il,,.,.,. fi.nt nM compared with .bin ! nvn,i-i tutenidejit    I.etbbi idee.    Ali.t.  iiuie io 1017. !      .,,, .   . r nC        i i   ���������  (      Tin" receiving ol Of) ������ enl*- each is*    i.i-  ('ontinncd mild went her in   iifit   Im- j knnwlcdgcd by Miv. North ou    behall  proving ihe prospects for the 1010   ice | 0f im. school ntrelakittg   fund   up   t<>  harvest.    Still, last year it, wiih   quite j t\u. ,.,u| ,,r.December: Mesdames Cher  well into Kebrniuy before   the   frozen j uo< Gainiumi. Tuoljey.   Grundy,    Hoih  wet goods were put up.' ��������� yjern, Lotubardu. i'mit'iv/M*. i am. ."onc-  Although no dclhiite word has  been ; ������*"'��������� Smio.    lo.al .>."������.  te������l  t.etit.H of the rolled,ion box that/ he bad  I in i In- i<m>! al. < )reHt,on   lair    last,    Nepl-  'li ail n.i'l  ii  Tt.v..      -.w:.-  d-alb-.  ��������� in,ii i i,*|.',cs in Dt'Cumber  -     I   .      I   : , , i   . t      ,;.(.. i  m  M  mmnwr'tc "if  k  u  i  Hoyal Arrowroot  biscuit  A strengthening food  for child or grown up- f  Makes brawu and muscle |  a richly flavored Soda.  Biscuit.  ���������,���������-, ���������_.-*. _S   *mx*m  m0%J^-9f~i  ���������in striped packages  only.  North West Biscuit Ce.  _   Edmonton LIMITED  71 Re_������nft   Saskatoon   Calgary j  lv_ Vancouver 2?  Csiiada Food Board License  Cannon Dating From the Year 1547  Captured by the British at  Bagdad  Rajim-I-Jan-Rumiyya is inscribed  on the old Persian gun which, at the  request o������ King George V.f now  stands on the Horse Guards Parade  for inspection by the public. It was  captured by the British on their entry into Bagdad, and was sent by Sir  Stanley Maude and the British expeditionary force under his command as  a gift to the king. The gun dates  from thc year 1547, and was built by  the Shah of Persia, Ismail II., to  wage war with against the Turks,  who were giving support to his rebellious brother. Part of the gun's  inscription states that -'The Commander of Victory and Help, thc  Shah, desiring to blot out all trace  of the Turks, ordered Dgiev to make  this Gun." The inscription goes on  to describe the capacity of the gun  i for "spitting out fire like a dragon."  \ Rajim-I-Jan-Rumiyya is a chronogram for the year of thc Hcgira 954,  which is A.D. 1547, the date the gun  was made for war against the Turk.  ���������Christian Science Monitor.  LOOD-MAKING  MEMCIN  It took centuries for medical  science to discover that the blood is  the life.    Now, it is known that if the  K/H.W"     *jr-.K3-JLXIL**%/a.TJt-~  a jr-ig-v.g.   a m?r& &% a vss.a  Plant for Saskatchewan  in   vr-ati  JXd~  and0intmeiif  Quickly soothe and heal  eczemas, rashes, Itchlngs  and burnings of the skin.  CErd:'s���������CB������^s_?3,Bc?"t.NPBes������==,U.������.As���������,  Sold by dealers throughout the world.  Silence Is Golden  "I     understand    you have  several  speeches ready for delivery."  "Yes," answered Senator Sorghum.  lias uenvea rrorn   Straw-  Used Successfully  The possibilities of straw for    the  purpose of furnishing heating, lighting, cooking and motive power have  recently been the subject of considerable investigation in Saskatchewan,  where approximately twenty    million  tons of straw have gone annually to  waste.    Recent    demonstrations-   at  Saskatoon,        Saskatchewan,       have  shown that thc    gas    derived    from  straw can bc used successfully     for  the propelling of motor cars,    tractors, stationary engines and the like.  The process of obtaining the gas, and  the manner in which it may bc used  were also demonstrated at a  chemical exhibition at New York recently.  It is now intended by the Dominion  government to establish a small plant  near Saskatoon this winter for    the  purpose  of further    experimentation,  thc result of which    may    lead     to  plants being installed on almost every farm  in. the^ country, effecting^ a  considerable saving to farmers. With  the installation of a $500 plant it is  claimed to bc possible to produce in  an hour and a half enough    gas to  last au  ordinary iarm house     three  weeks.  onion  ������  m\T.  ?Ei  ^V������VMM-        0.m0m00x������xT-0~   v. 2~.-J  You'll find Sloan's Liniment  softens  the severe  rheumatic ache  Put it on freely. Don't rub it In.  Just let it penetrate naturally. What a  sense of soothing relief soon follows!  External aches, stiffness, soreness,  cramped muscles, - strained sinews,  back "cricks"-���������those ailments can't  fight off 'the relieving qualities of  Sloan's Liniment. Clean, conx'enient,  occxinmical. ~.������sir*'*' in ��������� arises A.slc  any druggist for it.  blood were always abundant, rich and "They are ready for    delivery,     but  pure, very few people would ever be j they remain uncalled for."���������Washing  Not Too Badly Off  British Nation   Was    Never    Better  %7-~x  A.   7r\X  The fact that there arc 52-000 tons  of frozen'meat and 1,000 tons of butter at present in storage in Australia foi lack of transport, occupies  such a small paragraph in the papers  that wc are liable to overlook it.  Much as Great Britain would like  that meat and butter, the millions of  tons of shipping now at the bottom  of the sea will not help to bring- it to  our shores. It takes the ships now  left most of their time to transport  troops to France, with their equipment, to push back the German  hordes. Nevertheless, as a matter of  fact, taken on the whole, the British  nation is feeding belter today than it  ever did before. Ten per cent, who  were eating too much are eating less,  but the 20 per cent, who were before  eating too  iittle are eating more.  ill. It was not until the end of the  19th century that an instrument was  invented for measuring the red part  of the blood. Then doctors could tell  just how.anaemic a patient had become, and with medicine to make  new blood thc patient soon got well.  All the blood in the body is nourished and kept rich and red by thc  food taken daily, but when, for any  reason, a person is run down ana  cannot make sufficient blood from  thc food to keep the body in health,  then a blood-making medicine is required. The simplest and very best  of blood-builders suitable for home  use by anyone, is Dr. Williams' Pink  Pills. When a course of these pills  is taken their good effect is soon  shown in an improved appetite  stronger nerves, a sound digestion  and an ability to master your work  and enjoy leisure hours. I'or women  there is a prompt relief of, or prevention of ailments which make life a  burden. As an all-round medicine for  the cure of ailments due to weak,  watery blood no medicine discovered  bv medical science can equal JL'r. Williams'  Pink Pills.  You can get these piiis through  any dealer in medicine, or by mail  at 50 cents a box or six boxes for  $2.50 from The Dr. Williams' Medicine Co., Brockville, Ont.  ton Star.  Minard's Liniment Cures Garget  Cows.  in  Glass Hair Now  Artificial and substitute hair is  being- made in   German}', according   to  information    athered   by     commerce  reports which  say:  '"The importation of human hair  from China has long been stopped.  The material v.hich is being used is  really a substitute for silk.  At  first    silk  hair was  made,  but  this article was forbidden  by the government.     For dolls, glass  hair is made."  Xllv    hillC    Ot  A Remedy for Bilious Headache.--  To those subject to bilious headache, Parmeiee's Vegetable Pills arc  recommended as the way Lo speedy  relief. Taken according to directions  they will subdue irregularities of the  stomach and so act upon the nerves  and blood vessels that the pains in  the head will cease. There are few  who are not at sometime'subject to  biliousness and familiar with its attendant evils. Yet none need suffer  with these pills at hand.  This daylight saving scheme is  rought on the bashful voting fellow  who goes courting.  How so?  He hasn't the nerve to drop around  until it gets dark and then it's time  to go home.  How's This?  We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward  for any case ol Catarrh that cannot be cured  by Hall's Catarrh Cure.  Hail's Catarrh Cure has- been taken by  catarrh suttcrers ior the past thirty-five  years, and has become known as the most  icliable remedy ior Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh  v^ure acts through the Blood on the Mucous  surfaces, expelling the Poi&oa fro.ii the liiood  aud healing ihe diseased p-il:cr.z.  After you have taken Hairs Catarrh Cure  ior a short time you will see a great improve-  enent iu your general health. Start taking  F. J.  CHENEY  & CO., loiedo, O.  Sold by all druggists, 75c  The Brute  "Her husband infuriates her,"  "Gets, mad when she starts an argument?"  "Naw.    He just   yawns."���������Vancouver Province.  Minard's Liniment Cures Distemper.  A Newer Dance  The Germans appear to have abandoned    thc goose step for the Foch  trot.���������Brooklyn   Eagle.  BLACH.lVHiTE.TAfl, DARK BROWN   ������  OR OX-BLOOD SHOES f58  -JKSFJ.BSlUY CORPORATIONS Ux  JUMtLlWI        CMWk_,  tint\s\tT?Tj ADnppc  tSx���������rxTXXix      ���������SR.XJ0L01RS  A  Dominion   Express   Money  five dollars  costs three cents.  Order     toi  Restful  Sapleigh. is always thinking of himself.  Yes; in that way he avoids having  much on his mind.  The Allied Dead  Nothing finer has come out of the  war than this line from an epitaph  in a British grave yard in France:  "For your tomorrow they gave their  today."���������Buffalo  Express.  Miller's Worm Powders will drive  worms from the system without injury to the child. The powders arc  so "easy lo take that the most delicate  stomach can assimilate them and welcome them as speedy cascrs of pain,  because they promptly kill the worms  that cause the pain, and thus the suffering of thc child is relieved. With  so sterling a remedy at hand no child  should suffer an hour from worms.  Aiotntunation  Good Qualifies  Prairie Provinces'  Butter Production  ������������   .m it **<������_>  v/nni*  attention to  sweetening  required. :  a.a...      rdmddX. 40X.S04 a ��������������������� d~L   ii.  More Than Two and a Quarter Mil-  [ iion Pounds Produced in  Three Provinces  I liy a recent order of the Dominion  ! government requisitioning all the  I creamery butter produced in Canada  iduring the period from September 30  It.) November 9 to supply thc needs  Ioi" the allied nations in Europe, attcn-  Itir-.n   is   drawn   to   the   importance   of  M  If I Could Only Be Strong and Healthy  Like Other Girls."  o-  Needs but little  milk or cream.  Fine with evaporated milk.      :  Kftftiifi indefinitely.  -IB 1*1 t  Noxa o^rxicie or  waste.  llic.  output  of  thc  Prairie   Provinces.  It is estimated that 650,000 pounds of  rrrniiicry  butter   will  bc produced  in  Manitoba  during   this  period,     while  I in  N'orlhcni Alherta alone half a mil-  ilioM  pounds  will  be  manufactured.   IC  I .mother halt  million pounds is added  ! i.">r   Southern   Albcrla       and       ihrre-  i fii;;trici'-i of ;i million pounds  for Sas-  '!.:;.'������������������'ii'v.'-ii!     :11m   tlo^f   hjmi'i'S     iui������'i.l  |f������:tiil/   be   short:   of   the     iii:u-k--niorc  th;:r.   two   and     a       quarter       million  (poundi   of  creamery   butter   will      he  ;,.-.-,���������*( 1 -���������".i   jr.   the   three   provinces     in  iti:--  si.-:   weeks' period.    Tin:: dairy iu-  j<lu-.try in  Western Canada i.s ^rowim*  tin   imnorlanec     month     ;ift������'.r     month  lli'l  r  a I * er  year.  .��������� ln-ai-r.'" '.   oi'  '���������',.>��������� I enninatoi  'i   :i]l     : 1 i. /1  Mother   < .rav c-'.'  puts      It    W-tt 11 III  ran nc (.'.ot ai  any  ~������     ss  n wonder run/  attractive flavor:  ������������������i  Wi  ll  III II.  Struck  iaiujht  ���������all   pill    up  aim 1 .\<\ii\,','  TV  r.x  >v  Honif  bv a .'.oldin-  hi'. I'.mmW, and  lully 1 Kpecl :  ,   h.    !,..'!   b. r.i  d d  4 Lr J     <7r  ���������44    ~.     d   0~i~d���������'   H~-J   d  -for  Grape-Nuts.  C~,r\f~<in fii'-Kl flofc-'H Or.rrA  UM ������rr_* jr_t'_:-n-'-f-r-r-ii- ->_r_ ������-*-'-'i<ilni**aiht  ������2t!ll!EEuuulil1l������llU_i  ���������<v  M.      U.  ens  i"  '.������  'I \\ !���������'!'��������� i\':hif. thi'. (iM'inan snip-  -r . ������.lv. mm an<i -.it-������i_ .it ium .> 11 <I a  .ohlier he v as lie|j,nii', atid '.li|',hllv  .'.outub-d   the  f/������������������!man.   Thi'i  :������<������ ;*ii<;������"������  'I   I 11 1   that   b������"   loo!'   a   lapliiri-d   (in  ,11.1   mrfhinc   (run   and     nrrd   on   (he  n ���������! 1.1 , oi   iu-    1.'. ������������������<  ' ���������'-��������� .>i.!::  ��������� ii ;;<;..".',  - h    111-    }���������������������������* ",       aud    Iri'iiifdif    ('irrii  :"i ou������   liir   11 r.r\.  ���������nr������HIS is the lohging of the girl who is  fi    pale, weak and anaemic.  She ia lacking in energy and  strength, and ia so easily tired out that  she does not feel like taking outdoor exercise or joining othero in social gatherings.  The healthy, happy outdoor girls get  in the way of leaving her to herself, and  she gets lonely, discouraged and despondent.  Tlie source of trouble in m the condition of tho blood, which has become thin  and watery, and utterly lacking in nutritive qualities.  The anaemic- condition is shown in the  pallor of the lips, thc gums and the eyelids, as well as in thc pale face and angular  form.  N'.vtu.ro hoA provided for tho purifying  ol! the blood by having it sent to the lungs  periodically to come in contact with the  TroBh air and tako up new oxygen.  Un fortunately Lhit* plan of tUnLurc has  been defeated by human beings living too  much indoors und breathing over and over  attain tht'i vitiated air of ill-ventilated  rooms. Tim* 11* U\k~ uauai cuusc ox una.--  mia, ufa well as a renson for tte continuation,  Tho blood gets ever thinner and more  wfttery, until the human iiystem is liter-  uiiy ylurveu.  The digestive system has failed, and  your health must go naturally downhill  until you can find some means of restoration.  Fortunately, Dr. Chase's Nerve Food  furnishes the vital substances needed  for regenerating the entire organism  when in a run-down condition.  Gradually and certainly the building-  up prc-esa is established, and the pure,  rich blood created in tho system carries  health and strength to every part of the  body.  Weakness and disease, the cause of  discouragement, failure and unhappiness,  give place to new hopes, new confidence  and stronger determination to succeed.  The appetite is sharpened, digestion  improves, and you find yourself enjoying  your meals and talcing a new interest in  life. As you gain in Btrength and energy  you feel encouraged to keep up the use oi:  this restorative treatment until thoroughly restored to health.  The rosy checks and healthful appearance of people who havo used Dr. Chase"-*  Nervo Food is its strongest recommendation, and accounts for its ever-increasinK  po'ouliirity.  It is for sale by ail dealers, 50 cents a  box, 0 i'or ������2.75, or by mail from Kdman-  Hon, Bates & Co., Limited, Toronto. Look  for the portrait and signature of A. W.  Chase, M.D., tho famous Receipt Koo-L*  author, on the. box- you buy.  ,gB-Hl  -4���������i.0rmvmm  :SafifiSBi  JWBM-8  VuSn  ~ui*M*������m^UiWUiJMMr4lrMMtbMiM~-������ m  mmmimmm  inmfHftmmmMistm^^  MWIMH-a  itttriiiiiflimiwiiiiiiiWii'tfiii-iilii'l ���������SM8WH  ~~XQSim~mi-m~<  M���������M  fj'  T5T7'TnrF;w      rfnraanpfVKr     is     iff.1.  rx%>J-J    V    j_ i.J   ������r    . VU'AJMXUilg *A~r~ m~m*  ���������~\..\~~x~.~.-- V ZL-ir-J...  wnmiv luuiug urns,  Pale, Tired Women  4=  ���������"ft | hours in fact���������before the tramp sud-  IJdcniy stiffened "like a terrier at the  mouth of a rat hole. Along thc sheep  track through the heather came in  single file Jasper Morgan .and Professor Zimbalist     the    form������r    'pnfi!  rr���������i  There is no beauty in pallor, but  proof; of plenty of wcakuess. Exertion rsakes your heart flutter your  back and limbs ache, and you sadiy  need something to put some ginger  into your system. Try Dr. Hamilton's  Pills; they make you feel alive, make  you want to do. things. They renew  and purify the blood���������then come  strong nerves, rosy checks, laughing  eyes, robust good health. You'll be  helped in a hundred ways by Dr.  Hamilton's Pills, which ��������� re an old  family remedy of great renown.  Thousands use no other medicine and  never have a day's sickness of any  kind. Get a 25c box today. Sold by  all dealers.  Tlir������    t���������-,.<ti���������<    oSl/iy.*!.-   1���������~���������1 1    0-1..-  .XrX0\X0.4^l  KuCCKCQ tiiC  aSiicS  0*  \  BT*r������"B"H"T~J  -^  ALIB  ^  HEADON HILL  WARD. LOCK & CO., LIMITED  Leaden. Melbourne taA Toroata  m--W  I I-^.xl.m.riA   \  \ XrLAII Lxt.lxl.LA..  But thc tatterdemalion seemed, to  be exercising a strange fascination on  the boy.. Sticking his hands in his  pockets and his feet stubbornly on  thc ground, hc surveyed thc occupant  of the hut at leisure, taking in the  three days' growth of stubby beard  the tangle of iron-grey hair, the  filthy garments, the foundered boots  through one of which a toe was showing. When Tom Burbury spoke it  was not to answer that plea for  flight. He addressed himself to the  sardonic humorist, whose attitude  was curiously expectant, and he prefaced his remarks with thc exasperating croak which with him did duty  for a laugh.  <������-v >   _  -V.-       g.jr.  rood  from his pipe and felt for something  hard that lurked amid the tatters of  his scanty raiment. The thing,  whatever it was, was handy, and the  wayfarer resumed his watch.  Morgan and his scientific crony  stopped at the great mound of tailings and proceeded to go through exactly thc same antics as those for  which Tom Burbury had enlisted  Mavis Comlyn's services. Climbing  thc mound, poked about. and pried  on Its rugged surface, but much more  methodically than their predecessors.  Both men were provided with miniature picks, with which they turned  ovcr the weed-grown rubbish. For a  long time their labors were unrewarded. Then, suddenly, the Professor shouted to his companion that he  had found a specimen.  "It's only a small one, but I'll go  down and test it," he added.  Growling au assent, Morgan went  ou with his work and Zimbalist descended the mound, carrying the object in his hand. He walked to thc  shed and passed through the dilapidated doorway almost into the arms  of thc tramp who had been watching  him. This hunter of fossils was evidently used to swift emergencies.  Without a glance at the occupant of  the hut he performed two actions  with lightning celerity and almost simultaneously. Turning on his heel,  hc flung the stone hc had just picked  up���������to all appearances it was nothing  more���������so that it fell forty yards  away among rocky debris, where it  lay quite undis*" iguishable by anyone who had not examined it. At  the same time hc called out:  "Come down, Morgan. I want you  ���������at once, please."  Then only did he give his attention  to the stranger, who, without his  Kiiowiiig it, nad mauc an uiciieeiuai  attempt to grab his arm before he \  flung thc stone away. Zimbalist's  protuberant eyes bulged in an effort  to size up the man who might have  been spying upon him, but no familiar  impression was to be gathered from  the unshaved face enshrined in its  tangle of matted hair. The tramp  seemed to be more fortunate, and  his good fortune overwhelmed him  with an almost inarticulate joy.  "'Oosh  blime!  but. if  it  isn't   Number .    There, blast it, I can't keep  numerals  in  my  poor  oiu  pate,    but  you're the lag that was at Portland  with mc���������four cells off in the same  corridor," he exclaimed with the  heaTtiness  of  one  who  meets  an  old  started to lurch out on to the moor,  the two young people falling back  before him.  "I'm only a poor worm and you're  the early birds that's got him," he  mouthed at-them." "It's hard if a  homeless traveller mayn't shelter in  such a shack as this."  ihe gentic heart of Mavis was  touched. "Don't think of leaving,"  she hastened to beg of the man. "My  young friend was only joking, and  xather bad taste, too. Pray rest here  as long as you wish. No one'  is likely to interfere with you, but if  so you can say that you have Miss  Comlyn's permission."  The man knuckled his foreiiead  and thanking her in the whine of his  class shambled back to his lair, while  thc boy followed Mavis sullenly  across the moor, evidently resenting  thc rebuke.  "I didn't mean to be rough with  you, Tom," the girl relieved lhc .elision at last. "But I hate to be down  on thc unfortunate, and he can't do  any harm hero."  "I   beg  your pardon���������he   has   doui.  a  great deal of harm already,"    was  tho  surly    rejoinder.      And   ^ though  Mavis  pressed    for    an  none was  forthcoming,  bilious continued  to the  homeward walk.'  to talk about the police and to gas  about a hotel," he said. "Allow me  to present you to the hotel proprietors daughter. She will be glad to  receive payment for your night's  lodging.    If you can't pay you'd bet-  tCThT?������mp   got   to   his   feet      and|l���������n*    "Shoulder to shoulder in the  y-m.~.A tr. i,;-nS n������* ��������� t������ th,.  n,nnf   quarnes  wc  toiled  and  proud   I  was  to be in such company���������alongside a  real gentleman. In for a proper big  thing, wasn't you, matey���������the  Shrimpton swindle that made such a  song? And you was Shrimpton. Lor  iumme, what a little world it is that  you should run against me on this  blooming moor. Wearing clobber  like that, too, while I'm on my uppers."  Zimbaiist made no direct reply, but  again l.c shouted to the tenant of  Comlyn Court to hurry up. Morgan  blustered into thc hut demanding  what was wrong, but checking himself to an ominous silence at sight of  the tramp.  "This man says hc knows mc," said  the Professor as if that summed up  thc whole situation.  "Well, docs he?" Morgan queried  sharply.  "He is correct in his facts, but I  cannot place him. But. there were so  many. It is possible that 1 may have  forgotten."  "Aud I've been living rough, mister, and gr.owcd a "lot of hair," the  tramp took up the explanation. "Why  him and me worked in thc same--  but there ain't any reason why 1  should give a dear old pal away, nor  The Ames Hoi den McCready factory at St. Hyacinths, Que., entirety devoted to the production ofworkri  shoes. Capacity 4,000 pairs per day.  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Ask your dealer for them.  AMES HOLDEN McCREADY  "Shoemakers to the Nation"  ST. JOHN MONTREAL TORONTO m~������-A!!L-mmx- WINNIPEG     EDMONTON    VANCOUVER  11  tl IM  ���������this Tr-ute-rnark on every sole  explanation  Strained ve-  end of  1 licit  CHAPTER  XIV.  Dear Old Pals  The tramp, though hc had affected  that intention, did not lie down again  in the corner where his repose had  been broken. Through a crevice in"  the remains of thc door he watched  the disturbers of his peace till they  worn out of sight, and then, producing a packet of noally ������Mit ham sandwiches from some folds in his rags,  he devoured them with lusty appetite. A draught of weak whisky and  water from a medicine bottle completed his  simple breakfast.  "I'd rather it was Yorfee,' bnt beer-  gars mustn't be choosers," he muttered with a gleam from under his  yliaggy brows. "The 'corfee* must  come  later."  i'uUing out a blackened clay pipe  he filled it with coaivse shag and  .smoked, still keeping watch at lite  door of the hut.  "The kid may come back," he told  himself. "1 don't think lie will, and  it" he doesn'-. 1 reckon lltcrc'll be a  long wait."  T1irM'.������  v.n':   n   lone   wait ������������������-of   ������;rvcr:d  Rise of a Balkan Republic  ������������������������������������������������������������������MOW  Originated    Through     Initiative    of  French. Colonel  A republic has already arisen ���������within thc area of the Balkans which, according to a correspondent of thc  London Times, is the direct result of  the war. As a.fact, thc little republic of Koritsa or Korce as it is called  in Albania, originated through thc initiative of a brilliant French colonel  of cavalry in the late, autumn ot 1916.  Situated within the territory of Albania, it may, perhaps, be best described as a historical episode.  At thc time of its tormation, the  bulk of Albania was occupied by the  Austrian?. In the south thc Italians  held Avlona, but between them and  thc allied Salonika forces was a solid  wedge of Austrians aiu'r King Con-  stantinc's unfriendly Greeks.  In the autumn General Sarraii  pushed forward in a northwesterly  direction, and occupied Koritsa and  the region near lake Malik. This was  the first time that French troops from  Salonika had found themselves in  Albanian territory, and the colonel in  command was faced with thc problem of setting up a civil administration. Northeast lay Serbia ana  southeast lay Greece, but Koritsa  was neither. According to the treaty  of Bucharest, the only legal instrument recognized by the allies, it was  part of Albania. The colonel solved  the difficulty by proclaiming Koritsa  and thc Caza or administrative district of which it is thc capital, to be  an autonomous Albanian republic,  under the protection of the allies.  General Sarraii, confronted with a  fait accompli, accepted lhc situation,  and Koritsa has remained a republic  under  a council  of 12  elders,  mixed  Mussulman and Christian. When the  governing body was _ set up, Essad  Pasha uttered a blessing in Albanian,  a flag- was devised, a post office system set. up, and  stamps  issued.  All, however, has not gone without a hitch. The two-headed eagle  which flaunted so bravely on the flag-  and thc first stamp issue, roused antagonism, and was said to be not th*c  genuine bird beloved of Skanderberg  and all good Shkipctari, but a monstrous Austrian imperial creature-.  Yet, on thc whole, Koritsa has greatly enjoyed its autonomy, even if it  realizes that days arc coming when  it will be merged in some larger  whole. Meantime, owing to various  advances of thc allies, it gained several  cxtentions  of territory.  Tarbcs, the birthplace of Marshal  I Foch, has decided io present him  I with a sword of honor.  yet meself neither," hc broke off.  Then,, turning to Zimbalist, he said,  "Maybe you'll tumble to my moniker,  if you can't recall my mug. Calvert  was what I was called, and it's what  I'm called still when I've no use for  an alias."  The Professor shook his head. "I  have uo recollection of you or of  your  name,"  he  replied.  Morgan squared his burly frame,  towering over the stranger, who was  himself no  pigmy.  (Io Me Continued.)  IT  u>t A.*..* m-Mt, ���������y fi���������i mat  MM-    0 . . _.-" 1  Strawberries in October  Some splendid ripe strawberries  gathered in October at Clover liar,  Alberta, about ten miles from Edmonton, were brought into the city.  The strawberry patch from which  they had been giving fruit since the  first of June, and those picked at the  beginning of October were quite as  goo.d ar, the early r.'.immcr liiiil. The  succi'ss with which fruit can hc  grown in Northern Alberta is encouraging many people, both in the  city and on the farms to devote more  attention to il, and those who raise  plants for sale have more orders  than thcy can supply.  " Juftt aa fresh  and dainty as wSaon  packed in tho  hamper*."  01  TO1W  lj[)rr~'St*& Girauulated EycliJo,  ^~~���������^-���������*"��������� c.axl. Jtyt*. Ky������������ mflcnv! by  Sun. DuttxnA Win Jquickly  tellcveJ hy Murine.  Trylt In   xi't JGyu.  C v ~-t 1'yu ~n- in Diby'  ftfarfetfllyo M������nt*dy **���������*&*# jSRltf. ~,.U-Z  UV* ��������������������������������������� im "t'.ii.x 'x~n.   it'vr 410.0, xyf 00��������� ��������� ���������������     ivi-m.  htV ttMrnrlM* tt*������ BUn-toOjr C#.��������� Cfelc*K������ ~  W-     N.     U.      ms  flijn*"if"  Don't  T,ilrr C*he���������������������������������:������������  Statisticians have figured out that  l.'uglaud eal!'. the larger part of Ku-  rope's output of cheese. Europe's output amounts to 350,000,000 kilograms.  England alone consume:; 180,000,000  kilograms of thin amount. Next  c������!iii'5 Holland which take?: 56 000-  000; Switzerland lakes 4.1,000.000;  France, 31,0o0,00u, and Germany 2.0,-  000,000 kilogram::.  ������lie only people on earth  who  i:o cheese are the Chinese.  PARA������SANI WRAPPER  Heavy, waxed paper in Household Rolls, with handsome oalc Roller  Box.   Keeps sandwiches, cakes, cheese and butter fresh and wholesome.  There is no mfissy wam nf rt?n!r1r:s T.nr,   CrtW-t*    .c\r<\-\.f\   nucf.   nnd   sand-  wiches at the picnic if eachfarticle is wrapped' in Para-Sani.  Para-Sani is also good for household uses. It keeps bread fresh and  ���������moist until eaten. It protects meat and butter from contamination of flies,  bad air or germs. It is good tor lining cake tins or for polishing irons.  Para-Sani will save many times its cost by preventing waste.  II  .*!.,.!  ..-.A..  ���������*"���������* * im * , ���������  vntupci ������i.nu luuic coiiVuuiciit, man \waxcu  paper in sheets, and the paper is pi better quality.  Ask your Dealer,  /*���������>      r\      *tr%  I  III*. Moll wlifa   pi-l.r   rititt......%!.  9������x lie!! v.ih   llAUt   n~m 1  41b, ft������U wIOmuI  Boa..... |  lib. Aoli without   lion  i,  Olh. Holt wifkouJ  ii-m,.     ,  SO  40  ���������r-  r-  COUNTER  CHECK  Sir* jTv. mm*     J0.J-0. m ttsmsmr-  c.���������,  tmmitmii  175 McDermot A���������. B.   ���������    WINNIPEG. MAN.  !!  i_^uuj-__aaiwuau_u\iib,'s;  X-~������jit-m-r-l-X~x-i-^^  :U.Uui.':'j i:i^iA^.-~-~-~.\'~~^^~~i-i~  0-V-000 ..ii^li^������,x-,.'.-i  ~m~m~vmSmv^-mmmmm%~-0A  MKWIKII  ���������KM  mtmmm  m~-mssssws~m~~m  E^������S_^i__ik������^__i^_������������*-<  ix ~i~.awtj.t.ilpawM, itu~ ~t u, ty, j,  ii������i'wra������iiiii'a-iy,iwiwiiHiii������<i������a  ~w0.~~-~mmmi\  ���������mvmwm������m  mtttmnimmmMiM  mtsm  &ii~���������M%m0i~.���������-m���������.iiw*SZ  AiafcJLl   mswrm^mWmfr*fr*'-  0s m**, W * * *������WTSfe^T������>Wff*tt IvSII5WJ;3^TI^f8Jr.������  *S������T9  ifUrJ������i*J. J*. t������f Iflfe    S.1I  *W>rmm%y4ff-^^  JJMtfl'WlttWW IMtnlii1 vrrifctA'ith"TJl'if'^.h^nW'ti^im-fiil"tilr-1i.lrh-fm"-fr���������-������������������'^���������tHaTfi^Yfrr^-^r���������^i'^'Ar-J1'!���������'-^r*.-^^^r.---.--*u---,<.,1-g,,^.h.--.���������_.irrr.r.���������^^ ^^,ffrr|f,^y.fii^r-i-u1...-()f()fH^ *}irt^rtiYl>Jfrfr,M||jiiniW,) ^ jlrtlWfhffnMfnwW.MiiT-iiimthmm-um -nr-^-mrTM-fi 'ifT-ii-nn- ��������� mttwfflmlin ������g������mriiifciffpirittoniii]irtrItO^iIQlkwiIHlJJL*' JtlLlfl.i'iiliJlttlUJtJilMat_lh-LiWjW-M������t^-UUM^liBut]  -   ���������"���������'��������� - ���������   ���������   - ,._    ��������� ���������      -      ���������  ������   - ��������� _-���������_*������������������������.--������--���������*���������. xni*4.*x.������*������*m*ix.i*������.-_J._i-_4...L4j,-.~40~,0mj0x-imi."'���������������������������"---imriM|||||liril^^M^.i^-"- - ������������������- d..���������.. .- .-..-_... i^7.-..0x.^..-x.x.x.......���������~-xx... 0...._..���������...?^~S.^"~. .   T.    T.T*-*"���������-.gwawftniwwgM-wwwrm^^iHmwHwmww-i  .���������������������������i-Huh*., ...._* IM    ... ..    t. .rxx.j~A  ���������-, mti-jXH-VA nrntitemriUiy^-iiUtr, mi*W*~&> ���������'   r������Amym~Sm0mm^\itm^JS  'm~mjmm--m-~%w*ir.-mit4fi*.imM la:-  ft  ������*g-easg_s  THE * CBES-ffOKv,B������yiUWT  m-S~  hews of imimm  Kaslo Presbyterians  wru-fvl  for fear their pastor Campbell  will accept a call to Cranbrook.  On the Hii ni mill and Toby creeks,  near Kaslo, Lawrence Ott is operat-  i?;.pf 30 miles of traps this winter.  At Greenwood the young men and  boys are running the town skating  link this year in relays of four a week.  Grand Forks farmers' institute expects to baable to buy stumping powder SI a 100 pounds cheaper than last  year.  " ��������� *���������  No wonder the moving picture house  elosed at Rossland.   The last week   it  was opened it averaged but 60 patrons  a day.  Robins and bluebirds were noticed  flitting-about Grand Forks garden as  PBrly as January 8th, according to the  Gazette,  Cranbrook Women's Institute, with  t  a membership of 130, claims an average attendance of 103 members at the  1918 meetings.  The 80 acre Koptenay-Italian quarry i  near Kaslo is said to be showing mar- j  ble that equals the best to be   had   in  the Dominion.  Kaslo Red Cross funds benefit to the  extent of about $439, the commission  earned by tlie sale of Victory Bonds  in that section.  Cranbrook Rod & Gun Cub has 160  members. It will operate the fish hatchery again this year with rainbow  and salmon trout eggs.  Folks are beginuing to feel  a  little  more optimistic at Revelstoke. and the  club, which has been closed for   three  years, will shortly be re-opened.  If a few more players can be rounded up and a few missing instruments  are returned Cranbrook is in a fair  way to revive the town brass band.  Although Kaslo board of trade recently cut the membership from $5 to  $2 the secretary still bewails the fact  that very few rxtra . members haye  joined un.  The  commissions    earned   by  Ex-  Mayor Anderson of Kaslo on   Victory  Bonds sold, isjg216, all of which he has  turned over to the Red  in that town.  *_/L-OSS aGCieujr  Thrifty parents at Kaslo haye flooded their backyards  tp  provide   their  youngstes with skating, and thus saye  eiety ' the price of a se������������nn ticket at the rinkfl  fsJ-.TAf-Y F*U&L!0  INSURANCE   ���������    REAL ESTATE  DEALEf. StV GOAL  By a majority, of 67 the Cranbrook  ratepayers voted to invest $3000 of the  town cash to buy the privately-owned  skating rink, and operate it free for  the citizens use.  Cranbrook farmers institute is gunning for $2500 ot capital wherewith to  start a co-operative store in that town  They have about $1600 of the needful  promised idready.  Trail Board, Of Trade wil! ask the  Dominion government to build a commodious structure there to house post-  office, customs officials, and other  Dominion business.  The Granby smelter at Grand Forks  annouces that at least three furnaces  will be continuously operated for the  next few months, and maybe four of  them part of the time.  Municipal financing is no snap at  Grand Forks these times. Prohibition  has cut off $3770 of license revenue,  and the electric light bill of the city  went up over $3000 last year.  At Penticton ths Imperial League  has been formed, the members of  which pledge themselves lo have ao  truck or'trade with the Germans, commercially, for at least one year.  For their good work    at  nursing at Trail during   the   flu   epi  demic the two Salvation Army lassies j ���������  stationed in that town were presented  with $100 cash each by the  citizens.  Cranbrook Women's Institute don't  take any chances on surplus cash burning holes in the treasuerer's pocket  book. Last year $875 was raised and  all of it spent with the exception of $4  Kaslo, which boasted of its health-  fulness last November because early  in the flu epidemic it had no caseE at  all, has now closed the schools for the  second time due to a reappearance of  thetroubje.  At Kaslo, where they had two worn  en on the town council in 1918, not a  solitary women offered foi' election  this year. Ih fact conscription had to  be resorted to fill two vacancies in the  six aldermen council.  Grand Forks Red Cross Society is  discountinuing operations. The ladies have enough cash on hand to pay  the $1500 assessment levied on the  town in the provicial drive for funds  under way this month.  Nelson Assessment District-  S__B OB" Ca-fAXK  "Continued from.Page 4.  OWUliS  Kirkwall  Katie    .....  Xtot  -To.  Ltd.    3162  Creek   Mining  Kitchener   _,  Katie D.  Green  Last  Channce   ..  Lake Side    Long  Tom      Lizzie   C.      La Dura    La Dura Fraction    Lake View     Lueila Fraction  .   Lexington    Little George   Little Joe    Lulu      Lake View    :  London Fraction ZZZZZ   Last   Chance      Mac Fraction    Maud   3.   ,._  Micawber    ��������� .   Micawber Fraction    xixrxy    &   j crime    __....���������..  M.   S.   C.    ........  Msibee  Montana    .~   Maud   S :._   Maggie      Mother  Lode       Mother Lode Fr _..  The Juno Mines,  The   Forty   Nine  Company,   Li  A. "D.  Grieve      T.  J.  Trimble  '.;     B. Mahon    . .     Kootenay Bonanza Mines, Ltd    Evelyn A. Powys, William James  Lindsay    _    J.   Hume     _ ��������� ���������,  Bi C Lands, Ltd.  ���������-   B. C. Lands, Ltd.    T. B. Garrison, J. H. Graham, et al   Blairmore Coal Lands, Ltd   London & Rossland B. C. Company  Morning Star    _  .   J.iaspie     .  ,  Moken Bird Fraction     _..  Maple   Leaf     __ ���������.;.   May   Flower    .���������     Medoc       Nevada    _.   .-.   National   Emblem     .   No.  3    _..���������.'. _���������'.   Nelson  Star        Neenah        ...-   Root,  North  Star  Nevada      Ontario  Original  Original   Fraction  . 4386  . 4933  . 5463   '  _    410  ..    906  ... 386  .. 35S7  _ 4459  .. 4461   3245   51526  _   _   ^_        _    _  3718  T.    Gough    :.    5121  Dwight G.  Johnson, R.  S. Lennie    6448  Wragge, E. C ��������� ���������.  2473  Shallenberger,   H.   H.       6602  Smith, A. W 5471  Smith, A. W 5473  Kootenay  Bonanza Mines, Ltd  3256  New N. Fork Mining Co., Ltd 31562  Blairmore   Coal   Lands,   Ltd.     4443  Blairmore Coal Lands, Ltd   4444  Reliance  Gold Mining and Milling   Co   _.:  3943  The New Erie Mountain Mining Co 4623  ' The New Erie Mountain Mining Co. 4625  Wilson,   Mrs.   T.   53.   _ ���������  2S-1S  Will,  Louis      1442  Brown, J. A. & Bendell, F. P.     617  Mother   Lode   &   Sheep   Creek   Min  ing   Company     _  8818  Mother   i ..ode  &  Sheep Creek Min  ing Company  ��������� '. .. 8819  Proctor, Thomas G.  .. '..  4105  Peck,   E.   A.,   Revell,   G.   E.   4422  Wragge, E. C    "���������'���������'���������-���������23?������  Wragge, E. C.   3262  Hunter,   S.   A.,   Larson,   Oie  ..10441  Shalianberger, H. H..    6603  Swedberg,   John   P.    ���������     637  Kootenay  Bonanza Mines, Ltd.    2236  ValDariso Gold Mining Co 4911  Powys,   A.   V    olS9  Mary  C.   _.__._  ...... 1373  Kootenay   Bonanza  Mines, Ltd  4149  Amas,  Harry,     Pool,  A.   8869  Green, G. H .'. 1  3659^  Blairmore Coal Lands, Ltd 5T2&  ttiairmore Coal Lands, Ltd 5125  old   Abe    -....'.. Z. ~~. ...Z.ZZ'~~ ..  Wragge,   I"-.   Q     ������*  I'acific _     Mahon.  E.     003  Prtnres-s      .._ ���������       ..    . .    .   Gerrard, Albert J ���������-x~~^  Pulaski   Fraction      _ ZZZZ.    London  & Rossland  B.  C.  Co.    4o60  Pulaski London & Rossland B. C. Company 3403  Princess No' "i " " ~    The New Erie Mountain Mining Co. 4627  Planet     .     ..        *." ZZ'. ZZZZZZZZZ  T. Gough   ^271  Park ' G.   S. Waterlow     :'  4995  Porcupine  ~       Rose Kerr, Arthur Gee, William   ~  A.   McDonald  2908  Pilot   Fraction Pilot (Ymir)  G. M. Co.   3452  F������eKgy         C. A. Rhodes, F. F. Drummond   9355  Pioneer   No.   1 . Harry H. Shallenberger   .6608  Pioneer Harry  H.  Shallenberger     6601  I'lanet Sheen Creek Bonanza Mining Co.,  Ltd.  Planet   No.   2  Royal   Charter  RocUtord  llamey   Day  Kam������-y    Day   Xo.    2  Red   Top   Fraction  Ronoke  RffiTcrwlum  Roval  n.irr..".-:y  Rosa I in  t v.: j.'li w i iC     I'YrtO'i  R.-'rljtrliO  i'.i-i:    M:.i.  Rcyn'.   Sor.1  i'.fA-r  K;������ rnbU-r  P. <-nf !-<-���������������  iU-nfr'-w   Xo.    ]  Star light.  Suit a n  SwiHH  St-roritinn  Shfirnrock  ������������������filvcr    [!���������������  St.-i ft cr  ."���������"ity hi i ���������"���������<  >'l'iOtt'''l  H r-irM''  SUv-ppiird'H   Star  M    :i    XI  XiiiiiP'y  Htinlicnm    Km ft Ion  Silvi-r   Qui'������:ii  s'lmmrofMi  SiifivvHtornri  Mnlmo  No.   1       S.'ilmn    ;<llv������THlf>n������  Mi:in������inni  Tltunlc    '('il>   Top   Kmctlon  Thorn    Kr.ictlnn  Til lM tie  TImT'T  t . 1111   I I    111. :��������� 111 r I  TwlllKlit  Trlvl.-    V.  'IVnnt'MM.*.'  \'.   It.  V N'lor i.i  Vii||)fui,ti������  v l.l'.l  VU't.n-ln  VlriTlnlii  Wren  \v.   .1.    r.ry.iii  '.Vl.it.'.    \V!f."h  tV I idl i rr iriiotil ..Ir  \*',,ii.\niiii-M  Y< 11'left-    Yii\ci.  Sheep Creek Bonanza Mining Co.,  Ltd.      H746  Kootenay Bonanza Mines, Ltd    2.W  C.   H.   Green     3435  Golden  Reef  M.  A. M.  Co   3978  Golden Reef Mining & M. Co.   397S  Lennie & Wragge .4M$  London  & Rossland B. C, Ltd  3402  The Forty Nine Creek Mng. Co  4387  William  A.   McDonald     5322  William   A.  McDonald  2901  Duncan   McArthur    ���������  4211  John Sibbald    5385  A.   V.   Powys    3206  A.  V.   Powys    3208  Rank of Montreal      3769  M.   S.   Davys      3204  Harold   Helous     5292  Harold  Selous   5165  'Harry I-I. Shallenberger    6604  Harry   Tl.   ShallenberRcr    6609  Kootenay Ronanza Mlncfl, Ltd     684  Rrl   Syndicate.   Ltd.      2458  Maxmilian Heckman, Ernest Harrop     2879  P.l.'iirmore   Coal   Lands,   Ltd  4400  .   Kootenay  Ronanza Milieu, Ltd.    2231  .   .1.  J.   Malon*.  A.  TroglUus      5033  Villpill'lHIt < '<tl<t   .VilliiiiK Co   "M-  .   <i.   H.    Waterlow     4991  ,1.   K.   McMuller,   10.   J.   Dlttcr,  Marry     Wright.      5375  .   .ram.'H   R.    McLaren     3280  IMuicjin    McArthur      .1 oh n    Kr;iH>'i'       It.   S.   Ri-nnie      ' '(-orge    I >a vin           W.   li.   Pool,   .VI.   O" Donniil,  '.'.'. 111.un    Waldie         Jr.    II.   f-Miallcriberger      11         II.     '.-lllil iir:,ii#������  i ,x'J.'  S'W'Ol.r'1'g      IV      Lt)Cl(L    -Jt.,   .      ,    ' ',       '   '���������      I ' r  .   '. r..r..     \I1 TIC  ii.m! .!.-.:.-..���������. f:i;:':!::.y  ki'lijinc.' Gold   M. Ar   M  KooliiM.v Pr.ri..in/.a Mlnen  Kootenay Bonanza MineM  H. Is. n.uiiinonil  I...Ml"     Will  1..   II    lleV.I.ei-  l-infiile .1    I>.   Mi I-tlfii  W/i,     II.    I'lo-rr'./l,   .1     I'1  U\ H. Si.en.Hl. .1. .-'. M.iilli  et   nl....  fro .  I.IM  U.I  Ltd.  Irll lie  ���������I  ll'ill     w  11,11  ���������t    ;,l  I  I     .-'t.'A.ll'     <       I'llUlll  i I i  Moil..-.  i'.i'  TI.OH      III  TimII <'n-.  KooO liny  \r\>.   Mn,ini  Ai'thor    I'.  f.rrfli-    .'lll.-.ep    ''re.lt     .Mill  'i IK 11  U  Mi,1,1.  Moiiii ii/..,  4   I    O  'I're,,,  .1 im ,  are (1. M. I'  . i.ol  I .r|ill If  Krl  oiiin;  '.||o..  A nii-rlea i>  lii.'kel  Iho,,  ll'lir  ,,t<  WIII  t < r r   , , 4 i  5573  43������1  1134 2  5477  104 05  I001H  0612  iKUin   10610  l<i 11747  "I.'k'.  4������5������  '.<���������.������: (7  ''���������l'X\  \\m  5202  .������i������ii  IlKIH  1317  .frlH  ���������.sum  VJ'.tr,  u:wh  r.p.:^  II.'U  :i:,(i.-,  ..'.I i  4'.-Ml  '.ilia  ���������.mm;  ��������� ��������� i'. i  :,-jo:i  Taxes to  50t*a JuSie,  44.00  v u���������e, IS!  27.75  16.50  63.75  ��������� 5.50  57.50  24.50  21.25  36.00  13.50  51.00  46.00  31.50  61.25  35.00  34.00  41.00  62.50  43.75  2.50  9.75  36.75  2.25  50 00  6L25  37.50  oe  t\t\  xU'-.\JSJ  12.50  11.00  13.00  2.00  35.00  50.00  16.25  52.50  52.00  62.50  21.00  47.50  52.00  40.00  26.00  38.75  37.50  46.25  1S.50  33.75  18:75  8.00  45.00  6.75  29.25  65.00  65.00  13.00  53.75  7.50  33.75  9.00  52.00  24.75  21.00  23.75  ' . 63.75  8.50  11.75  70.00  39.00  24.00  39.00  21.75  2.50  33.75  2.25  6.50  25.00  39.00  39.00  39.00  65.00  41.00  26.25  8.50  11.00  49.00  55.00  19.00  52.00  12.50  37.00  33.75  9.75  21.25  IK.75  38.75  20.U0  ���������17.00  20.00  52.00  39.0(1  27.00  ���������.ii.iiii  45.00  4 5.00  111.25  21.00  14.50  '.' t. r, f i  n ���������.!.:* 5  It, 50  1 2.50  19.00  It'. (K.  ������������ i\ i\ i\  1.1  1(0  9.00  1 1.00  SH.vr.  11.25  r,n.7r.  37 MO  K5.00  '.'..", ������'������li  :'.:' .'..ii  Costs  2.75  2.75  2.75  2.75  2.75  2.75  2.75  2.75  2.75  2.75  2.75  2.75  2.75  2.75  2.75  2.75  2.75  2.75  2.75  2.75  2.75  2.75  2.75  2A~  2.75  2.75  9.  7K  2l75  2.75  2.75  2.75  2.75  2.75  2.75 -  2.75  2.75  2.75  -~0 I u  2.75  2.75  2.75  ~\hW  2.75  2.75  2.75  2.75  2.75  2.75  2.75  2.75  2.75  2.75  2.75  2.75  2.75  2.75  2.75  2.75  2.75  2.75  2.75  2.75  2.75  2.75  2.75  2.75  2.75  2.75  2.75  2.75  2.75  2.75  2.75  2.75  2.75  2.75  2.75  2.75  2.75  2.75  2.75  2.75  2.75  2.75  2.75  2.75  2.75  2.75  2.75  2.75  2.75  ' 2.75  2.75  2.75  2.75  2.75  2.75  2.75,  2.75  2.7!i  2.75  -a, t ������(  2.75  2.75  2.75  2.75  ���������1.7 5  ",7r,  2.75  2.75  '.!.7r.  2.75  ::.i:i  :>. vr,  I'.vr.  ���������.���������..'iu  2.75  '.' 75  "V,  2.75  Votal  46.75  30.50  19.25  66.50  S.25  60.25  27.25  24.00  1.4. 0,0  -O.   I  It  16.25  63.75  48.75  34.25  64.00  37.75  36.75  43.75  65.25  46.50  5.25  12.50  39.50  5.00  52.75  64.00  40.25  27.75  15.25  13.75  15.75  ������. ID  37.75  52.75  19.00  . 55.25  54.75  65.25  23.75  50.25  54.75  42.75  28.75  41.50  40.25  49.00  22.25  36.50  2i:50  10.75  47.75  9.50  32.00  67.75  67.75  15.75  56.50  10.25  36.50  11.75  54.75  27.50  23.75  2G.50  .    66.50  11.25  14.50  72.75  41.75  26.75  ���������11.75  24.50  5.25  3������.li0  5.00  9.25  27.75  41.75  41.75  41.75  67.75  43.75  29.00  11.25  13.75  51.75  57.75  21.75  54.75  15.25  39.75  30.50  12.50  24.00  21.50  ���������11.50 -  22.75  411.75  22.75  54.75  11.111  29.75  17.75  47.75  61.00  23.75  17.25  r!7.!������!"..  35.00  11.25  15.25  21. IU  pi.rr.  ���������i" wi.  , ,i.v a  .75  11  /TV   Jt.   <t -^   ~      -S.  ������uw  GRE&TON   -   -   B.O.  m _**JOP8!8 OF ^  L.AND ACT, AiSENQMlENT  Pre-emption now confined to surveyea  lands only. ' "  Records will be granted covering only  land suitable for agricultural purposes  and which Is non-timber latid.  Partnership* pre-emptions abolished,  hut parties of not more than four may  arrange for adjacent pre-emptions, with  joint residence, but each making necessary improvements on rsspeciUvs elsinsB*  Pre-emptors must occupy claims for  five years and. make improvements to  value of $10 per acre, including clearing  and cultivation of at least 6 acres, before receiving Crown Grant.  Where pre-emptor in occupation not  less than 3 years, and has made proportionate improvements, he may; because  of ill-health or other cause, be granted  intermediate certlflcata of improvement  and transfer his claim. '  -Records without permanent residence  may be issued provided applicant makes  improvements to extent of $800 pe^an*'  num and records same each year, "rail-  ure to make improvements or Yecora  same will operate as forfeiture. Title  cannot be obtained on these claims in  less than 5 years, with improyementajwr  $10 per acre, including 5 aOi.es c.^rcc  and cultivated, and residence 01 at  least 2 years. _       ��������� ��������� ���������" *_��������� _  Pre-emptor holding Crown Grant may  reco'-d another pre-emption, -If ne re-  ouires land in " conjunction with ais  farm, without actual occupation, provided statutory improvements made ana  residence maintained on Crown graD*������*  We recommend  Chase & Sanborn's  Jameson's  Empress  Morning Uriory  Palm  ���������all in One-Pound tins.������8  Try a pound of  BEST BULK. COFFEE  OUB, BULK 60e. TEA  cannot be excelled.  $$������  Uusurveyed areas, not exceeding -v  acres, may be leased as hpmesites;  title to he obtained after fulfilling residential and improvement conditions.  For grazing and industrial ourppses,  areas exceeding 640 acres may be leased  by one person or company.  PRE-EMPTOftS5 FREE GRANTS ACT.  The scope of this Act is enlarged to  Include all persons joining and serving-  with His Majesty's Forces. The time  vithin which the heirs or devisees of a  deceased pre-emptor may apply. ���������������������  title under this Act is extended, from  oi.e year from the death of such person,  as formerly, until one year after the-  conclusion of the present war. This  privilege is also made retroactive.  TONA.MS- **E PROPERTY ALLOTMENT  ������.- ACT.  rrovision   is   made   for  the  gran,  to  persons   ' olding     uncompleted   Agreements i~ Purchase from the Crown of  such proportion of the land, if divisible,  as   the   payments    already    made  will'  cover In proportion to the sale price of  the whole parcel.    Two or more persons  holding such  Agreements    may    group  their Interests and apply for a proportionate  allotment jointly.     If   it  is not  considered advisable to divide tue land  covered by an application for a proportionate allotment, an allotment of land  of equal value selected from available  *-._0...j,   ;a.r,ds  in    the    locality   may. be  made." These allotments are conditional  upon  payment of    all  taxes    due    the  Crown   or   to    any    municipality.    The  rights    of    oersons   io  whom   the  purchaser from" the Crown has ugreea to  sell are also protected.    The decision of  the Minister of Lands in respect to the  adjustment of a proportionate allotment  is final     t*i������������ time for making application   'or  these  allotments^Is  limited  to  the 1st day of May. 1919.    Any application - made  after  this  date  will  not  be  considered.    These  allotments  apply  to  town lots and lands of the Crown sold  at public auction.  For information apply to any Provincial  Government Agent or to  G. B. NADEN. '  Deputy Minister of Land 1.  Victoria. 8   O   _.jlB___ 1  W~w~m w^ ^������5 a  jff Sb E 11 H1 %M  in LiimbeF  Canyon City Lumber Company  LIMITED  a  T-Y^^���������ntnlmff"J"r,*^"''^'l''^'^'''*'^'''~**OT','^,,WMM^M^ll'  THE CANADIAN BANK  _���������^  -i :       -������������������-   ���������*"*���������������   mx        <r *i       M f~���������I tr%.   ~S*m\ "IT"'*-  SIR EDMU\'D WA'A'.ZX  C.V.O.. LL.D., D.C.L. President  CAPITAL l*A!D UP. ^.iS.OOO.OOO  SIR .JOHN AIRD. C������ner���������l TAxt,x~rr  H. V. F. JONES. Ass't Gcn'l. Mioa:  rr  \. s-  rUND.  ix~t-l\J  ri.  I .    M ���������������  Xr  \iii  w ivi as  m f       xry i-v, -r~T T������-r-,.-T, d~*  irmi.1.   ir    m  in.7r.  fti.r������o  11.00  r.o.r.o  ir, 7r.  ?.!i.7r.  -lAU  '.!!!. 7 r,  'It.  Th  money  cosU is  e r.vj^t convciiient way i,f vcv.vA\\..* :mn\\ su  ii by ihe Moi*������cy Orders sold by this Dan!:.  0.CC0  ir, of  Tha  follows:  .������ in. 1  '"i  nnd  i...*i'>  .13  i'i.  v % 7 x;v-7.;v T-irviiv  s i -a 1 >i x \ x X ��������� x   I  Mj'^tn'f.'M' (U'iv.A.iAx  \\r:\uc\y  ������Miimn'n'iminiimntniiuiiiiiiWi[iii|������M wiiw'liwii  ������-������.iMii.lir������iJi.iwii.r������,r������u������������r)iiii������nil>iin'|Mni|i|mi|||i^Mmiiii  11  "'th '  1 in ( 1 jui mm  1.    11 ur 1 muni.1  iaai[r���������������T|ff|ffff,.|r._rnffl|W1ft|||p|r|||)m  mmm������ mwmmm~m^:i~~<-������^^^^  "'"'""        '" ���������'">~������*r*l������r^-t.������rt������������������������������M^ _--- ��������� ���������������������������Jl..^,,,, ^ |||_| |(| ) f .....Jl^^^ THIS    rtftfi^8*i-*,-%B-'-B5Bl'P%:������affBlS������  i he. iiii������diuiintvic>n  ntW������IHl*i|'������������W������lli/|l  Issued every Friday at Oreston, B.C  Subscription : 92 a year in advance;  $2.50 to U.S. points.  C. P. Hates, Editor and Owner'  CRESTON. B.C.~FRIDAY, JAN. 24  Wi WWm Wm������*\ a  i  The attention of those interested  is called to the announcement eise-  wVioyg ijn   ������-b*a ioeu_ nf a    ���������mogfiijey qtj  Saturday night to discuss and, if  thought prudent, to organize the  Creston Valley branch of the Great  War Veterans Association.  With over a hundred of our former citizens participating in the  great war, a considerable number  of whom will shortly oe back again  to reside, undoubtedly this section  is entitled to have a "full-fledged  branch of this great soldiers' organization,  and  already   there   are  thc already-suggested form of a  main building for the fall fair  grounds* which could bs used as a  rink* as well as for public gather-  ings of various sorts. When the  project is finally launched we hope  a little time will be given in which  to receive suggestions and thresh  out their merits, and for the enlightening of the public in this  matter The Review will always  try to find space.  J^b '.*_B_.-:__  >_W<JS?2SS_sCw^w  5RS  If a suggestion is not out of order  The Review would like to call attention to the wisdom of having the  agricultural association annual  meeting at a Very early date to the  end that the committees who will  be entrusted with the making up  of  the   prize list may get busy if  , A     lrxrx  IIVZULA . LJXr.  T<lxrx    .xx.r-rx.x0x-.     rxC    tlxrx     r,:*,.  xuc tii^nr'iCj ui iji.ld situ  ation is in connection with the  ladies' work section of the. list.  The   next   three   months  will   be  I HEREBY GIVE NOTICE that on Monday, the 3rd day of February, 1919, ^at the ho*p <J* 10  o'clock in the forenoon, at the Court House. Kelson, I shall offer for sale at public n^^emn*���������  claime in the list hereinafter set out of the persons in the said hst hereinafter se*o out ior ^*^u J^J  unpaid by said persons on the 30th day of -June, 1918, and for costs and expenses, rf the total amount due  is not sooner paid.  The Collector wiii be pleased to receive any information respecting the ;������llo^������ l\8^W^^  owner is a   member of the   Allied Forces and entitled to  the benefits   of  Section  29  ot   the laxation  Amendment Act, 1918. -^-^.-rTrM^-k-  EDWARD FERGUSON,  Acting Assessor and Collector.  Dated at Nelson, B.C.; this 24th day of December, 1918.  enough   veterans home to proceed | about the least strenuous that the  average ranch home will experience  and if fancy work is to be done at  ail it will have to be got on-with  largely in the winter and early  spring period. Now the war is  over and there is some considerable  let np in the make of Red Cross  and soldiers supplies, the needlework habit may be turned to articles on which prizes will be given  at the 1919 exhibition. With possibly a Eiore extensive tist oi sections to the fancy work department  all possible time should be allowed  prospective competitors to get  ready for the fair.  with organization.  The need of this association cannot be denied, and with the troops  returning by the thousands every  month pressing matters���������in the ad-  justmes;t of which the local veterans' voice should be heard���������are already to the fore* and are being accentuated with the arrival of each  and every transport. Under the  circumstances, it seems to us, no  time should be lost in effecting organization.  As affecting themselves personally some of the local returned soldiers have matters that need adjusting; and in the battlement of  which the backing of an influential  branch  of  the   G.W.V. A.   means  -.AftTF. OS* C&AXZS  Arlington     .'..  Arlington  Fraction    Alice  Annie Slay  _..  Albermarle Fraction   Alice  Fraction  ..;   OVS-B  ... Blairmore Coal Lands, Ltd  _  Blairmore Coal Lands, Ltd.  ...  Alexander, G., Forster, H. ,.  ...  John, Sol  Alexandria   ..  Annie Maud  Archer  London & Rossland Syn.  ...  Proctor, Thomas G.    .... Fowler, S. S.  ���������_  ...  Fowler, S. S.    McArthur,   D^  April Fool No. 2 Fraction  Annie        Powys, Arthur *W.  Swed"bergy_J. P.  Rand,'aT'E., Lennie, R. S.,  Wragge, E. C.  ~mO%  No.   3648  3649  '. 1928  '   . 3689  ZZ.. 3842  '"  4969  "     2162   2165   4210   3202    8058       407  S.,  Atlantic    ;..���������   Rand, A. E., Lennie, R,  vy'ragge, S. C.    Amethyst    _ ; :  Malcolm,   James        Bid      ... ..       _        ��������� _    Kootenay  Bonanza Mines,  Ltd.     Berlin '       *"*       "   .    ���������Z..Z.   Kootenay Bonanza Mines, Ltd.  .���������.; 8251  ������209  "10580  901  Brittania  Berne  Black Watch .   Broad  Axe     Ben Hassen  ...  Bi-Metal!ic   ...  Boundary  No.   1  Blind Canyon ___.  Bonner  in that the  local soldier can more  rnndil\r Yiex   rrt.t.   in    f./\nr>li   ���������curif.Vi   Kxr   o.   .T        O ���������       ���������" 7,0. ..-.,.������       xrj        x~  local organization than would be  the case if the organization at Nelson or Cranbrook was attend ing to  matters.  t ' d.~...-x   x~~   ir.xu-- ��������� ;i���������i.:i:*.-  JxlLlLJLJlLlxXHtii    IUU,   IS'llllO OiVi-SlCbLJllllLy  of such an organization to lead the  way, possibly, in these parts inthe  working out of the various economic measures that'must very shortly  be put into effect, more especially  to re-absorb returned fighters back  into civil life and employment.  The   veterans'   association    can  alsCbpi particularly helpful in furthering  all  effort to get  on with  Kootenay   Flats  reclamation.     In  all B.C. there is not another project  that will   help   more   effectively in  taking care  of  returned  men.    If  drainage work is proceeded with it  furnibiiow   em ploy men t,   and   with  the work done many thousands of  acres of the best land in the Domin-  . -.-I      ��������� * J 1     1 x- ��������� *1  ion Wiuii ������n iu6Hi iocaiiiOii is available for soldier settlement.  The Valley veterans need the  G,W.V.A.5 and for both practical  and sentimental reasons can look  with confidence for the heartiest  .support of all our citizens.  ���������IBS lit/on tuna  crmfinr  OOUBUC  tsruce   Fraction  Cumberland      Cleopatra      Courtiand   Copper   Queen   .  Canadian   King       Kootenay Bonanza Mines, Ltd. 3253  ' ." Heckman, M., Harrop, E. &2881  ���������      Kootenay Bonanza Mines, Ltd.  4146   .  Canadian King, C. G. M. Co., Ltd.    4198   ��������� New North Fork Gold Mining Co.    3633  "  Dyer,   Ed.    4622  ..���������.:...  McDonald, J. H.  (Et Al.)   1944       Lafferty, G. A, '���������'. ... ������������������ . 3771  Z���������Z. Porter, "David" G. and Jacob'gZ'ZZ. 6296     Lennie,   R.   S  , 10602     Mahon,   Ed.   ���������..     S04    The  Exchequer Gold Mining,  Limited  Liability  __^     ..  Trail  Creek Hidden Treasure  Gold   Mining   Co.     _  Baltimore G. M. & D. Co. .._  Curfew      Centennial    .  Centre  Star  Crowfoot      Comstock   ._    387  _. 3436  ...    .. 3429      The Canadian King Mining Company,   Foreign      4196  ���������   Maione and Tregillus    5034    Sibbald, John 5386  _     DeVeber, L. B.    _ 3766  Z.     .... Lafferty, G. A.   3770  Mothelode Sheep Creek Mining  Wise and Qtfoerwl&e  In his presidential address at tho  annual meeting of tho Creston  Board of' Trade ��������� retiring president  Spoors made a timely suggestion in  calling attention to the faot that  the timo had arrived when effort  should be made to got on with tho  orootion of a suitable memorial to  those from tho Valley who had  nerved thc Dominion in any way in  m-    ,  tho great war. With the prospective organization of a Groat War  Veterans Association, under whoso  Mpooial juriRdintion Hurth n.n effort  proporly comes, wo soem to be in a  fair way to at least get the matter  u.'HmiH.v before tho citizeno In  other towns the snbjeot i������ much to  the lore and all KortH of Hiiggeutionu  aro boing made hb to tho form tho  memorial nhonld take ;   mxoh innti-  It was a pleasure to find, last Sunday, the citizens of Oreston Vaiiey  commemorating the declaration of  the cessation of hostilities, which occurred on November 11th. Although  the weather was most inclemeut,  there was an excellent turnout at the  united service of thanksgiving held in  the town's largest hall. The spirit  evinced throughout the entire service  was a yery happy one, and showed  the unanimity of feeling which had  prompted the people of the town and  surrounding eonntry to face, any inconvenience in order to ensure the  success af their service.  Rev. Mr. McCord, pastor of the  Presbyterian church, directed the proceeding!, read the scripture lesson and  conducted the prayers while Rev. J.  S. Mahood of the Church of England,  and Rev. Dr. Ferguson, superintendent of Presbyterian missions, delivered the addresses. The former speaker's theme was "The influence of the  church through its perpetuation of the  ���������1 .0    4-% .I,**..      I...! f Xi. ..      ...��������� x.    X���������       r.  luea Oi uou, m urmguif^ im- ������v������n. m. a  successful issue, and establishing the  principles upon which the civilization  of the world is baaed. Dr. Ferguson  brought the memory of the congregation baek to the struggles of the first J  seven divisions at Mons, who played  such an outstanding part ir*. bringing  about the final defeat of tho enemy.  He dealt further on the religious life  Germany, which the doctor declared  was moulded on the same lines as their  military and civil life. It was against  tne idea of the domination of the  world by German ideals and German  thought that the Allies fought. The  singing of tho ccngregution, which  was led by an efficient choir, was  hearty and good. Many have since  expressed the hope that united services nlonn; similar lines held frnni'time  to time would be of great benefit to  the community, Byhtanijioh.  Calgary       Colombia  Camp   View     ,   Colorado        Daylight         Directorate" ~ Z.  Directorate   Fraction  Dom in ion    ._ _..  Exchequer    ..   Epoch      Evening Star    Eclipse      Emerald    ���������..  Exchange   ....  .*;;  Ouiiipaiy  Lennie, -K. S.,_"Rand, A. E.,  Wragge, m. C.    Amas,  Harry,  Pool,  Alexander,  Devlin, George R.    Devlin, G. R., O'Brien, J. S. B.,  Dushenay, A. O., Gore, C. H. ..  Johnson.  Archie  M  .   42GS  8870  10029  .    634  907  Eldorado      ���������    Mother Lode Sneeep Crc    Kootenay  Bonanza Mines,  Ltd.  __   Delight Gold Mining Co., Ltd. ....... 4206    Blairmore Coal Lands, Ltd.   4442    Blairmore Coal Lands, Ltd. 4882     Mother Lode Sheep Creek Gold  ~-  Mining Co.  ...: ���������;. ;....._.,  8815    The Exchequer Gold Mining Company, Limited Liability...:. j 391      Erl.   Syndicate    ��������� ____ 2459*"^      Swedberg,  J.  P., Willson, W.  H.       2014    Ferland,   Arthur    _   3674     Macdonald, "W*m. A. ...J....  .:... 2907    The Pilot Gold Mining and Mineral   Company   ���������    3451  Elkhorn    ��������� ������������������.   Edward  D _ _.  Eureka   ��������� _   Flossie   R.  Company _  8346  .   Irvine,   Fred    _    9175  ���������  Amas, H.. Pool, A., Devlin, G  8872  .. Kootenay Bonanza Mines.Limited 3255  Dyer, E. J. _���������._ _:..:,    4620  noHsie   rv _    ltjci, jj. v.         Fee   Donald ���������.:..  Blairmore Coal Lands, Ltd    5124  Free   Silver    _ :  McDonald, "W. A., Thompson, P.N.  Johnson, A. M., Benwell, May L. 2902  Fairvlew     :   McDonald, W. A. Thompson, P.N..  Johnson. A. M., Fenwell, May   L. 2903  Falls   View  Waterlow, G. S 4997  Gold  Hill    _   Swedberg, J. P., Holm, J  4792  Golden   West      Motherlode Sheep Creek Gold Min-  ^ ing Company  ���������  8816  Golden   Chain     Lennie, R. S.   4154  Golden Era Lennie, R. S  415a  Glasgow  Shallanhorger, H. H 6509  Glasgow,  No.  1  Fraction   Shallanherger, H. H_ <>tUl  Golden  Rod       .  Shallanbcrger, H. H CfiOo  Golden   Fleece . Shallanhergcr, H. H 6607  Grand View          "       Kootenay  Bonanza, Ltd  685-  Goodenough      Stewart, Mrs, Janet     392  Goldengate London & Rossland B. C. Syndicate 2934  Grand  Prize " '""  Kootenay  Bonanza  Mines,  Ltd ar.n������>  Gold  Bell          Kootenay Bonanza Mines, Ltd.  Great Western '.  Kootenay  Bonanza Mines,  Ltd.  Great  Eastern    '. '.  Kootenay   Bonanza  Mines,   Ltd  3592  4155  4148  '4i5f  Trail curling club has a membership  of (M) this year.  Nelson operated  its   one-car   street  i������i/,l.v.v> .A .i lo:.,:; of l).?..ri)~ hv.d ye.-xr.  CATTLE ASTRAY  UIVUI.     i'rriaiuiil       .         - ,    Golden  Star Kootenay  Bonanza  Mines, Ltd.    3594  Golden   Standard  Kootenay  Bonrtnza   Mines,   Ltd    4158  Gold Tip   Kootenay  Bonanza  Mines,  Ltd.    4157  Gr^nt A\rnst������rn"Fra������tion  Kootenay Bonanza Mines,  Ltd.    4779  Gold  Standard   Z. '.  Tho Canadian Kins Mining Com-  ��������� pany,   Foreign     4199  Good    Hope Fraser,  John .,  4382  Golden Giant   Reliance Gold Mining and M.  Company, Ltd.   4655  Gold   Bell Rcl'.iinco Gold  Mining and  M.  Company, Ltd.  ���������    1G57  Good Hope No. 1 Fraction  Fraser, John    4383  Gilford        Thc Now Erie Mountain Mining   ���������   "' Company      4624  Golden   Cross  Thc Forty Nine Creek Mining  ��������� Company,   Ltd ���������  4388  Golden   Queen      Jones,   EmlUo     5284  Grey   Copper    .   '   ..    Waterlow, George S  4999  Gibraltar    ZZZZ.    Fowler,   S.   S.     2104  Gray   Eatflo       Campbell,   8  1488  Gold Note     Reliance  Gold  Mining and  Milling Company, Limited      G1C  Government . .   Valpari:;o Gold  Mliilni;  Co.    -STiftS  Gipsoy     '.".ZZZZ '.ZZZZ '  Powys. A. V  'I^OO  Gr������n<l   Frnetlnnal   Kootenay   Bonanza  Mines,   Ltd  2113  Humming   Bird          Baltimore G.  M.  &  I>.  C,  Ltd     3 12S  Highland   Chiof  '          Heckman,  M., and Harrop,  E  2880  Henry   Clnv ... Sostiid,  A., Schmidt, G .C,    Miller,    .1.        4200  Hungry   Man     Curtis.  Smith,   Uenora  MlneH,   Ltd   40h3  Houlton      New Erie Mining Company   4626  Horseshoe      Kootenay   Bonanza  Mines,   Ltd  2235  Hamilton .".".'..'  Katie  D.  Green  Gold  Mining Company   5470  Out- mi>oU-.y cow with i.tar un' forehead, white stoekiiigH on hind feet,  lower part of tail while. And one  yearling heifer name as above but with  Hiiiall horns.    Howard to parly giving  HUIIIUI.IUII!!    II  .U4III/.,    k(l   .II.'..   . ..     .11    till  animain ~-V!<rmH OAUH. CreHton.  COLTS LOST  Two  brown  2-year  old coltii���������-mare  ���������iiitionn  y..'   "blit! librjiri'1!!  li!.'-:,,,it  ..Im    ..���������>.l.*'.' ������mi",w/n  nhutiiH' rVnlts! ,.,m.1   ������e,,,i,1������-.   ,���������������!<);   branded   lilt  * ' ill!   nniMivr   wi  >i^i><>>>|"    ....... ���������;.;;;;:  .lui.uv  are   mentioned    any one   of which! two months ago on  Huts  below  the  would not come una.,:, uoiv.     S'or. j ;;^.\ '^'^ *,^irf,,<.\wir,'('Uvei'v.t  ',!,!;,��������� !.>.���������'   '\:.' '���������.'.������������������r.'."rrA   v,,,i.ht   .-!���������;.    \ppl\- l\ >M'tir, *'r<-^o>������.  rioilUiMiuin;       Happy  .lack '.   II l^llilllKl    C'l'i:t       Homestaltc      HIllHlde       HiiHtlngH        ��������� Iron   Arm      Imperial   Fraction  Tnrr'M'Mon  Itnpel'llll      Inkerman      Iron   ('up      Independence    Iron  Silver     Jntenintlnrml  liili'iiiul lon.il   No.   1.  .Um  Crow     ji'lilllC]       .1.   M.   11   .1,'jinlo   i,ln������l  Juno      ,i ii |iil vi         .loiter        lol.lll.V'  Ki������llM|l.!ll    Krvul nia Htar  iciiil- i.r iin- pWi-Mt  Mrnlerlow.   G.   S.                                            . 499K  Wilson  and  Hwedberg   2555  I!i-ill::li T.Ion <:   ?.V 1>. *>> .wxi  Port������M\  1>. G. and J. C  6297  Hunter. H.  A.,  Lnrnon, Oie.   10442  Shalleithi-rger,   II.   II.     6591*  Canadian  King  Mining Co  4197  1'.  N.  Thompnon, Jan.  Adamson S2H'l  A.  W.   Smith     5472  .Iiiii.h  r. ;swimHm;ir,  ">*��������� ^  S.   S.   Fowler     2103  Campbell   Sweeney              . . 14>������7  Moth* r   Lode ,<i.  !Uu>ep  Crock  Mlnltuf  Co  SS17  It.   S.   Lennie                  .     . tl'.l  ���������m .*  ��������� O  II. II.HInilIunlxirtfiir ii������i"������'.  II. II. .Sluil!.i.nl������������'i-������������!i- ir,\<)  10.   Million     4ttJ  Kootenay   Bonanza   Mines.   Ltd <*h<*  Kootenay   llonany.a    Mlaeti,   Ltd. .*)'-  Tiondon .M- Uotiitland  It. C. Syn. 29,13  The   Juno   Ml..���������������:<.   T/d 11*-,i  K.   1>    rirccn   G.   M.   Ar   IV   Co..   Ltd. r.tC.s  !l!<'1>.:'.r'l   It    Vhrmn,   I'.   Stuelc :>.iv>  ltiinU   of   Montreal rt'.'t'rx  i. ooi 1'iiit >    i -1 -it.* in.i\.   *..\i......   X,'.,'.. '.'.'.''.  K'ootenav   Honnir/.a   Mlnen,   l.iii. ���������! M .  .I.rl.ii    l'iiv,'( r                                     ' tr.-.'l  'l  III1     .1 11 l������.r     ..I I ��������� !���������������{>,      ijiii. .....  ( 'oiil iiuii'.l on  I"n������.���������;.: .1  Taxes to  30th Sxxxxe, 1918  $31.50  S.25  18.75  55.00  9.00  ���������    56.25  53.75  ��������� 48.75  8.50  41.25  34.00  14.00  18.00  49.00  18.75  31.25  21.25  7.50  51.25  18.00  11.75  23.00  13.00  30.00  47.50  .50  10.50  64.50  50.00  57.50  17.50  16.00  32.50  21.00  52.00  36.00  65.00  23.75  50.00  26.25  21.00  8.25  3.25  48.00  21.00  40.00  24.75  31.00  24.75  11.50  22.50  30.00  7.50  26.00  38.25  21.00  29.25  12.00  46.00  12.00  39.00  44.00  48.75  16.25  24.00  24.00  25.00  4.75  30.00  11.25  ** r>   <>~  VxXxJ.-dx*  50.00  43.75  48.75  55.00  35.00  22.50  21.50  42.50  51.25  60.00  17.50  46.25  37.50  52.00  12.75  32.50  11.50  36.2.r.  4-5. on  .IS. 75  38.75  31.25  12.50  1S.T.0  30.00  57.50  3S.7S  - 62.50  13.00.  22.00  r,r. :>:.  ������r. on  49.00  ur..no  15.O0  ,1K.2.r.  4 3.75  cZ-,:'.  9.50  15.00  i r>.<ni  .cr.  '.MH������  20.0(1  i i.i>r.  Ill    ". Tf  4 f. 00  r.o oo  ���������i .ii  t I  mi  11  '_'.'.  Costs  $2.75  2.75  2.75  2.75  2.75  2.75  2.75  2.75  2.75  2.75  2.75  2.75  2.75  2.75  2.75  2.75  2.75  2.75  2.75  2.75  2.75  2.75  2.75  2.75  2.75  2.75  2.75  2.75  2.75  2.75  2.75  2.75  2.75  2.75  2.75  2.75  2.75  2.75  3.75  2.75  2.75  2.(5  2.75  2.75  2.75  2.75  2.75  2.75  2.75  2.75  2.75  2.75  2.75  2.75  2.75  2.75  2.75  2.75  2.75  *2.75  2.75  2.75  2.75  2.75  2.75  2.75  2.75  2.75  2.75  2.75  2.75  ���������> 75  2.75  2.75  2.75  2.75  2.75  2.75  2.75  2.75  2.75  2.75  2.75  2.75  2.75  2.75  2.75  2.7T.  2.75  2.75  ~A~  2.75  2.75  :������ 7T.  2.7.r.  2.7.r.  2.75  2.75  2.75  **   "Trx  2.7 r.  ~. i ���������>  2.75  2.7.'������  2.7.".  Total  '$34.75  11.00  21.50  57.75  11.75  59.00  56.50  51.50  11.25  44.00  36.75  16.75  20.75  51.75  21.50  34.00  24.00  10.25  54.00  20.75  14.50  25.75  1*5.75  32.75  OV,-i)  3.25  13.25  67.25  52.75  60.25  20.25  28.75  35.25  23.75  54.75  "12.5*  r.S.75  (*.���������}.'. 5  6775  25.5(*-  52.75  ��������� 29.05  23.75  11.00  50.75  23.75  42.75  V 27.50  \33.75  27.50  14.25  25.25  32.75  10.25  28.75  41.00  23.75  32.00  14.7H  4S.75  14.75  41.75  46.7:*.  51.50  19.03  26.75  26.75  27.75  7.50  32.75  14.00  39.00  52.75  40.50  51.50  ��������� 57.75  37.75  25.25  24.2"������  45.25  54.00  62.75  20.25  49.00  40.25  54.75  15.50  35.25  14.25  39.00  , ��������� ��������� r  ID. I Jl  u.r.o  41.50  34.00  15.?.S  '~\A.  32.75  <50.25  41.50  65.25  15.75  24.7'.  r.������i un  ������7.7r.  r.i. 75  1.7.75  17.75  11.00  37.50  ���������   4 ,   *  .1  C.C.. 00  1 2.2f.  17.7.".  I'J.OO  11.75  22.75  14.00  :i2.00  IK.7.'.  I ���������.'  13.  I I.Oil  .|:'^^il||  ������-*���������''' _BB_^pm^ffjiH���������!_Bji  r-n-jSTtmmmmmmmm  ���������~c BH-HmtSBH-i  nw~rWm  r*^ ESuuuSuisflaB-f-i  ^tf~~l%WMx%W-im:kl~M , , , ,  usmimmmmm~ms^  *|M*������WWertMi������*"ttl.*HI'Wrf|~������*l������ 1l*.k-0M (ilmUl fflinvm-l -~w-~~-~mS~m-Jm~m  illl'W WMW-WW WI  mi M^ii'iiitiaiiyiii.iM^iillilWIllllll  !#%(w������!rJ������������*<IWril������������l^  Wiimmtsim^-W0m~m*^ ������ si j  ���������j������������^*jim%<5i^  gJil!iMgill88IS������^^  iM������.iiilil������������l.������tii<l..i������������r������iii^iiMWuB������4li������^  Ur^wi^������^^''1i^ii.wrrffTWrr^ri^  -���������   i un .iiiiiiii������h>iiiiiiiui������������ i������������������iniini������iiiiiiimiiiiiiii)iiiii������iiiiin mum-mmmmm0H0������.mmmmi~���������iix0ii0mi00mmim  WWw^flsWP ^^Rfflpffil^s  SIS  ~mr~-\mu~~-mmMk%m0^^ riTp-|3������  BEYI__Wt    CRESTON,    B,   "ft:  ���������i������r  1  &.Z:  I  I  i  .'t;:  -���������������rtjrxstamm^smmmmmm  i^^mnijuiiaiiiiiiiitiiiHaiiiH' Itii.  j^f/mym/m^mm   y/f/7Ms5Za  A Picture  -with Each Purchase  Bach time you buy a package  of Ingram's Toilet aids or Per-  fame your druggist will give you,  without charge, a large portrait  of a world-famed motion picture  actress. Each time you get a  different portrait so you make a  collection for your home.    Ask  Faee. Powder  You need never be emb������i������ass������u by ~~  oily, shiny skin. Just apply a light  touch of Ingram's Velveola Souveraine  Face Pawdsr. It is so delicately textured that you can scarcely see it an<J  yet it hides tiny blemishes and gives  the complexion a smooth, soft appearance. It adheres until washed off even  though the skin becomes moist from  perspiration.   50c.  Ingram's Milkweed Cream is an ideal  preparation for softening and cleansing  the skie and keeping the eomplesion  clear and youthful looldns. It has a pronounced therapeutic quality that 'tones up"  the complexion. Two size*, 50c andgl. There  is a complete line of Ingram's toilet aide, Including Zodenta for the teeth (25c), at your  druggist's.  not "registered." prisoners ot war  camps. No doubt the German hopes  to prove by the absence of registers  that prisoners of war arc not employed behind thc line.-* and within  thc range of guns. Thc mass of evidence against this, however, is already overwhelming. The other  point to be noted is that Russians  are being compelled to work under  fire behind the line on the western  front. Thi** German -conception of  peace is worth remembering.  ;;>;;;".siHi;i;u;riii;iiiiiimm  i YOUR TRIP TO TORONTO���������       I  No matter' -what its mission, will yield more pleasure if 'your accommodation,  iiere is to your iikisig. We appreciate the Patronage oJ Westerner*, being 'a-sss  the West ourselves. We will provide jiou with every home comfort, nerMce that  takes care^of the most minute details and meals at rates eo reasonable that you  will be surprised. "Flu" Contagion ia Impossible, as every f > ii fumigated  each day, ail under the supervision oi a graduate nurse. Toronto's ������***raoiii Hctsls  are both within a minute s walk of the Union Deoct anu a few minutes' walk  from the shopping centre. Give your baggage checks to one of our portera ~~\~  meet all trains. .���������."���������-  your druggist.  F. F. Ingram Co., Windsor, Ontario  (118)  King and Queen  At U. S. Hospital  Converse With Scores of the Patients  Who Cheer Them  Heartily  King George, accompanied by  Queen Mary and Princess Mary paid  a visit to the big American base hospital at Dartfort, eighteen miles from  London. Thcy were escorted through  the hospital by American Red Cross  officials.  Their Majesties conversed with  scores of wounded, shook hands with  hundreds of others and congratulated  them on the effort of America in the  war. They received a remarkable  ovation from the men, of whom there  are now 2,000 in thc hospital.  Many convalescents grouped themselves about the gateway of the hospital grounds and cheered enthusiastically as the royal visitors departed.  The King, during his visit, conversed  with 83 men from 22 States.  1   THE WALKER HOUSE   THE HOTEL CARLS-RITE  H "The  House of  Plenty" "The House o* Comfort"5 ���������  g GEO. WRIGHT & HACK  CARXOIX. "?roprietora ������  uliSBBIS-muimiiiiiiililiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii^  REPARATION  l muscles,  Always Effective���������and acts quickly  es lame back, lumbago, neuralgia, sprains, lame joints and to ,  toothache, earache, sore throat and other painful coraplaints^JFB^s*'^"  Stops the Pain, fc* et a bottle today. Have ii handy���������has s hundred^"  juses. At dealers orvorite us. HIRST REMEDY CO., Hamilton, Can.  INEXORABLE  RETRIBUTION  FOR  ITS  VANDALISM  French Nation Will See To the Enforcement of  Just Penalties  On the Perpetrators and Instigators Of the Innumerable  Grimes Committed By the Enemy  When We Get to Berlin  Time  STORY TOLD BY FORMER BRITISH PRISONER OF WAR  Not Being In Registered Camps, None Of Their Cards Were  Answered and They Did Not Receive Parcels  Accommodation Were Bad and Guards Very Brutal  ��������� Food and  The stories which have been furnished by British and French prisoners escaping from German prisoners  of war camps have shown, with  scarcely an exception that a systematic form of brutality has been  practiced upon them by their gaolers. The majority of these men,  however, had been placed in recognized., and therefore registered  camp's, from which it was possible  for the prisoners to communicate  with their relatives, and to which parcels of food, clothing, letters and so  forth, could be sent with a reasonable  hope of .their reaching the prisoner.  The story which is appended, however, has an added interest from the  fact that it is furnished by a former  British prisoner of war who was  made to work behind the German  lines. The hardships and deprivations winch he and his -fellows endured were or the most poignant  kind. Thus their lot perhaps was far  worse than that of the men sent to  Germany xo registered camp?.  Bet'ore the soldier in question joined tlie Suffolk Uecriment lie was a  fisherman   in   Hast   Anglia.    '  He   was  captured, unwounded, by the Germans on April 5, 1918, just north  of Albert, and for the first two  days he was employed as a stretcher  bearer. According to his story, on  April 7 he was taken to Etrecourt  and placed in a cage with 150 other  British  prisoners.     They  worked    at  RrRT MEylCiME  To������"l'M  What   Lydia   E.   Puikham's  Vegetable Compound Did  For Ohio Woman.  T,':ri.~rr.n,i*V 01-''-.��������� " I euTV-rpd from  irreguiaritJeiJ," painu in my ;;ide :ind wan  00 weak at tim������n I  road making and were fairly we  treated except for the food, which  was very bad. The prisoners were  allowed to write one postcard home,  and were told to give Limburg as  their address. In every case the  prisoners' gas mask were taken from  them.  The informant remained at Etrecourt for about a month, after which  he was transferred to Lc Quintenoi,  which is a large distributing center.  There w;.s about 1,300 prisoners,  French and British, at that place.  They were paraded daily for registration. Thc billets, sleeping accommodation and food were very bad. On  May 11 the prisoners were sent up  behind the line in ��������� parties, and thc  informant went to Marchelepot, seven kilometers behind 1'eronno, Thcy  were put in a cage with huts and  wire bods, and the food, as usual,  was wretched. The prisoners were  put to work on the railway. The  guards  were: very  brutal.   .  Toward the end of May the informant and So others were moved  to IVronnc. They were billeted in a 1  British ration dump marquee just  outside thc. town. There were several thousand prisoners in Peronne,  including Russians and Italians. The  Italians worked near the British,  and were in a terrible condition.  They were under the charge of Austrian guards who lrented them very  brutally. The informant states that  the food given to the British prisoners at Peronne was so bad that many  of the men were, only too glad to  i-xr'n;in|.'.e. their wi'inI watches for a  loaf of bread. On one occasion the  could hardly go I j I'riii; 'h airmen raided Peronne and  around to do my i hit the grocery store, near the pris-  wirl:, nnd an T lmd I on. r-,' camp. All the Germans took  four in my family j en vr in dugouts and left the pris-  im'id thn'o tKiardern | miers in iake ...in- of themselvc:-.. The  itmado it very hard j prison.'i-'\ who were, starving, looted  form*'. Lydiu K. nlie |.<rf>erri< s. Afler the. raid was  Pinkhnrn'H   Vege- j over  they  were,  made   to   fall  in,  and  Will Not  Be  the    First  History  When the allies do get to Berlin���������  if thc Germans, wiser in their generation than hitherto, do not accept  their terms beforehand���������this will not  be the first time in history that British soldiers have inspired terror into  the minds of the inhabitants of that  capital. For it is recorded that in  1620, or thereabouts, a little Anglo-  Scottish host of some 5,000 men���������  sent by James I., under Sir Andrew  Grey, to the assistance of the king's  son-in-law, the "Winter King" of Bohemia���������encamped for some time on  its march thither on the Temple of  Common outside thc city (where the  kaiser reviews are now held); though  contrary to popular expectation, being more mildly mannered than the  Germans they made no attempt to  saclc the cit'tr but resumed their  march after due refreshment and refitting. On the other hand, if and  when the allies enter Berlin, they  will have to pass the statue of that  "ever-valiant and approved Scott,"  Marshal Keith, which adorns one of  the principal squares; and at sight of  his native "Gordons'' at the head,  perhaps, of the British contingent  inarching past him to the tunc of "T  Tlie subject of retribution for the  crimes and thc devastation perpetrated by Germany on occupied territories is very much in men's minds just  now, as was shown by a resolution  proposed in the French senate ask-  jing the government to insist on reparation ior violations of internation-  jn | al law.  M. Fichon, minister for foreign affairs, indorsed the resolution. __ He  welcomed the senate's expression of  opinion as supporting the government's effort to obtain such satisfaction as the events would justify. The  government had already notified Germany that she woukb bc held fully  responsible for the crimes she had  committed or might still commit. Inexorable retribution awaited her, said  M. Pichou, and the attitude of     th<  reparation, evidently considering  that the temper of the ^French people is such as to need guidance on  the nature of reprisals. They must  consist of appropriations, he says,  not destructions. Only thus will our.,  ruins be repaired. For our soldiers  to destroy would be but a shortlived  and savage joy; from every point of  view it is better to take back our  property when found and to put to  our own use enemy's property until  all damage they have caused us had  been made good. It must not be  forgotten that Germany is our creditor.  Finally M*. Gauvam strikes the  same note as Le Temps, when he  remarks this does not in* any way  prevent the enforcement of just penalties on the perpetrators and instigators of crimes.  wish I were where Gadie rins," the  old field marshal���������who fell in saving  from annihilation the Prussian army  of Frederick, at Hochkirch���������will be  tempted to return their salute by a  motion of his head like the statue of  the murdered governor in "Don  Juan."  government and senate is that of thc  whole of the French people, to whom  the formula, town for town, meaning for every French town destroyed reparation must be sought; and  obtained in German towns, is to them  far more a demand of justice than a  question of whether the Hohenzol-  lerns or Independent Socialists shall i b  reign in Berlin.  Lc Temps, in an article entitled  "Justice," demands that thc plea of  obeying orders shall not bc allowed  to stand between German officers  and just retribution. It says, that to  rifle and burn a house, to drive into  the open country whole people deprived of everything they possess, to  treat prisoners in the terrible way  shown in the Younger inquiry and  to torpedo lifeboats in which are  huddled  scores  of    passengers,     arc  crimes  uic  responsibility  must lie just as much on thc men  who perpetrate them as on men who  order them.  M. Gauvain in the Journal des Dc-  [bats, also deals with thc subject of  ���������   ���������*-���������  Thcy S?"S immediate Telia? frost  Backache. Mucous, Brick Dcb* uo-  positB, and Bladder troubles caused  sy congested kidneys*  ~\~~~. for SO?* <~ ~os ~~to.~~t  everywhere. ts9  ���������"*!""-������**S   99  " CAUGHT WITH THE GOODS  tunic   (yomfioiiiin  man    ioiiiiu  ..i 1',,'e.int'  ll'lH  major   and  pi���������'������������������'���������' -jy -.; , t'\-:     I tn m������.    x   tooK   tt j ���������,,.,-,-ji,., slr 'ihra-hed by a ('crinan  01-  Z.    yZZZZ?'". find it hni re-itofd | ,,,,,    ,,,.j/;(   ,l,;,-|-   w:.li<iiie   ;oiel<.  m.'-*���������":'������������������''���������'*-������������������ ">y   health.    It  in       j,v  x\l]u   ,;���������,,.    K\u,  innl  w<.n.  ;���������   :v  -mi J OTtaimy   tno   be:,t. . ,, ,,,<,,),. ,.,,,,11,;,,,,   ,!���������,-  ,() \\u. farl dial  ... .      . .      i n*v-i ^M fmf.  ���������n-'U~-..~i<"   _������'������     ���������*   - '    ���������     - *:   " ���������  Bnw."-Mrn.   Saha Suaw, It.  No.   1,  I'lrrt'-vinouth, Ohio.  Mra. Khivw ,,rr,vi't, tha writ of thH ;]..,.  ivw.r-li.Mn/-r  nn/1  ivtriitfv fhlvi   i������'!.Ti-������- in   ������������r<i������T  '  ���������   ,,.  I.hat  oi.ntT   nuil i-i'.iij;   .,���������i..:ix L.....J   ...... , ;, ,,  reli.-f .i.i  ..Ilu did. ] ��������� < ���������  Wom-ii who are unft'erinjf un nun v/~*s \,,.-,  n'houhl ut it dr;tfj fdr.ru: from duy to d������y ; -,  without jrWIni* thin  famous root and i , |  Iiim-1������ .y.iiii'd-j, LvdlaR y\n\Aii\nAr\Vi"r'y- \ ,,  mitiw C>.H,r..-r..!, a. ������H������l.    For *vt-\td \ ;  i   o y  :i  i n;1.  ev>.ijii'(|    on  .'      pvn;<iiier  IV       ij-l''   '    I   llll   i\  June      <>,  tor      two  ,i������,   .in   In  t   i  jii-i )<i  ������������������   in  ly  trAvicti in r������i;<nr<i o> sumi ������.!i....i.t.t writi-  ..      .v    ,\l .1-1 -  ������t ... .Vr.ir.1. fi/L     f 1>tm  ������rtlll^l|l������l'.   I  " ...-...^.      .      .  Martrt.    Tlio result ot  Am  inrly y������:������*,">  ..xrx^r.~..xv,f0l  <H   ni,   Vlilla    mi,{ vie.';.  yv.  ie   i'iri'-;oii''f  ���������n'rir    jn  i   '.-, I. i i !  r''i'.i nl  <.'.' .i '  r   I.  ni*   his   n.irralive  which  \'r'iilhy   oi   it'iU'.      Tliv'.  in   the   mrd  T'.f"  ������ I . 111111 a i r',  i ,  the    line >t  i ii  J)'.IK    Jl.nl    till  wliirli  ;ilhiWil     to       neiid  ���������   vein  e;ipf*red   rind  iird'-rcd     to      fjlve  1 . v'l'l V     L" h:.  ��������� r.ri.   'l.rV.b-d  .i,  uiif i' i".;  i   ..  ������;nne   e>pen-  " "      " '",        lillMr-      C.I I lb.      ,111        Hi "Ji:','     xxik'.'i  w'l'cil  inn   ilu  ihr-y  f,r.i  sf.cf'i-f-  par  -i.  -\,i  i ���������  ilif'/   are   iold,     id  0, f-Or. mdH^'t, 00*      <S 0~S      <> If       Sir.  .X mmXmX   >ll>���������lllif- ii m HMIIIHIIIIIMIIrWliHIMi  S)i a KVK Oar, Deceit und u Cullty Conucleuco iM come wrapped up in the mall order parlraRft. Wft  ahnuld nevrr h������ aalianicd to look u neighbor in tii������ luce. In .t eu.imiu.ii'.y iIIlc our:;, ;dl aiv, uci/dilioit) aviil  frkendw, working togr.tiicr. v>ui ii.^,,.ulu, ���������.- ~-.:ii.i~.i, V-'i v.r- v.ff h\ I>m������mv:������!������i to^i-tln-r. Our hunlneBfl Ib  home-tov/u development. XJnllk������ tlie overcrowded city, our connnulty ha������ a aonl. We tamper with our com-  mutiny boiu wii������;i������r.vc������ w������, L������o^������ll 1::a..~ Iz-.r'Af:.. '������'^'" '��������������������������������� ������i������ U-ru uov^:o\i~e.\t.u*:i\ clear, let ua co live that  we can  ot wny time  look our  neighbor lu the fu.ee, knowing that no mc'ioh of omii iu holding Dack mc viu^  '"> ii   iiiiiih:  H  V  <���������  ''(  I   I'J  hi  t    t  *h*      ������������!!<'  fc-V "*������ **-  ������'*������<���������".'������.. i������. ���������- x ,rxi.~ 4t.AX~!~.  *!*IS^^ BE7IEW,    CRESTCM*    R    <flfl  Good bipod makes firm tissue, strong nerves^  steady eyes and clear brain. Keep your blood pure and  full of healthy,?ed corpuscles, and your-liyer active, by  using Beecham's Pills, which remove poisonous matters  from thc system, assist the stomach to assimilate its  food, and the food to nourish the body. A world-  famous remedy to strengthen the vital organs and help to  Oil Storage Tanks  Now ISAincr R���������;i*  Wostl. a Gsalssea a Bos  Prepared only hy Thomam Beec-am/ St. Helen*, Laneaslura. Eag1_a������S������  Sold[pT-tTrvimt-T-ia Canada and U.S. America.  In bosec25ce&ta.  ^ip������ii^riil-ai  Consumption of Oil on the Canadian  Prane Farrns as  Increasing '  The agricultural, development of  Western Canada is calling for an immense amount of power���������motor,  horse and man. To conserve the  last:named, the two first-named are  being utilized to the utmost. But  without any diminution in the use of  horse power on the farms, considerable use is being made of the tractor,  and the consumption of oil on the  Canadian prairie farms is. increasing  by leaps and bounds. The last few  years have seen auniucfs of oil tanks  springing up all over, the country,  and plans have been made for the  erection of several more at various  points throughout the three provinces. One company has at the  present time twenty-three storage  tanks in course of construction     at  GUARD THE BABY  AGAINST COLDS  Consign your Cattle to  WOOD, WEILLER   & McCARTHY   LIMITED  Every dollar the market allows is secured for our clients  large Southern orders for stockers and feeders  tercsted.  to  Winnipeg or  Edmonton.  w.  \*r-:xrx  ....  ..-     vv mi.     LX9    XXX    VJ1UC,  Western Cattle To the Fore  At the exhibitions in Eastern Canada this year, many of the prizes  were_won by cattle of the West. At  tne Toronto Exhibition no less than  eight prizes were carried away by  John G. Barron, of Carberry, Manitoba, for his Shorthorn cattle.  For thirty-five years Mr. Barron  has been steadily breeding good  Shorthorns in Western Canada. He  has never, spent n.ny money on new  blood except what he made on his  farm. He early decided on a good  type and stuck to it, and many of the  best Shorthorns on the continent  trace back to his herd. His success  points to the enormous possibilities  of cattle breeding in Western Canada���������an industry which, notwithstanding the great progress that has been  made, is still only in. the initial stages  of its development.  The Straight and Narrow  Southern    Parson   (to    convert)���������  Does yo-"  think yo' kin  keep  in    de  straight an' narrer poth now, Sam?  Sam���������I reckon I kin, palison, ef  dey ain't no walahmillion patches cr-  long dc road.���������Boston Transcript.  A Matter of Discipline  A man was rebuked in court for  endeavoring to confirm a palpably  absurd story told by his wife.  "You should be more careful," the  judge said. "I tell you candidly I  don't believe one word cf your wife's  story."  The man looked at the judge and  sighed mournfully.  "That's all very well," he said.  "You may do as you like, but I've  got to!"���������Halifax Chronicle.  rf=  ONE TOUCH OF PUTNAM'S  STOPS CORN SORENESS  ^=  No need to walk on the edge of  your soles to save a sore corn���������Putnam's brings instant relief. Apply it  to a tender corn, and watch that corn  shrivel and dry up. Absolutely painless. No matter how tough the corn  is, you can peel it right orl; by using  Putnam's Painless Corn Extractor.  Costs but a quarter���������why pay more  for something not so good. Get Putnam's today.  To guard thc baby against colds  nothing can equal Baby's Own Tablets. The Tablets are a mild laxative  that will keep the little one's stomach  and boweis working regularly. It is a  recognized fact that where the stomach and bowels are in good order that  colds will not exist; that the health  of the Utile one wiii be good and that  he will thrive and be happy. The  Tablets are sold by medicine dealers  or by mail at 25 cents a box from  The __ Dr. Williams' Medicine Co.,  Brockvilie, KJvA.  Immigration from the United States  During the week ending September  18 there entered Western Canada  from the United States 219 persons  with cash $24,907 and effects $31,700,  as compared with 875 persons with  cash $61,825 and effects S22..31S in  1917. Their nationalities were: British, 5; Canadian, 48; American, 153;  French, 4; Scandinavian, 3; Russian,  4; others, 2. Their occupations were:  67 farmers, 29 farm laborers, 4 laborers, 3 mechanics, 4 cierks, 3 domes-  X.r.4. CilT       7.-rx~rx r.0.       r\~,rl       rx\x .1 .-1 ~rx���������x ���������... JS        S  C  XXX.J4,       ��������� T        VT 1/1U\.11      CI..U       XrXXXXLXXL^Xl,      UAL.L&       A.xl  unclassified. They were destined as  follows: 8 for Ontario. 58 Manitoba,  107 Saskatchewan, Alberta, 43, British Columbia 3.  It Testifies for Itself.���������-Dr. Thomas?  Eclectric Oil needs no testimonial of  its powers other than itself. Whoever tries it for coughs or coids, for  cuts or contusions, for sprains or  burns, for pains in the limbs or body,  well know that the medicine proves  itself and needs no guarantee. This  shows why this Oil is in general use.  ^*%i_    /   r  B m ���������       'in ���������   ���������in Tia  ~*^-*%4'-Z~~4*.  Many of tho brave womon who attend  our wounded horoca in this war are  women who havo uacd Doctor I'ierco's  Favorite) Preuoription, or who recommend it. The hospital, with its work  and long houra, impoyea extreme hard-  Bhip on a woman'u strength. Every  woman should make herself fit. for war s  call i\. home or abroad. She should  obtain a book called the " Medical  Advisor," either at her nearest drug  store or by Bonding 50 one-cent stamps to  Pr. Pierce, Caurtwright St., Bridgcburg.  Ont., for thin book which tolls about  Nurcmig, Bandaging, Anatomy, Phyaiol-  OKJfi Marriage.  Thouuandu of women in Canada have  ovflroome their unfferingH, and havo been  cured of woman'H ilfo, by Dr. Piorco'it  Favorite Proscription. Soul by dniKgistu  in liquid or tabletH. Sand Dr. V. M.  Jficrco, Buffalo, N. ~., 10a for trial pkg.  ChuUunn, Out. ��������� "I  nm wiry jt'ftd Indoivl  to mid my rrtftominftiid-  utlon to tho runny  nl hum tliut ImvA found  rflllof In 'r'rvviirHrt Vrc-  Hoription.' Aftor moth*  (ul.nod I tumid not  prcusttly rogikln my  utronittli. I w������u������ v<*ry  vjin.k mid nutrvotiK, kino  lii������((  ts torribta o.-iupli.  ^ iliissiaii Gold for Germany  Being    Shipped    in    Cars    Labelled  Seed  Polish papers received in Switzerland contain extraordinary news of  German activity" in securing the gold  reserve in Russia with the connivance of the Soviet government. Every bank in European Russia which  ���������still has any gold has been compelled  lo give it up on a German requisition backed by the Soviet commissaries. On various occasions the  transfer of Russian gold to Germany  was reported, and the latest proved  fact is,thc passing of three trains,  consisting of 25 cars each, laden  with gold, through the station of  Warsaw. Thc cars were labelled  "seed," but when, on account of the  difference between the Russian  gauge am! the German lines, it wv.s  necessary lo unload these cars and  lo load the heavy cases again on  German cars iu the eastern station  thc railway employes discovered thc  secret. The train' was accompanied  by a strong escort of German soldiers armed with rifles and under  severe orders.  vshtits I t>ft������(tiik txkiust  tl|i\      'I*Yi)������0Ok������tilJU.'        T  lUiUivrwl   ������    iii ur ked  ln������r������rov������iiiittnt luiiore I  ~sk;'~'<"~' t " liK'i (Ulitliftd <������u������ liottlw.  I k*|������t up IU ti������* Mid wad o.HHtHotnly oured of my  ���������omkIi mid it built t���������~ lift in - goad hrtkltliv tutn.  k'~Toul# iVMHOfiiitiuit U mi* ol tli* html tonkin tut  w������������u������,"-Mr*. Out, Will, UI- .VtlUiHri.H tu. a.  w.  IM,  v.   m~  Minard's Liniment Curea Coldti, etc.  French People Will  Snlvnc* Stee!  With all their looting and their pil-  llaging, the Germans have      had      to  ; leave a wealth of steel in  their    re-  'tn-at from France.    Thi.-, :,tccl ia buried in the grain fields and the woodlands ovcr which the    waning     nations have been fighting.      It ia the  Mi-d  from _ countless  HhellH. and     it������  .\.':u:       ii      iiii;!!     J!S xi\-~        Uliili-iU- Oi  ntarks. Some day it will be salvaged by the people of France, though  i serving as meagre compensation to  | those whose field* have been dam-  Jtig.-d. Tliene artificial miuca will no*  ���������douhllie worked for years, .'aid the  . ���������,v.i:������teu GciKi.ni :������tecl turned into the  Mordi  of peaceful  I"Vn,-h    fa.uiCKi. *  iClirtstiau   Science   Monitor.  ' Sugar Bowl Psychology  The . help-yourself sugar bowl has  been interned for the period of the  war, and nobody is any the unhap-  pier that we can discover. A sweet  tooth is like any other habit of indulgence. It looks larger than life  when we first try to-part from it But  once put a few days in bet%veen and  start a counter habit growing, and  it dwindles to nothing before we  know it. The main part of thc job  is mental, but the mind can be helped enormously. "Out of sight, out of  mind," is the secret of the sugar  bowl psychology. If sugar is lying  about yearning to be used we all  want it and yearn in return. If it  isn't wc don't.���������New York Tribune.  Monsieur:  For IS days in the mouth of January I  was stifFeringf with pain of rheumatism ia the  foot. I tried all kinds of remedies but noth-  i:iK did me any i;ootl. One person told me  about MINARD'S LINIMENT; as seer, ss,  I tried it the Saturday night, thc next morris  Inff I was feelinar very good;  I tell you this  iCiiicuy    i������    very    koou;    I    could    UlVC   you    SS  irood   certificate   any   time   that   you   would  like  to   have  one.     If  any  time   I  come   to  hear about   any   person  sick oi rheumatism,  I could tell them about thia remedy.  YourB truly,  ERNEST I.EVEILU**.  ~~~  Rue   Ontario   East,   Montreal,  l-'cb.  14,  wm.  ^NSNqStid  ^VJLSf ������ % % -M  _ E^!G������{f*'H3M^  ������l:MN'lipE<;-'K::viSr:-:;-^-x':'-.r^bN;fS������AJ  sm. ������������ ���������       ~.    xn������ jpate ot a Hungry Halibut  A large halibut was captured under!  peculiar circumstances  by the    crew  of a Scottish steam fishing boat. -As,  tne hne3 were being hauled a codfish I  on one of the hooks was followed to "  the surface   by    the halibut,   which  made  several    attempts    to swallow  ia~ cod.   ihen the halibut went down  out of sight,   but    soon    reappeared  coming    to    the   surface as the cod  was Deing   hauled   aboard.   When it  came within reach of the   fisherman  it was caught by the clips that are  used to haul fisb   aboard,   and after  a struggle   it   was safely landed on  the deck.   It weighed over one hundred and seventy pounds.  S   Ycej  I LUI  LIFT. A CORN  OFF WITHOUT PAIN I  Cincinnati man tells how to dry  I {  up a corn or callus so it       \ -  2 lifts off with fingers. i  %9 %a iy^������^Ni-������->att ������w������ w������������^iw������ #>a diian������  You corn-pestered men and women  need suffer no long .-. Wear the shoes  that nearly killed you before, says]  this Cincinnati authority, because a  few drops of freezone applied directly  on a, tender, aching corn or callus,  stops soreness at once and soon the  corn or hardened caiius loosens so tt  can be lifted off, root and all, without pain,  A small bottle cf free-Ouc costs  very littie at any drug store, but will  positively take off every hard or soft  corn or callus. This should be tried,  as it is inexpensive and is sasd not to  irritate the surrounding skin.  If your druggist hasn't any freezone  tei! him to get a small bottle for you  from his wholesale drug house, it is  ,   A Fnutfiri'Vine  Near the old Catholic Mission, at  Santa Barbara, in California, there  is an enormous grapevine, said to be  the largest in the world. The rlne la  of the Mission grape variety, and was  planted by the Franciscan monka  over a hundred years ago.   From this  Slticr.ix    rirtA     fv-rirvv     4-*������fl     frv     pie...-*.,.     Sr.vv0  of delicious black grapes are obtained annually. For many years past  120 gallons of wine have been made  from its fruit. The ieave������ and  branches spread over an area of 115  square feet, whiie it is eight feet in  circumference at it9 largest part. The  vine^ really consists of two parts,  which have.encircled each other as  they grew, forming a spiral. The  immense size of the branches requires a heavy framework of timber  to support them. The vine affords  shade for over a hundred people  when seated below it.  Kleptomaniacs draw the line at iak  ing hints. ���������  time.  ...         *:.-**-L. _-._..  0k.fr-.ll_,        CSe_*j.        (frVLC A-.C-W        tit.        \,UimmmXmxjLl c v   c fi   y  Her Alibi  "These biscuits are not like those  mother used to make."  "No," replied the bride savagely,  "and I want to call to your attention  right now that your mother didn't  have Hoover and his wheatless program to contend with."���������-Detroit Free  Press.  The Proven Asthma Remedy. Since  aclnmn     av������a>n/l    xlxr,���������-.    t--~    vr-.-. .  r���������";"���������~i   ~-7.���������x^.\x   cutst   mis   uecu      no  lack of much heralded remedies, but  they have proved short-lived and  worthless. The ever-growing reputation of Dr. J. D. Kellogg's Asthma  Remedy has given it a place in the  field of medicine which no other can  approach. It has never been pushed  by sensational methods, but has  simply gone on effecting relief and  making new converts.  Stranger Than Fiction  Mr. Harry Lauder told a touching  story recently to the American Luncheon Club in London, England.  "When I was in thc "United States  I had a letter from a lady in Baltimore telling mc that the favorite  song of her son who was fighting  in France, was "Koainin' in the  Gloamiu'.' One day, while roaming in  the gloaming, somewhere in France,  hc came on a wooden cross entwined with a Union Jack. Something made him lift the Union Jack.  The name on the grave was Captain  Lauder,, iny own son."  A Real Diplomat  The. boss called the typist to his  room.  "Miss Keytap, you are a very pretty  young woman."  "On," said Miss Keytap, blushing.  "You dress neatly and you have a  weii modulated voice. I might add  that your deportment is also above  reproach."  "You shouldn't pay mc so many  compliments."  "I only want to put you in a  cheerful frame of mind," said the  boss, "before taking up the matter of  your spelling and . punctuation." ���������  Lethbridge Herald.  .���������KEER^YQli^STOVE'Mi^G^T^l'  Hg'ft]  STOvliEQLliHi^  No man or woman should hobble  painfully about because of corns  when so certain a relief is at hand as  Holloway's Corn Cure.  Up Against It  "Mummy, when 1 grow up shall I  marry a man like father?"  "Yes, I suppose'so."  "And if I don't marry, shall 1 grow  up like auntie?"  "Yes,    I suppose you will."  "Well���������I am in a fixl" ��������� Border  Cities Star.  Minard's Liniment Curea Diphtheria.  Facea and Beards  The first Tommy was riiddv of  couuiciiancef with a huge beard of  thc^ hue politely known as auburn.  The second was smooth-shaven. "I  uater have a beard like that till I  saw mcself In the glass. Then T cut  it oft."  But the bearded man was not dismayed.  "Afuch bettor 'aire left it on, ui.tte.  I   u������!t������r  have  a   tYicr   lilr*  i>a|ip������   *Mi   t  ~-.\v it in thc ������!;;:;������.    Then  I growed  thin beard."���������Everybody'.^   .Magaam/.  Bronze Canting an Ancient Art  The art of bronxe eimtinrj was Introduced Into Si.im by the" Chinese  about the eleventh century kud  many ������itatuea of the TmMrm iHvin!-  tica Were cant from it for religtoua  ptirpoocB.  now w uire       ������  Biliousness f  Doctor* warn ajjamofc reraetHeB  contftininjr powerful drugs ������md  f alcohol. "Tho Extract of Roots,  lon~- knoAvo as Mother Sflati'a  Curative Syrsp, has no dfopo or  strong ingredients t -- cures  indigestion, biliousness and  constipation* Can be had at any  ^ tirtsg etore.1* Get Sbs scsuias.  S SOc. and $1.00 Bottles. a  3# **##* ���������#*#*Sr-*******^***J������  r������*t lUCOMM, CUftKS CMSOHIC WBAKNKM. ~~-t VIOO*  Mtii. sinner. nvs.Dit-t\, tn.-st.*. wlooo rotaos%  maw. ���������itim* h*. o������oooi������t������ ~t ttx.i. ~u rout * ers  9~tiQ~-x Cm, $-. mtm-usm ���������T.tt-WVO.-mrl.XH.H .sn-  rOKOMTO. WHITE *0* V'flBa -ISO- TO Oft. VU CLK������4  ~tUI3.C~. UK1~0.SOx.Ht7O. UAUUXfXXlS. trOHOHM. ������������(_  g���������irnm\mvaJLOxmitx.tssxsiXmi.oxuom mxxi to tjuts  b riElfAPBCPWI (~������TiHaou_a  put xmxr rm-om m������������*������i������ woid '���������tsts.s.xtioM' ts o_  feS.eWB.Kiii!' _9A'UXS> Z- x-~~ ~-i.~liii.8~l~-m0-l  CMVrt      ttuTtMi     OAftT     rAMftAltMI%  ���������  .- ���������������-_-.. ..~~0, WWII UWItH  .-00-9.-0-0.0. A Sti/*. irt~0~U fvSjfUU-tttM BSsJl-  cttm sold in tlitre dtstt<~~t  utrenstk. No U U ��������� M*. M. til  N������. *. |5 cer bos. Btold b. ell  tlrussuu. or newt prepaid la  plain ptclrmrc on rvc*li>>t ������������  iiiicc  ft*e vxmxs-simt. tXsldtmSm  TlUt COOK MIlDICmit CO  T0*~r-m.Or-, ifmmistki IVx^d-ti-y  ������j^yH^|B|.������  1r*-r\W^^mm_.   ^^^  W mxr  Utul L.   .0   S-rxiLi    IU   Jxr..L     LO.Ji.,    WUClC    C������IC  ��������� TlititiZ i'fO'A,-.      ."*'l  .������.������..,*..,..-, . U-~-c(. \Vm bmlU  aiuwll tublct lor  horart, ������nd l������ir������-  tr  out������   tor  i>uli-  lie toouis. Eviuii������<  'urnt free \*Jthu  u* at v-'is (or  full  oiturttculur*.  UAUVCt, x-J.V ~t CO.  '~i      Aill-.i-m      .**        W 'rmirmm.x  tft-i  m-imtm'*0smt~*i*~'m^m * ^itww^swtw^jiiHf rv^'w!W.g"lww t)wffl^ ���������������^>"?;,'"'i"''Wi7V������i"*Byg������������'w *  kr^m<tw-mMsj0m*"#^  IHWWWWMTWIWIWW mm***  ijlHUlSS,.! tlltflUHilil ttU Mtlttti tf d t! IM hi Hfl  X A^i^M>UaK^|ll������MlMl^WM^te.MtM^CM<  BtrHtttWIrb^ll^Mllrl^tMtelMy  _esw_asM_fiii������_iiB_J_^ |)������i������wwK^^ii<iiwi^^  tll~V������)~.~xMt������^, Mi-rXL ���������VW^^^^M^^'.^V^^^^i'rl^l'^'Alfl^   ii.^r^i*^UW^4*U������������riW������*UJ������  -mm^imvm  mm wiSawiwii  J5Siiaitiri<Bw*iiiiiiwwi^  ������liMlMHIIIIil|IXl|llll������l'*mil'������'���������������li������ln������r������������i|l������.lil  MMmJmSmm^^  * MirwH lr������^lm.Wrr������irw>������ui|rwitn^'������>r^  ������*������mlll*lrl^ft������lWt!r^^r4l1/ll������n���������,'  _l!2SJStSf"S*W��������� >���������**������W  AlrMlr������IMI|rl)rWI|l||l^^  "    tsssLmmssss^memti^j'r" " HORSES ESTRAY  i  ������*'ScS-  i=,V*^.^2.A   ������__S������������   _, <SS S^Sa*"..  It.  z  r.  W.1  ir  Came to my ranch between Christmas and New Years, two horses. One  a> bay with bobtail, and the other a  biack with star- on forehead, probably  8 years old. * Owner can have*8ame on  paying all expenses. A. E. PENSON,  Creston.  this class of local feed at present.  *W5 Scotfc. a deserter from  MBt  Hi  at is it  AU returned soldiers  are  reminded  nf a mtigirinv ������\ni-������Tiru������r/r������W n'***h<-.   at   the  home of -Lieuti R. Sinclair Smith to  discuss the formation of a branch of  the Great War Veterans Association.  Miss Ella "Leamy is now in charge of  the general deliyery wicket at , the  postofSce, commencing work on Monday morning. It is almost four years  now since the postoffice had a. staff of  two.        _.-..'.  Indians being tho only oaeg who have! 225th Battalion since September, 1910,  any of it to spare, with as high as $12  and $14 a load being asked for it.  rr..   _   T-r.v,^. *_���������  X UB   V ttlicy a  x-.x.,S  IrUUUli  The Greatest Tonic anc  System purifier on the  *y������ dv vAto,t  today.  Read the advertisements  in all leading papers, with  testimonials, and see if  you can he benefitted by-  taking it.  iotanaarci  per bottle.  QrAA  KJIxtlxj.  m%-  Tanlae Aeents  export in fruit  and vegetables last year was 160 carloads. Of these 80 cars were apples.  At that more apples were held for  winter shipping than, in any previous  year.  14 pounds of honey donated to the  Sed Cross Society by Jl. A. Dodjd was  raffled on Tuesday, netting the Society's treasury $10.70, "Lottie Chambers  of Canyon City holding the winning  ticket.  Creston orchestra's third annual  masquerade ball is to-night's entertainment attraction, with prizes for  the best ladies' and gent's costumes, as  well as the two best comics. Dancing  starts at 9 prompt.  Mrs. Ernest Ryckman got away on  Sunday to San Francisco, to join her  husband, who left for that city about  a month ago. She is accompanied by  the children, and Mrs. Burge of "Wasa,  who will spend some time there.  Dental NoTicK^Drs. Tepoorten oi?  Pickering of Grand Forks wiii visit  C?estcn on January 28th for a period  not exceeding two weeks. People re������  quiring work are asked to make appointments ahead of time at the drug,  store.  J. H, Fulmer, who has been with  W. K. Brown as blacksmith foi- the  past few months, is opening up in business for himself in the old Grady  shop, and was at Cranbrook the fotw  part-of the week buying some neccess-  ..__. ~x~~s-  t-Xy    DIA.IO&..  20th Century Cafe, one night only,  Feb. 6th. Keep the night* open, and  watch for further 'particulars he*t  week. Without doubt the newest and  swellest thing in the entertainment  line that Creston will be favored with  this season.  Mrs. E. T. Qpiear.d children, who  have been visiting'With her brother,  Mr. Chas. Moore; "left -on Tuesday  for their home in Nelson, where she  will meet her husband, Sergt,. Opie,  who is expected from" Overseas on the  Empress of Asia.  Ranchers who haye to buy hay   are  in  getting  experiencing some trouble  i our ivioney  a  in.  JLAA  IBS!  Three of four purebred Rhode Island  Bed cockerels donated the Red Cross  Society by Mr; Farrell were raffled on  /Tuesday afternoon and netted the Society $3 apiece. The winners of. the  birds were Mrs. Constable, Mrs. G.  Young and Mr. Oatway.  The Red Cross work secretary's report for the week is: Pyjamas-���������Mrs.  Fraelick, 2 suits;" Miss Candy, i suit.  Mrs. A. Smith, trench cap* Donations  2 pairs of hand knit socks from Miss  K. Boffey, and ,old .linen from Mrs.  Palmer and Mrs.'McNarland.  The cash in take* ls.i the Bed Cross  Tuesday meeting this week was close  tb $50, as follows:* "Additional sale of  lot raffle tickets J$l3. Half-payment oh  life membership .$12.50, .Tea $4.70.  Raf2e ui three roosters $9. Mrs. Henderson, donation $5. T. Harris, donation, $5.....     .."'.  was gathered iu by PrnviEciai Police  Vaehon at Creston on Friday, and is  now at the lockup awaiting the arrival of military escort to take him to  the coast. Scott was serving a term in  Bonners Ferry jail from which he escaped two days previous, coming to  Creston via Porthiil.  Only routine business occupied the  attention of the trustees at the January school meeting on Monday night.  The secretary h,as been instructed to.  communicate with the government as  j\r������ wViorj j������w������ installment- of the 85000  overdue school taxes may be looked  for, and official permission was given  Miss Ross, teacher of -Division IV.,  who is absent at Cranbrook on account J  of sickness, to prolong her holidays  until the end of the month.  The Mission Band in connection  with the Presbyterian Church, which  has been inactive for the past eight  months, was reorganized at a meeting  at the church on Wednesday afternoon, when the following officers  were elected:  President���������Miss Kate Moore.  Vice-President���������Miss AudreyFarell.  Secretary���������Miss Rose   Cherrington.  Treasurer���������Miss Hazel Hobden.  Mrs. Dow has been chosen to supervise the band's effort* and meetings  will be held atdbhe church monthly.  Watches-  ~H_h, mam. *~t-W~-l-m\  2E& rer  Cesit mi tne last  Y  rx r\ TT% a o Vd o  /IU * AX}Xxi*r07r  tn  nrt* s~.~.rx ���������   -x    ir.  inertmm?-  i~   *c  have your old one r<  for the following reasons:  1. Many of the older watches  are made .of much better  material than the same watch  if bought to-day.  2. The repairs as estimated  would make your watch the  same as new, and would be  guaranteed for a year.  3. An esajnination aud estimate will cost you nothing.  >������������������sMtaai  Buy now for $4.00  Sell !st,4ay of 1924  ^*^5;00  '*-**  Another of Creston's overseas veterans returned on Friday, when Pte.  Jos. Heath got back safely after almost two years service in forestry  work in France and Scotland. Since  early fall Pte. Heath's health has incapacitated him from seryice, although  to look at he appears to be in the pink  of condition. For the first eight  months the corps he was with was at  bush work close behind the British  line in France, and he states that life  during those few months did not lack  for want of some real battlefront  thrills at times.  Watch, Clock and Jewelry  Repairing*    ������    Next door  to Postoffice . CRESTON  Ie *H  mxlm m~  Here any  In  House?  -.tm-dT.  %.4-imv  m0S~tlf S -^Vt^mtt^grBB!  M-Vms.',  t~  ^xjr  ������? 4.;  xilxrxxxrxv *..0i. . x.00 ..-  .  C. Di Blackwood of Nelson, district  agent for the Great West-Life Assurance Co., was he^e -on Saturday helping the local representative, R.Walm- .  sley, close up a couple of prospects.   fe?d has been li*htev than  Mr.a*WairasieV stJatfek'fchat since th������ flu  Y������������w- *   This J* ^together j  . ti:-- ���������  Government Security  Yoar W-S.S. can be registered to secure you against  loss by theft, fire or otherwise.  Thrift Stamps cost 25 cents each.  Sixteen on a Thrift Card are  exchangeable for one War-Savings  Stamp.  The Best Cooks  Ro<*o������?nv/������ that equally a������ important as good Hour  is a lir-it-oluHH baking powder to bo nnre of the. best  in Bif-cuitn, Caken, &<*:.    That the makers of  Featherlight  Baking Powder  irvmw thf������ir r������rr>duot to ho tlie hoHt ohtainalile    ]  in evidenced in their oiler to iiouHowivvn ���������  Kuy a call of PVv*t,horiiKist aii.v Zsja: Uum .* liii.-k'U:V-pound  up ubo it in your hrmr. V������akiiiK ami if it doen ������r������t h'ivo HiitiH-  faetion hrinK hack the partiy-uswl can and your money will  epidemic the demand for life insurance  .       .��������� ���������',-��������������������������������������������� xSi.x.}-,���������srt. i-r  has increased npiapiy. ���������  The canvass 6f^th"e Valley on behalf  of the Red Ortiss* Society is well on to  completion, and ^'*fsith. ^Canyon City,  Sirdar, "WynndeMand the. lower part  of the town still to be heard from just  over $300 has beep, collected, which, of  course, includes,.the $148 commission  on the sale of Victory Bonds,  ��������� The drawing for the town lot donated to Creston Red Cross Society by  Chas. Moore took place on Saturday  night at the drugstore, and the holder of the winning number is O. M.  Loasby, C.P.R. yardmaster at Sirdar.  The lot was quite.a moneymaker the  net proceeds being over $77.  The foot of snow which was in evidence when the Rbvikv/ went to press  on Thursday evening h\u% wofik, "had  all disappeared inside 48 hours, rains  being the order of the day on Friday-  and Srdiuday. Unless sleighing comes  in a hurry now the output of the locn.1  sawmills will be limited this year.  i <      ���������  At the annual meeting of Lite Kootenay Beekeepers Association at Nel-  t.he latter p.irt of thc week,. John Blinco was re-elected1 a director of the organization. Mr.'Blinco is operating  about, the largest apiary of tho 75 who  make up the membership, with an export of almost J1000 pounds for 1018.  Still another of Creston's overseas  soldiers hiiH joined up with tho army  of benedicts, Mrs^ W. S Ryckman  this week receiving word that hot* son,  Pte. John A. Ryckman, was quietly  wedded at Govun, Glasgow, Scotland  Sir,���������In your report of the annual  meeting of Creston Farmers Institute  ] 1 am quoted as saying "that the cut of  in! other  an* error  and against the' facts;" si nee4 :T know  that there was'considerable1 more-area  and" hay cut during the 1918-season  than any other, and'wish'it so to be  understood. ' " W.V.Jackson.  CATTLE ASTRAY  Came in with my stock, about two  woeks ago, one', heifer and one steer,  about 18 months old, both black and  white, no brands visible.  JOHN SPRATT.  Creston. Jan. 21, 1010.  This- is the first question that presents itself  to the housewife if am  unexpected visitor drops  in for a meal. But why  worry? .=  Shamrock Brand  Mains as0 -Bacon  Fmest 'Ipaoli^y '  - Cooked Ham  ���������:.-.". "Lunch Meat  Bologna, &C,  are -iSl^ays  to. be "had  here*'   In meats nothing  ������������uitv equals'. 'Shansruck  products.  *    I  1  9  ''01 JDfcif*  pyifpsd  &G0.9Ud.  I  Flannelette  White, 31 inches wide, ^ 30c.  4 pieces, striped, 35-in. wide, at 35c.  In- I'lii'inTnl'v mturuefi you.     i������������i.i,iiiiii^ \.umn  !>.....': .vrr>r"rn^iit. wj������b othoY brand*.  KKATH.EKMUHT.  rOHIl  HICHAKK'   um  M    W    MM   ^00.00     W    Jd       ~i,00*    "���������~~0f     l~t     1.4  ���������   rL-2,~  ^i'Oltg 1 fc2r ~fH  <W.m.VmAls   MKIW.!irANTS  H~  on Dee. 20th, lo IMUhh Ih������HHie Mclntoflfi  of that city. No further particulars  of the happy oyent aril yet to hand.  Mm. Mullandaliie left on Tuosday,  via Spokane, for Vancouver, where  she expects to meet her husband, Major Mallanduine, on Thursday, lie is  on tlie KrnpieHM of Asia, due at the  count on the 2Hrd. They will likely  Hpend a couple of weekn at Victoria  w\%\\ Miaiitr MitUandaine'ti parents,  whom he wiih unable to vitiit before  K<iii>H uveiirniui.  I). Leaiiiioiith ban juh! completed  the purchase of another 40 aoren of  land, whirh adjolria hla preHent ranch,  from H. I.'imiiiii. 'i'lm ju-.t'-iuiqulre'd  iti Man. wiiiit- pat'Uy liilini������b' '������������������ v;'.y d?;.!-  S! ti.-iblc prdp.'-fly utitl when he {'id* t'be  improvement on it (hot lie piium in  H'lntiorMuir)! Hnn<h Mv. Leaiuioiith  will nuvii uk iiim< an uii iiMiini ...".'::'-  ���������>!'o;������'rl'' ii" then- In in the interior.  Assorted checks, at 30o.  Table Linen  55-inch at 80c.  Irish Table Linen  56-incti at $1.10.  Men's Work and Dress Shirts  *  *GBRUmI  LIWBTED  1  mmmtmmmstiimikmmsi���������  il_yjnitji ii_<i'niiiii ^ajb_i^ni_ywi I  m-~m~Z---~l&mm  l*MMMIWI.il^^H|^i^>^^^  >-r-������m~m>~0-mm-mm ��������� '"m-l\~im,%^~.\l^  rS^?J*!'"'fe*'*S*?' "W ^0'>^t��������� ryxs^ir!m^^Hi**������m*  l    ,*���������*  ^jn*^  , IfflS^SJffi


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