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Creston Review Nov 28, 1919

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To date none  of it has been taken by Wynudel nim-  l-elds.  . The new cottage that is being erected on the John Johnson ranch is well  along to completion, and will be occupied by Mr. and Mrs. John Johnson,  jr. Mr. Clark, who recently acquired,  property near the Dixon ranch, has  his new residence well along also.  P. Andestad, who has been a visitor  at Alberta points, arrived home the  iatter p.:vt of the week, bringing a  shipment of cattle with him. which he  picked up near Lethbridge.  Mr. Cory of Medicine Hat, Alta..  who is an extensive land owm-i- here,  has Surveyor Moore and crew busy  suryeying a tract of 100 acres in the  neighborhood of the Walter Cooper  ranch into five and ten acre tracts,  which he is going to push the sale of  next spring.  John Johhsom who is one of a few  here who were caught With potatoes  in the ground at the early freeze-up,  but harvested his crop, and reports  the loss thrnucrh frozen snuds lio-Tii.  . . ���������     .    i :     e-cv-   -���������  The C.P.R. isn't getting rich carrying passengers out of Wynndel these  days. An occasional visitor to Creston is the extent of local travel.  Mrs. Orr stud children of. Saskatchewan have recently arrived: on a Visit  to her father, Mr. Ringheirh,  here on Sunday for Brickson to work  in the Winlaw camp. __  Joe Langlois had a hurried call to  Cranbrook last week owing to the ill"  ness of his wife, who is a patient in  the hospital.  Billy Johnson of the Kitchener  Hotel has purchased a "Wee McGregor  gasoline sawing machine. Billy says  it can sure burn the gas, but he hopes  te> be able to supply the town with  wood shortly.  Fred Browell is the latest Canyonite  to purchase a car. He brought in a,  Chevrolet from the prairie, which was  unloaded*at Creston on Sunday.  All those who attended the school  opening at Lister lsst Saturday night  pronounce it a'decided success. Al  though, the roads were a bit muddy  for the trip Canyon was well represented and all enjoyed the evening  ..^-.... ~t-  vxriy   ultlCU.  Mv. ������nd Birs. C Blair and daughter  LtGca! auu sz ersoitai  December meeting of .Presbyterian  Ladies' Aid on Friday afternoon next  at the home of Mrs. Speers.  Finest stock of peels, currants, raisins, almond paste, etc., for.Christmas  pudding and cakes.���������S. A. Speers.  Mrs. T. W. Bundy returned on Sunday from a visit with ber sister, Mrs.  S. A. MacDonald, at Summerland.  Wanted���������Hogs, live or dressed, also  live ducks. Dong Barney, Pacific  Restaurant, next drugstore, Creston.  Fresh fruits and vegetables to arriye  week ends until after Christmas. Bananas, grapes, lettuce, celery and sweet  Bert Hobden left this week on a trip  to Lethbridge, Alta., where he will  probably join np fe>r service with the  tt.N.W.M.P.  The Presbyterians intend holding  their Sunday school Christmas entertainment on Tuesday, Dec. 23rd. Full  particulars later.  with an associate, were here early in  the week, taking a look over the Alexander timber limits near town.  J. V. Orr, jeweler, who left here in  March to look after farming interests  in Saskatchewan, arrived back on  Wednesday, and will reopen his jewelry repair shop in the old stand next  the post office in a. few days.  Weatherman Foster's prophecy that  Wednesday was to be the coldest day  in a couple of hundred years missed  fire badly so far as Creston was concerned. The* government thermometer showed II above aero that morning.  With no heated car seryice available  on  the  way' freight east these days,  ��������� i'i'���������-  ciuicsa    is  Eleanor, are spending a few days with ! coal  due in  a few days.    Order now  and  take deliyery  off car   and save  money.���������R. Lamont.  friends in Nelson this week.  Mis. Barnhardt and children of  Gleniiliy are visiting with her mother,  Mrs. Knott, arriving on Tuesday.  Last week's debate was postponed  on account of the bad shape the roads  were in, but the subject, "Shall we  have government- ownership," will be  discussed this .week.  Mr. and Mrs. Strong, jr., are visiting  with t eir parents. They will stay  for the winter and will consider settling here in the spring.  Dave Rodgers lias gone to Cranbrook agaiivfor medical advice.  '"Buck" Tayior of Crowsnest, a local  property owner, and well known to  the older residents, was a visitor here  the fore part, of the week.  Dentistby���������Dr. Lillie will again  visit Creston, Tuesday, Dec. 2nd, and  remain the balar.ce of the week, In  case of'dental treatment an early call  is advisable.  A prize of a box of cigars is offered  by Manager French of the Exchange  biiliard. parlor, to the player making  the. highest single run between now  and Christmas eye.  ^.- r-'A:. L jxv*X*7jm������ir^������&l&m^^li0r  . sfmma-stff  Miss Rutleelge was a Creston yisitor  last week-end.  Mr. and Mrs. Pred Belanger' were  Kitchener callers -between trains on  Sunday.  Mr. and Mrs. Archie Kerr have moved to Creston, where they will reside,  in future  Dr. Henderson of Creston' was a  business visitor here between trains  em Sunday..  E. Jackson of Creston arrived a few-  days ago. and is working nt the> Paulson camp.  A dance will bo held at the Kitchener Hotel on Nov. 20th. Gents .$1.  Ladies please, bring refreshments.  Dan Spiers, who has been teamster  for  G.   A,   Hunt for  some   time,  left  Theatre  Monday, Dec. 1  KITTY GORDON  in  Merely Players  COMEDY  Wednesday. Dec. 3  MONHOE SAMMIM'lt Y  "Eagle"  COMEDY  Screen JKiagazine  Saturday, Dec. &  A Fight for Millions  xx rr t\������  tiTZYj-  *ri... Hi*/...- ......,.  A  <r������0   JVM xt It    XL.'11 la  * I r      . * A i  r v xJLttxAl*   t  Tell  His Colh*i*e Proxy  Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Barrel! and family, who have occupied ihe A.Miller  ranch since early this sprieg, have  moved to Nelson, where they wi!!  make their home in the future.  Birth���������On Nov. 21st, to Mr. and  Mrs. Tom Ross, a daughter.  Guy Constable was a business yisitor at Bonners Ferry a couple of elays  last week, retaining on Saturday.,  Mr. Churchill is busy stumping a  couple of acres which he recently purchased from R. Stewart, and has Jas.  Maxwell of Erickson handling the  blowing operations.  Mrs. Lane of Macleod. Alta., wa.s a  visitor here last week with her parents,  M. and Mrs. Simister.  Miss Feixall, who has been at Cranbrook for some time1, has returned and  is at present :i guest of Mr. anel Mrs.  A. A. J. Collis. -^  Thev Presbyterian .service hi the  st-hoolhoure ein alternate Sunday afternoons in charge of Rev. T. McCord are  attracting good attendance, the turnout on Sunday being about the best  eyer.  Moore. Bros, have already started  logging operations on the B. Palmer  place. In lulelitiem to l.henm-1 ves they  have a couple eif men and team at.  work.  Cupid has been working overtime at  d-niicrook   this   moiuh.     i lie   l.ouricr j  reports printing eight different lots of  wedding invitations last, week.  Harry   Molt, a    Crutibrook   hunter,  got a yr������0 poiinel while 1 ailed buck ele-e'i-  last   week���������the' biggest sample' of the  j kind ever brought into that city.  [     There   is   no ele-mand   for   h'/i-srii   a.i.  IVntrie-tou.    Tlie- city poimdUeeper hiiN  ' ii    few   bend   in   ponnel   tli.-il   he e-.inneit  ' - ������������������    ' ������������������:-' -:���������    'j :        :    ��������� :    ..   ].. ,!   f...  1 their ke-ep.  NOTICE RE HAY  All   perilous   mviu.i;   a.s.^e'SMuenti-i   for  ; bay   < lilting    le*    llie-    *'i't-Hloii     Valley  , Si net: liiTi-elr-iv. A : ���������: uc.i.il ion are- i'e'e|Hi:.t  i e-il  to eall uiul  pay same' at, tlie- Ne'e-re-  l,ll\\.      mIHIi'I"       l>ll S'llllI'lIlM' I   IrrCI'llllll'l  rttli next, or lentil  by mail before.   |lv  , mi.1,'1   of he.ui-d.    (lU'Y   CONNTAIU-E  Si'l'l'l'l |l I'V .  .atv^Cranh^oteT^^JotipIe of bays this  week. The divisional city is aiso enjoying cooler weather Out so far no  sneiw is iu evidence.  Two more automobiles were added,  to the local motor car fleet this week,  wlien Fred Browell unloaded a couple  of slightly used cars, which he had  picked up in Alberta.  Mr, Horrie of Cranbrook, a well  known   East   Kootenay   lumberman.  much heavier at preseet than has been  the case in any November in the past.  Most of it. however, is for Creajv points  in B.C.  The Impeiia) Oil Co. this week unloaded the first of two steel oil tanks  which will form part of the equipment  of the} warehouse they are to erect  here, construction on which is to start  almost immediately, on a site a little  east of the C.P.R. depot.  Hon. J. W. Farris of Victoria, B.C.'s  attorney general, was a Creston caller  on Sunday, for the purpose of looking  over development at. the soldier settle-  ment^at Lister, He\left on Monday  for Cranbrook, where he addressed a  public meeting that evening.  W. R. Huscroft, who enjoys the distinction of being one of the first half  dozen white settlers to leic-ate peman-  ently in the Valley at least a ^piarter  of a century ago, left yesterday, accompanied by his son, for Florida,  where be will winter with his son,  George, left here for sunny south some  weeks ago.  A. H, Dish Yuan, who took . French  leayetof-mediv}tl;care he.revaud^d&par.t-  ed fo" Cranbrook on Monday for hospital treatment, died in that city on  Wednesday morning. The remains  are expected back today for interment  here. Deceased arrived here early in  the spring with his family, and a few  months age purchased the Tebo ranch  along the K. V. A wife and several  young children survive.  W. B. Birney was a yisitor with  Nelsem friends a few days the early  part of last week.  Shipping is at a standstill here at  present, due to the scat-city of refrigerator cars. As yet no heated car service has 'started, either. Growers are  storing several cars of apples for early  spring shipping.  With the deer hunting season due  to close in a couple of weeks 3. M.  Craigie and party got away on Tuesday on their annua] pilgrimage in the  Roife mountain section.  Mr. and Mrs. C. Kelsey moved into  their "new residence last week5 and  Mr. and Mrs. H. Martin now occupy  their own ranch just vacated by Mr.  Kelsey.  Geo. Hobden is getting the building  material home for quite a commodious  new packing shed he intends erecting  on the ranch.  J. Maxweii was among the Valley  residents registered at the Nelson hotels last week-  Mrs. Jessop arrived a few days agei  from Weliwyn, Sask., and will likely  spend the winter here with her daughter, Mrs. E. Botterill,  It is reported that the commission  earned on the Victory Bonds sold by  the two Erickson canvassers will be  turned over for tne purchase of some  soecial  >?>���������������?  ������.U���������������-      -���������;ii        -i?*  -iH-av       win       tTApX'Ull^  nookerl Snooker!  Those who are; interested in  English Billiards or Snooker-  are in line for a fine box of  cigars. The one who makes  the highest single run will be  presented with a box of 20  cigars. Erickson, Duck Greek,  Canyon City and Lister play  ers are included in this offer.  30 days in whieh to win your  your Christmas cigars, so /������et  busy at tho Exchange Billiard  Parlor and see who will be the  lucky one.  NEWS OF KOOTENAYS  matters in  connection   with  teaching  the young idea at Erickson school.  Sirs. Sam Scott, who returned earlier  in the month from an extended visit  at the old home in England, is at present under the doctor's care, and at  writing her condition is rather serious^  A ypeedy  recovery  is hoped for by a  host of friends.  ,.  ^. ���������...'������������������'.. < . p.; : .  Tue^-new������������������������������������'���������house' pn the Truscott  ranch was efficiently liousemarmeei on  Tuesday night when a party of about  twentv friends and neighbors made an  entirely unexpected call on Mrs. Truscott, on the occjision of her birthday.  Her unexpected callers came well supplied with refreshments and'a splendid  evening was spent at cards and a good  line <if music.  tnwtiiaajBMaaaMa  e    , ta  d f n  He. cBsasfc  Yen Bear ta3  ������ --000 r������  C_ drtm fjr-Cr- m *  m i. .v,:*.*."' 0 0  -   -r #        Hi,  o   er.. PpZP--"A ��������� :������������������ "!.��������� r,r "}<*-p���������:���������*"*   3  & Wi-" ft?'* .'- ���������-'/* irAiV':.���������������' uki-v.; ,J  tl  a       ^OiraEssn.ATiara^'-.i'.-i'^iir. v ~a   a  u tf  (1 *n*.    ......       ������   **\     Ir-, . 1,, "^  li   >.VXJ .4     J Li*     L.nvLX.t.tX*\Jml     bill  ti  VI  n  a  i  tr  IB  i  a  i  a  i  a  i  a  f  .1       x.^PJ-d,"*,  yrWSjf'iZ  ���������'/���������"���������v.,.,  ...  it   I'-rAry  *       ,->r  :>.)  .M  JU  19  a  B  a  ���������I    19  a  N  ti  a  ������ '  l������  Conceit* Dully  B  XI  B  C  r  CrPU  ORESTM  u  *  *-\  *    \t    f������    ft    i'i    t!  M    M    FM    M    r-t    <-  C  i  -I  a  The Great Northern is dismantling  the station and water tank, as we'll an  taking up the steel at Phoenix, taking  the material to Grand Forks where it  isjbeing sorted.  Bank accounts are bulging at Penticton to such an extent that the Bank  of Montreal there is preparing to enlarge its biiileling t.ei twice its present  accommodation.  J. A. Coleman, a Grand Fork rancher  claims thai, district is loo honest iu its  apple pae-k. In ordeu- te> pass inspection it really ships more No. 'A apples  (ban is re-ally ncc������������ssary.  The cost of living continues to nel-  vancc at Hevelstoki*. Commencing  Dee-. 1st. bi'in-el liinis anel eliildn-ti's  haircuts gei up lo 50 re-uts, .uiel llie.se  nice easy slwiye's will ceistUa cents.  Penticton i-> having trouble* with its-  i.'li'i-tric lii-lit. plant. The sii nation is  going from bad to worse, the Herald  i-extipiining ft in t the lights are otf  almost as eille'ii as they are em just  now.  The ������'<a/elie iiaei e-veiy e-oniiile-ne-e  the- early November i-e.M snap at  (Ji and h'eiiks hael not come- te> May.  In   the  midst  of it.   loiiins   were .sren  daily iu tlir Int.riie... i.ioiuni ut i'm-  town.  At Kaslei the rily ha- leased (In*  skating rink lei A. W. Ainhi-ou fm  tlie- season al stiSM).   11 I he early Nov* in-  lii'l'   ee|(|    ''lllip    Mold'     '!!'���������    li" : '. c   ^ L111������1!.!  he able* lo m.-i 1:������- a lilth ni<niey thi-  Me-iiHon at that  nieide.-t   ii-nlal.  Owini-*;  In the- arrival  e>f   the   etyste*r  .ilirll   l.,il!.    1(mi.,i     ,i|ii!    Wii|.    lie'   ii.liOij'  ninth iii evi.Uiiii' iu i.niiii- >>i'll������i' i>i-  e-harels nearby (iranel l-'en-k*, larniers  HiMiiuir wmiii-. lili- |',i'v i'i ii ti H'i 11 Id.ll  eiili'c e:(ahli'h a. li ielcnl pr* >vi m'i a I  lw.it ienll ii.'l i'l  at  iiii'.  j..iiii!  A Grand Forks orcharelist claims te>  have sedd ten carloads of apples to the  T. Eaton Co. at Winnipeg.  B, E. Howard, manager of the" Imperial Bank of Cranbrook. has been  transferred . to take- e-harge of the  biancb at Walkerville, Ont.  Penticton wants an evapea-ating  I plant. It is estimated that there is a  j yearly waste of KN10 tons of soft fruit  | that could readily be evaporated or  i inaele- into cider wei e a plant available'.  A carload eif apples waiting to he  unloaded was destroyed by fore at  Cranbrook e������n Sunday, the* heating  plant in the ear setting fire to the  boxes. The' fruit, was from Granel  Forks, and was value-el at $8500.  Tqo brightest spot, in town!  j Whore?  i  The Exchange  j Billiard   Parlor  ! rine]  i  Barber Shop  \\V have ;i full line of frt\s)i  k < >i>������ii. (. *���������>>. v   li^'tl ^, w3v>lL  [ )nnk\s ev ( andics  (liir   shop    is    ciiiHluctoil    on  si ricih saniljirvlinrs.  ii���������  i,-'��������� ���������������������, ur-  m. Cm. rrvEJM^n  . ~ii~-j^lum~*iai HiZHi- it.-:  444*wtJrmmmm^umm*mmmfi  m~~--m~-~m~~mm  m^mmkm^mim^s^^^^^SSS&^^B, -'T^m fff������?w ������������������",���������!*?',���������  ipl> ^���������j^piii<aM|^iiJWjBn������eg^JEjl^^  T7P7!      T?W V l i/iy       rrvE-^TONT      T>        (������  ��������� :*T,i  Hi  A  T.0V.       T/  rfV������1"fc������  Stagnant?   Have  xa.������w v v  Bowels  6fou Indigestion? [  When a Quarter Will Buy You a  Guaranteed  Remedy,  Why  Not Use it Today?  Many a person carries around in  their system a cesspool composed o������  half-digested, putrid, decaying food  that the overloaded stomach can't  get rid of because of constipation.  No wonder that anaemia, biood  rashes, headaches and rheumatism  arc so common. No better cure is  known than DR. HAMILTON'S  PILLS OF MANDRAKE AND  BUTTERNUT. Taken at night,  you're well next morning. They  flush out the systcm, sweeten and  tone the stomach, improve digestion,  filter and purify the blood, restore  lost complexion, .give vim, buoyancy  and robust good health to young and  old. To look, feel and always be at  your best, use DR. HAMILTON'S  PILLS regularly, 25c per box.  r  \  l?-S11'S-MefV  JL' JLJ.JMJ.IJS������  m   -1���������S  Jm.JB~B.~J  1  wn isnoes  mm x*  HENRY C. ROWLAND  Copyrighted. Printed by special  &?rangcment with  Thos. Allen,  jj; T" rvt-n-ntn  %���������     ���������-0  (Continued.)  Mindful of this, onc may better understand his position in regard to thc  four lovely girls who at this time inhabited his harcmlik and whom hc  had taken as his adopted daughters.  The kindly old Ottoman had chosen  them with care, and had destined  them for better things than the semi-  slavery of the orthodox Turkish woman. He had occupied himself with  their education, and denied them no-  tern Roumelia, who resembled onc of  tbc damask roses of which the culture is thc principal industry of this  region, and a dowmy-Iippcd damsel  from Crete, whose reigning passion  appeared to bc rahat lahkoum (fig  paste), usually to bc found somewhere about thc person of Hamid  Pasha when hc went in to play with  his pets.  Before the war hc had been wont  to spend an hour every evening in  the harcmlik, precisely as a man  might go to a theatre or'cafe chan-  tant, listening to thc girls' music,  watching their dances, often bestowing little presents. This was his  pleasure  and   repose.  Ruggles read on while Hamid  Pasha listened, his eyes resting on  the opposite European shore or-wandering wearily from one to the other  of the brilliant notes of the broad  panorama spread before him. Off  Galata and the mouth of the Golden  Horn was anchored a small fleet of  foreign men-of-war and thc mellow  sunlight flashed from their bright  work aud played crcamily on their  multi-colored ensigns. A stream of  traffic disturbed thc cobalt waters;  beyond the sun lay in yellow highlights and mauve shadows on thc  drab walls against the hill of pera,  while in the farther distance rose thc  ramparts of the great Yildiz Kiosk,  the home of Sultans; at this moment  occupied by perhaps the last Padisha  to defend ihe Faith of Islam on its  throne in the city of Constantinc.  The terrace on which the two men  sat was a charming retreat. Masses  of wistaria rioted over thc ancient  walls, and to the right onc glimpsed  through a vista in thc plane trees a  flower garden which Hamid Pasha  had surrendered to nature, an en-  croacher on his lordly domain for  whom hc had great tolerance. This  garden was his favorite retreat when  in neeel of an hour of contemplation,  and beyond keeping the path to the  central peristyle surrounding an ancient fountain clean and freshly sanded, his gardeners did nothing there.  With Cuticwa Talcum  Antiseptic, prophylactic, deodorizing, fragrant and refreshing, Cuticura Talcum is an x-~-\ face, skin,  baby and dusting powder. Convenient and economical, takes the place  of other perfumes for the person. A  few grains sufficient. One of the indispensable Cuticura Toilet Trio for  Itesaping the akin pure and sweet.  CaHsara Soap'25c. Ointment 25 enej E0c.p Talcum ������5c. plus Canadian duties. Sold everywhere.  For sample each f rae Address: " CnUonio, Sent.  14, Boiton, VJB. A."  hope of recovery.    When the Padisha  Abdul     Hamid   II.  came     upon, the  throne wc had lost Bosnia, Bulgaria,  and  Montenegro.       Scrvia    and Rumania were independent.    Russia had  regained  the  portion     of  Bessarabia  which she lost in 1856 and held ,m an  iron grip her Asiatic conquests, Kars,  Ardahan,  and  Batoum.       Wc  ceded  the Island of Cyprus to England and  Thcssaiy gave itself to Greece.    But  worst of all, wc havc been these later  years a housc divided against itself.  The  children     have  raised     profane  hands against  the  mother.    On  her  sick-bed thcy quarreled for the division of her jewels.    God, in his wisdom, has seen fit to chasten us, but  why continue to struggle at the cost  of such human suffering as we have  both   witnessed?     Many  of us   older  children    were    prepared to aid the  Padisha  with   out   fortunes  and   our  health, but it was not thc Padisha or  his empire that would havc benefited.  Kismet."  (To  Be Continued.)  sea  are the Finest  Matches in the World  If hey fire spedaHy etrersf-ed to  Tnake them eafe,~"Thcy won't  ignite unless they're ''������trucir������.  Whenthey'reblownout.thcy're  completely out���������insist on getting -Silent Fivst������",thej xnatcheo  with no after-glow���������no danger  ._ of fire. All Bddy's matches aro  nan-poisonous. . firiede ~ and  well made���������from the choicest  and beat seasoned pine blocks  ��������� Eddy's "Silent Fives" ���������������  C38    tbsolutely match perfection.  Aa- -1st for Eddy's Toilet Paptr  All the distance is white  With the soundless feet of the sun.  Night, with the woes that it wore,  Night is over and done,"  "Yes," said Hamid Pasha, '"night  is over and done.' Day is often night  ���������just   as   death   is   life."     He  f  his eyes to a great, billow}', cumulus  cloud which was drawing itself slowly across the face of the sun. "It is  going to be darker in a moment, and  then my nightingales ��������� will begin to  sing. Let us wait for them, my son."  Ruggles laid aside liis book. Hamid Pasha reached an emaciated hand  to the inlaid tabouret between-them  and touched a silver bell.    A servant,  Minard's   Liniment   Co.',   Limited.  Gentlemen,���������Last   winter   I   received   great     benefit   from     the  use   of  MINARD'S LINIMENT in a severe  attack of La Grippe, and I have frc-  .       , qucntly proved it to be very effective  raised jn   casCs   of   Inflamation.  Yours,  W. A. HUTCHINSON.  The season for lemons never' ends,  thing which it was good for them to  have.    Also,     he  had watched     and j Roses and jasmine, dwelling in sweet  guarded them with the care of a fond  accord, hid thc Parian marble of the  Complete in itself, Mother Graves'  Worm Exterminator docs not require  ,, ,     ��������� ,,   the assistance of any other medicine  awaiting the summons, appeared with,tQ makc it cffcctivc/ It doC3 not fail  Wonderful example  of ihe value of OXO,  Captain Sir J. ALCOCK wntest���������  "You will be interested to learn that j  '���������OXO was a fjreat help to us during our |  !"Trans-Atlantic Flight; it sustahietj asl  "wonderfully during our 16 hours &  ������:���������.���������~~. I  "We had found out^what a good thing 8  "it *^S *vhcT5  "Svin*2 tvv.  Vv-a-rig.fi;. snd  ������*>���������*!  "decided to carry^it with us on this  "occasion, and we can assure you that  "hot OXO is most acceptable undejr such  "cold and arduous conditions. OXO  "was the only article of its kind which  "wc carried." __  }. ALCOuKj Capus D.S.C  parent, and although they were free  to come and go, w������������ctncr on tne Uos-  phorus, in their lacquered caique or  Hamid Pasha's small steam-yacht,  driving in the landau behind thc high-  mettled horses which were a cross of  Arab and al'achian, shopping in Peru  at thc Bon Marche���������no matter where,  thcy   were  invariably  chaperoned   by-  columns  aud  gloried  in   their     wild  rf. 1.._  fragment of a loggia belonging to a  former palace which Hamid Pasha  had preserved because of thc Byzantine entablature through which the  little path led, and where onc might  part thc ivy and discover a beautiful  tracery of such mosaic work as may  and sacred Abu Eyub Khalid Ensari, at  Eyub Sultan, near the head of thc  Golden  Horn.  Hamid Pasha loved his wild, happy  governess   or   duenna.     They   repaid: he seen today in the celebrated mos-  him     in   affection     and  thc  pleasure j que erected over the body of the very  which   he   took  in   their  beauty  accomplishments.  Inconceivable as it may seem to the  Occidental mind, Hamid Pasha's attitude and relations toward these four  charming inmates of his haremlik had  never been oilier than that of a kindly .v.vl ind r.i sent parent. All were  musical, whether vocally or instru-  mon?.t'ly. All wore trained dancers,  anel  one, a   ruddy nymph   from  Tiflis  in   Traiis-C.'iUv.Vf-ria.   hael   been   trained  in   th;   \.irea^-hiii   ..���������. <.���������-, uire   dam:..-,   li.i-  rr.i.!  P.i-ili.". V.a<: seer.rcel her at a hiji.'h  pi'!.'e   from   a   Crhr.^an   merchant   of  6V.C"'..   v. ..;-.:���������:���������.,  '.:���������:   '?.   .ir.i'^iMOuil   with   tlie  a tray which held some tiny golden  cups, a spirit lamp, and coffee ground  to an impalpable flour. Silent as a  ghost, "he prepared the decoction,  served it, and withdrew.  They sipped their coffee without  speaking. Then Hamid Pasha, student, scholar, and colonel in the  Ottoman imperial army, and Ruggles,  late salesman in the Paris branch of  the Walkeasy Shoe Company of America, leaned back in their reclining  chairs and watehed thc vivid life of  the Bosphorus. Ruggles was thc first  to break the silence. Hc had sighted  a small power boat with a Red Cross'  flag at her bow, bobbing about in the  eddies  close  under  the   shore.  "Here    comes Dr. Pembroke, sir,"  said hc.  "Indeed?    Ah, yes, quite so.    I sec  the Red Cross."    Hc touched his bell.  "Lord   Pembroke   is  coming,"   said  hc in English, without looking to see  to do its work.  Some  men  just  without kicking.  can't   foot   a   bill  CUBES  KNOCKS OUT PAIN  THE FIRST ROUND  ConstotSsaag r& -  *a VAAC  f    fmi  a,      *������.'  makes Sloan's the  Wor! d9s 4Jmraon t.  nam  ^mw-txi.*-  Vitality of Snails  Snails have remarkable vitality. A  naturalist once revived some specimens after they had apparently been  dead for fifteen years, and one that  had been glued to a card in a museum  returned to life after being immersed  in warm water.  little garden.    He reserved it to him-   that   the   servant   was   at   his   elbow.  Miller's   Worm   Powders  not  only  m. .     - ,. ���������->    i ,..   .exterminate     intestinal     and      other  This famous  reliever of rheumatic i,������������������,.wc    w   t-h,.v   ar<.  a   remedv   for  aches,     soreness,     stiffness,     painful | ^ ' other    ailments    of  children.  sprains,   neuralgic   pains,  and      most  T1        strengthen  thc young  stomach  other external twinges that humanity  suffers from, enjoys its great sales  because it practically never fails to  bring speedy, comforting^ relief.  Always ready for use, it takes little  to penetrate without rubbing and produce results. Clean, refreshing. At  all drug stores. 35c, 70c, $1.40. Made  in Canada.  self, and the nightingales which sang  the night through from thc great  Polonia tree, now heavy with blossoms, which overspread the Persian  fountain.  Ruggles finished his reading of  "Super Flumina Babylonis," and then,  as Hamid Pasha made no sign, Tie  turned   to  "Yes, excellency," replied a hushed  voice. "Mustapha is waiting at thc  landing."  CHAPTER XII.  Pembroke did not leave thc palace  that night.  All  that    war.   mortal     of    Hamid  A   Watch  in   thc   Night," I Pasha left it at sunrise, when he re-  against biliousness and are lonical in  their effects where the child suffers  from loss of appetite. In feverish  conditions thcy will be found useful  and they will serve to allay pain and  griping in the stomach, trom which  children so often suffer.  Only a sober man  should  attempt  to walk a tight rope.  Minard's  Liniment  Cures  Garget  in  Cows.  It's easy to find fault where it Isn't.  >i. r.,,  IMv-jr  Men, like tools, arc useless,  lose  thcir temper.  when  u-  Cl'l  p-.r/.  !< ������������������ >t .-ri-4 a  :y, and niis-  ,"1   nviui   r.n<-  tiie   preceding   poem   in   the   edition.  ] At  the last vcr.se Hamid Pasha stirred  amongst  his  cushions.  "l.ihe'-rly,   what   of   thc   uight?���������  T   ff<.l   not  the  reel  rains  fall,  Hear not   the  tempest at all,  Nor lb under in heaven any more.  ONLY TABLETS MARKED  ttr\ ������\/mi������  DfULft  nVmt  jtoniniM  N'������f    A.\|n)'i.l  11.  ' * 1  All  !,viih������ ini: iikt ''B:iyi~4'j* Cross  is*  /  \  \.  ������������������-.. j0tT       dtmSr*  i\Aff  7.  ^ftga-w1  j/ m  ^  J7  #���������*  X..  m  quested to bc carried to a balcony,  and there, after having quietly enjoyed thc colors and odors of thc dawn  aud listened to thc song of the nightingale, that was busily encouraging  its mate in thc ivy, from the heights  of the Polonia tree, Hamid Pasha  remarked for the benefit of his soul,  ���������and that of others -who might cure  to listen���������that there was uo Goel but  God; then went lo meet this Deity,  or  onc of his  representatives,  Rugglcs  mourned sincerely for his  kindly     patron,  all hough     Pembroke  had prepared him for thc event.    Hamid Pasha hael received a penetrating  gunshot   wound   of   thc   liver.       The  ball  had     been     extracted and     the  wound skillfully treated.    In a younger  man   recovery   wouhl  havc   been  undoubtedly     complete,     but  Hamid  Pasha    hael    passed    his    sevt-nticlh  year,  and  despite;  a  rugged  conslitu-  | thni ilio wound  refused  to heal, elaily  sapping  his  strength  until  thc worn-  out physical    machinery lacked    thc  Unce-   io  continue   its   revolutions.  "The*   Ottoman   Kmpire   ami   1   arc  in  a  similar state," lhc olel man had]  '.aid   In   RiM'i-le*-.  ";mel   I   :uil   idael   lii.ill  IC  eeping* Fit  BY DR. SAMUEL HAMILTON.  It is because of tho wav that  thc perfect physical man has all  at once become the idol of the  world. You can make of yourself, ��������������� -n  rather late in life, air oat anything you  like. You aro not going to get fit in ono  clay, one month, or, perhaps, a year,  unless you take enough outdoor exercise  to keep the circulation going and practise  the athlete's first principle���������to keep the  system clean. He does not give his body  a chance to absorb poisons. He not  only takes his cold shower, after rvjrercteo,  but he knows a cleansing of the intestine.-;  ia important, and uu i.uivC.5 ocean;.'j;i:;*. y a  good regulator and liver cleanser, such  as a dose of castor oil, or, what is much  better, a tiny pill made up of May-apple,  uloin und jalap, turn cold oy iduiu^t ;*U  druggists in tho land as Dr. Pictcc'M  Pleasant Pellets.  Ki*e-p the kidneys in good order also.  Avoid too much meat, alcohol or tea. Drink plenty of pure water,  preferably hot water, before meals, and drive the urio acid out of the  oyritem by taking "Anuric" (unti-mic acid).    This can bc obi:\h!������'!  iiiiir  J l. ���������'      ..; i 11. i'  ���������llll'/ r'r,.|!lj|,,  IM I'll'   I  |)r.   ��������� I   I . /  IM-cji    */���������''���������!'���������    ���������'  ai.;,,.,. ...  'I.l������.  *if .,   1 ;  A1". ji! c iii  . ���������'." .'.ir'.'���������  f:.j!���������..'i;j  '���������!.������/ iii^n  >- I...I  fh-i-rts   in r>iil|- ������>i������������  A*i>lrl������������������  . 'iti'.i'r.)'j. prc-i-'r elife-i * i<mn fur fVihlr'<,  H'-.nd.wli'-, Toot his- li'., lu.r.ee'lie>, N<!U"  rit'M', I .limine "ii Pii'-iiiiuil thin, Nriirl-  l.i'i, 1(').'. I'l-ltri, nil'] I'iiIm ������������������e-riiT'illv.  'i'i,,    '���������..-.i       nt    VJ.   ���������-'. Vf' * i    '������������������'���������'���������    >"il.  ���������    *-...,���������       r"|*'| I   il-ri'l-t ���������'llll y������'r"   tlUI'illl'rVo,  'IIftvnr"-You uiuit ������������y "Duty--.-'-"  .      ��������� 14      ..,*���������������������������<   i,1   :      4.1        l-.-lllli.  ,t    H:  : v 11 ��������� Ci 'I'l  I!.,-.   |. .1.;  Wlilt*    11     I������  ..l-.ll"'"   -ll  il.ai   Airi>l������lu   iiiiu.ui;   Hi������y>"-  'llil.lrMM   ril'     il. rl-r'    I.' ; ... lJI.1 V.  1  .-'li;  11 hc  spared  the  -. pain ol wit  HCiiS- 1  hi;;.   ������.  hc   '1  uh   .-.-;  ml  ::,   '  A.   my   li.'  i-.ve-d  country.  It is: G  od'  S   V  ill,    It i  l:is-  met  Tm  key     h  an  for  many     ye-ara  bre-n  tin-  Si etc   M  an  eii  h.urope-.  Aiu-  <   r. * - *  1   :'.: i  ' f'.   "    ���������"' ���������  .,,.  ������ ... *  .?n  !::-.:;  hfe-n  .    ... 1  *'- ��������� ��������� ���������  ,: : 11  I    I..I.  1,        Wi'l  .he.  \ *���������*,-  i :-r,   uir  i'."1  irn-TK  ',    V.-.I  .   too   tl  e-e'P  ly  ���������:c;itcel foi  ��������� any  lu���������   P:o.rco\i Inv-diels'  Wk  I  at almost utiy urug utui n.  Send a bottle of water to tho che-niist nl. Dr.  Hotel, Buffalo, N. Y., und you will receive free medical advice as to  whother tho kidneys are affected. When your kidneys get sluggish  And clog, you suffer from backache, uk-lc-hcadachcs, dizzy i'.pel!:J, or  twiii^-uii iUid pains of lumbago, rheumi'tii'm or gout; or Hle<>p i'i din-  i,uibud two or Lhi'cc time;, u i/ight. Ta':^ h:-."!, b������fore t/������o l"1'd (*ot.  Anuric (nnti-uric-acid), for it will put new life into your kidneys and  your entire nystem. Anic your nwncni. tim*,fj,  iZZl'c: X'Aii ct-r-.l" for *vi-it pm-kui.������,o of "Anul'ie"  IUI      IU    HI  lltt^^llit������HIIIIMIItt^  ssniSwiiN^  miittmMtmm-mmmu  'S^^SSWOSSSX^SSSSSm r. tr*  Li-iA  -r ^ -. 7.-c-r  L-r u-'l.j���������.  >���������; J. w ~v ,  smmt  BETTER HORSES IF THEY HAVE  SPOHN'S  DISTEMPER  COMPOUND  When your horse* are subjected to changing we������thei condition*  ������f winter and soring, their ��������� systems become run down, with the  result that they* are very susceptible to DISTEMPER, INFLUENZA, PINK RYE, COUGHS and COLDS. SPOHN'S verill  keep your horse in good condition, to his system cwa ward cfi  disease.  Buy of your druggist.  SPQHN MEDICAL COMPANY, SSFRS., Goshen. Indians. U.S.A.   ������������������   i ii' ������������������      "'    ' '  ' '       '        ���������   '   .Simmm  Manitoba Fruit  ������r   ^-d4mxa 0m    -v wa.        0mmr rr.   mmm-^M^mmm���������.  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She  gave  us   that  plu;  chair in  the attic, you  know."  "I don't think we'd better send her  anything, dear, why not let bygones  be bygones."  ���������K1r,..~~}0rl~  XV V~lll Cblg.W,  -th-.-        ���������~,A        -.  L.LLL.IV       Cltll*       XX  1 AtMrrMIC  . ���������.   . Xr xxxr  A  ot more severe  nervous troubles are properly treated  by building up the blood with Dr.  Wiliiams' Pink Pills and are often entirely cured in this way. If you are  nervous you can help yourself by re-  to   worry,     by   taking  proper  Sir Rosslyn Wemyss Honored  A Barony of the United  Kingdom  has been conferred upon Admiral Sir  Rosslyn  Wemyss, G.C.B.,  who     has  relinquished     the  post  o  Lord to Earl Beatty.  Th~ Great EtsglUh Remedy.  Tones and invigorates the trhout.  nerroun system, makes new Blood  in  old  Veins,   Cure*  Kervous  Upholstered i -part  f \\/a    a    Tirlsi!    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Miss Annie L-^  Johnston, R.R. No. 1, Listowel, Ont.,  is onc of the numerous sufferers from  nervous troubles who has found a  cure through Dr. Williams' Pink Pills.  Miss Johnston says: "For a long time  3 was a severe sufferer from nervous  troubles, with the result that I grew  very pale and weak. Medical treatment did not help me, and various  medicines had no beneficial effect, until finally a friend advised me to try  Dr. Williams' Pink Pills. I began  their use and took the pills regularly for several months, with the result that I not only gained weight,  but have recovered my full health and  strength. I cannot praise Dr. Williams' Pink Pills too highly for what  they havc done for me."  To build up the blood there is one  remedy   that   lias   been   a   household  d.Liuu,   ljl.    vviuiaiua  iiiey  tone Up the entire system, make the  blood rich and red, strengthen the  nerves, increase the appetite, put col-  Povcrtv is the mother of man}' efforts.  A man may not be a coward because he is afraid of a woman.  word  r ��������� -.  1U1  a  generation.  T-L-.  L-JL.  r>:���������i,^T>:n  ^  trx~  D-1-.  T>   *_  X   IL1.1V  x ilia  X\J.  X   CXLtZ  X  I.UJJIC  the care and worry. tu������ ansiCuj ������*,**������������  activity of business life, constitute a  serious drain on the nervous system.  The business of this work-a-day  world goes with such a rush that the  stoutest hearts and strongest nerves  Kr������oir ^owti under the strain*  On the first approach of any breakdown of the system, Milburn s Heart  and Nerve Pills should be taken. The  reconstructive power of these pills on  the heart and nerve system Is simply  marvellous.  Mr. W��������� A, Wright. Hopewell Ave.,  Ottawa, Ont., writes: "After suffering for some time with my heart, I  consulted a number of doctors, but  got no relief. However, I read what  Miiburn's Heart and Nerve Pills had  done for others, who had the same  symptoms and thought I would give  them a trial.  curea   nie- uoinulctcly  Believe me, six boxes  I   am feeling  fine now  and can attend to my work  every   day.     I   can   recommend # your  pills to anyone suffering as I did."  xa-xtt.*, xxxxrx^x. xxxv, .^Miv, V*A. w..-,    ^cc 50c a box at^ll dealers    or  or in   the  cheeks and lips and drive 12?aiIe������ ^9} on 5",eceipt- ?f -PrI-ce-rb*'  away   that     unnatural,  tired   feeling.   lhc   x.   xvuiDurn  \~o.,     i^imitea,   J.O-  Plenty of sunlight,   good   wholesome  ronto* Ont.  ���������ui  food and fresh air will do the rest.  You can get Dr. Williams* Pink Pills  through any dealer in medicine, or  by mail at SO cents a box or six boxes  for $2.50 from The Dr. Williams'  Medicine  Co., Brockville, Ont.  A young widow hasn't much use  for a man who attempts to kiss her  and fails.  |i tt     A  Bt      BB     Jtftt  MM Rf   * W  t ^BBW    vmsi tm      mW d IK)    Baj  Tm ^5^3^  tft m\ AM A WB A m\~\  Oh, girls, such an abundance of  thick, heavy, invigorated hair; a perfect mass of wavy, silky hair, gloriously fluffy, bright and so easy to  manage.  Just moisten a cloth with a little  "Danderine" and carefully draw it  through your hair, taking one small  strand at a time; this, magically removes all dirt, excess oil and grease,  but your hair is not left brittle, dry,  stringy or faded, but charmingly  soft, with glossy, golden gleams aud  tender lights. Thc youthful glints,  tints and color arc again in your  hair.  "Danderine" is a tonic-beautificr.  Besides doubling the beauty of the  hair at once, it checks dandruff and  stops falling hair. Get delightful  Danderine for a few cents at any drug  or toilet counter and use it as a dressing and invigorator as (old on bottle.  The political party worker is the������  onc who is lhe most successful in  working the parly.  Minard's Liniment Cures Diphtheria.  It Bids Pain Begone.���������When neuralgia racks thc nerves or lumbago  cripples the back is the time to test  the virtues of Dr. Thomas' Eclectric  Oil. Well rubbed in, it will still the  pain and produce a sensation of ease  and rest. There is nothing like it as  a liniment, for its curative properties  are great. A trial of it will establish  faith in it.  Deaf people should enjoy better  health than others, as they do not  catch everything going.  ������flai������1e#J3-������Bf���������  the most fameV  trfttohaf tha Ia������  B������r������o11  litis, i  Um loWMt Bt  Remember girls, that it is easier to  elope than it is to get back home  again.  Hqw's This?  We offer $10i).fc) Ior any case of catarrh  that cannot be cured by HALL'S  CATARRH   MEDICINE.  HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE is talc-  en internally and acts through the Blood on  the  Mucous Surtaces of the System.  Sold by Druccists for over forty yeari.  Price   7Sc.     Testimonials   free.  P. J.  Cheney  & Co.,  Toledo, Ohio.  Thc mosquito isn't a prohibitionist,  yet he wants the bars removed.  Minard's Liniment Cures Distemper.  Thc Bank of England has the right  lo sell beer without a license. This  privilege was granted to the bank  in ils charter of incorporation under  date of July 27, 109-1. And so lhc  haul;, if it liked, could open a bar  on Thrcadnccdlc sln-ci, or could scud  wagons round nnd deliver beer from  door lo door. Needless to say, however,   it   has   never   attempted  to  ex-  Wf^^   lm~^% WI  |W       Wt^ WvfmWM  is^iii?  7?r7oty  *f ������������������������������ ���������  w.clauk-  l'W'l������������  md.,.,*.,  *mmm  Telegraph Service Resumed  Thc general telegraphic intercourse  hr-twe-rn Gcrm:iny and France, inclusive of Algeria and Tunis, has been  reopened. Provisionally, only commercial wires in intelligible German,  .English, French, Italian and Japanese  arc iiasscd.  The censorship on telegrams iu  Germany has been raised. Press telegrams   between   Germany  and   Great  |?**ie*iin      n ~m     "irv'������!n     *i 11 (>..*������.r1       -t .* i\     r.i7t4m\  telegrams from Germany to Holland  ������ii c p.i_,'i'"*ittcd if reliable information  on  thcir content!; h; given If desired.  -mei'mmZitim^m~r~-v~~-iix^*Xm  ~-f^SMm~\,~mw-m-.Hm  /iWmWMiA M'mimmmWff}  m  Awful Asthma Attacks.���������Is there a  member of your family who is in the  power of this distressing trouble? No  service you can render him will equal  the bringing to his attention of Dr.  J. D. Kcllogg's Asthma Remedy. This  remarkable remedy rests its reputation upon what it has done for others. It has a truly wonderful record,  covering years and years of success  in almost every part of this continent, and even beyond thc seas.  A long yarn is sometimes produced  from  the threads of conversation.  CORNS ARE LIKE KNOTS  Year by year they grow harder,  and incidentally more painful. Why  suffer when you can bc cured for 25c  spent on Putnam's Corn Extractor?  Fifty years in use and guaranteed to  cine. Ube PuLiiaiu"-3 Exiiaciui, 2jc ui  all dealers.  "Now remember, I'm sending you  out to ������ell a portable garage."  "That's   what."  "And in talking this portable garage"   "Yes?"  "Always pronounce garage the way  the prospective customer pronounces  it."   Kansas City Journal'.  ~4  Radioiite������-������  tells timet la the*  dirk. Tha h������od8  And nomerala *i������  coo ted with a ���������(]!>���������  ������t������nc(j eontalal&S  I'eirtfyi.gttrewsw  Noltanccft-tMa*  brldua aodaL  ca!d flH������d *i*t -T.  jWtUwl       " ���������"  ES     B^w. rmt\ itim ������������������ m.        -jm. -mm0tt~.  only 3 ob  the 15  differed  i^^jfj-  A scientist ~~.y~ ihut cholera germs  !'-o<:  like   ������   comma.     rc..".::lh!y,     but  ...I,   ... .1.   m       . r     x I " ���������  ,4 ,,* .     ���������   .  .  . ��������� .i .. . .      ... - ���������       t.'- *     .���������.t.xJ     .-     -I... .1 .������     xij-,L'~.ll  lliey arc  apt  to put  the final period  rilll'liMMl'-riaMBtm-M������gJW!BB;  a  000  A Scottish minister had heen avvayi  nn :.'. varitior:, rinei on hi-; rir-.f.-.r:-. a?;!:ed '  the  sexton  how all  had  gone  in  his  absence.    "Very  well,  .indecdl"  was  the cheering response.    "Thcy do say  that  m:i5-)t  i>ierni-ite*r������  1**:u'e  Kom  vx-rtrrj.   ������1iin   I tr^n^venU'r-'  frt   ft 11   tV������������  fnil-  pit when they go away, hut you never  |  41V'       t r r .. i ,      ..ill  mlxtSd rnm^S-.' *Zm-,X-- em-XT  *S*JrtS.D'  rTO  *mr  -j~ol~ fear the store with tho IngeraoU  DUpltty  KOUT. xL WtA-xHSOl.-,  MM iiUary !lu������������i Haonu*������.H;*.i������*vtt������  nmi������iiii<iiiiiiiTBi������iiim ,  I^UlMti(.i^KWr������ Irrra'lwMwirri  MMfimMiitttm  PI|������JlttiUa������^lll������liUl^ll4bl^irit^ ItiiiA^jllliMiMtildJatdtaiHm^  Htldi*i0i0  gea?^s^'iia:iv-a,iA^t^,i������.i..l.&B.i������a^i-.jj������j ������^.a. x  **$!?-?.?&���������<* ^^tHi*" "Bt<a *^w  ���������emk^~immmah~i~tmm~m  -mm~-m-Wii������mmtmmM  mrmwmm>mmm4iriw\mr-*#wtmmm������mH^  Mtot-mmmili'mMWW-ftxfi-WA -*HmVi4mMi4i^,tiidk*#$0^^  ^^^^^^ XHE  CSSSTON  REVIEW  Issued every Friday ab Creston. B.C-  Subscription : $2 a veai- in advance;  S2-50 to U.S. points. *  C F. Hayes, Editor and Owner'  OHESTDN, B.C., FRIDAY, NOV. 28  QB*9������s.     VHf������l  "***&  Cooler     weather    demands    the  lighting of   heaters and    furnaces.  Before this is done, however, chimneys, flues   and stove-pipes  should j hand of war is being laid upon the  he   thoroughly    cleaned   out   and j British   people.    War  taxation   in  veritable land of plenty in comparison. An ounce o? butter per week,  and difficult to obtain even in such  meagre 'quantities; miik on short  rations to all childjg/en and invalids,  and coal selling by the pound with  the quantity limited to but a fraction of what oiip wonld burn iu  this country even in the mildest  autumn weather, are among the  numerous items which restrict one's  diet and lends to one's discomforts.  Take the matter of taxation as  another instance of how heavily the  xn  made safe. This is not a difficult  matter, and is ffiruch preferable to  being turned out of the house on a  cole} night by a fire caused by dirty  pipes or chimneys.  Some surprise might be caused  to the owner of a building damaged  by fire from such a cause if the insurance company fleelined to pay  the loss. This the company has a  perfect ngut to do, as it is distinctly stated-on all fire insurance po  licies that the company is not  responsible for fires caused bj' negligence  on the part, of the assured.  The "Act to Amend the Grimnal  Code Respecting Prevention of  Fire" passed at the last session of  Ha.rllament.   dist,-mr>1-.lxT stoioc!'  ���������     X.- ���������   ��������� - ������-������ ���������������������������-.���������.   w,        ^. ���������X-  J��������� ���������, xJ X .   \ ������3 vi. m X..J .  "Every one is guilty of an indictable offence and liable to two years'  imprisonment who by neglignec ���������  causes any fire which occasions loss  of life or loss of property."  With the possible loss of insurance and two years imprisonment  as a penalty, it is not wise for the  householder to neglect his stovepipes and chimneys.  Britain has hit tens of thousands  of retired, pensiored, and independent people, who prior to 1914 considered themselves financially well  off for life. Take the case of a  business man who retired at 60  years of age on an annual income  of $500, or nearly $2,500. Before  the war that income would be subject to an income tax of le. 2d.,  about 28 cents in the pound, which  would leave him ������470 to live upon  very comfortably when the sovereign was worth 20s. What is that  man's position to-day? The tax  upon that ������500 is termed unearned  income, would reduce it to about  ������350, which would have a spending  trustworthy Dry Goods the trouble these days is not the selling of the goods, but  the getting of the goods to sell. In the lines listed below we have been more than fortunate in securing stocks that we have no hesitation in recommending as to quality, and when  yon see the o-oorls. we believe vou will a,2.ree with us that Drices are risht.  FLANNELETTE -*- 35 In. wide, white, grey and striped, at  35c. and 45c. yard.  ELANNEL���������Fine cream color, and grey, at $1 yard.  NAVY BLUE SERGE - 36-inch at $2,25;  54-inch at $3.25.  DRESS GOODS ���������A new stock, well assorted as to shades,  36-inch width. $2.25 per yard.  KIMONA CLOTH ��������� Heavy, at 65c. yard.  With prices continually on the rise it will be real economy to anticipate even future  needs and buy while the goods are available at these prices.  .   v  \v*X I ������-* O  ������175.  ^���������v-P   -r-.*"-* - *���������������  I *���������.   ������-fc   I "*- -frl-i-*!*-*! tX   XTT% <-������ *���������������������������������*   *���������- S\X>  JjkKAl   I I'llll fd- M.S. m\JKA ml    ~tm        Ui  GRESTO-M, Bi  ~fH -  opened with the Farmers' Associations.    Rumor has already selected  ���������    . 3���������,  cu    icauei  for the jiiovement in the  Canadians who contemplate  going to England, with the possible  intention or visiting friends, had  better reconsider their decision. The  British   Ministry   of   Food   has re-  a   . tif-j-17     loonud     o i-������     axA-trxi-     f/������   *l-n-������   r.������Pt.r0 +  \J ������   ������    ������.   ������ J MXJX.0% \~T~tt t4lll -vUlWV *~\~r UllV       \~   X-X "-. 4-d V  that no household in the United  Kingdom shall entertain a guest  for a period of over four weeks, this  being made necessary owing to the  fund shortage. The order is. as n.  matter of fact, a polite invitation  For visitors from other lands to stay  out e>f the.- British Isles, until, at  li-ust, such time as there is sufficient  F< iod.  The privatieijis which the people  of Britain are .still suffering on ac-  i-iiunt >'f tin- wm- are littler: appre-  ��������� ���������iate-ii    in   this   dnint rv   which  i.s  :i  B������*Gb P&tsfi&s  Theoverthrow of the Hearst Government in Ontario and the success  of tlie United Farmers' and Labor  candidates in the recent general  elections have given impetus to a  movement toward a third party in  British Columbia. What was  merely tentative for months is fast  reaching definite shape. The plan  is to include the war veterans, organized   labor, farmers   and   inde-  nn-. ;-������������������.���������*��������������� yl ~t.t ������ f- c*       '������4-        oil       /i/jfij-iViinfi/Miift       ��������� ��������������� n/| /iir*  f^GllVATTI UO      WI        All      l-HTOVJl. IJJU1UIIO      UIIU������:i  one   banner and to go after every  public    office    in    sight,   inducing  niim l *r*i run I tM������r������tn *r> r*i ol        on������ -i-.o-rl oi'rt I  iii-.iui-.4i xj%.~ x-      ������J x \.t x m 4 iy->x-4~i.       XX, x ��������� v* x v-i>������-^i ������*r*  seats.*  The    movement   was   first  started in Vancouver When representatives   of several small organizations got together and launched  t.lm United Public Service Council.  Then   overtures   were made to organized labor and to the war veterans with some success, but as stated  there was not a great deal of enthusiasm  until Ontario showed the  possibility for a great independent  movement.      Branches    are    being  formed  all over the coast province  ami fj-iendly pout-parlors have been  person of Lieut. Colonel J. "W. Mc-  r....    ~U        Ti,T TV        I.,.  X> TJ        T"-...     SX..T..  xuuuaii,     itjL.a-'.,    J.U..JL .jl .       S-rl.    J."i^i;:-  tosh was elected as a Liberal at the  last generat elections, but since his  return from the front he has been  a very luck warm  party man.    In  fact during  the last session he was  leader of what practically amounted  to  a   soldiers' party   of  five.    The  present adminstration is not popular  with  the war veterans and the  Conservatives are only now pulling  themselves together after the disastrous   defeat of 1916, so that the  prospect of a third party succrss at  the next general elections does not  look at aii remote.    It aii depends  on   how   far   the   soldiers,   farmers  and labor can coalesce their yiewp.  The   Farmers   alone   cannot  do   a  great deal because there are not enough of them in British Columbia.  At the outside there are not over  ten    agricultural    ridings.    Labor  might   be counted  on  for three or  four  more   seats.    It  is   the forty  thousand war  veterans in the province who will be the decisive factor  when   Primer   Oliver   goes   to   the  people.���������'Toronto Saturday Night.  TODAY'S PRICES  Robin Hood Flour     ���������    ���������  Five Roses Flour     ���������    ���������  Oats      ���������   ���������   ���������   ���������  Oats,   Crushed���������   ���������   -  Bran   ���������   ~   ���������    ���������   ���������  AAA  AAyJ  -     $5.  -    ���������    5.40  $2.90  3.00  2.25  Shorts   ���������   ���������    ���������   ���������   ��������� 2.55  stonfrui  JfiTQ-  iilJi %s9  BBnmn  *-#lii������-fae  LIMITED  ���������at FOREMAN'S  AITKRNOON TEA 25c.  -served Ms you like it.  Hot  brinks of al! kinds and Lunches served  at all hours.  *."���������'.       '     ���������.'..-     :���������!���������������������������:���������:���������!    '-'        AT,,, i,..  <'01.t'.\IH I,\ <'(.' \ I'ON'ol.AS in I'unie-el oak, wnlnnl anil  in i hi '���������.'in-.;.' line-h. ll vim \*. ;i ti I ;i tn.n-lii m- llliil. will |ilay "HIV  ii j.\- ii-   ; ������������������ i hn ;i rl i   I   ml i-i i'l I'd  it  xwmiI'I  lie* pi.-i ve-.el   I my a  (,'i ilu in hill.  If you are,needing  \I.i ! 11   pl.ie-.-   Vi iiii   hi-.i'li|il.i I I .-I-'  \\ ������������������ ���������.-.'ill  in i k'' Vi 'ii t ��������� - * -1 ;il   heiMii*.  wln-ii ini iiwti.  ���������������������   max.  t&tavt JilXx M   m  Rest with Msatssre  The ���������-closer you follow the rules of  nature the more yon will accomplish,  and the longer ynu will live. Even  nature takes a rest during the winter  months. Why not you? Spend this  winter em the Pacific e-e>ast, where you  can enjoy suniniei- pastimes; ride mo  tor, golf, in the big outdoors. The  Canadian Pacific Railway operates  throe through trains daily te> Vancouver, including the fast all-sleeping-car  train, Trans-Canada Limited. Sec the  magnificent mountains in their winter  garb, the eipen seas and green Ueldw���������  all this and more await you af the  Pacific e-oiiNl.. (lull or write- for full  partie-iilnrH to any CP.H. agent.  Mr. TnnbiTelge', the Pcntict'on goat,  l-ane-lie-r, has le-i-i-nlly shipped a hilly  anil a l'e-w nannies lo the Yukon  country, where tlic.y will l-,(- iitili/.v-d tf.  light the whilet plague- prevali>nl among  the- noil limn Indians. Not so long  agei he alsei shipped n fe-u- head to n  Neiva Scotia buyer.  now is the time to buy  We have just   unloaded  a  of these at Creston  car  anpn  LIMITED  &  TRAVELLERS'  1  Jtmtfflti-m-m  BtL-m* U   Mm     -Sf  te.. -tm tet- -  mr^nmmt^r     wTwwpwn  -*��������� x\A  Tr"  ^~tw������  Whvoi?,.   %-  \.m..A.yZ\u?Z:-.i.  ���������-MXZ  CHEQUE-:  i >  ^88w     mMiti i\T\ IB* Sm\ t-f^ fS  -^mw.mm^ ^^        m^     ^3T    F*l    ���������m.   JA^x^mrx   t*0-   ..^mi   t^x ���������.,......  mhqMl Iw. ���������t^00T       ir���������     'mm  l-d        *-.     *��������������������������� m. ���������'   *    ... ������������������ im.-)  >t$WmmV~K  W-Wi  III    \   1  rx^j.^^00r  in   Li \ i,i;\  A*. ������W* ~\ fir,*- fir*% &  ...,   ���������^ ,. r, x,     -..'.-.,        I     .. .uv4 ..,.../  10*00-^. .-t '70    ,.������( -0    ~0 f~t  far  ������   m    m ^%*������-������; SS        v~  TUviBblH SALt X I9t������:>  Sciile'el   ti'iiiliis  will   lie'   re ive-el  hy  On' On.irirl I'liii'sler, ('i aiiln neik. not  lilii lliaii ii<><iii un ilu- till elay of  I )i ri'iiiln���������]-. I'.llll, I'm' Hi-* pnrcliase- nl  l.ii'.'iii' \|MK-> |,, ,',,| *>|ri(M������0 I'l'i-I eil'  I'ii. 'I ���������! nun -;ii* \'i'ileiw I'ine- anil Ce-elar,  ���������mil :HMi'i 'I'i. .un iiii jiii'h aeijniiiitig  ->'I   I.   ''Oiiil.   ii   ir < i i-i mi.   Kiinli'iui v  l\   ' < ).\ ,\ I1,'   I 11 )\  i /1  . i i i������  '\\\ i ������  i>   i . * ��������� ��������� ���������  I' in I hi'  l'"..|-.-   L-l  I''..I '-.'i-i  'l y im i -. will In* ,i Id iwi'd  ��������� I     On  p.i i l I' ill.11 ���������.    i  \ i't<ii in    It.e'.  <   I   ihliuil.lv.   It. *  III  I'm   lln-  ���������    ������   0 n I  Dislliel.  II  Cotiveriienee, seeuniy and economy are  secured by the use of Travellers' Cheques  issued ' y this Bank. Thcy enable thc bearer to klrntify 1 * i ni:-.->������.r 1 i aud vu'c rcae.uly  convened vito tJie ciiiTeiit com oi any  foreign cuuuuy,  H'.*!*.  91  THE CANADIAN BANK  r,v r,r^i������4/i'jv/ipi>'mr  \~r 1      \~4Xx^-i tis.LT M.kL-dX T.'-y~.iL-i  ~r~ ���������* ~~~m    V  >I>    r^  H   *>������*W- A n  *     *T  HI ���������-*������"���������* <S m X >J    !.#     M,   X.   ~    *M  RESERVF. FUND  cui-::vro:-j huancii,  *~in (\ius(\ius  Jir/,6o6i66i)  G. 1'ciiMctt, M;ui;ii,'e.T.  ii  titiMertwwr^.'.^v.Uttvr-^'fc.MM.--^  un ittsuAtlm, t. uivmttvm ii*wiif*l'i(1Miit**J������-H^W������WI������i-*W*"W  l^l'I'WWS^fllllCWllBIIWPfV^^  rmmwmmm-p^p-p?  ,' ;.,.-'iM-,'Viia^4r^^aac-uj  ^^Witt.WilJieWIVU'iWAilWMfttiW.'ti' '^  ��������� J&  -i!  -IE  ~M  <r9  iiL-ipaat,p>iitii,ipiitx  iwoiSiiiimmitasiS0Mm rsit&m  THE  CKESTON  REVIEW  ���������ir-  Penticton wants an evaporating  plant. It is estimated that there is a  yearly waste of 1000 tons of soft fruit  that could reauiiy be evaporated or  made into cider were a plant available.  S������������  PianoTuRing & Repairing  J. A. P. CROMPTON  Qualified Piano Tuner  = ^-f-,--y Ve=li'S   ~r-JL;".'l"ilx^V.      iiigiii^SCr   \'i-S  erences.      Single tuning. $4.'       Two  tunings a year, $7.  BLgS'SGSS9  TIMBER SALE X1950  Sealed tenders wiii be received by  the Minister of L-inds not later than j  noon on the. 9th day of December.1919. j  foi- the purchase of License* X1950, to  cut 1,192,000 feet of Yellow Pine, Tarn-  arac, White Pine, Fir and Cedar, on  an area situated near Kitchener, Kootenay District.  Two (2) years will be allowed for removal of timber.  "ui-tiier particulars of the Chief Forrester. Victoria, B.C., or- District Forester, Cranbrook, B.C.  ji .  is mere any  Meat in  the  House?  This is the first question that presents itself  to the housewife if an  unexpected visitor drops  in for a meal. But why  worry .?  Shamrock Brand  Hams and Bacon  Finest   Quality  Cooked Hani  Lunch Meat  Bologna. &c.  are always to be had  here. Tn meats nothing  quite equals 'Shamrock'  products.  r.  & CO., Ltd.  Saturday  night,  Nov. 28nd, a concert and dance was  helel  to celebrate  the completion of the school building  at the Settlement���������one of the first notable strides forward   that   has   been  made in keeping Lister up to date. . A  | yery large crowd filled the building to  overflowing,   friends    from   Creston,  I Canyon City, Huscroft's and Porthiil  J coining to je>in  in   the rejoicing "of a  j new  neighbor long  before J. McGee,  the chairman of the school board, opened proceedings.    His remarks, which  were  closely followed, dealt with the  remarkable progress  made  since the  inception   of  the Settlement in   this  area  to  the present date.    Col. Fred  Lister,   the   popular   superintendent,  gave a short address, emphasizing the  splendid way ull  had  co-operated  to  make the  Settlement second  to none  in the Dominion,, and he felt that the  same excellent spirit would continue.  Miss Nellie Chalmers opened the concert with a  recitation, displaying considerable elocutionary ability.     Mrs.  Fred   Lister   delighted   with a  violin  solo, and was obliged to respond with  an encore.      Mrs.   Stones'  recitation  was given in good style and received  with  prolonged  applause which  confirmed   until   another   enimllv-nnnnlar  number- was given.    The piece de  resistance���������if a choice is permissible out  of sucjh an  excellent psogramme��������� was  the    pianoforte   solo   by   Mrs.   Cran  da!i,   her .sympathetic touch  holding  the audience spellbound, and she had  to favor with  a well-merited  encore.  Mr.   Simonson,   Mr.   Charleson,   Mr.  Soane and   Prof. Harry Brown shared  with the ladies the  honors of a splendid  entertainment.     Mr, McGee,   the  chairman,   was   in great hiurior, delighting the audience with his running  commentary em the capabilities of the  yarious   performers.    Mrs.   Bagshaw,  wife of Trustee Bagshaw, was  super-  superintendent  of  refreshments,   and  to her hard work  is  largely due the  success of this feature of the evening.  A word of praise is due the ladies who  under   rather   trying     circumstances  catered so  satisfactorily to  the wants  of the- inner man.    After supper dancing was indulged in to music furnished  by Creston   orchestra, which kept excellent time, and   added  much  to the  pleasure  of all.     Dancing continued  well into the wee sma' 'oors.  In anticipation of an early exodus  to their own homes some of the men  haye been busy digging wells. These  are under excavation on the lots of  Messrs. Fox, Butler, Filmer, McLeod,  Stevens, Stones and Mitchell.    .  Buijding has been going ahead at a  great rate, with work  started on new  Efficient iW-Wtr  that rloe������ nob lay up waiting for parts.  As modern as any car.  olartiitg, Lighting and  ln^..���������. ~~������ st...-1, i    t%*  'root-nil   fllltn   0    Oii-n-nlii  iuuiuii Hutu m, oiijjgjgy  R. S. BEVAN, Manager  houses for Messrs. Yerbury, Joe Bell,  Stevens and Alf. Buffell, while the  village of temporary houses has been  growing, three new buildings having  sprung up in rapid succession.  The residence of Frank Bice, resident surveyor, is nearly completed  auu it will only be a matter of a few  days before Mr. Rice and family are  together enjoying together home  comforts.  G. Burr left on a short visit to the  coast on Monday.  Vine, Liddicoatt returned this week  after a short visit at his home in  Cranbrook.  . Attorney general Fan-is paid a short  visit to camp on Sunday, and was  greatly pleased with the rapid strides  made in developing the area.  MAKE CQ OPERATION CO-OP.  Co-operation, like democracy and  other fine words and phrases, needs to  be practised to bo appreciated.  As a term it has no value. As a  principle it is valueless until applied.  We have suffered from a democracy  that would not democ. It is to be  hoped that we.will ne������t have a co-operation that will not co op.  Co opeuation is the philosophy of the  farmers' movement. At its lowest  form it represents a method by which  the weak may become the strong.  Convinced of weakness the individual  gives support and seeks support from  his fellows. If sufficiently .strong to  combat every obstacle the indiyidual  would never seek co-operation. Self-  preservation is the first urge toward  united action. This impulse underlies  all group organization in history. It  is the very basis of the nations.  But co-operation inyolyes u moral  principle in that it must have regard  for the good of others. It implies the  truth that toe best for the indiyidual  can only be secured when the whole  group secures the best.  This gradually leads us a way from  self in that we must first seek the good  of all  before the  individual good   is  nnssihlp.  re- ~  Some day vve may be able to seek  the highest good feu- all without the  contemplation of self. We are not  there yet, but such are the possibilities of co-operation. Groups that tor  day are trying to co operate within  themselves will some day co-operate  with each other. Then we will haye a  new system; a new world.  Meanwhile we are in the ABC  class. Co-operation, like charity, begins at home. If ���������a man cannot cooperate with his wife in his home, or  his neighbor in the Held, he is a long  way from taking his place in a co operative world. It is a bad policy to  attempt/to do by ourselves that .which  two or more of us cannot do better  than one o- us.  Equal partners in the home, and  neighborly co-operation in the field  and in the community will lead to the  higher co-operatioh which we are all  thinking about. We must begin  where we are and go step by step to  the higher plane of social life. This,  we believe, is the only way to make  co-operation co-op. COM.  Rush hay from the Kootenay fiats is  being shown at the Chicago livestock  show this year, by Mr. Klockman of  Porthiil.  B, E. Howard, manager of the Imperial Bank of Cranbrook, has been  transferred to take charge of the  branch at Walkerville, Ont.  A-vontD ncr-oRE  "Mcrciy Pitfy <cr S**  ���������romrta ������r      * ���������*  mvJ^cvrtrfives^d-^ff^.~^c*\\tA  jL-vrvrvyffwcj mm-f mmst. ostpkxl \  ~imx.ttt>%t mitrnttmrn'-ix  At the Peekin, Monday, Dec. 1  * a������������  ^au   a 11C11U    W.-U   Ul@  Front Again!  We are offering:  98's   ��������� ���������   $5.50  49's      2.85  Full   stock   of   Ogilvie's   Breakfast  Cereals,   Bran,  Shorts, Wheat  Barley, Chop, &c.  Creston Mercantile Company  LIMBTED  I  /j'tr "'��������� -,���������"- '" i:<'#\;- '''^^���������wver^^^  I U   "*~.f   ..>-.'V"''U.������.'-. -I-;. \ i.' i v'V*������-,,iM������-a'V''|-t������--*"M-������-"-*-'-i/  '������< ti   #*���������.���������->. \  S      -..d...      V.     j,   .  i    Si ���������-'   / \     W,     il    ���������     \. rv   .'47fi,t   "%. irlt    I  ~r:r,.-T;:i'i-.ii,;-,0-.T:i,;,Y���������ii���������������.,,,ntmni,n ������������������������������*^M������mim������  SSI   '  Slr>ifr|������e^ .-m]   ,' <nfr,u...  rr(..������������y O], ;,,������,  ���������,r- -P' y  '     _.,".i.li",i-ljM'. mi Au'^)%AmB}slxk^S*!SL.  ttim^i.rt:m,dHiimiiii>ii)iiii).mi>iii,;0  mmmm-ii*miutxtiiimdA-immi   '"���������w..������2-^ ' BIG        iiffS(!L-l.Oiu!    ������b ������i>  mmiHr-Miniriiiriiiii.iirniia.in.ii.miWi.nu  S)no;1n and Double, Harness :m������l Supplies  .     Snvoral   Mots   of Second I land   Harness  (U)i\,\  and  Wood   For Sale.  9i~    S   mWa?fiB9FATM  Sirrlf,!'   A v.' gj.  tmwwatuHUHmmtiimiiammim.,^^i,m!,nttVttl;i:in, '".tftir-i ���������--ii-w -���������'.-. ttmr-t-v-Kt-i'-l  5!J"SS'f*    ap  !   NEWS OP KQOTEHAYS  I   A Grand Forks orchardist claims to  haye sold ten carloads of apples to the  T. Baton Co. at Winnipeg.  Cupid has been working overtime at  Crancrook this month. The Courier-  reports printing eight different lots of  wedding invitations last- v?ee\..  TT -* V.V.V-T  ���������X.XXX  J,  Ut rxXX  xixy4ui ,  xjiau orook   hunter,  got a 250 pound white tailed buck deer-  last week���������the biggest sample of the  kind ever brought into that city.  There is no demand for horses at  Penticton. The city poundkeeper has  a few head in pound that he cannot  get buyere for, or even loan out for  their keep.  WATER A/OT/CE  DIVERSION AND USE  Take notice that J.8.Winlaw, whose  address is Wynndel, B.C.. will apply  for a license to take and use 5000 gallons of water out of Duck Creek,which  flows south and easterley and drains  into Groat River slough. The water-  will be diverted from the stream at a  point about 2000 feet from sawmill and  will be used for domestic and steam  purposes upon the sawmill described  as on Subdivision of Lot 191. This  notice was pusted on the ground on  the 5th day of November, 1919. A  copy of this notice and an application  pursuant thereto and to the Water-  Act, 1914, will be filed in the office of  the Water Recorder, Nelson, B C.  Olfactions to the application may be  filed vvithjthe said Water Recorder, or  with the oomptroiier of Water Rights,  Parliament Buildings, Victoria, B.C..  within fifty days after the first appearance of this nutice in a local newspaper.  J. B. WINLAW, Applicant.  A. N. WINLAW, Agent.  Tbe date of the first publication of this  notice is November 14, 1919.  *%  w    synopsis of  Lasted ������������! Imwimmi  Minimum price of fli-si-class lanei  reduced to $5 an acre; second-class to  ������2.50 an acre.  Pre-emption now confineed to sur  vsyed laueis oniy.  "eoorcls wiii be granted covering only  land suitable for agricultural purpose.-  and which ������.*--. r-.on-ti-i-ber \s.a&.  Partnership pre-emptions abolished,  but part:e* vi i-.oi more than four may  arrai jg;e for adjacent pre-emptions  with joint residence, but each making  necessary improvements on respective:  claims fe  Pre-ernptors must occupy claims for  five years and make improvements to  value of $10 pc-r acre, including clearing and cultivation of at least 5 acres.  before receiving Crown <Jrant.  Where pre-emptor in occupation not  ���������es." tlui- a yeai-ri. acd lius made proportionate improvements, he may, because of ill-health, or other cause, be  granted intermediate certificate of improvement ar.d transfer his claim.  Kecords without permanent residence may be issued, provided applicant make;- improvements to extent oi  $300 por annum and records same each  your. Failure to make improvements  or reeorel .same will operate as forfeiture. Title cannot be obtained in  less than ;> year?, and improvements  of *10 00 ;.cr acre, inciudi: g ;'������ acres  cleared ai.d cu!tivateel, and resilience  eif at  lc*a:~t :.' year,   are required  ^  Pre-empleir liuldirg Crown grant,  may record another pre-emption, if ho  requires land in eon junction with his  farm, without actual occupation, provided statutory improvements made  and residence maintained on Crown  granted lan.l.  Unsurveyed areas,  not  exceeding  2e  acres,   may   be   leased   as   homesites.  title to be obtained after fulfilling reai  dential and improvement conditions.  For grazing and industrial purposes  areas exceeding 610 acres may be  leased by one person or company.  Mill, factory or industrial sites on  timber land not exceeding -10 acres  may be purchased; conditloiiH include  payment of stumpnge.  Natural hay meadows inaccessible  by existing reads may be purchased  conditional upon construction of a road  to them. Rebate of one-half of co.st of  roaei, not exceeding hair of purchase  price. I.s made.  PRE.EMPTORS' FREE GRANTS  ACT.  The pr-ope of this Act Is enlarged to  Include All persons Joining and serving with His Majesty's Forces The  time within which the heirs or devisees  of  a  deceased   jire-eniptor  may   apply  for title under !>:!:. Act I., ci.tci.deil  from for one year tvytin the death ol  .such person, as formerly, tiulil one  year after the^ conclusion of tj.r. .,;-,.,,������������������,  wur. 'i'hm privilege Is also maele re  tronctivo. (p  No feat relating to pre-emptions .indue   e>r  payable   by   soldiers   on     pre-  ,.������v,,i������'.,������>;��������� rc:?:-rdc-J ..'in   June ;*(>.   r.M>*  Taxei*.  are remitted  for  live years  Provision  for  return  of  money.--  a<  crued, due and been paid since Annusi  4.  1!>11, on account  of payments,   fees  or taxe-i on soldier.-'' pre-emptions,  Interest on agreements i,> |"ii-.'iri ������������������  to-.-.i. . ; ..;;.. In;-, iu-iu iiy nu-nuicrs of  Allied Forces, or dependents, ai-ijuired  ellrecl i-r ii.i.l.tei.'t, leiuitted from eii-  !l:ijiii'i.t   lu .March ill.  I'JliO.  SUQ-PURCHAGERS   OF   CROWN  LANDS.  i'l'uv-sion made.' for isstiar.oe o(  Crown grants to ruli-puri'liaser.-' <jl  e'reiwn I.anel.-i, acipnrlng rights frenn  pure 11 a.'era who fail-fd to e-oiuplele  puri'tia.-e.   ii.volvhig  fffft. :��������� u. ..,  ,,,,  nii  llillllrl.t   of   COIlllltloll.-.   of    t'lirr'l>������'���������������������������      ���������������  .      >    ... .     ���������        ., ..   . y   ..uo-jiwi'i'lia:--  ers ejo not claim whole of uti-'in.-il par  be     ill   intuited      -in-p. >l t lon.i) ,J,y     oVei  whole     -.trt-A .Vpjr!:������-;Uio;i:      nir'.,i     l���������-  made by May  1.   I'.'l'n.  ������i.  ' !r.-iir.iim'  <!. ������������������'.'-.   ���������:���������?..  L Il.l '..   .  ���������������>���������       ������ I   t':  Annual   s.-s-.i  irli ii.i:..      :  f"ll.l    A  on A7 IMC  '1.   lf'l''.  f.  .-'���������I |.-    rl      ir  ii     'iin:  ���������I'     !'������������������!  '���������       '>>'iit������-inai!.*  ���������   ���������" ���������'  ���������< I >     hrn  ' 'ir      lf-1     ,-.,-  ;.,.  V '<>!ll lllll  '  ;.,     ,  |  ..V. ':' ' '"''���������������������������l  '' ������������������ '���������'���������i ��������� i,as  fir��������� trr"M< ^^-r. rr.* r- u  ,..  r  l<-  (en   l;e;ul.  wuim. rrr. irArnir".::-. zZ^-i  >"-������TS t*-t fV^^li^VBV  i-i -ii. V" 1 jj VV,       UKJBjJS'JLVtatf  jxan  "W  MOMD  There is more energy  ���������      __    _ a   ���������������   wj*a#S  xT~   *~~   pouiat*   w*   ���������������������������������������������������  l������<-i������a A      *m-X ������9ft     sr*  home with Royal Yeast  of meat. Bread making  is a. simple operation  and requires no previous experience. Full  agvstrvctioas in Royal  Yeaat Bake B$ok,  mailed free on request.  E.W.G1LLETTCO.LTD.  TORONTO  Controlling the Liquor Irani  The most efficient method of controlling the liquor traffic with the  object of eliminating the abuses and  excesses which seem to be inseparable from it has long been the subject of agitation and legislation. Possibly no one question has resulted in  +Um  nacs^rfc  of   a   ercPter volume   of  mm.*-** jrfwi. Jt.^w \~ ��������� -J C>       %������������--v^-  - legislative, the-enactment of more restrictive laws, or the taking of more  votes, than that of public contra* c  the traffic in intoxicants. And notwithstanding it all, we are still far  from having solved the problem in a  sa lis 13.c tory  r       n-.C'.l  tier.  The outbreak of thc Great War,  and the imperative necessity imposed upon all natioiis of conserving  their resources in man-power, productive capacity, and food supplies,  led to thc enactment as war measures  of stronger restrictive measure?, than  had ever before been generally acceptable to the masses of the people.  Many ardent temperance reformers  d     that  these restrictive laws  muulv; v  would be continued after the war, and  that in a generation or two the. blight  of the liquor traffic would be an evil  of the past.  It is now quite apparent that many  of these restrictive laws will cease  to function with thc declaration of  I'eacc,���������which may be proclaimed for  the British Empire before this article  appears in print, and in any event  cannot  now   be   long  delayed.     Onc  of such a law being passed. For one  thing, thc Canadian Senate has shown  very clearly that it will not give approval to such legislation, and the  House of Commons has ever before it  the attitude of Quebec, which is antagonistic to an absolutely prohibitory  law.  Control and restriction of the liquor  traffic in Canada continues, therefore,  to be a s"hi*������<���������*> for nrovincial action,  --,-~.-~7r~--'~-J~~^~- ^ .  supplemented by such Federal action  to assist the provinces as the provinces b-y vote of their people may demand.  According to legislation passed at  the recent special session of Parliament, the manufacture of liquor is  prohibited, except for purposes of export, in those provinces which prohibit the sale. Furthermore, the importation of liquor into individual  provinces can be made illegal if the  legislature of a province asks by resolution that a plebiscite vote be taken  by the Federal authorities within such  province on the subject of importation, and a majority of the voters declare in favor of prohibiting such importation. But after peace is proclaimed, and until such a plebiscite is  asked for and held and a verdict favorable to prohibition rendered, im-j  portation of liquor for personal use,  but not for sale, will bc perfectly le-  Thus  been in  force under orders in council will  cease with the proclamation of peace.  So long as importation into a province is legal, it is manifestly impossible for any provincial legislature or  government to enforce prohibition of  the liquor traffic. It can prohibit the*  sale of liquor, but that is all. And so  long as importation is legally permitted existing abuses against which  a large section of thc people arc complaining will continue. And at the  best it will not be impossible to stop  such importation for from six months  to a year.  When     such a  plebiscite     vote  is  eventually held in any province, and  if   thc   popular  verdict  should  be  to  permit importation,  then  the provincial authorities will have to seriously  consider whether it would not be better to provide for some form of regulated  and  controlled  sale within  the  province,  rather  than have  thc  door  left wide open to indiscriminate individual   importation   of liquor     in unlimited   quantities.     Should   the  people of a province declare in favor of  permitting importation, most thoughtful temperance advocates believe that  some form of government dispensaries based on  the mail order  system,  and patterned     somewhat     after thc  at   one   time  was   in  A Eemarkabie Record  1 In thc five and a halt years that  elapsed since thc Saskatchewan Agricultural Co-operative Association Act  came into operation, 465 co-operative  associations have been registered.  This is a remarkable record. On October 29, Saskatchewan Co-operative  Creameries Limited will begin to operate poultry killing stations at Regina and Saskatoon, where chickens,  turkeys, ducks and geese may bc marketed. This systcm of co-operative  marketing lias achieved much success  in  former ycars.  A keen blade for every   HEALTH FOR THE BABY  gat m an v.anavxian provinces,  the prohibitions  which  have  suave  If there's any pleasure  to shaving, you get it  in an AutoStrop Razor.  First, because there's  always a sharp blade  ready for use���������a few  turns on the strop  brings it back to its  professional keenness.  Secondly, because  there9s no fussing with  parts   after   shaving.  And thirdly, because a simple  adjustment makes it possible  for you to shave as closely o������  as lightly as you wish.  From first to last, sharpening, shaving and cleaning,  you never need to remove the  blade from the razor.  Wales* yea? childrea's aMss. As  *oc& ai you a~~ the slfghtetst trao-������  ef a. rash or sora, apply gem-Bak,  Thla antiseptic balm Trill protest*!  t&a eora plaro from infection, prts-  veat it trosa spraadiag aad ke������llag  soea follows.  eOarofoi mothers always kesjt.  ������am-Buk on h&n��������� for iaetfr chil*  dreii's injuries���������It ends pain so  -aulcidy and prof eats any posaioll*  ity ef festering. Beast for eats,  burns, scalds, fcrulses, rlngrworm,  ec&i9 sores, ecs������isa s.s& t~~~h~-_\  rasfe.   All dealors 50c bo's.  ������  Razor  Strop -��������� 12 blades ��������� $5  <��������������� *m ~~v^~, Jm.. -mtxmmjmm.-*  ~ JULFt&lA   ^SAFExfi  Jt%AMAKFt3>iZ0ma\B,& 9  -0~ - -mr .JM* m jr  [    The baby of today is  the  man or  j-woman of tomorrow.    Thus the suc-  'cess of the future man or woman de-  j pends upon, the baby's present welfare.    If  the baby is  sickly  and ill- j  nourished,  it is  not  to  bc  expected j  that he will grow into a strong, ac- j  tive  man  who will  hold his own  in \  the business world a few ycars hence, j  Mother's,  it  is  a duty  you  owe   the j  future  to  keep your little ones well J  now.       This  can  be   easily  done  if j  Baby's Own Tablets are kept in the ;  house.    The Tablets   are a mild but j  thorough laxative which regulate the i 8  bowels and sweeten the stomach, and ,  thus make baby healthy and strong.!  Concerning them Mrs. W. Orser, El- i  ginburg, Ont., writes: "I have a fine !  healthy boy three shears, and have i  used Baby's Own Tablets for him j  ever since he was a small baby. IJ  certainly think them a splendid medi- ���������  cine." The Tablets are sold by medi- |  cine dealers, or by mail at 25 cents j  a box from The Dr. Williams' Medi- ���������  cine   Co.,  Brockville,  Ont.  rrra  Coughs   and  Colds Mean  Restless Nights .^������s^ as  vfolch sap fees vitality.*  Danger lurk-Tin every  Saour a cold U allowed.  to run. Assist nature  to bring your children  quickly back to health  and strength and avoid  3tm ^SPRUCE QMH  &u3Z&EZeK2^������  mmSr^rmtrtT^ti^^^r^mmJBttXBt^mtmSi  A  AUTOSTROP SAFETY RAZOR CO., I/iroitetl  AutoStrop Building, Toronto, Canada  Don't think that a girl by any other  name would be as sweet. You ma3r  find out your mistake after giving  her Yours.  A variety stage  transforms  an actress into an .artist. '  Trlope   for  the   Chronic   Dyspentic.  Through lack of consideration     of  the body's needs, many persons allow ',  disorders   of  the   digestive  apparatus i  S  r\ -\xi  r* 8 itTaOl   will  oav  highest \  1 n.HYV   r U nO market " prices   for g  RAW   FURS   and   GINSENG   ROOT  23   ycars   of  reliable  trading.  Reference���������Union Bk. of Canada.  Write   for   Price   List   and   Tags  l    on \icn  220 St. Paul St. W.  iiOiLVtLn        Montreal.   f.Q.  i-O     V. UliUt x^     UllUi     -,~~\~y      '"   "    "  uvjcuiuc i���������iiiv>iii-jf j     Women ought to make satisfactory  filling days and nights with suffering.  To  these,     a course     of  Parmeiee's  Warts will fender the prettiest  hands unsightly. Clear the excrescences away by using' Holloway's  Corn Cure, which acts thoroughly  and painlessly.  angels  bccavise  thcy arc  so  fond of  "hammer-."  Vegetable   Pills   is   recommended   as  a  sure    and speedy     way to  regain  health.   These pills are specially com-      rr .     ,,      .    lt   -t  pounded to combat dyspepsia and the      n a man cvcr sPcaks lhc trutil Jt  many ills that follow in its train, ami j is- when he is angry.  they  are   successful   always. ) .___���������.���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  Some  people  save  a iot   oi  money  by not buying soap.  reform brought about bv the war will,!  however,   prove   lasting;   that   is,   the 1 *>^cm   which  open  bar with  all  its  evils  and  open   V������1K,V<; "\ Saskatchewan- sllould bc CS"  ar.d its pernicious treat-lushed. ...... .  On the other hand, if the people  declare against importation, then  the utmost care must be exercised in  Suspect   not   a   friend's   word,   but  rather   his   meaning.  Kill the Germs of  Minard's X-iniment Cures Colds,  &c.  The   average  milk  pail   refuses   to  ll-      rrr.1  Do   not   enMeaa   .'V..   Jl.m. wild  C91ll.'>lrUV������l'   ������*������.������** *.~������  Itching, Bleed*  log, or ,f*rotrud������  toff Piles. No  surgricas gp-is  atlon ���������raqnlred.  Br. Chauo'e Ointment will relieve you at onoen  and as certainly our* jou. ������0o. a Dor: all  dealers,, or Ednianson, Bates & Oo.. Limited*  Toronto,  Sample boz free If yon mention thi*  ���������  ���������   ��������� ���������^   ...v. ��������� .n.    .(.ma ,..������.������ nrurlmffft  temptations,  perniciot  cr.onc never to return.  ic   war  ing liabi  Aetna!   experience   during  has   demor.jtratcd   that   existing   pro   , . .  .*,,_; the drafting of thc most drastic kind  hibitorv  ���������nvely   pr  :>uch lav.'  ���������...'n the c  are so in  iej.rii'ia.UOii   is  '.>':.ii/uive   a.^  "ci:>ated  -.n;  not  the  thev  cor.eu  ��������� mi ior s   oi  would be.  >-rv  vioi.'iuoni  . and are  ve raize-. ;u-  -.g.-; I::-.- i;:  ��������� c   WcsUr  i  i;ie  iaw  llule.  re  '!'.  i'  to  ���������)'.  of provincial laws to prevent a repetition of abuses which arc now unfor-  . i lunatelv so general.  I     'Whatever  thc nature     of  the  laws  ! enacted, thcy must havc back of them  i iiie  force  of  a  strong  public  opinion  v to prove effective and benefi-  iii   the   last   analysis   it   is   thc  who   make  thc  laws,  and  unlaw   ha::   the   support   of   the  it   will   not   lie   observed   and  li'-  enforeeel.  j in or tie  ^jeial.     :  i people  v.pl<  <\ ������������������ Ji  ll': a shame thc way sonic young  . i'io'.vs lirea'c into tlie game again  re! elon'i  i.;ive the my ids a chance.  Sunn- s|iinstri's advance :-,tep by  '.'���������:���������   '.mtii   lite-y   bce-onu-   slepiuejthers.  By Acting' To-day \rou Can  Quickly Avoid Catarrh and  Avoid Bronchitis, Perhaps Consumption  Most Agreeable and Surest Cure Is  Catarrhozone, Which Cures Every  Curable Case  Catarrhozone proves especially  good in thosc chronic cases where  mucous drops down thc throat, sickens the stomach, and pollutes the  breath. When the nostrils arc stuffed, only a few breaths through the  inhaler are needed to clear thc passages, and where there is coughing and  sore bronchial tubes, the soothing,  healing properties of Catarrhozone  act almost as magic.  Once you stop taking medicine into the stomach and get the healing  oils and pure balsams of Catarrhozone at work you can be sure of  quick and lasting cure for nose colds,  catarrh, weak lungs, bronchitis, and  speaker's sore throat.  The complete $l.()l\ Outfit of Ca-  tarrhoxone is sufficient for two  months' 1 real nie nt, and is guaranteed.  Smaller size, 50c, at all dealers, or the  ('atarrlic'/one   Co.,.    Kin;.',sion,   Out.  Hi  S!  HI  .-���������;;."������������������ .a ���������- ..'.iiiaj-XTa- .���������^j,i������!.j'-'J^r���������*.***������.'srzinr3wrr?rx..rMx.vaiiiKXM^  If 'VOU**   -"---^   or /'OlffeAii>  A.    N. y     'KxS    <C-#.   *��������� 'md    -w*      i00mddX. -mmm-     Am. T~S    -mm.'   - . ���������      V_~ -.  docs rnaJ-ce you restless  or nervous, ity  ^W^!mvf0^mmx^ iT^t^m^mt ITTIk^jr  ^^%m^l\3     Mm      %*J ly^Mm  This delightful cereal drink 19  -~A.  00 t x, - m nfl  (,'t.ti JL>U������.  lr������   U'Uiy -.txK-i'xaky ki.t^ .kx iw ������. -~-tm.  -'��������� '"I ���������     ,        . *   '���������        --   -,        .'.,.������������������������        .���������10000,4.00.  t'OltCrC-iltVC    tll4T*.yxj*k.     0*0   v~'id.ix   mJ-i    uwVl^u.  to the youny/iHi na> WtAl iiB okScst.  far \t Ui-.vets absoltitf-ly no hnrm-  f+ -.'-f    *x-m fJIrtrv.***,... r*f li'ifc/"* -f*^  li   *....  m        0-A t,   .~d ������. ..   - ���������    ���������   U    -.I        '  -   -.   /  !������  ft|i^pW������i'.t^w-l#-<������rttmi^ihi*<ii  ������^m-,~-ZX-,������?'.'*~' trfrtrWiiHsm mi^we*H,<wt#!yp1ww^  Western Canada's  1919 Crop  While exact figures are not yet. ob-  lain-ildej wheat authorities now seem  to bc conforming to lhe general opinion that Canada's tejlal yield of  wheat this year will be 2-18.000,000  lm-.li.--K as < nmi-ared with 189.000,000  hushe-ls la; t year. Of litis crop, the  ���������hair e.f the Western IVnvinrrs i^,  166,000,000 bushels, or over two-thirds  of   Ihr   le.tal   vleld.  In addition, eme of (he most reliable '.eiuici':; iu Canada has erslitnatcd  thai Ihr West will pniehice 227,000,000  I '������������������ '������������������ '���������������������������    , <��������� i-    '\i i\'\<\ r\(\i\   i.���������..),���������in   ���������f  l.ailrv. 6.000,000 bushel-;  of flav, and  over   .'.OUii.OOG  Iju.sIicIm   ot   rye.  iic-.nl men tell no tales;, but they  ���������>e������in������*Mii-.ri icuve lai'ii** ejiianlities of  u ie published   iiunuiicript.  mm_mw<wtmmt-  How ultnngo the old-time pictures oE sport would look today-���������  b&seball teams boasting at least half-a-dozen sets of whtslcer-t���������full-  bearded cricketers���������champions of the acull with their chins concealed.  Today the athlete knows the importance of the well-shaven chin.  H������ ii conscious that ho as most keen v/hen no is well-groomed--iusfctitt  is the business man and the soldier.  For men who love outdoor life and sports, men of virile minds &nd  active bodies, we have designed a Gillette Safety Razor with an extra  stocky handle���������the "Bulldog" Gillette, shown to the left.  Not that the Gillette needs a sturdy grasp. A light touch* with the  angle stroke, removes the most stubborn beard with surprising comfort.  But there is a certain appeal In  the thicker handle of the "Bulldog".  Ail; to ~~~ this zpccl���������l set sat!  appreciate tiie point ior  youraeh",  77i������ cute, you will notice, I*  trilrnott tstcnmpact am the fitmoum  fockmt Edition Gillmttet, and  thm prlcm Im thm an mm,  $5.00.  Sold by all tl-al-rtt tc-t-riiitt tm  tnmit'mne.dt.  T!jc "5tJL!.!>OGm Set  includes oval Morocco  Csis -with two blt-uln  boxes to match, and 12  douhlo-edycd  blftdei.  \tn*vt nt  CANADA.  'ILHOWMYHU  \^\mf^f  ���������        ������3      *\c*a>  ��������� \WI*~*\-r \\tm~mt  Ujjgj       "Iffiijai  jSt     ^-m%  J      J  Q "^^t^tOmtmtm~m**m' -\m������l.triU44      J������ij. ll u-w    tmmmtmmttm 1*������llgH< N������JB|"J|������^ ^m~~\tm*^ ^*  Safety Razor  mrmm mn  I  ;>.o  I    t>  <MX*i *X~lkdfW*m**-****~H*rl-l*-ir.  I  !6  J!  fttSSSSSffiSti  Mf&s^s^mismmmm^mMi  -SattliffiSffiSi^^ SrnoTs*  T&rvTETv;  /creston,  ^s   #1  yi-zzz  ���������rf*  jaggajj  ������ ���������. I   .:.:,Kf  ���������������  overtimenc  AAA  Centralia.���������Cities of western Washington joined Centralia in arresting  members of the Industrial Workers  of the World and raiding their headquarters, following thc firing on an  Armistice Day parade here. Four  former United States soldiers arc  dead and a fifth is reported dying as  a result of the shooting, and one alleged  I.W.W.  has  been  lynched.  Twenty-two men and one woman,  reported to have radical beliefs, were  placed in jail here, and later four of  the prisoners, including the woman,  were removed to the Lewis county  jail at Chehalis by national guardsmen, who patrolled Centralia. Raids  were conducted at Seattle* Tacoma  and Aberdeen in the I.W.W. headquarters.  In Seattle, fourteen men and tons  of literature, according to the police,  were taken to poiice headquarters.  The Tacoma police arrested thirty-  four members of the I.W.W. and  seized   a   quantity   of   radical   litcra-  +!-*���������*-��������� a  IrU* -0 0  At Aberdeen, large quantities of  literature and the records of the  Aberdeen local of the organization  were taken.  and Irish Question  British Government Is Much Embarrassed by Publication of Plan  for Settlement  London.���������The cabinet is about to  take up consideration of thc proposals of the cabinet committee on the  subject of Ireland.  It was learned from authoritative  sources that the government is much  embarrassed by thc publication of  what is purported to be the government plan for the settlement of the  Irish problem. The Associated Press  is officially informed that all stories  hitherto printed are necessarily speculation and incorrect, because the  government has not yet formulated  its proposals and cannot until the  committee's report is considered.  War Board On  The Car Shortage  Railway War Board Issues Statement  Dealing   With  Handling  of .  Coal and Feed  Winnipeg.���������Owing to unusual conditions through the West prevailing,  the western branch of the Railway  War Board, issued this statement:  "The demands made upon the railways equipment and facilities in  Western Canada during the past two  or three weeks havc rarely been  exceeded. This is due to a variety  of causes. In the first place, owing  to thc three months' strike in the  Western     Canadian     mines,     many  ������  ������\* MI   JL^IWV  Quebec's Premier  -O    J    Indianapolis.���������The     United     Mm������  I Workers     of America,     contrary to  fySn-ar    Ifaemn! previous  announcement, has  decided  i������������J   _izv^5M  to withllold the appeal to the ruling  Sir   Lomer   Gouin   Is   Leaving   for  Europe After Session, and May  Retire First  Quebec. ��������� With the announcement  by the Quebec government that the  next session of the government will  open  ou December 10 came the re-  points in  the prairie provinces were   newal    of  rumors    that  Sir    Lomer  .������_���������������.   ~  "SYRUP OF FIGS"  n.BJBg t\M\     I  jlVATtlfl"  Look at tongue! "Remove pol*  sons from little stomach*  liver and bowels  caught   by   the   early   coming   in   of  winter,   practically  without  any  coal  whatever, and the sudden severe weather which has extended all over the  West   has   created  an  unprecedented  demand for  coal.       Thc tonnage  of  western coal being handled to Manitoba  and   Saskatchewan     is   tremendously greater than has been handled  in  previous years, and this means  a  heavy   coal   movement   in   the   same  direction  with  grain  and  stock,  and  the handling  of thousands  of empty  pars west of thc mines.    This coal to  a large extent formerly came in the  grain   empties   returning   from      the  lake head, but the shortage of Amcri  losi ai otd  ppe:  of the federal court in injunction proceedings, which resulted in the calling oft of the strike of miners.  It had been generally believed that,  regardless of    developments    in the  situation, the miners would fight their  ease in the courts  to the last ditch,  and attorneys for the    coal workers  announced that their appeal would be  filed within two or three days. However, Henry    Warrum, chief counsel  for the Mine Workers' organization,  stated that the outcome of the conference    of thc miners'     representatives and coal operators with Secretary  of  Labor  Wilson,  in   Washington, would determine to a large extent whether the case is carried further.    The miners' council has thirty  days ia which to file the appeal.  The decision of the miners is taken  to indicate that they have accepted  the government's assurance that the  Gouin had announced his resignation.  It is generally conceded here, even by  the Liberals, that Sir Lomer Gouin  will shortly retire from leadership in  the province of Quebec, but whether  or not he told his cabinet when he  would withdraw was not divulged by  ahy of thc members.  When spoken to by newspapermen  and asked directly if there was any  truth in the story of his resignation,  the premier is said to have replied:  "No, the session has been called."  It is known that Sir Lomer is  leaving for Europe after the session, j suit against  thc miners  was not  an  and he may resign before he leaves.  Rumors also announce that he would  can. anthracite this year and the grea-ibe  succeeded  by  Hon.  J.   E,   Caron,  Two of the Crew of H.M.S. Renown  Swept Oveiboard  New York.���������William Franklin and  John Laight, able-bodied seamen of  the crew of the British battle cruiser  Renown, were lost at sea when the  Renown, plowing through a gale, was  coming here from Trinidad to take  the  Prince of Wales home.  Midshipman Richard Knight was  taken from thc big battle cruiser  to the Presbyterian hospital with both  legs broken  tuous   weather.  Shortly    after  as thc result of tempes-  IJdIC,        llliusnn������rrt  running into tne  t i-Cnisht -with a  crew of four, hastened to make, fast  some of the movable gear of the  ship. While they were working, a  heavy sea swept over the bows and  jammed them against thc break-  water,v fracturing the midshipman's  . legs and carrying Laight overboard.  A lifeboat was  by a crew of fou  reached the water it was capsized  by another huge wave and its occupants were thrown into the sea.  General quarters were sounded and  a portside lifeboat was lowered. All  of the crew of thc first lifeboat except Franklin were rescued.  ter favor in which western coal is  now held for domestic purposes has  caused an enormous increase in the  movement from thc western mines,  and has placed upon the railways a  correspondingly increased burden.  "The  dry  season  in   Southern  Alberta  and   Southern      Saskatchewan,  resulting, as it has, in large sections  of   stock-raising   territory   being   denuded of  feed, has caused an extraordinary    heavy movement    of stock  from  these  sections  to  the  markets,  as well as a    large    movement from  these sections to portions of northern  Alberta     and    Saskatchewan    where  feed is plentiful, or can bc produced,  and the railways are also being called  upon to handle thousands of cars  of  feed into  the drought areas,     which  are  not handled  in  ordinary     years.  minister of finance.  LISTEN TO THIS!  IAYS CORNS LIFT  i  Accept "California"  Syrup of   bigs  only���������look   for   the   name   California  on   the  package, then   you  are   sure  your child is having the best and most  , ., harmless   laxative  or   physic   for   the  s    lowered, manned  Utt,e     st0mach,   liver    and    bowels.  rteen.    As this boat, Children    love    its    delicious    fruity  taste.    Full directions for child's dose  on each bottle.   Give it without fear.  Mother! You must say "California."  Referendum Probable  In Manitoba If  Austria Granted  Credit  Copenhagen. ��������� The entente has  granted a credit of $60,000,000 to Austria, according to thc Vienna Tage-  blatt. This will be utilized principally  for the purchase of raw materials.  RIGHT OUT NOW  *    - i0m0.m,..0..0..^.mm..0.^...'���������>B..,������.a..,*iflr-f"+..trf,"fl.1pn,ni|l  You reckless men and women who  are pestered with corns and who havc  at least once a week invited an awful  death from lockjaw or blood poison  arc now told by a Cincinnati authority to use a drug called freezone,  which the moment a few drops are  applied to any corn, thc soreness is  relieved and soon the entire corn,  root and all. lifts out with the fingers.  It is a sticky ether compound which  attack against the right to strike,  but was solely to prevent violation  of the thc taw: in this case, the Lever  Act.  Possibility of speedy agreement at  thc Washington conference, according to opinion here, is marred only  by the qitestion of when a new wage  scale will become effective. Miners'  spokesmen have stated that if the  operators go to the conference in a  spirit of conciliation, agreement was  only a question    of    hours, but it is  -1_: xt.m. , x :.  Ulltb    LUC        UIUIIIUIU    tl  ... i-.nA  tx\J\jt iv.v*  ecu.** U  Liquor  Action  Will  Not  Be  Taken  Up at Same Time as  Elections  Winnipeg. ��������� As soon as peace is j  officially signed, thc importation of  liquor into Manitoba will be legal, J.  N. Mac Lean, administrator of the  Manitoba Temperance Act, announced.  He stated he found a clause in thc  Act which can be invoked to prevent  export of liquor from this province.  With regard to- the attitude of thc  ���������provlnnr-.l      government,      Hon.   Mr.  I������^..������.. a. .������..������<.H������.������..������..������~������>r0,������������������>**,,*>'**r|O���������>*'���������"������������������* ramw^^n  t  RASCALS  Brown   slated   that  is  thcir desire  to havc the people express thcir  wishes in regard to referendum, but  it is unlikely that such referendum  wouiu be bubiiiillcu *tl lac lime  of the elections next summer as the  issue might becloud party platforms.  Biliousness, Headaches Colds,  Constipation, driven out j  with "Cascarets" j  ������������������0....:~.... u������00..0..������00.i*..9.'0"0'.*"0..*"0..0..0"S"a..B..e..a!!.  Why take nasty cathartics, sickening salts, or stomach-turning oils to  drive these rascals out? Let gentle,  harmless Cascarets remove the liver  and bowel poison which is keeping  your head dizzy, your tongue coated,  your skin sallow, your breath offensive, and your stomach sour. Get a  box of Cascarets at thc drug store  and rid your liver, stomach and bowels of the excess bile, poisons, and  waste which aie keeping you miserable. Cascarets never gripe, never  sicken, never inconvenience. Thcy  cost so little and work while you  sleep.  r*x^~x..      Vfi'.rrS.X     t-rx       A l.-lrlKr.  ^r Lx..  ������...       m    ..^x-x       xx.       --...-..     ��������� ' i..  London.���������Captain Ross, a British  aviator, has left the Hoimslow aviation field in an attempt to fly to Austral:.1.. Captnin Smith hne mnile rev-  era! long flights. In 1918 he flew  from Cairo,  Egypt, to  Bagdad, Asia  tic  and  A\.U ........  from  Cairo to  Sinn Fein In. r.'s in Court  The heavy snowfalls made it necessary that this stock be moved out  and feed handled at once; to prevent  suffering, and the railways arc exerting every effort to accomplish  this.  "The severe weather, resulting as  it has in stoppage of fall-plowing  and other farm work, has been followed by heavy increases in grain  marketing, and this, together witn  the demand for increased exportation  of wheat, has added to the burdens  of  the railways.  "A very acute shortage of cars in  the United States has made it exceedingly difficult to secure return  of Canadian cars going into thc  States loaded, and this has been particularly thc case in connection with  stock cars. In order to expedite thc  stock movement, thc railways have  been forced to furnish box cars for  local stock movement, on thc basis  of two box cars to handle the number of animals ordinarily handled  in one stock car, which has depleted  the supply of box cars for other purposes.  "In addition to all this the severe  weather and heavy snowstorms havc  necessarily slowed up the movement  of traffic to some extent and has in-  tcrfcrcel with the distribution of  empties through thc necessity for using engines to operate snowplows instead  oi  hauling  trains of empties.  "Preference in car supply and  movement is being given to fuel, feed  and stock, and every possible effort is  being put forth by the. railways to  relieve thc situation as speedily as  possible. It is right, however, that  thc public should bc informed as to  I the conditions under which the railways are operating.''  simply shrivels the corn without in'  flaming or even irritating the surrounding tissue or skin. It is claimed that a quarter of an ounce of  freezone will cost very little at any  of the drug stores, but is sufficient  to rid one's feet of every hard or soft  corn  or callus.  You  are  further  warned  that  cutting at a corn is a suicidal habit.  known that the union men object to  the position taken by the operators  that the wage scale in effect before  the strike still is in  effect.  Miners'   officials   declined   to   comment on the way in which members  of   the   organization   are   responding  to   the   order   calling   off   the   strike,  and would give no reports from the  district headquarters.       Very few of  the miners in the Indiana coal fields  reported for work, and it is not believed that operation in the fields can  be  started     extensively  before  next  week.  timuuldicu Euyviiiu:*,  Siyc������ infiamtd by exposure to i--~, lr~-i j.iA X'ft-ti  tjuickly relieved by Uiiilttt-  i js-CT? KytBemftdy.'NoKm-muie,  ���������W jum   i^yu   *y.L4.���������.x,,..      A.  f/our Druj������-ylatt������ nt by -thill 60c -peer Bottle.  "-     ���������     '������������������������.,   m.,... a ...t.- ^ ,.,  AT Vll      Xji0~0.     xr.      x~.r     -.,���������      .���������-   Dt-MSao t~yo Bocaedy Uo.-, ���������!bBc**2*������. ��������� Lawless  Members of British Mouse Sentenced  to Two Months' Imprisonment  Dublin.���������Thc Sinn Fein members  of thc British House of Commons  who were nnesle-d in ihe raids on  '.'.: rf:"r.. ".. '!"��������� c:-*-< !'"���������'���������- ������������������>��������������������������� fl in-  merit were arraigned in the police  court on thc chai'Ke of participating  in forbidd-m 'nocc-edin^.-;. They refused to recognize the com I, and  each war. seiiienre-d to twe> months'  imprisonment,  /viiioiip,   tlmsc   arresli-el   win:     jwhu  Mahoncy,  .loll:-.    'A���������<���������-;��������� ',     '"i'i     Prank  -*Gi*m  Premier Drury Has  Announced His Government  W. F. Nickle, K.C.* Has Been Offered  the Portfolio of Attorney-  General  Toronto.���������Premier Drury announced that E. H. Grant, member-elect  for Carlcton, had accepted the portfolio of education in the Ontario  cabinet now being formed. Mr. Drury  also stated that he had wired W. F.  Nickle, K.C, of Kingston, offering  him thc portfolio of attorney-general.  Thc Formers'    Sun. whieh    is    re-j  garded  as  thc official mouthpiece of  the premier, gives  the following list  of thc new cabinet:  Premier, E. C. Drury; minister of  agriculture, Manning Dohcrty; education, R. H. Grant; lands and forests, Bcnish Dowman; public works,  F. C. Biggs; labor and health, W. R.  Rollo; mines, II. Mills; provincial  secretary, C Nixon; provincial treasurer, Peter Smith; utiorr.ey-gcnciai,  VV. V. Nickle.  Without portfolio, Licut.-Col. D.  Carmicluu-l,   D.S.O.  Rumania's Reply Unsatisfactory  Paris.���������Thc reply of Rumania to  the allied note recently presented, in  which it "''is r������������:iin drmniidrd that  Hungary be evacuated, ia regarded in  peace conference circles as wholly unsatisfactory. The note, which wan  ta,r<"n op for ennsiileratinn bv the supreme council, was characterized as  extremely   evasive.  Hamilton.���������Daisy Bowbank, six  years of age, was fatally burned while  her mother was away from the house  for a few moments to talk to a neigh-  t-~~      T-t- .   ���������t,:i;i   ���������~x   ������������~. ,x.; ��������� c     ���������  uur.       a nc   v_n������iii   t;Oi.   [JusaC-raiiju   Oi      <a  lighted  candle, which set her nightgown  on  fire.  ^aSS^^-i  ������S  *n  ^^eOLflSlOl.'  Ti,  Jjj*���������sj  1\/Tnn������trKr������ Onru! Ror������d������i ���������  Winnipeg.���������During tlie pr������������it week  application:! from eii*,iil M.mii*d>.i  municipalities for ro.i'l work umler  the Good Roads Act havc been approve!, xo the amount ok more than  $1 .coo.onn.  tJILIOUS    headache     spoils  ~   many an  expected  cnj������qyo  ment,  When tho condition of the  liver is neglectt*J, biHiouRTi-pRfi  seems to become- chronic and  recurs every two or threo  weeks, with severo eick head*  aches,  Why not get x!kM t-tlov thld  trouble end e������ncl it by uslne Dr.  ChnneVu Kldney-l-lvor rilln to r������Htoro  tho liealth and activity of th������ llvor.  ConritljuttloTi, indigestion, bac.w  mchc, headache, blllouuneoou and Uld->  n*y    ae-rmu;i>ineiii.-������    ������..v.oa    ������U:.upV'������^-'  '. *\������. ... -V*      *r~   ...,x7  tnetdle.Inn.  Ono vV.l ss dot*, S3 etc t. box, nil d-salt-ri**  ca UeJiaauuon, Untco -St Co., Ltd., Toronto*  twtm. -en���������mmm mmttm  V*.    m   4LM    CS3   mm  W ^m.      *m    pVrM**V^1^      VR^e^|^^-fp     fXmt  W**''^iir������*<'^r������iWliW.^eWWi������������ijrf(Iwi������*#     **t^$m-i~i*.Mjmummx*m4^,.m*im-mi<tm  -        , ,,������������������     ... ^_,  pfea  ���������  ���������  KigasQBu  \msm  ^aj!tn~t"r-t'i-^t*f~4 >*���������-��������� 1*-, 0~-sm  H  Hg.li.^.BfflggP  THE  CRESTON  BEVIEW  v ,  Local and Personal  The Presbyterian Ladies' Aid bazaar  and afternoon tea will be on Wednesday, Dec. 10, in Speers' Hall.  For Sale���������Two cenvs; one 3 years  and the either 5 years; will freshen in  Jami.-uy.    V.-iul Of tier, Wynndel.  Foh Sale���������Double top buggy, in  good shape. - Also driving mare weighing about 11000,Nand a black pinto  pony.    M. Olsen. Oreston,  A. Bain bridge and family moved te>  Boswell last week, where hejrecently  purchased a ranch, and intends going  more extehsively into elaitying than  wa.s possible on his small holding here.  His Creston ranch was purchased by  Mr. Davis the sheepman.  Haye you heard the New Scale Williams piane> yet, at Foreman's.  For Sale���������Ranch horse, weighs  about 1300.    W. V. Jackson, Oreston.  Cows For Sale���������16 head' of milch  cows, grades.    Apply C.Olsen. Oreston.  Cockerels    For   Sale���������Purebred  \X7.Kilo   VrSr*To i-.rJ/^e-'-i.o    flaan G-t-.v'iiSrii    "Vic-  .������     r.liv. *.     J  XX . . *���������������* ' tr x,x   .-,     0-r y..x ..    x.xl- x���������. ��������� , .     ��������� ~  toria. S2.50 each.    F. W. Ash, Creston.  Exchange or Sell���������18 months old  .lerspy-Shorthoi-n heifer, heavy snilk-  in*^ strain. $75, nr young beef.* Apply  Chas. Moore, Oreston.  To-night's social feature is the hard  times masqurade dance at the Peekin  theatre, with dancing to start at 9  o'clock, and music by the Oreston orchestra.  Pie Plates  Bread Dishes  Casseroles  Pudding Dishes  Muffin Dishes  The newest and, without doubt,  the most useful and economical  cooking utensils are the. PYREX.  Easy to wash, they standi hard  usage, while the cooking done in  them is not liable to burn. Our  stock is complete, with prices r-imln-  ing from 40c. to $2.50 per piece.  Nothing could be more suitable  for a Christinas Gift, and if you  wish we will lay the article aside to be called for next month.  The days are getting shorter and these dark mornings  a reliable Alarm Clock is a necessity.   We have the  tx00&%L~%dt  i������/H Jd^*%.ST.VU0  JU������AJ  15 -J A  ��������� 0^  mm.  good timekeepers, with a knack of waking you and keeping you awake.     We also handle the Big Ben Watch.  Your money cheerfully refunded if goods are not as represented.  n uvuware osf rurntture cyuppiy  M. J. BOYD  (Jomi)anv  Manager  Mackinaw coats and shirts just arrived, at Mawson Brothers.  Milch Cows For Sale���������Three of  them, .will freshen shortly. P. Ande-  stad, Wynndel.  Rev. F. Yolland of Fernie will be  here for both morning and evening  service in Christ Church ejn Sunday,  and will-also address the Sunday school  in the afternoon.  Father Kennedy, who until about a  year ago was in~eh*irgc of Oreston R.O.  church, and since them at Kaniloops,  has bern transferred back to Kootnay,  und is now parish priest at Fernie.  Monroe Salisbury, the great Universal star, will appear at the Peekin  theatre, Wednesday, Dec 3, in Eagle.  Mr. Salisbury is one of the Universal  Film Oo.'s leading stars, and only appears in special productions.  Cattle For Sale���������Thoroughbred  registered Shorthorn bull. 5 young  cows, first or second calf. 6 eighteen-  months old heifers. 5 spring calves.  Will sell in one lot. Arrangements  could be made for wintering them if  desired. John W. Williams (Summit  Creek), Creston.  The latest revised catalogue of books  at the Women's Institute library shows  a total of 193 volumes to selee-t. from.  The newest arrivals on the shelves are:  The Other Side of the Door, Bride of-  Lammeraioor, T. Ternbarom, Viviette,  Blue Buckle, Betty's Virginia Christmas, Betty at Fort Blizzard, Janet of  Kootenay.  Miss Oliye Hayes, the provincial  deunestic science expert, is here this  week, giving a series of ieotures and  demonstrations in that line in Speers'  Hall under W.I. auspices. While  meetings are under way a special  rustle is being made for new members  eighteen  joining  up  on  Tuesday and  TIT-.1 ...1,   vv tre.iucbi.iay.  For Victory Loan purposes headquarters at Vancouver grouped the  province into twenty-four units, and  in the matter of t|je best showing the  Oreston-Kaslo district stanels twelfth,  with a per cenlage of 302. The German field gun whieh goes to the dis  trict standing highest is won by Kam-  loopst with a showing of 332.  Next week's attraction will be the  bazaar and dance under Christ Church  Ladies Guild, auspices in the Parish  Hall, on Wednesday afternoon and  evening. In the afternoon there will  be the usual sale of work anel serving  of tea and refreshments and at night  Creston orchestra will furnish music  for a dance to which the admission is  75 cents.  The series of evening meetings in  Creston Methodist church in connection with the intei--chnrch forward  movement this week have been fairly  well attended. Pastor Hamilton has  bad the assistance of the Methodist  clergy of Cranbrook, Fernie and Kim-  bei-lev in the special effort. The local  congregation is expected to raise $500  for the work.  R.F. Green, M.P. for West Kootenay,  was a week-end visitor here, returning  to Nelson on Sunday. He was interviewing his constituents in view of  of the 1920 session of the commons being called for February. He assures  that such assistance as the federal  government can give will be readily  extended in the completion of the  transprovineinl highway via the Creston Vaiiey and Nelson.  NoTiCE-S-Rev. Field Yolland, rural  dean, of Fernie4, will visit Creston on  Saturday next. 29th insb., with tbe  e>hject of making full enquiry into the  possibility of establishing a resident  clergyman. He will conduct morning  and evening services at the usual time  in Christ Church on Sunday, and will  also hold a children's service in the  afternoon. A public meeting win x>c  held in the Parish Hall on Monday  evening at 8 eVclock. It is hoped that  all who are interested in the project  will be present. J. W. Hamilton, H.  Tjvne, Churchwardens.  Your mind at this time naturally turns to warm clothing.  When you think of Flannelette  think of this store. Anticipating a keen demand for this  we bought accordingly, and  Have just opened a shipment  this week that we feel sure  will appeal to you both on the  score of quality of the goods  as well as the moderate price.  In fact we believe our other  lines of staple dry goods that  are just to hand will appeal as  favorably to shrewd buyers.  We specially emphasize:  ���������Flannelette  White, Grey, Colored  ���������Print  Light? and Dark shades.  ���������Ungava -Flannel  in check design.  ���������Cotton  Bleached and unbleached.  ���������Linen Toweling  ���������Ticking  In Flannelette we are rather overstocked, and in order  to effect a speedy clearance  wr have nriced it at figures  that certainly cannot be duplicated in town.  J. Kz  OHORLTON  TtzAtmsriE-ix Q*��������� viOi-iA/ c������  VIOLONCELLO  Terms on application.  Highest class tuition guaranteed.  e s s s e a s ^s  Better   BDfiTUEDe   tower  OKUInLnd  Prices  Service  fiiu! OilBSfS ������?5|  About Your  ness  "In talking In semie of  our  de-al-  >'i's in  Albert:-., ami also t.o Mr.    ���������i'  WJTin-.p'-g.   ihe-y   state;!I   thai   the  ���������      I   Nil  TT.  I)    UJ---J-  '. ?��������� ��������� ���������������������������     ;.���������.'  ' M.in.r.i.'i.  .-\f-r-M--'.  V li'ipWri'S t.J llle.ll  V.ii-k   is    absolutely    the*  ���������'���������:   -hijipi'i!  em'   df   llriiish  ejnaliiy   cannot   be  "Wi-    ��������� i'.i ii k    v> ui    fur  tin-    1 real. ���������  j * * * -1. *   ;. ���������>!!  hav.-   ���������/ive-n   us   litis   yc.ir.  \\"<*   ;l!'>-   \ 'TV     Wi'il    SUlistii-d.   illlli'l-d   ;  ..'.th     .is     I',    1 dc    seTvii'.'   yem     liuve  ...   n .i        ..,    . i:. ..      r  r* "  ' ��������� I    '   ' ' ���������     .'  i fi"    -iill.     :i ii' i     ri iiiNii'le'rai kmi      in  v  : r  :\r  ��������� ������������������: i ��������� i ��������� 111 i' i i i. miii   ..,' : !,.  (''���������i'l'..    ������������������'���������I' ll'iM !   ���������   ;���������!":..���������:::.;'  !.������.'>���������      ii   t\i'      il.l'!      (rll      Mill'       li'ini'.S      tills  V'-;. r.  'I'll.-   ;ili'i\'i'   a i'i-  *-\' I'jii-t-i    lY'ilM    ii'1  I i'l'',      i|i .111     ' I 1 iJ'e-i'.Mi I      li ��������� in--,    '.vi|. ,,   ! i  <rf\ lii'i-   In i" ! :���������������<!  nf     -rJJ'J     ���������    '   ���������!      :  ,,,.,,,1   ;.,���������,:,. ������������������      .,   ���������  I... .\ . .?,    .-    : ���������  ���������! ii'.i    i-���������     .mm    i���������\ ������������������r v     ���������. 111 | i; , i���������i      .i  I    | ���������... i i 111      \    i ��������� i. ��������� \  \'i i') r     I i;i l'!      ; i .  ���������'      i ���������>    /"'I     '-'-li t .  Iii'T.'-h.   :i ':e'J     i  t  I ,- i  ��������� i i  ��������� I i  iii'-   >.*;> ���������' .i I .v i i  i     Iii i i'i-1      in      I In-  \  I'l"        ','r j . |        /|(,| ii J/  i i ; n;/     . r i i  .      '/,< r ,i I  '���������.'II  V  'rill      i. 11 ���������. i 11  ���������.I'M,   i  ,e ���������  il  ,5r|NDER  the  present  system  of distributing   Fruit   products   an  vii    efficient selling organization is the greatest asset a fruit district  can have, and is absolutely essential to success.  That we possess such an asset is fully proven by the fact that  the Creston Fruit Growers Union, Ltd., has this season found market  for 14,000 crates of Small Fruits, 6000 crates of Plums, 2000 boxes of  Crabapples; these marketed in spite of the sugar shortage, and in  addition to 95 straight cars of Apples.  Out of this quantity not one pound of fruit was dumped lie-  cause of sugar shortage, nor one box of apples frozen in the warehouse, or in transit.  j)  i-pi  These figures measure up big when we recall what has happened  in other districts, and remember that two ycars ago our output of  Small Fruits wa.s 8000 packages; Plums 2400 crates ; Crabapples  H50 boxes; and the total Apples shipped only 24 cars.  Keep in mind, also, that this season your business has imported and distributed for your benefit $75,000 worth of supplies, which  includes $f)0,000 worth' of Flour and Feed.  We submit that the Creston Fruit. Growers Union, Ltd., is a  success, nnd as such deserves tlie support not only of every rancher  but of every citizen in the Valley.  We. submit further, that, the Union is a success solely because  of the support it nas received Irom the individual ranchers ; and will  continue successful only as long as it receives this support. What  we have done in the past, two years is nothing, compared to what we  will be called upon to do during thc coming two seasons,  Whether your soiling organization falls down or stands up  under lhc load will depend upon the support it gets lro?n the people.  ho not   expect   your   employees to fake a, greater interest in  .y-M|r bu in'-." ��������� than you do yourself.' They depend upon the, Union  " '.*'i< iiiwiiiin) wa-e-. \*ui Oe.pcuii upon it unci,her you iv,a;i/-- ii.  '"���������' '���������'"'     '"���������  v������'mc e'vj"lenee a.', a successful fruit, rancher.  'I 'In- lime- has come  for expansion.     We  must   pre part; for in-  K-a.'-el i->.|)ori,  .niel  can   jnsi   as  easily    at   the  same  time     prepare  ' c care <,f your iju-rea.-iii;;   , ���������,*,,,jir,'..i,,,..i,t ,s.      IT   IS  UP  TO  Till-:  ! "I  i>   \  L   ���������   I    '   ������    I    ( ,'   ������   >  -   iiiv-iwa   i-iii   ii   uiiovvi'iUi> i'.\iWi\,  ion.  this FEED  vs  We looked after your needs when  turnovers were slow, prices uncertain, and our time valuable in  other   departments Now    that  turnovers are quick, prices estah-  li.slied. and time not particularly  valuable you have the opportunity  givr-h you of supporting the other  fellow and le-tting y:>ur own employees stand idle. Remember  they are- not ein piece work, and  you pay them fill) time whether  y< u let the other fi-llow do the-ir  work or not.     lis YOU It husinesK.  * .i     i*i'      (���������  tiiurn   .no    i/iii;   1110   ill    .V'Mli  t^:,V*;i.������.'.KA'rrflmtt;ilfift'������*...H!',^'','������r'i':rr'i',. wrr-w.. '...* ,1 ;i.,'i.i0.rii.liiiJr.4 ^iJ.^Jn.i^iiliiA..  ������*'.-..*������WM.IW.w������-^'llirrA^ |*-i^;:,j!ffl^:j1li;y^  Klom  feed business. Purchases of Ihan  and Shorts aro regulated by the  mill:1, according to the- flour pur  chased. Why kill yrmv own feed  business by buying Hour from your  opposition.  Others advertise and,  no doubt.,  ���������:e>)l thiiir -il ibe winii������ price a'- the  , -   . .... ������ ....  I, iiK'ii, ii.iii tlir-) eniin' e Jii.*. ii.r  ye-iivs ii)/<i ihe-i'i- u'eiiilel hi- no hci-iI  for the Union to have a trading  de-|iart liie-ut. If ye>u buy fe-e-el elsewhere- in live- veniH linu- the l-iiion  Will   have>    M(,   o-Hiliiig   ilcpail liirnl.       M  Will Ihe're-  b<<  ne.e-et   for  it 7    ThinU      M  ;��������� , i H  y  '  ' H,\'*,J.';^,' t ' f ���������' *'^'''*'"l,i jV'jr^'j-'^e"*''** ^*;'r'-t ;-*i ,-f f^r',T '*!���������':; ��������� ' -'-'ty 1" *���������''"* WiVpVr.' 11 * /'t0*^* ^ i l*^ f U i*^itl������ y* Ml%a^ - (.^-#;,. <������*'������i ^tffl*������J f l?i> Jity HJ#4lfg  ^*,mW������J..rt������riJfa������r^..:lAJr^-J..-.������tl.U<J^^-..n^^M������..^.'���������.��������� -...0     ^.1 V ||1.[|||   ,   M'     ���������||,|||'|;||1|1,-|,|'|<||[|-,'    :   ���������   ���������      ��������� -'-    ��������� ������������������-���������'X  M  'i  .'HI  'A  il


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