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Goodman, station agent, who  has been on holidays for the past. two  weeks, is expected back on duty again  to-day.      "���������.���������'  Mr. Setsmpnd, who has been relieving agent Goodman, goes to Creston  for a couple of  months,   while  agent  a.^.-~x~,r.~x'  Uff I��������� LA a _Ji u  a;.'-..*.;   UrxliJf.  XXX4XIXXB.7 O.  which we?e'-S-j_>ke_s into' in Octobe>������  fin epidemic creating a shortage cf  help.  Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Cameron were  oi.t-of-tx.-Wn Chrisfcmi-s visitqi^���������with  their parent* at Creston.  Jim Pascuzze was taken to the Cranbrook hospital on Friday last, where  he is undergoing treatment for __p-  pendicitus.  With, the flu ban lifted Sirdar school  is expected to resume operations again  on Mbhciay.  The inaugural meeting of the Sirdar council iu called for to-n ight, and  it is gratifying to know that Mayor  Daly -will again preside eve** municipal  affairs for ssso^hsr ''esr. The __ld6?-  rn en-elect are: R. Dennes, W.H. Morris, J. McDiarmid, R. H. Ross, Jas.  Blair and R. Skinner.  Mrs. "E. Byeksnau of Drucr. heller,  Alton, was here a few days this week  on a visit to her sister. Mrs. Cameron.  *. ��������� - *-  Price McDonald of Sanca, an old-  timer well-known to many of our residents* has re6st_tly moved to Kam-  loops, where he expects to remain for  tue iutur-6, __t the prOTiacial old ___>-_,!-'s  home. ���������- '���������'.������������������"������������������"  Pte. W. Jpj.'if'uiejjey, who is overseas -������!th a CGB^rtiC^GB stt^S-i'Is   sot  y&spx&j^gte^^  : * "ft t__,jA'a'^-^y**-A-^"*'^-?^"^-!-^^'-^* -*i"i',ii,,;*",-i,iyt'''���������"��������� -~ *Jl_i''  J0gLm-*-hxll^^  ���������'���������:i1xxjm.t^^  . ies...:,. 3_5^'-i^ii^,'*./|*g^o5ayi;';:b_ii*n>*' laid.  iip.  twice with Spanish influenza.  j couple 'a weeks ago- for Edmonton, to  hehjiafc flu nut-sing, and who later  went down with the trouble herself,  is now on tKe way to recovery.  - If everything works but as now  planned Erickson will witness a small  sized boom by the time the Id Id shipping season starts. Itis stated that  the freight and esprs^'shippihg; from  this point last,year was almost double  the 1917 showing.  Ed, Weston of Creston was an Erickson citizen most- of  last  we?*_������.   busv  Smv'if   a0Sv\Vwt)[Tr%-%^Qm  & ��������� S.'-'-mL-m,  ,V  S ~.M>-������^_9lM<r_  . *"_____-__ "5_5"- "f^. -Cft'1  ���������1  *_���������������___��������� ' .'-.  ' The Nelson News story of Saturday  last that the Creston /"Valltey export of  fruit and vegeta.bies "Jor 1018 would  run to approxi-siately a.q_iarfcer-_niliioii  The Kootenaiaa states that   up  till 1  | last week Christmas trade had   been a I  oftslow in that historic hamlet.  G. T, Moir of Rossland is the new  O.P.R. agent at Cranbrook. Tbe  agent at Castlegar is promoted to the  ;vacancy at Rossland.  Provincial constable Howieson of  Revelstoke has chucked up his government job and will open up a  general  'js_.  y. &  dollars woult*. see^i ^be quite within  the   ma?k   if 3he   ^isiness^ of  the ] ^g ^ Arrowhead,  other Belling agencies in the VaSi  well as the independent shipping shows  putting in a fireplace in the / commod- (the same rate of increase as the figures  which are now available as to Oreston  ious addition F. V. Staples has made  to his house.  Erickson is not looking for very  much cold weather, and is confident .of  an early spring. .At least that would  seem to be the way the poultry on the  Graham ranch has it figured out, ��������� one  of them being busy already on a. setting of eggs.  Mr. and Mrs, D. S. Timmons and  son, Gerald'-left on Tuesday for Spokane, where they will spend the next  three months ������*_th "relative., and  fj-rjoiw'-j-jL Srfr.'..ft'luson is looklnc*. after  the ranch in their absence.  Erickson is having a visit from an-1  other rrturned veteran in Pte. Harry  Wedderburn, who arrived last week  from Calgary, Alta;, and is spending  a few days with . Mr, and Mrs. R.  Dodds. He was a resident of the Valley up till about fiye years ago, when  he left for Alberta, enlisting shortly  ������.f _.__r tfee ���������s_* !>_*o__L'_S" o'jt. He sustain*  ed gunshot wounds in the leg which  still necessitates the use of  a   crutch.  Fruit Growers Union. trade  the   past  year..  While increased prices help considerably to make up the spread, there is  also ������   ti-feliie-jduoasV increase in. the  output in all lines, Strawberries being  about the only comiripdity  wherein a  decrease is shown in   the  number  of  packages shipped, the falling off in  these being  a  matter  of ikbont  350  crates. ,  Ijespite. the   fall-down    in  quantity the   figures--show-^ that  the  total value of the Ussier,   strawberries  _uis year ������5 almost, ^bw grei_i.i    _a_.u  in 1917.    For the purposes of comparisons the  following tabniated   statement tells its own story:  '������������������   vN.: ..'���������������������������;'' 1������18  Strawberries, crates���������.-. 2509  .. After three years as manager of the  llQyal Bank at Oranbraok. H. CY Seaman has been transferred to a branch  of the bank in Vancouver.  taoD.  *c.ir  ��������� Lieut. Percy Adams.* who has been  a guest at the Attwood ranch for the  past few days, is leaving this ������eek fot  Cranbrook, wher&Vhe. wiii resume his  pre-^ar position;of chief of police:  .'%,  -������������������.\.'"*:>-'':;3L'.  '''���������'���������'���������������-���������- '������������������'���������*?'���������-���������'���������������*������������������:'     i   '"^''x^'-':'.'.-Jr-jinrf^.r.?6  r������r������^j^:  as  G. A. Bohlee left the latter part of  the Week piii a visit to Saskatchewan  points, going as far as Swift Current.  Jack Smith left on Thursday last for  Vancouver, where he will be at the  military hospital for some' attention  owing to his artificial leg, after a year  iu Use- needing some re-adjusting.  F. W. Ash is home again after a  month of it at the Creston postofflce,  and is getting ready to enlarge the  barn on his ranch,^ The lumber for  the addition was hauled last fall.  School will re-open on Monday after  being closed fov ten weeks on account  of the flu.  Victor Carr is at.Duck Creak at pies  ont operating a mower on the cut of  rushes for the 06-Oporat.ive Fruit  Growers.  Tho arrival of rather deep snow the  early part of the week haa necessitated ranchers getting busy on tho cattle  round-up on tho Hats.  Cecil Moore is reported laid up in a  Calgary, Alta., hoapital, and his  mother, Mra. Mat the wo, left a fovj*  di..ys ago for that city to he \Vlth him.  Pto. Clarence Pease Is the first of  tine Sklidg's iioblim- boys to return  from ovorfleaa, reaching hero on Tuesday. Ho went to England with a  Vuiiuonver-en|iuteii curpB of engineora  iW.~ r.u:::*r.cr, b__t o*������'^.���������,.;; to 'jnafc a  t-r>i.ch. of ili.t.-foo*, h.f A[������> not, jjn*t. .���������������.  Franco. Soldiering appears to have  agreed with him immcuucluy au ho  uev-JH- looked butter physically in his  life. He will bo lien, for fl few days  before going on to Victoria where he  --.cjHuit..'-o gt.t dlrchukge.  W.. C. Cleave left on Tuesday for  Macleod, Alta., where he will spend a  couple of months getting things hv  shape to move into his new ranch  home���������one of the tidiest houses in  this section.  Gooseberries  Rhubarb, doz. .������������������..���������  Lettuce       **  Sweet Cherries '* __  Sour Cherries " _  Raspberries   . " ���������  Red Currants Y*  Black" Currants ������������������- '_'  Blackberries " _.  .   X ���������-,2'���������-__.__  ' ...     -.  jri.kJViVLJt.fi     t -  r-iuiu-_ '*..���������** .:  Peaches ."    ^  Quiuces *   -_IS    ���������  fears V . ":'-:. -  Ripe Tomatoes, ������* V _;  Gi-een Tomatoes ���������������������������.^ i.  ���������^C-_ml_������i_la^;Y;--'V**^_  ������drn;  478  -- 73  ���������   ii5  m-l-        786  .^_   18S  .~     _������i-i  __   803  __   111  _>  _ u   _a������o<.  __   901  10"  __ 1332  A- 9328  -% i2oa  ~-x~~m---T  1917  2884  334  72  23  543  206  3750  4*_Ov  418  48  im  -wm  356  3067  410  .v;84ft  :���������>:$&  ' ._������_4Vt  There is plenty of snow at both  Rossland and Trail, and those inclined  can bob sled St the seven miles be-  t-s-esn tha towns nowadays.  ' At the Florence mine at -Ainsworth  35 men recentiy went on strike and  walked down the hill, because their  food was not properly cooked.  . With no sleighing in Fernie up tiil  Dec. 2pv the .Ledger. is: beginning, to be.  lieye the town has slipped .south.far.  Biiuugu iu u_ in wc uaunun .icit. /   .  Grand Forks claims a potato crop of  1400 tons, which sold pn average at  $21.50. Much of it went to the evaporating plants in the Okanagan.  Grand-Foyks Va.iley wfees-t'cros.th**  year ran well over 20,000 bushels, and  Will get the growers at least.; $2 per  bushel, according to the Gazette.  - Rossland is lifting the flu ban grad-  un^&y. _i_[GTi2jj pict-trs tb^ftfcres.  churches and public meetings are aH-  owed provided 'children do not attends  At Porthiil the Continental- mine  has 200 n.en at work at present an.d  with an aaaple water supply aspects  to operate contihuoissly  this   winter.  .-x While. thCL *6������*(-*!������_a--:IsiV^^ on^oa^JS^lo  Rev, V,   M. YCTasspbeli;.; PreE^terian  The ful| roster of elective -nnd appointed, offlcers of Creston 'Masonic  Lodge, for 1910 is as follows:  LP. M.���������John Blinco.  W.SS.���������-C. Jt**. Hayes.-  -  S.W.���������^R. J. Long.  J.W.���������Jas. Compton.  Secy.���������8. A, Speers.  Treas.���������J, Blitscc.-.-,.-.  Trustee_M_l. M^ Beiaiey.  S.D=���������W. H. C^mwTord.  S.S..���������-i^B.Dcfemas; -:-,���������  J.ff.���������-W. AST; Jac&soBv  D. of O.���������C. H. Loasby.  Tyler���������Jos, Brown.  I.Gi���������H. Hamilton. -i  At  ter  tninutc past Grahei Mas-  J. H. Schofield, M.P.P., was unable to c-ou.6 to preside at the installation, owing to one of his.children being down with the flii, and the work  of installing hadto be taken by Bro.  Rev. J. S. Mahood and W. Bro. Compton, both of whom acquitted themsel-  yes creditably consideiing the short  notice. 8  tSf                           .cm mm       nwntmi ra  H ___;  B     ' ___8       ____9 rmxmm.-rm^Txm, ~x. H  V___-__--I_Z_-_-^r-^-J^  *������������'4 c������  R^ Hong, another of our new araiv-  als pulled out for the prairie again  last week, ticketed to "Vidora, Sask.,  where he will-atlso get ready to remove  here to stay permanently.  Mr. and Mra. W. Tonlinson,. who  have been in charge of the Company  farm for the past two years, and who  left recently on a trip to Spokane, will  not return. They have seen red a farm  at Leavenworth,Wash.,and will mkae  their home there in the future.  Mr; Lucier was a through passenger  to Trail on Wednesday last. Friends  here will hear with sorrow that he  lost hie two sons, Bud and Pete, in  the ilu epidemic in November at Lib-  by, Montana.  Sergt. Rake, who has been here on a  vbit to Fred Waylottnnd other friends  for the past three weeks, left on his  return to Rcgina, Sask., on  Tuesday.  Almost enough snow for sleighing  put in an appearance on Sunday, and  the log haul is on in a a good shape us  the thin ..lipping will permit. The  caterpillar has the haul from Clamp 3,  while tho teams are working from  Cansy 5.  An noon its real good sleighing is a-  yailable. ensuring a htoady supply   of  __-K������, it it* _-jfc|ii_iuiii.__i (iut- niiii win r_.t_i.imi  Hawing with n full force of men.  ,w*_**_  ApplesvlsbSes.  Potatoes, tons  Cabbage    *���������    .... ~~..     io _i  Beanahand Peas, lbs^.Y*  1331 380  Green Peppers, packages. .-_$2 ���������--������������������ - 850  Coarse   Vegetables,    in-       V  eluding Citron, tons-    , J50 2  Perhaps the most outstanding gain  is in tomatoes where 1918 saw an export of about 10,700 crates from Uri-  ioi_ shippsrs.is comparsd with shout  3500 in 1917. Potatoes also show .'a,  tremendous junip���������from 116 tons a  year ugojto 360 tons last year. Eyeri  thongh 1918 was the "off" year on  plums Union'shipments were just a-  bout the same as-for the . year previous.  Pears show ji jusap ft? 'just nbn.'t  300 per cent., coarse vegetables which  include citron, haye risen from two to  twenty tons,, while the green pepper  trade just about trebled. In both  strawberries and raspberries prices  this year averaged np to. aboilft 7j_j  cents a crate higher than in 1917.  Readers are asked to boar in mind  that these figures coyer only, the  Fruit Growera Uniou selling. Complete  statement of the total exports of the  Valley Is now in course of-preparation  and will be published withiii the next  few Weeks. ,  xu.  *-_.-.   rx~   *T-0x~x~y.  VxTUXAgnrXA  X.V T^X XXtXM  707.r  .vw**.,.  ,".; Cmnbrbok ratepapers are* to vote on  a, by-law next month to appropriate  $3009 of city funds to purchase the A!-  rena skating rink, and operate same  as a free skating palace..  ���������', Cranbrook farmery' institute has  bean officially advised that' importers  of hay in East Kootenay will be allowed a rebate on freight charges on  all hay purchased in Alberta.  i.   *������ii,,  0*0      \~j km-  .X.-.S-  -li;:  l&m\\r^!fct-!m~>g9  Douglas Flnnin of Cranbrook   wan a  week-end vlultor here, at the home   of  Mr. .mt\ Mra. 15. Rottcrlll.  Hev. .1. H. Maliomi or tj;������H-t.nii   nay,  who looUiiafter tbc   ___ngli-.li   Chinch  work in I hi,   Vttlli.y,    wi.h a   Hului^lay  v!::ltnr hw, !(,nhi.i|'." i:*'i bi";   *>:!.���������*"...o.t-  SiVtt,  kirn. \itm. t)itv(,urii*hl^   who   lett.   a I  ������*lt,.,. ������*.,,..t-..������ Yr.,^f������.  _ _A ������ _._.     I��������� _- -. .74 k   . ^��������� . , XT ��������� .  holiday visitor hero from Victoria,  where she low hoots ������������M_������M..5.ijir Normal  School.  Teddy fc-.wuii.-oii w the neweut papa  in these parte. A (ion and heir arrived  on ^December 21st, Mra. Swanson be-  iiiK ������i initient at Ivx'ihu Cuiidy'K hou|iital  at, i-i.uiloii.  NEWS OF KOOTENAYS  Kiislo's 1018  municipal  voters  shows 250 qualified electors.  list  Tlie attendance of the Union Sunday School at Fernie is so large the  annual Christmas jamboree for the  scholars had to be pulled off in after  noon and evening shifts this year.  The Kootenaiain tells-of one Kaslo  rancher who, failing to get $1.20 per  dozen for his fresh eggsi refused to sell  thorn In the bally town, and went on  to Nelson in quest of the big price.  Cranbrook had its peace thanksgiving on Sunday last, but after six weeks  without divine service tho citizens had  become so saturated with heathenism  that only uboilt half the expected  crowd turned out for this very special  occasion.  Kaslo fuel men have given up hope,  of a Revere winter. F. E. Archer and  0. W. Webster, two of the gown's  foremoHt merchants, both wnt.iu-������l  their store windows last weed. Not  tobe outdone in the clean-up game  the Kootennin editor had tho office  towel washed.  R. Walmsley is a Nelson visitor  a*few days this week.  .'.: Mrs. C. Hogarth returned   oh   Fri-  <H������������������������*������ <*������*fr���������**_.������������ ���������*.  _a?^ T2?^-^���������e   w?e?fr. ^_-_??fr.?^ ^w,_.ysi?������;  St-_.*������J-       t^mv-mit+dm.      *-V    -~-mm^.       -.   m~-^r~^<mr f   m*m m W       ���������_-.-���������__/-____.    __. ii.   -. _--. w - ���������  in Vaucouver.  Father Desmari will be here on Sun-*  day, January. 12th, for the usual ser-  vices-in Holy Cross Church.-  Creston ^it-esby teriar.-. ar������ __*_-_v������_e_  their annual congregatinol meeting at  the church on Monday night.    '  Miss Jennie Nicholls, who has been  home from Rogsville for the holidays  returned to her school at that centr-*  yesterday.   .'.. 'j.-\���������'���������'. ^-.'.:^\���������'  '������������������'��������� :0^_st_^"_E^_^fe?*_������?ia__i-iS_-idlesr Aid is  ineetiog in a____B___*.s*sss������s������j a'tfee home'  ���������o,;_____������^. ; S, ��������� A. Speei^' this tafternoon.  at3b'elo������2kY  '^^..^f'--^'-'^'a'-y';'  Milch cow���������freshened last 'taonl-h���������  for sale, anda saddle pony to let ont  for its keep for the 'Winter.' Apply S.  Bysouth, Creston. ..  Monday- morning was the coldest  the Valley has been favored with this  year so far, the government mercury  touching five above zero that a.m.  The forestry department is calling  for tenders for the purchase of. three  million feet of timber on L. 274, on the  Goat River, bids to be in .not later  than Jan. 9th.  COLTS LOST  Two  hrovvn  _.-y������-...- t.M .u������l(,w���������mar.-  and   gelding.      Lightly branded   1IR  (l)  -iilttilW of ,-iti-ltl.-���������.���������>.    F,itl.l,*-,iMMl -tllltllt  tw<-  miuniUii.  ii(_i������>  mi   flat-.  In-low  the  Aiiovvdikiiih ranch.    A  reward of _|!__0  ������������������'���������*������������������'! "Mils   bt    j������,ssd   r<>������- *._-���������-!*.��������� i ..-I Vv,1 vy.  Apply O. Blair, <Y.-nton.  At Grand Forks sixty cords of wood  ,ii������i ������,������.mi������{������,ri/1 t.rx limit  I liii. I i-i,illl.     ui*>l.r.i>ll.   ���������...,_.... _-    _...       ...  tint. i._.i'iii.  Penticton has a cherry -picker..* or-  ciieHiii-a, wimVii .���������������---...Ir. iir,;1,;;- th.- ������;:*.:::c  of Bin g Boys.  Cranbrook MelhodiHt Liulioii, Aid  took in over 8285 at their annual ba-  y.iiar la at wi.elt  J nolo alt. noli lULiiio'. vili .Ol:. v.tiii  Trail nlutitcipal votois' ll,.|.--a gain of  eight oyer 1017.  Ifat-lo .r_.jot<._.H and In (.xcocdlng glad.  The C.P.R. Ih eiilaigeiug the round  bonne at tb-it point.  xi. It. W:__l-U.y, thy i.riuibr-n.-!- butcher, in buyin*!" i,li������ beef .nitMe. for liia  uUu'c in Alberta now.  Iv ui.io .In* lulu.Ulli Il'_ll  lltll,   l.VLO    III.',  to light, diniriir 11>18.  ace.orilinfr Us   the  bl-l|(4I.H.*H lllllilllil i C|tti_ i,.  kriv&.f. kx~*-*-'&-*-������  _���������__,      . . _*������  ..  iLMU~tltll~-i4il.i~0Milm~������  r.Ii'_.. C_!icr:,in';--.oi:, trc:-,.-.:::-;-!- of _..__.  Crouton Red Cross Society, acknowledge., the following donation., from  Oet obor 1st to December Hint:  Mm. T. M. Kdmoiuh  Mra OhiihnerH...  an.  >ld  Mr.i. Pochin, bnt|->r nol  Mra. A. Cooper....V.   jviru, i*i. Young, iluwor-. txilii..  ������������ i"  ,X0*     xd  ..  1  1  (.0  00  50  no  _k)  _'.ii-_i. j_-ii...  T. 1-lari'lH  1 00  If planting trees, this spring better  order them right now to be sure of  getting the varieties yov require. Order from A. D. Pochin, agent for the  B.C NurKeries Co.  The weather on the flats the fore  part of the week was sufficiently cold  to pat a sheet off ice on thc Kootenay  River that made it safe to walk uciwh  on New Year's Day.  It is expected that the fin ban on  dancing will b������ lifted on Friday next,  nnd should this take place tho prches-  tru will proliably have their masquerade ball a w_w>k later.  H. S. McCrenth is a business visitor  in the Cranbrook district at pr_*s<>nt,  Inoking up a likely span of horses t������_  replnce the team of gw������ys he lately  parted company with.  Cupid had a very slack year of it in  tho Oreston Vallty, issuer of nian-iage  liceuHes, E. C. Gibbs, luuving n rail foi  only halt u iUy/mu inatrimoiiiui cerliu-  caU* throughout alt 1918.  r-    - ~*T.     ���������     ������,    . .    ,������    ,1       ������������....       ������������,,x  ll/li. .������������H������������i.l -.I..HJ ..XT���������..-** ...... X X-..X  freight and cxpi-ens JuiHineKa at. the  ditfeivnt Valley luiintH this year  ahowa nn inc_-ea_u*> of 'nlnios... 100 per  a'.ut. ov-'i- thi* 1!>!7 C.P.R. t-eint-ivi."  MIkh M. Kuiie. teacher in Divit-iou  II.. who has Ihh.ii at her houit. in Kuh-  lo liince the llti ouiOio-.K tin. ium_.-i  {���������Mil oi ������-i-wiiM-i. ������--..iiriuui ou o._i_������ii,k.iy  to reiiiuiu*t������*.iehiiij.j duliei. (hit. vv.-ek.  Geo. Mead, who him been at the  co.if.1 for the lust bix uiontht. arrived  h-iiui. the latu*r part of the   week   for  a short holiday with hi-s mother nt thi-  i'e:,to:i !!:*.t_r!. :\:.d ?_..'U<-': :.t    l-Vrnle.  S. l^nuier   Woin-nn'H   Tnt-tiilute,   part   pi-o-  ceeds Fair Day dinner  30 00  5 MeiiihershipH  10 (Ml  10-ee.il, collectlona        5 1M������  Two .H'tlm-!*--  ."  5_  .!<>!_  Hirdiir rriimdH, ralthi pi-iWH-edtt  I_3 5-MV  Women'ti Iiiiititii-*  Its l.":|^  3 MembemhipM. Dee. ������������ <*."������ j     "Vhu'win������e.i-.i  ut   tlie   Creston   fell  Membei-H anil fiieiidn of the Hed _*i*,isw.| f.iii \vi-i>* mailed   Hull t:-u.b    wiin...i-_ti-  ���������!..(-  ih,,...,.  ���������*,<* 11,  . t \ i <' ��������� -1 -I  i./A f 'mf fot-  fhrii'-ttji.'ii''  |llt|<.     <Uli,  in Hpeer.*" tiall on Tuenday uttei-iiooii | Alxait -p*_������J������i wm,  ;���������. ^..u Win ui_llvlt.:i;:. ��������� *���������<-;..-���������.. ������������������-.-��������� (.<���������! 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Tsiie   kisvisi^   oshst^t
I Greater Part of Wheat
Is lirading No* 1
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and be prepared against attacks of rheumatism, inmbago, neuralgia,
toothache and earache. Equally effective for relievingswollen joints,
sprains, eore throat and other painful ailments. Forever 40 yeara.a
family friend. Don't esperi_aent���buy Hlrafs���aSways have a bottle US
the house.  Has a hundred uses. Y.
A t dealers of write us. HIRST REMEDY CO.; Hamilton, ���anaes*
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They Will Convoy Ships and Watch for Submarines���Minister
1__II iSaVSl OCfvitcS nCi_u<_rTicGgc3  _--_.Sj.fj *_*_. iiiC  wi.uCti -J.SESS
In Formation of Service
Reports Indicate Grain   Is   of-Very
In.the opinion of competent authorities there will be more wheat of the
No. 1--Northern-grade, in Western
Canada this year than ever before.
Samples; of grain which are now being received at the Winnipeg Grain
Exchange equal, if they no dot surpass, samples sent in during the
same period in previous years,--while
reports fr*om all over the country indicate that the grain is of a very
high quality.. Most of the cars of
wheat arriving at terminals are grading No. 1.
Exports"give as the reason for the
excellent grading the exceptionally
good weather conditions during the
weeks the' grain was ripening, and to
the fact that there have been no
heavy rains since cutting began.
Several flax samples of high grade
have also been received at the Winnipeg Grain Exchange during the last
few days. Most of thc __ax._grown in
Manitoba this year was for the British government from seed imported
from Siberia.
?f ma* Dm-lAll? ��*i-_!��^_L"��" IflS tliill
American Writer Boasts for Great BHtaiir��� Says She KhowsNo
End to a Struggle Save Victory or Death and Has a Bad
Record for an Ambitious Despot to Face
Hon. C. C. Ballantync, minister of
naval services for Canada., authorizes
the following statement on the royal
Canadian naval air service, the organization of which Avas decided upon some weeks ago:
The establishment of an air service in Canada, intended primarily
for thc defence of thc Canadian
���coasts during the war, has been under consideration for some time, but
various difficulties, chiefly concerned
with the supply of the necessary material, have prevented this being
formed before. Early in 1918, however, thc government considered that
the . formation of an air service ior
coastal defence was of vital and immediate importance    to Canada, and,
escort convoys and perform other efficient services. This has been accomplished with lhc splendid aid and
assistance of our ally, the United
Subsequent to former press notice,
a great number of applications for
cadctship have been received for a
comparatively small number of vacancies at the moment. Owing to
this small number of vacancies, it is
felt that a large number of rejections will cause considerable disappointment, and although the^ application list is now closed, it is hoped
that further expansion of the service
may permit of it    being    re-opened,-1 tion
Eighty Canadians
���Oi_t_.-u.eu in v* 5��_T
Some Sent    Back   ih    England    for
A blinded man to care for the blind
is the policy of the department of
soldiers' civil re-establishment, as
indicated in an announcement at Ottawa by Sir James Lougheed that
Captain E. A. Baker, whose sight
was destroyed by a German bullet in
France three years ago, has been appointed  to   the    department's    voca-
Wc must not let our delight in the
astonishing achievements of our boys,
bearing themselves like veterans on
the bloodiest battleelds in history
and against the most intensively
trained troops ever sent into action,
blind us to the other 'big things' that
have been and are being done-in this
tremendous tournament of the nations. Even in our appraisement of
the great deeds of our allies, Ave have
naturally cVwelt chiefly upon the unexpected and the gloriously bizarre ���
the slaying of the Golia.ths by the
daring Davids. We have not stopped
to comment on the solidity of Mont
But it is after all on thc solidity
of the Mont Blancs that Ave build. Wc
all knew the stuff of which Old England'was made. What she has done
in this war���quietly, unboastingly as
is her Avont���has surprised no one
who knew English character, English
stamina and
inative writers
the British are fatuous���-then they
created that early turn in the tide
which released theY^eries of allied of��.
fensives that finally sent the Germaaa
back to the Hindenburg line���and bc-=
yond. They rose to the rank of a
full military -partner of France���ana -
there is no higher rank.
For all this they paid. There ia
hardly a home in Great Britain which
does not have its unvisited grave in
France or Belgium ��� not a street on
which the permanently maimed do
not limp to unaccustomed tasks. And
the figures show that the percentage
of casualties from the Mother Cousw-
try exceeds the percentage from tn��
overseas dominions, thus disposing of
one of the vilest, meanest, most das--
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man propaganda which charged that
the English Avere putting their colonials and their allies in the forefront
. .     . of the battle.    Lord Northcliffe esti-
English  history.   Imag-  mates their killed alone at 900,000!    *
s have "mentioned van- A, .
as it was felt that this service should I re^5Ycl,
be of a naval character and should
work in conjunction with the R.C.N.,
the matter Avas brought strongly before the notice of the British admiralty.
They were in complete agreement,
and sent out an airship officer, Flt.-
Commander Barron, ex-R. C. N., in
March, 1918, to inquire into the general possibilities. The United States
government lent the services of ^ an
experienced    civil    engineer,      Lieut.
while those candidates selected,    but
not yet required, will be put on the
f cadets
efforts are being made to give each
pfoA-ince the proportion of cadetships
that its population Avarrants in comparison Avith other provinces. Preparation has been made ' to train
flight cadets in _ the United States,
with the exception of a small number of airship cadets who will proceed to England for training.
The preliminary organization for
the provision of the necessary number of men is being completed, and
~      r ������   r-i    ��- ����� ,. .. !_���*-_.        \JL        111L.IL       J_>        l_r*_l.I_����       L.LJL1* W _ \_ _ _. LX,       IIIU
Johnson   U.S.N.,    and acting on _ the  applications wiU very shortlv be en
reports ot these officers, tKa.dnural; i tertained, nctice of y^hkh ^-j,
ty and air minister consented, to scr.c   -    th    ^r���_c -     .      ,.,..if.--   �����*>_. ,,.-i.
out more officers, including one for
general organization, assisted by a
small staff, together with two experienced seaplane officers for command
of the stations. These officers arrived in this country on Dominion Day
and haA-e, up to date, been settling
details of the preliminary organization, in conjunction with the director
of naAT.l services, Admiral Kingsmill.
Preliminary .arrangements are no.v
sufficiently advanced to Avarrant further details' of the policy and organization of the service being given to
the public. The title of the service
will be the Royal Canadian Na\-al Air
Service, Avith ranks of officers and
men on similar lines to those formerly used in the R.N.A.S.
The uniform for officers will be
dark blue serge, cut on military lines.
with na\-al-shaped cap and badges,
distinctive from thc R. C. N., but indicative of thc title of thc service.
The uniform for men Avill be similar
to that formerly in use by thc R. N.
A.S., and the discipline will be naval.
Rates of pay have not yet been completely settled, but Avill not be less
than those in lorce iu the R.A.F.
The thank-, of the Cnnadinu :_.o\"-
.rr.ni.v,'. are due to thc Am*"*riean S'oa*-
rrnm^r.t for .he latter having so gen-1
in tlie press in uue coUiaO. l_.cr
experience in the    following    trades
1.111     M.     OOlivu     1^1 , j.ul.II,u
tion engineers, fitters, turners, sheet
metal Avorkers, acetylene Avelders,
cabinetmakers, boat builders, photographers, and men Avith storekeeping
or general office experience, together
A\-ith a number of men for miscellaneous unskilled duties at a later
The militia department haA*e expressed themselves as Avilling to rc--
lease those required. The age limits
Avill be betAAreen 23 and40, the training of skilled men carried out in the
U.S.A., and it is hoped that the importance of the AA-ork, together Avith
the generous schedule of pay-now being draAvn up Avill be sufficient to
attract men possessing good technical abilities and other necessary
qualifications  of a  high order.
It is to be noted that a small percentage of the best skilled men will,
after completion ot training and from
reports of ability and conduct shown
during training, be giA-en commissions as technical officers Avhile thc
necessary senior non-commissioned
ranks will be filled in thc same Avay.
Up skilled men will b.; required for
Avorking parties and paid on a lower
a_ staff to care for blind soldiers.
Captain Baker, prior to his enlistment, graduated from Queen's as an
electrical engineer. He had served
just thirty days in Flanders when
his vision Avas destroyed, but in that
brief period he had Avon the Military
Cross and the Croix de Guerre. ���> Hc
was trained at St. Dunstan's hospital
for blinded soldiers in London, England, and as a result has been able
to resume his old profession, being-
employed as "trouble manager" for
the Hydro-Electric Power Commission at Toronto.
Altogether, there ha\-e been about
eighty members of the Canadian
forces blinded since the beginning
of the Avar, and the Avar department
has decided that ?.!! blinded Canadians shall be trained at St.' Dunstan's. Captain Baker intends to at
once establish an arrangement for
the training of blinded Canadians
in this institution, before they return to Canada. Already a number
of blinded soldiers AA-ho have returned to, Canada have been sent
back to England for training.
"Made in China" Now!
A pencil factory with a daily output of one hundred gross has been
started in Shanghai, China. This
marks the establishment of a neAV
industry in the country. .The product compares favorably with that
formerly imported from Germany
and Austria, and may in time replace
all foreign makes.
.-rou-iv c.v--r-cci to --upplvAho  pe,-Y scale, but it is intended to give facit-
sonr.fl   for   Canada's   royal' naval   air  1,u's  io,   those  men  to  graduate  mto
mil  ?uY'.   time" .is   Yana.liaii i t-u"  ranks  of the  skilled men. *
"I Avas aAvakened in my dugout by
a voice getting doAvn: 'Come up out
of there "you yelloAV sons of fishes 1'"
said a captured German officer. "I
kneAV it Avas the Canadians, and lay
still. When they folloAvcd it with a
Mills bomb, I  Avas  certain."
ous moments at Avhich the blundering
bully of Berlin lost the Avar and his
chance to conquer and enslave     the
Avorld; but those who take long views
of things and recognize the      primal
forces which have shaped the destiny
of nations since the disintegration of
the Roman empire Avill agree that the
doom of  Germany's  despotic    ambition was sealed on the day that Britain's councillors wheeled that nation
into line with the forces of freedom.
So they entered upon    the task of
bringing  doAvn���to paraphrase    Kipling���the  Beast  that Avalked like     a
Man.    They were under    obligations
to  send some "eighty thousand     soldiers to help the French.   The kaiser,
measuring their honor by his    own,
thought they Avoukrperfunctoriiy and
literally  redeem this pledge, and let
it go at that. Hence his remark about
their 'contemptible little army.'   The
fact is that Great Britain alone    has
sent on land and sea a total of six
and a quarter millions.    Her empire
h?.s added t .\-o and a quarter millions
more to this.    Over eight millions instead of eighty thousand���a hundred
in place of one.    That is the British
Avay.    When Ave  send fifteen  million
Ave will have done as well���but    not
till then.
England was no more a military
nation? than America "when the Avar
began. She learned to fight by fighting���and dying. We arc profiting today by her tragic experiences. Thousands of American lads Avill come
home to us alive and Avhole because
thousands of our blood-brothers from
thc British Isles have been killed and
mutilated���and_ have taught us how
to escape. Britain made her armies
while France and her own navy held
the cap, and then she poured them
into France and Flanders by the million to fight back thc eruption of Cave
Men that threatened to submerge civilization.
What, the English have done in this
Avar is too recent to need recapitulation. They gradually took ovcr greater and greater sections of the front.
They first fought defensive actions
Avith all the dogged courage for which
England's contributions outside the
western front have been worthyof a
great nation, even if they stood alone
Her naA'y has kept the "seas free for
the commerce "and the troop transports of the allied world. It has bottled up the German navy from the
first. Her ships have coaled, fed ana
munitioned the French���brought legions and food supplies from tha
SeA'en Seas. We are proud of on.
ovm SAyift shipment of troops in tha
firing line during the days of th.*
soul-shaking danger this last summer; but Avell over half of them went
in British bottoms conA'oyed by Brttn
ish Avarships.
Then where haA-e not the British
fought? The Suez was in danger. It
Avas the British that protected it.
There were German naval stations in
thc Pacific. The British mopped them
up. Russia asked help by way of the
Dardanelles. The British tried to give
it. Intervention was needed on the
Tigris. The British supplied it. The
British were at Saloniki. British ships
Avere in the Adriatic, ihe Biiiisa colonial troops freed Africa from the
Germans. British diplomacy steadied
the Moslem world when the Turkish
Sultan and his Sheik-ul-Isiam proclaimed a holy Avar. The British to--
day are moving south from Archangel
and arc at>-"Vladiv6stok.
Britain financed the allied nations
till avc came in to share the titanic
task. Her industries have clothed,
munitioned and supplied them in various vital Avays. The Germans say
that she has 'prolonged thc war.' By
that they mean that she has kept u_>
the fighting  spirit of the allies and
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_upjjuii.vu   tutii    iiiumi-
T-U-     Tt-.rr>~.
A. *1V_       X_T��.��V.��
is a dour fighter and knows no end
to a struggle save victory or death;
Hc never fights a limited liability war
���he goes in with his Avhole soul. The
day that British khaki appeared upon
the battle fields of France it was decreed that there could be but one of
tA\'o ends to this conflict���the collapse of thc British empire or the
final failure of Germany's dream of
world conquest.���A.R.C., in Philadelphia Public Ledger.
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������������.'���vh rlv   trained1     'She-,  naval  minister Avishes  to  reit-
Yhe  An-i-rican ��� cra'*c what has been said before, that
a*= well, rendered ev-!110 applications have been, or Avill be,
���'.v-.-'b'e 'u. the iniu.s- entertained from anyone in or on the
��� .,VV ;Y ;,. y,},,{ ,,;i-:.Y reserve of the R.A.F., and that all ap-
\.u)y-i,x, v iii.-*!. iiu-lud'..! plications from men in military or
.Li-.s ;.r.<l kite bul- ' '"aval units must be accompanied by
'���-'(���r.i'i���".>'���" hostile sub- ', -he written concurrence of their coui-
.���YYr,tY   ran-t,   h.-tw- ' manding  officer.
. i:'.: .-
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:!'-::!   ."ift'.-ei-*   !:;,.
,in_*,iiH'.-     for   ;ii!i
1 !l-
,!���<���   ;.��i -.:: - j ;: t : ��� -. - ii:*"-*;   tl:;.t
.���re n-.'ir,_'- <.:'.  the A '. ::.mie  ���' '
tr,     - )������,<)" i)     111",' 1"! :<���     ���-lilil:,.' ,' I i.i
.:i-,11><-.1 i;ile* j     The   position ���of   former    Canadian
->],���:     with! T..NVA.S.   officers now in  the R.A.F.,
the  na\ al j w ho   wish   to  transfer  after  the  Avar,
will  receive  every consideration, but,
as  clearly stated,  for  the.  time being,
im   :-{iplication:.   can     bo     entertained
niai-.hi'.u s i from  officers or 111011 in  tlie. R.A.F.  It
���1, nru'ly'; is,   iliri-' fore,  hoped   that  a  ready   rc-
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to   thr   reijuireiiieiils   of   the.   Jv.   C.   N.
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Origin   of  "Bol-.ht.vil."
'-.'a 1 ion;-,     explanation.;     have been
_-'iv"ri.  01   the origination  of the name:
l-nkhrvil..   A   J-.uss-.iau   doctor gives
the l ni--  ev. planation of how the. Avord
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Are Here Told t&e Best Remedy
for Their-Troubles��
BVecmont, 0.���"I was panning- thvough tho critical
���period of lifo, being forty-six ycars of ago and had all
the oymptoms incident to that change-���heat flashes,
ncrvouuncBS, and was in a general run down condition* <
ao it wa" hard for aio to do my worlr. Lydia B. Pink-
ham'o Vegetable Compound waa recommended to ~u~ as
the best remedy for my troublea,whlc_i it surely proved
to bo. I feel t_e.,t,._r and titrongc-; in every way tliioo
taltincr it, and tho annoying1 symptoms havo ditmp-
Scaved."���U-xa. M. Qodde-T, 025 Napoleon St., Fremont,
Nortli Haven, Conn .-���"Ly din, E. Wnltltnm'n Vcccta-
blo Compound restored my health after everythinr-!1 eltio
had failed when par_i.lngthrough chango of life. Then*
!s noih'ncr ,11r'* '*��� +�� overcome tho trying BymptomB."1
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The te$tator  gives:  ��������� $5,009 tc Irish Guardsmen disabled  in the Avar on in need of assistance,  to be spent as directed by the lieutenant -colonel commanding.  $5,000 to the evecutor for the education of son3 whose fathers have  been killed in the war.  $5,000 to help men disabled in the  war.  $250 each to his old friends and  servants Fells, Smith, JHines, Gibson, Peggs. and Tanner, his soldier  servant, Private Gorbey, and Sergeants Kenry, Hawe and Nolan,,  three N.C.O.'s of his company. The  Avill made on active service on sundry smaii pieces of paper, partly in  pencil and partly in ink, is dated November 22, 1917.  "War-Tint������ Cwkery"  &r  iie#*'Waj>time Cookery" This  book contains recipes cnosen  hy the judges as the best and  sasst grseifsa! resipeg submit**  f_3n Is ������isf _ra���������er_i cash prise  competition. It is intended to  assist in the conservation of |  food and t������ effect savings In  home cooking and baking.  jm   Approved by Caaatia Food Board  ������ ADDRESS  1E. W.Gillett Co_ Ltd.  1       ^TORONTO, CANADA  H7t.������'      A   ~7~^~-~xfrx.     X^070T.      't_V_*������*S  ��������� V A9J    _?__._.-._-&-__.������_..='   -.Mfi&a.. -B.-������������_L  i  Only Felt by Animals Which Depend  for Self-defence in. Flight  Fear is experienced only by animals which depend for self-defense  and species preservation upon flight,  according to Dr. George W. Crile.  The skunk, for example, whose chief  means of protection is its odor; the  porcupine, defended by its "quills;  the snake, which- repels its enemies  by its venom; the-turtle, Avhich is  securely encased in its shell; the lion  and elephant, secure in their superior  strength���������-these all exhibit iittie if  sny icsr reaction.  ^Gn the other hand, the rabbit, the  bird, the deer, the horse, the antelope, the monkey, and man-���������these are  the animals which pre-eminently exhibit fear and an irrespressible desire to flee from danger.  Fear is the mental part of the reaction by which certain types of animals preserve themselves, and it is  most interesting in _xtans who has-  recently changed from a fleeing ani-  mai into a fighting one, and Avho undergoes often agonizing inner struggles between the newly acquired-instinct to fight and. the age old instinct to run away.  fi -4*i.*y������__  S *-__IS?_-_-fS il -m-riMmi  Almost any man wiii ieii you  that Sloan's liniment  means relief  For practically every man has. used  it who" has suffered from rheumatic  aches, soreness of muscles, stiffness  oi joints, the results of *v*cather es-*  posure.  Women, tec, by the hundrerjs of  thousands, use it for relieving neuritis, lame backs, neuralgia, sick headache. Clean, refreshing, soothing*,  - economical, quickly effective. -Say  "Sloan's Liniment" to your druggist..  Made in Canada.   Get it today.  Start a Club in your town, where the  young people   can  gather.   We  build  small   tables    for  homes,: and   larger  ones  for  pub-  i lie rooms. Equip-  ystner-t  free.   Writo  "us   at   once    ior  lull   particulars.  _���������*.������������������������_*_ ������������������ii"  {___  MMMI������*MMM-__I_I I  m^ut000~iu00���������i000  -HSSSKHS  SAMUEL. MAY & CO.  102-104 Adelaide  St.   W..   Toronto  Wb������3 buying 'your Pits������  Insist en having an  Otto Higel Piano Action  ���������_n,������ .j   * ������ l-iMfj-fl ** ��������� _. mvm -  X   C?_^,.^^c  CROSS, SICKLY BABIES  Sickly babies���������those who are cross  and fretful; whose little stomach and  bowels are out of order; who suffer  from constipation, indigestion,- colds  or any other of the minor ills of little ones���������can be promptly cured by.  Baby's Own Tablets. Concerning  them Mrs. Jean Paradis, St. Bruno,  Que., writes: "My baby was very iii  and vomited all his food. He was  cross and cried night and day and  nothing helped hirn till I began using Baby's Own Tablets. They soon  set him right and now he is a fat,  healthy boy." - The Tablets are sold  by'medicine dealers or by mail at 25  cents a box from The Dr. Williams'  Medicine Co., Brockville, Ont.  Aiiies Share Our Sugar  Before the war, the allied nations  in Europe drew virtually no sugar  from, the sources of supply for this  continent. Now about one-third of  thc sugar from these sources is going to thc allies.  _U_-������-������JII������'l.J \*mm  Has Two Independence Days  Now that it has become a popular  custom among some of the allies to  celebrate one another's Independence  Days, the calendar seems to be fairly  bristling with  such   occasions.   Who | proved their* iauitiess "character "and  Faultless in Preparation.���������Unlike  any other stomach regulator, Parme-  lee's Vegetable Pills are the result of  long study of vegetable compounds  calculated to stimtilate the stomachic  functions and maintain them at the  normal condition.   Years of use have  would have thought, however, that  there was one country on the Amer*-  lean continent, Ecuador, which actually boasts of two'national days?  These Independence Days of the little republic are the 10th of August  and the 9th of October, and mark  two determined revolutions, the first  of which failed, only to spur the patriots, revolting against Spanish domination, to shake it off, a.few  months later, forever.  Wiii Avenge Jiead  Wh������_a War Is Oes.v  Kavelock Wilson Says French   Will  Aid in Punishing Germans  for Crimes  J. Havelock Wilson, president    of  the International    Seamen's    Union,  and leader o������ tiie seamen of Great  Britain, has made a statement to The  Matin on the boycotting of Germany  -t-i    ....__��������� m t-"! _  b .sa-B-ieess-s    s s-s_e_sb_s--  WWWkrVM,       ������_ -X   ~- I0X. , XT-, -a-*  Could Play Organ Better Than Trum  xnsult to Injury  "What's up, Alf? You don't seem  half in a. rage."  "So 'ud you be if you saw a a blink-  in'  civilian fanning your    best     g.5*-'  with his exemption card."  ver Province.  -Vancou-  established their excellent reputation  And this reputation they have maintained for years and will continue to  m     ^        tii&  maintain, for these pills must always | after"the war  stand at the head of the list of stand-      ������jj0 treaty by the allied    govern-  iments,"  he said, "could punish  Ger-  ! many as she deserves.      The    allied  peoples  themselves should inflict on  ard preparations.  Mrs. Quackeness���������"Am yo* daughter happily ma'd, Sistah Sagg?"  Mrs. Saggs���������"She shuah am? Bless  goodness, she done got a husband  dat's skeered to death of her."  Minard's Liniment Cures  Cows.  Garget in  Press- Agent    (earnestly)���������Believe  me, old man-  Editor      (interrupting)���������You     are  [asking too much.���������Buffalo Express.  tha "Germans full punishment fo?  their awful crimes. British territory  has not suffered, but the British  have sworn to avenge your ruined  provinces. The British count-by thousands seamen and civilians who hav������  been murdered. The French will heip  us to avenge our dead after the war."  Life that ever needs forgiveness has  for its first duty to forgive.���������Bulwer,  pet  There  is  an  amusing     story  about Sir Frederick Bridge, the fai-i-  ou_- organist of Westminster Abbey,  and of how he was, once  guilty    of  making a "row" within the edifice*. It  ���������_yas at the time of the coronation of  King George V.    One of the rehearsals   to   take place  was   that  of   th e  State trumpeters, who practiced their  fanfares within the building.  During  their temporary absence Sir Frederick Bridge thought    he    would    see  what kind of a fanfare he could produce, and, borrowing    one    of     the  trumpets, set about malting such discordant sounds that the clerk of the  works came up and expostulated: "If  that row continues," he    said,    "ray  workmen  threaten  to go  on     strike,  and if they do the coronation    will  have lo be postponed."    Sir Frederick  hurriedly put down the trumpet, and  soothed the workmen by playing     a.  sfcleption on thc organ.  It Makes New Friends livery __>ay. j  ���������Not a  day goes  by that Dr. Tho  mas'   Eclectric  Oil  does  not    widen  the circle of its friends.    Orders for  | it come from the most unlikely places  i in  the west  and  far  north,  for    its  told j fame  has  travelled- far. . It deserves  this attention, for no oil has done so  much for humanity.      Its    moderate  cost makes it easy to get.  Shoes for Hire  "Shoes wanted on hire" is the latest advertisement to appear in the  German papers. Some .of these advertisements are inserted by "Gentlemen wishing to hire shoes for a  certain period, owing to the necessity of going out of town on business trips." They offer from $2 to  $3 a week, according to the age of  thc shoes.  One of the commonest complaints  of infants is worms, and the most effective application for them is Mother Graves' Worm Exterminator.  Savin^Su_Jar  and Wheat  is coBifoi*tab_ly  done when one  uses  This cereal food  is composed part-  Ivof barley and  contains its own  sugar made from  its own {Jrains.  AtruiyworiueFj  fill Food, ready  Rabbit Replaced Wallaby  Red-brown   Quadruped   Was   Grass  Pest  Before the  advent of    the    rabbit  and  the  fox in  Australia  thc    rock-  wallaby made its home among   ^ the  cliffs  bordering    the    Snowy    river,  where  it  passes     through     southern  Monaro (N. S. W.) literally in thousands.    The little red-brown  quadruped was then becoming a grass pest  and as his skin was then worth only  4 cents the pelt hunter didn't bother  much  about iii*...    But an interested  mutton merchant some years ago put  a  premium  on  thc  skins,    and    the  writer  and a  mate  started  out    one  winter   morning   with   about   two   inches of frost on the ground and every  tree   powdered  with  hoar  frost,  for  the  wallaby   ground.    The  artillery  consisted  of   two   guns,  one     a  single   muzzle-loader.    (Thc    breechloader was then a rarity on Monaro).  By noon the hunters had downed over 60 wallabies.    Thc beasts wen. so  iiiMTU'rouB in some quarters that two  wallabies occasionally fell to a single  shot.    Soon after that tlie pelt.trader  scented profit, and Ihe work o. decimation  began.    Now these cliifs arc  silent and deserted, save for Reynard  J .'."v.!   th.'*   -*������������������**���������.*-..il   t--i..l..t    whirl,   rrfn.s  the  wallaby pastures close and Irom  this rough  country will nevev be ex-  terminal, d.  Minard's Liniment Cures Distemper.  Chance  for  Suvi: thc waste  12,000,000 cupr.  Saving  Sugar  -���������i  of  1.  Tl .  t<  a  nd  0���������04 ~m.  0*~-mr  II  H ft  I ���������ComiH-n Food Bor.nlLiu-nscM-c.lo 1  e    ._    6  VrV  IM.  II  I,'../  -"ofiYc  If I'vcn aii average of half a tca-  spoonful oi sugur |>er cup i:. Ictt undissolved ut tlie bottom of cups of  these, beverages thc waste would be  120,000 lbs. of sugar daily!  Use im nion* Kiipfar thai, you need  :���������.!>'! . t'r yc-nr 1i.'Ter:if-������������ until the  Mi-...!.- is  .ulirelv dissolved.  Il is estimated that ahc-iil one-third  Jot   all   Mi^arc   ured   jn   the   lionicf)   is |  u-,<:������l m ic;. aim oilier.     i nunc it ������ivii  ---how i"  il  in  your  lio-ne?     Is   there [  I .i   v li,i.lli r   li il    *,,* viuv ������������������ *  _tt wT is like a dream now to think of the  I long, weary months I Bpent in ner-  Ja*   vous  helplessness.    Some  days  I  would bo cheered by feeling better, but  only to slip back again, and to be more  than ever discouraged.  "I had always been vei-y active. Had a  wide acquaintance and did much entertaining. In addition to helping in whatever was going on at tho church, there-  was Red Cross work to be done, and all  the timo I had my little family to look  after and could not get help.  "I suppose I tried to do too much, for I  got so 1 could noi; Hiee-; ai. nigult. -ttuu  'always folt tired out in the mornrngf..  Then t would havo headaches and did not  seem to care for my meuls.  "Instead of tho usual ambition and  energy I .found myself putting off tho  duties of tho day.   T got behind with the  ,x4xi,.-.r.*-iif\x.,r      ������....-.    *.-.>������f������    i|V*'r>-������������>*'Irif<    TV*.**-.  "I did not think that I wan nick, but  only tired. Howover, tho time came when  I did not get up in the morning. I simply  could not. The doctor camo and saidr,  "Nervous Prostration." It _n___m3 I had  kept on lliu uu. until the neivuuB syBtcni  was wrung dry of all nerve force.  weeks dragged into months, without find-"  ing much improvement.   I was completely  discouraged and almost devoid- of hope.  . "But one day a friend told me of her  experience with Or. Chase's Nerve rood,  and she was so sure that this treatment  would do me good that I decided to give it  a chance.  "I need scarcely say that there were  somo dark, discoilraging days after  beginning the use of the Nervo Food, but  as my appetite and digestion improved  I felt that I was gradually getting back  the old-time vigor.    Sleep became more  -m. x. l>- -.������������*_-, \      tf-.v-.r--t      *.<������������������ r\-f \*rt c-T>?*>4V TH^-A     .rl <���������* **1 r      tflltiirflf.  lllMKUiMM trmmm^m ,_-���������_,-_._ '    " ' mm~ '      ' '    ' '        '-- ----- -.       passed and I began to take a more cheerful view of the future. Then I began to  plan what I would do when T got around!  no--.... Thr> l.ni.qn -rn'mt ho d.*-cor.*_t.*d nnd  the children brought home, for I had  to send them to my Bister's on account ot  ihe W-.y their r.oi������.e distnrb-pd me.  "Now I tii-i thai i *tiu ..ninety well  again, and without hciiitution rjive tin.  credit to Dr. Chase's Nervo Food. I can*  not tell you the pleasure it gives me to bo  restored to myjiusband and children after  the .onp* period of ht'ii.ie.ssii.'ss."  ~  m  tmm  ��������� l*iu. .  rx X* x-  .. ,1  -_..������'.   l.-__--_ii> m   i-t-.-ti   run a.   uu   loui.i  rot   52.TG,  all  uuitloru,   or  VldmnnHou.  -.      IIKM-     ~  im.e-i   _t_  .\fmXmmf  f        v, ������    0-*~0i~   %T  -J  T. E!*?*; Wfcfffl.'oif.'-i _r fAna \.;...--_.'.__. ji  IJ!_i!W^**i^-'ll^rWr^l'**W^ 0mmV0mmmmmmmi0Ty~mm~  ���������___________________!_!_____1^  j^l -fjiff_Afe_^*������i*^-������*1^ 4^]0p*yim  ��������� 0*  w rx,       -���������I     .-,   j4ww mr-~ti~  M__-������l-WWI(|li-t|-ft  .   _v*   ������--0*vit  i*-**'-*^*^  -\- aHf x,f-t   *tfimdt ^^l*n*W"w������������liiiM^   -1    m  *  StV1, *h$\    i^*f^^ftW#***<<>*'������'     ���������%������-*   T^^^i^fl^^rtlflT^Wl^Wtl.t,  MB--Wit ii^ill^*_.*^ll_lnlW.^^i.ifB.'.ii-. .i^-^-^^w^-*^^^^^* ---���������  _5_______kw^?_!4__^_E_^^  * ������.>. MmW w������^i������-i*ivyto-M<t_rti������4wlfw^ vvdKd.Ax'yxtmm-r*'  m~mmmmMimmmm*0-*m-m -w____.__#>*. *m^-_^-^������w^ THE CBESTON BBVBBW  ������������������������ 5 BBS *������  STOH HEVlliW  Issued every Friday at Creston, B.C.  Subscription: $2 a yean? in advance;  ������2.5������ to U.S. points.  -���������C. P. Ha-ybs, Editor and Owner*  ORESTON. B.C.   FRIDAY, JAN.   3  With the war over, and a dim  but distant future prospect of lower prices, comes the disconcerting  news���������to some���������that the shortened  skirt and fewer,clothes idea that  partly of necessity developed with  all and sundry of the .womenfolk  the last two years particularly, will  not be discarded.  At a meeting oi: the American  Health Association last month feeling was quite pronounced against  the ladies reverting bacK.to P-rer  war customs entirely in tWinatter  of 'wearables* one lady medico !in  attendance remarking ihat "women  are cleaner now because they have  to wear these thin: clothes."  We presume this conclusion was  arrived at on the theory that with  the leas opaque and abbreviated  garments the wearers thereof had  to exercise greater diligence to be  sure they had "washed up as far as  possible and down as far as possible."  I_et us be thankful tii&t the arm-  stice has Intervened or some of the  fair ses shortly would have been  called upon to pay some of the  same sort of attention to .the as yet  undefined "possible" portions of the  female form divine.  B o'ciock opening���������:the mornings  are still too dark, coal oil is high-  priced, and the extra half-hour between the blankets these chilly  a.in.'s is decidedly worth while.  With the flu trouble interfering  but slightly at some centres, and  more Jieavily at others, a set of test  I papers to fit the emergency would  be pretty much out of the question.  With scholars . ranging from  around fourteen years and upwards the longer hours and Saturday teaching looks to be the only  re  solution. W^th the holiday season  now over parents would appreciate  some statement from the trustees  as to what they are going to do in  the matter. ....:...  ���������A-.'-i...  *-~7h8BBmm-4������a Q&~--f������7r������9mmt������@m  .xB������a&-fg&������  Before the war it was the plumber who invariably was placed first  amongst the get rich-quick tradesmen. The last four years-, however, would appear to have altered  the situation in this regard.. Listen  to this from the Kaslo Kootenaian:  Pete Johnson, who has been in  charge of the baking ovens at the  Kaslo bakery for some years past, has  resigned bis situation and quay go  south jEov the winter.  What seemed to be the trouble;  did the boss get wise and install ������  cash register ?  I HEREBY GIVE NOTICE that on Monday, the 3rd day of February, 1919, at the hour of 10  o'clock in the forenoon, at the Court House. Nelson, I shall oto for sale at public auction the mineral *  claime m the list hereinafter set out of the persons in the said list hereinafter set- o������fc for deH-jqueiit. taxes  unpaid by said persons on the 30th day or June, 1918, and for costs and expensea. if the total amottn. ������������e  is not sooner paid. .  The  owner is a  member  Amendment Act, 1918.  Collector will be pleased to receive any information respecting the following list where the  nember of the  Allied Forces and entitled to  the benefits  of   Section 29 of  the Taxation  Dated at Nelson, B.C., this 24th day of December, 1918.  EDWARD FEBGTJSON,  Acting Assessor and Collector.  Those who take more than passing interest tn local affairs are now  speculating as to whether the passing of the late Rev. W. C. Bunt  will bring about, church co operations on a still bigger scale in Creston Valley.  For over a year now we have  had a foretaste of it in the agreement entered into late in 1917  whereby the Methodists were allotted Erickson and Canyon City,  and the Presbyterians took Wynndel and Sirdar, and so far as we  can team the arrangement has  been strictiy and advantageously  observed.  Can the arrangement be still further extended so that members of  these two denominations the Valley  over can be of one accord in one  place on Sundays and other occasions ?  If one may judge by the attendance of Methodists at the PiTRby-  terian houae of worship the last  couple of Sundays it might look as  if Rev. Mr. McCord way the right  man in the right place ior tlie eon-  -.nmmation of so desirable an  undertaking.  How about the individual members and adherents of the two congregations? With bo pronounced  a scarcity of clergy with both denomination-*, it will be too had if  ..very effort, in not made to effect a  get-together, which will -ih.o include  the Sunday (.chools. Secular separate Hchoolm are in dinfavor the  province over. Why footer t^e r������-  verhe idea in the religion", arena?  In the Okanagan fruit growers  are busy making guesses as to why  the .apples, are, apparently not  -standing up." In many parts this  fruit is ripening too fast, and all  variaties are almost a month ahead  of their proper season. One reason  given is that there was a sustained  dry hot spell in. the spring and this  has the effect of bringing on the  fruit too fast. Another sugges'iaoi.  is that the heavy August rains are  responsible. A third reason offered  is the heavy, frost:.the. last of May'.',  _-;' Bonner's Ferry Times: feritain  Day was not publicly observed in  Bonner's Ferry, but it was not for  lack of appreciation of the work of  the British army and navy in the  war. The influenza conditions and  the weather combined to make it  inadvisable to put on a celebration  at. that time. Just the same  Boundary county will be found  shoulder to shoulder with the  Creston district of B.C. whenever  real occasion arises or whenever  opportunity offers for efficient  team work. S;  mSonie. "Word/ WajiIoi/  Fine     Uiovu.-V'.-,   ��������� ditorial    lant  ggenting   a  lengthening of  <-x-l$m  b  Capt.. Alexander Martin, who  narrowly missed being torpedoed and  dropped into the frigid waters of the  North Sea a score of times, arrived in  Victoria yesterday on tha* steamer  Niagara. He is proceeding to Seattle  to-day with his officers and crow to  take charge of the steamship Birriwa,  which in to be completed in'the Puget  Sound metropolin by the end of tho  month for the Commonwealth Line of  Australia.  Thirty-three mem hers of the crew of  the Birriwa came up on the Niagara.  The chief engineer is Mr. Duncan Oiim-  ..v._n, who hisH ii.ao had u good deal of  \v.i.: -/one experience. ���������  (..apt. Martin is one of the (.oinmoii-  wealth   line'.,   veteran'   skippers,    ho  having navigated the company'.. yesH-  ,id>s in .......out eyery   sea.    He   wan   in  Miirnniinil of cai-tfo-carriers operating  on the Huhnwu-ine area for almost the  entire duration of war and on   several  ' ���������      ���������      ��������������� - i.   ...i.i. r\........,.,���������>���������  Mx,.r4L.-������i.4*4.4 ...... ._ ��������� * ......   .. * ..:.*:*'���������'  underwater craft,, escaping  to   safety  in each cum: by a stroke of   good   luck  end skilful navlgi.t.ton.-���������('olnnial.  i.~..ii r   ���������._...,  , r.. |#.,,  ... ._,._>���������������������������    .*  Imf*    been     wi-My    dif.eiiH-.ed,    and 1 (,Uvdou Ninith and Mrs. H. Pool,   both  while oninion  is not exactly ntiani- j of whom are now   living   in   Victoria.  .*������������������*, i In    i.    j.,   fnivl v I ���������'" iH "iuioMt  litt.i-t'ii    yi-aii.    nitui'    Iin-v  ..M    ....  i������.  generally   agreed   thM,  any "r,i������dng i  oil'" on the examination  pap^rn to I ���������.   .  meet the emergency won),I be   Vi-vy I  ilim-Hlron*. all rouiel.  Willi i.i..;..- '..]:;��������� :'?.���������������������������,   '���������? W<-. or'-i*  l)Jl< _   IIH'l,   llltll   .ill   ,i|.Jll,  I   lull  >l   l-l.I IIIMI  I >���������-' eiiil ri*i   vii.it. of f������".v dayn al  the cup  STAB.. O.? C2_____X__S  Arlington   ���������   Arlington  Jb-raction  Alice  Annie May ;   Albermarle Fraction  Alice Fraction    Alma  Blairmore Coal Lands, Ltd  Blairmore-. Cc__i Li-tads. _L_t-3,  Alexander, G., Forster, H. ...  ,  John, Sol    ......... London &^Rossland Syn.'....._...  -ii-.iioim ih un,. ii���������������i,i.;, ^'/jr,i.;,r. .''.I;-. \/:,  th., f._..-t ..hat. the .vonnj..-.>ter������������ "*��������������������������� .*������������������������������*.  Hiiiied for we.d. i-iii������ Iioiihi hold li.dp  in limny nonni., ������-���������-.,��������� ,.,..11;, ',., ',,],,-.  v.iit,.'r  eea-M.n.     < Mben.  ahy r-il' the :  JiiiolioK wood iiitu li ail the::i' liiiirn  i>i ii-iiti Im/ii iiIi mn, H i,,', ,x I,it, oiij.iolil-  I1..1.'. Tln'iiMii'i'diiv An.Jy -'arb'on'..  l-'aii*. (milium h load    of   fui'l,    nli|>pe<l  .*���������     :;���������--;;��������� ���������    -   .!,���������?. .---  iivii* a,n  i*inl>,_nk intuit     t.lie hay' burn-  II tl HIIHIMOllOK  ���������''Oi O   lll|lilit>    ll,..;       l.i,t!l  of . Iii'iii lnul to h.' -iliot.  Alexandria   _.  Annie Maud  Archer  ..���������  Proctor, Thomas C_.  Fowler,.S. S.  Fowler, S. S^  McArthur,  __rff...  April Fool No.  Annie   _    2 Fraction  Powys, Arthur V.  Swedtoerg, J. P.  Xiot  -Jo.  .��������� 3648  . 3649  _". 1928  ..* 3689  ... 3842  ... 4969  __,��������� 2162  ,~~ 2165  ...��������� 4210  ... 3202  ..-  8058  Atlantic ���������.  Amethyst  Bid  Berlin   ......  Brittania  Berne  Black Watch     Broad Axe-   Ben Hassen   '���������   Bi-MetalUc     Boundary   No.   X  w���������  Blind Canyon    Bonner  Bruce  Fraction  Cumberland      - Cleopatra.    ,   Courtland  Copper   Queen      Canadian   King   ....  Curfew     _.   Centennial     .   Centre   Star      Crowfoot      Comstock      Calgary       Columbia    ....  Camp   View  Colorado  ��������� Rand,' A. E., Lennte, R. S���������  Wrasse, B. C.  ���������       407  . Rand, A. ___., Lennte, R. S.,  Wragge,  E. C.  4209  ���������. Malcolm,  James ' ; _ :��������� 105{\9  Kootenay Bonanza Mines, JUtd.  .     901  Kootenay Bonanza Mines, l_td _ 3251  Kootenay Bonanza Mines, I_td.   3253  " Heckman, M., Harrop, B.   2881  Kootenay Bonanza Mines, Ltd.   4I4o.  .. Canadian King, C. G. M. Co., Ltd.    4198  New North Fork Gold Mining Co.    3633  '** __>yer,   Sd   4622  Z McDonald, J. H.  (Bt Al)   1344  .. Lafferty, G. A.  .. 3771  Porter, David G. and Jaeot������ C ...Ji... 6296  .". Lennie,  R.   S.   . , 10602  ;.. Mahon, Ed  _.���������    904  .  The  Exchequer Gold Mining,  Limited  Liability   ��������� ..     387  .. Trail Creek Hidden Treasure  Gold   Mining   Co.     3436  .... Baltimore G. M. & D. Co    3429  .. The Canadian King Mining Com-  nany,   Foreign    . 4196  Maione and -fregillus ,.  5034  ���������'. Sibbald,  John   ,.��������� 5836  .���������. DeVeber, L. B. ;  3766  ���������.. Lafferty. G. A. ___..* :_.._..���������.__v.. 3770  .... Mothelode Sheep Creek Mining'  Company       ��������� .  8347  T_er-.ri.__     T������     S!       TtnTlrl.   A.   E..  - ~*""wragge7*E.lC. .���������.. .... ���������  4208  A1 o-v-te r_i_^_a������������.  Delight  Directorate    ___������ ^   Directorate  Fraction  Dotfiihion   ..____;.��������� _r .  Exchequer    .���������_,  Epoch   Evening Star  Eclipse    ...  Emerald"     Exchange      Eldorado   .......;  Elkhprn'      Edward  D.  ....  Eureka      Flossie R. ....  Fee Donald .  Free* Silver   ,  Golden   West  Devlin, George xt   SS7?  _���������    ���������   Devlin, G. R., O'Brien, J. S. B-.  Dushenay, A. O., Gore, C. H.   10029   , Johnson, Archie M.  , . .���������    634  . ........  Kootenay Bonanza Mines, Ltd.  ���������_.    907  "."    ; Delight Gold Mining Co., Ltd.   4206  ".'  Blairmore Goal Lar.ds, Ltd.   ... 4442  ���������        ���������     _.. Blairmore Coal Lands, Ltd. -���������^���������.-��������� 4882  ~~.     .' ���������   Mother Lode Sheep Creek Gold       .or.'1  Mining C<������ :.........;: }. ........__...._��������� 8815  _:          .  The Exchequer Gold MiningYCom-    -  ~'\m~iri-*!!~i        nany,   Limited  Liability  ���������_.__._-...���������    389   .. 1   Erl." Syndicate    ;  _.  245S  . .     .    Swcdberg, J. P., Willson. W. H.       2014  ,���������.7__ .:  Ferland,   Arthur   .. i ��������� 3674  .. ���������   Macdonald, Wm. A ^......_.   2907      ;.  The Pilot Gold Mining and Mih-   .  eral   Company ...���������   3451*.   ��������� ;   .' Mother Lode Sheeep Creek Mining  Company     ��������� __.  8346      Irvine,   Fred  _ _ ���������...���������  9175     Annas, H., Pool, A., Devlin, G.   8872     Bonanza Mines. Limited   .... 3255  ..._   Dyer, E. J.    ..... 4620     Blairmore Coal Lands, Ltd ���������. 5124       McDonald, W. A., Thompson, P.N.  Johnson, A._ M., Fenwell, May L. 2902  Fairview      McDonald, W. A. Thompson, P.N.,  Johnson, A. M., Fenwell, May   L. 2903  Falls   View    _.  ;  Hamilton,. C.  R .'.  _ ���������  4997   ���������  Swedberg, J. P., Holm, J  4792     Mother-lode Sheep Creek Gold Mining Company  ���������  8816  Golden   Chain   ���������.��������� ��������� Lennie, R. S.  4154  Golden   Eva   ...  Lennie, R. S.   4153  Glasgow    . .-. .��������� ���������     Schallenberger,' H.  H.   .���������  6599  Glasgow,  No.  1  Fraction  ~   Schallenberger, H.  H.    .. 6611  Golden   Rod      .. ���������   _...  Schallenberger,  H.  H.    6605  Golden   Fieece      Schallenberger, H. H ���������  6607  Grand  View _   Kootenay  Bonanza, Ltd _     6SE*  Goodenough    '"."."'._..."...'....."   Stewart, Mrs, Janet      392  Goldengatc _   London & Rosaland B. C. Syndicate 2934  Grand  Prize . ��������� ���������   Kootenay   Bonanza  Mines,  Ltd   ...... 3692  Gold   Bell   Kootenay  Bonanza Mines,  Ltd.    4155"  Groat Western      _ __. _   Kootenay  Bonanza Mines,  Ltd.  4148  Great Eastern . . .,���������  Kootenay  Bonanza  Mines,  Ltd    4152  Golden  Star           .'.���������     Kootenay  Bonanza MtneB,  Ltd.  .  3594  Golden -Standard      Kootenay  Bonanza  Mines,   Ltd     4158  Gold Tip .'   ."���������    Kootenay  Bonanza Mines,  Ltd.  4157  aroat-Western Fraction'"."'/..'.'.'.....'   Koolui.ay  Bonanza Mines,  Ltd.    -4779  Gold Standard   The Canadian King Mining Com-   :  pany, 'Foreign   ^_,  4199  Good . Hope    Fraser, John  _���������.. 4382  Golden Giant '��������� . ....  Reliance Gold Mining and M,  '    ���������" . Company, Ltd.  ���������  4655  Gold   Bell .    .        ..  Reliance. Gold Mining and M. "~  Company, Ltd. ���������  4C57  Good Hope No. 1 .*.   Fraser, John ;���������  4383  Gilford     ...'.          The New Erie Mountain Mining   "  Company  4624  Golden   Cross       The Forty  Nino Crook Mint^S  Company,   Ltd  4388  Golden   Qucun    ������������������   .Tones,   Emilia     5284  Grey   Copper       Watorlow, George S  4899  Gibraltar    ���������   Fowler,   S.   S  21C4  Gray   Eagle    \  Campbell,  S  1488  ..old Note     ReHr-ficc   Gold   Mining  and   Mill-  . |',���������/*.���������,.!        Inf.  Company,  1-iinr.lto.l       iU6  ���������Government   Valparlno Gold Mining Co  4908  Glpsoy     ..:   Powyn, A. V  3200  Grand   Fractional    Kootenay  Bonanza Mines,   Ltd  2113  Humming   Bird   . .   '    Baltimore G.  M.  & -D. C,  Ltd   34?,!.  Hlghland  Chief  .."    Mcclcmnn, -M.,  and Harrop,   E.    2880  Henry   Clay       Hostad, A., Schmidt, G .C,  MUlor,    J  4200  Hungry   Man    :.....   Curtis.  Smith,   Denora -Mines,   Ltd .4083  HoiilUm        New T'.-rl(. Mlnlnf* Gomrtany   ,  4026  HorMciihoc    ......l.V........    Kootenay Bonanza Mines,  Ltd  zssiiit  Hamilton    Katie D.  Green Gold Mining Company      5470  4MaH.iMi.aivn    ,    v.',...,......-,  ;-_.  r.   *nfti.  Happy   Jack    '   Wllnon  and  Hwedborg  211 tit.  Highland   Chief    T.rltl.ih   Linn  G.  M. .T>.  Co  5620  Homi-t-tuku    Porter, D. G. and J. C.   6297  Hillside    Hunter, S. A., Larson, Olo.  10442  iiiiiiiriiKM  iron   Arm  lmi"-rno   t'Tiu-.ioii  Ingernoll   Impi-rli-l  lnlu-rmiiii '  :..>:.   ('������������������:V-  1 nili*'ii'Tiili*in*i'  lri'tK-  I r.iii   Mil vrr     Iiit.iriiatl.tiiul       Intiiimlloiuil  No.  .Tim   ("row  .Ii-mmIi'  .1.    M.   M.  .1 iiinlc    1.1 in I  .1 It UH  liO'lO-r  .t.ilc������-r  .tlllUlllV  ��������������������������� .".!.,   .. t;  Kirllll-lllu     !'. I ;, J '  Ktlll.    Holoirloli  iv il..-;    >,.*    i'..      ,',,|.,  Rliallenherger,  IT.  H. "..; VV....:....... 659R  Canadian King 'Mining Co  4197  V. *.. 'vi-'.^.i.'ir-.w   ...���������!!<    AdMiMMon* H'.-������n  A. W.  Smith  ->-���������-_.  .ToiiB 1\ Swedberg   3080  H.  H.   Fowler     UlflS  Campbell   Sweeney  1487  Mother  i.od.i iv.  .iin',������ii  C.'..,.'._  -.'.'.,.:���������..:������������������  r'-. RH17  II.  H.   Lennie   -i_i>i  ('iiiiii'i,'ii   Dnvlin     *1'..4S  II. K.   Shallunbt-i-gur    CROC  11.  H.   Hhallenborger   .v,  6610  IO.   Mahon    V.  409  Kootenay   llnnaniea   Mines.   T-ld   ...... 6K0  ICootvtiuiy   Iloimrini   Mlnen,   Titd.    .    . 902  London ������������������*_��������� HommIiiiiiI 11. O. Hyu  29.'t:i  'l-Mc   Juno   Mliii'ni,   Ltd     Ml 1,1  Iv.   I������.   lil������������i:n   <J.    M.   ������'i.   1>.   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I U  2.75  2.75  2.75-  2:75  2.75  2.75  2.75 .  2.76  2.75  2.75  2.75  2.75  2.75  2.75  2.75  2.76  2.75  2.75  2.75  2.75  2.75  2.7G  2.75  ���������   2.75  2.75 "  - 2.75  2.75.  2.75  2.75-  r.,75-  2.76  2.76  yi.'.ti  2.76  2.75  2.71.  2.76  2,75  2.75  'ft ir  _.'. 7 5  2.76  2.76  2.7 &  ^76  2.75  2.75  2.76  2.75  2.75  2.75  ���������2.75  2.71.  2.7 f.  2.7 U  2.75  r,   r,r  "S~~m\   _  $34.75  11.00  -_.1I.50"  S7.76  11.75  59.00  56.50  51.50  11.25  44.00  36.75  16.75  20:75  51.75  21.50  34.00  24.00  10.25  S4.00  20.75  14.50  25.75  15.75  32.75  50.25  . -. ne.  O.-rU  13.25  67.25  52.75  ';���������   60.251  '   20.25  28.75  ���������AC   ftc   '���������  0������J>.rti_l������_*  23.75  54.75  12.50  mifmr.  33. ��������� 5  67.^5  67 75  -       m-xt*      t,A\  52.75  29.60  23.75  11.00  ...;J.;.6.flO  50.75  23.75  42.75  27.50  S3.75  27.50  14.25  25.25  32.75  10.25  28.75  41.00  23.75*  32.00  14.75  ���������     48.75  41.75  46.75  51.50  19.00  26.75  26.75  27.75  7.50  32.75  14.00  39.00  52.75  46.50  51.50  57.75  87.75  25.25  2..2:i  45.25  54.00  62.75  20.25  40.00  40.25  54.76  15.50  36.25  14.25  39.00  ���������16.75  41.50  .41.50  34.00  15.25  31.25  32.75  60.25  41.50  65.25  15.75  -i,hi  l.W.������M.  67.76  51.75  <>7..Ti  17.75  41.00  17 r.i.  47.75  -66.00  12. aril..7..  ** ** 11"  Mi.lft.  .17. It.  ���������III.00  11.75  22.75  14.00  32.00  4H.75  l������S.7r.  12.25  ���������i-i.vr.  .5.2r.  44.00  c   I l|  til.. 2:.  Co)ll'-IHl(--l   Oil   1*1.  ���������������_������  ,_���������'  ^Wa������M������IWil������������������������M������������������w>y^-wMWMyaWM^^  'ii _____ liiri^i _,i_. _ -i. --������ la^-s 1 <. -fT-. n.*���������ri7^mwx VT.ffimmiH.vrximimi.i'i 'i,-twt0ivm4,mix,mm**4.,.  ____S______________S  n-himju-hi,-,^,, 1 i.'..���������. ^.^v^.^���������^<|n|)M|||| ,^���������^~i.1z.-l,.J-um4m  gSaa^  'Z?������������ZZ!!xlT^  :*______������jffiESMW__; B-B-SSSf-^   _S_T  __r   -\mtsgg   Sg   ________._______?___  Ladies and Gentleman,���������The big car  of feed should ba hare very shortly  now as I h__-m,had ,the  invoice some  time'and ~^~~~\^m^^^^^  shortly aft#:the%_rv6f# rSach'&Vnfic'v  'The bran a^-g^||1|^^������_#hi^;  get 200 sacks of bran in this car. I am 15  now dealing wittfthj-eefe'ms and I am | j  -.ut-e that If ^c-������  -_������"^c-pe?c������tQ  -s*S$h  z~,s \ \  /x\ ~*s./-v-v*n<tt  bi  most all bef& WHel- b^l  il  that I will  have  a  surplus of Oats  Crushed and chopped,   barley whole  attd? rchopp^Sv. $.8������  90W - whole  and  you will never again be-out of feed  haye also arranged to  store a'lot  feed so that I will try and have a little  on h^MVthJruKJf. liwa-at^iiall; to^. l-?i4  j me k^#l;i'fS>o^p:|^br__^r ^^^i#t-!  ' you ipiaU^ttee^.^-Ka^et^l^M^ *(^ift|i.<JL^  v. few days. You understand, my  friends, that this Biisi-iess was not of  my own volition and therefore I have  Vii" =t'i__-^-S''*V-l "i-i*- ������������A*i_-1t_ V_.i_l. ������_ >_*%_,*-������  .UO  r~\r~V2LA\A.*Jkj  Uljr       _._������._>-,*_,       ������_>_.-_._      -������      00x00.74X0  '-_-L'_-'_r__*_._ie__:__-_  '"   '-"���������-v"'       '���������-"���������  ^fmiiticis  *W ������_r __T "ST __��������������� "^ rnVm-mr  By O.X WIGEN  * ptiofe ^1%the, com^ted  ..__..-:���������__!_:_*��������� ���������-*_i: ���������-C :__-'y-   *.K-_,  _-__-������-.������.   seven weeks Trail had 6*  deaths  air4cit-Vy aii-i .~\~^~%\$h du6*t0" flu.      Y  operating in and  accoiwjiig  different educa  pres-  JVam.  ������nd slVortswilii^i-l^fid^l1 ���������~tm  per hundred less than in the last car  wt������ic% is a trem_?_^nQU_r saving. There  is & gfa~~Xd*Wlc?d for te>___i and oliortVs.  also whole and crushed oats; in order ]  that the people may not; run short- I  . -I.-..    01-    .-!.'���������?'-������������������    ->V--'''"   '���������**���������������������������>���������:���������������'���������   '' __���������-?:_������_,  nave ^.Est**"5ng car gn^ne way; - waiuu  contains 10 tons of bran, ���������__ tons' of  shores, besides a lot of oats whole and  crusiie^, also iMicfeSi. mm, tolled  oat-i atid flour: ���������  This  'l^eopie'-wisHihg- ahyttiitif? ditto  of Car  No. 2 will please send in   their  cards  [land I wilt save it for you.. Yo i|i; friend.  T. M. __S_i>M6_^-_)SON.  ������ that. a^<t4-1^ inIfN  >ed pe!radi_ tb_ui  But one thing stands .oat in bold relief for all of us  to  observe, namely:  il^aC#e c&n. $$?&% cu*ce,a- s^k,. person  |ib&H_^0^*|iipb04*-''*^ V������wi"--l-in__*.   its  Ihew-d^ le&yiqg out".  sponsible'p'ol       . ,  their 1Br_utt_r^^  per Rifling td their respectiv^profess-  ions.   ;  This knowledge must firs  istof a conscieotssness tii__.l  fesi^Msiliil-i-- W)t.stitUM rt.a_i_^  uw(_������ _-____--_. first of all con-       p^.���������,  'I'-rSW'.'riii'.l- i.i''-r\ -' V ' "li-  ���������-���������*���������!>. i       l*fi-eJEI*  sistofaconEfcieotssness tii-it every pro-, 'lands only. ,:  _&_*������_>-a*_*-^Ag���������^^^*fi������^-^.ai|irigfc_ i ^Reiowtewm be *win*e4 coverin^on^  '#. _������*_NOP8IS -Q-F  . _^t*ei^<*������'r-fo^ ^_m_^^'BfflPi|������M^  ei4t.^-iii O-rKfttf-Jhs' bbdf; 'and mu__t?  h4ver direct connection with the gover-  initig part,of the Nation.. Each trade  must- select* from  their  -'.-_-_____.  1U_  afraid  Kaslo  ���������    .    -i'.        ���������'   V.      '   "- ��������� ���������-������������������ 1.;-''���������������������������������������������������������������  U'AT'-i-a_!* i vl^-''   ���������-���������'?���������������'���������!''. -''I   ���������������__.,������.������.'���������   .lt,*,ru'-iiL__._>'  'blt>od_ or-, dis'-'moo^elljn'g, it (JSations jQwn organized body tne most coxixpev  manufacturing  inaus^e|'������otos^ fs^^-  .Nations* bowels, 'where nafciffMrMOur^l'l^^gnd'' 'weU-o'lin*^- iti thre 'Nations'  !i_es &|f con yetted intb digestiljle  com-1 government. ' That is, the farmers in  ��������� _______:__:__;_, trim xtlsixi.   nf- -?_*fl.t._on_.', units. I ^eir speciSc Hnes of production must  ���������woijs^ kselect their Mpresenir_atiye_i.r i"6.e man-  .SQ     ������l������   I .i.n^-riiruit,!! Ih  ������*Vioi������������ _-OB-,,'ii_l     'SbiKq     tuuSt  way tie came vi0x\, to my ;l_<ime and  was d'eterminea that I snovild give  him "4 chance aVra thiss I w_is able  to  youngsters will go hungry for oranges  this Christmas. That Class of fruit :**:  $1.20 per dozen in the silyer-lead  metropolis.  j*-_._iticton experts figure that the  fruit --etapjthis saasoh brought to the  f_w:������ifers, ths packing house ana .������.a������-.  naif workers, and other help ensplpy-  etl id that district not less than half a  million dollar-?.    '  modi&es for eac>i o������ Rations  Yet this is one of  all  Nations'  demented mania in   our  progress  or  eyelution, and this mania takes such  forms as an_lwihistiie Belsha^plms, rad:  matter most every known political  oi*ganizatiottisa*ffected by this des-  1 trnctiye mania more or less.  i_^rsd~suitab_e for s-sricaftwri-l -purpoaea  111 feS^SI^tJK^v  Jote t r^I__<WiC<*,.Jtot_,e_-__:-*.. makm-j ntcea-  j I?_;e-->n_1Btor--.i_3Uiat.> o������mpy ssitimsB fonrv  five yeaJri-" atid- -^-=^&-���������, s������^5������"^*������M������*sfi������_,*.-'������������t-  s^^uitiyat-oii  . acre.,  lp-% -^^eiyi^"<_*o**m Grant.   .- _, -._������  ic_QO  inan   S VARPi. _  -cLisC--.  ss\x  \  ~. ���������   --,-.������������������^,l������f  ���������mmrs.'rWmm-mfxo  iV o������a_ui**j-   _.vwm**'-w������������  5 li  *<v  t^u*y  acr^-jr  *jti*iii,i .   ���������  a  . - .  ��������� !__��������� ts������apatfo_i n?_*  i(_^3 than S,y0Si_r_-,.and ������_____ madeftrepsr-  tiiojia'te littpYdveitl-Mits. -fee may*' "__a_*ttu_-������  oJ* ni-health 4.r,jtst_-_3r cause, be sraoteA  iptermediiito e^ni.-55-t������ -Sf __aS2We__S������__������  and transfer hta clalia. ���������*, .   '        ���������-.   -._������������������'  ; Kecords. ���������witlvou't p������rman*_n_-t->_n___ldfl_-t_$#*  max.Jte _^*_re_l ^������_.v_se4. ajigijlcsat xsaak^  ImprdvfeiiiiSta ��������� t������N___������_nie;^������*WKT .**������_? a_SS  pre  to  make ,i__sysv*^i___es____?���������.'.I*g*'_-^S;  ���������** Qpc_rat������_,-as forfeiture.  -^CliSft  \,  s@^������i  <J_--tl_tl-t<  lein iSai "sciepi^' must take tfc������ plaice  of politics. Our .statesmen mus| be re-  quested ~6 apply Science, gnft tt  tbeiP  Nelson AslsessmenVpistrict-^^ontittue^  V_L_C__C OS* <0________1_S-   ��������� 'OfW~0-a~~ m-ot  _.���������"*' . .���������. :.       - -jsrp.-  kl-rS-*aU v��������� !.,���������,.;.; _ _r *he.-Judo *_i������)in_.s, *li^;-.______i^____i__....~'_..3i-5?.  Katie ���������^ ^.__; The ��������� Forty'-Niiw Cv~els. Mining -Y^-  r#.~..w. ,. - ���������    'Company,   _uta.   _. _,��������� ;4.?������">  K^jofeener  ���������. ;;^!.;-.,; ���������    ��������� A. *fe. Grieve ,���������_.._ . ���������. 4f|*     \  J&itie D. Green ���������. ,;:  T. rJ. Trimble ; -���������~~. 5.463       SK  ^sit Channce   i��������� -yj ___, ^ahen.. __... _-.��������� ..^__^__    410  J^s-ggSige    , ;���������;���������-;; u______.L.: Kootenay Borianza -Mines, Ltd ..__.   ;������06  Eo^ Tom" ;--;,_,.. ,���������, ������������������"������������������:>;;������������������ ' Bvfelyt. *A. Powys, William James      ;  -���������  .,.^-,,, ������������������"���������������������������. " Y ^_c_,Th'a__av   :���������_.���������._���������_.._. ���������Y._..iffS  !___,>Dura  .   ;i'iy--' --    " .,,,.������>., -g.--*G._-_ands,X.td. __..__;���������__. __:^_~. i.**|f.  ITa^ura gwMlte      .. .,..,-���������������������������.*���������;,    .. B.<2. lialrids, I.ta. ������������������.^-L~A-~r-~.A^x  Lake View   _^_^_- ��������� . F. B. Gfitrlson, J. H.= Graham, et al-32.45  fittfella FractiafTi; z~~^. 1_ Wm. Holm<_rs*-���������:���������.___ _______.._..__.-_,^Y_-^ 5126  T^jjngtrtii       *,- '      ^n^-!~YY~,     7    _ A. J.-MfeMiUan.. ,���������.������������������������������������������������������������������������_ __'3718  ,^lrae George-^,*:-..;.. ���������.;; ,,,^-Y.Y., ���������._  5C-. Gough.. -~:L~:.~.:~~^~r.~-^~-P~^~A~----^l  SSe Joe ������.;*;!:-- ���������^Y^Tr,^   ' _3^-I_r?-t O. _?oh>i-*on>T-B.-S.'Lennie.  6448  Smclor. Fraction __._.__.___; _^ ������ft|th, W..A. .__.._-^__-_���������,���������: ^A,i\  liast  Chance. ;^ U.A  %$$**��������� **������������������������������ ^���������-���������-.���������*_^T^^t*?3"-���������*-$U  Maa Fraetioh - V  -, 'i. -Kootenay Bonanza Mines, I_tfl-...~- S*r56  &laud  S.   .   :-.-~: ..-���������..���������;.���������..-���������������-���������.-.      *������ai_u.r_M*n.-. Stanley   ���������....���������^���������.���������_���������-3������e2  <M������cawber     *"���������      .   ..     . _ ... ��������� . 31airi__ors-:C5e2_l   -L-Sinis,  I-tcL   -      -   44-4 j  Micawber Faction    '*   ,������������������;/���������- ^." blairmorejPoal Lands, Ltd     ..j^^ 4444  May & Jennie ; __._. Reliance Gold"'4_nnT__,s.and Mill- .....���������..���������.  ' ins?    Oo. ���������  .'it...        ;     , - .;-'a*.go  -j-    ~     "��������� 'r-.-'-"-.   ���������������.-������������������ -_r������_j-- ->iv..'-.<^'<������-_i<ln'-'l_flnl*nBr:.r!o- 4623  ..rT--.__g?.      ^/.       .,,,,    .,,.,     ,,,,,.     .,   .,,,.,,,.., ...... .-..-������������������ XHO     X7X7VV    -rx-xxxr   ���������~r-~x. ��������� xz��������� __-- -_ _--, __      -    x r-Kvrrx.  Mabee       -; -*-tS_ New Erie Mountain-dimng Co, ___������  -Moatar-a~*~ "*"~"*'     w<iSnn.  Mrs.  T.  B.   __: , _.��������� :?3.4?  j&^'���������'pmmftmrmmm^         wm m���������_inw.nmn-_ii.iMi.'M������.������.������������.      _ _"J*.  ���������-r������������������-_���������       ���������      i_. - , .- ,. ^   ������. J A  ,Me������d S.  .....^.,j��������� .....;..;_^���������. *WUT' Louis i.^.;.-.^^���������.���������^^--...!!^  ���������^Ssgia   _.���������_��������� -  .-���������-���������-.��������� *^rbwn, J-. A. & Bend^l. F..P.     ���������.__..- 617  ^-Ldiher  Lode. ^ __u^_��������� Motljer  _L���������^ae^���������S_-YSheep  CreeK  Mm   _  j:-,A-r - >������*.':���������-. - -V::'.-��������� Ifis   eomi-a-ny. ,___V__^___^^^^. 8818  .   kother Lode'5xT ���������2ii^_._ .  ___t*thJsr Lode, ___* Sheep Creplc-^Min   ,,. .-  .,.���������-���������'��������� ������������������--���������.- ;. ,4.;. ing 'Company,. ______ ;___���������^._^..X-.8������i?  :i!J|ornlng Star : ___'.; Pr^tor^.Sfepmas;G.. ^j^^^^^-^-/**���������-������  ISgpie ->*-^������  'Peck. E. -A., Revell, G. J0r '^__^^.. v44SS    --  .MpHen Bird Fraction .���������;..,-...,.  -*jy_-agge^._-3^-C-r^,__,���������.;.;, .���������������������������'���������^^.._^..^-__- -"5*  ;-Mapie   Leaf r^: :.^__i_____.���������________.���������^gjffraifge^'E:^^  .;May   Flower   :��������� _________i____i_i. ��������� .3__t_������_ir_.r;-'S.*'-'A.; Larson; t>le ._i__���������4..10441  V^doc   ;^,Y;: .,.,:.;������������������������������������_-,���������: ' Shs.llstvS'ers ������.;Mi>i^iU���������^���������^~^~^Y- S������g3  *_w������v_i.-.*_L      ��������� --jJ.-.'.. ^���������"   : i'^___v__j������i__S_r.-.������������������������_������fcv_;-?-'F".'��������� - .���������'.���������;".--���������'" - ^oa7   -  *. ������������������"'I *Ci* _C*\rIO<        , i^i'.1.,.mi.iii Miiimr-iiTri nr- ���������* ������"*��������� W-*������UW^������������ C7 > '      *���������** "f -T- ~~   "*",_ "J"*������T~,f-Tv-r"^r*^;^* ~rV      A(tnM  "National  Eniblem   Y*;..;.;. -^CAotenay Bonanza Mines. Ltd. ���������j_ 2236  fo. 3 .xrx.... .,...,- ,,;...  ;.,.  Kootenay Bonaiu_a:_>-{ine_i, Ltd. y~. .4311 _  elson Stur'j^, . -2~~-��������� _._ *P^wys;' A.  VV^.j,.^-^^-_a..ifW9  vvNe(-nah     ���������,  ..,.,... ' Root,^,Mary.fp....ii^.^������������������..---^������������������. 137S  -S^orth Star u-u :~__;^:_-_. ; .������Rootfeft*ay% Bonanza Mines, Ltd.  ...... 4549  ;f%yada ^_._-^_ u^A......  > iAtnas.  Harry.    Pool,  A.  ^.���������,���������..r:_ 8869  .SiVtario       ~Z-l~ ,���������......:.:.. __,-Green,1 Gv- H..^T-.~~...~r- ~~~-~: ������b5f  :^*ginal   ���������^__ .iis. .'B. C. La^hds^o. ������������������,���������..-,^.-|*2������������  .^Original  FTfiitfRon ���������.i.Y..;^; jJfB-rC. Lands Co. ���������   ...-._.������.*.:W,*2|  Old Abe _s2^__ ~.^-^ ..^?Wyar_.ee*.���������E.-C.  _ ��������� ���������...^.__Y!;ffi|  .."Pacific  .... _. , ������������������Mal_tf*������;-'.-3..,._.^_-^r.^ '--...    -. ���������-.-Y,?wl    -  .Pulaski Fraction <.    London. &-dossland B. C. Co. ___.... 4S60  ���������-Pulaski       u; ic ~ .-_.��������� . i. -liOnaon &- RosBl-ind B. C Company 3403  Y?."tnces8~N*������ t ^-ini- New Erie Mountain Mining.Co. 4627  TE*!anet      -     ���������.-���������-7-7���������. ���������       -���������- _, T, Go^g.h ���������.^.���������_.   ^:���������.:���������...^.������������������ 3g71  Park        G. S. Wate**_ow   ___^ -^ryrr-  *s95  Porcupine   -._...  ;......,.^. -��������� Rose Kerr, Arthur Gee, -William        ���������  '.. A.' McDonald  ; . ���������.������___������. A?"������  a!Pilot Fraction  .......^L_..._; _.-Pilot -.Ymir) G: M. Co.  .���������~.C... 3452  P^SBy ,     . .. . .. .    Z           -.��������� <3.: A. Rhodes, F. F- Drummond _���������.; 9365  , :Moneer Sf3"T ~" "J ZZ^ZLZ. Zl ZIZ^-Marry H. Shallenberger : ...6608  ..iipioneer  ......^  ._���������......:   ,*���������-Harry H. Shallenberger       ���������..:.���������_ 6601  'Planet ���������  ; Sheep Creek Bonanza Mining Co., ���������   ���������    ���������   ���������*������������������������������������*��������������������������� * ��������� ��������� *���������"������������������������������������ -*0-000000 T0 .��������� t * si ��������� ������ ��������� 1174!*  "'���������Planet No. '2  ^......,. ........ .'.���������' Bheep'creek''Wonan'_E'"M --������������r-  ���������*���������,-.,��������� ," Ltd. ..���������_..:..;��������� ............AW**  Royal Charter . ���������         , Kootetiay Bonanza Mines  -���������'��������� ^*32  ;t1_&>ckford ...���������...:.::.:.:__.���������..���������..;.:���������;..:.���������~. c. h. Grocn   ���������_..:_    ;......y -^������������������  ) ; Rainey ,Day,.. _.......���������   Golden Red������.;M. f M^-Co.  3978  ,;  -Raii-ey *>ay  No.   2-. ���������....._ _ -r Golden Reef Mining & M. Co  3979  Red Top Ftalctton .' .as....... ;.��������� _..;  Leiin|o ft;W^..T������*r--.n~r; lift?  ;.   nonojco ...  .���������.;.....   London. & Rossland B.;C., Ltd. ���������... 3402  'Referendum :::... .-The Forty Nino.Credk Mng. Co. ...... 4887  Royal   ..,...............:          :.YWilltam A. McDonald  R322  ....fiuby    ....  ^. :..���������. ������������������^Wimam A. McDonald  2904  . . Ramsay    -.;;.-.  _:;...__..-.���������  ._��������� DuncaVr McArthur   ��������� : tall  Rosalia   -::_;:^.. ;.-..;^: :....��������� -...-;-John Sibbald ;  -L..._:  .5985  , , Republic Fraction   ��������� ���������.��������� ...._.���������.:.- A. V.  Powys ��������� -  J206  : ���������' Republic -;;���������.-_  *-���������.*.... ;. A. V. Powys ..������������������  _.  _-. ������208  . Red   Man     _..._.��������� _..��������� .Bank of -Montreal .......    8769  ., loyal Seal '....���������...._ _v......__.....��������� , M. S. Davys  :..:y.....i   ���������- HWi  "Hover   ..........���������.���������.T; .-.���������.......: <y Harold Selous  ....:'.���������  ..... 5292  v. Rambler    _.  ;; 21 *Harold Selous ...... __*..  _-_.. P1������R  Renfrew   ...j........: ..���������......^ v���������- Harry H. 8hrill._n1w.recr ���������:......._ ..���������g������04  ,   Renfrew  No.  1      . !.. ^arry H.  ShallonborBcr     ���������     ....;  C������09  Starlight   ....; ..���������..  ��������� ~,  Kootenay Bonanza Mines, ?_t_i. _....:/_.������������*  Sultan  'Erl  Syndicate,  Ltd.  ��������� ..���������.._:  2458  Swiss     . ......;...; ������������������  v. MaitmHlan Heokman, Ernest ;Har-  , .- ��������� -'rop  ....-...;  .������.. 2879  Strontain   ......'..-._ ..������������������.; :.. ._  _Bla.ri_.iore  Coal   Lands,   Ltd.  .J4,}}0,  Shan-rock  "..    ��������� .:_.. Koote_.T.y nonnnrj.. Mlnc.R, Ltd. ...::.:.>._--5!������4  Sllvor   Reef" l.Z:.". _.���������. Y. - _. J. 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H,   HhnUenl.orurer  0600  B*Hv������rB_one '.Z.ZZZ'ZZZZ.Z.Z.'.'ZZZ~~~i Swodborg   /__   LlIoUs.   >.-.'}VX_lX  Standard _,       ���������-. Sheen Cocok BonatiKa Mng. Co. Ltd 11747  Tltui.lc                 Z        '  ...Barclay'Bon throne ...;  2455  Thorn  Fi'acLlim  .��������� :���������...  Eurekri   Copper  Mines.-Ltd.   ���������.... ^237  ThlHth, ���������._   -  K.   fl.   T^onnta    ���������  2(538  Touch-mD-not "'"."...ZZZZZ.'.   Louis Will  '.'..." '..'.'.  5S5?.  Twlllirlir   ...-..-1������. C. Standard Mining Co.  3767  Trlxlo   V; '.' '.'".' ZZ.ZZZ.Z  J. A. Bryant  ���������  3848  Tennessee "ZZZZZ.Z.ZZ:   Wm. H.  Shorrod, J. V, I.ano   1317  ti   ij, Win.   H.  Kiu>rrtnl, .1.  IX ?.____ tlu    2012  v-smitia ,Bay'''';::::::::;::::::z:::;Z::::::zzvvvv::i cnr^nna /rneim ���������.z :.......���������...:............... *������������������  VuptiiriUH-.        An������u-j   Cuinphell  4907  Victor .    ---ium.   Longlmrst, A.  McDonald    2S95  Victoria ";       .-  G-  ���������������  Waterlow  .���������....;.....; ....: :. 4096  ,    Vl*"tinlu  -   Mother Lode Sheep Creek Mln-    " lUK    Co. ... '.! H34K  Wren - -    'r������toi_   Gov,Ht   ZZZZZZZZZZ. ..' 5*������22  W.   J.   Bryan   Thoi.   Goiigli  ���������������������������  vvi.Ho  Witch      ���������**:��������� "���������  t,-;m.l.i  : 8l>������>������  Wfn>������oor..oi.lnt. .... . ..u    J.  J. Ifludd     S^7  ��������� Woodntoulc    ��������� -    Arthur  1^   JUttuil,  it. .W.   Liu-i-ie ^  and I.. C. wragge  1*07  ,r    ...,. Tr,.,,* i.)       Iv. I,III,II      90S  Young   Grouse'  -    liarojay  Honinrone   ������-*'"  'Yoimix  Aniftrican    HiiWiluy   lUmthrom)  J457  V_>klt.w   xOll-U    _.- -    I-..,UY   V.'iU         ...   I""-"  v������ii.k.,..  __:n   -   ���������.-������������������. C. V.V.'i;;;;;.:, /.. tn. JtamJ. H. .1.  Lennie         40������  SoaeeB to      ���������'���������* ^  30th June, 1918  aITop'  _2.7,7?  16.50  e;3.7;5  5.5J0  57.50  24.50  21.25  S6.00  13.50  ���������51.00  46;00  Sl'.SO  S1.25  35.00  ������������������8**8-..  . -Jl-0���������0  62.50  -4-* 43.75  2r������5  .Jt5  .36.75  - 2.?5  en M  ...V. 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The educa-  ticnaitinH literary uiiifcB6t tMe NiafciSfa 1 *jlu jw.ww, ^-lw-*-r*2._r������j___^.������- -=#���������is  ^fciiere is ah occupatjo^Tbr sufficient1 '���������������-^^fc^*Cr������mA������|llW  importance to be a' useful service tb  the $?a$ion which it must sierve. n'co  when at pleases its ovnr selfish interests, "but "s*o lofiji ^s ifr I* ;.������' 'feciS-ip^lfcenat  part or tiie Natidii xtoin vt-bieh it ikln-  tended to receive- its full subsistence  for .healthy development,  1    Ahd eitch "group Of the__e specific,irep-  1 -.-_.'__' i.-.t'ri.Yn iii f'hU T^at-iri������aM������ri*oV_V'HVlV__'  I  1-efenta.tiVea in tftte _Natfeh_r'g9V^_il^fe       body must have a Yt-gl&ffi -Mi tx> t-Om \  li.clude.>������.pe  -,._r_-B~i_-^jrr.i__.-_ __._4^_J!������s Cs*o,"i*a -Ssant' mas,  record anotherVpria-eiaptioji,. .tt��������� ��������� be��������� H~~  ttuires Istnit, ,Sa ^Boa*__nction. yritfe !_Js  fermi -sMthoot itettrW^00t-_>aU0ia-i.' ������_M*w  _vlded statutory: impjrpTenianta mad? saa  resrdenc-s ���������__l_li--t-_i_nteo' on Ct-Vhi '���������g_r____*|_-f;-  UnsurveyeS areas, "aot ..wS_j5������___3SS*:-vSw  seres,, may .be ,|pased; tts. __.o___tes.'_$a*  tllle to W ootainea S-tter Jt____H__s*������ Jts_sii>  derttial and Iraproyement conditions. .  for ir&in^'atta inaruatilal ?n>cwos������a.  area^ exceeding ������40 acr������a may be leased  by dh-." persfitt oV\sSn_rpa_ay;::       -���������������-    ���������**  I'ftfe.'-EMPTORS'  FS.EB QS-iANTSVACT.  Jiis J__ct ,te enter-sett to  j6ns ioihin������ ai_-d'satjrii-,..  body must have a ngnc-io can ~o^ueir 1   ^t^"fiiT"M___.esty*s Forces.  .The. Urn������  ^^^IfegM^^iebtific^v^^l iM^l^^^^Wae^-^*  ..The scop_,.,o?  ���������   ���������    -    ���������       ��������� etg.  |^as ^r-eli as captains of  dustiies, so  ing a healtby  tlve national Ijfe.  |r*t.|ifele3ttihg statesf-aeu in oiir Allied naiio"hV "fl^siisted" tiy those frou-,  from neutral Rations wouJtd tut&i  rotin-d and ."focus their brjatins on the  achievements of -men of 'science 'afid  capiainsof ''indi_is^_*y ���������ifrJafl^fe.^r^C-.i-  ^sr^nd. to%v)*Qm^ Ve*oVim the:ijm"_tl-p_? i  p^iic-i"df tbe'successful terminatto-i /-of  |%bis war���������they..-wipnld-bc. toi&th.to turn;  biB^^tb.the^  not that has  icule'd Vciyilizelcl ;_Sratid__iS;  i6tj~-t6xA%~~-^"^ :-  r We'^4ikcTe^iibhfrontt  ^4^ olies^rt^tin^ their I6o__1t-g in this  ion ^jll. itppearin another issue.,  dii^Stit  JL1  '. ...I  4.75  37.75  .52.75  ;ld_.00  RS ������5  r;������4_75'  ���������5.25  i.^3.75  54)25  .. ~M~  42^75  :28^6  41;50  40.25  49.00  .22__!5  .36.50  -21.50  . 10.75  9.50 -&,'  , 32.00: ���������''  ��������� 67.75* **  . 67.75;������������!  ���������16.75 n  56.50 r^  86.50���������  ���������-11.75  - ��������� S4.7K  .  27^5Ci  23.75  26.50  66.50  11.251;;  14.50 *  ,72.75? .  41.75 t'A  . 26.75; J  . 41.75 ���������������������������->  :24.C0-���������;  5.257 .  36.50 H  5.00r/  9.2&f*  '27.75*i  -41.V&Y,  .41.75* *  41.76i.j]  ������7.7[>, .  48.7B*  20.00  11.2Gfc  I n.  51.75^  67.75������;  ".  7*"'  fi4.7_T  15.25  89.75"-  30.50Y  12.50.,  ,24.06  21,50  41.50.  ~~.V>  49.76 ..  22.75  t������4..ll  ���������1.75  20.76  27 75 .  47.75  . ' 47.75  04.00  231.75  ll.~.>.  27.85  35.00  11.^5  15.7.5  21.'T������  iii. I u  32.75  Ml....  11.76  tn.75  . 61.50  44.00  Bfl.no  ..!������.'. i������  39.76  12.i',r������  ������������������rf   r,r;  ' 2H.76  ati.at.  A striking exaniple'of where freight  Mt������������W-_v������i:ti^  ease,of ^e Oy cSEwwu  ������������������-_it*-~0**tri-i* W.V.    --^=? =^ =  privilege  : "'". V'1-. '^*-_. -���������"' li-   "'   *^ ' _*>^ff___?    '"j.     >.^4.i>-     ____V.ii._i. ^. *- I*,*.  riovision  is  ina_a for *^sr&*������ to  S?rto^_^h^^rC������^r^|  holding such. Agreements' .ttiaj  their interests ana "kppiy --**-������������������ jsrgssrar-  tlonate allotaienfe iointly.:. If it iir EOt  considered advisable to divide the land  vvcp^)^..Jiy^iii������pplicatIep .tor a propor-,  of equul Valu- __l<cCt_u ..o������.������ a,v_,u_u.c  Crown. lands in - .the . locality may he  made. Yhese allotments are. conditional  ,_������Ear. sag'jnent of .alt taxes��������� d.uev^m  Crown   or  to 'imy- 'jnnnfci-SaHtjr.-���������-rne  ���������riKJlia  -���������-������������>., pC_-������5-._->_-.H , ��������� "J??1**^^"--.?^*"'-  1  chaser frofti the 'Crown *______.^������-greea**to  I-iisetirare?^^4alsOj.ppotecte_t.  .Tfte.decision of  1   th'eTMihlster of Lknus ~ir-.~3p~-X. io ^Sie  ;-a<i3astn.erit *6f a.propoctl.ona,te,allpt_nQent  SYflnal.    The tirSfe fcff*tna__a_% __.-bpH.6__-  _;tipn������\ifor-v tixeseigUotmests is, Il!*-i{te4.-*Mo  tne-IM day" ot ,Vt-.y,:.ltrta.' jftthv appS_fe-  i-tionJ.m_j;de- after., thisi'.-;iaa**������., ������*pi-'piot he  Considered.    Th������_.e J___lot_rief������t__- apply to  town lots ja.s\& lands of the Crown sold  at cufelic auction; ��������� .. -������������������_���������-���������-���������*.,.���������_--������������������-.���������..  ���������h". ���������;-J^%r-infoTOia.tion apply -to..������-,ny;'P_?s������Sa'������  i_a ^yei%i_%nt Agent orY to     .  1 gents i-ii.-ii-j������--������������i3_?  t������W1a^*>V'i;t.-JouV6r.  '���������ff.������  .r-.-. -���������-.������  4.....  cis  ueputy minister. 6* _X_an  .  ��������� i-K  -Victoria. B.  ;e "   .___  , "fSSfififffflKjJffl^ES^^ffil  rr**  ^sn^on^rttii���������  _    --JWa  LIMITED  ��������������� *' "*-__. -___r-__<t������;^-. "/.-f-1 sv^isii*.*r-- "- = "*  gt ^i___������iYjyyii_L_^_^  SIR JOHN AIRD. G*ner������1 Man_m_T  SIR EDMUND WALKER.  >_������   ..._   ������*_^������    m.    ..  ,Y/���������.__._-.r-... __/.*���������1_, trr.i_-;ni  ^. . .  __.__. M..  _y*-v������. ... 4_       .       .'    -^.        r.     _. ..  '     ���������'" '"*    >T,<- '���������'������������������������������������"      . ���������   ������������������!,-..:>:������������������''::; 1.'/   3. : ���������     ���������'.   ���������  ..   ' FRUIT GROYiflSRS .BUSCifiESS  ' -IVttifc gurowcrs' will., find  their baking  rctquire-  .   _.$ajwpn!ii_^ "gSvca every care nnd **������tttmtio__i  il  __.ii __... *ti *t      ^vi  r������r*ta M _r���������������������������-������       <N'������r*a_.    *������..r#--������������|f'**_ljf������__ 1* "*M-tei4i  ��������� 'MM  mi***  fltt������ Kanic is'fcblei ������<& 'jfeb-der* ���������������  C. G. BKNNKTr  Va������_ii.������������|������;t5i* C"i\.i-U>u in.iiK-.Ii :r-r-ryxr-irr.y/.i'-.y-r.-r-..r.  TO;, v_i-.m.m i   j. |jit  WHE-TB.-  ^wMvR  0-,-r-x -rr. ri rrv _���������v*V  "Ss*  JL".  _H  V-*  ' -^-B^oT11  MrJlaxwellSufferei  fears With Pimples  Healed fey Cutkara  ,4I suffered for years -with pimples  aad blackheads on my face. The lat-  gfgzsx tor one could hardly get a  .Br ������ ������*n Poiat between, and tho  ft^ ������? ^, fonries itched and burned so  rt\2  & that I could teas, xny Seals, to  Poor m~~i\~0 Beefsteak  Mushrooms  Food  -nieces. I could not sleep at  _ _- , night, and my face -was just  Ig^y a mass of eruptions.  i* "I decided to give Cuticura Soap  and Ointment a trial, and after using  two cakes of Cuticura Soap and two  boxes of Cuticura Ointment I waa  completely healed." (Signed) R. B.  Maxwell, Upper Saclr/ille, INT. S.,  August 10, 1917.  You may think that tgeapse Cuticura does such *wondsrft-i- v/ork ia  ooothing and beaiing severe itching  and burning eczemas it is not adapted  to the gentle uses of the toilet. On the  contrary, that i*s just where it is most  effective in preventing thesa serious  skin troubles. _  For Free Sample ___ach oy man address post-card: "Cuticura, Dept. A,  Boston, U. S. A.".. Sold everywhere.  Assist   Britain's  Problem  There . are more than a thousand  varieties of fungi or toadstools in the  United Kingdom, and about a hundred of these are fit for human food.  The common mushroom of the fields  and cultivated beds is the only well-  known fungus  cater in that country.  Mushrooms  -TV*.-"  {B-Bost Seryice Not Popular ]������  _ German sailors did not await publication* by the British of the names  of the jcommanders of the 150 lost  German submarines to undergo loss  of morale, as is intimated m the  latest German communication regarding the publication of the list  Mutiny in the German fleet had already taken place because of the enforced . service  on  the U-boats.   Thc  included in  ns    cannot be  classed *a3 j sa'i0f s objected to being ir  highly nutritious  food,  but they are}the   'number-of crews which    never  valuable  for. seasoning,  ,and contain some of the constituents  Ancient Czecho-Slovaks   w  Flourished    in    the    Fifth    Century  B. C.  The   Czechs  are  au  ancient    race.  They were flourishing    in    Bohemia  away back in    the fifth century before  Christ and    they    have  always  been    noted    for  their    progressive  ^spirit,    foi- their longings in the direction of liberalism and democracy,'  and above    all    for their    industrial  and commercial enterprise, thanks to  which they    have been for the past  400 years  the economic backbone of  the Hapsburg .monarchy.  They were independent, and therefore unfetteredJ_unt':l they foolishly  elected Emperor Ferdinand of Austria as their ruler in 1520, not only  because he was married to the  daughter and heiress of the last king  '  the  dvnastv  of     St.  "Wcnccslaus,  and sauces,  tents  of ordinary garden vegetables. The  common mushroom has about 3 per  cent, of proteid, a ^small quantity of  carbohydrates, some cellulose, and  the merest trace of fat. This excellent fungus has been called "the poor  man's beefsteak,"  Mushrooms rank highas flavoring  substances in the finest French cook-  cry, and there is no reason why thcy  should not be more generally used  in  England.  In warm, damp weather mushrooms often appear in strange pla.ci.-s.  They may be found on uncultivated  moors and heaths, in hedgerows, aud  on lawns during a wet summer. .But  the likeliest hunting grounds are old  permanent pastures. The crop is good  this year, and is assiduously being  gathered.  \&7 HAT will become of you whet,  age asid a  TT     weakness come?   Secure now ah  EX- S  CELSXOR ENDOWMENT. S  Write for pamplet tpclay  ELSIOR LIFE  SASKATOON      EDMONTON!      VANCOUVER  SJ__-_U   -  WINNIPEG  INSURANCE  (Agents Wanted in U_-.repres_ftr.ted Districts)  return, since it was impossible to  hide the. loss.-of the "submarine from  the rest of the fleet.  Catarrh Cannot be Cured  with LOCAI, 'APPLICATIONS.' m they  ,aimot reach the seat of the disease. Ca.arrb  is ix local disease, greatly influenced by con-  .titutional conditions, and in order to cure it  fou must tscke an internal remedy. HaU'a  Catarrh Cure is taken internally. ss.~ acts  Ihrough the blood on the mucous surfaces  >_ the-system. Hall's Catarrh Cure waa prescribed oy one of the best phys-c_s__3 ia _____:  country for years. It is composed of some  Of the beat tonics known, combined with  Some oi the best blood purifiers. The per-  lect combination of the ingredients in Hall's  Catarrh Cure is what produces such wonder.  tul results in catarrhal conditions. Send fox  testimonials,  free.  _?.  T.  CHENEV  & CO., Props., Toledo. O.  All Druggists, 75c  Hall's Family Pills tor constipation.  The Deathless Army  Serbia's history���������the history of  "the nation that can never die"���������is a  guarantee that she will worthily fulfil her role in the new confederation  The importance of the new Jugoslav  state can hardly be exaggerated. It  is to it that the world will confide  the key of the East. It will be the  duty of the new state to see that no  .      ,-   , ,  ...  .. *   -       ,        r    -,- (power shall ever again seek to dom-  hcadaches, palpitation   and a feeling J inat   Europe and t������e East> The Jllgo  of listlessness, call attention to.weak    - * ..���������"=���������  WEAK BOYS AND GIRIS  It is a mistake to think that anaemia is only a girl's complaint. Girls  probably show the effect of weak,  watery blood more plainly than boys.  Delayed   development,      pale    faces,  Considered Valuable Game  Baseball Acknowledged   Good   Military Training  Baseball has proved, a real puzzle  to French onlookers, but the val^-y of  the game is acknowledged, pernaps  not so much from the point of view  of sport as of military training.  French officers watching American  troops at work consider that baseball  has much to do with the facility with  which they become adepts at grenade throwing. And so now baseball,  by order, it is said, of the minister.of  war, is to become part and parcel of  the training of the French soldier.  One French general, General Vidal,  has already secured the services of  an American champion baseball player, John Evers, of Chicago, to teach  his men the rules of the game.  r  I Minimize lite  Ferilrmt$y'Using  sr% ._;_.*n__. CMS  vaei_a_.i.s_Iy -_.������__,=.___.  wfria  gsisM'  ssaa  _-_*  99  "-lo-aft ts/sjxjmf.  but also because he solemnly pledged i  ,������  *���������Jeven  himself to  respect     _t_heir      national 1^%���������  ���������d girl5 bc givcn the  blood in the case of girls. But many  boys in their tee.n������ grow thin and  "weedy" and have pimples on the  face, showing that they have not  enough blood. The anaemic boy is  just as likely to become a victim of  consumption as the pale, breathless  girl with her headaches and worn-  out look. Let the boy in this condition catch cold and he will lose his  strength and his health becomes precarious.  To prevent serious disaster to  rising    generation,    let  Slavs resume once more the proud  mission of Guardians of the "Gate,  which they held for centuries when .  they roiled back the tide of Moslem]  invasion and kept the cross supreme  above the crescent. ��������� Washington  Post.  I was cured of terrible lumbago by I  MINARD'S LINIMENT.  REV. WM. BROWN.  I was  cured of a bad case of earache by MINARD'S LINIMENT.  MRS. S. KAULBACK.  I was cured of sensitive    lungs by  MINARD'S LINIMENT.  MRS.  S.  MASTERS.  The Matches With 9gN������  A -ft-r**������>Tr?_At-Ti ** *'   '  --- _*_ ������___������__.*���������_������������ jW-__fc-*0-hM?'  EDDY i~ the only Casa-Has  maker of these matches, avere  stick of which baa been treated  with a chemieal _k>1u_1o_-_ -si.h_.ci_  positively enirores the mat**  becoming dead wood once Si  has been lighted and biowa  out.  Look for the words ''Chemically self-extinguishing" on. ths  bos.  e*.a,_fti,__������������t������tr*a.ia..a_tt..B...,._.,g(.g,.......0.,e.,9Ms���������3,s%,s-;,:  I  fi  ���������XT- -  Jl,  iN.CUI.-_       t-U  failed to  keep  ..t,.i-  _ l^lilO     (_IIU  that  Ferdinand  I  promises. This is a peculiarity of the  house of Hapsburg. which is at last  to bring ruin upon  their empire.  No belter protection against worms  can be got than Miller's Worm Powders. They consume worms and  render the stomach and intestines untenable to them. They heal the surfaces that have become inflamed by  the attacks of the parasites and serve  to restore the- strength of the child  that has been undermined by the  draughts that tlie worms have made  upon it, and that their operation *"*  altogether  health-giving.  is  Soldiers are Fatalists  Practically all the soldiers become  Fatalist;, about di.ath. You see men  die through some- incredible chance.  Vou see them escape by a miracle.  Gradually you crime to believe, as  Tommy put? it, ' When .*. shell comes  o.'t-t- Willi your name on it you will  g<.t your*.." In the- meantime, "Why  worry' Vo-,-. never know your luck."  :���������.���������   ,"���������;;.'   tl-.ey   j-ut   ii  | rich blood which Dr. Williams' i'ink  Pills arc famous thc world over for  making. When giving these pills  watch how soon the appetite returns  and how the languid girl or the weak  boy becomes full of activity and high  spirits. Remember that the boy has  to develop, too, if he is to make a  strong hearty man. Give both the  boys and girls a fair chance to dc-  veloo strongly through the new, rich  blood Dr. Williams* Pink Pills. actu-  all3* make. You will then see active  boys and girls, instead of weakly  children around vou.  Dr. Williams' "Pink Pills are sold  by all medicine dealers or may be  obtained by mail at 50 cents a box  or six boxes for $2.50 from The Dr.  Williams' Medicine Co., iirockviiie,  Ont.  I  With the Fingers!     f  Says Corns Lift Out |  Without Any rain ! j  Canada's Wonderful Mirror  hat  Minard's   Liniment   Cures  Colds,  etc.  Will He Get the Cow ?  Dutch Skates in New England  When the Plymouth Pilgrims journey to thc New World and settled, in  New England, thcy brought with  them many of the customs which  they had acquired when living iu Holland. Thus the. childrcnof thc Massachusetts and Connecticut settlers  were almost as fond of skating as  were the Dutch children who lived in  1 New Netherlands.  ���������<F=  Ws  < ���������" j,  *.. h(Ii    i  Im:      .m  111:1  Has  Gone  Un  Fifty  Ships  -hii.*.   ar.*   y  water  th".*-  y  '���������.ivab   ..sk-ri'l  M <���������_���������.   i sh.nii  ��������� u    gouig  ear?"   Mr.  Admiral  yards,   as  ..... .1. -   \.  .'.I-!-..  -( ������ur  ���������    r   ���������   .-. r- ���������    i'.*i  (>.   bnt    \-i c.  v    ���������,,-.!���������   'iOr_y-r  ���������.'!:���������:���������   * ���������   '.i i'l v   .i  i-_;'hl."  was  vi   I'll  si:e  ',;.-     Y'-t       !.T-  :.!���������.     .S..':..v.;.'i  .'I'.iry   f.'in.i  ���������y   i'O'a   in  .   ,\ clii>i I'.il  and     Mr.  In.    i; ��������� '  ,:K   l,.   he-  right  !         ti,'-         Ill']: Il  ���������i;il,    "and  i   I-!!   I. ,.-!  I..  -Ml     ��������� 1   ,"  r  throup'h  l.-i":     r-\]i  NEW WAY TO REMOVE  SORE. ACHING CORNS  ^:  ___/  *"04.*.i~0������..0.i.n������..."0xi..^.^...i.v.i...n.i>..x���������t,.x..t���������i���������t���������0,r.  Sore corns, hard corns, soft corn.  or any kind of a corn can shortly be  lifted right out with the fingers if  you will apply on the corn a^ fevv  drops of freezone, says a Cincinnati  authority.  At little cost one can get a small  bottle of freezone at any drug store,  which will positively rid one's feet of  every corn or callus without pain or  soreness or the danger of infection.  This new drug is an ether compound and dries the moment it is applied and does not inflame or even  hritate the surrounding tissue. Ji'st  think! You can life off your corns  and calluses now without a bit of  pain or sorcnes. If your druggist  hasn't freezone he can easily get a  small bottle for you from his wholesale drug house.  ~" Belgium's Anxiety  The attitude of thc Germans in  many parts of Belgium is creating a  feeling almost of panic among the  civil population. The enemy is apparently making preparations against  thc hour of departure and no attempt, is being made to conceal his  evil designs. Already much property  is being ruined". The fear is widely  entertained that the enemy will take  a hideous revenge on the people who  have scorned them, during the long  years  of occupation.  Most Perfect of Its Size Yet Manufactured  Thc mirror for the Victoria, B. C,  observatory, together with the secondary, or Newtonian mirror, has arrived at its destination.  ��������� ,-_.--  '       ������ >  V. ���������*. ������^  the  war  broke     out,  The work  of  grind-  i*ass eaRjayigosftSj* ������_��������� ������rj_*������9  __"_-.   e__T Y������_j_&,   cSfvrs^  ^UU^^^^s^^  _S*"s������teSM-~~~r& ~���������~m-lpmtpm*,t-������  OM-*mpless3,-&������m<!mse.  go____.tr a  *_������?������__&__?  ���������    ^ V-4-. oa s������������������_������_ ~  tea. _^>wi.s������_s^^J5~fte4/r4_^'f������3*_Kea_a  ���������* - -     .        _. %- -     - _i  it Avas reccivcu on ������.������--_> s_-_.._-,  or  two  before  from Belgium  ing and polishing it consumed the  time between August, 1914, and September, 1915.  The "figuring," or accurate polishing process, was begun iu the at!**-  tumn of 1916, and the final test was  made late last ye-.r.  It is supposed to be thc most perfect mirror of its size yet made, being the first which was poured from  a single pot into the mould, which  prevented distinct, layers, as found in  other mirrors.  It is six feet in diameter, weighs,  finished, 4,340 pounds, and its 72-  inch surface is optically correct. This  means that it is within one four hundred-thousandths of an inch of the  theoretical figure, and it will bring  the light of a star almost exactly to  a point.  THEf-mpiQfi sttsraa  KtJHL.toccMi. cuaseeH-_->H.cws---t������Bss.--oST wxom  G_ via. eidss?. ------'-. E������s������.������*������������- --LQeD Toiso-t-i  mixM. si-rasa vo. esueatit* t_r __f.iE.8_. Mn ������*cxq  rs���������=* "- mtx: mstmBMX* ������*r.l������wvoMortYMfcr--_mcv|  MRon-ro,' waiTE bob tfHmm m-tts. ���������>������_, ^i. ____: ~_~~  KXD. CO. h_,VKMTOO_lRl>. HAMP������TS-__-.. S-OHDOK. %K~\  ������_.������_._;������������������.��������� _-a.������.a---.tT--j-Tgif--*_>TOitMOjr bast to ������*������_.  IrHERAPION^srn  ���������- -Z__AT Ta__D__ _U-RK__-������ SHO-& *T__-__---P:0-** ~-~$  :.~-m~,tnm~-t t-t-iZj-* TO *U. Q~H~--������r---m-m  U  K ������ 1  r  ~r-yi\  \.IV  ass ** ^-^l^mSSSm^J-  Corn  plasters  be  hanged,  thcy al  ways wert. trouble.sonic and.    unsatin  factory.  Try the new method!" Shriv  c.l up the corn first, gels its roots separated   from the  toe.    This  you  can  do mighty quick by painting oil Putnam':-  Corn   l(.xtractor.    Jt sure docs  j bring  relief���������takes  away    the    sling,  j lifts  out Llic whole corn in a day or  I two      Putnam's    will     r.-ally,     surely  jr.ur.'   ilw.   toughest   of   corns.       Costs  but  a  <|ii;irLcr in  any  drug store.  Get  j il   toda>.  |    New Style ot" Blackmail  Plan   Was   to  Sell   Antidote   for   1m-  The Last Asthma Attack may really be the last one if prompt measures arc taken. Dr. J. D. Kellogg's  Asthma Remedy will safeguard you.  It will penetrate to the. smallest bronchial passage and bring about a  healthy condition. It always relieves  and its continued use often effects a  permanent cure. Why not get this  long-famous remedy today and commence its use? Inhaled as smoke or  vapor it is equally effective.  Bant Cross $10 toS25 a iveek. L_-_____ wsthoat lesvisd  home.- Booklet sent free. ROYAL C0_i___��������������� Or  SCi___.CS. 70S __ i. S_������_UssArs., T9,o,-������. Cu.      ^A  MONEY ORDERS  Send   a   Dominios   Express   Money   Order.  Five dollars costs three cents.  The Missouri Mule Abroad  A long and patient but vain effort  on the pari of a khaki-clad driver to.  induce a mule, drawing what appeared to bc a load of* laundry, through  the gateway of a local hospital afforded considerable amusement ' to  thc boys in blue who were watching  the proceedings. The mule would do  anything but pass through the gateway.  "Want any 'clp, chum?" shouted  one of the boys in blue to the driver,  as hc  rested for a  moment.  "No," replied thc drivev, "but I'd  like to know how Noah got two of  these blighters into the Ark."���������Tit-  Bits.  to  Sell   Antidote  aginary  Germ  \- **  .'!*>*   Vxi,o.i  ..'.*_  ..*���������*_  WT>AMiwj'- ?!(tfSl  _  r^..rric-W'-;>:^v*.',;:Yv;;'r:;  .i'g<-d \-,iili an alteiiLpl. lo Idaik  ilu family td .]. I'. .Morgan, lo  ���������ii" anioiitil of $.-.(1,001), iiy use. of the.  mail*. J. it. Thiuii, lilty year:; old,  iai 'nor .it a Im-al iifusiiapi-r Imii< 1 i11f���������;  :m I ..iii.-'ui^. XI ii'lt., was arr.-sU-.t i>y  '>-i"ii uii-ni auilioi-itit-i. afii-i an iii  l iy.*;i 1 i> .ii t -. 1 cinlini- n\cr a |ici'ioil  i n i ��������� i i    11.1:111   1111 r i 11   111,, 11111: ,  l-'/.i-i Hlilf.     lo    irtlic-rs,     the     IlI'M     ol  I m.'iil  ;������������������'.<>  <, i  Spanish Imports Decrease  Thc Official Gazette publishes -statistics showing a marked decrease in  Spain's imports and exports for the  first seven months of the year, notably as compared to 1016. Tlie decrease for imports of raw materials  manufactured goods and foodstuffs  was front 530,000,000 pesetas to 328,-  000,000 pesetas. Tlie exports decreased during the same period from  80f_",000,(.00  to 506,000,000 pesetas.  Coins __.'t.*. caused by thc pressure of  light hoots, but no one need be troubled with them long when so simple  a remedy as Holloway's Corn Cure  is avaik.l.l.-.  Canning Plant in Old Boiler  A picturesque canning undertaking  is that of Hickory, North Carolina."  The employees in thc machine shop  of the Carolina and Northwestern  Railway company there turned the  cylinder of an old engine into a canning plant, connecting it with thc  shop steam boiler. Thcy put in  three shelves of heavy wire screen  to hold thc jars of vegetables, and  did their garden preserving after regular hours.  Once a Boy Himself  Mr.  Stmsoti���������"I  wonder whci  Yep ladder   is?"  Mrs.   Sitiison-*-"Willie   had   if  Mr.   Niiiisoii-���������''i'iieu   ii,   uuiSl  l IU*    |ti.lll i ,\."  lhc  last."  i  i. ���������..  i;;  ni  -.-,���������>. *v.r._  ll-mitm-tx-XT-t-i.  ��������� i i,  W5Tt.*15*llf������)fjr-fljjf  rl       If! I IT-',     inline  -   I I ' i I ' ,      I I, I i I ,'. I I , I   1  i    Im,iin-,  t ili-nei���������  I j.-,   hii   ei^lii i ' ii  \-'. i i-i'i'  pur|ioi'ti  ;   .,,._,'      Ill  ��������� i       .-, I .,.,., ii  sseii      li  o*'      ..live.    I,.I.  liliillth*  Hsk,  PQDJKS  11.  !   I..  I . I I I I I I V  ���������.llll  1 i-i  ,, ,i ^.^^iyt~y������-fi^'*sA^4.t������ixsC.tt~s~m 1  iii SS9_Q.A.C������M-0it(!_O.������.������&._v8!t_a \  iM   '^������������������**������i������'>ii-������IM_IM_ail|i(|^^il.���������i-.ili'ii,.mmx-ui    *  ^Zr-^^^fcrW^ij������im.~~������>*m mmmmtst9  ��������� \  i.  ���������ti.  ''���������Il'  ��������� i   Ml.  Minard's Liniment Cures Diphtheria.  Blame Litis Willi GSei.iiiai't>  Fomented   ^.evolution    from   Which  They are Now Pretending;,  to Rescue Russia  ' The  anarchists- of  Russia,    having  destroyed   their  army  and  murdered  their emperor, are now bringing upon  their wretched country the vengeance  of a cruel and ruthless enemy. Titer.;  are   no   dregs   in   the   cup   ol   wrath  which  unhappy  Russia  is  now being  tr.....,.,i   ..    .i .:,,i    ii ,..,    ,i    - -  --  _*.'.V.*_.-|.       ../       ,|>   ,>,,.        _*l.-l.l.l|^l  listening to the syron  eralism and Revolution. The anarchist., are showing thiiiiselye:. iufiii  itely more cruel than the worst of  the Tsars without any compensations  of sti-onrc-trovenmio.nl or settled ord-  -��������������������������� ni- oeenriiv. Tin; l.olsheviks have  taught the world iliat anarchy i*.  more eriu'l than tyranny, and I Iiat  revolution i*. worse than war. It is  a teirihle thoughl th:it l.tissht has  fallen so low that she can look for  help only from  the  foreign invader-���������  ....  c. ii..  ^ .,       . , ... A ������\.'llj ...  voices of   l.ib-  i,',ii  : -l  .11 I  ,!������������������   Mi  I,,,!-    il.  nlol '  il.i  lot     III  HlWHMITII-tM _l',-fVl|_|_^_i ^'^Jl'll-MJ.^,^.^-.-.!;^  Lx00l,-m000. xi. 0.���������.^   - ... x-zr^?.w���������m'm0vm4mw\~lm  'mm  r-S *a'f*"a  _,'>������������������'      mr.~  000040400���������0. .       x0. .������������.-| | 10���������  ���������svsz\m^r  whether   fioiu  ��������� li  V.wA   or   West.  ailluin*_h    lliey  \liloilali.iii,   ,u\*.  !���������:  v e 11  ni inC i  11 efv r  Af  n  n.  I,"  It;    i u'Vliiiil!  tiiavery   au.i  red [o the hr>rror:; of revolution. Hut.  ".'. '... j: :'.;.::: ,.,"'., *���������"��������� ' '.������ninii'' 'miirni -  ed the revolution from which lliey  ,".i'.*   -..>';,-.-   ] r* ���������'.' ;idin;.   1<>     'vc'i'iii*    IvU.  I hi.I .   -    I ..wiulolt      Mnlliiltf;      I'o'.it.  ALL .AT HOME SHOULD  PREPARE FOR WAR  The iirflt te&t _. man is put thiough Ho.  oitlior war or lifo insuraneo is an examination of hid water. This is most essential bocaiiBo the kidneys play a most im*  portant part in canning premature old  ago and death. The more itijurioua tha  poisoDB passing through the kidnojn th������  ooonor come������ decay���������ao says Dr. Pierce  ot Surgical Institute, Buffalo, N. Y., who  further advises all people* -who ate pa>k  thirty to preaerve tho vitality of the kidneys and free the blood from polsonoui  elemontH, nuch an uric acid���������drink plenty  ot water���������Htreat nome daily ~.i\d tuk_t  Anuric, double ntrength, before meal*.  An-u-ric in a discovery of Dr. Pierce*,  and can bo obtained at drug atoyen. V~x  that backach-j, lumbago, riionmatinm,  " rusty" -.obits, mwollen feot or handi.,  duo to uric aeld in the blood, Anuric  quickly dlasolveH tlio urio acid aa hofc  wntor dobi. (.URav, Send 10 ccats te Dr.  Piorco for trinl plcfj.  ���������I'liornlil, Onl.���������* 'I tliink Anuric _��������� tl_������ t>������������������  X   IlKVtt  m*mr  lmix-u.  My  Vldnov* hud ������t-ren mo  troubl* tor .oral. tlm*.  X -wonlil aiittor in).*  l)_.nli_><*,hi.������ -nil ~\m~  uwi-lUiit. ot t*__> Itii-bv.  I toolc Annrlo anil It  lint ���������nutira.ly ouioii iu~  M ~\\ rwy _i������i-1_������cli������i ������n-t  litis atr-in**t.ii.-i-.il n.y  kldnoya no I f.itl ���������������(_>  In rftcommnnOlnit it t������  ���������rillnMM  who  _nnr������r."���������  -' r.        .        fl,,     ,..      ^Xri-  mo.  ���������I'ovoulo, Out.--'To-*  tha lt-fc  oi*tM, \00i0 X  h-sim auYoroiL -with kid-  -iny   trop.blo (_;ul  r)i_u-  jin-tliim.   It ti-ngan vrlth  _,,,,. ,     .     1������*.l������a  in  my  UaoU -..nd  finally l_ft i������y liack and yrent d_t������rri Into ._���������������  foot.     Ifc  di-VBloi)*-!!   lul .���������   a   .-.irui-lc   tn������_.     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Me!boufB������. and Toronto  Y (Continued.}  back   of    Kenyon's  At the back of Kenyon's acute  mind there had been materializing all  the time the idea that the murdered  woman down at Comlyn was the wife  of a frequenter of Gaspard's gambling  den, and that Tony hailed from those  part_T. He was under no illusion as  to thc true character of the sumptuous "hell" in Brown Street, Mayfair.  And Louis Gaspard's record was  among the neatly docketed documents in his safe. Jasper Morgan  had excited his curiosity from a psychological point of view, but so far  thc tenant of Comlyn Court was  nothing to him but a blatant, loud-  voiced parvenu.  He had not, of course, failed to  note the alibi which Mr. Morgan had  established by his supposed fracas  wilii Uic jjUCi-ls poiiCc. jLvcnyori was  at one with. Superintendent Samuel  Noakes of the Cornish constabulary  in that- worthy'., "h'axiom" ��������� thai  when a.marricd is "done in" you want  to find out just where her husband  was at the time and what hc was  doing. But. that useful theory had  been out out of action in this case  by the aforesaid alibi, and he had  eliminated MoYgan from his academic  consideration of. the murder. Of: the  local gossip reflecting oh Anthony  West he was ignorant. Though fully  reported in -the country papers, the  baronet's evidence at the inquest had  seemed so irrelevant to the great  London <lailies that they had given  no space to it.  Such  was   Clayton   Kenyon's   position with regard to the Comlyn tragedy while hc waited for his friend.  it  had,  of  course, occurred to    him  that   the  point   on  which  his   advice  was  to be sought might have    some  relation  to   that  affair, but  he     was  more   inclined   to   think   that      Tony  .wished to consult liim about some financial   problem   which     had     arisen  from his  run of luck at  Louis   Gaspard's  green   table.     Nor   had   it   escaped his shrewdness that a blend of  both these motives might bc responsible for 'Pony's desire  for guidance.  The expected knock on tlie door of  his .chambers  came  at  last,  and    his  clerk having already gone on his holiday he went to the outer "oak" and  anc-iv<n-*.'d   the   summons     in     person.  The  caller was  not  Anthony    West,  but    a dishevelled    little    clergyman  who looked as if he had slept in his  clothes.  "I wish to -see Mr. Kenyon, the  eminent counsel,*' said the visitor  nervously.  Kenyon sized up the distraught  cleric with a practised eye and liked  the looks of him. "1 can plead  guilty to part of the indictment, anyhow," he smiled, "1 am the man you  want, though if you require my services as an advocate, the silly etiquette, of our profession demands that  you should' approach mc Ihrough  your solicitor."  "God forbid tin I I should have  such a thing," was the fervent rejoinder. "My name is Laurence  Clegg, i am the curate at Comlyn���������  a village���������-���������"  "Come in, Mr, Clegg," Kenyon interrupted. "If you are from Comlyn  you   must, know   my  old  friend  Tony  Wesl?"  "I left Sir Anthony West hall" an  hour atro." replied the curate. "He  is, 1 rei-rel to suv, not. himself al all  ���������drunk or mad, or perhaps a little  of both. 1 gathered from his ravings  that you were, a friend ol" his aud  Ihat hc had an appointment with you  which he no longer eared lo keep, so  I ventured lo come niyseli instead.  Mr.   K'eiivon,   1   travelled     up      from  j Cornwall because Sir Anthony needs j .*���������  ! a  friend -down  there,   and  I���������well,   I  am not strong enough."  Kenyon got the little man into his  most comfortable chair and busied  himself with 'lighting a spirit lamp.  "I. am going to brew you some tea,"  he said. "I don't believe you have  had any breakfast."   ��������� -  "To tell you the truth, I haven't.  There seemed to be nothing but  whisky at Sir Anthony's rooms," Mr.  Clegg smiled wanly.  "As bad~as that, is it?" Kenyon  frowned. "Now," he went on when  his guest had drunk the tea and eaten some biscuits, "what is the trouble  down in the country? I have been  kept quite .in the dark, which, in itself is surprising, seeing that hither-  **-* "\X   7 ������   4~  4- m..   r~, ~ -  rx, ��������� t-.__-.-4 -. .. __.__.__,-,,__-_, f ������������������-.,-  tr\j    wC-at   u-cvci    udU   c\.-y    ���������pc-uiCts   (lOiil  me."  "There are several distinct troubles, but taking them in the order of  sequence there are people at Comiyn  who believe that Sir Anthony is guilty of a murder and robbery recently  committed there."  Kenj'on's nostrils dilated like those  of a war horse sniffing battle. "J  have a bowing acquaintance with  that murder already," he replied. "Put  me on closer terms with it, please,  Mr. Clegg, especially as to the ground  for suspicion against West."  Thc disjointed story which the curate proceeded to imfoid, based on the  local tittle-tattle so seduolously fomented by Mrs. Burbury, ��������� centered  round the allegation that Sir Anthony ha ". been seen in the grounds of  Comiyn Court on the day of the murder, and that he had also been recognized on the moorland path leading  to the farmhouse w*here he lived during his visits to the neighborhood.  The rumors had gathered strength  from his denial that he had been at  Comlyn that day, and from his obstinate refusal to account for his  movements. And lately an added impetus  had  been  given  to  the   gossip  vi. j age  by reports which reached  that the  young baronet, usually     so  hard up, was  spending money freely  in London.  "I suppose they are thinking of  Mrs. Morgan's missing jewels," Ciegg  half apologized for the ioose tongues of his flock.  "Probably," said Kenyon, his eyes  glinting- at the ingenuous remark. "It  sounds like silly flim-flam. "1 presume  that Sir Anthony has been aware of  the liberties being taken with his  name?"  "He must have been," the curate  replied. "His housekeeper at the  farm would have told him."  "Then," said Kenyon quickly, "it  was. not to inform him of what he  knew already that you journeyed up  from Cornwall, Mr. Clegg. I am curious about the other troubles that  brought you���������not perhaps so distinct  as you imagine.".  Laurence cleared his throat as he  was wont to do before he commenced  tha Litany, and for the first time in  the discussion he avoided the barrister's eye. ;  "It is a delicate  subject," he    re-  Lay aside just a little xrore than two bushels of wheat.  Buy yourself a present'with that small portion of youf  harvest,���������a harvest that caused you no small anxiety, and  mm        __L, *        ______  i*c_ .<~   ~x ������-������* jr  ATX 00 ~>V\ AT��������� _*-S  vcu__vvi  Kir  t70j  ���������_-_->������_.  ~XX1x~  tTTtxTdg.is.i.  %~ VV UM.  IT....  -v*  *T/-M_i  ���������s/> tri!  iVtrtirAT.  wm  M  rap_  Be sure of this, however���������make the present something  really worth while*   Here's a suggestion���������  For five dollars you can buy at almost any hardware  store, jeweler's or druggist's, a genuine Gillette Safety  Razor, with twelve Gillette blades, In a handsome and  durable case.  That is to say, with the price of the little wheat, or other  produce you lay aside, you can make sure of an unlimited  number of the finest shaves in the whole world���������  You can join the ranks of the smartest looking men,  who every morning indulge in a three or four-minute  Gillette shave.  Yo������s ���������an follow the *ssasr_.pla of hundreds of thousands o~ soldiers  at the front, who find untold comfort In the perfect, smoothness of the  _���������*   ���������_   _*_H ��������� _.! ���������__    -t *.l__:__.  t~*1.1-xXA-xdx '.__  Skin luuuwiug inc use ui uax-i- uwcuca���������  You can navigate the awkward comers aiid angles oi ihe |aw������  without leaving a hair or grazing the skin.  w m m '������ m\ "��������� .-^���������M      ������ _t ^_P?   ��������� *  .   V^-i    mt~~*x4T---xT   q������A_B     !_=��������������� C__.-aff.iai    B _r=M?=-_ _R?   VifOViS-arS     ������������������_    G mn . a____hnr_f^ ������   if������������<2      .-t      S_?-_rV5'5V      _f\T\r%-r\V_.  __L V-PW   KVJ-.l.'-LJTV      VVMVJB,   JtiavU    __-\__-r__.AA     ��������������� ������������a_.*wv������    -V-t    ���������^i.'.i-^iiv* mm ��������� ���������������vF     ***     *J V***       -������-_-r^_-'J^__������x__r_^,,-  [unity. And let it be a souvenir of the.part you played in the Great War.  iirar-y  .iii-BSai  .BlSMiSr-g  sumed.  v  -.th  nervousness.  "One which I hesitate to mention,  and yet to do so is why I am here.  There is a beautiful girl, Mr. Kenyon, in our charming village who has  known Sir Anthony all her short life.  Everyone loves her. X love her myself, but always, except in moments  of madness, as one without hope. It  was different between her and West.  They have never plighted their troth,  but I believe that there was a deep  attachment between them. Yet within thc last three clays that girl���������she  is Miss Comlyn, the daughter of the  owner of Comlyn Court���������has engaged  herself to marry Mr. Morgan, the:  husband of the woman who Mas kil-  _nirf etti? c-ivrrv ^&Z^ CO  fw Omaha liwrnrn  ^__l__,___i____-___-S ____-_-   _/m_-_i������ __������    __.*k_-~-_-___vra������>   ^#Vs| %r__     T&������m~T-Ati-'������m0 ������__���������__-.?<___������___r_L_J".  Office and Factory s, 6-9-73 Si.^Alexander St., Montreal.  a*.,  .   . __B___S_-  Hi  i<..i a  ���������.. ��������� 1.  _ ��������� ii  iiiOniii   di^u.  Kcnvon stared at the palpitating  little curate. "Vou told West this?"  hc said when lhc flood of words  ceased.  "I broke it to him as gently as I  could," was the* sad admission. "I  had hoped that hc would face. his  trouble like a man, and perhaps vanquish it by going down to Comlyn  and sweeping his rival from the field.  Instead ot" that he was all _ sound  aud fury, swearing that if* Mavis Comlyn wanted Jasper Morgan she was  welcome to him���������that he had no use  for a girl who could blow hot and  cold. Then he spoke of his appoint-,  ment with you, and said that my  news   had   rendered   it  unnecessary,"  (To Be Continued.)  Confederate naif Dollar  Only  Four  of    These    Were    Ever  Struck  The Museum of thc ^Numismatic  Society in New York has received a  gift of probably its rarest coin. This  is thc famous Confederate half-dollar, of which but four were made,  and  two  only  arc known to  exist.  In'the early days of the Civil War  thc Confederates, when thcy took  New  Orleans,  seized all  government  Prisoners Were Embarrassed  A party oi twenty l.erman oltu-c-rs,  prisoners of war, found an unusual  reception awaiting lln.in in Southampton, An American regiment was  resting by the avenue, on its march  from the ship to camp, when lhc  German officers were escorted past.  Tlu-ir progress through a half mile  of Yaiik.'.'s was v ml-uri asking. Tin-  latter enjoyed the occasion immensely, bui   no!   s*.'������  tiii   G.'rn...;-.   ..fYk'crr..  ' Js ilii**. llic road io 1'arisi" shouted one. "Mow do you like crossing  liic v. ii.mini.     s\a**, aiiolui i   i|u-..i>.  "llave you any message for the  kaiser and the crown prince when we.  K-'l   lo   l.ci'liu."   w,i_ anoihi���������_��������� jii-- .  Tin- ('.'ermnns plodded steadily  in silence, l_<-i'ping tluir ryes on  ir round.  property, which included the United  States mint. What coins there were  on hand, of course, were used. Thc  silver bullion was also mined into  United States coins with the dies  then there. The question then came  up of a distinctive coinage for the  Confederacy. . A die was made for  the reverse of the 50-ccnt piece,  showing a Confederate shield and  the. legend "Confederate States of  America." The obverse side of the  old United States half-dollar, showing a seated figure of Liberty surrounded by 13 stars, dated 1861, was  to   be used in  conjunction   with thc  new die.  Four pieces only were struck, probably to submit to the high officials  in Richmond. No more pieces were  ever struck, as the supply of bullion  had run out, and during thc life oi  the Confederacy no sufficient amount  of bullion was ever obtained to slriltc  any silver coins.  One of the longest submarine  cables in the world is to be laid between Aden and Hongkong at a cost  of $8,000,000.  -t>       ''E3S----5S  Wrap Soldiers' Parcels  PARA-SANI  Heavy, waxed paper in House-  Kold Rolls with handsome oak  3Roller-Box.      Every article for  overseas   should   be   carefully  wrapped in Para-Sani to insure,  ^delivery in good condition,^  Put an 'extra wrapping of Para-Sani around \he package before ���������putting it in the final covering.   Eats and smokes will arrive as fresh as when  shipped, if wrapped in Para-Sani,  "*t       T-. n .....���������������������������_:  i--.~x.7r7.   ���������f/-\.#-  1*-r������f������n.r.r������* fr-ntA  frr-'C.K  .use raia.-ofc.in, q,~ uwuw io*. ^���������v^f**-o-^*'-* ��������� ���������  ���������11 ZSjI*"*. ���������JJ������������������y tltW_������-������ It-.   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N.  u.    123:  Cod Roe b'lour an Substitute  l''.:.p. liuifiil.'. al. I!it'i;(ii, Norway, to  produce bread containiuK _.() p<:r cent,  of lish roc have been successful. It  is intended to purchase machinery i"or  lhc preparation of a dour made trout  rod r-ie. -a lii.'h will he iniv:.1'! witli  hri-ad uniiii. IVrcad prepared fr-uul |  such mixture is said lo be palatahlc |  __.--   Will   :i;.   nu'rUioiu:.  fara-Sftt-i iw-nl prrpaid on receipt  tif prlco or C.O.D.  ���������Jib. Holl wiih llolter  llox.,... ���������������3.50  Mb. Hull wli.1i Xlollcr  Box...... ~.~.  ���������i lb. Roll without  Box.... ..>������������������. l.~.  lib. Roll -vH-i.hu  Uox. .1 i. ... ������������������ i<70  I Hi,     1-Uil     VlllliOUl    xlDX, ���������������.       ������������������"���������'  Appleford Conntei* CWck  Book  Co.. Lttd,  17S \MlcT-nrmot Av������������. Runt  tt.l_...l,_ x 0.      ������������-.._<������ _.!-...  s  ~.. >;<<4^m&%.  ttWi���������-WI  Wajy l������ii',Vi  *���������^* ���������  ��������� ���������wy.  00dH0000<__*-- >_II___-WI_-_W  t*-i:������  r^?35^!S������"_'li!__-. __������w������,.r^s-_4sraj*ga  ������-^_i_-__--Sini_-i-_ri-i^^  "-���������"��������� ' "-^r M^'mi^r0^'^^.^i  w00mr*i~.i -pMni.i|i.i(i imijiniii 111  w^i-ir~ikm^  ___   .iaS���������._������-t''!_.������C___ES_!__i  J.ll'l'JlaiW.B'.l'j'l.l!'!1!!1!".!!..!!!'.*  wmmmsmma ?SE-C-SBSTOS  B2STOW  *  l  n  ���������*,-  f '   "W  g   g-*~ta. ���������  _&__|-W_.tS4_->  __. ja  s������-*r������������r__  ������Ah_-.-X<&_-  _U_f_������._M_,������a,^������.W%.@h S  ST 5_5_r*__.������_!������a**������-'������  j A feature of the Masonic installa-  | ticti ceremonies ots. jB-pIday nicrlii last  I was the   presentation   of   a   master's  ON ALL  .  i  TILL  i'  Qtiirfl������!!  mm\-T~\ ~\ a a b  Basra la  mu  <&_si  ureston  Santa OSatis' Headquarters  OK  0P.EST8M, B.C.  _.������_ th_a������*e a-n-''  *= ���������W*'     ������?SS,������' ������   *^_^      *������������������������������������-__��������� s m  Meat  111  __-H<a_r__,  8,1 H������~*  ?  ^J  This is the first o.ues-  tion that presents itself  to. the housewife if  an  unexpected visitor drops  in fofa meal.   But why  wnm-v ?  Shamrock Brand  Mams end iS&con  Finest  Quality  Cooked Maim  Lunch Meat  Sktiogna, H-C0  are always to be had  here. In meats nothing  quite equals 'Shamrock'  products.  r.  H_ff*MU  ���������MM    ������_-'_5f-    _.������_���������._  The Fruit Growers Union closed np  the years business in good shape sending out the cheques for the final 1918  pay on Tuesday. It ran tb almost $16,-  000, The Noy ember pay of just under  S31,00Q was thc biggest of the year.  The total disbursements for 1918 were  a little less than $150,000.  Members of Creston'Red Cross'Society are asked to turn out in full force  for the opening work session ' of the  yerir, on Tuesday afternoon next, at  3.o'clock,* in Speers Hall, when .arrangements are to be made for the season's work under the changed conditions tht cessation of hostilities has  brought about. .  calf, 2 months old.     Arthur North,  Sirdar.  COAIi���������Car of Lethbridge coal just  in. Best quality, priced light, and  prompt deliyery. R. Lament, Creston.  The O.P.R. had another heated cat  east yesterday, and it is announced  that a 8-_n-Ia_? service will be maintained for the present each alternate  Thursday, commencing with the 16th.  School re-opened on itioliG&y in t-i-3  three higher rooms with a fairly good  attendance; wiih New Years' Day taken as a holiday. Tha primary room  will resume operations on Monday  next. '  Local dairy butter is now retailing  at 55 cents a pound, and is a scarce  article at that. |The pretty much exclusive feeding of slough hay is cutting down the cream supply appreciably,  C. O. Rodgers was a business visitor  at Cranbrook a couple of days the latter part of the week. He reports lumbering operations in that part of East  Kootenay considerably less brisk than  a year ago.  A steamer with two barges made  the trip from Nelson to the Reclamation Farm the latter part of the week  for a cargo of baled hay, and got away  on the return trip just one day before  the Kootenay froze..over.  Fob Sale���������Pedigreed Jersey heifer | jewel to the master-elect C. F. Hayes,  Fast "Master Jas. Comfiton making  the presentation in very compliment--  ary terms, to which the recipient suitably replied. There was a fine turnout of members and the supper that  concluded the affair was one of the  most efijoyable ever held.  Honors are again even up at the  weather-guessing game. Flushed with  his triumph at predicting the non-arrival of snow until after Christmas,  Mayor Little was rash enough to make  a Sunday prognostication that Sunday's snow would turn into a rainstorm before Monday, while H. S. Mc-  Creath called a cold dip. And cold it  was���������almost, zero in fact. This reverse has taken some of the shine off  the mayor's reputation and the best  you can get but of him at present is  the observation, that if there's no  change the weather will be the  same.  Creston Indians celebrated Mew  Yeai'S on a considerable scale though  due to the recent flu epidemic there  Were no outside reds here for the big  celebration. This year's purchase for  the "big cateni" were largely of biscuits and apples,- the higher prices of  candy and the scarcity of Jap oranges  limiting the consumption in these lines  Joe Obodman and Pascelle?rernember-  ed the mission church, each purchasing a new stove for it, while Old Nick  invested in a brand new $85 range to  see that the cooking features of the  jamboree did not-suffer for the want  of good baking equipment.  Watches have  Advanced 25 Per  Cent, in the last  Therefore it is advisable tp  have your old one repaired  for the following reasons:  I." 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  guaraufceed for a year.  3. An examination aud estimate will cost you nothing.  From present appearances 1917 will  register high watei* mark in the Valley's tomato export, with a showing of  almost 15,000 crates of the ripe ones,  which is at least 1000 in excess of 1915,  the banner year previously.  The sacrament of the Lord's Supper  wiii be administered at "the close of  the morning service in the Presbyterian Church on Sunday next. The subject of discourse at the evening service  will be New Year's Resolutions.  ran  Watch, Clock and Jewelry  .Repairing. . Next door  to Postoffice . CRESTON  ____itchener thi  Mrs.- ivi  at  the ���������__..  made  Buyu  week   ._. 4.   ...  L>������_-.. X4   X~  foTO  ������?aXrs  at nursing  in  Hunt Viome,  wher   flu   has  appeaaance.'   A coupie   of  TIMBER SALE X 1543  Sealed tenders will be received by the Minis  ter of Lands not later than noon on the 9th day  of January, 1919, for tne purchase of License  X15___, to eat 2,907,OOG feet B.M. of Cedar, Fir  Tamarac, White.Pine, Yellow Pine, Hemlock,  Balsam and Cottonwood, and 21,700 lineal feet  of Ced������r Poles, on an area situated on L. 274,  Goat River Kootenay District.  Two years will be allowed foiv removal of  timber.  . Further particulai's of thc Chief Forester,  Victoria, B.C., or District Forester, Cranbrook.  B.C.  To Wish AH a    *  Happy, Heaiihy amca  Prosperous New Year  1  ii  ES  1  a  B_B  ~.ii~.���������ii0.0T~nii  ���������*������,s.A_y<!_h__n_,ft^s    8^ _^^l,*_!,_*^ ������_*.���������������  Z~Z. TT c_r__rs r DUfisa er21,  '���������KNI'.lf'M.   MKIf. ... ANTK  ~m%0m  Billy Johnson's family   at  the  hotel  are aiso laid up with attacks of it.  The Canadian lied Cross Society is  launching a Canada-wicle campaign  for funds for tKis-year's effort, to commence on January 12th arid to which  B.C. is asked to raise $250,000. Creston Valley's quota-has been -set at $500.  Dental Notice���������Di-s. Tepoorten or  Pickering of Grand Forks will visit  Creston on January 28th for a period  not exceeding two weeks. People requiring work are asked to make appointments ahead of time at the drug  store.  Creston Farmers' Institute annual  meeting is set for next Friday evening  at the Auditorium. President Adlard,  who is at the coast for the winter,  will not be eligible for re-election, nor  will director W. A. Pease, who is in  California at present.  Geo. Johnson w������s a week-end visitor  at Nelson superintending deliyery of  another car of cat-tie to the P. Burns  Co. in that city. Just now it looks as  if the 1018 export of livestock would  hardly be as heayy as for the year previous when almost 200 head were  shipped.  The Creston Women's Institute  meets in annual session on Friday af.  ternoon next in Speers' Hall. As there  hat. been no meetings since October in  addition to electing officers considerable biisines.. has accumulated that  must be disposed of at the January  session also.  Creston Hod Cross ladies will resume  their weekly meeting.* commencing on  Tuesday next. * With tho war ovor  there will not be much domand for  socks, but urgent appeal is made for  hospital supplies nnd articles of clothing for refuge*-., wi... arc now gctt.������-j>  back to their devastated homos in  Ib-lgium and Franco.  There wei-e   sounds   of   revelry   by  night at tho A. H. Hwhiihoii homo  ou  Friday laht when  MIhh Uuth   Swiin-  >..--���������_   *.*-.{���������.._ .i.hu <_   a    p.irty   of   youn-y  friend.i ; inutile, game., and a supper a-  bout   iiii.lniu.tit    being   the   features.  With thi-. able   m-sU-tunce of   her. pur-  -.������������������ill,.', ii- i.*>   Wiiiii-,���������������������������.*.���������������������������__ y  ^.. ....,...,.     _..;:_.'.  (,li������- In-:.t of p;ood tiiueti obtained all ev-  iiitig for eyei-yone.  Mr. AtkliiHon, who in on tour of   1),  .'. in the   iiit.eit'HlH   of   the    ...ii-ii-lwin  Highway Am-nm-litlio.i, wiim  a   <-maton  yii.i.-.r <mi Na_.n-.luy.     lie in  i..Hiiin|{   a  ���������S'tom'".    ant.- *vni-le dealing   with    the  *"���������" ��������� ��������� ii.,. ,.:, ,  Nl   Wt  irl.i'lll    ill*.:,*! \. ,. , ..      ......             ,, -..,.'  S3! .agun al'mg the .on-In that are    nenni-  ���������.n.r:. for -into .���������.*."....������������������.    ''.'he ������*e.. -line oil  *Ws recommend  ���������Oil.  ._ ..,    -OL. Cl 1 ���������-.!-.  *OI!a_S-_5 IS., looi.iiiuo'- i-i 3  Jameson's  Empress  Morning Glory  Palm  ���������all in One-Pound tins.  Try a pound 8f  BEST BULK COFFEE  OUR BULK 60c. TEA  cannot be excelled.  LAND REOIBTRY A&T  (Section 24)  IN THE MATTER of part (654/1000 of  an acre) of Lot **A" of Block 24 of  Lot 812, Group 1, Map 1014, Kootenay District, as registered in Indefeasible. Fees Book, Vol. 2, -Folio  147, No. 2441-1.  Proof having been filed in my office  of the loss of Certificate of Title No.  2441-.I. to the above-mentioned lands  in the name of Oie Knudsen Tott*\ and  bearing date the 27th Slav. 1914. 1  HEREBY GIVE NOTICE of my intention at the expiration of. one calendar month fram'the flr-sti publication  hereof to issue to the said Oie' Knudsen Tofte a fresh Certificate of Title in  lieu of such lost certificate. Any person, having V any information with i*ef-  erence to such lost Certificate of Title  is requested to communicate with the  undersigned. Y  Dated at the LandI Registry Office,  Nelson. B.C.. this 13th day of November, 1018.  E.^. STOKES,  District Kegistrar of Titles.  Date of first publication Nov, 22, 1918.  ROBT. LAMONT  NOTARY PUBLIC  IN&URANGE   -    REAL ESTATE  DEALER IN COAL  OREQTOtV   -   -   B.C.  fat*  Our New Year Wish is that  1919 may he the Happiest  .Healthiest and Most Pros*  erous 52 weeks you have  ever B  __������-���������__.  !a vhlte -Mt U^ioui-cl nt the  1 the oHtcial i innlxmid.  garag.  (a  ^ Q     mPmJml-i'-m  uau i_������* t_ _5 .. ,������"3 5 S H H K H**      r, t~. J. ��������� ������i  I  ���������*Ui_--_-iWll*_  ti~-i\m vr.i u u _.���������������_" __ t_ u _. u WZ  BW H <___?__ -jffyt-inamiuimimm  i l-w.t. i> i>  M UU Um  1  rV~~iV~0-P(0t^m~0%m  mtmm%imm~\mm-Timm.i\\\\ t-tmi*  MHj~mnM\\.is\m  ~*mv*~m-n~wt*j~M-m  ___s!^_?__?y^^  '^^������������������muiiBiviSMix&iix&iiM&iktoAiufrx-iauta^^ mmmr~ ���������  !I?2!__r;Kl_*f_*t'__*^  pistes  _ffi____w^"'Aw^*'W-^  m~-*imtidmS������lS^T^Mm~~r^^  ������tgaa^^!ia_������^  W .lt������-ll*-W.ft������y*������ t-ySfU,  ^BSSg-jg^-MY^^


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