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Array &,'���������������",-'  /  Vol. XI.  CRESTON, B. C, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1919  No. 31  were  visitine.  few  days  the  Since the first of the month three  more married men have brought- in  their better halves and from all reports the ladies are just as keenly enthusiastic over their new location as  the men folk. Two of the newcomers  are Mrs. B. B. Crandall and daughter,  and Mrs. R. Stevens and young son.  There are at least four others away to  bring their wives back with them.  All told there are now sixteen married men in the camp for whom the  temporary small" plottages have been  provided. At present these are all lo-  cited convenient to the .samp site so  as to be handy the store and water  supply at the camp centre. !  M. W. Nelems, chairman of the  land settlement board and Cols. Dav-  ies and Latta, two of the other directors, along withO- K, Ward, the loeal  director, were here on an inspection  visit on Friday and Saturday. Mr.  Nelems spoke in the highest terms of  the splendid and solid progress the  eanip had made in the short time it  had been open.  Just, at present Vine. Liddicoat and  his corps of three carpenters are at  Oreston, where they are lending a  helping hand on the erection of the  new main building at the fall fair  grouDus, to niiike sure of it being  ready for fair day, about two weeks  hence.  To illustrate how things are progressing, we *-***������������������ sailors that oq Tuesday  the men working at clearing operations were nicely started on the thirtieth farm, the other twenty-nine having been given a very thorough rough  clearing.  Mr. Framptori is the first to move in  to his permanent home. His location  is right adjoining the eamp he&d-  quorters and the carpenters have completed his five-room residence for him.  This is the second of the larger-size  houses to be finished, S. Coop having  moved into the other about two weeks  ago.  Burning on the cleared area started  this week. The logs and brush on a  couple of hundred acrees on toe main  road between Canyon and the Rodgers farm having the torch applied to  them on Tuesday.  Mr. and   Mrs.   Cam  with Nelson friends a  latter part of th������ week.  Since the miners haye gone back to  work at points in the Pass the westbound freight traffic is considerably  heavier, unusually large quantities of  coke going through these days.  The Kuskanook was on the Nelson-  Landing run several days last weeK, ������������������������������������������ *���������" ���������*-*���������-- *  the Nasookin being laid up for repairs  due to a mishap to the big\ propeller  wheel in the storm one "night last  week.  Mrs. Loasby was a visitor with Creston friends a few days last week, returning on   Friday.  \\C~T'  Success of Fair  Hinges on E  & ies  Ou  oliriuHy  Kev. J. 13.  service in the schoolhouse  night. It is hoped there will be a good  turnout to ensure the continuance of  these once in three weeks |Sunday vis-  E very thing that the fall fair officers and directors can   undertake  to ensure this year's  exhibition he-  w.t-*.--pfcli-d" of t-hfx Vallev is  being carefully looked after.  A new main building of commodious proportions will be available  as well as accommodation for the  more comtortobie and advantageous exhibiting of liye stock and  poultry.  ���������are that the day will pass  capable of.   And first   impressions  are all too often the most lasting.  Get your prize list and entry  form at the postoffice to-day. The  entries must all be in by Saturday  next, No list of entries too small to  receive courteous attention, and  none too large to handle.   *Nuf sed.  JLO   X31XLV  pleasantly a good line of sports will  be run rff during the afternoon, ir-  cluding   a  championship   baseball  The wet weather of the past week  almost has slowed down -haying operations at Lewis Island and other points  part of the Lewis crew going to Creston to await better weather.  Mrs. North was a visitor with Cres-  x-r-.r^.   ������~-L-^-_--*-~  %-r.x ~--?rmm-.   i--,~, v-> i?     '-r-_~.      13._.4.,.._  !spjr_4   XX Itlll-^a   pr^lru.bp.M    p,_p*_������..i       xr.x      0rxxL,..,-  day. If the stuff is available at that  time the North ranch will likely go after some of the fruit and vegetable  prizes at Creston fair at the end of thne  month.  Mr. and Mrs. R. Dennes were Spokane visitors a few days last week,  guests of the former's parents.  Getting married must, be a young  man's job is   the   observation   Mayor  match.  Tn ��������� ~������������������.    md-mmd^d-Td-xTr-t.    ������-������ %-������.v\rxn> ���������*������nf*rm*.aa  X?lOlJU.     jJ'l'COOlJIW     tDB^f^-OeUt- L ������UI W "W ���������***���������>*"���������  there will be two   bands to furnish  music, in addition to   that supplied  by the two or three musical instru-..  ment agencies that   will   have displays in the hall.  The Women's Institute is arranging to have booths conveniently located so that all seasonable refreshments, as well as meals, may  be readily procured at reasonable  charges.  Insofar   as   providing entertainment in every line fair day is amply provided for.   But one thing remans iiiu 18    fciiK   ouBwvauoii   jxs.n,yuv    ""...' , ���������    .������ ^ ���������   i ���������. ���������������.;_-_.     .,  ... .     J ,       -k .    .      .   ���������    ,  mams   to   make  the exhibition   a  Daly makes after encountering ste ward , ,       .  Conway,   who    is  just  home   from   thorough all round success; that is  his wedding tour,   looking  about   as I a showing of the    products   of the  Brickson lost one of its older citizens  in the passing of Mrs. Margaret Staples, who died suddenly of heart failure ait her home here on Tuesdav afternoon, at the age of 72 years. Deceased was the widow of the late Richard ������L Staples, who -oredecessed her  almost four years. The funeral was  on Wednesday to Cseston cesnetery,  Rev. G. H. Hamilton taking the services. The late Mrs. Staples had resided in the Valley since ISIl, when  the family moved here from Treherne.  Man. Two sons, Roy and Frank, both  living in the Valley, survive, and to  them is extended sincere sympathy in  their bereavement. The many out to  pay their last respects and the -nun-tin--  ous floral tributes bespoke the late  Mrs. Staples' popularity. The pallbearers were all Erickson citizens,  Messrs.  R. J.  Long, J.  Fraser, Geo.  d* *._._;_ufc     XKT    TH7    IX  KJOiVtlTV VlftUV,       *T .     TV.   aLx.  and M. R. Palmer.  W. H. Fat-tell and son, Browell,  were visitors at Cranbrook a couple of  days the early part of the week.  Miss Alice Carr, who has been at  Balfour for the past three months, returned home last week, for the apple  packing season.  Mrs. Dugsoti, recently from the Old  Country, who is now making her home  at Cranbrook, is here on a visit to Mr.  and Mrs. Simister, the former being  her uncle.  suG vtr- ery  __pii  mil)  happy as the Jew in Glasgow who  can't make enough out of his Scotch  customers to get out of the city even  for a   week-end, ... ��������� .'  Messrs. Tuohey and  McDiarmid enjoyed life at the   metropolis   between  trains on "Wednesday, doing ' some re  pair work on a bad order car that had  been set out at Creston.  Fo������ SAI.E���������Registered Jersey heifer.  Jas. Cook, Creston.  ���������Xi,t\X    VJLXX  settled weather conditions the fore  part of the week has brought out the  haymaking crews ia full strength, and  certainly all and sundry are making  hay these days while the   sun  shines.  Mr. and Mrs. Matthews were passengers west on Monday���������Mrs. Matthews to reside in Nelson,-while Andy  is retnrning to work at  Birchbank.  Back taxes have been coming in so  liberally of late that we hear sufficient  funds have accumulated to make the  trustees feel safe in going ahead with  soRte f ������������������nproverGerst'S���������such as fencing���������  at the school grounds this fall.  Rose-& Watcher are quite convinced  that troubles never come singly. Early  in the. summer they lost one of their  fine dairy enws; net over a month ago  a yearling steer died from blackleg,  while on Tuesday the worst luck of all  befell when one of their matched span  of ponies died.  &ixT'mTmx.ffe'  Sirdar school re-opened on Wednesday, with Mr. Ernest Brewis of Vancouver in charge. He arrived on the  noon train that day.  Dr. Henderson, has justbeen notified  from Ottawa of  his   appointment by  the department of   Soldiers' Civil Reestablish ment as' Medical   Representative, whose  duties are   to   attend to  ail Returned Men who   require medical attention.  This attention being given free to men who   may be   taken ill  any time within one vear of discharge  whether the cause be   from   War service or not, and to men who are   suffering a recurrence of disability caused  by War service, at any time.  i wwiii mn min iiwiwii iiii'iim 'in 11 Ti 'ni,'~"jmTi'K*~iii*tj  T  H HI  in your baking hy using  Dr. PRICE'  CREAM  _^^^       _H   MttMM ib^^^A^      mttm\^^ ^^^^L~r    jd*"**"^, "*"_SiP  ������L *Z_^ _fiJ*'*^_3   ^F^*���������^ *t__^F***J  jHmtlr'*T$mm"~-"\'m m"i'  ' -"^MMMfi ���������*���������* "*���������'      ~*   ���������      ~-* -~  "O  "_"_--     ������������������ 0- Xdxmm   m0^7d7.Z~7.d-.r*    4f\40* 1**V  V������ <"������  111 xncixiy x<-*x-xtj>\r'~- ������ujt-i*j  If  CpC-p  *���������**_���������*. ���������������*. ���������������-*.*���������* r  0.0. XVrXXA j  .1  eggs are required, in some none at  all, if an additional quantity of Dr.  Price's Baking Powder is used���������  about a teaspoon, in place of each  .p-ppp-v* t eM- irtd~t  rvj--jT0  ��������� Ot_������  Try this method with all your baking recipes. Thousands of women  are using it with great success.  KG 11  S^������4^_,  00^7.0000  t^.O J^-\.~.c!L~���������ILc'WCS ���������No* IB-Stt-**"!** T'''"' '*���������'-*>  district in each of the fifteen classes  in which prizes are awarded   worthy of the Valley and   its   citizens.  In fruits and vegetables a bigger  and better display isessential to reassure, if need be,   even jour   own-  people that even in   the   dryest of  years   this   country   can   produce  both in quantity and   quality.  A good showing of horses and  cattle as well as poultry seem assured. The poultrymen should be  particularly prominent. No better  opportunity will be afforded them  to display their birds and wise newcomers and others up to the fact  that poultry of quality can he had  right at home.  What is particularly wanted is  an overflow exhibit in all the sections of the ladies* classes. Last  year's exhibihion was lacking in  these departments, particularly the  cooking and fancy work. What is  wanted is a display of culinary products similar to that in evidence  at the 1917 Women's Institute fair,  as well as an even better display in  tho needlework line.  The ladies are particularly appealed to make sure that their feature af the fair is above standard.  If they will do their part it now  seems certain that the 1919 exhibi  tion will be a grand   one.      ,  To encourage a little extra effort  on tho part of all   let none   forget  that this year will have a considerable delegation from outside points  I to seo what the   Valley   can    produce. A half-hearted display in any  of Mm oluHtieu ..l'ly   create   an   im--  proseion that certainly   should not  bo allowed to exist    These   people  from Nelson should not bo allowed  to go away with   the idea that the  fair does not at least   equal theirs.  Bui nieiwt. iione.rtriiut or all in tlie  call ior   a   banner   display    ih too  need to di'monfiti-atc*    to   our m.-w~  conu,  aoldier Boulor/*. at Linter aud  elsewhere that wo can  produce tho  field and   orchard    and   household  products in quantity   and   qua'ity  equal to the* very best.. Thin will be  EAST KQQTENAY'S  Tenth Annual  TO BE-HELD AT  JL fUfcJLJLIL^*JI  HJT^jrm^L  WEDNESDAY & THURSDAY  I OCTOBER lst& 2nd,1919|  Under the auspices of the Cranbrook  District  Agricultural Association  $25000-lo Premiyms-  ATTRACTIONS:  SPECIAL FEATURE���������  CAPT. FRED McGALL, D.S.O.,  M.C. arad Ear, D.F.C., wsth his  new $5000 Aerop!ane. Both  days. Doing stunt flying and  carrying passengers.  Passenger flights $15 per trip.    Hook reservations now  T-t*.   * , ��������������� .������ ���������       I*.... ,..,, it.-,  ,i,,,,   .,.;.  I'IM'lllS   111   UUlC/l   S.SL   nlii/ivliiu   Lltt   <j>.������   itO.|,w.iii-.  Horse Racing  - Athletic Events  ������������������. *>       7. J-- V ^7- ������, gf,  Side dhows,  -concessions,  ate.  DANCES BOTH EVENINGS  Come ono !     Come all!      And U-t us Kniort.i.it You  ..HZ \.,>-*Ai~tt4*'ii������  I)k. J. W, RUTLKDCK  Ric-sidenl  W. M. HARk-IK i  .*���������"���������.(---n't a rv 1  initial    ni.,., i'|r|r". .;..,... ,y    ..., ,-,. .-  ....   .  l-euiliel lemk at what    tho     Vulle-y  Kill  ���������������Ml4PP������j4>MMIili4P<*l^^  m44l4-OSMimSS&i&4Si  00^^W���������g^m,���������^^0:'  KaasKS?s^MBli^!^  ������������������0^.  im"?--.-^^  itnanminiitc^^  SmSmwM^SImiwmm^^'.  ���������40tnmmmM.Mmi4n wWhimiiuii < 4innii<ini^4������wi..w.l..W4W.HIII.������lllwiwllW'piW4T|. WP'Ippwmp. ,4i^i^4yj4^^w'W.WIi.M������n.4W4M4r,'W4������' ..v.- - -    I 11 f -.. _.-_.,   -.  ^Sgf*!!"^^  ' ���������^**w������w-*'^.'t|^i,,s^  i"m~mm 1  uitH ���������e������������ip������'i*p#*j4pei<.  E������������ii*i>4WJMl#iitf^  '?/*i*w***^'*TT**^"**^,���������^ ,.. -.,,,������������������  z;-zzzz^^^^  H*������u������'P*--tPr������pfc'.*������������*. iW**^  ���������rWe***OT^  .i.^.0������IJ^^.        .     ^i     __������... ui.L_ta.j_i J^_!_________.___.,;.__...._;________. ..._._____L- .      -..       .. !._._,...,_..    .._!._.       _...   WJt^tMttittt, jHjWl*ca'**ff*������-8jB  '���������.'ri-'vfvt'.^?:?^:  ���������;-���������*:  2-HE     BEVIEW,     CRESTON,  Wives and Mothers  Need Not Have  Sore Backaches  Constantly on their feet, attending  to thc wants of a large and exacting  family, women often break down  with nervous exhaustion.  Iri thc stores, factories, and on a  farm arc weak, ailing women, dragged d-a-yvii with torturing backache  and   bearing down  pains.  Such    Suffering   iSIi t       natural,        iJUp  it's dangerous,    because due    to    diseased kidneys.  The dizziness, insomnia and other  symptoms of Kidney complaint can't  cure themselves, they require the assistance of Dr. Hamilton's Pills,  which go direct to the seat of thc  trouble.  To give vitality and power to thc  kidneys, to lend aid to thc bladder  and liver, to free thc blood of poisons, probably there is no remedy so  successful as Dr. Hamilton's Piiis.  For all womanly irregularities their  merit is well  known.  Because of their mild, soothing  and healing effect, Dr. Hamilton's  Pills are safe, and arc recommended  for girls and women of all ages; 25c  per box at all dealers. Refuse any  substitute for Dr,  of   Mandrake  and   Butternut  Filling His  Own Shoes  ��������� BY  ���������  HENRY G. ROWLAND  vw  Copyrighted. Printed by special  arrangement with  Thos.  Allen,  Toronto.  >S*$~  JJ.  (Continued.)  "'You don't understand  yet,     Miss  Challand.    Nowadays, if a young fellow wants to get ahead in a big business,  he's   got  to   start  at  the very  bottom   of   thc   ladder and  work  up  ���������step by step; that is, unless he's got a  pull with the concern and a place all  made for him.    Even then, the chances  are  that  all  he has  to do  is  to  draw his pay and let somebody who  knows the business do the work for  him.   But that ain't real business, and  the   Walkeasy   Shoe   Company   don't  run theirs  that way.    They give the  best job to thc man that's best fitted  for it and pay him what he's worth.  Why, do  you know  that the  son  of  the president of our company"���������Rug-  gle's voice was slightly moderated at  the  mention     of    the    president,    as  though,   he   had   been   a   lay   brother  speaking  of  thr-  grand  master  of his  order���������"worked  in   thc  factory,     just  as I did?    He went to work at seven  o'clock  in   the  morning with  his  dinner paii, just like the rc*.i of us.  Say,  vvIim;     tie  was  at     Yale���������thc    boy,  I  a  '-r   (i\\\.   Ci'i  o.i]   man  I.i m���������"  tr"     Mi?*  ���������anted   to   get  Challand  inter  ji  '���������-> 4  Lo-  de*l".t,    waiUe-d  piker���������"  to   see  '���������xr I'''.'  :   Ir  ex..  was  -1**;, .*!.  11-.  .;e   was  laincd.  getting  if    lie  tlie  "He  too  was  tiie concern  that  of,   nnd   not  :<- of that,  iu:   tea:i'.,--  ..-���������     I      .,4,1     ....   C  Th.  the  o:  'i -. /���������,  hii:  .���������,,*  '. c -,v it;,  *r.,d- "  II.' ,   \'.\,l  0":  i'l!'    J--  l.t  dooi  :   on  nan.1'  . ,i   . I.  il:  ��������� boy  fool-  *��������� fa -  York  Ha-  IV.   a  the  ,i.h'.  1 .lie  ' ��������� '.iill  -I    tl:  "Yes, a college cheer.    In the United   States   all   the   different colleges  havc their cheers.   You see, they holler 'cm all together, and believe mc,  Miss   Challand,   it   sounds  fine   when  several thousand people all cut loose  at    thc    same    time.     Young    Dick  Downing's bunch had a yell like this:  Walkeasy,   talkeasy,   rah-rali-rah���������  Kick hard, lick hard,  yah-yah-yah.  And then there was a song about the  shoe  on  the  foot  of  the leg  of  thc  man that kicked the goal, and, -would  you   believe   it,   Dick     Downing���������he  was captain of thc. team and playing  full  back���������did  kick  a  goal from  the  field  and   saved   the   game,  and   thcy  say thc crowd went crazy.   It was a  great     day     for  Yale���������and     for   the  Walkeasy Company.    I heard the advertising   manager     say  that  it   was  worth  thousands   to   us���������"     Ruggles  leaned forward and looked at     Miss  Challand with sparkling eyes.    "That  shows   the  sort  of folks  that  arc  at  thc head of the business," said he.  Miss Challand listened as might  onc who tries to follow an interesting description in an unknown language. Not being by any means dull,  she was impressed with the fact that  there was something by no means  paltry behind all of this ardor; something true and real which raised  Ruggles's enthusiasm for his branch  of trade above the level of mediocrity. She was bound to admit that  he himself seemed far superior to  such tradespeople as she had ever  come in contact with. He seemed  to take a real and personal pride in  thc business, as though, thc mere association invested him with some peculiar grace. Miss Challand felt rather dazed.  "You see," Ruggles went on, "Dick  Downing is the real thing ��������� the real  American. He'd bc just the same  eating out of his dinner-pail in the  factory with thc stitching-room gang  as he would at the training-table of  the football team, or anywhere else;  just the same nice fellow. The men  he worked with in the factory all  called. - him 'Dick,' and he liked it.  That's the way we are in America.  It doesn't make any difference that  his father's a millionaire and a big  swell into the bargain. Dick Downing ain't too good for any of us, nor  his sister, either. Why, do you know  they came into the store about three  months ago, and you'd have thought  we were old friends the way they  treated mc? And here he'll probably  bc our next president���������"  "President of thc United States?"  exclaimed Miss Challand, for the  reverential hush of Ruggles's tone as  he mentioned this exalted office impressed her in spite of her bewilderment.  *'2\o���������president of the Walkeasy  Shoe Company of America " said  Rugglcs. "And his sister, Ruth  Downing, is just as fine as Dick. Say,  she's a wonder, Miss Challand. I'll  show you her pictures, ���������some day.  While I was trying on her shoes���������"  "Trying���������ou���������her���������shoes'" gasped  Miss Challand. "Do you try on ���������  shoes?"  "Sun-1"  answered  Rugglcs.  "That's  my job���������"  "And  she  gave   you  her  pictures���������  after you had tried on her shoes?"  "Oli, no. I cut: them out of weekly papers and pinned 'cm up around  iy room. She's a beauty, and just  as nice as she is pretty. While wc  were waiting for her brother she  asked mc if I was satisfied with my  job ami want eel to know why I didn't  .i-h   for  something better���������"  "Then, am f to understand Ihat  your present-������������������rr.---jo.fo, as you call iti  i . w.ii',in;;' on the customer.-* in the  ���������lore ������������������������������������fiiiin..   tliein   with   shoes?"  Th-il's it," answered 1'tiggles stoutly. "I'm it's not go'inf' to be much  i.-jujo-r.  voice was almost shrill.  Rugglcs's   cl  id      his      brows  "Well, why not?'  eyes narrowed '  straightened.  Miss Challand had never seen such  an expression on his face, and it excited her. So the man was an impostor���������a mere clerk in a shoe-shop  who had been masquerading as a  gentleman, and so successfully as to  havc entered into terms of social  equality and even intimacy with Darthea and herself! And now that her  niece had found him out, he seemed  disposed to bc ugly about it, if facial, expression was an indication of  emotions within. Miss Challand's  long neck grew7 rigid and her green  ej-es became thc color of jade. But  she realized that she had only herself  to blame and must thank her own  laxity for this most unpleasant and  humiliating situation. However, thc  first thing was to get rid of Rugglcs  with as little fuss as possible.  "There is no use in trying to argue  the matter," said she. "Our points of  view- iu this respect are so different  that we could never come to any  understanding. No doubt in America  thc lines of social difference are very  loosely drawn, but with us English  it is quite different. Thc idea of my  niece continuing her social relations  with   onc   in   your   position   is   quite  SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON  T -C-C>-:ir4*rp.T   TT^-bIO    0*E"PT*i **"**��������� mp ��������������� ir Tr. Tr* *_>   M  J-r,i.*-5"-*>lJfINS    ir\JtS-   _5X_,_r X EtSli.lOJJj-i.   g  PARABLES   OF  THE  KINGDOM  OF HEAVEN  Market For  orseg  z���������.~.-.^r.:uir.    ajt,  iLii^iyiosiuiy,    x.Li  ���������Q,,rr,-,ir.r  Ruggles leaned slightly forward,  his expression one of mingled perplexity and   resentment.  "What's the matter with my position, Miss Challand?" hc asked. "And  what's the matter with mc? I've always been a hard worker, and I've  always been steady. I've got no bad  habits, and I always try lo be polite  and gentlemanly. There was never  anything tough about me. Say, Miss  Challand,"���������his voice was almost  pleading, ��������� "what's tlie matter with  me, anyhow-? Some way I can't seem  to dope it out. Where's the disgrace  in selling shoes? A fellow has to  work his way up, and I'm doing it as  fast as a man can. The company is  sort of like an army���������you've got to  go up rank by rank.   Why, if I make  New Dominion Minister of Agrie*s"������  ture Outlines Some of  Hie Ideas  Calgary.���������Dr, F. S. Tolmie, new  Dominion minister of agriculture;  Hon. Arthur Meighen, minister *���������**-������  the interior; Hon. J. A. Calder, minister of immigration and colonization, were the chief speakers at a.  noonday luncheon of~ the Calgary  board of trade. Hon. Charles Stewart, premier of Alberta, was present  also.  One" of the chief points pressed by  Dr. Tolmie in his address was that  more attention should bc given to  mixed farming and thc cattle industry. He emphasized the necessity of  paying more attention to the British  market and also that across the  Pacific. lie dwelt at some length on  thc subject of improving breeds of  cattle, and announced that thc federal department of agriculture was  preparing to give prizes for steers at  fat stock shows.  Dr. Tolmie also related how the  market for high-bred dairy cattle,  especially Holsteins from Canada,  was becoming constantly wider  across the line.  The speaker referred to the importance of finding a market for light  horses in Alberta. There was a  market in Poland, where the horses  and. cattle had been stolen by the  Germans, but the instability of the  government there made it impossible  1CP     XL4X7X  v-t-tr\ vv n erf. f  ! n  I  ���������1.   I  A I'l r-r wlr.it Rutli Downing  put in my application for the.  i -.hip   ot   ;i   new      store   we're  \ '\      i , ,.   .1       , I,. ., r.  ���������������      ''Jl'    .1       hi ,    14    1)11,1,      ,t|IM       I     VI-     *!..  cot   the   job.     I'm   expee*ling  ,,  ,'. .      *..    ���������-..   .......    'i ,'.  yooo,  x luigut     j/C general  some  day���������or  even  president  of  the  company"���������Rugglcs gave free rein to  his imagination  for a brief second���������  "and  that's  just* like being  the   general of an army,  except that  there's  a lot more money in it.    The business  is  a big one   and  laid  out on   good,  sound lines.    It ain't as if I was with  some concern that  took thc people's  money without delivering the  goods.  I've noticed that you wear our shoes  yourself.    Well,  you get your   money's  worth.,   don't  you?     If  wc  were  flooding thc market with rotten stock  and trusting to all sorts of advertising tricks to sell it, that'd bc different  But we're  not.       We     sell  the    best  ready-made  shoes  in   the world,   and  wc sell  'cm  for a fair price.     People  have   to   wear   shoes,   just   like   thcy  havc to cat aud  drink, and  it seems  to  mc  that     thc   concern   that   gives  them the best value  for their  money  is doing a lot of good in he world, if  you want to look at it that way.     1  wouldn't    handle   a  poor     article.     I  couldn't sell it.    I've  got my  self-respect, just  like  anybody  else,  and  I  wouldn't lie about my goods, no matter  what  thcy  paid  mc.    If  I've  got  anything   to   bc   ashamed   of,   1   wish  you'd tell me what it is."  (To  Be  Continued.)  Actors'  Strike in  New  York  New York.���������Two more, theatres,  the Casino and Liberty, were forced  to close last night by a walk-out of  stage bands and musicians, in sympathy with the striking Actors'  Equity Association. This brings the  total of New York's playhouses closed by the strike to 23, and leaves  vaudeville, houses almost .supreme ou  Broadway. But three legitimate  houses remain open, and two of these,  an*, mil a(TiliaU:il with the rVwduoiiig  Managers'   Protective  Association.  Mi  I: '  ���������"li.'lhii.il   !.'are-d   at   him  h.d   P.'.'.-!. ���������. stated  tliat   hr  ��������� ! !       .'...'-n.        of    111"    *,-, liite  '."'   !.'.'���������< il   ��������� hoiily  '..   ...   'li   o; ih i ly   r  '���������'������������������������������������        , 1  ���������   ).���������,..,.    , ,.(    I,,.,  e) 11 -  was  lave-  to  foe  j-ivrn  .t.ililisliine-nt,  I   ll  r*  you  find      work  at  Villi'  "Can't  trade?"  "No,   m.-i'ani."  "Why   not?"  "We'll, you !.<<-, just  as  I  hail quali������  ft'-el   a*   a   hand wiilinf   expert,   every-  xa._r fl W.iAi-...mc., f..-:ai.i!n*j_  isWi ���������-������ m  ~mtM0, ,m*  -%,.*<-������.  4.1,  1--.���������"���������,  i..|,  hoi  i i < ��������� r i  ���������,>���������<*.���������*..  y-rnt   t.r    I  I   li.  ���������.���������-.���������1--  lie.  .,'���������'���������    "il  .i.i.i.l- -I.  1.1.',V.  4 ' .I.U    l|  ���������' il.  'I till'  1*  \<  ��������� It     It     W.iMi't  I   tlinni'lit  I  "~ prop." After I'm Mo-/l������������. Moto.lri.. -,r r;<,\.  >'      ��������� -     ��������� . . ,..-,...j. i.. .. ... .  ~r.UVt4i*T   *l'v������   ������<������<i.*<l V  dti., kditi*.*tnvt  '.i'l       .4.1       1,1        illli.       llll,4.  ii.-'  about   the-   city  .Mi   '      ���������  n.iil.i.i-i -.  German Sugar Production  Der i'liii, Germany.��������� The German su  tf.n iiioihn thru for 1919 ..how.'; a dr.  rrra-ir of mnilv .Ml.lO.000 double cent  ne-p*, ar.  ci.mprired  wiih  1918.  m'm*������m~- ��������� ������������������*���������' '������������������'' ��������� -��������� ��������� '���������   ��������� -��������� ������m������' niin-1'��������� ��������� .im n.i imxitmitim.i ���������i ��������� '*vt~-m ���������n���������> 111 ��������� w i��������� ***%������������wjw|  W.      N,      U.      127U  1. The Parable of the Mustard  Seed  (v. 31, 32).  Three things mainly occupy our  attention in this parable:  1. lis unimportant beginning. It  begins as the least of all seeds and  grows to be thc greatest among  herbs. Thc king was of ordinary  parentage and humble circumstances.  Hc selected unlettered fishermen as  his royal advisers. The prophet had  said concerning him that he would  be "despised," "rejected," "forsaken,"  "cut off" and as "having nothing."  2. Its vigorous growth. From these  small beginnings Christ's influence  has gone forth so that there is no  power or influence equal in greatness  to  that of Christendom.  3. Its lodging  capacity.  The  birds which  find lodgment in  the tree do not represent thc children  of men who find safety and salvation  in thc church. Thc birds constitute  no part of the tree, while the believer  becomes a part of the tree, adding to  its strength and fruitfulness. Thc  birds are something foreign to the  tree, and are burdensome and injurious to it. Thci*- come to find shelter and wait to pluck off the tender  buds, or to prey upon thc ripened  fruit. Thc effect of their lodging in  the tree is evil and blighting. In  Christ's interpretation (v. 19) he said to cxiend credit,  that the fowls represent thc wicked l-shipped in some 200,000 head, and  ones. Hc who would make thc lodg-j there was need of another 100,000.  ers here anything else makes Christ's! There also was a need of such horses  interpretation    a farce.      Thc    same   ������n Siberia.  Greek  word  is  used   in  both    cases,       He   extended   his     sympathy     and  and the circumstances arc the same,   promised    all    the    assistance in his  II.   The   Parable   of   the   Leavened  Power to thc farmers in the drouth-  Meal (v. 23).  Three things mainly occupy our attention here: thc meal, thc woman,  and thc leaven.  1. The meal. Meal has a wholesome and nutritious effect. It was  used in onc of the sweet-savor offerings which was typical of Christ  (Lev. 2:1-3 R. V.); it was food for  the priests (Lev. 6:15-17 R. V.); Abraham had Sarah to knead a cake out  of three measures of meal for the  angelic messengers of the Lord (Gen.  18:6); Solomon's royal table was provided with meal (I. Kings 4:2); Elijah was fed upon a cake made of  meal (II. Kings 4:41); Elisha used  meal as an antidote for the poison  of death from thc pot (II. Kings 4:38-  41).  2. Thc woman. In scripture we  find false doctrine being taught by  woman (Rev. 2:20). Dealing with  doctrine is forbidden to women (I.  Tim. 2:12).    In I. Tim. 4:13; II. Tim.  ���������*P._'-7      v n       v t      n. .  .   .    n .1    -, r        ,     ,...  al:s/, xo, xi. rciei jlil-o, we niiu thai  the apostasy will bc brought in  through false teaching within the  ranks of God's people. Thc meaning,  then, of thc parable is that the true  doctrine, thc mean given for the  nourishment of the children of the  kingdom (II*. Peter 2:2, l. Tim. 4:6),  will be officially corrupted by false  doctrine. Woman is a type, of the  church in some, sense. Thc church  is hiding away false doctrine, and its  corrupting effects an* seen on every  hand.  3. Tlie leaven.    Iu scripture  leaven  is invariably a type of evil.     (I)  Al!  through the. Old Testament leaven is  a continual and unvarying    type    of  evil  (Kx. 12:15; Lev. 2:11).    It is inconceivable   that Jesus     should  arbitrarily     change,  without     due  notice  and explanation,    a    word    from    an  evil to a good sense, which the .Spirit  of God had so unchangingly used for  two thousand years     (2)  Jesus  himself     makes     leaven  to  denote     sin  (Matt. 16:6, 12; Mark 8:15). (3) Paul  uses leaven in its usual biblical vsense  (I. Cor. 5:6-8; Gal. 5:8, 9).    Further,  litis  is   llic   only   Jul-.:.'piclt.liuii      thai-  will harmonize with Christ's interpretation of he first two parables. Facts  patent to all prove that the professed  chiiii-h   today   is   fecdinj.   upon      the.  leaven of formalism and legalism instead of the unleavened bread of sincerity  and   truth-   tin:  Word   of   God.  ill.    Jllic      '..IIUDU  Tiea*'inc  (v. A-\).  IV. The  Parable of  the  Merchant  man  Seeking  Pearls   (v. 45,  -16).  V. The   Parable   of   the   D-a,.-  stricken area of the west.  Hon. J. A. Calder recalled that he  had been a resident of Alberta in  IS94, 1895 and 1896, and prophesied  a great future for that section of the  Dominion, in spite of the drouth.  He said the ministers had come out  to personally investigate the alarming reports of thc drouth. He had  been travelling in the Saskatchewan  drouth areas and found the situation  not so bad as reported; nevertheless,  it must be met. Difficulties in the  past had been overcome through the  western spirit. We must endeavor,  he said, to avoid a repetition of the  situation. Hc thought something  could bc done. There were extensive areas in Southern Alberta and  Saskatchewan that -could be irrigated. Wherever that wa^.^tcasible, it  must bc done.  Referring to thc big war debt of  $1,950,000, hc said that governments  had got into the habit of spending  during thc war regardless of cost.  This had got down to the individual  citizen, but if we were to get over  the hill wc must get these extravagant ideas out of our heads. It was  only by work and saving that we  could win out. In his visit west, if  there was one thing that had struck  him, it was ihe extravagant expenditure on every hand in the cities. A  knife must bc put in to the hilt on mil  unnecessary expenditures, by the  government and by individuals.  Thc railway policy of the country  for thc last ten ycars had also loaded  thc country staggeringly. There was  only one way to solve these questions  and that was to bring in as many  people of tlie right class as it was  possible to bring iu.  Investigate Racing Situation  Ottawa.���������The appointment of "Dr.  Rutherford to investigate the racing  situation is favorably regarded by the  racing interests, who look to him for  what thcy regard as a square deal.  Thc commissioner's report will bc  the basis of permanent legislation in  tlie noil .������>cs.-*ie.iii of parliament, and  the enquiry implements a promise  made, by Sir Thc.nafl White last session. It is pri-dictcil that racing will  come back, but with limitation of  tracks anel a divvying up of receipts  with the government.  (For  a   d'.'tr.ule(*t  tu'ly   of   the*  J three parables    uce  the  Revic.v  1     ..*>CPI'     JUI"'      ��������� 4H.,./  GermonH Still in Courland  Stoclchoiin.--Thc German troops in  oi   tne   iiiuu- n [ CourUmu   hlivc   nut   evacuated      Uiai  country,  accordiiq;  to  report';     from  Ilclsingfor,*!.    On the contrary,    they  are preparing an offensive from there  Net   agaliiul the Bolshevik, aud are brlng-  Inrr  consiele-rable  bodic'i  of     Ruoutau  lant   pr'-ionere,   from   Germany   \i\      order  for  that they uh.ill participate in the pro-  (%  A  Ma  .������-������������j-l--wir-''M,.i'l,i������i*fr mti^-mt&mt&imtmir^-wmiiKVHiv-i ttiwrn i  ._ ���������  i  ��������� ���������i i       ii -i itt���������Tr-j-mTi-inirTiTT-ii-iTirnel"ii'ifiii'ni Winij :iiSitSILXishm*!*mwtiuiijM)m>Mr.liiMi,aimtmim.\itm.m.,tit. ��������� ;���������,-������������������-.,,i, A   -, ____,.____., _,__,___.__,.,���������'- ...    ,.,.,_. _,,.,.      ��������� ,  j^MM^Ms~-~msUmmi-mi.<  r������S8tal^^ .*.'"'.'������-���''���'
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Keep the stomach well,
thc liver active, the bowels
regular, and the breath
will uc sweet and healthy.
But let poisons accumulate in the digestive organs,
the system becomes clogged,
gases form in the stomach
and affect the breath.
Genuine Aspirin
Has "Saver Cross'*
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these conditions with
Beecham's Pills* Thej?
promptly regulate the bodily functions and are a quick
remedy for sour stomach and
A    Figure    of    Young    Infantryman
Done in Fine Granite
"Looking out over grain    fields and
meadow  in  one  of   the  best agricultural districts of Huron County, Ontario, is a figure of a young infantryman, done in fine granite. The figure
surmounts a base, also of stone, and
altogether    it    is   *a highly creditable
art work.      Inscribed on the base of
the monument are the names of the
young   farmers   of   the   district,  who
gave   their  lives  in   the   nation's   defense in the great war, and also those
who enlisted,    and those    who    were
wounded.      What    makes the monument   the  more  striking  is  thc  fact
that it    stands in    the   corner   of   a
school  yard.    The  three young1 men
whose lives were sacrificed in the war
were once scholars in the little white
brick  schoolhouse.       They were the
sons of farmers in thc neighborhood.
They played and studied and worked
by turns.    Their  schoolmates,  many
of them, are still there.    The homes
from which they went, and in which
there is a vacant chair, are representative homes.���London Free Press.
Tablets Without "Bayer Cross" Not
Aspirin At AH
Get Genuine "Bayer Tablets of Aspirin   in   a   "Bayer   Package,
Plainly Marked With the
Safety "'Bayer Cross'
Alleged Betrayer \
Of EditfeCavell!_!
  I'&pai&mg-cioesa'icj^
Georges Gaston Quien Will Appear (���the trouble in di~t~ to vreakaes|
Before Sixth Court-Martial {��"-. t**i<*} fatemal OfgiBa.   Lly snecesafeo
o�� Paris 1 ���~OIoe p**v*t**atment "frill be found JaaipftaSi
t,   . r-x j-.    0        _-_ ���      I Scnc no -money but ���writa me lod~f tit.
Paris. ��� Georges    Gaston    Quien,  �� �����_,���, ���-..^{L���>    ���.. ���,__._4������' 4t.
. '_���__��� . ���tl  00*0-0   xxxbxx   xx, ��,��Tip*CS��t       SH.J    ��lCaULSril.  0$
charged with having intercourse with j equally* successful for adults, tr��_,ble_
the  enemy,  and  alleged  betrayer  of I with -urinary difficulties.
&A*rg��-'p SctSe ��T asy Medicioa in (lio WeSfld.
Sold -Bvtsrjrwbcto-  la boscisSS^
Von Beulow On The War
Tells   what rie  jvnows  ado
Started the Trouble
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T>..:..���0.       T>r,,-.xi,^~A      ,.-.���
low, former German chancellor, has
in a rather belated manner entered
the list of those making reservations
concerning the outbreak of war by
writing a letter to  thc  Fremdcnblatt
There is not a penny of German
money invested in "Bayer Tablets of
Aspirin," nor will a German citizen
profit by its sale or ever be allowed
to acquire interest.
The original, world-famous Aspirin,
marked with the "Bayer Cross/* is
now made in Canada and can be had
at your druggist's in handy tin boxes
of 12 tablets and larger '"Bayer" packages.
Genuine Aspirin has been proved
safe by millions for Pain, Headache,
Toothache, Earache, Rheumatism,
Lumbago, Colds, Grippe, Neuritis. m
Aspirin is the trade mark, registered in Canada, of Bayer Manufacture of Monoaceticacidester of Salicy-
licacid.
Edith Cavell, will appear before the
sixth court-martial of Paris. The
prosecution claims that it will prove
that after obtaining funds and help
from the English nurse, Quien went
to Holland and returned.to Brussels
as a German agent and betrayed her
to the Germans.
The defence will ask for an indefinite postponement until such time "as
the kaiser and other parties primarily responsible for the death of Miss
Caveii are brought before an international tribunal."
MRS. li. SUMMERS, Bas 966 Windsor, 8si
tn-Uo*��� will
M-m* Mm  JLmJ%m+*.Jmm, *����      *.--_��
Establish Fair Prices
Minard's
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London.���The Ukrainia authorities
declare that the Ukrainia national
govern ment has taken meas'ares to
prevent all attempts at persecution
of Jews in territory occupied by its
troops, according to advices received
here.
Did your wife vote?"
"Yes."
"Get along all  right?"
"Yes: but it took her a long while
to get her ballot folded like a paper
napkin."���Detroit Free Press.
There is no poisonous ingredient
in Holloway's Corn Cure, and it can
be used without danger of injury.
i..+~.....^.....g-
of Hamburg, regarding the statement
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  XLX.
made    by Dr. Theobald    von
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Beth-
mann-Hollweg, chancellor in 1914,
that thc declaration of war- was inevitable. Prince von Buelow sketched his long years as chancellor, tells
bov/ he was unable to avoid war and
admits that peace was desired by Dr.
Bethmann-Hollweg, who, he says,
however, "lacked political art."
"During the grave weeks before
the war," writes Prince von Buelow,
"serious diplomatic and political mistakes were mad.-, by Germany's political leaders which were unjustly
ascribed to thc people's responsibility."
YES! MAGICALLY!
CORNS LIFT OUT
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Major
St.  Isidore, P.  Q., Aug.  18, 1894.
Minard's Liniment Co., Limited.
Gentlemen, ���- I have frequently
used MINARD'S LINIMENT, and
also prescribe it for my patients, always with the most gratifying results, and I consider it thc best all-
round Liniment extant.
Yours trulv,
DR. JOS.  AUG.  SIROIS.
Belgians Take Malmedy
Paris.���Belgian "authorities have
taken official possession of the district of Malmedy, which was ceded
to Belgium by Germany under article
34 of the peace treaty.
Practical Plan to Defeat Speculating
Exporters in Necessities
London.���The board of trade, in
explaining the profiteering law, indicates that there- will be a central
investigation by a central committee
into the cost and profits of production and distribution of goods, also a
local investigation by a committee
subject to appeal to a tribunal into
complaints of the general public concerning prices charged and profits
made in the railway distribution of
goods. ���
Local authorities have the -option
of establishing a local committee. Ail
committees and tribunals established
under the act will advise not to take
action which will hamper or restrict
legitimate   commercial   enterprise.
You simply say to the drug store
man, "Give me a quarter of an ounce
of freezone." This will cost very little . . ,
but is sufficient to remove every hard land, who     represented the     British
Scott.   Commander  of
R-34. Given Commandership
of O.B.E.
London.���Thc decorations awarded
in connection with the trans-Atlantic
flight of the airship R-34 have been
gazetted. Major G. H. Scott, commander of the dirigible, is given a
commandcrshin in the militarv division of the Order cf the British Empire.    Brigadier-General E. M. Mait-
Minard's
where.
Liniment   for   sale   evcry-
Did you ever notice that the man
who whines and the man who wins
are not the same?
/ 4dT    -) ��    p. . _ SS _}��
^xoia in cue neaa
is an acute attack of Nasal Catarrh. Persons who are subject; to ireirucnt "eoids iu
the head" will find that the use of HALL'S
catarrh medicine -win wad up tho
System, cleanse the Blood and render them
less liable to colds. Repeated attacks of
Acute  Catarrh may  lead to  Chronic Catarrk.
HALL'S CATAFJEtH MEDICINE is taken
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A wife's yearning capacity is usually far ahead of her husband's earning capacity.
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War Ribbon By the Mile
London.���Two hundred and fifty-
miles of British war medal ribbon
are to be issued to the men and women entitled to these decorations
through recent edicts of the King.
Minard's Liniment Cures Burns, Etc.
or soft corn from one's feet
A few drops of this new ether compound applied directly upon a tender,
aching corn should relieve the soreness instantly, and soon the entire
corn, root and all, dries up and can
he lifted out with the fingers.
This new way to rid one's feet of
corns was introduced by a Cincinnati
man, who says that, while freezone is
sticky, it dries in a moment, and simply shrivels up the corn without inflaming or even irritating the surrounding tissue or skin.
Don't let father die of infection or
lockjaw from whittling at his corns,
but clip this out and make him try it.
Bolshevik Troops Murder Persians
London. ��� Details have reached
here of the murder by Bolshevik of
Ibadullabcg, thc Persian consular
agent at Armavir, Armenia, together
with 310 Persian suh j cots, of whom.
270 were Mohammedans and forty
Christians.
When thc volunteer army evacuated Armavir, July 27, according to
the reports, thc Bolshevik called
Ibadullabcg out, shot him down and
mutilated his body with swords and
bayonets. The Bolshevik then herded together all the Persians who had
taken shelter tinder the protection
of the .Persian flag, and shot them
en masse with machine-guns and
burled them, partly in the consular
graveyard and partly iu a common
pit.
Money is called the circulating
medium because it is difficult to circulate without it.
Air Ministry in the flight; -l~.pt, fA.
H. Cook, the navigating officer;
Lieut. Guy Harris, the meteorologist;
and Lieut. John D. Shotter,* engineer
officer of the R-34, are awarded the
Air Force Cross, and six sergeants
who were aboard the airship are
given Air Force medals.
COMPLAINTS
KILL LITTLE ONES
Worms, by the irritation that thcy
cause in the stomach and intestines,
deprive infants of the nourishment
that thcy should derive from food,
and mal-nutrition is the result. Miller's "Worm Powders destroy worms
and correct the morbid conditions in
tlie stomach and bowels that are favorable to worms, so that the full
nuU'imcut of the child is assured and
development in every way encouraged.
Canadian Wounded Station Closed
Portland, Maine.���Thc transportation of wounded Canadian soldiers
from Liverpool through this port to
thc various military districts in Canada has been completed, according to
an announcement by Major Howard
Jeffs, the medical officer in charge o:
tlie Canadian hospital clearing depot.
Major Jeffs said the transport
Escquibo had been removed from
the hospital service and that the
Araguaya would  make  onc     trip   to
Halifax with 200 wounded men.
At the first sign of illness during
the hot weather, give the little ones
Baby's Own Tablets or in a few
hours he may be beyond aid. These
Tablets will prevent summer complaints if given occasionally to the
well child, and will "promptly relieve
these troubles if they come on suddenly. Baby's Own Tablets should
always be kept in every home where
there are young children. There is
no other medicine as good and the
mother has the guarantee of a government analyst that thcy are absolutely safe. The Tablets arc sold by
medicine dealers or by mail^at 25
cent*? a box from The Dr. Williams
Medicine  Co.,  Brockville,  Ont.
The Bowels Must Act Healthily.���
T.P4 jxiost *��ilm***iits the first care of **h*i**
medical man is to see that the bowels are open and fully performing
their functions. Parmeiee's Vegetable Pills are so compounded that
certain ingredients in them act on
the bowels solely, and they are the
very best medicine available to produce healthy action of the bowels.
Indeed, there is nc other specific so
serviceable in keeping the digestive
organs in healthful action.
Smugglers Arrived in Switzerland
Berlin.���A news agency report suggests that the authorities have been
utterly victimized in connection with
the reported attempt to smuggle
20,000,000 marks across the German-
Swiss frontier. The news agency
asserts that both  the smugglers and
Telephone Construction in  Sask,
School   and  telephone   construction!
in  Saskatchewan  continue at a * rapid!with  the  booty
pace,   according   to   the      announced'
I the detectives who followed them  in
I airnlancs have' arrived in  Switzerland
Everything he wants will come to
the man who waits until he doesn't
want  anything.
Provinces Get Share
Tough  Luck
We   can't  pay  you
VERY SIMPLE CUBE
FOR BAD COLDS
the   $25
order until you are
CU-rip-
on    this    money
identified.
Man: That's te.>n.','h! There's only
onc m.'in in town who can identify
rue and I owe him S20.
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Money Voted for Highway Construe
tion to  Be Divided
Ottawa.���A conference on the
question of highway development
was opened here in the office of J.
A. Campbell, head of thc highways
branch of the department of railways.
Tliu problem under discussion relator, lo the spending <*>f tlio .ItfOOOO,-
000 voted for highway construction
by the Dominion parliament last session. Under the provisions of the
legislation adopted $80,000 is to be
paid to each of thc provinces in *i
lump sum. anel the subsequent as-
������i'':nu-fp will hi* e*��n lhe- basis of population.
Representatives oi provincial highways elopartnicnts present at thc
.*Aiif.-T��-*iu*f. 'nrlnde'd A. Me-Gillivrny,
of Maniteiba; Mr,
Ontario Highway Department, and
Mr.   ("'arprntrr,   of   tlir   Snskatrhe'wan
Let your cold gain headway and
you can't keep it from running into
Catarrh.
Catarrh never stays in the same
place���it travels down into the lungs,
then it's too late!
Drive colds and catarrh right cut
of your system while you have the
chance.
Easily   done  by  inhaling   C:itarrhr��-
! zone, which    instantly    reaches    the
true source of the trouble, gets right
where the living germs of catarrh arc
| working.
i
Catarrhozone
A  Convenient Inhaler Trnjitnmnt is
the Proper Remedy to Curo
authorizations by  the local    govern-1
ment board.   During the week ending
July 26, the board issued permits for
telephone      construction,      including
new companies and extension  to  existing lines,  to  the  amount of $357,-
165.    This  includes 27 new  companies.    Bonds are  also being sold    for
eight  new companies  to  the  amount
of $92,550.    During  the  same  period
llic  board     authorized   the  issue     of
school debentures  for seven  districts
to  the amount of $39,300.
Do not auffei
another day vrttb
Itching, Blood-
trie, or frotrudp
lag Piles. No
surgical operation require**..
Dr. ChM&'t Ointmont vtill rollovo you at one*
and aa certainly cuts jou. GOc. a oox: all
dealers, or Edin.inson, Bates &* Co., "Limited.
Toronto. Sample box free it you inonUon thli
paper e&m -cuclotio ~~. eta nip tu pay po*ili*4*e.
MONEY ORDERS
Semi   a   Tiomtnion   Express   Money
They   are   payable   everywhere;.
Order.
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\"e\\<*.hl: Did you run short of
Hour, Helen. Thc pie crust eloi-sn't
half  rover  the  pie.
Mr:,. Kcwcdd: I know, dear; your
mother toll. m��" that you like vour
pie very short.���--...ouisvi'le "L'our'i.-r-
Ti.u: aal.
Hawking and spiUiu.. cea-ic. because tlie discharge is cured. __ The
nostrils are cleared, headache is relieved, breath i** purified. Every trace
of <*:i'arrli, broni'hi.tl and throat
McLean,   of   thel we-akness  ir.  permanently  cured.
Shun medicine** that eontain harmful drugs-use- a safe remedy that, is
ini'sp-.iibe'.el   by   doe-tor"-,   that   i*i    use el
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'hi-.U'*.anel." ( atarrho/onr lias cured.
I'or winter ill:' there':* notliinj; half
so  good.
Two month--.' treatment, large size,
price $1, and gi-.ar.uite.eel. Small .ilze,
.���"Or, \r\-A .i/c 25c, at dealers everywhere.
Asquith to Seek Election
London.���Herbert II. Asquith, former Prime Minister, is reported to be
making      arrangements      to   re-enter
active politics.
The Edinburgh Evening News dee-la ros that Mr. Asriuith probably
will take the earliest opportunity to
seek candidature for the TTr.use of
Commons.
Trades Unionists Lock Out Strikers
London.���Six    thousand employees
Ol l,U-U|��l,��ULH    V. tip.* *l**��->t-k ^.7~.^mx~.ms.m. 0.-
North England have struck for a ���.���*.-
he-1-.-ir v/'-'^lr Tine^ "in ine-r^apee* in wr.^.-,
The directors of the societies, who
thciusclvea are mostly trade**, unionist!*, retaliated h-' ordering a lockout
hf   ihr-   ."".OOflO . njdov<"eei   br-'i'ipirif
August 27.
L'
ADIES WANTED TO DO
plain light sewing at home,
whole or spare time; good pay;
work sent any distance; charge prepaid. Send stamp for particulars.
NATIONAL MANUFACTURING
COMPANY, Montreal.
rpn5��lr*"ct  CrsHtWs  Wests.   r��Ctir>Af-I#lt7.
A -aft, reliable rtoulatisir/
medicine. Bold in three de>-
creea of utrrneih���"No. 1, 311
No. 3. *3: No. 8. *W per bo*.
Hold by all dru-jKieet". or een*
i>r<-paid  on   receipt  of   price.
���*reo     pmmphlet.       Address I
TH�� COOK MEDICINE COj
TOUONTO. ONT. (Ftrattl! WUeJur.)
W.      N.      U.
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treatiui. <>u the- east Ru**.���*!an front
have plann-vl tr. make a stand on the
Inhlm river, which crosses the tnuis-
Sihe-rian railroad about 175 miles
west of Omsk. Reports hit-Ji'.rto
havc -;tated that ��>������* S'hrr*.
would stop on
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sMmttm-wmr.ii^.ntKmm'vtx mt.im.-i��Mt^tLtm"mJir��1,4fAV4!ttv THE  CBES5.0H BStSE-^  ..~\~  i -Sim si���������_.*-���������  SB  Tssned every Friday at Creston. B.C-  Subscription :   S2 a year in advance;  ups������ Efp *������������������ T **���������    ������������������ ���������I-Sia- ���������  P[P-J.OV   lr*_     _r.p_7.    )iUlin4D.  C. F. Hayes, Editor and Owner*  ORESTON. B.C., FRIDAY, SEPT. 12  Q^ss^iitrBS Qiiy  Rev. G.H Hamilton, the new Methodist pastor, will  make   his   first   ap-  plenty of water for domestic and ir-  rigation purposes. A report as to the  cost will be submitted before the end  of the   year.  Guy Browell. who is just recently  back from Alberta, is busy at the haymaking and is using the Staples Ford-  son tractor for hauling the feed home.  Owing to the excessive grades the load  hauled seems little larger than a  good team would   handle.  pcSn'tiiiCc Sri. ���������c'-piruyGij flli uuSiuiiy,  Trail G.W.V.A.  of almost 1 0.  has  a   membership  14th, he and Mrs. Hamilton   arriving  at Creston early in the   week.  Mrs. Crosswell of Winnipeg, Man.,  is here at present on a visit to her  brother, Mr. John Wood.  School inspector Calvert was here  -igain on an official visit the fore part  of the week, and after giving the matter of increased school accommodation  his set-ions consideration since a previous visit he has decided that another teacher will have to be employed,  and it is expected the cKiu-ch will be  utilized for the extra room when the  new teacher is secured.  . Road boss T. Harris has a couple of  camps pitched at, the site of the new**  high level bridge, and has a, crew of  men busy cutting out the right of w.-iy  eif the approach to the bridge, working on the  Erickson   side.  Miss Annie Samuelson arrived home  last week from the hospital at Cranbrook, where she had undergone an  operation for appendicitus. She has  been -rather unfortunate in this respect as her recent hospital experience  followed close upon her recovery from  ar; operation -she underwent at the  same hospital last May.  Mi-s. Moaquit and son of Fernie nre  spending a few days with Canyon City  friends, and are guests of Mr. and Mrs  Con.   Hall.  Building operations here include a  commodious new packing shed which  Matt, Clayton is erecting on the D.  Rodgers ranch at present.  The landscape to the south is well  hidden by snloke due to the- first, of  the burning operations at the soldier  settlement. Tbey-ftave the fire going  on a few hundred acres almost opposite the C O. Rodgers farm.  Mr. Hodsdon, the assistant water  Tights engineer of Nelson, was here at.  tbe end of the week, and with the assistance of Mr. "VanAckeran they made  the survey of the streams that will tie  utilized by the Water Users Association. By putting in a reservoir and at  times utilizing a stream in the same  neighborhood it seems   there   will   be  Complete assortment  of beautiful Ladies'  Silk Blouses, in all  the different shades  and sizes. Prices  $4.50 to $7.50.  I HEREBY GIVE NOTICE that on October 9th, 1919, at the hour of 10 a.ra.. at the Court House.  Nelson. I will sell at public auction the lands on the Hat hereinafter set out, of the personh in said list hereinafter set out, for delinquent taxes unpaid by said persons on the 31st day of December, 1918, and for  interest, costs and expenses, including the costs for advertising said sale if the total amount due for period  ending December 31st, 1917, is not sooner paid.  The Collector will be pleased to receive any information respectir g the following list where the owner  is a member of the Allied Forces and entitled to the benefits of Section 29 of the '"Taxation Act Amendment  Act, 1918."  LIST"OF PROPERTIES  House of Hobberlin Clothes  ���������made to measure.  New samples for fall  have arrived and we  guarantee your fit.  Gall arid see latest  range of cloths.  "ITT���������  vv e  i��������� ���������  JlttVC  LUIO  .11 ������-lw  colors, in the 45-inch width���������  a new line just opened which  should have vour immediate  inspection.  your  >:~f:  If you are needing  m~*%.-W XT  ������__*-_*"��������� x*v?  ���������gee     f-l-T__A    f-l������-tr������_C-     mTm  w  ������L*J>  *-.__.*_-*������-*_������  illV  ������������������-Jf  w>  have  of  t.  just  iese  unloaded a  at Creston  car  ������������ami������'.a������  a.r.ftn.>iniint4-4iiii  f.lm.4  m   H ��������� "WI w. f% W*  Li~mm~  LIMITED  (ft ft mn a mi  UUflflB||QDBy        j  ������������������������������������-������������������nm���������ir J" nm 11 i_nr i imuti n "  H (-"������       ������0  l~ m.  SP*ftB  II I Oil P8660 3 flcHlU  <JKT TIIK  P.lvST  K **���������<"��������� lu-i vi ���������  ���������ind (  for-  \;.  milri-.  !*������  vv .Sonic Willi**m  (i riifVinolas.  'IJ'IIOS  ~-~*a\ ��������� ,,1*4,   ,���������_._ i^J _  _ _   i__y__t _y x_J iff j^u     js������J    zj --i-i-f ������������xj ������/1*--*'t\_jj#  _j__J**__3 ^^L^W ^^ ^^^^Sf       BS^gi Bf ^^y  ^^^������& Bg ^^y  IIi-tii.-  *Mu*"-*  SHJtt/mi  sWmm  -ij>0mW  ffl'".  ^mX*.     rrW    mmf tWvWtM*^*' MmW       S~4WW*-mW~\-f    tjWM-Wl     P-^HWf  -.      Ht-Vml U~~mmm.Wl-i~W~~iUym.  Name of Person Assessed  Short Description of  Property  5SA  Arrears of  AS! Taxes  Costs &  Expenses  rot.  SUBDIV. LOT  Map 266  Be LaMare, P. M.    lot 22, 23, 24, blk. 16     $80.00  Groves, J. E  lots 3, 4, blk 21 .....  Shultz, S. D.  lots 18, 19, blk. 32  Pfieffer, A  lots 23, 24, blk. 33  Jones, J. T  lots 3 to6, blk. SS  Del-lose.   J  lot 18, blk.  37     Jones, T. J  lot 1, 2, blk. 45    Shultz, S. D  lot 24, blk.  46    Lambert, R ,.  lots 7,  8, blk; 47  ..  Smith, Mrs. H  lota 11, 12, Mk. 51  10.00  16.50  16.00  17.50  ~8.25  11.50  8.25  77.00  24.00  6.14  .75  1.67  1.25  1.50  .70  1.00  .85  7.70  .40  2.75  2.75  2.75  2.75  2.75  2.75  2.75  2.75  2.75  2.75  $88.89  13.50  20.92  20.00  21.75  11.70  15.25  11.85  87.45  27.15  -*"���������**  SUBD.V,  LOT  Map 284B  Being the Hume Addition to the City of Nelson  Brown. Mrs. R. R    lots 31, 32, blk. 2    Busk,   C.  W.   ..l. .    lots 31, 32, blk. 7    Larrabee, Mrs. I.  Cassidy, J. H   Ransome, Isabella ....  Kingrose, Jos, Estate  Carlson,   Oie   Lun,  Sam     Bremner, D. Estate of  oi  lot  33,   blk.   7  lot 17. blk. 9     lot 18, blk. 9 ...........   lot ISA (except 2*>2 ft.)  lot 1, blk. 10    lot 4, blk. 37    lots 4 to 6, blk.  38  110.00  11  19.  2 ****  mm* ��������� *S~*  ���������. oo on  J-lmA-rxO   .  11.00  1.12  2.75  14.87  5.50  .47  2.75  8.72  28.00  2.28  2.75  33.03  66.00  6.68  2.75  75.43  r4.fi  flit  3 RR  2.75  m~   -      M #>  55.66  5.58  2.75  63.33  8.00  .70  2.75  11.45  12.50  .73  2.75  15:98  Miller,  Miller,  Rae,  Rae.  LOT 97  Addition to City of Nelson  Map 727  Estate of    EH of lot 2, blk 15   Estate of     lot  1,  blk.  22   9.50  22.15  1.10  2.60  2.75  2.J75  13.35  27.50  LOT 182  Davies Addition to City  Map 486   _   lotB 4 to 6> bite; 4 ................  Tuzo,  John' A    lots 9 and 10, blk. 4    Houston, A. L    lota 4, 5, 6, blk. 6    Long, Anthony   lot 12, blk. 8    Dancv. James  :   lot 3, blk. 22    jf Nelson  .       A vv vt _._Tir  '������ 0.0.007^-.   X.   .,  John  A.  .  12.00  .92  2.75  15.67  6.25  .60  2.75  9.60  32.00  2.45  2.75  37.20  5.00  .50  2.75  8.25  32.00  2.45  2.75  37.20  SUB. PART LOT 304  Rosemont Addition to City of Neison  Map 1136  Hardy, Violet A    lots 6 and 7, blk. 13   26.25  .95  11 .  11 .  11  . 11  11 .  Houlahan, Mary A  lot  Washburn,  Albert   ~ lot  Robinson, John R - lot  Clark, W. S  lot 2, blk.  Hargin, W.  N  lot 4, bik.  Hargin, W.  N  lot 6. blk.  Seggie, C. Y  lot 7. blk  Downey, M  lot 9. blk.  McDougall,   C.   H  lot 4. blk.  12  ..  Woodward,   Agnes     lot 6. blk. 12 ....  Scott,  Jas.  P  lots 15, 16, blk.  Head, K. T :  lot 17, blk.  12  Patmore, E. H  lot 18. blk. 12 ..  Ewings,   G.   T  lot   3.   blk.   14  Swings, A. E  lot  Hi.., "Robt. ������������������- lot  Hill,   Robt  lot  Picariello, Emiio  lot  Allen, Robt. V.   Sibley,  Albert,  B.   M ,.  Nelson,   Andrew   D   Smith, Beatrice M   Rosehill,   A.-      SUBDIV. OP TRAIL  EAST  ���������    Subdiv. of Lot 2918  Map   12t>2  4 and 5, blk. 1    11, blk.   1     5, blk. 3    12  9.00  .60  2.75  1.88  .12  2.75  8.07  .54  2.75  4.00  .30  2.75  8.00  .62  2.75  14.00  1.06  2.75  13.00  1.03  2.75  7.90  .54  2.75  6.00  AC  ���������> TK  .IU  -r. ��������� ur  6.00  .46  2.75  9.00  .65  2.75  12.00  .8?.  Ut t XJ  2. blk.  14    5,  blk.  14  ...  10. blk.  1*1 ..  13, blk. 14-...  lot 16, blk. 14 ..  lot 2, blk. 15 ....  lots 4 and 5, blk,  lot 8, blk. 15    lot  13, blk. 24  ..  15  6.00  9.30  2.60  4.80  10.00  8.71  2.63  9.00  11.50  7.59  24.31  .46  .70  .20  .35  .75  .65  .15  .65  .75  .56  1.81  2.75      29.95  12.35  4.75  11.36  7.05  11.37  17.81  16.78  11.19  9.21  9.21  12.40  15.67  V.21  12.75  5.55  7.90  13.50  12.11  5.53  12.40  15.00  10.90  28.87  2.75  2.75  2.75  2.75  2.75  2.75  2.75  2.75  2.75  2.75  2.75  Schmidt, Mrs. J.  "ERIE TOWNSITE"  Being a Subdiv. of Paris of Socs.  TD...14,  Block 8,  Lot   1237  Map 641  lots 7 and 8, blk. 6 ..;   5, 7,  6.00  .45  2.75  9.20  "GREEN CITY TOWNSITE"  In Sees. 2 and 3, Ti). 37, Lot 1238.  Map 739  Talman,  McVeigh   -.    lot 4, blk. 1    Castle, Mrs. E. M    lot  7,  blk.   1      Clark, Thos. G    lot 8, blk. 1    Johnson, Mrs. M. E    lot 10, blk. 1    Alexander, David    lots 11 and 12, blk. 2    Anderson, R    lot   6,  blk.   5   Hamilton, Mrs. P. L    lot 7, blk. 5    Jonkins, Mrs. K.  L    lot 9 and 10, blk. 5    Koaton. .Tas    lot fi, blk. 6    Fletcher, C. P    hna * ������������"1 "-". "���������>���������"��������� "    1.00  .10  2.75  3.85  .75  .07  2.75  3.57  1.00  .10  2.75  3.85  1.00  .10  2.75  3.85  1.15  .10  2.75  4.00  1.00  .10  2.75  3.85  1.00  .10  2.75  3.85  1.15  .10  2.75  4.00  1.00  .10  2.75  3.85  1.15  .10  2.75  4.On  "SALMO  TOWN8ITE"  Lots 20G and 206A  Map Q22A  blk. ���������'  Hull,   Edwin   B  lot 22,  SallHbury,  W.  R  lots 9 to 12, blk. 5        53.60  T-imhv.  Mrii.  J ���������  lots 9 and 10, blk. 12  Williard,  Vorna     u>������  i������. ������''c. iv    Jones, Mrs. SiiHanim   lots 1 and 2, blk.  Jnc.kRon,  Arthur W.  I T    . T ���������*, V - Y1  .)lilli-e(Mit,y|        VV.       X*.   Mn.it.land, R G   Itinncii,   Glti      28  lot 11, blk. n  In.n 10 .'THI  11. .-.Mr. O.  lot 10, blk.  C     lot   18, blk. D    2.:ti  .22  2.75  5.28  53.60  4.15  2.75  00.50  46.00  4.60  2.75  53.35  i-lLl'l  1.4-m  "5. (���������*-������  Ji'.t.in  3.35  .25  2.75  6.35  2.88  .25  2.75  5.88  36.85  2.80  2.75  ���������12.40  1.76  .10  ������������  rti:  ���������-St til  ..VI  3.35  .10  2.75  6.20  Min������'v.  '''inlay,  J.  !���������*.  R  lot  lot  "KITCHENER   TOWNSITE"  Lot 26*16  fviiip pjiiU  9, blk. 8    15. blk. 22    .75  .00  .05  .08  2.75  2.75  3.55  3.8:'  Kinliiy,  Jan.  "YMIH   TOWNSITE'  CjULtUIV.    x-i.Lr.     I,      .  -.'.      II.    y-yr  Mnp 040  lot 2, blk. 8    Me-llieidlnt    (Mniie-h        _������>t  Mel.iiful,  Mm.  Finiay   MiinliT.eein,   .1.   VV   Ymir   Min-'--!'   Unlem    Klie-p-ely.     Itetht   ttalie-r.   Mini,   .-TittiM-ii.      11111- i-r.   Minn   I'Yitne-lt.  lot  W.  R  U'p.   t  lo;.,  lotn  18, blk. 10  5, blk. 12 ..  9 & W.  9 and R  V~  \~  10, bile.  19  10, blk. 19 ���������  ,       (-Jilt.       *->*!>           1  to  20, bile  1 to 20, blk.  36  D.20  .85  2.75  12.{U)  2.30  .20  2.75  5.25  4.04  .50  2.75  7.29  9.20  .85'  2.75  12.K0  34.50  3.40  2.75  40.155  ('.HO  .5H  2.75  10.05  4.1 K  .25  2.75  7.IK  :'.HC  .17  2.75  li.VH  \p.   IIII I III. J. IP   llll  4-    i  o M  ^  (Hjw*|(-i.iil������wn .mtmn m������m\mH0*tmm*,mm������-m������*i.mtmf-* -*m 4inum mm* tufrtmmiti^m-i'*f������iW4m.p^ V\ ^r;-,7.'_;-'- ;���������������������������������-;t  THE" CBESVOH  BEVIEW  .0.  -1. A. Hunt ivas at Cranbrook a  couple of days last week looking for a  few men to work on his road building  contiaefcat the Crossing. The job is  supposed to be finished   this month.  F. Beianger of Creston and Mr.  Mangan of Fei-nie -were here the latter  part of the week looking overso.*������ie  cedar lots and also trying their Suck at  the flsh'-no*.  Miss Alice Lythgoe, who has heen in  charge of the postoffice the past three,  months, has returned to her home at  Yahk, and is succeeded by  man from   Moyie.  a young  Joe Langlois, who has been taking  treatment at Cranbrook hospital, returned home on Saturday,  accompan  ied by his wife, who had been a visitor  in that city.  xx-. .51  -~r*!_-l������  _-.IU   TO IXIXX  Nelson Assessment District���������Continued from Page 4  an(nuiHiig& Repairing  J. A. P. CROMPTON  Quaiified Piano Tuner  Eight years experience. Highest references. Single tuning. $4. Two  tunings a year, $7.  I k-Z  DIVERSION AND USE.  Take notice that the Canyon Water  Users Association, whose address is  Erickson, B.C., will apply for a license  to take and use 2.5 O.F.S. of water out  of Association Creek, which Hows  westerly and drains into Goat River  on Lot 274. The water will be diyert-  ed i_.-o.E_ the Htremm at a point about, a  quarter mile due east fii-ui S.*S. corner  S.Q. 142. Blk. 812, and will be used for  irrigation and domestic purpose upon  the" land described as Blk. 812 (northerly portion)���������see plam-xThis notice  was posted on the ground on the 8th  day of August, 1918. A copy of this  notice and an application pursuant  thereto and to the Water Act. 1914,  will be filed in the office of the Water  Recorder at Nelson. Objection to the  . application may be filed with the said  Water Recorder or with thc Comptroller of Water Rights, Parliament  Buildings, Victoria, o.C, within fifty  days after the first appearance of this  notice in a local newspaper.  For the Association:  JOHN_WO0D(Pres.) Applicant-  A. l>. JrHJUJHlN (Secy,), Agent.  The date of the first publication of  this notice is August 15. 1919!  School re-opened on ihe  Miss Hutledge of Nelson in charge, and  an attendance of pupils siightiy iarget  than, last  term.  Mrs. Mawson and Mrs. Mc Williams  of Creston were here a few davs last  week guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. Cameron.  The mill of the Cranbrook Saab &  Door Co. was shut down a few days  last week due to a shortage of help.  Manager McKowan made a trip to  Cranbrook in search of reinforcements  Mrs. Fulmer of Creston is a visitor  here this week. Mr. Fulmer being in  charge of the blacksmith shop at the  Sash & D*oor Co. mill. Mrs. McGoneg-  al got'back on Wednesday last after a  few days visit at Creston.  A Kens stable foreman for Geo.  Hunt, is at the Reclamation Farm  with a haymaking outfit, putting up  the winter's supply of feed. They intend bailing it and shipping it in by  train.  Mr. Shortt, the Saskatchewan farmer who has secured the crop of hay on  the Paulson meadow, moved his family and outfit in this week, and is now  busy at cutting operations. We heat-  he will bring in about 125 head of  cattle to range and stack feed this  winter.  a*.  Mr. and Mrs. Vaehon of Canyon  City have just arriyed to take charge  of the Paulson boarding house, Mr.  and Mrs. Persian having moved to  Cranbrook to go into business. There  is a new mulligan mixer at the Sash  ������~ Door Co. *"--..**_������ in Mr.Cjrouehy. who  has recently arrived from   Cranbrook.  Increased and increasing business  at Hotel Kitchener has necessitated  Billy Johnson throwing up his job as  section foreman to devote ail his time  to running the hotel and poolroom.  The new foreman in his place is B.  Brickson.  Waldo won the  Wf\������  fv  A/OT/U^  $1400  bail game at  h-fpsit.ini-*   Wv-  cliffe? to   2.  Tlav.  ���������  --*  4  DIVERSIUN AND OSE  Take notice that K. W. Smith (Free  Miners Certificate Nej- 146*53C), whose  addiess is Porthiil, Idaho, will apply  for a license to take and use 15 second,  cubic feet of water out of Priest River  which flows in a southerly direction  and drains into Munk Creek abont 11  miles south. The water will be diverted  from the stream at a point about 40  yards from" the Government ^trail  crossing, alid next to tbe Hue of timber iimit No. 8443 on the west, and  will be used for mining power purpose?  on the Government land Messribed as  Crown land between t-mber limit No.  eyofl nnr\ uAArl  This  notice    was    posted on  the  ground on the 1st day of August. 1911),  and a copy of this notice and   an application pursuant  thereto and to the  Water Act,   1D14, will be   filed in the  office of the   Water  Recorder at Nelson, B.C.  Objections to the   application may be filled .with  the Water Recorder or tbe Comptroller  of Water  Rights, Parliament Buildings. Victoria, B.C., within thirty days after appearance of this notice in a local newspaper. The date of the first publication  of this notice is August 15th, 1010.  K. W. SMITH. Applicant.  REGISTERED  JERSEY BULL  FOR SERVICE  We  are distributors for the  St. Quen's Count Cicero 7105  W. V. JAOKSON,   CRESTON  mm  Shook Absorlier  Put   on   for $25 and  guaranteed   to   satisfy  and not to break���������or  money refunded.  If you want a car to work  for you, buy a Ford.  If you want to work to keep  up a car, buy something  else.  Creston Auto & Supply  R.S.Bav-n    COt'PAKY      H_n.gcr  r  ii  ll  FARMING  ���������The."Farmer, cmite as much as the Merchant and Manufacturer, should conduct his  affairs in a business-like maimer if he is to  succeed and prosper.  Farmers .should avail themselves of the aid  of this Bank in transacting their business.  Do not hesitate to discuss your problems  p...tip     pp.'       "*',"*       "'*    ** " " *"--" ***    47 C   r.~777-t7^rv4-1vl\4:irr  Willi     U*Jr.        ~.UXI      \i.~-0.     Up-^-U.v,.     .....      .   ^    .._    .  consideration.  THE CANADIAN BANK  ~p .    -  -.    an.  ������- ��������� p .     ,_,    -__e  i-U.Ori  u>coCriH4������w������ vi  Name of person Assessed  Property  "FRUITVALE TOWNSITE"  Subdiv. of Lots 37 and 210, in To.  Lot 1236  Map 785C  Aldersmith,   R.   A    lot 8, blk. A  _..   Wallace, C. A    lot 1. bile B    &pf><5__������r*s of  All Taxes  Int.  Costs &  Expenses  Tot.  11A and 12A  Beemer,  .Larson,  I ~ ^      ���������47  JOHn   ti     iot ib,  Albert     lot 4, blk.  C  3.30  7.85  Wallace, C.  Wallace, C.  "FALLS CITY TOWNSITE"  Add't'oR A, Kectensy District  Map 1029  A    lots 4 andf 35, blk. L    A    lots 10 and 11, blk. N   "CRESTON T0WN8ITE" Lot 525  Map 693  Griffin & Mallandaine     lot 9. blk. 49A    Myers, J. E    lot 4, blk. E.........   Creston Mercantile Co. Ltd    All blks. J  Map 890  & K.   "StieKEf VEY & RANDALL EAST TRAIL"  A Subdivision of Part of Sublet 2  Lot 4598  Larson, A.    lot 7, blk. 6   Skinner,  Elizabeth   lot" 8, blk. 6    Nelson, Maude  _    lot 7, blk. 10 ....-,  Robertson, John     ioi 8, bik. 10    Rozander,  Grover   lots 9 and 10, blk. 10   McLaughlin.   Thos.    lots 15 and 16, blk. 10  -   Thompson, John    lot 17, blk. 10    Rcssander, Henry    lot 20, blk. 10    Gross, Mrs.  Lois    lot 26, blk. 10    Newton. A.  H.    lot 3, blk. 11    I  KJV   ^OlViiVll.lilW^.  F  Ml.  M  I  k*i  %.  'rest-on Branch, C G. Bennett, Manage?  "FRUITVALE   SUBDIVISION"  In Townshio 11A and 12A, Lot 1236  Map. 897  Presbyterian  Church  TS    ***"������  __?,     4VS-2*.  3.95  Map 785B  Cooper, J. W  block  Wolford,  John     block  Vickery,  Chas  block  Ashton,. Chas .- block  Brewster, J. I  block  Faiion,  Wm.   K  block  Larson,  Albert   .-  block  Cowlin, H. A  block,  Cnwl.TV   TT    A blocl**  V-P_T ������*/_,���������.&���������,       XX.      ATX.       ............................................ xr���������x4���������~  Henderson, Mrs. Lizzie   block  Skinner,  W.  13  block  (70 r-m.-xmrnmrn ��������� mm mmmwmm0���������immm0 9rmm0.��������� mmm0~0 0mm^mmm0m~mm mmm.mm ������!���������*.������.������������������ ���������*,  JL^O m-~mm0~0m~���������������m*X0m..mm mm.mmmmm-mxm000000 .m.m0~0T..mm mmmm.mm.mmmrmm 1  144     172 ~   JL J et_** mmm^mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm0mm^mmmmmmmmmmmmm0mmmmmmmmm0mm00000m0mmm  ���������4 e*n,  J..O*" ���������~0mm4.wmmmrnmmmmmmmm0T.mmm*T.m.mm^~x00^0.mXT.xe v* rTmmm. xm.m 000mm m  m4m*mtv m���������^mmmm0m0mmmmmm0m0V0m0mmmmmm*000m*mm0mmmm09mmmmmmm9mm000000000m.0m                             X~* ��������� %# V  289    ���������       27.50  __"V V -..���������_,_.������_,_..���������%_>->.������*.-.���������,-._.���������.-���������������������������������.������������������-������������������*-.���������������-������������������������������������������������������������������������ ��������������������������������������������������������������� ������-..���������������������������������                   9~t*m.mm0-mf  MvX (������������������������������������������������������.���������.���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������^���������.���������.���������������������������.���������������������������."'������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������*t<*'.**"|l'**                mwAm ~ V  2A n ,                        Of   *7ft  0O m00.m0m01mm.mm~mm0mi.0mmmmmmmm0mm-.mm .���������������*���������-��������� o������----���������-������-������������_������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������-������                       ������������������*������������������*/  14.00  CP.*9   ��������� fi  a 1 .is-J  15.40  23.60  10.25  9.00  "COLUMBiA  Subdivision  Lots 205, 205A, 205B  Dunton, K. W.  blocks 8 and 8A  101.44  Grontage Bros  block 10A &  48.35  Doughty, John M  block 11A   If.  26.60  Krieger, Mrs. Grace   blocks 13, 13A and 13B   103.74  "CENTRAL PARK"  Map 850  Bowhey, Raney & Hall  - lot 10  Dawson, Thos. P  lot 26  Hebdirch,  W.  and  Bailey,  A.  G  lot 49  -it-..-,    aii...--    xxr    it 1r������t F.1  VCVJLX     -AJl&P^Aa,        TV.      0.M..      .................................... XLiii VS-  Jones,  Alfred     lot 60  5.00  6.00  7.25  6.20  3.30  "WYNNDEL FRUIT LANDS"  a Subdiv. of Sub Lots 6. 43. 44. 45  Rfl-   map  Johnson, John    block 9 - -���������-       25.40  "KASLO S. SLOCAN  RLY. GRANT LANDS'  Lot 812.  G.I.   K.  D.  ' Map 730A   .:    W% block 2  -       70.80  Z...Z. - -    S% block 23 -      60-wO  Myers, J.  Kemp, W.  E.  H.  10.38  21.50  26.35  "RODGERS SUBDIVISION OF LOT 812"  Map 730C  Lee, Rev. R. W    block 76  -      76.70  Renker,   Chas.      block  162    .-   "LOT 891"   G. I. K. D.  Map 698  Quaite, Thos   block 7    Cartwright, W. E    block 11 ���������   Mellor, W. M. P. Estate of    part ot block 26   "LOT 892" G. I. K. D.  map 65SA  Alice Broughton Mining Co. Ltd.     part ot block 2       13.00  "LOT 893" G. I.   K. D.  Map 823 v  Owens, Richard    Sublots 7, 8 9  :        400  "KASLO -3. SLOGAN  RAILWAY GRANT LANDS"  Lot -.2Z G. I.   K. D.  Map 718  McAstocker, C. J. & Thos. H    blocks 7 to 13  :  206.08  Ogllvie, Clarence    part block 14A   77*48  Hill. W. B    lot 1, block 16   31.00  Blakelock,  C.  B    lot 4, blk. 16   16.28  King, Dr. J. K. (etal)     lot 890  560.00  "B. C. SOUTHERN  LAND GRANT"  Lot 4595 G. I.   K. D.  Mop 776  Bird, H. & M    BUblot  17         50.00  .18  .70  44  ��������� l������4f_4  .93  2.75  %..0)  -9 ������7t-  4S4..  *V  2.75  6.23  11.30  7.72  15.67  2.50  2.50  .25  .25  2.75  2.75  5.50  5.50  18.66  4.18  1.50  .35  2.75  2.75  20.91  7.28  21.00  3.54  2.75  27.29  1.00  .10  2.75  3.85  11.00  .80  2.75  14.55  ��������� 6.92  .53  2.75  10.20  <- die  ������r.w  .71  2.75  12.82  21.23  1.65  2.75  25.63  22.59  1.75  2.75  27.09  7,7ft  .56  2.75  11.01  5.37  .39  2.75  8.51  16.66  x.27  2.75  20.68  3.75  .23  2.75  6.73  McMeana, L   Becwar,  Earl R.  Cosman, "W. P   McGhoo, Annie M.  Lindsay, Mary C.  McCrohan, P. J. ..  Map 787  block 10, sublot 20    blocks 13 and 16, sublot 21  Map iC't.  block 13, sublot 36    block 12, sublot 42    block 18, sublot 42    sublot 111    15.00  16.00  14.00  10.00  20.00  81.24  .Tofterflon, A. E   Bownoss, A. C. & Boattio, It. E.  Constable, Guy    McMounu,  L   nioandale,   Kathorino   M.,   and   Cars-  callen, A. D   (T'orUavne.   P.   T.  Adiiinu, jji*. -. l\s.  Confavr. W. P.  York,   V.   S.   ...  FeiotC. Bon  T.  Footo, livii  T.  rTautlngu B.C. Exploration Syndicate  Hjpji.m.   .TamCrii      Rliurolilll,   P.   Is   Cliurelilll,   P.   L   .35  1.07  ���������������>  -"������������������*������������������/���������"���������.  .90  2.20  .70  .60  mUXd-  .97  2.92  *���������   -rr.  x.oo  1.58  8.12  3.85  1.67  11.40  .47  .46  .65  .48  1.65  6.98  4.60  7.85  .60  1.53  1.9I7  1.80  1.70  .30  sublot  9     405.28  S.Vj of N.E.i^ sublot 12   18.50  S.E.1,4 BUblot 12   35.40  eerni llMinilA  ANf������ WKftTERN RLY. LAND GRANT"  Lot 4598   G. I.   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II     rl I "* I   I fcP II. .P .     P.P.  ...       I'   n*s..'W"?na*raa^  01.   PillH I.D     l__.4jU_..4.-4....^|lty  **ns  tpyrryylp 4������wi.igM.i,.M.4w������  ih-rij__i________%. *  l^|4.W.I|.W������4W  ���������*uHl-lf^Hi.l Ii  .'I.IHHI.WI4...IW.WM  i4 ..    I,    .  ____H__.fa__.Ul  -���������/-J-P--A,.  ���������*-*maS^^ S^*3B>!53Se^gg*m!l^.  -.t,,?;-/-!--^"-***^--"^.^*^ mitsK^m  _S_^_^_^Ew_SS_m5  ~tt:  r.YT  c.  referred to by Hon. Duncan Marshall  minister ot agriculture for Alberta,  in a recent speech which is deserving  of   the   widest  possible  publiciity.  First and foremost, declared Mr.  Marshall, it is our duty to see to it  that the farmers' sons and daughters*  throughout the entire Dominion are  so effectively trained that thcy will  be qualified to make lie best farmers  and farmers' wives that can be found  anywhere in the civilized world. Ke  arraigned Canadian governments for  their failure to spread agricultural  education throughout Canada.  "Never in Canada's histoiT," he said,  was the need of agricultural education so serious. Never in public  school did a teacher tell me it would  bc a fine thing to be a farmer. I  never had a teacher say to mc that  ! it would he thc finest and best ambition lo settle down and endeavor  j to become the best cultivator of land  Confronted with thc task of re.-janc_ -|jCSt; -jivc stocfc breeder in the  organizing Canada on a peace basis j county of Bruce. I am a big short-  following the upheaval of the Great -lorn i_reccicr *n Alberta, in spite of  War, and faced with the necessity ofjtilc education I got in Ontario. In  discharging that task under entirely j Belgium, the best draft horse breed-  new conditions and with a new so-j*ng country in thc world, I find in  cial order demanded by all, thinking j the scl100l text books such lines as  men and women all over thc Domin-1 *ti,*s l.orse is a good horse because  ion are endeavoring to ascertain > h*.. fcci- are SOund,' and 'this liorsc  what is Canada's most pressing nccdj_s   a   strong   horse   because   his   back  Third  Dose Relief!  Fifth Dose!  Diarrhoea   Stopped.  Canadian Soldiers  Wanting Land  StOD Decrying lhe Farm  and how that need can be supplied.  is   short.'     When   I   read  generally i  ���������A...  Wily  Or.irr:,,,x7  JL-P-.l_.xt-. ...  that   I  lino i c  .Trr-  Mie  It     seems   to     be  uuriy  accepted that from a financial,  econ-'i world  in  horse breeding,  and  then  I  omic  and  purely  business  standpoint \ think of the stuff they told mc about  thc   most   pressing  national   need   of j the cat and the  rat  and  thc hat and  *������������������ i  this  Dominion  is   that  all  men     and; thc  mat."  women shall become imbued with trie j Mr. Marshall continued: "We have  ambition to work as thcy have never; got to teach the boys and girls in  worked before, and by their labor', the public schools, that the finest  produce from the natural resources j business in this world, thc one that  of this country the wealth which will j offers the biggest opportunity for  enable Canada to meet its enormous j home building and the greatest op-  war debt and heavy national obliga-< portunity to become a useful citi_.cn  lions, and discharge* the duties audits that of tilling the soil on a good  responsibilities imposed upon  it. I farm.    We have got to get away from  Opinion, however, is divided as to j this business of belittling the farmer,  the policies to be inaugurated and; and tl*������-*$e l^vc been many farmers  thc methods employed to bring about j engaged'' in running down their own  this development of our natural re-! business more than anybody else,  sources and consequent greater pro-1 Thc>' say that h is drudgery, and the  ���������/Uiction of wealth. Consequent upon ! ladies at times have said such things  this division of opinion, many phases j as. '-Poor girl, she married a farmer.'  of thc big problem have become poli-; Tnat  is lhe kind or thinS x "*vant to  cal issues  in  a partizan scii*Se-,.    one ; Ket out of the min<ls oi the sons and  c qF ehis Dominioi  Diarhoea does not need to persist  for any length of time until the whole  system is weakened and debilitated-  No other disease so quickly undermines the strength and brings abou*-  a condition of prostration and very  often   total  collapse.  Dr. Fowler's Extract of Wild  Strawberry is not only prompt and  effectual in checking the diarrhoea,  butr "at the same time acts as a stimulant, strengthens the heart and  braces up the whole S3"stem, and one  of its principal points is that it does  not leave the bowels in a constipated  condition.  Mr. W. H. Arnold, Fort Qu'Ap-  pelle, Sask., writes: "A few years ago  while out threshing, I had a severe  attack of diarrhoea. Nothing I took  seemed to do me any good. I was  getting worse all the time. Hearing  that Dr. Fowler's Extract of Wild  Strawberry was good for diarrhoea, I  went into town and procured a bottle. After the third dose I felt relief,  and after I had taken the fifth dose  the diarrhoea had stopped. I always  kecpit in the house, and would not  be without it."  See that you get thc original "Dr.  Fowler's." It has been on the market  for the past 74 ycars. Substitutes  may endanger your health. Price 35c.  Put up only by The T. Milburn Co.,  Limited,  Toronto,   Ont.  Approximately  6,500  Loans  Granted  Through the Board to Former Soldiers  Rcgina.���������To the end of July, 25,000  applications had been made to the  Soldiers' Settlement Board by returned soldiers wishing to go on the  land, according to Col. R. Innes, director of the agricultural branch of  the board's work, who paid an inspection visit here. Of these, 22,000  had been disposed of and 74 per cent,  of the 22,000 actually had been approved. Approximately 6,500 loans  had been granted through thc board  to former soldiers and 3,500 discharged men had been given free land  grants. The total expenditures to  July 31 amounted to $20,500,000 and  the average loan was $3,100. There  was no sign of falling off in the demand for loans, according to Colonel  Innes, and settlement was well distributed throughout the entire country. At present there were 600 returned soldiers in the various training centres acquiring experience in  farming before  taking up  land.  DADV NTM-DCIV    I  _ ��������� _._  llIITU Cfnriijr I  g ru-iiii  One of the ever present  difficulties  of a married man is to account for  his absence from-home.  .ti  daughte  of  party  advocating  onc  policy,  anotuer  party  upholding   an   entirely  different! ada.  T-olicv  and  course  of  action.     In   re-j     And  who  will  say  Mr.  Marshall  is  gard to those aspects ot this problem i "ot   right?        One   never   hears   of   a  which  have  become  subjects of poli-j lawyer,   ***   doctor,   or  a  manufacturer  tical  controvert-  it  is   not  the  nine-1 decrying his business, nor their wives  tion   nor   intention   oi   the   writer   of|-u1-d   children   so.     On   thc   contrary,  this  article   to  deal.    We  leave   them | t,,ey   boast   of   thcir   occupations  to governments and politcians, and to j  .he/ people   who.   by   the   exercise   of*1*1'1   nced   to  st������P   decrying   the  farm  their franchise, make or unmake gov-  ��������� ���������rnnu'-nts  and  politician'*.  inspiration   to   take     up     agriculture.  The   welfare   of   our   people  and  our  national  stability  depends upon  it.  as  We  ing business, and, on thc other hand,  to   give   Canadian   boys   and  girls   an  In  thc  final  analysis, however,  it is  f   Canada     who     nui*-t  -"���������'"uVier.1 which con-  ihc-   farmers  lai-g.-ly  front*-    Canada  LEMON JUICE IS  FRECKLE REMOVER  Girls!     Make    This    Cheap    Beauty  Lotion to Clear and Whiten  Your Skin  Squeeze the juice of two lemons  into a bottle containing three ounces  of orchard white, shake well, and you  have a quarter pint of the best freckle  and tan lotion, and complexion beautifier, at very, very  small  cost..  Your grocer has thc lemons and  any drug store or toilet counter will  supply three ounces of orchard white  for a few cents. Massage this sweetly  fragrant lotion into the face, neck,  arms and hands each da3r and sec how  freckles and blemishes disappear, and  how clear, soft and white the skin becomes-     Yes!     it  is  harmless.  All Night with Asthma.���������Everyone  knows how attacks of asthma often  keep their victim awake the whole  night long. Morning finds him wholly unfitted for a day of business, and  yet, business must still be carried  through. All this night suffering and  lack of rest can be avoided by the  prompt use of Dr. J. D. Kcllogg's  Asthma Remedy, which positively  does drive away thc attacks.  What a pity that the truth is the  most disagreeable tiling one can say  about   some   people!  Livestock Industry in North  Some idea of the extent of the livestock industry in the Battleford district can be gained from thc fact that  120 cars of stock have received official certificates for shipment since  July 1. A considerable portion of the  shipments was from the Turtleford  branch, along which thousands of  cattle are being fattened upon the  prairie grasses. It should be undcr-*-*  stood that this shipment represents  fat stock and cattle have not been  rushed to market in an unfinished  condition because of shortness of  feed, which is responsible for heavy  shipments in some dry areas.  j When 4 Days Old.f Cross  and Cried. Cuticura Heals.  "My baby brother   had  ee_zertxa  which be-gan when he was about  --���������^^���������������������������""���������-v    four erlaya old..    It cams ���������  /_v*^s*-**^V in little pimples and then |  ",    "^.| a rash, and he waa cov- B  *$ *"���������"-* y������e*red.    He was so cross  ''that he could not sleep,  ' and be cried.  ji'v *.p^s-J_;     "This lasted about two  **V.*v ^    months before we used  Cuticura. It helped him, so we boughs  more, and he was all healed after we  had *used two cakes of Soap -and two  boxes of Ointment." (Signed) Misa  Almeida  "Williams,  Youngs  Cove.  N. B., May 22, 1918.  - Use Cuticura Soap, Ointment and  Talcum for all ioilei purposes.  For fres esmple each ot Cuticnru Soas. Ointment and Talcum address post-card: "xWtovx-,  Sept. A, Sortem, TJ. 0. A."   Sold ���������verywhor*.  t*X rxr.-.       Vfrr���������r.  <_>i.P_> _.<_>������<-       J__,&B_>  Destroy Cold  Winnipeg.���������Four hundred pounds  of cold storage eggs were destroyed  here on instructions from the chief  city  health   inspector.  Worms feed upon the vitality of  children and endanger their lives. A  simple  and   effective  cure   is   Mother  C* r*l P.-fPQ*       \-\T rpp-l I.       "l7--4-n^^r.*,p. ������ f rx~  ' arm  t- -tiV.-J  i.rc**''nI. ...  dustry of  ���������������������������'n.**tiui.i*  ������������������o.ji-.lauoi  .ar  Hr-,  p rOxi'.'-t'  : i ���������'���������'������������������..  1     '.;;���������   .*;..  ;  ' ��������� <* -r*  c great-  ("nr. ������������������-'..  the  l'*.*-  I ,  thcy |  Farmers re  ami the basic in  As a class  ���������   group    in     onr  ��������� '.lie largest pri-  v. ..-_i.lt H     in      t li is  .,��������� -iv"i;lttire p-iic-  ���������. -.jT-.'..���������>*.' and pros-  '."���������. I.'.vnt facts. .It  ���������������������������. '.lull ihe i*iii;ii-  ���������-- <! hy tlu-nij. and  Cannd.t,  His Chief Want  The parlor Bolshevik had the floor.  "1 want land reform," hc shrilled.  "I want education reform. I want  church reform. I want marriage reform.    1  want���������"  But   here      a      listener   iiite-rrupli-d  with   a   loud   and   savage   yawn:  "What yon want, old man," he  said,   "\.-   chloroform."  Viscount  Grey   Sails   Sept.   16  London.���������Viscount Grey, the new  British ambassador to the United  States, will sail for New York on  Sept.   16,  it  was  announced  here.  ALMOST LYNCHED  Minard's  Liniment Cures  Dandruff.  The Lot of the Rural Teacher  Coalition of schools provides better buildings and other advantages,  but the important step in improvement of public schools is procurement of well-equipped teachers in  such circumstances that they will feel  warranted in continuing in thcir situations. When thc rural teacher is  the worst paid toiler in the community it is not to bc expected that  the     community     will     havc     good  ,T    Alltn **������)1 (1. f~*S\ 41 et-tj *m*i-^,T ir\t*i -*-*������������������. -eil  *~t\J U**J������   fcllV. \x04*~d *-XX *\~*       j Vii'   i'lA������*  Care of Home and Children Often  Causes a Breakdown  The woman at home, deep in  household duties anel the cares of  motherhood, needs occasional help  to  kee*-*1   her  in   "ood l.e?*."** The  dcmanels upon a mother's health are  many and severe. Her own health  trials and her children's welfare exact  heavy tolls, while hurried meals, broken rest and much indoor living tend  to weaken her constitution. No wonder, that thc woman at home is often  indisposed through weakness, headaches, backaches and nervousness.  Too many women have grown to  accept these visitations as a part of  the lot of motheihood. But many  and varied as her health troubles are,  the cause is simple and the cure at  hand. When well, it is the woman's  good blood that keeps her well; when  ill, she must make her blood rich to  renew her health. The""nursing mother more than any other woman in  the world needs rich blood and plenty of it. There is one always unfailing way to get this good blood so  necessary to perfect health, and that  is through the use of Dr. Williams'  Pink Pills. These pills make new  blood abundantly, arid through their  use thousands of weak, ailing wives  and mothers have been made bright,  cheerfuFand strong. If you are ail-  ine-**. easilv tired, or depressed it is =t  duty you owe yourself and your fan������������  ily to give Dr. Williams* Pink Pills  a fair trial. What this medicine has  done for others it will surely do for  you.  i������_-������l*i _���������*������_ r\. c*  j v. *, x \s \j x *;���������  A  Real  Spree  "Kitty, this is our wedding anniversary. Let's go out and buy something useless that wc can't afford.  It happened lo a local druggist that  sold a cheap acid corn salve instead  of the reliable Putnam's Corn Extractor. Substitutes burn the flesh���������  Putnam's cures the corn. Use only  thc best���������-"Putnam's," 25c at all dealers.  m  ..'ii .run i  It   Eases   Pain.���������Ask  r.  any   druggist  ior   <iiairr   in   nie.elicitii.s   wli.it   is      the  'most   popular   ol'   the   medicinal   eiils  ���������''-_���������������������������'^ j "."or pains in  the* joints, in  Ihe-muscles  ;:;"rii-!ih-   ,,.-  >ji*rvi--,  n\-  \r.r  ncura lu ia   ami  rlicii-  h     i ...��������� i ma! i.-iin, and  In*  will  tell   y<*ni  that:  Dr.  j i liouta**'    KeliT.lric   ( >i. 1   is   in   greater  I'I'liiand   than   any  oilier.     The-  n*ason  ,; "ion*   ihi-.  i-p  that   il   pussi-s^rs     greater  ">"i'" | !���������������������������:, ]]w.'   i|tialili'.*s   thau   any   eitln-1*   oil.  Big Expenditure at North Battleford  One   hunelrcd   thousand     dollars   is  ���������*^-_������  j^^KIM^.^^  tlu.  esliniated  thc new build*  ���������im  him  ,i n  ,(,r,  4 ��������� 11;  French General  Dies  (itinral Lrnionton de lh)is-  'ik-'i���������������������������!��������� i-hii-i* of staff ..I" the*-.  a i ,':,������������������. .   i -i   (if.icl.     1 11-   was  horn  %u  :y  '"**-*.  M  -r-i  > r~4  cire not. consicioFod cj>pocl tor *>  you.no pRoplr.. but nothi nc^ is  rr\ i  ��������� f -r  iiu.s being constructed by the Canadian National railways at North Bat-  tleford. Thi- iv.*w work-* include a 15-  stall roundhouse, a new machine  shop, 86 by 40 feet, a new* compressed air driven turntable, and a complete new e.eiuipiiu-ig1 for thc machine  shop. The new rouudhoi'.s-; is being  built in lhe rear of lhe existing one,  and is hall as big again as lhc. present  struct me. Soiiw* iele.'i ol* llic. amount  of concrete e*al!rd for in thc specifications run he- gathonul from lhe. fact  that over -1,(1(10 barrel** of e.*r>���������*.iont  ���������A iii    in:   llsci!.  Many  Step;;  ( .<������������������(���������,'!���������<���������:   I   told  lie-r  1  was going to  ��������� !.'! !'.:'*.    hlT    Oil,-,'     '!,;;���������    ."Vi'j*y     r\y}i    of    V ll C  way   Iioiik-.  I ail;:   A nil   what   elid   she   eh>?  <ie'or,o'.   1"ij*i*:iuu-     v'.-ry   angry,   but  she  wiii   11j��������� -.(airs  anel  put   on  a  hob-  .-m^._..^-r10-  A~?8-fa 1H3 g������i������&������S mf~mmx   L^-i^aM~~r'a&iimf  SmtP*. _  fcjp <^&M*gs Kvw mmAUr^-m%j*%Ar jyet-ULfinsy ojre-v %j~~\~vk  J$%������ man  i~-Zf������jo Lx-uj/, ~~w. ������$&������&'������-'<& -Vtxkcie  %$ SZfiik.       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IT Ei*nboe"if*i Features Heretofore .omul only in the Most Expensive-  Ranees:  A   3!r.iaI���������oi-.*.c   Til*-   V..-.A,  Full   NicUclcil   Dkijj   C'lusct   a nil  Oven  Doors,  A        "Lnixe Key  Tl.ite Toji with  "-.-��������� Fiout   Lift.  A i'jjjc i'i,ii.i uk  Oven, with Accurate  Oven TlicniioincleiT.  A "-G.'illon C'niinc-  ily l*o|j|'>e*i' Ki-ser-  voir. with Ui'iMitut-  itijp    t * rutijir-r.  A l'iie-1-S.ivinir l"iicbox,  with .Si'iliuiwil I.ininj.1,'' iiuel  DiiiiU'-i Gi-iitc:. id. t:u,.l or  Wood.  Yet - the "Coiimiiuiii-/"  Prirr ii well within she  reach   of   ICveryone.  l'li.-.jsi. Sec 'I'lii;. U;iii.*:e at  Your Dc'ilo';, or I'nll Ihu-  tii'iilan will he sent you on  i ci.i'.r.t.  ���������Al     - c.i :,   ,:i   luc   .i l-J> p-  It.* _e' ������J������ *.���������> ������ ���������' ' Il .  is "|*vl '_ '*'JjY ii *p*.ii"\jT������,]  llni .1 ������ ���������. ������ v ������ p. ' v x" i x L i Iir i iipuvr 1   .  ESTABLISHED 18B2  *��������� p <���������*.  . At  JjilVEl li r.i),  'M'liililiii'tili't-.t!'   ,'iiul   \Vholrf,,il>'    I)i:,li ilmloi s  .'!������������������'.,     11 :iril w;iri\     Mi-t;i|.,     Meiililinr;     ��������� "'I >'��������� i' ,  Aci <������������������. i.i ir ���������  .-.ml  J'|.iuliiii;  r.i.i.il-.  ��������� p- t-    \ \ ��������� i ���������     i ��������� - v i *���������; *  I'lHili iifr     An In  I I'l'e:  M VV  i^MSrlV^r^  ���������&  ' ���������������*  iiii  ���������^ff.ffi^lffS^SSi  i(.>j*������������e**-HW'W-������M^^r*������^ itf^t^^i^umw^m-ew-ie^^  w^srr-wmmpiW'mrikmttJtmi',  ���������^twnttjif*.***-^ immmtm  vmtr4mmm������d������xM>mTS  mm^wmm'*m>m*^.mmmmnK.������~  m4mimtfmmtiim>mr'm*-^^<*mw.'*mms������      *mmmt***4t*m*mm ���������:.-.>j~i-^3Jr::&ir������M  ,������---**=i"p������-:���������*_���������_''���������-'*t,.*w<i **a������p_i  ���������  ... ��������� m ��������� j  THE     REVIEW,     CRESTON,     B.     a  ..-o  S7  '?./:  *mr*~x /__*"* I  ���������.    m   >���������    BI p������_p__. _���������  S-"3-*"i ������������*S3 S������  V.'S*.'..*-     IM gymtr     Il������������     lAJrt������r������/_.|-.r_f������  tJiOp  *"*?pFfii vm *-TvajS8S2pS  Toronto.���������With     reference   to     an  Ottawa dispatch  of August 23,  stat- ^  ing that    thc wholesale     grocers, iu j - ~~ oc  m-o-! **teP -*^ay Invoivi*- Loss of    Some 25  ��������� Million Pounds  London.���������All   private    shipbuilding  the  present  iyUlH.1 ~J \. X. <~* 4   \~- V-^i1*��������� j-i *    -. v-r  -m -0   m    .  ,.   , ,.        ,      tt,,.,.. yards   throughout  thc  country,  num-  would bc relieved,     Hugh f    . ������ . ���������'      ,  ,  . ,     .        ...        -p,T,   i __���������-_._, Dcrmg aoout twenty, arc ailcctca  by  ident     ot  thc     Wholesale    ,       *** ���������"_*     _.,_.,. ,  thcir convention at Ottawa, had pre  dieted that   sugar  would  rise to     20  cents     a  pound before  shortage    *v  Blain, prcsi  Grocers' association of Canada, said:  "There    must    bc    some    mistake  about this,     as  no  discussion     took  place at thc convention as to    what,  thc price of  sugar was likely  to bc.  It was, however, stated to  thc convention that speculators in thc United States had    bought    fifty    cars of  granulated sugar, held in Halifax, at  thc regular Canadian price, but it had  been   resold   to   other   speculators   in  thc United  States  and was  now  offered at $13.90 at Halifax to thc Dominion government, and  I  believe  a  few cars  were  bought   at  this  price.  Thc convention generally felt that to  bujfsugar at such a figure might havc  thef effect of  creating an advance on  al! (sugars, which would bc most on-  V  German Ambassadors Chosen I to���������*���������f X������"  Berlin.���������Dr.  Hanicl von   Haimhau-!  the government order that all work  be stopped on warships except those  about to be launched.  Thc Admiralty yards at Chatham,  Dcvonport and Portsmouth will not  stop, however, as thcy arc entirely  occupied with the refitting of 2,700  steamers which are about, to bc returned to the owners from whom  thcy were requisitioned for war service. Among thc warships being  built at private j-ards arc cruisers,  destroyers and submarines, and the  work on some of these may be continued, according to thc Mail, if it is  found cheaper to complete them than  to break them up.  Shipbuilders must be liberally compensated in cases where contracts arc  broken, but although several million  "It was also felt that selling this  sugar would have thc appearance of  profiteering, even if sold again at  cost, because sugar is sold today in  Montreal to the wholesale trade at  $10.40 and SIO.SO. with thc usual discount off, and is icsold to the retail  trade at these figures, with thc  freight added. Thc shortage in sugar  has been caused entirely through the  lack of shipping facilities, owing to  thc marine strike, which prevented  refiners from getting raw sugar, and  if shipping facilities can bc restored  to normal conditions without further  delay, we should get supplies of refined sugar to meet our requirements  within the next 30 or 60 days.  "I would like to warn the public  against buying sugar beyond their  pressing requirements,       because  hoarding sugar is certainly going to  Increase thc price to the consumers,  who will bc in want, besides depriving the rest of thc public from getting thcir fair share of what sugar  is to be had. Every wholesale and  retail grocer should furnish their  customers with thc smallest quantity  of sugar they can get along with until sugar becomes  more  plentiful."'  pounds sterling may be involved, it  may prove more economical than  carrying  out   thc  building  program.  Thc Mail quotes au officer of thc  Admiralty as saying -that one sound  reason for stopping    work    on war-  S^S-.'-^'C       ���������.t_        +*������������������������-** *���������       4-l-%g-t       .v i-ftm-x       -*-_-��������������� 1 1        /-*��������� I .-i **. ������-       fllai  xHiyCJ      io       *.ai *.-. t      vitw      -}-,-*-1/        ������Viii      V.---114        ~.-x\.  yards for commercial bmlditig* There  is an excellent demand for new tonnage, and this work will probably absorb thc men liberated by the stoppage of work on naval vessels. According to the Glasgow .Daily Record,  work on 40 warships valued at  $125,000,000 has been  stopped.  Cannot Rely On States  Sir   Auckland   Geddes   Says   Europe  Must Work  Independently  Lonclon.���������Sir      Auckland      Geddes,  Minister of National Service and Reconstruction, speaking at Basingstoke  on  government  economy,  said  that  a  special financial  committee,  of  which  Premier   Lloyd   George  is   chairman,  has been formed for that purpose and  that  the  Premier was  throwing himself with great energy into the work  of   cutting   down   expenditure.  Sir Auckland said that it was  unless  to rely on  the United  States to  pull  the jiritisn people through  their  difficulties.     Thc   United   States   had  her own  trade  difficulties.       She had  increased     the  industrialism  of     her  population and was not only a great  exporter    of    manufactures, but    thc  greatest   exporter  of   raw   materials.  She   was   in   the   unhappy   position  of possessing so much that there was  little she wanted, and, as a result,  exchange between New York and  London moved in her favor and,  therefore, against her power to export. Moreover, because Britain required United States raw material,  hc said, it was increasingl}- difficult  for thc United States to get her  manufactures across the Atlantic.  The only result of United States  flooding Europe with, goods would be  tation in thc capitals of such powers  rt-lS^m-Z^^  ������������������a. Ss. w-W-s.  -Price-  turn  clownu ar  ,i  m  are   beginning  various   parts  ___ . __ .   j oi me eoiiiurv, jjp.it iiie -jump .ias nou  Dr. Solf Will Represent Germany mjyct sathercd'niomcnlu:n  sufficicnt to  ���������     Great Britain '-ffect purchases  being  made  for im-  sen, former counsellor of "the German embassy at Washington, has  been selected for appointment as  German ambassador to the United  States, according to authoritative inform a I ion.  Dr.   W.   S.   Solf,   the   secretary   for  the colonics, is the selection for am  bassadorsb.jp  to   Great  Britain,  Herr   Badowitz,   former   undcr-sccrc-  tary of state, for thc ambassadorship  to China.  Frit-i August Thicl, former German  consular representative in Japan, has  been picked for the post of ambassador at Tokio.  The" appointments of thc men selected for ambassadorships, it is  stated, depend upon thc attitude of  thc powers in question. If they scud  charge d'affaires to Berlin, Germany  will  take  like action  as  to  rem'esen-  ,'���������.11      -si-P.  a movement of exchange in her favor,  making the price of United States  goods in this country prohibitive.  Europe must, therefore, work out her  own  salvation,  he  declared.  mmu lu$s Ui Odessa  Wheat Board to Meet at Toronto  Winnipeg.���������A '_ public meeting of  thc Canadian Wheat Board will bc  held in thc Board of Trade rooms,  Royal Bank building, Toronto, Ont.,  at 9.30 a.m., Monday, September S,  when thc board, will hear expressions  of opinion from thc public on thc  scheme for thc handling of the 1919  wheat crop.  Abdicated Ruler Sues for Estate.  Berlin.���������Former Duke Charles Edward of Coburg-Gotha has filed a  suit against thc republic of Gotha  and its commissioners to recover his  estate, which was confiscated when  hc declined to accent a settlement of  15,000,000  marks.  Thc Prince of Waldeck-Pyrmont  is also suing for thc recovery of half  "Of~iris domain after thc failure of negotiations with thc ncAv government.  Sending Families to Switzerland  Geneva.���������Swiss newspapers state  that nearly all the Bolshevist leaders  .in Russia and Hungary, and even in  \ Germany, have sent thcir wives and  relatives to Switzerland lately for  safety, thereby condemning thcir  own regime of terror.  Thc   women   were   supplied      with  false  passports,   chiefly     Czecho-Slovak; and.  false  names.       The  authorities     havc     discovered  Reds Could Not Stand Bombardment  in Black Sea  London.���������Occupation of Odessa,  chief Russian port on thc Black Sea,  by allied forces is admitted in a Bolshevik government wireless message  from Moscow received here. Thc  occupation was effected, the dispatch  states, after thirty vessels had bombarded thc city for two days.  On the Russian northwestern front,  according to the soviet statement,  thc Bolshevik troops are advancing in  thc region of Pksov, having progressed already to within three and one-  half miles  of  that  city.  Shortly after thc Bolshevik message was received, confirmation was  given in official quarters here of thc  occupation of Odessa. A Russian  volunteer army, it is stated, had occupied the city. The Bolshcviki retired in thc direction of Balta, 120  miles   northwest  of  Odessa.  There is no mention at present of  thc selection of a German ambassador to  France.  Washington.���������No inquiry has been  made of the United States as to whe-  **i-������ ���������*-*-���������    \ r *-..-.   T-j o**-t'*-*'-*n-i'*c|<-*-'-**>    +-"������������������.i-***������^*/���������.������-   *-��������� j-*.i>*,_  LUVl *t    v/������i J-JwM*-,^4ii.tU Sr*x~Tr-0 f        i "-_, i - J. i'^ _. '-d'-r- i.: i. .  seller of the imperial German embassy here, would be acceptable as  ambassador, but there is every indication that this Government will uot  receive Haimhauscn or anyone else  formerly connected with thc embassy under the regime of Count  von Bcrnstorff.  j mediate use,  according  to  reports  to  jthc department of justice.  Attorney-General      Palmer,     asked  how  soon   results   could  bc   expected  from the campaign to reduce the cost  of living, the outcome  of which railroad  employees  have  been  requested  to await before pressing demands for  wage  increases,   said   all   thc.  government   wanteel   was   a   fair   chance   to  show what could be done to take the  artificial  inflation   out  of  the  market.  Hc   said   officials   were   well   pleased  with  the  success  so  far  attained .and  ihat cumulative results were expected  when congress enacts amendments to  the food control law by which criminal penalties can bc imposed on profiteers  and hoarders.  "Wc hope thc public will begin to  reap thc benefit of our efforts before  long," Mr. Palmer said. "For instance, we are making progress in  obtaining promises from shoe manufacturers as to fixing a limit beyond  which prices shall not go."  600 Huns  Deported  Sydney, N.S.W.���������Following out  thc announced policy of the government, 600 more Germans havc been  deported. They include several well-  known buyers.  Wanted Dangerous Correspondence  Destroyed  Basle.���������Rumanian military authorities have discovered in thc archives  of the Hungarian foreign ministry a  telegram from Otto Bauc'r, former  Austrian state secretary, entrusted  with the management of the state  bureau of foreign affairs of Bela Kun,  former head of the Hungarian communist government, asking him to  destroy all documents relative to the  delivery of arms by Austria to Hun-  -gary, according to a Budapest dispatch  received here.  trickery  and     arc  applying  measures on examination.  -fi  *H       d**  -f^H  %"*  lovd lieorge LaSIs  '" ���������*w  STJL M. HL J*.   mJr  Withdraw From One Big Union  Vancouver.���������Thc Vancouver postal workers have withdrawn from the  Vancouver trades and labor council  Swiss' (Onc Big Union),--.The vote of a re-  thisj ferendum that has been in progress  for thc past two weeks was counted  here. Thc result was given as 314  in favor of withdrawing and 90 against.  There are approximately 400 mem.-  bcrs of thc Postal Workers' Association  in  Vancouver.  Brussels.���������The Belgian senate unanimously approved the peace treaty  with Germany. The chamber of deputies ratified the treaty August 8.  Rome   to Naples By Air  Rome.���������Announcement is made  here of the inauguration of passenger airplane service between this city  and Naples.  vance -un  estera  Fron  London.���������A communique issued by  with comparatively slight opposition.  stricter  Jtt.  London.���������After his recent speech  in thc House of Commons, in which  hc insisted upon economy, Premier  Lloyd George wrote to his ministerial colleagues, calling attention to  thc huge national expenditure and  impressing  upon  them  thc need     of  among other things:  "Thc  time has conic  when     each  Denies Report  That Great Britain  Is Seeking  Railway   Concession   Through  Esthonia  ,.  .   , ,  ��������� ������������������ ti,���������  i -,_...- i     Copenhagen.���������Thc  Esthonian  press  immediately  curtailing..      the lettei.j  as quoted by thc Daily Mail, says Lurcuu -..-he-ally denies the report recently printed hy thc National Ti-  denele that Great Britain i.s seeking  a railway concession ihrough Ks-  thonia lo Russia, or that negotiations  arc under way for the lease of thc  islands   of   Dago-  anel   Ocsi-1.  The National Tidcnde declared that  j negotiation:* were proceeding for the  lease of Dago and Oescl, in the Baltic  Sea, 1 <-> England for the construction  of a commercial port. The paper also  states that England was necking a  railway concession through Esthoniu  to  re-.u-h   the  ltussian  iii.n*..ol.  minister ought to make clear to those  under hie. contr-.-l lb'*- if thry cannot  reduce expenditure* they must make  room for soiuebody who can. That  is thc public temper and it is right."  Tlie Piemiii declare*, it is ind-"-  fcnsiblc that the stalls ot the public  ���������services have? hardly been reduced  perceptibly since the- ending of thc  war, and says that those responsible  must bc coiupcllcel to pciionn tiicii  duty, however unpleasant. With regard   lo   ruthless   cutting,      hc   aehls:  "We-   must   con lint   ourselves   wiih  llic second best     when:  the  best     is  ��������� j i    >>  nm   p. 11 :> I IJ .  The   1'rciniiT  e-oiifludrs  by     tellini*,  lhc minister:",    thai thcy    must     fiuel  time   during   ieie*,s   i<>   i ousi<l<. i    tin.  bc:;l   tu.thoel   of   de-nlin-''      with      the*  question   and   r<-p<>������t   tn   him  by   .nie.-  ������iighl   what   steps  tlic-y  havc  taken   or  (���������HII."..'.. 4   '" ...">���������    ���������  The Bremen Not Captured  London.���������There is no truth in the  report that ihe German submarine  Bremen was captured during lhc war  and returned recently to Germany,  according to official information  given out here. It was added that  the British Admiralty had uo knowledge concerning the. fate of lhc  Bremen, but that it is assumed the  submarine foundered while endeavoring lo cross lhe. Atlantic.  thc War Office states that General  Dcnikine's advance on the western  Russian front continues with great  rapidity all along the line.  Thc capture of Odessa is confirmed, the city having been taken by  a detachment of volunteers after  two days' bombardment in thc Black  Sea. Thc detachment was landed  and drove the Bolshcviki out of  I lie town.  Along both banks of thc Dnieper  thc volunteers advance toward Kicfi"  is  progressing.  It is stated on reliable authority  that thc Bolshevik forces throughout  thc whole of thc Ukraine arc completely demoralized.  Paris.���������General Dcnikine, thc anti-  Bolshevik leader in southern Russia,  now dominates a territory larger  than Germany, and his forces art-  daily progressing into central  Russia  His actual front two days ago, according   to   accurate     military   information  received here,  extended from  a   few   miles   east   of   Odessa   northward to  Elizabctgrad,     then     northeast to a few miles south of  Kursk,  thence   cast  to  Novookopersk,     continuing  to   a   point   on   thc  Voiga,   a  few  miles   south   of   Saratov.     (Since  this   dispatch,   was   received   thc   capture   of     Odessa     by   anti-Rolshcvik  forces  has  been  announced.)  Gcr.cr:;l Dcnikir.c also occupies  all thc Caucasus region from the  Caspian to the Black Sea and south  to thc Georgian border. His forces  are not occupying Astrakhan, at the  mouth of thc Volga, but he controls  traffic on that river by occupying  Tzaritzen and a stretch along thc  river running northward for a distance of 200 mill's.  EXPANDING CANADIAN TRADE        .1.   .. ..n������i, .m-r. ��������� ,,������,'     ���������' '������ ��������� :���������"*" ���������'"���������" ' ."���������'.���������i'l.!'. ,*���������"',", .;i������|ii������'H<���������......' ,'.i :'������ ;      in .���������  .- pT,.jiyi.������ii 'p"yn;ji'i i" .'*; "',���������"���������, .'vry:'*; / >'���������. r^y. __��������� '.������������������������7 "r f" -  -stnnnr-tnnr-t  -".illr  PntTo  V:ini*ouvcr.���������Ton million dollars'  wuitli oi silk, carried in four special  trains, has left Vancouver for tlie  east. The* shipment was brought  from thc Orient on Ihr Empress of  aZ\.  .���������.^������������������^���������^������������������Axft  .*-*'���������/$*������������������.' ''���������'*. V;  vgS^M&yz  ���������������������������������������������*������������������*;���������  v"*-*4>  ���������"."'x'.*...:  ti^zzlz  J- tZZmZi  ���������������������������mi. ���������    1 ������������������-������������������ luiwiiie mm-m^mmmtm > *ll*'**t***********************'******^^  &\'^l!*.'l_-.-__-_.'ffl..-0 f  Canadian   voyageur imucr 'Direction ol Canadian _-*iauoum Kauways cicarmg ior -cue   vvc������_.i  jim-ci.  u������.hu   mi/u-  trcali  July   10th, with  ll cargo   of   general   merchandise.        blie it; scheduled to  rctuin  wit';   ",.;������-"-.;  ,....,l���������.44.ll, 441.4.-4441 W,l4������4������,���������l_.,ll..r������_^a.W..4T.4-4.4-*_4l_4,4_4..4.  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Nelson Assessment District���Continued from Page 5
Name of Person Assessed
Arrears of
Ait Taxes
Svoboda,  John    N.W.
Short Description of
Property
"LOT 1240"
sec 36, tp. 23       30.00
"LOT 1242"
Ferguson,  Geo.  .._    in sec. 23, tp. 17         7.70
Ymir Gold Mines Ltd    in sec. 33, 34, tp. 17  ���       54.74
Churchill,  F.  L    N%, N.W*-4. sec. 6, S.W.*��4 N.W.% sec.6 & that
part of S.B.*��4 of S.W.% & S.W.%, S.E.
"t/i, sec 7 lying outside of Ymir townsite
tp.v 17      241.50
Truax, A. R    N.%, S.E..*-4, sec. 8; S.E. 1/4, S.E.-H, sec. 8;
S. % sec. 9; S. %, N.E. -Vi sec. 9; S.E. %
N.W. -Vi sec 9: S. % sec. 10; S. M* N.E.%
Sec. 10; S. %, N. W. %. sec. 10; W. %.
N.W. "Vi, sec. 11;  S.W. *V4. S.W. "Vi, Sec.
11:    N.   %.   N.E.   *&.   sec.   4;    N.E.   *V4.
N.W. -Vi. sec. 4; N. %. N.W. *Vi. sec. 3;
N. Yz N.E. Vi sec. 3, tp. 17      575.64
1242"
BaKer, Francis E.    in
Costs &
int.
2.30
.75
5.60
24.90
Tot.
3.75      36.05
3.75
3.75
12.20
34.08
3.75    270.15
School inspector Calvert, of Nelson
was here early in tbe week on an
official visit. The heavy attendance at
the Canyon City school will necessitate hiring another teacher, and utilising the a i-ior. church
temporary school.
V-_ii?1_-*l��w---._n*	
���p-rM**1.-!! 1 lb     X-SL-    X-
"N. & F. RLY. GRANT LOT
Sec. 17, tp. 17 	
13.40
Broadfoot, Erskine Estate
ivi&CK,    vv '
"LOT 1244"
in sees. 19 and 20, tp. 30 .
S.W. Vi S. W. Va- see. 5.
"CROWN
Pond, S. P    lot  229   .:	
Johnson, A. P    blocks 5, 6, 9, 11, lot
Finiay,  Will       block 10, lot 251 	
GRANTS"
 251 ......
24.14
12.00
46.00
27.00
���'SUBDIVISION OF LOT 304"
Jones, W. H    S. % block 237, map 766  12.50
Sikowski, John S    block 287, map 926   36.25
*    "LOT 306"
Ford, J. W    block G, sublot 1 ".   *  62.70
Ford, J. W    block H, sublot 1   62.70
Hyslop,   John       block 2, sublot 9; block 5, sublot 8   77.28
"MAP 1178"
Brown, G. E    blk 2, sublot G, sublot 1, lot 309
Kogan, Nora     part lot 367	
Peach, James     block 9, lot 914	
Powys, Arthur      blk. 3, lot 2542
Schroeder,  J.  H.
  7.70
S5.00
  12.50
  21.00
blks. 13 to 20, lot 7674   40.00
Holditch, L    lot  7774     39.60
Cose, Boaz     blk. B, lot 7876 .1 10.44
Rooke, E. G    part W. "Vi of 8081   63.70
Bell, G. D. &. R. B    lot 8231   138.00
Stephens, Wm    part lot  8370    4.74
Cfurran,  E.  J. Estate     lot  8371  21.00
Wright,   Harry       one sixth int. lot 9014   5.00
Bourdon, C. M    lots 1 to 8. blk 1, lot 8988; lots 1 to 7. blk 2,
lot 8988; lots 1 to 9, blk. 3, lot 8988   57.00
Bourdon, C. M    lots 1 to 8, blk. 4, lot 8989   21.00
Bourdon, C. M    lots 1 to 8, blk. 5, lot 8990   22.20
Young,   A.   L.    lot  9177     15.00
Shaw, M.   T    lot   9295    *. :  60.00
Bleasdell, H. T    lot  9400  84.00
Bleasdell,  W.  H    lot  9401    ���  84.00
Bleasdell,  W.  H    lot  9402     84.00
Vuoi-i, Hilda  &  John       blk. 5, lot 9403    8.26
McDonald, Thos Estate     blk. 6, lot 9403       17.71
X-aurie   Sarah -Vs"
Leahy, Eva M. .
Calhoun, James
Talbot, W. A. ...
H.
���XT. *E. V*  of N. H> lot 10190   11.60
part lot 9767 ...."  42.00
lot   10606  20.00
lot   11755     12.50
44.07
.75
2.77
.63
2.95
2.40
1.15
3.40
6.15
6.15
7.30
.55
3.60
1.15
2.16
3.75
3.75
.65
6.60
15.84
.55
.2.16
.37
2.90
1.05
1.13
1.15
4.60
8.70
8.70
8.70
.56
2.02
.90
4.33
1.90
1.18
3.75    623.46
3.75      17.90
At the special   session   of  the
Cross Society  on   Tuesday  aftecnon
two ladies turned   in   finished   work;
M ��>___��� #l_r��*-��l)* ����� _F ��.*-*-,��� ������ V*,ts> j-xC ..tvi na* *��� x t 4* *44-.~-x
-.0X9      mj-.-'XMxa.       tv      -"www !_������_������-__"       \jl       trs.ij.ipHi.ct'L'lC'tJ
socks and Mrs. C. Hall, a -���hild's petticoat. The s.iciety is discontinuing operations after the October- meeting.
T. R= Henage of Vancouver, who is
in charge of the Boy Scout work in
H. C, reached Creston yesterday and
is meeting with the local scouts to arrange for tbe continuance of tbe work
in the absence of Vice-Principal Smith
who is now located at West Vancouver.
3.75
3.75
3.75
3.75
3.75
3.75
3.75
3.75
3.75
3.75
30.66
16.38
52.70
33.15
37.71
17.40
43.40
72.60
72.60
88.33
3.75 .    12.00
3.75
3.75
3.75
3.75
3.75
3.75
3.75
3.75
3.75
O.lit
3.75
3.75
3.75
3.75
3.75
3.75
3.75
3.75
3.75
3.75
3.75
3.75
3.75
3.75
17.40
26.91
47.50
47.10
14.84
74.05
157.59
9.04
26.91
63.65
25.80
27.08
19.90
68.35
96.45
96.45
96.45
12.57
23.48
16.25
50.08
25.65
17.43
E. FERGUSON,
Aet. Assessor and Collector.
Dated at Nelson, B.C., this 8th day of September, 1919.
Engineers Biker and Hodsdon were
here the latter part of the week taking measurements of the water in Arrow and O'Kell creeks in connection
with the local irrigation scheme, and
announce that there is ample of the
wet goods to supply moisture for at
least sqoq acres.
The Red Cross Society is winding
up affairs, and the last meeting will be
held on the first Friday in October.
All parties having work to bring in
kindly do so before that date. October
3rd is the date of the annual meeting
and all interested in Red Cross work
are invited to attend.
B. O. Hunt, of Nelson, the government horticulturist, pi-edicts the Valley plum crop will exceed last year's
by at least 25 per cent., bringing the
production of these up to almost 5000
crates. On Saturday night last the
Union had handled more than they
had sold for the whole of 1918.
C. B. Garland, who was at Nelson
on legal business the fore part of the
week, reports that the Nelson business men who are to visit Creston on
fair day, are bringing the Veterans
brass band of that city with them,
end they will help furnish music for'
the exhibition. It numbers about 22
**** i * * s i c i j*-*1 c.
Rev. <"*-. H. Hamilton, the somewhat
long-expected pastor of the Creston
Methodist church, arrived on Tuesday
accompanied by Mrs. Hamilton, and
are now getting nicely settled in the
parsonage. For the present the old
order of service will "be maintained���
Creston at 11.15 and 7.30, and Canyon
in the afternoon.
A feature of this year's   game regu-
ln. f*,i_.rpa t.V.u.-'. -jeiiII   *...*4CPTr_-c_t-    t\vxx ���* t, tr.-...'1-.c
��P-rW TA AP.' *  ��� PP_* ^***a*PWr . *t     m *L St        _-->-��  *XdT-0 m    ���*.  *& *** V ft * *W*       _J_    **  *"*     "**    ^      ��� ���   ���   �� V^K*
is the spot cash bounty of 10 cents tin
crows. Proyincial palice Vaehon has
the necessary forms and - ash to do
business with, and till that is needed
to get the money is to produce the
dead crow's head. The bounty on cougar is now $25, with  wolyes   at $15.
until Wednesday, has been decidedly
showery and in consequence haying
operations have not only been delayed
but some quantity of this feed has
been destroyed. Report has it that
the late August rains have materially
helped the crops in Southern Alberta
and that there will be considerable
grain cut for green feed.
Chairman Nelems and directors
Ward, Davies and Latta of the provincial land settlement board were
here on an official visit to the soldier
settlement area at Lister on Saturday.
Mr. Neleni3 particularly was greatly
taken with the rapid progress Col.
Lister and his state is making in getting this area ready for the men who
are waiting to cultivate it, as well as
the first-class all _round accommodation the camp attords. This week
saw work started on clearing the
-���f thirtieth farm. During the week, too,
three more men moved their families
in. and four more are away   for their
wives ana eneets.
Electric light has arrived at Creston
the R. S. Bevan garage being now illuminated with the white light. While
at Calgary last month Dick purchased
an electric plant which he will use fox-
re-charging auto batteries^ and which
has sufficient capacity to bandle forty
50 dandle power lights as well. It is
equipped with storage batteries, that
will run this number   of lights   for 26
^.���.^-.-���o      "Wso ?-���� t.t*~-t~-*y -^�����-m.tr*\hi. i****"?*******" ��t ���**onnp.
ity will take cai-e of 10 them at once if
desired, the generator being of 500
watt capacity, each battery requiring
22 hours to completely re-charge. After wiring the garage any surplus
juice will be sold to light other premises in the neighborhood of the garage.
Auto owners will appreciate this im
proveei service. Hitherto batteries had
to be sent to Vancouver to be xe-
charged.
^mgm&'S*
-Si
The Ledge claims business at the
(-Jreenwood postoffice is greater right
now than it was a year ago.
Thi)
 !JL"
voraBitf-BiJ-irr
Mffigisyfsiigyg!
The bird and deer season
oqens to-morrow, with grouse
takable for onlv two weeks.
Local and Personal
m
weeks
old.
With such a short bird sea-
sun, and not much time to
--pare for hunting, it is import -
;int thai you use the very host
p^hells and Cartridges.
Tl.i-
���l.e-  be-
li nes
'.he f
yr-ar
-st   to
we
be
handling
j ire
had in these-.
. and specially reeouimend
avorahlv-known   Dornini-
e ill
Lr'>��')��_s.      Io   those   we   have
Pigs For  Sale���Five
Guy Constable. Creston.
For the night of Sept. 27th a dance
is announced for the Peekin theatre.
Full particulars next   week.
Bicycle For Sale���A Rambler
bicycle, in good condition, cheap for
cash, at. Beviin's garage. Creston.
Wanted���For the month of October, a helper,.te�� pick and pack apples,
woman pr��ferr-eil. Apply H. Lyne
Creston.
Mrs.   Oatway   will   receive   for the
first time   this   season   on  Thursday
afternoon next, Sept. 18th, from three
till five.
The usual sen-vices at the usual hours
in Holy Cross Church are announced
for Sunday, Sept. 1-lth, by Father Des-
iimiijis.
Copies e��f the* Creston fall fair prize
list anel entry forms to be had at. tho
postoffice. Don't be bashful in asking
for your ceipy.
Mawson BrotbeM-s have** a large* new
supply of Brunswick gntmaphemi* re--
eeirds e>n the way, which should be
here, any day now.
Morning prayer with celebration of
Holy Communion at 11 o'clock on
Huuiliiv. Kev. Mahood will be at Sir*
elar in   the-   ewe-ning.
Ifly^di dllli
~1iiYm~���ttx\h,
mjuwubVk
I     Mrs. Andy Miller is a Nelson visitor
i this wee'k, anil will   preibiibly undergo
1  !*i , ,jw>: ii inn    in    I lie-   hospital in that
! eil y he-lore returning.
i
j     A. I.. Swanson, <'.JJ.J{.. agent, is tnk-
' in^ liis  annual   two months' holiday.
! In    his    ahse-nec
! "!;.::'-':��� e;f The nO-Oem.
T.   W.    I.nndy   has
i ���>
���.,.n
le',
< i-t io ere
)-�������������� -r~t
Slie.t
111 ��� .* i -�� i.
I'i He ( ^art ridge
(
oine
���; .Mr!'.  :.-
' II   I'lilllM
aniiek
i HI) ��'e ii I1'
���hells
in
,i i,
a nd
-���i'i
advantage.-
acknowledged l��y
e i      I ie-      r it-r|. ���< -t |e j||
SI-..*
'      lhe'*-,<'
1 ���. ' r,    T I, i
of    rhi
ill
I'lu.HKi-viNe' Pkac.mi.h Quantity eif
< "im wl'oi el pe>ar-he-K, me-eliiini size. 7f��c.
(���rati-at rancli. e>r $1 (.rate eleliv-ie-el.
M. M'-Cjiihy, Ci-estem.
N'i-w p-ainpltps of I'all anel winter siiil,-
iii^.   .1 nil UVJ'I i-oilt .. just   il) lit     MilWWlll
|{in*p.     \Vre    j'uij    save-    you    money em
I yi ����� 11- ii i;i<te
i
ean    save
toi ii'iler I'lolhi'h,
lie
Mi'-.
.il.-li-.
Iji-j -f
r.i  i:
I.    II,iiiii->p iimi lie-    I v. 11    Kii-pp,
ii ie-ft  on    S.tlureliiy    for   '1'iail,
t le-    hit ii-i      will    ri-niiiiii wit h
ed home frtim overseas, went back to
work as assistant at the C.P.R. depot
on Mtmday. Stan, had the position before enlisting in 1917.
Creston Women's Institute meets
this afternoon, and among the business listed for this session is arranging
for serving hot lunches to the pupils
attending Creston school.
The Ladies' Aid of the Presbyterian
Church have decided to serve their
annual thanksgiving dinner on the
Friday evening before Thanksgiving
Day.    Full particulars later.
Dr. I'e-.ideiSp-.n this week took de-
liverv of a new Ford car from the
Bewail garage. It is the very newest
1919 design, including the electric
light and self-starting features.
Copies of the Cranbrook fall fair
prize list ean be had of E. C. Gibbs at
the postoffice. It is worthy of special
attention as almost $950 is hung up in
prizes in the fruit classes alone.
At the Board of   Trade   meeting on
Tuesday night it, was decided to write
authorities at Victoria   asking for the
building of a sidewalk   from   the-Mc
Croath cornurtothe new fair grounds.
_\.lthough there have boon unconfirmed reports of frost touches in the
Valle-y the past week, '".S���or Hix 'degrees above, free-zing���is the lowest, the
govewiment thermometer lias register ed.
Word has just- been received that if
a. suitable- five or six room house, with
stabling accommodation can ho secured a two-man detachment e��f the*.
MfMHt'e-el Pe>liee> will be* Incited at
Creston.
Henry Chester, who has been second
in command at. the- (*. I��.l{. station for
the past ye'iir, left, this wee>k foi- Cranbrook. for a vat-iil ion before returning
t.o work with I lie compiinv m, .some
either centre.
Prosecutions for contraventions of
tiie' Fruii. Marks Ae:i are in jileiNpect.
{I rower;-, have* l*i>ej. eauj'ht mtevVet i oust nfV hardly up to No. ._ standard us
eleiinesl iir park iititl |inlie-e> court, pro-
eeedings are' pending.
Word e-aine- on Tiiesdav thai the
t'. I". !(., hail eoneeiieil a rale-eil single
fare for the lonnil trip tei Crc.sl.ou ill
t-ejiiiiei-t ie .ii wiih t he fall fair.
Messrs. Walmsley, Bevan and Allan
have been named a committee to look
after getting sleeping accommodation
especialls' for the Nelson men who will
be here for the fall fair. Hotel at-com-
modatiod is entirely inadequate and it
is asked that citizens who can sleep
one or more e>f the visitors for the Saturday night will notify any one of
these gentlemen.
The week-end weather, and even up
Quality goods at prices
that can't be beat.
Creston Mercantile
**, m*.mm I
miy
td,
The end of the 1918 Apple .season, owing to certain conditions, saw Growers and Shiooer.s takintr con-
siderable 1 esses on Apples.
We are always up against the probability of car
shortage, and liable to have to face conditions similar
to 11)18 at any time.
Much of last season's losses wonld have been
avoided if all our Winter Apples had been wrapped,
for the reason that buyers were afraid to chance shipping unwrapped stuff in cold weather.
It is the best kind of price insurance to wrap
Winter Apples. To help Growers to do this we are
selling Macintosh and Wealthy apples Orchard Run���
these to be put up what is known as "face and fill.*'
and lyuist not have one's packed out.
"*�����*...
Gro&ton Fruit
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