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Array &%&������&������������& .      --  ^������������������:'.���������;:^ ''%���������������������������:���������-'P::^r- ;^:Z-^  &?:'LKi^Srrr-^^.iSMrJSSEBS  Vol. Xi.  ORESTON, B.C., FRIDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1919  No. 35  *���������-,  m  Mrs. Rudd was a Nelson yisitor the  fore part of the week, returning on  Tuesday.  Edward Bufcierfield, who is taking  treatment at the sanitarinR. 'at, Balfour, was home for a few days visit  last week.  Ashley Cooper is taking advantage  of the existing fine weather to get  .along with clearing operations on the  20-acre tract to the north of his residence.  Wynndel district madequite a showing in the pium section of the fruit  class at Creaton fair. In six chances  they captured four first prizes and one  second, the Moon and Ashley Cooper  ranches being responsible.  Sam Moon, however, carried off the  big end of the prizes for the local ex-  hibitirs with five firsts and one secojad  mi It'ii entries. His red tickets were  on the crate and plate of tomatoes.  Lombard and Green Gage plums, and  Grimes Golden apples. His second  was on the plate of tomatoes���������getting  be>ih prises in that section.  Paul Hagen was another quite sue*  cessful exhibitor at Creston fair, with  a Hi-st on saddle y-ouy and second on  dairy cow oyer two years. Mrs. Hagen  won first on butter���������prints.  John Bathie was"*, a business visitor  at Cranbrook a few days 3aet  week  Mr.   Dewar,  Monrad  and  Joe Wigen  and Miss Olga Wigen were also at the  fair, making the trip by auto.  Tbe box factory is still running to  capacity on the day side, with an occasional overtime shift to take care of  rush orders. The anrde box output  will exceed last yeai-'s considerable,  and everyone pleased with the pine  end and cotton wood side box that is  - being made.  Cam,   Billy   Morris,   and    Mesdames  Grundy, Aspey and Loasby.  ''  Sirdar h?������d bnt one exhibitor at the  Creston fair, the North ranch having  entries in.fri.it and vegetables. In the  ladies' work class Mrs. North had a  number of articles of embroidery on  exhibit, which helped materially to  brighten up that department of the  exhibition,  the best at the show.  The North peaches were  Larger Crowd  _���������   *-~V9   i%~i%2x99 _S-_.aS*_.J. &������"&  Mis. Brewis, wife of the school  principal, is leaving shortly on an extended trip to the Peace River country, where she will yisit her sister for  a time.  All the local employees were highly  complimented by Supt. Maharg for  the excellent time and manner in  which they handled the Prince of  Wales special train out of here last  "Wednesday nights In their new overalls and gloves Messrs. Loasby.Tuohey,  Defines, et a! certainly presented ths  best possible appearance.  Conductor Joe Jackson was in  charge of the royal train, which was  made up of.^fcen coaches and two engines, and is said to be the heaviest  passenger engine handled over the  Crow line. His trainmen were Messrs.  Mcintosh aud Wallace-, -while Engineers Brock and Magee were at tbe  throttles. Although at least three  hours late out of here the train i-each-  ed Macleod only half an hour behind  schedule. As a slight token of appreciation of Con. Jackson's masterly  handling of this leg of the prince's trip  MjlVOV      Tlrjllv      BM_jrorJ*i_st-__        tbtlf.      -Too      *">*������  made governor of Ireland when home  rule is inaugurated.  ... The  twelve   acres****pest the   ^|*y_i>  ranch   has just changed  hands,    tb  on  just changed hands, the  buyor being J C Clark, a brother of  Mrs. Moon, who visited here a few  months ago. He is awaitsng *i supply  of lumber to run tip a bouse and will  then get busy on clearing operations.  "SSg*g3^������0������  Misses Myrtle and Mai-geory Goodman are Nelson residents at present,  where they are attending college.  Mrs. Jones of Kuskanook was? hero  on Friday on her return from Creston  where she had been on a business  visit���������transferring Edgnr Wright's  bank account to Vancouver, where* be  is now located.  Rev. J. S. Mahood of Queen's Bay  was a Sundav caller here for the usual  every-throe weeks' Church of I-.tigl.-iml  service.  ("reston callers this week include G.  SATURDAY- Oa. ii  Third I'.pisoeh' of  Till] KH.UTFOIi MILLIONS  Il.iebbi Nova In  Till'] CHANGING WOMAN  Wins    girl'-j    love    ������>n     mountain  heights only tei ln.se it at the  se-a level.  Billy vVo-jI rvp.pje.ly  JUJ|.t'i.Al.l/.ING BILLY  MATINKK at '..il0|uii.  Adults !10c.        Childie*n2.*e*.  MONDAY. Oct. 13  .1 line- l'.lrieh.i' in  Til IV   Wintl "V   Ml."   IM.'Uli'UU'l'-OV  Who Kille-d HeiNs Mell.i-.nb-l*"?  Ceiilif    .'(llll  llll  -'<���������        rl |li.'(   UI.  liber woeids.  >f    tb.  TWO-I.IOI'.I. COMKIIV  AI'TKKMHIN nt   j-.'.U,  -  Aebibl :tlli* ef'hilih'en :  i-lvt'llill*^ pi'il'e'S Ibe same'  KVKNINII  nt   7.:i(t     One show  at  I... .I.u  Si  be-  ii ���������  I  L. H. Hussack last week sold his 20-  aere ranch here to a Mr. McQueen who  is*"-"rom Alberta, aria who takes poses-'  sion shortly. The ranch is quite well  improved, and it is the buyer's intention to make it one of the show places  in these parts. A  Canyon on Wednesday last wished  Mr. and Mrs. Con. Hall godspeed and  a safe return e>n a trip east that will  take them to the olel home at Woodstock, N.B.. where they will visit for  some time. The Hall place was sold to  G. Davey, a returned soldier, at $5000,  which includes everything but wearing apparel belonging te^ the seller's.  At that. figuye certainly Mr. Hall sold  at at least. $1000 below today's value,  and such tangible consideration for a  war yeteran cannot, be too highly commended. Mr. Davey has* secured one  of the choicest places in the Valley.  Tbe soldiers' memorial fund dance  and entertainment in the schoolhouse  on Friday night hist was "-jilendidly attended, and a most enjoyable' evening  was spent throughout by tha large  crowd. The ufiair will net at least $10  for the proposed memorial.  Mrs. Knott, who bas been a Glenlily  yisitor since the end of August, arrived home last week.  The trustees haye decided to take a  slightly different type of desk than originally intended���������and which were enit  of stock at the coast. The new sort  haye been shipped, anel are expected  any day now.  Engineer lb-unsay and Foreman  Moor were in this section last week in  specting the* ra.td making that is being  demo on the' Krickson-side approach to  tlie new high level bridge*. Tho irrigation authorities. Comptroller Cleveland and Engineer Biker, were also  vi.-i.lpji.**. iu ibis section last Tuesday  am! Wednesday.  Rev. (.!. Hamiltein is reorganizing the  Methodist   Church   work   here   em  a  bi.'irte*": \i-j i-\ t he hitev-f, move being  the- fin unit inn of a quarterly boarel of  which the> following are' the members:  Mrs. Knott, (". Strong and W. S. (Jii-  ��������������������������� ��������� ��������� ���������            " -   '���������".,*-  aeats are' instalb-d at the' scheml it h  e'xpe'cle'd the' e-hnre.h servie-cs will be?  held iu the* M-hnnlhnUHe*.  Apple pit-kiii]'; and packing i:i -.till  tin- ..hie-f eie-i-upation e>f the raiicheT  anel from pre-sent appi'araue'C the Canyon sect inn will have, almost ..JO.).' box-  I   .-     il>    .   llill-   rl      I'llill      III     "J   >     lll'l'    <*<*������ I I        ll*.   l-l'  lill.N.  Creston Valley's 1919 fail fair is now  a "matter of history. While there was  a falling off in entries in some departments, amounting to a matter of about  fifteen per cent, on the whole as compared with last year, when one remembers the___adyerse conditions the fair  people were up against, especially in  the miserable weather that prevailed  the day previous as well as throughout  fair day itself, this year's exhibition  may rightly be described as eminently  successful in every way���������the gate receipts running 50 per cent, in excess of  a year ago.  The new main .building, comfortably  housed   all  the   exhibits,_except   the  stock and poultry, and was electrically  lighted by a Delco plant supplied by  the Cranbrook Electric Light Co., who  had   Messrs. Eakin   and   McPhee   in  charge.  *  During   the   afternoon   there  were  sports of yarious sorts, including races  for the juveniles, as well as a couple of  Indian    events.    These,   along    with  baseball   matches*- in  which    Creston  i.a������_ipl.i.y p-ispOoPt* o*. a piruiiiii au<i "Were  in similar fashion beaten by the.crack  Wycliffe   team,   who took  home the  $50 ca"-*h prize, helped the crowd which  numbered  almost  1000 of all ages to  pass tbe   afternoon  as pleasantly  as  possible in the rather frigid  weather  that obtained.  Ttt"    #*.1"������������_i   fi-nif.    qi*_oHr\n     -f-Ito    c.V������_,\*������*tr     *������yaec.  .*.-.*        V B-aVrf        M- 0    * 0 0 <XS O-prl'b -.-V-"* 0.A* U<4>P-I     ���������   Lmt 0.- P-f   ������ T 0 0   *y~\ %~v  fully equal to 1918.'? There were fewer-  boxes on dxhibit, but this was amply  made up by an increase in the plate  stuff. Tbe coyeted Speers' cun, for  the best five boxes of apples in the  show was won. by the Truscott Bros,  with Delicious, with Jas. Cook second  with the same variety, and Jas. Adlard  third with a sho-iK^f Wealthy and.-Mcintosh lied. Last year this cup was  won by Mis. J. W. Hamilton, while  previous, to that it was held by Mr.  Cook. The best colored box of apples  (for yariety) was won by VV. V. Jackson with Kings, while Jas, Cook scored firsts on both the best box as well  as the best packed box, his Delicious  being scored the best box in the hall.  There was an especially heavy showing in the boxes in Macintoshes in  which Miss Hazel Andrew was again  winner, while in competition with six  others in Jonathans and with four in  Wagners the Cook ranch took the  red tickets in each case. In the plates  there was some outside competition,  the Mackie ranch *it Bsowell winning  Cox Orange, and taking second on  Wagner, while in peaches Arthur  North was the winner, with E. Simmons second. In the fruit department  of the ball Truscott. Bros, bud their  Gilford apple grading machine at work  and it attracted much fayorable attention all afternoon.  prize on the Robin Hood special between Mrs. Birney and Mrs. C. Cotterill. The same state of affairs happened in the canned goods T.vhere Mrs.  Downs and Mrs. Cook were equal for  first honors on the three jars of canned fruit.  The  show of cattle  was similar in  ���������til-""*"-- tho lilcf. roor* Villi". VO~OT������OCeOnf i*r> nr  ���������vi-���������*������������������������-���������������������- -v-��������� --M.-J. v������ j trn'-mm. y       tr *.0tj mT^f---.-*-*-'-d0.0\.xm.0fmt  more exhibitors. The coveted Bank  of Commerce medal for the best beef  breed cow went to J. H. Webster of  Alice Siding, with Paul Hagen of  Wynndel second, while W. V. Jackson captured the ether Bank of Commerce medal for best dairy breed cow.  Messrs. Rodgers, Compton and Maxwell were other winners in the cattle  class, with S. A. Speers scoring first  on registered Jersey heifer.  The judges in the different classes  were: Fruit���������Ben Hoy of "V em on,  and W. J. White of Victoria. Livestock -ind Poultry���������Dr. Rutledge, Cranbrook, and E. C. Gale of Vancouver.  Juvenile���������Principal Smith and Vice-  Principal Pearce of the Creston.school.  Needlework���������Mrs. MacKenzie of Nelson, and Mrs. C. B. Garland. Cooking and canned goods���������Mrs. Chalmers  o��������� Thrums, and Mrs. (Rev.) Hamilton.  Miss Ruth Smith is a Nelson yisitor  this wee}., a visitor with her sister,  Mrs. Fred Taylor, now resident there.  The. first deer of the season   were  taken  by local  hunters   on   Sunday  when Ron, and  Hector Stewart got a  couple of nice_ones in  the timber back  of the schoolhouse.  Mr. and* Mrs. Hamilton Wells and  young daughter, arrived last week  from Victoria, on a visit to the former's father, Dr. Primrose Wells.  Misses Mona and Ursula Wells are also  here from the capital on a visit to  their father.  Miss Edna Parker, who has been a  visitor with Miss Bertha Pease, re**  turned home on Monday.  _ __-_ ?-.     V- ..  nay cuti-nig" operations  were officially closed last week and the  cattle are again finding pasture at  their old haunts on the flats.  Rev. T. McCord was here for the in-  ital Presbyterian service in the school-  house on Sunday afternoon, and was  favored with a turnout, of fifteen.  S*H*        X^rtrxV-r.  ���������    _-Lr.    J-JLiy _rcr,  *���������=.->!;*."  The dry season, of course cut down  tbe show tif reiots and vegetables there  be'ing entries in about two-thirds of  tbe sections listed. E. Simmons bad a  fine display in the best collection, and  well deserved a first prize on it. Sam  Moon had things all his own way on  tomatoes getting first on his crate.  and both first anel second on the plates  As was the cam* in 11)18 his display of  tomatoes* were just about piibction  for color and were splendidly uniform  as to si'/c. kTho North ranch .it Sirelar  had some of its product em exhibit, tbe  display oTegg plant and marrow being  very n< itieeable.  Tn tlie ladies' section there was a  larger display in the needlework elates  than last. year. The entry was birge.-it  in t li,'. '.o..,i;l tejV i:i yoke, i.i lili.l, .:��������� pji.Ij.!,  where Mrs. Compton won oyer <'i<j"ht  other compi-titeuH. Another large  entry was in tliei buttoboles, where  Ml";. W. V. .l.w'.-.-nn tool, (be red  tii-ke-t in eeimpel il ion with halt" a .dozen  olheiH. Miss A. Doyle yery kindly  Inmieil   the*  evhibit inn   n colli-cl ion eif  1*1 1 1      \ < ���������   v , .           ���������'-.'. ' ���������-'���������'���������.���������   I--:'"    I  <���������'   .  pieecH   comprising   the*   bit   a) frai-l big '  uo e'liel of atte'iil iem from the lady visit- j  mt', while- a, smaller  ilispiay   of  eirmi-  me-utal  embi oidi'iy  by   Ml*. North  of j  Nirelar was  also ye*ry nuie-b   ailmire'd.  In the ceinkfry thi'.rheiw was almn-it j  c<|iwill<i lastr rejir, flmuu,h   the exhibit |  nl   biernl    was   liis.i III 11 ii nl i in*- I be   ii.'i-  I i'ui'i-   eil    Ibis   was   the'   lie   for   r.econd  H. Martin and family arrived back  from Red Deer, Alta., a few days ago,  to which point they moved from here  in 1916. For the present they are occupying the house on the Lewis ranch.  Indian harvest help has had to be  requisitioned to get in the vegetable  crop, W. H. Kemp having some of the  reds busy at potato digging. Spuds  are running about 4 tons to the acre.  Miss Asseltine of Calgary, Alta., is a  Erickson visitor this week with Miss  Jane Long, with whom she went to  college in the Albertu city about three  y������*ars ago.   :  The Union Sunday school is now  meeting in the .-"-fternorTn of each Sabbath at 2.80, instead of in the morning  Every second Sunday Rev. G.H. Hamilton, the Valley's new Methodist pastor, pays the school a visit. The attendance is around 40 at present.  Another prairie visitor is our former  citizen, Frank Martin, who is stopping  at the Martin ranch. Frank has been  with the Mounted Police the last three  years, joining up at Maple Creek,Sask.  Miss Palmer reports an enrollment  of 25 pupils at the Erickson school for  September, with au ayerage attendance of 21. Those registering perfect  attendance are Lloyd Cartwright,  Walter and Robert Dodds and Aubrey  Kemp.  Erickson growers were much to the  fore in tiie fruit exhibits at the Creston fair last month���������as well us in some  other classes. In fact this section ae*-  1'ounted for more than 50 per t'cut. of  the stuff shown.  f.������������. special investigator, Cranbrook. is the buyer of the  Bartholomew ranch, paying -$8200 for  the place. As soon as Mr. Long secures another residence the Beyts  family will take possession.  G. H. Bohlee is now a resident of  Creston, moying there last week, into  Mrs. M. Young's property on Fourth  street, which he has purchased.  Harry Farrell  was   a  visitor  with  Nelson friends a few d.-iys last week.  A quiet but pretty wedding was solemnised at high nocin on October 1st  at the home, of Mr. and Mrs. J. H.  Webster, when their eldest daughter.  Miss Ella, was united in marriage  with Mr. Howard B. MacDonald <������f  Calgaay, Rev- T. McCord officiating*.  Only the fatuity and a few immediate  friends witnessed the happy event, the  couple being unattended, and the  bride gowned in her travelling suit  of navy blue serge. Tbe bride was  givsn away by ber father. After the  ceremony a sumptuous wedding dinner was served and Mr. and Mrs, MacDonald left on tbe afternoon train on  a wedd ng trip to Seattle, Victoria and  Vancouver, after which they will  make their home at Calgarv, Alta.,  where the groom is nmnagcr for a well  known insurance company. During  the residence of Mr. anel Mrs. Webster  here the past four yeare tbe bride won  the friendship of quite a few of the  Vallej- citizens, all of whom extend  best wishes for their future happiness.  A number from here are showing  fruits anil vegetables at the Cre-.ton  fair tomorrow,, with some' inteie^t  attaching to Sam Melon's show of tomatoes, which are counted on to beat  Erickson,s best. --  Watch for our  Seasonable  Announcement  Next week,  CRESTON   MERCANTILE  * Co., Ltd":  Business Accounts  Tlie complete bankim. facilities Druviclct! hy  !>.���������,   1.1,4     ���������  \      X H X   I   4 * \.     .1  1 *- i        i'uua  accounts    the   can*   and  deserve.  >     ^i"> ������-.'���������     i 'ii.*-*! I O���������>.-���������  attention   thev  ...:n  Will  I-...  I  JllJll  . 1  J III.  .'.ir.U''.'.>  V.'i.i  iiijei   i i.e.   .ii'i v irr.s   I'-r.-UiTt-'U    i������v  litis   hank   of  the   greatest   a-*si*-'*an',e   in  conducting their husiuess.  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THE     REVIEW,     CRESTON,     B.     a  l  j Throbbing Headache  Made to Disappear  Over Night  Follow    This   Advice   and   You'll  Get Relief Mighty  Quick  truth. In your room���������have you got  pictures of Darthea stuck up all over  the place?''  Rugglcs shook his bead with a  smile.  "No," he answered; "I haven't a  single picture  of her."  "Nor of any other girl?" She paused and watched  the   color  mounting  Headaches   are   caused  bv   the  ac   ,      ,      _       ,    ,      . , -  cumulation  of  poisons  in   the  blood. !muici'  R"SS"*<-S s   clear  skin  The  cure is  not  difficult.  First, cleanse the entire intestinal  tract.  Second, stimulate the action of the  kidneys and liver.  Third, keep the. pores of the skin  open.  Lastly, regulate    the    bowels    aud  avoid  constipation  as  you  would  tlie j  plague.  The remedy is Dr. Hamilton's  Pills, which cure the dizziest headache ever known.  In fact, people who use Dr. Hamilton's Pills never havc headaches,  because they regulate thc 'system so  thoroughly   that   no   chance   is   given  for a sick condition  to  develop. j almost  to  indignation.  m Away   with   your     headaches,      be*-. |     "Of course not!" he answered  done     with     dizziness,  languor     audi .<���������  ,    .,, _,��������� ,-,       ,  biliousness ��������� use Dr. Hamilton's you llnnk "* d put tmnSs llkc that on  Pills, and enjoy the health that they '*"���������>' "wlis beside your pictures? What  alone can bring. Contain nocliing do you take me for?" His face flush-  but vegetable   extracts     aud     juice?, ! ej_  and arc  absolute!v  safe  for  children, i     ..,   , ,      ���������  women or men.      Get thc genuine Dr  I       "*"   bcS   -vour     l'*ir*-*������������-  Hamilton's     Trills     in   yellow     boxes  25c each.  I've got sonic pictures of you,"  said   hc.  "Of   mc!"   Ruth   exclaimed.  "Yes. They're just prints 1 cut out  of illustrated papers. I've had three  of them ever since you made your  debut a couple of years ago. You  don't mind, do you?" Jlc regarded  her anxiously.  "I ��������� don't know," said Ruth slowly, and gave him a very intent look.  "Havc you any pictures of other women?     Stage  people���������or  celebrities?"  Rugglcs's   shocked   look   amounted  "Do  ing oft' and forgetting it," said be, almost inaudibly. "Thank you ��������� ever  so much. I guess I won't worry  much about���������abont all that I've been  telling yon���������now iliat I've got this.  You've helped me more* than���������more  than anybody else.- ever did, Miss  Downing.     I'd   better   go.   now���������"   ���������  "Wait a minute," said Ruth. "I'll  wrap it up for you."  She disappeared again, to return  immediately with a piece of wrapping-paper in which she hastily enveloped thc portrait and handed it  to Kugglcs, who u.o'p. it like one in  a  trance.  "Good-bvc, Miss Downing," said  he.  Ruth gave, him her hand. "Don't  forget to let mc. know how you suc-  -*--?  c*1"������ rx  ~fl~T~-  ���������-.M  lcsyin*rr  to-  Wr"   ^&mm//x\r *^\m\Y  v~w  \hi~i **"������������������*������������������./S3!.l  ���������Ml 311**  -W  '&���������������-���������*���������>������������������ ..-___.  V,  aaeS  f  "���������"*���������  if~\ ���������  1 ��������� -aa/ tra  \\i  f^~/ A a. **������_*��������� "-W/ K-*>  u\     BY      HENRY G. ROWLAND  Copyrighted. Printed by ipecial  arrangement  with  Thos.  Allen,  Toronto.  %~=r*  ^  "I  softly.  )))  (Continued)  said     Ruth,  "Well," said Ruth, slowly, "I  would put these two women 'way  back of my mind, and work hard for  the day to come when they'd be  mighty glad to resume thcir friendship with me. I'm pretty sure that  that day will come, and so arc you.  All you've got to do now is to make  good, do you understand? You've  got your future pretty well marked  out. Think of tiiat. You expect to  get the snauagcrship of this Vienna  branch, und vou  After   tin  gcr*"2"i.  time   ir.c  ror*\   "md  rut.   and  thing.     V  ertainly deserve,  it.  at.   you   may   get   the   mana-  oi*  Austria,  and   perhaps     in  ���������   managership   of   aii   of   ]'."..-  then   of  the  whole  conlin-  the   whole  you   i-.n'ivY  going   to  *c   vou   act  :   pc:..r.ps  \'ouiig,  and  and   \ ou're  i   i o.  De.".!  I.'  4  .    .   4..   ,  : 1 1 11 e  ,1  11!  lik  - u.  sai.l  "' ''.'>  :i:c  j ou re  -.   "Af-  niai n  :\t i.-tdicr  you,  thai |  it    lo ;       I  p..,,  *...._.-���������  -..\-jiU ���������  said   Ruth,  "But why did you want ray  pj-iujca    -ii     youi      ruumi  "Well,"   said  Rugglcs, "it was  like  this.    I've always been mighty interested in   your  family,  naturally,  seeing as  I  never worked for anybody  else.    When  Dick was   in  college,   I  always kept  track of wliat bc. did in  athletics,  and  all,   and  kept  a  scrap-  book  of   clippings   that  I   cut  out   of  the papers telling all about thc games  he played and the races he rowed in.  and   all   that.     I've   got   some   bully  pictures of him putting thc shot. And  I've got some of your father, and tbc  yacht, and your country place.    You  sec, it was sort of like having a family of my own  to keep track of.    So  when*I came across these pictures of  you I naturally added them to my collection���������but I liked some of them so  much  that  I  tacked   them  up  on  my  wails,"     hc added     naively.       "They  seemed to make my lit.tlc place more  homelike."    Hc  glanced  anxiously at  Ruth, and was a bit disturbed at the  curious   expression   of   her   face   and  the fluttering of her long, dark lashes.  "1  hope  you  don't mind?"  said he  "No ��������� I ��������� don't mind," Ruth answered, and rose suddenly to her feet.  "Excuse  mc for a  minute,  please."  She slipped out of thc room, leaving poor Ruggles rather bewildered  anel wondering if she were displeased  at the warm personal interest thai he  had expressed iu her family and herself. But he was not kept long in  suspense, for a moment later she returned and handed him a photograph  oi herself in evening dress, which he  recognized at once as the original of  his half-le.no of her as a debutante.  Receiving this with the emotions of  a novitiate at his consecration, Ruggles's sudtlenly dinmicel eyes discovered that it was inscribed: "To Mr.  Rugglcs���������with thc best,.,wishes of  Ruth   DowninR."  "That was Dick's picture," said  I-';.'!:, with a breathless little laugh.  ".i'ni it's yi'jui'n now,. He  and for}:i >l  it. 1 ebtn't  laughed   again.  Re.!.'"./!'":-   .-fuilil   scarcely   trust   biui-  -' i:"   i'i   sp'-al'.  "Tlu re's  ii'i  danger  ui'  my ever go-  morrow after lunch for London and  Liverpool. Good-bye and good luck,  Mr. Ruggles."  Ruggles walked back to Passy with  thc rhythmic step and glazed eyes of  a somnambulist. Hc did not awake  from his trance until his buxom  Swiss landlady handed him a letter  with an  apologetic smile. -  "It came this morning. Mr. Ruggles," said she, "but Josef was careless and slipped it under the dGor of  our new boarder. Hc does not get  up until noon, so the error was not  discovered.'5  Ruggles thanked her and took thc  letter, and as he glanceel at the heading of the envelope, his heart, already sorely taxed, gave a sudden  bound. Here, at last, wore the long  expected official orders to go to  Vicuna and take command of the  new store. What a pity, hc thought, J  that Josef had been so careless! Vv'ith - nf>  this lettetr in his pocket, Iioav much  better equipped he would havc been  to talk to Miss Challand and Darthea. But, after all, it was not the  fault of the company. Thc company  had done its part and backed up his  claims as he had known all thc time  that, thc company would. "Put not  your faith in princes and other nobility," Ruggles thought, "but put it  in the Walkeasy Shoe Company, and  you can't go wrong."  He hurried to his room and, standing with back to thc last rays of thc  autumn sunset, t-jrc open the cnvcl-  'opc  and read  a***;, follows:  Everybody's happy when there  is Corn Svrtm on the table.   Do you  know that there is a White Syrup as well  as the delicious**,, golden  Crown Brand is unequalled as a Syrup for Pancakes, Muffins, as a spread for bread, for making  candy, sauces, .and in cooking, generally.  -f'   *ET   If    ^ J-**      "*S .- W W "S"   If  ���������**���������*������-*"* 'e!**  JL* ������.&->���������? S       W O I   I  ^  Best for Preserving and Marmalade making.  ;-    ��������� - s -. .     -4...     J   ������->_*iluJ������  IC is a ciear wnne coior auu    i*~n~  excellently!  Sold in 2, 5,10 and 20 pound  The CanRda, Starch Co., Limited  tins  Montr ������-a-  209  ���������trn riT������*^*M'������*''KM*������*J������ >���������������*������������������������������������������*��������� *i.������i iimu  f 4 *y, **(.      m-t rr, mt r\      ���������* rs *-\     --r. ���������*-.���������_-��������� .-*.������>(*      ���������.i -1 . Tl      ll fl _  *x-V-0-7.*,AfL.*xr^>        IIVIIV. 1--/U J*. J-������.V*L * ������-.   ������ -   V IT   0.%.*- x.0.0  decided or difficult customers, apt to  be irritable or taciturn with his fellow employees, and, as he had proved himself in his relations to Ruggles, treacherous and dishonest.  (To  Bc Continued.)  Aioei nnru  fen a LLP nnii  ice;lp ~im-i.-  He -���������.vent off  it, so he deserves to lose  carry them in stock." She  Mr.  Richard P. Rugglcs,  Walkeasy  Shoe   Company,   Paris,  France.  Dear Sir,���������Wc regret to inform you  that we find ourselves unable t.o ofTo:-  you thc managership of the new  branch store of thc Walkeasy Shoe  Company at Vienna.  For such an appointment, wc find  it preferable to assign, when possible,  a person thoroughly conversant with  thc business methods and language  of thc country in which thc store is  situated. Inasmuch as Mr. Max  Lorenz, recently employed in the  Paris store, appears to possess the  necessary requirements, besides having been formerly employed in a  rival establishment, and being ihcre-  fore well acquainted with the trade,  it has been found preferable to appoint him as manager of thc new  Vienna branch.  Wc assure yon that your application will remain' open to our consideration, aud, no doubt, in the event  of another European brunch store being established at a later date, wc  may bc able to offer you the desired  opportunity.  Yours very truly,  n. v. HASTiNCiS.  l-l-uropean General Manager \V. S. Co.  If Constipated, Bilious  or Headachy, take  "Cascarets"  i  ���������j  lo.*~0-0.*..0. m"���������.. ������������������������*���������>������������������������ ������������������������������������ t ������������������������������������������������������������ ..........a.............. ������������������*...���������  Feel grand! Be efficient! Don't  stay sick, bilious, headachy, constipated. Remove the liver and bowel  poisoii which is keeping your head  dizzy, your tongue coated, your  breath bad and your stomach sour.  Why not get a small box of Cascarets and enjoy thc nicest, gentlest  laxative-cathartic you ever experienced? Cascarets never gripe, sicken or  inconvenience, one like Salts, Oil,  Calomel or harsh pills. Cascarets  bring sunshine to cloudy minds and  half-sick bodies. Thcy work while  you sleep.  Spanking doesn't cure bed-wetting  ������������������the trouble is due to weakness  of the Internal organs. My stsccessfnl  home treatment will be found helpful.  Send no money but "write me today for  frets trial treatment. "My treatment is  equally successful for adults, troubled  ���������with urinary difficulties.  m~. ~\. SUMMERS, Box 966 Windsor, Oat  Australia's Shipping .Needs  Russia possesses the longest canal  in thc world. . It starts at Pctrograd  and goes to the frontier of China,  4,500 miles'.  ONLY TABLETS MARKED  "BAYER"   ARE   ASPIRIN  Serious Position of Outward Goods'  Traffic   Has  Not Shown  Improvement  Melbourne,' Victoria.���������"More steamers, especially with insulated space,"  is the constant demand of Australian  merchants, and thc serious position  of thc outward goods' traffic lias not  shown the improvement which peace  was expected to bring. For nearly  two ycars 2,000 casks of pickled pelts  have been waiting transport, and  100,000 cases of canned fruit and jams  and. 50,000 cases of canned meat cannot be shipped. Six thousand tons  of tallow aud edible fats, and 250 tons  of powdered milk arc among thc accumulated exports in Australian  sheds and on Australian wharves. %    (  Let a  woman  have  her  will,     and  she'll  give  herself  away.  Nr  A-.p  /\  -ft**-* -'***'   v  /  to "Bayer Cross"  ���������N. Jti~^~\-\~  \  W ZZ)... >.a%  V  T W i  i' h  Si,  r        "-.,*������������������������,   \  V ZZ'  s:  i -  S-rrmm-  \  V v  \  \  \A:.  vx  r-i i /    . Tn  u. ^ ���������"*������������������_���������������'���������     - ^ !  j-.-A,���������;������������������."-' ,  J   '      -../.  W'  ���������      I, J     III'   II \    '.     I ,11'  .   '.      fli"     f"*n ii i ji i-  Ir.-I      I'"/     |r|iy " u-l.l II  I      f  ���������I'l /Hirn frllrt iMrlrj  If > ,','! ���������/   In   li'm xi;  i-iifi I  'I*  I   I.JIIlr.l-1  j-ri.i .ur  <|.ii iii  ��������� ,.;-  I rut  (.rr-  rUt-fr-   ;,������ f,:.\\r "tn-   tt __>.������������������;ri���������"'J.*-y-*r"���������'Vow mp-Ht mmy  A*  or   nvri    jillji-  f    iii   e ii run in.  . mi nc  J'" ��������� il'  I lr.,;r.r    .   I .,  I ,  J.,|.  >...'���������  ''UttyeM**'  CUAI'TKR-Yni.  There are times in thc lives of  most of us when the whole unive-rse  appears lo become enie- big, rruid,  practical joke, of whieh we are the  helplcss,  unde-se-rving  victims.  S'i it s^'Miiei] now to liuggb";. lie,"  had worked., honestly and failli 1'iilly  for the "Walkcasv Shoe Coinpanv,  giving it his most earnest cllorts and  11 _> in���������-���������; le- prepare hiiii'-ell' lo serve its  in.t-re:���������'(*��������� In :���������. In'ori.der <*:>pr<ei(y. What  had been the result? Not only luiel  the- company failed to Rive him the  reward which he felt to be his eltie,  but, '.���������.!'.:'.' v.:i:: !*:\!- w'*>r:".e:*, il i'.i'iiii''<1  lo Kiic'-h':' that it hail been guilty of  biokeii faith. It had kIvcu hiui ils  as-urance ihat his -services were soon  f i b" '���������!". ir...,; <r.il aeeordiii;' lo . Tlf-ir  iiieiil*., lln ii preferred abeive his head  a man whej hail been in its employ  '.i.i]!   !"'.ii|-   month:',   anel   v.'bo  , :,.   .:,.  ..; :.;��������� ...,;.,...) .... .1  ��������� i-   i ' in v ii i r.i   had  uol   I lie*  half  o.-.ii   a'niliiy   ar.el   lainwleilge-   ejf  im" :..     \\ hat  hail   I .oreii/  rvcr  i"i     ih''    \\'.ill'< ���������:i*.y    Slioe.   Coin-  W I,..!     ! ..'I   hi .     father     ever  i"i'.i'   I.im       I...) ni/.  was an  in-  i '    ' . !���������    i''.in,    t'a Ilu i     !,l������i\v    ai.d  i'n:     ]'"  ' ' '\'.    L  e.l    In,  lln    Iiii  eh .ii i  I'M'',  <!<.,,.  ������li.i -  Age Deferred  t    tin vm*r   i '  I  III  t'mf   11 V  DY DR. LEE II. SMITH.  v.  Bnfinos*-; mor*. who mtist; speed up the works rind make business  boom during tlieao days���������after thc war���������must recognize thc necca-  flity of keeping fit. When mind is befogged, when you have dull  headaches or feel logy, when not "up to snuff," keep thc bowels  free with a, mild !a:::itivc. In the morning tii.-ie ���������-.. f<%niel sponjvc bulb  (cold water may be used if it does not chill), follow with a brisk rub  down; a f'ullicient "netting up" exercise in good air unli! yoti txve iii  a warm glow.    Have you tried it lately?  .Don't let the po'iaons aucinimlatc in tliu inlcsLiuc.1 cither, bu'* I'.y  a dose of caator oil the fir������t thing on arising, or a pleasant laxativo  occasionally, such as one made up of May-apple, aloin and jalap, rolled  iu'e*. ii linv mi ir,, r-eofi. ot) ,,]]], ������nd koUI in every i\vnu: t'toro an Dr.  rierco's Pleasant JVUeia. Thon a cup of hot water before breakfast,  and you'll feel better than a Icing! If you continue iu life thus, yqu  can pass a Life Insurance examination at sixty.  if you wish to prevent old h.-,o- coming on too soon, or if you want*  to increase your chancer, for a long life, you should drink plenty of  soft (ruin) or distilled water daily between meals, i hen procure ut tho  drug store Dr. Pierce'*-' Anuric (anti-uric-acitl). This "'Anuric'*' Urivt'H  *ln. i>.*i* uebJ mil .Did i ..lii.yi-.. IimiI , ui'lj.* hjiiI vbciiimi fifuii. .is well as  bidney tr<tubl<.\   A-pine ������r<* -*������>l v������-4 iivie arid a;; hot tea dissolve.' sut.ipr.  *yi  /.���������  A  1  to i*^ij ���������-WJ.I'WiUiril***^-*'''*'*!*'.^^  0. 1*1-14U ������tl i������i_-*ttpi-J. . u  * iUHmmtswoMfitiitts^^ WMUIW'j^B^^  "*WWl*l**fPiWlBlpBliW  -BI-rtlMll^lJ.I-JpW-mp^p. j*Jt.,tHit<.W'-..  i**j������'i!!fe������^a*!i-������'f^ iW-^Miiwifit wr^ ���������rJ-1?.,^:Lr^l  REVIEW^   OBESTO^'  .a^  iZWiSM. ^f S.SlSLx\^^x -E.J5L.ll   **3_*w "g,**%_,*>  M. if iia  d-m      *-?      __.������������������������,   Bovrij  ~-.-m.m~-r  ifiakes  soups and stews so much  American Settlers  In Canada  **^**B-*nprfr**"fc. ^^*tfy*������% ... . -       .  it %&*^M.~~.       more nourisnmg that tney can  oxten tako  , the  place of expensive joints.    It saves  many dollars in the kitchen. Bovril is the concentrated  goodness of the best beef���������so strong- that it cannot possibly  be manufactured in cheap cubes.    Insist upon the real thix.fr  Regina,  cueap  -Bovril in the Bovril bottle  cnuog  ���������ptaryAt<t,������.msxKwmimmj -m^.u*^ijij&xxnxMijJai0rm*vmmrmitvmjT0.x  ing  paid  by  Sask.���������Good prices are bc  American settlers for  farm lands in the vicinity of Rcgina,  and a considerable amount of land  is changing hands just now. Two  farmers from Iowa have just purchased two sections near Gray at $100  an acre, and a second price of $110  was paid for the How farm : Rouleau,  on  the Soo line.  ISSxvm.   '^-~*_~     *������S"     "SIS    ������-^&&r    ~~       &&S~0%ssm~iS0~r-  ������~*j-.r\eiS-*t-.r,t-*jv.rT    io   -**K/������   ot-/->l>__������t-.jo.TV!itr   r\r   rsmdlt'rt.  VTUliOLl L/U-JLV/1A       XO       t-_4_,*P-.     XXXX-XX     Vl-VMM -.040      _*VP..fc.������.  Conquer this enemy and you rout a whole army  of physical foes, including indigestion, biliousness,  sick headache, sleeplessness and nervous dyspepsia. Beecham's Pills have been a world-favorite  laxative for over sixty years. They go straight to  the cause of many ills and remove it. They act  promptly, pleasantly and surely. Contain no  habit-formmg  drujr*     These   time-tested pills  stimulate the liver and  Miller's Worm Powders will not  only expel worms from thc system,  but will induce, healthful conditions  of thc system under which worms  ] ���������::;*���������-. :-.c- longer thrive. Worms keep a  cftii-. in a continual state of restlessness and pain, ���������-���������-." d there can be no  comfort for the Utile onc until the  cause of suffering be removed, which  can be easily done by the uss of tr.-rse  powders, than which there is nothing-  more ciTe.ctive.  r.S...dX^V 47r~V*.0V.VT      *-|-P_2-     of.r.PVPAr~l,  ObJLW*������l-.lJ.VlA    VI, .A V    Ot.LJXl.XU.S0S1 if  No house in London is more than  two hundred yards from a mail box  or a branch of the general post office.  n-xt-....  ~~ Cannot Be Cured  , *XB  *<F  ���������sue���������w es^"������  Wortb a Gtalsaea a Box  Prepared cr-Iy by Thomexfl Bet-diom, St. Holeae, LaneMuhlre, Enelani-,  Sold everywhere in Canada and U. S. America.   In bosas, 25 cbeH.  ssssss  s_____Ea___a__a_.  rwintii.jj_j.-Ba  nvmUmJtmr  Do not suite.  ���������notlie.*? el**0" "���������fit**.  1to hin e, tBleedp  ing,  or Protrud.  surgical operation required.  Dr. Chase's Ointment -will relieve you at once  and cut certainly euro you. (iOc. a cox: all  dealers, or Eeinianuoii, Bates & Co., Limitcet,  '.Toronto. Sample bo_c free if you mention tixia  jTWpsr aBA enclose 'ic. stamp to pay postage*.  PPPPT   T/-P A rV.TJ-\V.-C7 ��������� ���������      -,.  XX   A-i.P-.---P/iPO,      CP.       V..     _  not reach thc seat of the disease. Catarrh  is a local disease, greatly influenced by con-  stitiHiona* conditions. HALL'S CATARRH  MEDICINE will cure catarrh. It is taken  internally and acts through the Blood on the  Mucous Surfaces of the System. HALL'S  CATARRH MEDICIJ-TE is composed of  some of the best tonics known, combined  v/ith some of the best blood purifiers. The  perfect combination of the ingredients in  HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE is what  produces such wonderful results in catarrhal  cOntlitiojis.  Druggists   75c.     Testimonials   free..  Tr-  J.   Cheney  & Co..  Prop*;.,  Toledo,  Ohio.  vvuuluu i   iiuu    __.r_-  Visitor: "You keep your pitfs much  too near the  house."  Cottager:    "That's    just what    tbe  doctor said.    Hut I don't see how it's  agoin't to hurt "cm!"  Impurities   of  _. Blood Counteracted.���������Impurities in thc blood come  from defects in thc action of the  liver. Thcy are-revealed by pimpks  and unsightlj' blotches ou thc _>kin.  They must be treated inwardly, and  for this purpose there '���������* no more effective compound" to he. used than  Parmeiee's Vegetable Pills. Thcy act  directly on the liver, and by setting  up healthy processes have a beneficial effect upon the blood. _*o that im-  puritilcs are  eliminated.  Storm Caused Heavy Loss  San Antonio, Texas.���������From 15 to  25 are dead; 4,000 persons are homeless, and property damage amounting  to $4,00.000 has been caused as a result of the tropical storm which  struck Corpus Chrisli, a long distance  message to the Express from Corpus  Christi said. Thc city is without  light and water, and food is running  short. An appeal has been issued by  the mayor  for financial assistance.  The Dyaks of Borneo eat snakes  and alligators, but their favorite dish  is -roasted monkev with the hair on.  ���������::zz?m  zsik  ������������������������������������������������������'���������r-ci-Lmi  zzzmm  .-..������������������.-.", fL*i  ���������.~*--,-.vg">'.,|  . Z-t-Jv-P. m  ���������:;m  ���������'Ar-l  ...........t.+....i������. ~ .m .~tm  SUFFERING CATS!  GiVE THIS MAN  THE GOLD MEDAL  1  WHEN YOU SUFFER  FROM RHEUMATISM  Dress is sometime*.*- a matter oi  form, and form is often a matter of  dress.  CHILDHOOD CONSTIPATION  Constipated children can find  prompt relief through the use of  Baby's Own Tablets. The Tablets  are mild but thorough laxative, which  never fail to regulate the bowels and  stomach, thus driving out constipation and iiuligcsiiem; _ reikis and simple fevers.. Concortiincr tluui Mrs.  Gaspard Daiglc, Demiatn, Que,  writes: "Baby's Own Tablets have  been* of great benefit to my little boy,  who was sul'l'ciiiig from constipation  and indigcstiein. They quickly relieved him, anel now he is in the best  of health.'" The. Tablets arc sold by  medicine dealers or by mail at 25 cts.  a box from Thc Dr. Williams' Medicine Co., 1*. rock villi-, Ont.  Almost any man will teli you  that Sloan's Liniment  means Relief  First  Gerj_n?*_ii  Cargo Arrives  For practically every man has used  it who lias suffered from rheumatic  aches, soreness of muscles, stiffness  of joints, thc results of weather exposure-  Women, too, by thc hundreds of  thousands, use it for relieving1 neuritis, lame backs, neuralgia, sick  headache. Clean, refreshing, soothing, economical, quickly effective. Say  "Sloan's Liniment" to your druggist.  Get it today. 33c., 70c, $1.40.-���������Made  in Canada. /  r**__4.,a^^������4My_������p.t>i������ap*_tf.-'i������.iitiit*._*>a������������-4ipi  Let folks step-on your feet hereafter; wear shoes a size smaller if you  like, for corns will never again send  electric sparks of pain through you,  according to this Cincinnati authority.  Hc says that a few drops of a drug  called freezone, applied directly upon  a tender, aching corn, instantly relieves soreness, and soon the entire  corn,  root and all, lifts  right out.  This drug is a sticky ether compound, but dries at once and simply  shrivels up the corn without inflaming  or  even   irritating   the   surround-  t t-t rx-    *?1 cciij������  It is claimed that a quarter of an  ounce of freezone obtained at any  drug store will cost very little, but  is sufficient to remove every hard or  soft corn or callus from one's feet.  Cut this out, especially if you are a  woman reader who wears high heels.  Howell: "Your wife is a decided  blonde, isn't she?"  Powell: "Well, at times, but just  before she goes to the drug store she  is a little undecided."  Former     Hamburg - American - Atlas  Liner at New York  New York.���������The 1,500-ton steamer  Jason, formerly the Virginia, of the  Hamburg-American-Atlas line, has  arrived here bringing., the first cargo  from Germany since the war ended.  The ship left Hamburg, Germany,  September 5, in charge of Captain \V.  H. Bcvans.  Eevans said he took a cargo of  meat to Germany and brought back  350 tons of sugar beet seed, plate  glass, artificial flowers and beaded  handbags.  The port of Hamburg is practically  stripped of shipping, Bcvans said, i  He saw only six steamers iu thc bar-]  bor there, and said three more were  being constructed, including the Bismarck, which will bc the largest vessel afloat. Food is plentiful in  Hamburg, he  asserted.  _W_g MBWWSHCHagMEPY. Hoi. #..2. N.3.  great iucccm, cukes chronic weakness, lost v.oq*  ft VIM, Klt-rHKY. BUU.DKII. DISSASE8. BLOOD POtSOJL  flLBB. E1TI1B* jeo��������� PRUQG13T3 OC MAIL, $.. POST 4 OTB  rOUOBRA. CO, 69, aBXKMAH ST. K-tW VORK or L.YMAM SRnS  TOROSTO. WRITS VOIt P*F*SS SO OK TO DR. LS Ct-BRO  UED.CO HA.VBRSTOCKRD.UA.MI'MTXAO, LOUDON, Biiid.  ggYHKVi OKAGEKvTA6TSL-.S0).-0K*JOr   gASV TO T-pXCS  THAT TOADS M������.R1CK������ WORD "Xl.S-X.SO~' IS OS  t.-~TS.V-XSX. -3WIXS- TO Xlr- aSH-JIN* J-AtXtta  book's Gotfdis Hoof -LOffipoiica.  A stife, reliable- rsaulating  medicine. Sold in threes de>������  %Tx-qb o! etrfpif.t***���������No. 1, $X*  No. 2, S3; No, 3, %5 per bor.  Sold by all dnif gists, or Kit  prepaid oa receipt of price*.  Fte*-e_ pamphlet. AddresBj  THE COCK fVIEOiCiNE CO4  T0E0P.TO. OKI*. (Fw_.eri. Wicittr.)  MONEY ORDERS  Send   a   Dominion   Express   Money  Five dollars costs three ceMits.  O.de-r.  One   ton  of water  may  be  colored  by a single grain of indigo.  I  xnese  j_/<iys  say,   waiter,   wherc's   my  Hicks  coffee?  Waiter: You just drank it, sir.  Hicks: What!    I thought that wae  thc soup!  A SAD TRAGEDY  Prohibition, observes a contemporary, has fairly taken .some people's  breath away.  Minaid't* Liniment Cures Rums, Etc.  Notwithslaiuliug his unwieldy  shape and short legs, the rhinoceros  is one of the most agile of beasts.  A horseman run si-arcedy manage to  overtake him, anel in strength lie is  perhaps unsurpassed by any animal  in thc fori-st. In single- combat 110  animal but liir e-h phaut can stand  up  against   him.  Some  i.cgacv  "When Mi". Casey died he left all  he bad  io   th.   i.i p!..-ii   a-.y.r.u'.."  "Indde'd! That was goe-nl of him.  What did  hr. lcavr*"  "Hi'.   lw.K������-   .liil.!.vi,."  Complimentary  Wife (examining husband's basket  of fish): "Is it true that fish go about  in school***?'*  Husband: "Yes, dear."  Wife: "Then I suppose you fell in  agoin'   to   hurt  'cm!"  Kighty-fivc  per  cent,  of  lame  people are affected on the left side.  Minard's  Liniment Co., Limited.  Gents,���������A   customer  of  ours   cured  "1   very   bad   ci-pc   uf   di.:.Lemper   iu   a  valuable   horse  by  the use   of   MINARD'S LINIMKNT.  Yours trulv.  VI LAN niK  KKKKKS.  It often happens���������your sore corn  is stepped on. Why not use "Putnam's Corn Extractor." It cures in  one day. Absolutely no pain with  "Putnam's." Use no other, 25c at  all dealers.  Onc thousand six hundred wagon  loads of mud and dirt are removed  daily from the streets of London.  How Lydia ������. Pin!cham,8  Vegetable Compound  Is  Prepared  For  Woman's Use.  ������JZ$r%S^Zii pStieiug and Healthy. IC  'heyTin , Sr.-i.-rt, Kch.or  ... y,vi,-������  ,'-,r"*'  '*   So",'��������� Trri'at<-*-'  J!"i C.ot-3 Inflamed or Granulated,  u"���������"���������*Murine* of.������-i 1. Sa'.'������" for Ii.f.iut or Adult:.  At nil I)ruf_giat;i in Canada. Write for Free  .���������*.(,���������.* Ib.'ok,  Murine t!oral.anv,Ctdfei.-..II. M.ft.  *t     <-*���������   11 .   r       t  ���������*  v-      ,  jpju   culhi   Jui   jail   -UUU  r.ulle,   .Montana. in   July  no   pris-  Aiieis were foil in lhe city jail at Anaconda, Montana, a idly of 12,000 pco-  pie-. v'uly pjG mu.Ij u'cic made b^  the. city official.*; during the month,  anil no prisiim-rs were in jail long  enough to be icd. Thi*. coiidllinn  eimU,.:>l:- .ii.i oiigly wilU tile .-.1 lliuliuii  lu*f..rr    Mi.niana   w.-nl   dv\'.  A   uiau's  hair, it  is rstiiualed, turns  I'.ty   i.??   y';i::.      I'ai'lii-i   than   a   wo  ninn'*".  W.  N.  XI.  I?83  A visit to tho luboiitLoiy where uiiw  nucceaaful remedy is mado improaBe".  nven tho cnsunl lookf-r-on with trio rnli-  ability, accuracy, sUill and clennlininsM  Which fttienda iuo mukiug u. liil-* crcot  medicine for woman's ilia.  I Over ."150,000 pounda of variourt herb".  aro used anually and nil huvo to bo  Katbercd at the Benson of tho year when  iliPif uulu.'.d 'iu\--.. pi".Kl r.:cd;cir.w! nub  stances aro at their best.  Thc r.iont aucce^'-ful flolve-'ntfi ar������ oHoii  lu uxtvact the medicinal proper tie;- from  theco herbii.  F.ve*ry uto.n*'.i! and tnnlc t.hnt reimf-e in  contact with tho uiedic.no ia oterilized  nnd nn jv final precaution In cleanllne'-in  the medicine in pnateurized nnd oeuled  in hterilo bottles.  ��������������� ���������    -.    ���������������. .    ,..i...r..-t    ���������,...������.���������������..������������-..    r e������  root** nnd hc-rbn, t.oge'-thor with tho  ukill and care used in ita propnrntion  wldch bun mado thin "Tamouti modicino  110 oucoe*8sful In tho treatment of  female illfi.  Tho Hotter* from women who have  lie-Min r������ntor������e*l to houltb by tho line ot  Lydim R. Pinlcbam'tf VeKotablo Com������  pouuit which we urr* eoiuinuully j>ub*>  linbhuj imUeiJut to itu vtrtuet..  Its Virtue Cannot Be Described.���������  No one can explain the subtle power  that Dr. Thomas' Eclcctrtc Oil possesses. The originator was himself  surprised by thc wonderful qualities  that his compound possessed. That  he wa3 the benefactor of humanity 13  shown by the myriads that rise in  praise of this wonderful Oil. So  familiar is everyone with it that it is  prized as a household medicine everywhere.  Nearly everybody smokes in Japan.  The girls begin when they are ten  years  of age,   and   the  boys a     year  earlier.  Minard's  where.  Liniment   for     sale every-  fk"pf-**2I.W(lr**Sl  The   favorite   word  is   the   last   one.  \v  illi  -rev*.  llilSuSu  a   woman  A-.;tlima   Overcome.    Thc  over asthma has assuredly conic.  Dr.  J. D. I'-!!..;.!,';. Ai.lhm.. 'l>-*medy has  proved the most positive blessing tlie  ���������.idim of asthmatic attacks has ever  known. Letter:*, received from thousands who have: tried it form a teitl-  iiiuni.w wiiiv.ii i.'.iu:. no loom.  d<-iiibt that he-re iv, a real finnly  it   today   Irom   your   dealer.  101  Get  ������n������ *_  A   r.cdoubj -in-lri'iaj.e'  <l>*.rs  not   taken  much  time.     The  biidegroom   kills  ai  Jam- ht-txi cut~l ���������t-~\t  Jii.ri.   and   .;p-ll.i  t!u-.'11  od   c::  ii, -  ;'.aiul  of  hi:",   f.p'.k  ���������r in I..-.-.'  ;   thve.!:  1,1  W. CIJk(l-t, lX0iTt~*%  and   tlir   wrihlinr.  is   'Ait.  tiONnrjtQj/jl^i'  F:i  P.  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B.C*!  "-* ii_)*eui|������r.i������>it : S2 a year in advance;!  $2-50 to U.S. poinds.  <J. R Haye!-*. Eelitoi- and-Owner  p"K i-.STON.   B.C.,  FRIDAY. OCT. 10  sWSinSsiem^s -fgiSS-1  Creston Board of Trade had a  spe-oial session on Monday night  for the purpose of meeting Hon. J.  H. King, minister of works, and  Hem. E. D. Barrow, minister of agri-  e-u.tiiiv, who had spent tlie dav in  this section, for the purpose of dis-  e.-ii*-.sing with them matters which  had been taken up by oorresp.oisd-  oi.un within the year. There were  about thirty members in attendance, with President Constable presiding.  For the board's agriculture committee Jas. Compton impressed  upon Mr. Barrow the need of a re-  sieient horticulturist here, who  might, po.-sbly, also conduct a  small experimental farm. Iu reply  Mr. Barrow assured that as soon  as the right man for this section  was available he would be located  here. Men with the practical as  well as the college training in both  agriculture and fruit growing were  scarce, bub that was the type of  man required, especially in view of  the development at .Lister. As to  small experimental farms Mr. Barrow had littla or no faith in their  usefulness, and it is not the depart  me-nt's intention to place one in  the Valley. Robt. 3. Stark spoke  upon the irrigation question, but  as this is a matter for the minister  of lands to handle the visitors did  Spopsis q.  Imi Is! t mmimimh  Minimum price of first-class land  reduced to $5 an acre; second-class to  J2.50 an acre.  Pre-emption now confined to surveyed lands only.  Records will be granted covering oniy  land suitable for a-erricultural purposes  and which is non-timber land.  Partnership pre-emptions abolished,  but parties of not more than four may  arrdrge for adjacent pre-emptions  with joint residence, but each making  necessary Improvements on respective  claims^  Pre-emptors must occupy claims for  five ycars and make improvements te  value of 510 per acre, including1 clear-  ing and cultivation of at least 5 acres,  before rcceivingr Crown Grant.  Where pre-emptor in occupation not  less than 3 ye*irs, and has rr-rde *-**"*-  uortionate improvements, he may, because of ill-health, or other cause, be  granted intermediate certificate of improvement and transfer his claim.  Kecords without permanent residence may be issued, provided applicant make.*-- improvements to extent of  ������S00 per Jtiinum and records same each  year. Kai'.ure to make improvements  ��������� ���������r record same will operate as for-  .'eiture. Title cannot be obtained in  less than 5 years, and improvements  of $10.00 per acre, including 5 acres  cleanrd and cultivated, and residence  <>f at  least 2 years are required, m,  Pre-eru.iior Ijulding Crown jsrant  may record another pre-emption, ti he  requires lunrl in conjunction with his  .arm, without actual occupation, provided statutory improvements made  and residence maintained on Crown  granted  land.  I'-ifliin'cyc-d area:"*, not exceeding 20  acres, may be leased as homesites;  ���������xix.L: k, ,,*.. obtained after fulfilling: residential and Improvement conditions.  tor (grazing and industrial purposes  ar*-..-..' exceed sti j. 640 acres may be  :*-*V.'-".   '���������,-"   '-������������������"'���������- f'-''"''0'* or company.  Mi... ..ictory or industrial sites on  T;m!'..*r .and nor ^xceedinr 40 aoren  :j,..y i.e purchased; conditions includ-j  .ayrr..-*-;)   r,f p turn page.  N-.--.t*;ra* hay meadow-, inaccessible  r-y *-xi������-fi-.p ro-\d8 may be purchased  .���������rorie_ir.ior..'������i upon construction of a road  ���������o ttV-rn. lifbate of one-half of cost of  ro.'td. r.ot exceeding half of purchase  prin-,  ���������,!' made  PRE-EMPTORS'       FREE       GRANTS  O ACT-  f :,'��������� ���������*-���������<������������������),���������. of this Act is enlarired to  iririud/ *!l [i'T.'ioiw Joining and nerving ���������j.-iih him Majesty's Forces. The  ..inc ���������.v.h'n -,vhi������:h tin* heirs or devisees  ot*  r_   i\i-.i-i-.....f...,\   pre-i.*rnptor   m:iy  apply  for r|t|.. ,.,.,),.r ,*,<,, , .,, ,,. .' . ' ���������',  Iron; fur or,J- yi-n,- froin thi; 'ZZZit.Z'Zt  ��������� U'-li person, as formerly, until one  .������������������;ir fifti-r rhi. i-oneMuMon of the i.r.-.M-ji?  war.     'i'liu-   prlvliegj.   p,  tiiito  .n.idi*   re*  t J-OJJftlVI* ^  No   fe,..,   r,!l;itl,sg  to   pre-empt ior,:',.,,.  *���������'"'"   "-   i'luynbl.*   i������y   soldleru   on     pr������-  . ���������*-. i ������ .������  If,. . *j     ri.,., ..rlr.r I     ���������#���������-...       r . .- . .*-   .   -  "i'.ixch   ure   j-ejiiin.-d   for  live*,  years  l'/m i.-ooj,   for   return   <>T   .-.e..ia-VH   nc-  .ru.-.I. ilu.. .iii.i  i,i-i.fj putrt i-irice Auguitt  4,   I-i) I.   on   uf.r.nui t  ot  pnym-pntM,   fei-'i  or  tJixe.ii or.  ,.ol(1|,*ni'  pre-emptionu.  Interest   on   ri-rreernentM   to   |ujr"-li.uj..  "������',';���������.".'.'-' '"���������' '"���������' '���������-'-" ">' oieinoirrs of  Allied !��������� orce; , .,r elependents. ueoulrtu:  .llroet or liuiiieet. remit.<h<1 fj-orn ������n-  :..- ��������� t������... -1. t   :,������  .\.iu'.:������j  .11,   )_._���������<).  SLin-PtJI>CHAflERft   OF    CROWN  UANflS.  .,..������.. |.<o io.pOii fi,r iHMUJincfl of  e  j-'rwn   Kf.-intM   to   ���������lub-pi.rj-pjja.-f r.i     of  I'rilU'll .     Ur.'t^ i. f.l...trlr, r-       ���������..-.. 4  ���������     "..... ..iv    r.h,i.iv   [rum  jjiire'li.'o ers   who   failed     r.o     com pier e  I.IJI'I   Ilil-IP'.     Ill Vol Vllll������-     ri,rt,.tl..--        ,���������  ,        ,,.;  liiinjerjr   of   e<,ridif loun   of   jiureiuiM..    i',,.  '    * ��������� '       ,4 4* I   . .1 ..4 44   -  er.'i in.  not  cl.-iltii   \,lin|,*    ,f orlgln.-il  [.r,.-  ���������   : .     , '   O  .    1 ,,,,,, ���������     ( ,,     ,   ,       . 1 , 4,.      i  r   r-J      .    i  X. r*   '     , . . , ,  ��������� ll i*i '.!���������.,���������'.-.;      /,, .,.,oj rionur,.|y      r.'/i.r  ���������../In .in    nriwi. Aril'llejitloti'i     miiHt     |(<.  it.iido by .Vfuy  l,   i:'j::o  IR' /IMO  e Ir->-xfr*f    A<-������.     I'M'.      *.,  !./..!.  .all.  Vldeii r.n- Ki'.i/U.K 4]|.<l rle-|H n\Z\ 'rii'n,<���������'.���������  ��������� p.ii'ii..' i.r.'i i".i iii.Mi'i < :o,i,,,. I.wiioo.ir  AiwiiiiiI    grir/.lnM-    |.eri,,ltM    ImmiumI    l,i,���������.,d  '>n   -i-lt'.' '-r ���������   r :��������� ;-,     I .   ,.; :,,, ;i ,   ,-,,,   ,.,,,,,,,,  r " ' "r  4v   r,.    .   ... .   4 4  I if t(       , ,\.' , , yyi, ,,,,.<���������  (urn,    Ai ro'-lit I,in.i   f.,j    ,-,,,,j/���������   I,,,,,,,,,,,,'  .,,.-  4.1 I'V..." .,��������� 4,1,11        |l,l       f r   ,    .  I .,1     .������������������������,( I I IT   l      4-1 ,, i ,,.��������� , n    ...      I 4    . ������������������   .;.    f  fo   Inn   hr-liel. '.i  not feel competent to make, any  statement whatever.  The need for greater attention to  the ValLej,' roads was urged by C. O.  Bodg;ert., chairman of the board'e  transportation committee, who  gave some interesting facts as to  the auto traffic as well as the dimensions of the crops that are now  being hauled to. market. President Constable handled the new  highways situation, specially emphasizing the need of a good road  to connect np with the new U.S.  nf-rth and south road which, will be  built'next year. Mr. Constable also  urged action on completing the  present road through from Sirdar to  Kuskanook.  In reply Hon. Mr. King tackled  the whole provincial road situation  pretty thoroughly. The road  troubles the Valley is having is duplicated in almost every part of the  pro'/ince, and the department bas  now evolved a policy which wiii  satisfactrily handle the main or  trunk roads by as speedily as finances will permit converting them  into permanent highways. Experiments have been successfully carried on to discover a suitable quality  of gravel that will combin*"-* with  the sand and clay and give a road  surface that will stand the wear  and tear and next season road construction on this basis will be proceeded with. As to the Kuskanook  road, as soon as the federal government advises that the necessary  bridge piers will be erected and the  C. P. R.  assures   that   boats   will  make the stop there to load on  autos the Sirdar-Kuskanook road  will be gone on with.  As to reclamation of the Kootenay Hats the minister or works  pronounced himself strongly in  favor of turning the area over to  the federal authorities for soldier  settlement provided Ottawa would  proceed with reclamation effort.  Other crown lands in B.C had  been offered the Dominion for soldier settlement and Mr, King could  see no reason why these flats should  not be similarly handed over. On  the Kootenay River ferry he assured something wonld be undertaken  nest year to provide a new scow as  W6ii &S tO S6uti.3 "iji-S C[u65TJOn Ot iGOSrT.-  ion.    In the-matter cf location all  parties  interested  one way or the  other will be given opportunity to  present their case to the engineer  when the enquiry is made.  WANTEr.���������Dozen iihode island ited  or Plymouth Rock millets, or one year  old.   State price.   P. Mann, Creston.  Creston Valley Stockbreeders Association  NOTICE bb HAY  All persons who haye applied to  hay to'be put up by this Association  must arrange at the Secretary's office  on Saturday, Octobes 11th, for payment and delivery. All hay the property of the Association not alotted and  paid for after the aboye date will be  sold forthwith to first comers. By  order of the Board.  GUY CONSTABLE, Secretary.  Oct. 6, 1019.  ��������� 1M.II'       '*"  Vi-rirf-fcirw I .nan  v   ������v������va j       exeBTjr V0K.&LI-.  was spent  For  ���������1������ JE.*  I  ^EFORK  buying Victory Bonds again you may want to  know how Canada used the money you loaned her last  year  Canada borrowed the money to carry on the war and to provide credits for Great Britain and our Allies  r^OM-*?in!7*?ART V    rrv^r,   +k_->������    dr.** U~vU    rrf   *u^   VSctorv  S Vi"! Oii/ i_ .\x~xwu   JL 1UV11. %,a.tC~j\x        \Jj\S.Kd-XXKA,SJ. UI IX1<C V   1UIU1 JT  " ~ Loan 1918 was spent on our soldiers This included  $312,900 0QQ for paying them "feeding them bringing them  home separation allowances to their dependents maintenance  of medical services and vocational training schools  ���������^59 000.000 of the Victory Loan  1918  was paid on account  *      of authorized Soldiers  gratuities  ^9 000.000 was spent at Halifax for relief and reconstruction  alter the disaster  ip  V'J  ^r  -4-  9VJ  a em?  Extension  Other disbursements were not strictly speaking, expenditures, but National Re-mvestments  To Great Britani for example.  $173,500,000 was loaned  for the purchase -of  our  wheat and  cereal  $9,000,000 for our fish  $30,000,000 for other Foodstuffs  $2,900,000 for Canadian built ships  $5,500,000 to pay other British obligations in Canada.  Making in all $220,900,000 advanced to Great Britain  To our Allies, we loaned $8,200,000 for the purchase of  Canadian foodstuffs, raw material and manufactured  products  The Re-mvestments will be paid back to Canada in due  time, with interest  These credits were absolutely necessary to secure the orders  for Canada becau.se cash purchases were impossible  They have had the effect of tremendously helping agricultural and industrial workers to tide over the depression that  would have followed lhe -n-riiiisii-je, had we not made these  credit loans  A.q far as money is concerned, 1.91.9 ha<*~ bet^n. nr*,** eis s*?U���������  just as much a war year as 1918. Our main expenditures  for war cannot be completed until well on into 1920. Thus  another Victory Loan is necessary���������Get ready to bu\)x  im^-mmmtxdtimm yjw*-���������r-M    fit***.  mstXr^m^mt^tm %m^m^mmm\ \^St1__W  t_5_ rj        t9  meimmim  tHt^ /tBr^Pb*.  mtr^A m^jM���������4 \tmneM  |! 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Couling,  Creston.  {"*��������� -~s. ���������x-t-r    "Ijp*--_*b--      C3   0   .   ��������������� '        -/"**  years old, to freshen January 1st  A. Speers.'"'"  S.  The   next.  service  9o  in   Hoiy   Gross  Church will be on   Sundav, Oct. 19th,  when  Father-   Murphy  of Cranbrook  will be here to take the usual, seryices.  Creston band announces a masquerade ball for New "Year's eve, in Mercantile Hall.  __"-.*������R {������__.__,*_, ___���������  cost~$_^r*wiil  Revikw Office  sell for $50.    Enquire  For   Sale���������20   spring   chickens, 3  ducks, 2 pigs, rabbits,'incubator new,  The Lure of the Kootenay  ft  ir you are needing  mMx.  riPlf nr  H no ~*-m    III  -****--.-****1    **** IB   mm -mm*  ftow  We  M*S  tlie  nil it'    "IM--..'  of  tin-so  wibhii  lime to tcmy  11"'|.������'le \t*t\     -i     i-os-  ;~t   (Vf'Stnn  r.Hiivnii  ���������MMHIM*N4  .*  LIMITED  0Xm M-l-WUMJUMr'.  Mid the ceaseless tiirob and sob of the city:  A wafted voice is borne in on me,  Its insistent, urge keeps calling���������come away.  As it visions a fair valley���������the lore of Kootenav.  Witn its mild congenial climate, unrivalled, 'tis true,  Evidence, the luscious fruit, or ask the honey bee.  There to wander'mid the everlasting hills.  Whose rocky rugged peaks pierce the sky:  With a cedar-scented cabin at their feet.  And a clear rippling creek near by.  'Tis there-!  'Tis there!  one's longing to be.  Where all nature charms, in fair Kootenay.  You may have the city with its surging life.  Its wanton wearying ennui of aping society  But that alluring valley, the gem of Kootenay,  Out rivals all your cities, and most appeals to me.  Where nature's face, uiimarred by man,  Offers h free feast of unendino1 variety  As one wanders anel ponders, lost amid wonders  And the elixir of life blows ever free.  When all things are hushed, and silence reigns  Save for the cooing owl, and the lone coyote calls;  'Tis then the evening zephyrs come whispering near.  From their far glacier homes, with sheening ice walls;  As they play hide and seek 'mid the cedar-pine crest.  Their cool breath one's being doth enthral.  At one with all nature, one turns in to rest,  And lose one's self m*n"-*.._g���������just musing that's all.  You may have the city with its vitiated aii-,  Its monkey teas and dog shows, and social mimicry:  More pleasure fills one moment spent midst the scenery,  With all nature atnne in sunny Kootenay.  Where, on eyery hand, moves the wild life;  Timid creatures of earth, water and wing,  To kne>w of your life., haunts and habits.  Fitting-study,���������aye, for a prince or a king.  Yet man with his savage survivals,  Sbiii hunts you, his sport and his prey;  Until this human creature becomes more humane,  You are wise in instinct to fear and to flee away.  Here the meadow lands spread their bright carpet,  In varying rainbow colors suffused with green;  And the waterways, wander away to the lake,  Here's colors so rare, ne'er seen on a queen.  See those knarled willow clumps dotting the landscape,   "  How aged and dceropid many of them seem;  And the more stately cotton woods skirting the bay.*,  How many high waters indeed have they seen?  In their serrated bark coats, a marvel to view.  Offering free shade and shelter to dusky abeaigine.  Where Lhe young mother squaw croons to her baby papoose  By the glowing wood embers in a smoke-tipped teepee;  Near by squats her "nioyice" puffing his knickanick;  All children of nature, mostly contented, care-free.  Caring little for the white man's civilized craze,  They liye the simple life, unconcerned for the morrow**.  Free to wander they cling to their forefather's ways.  Take more joy out of life, and less of its sorrow.  You can have th. painted city, with its dollar-driven elay ;  Its vulgar vaunting'wealth, social vice and decay.  . Millionaire mansions, want and misery alongside.  Fruits of a vicious social system doomed to pass away.  Would society ayert evolution's on-coming tide,  Then economic social justice its dictum,only fools will eleriele.  From that rustic cedar cabin a fall picture behold  No city ;i_rt museum ever held its compeer:  Of inter lacing color tints, of every shade and hue,  Depicted on the meadows, and wooded hills near.  A hhading and a coloring that elude'*;' artists brush:  For a faithful reproduction, priceless���������but not dear.  Oh the lure of it all as the evening shadows fall.  In this valley where one's happy "to be.  Watching the golden gle>\v on the far away hills,  As the sun sinks to rest, westward by the sea:  And the shadows deepen and-darken the cabin door.  Nestling em a Crest���������em the breast of this fertile valley.  You can have the city with its iv:-;'le>ss, sweltering life:  With all its social shamming, and veneer of gaiety.  May tlie valley lie spared from its withering blight,  Sonl-searing dollar worship, all same heathen Chinee;  It's mostly all as froth, and tests much like dross  Ceunpare'ii with the alluring charms of fair Kootenuy.  When passing at last o'er the "Great Divide*,"  Anel the lone trail links us up with eternity;  .Satisfied for to rest, by nature caresse'd.  l.t'siele the purling waters of the Kootenay.  Creston. B.O,. Sept., 1.'1.>. J. A. L1DGATE  Ceipyright applied for.  mattress near new, one-man saw, bucksaw, .Mrs. McCoach, Todd " ranch,  Alice .Siding.  A. E. French is at work this week  fitting up the old armory bniidingfor  his new barber shop and poeJrooni.  Provincial police Vaehon is spending  a few days at the coast this week. He  made the trip in charge of a man sent  up from Nelson.,  Look up the Peekin "jheatre adyt. on  the front page for the Saturday and  Monday programme. Manager Rodg-  ers is putting on a matinee on both  days.at popular prices. ^,  Monday is Thanksgiving Day, a public holiday, and all places of busine.ss  in town will be closed. General delivery wicket at the postoffice will be  open from 3.45 to 4.45 p.m. only.  The Women's Institute announces a  whist drive and dance for Armistice  Day evening, Nov. 11th. This is. in  place of a similar affair, previously announced for Thanksgiving Day.  At the G. W.'V. A. meeting on Saturday night C. B. Garland was prevailed  upon to accept the position of seqre-  tary, vice R. Sinclair Smith resigned.  The iocal organization has a membership just over 40 at present.  At the conclusion of the board of  trade meeting on Tuesday night a  meeting will be convened to organize  the 1919 Victory ��������� Loan campaign for  the Creston Valley. This year's objective' is expected to be not less than  $50,000.  The October meeting of the Creston  Board of Trade is called for Tuesday  night, and it is hoped every member  will'be present. Business in connection wtfli settling up for the fair night  banquet will'be a feature of the proceedings.  Bulk apples are on the shipping list  from Creston this week, the Union  loading out a couple of cars in that  shape on Thursday. These were windfalls, which came down in the blow of  two weeks ago, and are reported sold  at a price of two cents a pound.  W. V. Jackson got back on Thins  day last from looking after the Creston  exhibit at the Cranbrook fair, and  states that with the exception of one  class in crabapples Creston swept the  boards at the East Kootenay show.  The exhibition was not as well attended this year as in the past.  Millinery opening in the Grady  Block. Oct. i5th. Mrs. J. R. Bruce  will open up her store with a full line  of millinery, ladies' and children's  wear, also a fine line of fancy work.  The ladies of Creston Valley are cordially invited to cull and inspect same.  Don't forget the date���������Oct. I5th.  Cranbrook Cleaners and Dyers,  Cranbrook, B.C., for French dryt  cleaning, dyeing, pressing,-repairing  and alterations on all garments worn,  by man, woman or child. New clothes  are expensive. .Send, your worn garments to us by parcel post. We will  make them look like new. .Pre-war  Di-ices.  John Spratt, W. V. Jackson and R.  B. Staples were at Fernie on Wednesday for a sitting of the county court  at which Dong Barney, the local Chinese fruit and vegetable merchant,  was suing a Fernie celestial for the  price of seyeral boxes of apples, which  were shipped "local freight last, fail and  froze in transit.  and  the   contributions   to   the  work  were equally generous.  The Presbyterian Ladies' Aid is serving the annual Thanksgiving dinner  in Speers* Hall to-night, from 6 to 8 o'clock, with a charge of 50 cents to all.  Monday night's attraction is a dance  at the  Peekin   theatre,   to  commence  after   the   picture   show���������at 10 p. m.  | The Peekin orchestra will supply the  music. y  d -  Col. Lister has moved from Victoria  Ave. to the residence vacated by S. A.  Speers. It is expected Principal  Smith of the public school will take  the house- vacated by Col. Lister.  Another sale of town property is the  Athertou cottage on Murray Ave.,  which Mrs. M. Young ha-s sold to F. J.  Little. The mayor recently disposeel  of his three-acre town ranch to F.  Mayled.  Mrs. M.Young's residential property  on Fourth Street has this week been  purchased by G. H. Bohlee of Alice  Siding, who has taken possession..  Mrs. Young is occupying the Grady  store building for the present, pending a trip to the Old- Country next  month.  The Valley was favored with quite a  severe hailstorm on Wednesday after,  noon, and at present snow is very  much iu evidence on Goat mountain  almost to the level. The weather was  quite in keeping with the snowfall,  Thursday morning being���������the coldest  so far this fall.  Rev. C. H. Huestis, travelling secretary of the Lord's Dav Alliance, held  a meeting here in the interests of that  work in the Methodist Church on  Thursday night last. It attracted the  largest attendance of any Lord's Day  Alliance meeting vet held in Creston,  At the Red Cross meeting on Fsidav  afternoon last emly one member turned in anv finished work. That was  Mrs. Fraiick, who handed in half a  dozen children's shirts. The annual  meeting will be held on Tuesday after  noon, in Speers' Hall at 3 p.m., and to  this meeting all friends as well as Red  Cross members are invited.  w\3-\\~$ a liieu  .��������� i   -     mm    -moor        *���������       ~SJ   69 GSt    ***"*__Bf*"1*'  I HEREBY GIVE NOTICE that on Monday, the 3rd day of November, 1919, at the hour of 10  o'clock in the forenooi. at the Court House, Nelson, I will offer for sale at public auction the mineral claims  in the list hereinafter set out of the persons in the said list hereinafter set out for delinquent taxes unpaid  I13* said persons on the 30th June, 1919, and for costs and expenses, if the total amount due is not sooner  paid.      ; Z    - ***** ���������  The Collector  will be pleased to receive any information  respecting the following list where the  owner is a member of the -Allied Forces and entitled to the benefits of Section 29 of the Taxation Amend-  ,'tnent Act, 1918. - '        ,  Name of Claim.  Assessed Owner  Lot       Taxes t<������ 30th  No. June, 1919  Armstrong...,. Wood. R. G   Arnold .*_----....'  Connolly, Wm   Atlin : Coffey, Wm   Atlin Fractional No. 2 Coffey, Wm   AlmaN Lowening;    Matthew, G. T.;   Gosnell,  W.; Antin, N. J.:  Maione. J. D. ...  Altui'iis  Williams & Mm-doff   Bryan Fletcher, F.;    McKay, A.;    Nealands,  H.-G .". ...  Big 2 North American Collieries. Ltd.  Bonanza.  Blue Quartz   North American Collieries. Ltd.  5483  4079  4800  9330  9174  9915  1C99  4637  463S   Kootenay Consolidated Mines, Ltd.       7072  Beaver Williams & Murdoff  Blue Bird ....Williams & Murdoff   Cleopatra..... Kelly, A. II   Corinthian Field, L., et al   Canadian Queen Darby. S   Caledonian Fractional Williams & Murdoff   Drummer Kootenov Consolidated Mines  Daisy Williame & Murdoff   Daisy Fractional Williams S~ Murdoff   Exchequer Kelly. A. IT    Elise Peters. Mrs. M   Flying Dutchman Hutcheson, W. 11., et al   Franklin North American Collieries, Ltd  Ltd.  9920  1003*2  3S7  2090 ���������  3240  990S  4223  9919  9922  391  1310  51-10  4035  Garfield.  Gulden Belli' Fractional  Williams .v. Murdoff  Golden Belle. Williams & Murdoff...  Golden Eagle Williams & Murdoff ...  Tlillsiele Williams & Murdoff ...  Happy .lean  Williams & Murdoff ..  Iroquois Whe-atley, Jos   Independence Hutchesnn, W. IL, et  Jubilee Gani-tt,  Keefe   Joker Shr.im, 11. 1*   Joint Fractional Latulippe*. E  Campbell, A. .1       4939  9907  9917  9920  9908  9911  234  5118  3020  53SS  8pS21  Lode-stone Williams & Murdoff       9910  5149  1112  al  II.. e>t nl  'Tut tie," A.  11.; Claudv,  Ltel  Mar.** Hutcheson, W.  Maud S Will, Louis   M. S Wragge, E. C;  U. B   Margaret William*' it Murdoff  Nebraska Girl North American Colli'Hes.  Napoleon L'Ei-uye-r, Mrs, II. A   Nugget Fractional Pool, W. B., et al     Oronogei l.e-huNon, (;. I..   Pilot Knob Hute-he-Hon, W. IL, et, al   Phoebus Hutcheson, W. IL, el. al   Porcupine' North American ( \>lle>rie-*:, Ltel  PI,H'l. I > .lu'l'l'   ( 'l it).    I'lrJI.J ||/���������J    I'll)..;.   V '" '.  Planet No. 2 Slu-e'p ('reck Bonanza Eiig. Ce>.  R .fe I_... Field. L., et al    Royer  Keiotenny Consolidated -Mine  Riversides Williams i~ Murdoff -. .  j*-; ..;..-���������*     I-*.....':,,....* \V!'t':i!--'   Jv   M-irdri"'  Santiago  LeMie-u*.. I-". I).  Santiago FviwHonnl  I.e'Miejjx, F. I>     Stillwaier Fi-actiniuil  TheihuYn. Mrs   E . _  '    Daws. M. S   ,P ,   ' p r ,     ' f t   .   " '���������'������������������. ������������������ '���������I-I- .   ���������'    Green, F. C and Hell. G    !>.  .   . r.U. .'j', Ci'. ."!'   y.J.W.-M's.ii   I'.M;;. '"��������������� .   !.'���������..   Williams A: JVIurelnfV      -. .  .Williams i. 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take the necessary steps to  study thc J elections     of  1904,  the    Liberals
It must bc frankly admitted tluit
our present system of one-member
constituencies���and that onc member
elected by a bare majority of votes!
east over the next highest candidate
���does not secure to the people a
truly representative parliament. For
example,     in   thc   Dominion     general
in
It is easier for a girl to believe a
man who tells her she is pretty than
it is  for  him to  tell her.
question, with a view to its applies-1 Nova Scotia polled 56,526 votes and
tion in elections in this country, j elected 18 members, while thc Con-
coupled .with announcement that the' servative.**, who polled 46,131 votes,
Government had decided upon Mich did not elect a single .member. Public
a course, brings appreciably ncarer
the day when this reform in the. electoral machinery of Canada will become an  accomplished  fact.
opinion  in Nova Scotia was uot truly
represented in parliament.
In   thc   British   Columbia   provincial
.-p1.-W��-*.-IHC      r\t     101? -ll J ln-MTfP-1,       liir.      T'Kr��.-_
The  principle   of   proportional   rcp-jals   polled   about   37  per  cent,   of   the
reseulatiou   has   now   been   approved J total vole, thcy failed to elect a single
representative, thc result being there
was uo opposition party in the legislature to act as critic of and a check
upon the Government. In the following election, thc. situation was
a*
by such large and in.lucm.ial bodies
as the Canadian Council of Agriculture, representing thc organized farmers of Canada; thc Great War Veterans' Association, thc National Liberal convention at Ottawa last Aug-
ust, thc Labor party. Social Service
Councils, and iiiuncrous other smaller     ui'guiii/.a'.ioi.s.       '.Llic     Speaker's
i-'.lccloral Reform Conference of thc j so small in numbers as to bc almost
British Parliament has reported in
favor of the application of P.R. to
certain classes of constituencies; it
has -been incorporated in the constitution of the new German republic;
is   already   in   operation   in   Belgium,
j\ saie ana sure lucUicin*"-* lcr a
child troubled with worms is Mother
Graves'   Worm   Exterminator.
If a man calls on a woman she is,
pleased ��� cither when he comes or)
-roes.
.���*��������.
A MOTHER'S TRIALS
Care   of   Home   and   Children   Often
Causes  a  Breakdown
"*" '__*!_*_; wom.it*. at home deco in
household duties and thc cares of
motherhood, needs occasional help
to keep her in good health. Thc demands upon a mother's health arc
many and severe. Her own health
trials and her children's welfare exact
heavy toils, while hurried meals, broken rest and much indoor Jiving tend
to weaken her constitution. No
wonder   that   the   woman   at   home  is
almost reversed, the Liberals winning | oiien   .."disposed     through   weakness,
,   , '��� .  . ,*" I hcaeiacucs,    backaches    -and  uervous-
on     overwhelming     vietorv,     nearly ',��� .
" -' -*   ncss.     i. oo mauv women have grown
every   Conservative    -minister     being
dcfeal**1'      rind     ihr*    r.-nr,r>4:" J let.     nl.-r.-M/p
Tasmania and other countries, and
has been tested with complete satisfaction and success iu municipal elections in the British Isles, and also in
the Universities elections for the
British   House   of  Commons.
Nevertheless, we venture to say
that if the average Canadian was
asked to explain what proportional
representation means, and how it
operate.--, he wudd be.- hard put to it
to give an intcbiircu' an.-v.TT. And
it. may as well be?, frankly admitted
; u;. * 11 is not .in ea>
plain iu a short ar'ic
i iio-c   \\ !'.i   have   our
il.iliiei;!.
<".Oi.ii fil-
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iy  bare  m
���!;<���;������   -.nimb.
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raiir.'r.
i'.   i ���
uicltective.
In other words, minorities under
the.present system arc almost entirely unrepresented���a fatal defect in
any true system of responsible, representative government. Proportional representation alms to correct
these inequalities and give thc nearest
possible approach to "one vole, one
value."
An' essential feature of any proportional  -scheme      that   will   yield      the
most  satisfactory results is  the  creation   of constituencies  returning    several  members,  instead  of  thc present
system of one-menibcr constituencies.
Proportional     representation     can  be
applied lo one-member constituencies,
but  not   with   the  same  beneficial   results   which   three,  four   or  live-member      constituencies       will      produce.
Under     proportional     representation,
there! ore,   thc   cilv   of   .Montreal    iu-
���s    and    municipal I >teael of being divided into  some  ten
ijurhy  vote  'irmly i one-member      constituencies,      would
1 I ��� rv.i.ver,     in   constitute one electoral district which
at   proportional | wouhl  elect 10 members.    Thc    same
a   live   i-sue   in ��� thing would be true of Toronto,  Wiu-
..���li   :!;:_:   an   at-j nipeg  and    oilier large    centres.       In
1-1   '*><������    made   to   tin *-<.:   centres,   whereas   une.ler  the   ex-
?ji.   it.-,   method, j i.-*tiiig system  il  is next to impossible
i   arc   sought   tot for   thc   working   men   to   secure   thc
"   ���'.,.<,!���,']:   p-ueh! election      of   a   rcpre-snitative,      their
--���.;;.*.r   a   stic.*- I combined   vote  wouhl  secure  to  them
P
matter   to   ex-
i.'specially   to
s v.-tern
���ut
iheir       proportional
epresentation
to accept these visitations as a part
of the lot ot motherhood- But manv
and varied as her health troubles are,
. i. _      --  ���:-    ..-. i-     ,J    i.\. -    ,     .-,
tn<_:    4.,iu?t.    in    ,*mi ii [.��tyi   aii<-L    tlie    uni.    ...
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 onc always unfailing way to get this good
bloexl so necessary to perfect health.
and ihat is through thc use of Dr.
Williams' Pink Pills. These pills
make new blood abundantly, anel
through thcir use thousands of weak,
ailing wives anel -mothers havc been
made bright, cheerful and strong. If
you arc ailing, easily 'tired,-or depressed, it is a duty you owe %-our-
sclt and your familv to give Dr. Williams" Pink Pill- a fair" trial. What
this medicine has done for others it
will  surely   do   for  you.
One of the numerous superstitions
of thc Italian peasantry is that rows
of teeth hung round thc necks of
little children will assist ihcni in
teething.
THE COMMUNITY STEEL
RANGE, FOR THE THRIFTY
BUYER, IS THE BEST RANGE
VALUE OFFERED TODAY.
It Embodies Features Heretofore
found only in the Most Expensive
Kangcs:
A   Handsome   Tile   Back.
Full   Nickeled   Drop   Closet   xn~
Oven   Doors.
A Large Key Plate
Top With Front
Lift.
A Fine Baking
Oven, with Accurate
Oven  Thermometer.
A 7-Gallon Capacity Copper Reservoir, with Regulating Damper.
Fuel - Saving   Firebox,
Sectional  Linings   and
lex   Grates  for   Coal  or
si.
Yet      tho     "Community'*
Price    is    well    within    the
reach of Everyone.
Please Ask Your Local
Hardware Dealer to show
you   this   beautiful   range.
40   YEARS  IN  THE  STOVE BUSINESS
���n.,.-~T.r��.r^tr   x >TT>-_^*r>ciiir\"<*_T   rsjr.       r T-nnrrvsTnirk
lViJC.IV.CVl-OlV-^tl.r-'l-L/JdiJ^O'CI'JL^    "O-O.,    JUllYlll SUV,
Established  1882
Manufacturers   and   Wholesale   Distributors
Stoves.   Furnaces,   Haedware,    Metals,    Building    Papers,    Roofing,    Auto
Accessories   and   Sporting   Goods*
117   BANNATYNE   AVE.,   E., - - WINNIPEG.   MAN.
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t^rgiVffprT>n<W"xi-nt\iyiwirf!\
The young King of Spain speaks
English, French and German, and
has written hooks in _\11 these languages, as well as in Siamese. Hc is
a clever amateur actor, and is the
auijtor Oi several p.ays -anv. (.;���;.ma-ic
sketches.
Warts on the hands is a disfigurement that troubles many ladies. Hol-
loway's Corn Cure will remove the
blemishes without  pain.
Big Lumber Shipments
A total of 19,776,814 feet of lumber
was  shipped on vessels from British
Columbia ports in August.
Minard's  Liniment Cures  Dandruff.
Cure That Cough Today
���Without Medicine
Easily Done By Breathing In the
Healing    Fumes    of
Catarrhozone
No medicine    brings    such    prompt
relief, exerts such an invigorating influence,  or  so   thoroughly  and  speedily  cures  throat     troubles     as     "Ca-
tarrho/ouc."  Doctors,  hospitals,  sani-
wh-ih.'.-; .������'���   iar   as   r..l.nni'-el   sohhers,   prohibi-   tariums---all   say   thai    for   those   who
y.   ;<..   ihe j i'nmists,      independents,      and      olhci   sull'cr   from   change-able*  weather,     for
ih-    :-*p:e. minority  groups arc  concerned.  They I those who arc. predispnsrd to catarrh,
al.-->.)   that
-i   pi-.- -'hie i ii< ni   iu   ['i'..ii.'rrtioii   to  their  strength.
No  snake, frog, toad, or lizard has
ever been  seen   in   Newfoundland.
Settlers for Western Canada
Settlers arc coming into Western
Canada twice as fast as last year, according to immigration reports. The
number entering Canada between
Port Arthur and Ivingsgatc, B.C., was
2,537 last month, as compared with
1,898 in August, 1918.
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''.���*. i'lv.-.l; i"io'.ii   thi'   city   as   a   whijlc.     'What   is
cure j..,-*i.'i-1 l rue in thc e*.asc of Labor, will bc true
pouid  be   able   lo   secure   rcprescnta-   ������*������*   *'"'*'*-'l<".  ilcafn.-ss,  or  bronel.itis,
no   treatment   is   so   nidispe-nsable   as
to I
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In   t'ne-e      \\ e-strrn     1'rovinees,   in-
o ;nl <.���:"   Mitnitoba  being  ilividcd  into
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"('atarrhozoii'.-
l-'or   certain   cure,   for   relief   in   au
hour,  use  ��.'alarrii'izoue,  the  only  di-
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Winnipeg
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e-oustilurue-.ii's,' ''-**'���''"<      lu-eatliablc      uicelicitie.        Two   rs
"months'  tnatment     guarautceel,  price   55
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lucu.-ics,   and   Alberta   into   t vvelve, j .,,   .A\\ dealers eve rywhere.
s: i1,-incii :���   would  he  -.roupe-d, and
ib
lhc     -a me     number     of     men
1   ii<*  rlccicii,  ihcy   wouhl  be  eho-
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The Farmer Makes Good
Wilhoul  any security  but thc.  I'riiuC
Minister's   weird,  the  farmers  plough-
ewcral   nu nibe-rs,'; eil   up   lluir     pasture*     ami   ������uiburl.ed
      -   ,, _,_.. j linn    M'ani.v    I'.epiiai   in    jili.igi . lu
j doing so Ihcy risked everything for
ja nation that hael utterly iie-glecteel
iiicm iiei'oic tin'. u,n, Tliry showed
thai the I'riti.di farmer was a good
farmer ami a .gi.od agiieullurist. For
year*: the- town-man hael ijjneirantiy
hull!bed al the farmer as ;v fellow
without  id. .I--  ami   uilhottt  enterprise,
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) tli.it simr i.iiiik r, .sliejrt hauelcei as he
j w,i**, h.ul so iiH'i'i'.i:.cd the acreage un-
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bc issued nl the time of thc Conference, the Convening Committee S
announces  that  the following items arc definitely assured: S3
1 <".-iliitfit(.ry   Ap-lilft-****'*"5���- I'y   rfi1*   T-'xce-llciiry   tlie   Ge-vernor-C'eneral  of   Cnnnelx, ~
Sir  janicH  AikiiiH,   I.ip.iiu-naut-l.'oset ..<>.- ol   M iuiilutia,  ;nnl   His  Wor.ship  C.  F. *__;
Cu'iiy,   W'ijiiiipoK- S
"  -"'lln*   f .i.:.-Dii i of iiii.- War  lor r..'iii.i(li.m   llilucaliou,"  Hon.   )>r.  Cody,  Minister �������
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3   -"'I'll.* Silioul ;uul thc  1 K'vrloi.iiifut of "Moral  Vurrios'*," Ur. Tlicoelore So.-ucs, s;
_                   l'r ifc���; .ur   of   l"r!ii;inii',    l-**liit-.-jtion,    I'liivcisity   of   Cliieairn. S!
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~                  Falconer,   I'rciiilont   I'ui\'fr*iit.v  of  Tovonto. S
S            S -   '"1'lier  J-'.m:������.(.���.iiti;11   V'ijr.iors  of   l-.iliu-.alioii,"   Dr.   Helen   M.'icMurcIiyt   Oul.-jrio   De- ������
ZZ                  |>arLim-iit  ol   I'Miication.                                . S_l
~           (Ti���-"Tlie  Boy  Scout  Movement :ce .in  Auxiliary to tlie Scliool in Moral Training," *S
2                  I.i*.   ..;i-iie:i   W.   Holierl'.ion,    l.)ouiinloii   p..'oii*iniir..siijiicr   oi   Uic   l.oy   Sr.otils. ���
~           7-���-."Mftluiil-A  unit   lil'*iil- of  tlii*.  Caiuielirm  tSliiiielanl J'.ft'u.iciic.y   Ti'.'iiiiin*.  (jioups," z..
S                  Taylor  t-"tatten.  National  Societal y   Hove'   Work  I >fp.irtnie*iit ol   the   S'.M.C.A. **S
Zt        ���   R-."'l'li<-    l.'unctieiii   of   thf.   Pnlilir.   School   In   Chaiiicter   formation,"   Dr.   J.   I*. Tm
S                  White.   I'lincipal  Dttaua   N'ormal  School.        .... S
__;            *)--'��� l'lluc.it ion    an.)    UiH'uiir.i.riii'.iniii,"   Vcter   Wiij'/ut,    i'.iiii:-li   .S<j.iiii.in'.i    I'uiou. ���
���_*         10���"The   I'.a-is  en'   Moral   'L'fi.-u liieii.,"   Micltuel   O'Hrien.   Toroulo,   lint ~
��� 11���"The   Siliool   ami   I min: dial   Uclat ioii:,liii��-.,"   ])r.   Su.-r.allo,  Preiiiilc-nt   TJniver- ~
��� sity of \Va<ihiii_.toti. ZZ
__��� 12- --"'nie School mul llen'ocraoy," Prf.'i'ulent John II. l*inl<*y, Comnii.,inner of ~Z
5 l:".ilncalioji ior ihr. SlaU- of Nct Tor!;, Albany. IWY. S
S3 l.l--"The School ami ilu- Nc.ve-r ('itueus of ("rinaela," Ur. J. T. M. Anderson, ~
S Hirccior of l".<Iucatio!i anionu New C'an.nlianr., Kririna, Sa^l., ���*_;
S         H "The   Inti.nv-t   of   the   Stat.:   in   l.'U.-tractcr   JChicaticni,"   Dr.   Milton   Faircliihl. K
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mm               The  task ol   itiitialin.'  ilisciuiMieintt has  lieen  aiisicneel   to  ���nf-rsoni;  representative 2
S_!      of  all part!! of  Canada.    Ainonj; thoue ilelinitely ntuureel  at  this date in  this  con- _~
_S      neclion   are: ~
*_H                 V:.   Ch:-*!.i -   M,-i:ji-'i;v.,.   Vthicjin!   Tinr   Hill   <"eillf���;���������,   It: I.(.,-.,   M.S.;   !'..,..   U. ^
2       T.   J.   (.'olcin.iii,   llean   of   h'acnliy   of   IMiicaliou,   tt)iiecii'*i   Ihiivi-rniiy,   Kingston. S
S3       ef)nt.;   J.   T.   ToiniJkinn,   lv.ii..   Vice-l're-'.iiliMit   Univrnii v   of   St.   fiance-   Xaviirr'i. T;__
^       ("ollcne,   Antlfoni.-.li,   N.S. ;   Very   Kcv.   Uc.ui   'I.I.vvmIiI,   All   Saint*."   I'alln-dral,   llali- ~
SS       fax, N.S.:   Hr.   II.   I'.  WhiiMi-u,  M.l".,  lJi'.uulou,  .Man.;   J'ruf.   1 va  K.   Marlin,   Royal ~
S3       Military   ".'olit-|_e,   Kin.;'.Ion,   Out. j   Prol.   \V.   II,   Ali-Aaiulcr,   1 'nuciMty   of Alherlii, 2
SS        I'dmnnteifi,   Alia.;   Dr.   e',,   \V.   P.-irniah*.*,   Ilepnlv   "Mini:trr  of   l-'dncaiion,   Oiielirr; SS
mm       H.   \V.   Caanf,   .K.C,   rickiitciit,   Witmipe-r  ('anadian   I'lnh  anil   (Jliairniaii   Wiiiniprr. "i���
_������*_       School   lloaril;   Dr.   !oh:i   M .icI-Cny,   WY'itimti'.ter  Hall,  Vancojivr,  p.e'. ;  1>.   |.  'Co."- ���r**:
SS       ranee,  Ma miner   ltov.il   Dank,   f*,ju*l|ih,  Out. ;   W.  A.   'Bin han.m,' NT. I*.." 1 ,eth)u iilj_e, 2
S3       Altn.:   W.   Aid..    U.ivid.on,   M.l'.l'.,   lalilor,   Calitavy   Alhertau,   CiliTary,   Alta.: S3
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m !THE     BEVXETT.     ClTEST-OSf,  3  S3  o-  Ottawa.���������At thc opening of thc  session of thc special committee of  thc House on soldiers' civil re-establishment, the telegram from thc United Veterans' League, formerly thc  Gratuity League, demanding representation before thc commission,  came up.  The Imperial veterans oi Vancouver had also asked that a representative be heard, and it -was proposed  to hear thcir delegates this week.  Brig.-Gen. McLean suggested that  the secretary of the Imperial veterans at Winnipeg bc asked that a  delegate bc appointed and notify the  Vancouver branch what had been  done, and asking if that was satisfactory. This was finally put in.the  form of a motion and carried.  Senate Labor Probe  T     ~Tlm.d-.m-        xC*rTxm+mW1.,i-Cl+if.lA'tl  mLJCtUKJ L. ���������%mt0mF*XXX������.������t,*J--dX-*m-.     -r  Big Problem For B'Anmifizio  Increase In Number of Men Brought  About  Question   of  Maintenance  Trieste.���������Additional reinforcements  to Gabriele D'Annunzio's forces have  raised the military strength of Iris  contingent io more ihan 12,000 men,  according to the estimates of allied  o    ccrs returning from  Fiume.  The great increase in the number  of D'Annunzio's men has brought  about the serious question of their  maintenance, in view of thc blockade  of thc port, and D'Annunzio has. been  compelled to request other persons  who havc offered him their services  to stay at home and hold themselves  itrv-ciit j gatio. "i  Nation-Wide Steel Strike  Washington.���������A r ran gem on is havc  been completed for Lhc beginning of  thc senate labor comniin.sion'.s investigation of the nation-wide steel  strike. Chairman Kcnyon announced receipt of assurances irom John  Fitzpairick, chairman of lhc strikers-  organization committee, that hc  ���������would be on hand to present labor's  side of  the  controversy.  Senator   Thomas,  Democrat,   Colorado,  in   an   address   on   the  floor  ol  thc senate, criticized    the    strike    in  bitter   terms,   declaring     it   had   been j  called  on     thc     thinnest  excuse,  and-**  that  thc  principal     object    was     "to  -O  Salvaging Old Bullion  London.���������P.y  ;i  curioi;.-.   coincid-nee  on  the  day  Sir  Eric   Geddes  has  for-  | maily   taken     up   his   new     duties  as  Difficulties   of   Getting   Up   Bars   of | Mini"stt:r   of   Transport,   thc   Govt rn-  Specie Are Immense j ment   was   coi*.fronted   by   an   ultima-  ....��������� < l*cr.'p * .-PI P-p ���������".��������� ^trrnrtrir-rrP rx r ri  lvonaonacrry.���������.'v goou many exaggerated estimates have been put  into circulation regarding the success of thc bullion salvaging operations in connection with the sleam-  Laiircntic, which lies a few  miles    off    the    entrance    to    Lough  industrial     con  disturb and bedevil  ditions,"  and  that  of hundreds  of  thousanels  of  men  i Swill v.  Thc  facts    arc   that   of the  thc   participation  in  $35,000,000 worth of specie which  thc  liner  was   carrying  to  America  when  Commandant J.  G.  Evans,    of  thc j in  readiness  for a call.  Army and Navy Veterans, Kingston,'     Paris.���������An Italian detachment with  rcqucstcu iual     ������iis     orgst-isai-pon   __c  several      armorec.    motor    cars    _.as  crossed the line of demarcation near  Toguirc, Dalmatia, and penetrated thc  town after having overcome the resistance of a dozen Jugo-Slavs, according to a dispatch from Belgrade  received here.  Thc dispatch adds that the United  States vessels havc left Spala for  Toguire.  given a hearing by thc committee. It  was decided to get in touch with W.  J. Tupper, Dominion president of thc  Army and Navy Veterans, asking that  hc take any action necessary toward  appointing a delegate representing  thc -whole organization.  S. Maber.. secretary of the Soldiers'  Settlement Board, Avas recalled and  questioned regarding costs of administration and thc advances made  to soldiers. By thc end of this j  year it was expected the total outlay  for the department would be $48,600,-  000 for loans and administration. Thc  estimate of $150,000,000 for fifty thousand soldiers who were expected to  take loans, did not take iutG account  thc settlement of British ex-service  men. Many enquiries from this class  of men were being received.  About two-thirds of the 4,128 soldiers taking up grants, exercised  their rights to take up homesteads.  It has been the policy of the board  to try and settle men near railroads.  In that case there were few homesteads available for entry.  "In reply to Mr. MacNeil, Mr. "Maber said there were no figures available of the number of men disqualified because of inability to provide  thc necessary 10 per cent, cash payment. It would bc difficult to secure  any figures.  Thc matter of settling imperial soldiers, ex-service men, on the land  was receiving serious consideration,  said Mr. Maber. It was felt that it  would be about aii the load the board  could handle in placing Canada's  soldiers, he said.  Mr. McNeil asked if there was not  a considerable amount of land available in unimproved land, now held  'cinder reserve.  Major Ashlon answered that some  sixty thousand acres of Indian reserve land would soon be made avail-  ���������.i.tle for sale to thc soldiers. Several  townships of forest reserves had also  been freed and several other townships were under investigation. These  lands go to the soldiers free of purchase. Certain grazing leases arc being investigated.  No grazing lease lands had yet  been released for soldier settlement.  an  raniifica-  Anti-Bolshevik Plot  A  .   *  patch reports the discovery of  anti-Bolshevik plot,, with  tions throughout Russia, which led to  the capture and execution of 66 men  on charges of conspiracy. The plot  is said to have originated in Moscow.  strikes   throughout     the   country   becomes almost civil war.  Primary objects of the senate investigation, Senator Kenyon saiel,  would bc thc setting forth before the  public the real causes and objects of  the strike. Fitzpairick, as well as  Chairman Gary of the United States  Steel Corporation, who is said to appear Wednesday, -according to Senator Kenyon's plan of procedure, first  ! mined     in     January,     1917, probably  mg up  Oi  turn turcatcxir.ig stoppage or the  whole railroad system of the country, unless a basis for the standardization of thc men's wages, which  has been in dispute since the month  of March, is settled to thc men's sat-  isfactieun. When it is remembered  how fierce was the opposition the  Transport Bill, which created tlie new  ministry, met in its passage through  parliament, thc coincidence is perhaps not without  .-ignificancc.  Thc. suddenness of the. action of  the National Union of Kailwaymcu is  thc more inexplicable as, by an  agreement, thc war wages of the  workers would  operate  until  thc end  c.  I J\f f tp r.  will be asked for a detailed statement j ,  less than $2,500,000 has been recovered. Of ,this about $1,250,000 was  salved a year ago, when operations  had to bc suspended owing to Gcr.-  man  submarine activities.  It is not so much the actual hook-  gold  that  is j oi    uic    year,    a_; owing    sun     uiree  it, .as the dealing with the hun- j months for further negotiations,  dreds  of tons  of  metal  plates  of the       It is recalled that the Glasgow congress  avoided  a  straight  vote  on  direct  action,  and  the   Miners'  Fcdera-  .ii.  wreck.     These  havc  to  be  blown  up  with  gelignite and shifted before the  HER LITTLE GIRL  HAD DYSENTERY  jiacli ucll is  worth about $6,000, and, thc rccovery  of two bars is reckoned a fair day's  work. When a sufficient consign-  men has been got together it is  sent in charge of a naval paymaster  under a strong escort.to London, and  j-.*,-.*-,.    s\,i   flir-p    .r������r_rti r-tr   i]te-  and then be subject to cross-examination by all members of the committee. It is hoped to complete, thc  enquiry and return n report to thc  senate  within   a  fortnight.  Senator Kenyon holds thc hope  that thc investigation, in its enlightenment of the public, may affect thc  progress of the strike. Thc committee intends     to     icam from both  sides     of   thc   dispute,     exactly  how      __ __,       ZZZZ      ZZZZ. ,, r.    , .     .     . rr    .   ,        League  Can Exist   Without   u.c*.  many   men   and   plants   are   affected, *-*��������� ...  how many steel employees arc union!     l^ns���������In    an   explanation    to  thc  men, and how many nonunion, what   Cnamber of Deputies, Premier Clem-  percentage remain "loyal," what coi.| enccau, aHcr acciarmg tuat uic ^ca-  lateral unions  and industries  are involved, and what conditions  immedi-  atelv led to thc strike.  , ..     ���������i X     -x ~ r. .��������� .-. ��������� I  J~>    -p.    _.r-%..,,.__..  i. ���������, ci i_ p. vi     Jii  campaign to secure nationaliz.-.tion of  the mines, which the Government has  so far refused. Thc question is being asked by thc public whether there  is some political motive behind the  railwaynicn's ulti.r.aic.m.  The   cabinet      sat- for   three   hours  officer is met by government officials,   considering  the  crisis,  alter  which  it  is  authoritatively  announced  th:-.:  the  Government     haei  intimated     its  wil-  to whom  hc reports "all  safe."  tn"  negotiations  some  misuuder-  Bowels Moved as Many as "25 Times  a Day  Dysentery manifests itself with  varying degrees of intensity, but in  well marked cases the attack is commonly preceded by some amount of  diarrhoea, which gradually increases  in severity, and is accompanied with  griping pains in the abdomen. The  discharges from the bowels succeed  each other with great frequency, and  thc matter passed from the bowels,  which at first resemble those of ordinary diarrhoea soon change their  character, becoming scanty, mucuous  or slimy, and subsequently mixed  with, or consisting wholly of blood.  Never neglect what at first appears  to bc a slight attack of diarrhoea or  dysentery may set in.  Cure the first symptoms by tbc use  of Dr. Fowler's Extract of Wild  Strawberry.  Mrs. Jno. V. Tanton, R. "R. No. 8,  Watford, Ont., writes:���������"My daughter was taken down, two ycars ago,  with dysentery, and I could find no  help for her until I got a bottle of  Dr. Fowler's Extract of Wild Strawberry. She was only two ycars old,  and ate something different to what  she was used to. She had as many  as twenty-five movements a day, and  mostly blood. We had thc doctor  several times, but no relief came until we used 'Dr. Fowler's.' 1 would  not be .without it in the house for a  good bit."  Be sure and get "Dr. Fowler's'"  when 'you ask for it. Price, 35c. a  bottle; put tip only by Thc T. Mil-  burn Co., Limited, Toronto, Out.  No Danger From Germany  Paris.���������When thc Chamber of Deputies resumed discussion of the German peace treaty, Andre Tardiett refuted certain objections to the treats-  made by M. Marin regarding the military forces Germany will be allowed  to maintain. M. Tardicu declared the  German army should bc reduced, under the terms of the treaty, to a sort  _ C  -1 Zm  1  ..-i.r.,1 -"..-.i.  01     _*,<cjjUpii inci i<-,     mm    .isjci n-u .un.  France had sufficient guarantees for  the execution of the military clause"*  in  thc  trcatv.  China's Peace Decoration  Pekiu.���������In the mandate issued by  President Hsu Shih Chang, formally  declaring the state of war between  China and  Germany at an  end, Gen-  .lngness to cor, .iru'.;  on the ground that  standing" existed.  Sir Eric Geddes consented to meet  guc    of    Nations    could    exist    even j thc men's leaders, und the possibility  though rejected by thc United States j of avoiding a strike, therefore, looks  senate,  asserted  that it was  precise-'more hopeful,  ly because  the French felt that    the    guarantee     for  some  years  to  come   b-DOU  UfOpS  ill   I/tY    DlSlilClS  that the protective treaty of alliance    between  France,   Great     Britain and  Late Flax   Proving Most   Profitable  thc  United  States  was  drawn  up. Crop in Swift  Current  District  Swift Current, Sask.���������Xe> frost has  yet appeared in this district, the year  having established a record in this  regard. As a consojuencc man}' farmers have started cutting fields of  flax that promise excellent yields in  many instances. Fortunately, taking  thc district as a whole, there is a  targe amount oi hue. "lax. ..nd it now  seems assured that most of it will be  successfully harvested. One farmer  in thc vicinity who counted or. r.o  crop is realizing over $'.0(H)  from  his  "SYRUP OF FIGS'*  CHILD'S LAXATIVE  Look at tongue!  Remove poisons from little stomach,  Mver and bowels  era!  Tucal  Jui.  tne   jornicr  Prc-  micr who was responsible for China's  declaration of war, was awarded a  decoration. Thc honor accorded hirn  is in thc bestowal of the Grand Order of Merit.  CURED HI  . RHEUMATISM!  "1 am eighty-three yearn old ami I doctored  lor rlieuinatiHtn ever since 1 came out of tlie  army, over 50 years uro. Like many others,  I B.jc-it money fic-h' iu.' cio-p'.ili.pl 'c:;:c:.' r.r.il  I have read about 'I'lic Acid' until I. could  nluimt t!-"-t������* I*. T ro-.-.U net c!;c? *���������."���������*;'.'.'" cr  walk without pain; my lianel-i were no sore  und .stiiT I could not hold a pen. Hut now 1  nm acaiu in active btisiiK*..:. and can walk  with cane or wiilc all d.iv with comfort.  Frienehi are ourprioeel at thc chance." Vou  .niKht juut aa well attempt to j>ut out a fire  ���������with oil us try to cert rid of your rhcuniati.m,  neuriti-*. and litce complaints hy U'lcinc treatment -luppoRctl to drive Uric Acid out of your  blood nnd body. .It took Mr. AKlielr.ian titty  yc.ici lo find out lhc Utith. Ifc lc.uu<-l liu.v  lo fret rid of the true cause of his rheumatism,  other di'*ord-*r'* mid recover hii ntrrn_.Mi frorn  ������������������'i*i._  t........ u, ...,:.. " ..r,..i -.-;..-. ri; ������^;i ..j..i  Around The World By Plane  Aero Club of America Will Set Plans  for Huge Aerial Derby  New York.���������Plans have been formulated for an aerial derby around thc  world, for which the prizes may total $1,000,000, it was announced here  by  the Aero  Club of America.  A .special commission has been ap-  poiuLni iu in.ii.i.; a i.uuj ui iiie wo! iu  to arrange {.toppm-**; placer., obtain referees and organize committees in  every country tl.roti._h which thc  racer.1* will pass.  l^iri-^ibh-" mr-v br. used by tlir competitors for a part or all of the trip.  Grain Act Amendment  Ottawa.���������Sir George Foster, Minister of Trade and Commerce, has  given notice of an amendment to thc  Grain Act, providing that in thc  month of August in each year, after  thc crop year endintr August 31, 1919,  stock shall be taken of thc quantity  of grain in thc terminal elevators.  flax, besides  h.avin.u  a  of   Iced   from   'ate   o.*'.-  ���������e.'u'.v amount  Wants Canadian Cattle  London.���������The Daily Mail, in an  editorial urging greater food production, says thai the: importation ot  cattle from Canada should be permitted.  Accept "California'' Syrup of Figs  only���������look for thc name California  on the package, then you arc sure  your child is having the best and  most harmless laxative or physic for  the little -.lomach, liver and bowels.  Children love its delicious fruity  taste. Full directions for child's  dose on each bottle. Give, it without fear.  Mother! You must say "California."  Fire in New Parliament Building*"  Ottawa.���������The1 iv w ji;*.r",i;-.i!-:ori' buildings wo!-;- the. se'i.'m- ot" a J ire, and  but for tiie I'm-to..m" ci'-nstruction a  conflagration .si*...-'i i.s \]r.>.\ ..',' i-Y'iJ-'u-  ary, 1916, might i*...y<. ���������.���������n.-u-.-d. The  blaze occurred ;r. art in-idc. room in  the Vi'im''nie nl a'l'.PMi-.' .-.".���������.;.���������..  boM'.", .'.-.'.d  lllC    fu'l.llU'll    llcU    IO     '.'ii'p'JK     ���������hl.l'        I.p'i.-'C  through corridors, ite., in onh-r to  reacli thc lire. The damngi* *o property was about Jf-'.00O, bur whether  the dense smoke v. inch resulted will  injure any of tlie new painting or  plaster is  pi f.b.-.:tna"i<"'.J.  Have Large Membership  ti. -���������  11 t i.  nc  r*\\ S* r*    /*. *  War  Veterans'   .Association   in   Sask.,  with a total membership of 17,000.  Gr.nr.rnl A.  Ross Sworn  In  Toronto, Ont.���������Brl_j.-Gen.    Arthur  Ross, of lCmp-flton, war, sworn in by  <h������"     T "-Mitfnrint-G.nvi-rpo'r       Sir   Tolin  m  P.|    H^^^^"*.'   ���������  ��������� ^       """"""""I ���������'��������� ��������� ""H  Iree by an authority who devoted over twenty   Hendrie,   aa   minister   in   lite   Heard  *?.'.-���������':.    tc*   !'!**   ' ������������������irv'i':''   <:���������<!���������!"   '>!   ii'i"   (p-ai.-.!*-   I  If any reader of thia p:ipcr wishes "'the Inner My'itctie-i of Klii-uniatir.m" overlooked by  doclorn and '.dentist:; for leiiturie-i pa-it, ('.imply send a post card or letter to If. V. Ciear-  ������-,-ater. (".IS-A Street, ll.jllowi-ll k'ainr. Sftiel  now, let you fnrj_et! Tf not a i.uflVter your-  ���������rlf, .nt out tin . jiutiir and hand thin Kood  nfw'i  .'ind  iippe*.! ttinit v  to  ������������������iiit'.r  nfilii te.!   friend.  .rrlj     P'.MO     'P'li.l      P\l,������     l^-rr-....-     ll      l.y       I.-, lit rr      t,,���������u  wilhonr    .m\     ��������� tl. n(;i*    ull.iteK-i  ijovenimeiu wuuout pomo'io.  As announced by Premier Hearst,  the Soldiers' Aid Commiosion mtui  the So'dier'.' Settlement are to be un  do  die  llUUI.r Ip.1 ,  idnjtiii.-itriitioii     of   ll.e*.   net  W~*~W0r0\~mr~?m^^  W rf7r^.ffPP*--l**W  w.  r*.  n.  i.'i*-;,  i\i������l' n. nCvV Ji IwiCSiluG  Proposal For  a Union  of  Palestine,  Syria and Mesopotamia  Loudon.���������Habibi    Lotfallah,    chief  European  representative    of the  Syrian union committee, informed    thc  Associated Press  that  Prince Fcisal,  son  of  the Kin__  cf  the  Hc-!j:*.-\ hr*.-*  tentatively accepted a proposal drawn  by tiie committee lor a union ot   t'.U  estine,      Syria      nnd      Mesopotamia.  Prince    Fc'"..*!'.'   :���������.?''���������'",i'???.:? r,   !-.-*   r.-'"'���������,  Was given on comlition that  the British  Government    -approved  thc  plan.  The  proposal already  har.  be?*.*,     l.-.id  I'CllJI 4. UIC-      UO. til...,...., ir'.       ....   .     '.,  which   i:*.   cou:,ivloriiip'   it.  Tlie scheme provider, for the appointment over the united nations of  a covernor-rTncral to be selecti-d 4������T  Great Britain, Fraiu'i: and fyri-i thr  executive bodies, a chamber und  senate     representing     three;   dill* rent  '. t : I I I'        ( r 1 1     .1     I I I   1 I I < i I   I . I <  : .       I '.       .' ���������   ,     .ill'     t 1 . ���������  tb .jf iiii'/,  nl   .t   i'< ui ���������-11;'.'.' ..in.  W    ~B.~n    tL*ArntZ>! H  ~%jr.~-m*4i  mi. mmB  fc_.ni.��������� ���������-���������   ������������������ ��������� mtmm  I FaceWas Badly Disfigured.  Cuticura Soap and  Ointment Healed.'  "Small  red p'mpler.  nnd  b'-tck-  headt"  becon on  my face, nnd my  (.io- v...i- I'.adly disfigured.  .- /���������        ��������� -    -������ ���������"���������V-..      m,  .m I-.     .    XT *m t J      T-0 0 \\0 * t 0-T-X0 T.T  fZ- Z-Z\ Some of the pimples fet  flixm ���������������������-���������.*i i t������e������l while, othert. ncale  *_>v r/ over and mere wcic plwcca  "**."* f where thc j imples were  "*-- (v In blnichfm. They lined  1 ^/ip-^-to Itch and burn terribly.  ' ' "1   t,aw  an   advertisc-  b uieul: ior Ci'.ikui.j. to.a i u ico. ll-ai..  I 'I'Ury j.tonr.-.I the ::.:hlrii_ atiel tnirn-  I Iih, urn! i Hsi-pI fir.-.r eaUeti ol Soap  I ftnil three boxes of Ointment which  I heali-Ji me." (Si.'jnteJ) *M!������:ts V. A.  H������yne. Etonnor.t, H 3., I>.-.26,*1K.  Tb. Ctillrt'.rn Tn'A.H Trio, eeinii'tirir' ot  So������i),0'Dti������v*ijiar������i!Talcim������,*proiiiiottai.Uli.  . '. 4     ,    .   . t   y .. . ., t.    ... , ..,..,1 f.,..  rvery-duiy  ti.ilet purxj'uKrs.     I-"������>r ".-.tuplai I  F������rK V'vmm  !>y Mult, iiiti.rrn.1:   "Cutlrurat  I  4- P 4.       ..4|,.      . ,i     .-       *      >.     . , ..-.., x .-..���������.,,-, r VI  ���������H*  '" V  v&uM  "'���������;,  ������������������.:.:tC.-iT.~mV  yp-i'M-:  z  A  ZZWi  ^A?  .'������������������A?s  - ������������������*. *r ���������  ���������-?������������������:%���������-  -'? . J-:'  .:;-.������";  ������������������AL:  a?:?  h^'^^W^'^'^^T". ** THE  CKESTOK  BKYIBW  WSSSSSSa  %w.*'~^%kx^dmf,  BBS^"^"******-****"********"*"  MM|k_M|M|HWe<-W'flreUpt1'eM  ^Sp^PWbSw  mi-mm  1919 Fall Fair  'rize Wiijiners  Below will be found a- list of  prize winners at the Creston fall  fair, whieli we think will be found  c u-rect.    The   list   has    not    been   .���������;*,.,.   ....  4rili|.MICH      <U_K  tlie   secretary,   how-  ..        t.xr.   ������'**..~1-  ever, and must not be considered as  the official list of winners.  Fruit���������Boxes  Five boxes apples.Speets'Cup���������Truscott  Bros I, Jas Cook 2, Jas Adlard tf.  Best box in she>w���������Jas Cook.  Wagner���������Jas Cook. Huygens and  VanAckeran.  North n-n Spy���������W V Jackson.  Mackintosh Red���������Miss Hazel Anel revv, Jas Cook.  Wealthy���������W K Brown.  Uin.r w v r,,.f  -b A  ���������  ** T^ ���������    ��������� - mj   *%-T~r I  Jonathan���������Jas Cook, Paul H.-igen,  Wvnndel.  Ontario���������Mrs J W Hamiltun, W V  Jackson.  Delicious���������Jas Cook, "VV V Jackson.  Grimes Golden���������Huygens and Van  Ack-~-i-.ii..  Ribs'.oti Pippin���������\V V Jackson, Jas  Cook.  Spitzenberg���������Jas Cook. Mrs J W  Hamilton.  Wiloter Banana���������Mrs H B Deiwns,  Mrs C Kelsey.  Best packed box of apples���������.Ths Cook.  Best ce>!ort4't! be*"**** for v.'iricty���������*W V  Jackson. ���������*���������**  J?v--0.* &4?~*rvm  ._������    m  <������������������������������_,<--.~*-**"*     -kmm~0-~>-������  coGox Orange���������A Mr.ckie, Boswell; W  A McMurtrie.  Yellow Newton���������R J Leinfj-.  Spitzenberg���������VV G   Littlejohn, R J  Long.  Northern Spy���������W G Little"john, W  V Jackson.  Wagner���������W G Littlejohn, A Mackie,  Boswell.  Jon-(than���������R J Long, E Simmons*.  Gravenstein���������W  A McMurtrie.  W  G Littlejohn.  McTntosh Reel���������Mrs Cotterill. Lewis  Lilliejohn.  Wealthy���������C O Rodgers, W H Ge������b-  bett.  Grimes Golden���������S Moon, Wynndel;  W A McMurtrie.  Rhode Island Greening���������WG Littlejohn. R J Long.  Ontario���������'���������Jas  Compton, W V  Jack-  so si.  King���������Mrs C Cotterill. W V JaYkson.  Rome   Beauty���������C O   Rodgers,,.. J as  Comptou.  Delicious���������R J Long, C O Rodgers.  Golden Russet���������M McCarthv, W H  Gobbett.  Ribston    Pippin ��������� W   V    Jackson,  Geo Johnson.  Snow���������W V Jackson. Mrs Cotterill.  Winter. Banana���������R Stark, Mrs H B  Downs.  Toliuan   Sweet���������Mrs   Cotterill,  Jas  Compton.  Any    other   variety���������Walter Hall.  Huvgens and VanAckeran.  Quinces���������Mrs     Cotterill,    G     Cartwright.  Peaches���������A  North, Sirdar;  E  Simmons,  Transcendant Crabs���������VV V Jackson.  Hyslop Crabs���������Ashley Cooper, E N  Holmes.  Martha Crabs���������31 McCarthy. W H  Gobbett.  Box e>f Pears���������R J Long.  Plate   of   pears���������W  A   McMurtrie,.  Ashlev Cooper.  Italian   Prunes���������Ashley  Cooper, W  S Watson.  Damson Plums���������Guy Constable.  Lombard Phinis���������S Moon, Wynndel;  W V Jackson.  Yellow Egg Plums���������E Simmons,  Ashley Cooper.  Green Gage Plums���������S Moon, Wynn-  -..,1.    T7I    tJ".7      A --T.  Any other variety Plums���������Ashley  Cooper, E C Gibbs.  Plate of grapes���������G Carlvvrigut, *ur*s  C Kelsey.  Horses  General purpose team in harness���������J  P Ceiok, G Cartwright.  General purpose much horse, in harness���������F Putnam.  Saddle horse, shown under saddle���������  Victor Carr, Andrew Paul.  Saddle pony, boys or girlf, shown  under saddle���������Paul Hagen, Wynndell,  Ualph Christie. >  Cattle  Registered bull, dairy type"*-���������C O  Rodgers, W .V_ Jackson.  Registered Holstein cow���������Jas Compton, C O Rodgers.   .  Registered Holstein heifer, under  two years���������CO Rodgers, Jas Compton.  Grade cow, dairy type���������Jas Maxwell,  W V Jackson.  Grade hefer, under two years���������G O  Rodgers, W V Jackson.  Beef breed, most typical cow over  two years, (Bank of Commerce medal)  ���������J H Webster, Paul Hagen. Wvnndel.  Dairy breed, most typical cow. over  two years, (Bank of Commerce medal)  ���������W V Jackson.  Grade dairy breed, most typical eow  ���������Jas Maxv/ell.  <"I..H*   r,r%7>,rx.,*;T * ,. .-  T ,. r-   f. rx x.,-x X ,.- .  x.r,x,x   p.p..... **<���������. . prRP'P* ut CP.-P   \-Tpr tt ��������� x.tr. i t J .  Registered Jersey cow���������W V Jackson, W H Crawford.  Registered Jersey heifer, under two  years���������S A Speers, VV   H  Crawford.  Sheep  Pen three ewes, with lambs, any  breed���������W H Crawford, Geo Johnson.  Rabbits  Flemish Giant���������Phyllis Hamilton,  Harry Smith.  Belgian hare���������Eison Lidgate. Harry  Smith.  Roolsand Vegetables  Potatoes, 25 pounds���������C O Rodgers,  J H Webster.  Tomatoes, crate���������S Moon, Wynndel.  Carrots���������Lewis Littlejohn.  Cabbage, winter���������Jas Maxwell.  Beets, table���������G Cartwright.  Corn- ears F  ii  Jackson.  Arthur  Stark.  Cucumbers���������Sam Fraser, F H Jack  son.  Tomatoes,  six���������S  Moon, Wynndel,  1st and 2nd.  Squash���������G   Cartwright,   A   North,  Sirdar.  Pumpkin���������Arthur   Stark,   G   Cartwright.  Citron���������G Cartwright, R Dodds.  Onions, any variety���������J K Webster.  Onions, pickling���������Mrs H B Downs.  Beans, plate���������Rose Cherrington, Jim  Cherrington, jr.  Best   collection  yegetables���������E Simmons.  Fodder corn, stalks���������Arthur Stark.  Carrots, white���������Lewis Littlejohn, J  H Webster.  Beets,field���������F Putnam, Jas Maxwell.  Mangolds���������Jas Maxwell, J H Webster.  Rolled oats   drop cakes���������Mrs S A  Speers, Mrs Oatway.  Cookies���������Mrs A L Cameron, Mrs C  Cotterill,  Ginger snaps���������Mrs A L Cameron,  Mrs C Cotter-H. ������.-'..  Lemon pie���������Mrs G* Johnson, Mrs'S  A Speers.  Apple pie���������Mrs G Cartwright, Miss  Hazel Andrew.  Nut loaf���������Mrs G Johnson.  Ginger bread���������-Mrs G Cartwright,  Mrs E N Holmes.  Layer cake, white���������Mrs C 0 Rodgers, Mrs G Cartwright.  Layer cake, chocolate���������Mrs Oatway,  Mrs A L Cameron.  Loaf cake and pan of bis:c"**uts, Magic  baking powder special���������Mrs H H Taylor, Mrs F H Jackson.  Light cake, Feather-light baking  powder special���������Miss Hazel Andrew.  Bread, Our Best flour special���������Mrs  Whitehead, Mrs F w Ash.  Bread, Robin Hood flour special-  Mrs -whitehead 1st, Mrs Cotterill and  Mrs Birney tiefor second.  Bread, -y'ive Koses flour special���������Mrs  Cotterill, Mrs Hayden.  Bread, any flour���������Mrs E N Holmes,  Mrs whitehead.  Butter and Cheese .  Butter,   pound    prints���������Mrs    F*  Hagen, wynndel; Mrs E N Holm*;  Butter, 3-pound roll���������Mrs E N Holp  es, Mrs, HH Taylor.  Canned Qnods  Assorted canned fruit���������Mrs Jas Cook',  and Mrs H B Downs tie for 1st.  Assorted canned yegetables���������Mrs  Jas Cook, Mrs S A Speers.  Assorted jams���������Mrs S A Speers, Mrs  H B Downs.  Assorted jelly���������Mra Jas Cook.  Assorted pickles���������Mrs Jas Cook, Mrs  Oatway. "?  Assorted catsup���������Mrs S A Speers.  Mrs Cook.  Collection panned foods���������Mrs Jas  Cook, Mrs Oatway.  Pigs, Bankers' competition���������Alfred  Be^ffey.  Poultry  Barred rock, cock���������Mrs H H Taylor.  Barred rock, hen���������Mrs H H Taylor.  Barred rock, cockerel���������Mrs C O Rodgers, Ernest Stinson.  White Wyandotte, cockerel���������G  j-.     _       ���������   i _ ***-s*>  Cartwright. r  White Wyandotte, pullet���������Mrs J W  Hamilton.  Rose Comb Rhode Island Red, cockerel���������Mrs C O Rodgers, C G Bennett.  Rose Comb Rhode Island Red, pullet  ���������0 G Bennett. 1st and 2nd.  White Orpington, cockerel���������Maud  Botterill.  White. Orpington, pullet���������Maud  Botterill.  Single Comb White Leghorn, cockerel ���������J Harbinson, Nelson, 1st and 2nd  Single Comb White Leghorn, pullet  ���������J  Harbinson, Nelson; C G Benuett.  Drake���������Ernest Stinson.  Duck���������Ernest Stinson.  Turkey, torn���������Ernest Stinson, Mrs  C O Rodgers.  Turkey, hen���������Mrs C O Rodgers.  Dozen white eggs���������Mrs EN Holmes,  Mrs W V Jackson.  Dozen Brown eggs���������Mrs W V Jackson. G Cartwright.  Honey  Extracted honey���������W H Gobbett,  Fiances Knott.  Coiiie in and see my stock.  They are the best.  Seeing i.s believing.  Latest Sheet   Music and   Records  Juvenile  Handmade camisole���������Ruth Compton, Louise Bevan.  Tatting���������Rose Cherrington, Phyiiis  Hamilton.  Crochet, doyley���������Margery Hamilton  Edna Holmes. "*���������  Patched hole in cotton���������Frances  Lyne.  Machine^ made underskirt���������Rose  Cherrington.  Hand knit socks���������Rose Cherrington.  Iced light cake���������Evelyn Bevan, Kate  Moore.  Plants and Flowers  Ornamental house plant���������Mrs C O  rtodgers 1st and 2nd.  Roses, 3���������WR Brown, Muriel Knott.  Asters���������E Simmons, Mrs Rodgers.  Dahlias���������Mrs Rodgers 1st and 2nd.  Amateur photo:-;���������Miss H Andrew.  Sweet peas���������E Simmons,WKBrown  Needlework  Tatting���������Mrs W V Jackson.  ��������� x i    .      p _. ��������� ..p..,". ..-.      p*.*r         '        -r  JCX-vil-JmLjavipi      ii t^utu. proo XTX-'O      _**_.      -L.  Cameron, Mrs C Cotterill.  Embroidered centrepiece on linen-  Mrs Jas Cook.  Button  holes Mrs   W V Jackson,  Muriel Knott. >  Sofa cushion���������Mrs Cook,Mrs Downs.  Pair hand knit socks���������Mrs Cook,  Mrs Whitehead  Darning oi"/worn socks���������Mrs W* V  Jai-kbou, Mrs Cook.  Pieced and quilted cotton quilt���������  Mrs A L Cameron, Ernest Stinson.  Hooked mat���������Mrs W S Gilbert,  Muriel Knott,  Towel, with Hlet crochet���������Mrs Cook,  Mrs A L Cameron.  Collection fancy work���������WK Brown,  Mrs K Andrew.  Corset cover yoke in filet drochet���������  Mrs Jas Compton, Mrs Downs.        **"  Pin cushion���������Mrs Cook, Mrs -Geo  Johnson.  Pillow cases with crochet���������Mrs  Cook, Mrs A L Cameron.  Hand knit men's mitts���������Mrs Cook,  Mrs A L Cameron.  Pillow cases with knitting���������Mrs Jas  Compton, Mrs A L Cameron.  Collection crochet���������Mrs Cook, Miss  Zalla Johnson.  Homemade housedress���������Mrs Downs  Mrs Thurston.  Collection home mending���������Mrs w V  Jackson, Mrs Djowns.  Work apron���������Mrs Cook.  Fancy tea apron���������Mrs Downs, Mrs  Cook.  Cooking  Pan buns���������Mrs Birney, Mrs Cook.  De-vil food cake���������Mrs G Cartwright,  Mrs G Johnson.  English cake���������Mrs Whitehead, Mrs  R Thurston.  Tragien^ron*} Hyon H.chsQ  eiiui0|JiElG.ll UVGII   UldllOd  ������ an an iniin __-__.  H H H H S H fl E fi B  save  nm ana Laoor  Pyrex saves about one-half the  fuel usually required, because it  absorbs nearly all the even heat  and bakes food quickly.  It saves food in many ways.  Meats, vegetables, etc., when cooked in Pyrex, retain their natural  flavor to such a degree that econo-  otny may be practised in buying  the less expensive kinds and yet  hnve delicious foods.  Pyrex saves labor���������it is always  free from grease and odors, for  nothing can penetrate the hard,  smooth surface. You can wash it  as easily as your china and silver.  JLJ*QlJf        plC-GiMP-SOrl        C.I_-l|Jt.      auu      S_5_t.  for baking is made in Pyrex.  suviia yeor  fosrfift"n"  complete line of PYREX  now on display.  These frosty mornings feelingly remind that the cooler  weather is not far off, and that  it is not a bit too early to be  investigating stocks of cooler  weather wear.  This season it will be particularly good business not  only to investigate but also to  buy early. The supply of  heavy wearables is limited,  and there is no certainty of  some lines being replaced.  This  week  we  draw special  offonf .rwrp fr\   o     Qp^_^'"''*.'rJO'  _->f  ~"~ ~~ ~"~ ���������      ��������� ��������� ���������       _^_  Sweaters  Heavy Underwear  Heavy  Heavy Pants  Gloves.     Mitts  Buy your fall and winter  needs from these lines early,  making sure of quality at a  moderate price.  Socks  Sm a~ FOREkVBASS  Q 1  _s**ta  f.   B  Genera! Merchant  a  Better  Service  BROTHERS  Lower  Prices  n  M  11  II  ll  i 1  I!  li  FRUIT GROWERS  Fruit. ^r'l'A'i-r'i cm <r-nl.rM^l. their ba.i-nn.pf  umrcsts to 1 ...is J.-rir.!: v. ii.i the Fullest  n:������������������,'������������������.urnnft"1 thn.t thcy v/ill  vc-Zyji. i-vcj-y care  nr.fl filter*tii'-ii.  The ninny r,<:rv\c.fS v>hi<!.   ih.ir-   fh.nk i.*-*  j*. i''j',t ! ve]   t<>   "'e-j.i.e..'   ���������..���������!.  j.'i.iijy hi. CX phi. 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