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C; FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 11919  No. 38  t*^���������^WMUtf*.MlX!SQI4l4JJimBga  3  **89  ���������r  -2  g.**535gig-ga^  If an old-established cannery firm proposed  to establish a modern canning iactory in  ���������ton Vallev ..at a cost  of $5000 citi-  n  ���������e-ir*,C"-l  zens would readily .donate a total of $500  to secure the industry;    or  If a reputable firm were to undertake to  install an irrigation system at a cost of  $50,000 residents would just as readily  put up $5000 between them ���������without  interest, too ��������� to secure such a boon.   ^  i  ig&m&iiaiAmmjm&smiimMm  -*������������������      xr���������  .���������ir..r::.:.i-J!-yi:.~.-Xr..-  There would be "something in it" for them  in either or both projects.  Possibly In a less direct, but certainly  none the less sure, way all citizens  will find "something in it" by seeing to it that this district subscribes  at least its quota of $50,000 to the  Victory Loan 1919.  Not less than Half a Million Dollars  of  the Loan  will   come   backp to  Creston Valley.  At  LISTER  an  area of 7000 Acres is  being got ready for  Soldier  Settlement.  It   is   beincr   allocated   in    20-acre   farms,  <j>  principally, though where the area may  be 'broken' .sonic 40-acre farms may be  necessary. -  Subdivided in this way it is fair to assume  there will be 2 50 firms at Lister.  Under tlie Federal Government Soldier Settlement plan  veterans taking upland receive loans up to $8000 each.  Up to $5000 may be had to'buy land.    $1000 to purchase  livestock.    Up to $*2000 wherewith to erect buildings.  lint, io he quite moOcraie we will figure each  man  will  ���������>idy honor.* 2f> percent, of the total allowed,  This would be but $2000 per man���������a modest, estimate,  surely.  $*J000 per niiUi I'av --1a() soldier farmers ami you havc the  Half Million Dollar.-* previously .stated.1  af5������  >s     a  /  'allov'e  loots  lint  w  wf J-jj-af-*      jjti *"*%������*(&  w v___>*Tr,*!ri,o  ���������    -a -������   u   v���������   mm-  tm j.mm. m   m   ______.___,'__  -8 1  rnm^m-vframa^mwm'  ,-rft-r  mean to you?     Lei us cite a few  examples  of what it lias already  "-���������������������%r������\������*������ 0_>pJ. '  m a b trze-a n e a .  Last April we had. a ten-acre ranch  owner beseech us io rmct mm a  buyer at $4000. In August he  sold at $5  Last March  a a twenty-ac^e rancher  announced to us his desire to sell  at $10,000.     He has since refused  ,000.  Late this spring another ten-acre  owner was more than anxious to  sell  at  even  $6500.    Last month  they refused to consider even $8000.  These are just a few���������and you can  have the names if you wish.  In a very large measure just therassurance of the Li.ster  settlement has enhanced improved land values $100  per acre���������and they're worth every dollar of it.  The continued development at Lister assures and justifies  a still further advance in Valley land values.  If the Provincial Government is willing to invest in 7000  acres, arid spend the money necessary to clear it and  .    put improvements on it; and if after working on it the  veterans  are  eager' to secure it, assuredly the land  must be right,  This double assurance that our Valley heritage i.s a goodly  one cannot fail to maintain and increase laud value.**.,  as well as stimulate the demand.  r\o il      "XT'...'��������� r.lit "���������',__._���������_  1 O ��������� f* <*.* *��������� *������������������������*���������<"-' 'Wii* isists ...'ll  lp..   ., .....  Ol tiie Victory i.jOaii .iuj..������ ai-������������-.������������. .������������������./_*,prv...-,pr./p. ������������_._ ...o ...-iv.*..  for soldier settlement purposes.  On the facts aforementioned to recall that $500,000 will  eventually come to Creston Valley is stating Uic case  mildly.  And to assure the funds for this soldier land settlement  effort Creston  V alley is asked for but $-~>0,000.  Aside from what "there is in it" tins section ought to lend  <���������*.-������.��������� ���������itt.w.ni.,1  il'eiulv in I h-mlci'nl.,"���������������-**-: i'or virtnrv  Buy all the Victory Honds you e*in for cash, aud ,]\t-\\ buy  fully as many more on tiie instalment plan. N our  easJi purchases will readily enable you to ������������������airy those  you buy on time:  m  n  ^,^-H."iiHJi)llllJiiUu lUIUU-M't'MH-t'^'-MM.rt*^^  a  .ie<w *-���������"���������������*������������������ "ftl-M mKv*-Sr.vi;vi-*fo,m4 "..-y"- .*,-,���������*������ ���������  ^^-fe-.K.'****  ������������������'���������> ���������*,-.������:.n.v :-r#r.m..*.  .. .���������irt.4*i^'^_������_-.>''i"<'.+'i,ri" if'  mmmMm-ttimM-. 3*HS     BEVIEW,     CTITRTON.    B.     &  D.-..4A-.: P\ S ���������  Osmt: avj-r-ajr-flvv       a      bi am a % txr *.  iiuuuv   -uiiuurxo,  11  tvii  g Eyes,  womanly Heaitn  ii!  IjI  Thousands of Happy Girls and Women Endorse the Treatment  BRINGS KEEN APPETITE;  GOOD SPIRITS  Women who arc all played out,  droopy, pale, nervous, and irritable  will certainly bc greatly interested.  So will folks who are cnibarrased  with pimples, rashes, and pallid complexion.  The real joy of living is best known  to those who keep the blood pure and  the systcm toned by the vise of Dr.  Hamilton's Pills, a soothing tonic  Laxative that puts health, vim, and  spirits into those who lack these  qualities.  You will bc stronger, better nourished, in better spirits, and sleep bet-  - tcr  after  using Dr.   Hamilton's   Pills.  This wonderful medicine will do  you good in a hundred ways. It will  put spring in your step, an attractive brightness in your ej-cs. and ou  your  cheeks   will  be     stamped     the  tail, but when the hors d'oeuvres were  served hc quickly discovered how  badly hc was in need of food. A fillet  of sole, followed by a juicy steak,  went far toward restoring him" to his  normal self. Pembroke was hungry,  too, and" neither had much to say until thc coffee was served. Then Pembroke lighted a cigar, leaned back in  his chair, and, looking at Rugglcs,  whose execution of thc delicious luncheon he had been observing with  kindly approval, asked with a smile:���������  "Feeling better, old chap?".  "I sure am," Ruggles answered. "I  guess I was hungrier than I thought.  You see, I've had a lot of things  bothering me for thc last couple of  days and 'I haven't thought much  about eating."  "So I imagined,"- Pembroke answered. "You looked pretty well  gone. Do 3-011 think they'll try to  make it nasty for you dow;n there?  Ruggles shook his head. "I don't  believe so," he answered. "Lorenz  might, but he's got to go to Vienna  today. Durand, the manager, will  probably try to hush the thing up,  if only for his own sake.    I'm sorr3r  I   j Stuffy Head Cleared  j       Oi Catarrh-Germs i  I By ���������"-���������Catarrhozone" j  To catarrh victim*; wc have just  onc word of advice���������cure it no\v.sThc  remedy is "Catari-hozone." That it  will cure permanently j-ou cannot  doubt. Catarrhozone lias cured thousands; it will cure, yon, too.  It acts in iwo ways: First, it dc-  jstroys the germ���������that checks the progress of thc disease. Its second action is to heal the sore places thc.  germs caused. Nice to think of  breathing little drops of healing to  every part of thc iuugs, bronchial  tubes and nasal passages.    It is such  1 incntly fitted to grasp the situation  because the social conditions of life  m -".ustralia s.i ���������.'���������lo-.ely approach"those  of the United States in many ways.  It did uot take Ruggles lqpg to tell  ' his story, scarcely a quarter of an  hour, in fact; the more so as lie had  so little to say about himself. Pembroke observed this trait' in him with  particular appreciation, realizing its  rarity. Rugglcs finished his narrative aud looked hopefully at Pembroke.  -   "It's  sort of fun 113-,"  said Ruggles,  "how  much  good it  seems   to  do  a  fellow to get a thing like this off his  chest. ' Say,  doctor,*'���������lie   remember-j j!  ed Pembroke's admonition and it put  Hc had  ihe   pro-  II c%e9j  **"���������������   ��������� _ m      .  *-a-IlB*!BBBaaBi-  vm   *"���������*������������������""������6       "������������������*"*  "Or-BHMI  ir  What  Lydia  sl.  rixiKnams  For Ohi������ Woman.  ***_**_������������___.(��������� _,*U1r_i   4_T"*,__,������p_f������������__nMfl__rl    l_)i_ra  X PfcJtPk_r������**������rf������PW       %������W������C������j}irPir������������ ������m������_p      os-mra  ,  absolute     thoroughness     that makes.  Catarrhozone so effective in grippe, I him much more at his case  catarrh, and cold?. Then by its so-1 not been quite sure about  dative influence    upon    ihe��������� raucous'_,���������    r-        , t     * . ��������� t ���������  surface it clears ai.y the cough at:d i ?,e. !��������������� ������f..aad������ss-in speaking to a  throat tenderness very quickly. \VcsBntlsh PCC1*������ and whether politeness  owe something to a science, dint ha? ��������� required that he should say "Lord,"  given lis Catarrhozone--that wonder-1 "my lord," "vour lordship," or just  ful remedy which so surely enable, us , w'hat#    ���������j havcn,t gQt thJs thJng. quite  doped yet, but it sort of seems to me  as if I'd made a darn fool of myself  to perniancntlj"  cure  disease  of     the l  breathing apparatus.      We   all   know-  that   stomach  dosing  is   useless,   and  this departure in. thc -���������������������������-���������<-><���������!  .    ... .   _  rnoUe  oi  treat-1 from   the  very   start.     Win-,   doctor,  ment is an advance in medical science   whcn comc to thinfc Q{ h     ������,  tna*:   everybody     can   appreciat...   an*.!. t     .,        T,       , _,     , . .,  value.    Complete  outfit of  Catarrlio- * PcoPIc  that I ve been flocking    with  organs.  The  benefits   fro:  Dr.   Hamilton's   bunch."  Pills come about in a natural, sooth  mg, easy way, and girls and women  of all ages arc advised to try this  old-time family remedy, which is  gold by all  dealers in  25c boxes.  r  iv  -Tr***"* e������ -m *B "*���������  BJ *-��������������� ���������  H   Tt d-*���������  ^  S-C    TS   5   m ^   sS.-1^!   s^Tz* "V -p"**1   ~ ���������*lr^*,  b ��������� r g s i a * 5J-      iBBSj  .m.    A&AJkMi.<gn _4_.rf_4A.1s_r  Pembroke chuckled. "I must say  you made a ripping thorough job of  it," said lie. "Since it had to bc I  wouldn't havc missed it for anything.  That right hook 3-ou put on thc jaw  of the German gentleman was a proper knock-out if hc hadn't been such  l\ 11 ii    .'nil     c(A4.nr4/1     T.*TT*  Wcll,"\aid  hr,  "it  was  like   this,  [- j Lord���������"  "Call mc 'doctor,' " said .Pembroke.  "I like it better. You see, anj-body  might become a peer by virtue of  birth or circumstance or because of  ���������oh, a lot of things.    But a man has  m    m "S_*a/   m m  \mP    *?���������    Aft.  %SS*������    S**"_l_   ttf^-** &%������$  KJ km\\jr'\~r~3  HENRY G. ROWLAND  Copyrighted. Printed by special  arrangement with  Thos. Alien,  *T*o vr.vv tr*  i/" voi1  sto-^'Dcd  'Well.  iii t n. bonv brute.      ...   -   beautifully when hc came back.    Qh,j  it   was   a   lovely   scrap."     He  leaned  Hkc this",  back and     laughed, then     looked at  =#  (Continued.)  "He's certainly a fine old gentleman," Rugglcs answered.  "Well," said Pembroke, "come out  in thc garden as soon as you're read}*.  I'l! go order our chow,"  He went out, and Ruggles stood  for a  moment staring into the  glass.!  laughed, then  Ruggles, who was sipping his coffee  and taking no apparent pleasure in  this sort of praise. "What arc you  going to do now?"  "I don't know," Ruggles answered  slowl}*. "I've got a little money sav-  j, cd up and I thought I might go back  7 j to Iv York, and hunt up some sort of  a job. I've got enough of this town.  You sec, it's not 011I3- losing my job,"  he went on, with a rather heightened  color, "but only the day before, I  got turned down by a girl I thought  a whole lot about."  "No, really?    I say, that is tough"  Portsmouth, Ohio.���������*" I suffered from  irregularities, pains in my side and was  so weak at times I  could hardly get.  around to u������ my  work, and as I had  four in my family  and three Boarders .  Umbrellas   and   self-respect  lost are seldom regained.  .���������.ken  Only a man with a good substantial  income can afford to write poetry.  DARTING, MRC1NG  then," said Ruggles, "it was  ' And iu his simple, frank,  aud often slang}- manner of speaking,  he proceeded to put Pembroke in pos- j  session of all the facts connected with  his unfortunate affair. Pembroke  lighted a fresh cigar and leaned back  in his chair to listen.    He was a man  tr*t. n np_._r_   a**-, a rutTs  **iS SS!!!     ���������PfflBra"'".  ���������Jlr������/i������������*l������  ������ Zl'-ZoJ  [Give  way  before the penetrating effects of Sioan*s  Liniment  j What  was  the  trouble,   if  you  don't j j-,r cbaee'e Ointment will reUeve you'at'c'nce  1 mind inv a<-kin<-*������������������" i and at* certainly cure you.   tlOo. 0 bos; al)  So do those rheumatic twinges .and  ,      ,        ,  , ���������     , ,, ,    ...     the loin-aches of lumbago, the nerve-  who  loved  his  fellow  men,  loved to jinflamrnation     of neuritis,     the  wry  help and direct them, and his expen-jneck. the joint wrench,  the ligament  ence of human nature in thc raw as j sprain,  the muscle     strain, and  well  as  in   the  finished product  Avas I throbbisigr bruise.  considerable.    Hc was the more cm- i   *TT,������)TC ?L^}P^e' ^LV^fl  I of  relief,     the  positive   results,     the  _���������������������������'   '   - ���������'������������������    ��������� - -     '.   '    ������������������.������������������'������������������"���������  > .  ��������� 1 cleanliness,    and    the    economy    of  Bo not euffe*-��������� *^*!oa'*'s Liniment make it universally  Knottier day with ! preferred. 35c, 70c, $1.40. Made in  11 e b i n e, BlQcd- i Canada,  Injf,  or   Prc-tprad' \      ���������.,��������� .  ing Piles.: No  surgical opor-  at ion   requirod.  it made it very hard  for me. Lydia E.  Pinkham'a Vegetable Compound  was recommended  to me. I took it  and it has restored  my health. It iu  4 certainly tho best  medicine for woman's ailments I ever  saw.-"���������Mrs. Sara Shaw, K. No. 1,  Portsmouth, Ohio.  Mrs. Shaw nrovedi th������ merit of this  medicine and vrrote this letter in order  that other suffering -women may find  relief as she did.  ���������SPrJV,-- ��������������� t ��������� ��������� JB��������� S-.00 ��������� 0.   -t-rm   ���������__-  TVVlUlcU   W������t<4i> QIC   DUUCllUg  OO  DUO   TV CM  should not drag aloner from dey to dz?  ���������without giving this famous root and  herb remedy, Lydia E. Pinlsbam's Vegetable Compound, a trial. For special  edviee in regard to guca ailments write  to LvdiaE. PinkhamMedicine Co.,Lynn,  Mass. The result of its forty years  experience is at your sen-ice.  Refused $100 an Acre  Stettler District Sees Fann Land  Values Xvlucn Incrcssed  Every day brings new stork's of the  prices being paid for good farm lands  in thc West. One farmer n<*-ar Stet-  tlcr is said to have been i-ilfred $100  an acre for his farm, but turned the  offer down. Other land in the vicinity has changed hands lately at prices  ranging all thc way from $35 to $90  an acre.    The average price is about  tne  *"���������"*-��������� ���������**���������"���������* "*-*"  In the Stettler neighborhood  ny  'I'd sure like to tell you about it,:  ���������e y< _ .  dealers, ~v EduianBon, Bates & Co., Limited,  Toronto.   -Sample box free If you mention thli*  ' I. orcl     Pembroke ���������  Lord     P������  :U1-  said     Ruggles.       "You've  so  brol  hc repeated to himself. "And i mighty   kind   to   mc,   and   I   hate   to  T   was   beginning  to   think  hc   might'have you think that I'm just a coin-  be some  sort of a con man! Golly!"' mon   rough-houscr.     But  it's  a  long  It swept over Rugglcs that hc was  ^"ttil very callow and inexperienced in  regard to this world and the people  in it. Also, he: began to wonder if  all men were as free and equal as his  American principles had led him to  maintain. Up to this time hc had  nev'.r   beer.  he   <���������  goc  tli-  per:.  mid  ullv. to understand why  :ot consider himself as  p'body elrc. and now for  - it O're-'.irred to him thai  :*.:���������'!   \j.]j ::   f;..r   too   mucli  \'.-'j\  :-������������������.������������������'���������>- no;���������*-",  iu-r   aunt  .'���������I   ! <::..')-. ot :<���������  ������������������.'i'-."i'.i  and   I".!  O:  '���������:.  The  crli-h  i-.-her  to  ".   iir  iill!'.'  story, and as you're leaving tonight,  you must havc a lot of things you  want to do and sec."  Pembroke glanced at liis watch.  "I've got an hour yet," said he. "Tell  mc all about it. I might bc able, to  help you. We medicos" arc often  able to give advice that isn't purely  physical."  Ruggles looked gratefully at thc  kindly, interested face of his host. It  struck 1dm that Pembroke was a con-  side-rably older man than he had at  iir.*"! thought. The fresh but rugged  skin had certain lines of experience,  anel the crisp chestnut hair which  curled  above  the  small,     closely  set  cars was flecked with  gray.- Ruggles  decided  thai liis host must be nearer  i''.rty than  thirty,    A sudden curiosity  rO.Yv.'.*si <1   him   to know  wore  of this  '���������1 i < 'ii;.',   kinelly   mari.  "What h; it?" asked t'einhrok'', not-  i.;: tlie look of iiuiuiry.  paper ajr*** ������acloae 2c stamp to pay pontage.  crop  yields have been especially good and  have attracted large numbers of the  American settlers who arc coming into thc West. . Average yields in the  district arc: wheat 40 bushels, oats 60  and  barley  35.  "Canada's pulp and paper export*  lead all manufacturing industries, except  that of explosives.  99  ���������'?'  I'.r;  i: mi.,'   I  '.'. Inn    \  1 ! h ,'' .   ���������  I'.llf'ktlie!  11.-       dr  C  '".IOl'4'.t  '.aid In, '  11m i"   you  ���������ou'i'.:  an  "I  ;:.! il  was     just  seems sort  lint,  ���������.v.'il-.  !lir i  iiii .'i  -'i.'d.  nil-  '.i   -.u-.  ��������� !,.���������!,,  had  ! : i. .  houhl  lie  a  doe-  l-'.ni;lhdi lord."  ���������. .: plained.     You  r,'.'0,  ddest '���������-.on inherits af-  f   the   father.     When  on-  ehh-r  brother in-  and the  estates.    Ra-  ��������� nnel  :it Inline,   I  went  .   und   ,*>ci ati'.lu-il      fejj'  ,i   <. 11e*'**j>   r.'uie'h   for   :\  1    .odd   diM-itu-.      and  ','ii   t"   Medliniii nc  and  '".n: ��������� i:.    l,.,d   ,d  ni',   ' ��������� i   I   went   in   for  '.���������ni. * :,   ih .<���������:,f   lit 11 - -  i    ���������!    : ��������� ���������     ! i!   t ��������� i    nan-  FOiR   ALL    USES  | MPERIAL Royalitcs is a superior quality coal oil, highly refiiied  A  2xtA liighly efficient for heat, light and power.  It burns -without  sniokc or scot, and every gallon is uniform.     /  *������  You can't buy better, cleaner, more satisfactory coal oil in. Canada  than Imperial Royalite. It is not only, wise to buy Imperial  Royalite on the basis of quality and efficiency, but you thereby  effect a saving that amounts to many dollars in the course of a year.  Used in oil heaters and stoves, Imperial Royalite Coal Oil gives  economical, dependable heat. ItV> equally efficient for tractors,  stationary engines or oil lamps.  You can |.j;el Royal!le; every where, ".".'iy  tune.   Lov;ul:*y  de.ial.ci."; in c'.i-.' and ':<.,\r>\'i sell it.  -P -7  ri  .aii-  la.  ,0    Mil  eli. d.  IMPU3BA1  u~x~%\\ nt: c  P-������    N���������XT        i~. 7~Xm~7,X-.      ~       ~~md ~���������  111  ������������1113"'  35**"**  *40^ '*f "P .,        "*   _J      "      f';*"-'4|  y'J     i ��������� l! t-'.r ���������!     (,���������/     /* ������r,r,.  ite.i r. rt, .Sue*. t'llA .i:A  vVl'i'J  ,..,'.  '_  ' ���������   ...-I......J  I     ,  4lrl,,.l.,r.  Iiul  ���������rf���������   i.'r.-.imin: \',  i   ,      .    I,   .. rP_������    I  V'"iT   0"n'|''"*-������i r,-  h*.    ;..-,!)   <0'     <,-.���������  !', ,���������(!������.   i  l/<,i   titinU. al   l^,.���������.  C'vs Urr  yp-riit. I.u j  iMlttf film     V'y**     fl) d*m-i -l .,-    fix   .     T.vVlrmiV'T      '  M  'i.  III'.  ���������**?������ip^^i!?jS  .0    4-J     ������������'     ..Ir-MtJpHM^I  i������<i4rjm,'m>-*um--i-*i4m.wiri-ra-~i -dfm~.^-(s-lt ~~*i.~m~ *m \\mit~v\%\  ^-^l^Urlliili!*^^  **Ui  S^  t#l!Wltr1lWW***-tWp^  ���������mmmmmmmmmmmmm  t'^AMmmmm  ii.i.iiiiimi.....l������4)Pii IW.I.WI.I1.J.' i..wi.'.^.������wij.  --si-^mS^mm:  mimlmA., AI J:  KBVIEW?   oeesto^  v^vuxAJxixnmi'mn. mn  IWmrmW  DISEASE AMONG HORSES���������THE ANSWER IS  SPOHN'S  DISTEMPER  COMPOUND  Wherever there is contagious or infectious disease among horse*  SPOHN'S is the solution of all trouble. SPOHN'S is invaluable  in aii cases of DISTSJvIPER, PINK EYE, IKFMJENZA;  COUGHS and COLDS. A few drops a day will protect your  horse exposed to disease. Regrular doses three, times a -lay will  act xnarvclously on your horse actually sick.    Buy of your drag-  "SPOHN MEDICAL. COMPANY.   GOSHEN, INDIANA, U.S.A.  ���������*^J^^^^ ^^        as too fliitie  J^ When the skin is sallow or yellow, the  Jf eyes dull, the head aches or sleep broken  *r- and unrelreshing, the back aches, or there  is a paixTunder the right shoulder blade���������it  is St. indication that the body is being poisoned by poorly digested and imperfectlyelinv  inated food-waste.   It is a wise thing to take  ITT! _.. ,_.     f\4.     Tir>m7~0xrxx~. 1  JCiA.'te'ia't   \sx-   A/aitiagc j  Tt ��������� ���������    -*in_    *_7U._^M,4.__|  x>u*.ft<c   its i-it-j-is-v-s;j  War Damages To Tbe Extent Of  355,000.000.000  ___��������� Franca  An extraordinary meeting of the  French Parliamentary Committee of  Commerce was held at the Palais  Luxembourg when the president, Mr.  Chaumct, heard a report on public  finances by Raphael Georges Leag,  who showed that France has suffered  through the war damages to the extent of 355,000,000.000 franca. He declared that the next French budget  will amount to 25,000.000,000. francs  ���������it the very least.  Jt   takes   a  genuine  society  person  to say unpleasant things pleasantly.  UrnW  Fhilson   ^^^lESS WILL STD*\KD THE TSST     ���������  I CMi4%Z'r*^-',^0--'^Gx3 IFHEHA5NOT " I  t& relieve tSiesG synftp-tvpaa*-* ������������������y  t&elping to remove tlie causes  Sole! everywiroro tn Casiacn,   Iu boxes. 23c, SOs.  News to Favor Germany  The Paris Temps learns from Geneva that the former premier, Scheid-  emann, took advantage of a recent  visit to Switzerland to enter into  conversation with various German-  Swiss personages regarding the creation* of a great international news  agency to supply thc foreign press  with news favorable io  Germany.  Returns to Canada  Caused Disfigurement. Itchy and  Burning, Had Restless Nights.  ��������� "My face came out in Hula pimples that we-re sere, and I scratched  _hc������. constantly, aaijthcn  they turned into scales,  causing much disfigurement. The 3l:in*wQ3 so itchy  that I irritated it by snatching. The burning wa3  fierce, and I had many rest-  lss3 nichto.  "This trouble lasted about a year  before I used Cuticura Soap and  Ointment, anil after "using three cakes  of Soap nnd two boxes of Ointment  I was healed." (Signed) W. Eyrns,  St. Dasilc, Que., Nov. 23,1918.  Make Cutica.ua Soap, Ointment  and Talcum your daily toilet preparations.  Fop tc������<* u-*tnr<������ ������o<*h of Coticnr* Sosn. Olr.t-  ment mil Talon-**, e.ldit*^ p<**it-4iajil: "CttMuur*,  Capt, _������, Oafteoj^J. B. A/'   Sold overytvbaro.     _,  |  ^mMmt0mm*mmtmMxmt*mmj4m0m0.m...m4040mm^m^mdmmumdTd  Aged Priest Comes Back to the Land  He Loves to End His Days  Returning at his request to die in  the land that he labored in for more  than 40 years, Father Augusts Le-  comte, now 74 years old and totally  blind, arrived at New York on the  steamer La Touraine, on his way to  Canada. Father Lecomte was for 43  years in charge of missions along the  Mackenzie River, in the far north of  Canada, and, with a flowing snow-  white beard and black, skull cap, was  a striking figure among the passengers. With him returned seven sisters of the Order of Daughters of  Jesus, and hc will go with them to  St. Albert's Nunnery In Alberta, to  spend his  last  d.ays.  TONIC FOR THE NERVES  The   Only   Real Nerve   Tonic Is a  Good Supply of Rich,  Red Blood  -  "'If people wouid only attend to  their blood, instead of worrying  themselves iii," said an eminent nerve  specialist, "we doctors would not see  our consulting rooms crowded with  nervous wrecks. More people suffer  from worry than anything else."  Thc sort of thing which the specialist spoke of is the nervous run-down  condition caused bv overwork and the  many anxieties Oi today. ouitcrcrs  find themselves tired, morose, low-  spirited and unable . to keep their  minds on anything. Any sudden noise  | hurts like a blow. They are full of  groundless fears, arid do not sleep  well at night. Headaches, neuritis  and other nerve pains are part of tlie  Whistle That Can Be Heard 12 Miles  What is said to be the largest  whistle in thc world has been placed  on one of the smokestacks of the  Homestead Steel Works. The whistle,  200 feet above the-ground, is five feet  long and one foot in diameter, and is  connected with a three-inch steam  misery   and it all comes from stary- I pipe.    It requires 150 pounds of steam  cd nerves  Doctoring the nerves with poisonous sedatives is a terrible mistake.  Thc only real nerve tonic is a good  supply of rich, red blood. Therefore  tr* cure nervousness* and run-down  health" Dr. YVil.iamsf Pink Pills" should"  be taken. These pills actually make  new, rich blood, which strengthens  the nerves, . improves the appetite,  gives new strength and spirits, and  makes     hitherto  despondent     people  P. ...,,1,4. ! -1 Cr. 1' ~X  "iiS'**     rJ-ll-Lj.     WlCCIiUJ, JLI     jeUU     cllC     tiL  all "out of sorts" you should begin  curing yourself today by taking Dr.  Williams' Pink Pills.  You can get these pills through  any dealer in medicine, or by mail at  50 cents a box or six. boxes for $2.50  from The'Dr. Williams' Medicine Co.,  Brockville, Ont.  to blow the whistle,    which can  heard twelve miles.  be  f -<ntM|*i>>.������^ ..������ *tJ*s0 s %m*9^  t  T  f\ILL~J-UIO  Cook's OsUm Roof GGM$mm%,'  if  A safe, reliable repvtating  ���������medicine. Sold 12- three de������������  preen ������* Btr������ngth���������No. 1, (If  No. 2, "53; No. 3. %- per box.!  Sold by tili tinigiriats, or BeaS  prepaid oa receipt of -prico."  Free* pamphlet. Adeires������8  the eooic RIEDieiKE.eoi  I0B0HTO, ONT. (F������a������rir WUdur.)  WSiSx */*_-, 1 acta xtwex is~t4\ttij 1  _ tha f JMts about SHORTHORN CATT.LE t  ���������A De breed for the fanner or rancher    w'rito the See-  I   retai-y to-dty Cor FREE PUBLICATIONS, and en* B  1   yo _r asasa oa our irea msulins lUt. 8  V-ttCcncnlt.    aa������p_P.4*������nl    *  p4..p>tybn 449   i%.*tj*d i*    |  W, A, Prvden. pjrea.  Brooklyn. Out.  G.E.Dw.Sec.  Gnclph. Oat   I  ii  L  4!  4 '  ii  .  I  The cheapness of Mother Graves'  Worm Exterminator puts it within  reach of all, and it can be got at any  di .legist's.  In spite of the added tax ou amusements a fellow is still able to get in  a  free fight  occasionally.  Minard's Liniment Cures Diphtheria.  Just because a fellow is in the  swim, don't jump to the conclusion  that hc has a clean record.  In I.urmah women have thc distinction of being the only Asiatic  women who have absolute freedom  and control over their property. In  law, religion and custom they are thc  equal  of their husbands.  The Proven Asthma Remedy. ���������  Since asthma existed there has been  no lack of much heralded remedies,  but thcy have proved short lived and  worthless. The ever-growing reputation of Dr. J. D. Kcllogg's Asthma  Remedy has given it a place in thc  field of medicine which no other can  approach. It has never been pushed  by sensational methods, but has simply gone on effecting relief and making  new converts.  Constipation,   Headache,  Colds, Biliousness ended  with "Cascarets*"  i1  is othing  takes  the joy  out   of life j  quicker  than  a  disoreicred  liver     or;  waste-clogged   bowels.     Don't      stay |.____.  sick, bilious, headachy,     constipated. ! ______  Remove the liver and bowel poison |  which is keeping your head dizzy, *������  your tongue coated, your breath bad  and stomach sour. Why not spend  a few cents for a box of Cascarets  and enjoy tlie nicest, gentlest laxative-cathartic you ever experienced?  Cascarets never, gripe, sicken ,or inconvenience onc like Salts, Oil, Calomel or harsh pills. They work while  you sleep.  rHfipt^pi-Qi  fME NOW inSEKCH ������"5M *EDY. ���������������������_. fix-. tl~S.  -  .^ fc������ S (T% t*l   U������cdin f renpjj  "a^""**". W ~ rn^m b ���������������   HcspsMu** *J*n-*l_  hica*" ������UCC������j������, Cu������p������5 CaKOKIC pV������At~w.'_3������>. IsGST VpGOS  B VIM. rUDSSY. S'~r.2DZS.. ti,SZA~E&. BLOOD POt-SOE",  PII.SS. CITHER l*JO. DROOOtSTS CC UUI. 51. fOST ������ CT8  FOUOBRA Co, 80. DS2KUA*p 5T. NSW VOflJorUJlAN SIKpS  UEO. <*0. H AVttBSTOOKRD. HAMFSTE&D. LOKDOS. En_,  TH������XKWOR\QSS������ASTKl.SSS)-"O*M0_r    BA5T TO  TAJOI  THEKAPIOM ������35.ftSD������������.  SB TMAT   XBADK   UAKXED  WORS  "THERAPJON     IB OK  i..Q-VT������*T*sii- A*rutsa to -~~ ssMuiMB-r-ACKma.  Tfi& Syrisp ic>3  l  I  *H4"*****fWrWH'*W***)  1  A golden strca-m o.  Crown Brand Corn  Symp is the most  deliciouo touch you  can give to Pancakes!  In the Kitchen, there  is n constant call for  ������-������ r������ 1  _r>_..���������  G....4..0-  ���������OlOWU   XXS4XSSSL4.   TL,*Jt.*0   0j-y.xxtd4  for making puddings,  candies, cakes, ctct  Sad the day when you are  ��������������� ���������   .        ���������    *��������������������� ~i,  ItOO    UIJJ    lt������    <CH|-JJ>     U     xlitXr*-     -xd.  bread Bpread  thick  with  Crown Brand;  Cc*i*iH tha. dity wet comrl  Ward it off?   Grace your  table dnily with a Renerous  i,.r* drt .P������v\���������...������-. Mv-ntirl CefXin  Syrup, rrendv for the dozen  it will (truly "crown'*.  *-***.  Educating Him  "What's the matter with Flubdub?  He seems subdued. He used to think  he knew it all."  ''He got married."���������Louisville* Courier-Journal.  How's This?  We offer $100.00 for any case of c.iurrl.  tli.il cannot Ijc cured by HALL'S  CATAUll'l   MKOlCTNi:.  1IA1.1/S CATAUItII Ivlli'DUAXR ia taken internally :iml acts lliroiifjli the Blood oe;  the   Mucous   '���������'url.-iccs  of  the .Syst.'ni.  Sold Ly   J.');-ut;i:isis  for over foriy  yearn.  J'rice   75c.     'J'f'slinionials   free.  1*.   J.   Cheney   }',:  Co.,   Toledo,   Ohio,  If hir. children listen eagerly for  his footsteps, he can't be such a had  fellow.  America's  Pioneer     Dos  Remedies  BOOK  ON  DOG    DISEASES  :and  How  to  Feed  Mailed    Free    to    any  Addrcss   by   the  Author  II.    CLAY    GLOVER  CO.,   INC,  It8   West    Snt-Strcet.  .New     York,    U.S.A.  MONEY ORDERS  The safe  way to send  money  by  in ail  i������ by  Domitiion   Express   Money   Order.  A Remedy for Bilious Headache.���������  To thosc subject to bilious headache,  Parmeiee's Vegetable Pills arc recommended as the way to speedy relief.  Taken according to directions, thcy  will subdue irregularities Of the stomach and so act upon the nerves aud  blood vessels that the pains in the  head will cease. There arc few who  arc not at some time subject to biliousness ami familiar with its attendant evils. Yet none need suffer with  these pills at hand.  Australia has vast deposits of a  form of brown coal that burns well  when mixed with wood or black coal  some of the beds bei**.,' mere- than  700 feet thick.  No ma;"! or woman should hobble  painfully ;.lnm. been*.so .of coins  when so ccM-un a r<lie*f ;- ���������. ". hr.ml  as Holloway'*- Com Cure-.  Thc higher a man climb.* the harder  he  may fall.  iiold by GroccM  everywhere���������In  2,  5, 10.  nnd  'Si.   nnvivrA   Htnm,  dyH0 .dm.      ...<������.  x utc; -pfwrfeaa-u-.u'rt,  His Iron Cross  .A colored veteran just back from  the other side, when e'uestioned  about ;m iron cross he was wearing  explained: ".Bo.';-., it was a ���������**���������-:'ra de-  corn (ior.. TV Knii*cr hi.s'.-lf vc-A it to  me by a special messenger what dropped daid jus' befo' he i-'ivc it  to mc."  Miiiard's*   Liniment Cures  Colds,  Sec.  When a woman is unable io crowd  her foot into a small *?hoc .sl-.c is an  advocate of sensible loot wear.  ���������"���������"���������as*  ONLY TABLETS MARKED  4111-k HWr-r"*".!**  BAYtK  ft*Dr     noniniM  HKL    Aorimm  Wot Aspirin iti Ail wilhoul tl\c "'Cave  *���������-... I *jr*xji  Starch Co.  m .       "4,0  X*lXXxX0Tr~0  Montreal  Economy a Necessity  All sorts of  interests are al  stake  as the result of disquiet on account of  ilu*   <-e,-.t   nf   tivini*-.     Tl   is   lhe*.   source  of trouble  with  all the agencies for  ilu.   i'i .jutip" t J'Ji.   '.i.d   lhe-  tUiitkibulJlUU   of  products, anel the authorities concerned wiih maintaininc order and observance of personal rights. Tlie 'nutation that has been prevailing hi a serious incnare anel should be- calmed  .1 -  i   -    t.r.,..4.(...   ,.:....   r-r   4i,:.   should be developed an speedily and  aa iar as po;;siLik-.--*IMew Vork Journal of Commerce.  *t~~<  s/  4  /  Before  alleinptinj*; fo  ni/.c  np     .in  cuay-tioing man, arouse ttiu temper.  For CoMn, Pitin, TTmcIhoIiw, NVurml- f p������cka������e������ -which contains cotnplctu dl-  -.i- 'iv...ei-.^..������ Fe,n.Hi������ h.uI for t wtioafl. Then yen: tiro gettutff real  XllifiumiitiHii", liUiubago, HciktUtA, l.cu-1 A*������mi'i.u~-".u*p* t.*.;'^'''** .... u.u j ������v>  ,-.!.,p U~��������� Aunii-iu i.iU'Lcil with thcUonbcd by i-hyi-lnunii fnr over mliift-  nanio "Bayer**"or you aro not taking tees, yecaro. r*u\t nuxao m v ���������������'_*������*���������*���������  -    ��������� *      -    ������������������       *' Hariely I'm linrcs contrunuu*- ... tub*  lcta coat but a few cent������������.   lHii(.rgi������tp������  m XL*. 0, il*l    ......    .    It  'i _.   .��������� u  AmijIiih ut ull.  Aeo.Mit   only   '"Ihiyer   Tablets   of  , ���������-.       ��������� d \    .    * .    -        t.trv. .t*  Aevtiia    only     "miyrr     lauiois    ui   svs- vuu.. uuv <��������� ������v������  -- *���������- -���������    --���������������������������l.r,--  A-.i/u-ii"   lu   kn   uuWucJi   "Bayr-r" also sti!  1'tnjtr "Bnye-t" r-.elc.rt;^-������.  Thev* *��������� only one Aiplrlu~"*aftyer,f-^Trou must nay ���������'Bayer*"  A������plrtn li thA trartei mi*.rk (ctr\r,:oi-eA in Cor.r._ft>  rf V.nyt-r .A~nuU-.t-.iMHt MoMm  ���������W.   L-*  J.I..!..;.:.-"   "..It!,   '.ll*-'**   L''.'"'"',   ���������--'*���������'   1TA-V     ������������������-.������    ������������������������������������������>*>*   p-tiii*  u..-a44444,tajut4444w 4W444W4444HIH^44_.^,4W44tfwmiltaKWm WIMIM.I>IMlllMMI^4iM_.������JMMJJJrtiuM4JJ|)rti|MHMJBMLl_l  iri.mtwMMHi-mjM'-it^^  rJtrMMWmiJijjpjjiJKi.im'iii'Jrjn**^^ THE  CSESTON  B.EVEEW  TfiJET   ni)l"tj-ffSmLm  n-p������'-i*������>iai  Issued every Friday afc Creston, B.C*  Subscription : S2 a year in advance;  S2-.50 to U.S. points.  C. P. Hayes, Editor and Owner  CRESTON, B.C., FRIDAY, NOV.   7  it Mii &-t.ssSm.B Bmsk  While there may be parts of  Canada where the short-sighted  and strictly selfish citizen may excuse himself from buying on the  plea that there's nothing in the  Victory Loan 1919 for him or the  particular   locality   he  resides   in,  that very nimsy excuse won't go in  the   C',,':e'Jt'0"r'   Vfl.llf-.-i*        Wnr- t,*hia r.___T������-  7. A* *w ������p_^ m,    w r.0   ������������������  p__T mm .        *.p>^4 ~* ml     * *-*-���������       "* fc vmmm T^ M_P h_J ___.  ticalar spbfc in B.C. the very soundest of business as well as patriotic  raasons exist for liberal buying of  this security both for personal as  well as community gain.  Looked at from the purely selfish  standpoint Crestoii Valley's development and prosperity ia wrapped  up in the present loan. Or, land  settlement plans already inagurated  at Lister, where there are now at  least 100 veterans who will shortly  be receiving loans from Ottawa,  one is quite within the mark in saying that at least $250,000 of the  present offering will come back to  that  section   of  the  Valley  alone  within the next twelve months.  And in addition to this there are  the loan that have already been  made, and the others that have  been approved and for the completion of which the money wiii be  along before the end of the present  year. We feel safe in predicting  that for the purpose of purchasing  properties already developed at  least Cresten'squots of $50,000 will  be spent here, before 1918 closes.  In connection with Lister none  will gainsay the statement that the  provincial government's purchase  and proposed development of 7000  acres   has  firmly   established   the  Valley's reputation as about the  best point iti "B.C. for either horticulture or agriculture.  Aud largely as a result of the  government purchase improved  land prices have gone up not less  thau $100 an acre already, and the  end is not yet by any means in the  upward trend.  As to the improvement in general business the increase has been  remarkable. If you can get into  the confieence of any business man  in town, or at any outside point in  the district, he will tell you of an  increase in sales���������and spot cash  trade at that���������that will astonish  you.  f:'5?  ST-*.  &A    ��������� Mf  m m  JkZL.  m tz  ������____*������___. ������_#_.,������������������_*���������._> ������_r_s������__*a  m  '-m^xJl-Zm  ������3  8&  44lf**^Xm  (*��������� *   ��������� TO-i^aalttmA  t2>    ������ &      fi'3=  ***-"       '^EB.'^*-*  a""***"*****-*^  ������.*"-j_iw  A  bi  F you have $100 in the Savings  Bank it will pay you 3 per  jen years,  cent, interest, or in fi  $45.00.  F you take that money out of  the Savings Bank and invest  it in Victory Bonds, Canada will  pay you 5% per cent, interest on  aL5  UI   m   LAXO  ^cL1XJ.*0   LlAJ.JLWej   ~y(^t^e-J\J  i*^~~mm������mmmm^  pm 11.11   1  ***j|^ mm    -WM jtwr-Wk WBtM ^ffl*"\5feik QSSUfflSQB9S. HStt  ^mmv\\,~-W ~m%\      mmW      **      HH tmmf       ������������������      m-W  *"      jBm^A-W  ���������tXBfr  jprntm ttmpxmx ^gmM ^gmtf* .pmmx~mui        wui/*^ j0m������_h. _g_t__,__������������'____ "nil "IUnffla *w~" 4TAw _il_<_i.il***_LJl**^4wm'  eonu  |s������Gl  ITlOFC  H_ll.-er-GSC  t.nnri, by ( .nun.-'is Victory Loan Committed  Im it, .i\n.t~\\tm wiih (1j������: Miiiiiiterr of Fin.  of ������lie* I'f.jjiinioei of "t.'tiniul*.  tf^HjA  Omitting entirely the excellent  interest, rate these bonds bear, and  the ease with which they can  be utilized as cash if necessary, and  all their other admirable features  of that sort, a very generons buying  of the bonds is advisable to make  sure that the Dominion has the  funds to promote soldier settlement  on the sc-ile projected here and elsewhere and thus ensure our continued development and prosperity.  Besides the "there is something  in it" feature, let us not forget that  a year- ago we would cheerfully have  given $50,000 to assure Allied  success. Now that that victory  l.o,s been won surely we are not going to be less generous when it  comes to lending at an attractive  rate of interest our full quota to  make sure that the men who gave  us peace are generously looked after  ia the process of civil re-establishment. ���������***'  it Pays t������ Buy  Canvassers report difficulty in  selling bonds due to the fact that  prospective buyers hesitate to purchase on account of wanting to put  any surplus easr. tney may iiave  into improvements next spring.  Under ordinary conditions this  looks like the right way to go at  things, and undoubtedly the correct  WV47474X4*1.7 7717       .X.       4-Xxrx     ��������� ���������xrxmx X rx .��������� ��������� ��������� -~ I .J * ���������  |^������ yryj^rxxtxXL-     XX     UUC      _P_������1.| 14CIJ_H_ 1������UjG<__     Ull-  pravements are of a sort that it will  take a year or two to pay for.  If, however, said improvements  are of a ki������d that the party expects  to be able to pay for out of^the receipts from his 1920 crop, we very  much doubt if it is good business to  overioo**". investing *" m Victory  Bonds.  For instance if $500 is the amount  involved that sum in a Vidtory  Bond will earn $13.75 interest between now and May, at which time  a loan of equal amount can be readily had at 8 per cent I_ the loar  is repaid by November, 1920, it will  have cost $20 interest.  But, in the meantime his $500  bond has earned another $13.75 of  interest, which added to the previously earn-ed $13.75* really puts him  $7.50 to the good on the transaction  ���������provided he buys bonds.  Or, even if he lias it in the savings bank from now till May at the  regulation 3 per cent, allowed on  savings/ tfhe Viotory Bonds still  works out equally good investment.  Still another factor to be reckoned with is that Victory Bonds will  not be for sale next year, and ss  they happen to be the very highest  class security going very careful  considerrtion should be given to  buying them while the buying is  good���������and buying all you can  handle, and as many more as the  bank will assist you to buy.  Is there any  Meat in  the  H  U  M  ouse?'  This if" tho first* qnt'H-  tion that. proKenti-i itnolf  to tho houHcivvifoi if nn  unexpected visitor drops  in for n UH'iil. But why  worry ?  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Lsstss*  s-w^S'  '&������������������  w nen  Considering  Buying a Car  think .pf the car that will be  the most use to you every  day in the year���������  tu~ korr  *, x.a.XJ>   A   \~jmA.m-4m~ff  eston Auto ��������������������� Supply  B. S. Sevan   manager  Tlie ea.--.i_p was pretty well deserted  of single men on hallowe'en night, dne  to the. social and dance at both the  Huscroft and Canyon City schools.  An ouiuiai yisiteir last week was Mr.  Hunt, the secretary of the Land Settlement Board, Victoria, who spent two  or three days  making a thorough in  vestigation of things generally.  A carload of shingles that has been  on the way for almost two weeks is  delaying building operations here.  When the roofing material jjrrives it  will riot be long before the new school-  house will be. available.  "What looks as if it would provide an  ampie of water supply has been struck  at a depth of about thirty feet in the  wells which were sunk last week, and  these are being cribbed in at present.  Fiye of the men got away this week  for an extended holiday at Vancouver  ���������possibly three months. The absentees are J. and A. Cliff, Gee->. Stephens,  G. A. Bishop, the motor truch driver,  and F. Jones, who has been handling  one of the Cleveland tractors.  "With the -new wells down and flowing plentifully and a car of flour just  unloaded, the proverbial bread and  water diet is assured no matter how  badly things go with the world.  The dirty weather of the past week  has bet n responsible for the easing off  of operations for .1 couple of days. No  one in camp will object to a green  Christmas this vear.  ~T~  ��������� rJ-flB  ��������� m ���������'��������� "V     ���������  \~ iliiiudl  Come in and see my stock.  They are the best.  Seeing is believing.  Latest Sheet  Music and   Records  Percy Truscott left last week on a  business trip to Blackfoot, Alta., and  expects to be away for -i couple of  weeks.  A. Lode, who recently sold his place  here, is now located at Alamo, where  he is mixing the mulligan for the crew  employed at the concentrator at that  point in the Kaslo country,  Jos. Stinson, who has been working  at Blairmore, Alta., this season spent  a few days at his home here last week.  Miss Painter and W. W. Hall, the  Victory Loan canvassers gave this  section the once over last week in  quest of bond buyers, meeting with  fair success. They are confident the  bond buying here will compare favorably with other points in the Valley.  A tew sunny days .to remove the  snow and dry the land up a little will  be welcomrd by those who have potatoes j*et to harvest. Reports on the  frost damage vary from 15 to 60 per  cent. Whatever the le.ss may be it  will be quite sei-iolis as some growers  are reported to haye sold their spuds  as high as .$40 a ton.  Mr, Bridge of Battleford, Sask., was  a visitor here this week with W. Truscott. He states the government- is  shipping ir. Ontario hay to the farmers there at $30 a tod landed.  G. M. Gunn of New Denver was a  visitor this week with Mr. .-md Mrs. H.  Hamilton.  For .October Brickson school attendance is up to 27 pupils, with an average  ���������daily turnout of 22 scholars. Those  attaining    perfect     attendance     last  .v. r-\��������� *��������� 1-*    K-.r.-.r..     A   nlp.'riT.       Tr4 44r4        1\ rf . . 11 ���������. -   .. ������ rt  AUy/LlLiit    vv X*_. v ,   o.4..r.\,.l .   up......   J..A.\4l,j>    pvpip^  Lyle Kemp. Richard and Stewart Peu-  sou, Lloyd Cartwright.  of them writing up $1600 on calls on  but two families���������both spot cash buys  Mr. Beazer of Beazer, Alta., who  lately purchased the Bohlee ranch  here, arrived a few days ago with his  wife and three children and are getting nicely settled in their new home.  35. W. Payne, who lately purchased  the S. A. Speers ranch, took possession  the latter part of the month, after  making some improvements aud additions to the h'ouse'on the place.  Residents here who had potatoes  out in the .-ecent freeze-up, a-ud who  have sinca dug them, report the loss  from frost is not more than 15per cent.  Ronald Smith left on Monday for  Nelson, where he will holiday for a few  weeks this month,  Alice Siding school reports an enrollment of fifteen pupils for October  and under Principal McLean the scholars are making excellent brogress.  ' H. Summers, who has been working  with Jas. Compton for the past six  months, and occupying the house on  his ranch, moved his wife and family  to Washington state last week, where  he expects to reside permanently.   ....  next meeting and then the good won  will be undertaken. At the close refreshments were served with Mesdames Putnam and E. Cartwright as  hostesses.  The C. P.R. has closed its -station at  Phoenix, the government has shut up  the customs house, and the Bank of  Commerce has ceased to do  business.  Women's imstSteste  Kaslo   showed   its   appreciation  of  CuT'tPgrraC       VCVV 4^ CkLo/l        VpTT        ��������� V������ CP        "OCa*       QVS1'3  seas Heroes k>y giving ujisni a complimentary dinner on Thanksgiving day.  Less than a dozen families now remain at .Phoenix. One property owner contemplates dismantling his buildings, shipping the material to Trail  where he will build a few stores and  apartements. /  i jr������������*r  Wmmm^ p-r_n_r    ���������  Light red cow, just freshened, about  8 years old, had bell on when last seen,  should have calf with her. Rewarel  for information leading to her recovery.    F. PENSON, Wynndel.  FOR EXCHANGE  120 acres, good cattle ranch, with  stock, will exchange for improved land  around Creston. Applv JOHN AVIS,  Perry Siding, B.C.  ,-*   "I t- ��������� *��������� * /���������"*      **>*./_.oflMfV  ?���������-'- \l\. \d"*~d KX 4 T~T-d%, a MM ft-  m  If you are needing  now is the time to buy  We have just  unloaded a car  . of tbo.se at Creston  fmmmmm  Canyon Gify Lumber Company  LIMITED  , t-^aM'������^it*^'������;i**l* I  4,*w'f*;it������^*^^i*#lf  ^BANK MONEY  ERS  The most convenient w.ny of remit ting smnll stuns  oit money i.s by tlie Money ureters sold by luis Uank.  The Cost is ns follows :  $5 and under      . ���������,**��������� cents  Over $,*- and not exceed in p* "riio���������6  ,*���������*-��������� o '' " $t,o IO  WO '��������� ��������������� ������50���������15  Phis Revenue Si (imps  FHi?  i~ i\ i\i i\ i~ .I /\ \\\   H A j\I������tf  1 &  IL*    -Tx^x^ivxi-u-^--.jl   s.1 ".    !_>/   _L1 H~Z\>  41  i<  i I  it  OF COMMERCE  41.->.  Creston Branch, C. G. Bennett, Manager  _u.aw4pMiwni4jni.ii*  4MMM_MrmMnc*m<'**w^^  Harry Farrell left on Sunday for  Nelson, where he will spend the next  few months attending business college  in that city.  Miss Ruth Smith, who has been a  Nelson yisitor the past month, returned home a few days ago.  Clarence Pease and friend, Dave  Atkinson of Princeton, were here for  a few days last week with the former's  parents, leaving for home on Sunday.  The "Victory Loan canvassers started  the rounds about the middle of the  week and got off to a good start, one  P~\     ~VS%0mM.fk  At the   Wokspr's  on Saturday afternoon announcement  was made of the dates Miss Hayes, the  domestic science expert, will yisit Creston.    She will' make a three-day stay,  and is Us be here Tuesday, Wednesday  and   Thursday, Nov. 25,26,27th, and  her talks and demonstrations will be  on  canning of fruit, meats and  vegetables, and dry  cleaning.    The meetings  will be held in Speers' Kail  aud  will be free to Institute members, and  nominal  charge to those  who do not  beiong to the Institute,   At the meeting all arrangements were  completed  for the Armistic Day whist and dauce  in the Parish Hall next Tuesday evening, tc   which an admission of 75 cents  will  be  charged.    Those in charge of  the hall are Mesdames Lidg-ite, F H.  Jackson and Garland, while Mesdames  Goodwin, Speers and G. Young wiii be  responsible foi- refreshments.    At the  affairs there will alsq be a quilt raffled  at 10 cents a chance.    Mesdames Lyne  and Jackson   reported on the annual  W. I. convention at Nakusp, at which  they had no  trouble in  securing the  1920 conclave for   Creston.    $10   was.  voted to the Navy League, and it was  decided  at a later date to put on an  entertainment for the G.W.V.A.    Another decision was to have a cookery  sale at the December meeting.    Fifteen  quilt  blocks   were   made during  the  meeting, which was attended by  29 members.    In the matter of serving  hot drinks at the school several suggestions were made for the expeditious  handling of the undertaking.    The di  rectors  will   consider   these   at   their  Uiffh nSsiQC y 11 roans Qi-nnb  nlgll I.'dub iiuia&ij yiuun  Good Values  Dependable Brands  Today's chilly weather is a  forerunner of what is to be  expected in the menths ahead  ���������it's a reminder, too, that  heavier underwear is a necessity that should be bought  now, while our stocks aro  complete. We specially emphasize our lines of  Ladies', Misses' and  Children's in the well-  known Watson Brand  of high grade underwear.  Also a new showing of  CHILD KEN'S S LEE I \EKS  which we think will interest  you. N       -  ���������������������������Sp-kb  *-^lSip^-*-.  ..*>'4_s.-rSy*i' ju-er  ���������������x>'?P?rr.?**--Y  E.QTIGI  KASLO DISTRICT  or  en  M  Und  II  p.wson s  erwear  A full stock of all grades in  i,11 i.s popular brand. Some, oi'  the garments are pure wool���������  others are dura.blo wool mix-  and moderal'ely priced.  /V      jWH        > &���������*&������������������*. Rm  p/UMuaui    ttlUI UIIU III  Highway Bridge, over Goat Rim, near  Erickson  Sealed tenders, superscribed ''Tenders for Goal. River Bridge, Erickson."  will be received by tho Honourable the  Minister of Public Works'un to noon  of.Tuesday, the 25th day of November,  11)19, for the erection and completion  <if a Highway Bridge over the- Goat  Itiver, near lijriek.sou.  Plans, fypi'cidcfilion.s, Con tract and  Form* oFTe-ndi'i- may be seen on and  after the lib day of November. .1019,  at, De*pt. of Public Works. Parliament  Itiiileliiig.M, Vir-toi-in. B.C.; jit I lie ni,],.,.  eif the- District Engineer. Court House.  Vancouver, B.C.; und the eilYh.o of the  District lOiigine-er, Nelson. 11.0.  PlitiiM may be obtained from any of  the iiliove-iiu-Ml ioneel upon p.iytiie-iit ef  it ilepo-'il. of .-j**., whieh will lie refunded  upon return of pl.uiH.  i'*.eeli piiiprisu I nuisi. In- h(H-ijii,|j,i niri, 1  by an iicceple-d bunk <'lie,|u~* or certifi-1  cute'of eh'posil on u i-haite-re-el b.ink of j  Canada, made  payable*  lo the Honor-'  rioK- I,lie JWiui.slrer 01' L'noin: Vv eu-ks, im-  the mini of ten per cent, etf the .un-nnit  of the te-iuler for lhe due fulfillment (jf  the. con true-1, w hie-h  sh til lie forfeited  if the-party ti'iieleiiu^ il.i-line toenlev  iht<>  e-Ol.t r,U*(,   U-I.i-.I     l',.l.4-.|      I'lr.JJj     ...    .I.,  ho, or if   he fail lei  com|������li>ti> the work  i-oiitnu-t������'d for.   The e.he.|iies m ee-rtill  e.nt.eN of deposit*" ej('  uunuei-i'ssl'iil  te-nd  I'lii  will   1>J*  I el lll'llcil    in   I |)|*M1   upon   t||i>  4      . 4   4    III   i. I, I    1 '.     4   4 4.      4   .... 1   1    ....  Te'iiileiM will mil. In 11 ui* iil.*icd utile ���������  lliilde* oul oil Ilu- foi in** --iipplii-el. *pi-4lieil  wil h the ae-t mil si^iuii in j. ol the Ii-ihI-  e'le'i', anel i-iu-loseel in the envelope- fur-  iijmIk'iI.  The- leiwe-st en-any te-iuler ne������t ivt-ee*.-  HiO'ily iwee'pl ed.  A. 1-:. KOrtl-'V. AN".    '  Public Works  Kn^im-cr.  I * I > I llll-   VV'ilfl.*:   I )i'������>!iP'l iip.'M I  Vie-ltiriu.  B.C.'. t'iH li Di-lob.-r.   l.Hi*.  I am .still agent for the famous  LAYUITZ Nursery Stock, grown  on hish land, without irrigation,  arid during November I will endeavor to call on every rancher in  the district, and will be pleased to  book your orders for Spring delivery of Apple, Pear, Plura. Peach,  or Cherry trees. Small Fruits, Or-  n a mental; Shade and Nut trees.  Roses, etc., etc-. Hold vour orders  till I call. W. K. BROWN.  ^nonsfls  ������ _n������sl  .a. lira as is  j��������� a4  "f*   *U"3  tnr*. p������BXSn  ..iSl.*-*  ��������� Minimum price of first-cla.ss iand  reduced to $5 an acre; secoml-class to  ?2.50 ae. acre.  .r Pre-emption now confined to surveyed lands only.  Record*, will be granted covering only  .land suitable foi agricultural purpose.-  And wluci, s������ tion-tijuher land.  - Partnership pre-emptions abolished,  but parties oftie't j-nori* than four may  arrar.ge for aelj-acent pre-emptions  __yy-iti������ joint residcjice, but such making  necessary improvements on respective  claims..  Pre-emptors must occupy claims for  live years and make improvements tr  va.'ue of S'O per aero, -iJ-cJudi!.^ clearing and cultivation of at lea*.! 5 acres,  before receiving Crown  Urarit.  Where pre-emptor in -jeeupation nol  less iii;;' :_ .\-ears. n.c*. i.as iiiiide proportionate improvements, he may, because of ill-heaith, or other oatuse. be  granted intermediate c'ertilica-tt- of im-.  proveme:-.! a:ui transfer hi*, cjaim.  i-ecords without permanent residence may be* issued, provided applicant makes improvements to extent ol  $300 per annum and records same each  year. 1-ailure to mult, improvements  ���������:,r rcccr.i same \vi_i opur.i! t. ;is f.,r-  !eiture. Title cannot It . ...t.ni ed in  less than 5 years. a..d im = .i-..vc-iiV..ts  of $1(1.00 por acre, iiuriudii-pr 5 :u'i'.M  cleared aid cultivated, and 1 o.-id. net  <>f at   leas; 2 year,   are re-"iu,r..-d. r  Pre-empiur holdirg Crown "&ram  may rociu-i another pre-empt ion. if lit;  requires. !:*.nd in conjunction with l*.is  farm, without act-ia: occupation, provided statutory improvements made  and residence maintained on Crow:;  granted  land  TJnsurveyed  areas,   not  exceeding   :"���������  acres-.,   may   be   leaseil   as   immosites-  title to he obtained after fiiiiiiline reyi  dential and improvement conditions.  Por grazing and industrial piu-ioses  are.-is exceeding 640 acres mav be  'c'*ir^ 1  ^ one l"*-1"1,0'! or company.  Mill, factory or industrial sites on  timber land not exceedins -10 acres  may be purchased; conditions include  payment of stumpnge.  Natural hay meadows inaccessible  by existing roads may be* pii)vha*-ed  conditional upon construction of a rom.  to them. Rebate of one-half of cost of  road, not exceeding half of purchase  price--, is made.  PRE-EP.1PTORS-       FREE       GRANTS  ACT.  "The j^ope of this Act te enlnrged to  include; nil persons joining and ������erv-  ini? with Ills Majesty's Forces. The  time within which the heir;; or devisees  of, n d,ecasi*d pre-emptor may ni.pl,  for title uneler this Act is extc.'ded  from for one year from tho denth of  such person, as formerly, until one  year after tho conclusion of the present  war. This or I vile.*-a ?<- ._!������������������.-) :n..,j. ; c  irojictive. "' "   Vi  No fel*s relntlng to pre-emption.- ,u-.  duo or-pnyahlo by soMiers; on pie  t-mptions rec.ii-jlod after June .(, mis  Taxes  are  remitted   f���������r  live yenVs.  1-rnvislon f(,r return eif nmuoe.; -,,-.  crned, due and been paid since Viv.r-i  ., 11*11, e.n account of pavmenti* fv������t**i  or taxes on solibors"  pre-ejiiptiom,,  .    '*''"- '-'-*"   .".""*" p. p. .ee.i..*,   11.   puri-ha.'.*e  V'.m".''������, *-''t:> '"���������'*��������� '������������������'1'- ''-v Uli-llll.eri, of  Allied . orces. or dependeuis, :i.:_imrod  ellreet or Indirect.. remitted from enlistment  lo March  :ti.  1..20.  SUU-PUFtCHASCna   OK   crown  I ANDS.  Pii.vh ion made' fur i.ssinoice ..l  Crown grants to sub-purchaser������������������ of  Crown l.nnrl... .ic.julrhig rights from  piir<*.|ia������--.-.rM   who   failed      u,     ,.,���������,-.,,),.,,  ,,:,..  .i.t..y,    lie. wiVlliK    lorleltliri',    Jill    lu!  illilili-lit   of   i:iii:<l|lh<li:-   i'f   1 ������1 ll*i"1 jii.������,-.-.    Ih  n-re'Mf nnd lux.  er- <l<> not elaln  ci*l.  purchase i i  Ire        llf-lrll.Ull 4.  oje  !!'..���������  lll.ldc   1>>  .:     pi'  May   1.   i;'i  liHA'l  u\o.  e'rnvsiie    .\-l  lle\'i*!"|i|:.el.t   of  r."  v. |..e  a.l-..  .\III44..:  I.l>    11'!'  Il|p|'..-������l  h'r.i z . k  '. Ub-pui'i  ��������� iriltiii.'il  .)   ���������   IV  il. I ���������-1\-  II.     4 ,        '  1 ���������*'."���������'  i|e| h.i I  inilij.'irv  |,i-i  ��������� ���������     I'.d    : :.    ;  I,  in.  .t  li.  < I  Mr.  ���������    V  M   ,lxml.t'V47n������10l7Vtil^ldltm04-> '"Jnr. . _r  'r.  -A-i4^Vr*rV .*-^rft4^W444T4q4TH)r,lr4>.ri. ���������f.n.'.WP..'.'.  Mgigj^Mi^^^i^^^^^^^gg  iki->i)mtii4}.\*^*M.t-imm*iwwtiiim I  WM^M^-Mreiau^^  t^^.-.^-^"'^.^."'.^^  mmviiixxxHtnm-  (Z  ~1 r-t-t ,"-*���������_ -hT-  P>.      C.  ^)*W<4%.^*.J|H^  MMMaUQNt  MIS88*B  i *c<ct*,5������  has  beea the  standard   yeast  ia Canada,   for  over 5������ years* and it  as a well known fact  thai brcstd m&.de  with Royal' Ye^st  possesses z~ greater  amount of nourish-  ,-ment than ihat  made with a*n.y  other.  lie 1919 Victory Lean  j he   peop-s  again    risked    to  .auc   upon   them   uy   tueir   the  rcople  of  Canada to  Canada it-  nd "Western     Canada    it.   s_lf>    j,, othcf v.ordSf it ;s a ioan by  of Cauauu arc ciicc  demonstrate ""Their  thorough-going Cauadi.ir.isni by subscribing to thc. limit of their financial  ability   to   thc   Victory  'Loan,  1919.  Throughout the war thc people of  Canada never once failed \o meet aii  demands made upon them by their  c-.ountry,    a  i-articular established a record for  self-sacrificing patriotic effort unsurpassed in -any province or country. Looking back over thc history  .-.f fi..*. "-.act  f*\.-i7  f>\-enifn1  vcars,    thc  4^4. P-aPy ^'X--.  X r-   .   x- ���������   ��������� .  ���������- ��������� J ~  people of thc West havc nothing  with which to reproach themselves;  on thc contrary, thcy havc every reason for justifiable pride in their  efforts and achievvivpcnts.  The Great "War ir" ovcr so far as  the fighting is concerned. It has  ended in a triumphant victory for our  cause, a victory made possible by the  efforts of the five years now happily  gone. But while lhe fighting is ended, victory achieved, and our soldiers  home again, or.*: very important part  of Canada's war effort is yet uncompleted.     Tht-   Victory   Loan,   10)9,   is  it must be provided by thc Canadian  people themselves. The Victory Loan  is the medium through which this  necessary provision is to be made.  When, during thc war, our boys  went "over thc top," they had an objective before them, and be" it said  to the credit of Canada's soldiers that  they never once failed to reacii their  objective. x->ut vviiiie iiie ' Storm  troops went forward, others had to  do the less spectacular but equally  important work of "mopping up." All  enemy dugouts, , machine-gun nests,  snipers, had to bc accounted for, and  a general "clean-up" carried out. If  this was siot done, and done thoroughly, there was grave danger to  the final success of the operation.  Canada as a nation has reached its  objective in the winning of the war.  Now the work of "mopping up" must  be attended to, all bills must be paid,  and adequate provision made for our  j soldiers, and the necessary funds provided to keep all the wheels of commerce  and industry turning, in     this  Dominion.    With Bolshevism and unrest   rampant   throughout   the   world,  it  would  be nothing  short of  a  national calamity    if business    became  stagnant    in  Canada and    unemployment widespread.    The result    would  be disastrous, and "no mnn can iaxg-  tell what the end might bc.   A la'go  over-subscription to the 1919 Victory  -Loan, will avert such a disaster.  This is not a loan to the Minister  of Finance. It is not a loan to  Union Government.    It is a loan by  ������������������v_..������*V ufjl hi _���������____���������'  Dcitlfe aiiia Hut;!  aasuifig h tt������sio-ry  Gu-SoIto and you will be surprised  at the reduction in the size of your  goitre after taking the first bottle of  a  uionk's  famous  remedy.  Tlie Curious Origin  Oi One Word  ���������������T���������  SJxi  VV viUB  ������r__  -^I     %������_S*     g        I  6. *  Send for free booklet, winch explains  what this medicine has already done  tor other sufferers and how vou can  successfully treat goitie ia your own  home.  THE   MONK   CHEMICAL   CO.,  LIMITED  43 Scott Street, Toronto, Ont.  WRITE FOR BOOKLET "D**  ,'"**"������3p*"''"s^^  His Resources  Old  Roxleigh:  What  are  your   re  sources?  Nervy Suitor: Well, I have two  other rich girls willing to marry me  if I cannot have yc>Jir daughter.  BABY HAD DiARRHOEA  WAS GIVEN UP  HR  ���������t ���������>  /)!..!/1<������*.1       t      ry *���������"������������������-> e. 1 *���������"���������*���������*". C  4\li\Al'.   -,\~-.X<r0X       VW*lt������.*_i*e,i������i/  mwi FR'S  I    UII   !_J-IS     *mf  EXTRACT OF WiLO STRAWBERRY  CURED HER  to themselves in  a collective capacity. It is a loan for  national, purposes, and every cent ot  the loan will be spent in Canada and  thus redistributed again to thc people  of  Canada.       Canadians  will  receive  juouiers -siiouici toot; wen ruier  their children during thc hot summer  months, as this is the time of year  when the young ones are liable to all  kinds of bowel complaints.  If your children havc any looseness  of the bowels do not experiment with  new and untried remedies. Get "mc  having stood the test of '--*-* "**".  Fowler's Extract of Wild Strawberry  has been on the market for the past  74 ycars. Don't accept a substitute  and perhaps endanger your child's  life.  juoctccu  Use Every Day  A fascinating study is that which  searches for the origin of words.  Much of the history of thc world is  locked up in the words we- use every  day, utterly unconscious of their derivation.  When the Arabs came into Europe  and learned from the nations, they  encountered the wisdom . of all the  ages then past, they became deeply  interested in the attempts that the  old Greeks had made to turn other  metals Into gold.  That it had been declared to be a-  secrct and mysterious process made  it all the more fascinating to them.  And so they became alchemists and  called themselves Hermetic philosophers, because tradition declared  Hermes Thismegistus about two  thousand years before Christ had discovered how to convert the baser  metals into gold.  To melt the mouth of a glass tube  so as to close it was called securing  it with "Hermes, his seal." We know  little or nothing of Hermes, or -when  he lived, or whether he ever lived at  all; but it is curious that even to this  day when a bottle or jar is-closed so  that it is airtight \ve call it hermetically scaled, after this same Hermes.  thc interest paid on the loan, and will      Mrs.  Willis  Coupland,     SiindruVe.  ult.matelv receive back the whole, of j ���������-*���������������. ^rit?*V lAbout, \OUT, ^7,Z*���������������  , .   ".    . mv little girl, then a bat.v two tj-./-.i*>-'*  the principal sum. -    -      - .   .  If Canadians fail lo subscribe    the  ! amount   rccmired.   Canada   must   bor-  row   it   elsewhere,   and   if   Canadians  refuse to lend their own country t!ic  money It needs,  it   stands to  reason  that   other  people  will   only  loan  to  it   at  absolutely   ruinous   rates   of Tn-  A dog makes almost as much noise  when he barks as a man docs when  he barks his shins.  pAINS in tho  small of  the  back,    lumbago,    rheumatism, pains in the limbs all tell  of defective kidneys.  Poisons ar������ being left in the  blood "nhlca. cause pains and aches.  The kidneys, liver and bowels  -must be aroused to action, by such  treatment aa Pr. Chase's Kidney-  Liver Pills.  There is no time for delay when  ths kfdne*a'S zn xe-t-ts-ntr. foi* such da-  velopitnents as hardening of the arteries and Bright's disease are ths  natural result,  Oa������������ pill a eJoae, 25 cents a box, all  clcsl&rs, or IE. eld si*"*, so id. *St*_tG5 ������*��������� Ce>e- -Dti*..  Toronto.  A cheeky girl with paint**-*!- checks  is���������checkv.  Minard's  Liniment  Cures  Garget  in  Cows.  .SSI  -jf-c.  W'-j.r   i  "������������������':.���������. luCSS,  :'������.)������������������      JJJ  divinitce.:   oi  ;������������������".   !.      C";.i';i  ������������������ O-it rib*.. 11-  :���������.-.,:] wi-ahl:  V. c  4 O'l  :::   s!!v  to  ���������.Ai   li..:  a   tjv"*!0!i'!*.u"  ������<.-.*d   -*iodor:i  -\per-.-Jiu.ri*     o  work.  tcrest. Furthermore, thc jiaytnent of  that interest abroad will constitute  an annual drain upon Canada, impoverishing it. but adeling  to the.  wealth!  old, took diarrhoea. I took her to  Mie doctor, but to no avail. After he  had given her up, I read of Dr. Fowler's Kstract of Wild Strawberry atid j  immediately got a bottle. Within  two days she was improving fast. 1  cannot ever praise it enough. I hope  some poor sufferers will see this letter and lead them to a friend '"���������.���������cod."  Price 35 cents. Put up only by The  T. Milburu Co., Limited, Toronto,  Ont.  Some men would rather owe you a  ~.Zi*      r-~     -...n���������     4*-, -X..X     ..rxl.       Xr.       li...      X-r...  ULIL    XLJL     LJVLrl     LZlrtll    p tl L    J yt LL     l\J     I-.4P-     LI LJ IL  ble of collecting it.  ���������-*..������..,...........t'm. >QpH������..f.<������..ei  <.-.*���������'</ l n sivej  art'arc   calls  ! of   other   conn trie-s.  Canada must ua_  w;ir bills and  ."here   arc  more,  thorns  than   roses  ion thc  path  ihat*  leads  to a  woman's  heart.  un-  m  -.aid  !.-     1;  the  -[.]'. di:  [\r    V  ...���������.: id  nnancc   its   own   reconstruction   poli  , cics.    It i? far better both for the in  **?   ������������������������������������   thc! dividual  la  to |  ���������nan  <.r,  it:;!   wctr  '.i-.-.-r   l!'.-  uionc-.y  :r  t<   honor  ���������_-,   rcsotirce?-]  :; ' ���������'"." the war.;  x't   the   limit  :*   last   dollar  ��������� -.-.],' <e.  c th, ir  x;:>ayor ;:r.a  It Testifies for Itself.���������Dr. Thomas'  the nation that   Ecicctric Oil needs no testimonial of  ���������d  Cf.1  -1 il-.IT J  <_.!'���������-  .r   1.  v-'\!ii*.oians iho'iiiseivCs- snoiiiei provuie  tlie   principal  stun   lo  cover  such  cx-  ��������� pc-ndiuircs, .v.s-id to pay to themselves  i lhc  interest  ���������**barges  on  that national  I indeb'.cdnrss.  I F.very t.'anadian slioukl, tliercfon-,  str.-.tM Ids or he-r resources to pnv-  ���������*h;tsc the largo-ft  possible amount of  Victorv     Bonds.       Quite  apart  from  Tl.ej,.  Tb.cv  Ou:  ivos.i  SUi- \  o bc j  its powers other than itself. "Whocvcr  trics it for coughs or colds, for cuts  or contusions, for sprains or burns,  for pains in thc lirnbs or body, well  buow ihat the medicine proves itself  and needs no guarantee*. This shows  why  this  Oi!  P  in   ."���������eur.rnl  use.  YES! MAGICALLY!  CORNS LIFT OUT  WITH FINGERS  Work of Big Berthas  The total casualties in Paris resulting from air raids and by shells  thrown by German long-distance  guns, were 521 persons killed and  1,224  wounded.  4PH44}������4_44&4^..ff44_4.������94.a������.a.>e..*9..������.>t..g4������4P,tf.4t.>e.  Vou  simply  say  to the drug  siore  man, "Give me a quarter of an ounce  THE FALL WEATHER  HARD M LITHE ONES  Canadian  fall weather  is extremely  hard on little ones.   Onc day is warm  of freezone." This will cost very little  ^"d bright and the next wet and cold,  but Ts sufficient to remove every hard   lheSe sudacn changes bring on colds,  or soft corn from one's feet.  cramps and colic, and unless    baby's  Some   men   pray   for   their  and  others   pn.-y   upon   them.  frit* nds  A few drops of this new ether com- hule stomach is kept right the result  pound applied directly upon a tender,! may ^1- serious. There is nothing to  aching corn should relieve the sorc-i c,*lu^ -^"JUs Own 1 ablets m keeping  ncss instantly, and soon the entire! the htl,.c ones well, ihcy sweeten the  corn, root and all, dries up and caul stomach,   regulate   the  bowels,  break  lie lifted out with the fingers. J!P,^OUls and ',",akc ,)a!;y u*rivc- The  This new  way  to rid one's  feet of! -Iablets arc sold J>y medicine dealers  corns was introduced bv a Cincinnati  ?.r by_ mail  at  2~   cents  a box  from  and,  , r.iiid maintaining e.uir  and  credit before   lhe  prove   a   first-class   in-  pinJ-"  v,ana j.,  national  liono  world,   it   will  -.���������c.---,'.m.--���������*.'.        The*   seeurity   is   unqne*.s-  tioneel,   is.'unely,   tlir.   entire   resources  Minard's  Liniment Cures Distemper.  Jt. .  >   the  .1 Vim in ie:-n.     Tlie  interest  rale  '(���������  *:   i.'.-J'.'-e  ���������-uu* bet-ier  than  that, paid by  ���������?.:���������   tin  ;j.\. 'jA   institution  on   savings  ll-"lp  C ...;: ,iih,    In    "uiup  up"  by  huy-  '"       4     I  l i i:,    \ i 4  i..i..'   i-.'-.n'-.  Ifl'i  ,  '.,   t!;.-.   hunt  .-*,  ���������'     '. ' ' *. ���������  r   - ���������. ��������� ,  .'.. .un y.  >.?f--.n  in'    ���������   in   w>n��������� rn   is  due  to  li.eir  .'  * -. i \:l   ���������'  !���������.   -j-i"i'.(i< i-   the.  iiit   oi   listen-  Some women vvlto see things just  as thcy arc drive men to seeing  double.  Hov/ The Scrap Started  Jones stepped on Smith's favorite  corn, and of course there was trou-  bb*. What .Smith needed is Putnam's  Corn ..'"���������*; I rae I or- --that painless remedy for corns and warts that cures  in twenty-four hours. Putnam's is  the only stanelby. Try it, ?.jr A all  dealers.  man, who says that, while free-zone is  sticky, it dries in a moment, and simply shrivels up the corn without in-  llaming or even irritating the surrounding tissue or skin.  Don't let lather die of infection or  lockjaw from whittling at his corns,  but clip this out and make him try it.  The   Dr.      Williams  Brockville,  Ont.  "Medicine   Co.,  Of course thc serpent knew things  were coming his way as soon ' as he  discovered a woman in  the garden.  Miller's Worm Powders will drive  worms from thc system without injury to thc child. Thc'powders are  so easy to take that thc most delicate  e  ,'.-1) 11  ��������� e ���������),.  .1,,-  hi-tlrr  to  live    with  *jH  AWfell-Balanced Cereal  That i* what Grape-Nuts food  ic CZ).\c'-\ ^*^<''**; ��������� **'''-"��������� '* ���������*4tinntiep.'c*j  * *,-_._  Underwork  Causer of   huatiinary Maladies Which  Often End in Insanity  "e">ve.:r\vork  is  bad,*"  said  a doctor,  mn, u  we-rk.  ili.e   ->>..>   n.itj.  muk  The Goodness of Apples  Because     wc  like apples     we   use  them, but  apart  from     that  we  use .  them  because they  contain  healthful  *l���������������''[������n assimilate them and wcl-  . , ,   , ,       ....     I come them as speedy ear.ers ot pain,  acids, ^   needed     minerals     including j because they promptly kill the worms  iron, lime and sulphur, many calorics    '   ' ' * *    *  of energy, and .some real nutrition.  True, an apple is 85 per cent, water, but so is milk, and the apple has  13 per cent, of sugar and starches.  S-Vrru   T ri-4-r-xv  *nt-\ttr*4'.:rzL*i r-lAmpni:*. s;k*i  ������    ������I*-p    < -*^������   p^-e*. * v~~,~0   m~mm.m~-mm    ......  often lackincf in other foods.  *>  VV  r  04    44  i-..v-(-i,p\r.*-j    --.-jj-    fhf-   oV*)<)fin<r".S.tTl   C>f'  i-.J1  f      \   .4     4      a    ������ ~4 ������-. .' ���������--���������������  *  <������i I-   -    m ���������   0  whoat. and barley,  its easily  d\<S{*3tt.d and has a wonder-  fuiiy iikvibitf i'J'ivor.  Af ������ilI Crrx-em.  t. Xf tm nr Am f* mt  01   m tx ** .m *> un u   **-������..,**    ������ r,.- f .j������-*j,yt*   ,*-*���������%.***.*���������'**; p* "f> (ttr m* ���������*-���������*���������***< ���������#'  r. tit. .X tm ~~   V ,- n.  itt.m, -4  ���������* M, .v    -.m~00t.it- * ���������*��������� -~ "*���������     '   "���������- ������������������������---    ������������������    -    . ��������� m    ~   ������������������* -.* " ���������"-   -..( - -������������������  "(.iverweirk may slay its thousands,  tiujiigh I doubt: it, but underwork  slays tru:- of thousands beyond (iuc;;-  tion. I'ndcrweu'k is the*, cause of ncu-  i-:ip;ihe niii, iiisi'imiiia, fatii.ue waves  ,unl all that liost of imaginary and  ye:l imumble maladies which so often  t i-iui in  m-iuiiuy or  i.iueide.  ' "In thr. South Sea l.'.lniulr- the *"H-  mate; i-. perfect, nature is bountiful,  uiul everybody ean live without work.  .piJ..t  I.  liu:   'Ciniili     The Je:,ull i:������ t������i*it  ilu- Soiitli Sea Ifilaiuleni are feeble-  tuiiiili'd,  tuaetieally leliot'-.  ''A,id.iiu..i.i  i<.  anuthci   pl.iec   \sith it  | ��������� r. i l .-��������� i.. I     e ulii.'.-.c ullU    ,>i    pci������i-p-l    I.pJp'.  i- .vi j- ihi'ie jmi.w:, ;dl tlir ye*.������r lOUUel  iu Auel.ilu.si.i e.(cr.pt we'celu. The An-  el-.iluiiaiis ele-vote thcmsrlve.-) mainly to  niui.ip. aud lovr. luaklug. It'-sult? , A  ::ie:<* ol irr.iv.Tiv. underni*rcfl ilhter-  atr������|"  A druggist can obtain an iiuitalion  of MINARD'S LINIMENT from a  Toronto house at a very low price,  ami havc it labelled his ej.vn  product.  This grca3y imitation is the poorest one wc havc yet seen of thc  many that every Tom, Dick and  Harry  has  tried  to introduce.  Ask. for M1MAR1VS aud you will  get   it.  that cause the pain, and thus the suffering of the child -s relieved. With  so sterling a remedy at hand, no child  should suiTcr an hour from  worms  Plowing Mod'erate Depth  Provided the plowing of thc sum  mcrfallow in the previous year has  been deep, -,������<-. it: should be, there is  little advantage in. deep fall plowing  for wheat. About four or five inches  will -bury the stubbles .satisfactorily  and will not be so much iu danger of  leaving an open dry bottom to tin*  seed bed as where a lar|.;t- amount of  stubble i_i turned in too deeply. This  is even more true of early spring  plowing, where a moderate depth is  jleeidedl v   wi ideiablc.  P.   0    .?    4.  w.  M.  U.  t?.t.i  Canada's Fish Catch  During the month of An-iust the  total value of thc r.c.*i fish brought to  the varioua poiut-i of landing In  Canada increased by $225,H8;?, a3 compared with the same mouth last year.  The total value of th������ iiah taken on  .p.-,t,* ro.iif. wri-i ft-1 ���������1R-..722. K������������  pccially on the Atlantic co.ir.t wan the  incrca-.c noticeable, thc catch of cod,  haddock-, hake, and pollock being  aouie 20,000 hundredweights greater  than the catch ir* A* "Mir.t of In'it year.  LILfoitu-.u-j come In pairs for the  man whoar opponent hold*-1 three of  a  I'.inu.  {t������L^~-m������Mm^^  **m_T3 THEPfffi  SSI  iSi  .-.\  a^wsi'iiwM^^  liWil'ltillllillMlWiM  ^MmmMmmmmMimsmwt'immMmiH*. ������fci4������JW<������_wS(.(������������������_j4W__m4fflJffl*W* wiSSBmiSSS^^  SSSiiiiA^WS.iSS^aSiM^MSa  ������w.W.lilHWWIl.4lir,,MU.lV4r4M4W4. r^^wwWHPrtW. .w^r,..l..li^<.mi4,'4|ii|^���������4.W,WB^wWW,W������.l|l.lJWl lj.j..l....'WW...^*P.iPPH.|.P,^|tf... ".i |)l.H4.l,M^1..f_._tyg. .1,^,1 TUB     REVIEW,     CRESTON,    B.     a  feB  ~\  jtf^xmePi  \    -x rx _ V4 Bff  fuir,mxw.dv,mt*t-j\>T ry������*jpp_>?-  i.*?s.i:i>ntsj!Jtc-p5 mv-i-i  "���������_!���������-_������  Comply Wiih Law  i  i __  o-  Toronlo. ��������� There will".be- no alliance of the United Farmers of Ontario in the legislature with cither thc  Conservatives or Liberals, but thcy  may join with individual members of  tbe oid line parties in forming a government. This decision was arrived  at by thc members-elect of the United Farmers and U.F.O.-Labor after a  lengthy session.  Following is  the omcial  statement  Evacuaties of Two  Big Towns Ordered  Coi. Avoioff-Bermondi Declares    He  Has Offered an Armistice  to the Letts  Berlin.���������The     British     naval  commander    afLibau,    says a    dispatch  -ie  "S'E^ *"**���������*���������*_  m  "BT~*"������ /f-fir  ������e  I^i&-Ul i*���������*      S. v  No Deviation From Enforcing School  Attendance Act  Winnipeg.���������There will be no. deviation from the rule of enforcing the  School Attendance Act in Manitoba,  aud- Mennonites, like other sections  of thc community, will have to comply with the law, Dr. Thornton,  minister of education, told a delegation ol* Mennonites -which requested  the government to postpone enfe_>rcc-  ment.  Thc visit was  the result of dcvel-i  | opments in the municipality of Hanover,  Man.,  following legislation   enacted at thc last session.of the Icgis-   ......O  Austrian CoBstltiilioii j prese  ts Amended imakinK  from Reval.  Esthonia, has sent a de-  of United Fanners of Ontario, issue_l_jnand   to   Col.   Avaloff-Bermondt   to   by  Secretary J. J.  Morrison: ) evacuate   Ust*.   Dvinsk   (Dunamondc)' juture>  '���������The members-elect of the United  and Thorensbcrg, west of Riga. Previously  Hanover had no public  Farmers of Ontario, after discussing*     Col.    Avaloff-Bermondt,    in    reply,   sch00]s> but " the     government     has  the    matter, have    decided    that    it  said     that after     successfully     safe-  mappc<]   out   tjie   -whole   district   into  public  school  areas and two  schools  are already in operation and two oth-  wouid  bc  unwise for them  to  enter  guarding a strategic base for an of-|  into alliance with either of the    old. fensive against thc Bolshevik, he had  parties.    They arc prepared    to    as- j offered an armistice to the Letts Oc-  sume  thc     fullest    share of  respon- -. tobcr  10.  sibility  and  form  a     government  in J     He requested that his endeavors to  co-operation   with   such  members   of, obtain   an   armistice   should   be   sup-  other parties as arc in sympathy with j ported.  their platform and principlcss and arc!  srec to give support thereto.  "In the formation of a cabinet, full  consideration will be given to thc  various interests of the province."  Revised  standing  of   new   Ontario  _ legislature follows:  U.F.O., 45; Liberals, 28; Conservatives, 25; Labor, 11; Soldier, 1; Independent  Liberal  1.    Total,  111.  Britain Supplied W.ar  Materia! to Russians  ers ncaring* completion.  vvasiin-gioi'.. ���������   While   coiiuuittcea  resenting   miners     and   operators,  a   final   effort,  to   avert   the  strike   of   hah"   a   million   miners   on  November   1,   were   on   ihe   verge  of  Dr, Otto Bauer Chosen Chairman of jparting for good, Secretary of Labor  Commission to Frame New j Wilson held them together, overnight  Constitution {at least, with- a wage increase propo-  Vienna^-Thc     national     assembly] sal   that  ignored   ���������mio*.   demands   for  has  eliminated  from thc constitution j a 34-hour week.  Riots Resumed in New York .  New York. ��������� Rioting broke out  again around the Lexington theatre,  when for the second time iu a week  the Star Opera company produced  German opera over the protest of  I veterans of the world war.  <T> rx��������� A -_  x j-cim^iipjL.pJuo  rx.xA  XXLXLX  adopted recently the provision declaring Austria to be a composite part  of Germany. The elimination was  determined upon to meet the terms  of thc peace treaty.  Dr. Otto Bauer, who last week resigned" as minister of socialization,  has been chosen chairman of a commission to frame a new constitution  for Austria.  isWaw5a      *M.������*%%r������ ,  ���������*-������-* ��������� *   ���������*������*.*--* _*<__������- ���������. -m  is i rial  si*        HTX   l������I������������M./_kBP_rVV  U.F.O. list includes two candidates  endorsed by labor, one endorsed by  Liberals, and one endorsed by labor  and veterans. The Labor . list includes two also endorsed by U.F.O.  Sir John Hendry, lieutenant-governor, was in his office in thc parliament buildings during the time the  cabinet was in session, apparently  ready to receive any advance that  might be forthcoming, from the pre-  ���������"nicr.  The difficulty with the members of  the present government is the matter of deciding as to their proper  course. Now that the government has  been rejected at the polls, they do  not know what the United Farmers  are going to do or what sort of corn-  Ammunition Kas Been  Sent  Vladivostok.;���������General   Knox,   chief j  of thc  British military mission, in a  statement  to  the   Russian  Telegraph  Agency at Omsk, says:  "Great Britain has furnished the  Siberians and General Denikine with  great Quantities of munitions���������hundreds of thousands of rifles, hundreds  of millions of cartridges, hundreds of  thousands of machine guns, as well  as several hundred thousand sets of  uniforms and equipments. Each cartridge fired this year by Russian soldiers was made in England, by English material and by English workers, thc supplies being shipped to  Russia on   English steamers.  "CVOilD  oiixur  nr  ur  nuo  CHILD'S LAXAT1V  uu an u i ��������� * *  P  Demands   the   Arrest   and   Trial   of  King Ferdinand  Geneva.���������A  dispatch  received  here  j from Belgrade says the powerful peasant party in  Bulgaria demands thc  arrest   and  trial  of   King   Ferdinand, j the termination of thc present agree  Look 3.1 ton������"!ifi?  Remove rioi-  sons from little stomachy  liver and bowels  ffp nr\  ll  p it i r     l\  There was every assurance that  thc operators -would accept it, and  every indication that it would'bc rejected bodily by the miners.  I Refusal of the miners to accept  will bring the conference to a close  and, force government officials to  resort to other means to prevent tne  closing of thc mines with thc first  approach of winter.  Secretary Wilson's oiler, which  [prevented acute disruption of thc  i proceed!-" ""s   set forth  the  foi Io wine? .  That wages bc increased at the.  cxoir-at-ion of the ���������orcscut contract in  an amount equal to the differences  between increases in wages received  by thc mine workers since, July, 1914,  and the increase iu tho cost of living  since that date.  That the increase be effective from  and aiso.oi former Premiers Rados-  lavoff and Malinoff, as being--responsible for thc war and leading Bulgaria into misery arid thc loss of provinces. According to thc dispatch,  confiscation of all the royal possessions is demanded.  ,    British Embassy in* Berlin  London.���������W'alford    H.  Selby  las  bination may be formed in order that.been  appointed  provisional  represcn  I- .- f .   I TX        *  .   *        1 _ _*���������"""-���������.._._  . ���������_  the government of the province may  be carried on. Pending definite information from the United Farmer  members-elect, thc cabinet may meet  from day to day to discuss developments.  0..  tativc  of  thc  British  Government in  Berlin.     Hc  will   open   thc   embassy  in Berlin as soon as the peace treaty  becomes  effective.  Press wras officially informed to this  effect.  ���������^������������������le'  nuuiu    a*w*a   ux~*-j      AW������M I*  "Will    Not    Stay    as    Chairman    Of  Hydro-Electric Unless With a  Sympathetic Government =  Toronto.-���������Sir Adam     Beck,  interviewed, said he knew nothing of thc  I discussion    of the newspapers    concerning  his  future  course.     Hc inti-  ment until March 31, 1920.  That on these conditions thc strike  order bc withdrawn and that the  miners continue ar work on these,  terms; that negotiations be entered  into at thc usual time for making the  new, scale effective after March 31,  1920.  Flee! For Far East Likely  Admiral  Jellicoe's  Report  on   Naval  Defence  Laid  on   Table  in  Australia  Melbourne.���������Thc report of Admiral  Lord   Jellicoc   concerning   thc   naval  I defense   of   thc   Far   East   has   been  mated   that  it  was   very   doubtful   if j laid upon the table of tlie Australian  j he would remain as chairman oi the; House   of   Representation.      Admiral  \j������  hydro-electric   commission.  tommiiiee on  Execution oi Treaty  Lord Derby Appointed as Delegate  to  Represent Great  Britain  Paris.���������-The nominations of various  delegates to thc committee on interpretation and executions of the German peace treaty were put on record  by thc supreme council. Thc nominations registered were:  Italy���������Count Bonin-Longarc, the  ambassador to France, and ��������� Signor  Pisiano.  France���������Stephen Pichon, th'e foreign minister, and Philippe Bcrtlie-  lot, political ^director of thc foreign  office.  Great Britain. ��������� Lord Derby, the  ambassador to  France.  Japan���������Baron Matsui, ambassador  at Paris.  LET  Accept "California" Syrup of    Figs'  only���������look for thename California on  .tx. ..-c^ .pu., , the package, then "you are sure your  Thr-  A������ortitj������d!chlld 1S   havmg  thc     best  and  most  ihe Associatea.^armlesg laxativc    or physic for the  little stomach, 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."  "DANDERINE"  SAVE YOUR HAiR  Check u4.y dandrufti   Stop hair  coming out and double  its beauty  Oppose State Purchase of Liquor  Jellicoe, who has been making a tour  'On no account will I stay, except! of the British dominions to consider  I am assured of a government that is | plans for their naval defense, says in  in full sympathy with and behind the j the report that ihe naval end of thc  power development and hydro-radial  projects," he said. "It would bc useless to attempt to go on*; otherwise."  A little "Dandci'iiH:" cooi*, cleanses  London.���������Addressing thc annual and makes the feverish, itchy scalp  gathering of the United Kingdom soft and pliable; then this stimulat-  Atl'-wi.-.*   r-ei-1'"..*.-  -h .-,<���������*  -*���������-n..,,..,:.,t im*: tonic penetrates lo the  famished  ���������OPlll.Mlei*, JJl-l   l* 4ll)_ til... ...Oh..        4.1 44L4 V...   44,4.1 , . .... ...  ..... .    . , ,_      ���������    hair roots*,  revitalizing and invip;orat-  prolubition    association    here,  i'resi- ing t.vcry hair in Uic hca<l,-thus stop-  dent   Lief   joncs   declared   that     any  ping  the  hair  falling out, or  getting  statesman who brought a measure for  thin,   dry   or  fading.  the nationnlivcation  of the  drink traf-   , A.flc,r  a   few   applications  of "Dan-  r. 11        ,   1 r    .   ���������   1 x a   dermc    you seldom find a fallen hair  fc   would   not  hist  a   fortnight.       A,or  a     J:iTl-lc](,   of     d:indrufft  bcsidcs  flrlrgate  ivho  advocated  a.  state  pur-:cvery   l,ajr     shows  new     lite,  vigor,  Sufterings in Kussia  Men,    Women    and    Children    Are  Falling  Dead in the Streets  From Hunger  Paris.���������Pictures of  Moscow's  hunger   arc   given   in   the   Figaro   by   a  Russian  princess  arriving  from   Russia.    "1 will not speak of the terrible  revolting and odious things that passed   in   the   streets  of   Moscow,"   she  said,   "but   only   of   the   hunger   incidents  I  saw with  my own  eyes and  which were repeated day after day. I  met a woman and child,  ragged and  thirr-as   skeletons,     thc   child   crying  constantly   with     an  unchanging  expression of terror.    The mother said  that  the  child  was  hungry and asked for a piece, of bread as  they had  not  eaten   for  twenty-four hours.     1  opened    my    purse, but    the woman  turned away baying, 'No, not money,  but bread.'  "Another time J. saw a blonde-  haired young girl with arms out-  uti-etchcd, leaning like a living crucifix against: a wall and murmuring, 'I  am  hungry.'    Next day she  died.  "I havc seen children, hardly  clothed, hollow-checked, and with  forms like shadows, on     their knee.s  Delegates from Austria and Germany  Berlin.���������Thc German and Austrian  governments, it is learned, have decided to send delegates to the Washington Labor Conference, inasmuch  as thc supreme council of thc allies  has recommended thcir admittance  as fully qualified members.  The  delegates  of  the  two  nations  probably    will .  leave    together  Washington soon.  British* Empire will probably demand  within thc next five years a strong  Far Eastern fleet, comprising vessels  of the royal navy, tlie East Indian  squadron and tlie Australian, Canadian and Xcw Zealand navies.  German-Austria Title Abolished  Vienna.���������The National Assembly-  adopted an act abolishing the name of  "German-Austria" for the nation and  substituting thc title '"Republic of  Austria." The Pan-German party  violent     opposition     to    the  for I offered  'change.  esrvons  BY DH. D. -., GRANTIEIt.  rec  chase   encountered   mucli   opposition.  "Pussy-foot"'     Johnson     addressed  llic   iiiceUuj.:,.  bii--*iiuii*--.**,  mure color ami  iiiickiics**  A   few  cents   buys a bottle   of   delightful  "Dai-.deriiie"  at any drug  or|i,a,i fjvih.n from a torn  toilet counter.  ILIV.    .ll.|PwP.'i.     p,*jr.������*t..     p-  stones   grains  Warships Bombarding  Fortress ot Kronstadt  '%m-'VmrSWJmii4min%tHmri^ jwiroir'/  -^mm~tm^  F.'p-'iH*!*   Vcj.,cl;-  X'pJIp.",     ^ > 4. 4-     r'll4 44-     IU     IP  rv... . . .     . r   *7 .. ...........  J.P.UJlj.u    y)x    x' PJl Vi *-.*..  Reported  Active  i' <���������-'������>*-������-���������  I'.iim.;.  J  on  1  ill:  Copenhagen.���������A dispatch to the  Politiken from Ilelsingforji report 1*1  that French warship*, are- bnuibaiel-  in if, Ivioii-suult. thcy ai<i able to  keep beyond range of the fortress  artillery, owing to the long range of  lilril      !��������� I im ������������������  paving  stones   grains  of   wheat   that I  ack. I have  seen before bakeries men, women  aud children stretched on the cold  stones, waiting through days and  nights their turn to get their meagre  ration of bread, and then often falling exhausted and dying at the door  steps before thcy received it."  Berlin.-���������The* Supreme Council has  refused a re.epicai hum the Genn.uj  government that members of the  inter-allied commimiions in Germany  should not went* uniforms niter tlie  p'-ucc treaty cornea into effect.  How  many business  men feel fagged out, nervous, with a "soggy brain'1'  ���������worn   out   completely  before  the  day and  its  tremendous tasks are half  over? Try the right way!  Clean the body first. That  will   help   your   nerves,  your head and your circulation. Your doctor will  teii   yon   that   any tiling  from   a   headache   or  a  common cold to grippe or a serious illness may result from  allowing food to ferment in thc intestines.   Don't give the  body a chance to absorb the poisons.   Remove the toxins  !r"..:...."V..'.,"ri7/.i  from tho Rvstem and five the ti.-ssuos of the body aid to  -rd*        l' X *m- 4 m        m m   *.J * 0t~        W 0 0 ,4   t v *'  resist disease by taking an occasional laxative such as  castor oil, or a tinv pill made up of May-apple, aloin, jalap,  and sold by most druggists aa Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets.  The kidnoyy and bladder suffer from the wear and tear,  and we get chronic inflammations sometime*, indicated by  ��������� ' 4 .1  O'Ll-'j'P.plA'iR',  .ip.n  LX.xLL  j  ,M  ,-..pll ������->f|*(-������  W.  n.  11.  ,?(i,  f       . 1 x    .-'}'���������       .. t  jJu.iuj.pii    ve-u-iilj.^   C.  Perhaps tho uric acid i.s .stored up in the system in excessive-  amount, and consequently when the urate .salts are depos*  ���������Jtri/l ���������!���������*, -������Y*.iv:*f.b.'"j dsnt)  sn'inijD tsryo cum*,���������>':*; tTY.J.l lumbago i/*oain  In b.'.ek), rheumatic pnins, gout, etc.  Nothing will act so nicely aa "Anuric" (anti-uric-acid),  a recent discovery of Dr. Pierce's which can be had at all  drug stircs. "Anuric'5 washes away the poisons, cleanses  tho bladder and kidneys���������ly-nd-'fing them nnnsepuc���������<���������  consequently onc i.: coon cured of lumbago, rheumatism;  !_out, and the body is put into a clean, healthy state.  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Fom pSalk���Baby sleigh, 2 creamely
cans, 1 milk pail.    Review Office.
Fun Salic���Two grade ewes in lamb.
$25 takes them both, F. K. Smith,
���Mrs.  S.  A. .Speers  and   sister,
McMahon,   .are, spending  a  few-
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The first eif the 11)19 bazaar is announced. Christ -Chinch Ladies' Guild
have selected Wednesday, Dec. Hid forth ei is.
October was a bit unique in the matter of yital statitics. There were no
births or deaths anel but one niarri.ige
throughout the Creston Valley.
Saturday, Oct. 25th, was the coldest
morning we hav+ihad se> fur act-urn ing
to the official weather returns. That
a.m. the mercury trave-lled elown to 12
above zero.
Sajatovieh, the world's champion
s rung man���according tei the hand-
b lis���was an added attraction at the
Peekin e>n Monelay night, giving exhi-
b'tions e>f his muscular prowess eiiuing
the show.
For .Sale ��� Canned fruit. Also
small coal heater.    Mrs. Fail-head.
Girl Wanted- To assist with
housework. Apply Mrs. F. Putnam,
Dressmaking���After Nov. 3rd I ana
prepared to do dressmakidg by the
day in your own home. Miss Vernon,
Creston. over Peekin Theatre.
The Methodist Ladies' Aid haiiowe'en
social on Friday night in Speers' Hall
was only fairly well attended, the gross
intake being slightly less than $20.
October was unique in another direction. It had a total snowfall of almost
six inches, which constitutes' a record for at least the past fifteen years.
G. N. Gunn, who was provincial police here up till about seyen years ago,   place.    He and Mrs. Trotter got back
Creston Valley will obserye the an-
versary of Armistice Day, Tuesday,
Nov. Ilth, with a whist and dance un
der Wonien' Institute auspices, with
an admission of 75 cents. Cards from
8.30 to 10.30, followed hy refreshments
and then the dance-. A large turnout'
is anticipated.
The T. M. Edmonson store property,
at piesent occupied by A. Manuel, was
purchased last week by Dong Barney,
the local Chinese fruit and vegetable
magnate, the price, being $2500. Next
year he will probably utilize it for a
Chinese store, or move the Pacific res-
tnrant there.
W. R. Trotter, whei leased his ranch
here about four 7r'ears ago to go back
to prairie farming at McLeod, Alta. is
again   a  Crestoii  resident   on   his old
riyed yet, although Inspector Calyert j Harry White went from Yahk   to at-
has been  asked  to hurry them along,   tarn! the funeral.
A carpenter is at work on the building
making  a porch, roof and  other im--
provements.      The   new   blackboards
ave already in place.
Service  in
of Trade
ITfl pOI ft I )-j/.i��-io
ire urged tei be out 1'ot the
November meeting em Tuesday night..
Important Victory Loan and other
business is on the order paper, for immediate disposal.
who is now resident at New Denver,
was calling on Creston friends a couple
eif days this week.
The three local churches are getting
things in shape to launch the big Forward Movement, a Canada*wide drive
for about $15,000,000, of whieh amount
each eif the Valley churches are asked
to contribute about $500 each.
Fruit inspector A. MoL. Fletcher is
here this week inspecting what is expected to be abont the last eif the carload apple shipments from this point.
He estimates that for the whole Valley
the apple shipping this year wiLLrun
to at least 125 carloads.
O&ening Announcement
The Hardware & Furniture Supply  Company have
pleasure in announcing that they are
in their store, r.e*"il the Bevan garage
Onr stov.- includes everything usually found in ;i
well appointed Hardware Store, including a line of Cook
and Heating Stoves, Tinware,  Graniteware. Glass, &c.
Our lines have been selected with care to meet the
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lite stock is entirely new ana was
bought right, consequent!}*- we feel confident the goods will
satisfy both as to quality and price.
In the Fun*i$fi*e Dept. we are today showing only
Beds, Springs and M&ttresses, in all of whieh we offer you
sterling values. A carload of standard lines of Furniture
will be here this mouth.
Picture Framing will receive prompt attention, and
we guarantee our work.
This is your invitation to inspect our stock .and
premises. You will be more than welcome whether .you
huv or not.
Hardware & Furniture Supply
M. J. BOYD Company Manager
An Old Friend to the
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the latter part of the week. The dry
weather of the past two years around
McLeod were not productive of rich
returns te> the grain grower,
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Hatfield got away
on an extended trip east on Tuesday,
going via Spokane. They will have a
stop in Northern Minnesota, where he
has some property te> elispose of and
from there, thev go to the old home
near Chatham, Ont.    He recently dis-
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ane; is not expected to return.
Mr. Dicken of Fernie, who has the
contract feir the cement piers in the
new high level' bridge at Canpon, is
here this week, making preparations
to get the work under way. Given
ayei-age Kootenay weather he expects
te> complete the job in at least two
months. Tenders are now being called for the eroetioii of the brid"*e itself.
The sale Of Victory Bonds i.s progressing favorably at all points in the
Valley from whieh the canvassers
have so far reported, unit there is every
indication at present that with persistent effort and a consideration that it
i.s only reasonable to expe��ct from the
public in this connection that between
the corps e.f canvassers and bond sales
at the bank that the Valley will negotiate  the sale of the $50,000 worth.
For Christmas buying keep in mind
the Gold Stripe. This is a publication
that should be liberally purchased.
The proceeds from the sale eif it are
for the benefit of the returned soldiers
who are members of the Amputation
Club at Vancouver, whieh takes in all
B.C. men who have been maimed and
wounded in the w.ar. Jack Smith is
handling the sale of Gold Stripe in the
Valley and will be calling on you any
day now,
The Hardware & Furniture Supply
Company opened for business this
week with a full stock .of hardware
and some of the lines in the furniture
department with the promise of the
latter section being well stocked before
the end of the month from a carload
of furniture whieh is now on the road.
Picture framing will be handled. The
store is in charge of M. J. Boyd, who
assures patrons efficient and prompt
service at rock bottom prices.
Creston Masonic Lodge had a visit
on Wednesday night from li. W. Bro.
Stodelurt, D D.G.M., of Windermere,
who was accompanied by F. Stockdale.
P.M. e>f the same town. After the
usual lodge business was disposed of a
fourth degree w,as exemplified in No.
5_'s well-known style, followed by the
usual i-ounel of speeches, and a thor-
oughlv appreciated evening is reported
by those iu attendance:.- On Thursday
the visitors were* treated te> a motor
tuip over the Valley under the gui.I-
aiu.i* of their olel friend, Major Mallau-
J. A. Grant, praii-ie fruit markets
coniissieiner ut Calgary, spent parts of
Tuesday anel Wednesday here- interviewing growers and selling age-heies
on the 1010 se-ason's successes*' anel
troubles, Mi', ("rant ivporls it steady
improvement in the* quality of the
pack of apples reaching the prairie-
mni-ke*.,, but with still room for ini-
prove-ini'iit. Despite the Alberta faiiu-
er.s turn down of the* eh>/.en boxes of
Creston apple's seuit their .iimiuil e-on-
yontinn last .laniiary. Mr, Grant
slul.es jiliiit the U.F.A. bought pi-iii.ti.--
Jiliy Im'ii' win...- il'il' supply of iruil
eif Ihat Mortin ll.Cand nevi-r geit belter apples in I he-ir lives.
tiz^mzwrno d~roty
Mrs. Rice and daughter, Ro.se, ;*.re
visitors at Cranbrook this week, while
house moving is going on. They will
take up residence at Lister on her return.
Miss Frances Lyne of Creston was a
week-end visitor with Frances Knott,
and was a guest at the haiiowe'en
Matt. Clayton has finished his extensive apple packing operations this
week. He has harvested fruit from
three ranches this fail, so has been
very busy.
The Debating Society meets again
on Friday night. The subject this
week is a simple one, "Which is preferable. Country or Town ?"
Miss Bessie White is a guest of Mrs.
Witherhead just now. Her friends
extend sympathy in lift- bereavement.
Her uncle. Jack White, was killed at
Coeur d'Alene by a le>g pile slipping
and throwing him into the mill pond.
Although he was "-ot out of the? water
speedily he did not regain consciousness and  died  soon  afterward.    Mrs.
the schoolhouse will  be
earlier from now on, be
ginning at, 2..S0* instead of 3 o'clock.
This is to enable Mr. Hamilton   to  return to Creston on the afternoon train
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Wednesday, Nov. 12
Ensures Health
and Comfort
Snow flurries the fore part of
the week forcibly remind that fall
lingers in the lap of winter, and
that it is time to be preparing for
the real oold weather that oannot
be far distant.
To make you comfortable in the
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our.stock of
Saturday, Nov. IS
Part 9
A Fight for Millions
A Diplomatic Mission
Pluck and Plotters
You only have to look at them���
to mill your fingers over them���to
be convinced of their wearing qualities, itolied edge and reinforced
all along top of sole, as well as at
back and around lace front. We
have these in both .six and three-
lace styles in the well-known Dominion make.
We have the same goods in black
in lighter weight in the Laceifc
lied man 'for men. and the "Roys'
Simcoe���both three-lace styles.
Heavy Socks
To go with all of these  we have
a !>ig stock of Artie Socks
as Cotton Socks, from 35c.up.
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