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Array jv-'Sfe .:-.-:!������'  ������������������Or  %   *>.x  "^s  ,  Z9i:  '���������*Z-T0m-������k  m- ���������'H "%t H r  Vol. XI.  CRESTON, B. C., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1919  No. 40  1  *-~*am-  Oapt. Crompton of Creston was a  visitor here a couple of days last week  sampling the duck shooting at the  Landing, with excellent success.  Misses Marion Swanson and Muriel  Hobden of Creston were week end  yi.itors at Sirdar, guests of Mrs. Loasby.  The attention of Mayor Daly is called to the need of better- street lighting.  With extensive excavations by the  Davis Construction Co. travelling is  dangerous at nights j ust now. A well-  known passenger conductor had to be  rescued from one of these dugouts one  night recently, the way freight crew  headed by Aid* Bnlment forming the  rescue squad.  Sidrar school looks much better,  both outside and in, since it recieved.a  styiish new coat of paint.  Mrs. Jones of Kuskanook was a visitor here one day last week.   She reports  that the C.P.R. has agreed to  make   Kuskanook a regular  port of  -call, and that 19.20 will see the Sirdar-  morc. than a year ago, though hardly  .as ranch as was looked for by'commit-  in charge at Creston. Ranchers hereabouts are holding their tnotiey to put  into heeded improvements of various  sorts.  Local students at the Kootenay  Business College at Nelson made quite  a name for Alice Siding on .Friday  afternoon last when at aii Old-time  spelling match Harry Farrel was the  only student who went through the  contest without a misspelled word,  while Miss Bertha Pease was the yery  last to be counted out for bad spelling.  AX \ ��������� ������"*"��������� MX. <t-b E.X _.  ai -En  id Persona!  *���������*. v t������ ������������������������������*���������-"  highway completed*  Mrs. Grundy has quite a list of visitors at the C.P.K. Hotel this week, in .  eluding her father and mother, Mr.  and Mrs. Sinuster of Alice Siding, aud  her sisters, Mrs. Martin and Mrs. Lane  of Edmonton and Macleod respectively.  Mrs. Brewis, Mrs. Loasby Mr. Loasby  and Mr. Morris were Creston callers  on Monday. The latter was maEing  final returns on the Victory Loan canvass and we hear Sirdar bought abont  $3500 worth of the bonds.  The O. P.R. Hotel now has its own  heating plant. The place has also recently been repainted. Both improve,  loents ���������are' yeui-y���������'������������������'��������� i-tt^sh'^-ifcp^i^^ifttud.  and greatly improve the bouse..  . The Davis Construction Co. is making fair progress on the improvements  to C.P.R. property here, The foundation is in for the new water tank and  also for the new turntable, the latter  being uuloaded here a few days ago.  Work on the new roundhouse ir al.so  pretty well along.  Owing to the improvements under  way at the schoolhouse Sunday even  ing English Chinch seryice 'was held  at the dining room at the C.P.R. Hotel  and was well attended. Mr. J. Davis  presided at the organ, and the musical  seryice was enhanced by the vocal  n urn hers by Mr. E. Skryine.  Mrs. M. J. Boyd was a week-end  yisitor with friends in Kitchener.  The Presbyterian Ladies' Aid an-  nounee their 19l9.bazaar for Wednesday afternoon. Dec. 10th.  For Sale���������Two cows; one 3 years  and the other 5 years; will freshen in  January.    Paul Ofner, Wynndel.  Wanted���������Hogs, live or dressed, also  liye ducks. Dong Barney, Pacific  Restaurant, next drugstore, Creston.  Cockerels For Sale���������Purebred  White Wyandobtes, Dean strain, Vic-  tori:*., S2.50 each. . F. W. Ash, Creston.  " Inspector Junjguet of R.N.W.M.P.  headquarters afc"Ferrne- paid the local  red coat squad an official visit yesterday. Z  Miss Collinson, who recently arrived  from trie Old Country on a visit to  friends in Alberta, is at present a guest  of Mrs. Lyne.  Exchange obSell IS months old  Jersey-Shorthorn'heifer, heavy milking strain, $75, or young beef. Apply  Chas. Moore, Cregton.  For* Sale���������Dojuble top buggy, in  good shape. Alsodrivingmare weighing about 11000, iand a, black pinto  pony.    M. Olsen, Creston.  Mr. and Mrs. Beninger arriyed from  Weyburn, Sask.; this week, and will  .pend some time with the latter's  pcrefits, Mr. and Mrs. Cameron.  The mild weather with rain that has  pi-evailed the past week has enabled  ranchers to reshme fall work, and a  number of them are busy ploughing.  Mrs. St.Jean has resigned  at sece-  tary of the Creston Women's Institute  and the position for the balance of the  This. Jj rathec-less tl^an a year \ year will b&fill^^ Mrs. R. Thurston.  ago,-r'iue .-".iitireiy-'l.'i^'^ihfe*''v'"������a'it>-'i4iaiL''r' ���������-���������    ���������--*���������-��������� *-*���������������������������>���������.  Cecil Moore, who hiy* been employed  here all season, has gone back to Alice  Siding at which point he will take out  200.000 feet of logs, on contract for the  Wynndel Box Factory.  Tom and Nels. Banistad were looking up friends here last week, prior to  their starting on a trip to the old  home in Norway, where they-will remain for the winter. Since early fall  they have been working at Kitchener,  Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hagen got away  on Wednesday on a trip to Spokane,  where "be*1** wi-1 visit friends.for a- few  days.  The staff of employees of Winlaw &  Son have about deserted Wynndel.  They are now getting ready for bush  operations on the firm's limits .in the  Erickson country,  Agdance is announced for Saturday  night at the clubhouse, to which the  usual hearty welcome is extended all  to attend.  D. .T, Dewar reports the sale of Victory Bonds   in   this section ��������� close to  is the local agent and will be pleased  to book your order.  Final returns on the sale of Victory  Bonds show that the Valley bought  $92,000 worth of these securities, representing about 200 buyers. A year  ago 180 purchasers took up $48,000  worth.  The second ration of sugar the Valley has had in over two months came  in yesterday, and storekeepers report  a yery busy day selling it out in five-  pound lots. Each store got about 600  pounds.  A little extra prosperity is in evidence this week, due to the fact that  Secretary Constable has mailed the  cheques covering the prizes won at  this year's fall f.air.       About $400 was  JVir.*x.,���������i-r-A  UIOUUiCl_L|r  Prizes.for the hard times masquerade which is billed for Friday, Nov.  28tb, may be seen in the drugstore  window. It will be held in the Peekin  theatre, with dancing to start at 8 p.m.  $1.50 per couple.  Mr. Obrey of Cardston, Alta., arrived here on Saturday with a carload of  milch cows, which he is disposing of  in the Valley. There are eighteen  head of then?. He is stopping with  Mr. and Mrs. C. Olsen.  Oab*d of Thanks���������The Sisters of  Charity of St. Eugene Hospital, Cranbrook, wish to express their sincere  thanks to the citizens of Creston  Valley, who so generelusly contributed  fresh fruits for the hospital.  Owing to the inability   of   outside  Sold $92,000.00  Victory Bonds  Approximately 200 buyers; with  $92,000 worth of bonds taken is the  rather tidy showing the Creston Valley made in the Victor-y Loan 1919  which closed on Saturday night, after  a three-weeks' selling campaign, during which time all points in the Valley  were vigorously canvassed for buyers  of these excellent securities.  As compared with 1918 bond sales  this year's buying is rather rennia,**k-  able. A year ago there were about  180 buyers whose - average was  S260 per buyer, while for 1919 the  average works out at $460 per buyer.  Following is a statement of the bonds  sold in the different denominations:  $  50 Bonds 54  100  *-X  .    80  <0*\r\  Z*J*J  ss       _21  300  tt   10  400  It  6  500  -i    ���������.._ ....29  nr~f\  IVU  1000  ~-  ...._  16  1500  ~~   _   1  CV/ViTX/V  4,4,  A  3000  ~-  i  5000  .-      _  2  3,000  -t    1  At the start of the campaign the  local central eonrauttee worked out a  quota for each canvassing disrrict. and  it is satisfactory to kuow that with 1  exceptions all of them went away over  the top, with speeial mention due  Kitchener where Messrs. McGonegal  and McCowan between them wrote up  speakers   to   get   here   the   Forward   in the neighborhood of $8000.    Honor-  Movement public meetings announced  for this week in the Presbyterian  Church had to be cancelled. They will  probably stand over now until January.  ranchers are preparing to invest their  surplus cash in irrigation systems and  other- improvements.  Monrad Wigen has a small crew of  men working up Duck Creek taking  out some timber he has purchased  there.  McMahon   of   Port  hii ye    Spent    tho  Mrs. and Miss  Arthur,  Ont., w  past month with Mr. and Mis. S. A.  Speers  left for home on Webnesday.  Just a few days left in which" to  place your order for- the Christmas  number of Gold Stripe.    Jack Smith  Caotle Fob SALie^TbO^  registered Shorthorn bull. 5 young  caws, 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.  MSSce SieffSBSgg   '  E. Jackson, who has been holding  down his recently aequired ranch near  W. Barraclough's, left this week for  Kitchener, where he will speiul the  next few months in the Paulson Co.  employ.  Morgan Pease left on Sunday on a  shoi;t holiday trip with friends in Nelson.  The past couple of weeks has seen  considerable activity in Lhe moving  line. Tom Ross Iiuh come te-������ Alice  .Sid ng to reside, taking the house at  the rear of the A. Miller ranch. Mrs.  MeOoae-h and family have moved from  tho Todd place th the former Divine-  residence, while T. Tvevelyan now  occupies the Compton cottage lately  vacated by Mr. Summon-).  C'-;-;- ���������"���������"*'*   in/plrir"  Mnin'ii   liyiv fetuss-t oil  "    - 0 .  to have taken a contract from the  WynneV-1 ���������-���������-���������v fnetovy timit nnilt-kiel  about 200,000 feet of Iogn on the 11,  Palmer place Llii.s winter, and will  Htart operations very shortly.  ttilMMWM  IWMMMMW  y  DANCING at 9 p.m.  Drteao  or fharrioet' rndiimnQ  %3~    llfflj Mum   <ywwu_BBawW  il4������4*l*������l|l>������������4������>!|(W������ail_������4^^  ^���������������������������������������������a-^  Dii-k ami .lacK Hmilii hcc-iii m in-  having better luck than e-yer this m-ii-  son at gooHe idiooting, ITp to the end  ol hint week they hat. taken about a  ilo/.en tm-.'--. -.-acli,  ���������jijUlie* owner.-, an-getting more 'ij.ui  uniiiouii an t������i the where-abouts eif .������.  number eif young uteu-k "1._ia not been  see-iii   t.in.-e-    being   taken   He*   the-   hiUt. i  <���������..������!>' thi'.. .'.Miusn'-i'. Fi-'-m tlsei "en-lion I  .'.lioiit *10 ;.nini..!.'��������� mc u*. yj>������ imacr-nun- I  le-el for, fifteen  of which heft-long to one |  ll.tltry. \  m;....    p.,,1.....     ''.,H;.     |,���������,1     ,,,,   ,,h.,,,4.t  !  -���������.���������..-oOp'   <i|    I u'l.u y    i.u.10   i'.'.ii      -lj>.;iit*i_.   1  &������$. "ft  ~^^^mm      ^MMMk. U^Lk  m\~ad-mx-~- s3BSSstt&ff~si&s������ S0t  able mention is due Lister, also, where  Messrs. Stone and Layton roiied np a  total sale of well oyer $3000, while W.  H. Morris was not far short of again  placing Sirdar in the $5000 class de-  j spite the fact that there was no "'outside-' capital-available as in I91S.  And'speaking of butsfde capital re-  minds'that yery littleof it was secured  at any of the points in the district.  Traveller Binns was nicked for $400,  while C. R. Walker, the urbane circulation getter for the Nelson Daily  News, demonstrated that paper's interest in all Kootenay, by swelling  Creston's quota by tbe purchase of a  fairly good sized bond.  Another noteworthy feature of the  selling is that fully 90 per cent, of the  bonds were paid for spot cash, very  few being taken on the five months'  payment, plan, and practically none at  all tin tbe ten months pay scheme.  That great things were expected of  Creston Valley i.s evidenced in the  quota of $."*������0-000 which was fixed for  here-. Last year with a half billion  loan being floated this section was  only asked f.������i $10,000. In 1910 with a  floatation- of only $300,000,000 the  Valley quota was raised a matter of  $10,000 instead of being lowered in  proportion te> the h-sner amount asked  from all Canada. Kaslo which was  asked for $-10,000 I91S was only asked  for tbe same amount this year.  While lhe splendid success of the  effort is in the last analysis due to tho  exceptionally liberal buying by tho  genetral public, it is not putting it too  Nirong to say that from Chairman  llenditri-on elown the loan was hand-  li'il he-re* hy the hest *-epuul * if eauvass-  ern that- i-otild po.*������.-ib!y he eho.seii -at;  the result amply iindicutos, and which  is also revealeel in the uniform Hutis-  factory showing on the iueliviilnti)  canvassi'iH return** made to he.ulejuut 1-  er_..    Nor are we toe> ineule.pt to insist  i     ll...! *   \,,. Tlllt tV.4.r.4 -X ^  \'f, 1-|   144| ���������! It       .4*411, ...  1  ���������    ������������������ ...  I iise-el in The Review was ult-ei a contri-  i hut ing faet.'f to lhe sucev-ss of the-  | loan loeally. On the ivturnt-* it is  j innele a|������pai-i*iit that ufl������M* tlu- appear-  I a nee of the first of ihe t wei aelvt**. bond  j miles wei*e speedeel up wonderfully.  J The Prince of Wale-H flag!** awinvleil  all eli'iti 'nl ** ae-hie'ving their eiuota  I cainc to liiiml ou Saturday, but the*ie  ' '!>��������������������������� p-iill feiur i-ii*sl*. lo cijiiji' for it, ji  | <re.it   he-imr u\-.u ele<l  for every 2i> pe*>-  ikH-llt.      i'i     liiHn!:-     -���������.!.!     iu   .'\r.i'-..-..   oflhe  qilut il.  I  wliieli iiicliii-ules suipp^ir.  * f" T1 T"** ��������� *,I>'-**M1'   ���������  kJT-ltX  *4.i**l UK  hr-" VK*V4-".l".  ta-x          m *s'ur*..  ,i ��������� , ���������   * sot"     "���������*" " '*"         ' The alien fiiemy ii.i criuiM-iil i-.iiiip  'nf, Vi-inei!) :*��������� he*in(.������ miule e^e etf for ji  ' ni-w   pui p<������M������������   .tt _ jitch'-ni.     Liiht week  ,.J,.P,.,,        l>lll..l|f\    I4.il   ���������.      .4...,,-      Il.T.li.-ll     lllCI'1-  i t,i> await  t he i-nticln: ioi������ 'if de-port at ion  ���������i" *������������������ ���������'.������������������ ��������� ���������  H-.H.V14 040.rm7.m7.    I   ������ HNlrMl44.44P4.^4M4.444444W.44.l  '^^���������^'aa^'**^  ������w-#.������*������twwft--rwBwi>^^  ������b������*mm_^^  .J4^4Ai4^.ru(a������liw^ji^.1|M|lt8tfc^ri|![1.||t.||r|ff|||  mmmmmmmmiim4iitmr~  -LZJ^x]������������rz.  ~< spoaiSS  twgmwii  SHE     BEVIEW,     CHJSSTON,  i  Does It Hurt You  To Bend Over?  j This is a Sign of Kidney Wcafc-  | ness. But Can be  Quickiy  Cured  a squat creature rnuf-l r*iiftI2I"$.  mil?  fUif IIP_������&!  Don't give up! You can be cured  and made well again.  That backache and dragging^ weariness can be stopped for all time._  Thosc sharp attacks when bending  over, and that lameness in the morning  can  also be  overcome.  Every ache and pain due to kidney  weakness will disappear quickly once  you start to use Dr. Hamilton's Pills,  a marvellous remedy long ago made  famous by its strange healing effect  upon  the kidneys and liver.  Don't wait till that dragging pain  in the loins grows worse. Start the  ���������.-.tire today  CaixICS-  fled to the chin in rags, the other an  officer. Screaming with the hope of  despair, he sprang upon the former,  struck his weapon aside, and dashed  the butt of his rifle into the swarthy  face. And then, as he flung himself  upon thc other, the moonlight struck  upon the face of his antagonist, and  Ruggles * gave a cry of recognition.  It was the Balkan gentleman to  whom hc had sold a pair of shoes in  the   Paris  store.  "1 know youi" he roared. "I'll  send you where you won't need any  bunion stretcher!"  The wavering call of Turkish  bugles was borne down pulsating on  the flaws of the gusty wind.    There  Delay will mean swelled ankles and j;������������ ������ ?Tui���������������f !*!! ^V"/������ ������*  limbs, sharp rheumatic pains in# the , 'Allah 1 Allah 1" and the rush of many  muscles and joints, and other painful   feet  32U.tt.mi   IAib \.l--U-A*~-~~-m  FROM AUTUMN COLDS  The jf'all is the most severe season  of the year for colds ��������� one day is  warm, the next is wet ana cold, and  unless the mother is on her guard the  little ones are seized with colds that  may hang on all winter. Baby's Own  Tablets^ arc mother's best friend in  preventing or banishing colds. They  act as a gentle laxative, keeping the  bowels and stomach free and sweet.  An occasional dose will prevent  colds, or if it does come on suddenly the prompt use of the Tablets will  quickly relieve it. The Tablets are  sold by medicine dealers, or by mail  at 25 cents a box from The Dr. Williams' Medicine Co., Brockville, Ont.  symptoms as -well,  If you are always tired, have co- -  tinuous headache, dizzy spells^ :; .1  specks before your eyes or ringing  noises in the ears���������these are common  symptoms that warn you "of the im-  me'diate need of Dr. Hamilton's Pills  of Mandrake and Butternut. Sold in  25c boxes.  rff  Filling Mi   "-\\\  _    J'-raT-V**  -* b ww a n  V   V     4_kM.   AT\it\a  ��������� by ������������������*  HENRY G. ROWLAND  Ruggles did not hear. The  moon blazed on his pallid face as he  lay unconscious across the body of  his late client, the Bulgarian gentleman.  CHAPTER XI.  On the sunny terrace of what had  formerly been a royal "palace on the  Asiatic side of the Bosphorus, an old  man, with snowy hair aird beard and  II  Copyrighted. Printed by special  arrangement with  Thos. Alien,  Toronto.  (���������wOntmuea..  Strong, supple, quick of thought  and action, he raged like a young  wolf beset by a pack of clumsy curs,  and when presently his bayonet was  torn from its fixtures he gripped the  piece by the muzzle and lashed about  lum  like a blond demon.  Then suddenly the moon gashed its  way through the black curtain of  cloud, and Ruggles saw vaguely that  he had to do with but two of his en-  ian bullet had so shattered his ankle  that only thc skill of Lord Pembroke  had prevented amputation," and the  young man was destined to limp for  the rest of his life. This wound, with  three others, he had received in his  desperate defense of Colonel Hamid  Pasha.  Ruggles found the desired poem  and read it slowly in his clear, pleasant voice. It is a rather curious fact  that the vocal tones of the Turks are  more ���������similar to those of English-  speaking   people   than   those   of  any  a skin the color of antique ivory, re  clined upon the silken cushions of his other nationality. Hamid Pasha, to  chaise-tongue and listened with quiet J whom the English and French Ian-  pleasure to thc verses of Swinburne  guages were as familiar as his mother  which were being read aloud by his  companion*.���������  C������T>������_ _       __. -..t.. Jl.       __C      -.���������-.  j. ue   siui in-wiims   ui   ptycS  Blow through me and cease,  The war-wind that rages,  T>1-_ -.  ;-.LS     .-.C    0747~r.m, *S  A. a*c   o_-.pi *ii������    pnuniu.   v*.   jjw������l.p.   There was a delicately perfumed  spring wind wafting from Therapia  across the Straits, and Colonel Hamid Pasha prayed that it might be  fraught with peace. No one glancing  at the sere and yellow -skin stretched  like parchment over the lofty, benevolent features of the old man could  doubt but that it would at least bring  peace to him, for the coming change  was written plainly there, and the  dark, luminous eyes held that ex  pression of slightly troubled curios  ity sometimes to be seen in the eyes  _ ^ssjloraBoyk������ ]  1 Tells How Cuticura  Mealed Her Pimples  tongue, listened to tbe reading with  quiet pleasure. Ruggles had a natural lingual facility and read tvith  smoothness and expression. These  exercises had been for several weeks  m pleasant feature of their convalescence. Hamid Pasha's -wound was in  the liver and still open. Ruggles had  all healed, but Pembroke limited his!  physical activity. .  Ruggles. read on. He had developed a love of poetry during his convalescence, and gave to his diction  a lilting quality which his kindly host  found most harmonious and soothing. Hamid Pasha slept very little,  but of recent days he had fallen more  and more into the habit of long periods of semi-somnolence, during  which his body became numb while  his mentality was clear and tranquil,  of a dying man or a prospective mo-l it was the approaching dissolution  ther whose hour is_ upon lien   _Yet between the physical and the spiritual  I il-.A������ ** ** " ""*  i  "My face was very itchy at first,  end after that it wa3 covered with  /���������"*���������*"���������_*->.   pimples that disfigured it  ^tu\ badly.    The pimples were  %%& "*��������� R) hard and red and they -were  **-\^./ small, anel the_y were st-at-  Pp~^j> tt-xed .all ovear my fat** and  **-***������r/T   weresoitchylhadtosea'atch  ���������*������"    atid I could not sleep.  "These bother<_d me ne_arly a year  before I us������-*d Cuticura Soap and Oir-t-  n.e_nt and when I had used five cakes  cf Cutienira Soap and five boxes of  Cutitmra Oi^tmpint  I was hp������led."  (Signed)    Miss   Flora  M.   Boyko,  Gardt-nton, Man., Dcx. 25,1918.  Having obtained a clear healthy  skin by the use of Cuticura, keesp it  cle-ar by using the Soap for all toilet  *D\:rT--se3, assisted by touches of  Ointment as need-id. Do not fail to  ir.clu.'A the exquisitely scented Cutl-  Icura Talcpira in yciir toilet prepara-  v'or.s.    Splendid after bathing.  Fw fr** ������.*u*!**y>e .eael. of Cuticura SoaOj Olnt-  . X, Bo������Ve'n., 0. I*. A.-"    Iir.!.! everyWhero.  J  ere serene, for the old Ottoman had been true to his God, his  country, and himself, and felt that  he had naught to fear.  "Read the 'Super Flutnina^Babylo-  nis,' my son," said he. "I recall a  stanza which has frequently been expressed in our poetry:���������  " 'On the mountains of memory, by  the world's wellsprings,   .  In all men's eyes,  Where the light of tbe life of him  is on all past things^  Death  only  dies.'"  At. his elbow, Ruggles turned the  pages of the beautiful copy of Swinburne's "Songs Before Sunrise,"  which .an English friend of Hamid  Pasha, who knew the old Ottoman's  love of poetry, had sent him from  thc limited edition. Like his host,  Ruggles was propped in his chair  with many cushions of silk and embroidery, and rare Bokhara and  Rhodes. A crutch lay at his side,  anel one foot was still enveloped in  ]".;nidaj*"e!s. Ruggles was never to  mount liis whe**ol again, for a Bulgar-  ONLY TABLETS  "BAYER"   ARE  MARKED  ASPIRIN  Not A'.:.i>irin :Z  m~r%.,  \    Pr.<  ~s������?Zxr'4m  .vitiirtut tlie ''Bayer Cross"  zzzpVK fe^vim^ #*;A  r-&~  'p.     S/   M .���������.vV'Mj.'W,  \fi 11 W,P-  J\  **���������*..  //  "*\  'V  % yj  Old Age Deferred  BY DR. LEE H. SUITS.  Business men who must speed up tho works and make businen  boom during these days���������after the war���������must recognize the neaes-  sity of keeping fit. When mind is befogged, when you have duS  headaches or feel logy, when not "up to snuff," keep the bowels  free with a mild laxative. In the morning take a tepid sponge batfe  (cold water may be used if it does not chill), follow with a brisk rate  down; ������ sufficient "setting up" exercise in good air until you are ia  a warm glow.   Have' you tried it lately?  Don't let the poisons accumulate in the intestines either, but try  a dose of castor oil the first thing on arising, or a pleasant laxativs  occasionally, such as one made up of May-apple, aloin and jalap, rolled  into a tiny sugar-coated pill, and sold in every drug store as Dr���������  Pierce's Pleasant Pellets. Then a cup of hot water before breakfasw,  and you'll feel better than a'king! H you continue in life thus, yoig  can pass a Life Insurance examination at sixty.  If you wish to prevent old age coming on too soon, or if you wanfe  to increase your chances for a loag life, you should drink plenty cf  soft (rain) or distilled water -daily between meals. Then procure at tho  drug store Dr. Pierce's Anurio (anti-uric-acid). This "Anuric'-" drives  the urio acid out and relieves backache and rheumatism, as well as  kidney trouble. Anurio dissolves urio acid as hot tea dissolves sugar.  and  Hamid Pasha knew  it and was  glad.  Now, as Ruggles read on, the old  Osmanli Turk looked out across the  vivid blue of thc deep-flowing Bosphorus and thought of many things.  No doubt his mind dwelt most upon  his religion, which was of the orthodox faith of Islam, but not bigoted,  or, when all is said, particularly devout in outward demonstration. He  prayed when it pleased him, and  where, and the call of a muezzin from  a minaret did not always bring him  to his knees, for which he had been  at times severely censured. Hamid  Pasha was a freethinker and a man  of the world. He found all religions  good, and the lack of any more bestial and stupid than fraught with any  especial danger of hell fire. For him  God was God, and while Mohammed  was his prophet, it was quite possible  that he might through the ages have  found need of other prophets, such as  Grahrua and Confuscius 'uid Zoroaster and Jesus Christ.  Hamid Pasha was childles*"-, and  this 'fact bad been the sorrow of his  declining years. Earlier in life he had  taken wives in accordance with the  laws of the Koran and Ottoman social ���������"���������.ustorn, but these marriages proving unfruitful, he had divorced his  womenkind, amply providing for  them. He was enormously rich, hav-.  ino- inherited ������-5* tat "*���������.-*��������� in l-Vypt rind  stock in lhe Suez Canal. The Egyp-  tiai\ property he had converted into  cat'h, which he bad invested, with pro-  digious r.ub.se*-(*ucnt. profit, in thc oil  fields of Ihiiouni, at. Ihat time undeveloped. SUM later, be had dicnoc*-/!  of these holdings and reinvested  through his London bankers in Brit-  !:*.!, A.f_'!,':in. Anient."Mi and other tc-  rnrilic'i. Oddly enough, he was the  holelcr of large blocks of American  industrial  .len-.Us.  It  r   - r,,|,*���������  I'  Vd'iA'.ti ���������(.������    Sr>.\ir nl - i r.ii'Vj*'/..   w]i\Ai   . i.r.l ;iiu*������   j i.iu.ili'l it  Ai  nu,   I .in-Ill.:- j/<>  (..-ll  ���������ialj. *,  'n>������*ji    von   ii r������  i.tiiji'   I  (ml  i   i in i  t i.r ' r.*/1* mrt*������.  **u-; Am|������i������ju-- eiji*     (/������������������jiuiih-     .A>i>ii!ij     ijuo-  .   i...i,'..  !    ..I!.;,   il..;   ������������������.i'i!..'..!   t<y   j.ii / -,.i' I ..ij   i'.ij-   i.-..���������_������������������   .jju.i-  ;on    <r->  in,!.:   Ui.ui)/ \ Ir.i-u    yrittn        Now    uuidn    in   <'tttltuift.  j      H;.wly I.'... U.te.t <���������..!.!itlftbiif ll! lab-  1 Hi. yj-C     Tjttjtrtt-i     Ut | M.������   i:.j������t  Imt. a t<-vt  e.i'fiti.     iJriltfg'iit a  ,.;.'..."    ;..    u.*    ..P....A....    ��������� lAj..." Al'..:  -...Al   Ut^-.i   'lb;n"   j.u-Uuge---..  1 up-vrn  im r**a*y nssn  massiriitn-d-'mm-fti*'"���������Vwu  ttstxmx mmyr  ''-"tituynr-  *p.',*T*r. "��������� Din  .r'j.Ii* rn������r*.'   < rr r,\t*r.r-<\ In  i?������ fiMit. >  lit !(������*/>/-  M ������riiif������i.i u>-������  _f  Klono-  f!:  'M'  I ' . . 1.  .ever !*���������*  .nrn*,ual  man, 1ml he  was 'SCiisuoua to  lhc iJdint of ae.-sihclii;i.-'iii.    His plca-  '.'..' i*   I.iy  ii.   . ut'.h  lliiiijib \iw  thi-  Ziy;hi  Sold by Groeesa  everywhere���������it*  2, S. 1CL ami  20 poucd tinsk  A golden stream of  Crown Brand Corn  Syrup 13 the most  delicious touch you  ���������    -   *t> _    ��������� - -  CcuTi giVS SO * ������aJ..pC������iie55  In the Kitchen, ther������  ���������_.    _      i ������. IS   jS"   IS   &   CUll������lrt������������l "CtUi   X4-K  Crown Brand Corn Syrup  for making puddings,  candies, cakes, etc������  Sad the day when you are  too big to enjoy a slice of  bread spread thick with  Crown Brand!  Could that day ever come?  Ward it off! Grace youtf  table daily with a generous  jug of Cro*.vn Brand Com  Syrup, ready for the dozen  desserts and dishes  it will truly "crown".  i~a  n ti ���������  -urn  -iiinminr-iii���������iin..rni4i,.������ .4 ������������������'.'^t.' ������������������.������������������.. .'imm'.; .M ��������� i. ri 'r.' ��������� ,tt .���������[���������������������������.���������.������fii.w.i__iiw-<A4_*iii_������_jii*T_������*i_M^.ww������_^_4_  J9a_L������WMW'i-4__MBC4^^  Limiteed  Mo-atrcaS  'Itt  SMITH GOT WISE  A sore corn, he said was bad eii-  oughj but to have it stepped on was  the limit. He invested in a bottle of  Putnam's Painless Corn Extractor,  and now wears a happy smile. Corn  is gone���������enough said. Try Putnam's  Extractor, "iSc at all dealers.  Jt.'iyipf"  i   .1 ,.i!  i.i.  a /  mifii  u*������l.if   >!iip  jr'ilU'n   ujfulimt   trunJIU  tx. et.* 'r������i,ir.i������ ..f iijj,/*r '"4iu.t>_u.y  ��������� x   ti). ,4, -j i, -   t-\t .������* -*  Ileal*���������Keep your Hye������  "Stiona und Healthy. II  thcy Tire, Smart, Itch, or  ��������� ���������^-rVytr-C-- Murr.. II Soref. Initated.  H-OiLlH ������L������r_0i Inflmmf-d or Gmmilnteferl,  u������o Murine often. Safe for Infant or Adult  #u mU vi~uh\.\_ in Cuimdu. Wrlre tor Free*  F.yr HnoV.  Mi������rl-if Co������������fi**!-, ���������Wfi������fi������������W. S. ~\*  of his almond trees in full blossom,  or the odor of the jasmine which  clothed the columns surrounding his  Persian fountain, whereof the basin  was composed of ancient tiles, each  of which would have been found  worthy of a urlar.s easr in the* Mu<tr/������  Gulmct. Their traceries were partly  hidden by delicate moss of a vivid  green, which the gardener was pei*-  mitted to remove only in certain  spoto.  Hamid Pasha loved also music, poetry, nnd the dance. To entertain  Kucstt he had fioH'Ctimeu broii-jlit  gypsy troupea from their inalhalluh  In  4C-'tamboiil.    Tie loveel :d������o the 11111-  .-.-.* ,..,,..-      r, f     ���������!..      fir   r-^i.r. -,...     .w'f".  and no ft spectaclr the mosques and  miuureta of Stamboul aflame iu the  tuininier Hiuirisc with ancient Aula  Sophia rearing its bulbous domett  above th-* mornijijj mist like bubbles  of (fold awcliinK upward irom u caJ-  drou 01 ullvcr. A bite into the hmrc  of    z. z\v~    t-Tn-zt--.z\t    crisp aed  sparkling:, or a fish taken from th������t  deep, cold waters of the Bosphor-u*  where it lapped the wall of his estate*,  marked the extreme of his pleasure  as a Kourmct. Heavy foods he abominated, as he did also alcohol, tobacco, and other noxious poisons, "vp/itla  all forms of i_.ross, physical indulgence.  TCeen of inteilii**-e*nce, le*nrned, fearless in battle as a Bashi-Bazouk*  gentle in hla household, a poet at  heart, uud a man of deep, broud, iuu-  damental religion���������-suc!i was Ilamld  Pasha.  (To Be Continued.)  M~-vv\M*fv.      fi!     ]nP������-X,lt~mmmmm,  tkX4tm2d^r%^T*.iiii.Tml ,-jfe  mmWm%Td*mfmm**eS&&mW%i^  ���������~***������a_^^4^^  m  KGM-   ���������   ' iiWM.ml    H������_m  V. No Matter Whether  -COLT���������JACK  SPOHN'S  DISTEMPER  GQWPQWWB  is as effective in the treatment oi one as of tlie etber tec DISTEMPER, PINK EYE. INFLUENZA, COUGH cr COLO. Tho  stallion in thc stud, the horse in the field or oa thee road, and  the baby colt are aii protected from disetase by aa oce������aion_i cose.  Buy from your drugBist. ���������-*. ! The  seed     was one of  the  SPOKN MEDICAL COMPANY.   GOSHEN. INDIANA. U.S.A.  do not^-2^     ******  fear  caughs, ^Wgs k������vj  colds  and   allied ^Z^'mOZ  ���������complaints.    For  vS'���������- Jrf  oven* 60 years they  a --%mm  have rdied on     ^    *mBsT / A  Yearly Ceremony to be Held  The "Journal ������fficiel," the French  ^porfi  ..x-~���������:���������___���������; \r-iir<J.-l ���������m'+.-.������r-^^-r..rr*:;z'..x-l*.r-^0r-r \r  .-'���������-' ��������������������������� .-.'c.-w-;. "���������������������������'.;���������-������������������__.- '���������* ^rtw'>^-__.!__C-i''   '7\&������y-. !'.���������,"������������������ t.KJ'-Ayi^xr-i  hf^~p*$- ?-r?::pi ���������;..���������^.'frOfeVr?-���������"*&>**:������������������*-<_tt' ?^-������ SS  for prompt results. With the lowered'  strength and vitality of age thecy realize  more than ever before the importance  of having Gray's Syrup on hand for  kasaeeiiate use. gs  f"������������y always buy tha Larga Slia  Montreal    D. WATSON ft CO .    JVew Foi* j  Sentley, Alberta, reports a large  yield of wheat. From 90 pounds of  seed hc harvested 72 bushels of grain;  Seager  "Wheeler grains-���������Red Bobs. It was  with wheat of this strain., thaf Mr.  Wheeler ��������� won the first prizes and  1 sweepstakes for wheat at Peoria in  1917 and at Kansas City in  1918.  Government organ, has published the  text of a law providing that in every  commune in France a ceremony shall  be held yearly on November 1 and 2  Don't Submit to  Asthma.���������If you  suffer without hope of breaking    the  chains which bind you, do not put off  another day the purchase of Dr. J. D.  in   memory  of  the  soldiers  who  fell  Kellogg's Remedy.    A trial will drive  during the great war.  DON'T NEGLECT  RHEUMATIC P  THS   f-sSW   FRENCH   REMeBYa  THERAFlQtMimS  Bo. I for Bladder Oat-xrrh    Wo J for Blood &  ~mV~ Xtliti-ut-j*   Ho. i for cnatfonlo -"_���������; _&K_aaE68.  KLDBTt-S-kPlNOCHEMISTS. PRICE it! F.M<JL*ND^B.  1 LBCbKRcMed Ca.,Havantaektti.,N WX.Looaaa.  ISl TftADB   MARKED   WORD   ' THEKAPION      16   ON  BUT OOVI  8TAMI> AFFIXED TO GBMUINg rACKSTO.  after   it   with    Sioan'f  Linirnent before il gets  erous  jaway all doubt as to its efficiency.  ���������The sure relief that comes will con-  jvince you more than anything that  jean be written. When help is so sure,  jwhy suffer? This matchless remedy  is sold by dealers everywhere.  Always put off until tomorrow the  revenge you could accomplish today.  ProdMeftfloim PEasmis ������r& The  Minard's Liniment Cures Distemper.  A weak-minded man is always the  most headstrong^  Apply a little, don't rub, let it penetrate,   and���������good-by   twinge 1      Same  pSttTio,  9X1 opauo.  stiffness of joints or muscles, lameness, bruises.  Instant relief without mussiness, or  soiled clothing.    Reliable ��������� the biggest  selling liniment year after year.  Economical   by   reason   of  enormous  ������������������k*3 CQftHfS H-t-t-t CDmnCli^S. isa.es.    Keep a bis bottle ready at all  A tare, rA.abU reo������iattn9 j !*���������."������.    Ask your druggist for Sloan's  tnedictne. Sold ia t~tmt> det* ; Liniment.    35c, 70c, $1.40.     Made in  . .__-      -*     -00X.0-~.0x.   __._���������. "fcT��������� ������������       ������TI  -.    *    ~m ���������  No. a. "53; No. 8. ������5 p-������* bos. p-**nao;������-  Bold by all -dragirista, ~t sent'  ((.repaid oa   receipt,   -t   pric~��������� ���������  =?-raa      s*.=.mT5*-{fl������ Address S !  THE COOK MEDICINE CO*  ���������SStSSTQ^ SS7.  ���������_?������������*������-,. *irutaf.}  00 YGI! WANT TO KNOW  tha facts about SHOBTStORN C&TTLS T  Tb* breed top tho farmer or rancher. Writ* ������ho Sae-  fatary to-day for FREE PUBLICATIONS, oat) _���������������  Smmr Bans ������a wHS? uco waliius list.     * |  ~SZ~i'.D~jZ-m~Z ~-   '  Otiaipta. Oat  I ftnuiuiAH ���������unarunaH  W. A. Dry den, Pres.  I  ���������mSsric***. s Pioscftr  Dog Remedies  BOOK.  ON  DOG    DISEASES  and  How  to  Feed **-*  Mailed     Free    to    any  Address  by  tbe  Author        ___  H.   CLAY   GLOVER  CO.,   INC..  iia    Wc;}    3*tat-atreet. i  ' "Net*   York.  USA  ^���������ii-ui-m-u-  -St-tLDlLil & 1  FOLLOWING INFLUENZA  iFarrris? Yes, in popular language; but in reality, Production Plants. The Western Canada farmer of today is a  business man of great importance, and his Waterman's Ideal  Fountain Penis characteristic of his progressive farming.  Its unfailing readiness to write everywhere and anywhere is an indispensible cdnvenience-~taking all the bother  out of writing, saving time and enabling him to do better  work.   There is daily use in your "Production Plant" for a  )mt&2n!%H  !���������������������������->   m-H-^^0-**  >-npfi<lji"U_l-Iim'������������iige'-rii~  -"nnnrngri������B>>������>ii   ft iii  rj   -   r  Kecora in  l  s snipping j  -f j|/t  Sia may be ugly but it undertands  the art ef beauty culture.  Minard's "Liniment Co., .L-imitca.  Gentlemen,���������In July, 1915. I was  thrown from a road machine, injuring my hip and back badly, and was  obliged to use a crutch for 14  months. In Sept., 1906. Mr. Wm.  Outridge, of Lachute, urged me to  try MINARD'S LINIMENT, which  I  did  with  the most satisfactory re  __>t-_������������ :*th Car* Qnlv Be "Resrained By  007. .0���������0^ .00 -.0X1���������0 70,  --���������J ���������7- ���������7 ��������� fxm.-- - ��������� .0        ��������� ^  Enriching the Biood  Following a widespread epidemic  of influenza, general debility is on the  increase, and its effects may be noticed in the worn, listless appearance  of so many of the men and women  you meet. Influenza always leaves  behind it impaired vitality, Snu Wltri  the modern conditions- of life, that  use up nerve force so rapidly, general  debility becomes one of the most  common maladies.   The symptoms of  J ^m.-*..    ������������������.���������.       tx...     *.._... trw mr*r.    .d.    r,lit,r.4r^  UCUllllJ.      V������1J,    Xdxvx     ,*prntp..p._S    *4?    m, vvmy -4  present. There is poor digestion,  langour. weak, aching back, wakefulness at night, often distressing head-  - --    ~* -     -        " T1p������<!������  Next to America, japan Showed the  Greatest Increase  Lloyd's shipping report for 1918-  19 states that at the ' end of June,  1919, ������ record amount of shipbuild-'  ing was going on throughout the  ���������world, namely, 4.800,000 tona, of  which two million were building in  the United Kingdom. During the  year to June 30 there were 3,800.000  you wisft "some*  W-^B ~.-~rB <������ DOuy    WOUKi. Iii*  vent something new to eaf'you  need Beecham-s Pills. Even  when digestion is good, poisons  ��������������������������������� -fn-nrnAjrl   rlnring   itt3   t������rO-  cesses that unless eliminate**  irritate mind as well as body.  --~:mX~~ixA       rxX       T   trxx.A'* rvt \  X%rf^taX%rXV.\X       0.X X0.VS J XX  5,       P.?.-  &* *J&~        4VP./I  which the JJnited States built  1.900.000 tons, the United Kingdom  1,300.000   tons," Japan    360,000,    and   1 -.-A  40~L*Ti.a     AAIPJI  4>^4..l.*.'_ 4^4- ���������-_> t-������_VP,4PP.  indicate impure and  s*irTn*-*toms jridicate impure anG impoverished blood. It is significant of  nearly every attack of influenza that  it is followed by anaemia and debility.      '  For all such run-down conditions,  new blood is the most reliable cure.  Sufferers should at once begin to  make thin blood rich and red with  |Dr. Williams' *Pink  Pills.  r������������4>.  -no ory\  ���������7. m.ivxvxtx    X.VdVj,XIL/\J.  Next to America, Japan showed the  greatest increase in shipbuilding in  war time.  ���������������!,_!*������������������. ������**-������"_ ia a   n  where ia  C*Bl.p>ef.a������  ��������������� ���������������*-  vx.   vdvdKtmmQ  i~~^7tGQ~.  tsst  B-������ 0. ITI i~      ICX-m ".tmrnr*.-.���������������������  HAIR SOON TOO  SH0BT TO DO UP  MONEY ORDERS  Seaid  a   Dominion   Express   Money   Ordesr  Thev   are   payable   everywhere-*.  a,.1 ��������������������������� .-I--.,.     V��������� '^.-fei-ef",-**-'!  Over a thousand years ago the famous mosque of St, Sophia, in Constantinople, was built with mortar  sn.xed with musk, and the odor of the  latter still exists.  suits, and today I am as well as ever I "f-   vv imams - -nn������:  mis.      Under a  :" ZZ. ,:tm I fair  treatment     with  this     medicine,  X\,~7.       .���������,i,\       ���������rxr...~m      .���������.rx ��������� m.      r\ m. r*       ���������770.-4.      X B-4 4X  mCjT VPT41I        I CfX,t������il0       %*1P^1\.       C4HP-L       4J4V.  P.       X.X^  in my life.  i oars toiiicci ciy,  MATTHEW  his  x     BAINES.  marfc  Where   there   is   a   will   there   are  ���������usually a lot of lawyers in the way.  TO  SERVE  Revive the Jaded Condition.���������When  energy flags and the cares of business become irksome; when the whole  system is out of sorts and there is  general depression, try Parmeiee's  Vegetable Pills. They will regulate  the action of a deranged stomach and  a disordered liver, and make you feel  like a new man. .No one need suffer  a day from debilitated digestion when  ���������so simple and effective a pill can be  got at any drug store.  If a man looks upon the wine when  it is red, it is very likely to cast reflections upon his nose.  A   little     "Danderine"     steps  your hair coming out and  doubles its beauty  The Petit Parisien says that during  recent trip of Albert Claveillc, min-  5 ister of jublic works, to the devastat--  j ed regions he learned of j"the excellent  results being made in repairs to 'die  railway systcm and the roads. Thirty-three thousand kilometres of destroyed track have been almost completely restored, and of 48,000 kilos  of devastated roads i.2,000 kilos have  already  been   repaired.  y.HHf  ���������������M,f������.P������-*.*^M������������������������-.������^|������^������.-W������--4a<������0^  -tn*.  1  FOGGY  health-restoring influence of good,  rich blood, and how this new biood  brings a feeling, of new strength and  increased vitality. Proof is given in  the case of Mrs. G. Robertson, Wing-  ham, Ont., who says: "When the  Spanish influenza spread 'over our  town I happened to be one of the first  attacked, and the attack was a very  severe one, and, worse still, the aftereffects of the trouble left me in continuous misery. I had severe pains  in my side, felt low-spirited, and with  no ambition whatever. My head  ached almost continually, my eyes  felt heavy, and pimples broke out on  my face. I was advised to try Dr.  Williams' Pink Pills, and after taking  them for a time 1 felt like my old ~ If  able to do my housework, and feeling  well and" strong. I can strongly recommend Dr. Williams' Pink Pills  for the serious after effects of influenza, as I am sure .they will restore  all   sufferers   to   good   health."  You can get these Pills through  any dealer in medicine, or by mail,  post paid, at 50 cents a box, or six  boxes for $2.50, from The Dr. Williams' Medicine Co., Brockville, Ont.  Oil Sale 'Everywhere.���������There may  be country merchants who do not  keep Dr. Thomas' Eclectrle Oil,  though they are few and far between,  and these may suggest that some  other oil is just as good. There is  nothing so good as a liniment or as  an internal medicine in certain cases.  Take no other. The demand for it  shows that it is the only popular oil.  When  you investigate a  gruesoma  I tale   you   will   usually   find   that   it  crew-some  since  it  started.  If  Bilious,  Constipated or  Headachy tako  "Cascarets."  To stop falling hair at once and rid  the scalp of every particle of dandruff  get a small bottle of delightful "Danderine" at any drug or toilet counter  for a few cents, pour a- little in your  hand and rub it into the scalp. "After  several applications the hair usually  stops coming out and you can't find  any dandruff. Help your hair to  grow strong, thick and long and become soft, glossy and twice as beautiful and abundant.  grew-some  HB p-jP {j Cat Bin Fill?  Tomorrow the sun wiii shine tor  you. Everything will ueem clear,  rosy and bright. Your system is fill-  etf with liver and bowel poison, which  lit-cps your skin -".allow, your stomach  upset, your head foggy and aching.  Your meals are turning into poison,  gates and acids. You can not fr-el  right.     Don't  stay bilious  or  consti-  f>ated. Feel splendid alwayn by tak-  winr C~HC!\rfin nrraq'nnfllly Tbey tlCt  without griping or inconvenience.  They never vicken you like Calomel,  Salts, Oil or nasty, harsh pilles. They  cost    so little too���������Cascareta    work  wStilt; j������ou UJccv.  The   smaller   a   man's    mind,     the  longer it takes him to make it up.  Miller's Worm Powders attack  worms in the stomach and intestines  at once, and no worm can come in  contact with them and live. They  also correct the unhealthy conditions  in the digestiv<* orcanR that invite and  encourage worms, selling up reactions that are most beneficial to the  growth of the child. Thcy have attested their power in hundred.-* of  case.-" and at all times are thoroughly trustworthy.  A single man blames his ancestors  becausc he is poor. But a married  man blames his wife.  Minard's  Liniment  Cures   Garget  in  Cows,  Sharp   tongues  friendships.  arc   apt   to   sever  lc  It?  Teacher:  "An   epidemic   is     some-  wiiicii   pijncmi-i.     Now,     David,  can   you tell   me an  epidemic?"  David: "Please, mum, jaml"  iuiiiji  How's This?  Wo .(Ciner $100.00 tor uny cane of catarrh  that cannot be curcel by HALL'S  CATARUU   MEDICINE.  HALL'S CATAKUH MEDICINE lu talc-  en internally anil acts tlirouirli the Blood on  the   Mucous SurUces ol  the Syutcn..  Sold by   Drug_riata lor over  forty years.  Price   >5c     i'cutirnonials   free.  P. J.  Cheney   &   Co.,  Toledo. Ohio.  Gossip is a deadly gas that is often  fatal to  fiieuduhip.  * I Wonder  "air._  \~r~-~~.  JO-H-i  ~>% 535  Coma cotme much Buffering, but  Hollo way'o Corn Cure otlera ft  ttpeedy, aure, and satisfactory relief.  Help Me ^  -TTHIS   question    ha3   -"been  answered by many thous-  ando   of   women   -who   havo  IOU11U llttuliil UHU iiuppiutraa  Iii  tho uso of Dr.  Food.  Chase's  Nervo  Bliw*plj<sMir*ii, In-HnbUlty. ivmwouii-  tteauji, gloomy CorftboellnK.-i of tha  tfuturo, depression una dlscmirajie.-  ment���������tlieae uro tomt of tho B*-mp������  torn* which toll of ���������*thau������t*������l ntsrvtsm,  In order to avoid i. .rvouie. i>rostra*  tton or como form of pitralynln It Ui  w**ll ~9 K������t th* bulldliiur up pr-oeeMi*  ���������utAbltuhoa^at   onces   by  una   ~t   ~-c.  C.p-ppie'u'**   l-'o.-V.*  j/pjovj.  C'.'.T'J, t-.\ (.rv.zT!-.. or  Co.,  Ltd.,  Tore-roto,  V^  _4__iil|J������<,ll|f.������_^'J^^ !*>���������  ,**'_-i"*T**i mmjt������mmim tnsi mymm a iai m ���������>*".-u  Z-h.y'P.{. ':��������� '���������  ^���������t^^mxm^fii&hmmm  THE  CBESTOH  REVIEW  is f-^e Pm&kss*  IssSied every Friday at Creston, B.C*  ���������"���������Subscription : $2 a'veai- in advance;  S2-..0 to U.S. points. "  G. V. Hayes, Editor and Owner'  ORESTON. B.C., FRIDAY, NOV. 21  ]SiSxB  This has been a year of apologie.  for us. First we had to tender an  .apology for our spring frost which  did some damage to the fruit flowers  Later on came the drought. Then  we had high winds which brought  elown a lot of apples. Finally came  the stiff October breeze and t]^e  heavy snowfall of early November.  Thesniiny Okanagan is not what  it used to be, sighs the old-timer  who remembers the days ten and  fifteen years ago when he wandered  around in his shirt sleever in the  middle of January.  But even with all our set backs  this season.we have enjoyed a fairly prosperous year and most of the  fruit ranchers will have respectable  bank balances by December 31. If  the Okanagan can do as well in the.  face of untoward circumstances,  what may we expect with a change  of -fortune? Let us hope that Nature will smile on us all the way  through 1920 and our orchardists  will then show the connivy a thing  o ��������� two.���������Penticton Herald.  See the latest happenings of the  world in pictures every Wednesday  night at tbe Peekin theatre. Manager  Rodgers states that he has made arrangements to screen the latest "Current Events,"' International New,  Hearst New, and Screen Magazine  with the Wednesday night shows.  These give the latest events in every  country in the world, and are interesting as well as educational.  Zoo Rae, the best child actress in  pictures today, will appear at the Peekin on Wednesday night in one of her  latest and best productions, '^Danger  Within." In the play she prevents a  national calamity. "This production  is well worth seeing," says the Calgary Herald.  William S. Hart, known to the millions that, know him and love him as  Bill Hart, the star of western stars.  with action in eyery foot of his plays,  will be at the Peekin theatre, Monday  night, Nov. 24th, in "The Night Stag."  Be sure and don't miss seeing Bill on  Monday night, and you will want to  see him every night.  In 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 f  ate in securing stocks that we have no hesitation in recommending as to quality, and  you see the goods we believe you will agree with us that prices are right.  .TSmmmSt      " "Siy^ai  J.*-*J1-  eCTL-b  I^LAINNkLti-1 in*��������� ������5D in* wiae,'wmte, grey ana sinpea,  35ce and 45c. yard.  FLANNEL���������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.  pes'*  "V Stair  SS^mdrSS t|_?#^^  -\%-W*  Kanw ������-���������  QIBJUl    uhw  and  Billiard Parlnr  Just  opened in the Armory  Building, Fourth Street.  Tobaccos, Giprs, Cigarettes  A full stock ol these from  leading man ufaeturers.  All the Soft Drinks served.  A share of your patronage  solicited.  ARTHUR FRENCH  CRESTON  Too late for last week.  News reached here this week of the  wedding of Miss Violet Chambers,  formerly of Canyon City, to Mr. V, D.  Sullivan of Cranbrook. The young  couple will rep-side at Cranbrook.  Miss Beta 'Strong met with a painful accident while coasting ufew nights  ago. Hei- foot was caught by a snag  in the road, and the knee was badly  strained. She is recovering slowly,  but meantime is unable to walk.  Our old friend. Fred Browell, is visiting with his people here again, arriving on Saturday,  Mrs. Wearmouth has returned from  a two weeks' visit with friends at Fernie.  Mr. Cleave held a meeting of the  hoys on Tuesday uight to reorganize  the Boys Scouts. The boys are eager  for real scout practice, andMr. Cleave  should make an excellent leader.  There are two gasoline wood sawing  outfits operating in tbis seetip-m just  neiw. A. D. Pochin and E. VanAckeran are the owners, and berth seem to  be working satisfactorily.  Several deer have been seen cleise  around, but Earl Carver and Clarence  Maxwell are the only two who have  bagged any te> date.  Tbe mill is again running at full capacity, with an ample supply of men,  several being turned away for lark of  bunkhouse accommodation.  Andy Wickhoim has rejoined his  family at the ranch here, and intends  to stay foa the winter.  j Mi-. "Rhode.** and Milt Beam are with  ! a hunting party at Paulson's mill, but  \ though camped theie for almost two  ! weeks we havo not heard eif them hav-  m mxSJSsmSm  u.  f*-x. B���������Jf~% AS*S   B7-"_?^,__ SxS  %m~ttAI \J*FX-mm S    %m~*-8m*  g-~f  #***_.  TEAOHEF. OF VIOLIN &  VIOLONCELLO  Terms on application.  Highest class tuition guaranteed.  ing any great4 run of luck at deer taking.  Mrs. Arthur Pochin, who has, been  delayed in England because of the difficulty of getting passage bas now  booked te> sail on Nov. loth. Mrs.  Pochin, sr.. is returning with her.  Fernie has an outbreak of mumps of  a mild sort. Over 100 children are detained from school on account of them,  and three of the rooms are closed for  want of pupils.  If the present early winter lasts out  till its usual length patrons of' the  Cranbrook skating rink will get their  moneys worth on season tickets this  winter.    The tickets cost $3.50,  TENDERS RE SKATING RINK  Tt this price undoubtedly the  cheapest feed you will buy  this season.  Se.-.led tenders addressed to Creston  Valley Agricultural Association will  be received for the renting of the Fair  building for a skating rink for the  season ' 1919-20. Tenders must be in  by New. 25th next, and marked on  envelope, "Tender." Highest or any  tender neit necessarily accepted. By  order erf Board. GUY CONSTABLE,  Secretary.  6 USIUl %9  LIMITED'  ������es-**s  _BB_B_W*JT___a������t_l  If you are needing  / wish to announce that in addition to mp stock, of  Musical Instruments, Records and Sheet Music, I  am   putting   in   a   complete  line  of Confectioner^,  Cigars, Tobaccos, Pipes.  I   havc.   also   opened   a   LUNCH   ROOM   in  connection, and will serve Hot Drinks, Sandwiches,  and other light refreshments.  *&*  *~ttok  naPitev  9-j9-������  '&~9������������WM.M  Theatre  Monday, Nov. 24  WILLIAM S. HAUT  in  The Night Stag  A real Western Picture.  Wednesday, Nov. 26  ZOEIIAE  "mW I1HIB  dm.   mm mm. t~    M St ltUk ^g, gg^    f/m    mmm      mm     mm. p  ~im\~t UAtmBE  EH8"* RTTfctSlL R ������3 0**-*. &*"*  11)  ������������������������?���������=���������!������!, ������^ ***** ^7i   -"���������"���������I"   Apt, Ft**"5  IILpaDBQL  pUlfl______i___l_  ���������\ ��������� "I'n  1 I VK!;\' | v   mv; v i*;< tk������\  Danger Within  L-KO Comedy  Current Events  Saturday, Nov. 29  A Fit-l.l fdv MilUoTt-  KlflATUIfH  Miss Ambition  ,   . i      - m   4 '. y  p   ***��������� *  C-Uivi hi> a  He Couldn't Fool His Wife  Two ii-eln of the biggest laugh  yon ove-r hael.  now is the time to buy  We have just  unloaded a  car  of these at Oreston  iwaaaivffiMW  UHiihr Company  LIMITED  -~-mU*X~m~S-A~-U.^m0Lmmt  '-^---iKlTt!9S!!~-tt^  Hip!. P.iass Nurserc Stock  I mn till age-lit for lhe IHiiioiin  LAV1UT'/ Nii.'tM'i'V '".leitk, grown  <>n h'u..i lintel, wil.ii.ul irrigation,  uiul .lui'inn November I will <-n  ili'iivor In cull uu t'Vi'iy IMIIe'lie-l' ill  lie- ill ii-K'l. ami will he j������1 ������*.������.*-,i���������������I to  ������.. ml.. > mn ju il.'i,, fur S.|j! in;-; eh'liv-  ��������� ���������ry eif Apple, I'ear, Plum. Pearl.,  .''.'��������������������������� i'i" *~p������>.nll l-Yuii h. (.1 -  iiininiil.il. Hluiele uliel N'ut lli-ei-,  1' i-i ������������������    ���������*..*.     I li.l.l vour orelci'!;  i,i; ;    ,i.i. \v. ������������������:   MIM������VV',\.  II  7 0.-      r -   ...   ,. ^^^^^^        j^^a  *____p^_____   itmmtmmmmm,  epp,ll___iee1e-^____ H  SAVE and PKUsPER  TVi-^ o.oTnpanions of Victory are  Work and Tlirift If tbe people of  Canada practise these essentials, our  great} .rf-blf-msof reconstruction can  be t-.etiled to the niuiualbeneiitof ail.  Don't v.-aste! Sa v e an d prosper.  THE CANADIAN BANK  OF COMMERCE  IL  TAID-UP CAPITAL  RESERVE FUND  -������ V-.    -V  ������   -���������.  ft*  r\   -*  T        >1 1������     X,     >1  ff S  |    | df\  $15,000,000  .*i.!5,000,00t)  ^m\-00W0m~mitKmhi\\i ii  f)m**4������0.4iJ.*,.ir-l*,*,������ul.ifi0.r mfiitrLto-lft*:)  mM-.'iim~t'-\S!*';^:-. fi  *l*im~--~k-i  ������������������-rj-lpp*^^  -prtWkj.  ���������-a-***.^^  JUtaMM,  vm.  WTJ  ���������if*.  Vm  'Hi    11 ��� -.'.ll. I.J.J ;.;!_ ���.j|ii
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Sealed tenders 'will be received by
the Minister of L-mds hot later than
noon on the 9th day of Decernber.1919.
for the purchase of License X1950, to
cut 1,192,000 feet of xeiiow Fine, Tani-
arac, .White Pine, Fir and Cedar, on
an area situated near Kitchener, Koo-
Two (2) years will be allowed for re-
movaifcof timber-
Further particulars of the Chief Forrester, Victoria, B.C., or District For
ester, Cranbrook, B.C.
Trail city council had only $5,500 to
invest in-Victory Bonds this year.
1 to use the brown variety for the first
���I ~:^.r-,
j yxniS.
Kaslo Ked Cross is still carrying on,
devoting its energies to sending all
sarts of supplies to the sanitarium at
it i
Highway Bridge, over Goat River, near
Sealed tenders, superscribed "Tend-
e-rs for Goat River Bridge. Erickson."
will be received by the Honourable the
Minister of Public Works up to noon
of Tuesday, the 25th day of November,
1919, for the erection and completion
of a Highway Bridge over the Goat
River, near Erickson.
Plans, Specifications, Contract and
Forms of Tender may be seen on and
after the *ith day of November, 1919,
at Dept. of Public Works, Parliament
Buildings. Victoria, B.C.; at the^office
eif the District Engineer, Court Mouse,
Vancouver, B.C.; and the office of the
District Engineer, Nelson, B.C.
Plans may be obtaineel from any of
the above-mentioned upon payment of
a deposit of $5, which will be refunded
upon return of plans.
Each proposal must be accompanied
by an accepted bank cheque or certificate of deposit on a chartered bank of
Canada, made payable to the Honor-
Hide tlio Min'stm* itf T-nhiir. "W7rp��.l.s   f.p��.
-J ���- ���J      x i~- m. 0.��� -L-  -��� ��� _        _����� ������.     m.    tt -xr _-_l-��_p-       *  ��    Xjr SX XX*���t*f     A -r X
the sum e>f ten per cent, of the amount
eif the tender for the due fulfillment of
the contract, which shall be forfeited
if the party tendering decline to enter
ihtp contract when called upon to do
so, or if he fail to complete the work
contracted for. The cheques or certificates of deposits of unsuccessful tend
ers will be returned to them upon the
execution of the contract.
Tenders will not be considered unless
made out on the forms supplied, signed
with the actual signature of the. tenderer, and enclosed in the envelope furnished.
.The lowest ot-any tender not necessarily accepted.
Public Works Engineer.
Public Works Department,
Victoria. B.C., 29th October. 1919.
The moving picture theatre at
Greenwood has again gone out of business.
D.iring the cold snap last week Cranbrook had it 12 below zero a coupfe of
This year the cannery at Penticton
put up 23,000 cases of soft fruits and
about 8000 cases of apples.
Fernie skating rink opened for the
season on the 12th���the earliest opening date in the city's history.
At the swell Incola hotel at Penticton they now have an orchestra to
supply  mur_ic for lhe Sunday dinner."
Owing to the difficulty of getting
material to work on the concentrator
at Kaslo has been forced to close down.
Last year Cranbrook curling club
had a membership of 80. This season
a drive will be made to secure at least
The early part of November sav. the
sugar famine acute at Vernon, and
hotels and boarding houses were forced
Already almost 87 per cent, of the
1919 taxes have been paid at Trail.
For the last six years the showing has
never been better than 5^1 per cent. at.
the end of December. At Penticton
74 per cent, of this year's dues have
already come in.
i  lilBSttf B "Uiagis-^, ---��? saw j* wis ssa-gjj
re any
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 Ham
Lunch Meat
Bologna, &c*
are always to be had
here. In meats nothing
quite equals 'Shamrock-
oasewives are paying yo
cents a dozen for strictly fresh eggs���
the highest price hen fruit ever fetched in that city.
At Trail with the exception of one
purchaser bond buyers were all below
the ".$3000 sort. Bushels of the $50
kind were marketed.
Trail hsid eight births, one marriage
and no deaths during October. Of the
new arrivals six "were prospective
smeltermen   and two  stenographers.
For the fiye years it was in active
operation the Kaslo Red Cross Society
coaxed 817,000 but of the natives for
the carrying oa of their good work.
The Vernon News figures that the
late October freeze-up will mean a loss
of not less than half a million dollars
to Okanagan fruit and vegetahie
A Pullman, Wash., sheepman has
just arriyed at Cranbrook with 1500
head of sheep, which he will winter
in the foothills of the mountains in
that section. **��,
The Great Northern has commenced
lifting steel on its branch between
Grand Forks and Phoenix. Doukho-
bors from Brandon, Manitoba, are doing the work.
Vernon and other Okanagan points
had it down to zero on the morning
of the 12th. The News states that
winter has set in  at least a month
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Qualified Piano Turner
Eight years experience.   Highest references.     Single tuning. $4.      Two
tunings a year, $7*
The closer you follow the rules of
nature the more yovf will accomplish,
and the longer you will liye.    Even
nature takes a rest  during the winter
months.    Why not you ?    Spend this
winter on the Pacific coast, where you
can enjoy summer pastimes;   ride motor,  golf,   in  the big outdoors.    The
Canadian   Pacific- Railw.ay   operates
three through trains daily to Vancouver, iacluding the fast all-sleeping-car
train, Trans-Canada "Limited.   See the
magnificent mountains in their winter
garb, the open seas and green fields���
all this and more await yon at the
Pacific coast.    Rail or  write  for  full
particulars to any C.P.R. agent.
High uiass Hiirssr? mm
I am still agent for the famous
LAYR1TZ Nursery Stock, grown
on high land, without irrigation,
and during November I will endeavor to call on everv rancher in
the district, and will be pleased to
book your orders for Spring delivery of Apple, Pear, Plum, Peach,
or Cherry trees. Small Fruits, Ornamental, Shade and Nut trees,
Roses, etc., etc. Hold your orders
till I call. W. K. BROWN.
Flays Aii Records aft
Their Best
Se-.led tenders addressed to Creston
VsiHc**"" A~r!cii]iara= Assoc^-*'-*���=���- -wil!
be received for tbe renting of tbe Fair
building for a skating rink for   the
!j season  1919-20.    Tenders  must be  in
,|by Nov.  25th  next,  and   marked on
j envelope, "Tender."    Highest  or any
tender not necessarily accepted.    By
order of Board.     GUY CONSTABLE,
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As modern as any car.
Starting, Lighting and
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FL S. BEVAN, Manager
We are offering:
98's   ���    $5.50
49's      2.85   *
Full   stock   of   Ogilvie's   Breakfast
Cereals,   Bran,  Shorts, Wheat
Barley, Chop, &c.
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Transfer, liverv and Feed Stables
Sle-ghs aiul Outters.      Team Slei^li!"
eSingie and Double Harness and Nu|��j)iu*s
Several   Sols   of  Si-eond-I land   Ila.nirs:-.
Coal  and   Wood  I'or  Sale-
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Take notice that J.B. 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 easterl'ey and drains
into Goat River slough.     The water-
will be diyerted from the stream at a
point about 2000 feet from sawmill and
will be used for domestic and steam
pnrpo-ees upon the sawmill described
as on  Subdivision of Lot  191.    This
notice was posted  on  the ground on
the 5th day of November.  1919.     A
copy of tbis notice and an application
pursuant thereto and   to the "Water
Act, 1914, wiii  be filed in the office of
tbe   "Water   Recorder,   Nelson,   B.C.
Olfactions to the application may he
filed with the said "Water Recorder, or
with the Comptroller of Water Rights.
Parliament Buildings, Victoria, B.C.,
within fifty days after the first appearance of this notice in  a local newspaper.
J. B. WINLAW, Applicant.
A. N. WlNLAvv, Agent.
The date of the first publication of this
notice is November 14, 1919.
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Minimum price of first-class land
reduced to 55 ,-in acre: second-class to
$2.50 an acre.
Pre-emption now confined to surveyed lands-only.
Records will be granted covering only
land suitable for agricultural purposes
and which is r.on-timber land.
Partnership pre-emptions abolished,
but parties of not more than four may
arrange - for adjacent pre-emptions
vp/ith joint residence, but each making
necessary improvements on respective
Fre-emptors must occupy claims for
five years and make improvements to
value of ��10 per acre, including clearing and cultivation of at least 5 acres,
before receiving Oown Orant-
Where pre-emptor in occupation not
���ess tha.. 3 years, and has made proportionate improvements, he may. because of ill-health, or other cause, be
granted intermediate certificate of improvement and transfer his claim.
Records without permanent residence nmy be issued, provided applicant makes improvements to extent of
$300 per unnum and records same each
year. Failure to make improvements
or record same will operate as forfeiture. Title cannot be obtained in
less than 5 years, and improvements
of $ 10.Ol. per acre, including 5 acres
cleared aid cultivated, and residence
of at least . year;; are required, m
Pre-emptor hoidirs Crown Kr.tnt
may record another pre-emption, if he
requires land in conjunction with his
farm, without actmil occupation, provided statutory improvements made
and residence maintained on Crown
granted land
Unaurveyed areas, not exceeding 2-1
acres, may be leased as homesite.s;
title to be obtained after fulfilling residential and improvement conditions.
Por grazing and industrial purposes
areas exceeding 640 acres may be
leased by one person or company.
Mill, factory or industrial sites on
timber land not exceeding 40 acres
may be purchased; conditions include
payment of stumpngo.
Natt-ral hay meadows Inaccessible
by ex sting roads may be purchased
conditional upon construction of a road
to them. Rebate of one-half of cost of
road, not exceeding half of purchase
price, is made.
""The i^ope of this Act la enlarged to
Include. All persons Joining and nerving with Hi*- Majesty's Forces. The
time within which the heirs or devisees
of a deceased pre-emptor may npply
for title under this Act is extended
from for one ye.-r from thc death of
���-���pier, !>(>r"n*i, -.*��� formerly, until o_-.'-
year arter the* conclusion of the present
war. This privilege is nlso made re-
tronc-tive ��*
No fees relating lo pre-emptions .ire
due   or   payable   by   soldiers   on     pr��--
en-iptii-tns recorded after June "C    l'lir-i
Vuxj'.j  are   remittee!  for  five yean.'
Provision for return of it.on_v.pp accrued, due and been paid since August
4, 1914, on account of payments. f<*e.i
oi tujies on tinldn-r;.* pre-emption.*!
ItUerent on ngri-cments to pur.-iiu.se
town or city lot:' t.eid by m.uiUi:, <,f
Alllj-il  Force.**,  or d, pendent:',  ���icjiuiiid
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liMipient  to March 31.  IVL'0.
GUD-puriciiAscni- of chowm
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frown grunt*, to .miI.-t'iiv'*1i'i.:,���(������. of
Clown i.iiiKij,. ii.-ijiiii ii,(v' right.*, from
pmp-h.i'ten' who failed to <-(.._.p]..t..
pirn-have. Involving forfeiture, on fnl
lillment of condition; of puri-huse. in
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-?XiW&iMmx*tfGl^^ THE     REVIEW,     CRESTON,     B.     a  ��������� ��������������� VI  x9m m m enmx-*.  ���������Sp"*- SS BS*9_6_B  IflUG-BI  From Suffering hy Getting  He? Lydia E. Pinkham's  Vegetable Compound.  tt X^sxmm *mt-sm*.mx<rm mm*rn.mx4.tmm  Pittsburgh, Pa.  I was sjot able to do my work owinff to  a weakness which  caused backache  and headaches* A  friend called m y  sttention to one of  your newspaper  advertisements and  inniiediiitsI*17 "srs*0'  husband bought  three bottles of  Lydia E. Pinkham'a  v egetables Compound for me.  After taking two  bottles i felt fine  and Eiy troubles caused by that weakness are a thing cf the paatT All women  who auffer as I did should try Lydia E.  Pinkham's Vegetable Compound."���������  Mra. Jas. Rohrberg, 620 Knapp St.,  N. S., Pittsburgh, Pa,  Women who suffer from any form of  weakness, as indicated by displacements,  inflammation, ulceration, irregularities,  backache, headaches, nervousness or  "the blues," should accept Mrs. Rohr-  berg's suggestion and give Lydia E.  Pickhanrs  Vegetable  Compound   a  -HMV������ mmmmm^mm   ������wa������**������ f  For .over forty years it has been  Correcting ouch ailments. If you have  mysterious complications write for  Advice to Lvdia E. Pinkham Medicine  Co., Lynn, Mass.  ������%    e  -X    S-0'  io-operation in rouues  The following article is an interesting prediction as to the solution  of the political situation, by an independent, but close student of political matLcrst*=  The result of the Ontario elections  held recently have aroused Dominion-  wide interest.    Much conjecture pre-  Following the Ontario results, and  of more particular interest in the  West, is the result.-of the Federal by-  eiection in Assiniboia constituency,  where Hon. W. R. Motherwell was  overwhelmingly defeated by O- R.  Gould, the Grain Growers' candidate.  These contests should serve as a  warning to thosc sincerely in favor  of a policy of -|6form and fair taxation, low tariff and progressive government, of the lack of wisdom dis-  CI? _-_r_=_4    ?���������     ^'.-ZA.xx r~    44I44P    tr.~r.mr.    rxt    t%vr,.cdX I  ^ItdLy -CLA-   ALL    LXXV LLXXLLf^     xuxvr    xtd. \r7.x4    Tr.     ...xrxrx.  who are united in main principles.  In Assiniboia, Mr. Gould has for  years been an active supporter of the  same principles and policies as thosc  contended for and upheld by Mr. Motherwell. During the past ten years  Mr. Gould supported and actively  campaigned in behalf of the Provincial Government of Saskatchewan, of  which Mr. Motherwell was a member. In 1911, Mr. Gould was an ardent supporter of Reciprocity, of  which, also, Mr. Motherwell was a  foremost exponent. For these reasons alone Mr. Motherwell's action in  opposing him was not justified, but  even had Mr. Gould been previously  a Conservative, and had changed his  views to conform to Liberal sentiments, the defeated candidate would  still have been wrong in contesting  the seat in view of the strong public  sentiment which existed favoring the  Grain Growers' policy and political  movement.  The strength and showing of the  United Farmers' movement in the  East came as a surprise to all. In  the Prairie Provinces the party is  now thoroughly organized, and has  had greater experience in political  affairs, and bids fair to make every  bit as great, if not a greater, showing than in the East. In these circumstances, therefore, what folly it  is to divide the forces in the West  largely because a v������ry small minority of old-time Liberals will not, for  pu'rely partizan reasons, co-operate  with the really Liberal Grain Growers'  party.    There  are  small  groups  Zam-Buk ends the  pain* and stops bleed-  ing.   Try it!  Jill dealer., 50c. box.  International Hay  And Grain Exhibit  Saskatchewan Farmers to Try for  Honors at the Chicago Show  Visitors to the International Hay  and Grain Exhibition to bc held at  ���������Chicago in connection with the International Stock Show, November  29 to December 6, will have an opportunity of seeing some of the fine  grain and-^other crops that are pro-  I duced in Saskatchewan. The farmers  in this province are arranging to send  samples of "wheat, oats, barley, rye  and various grasses and vegetables.  At the international Soil Products  Exposition at Kansas City, Mo., this  year Saskatchewan farmers won the  sweepstakes both for wheat and oats,  as well as many first and other prizes.  They feel confident that they will be  able to repeat these triumphs at Chicago next month.      *  %X.X*0im-w.4m.mm   m SrOPJl  -es   pTpp-g^gg&^g^ asg^SBB  -rest  No man would want his wife to act,'  as do come women to whom he makes  eyes.  A pleasant medicine for children is  Mother Graves' Worm Exterminator, and there is nothing better for  driving  worms  from   the  system.  Oysters are such nervous creatures  ! that a sudden shock, such as a loud  thunderclap, will kill many hundreds  of them.  vails as to  the  ultimate outcome  of  the   groups  of  parties  elected  which j of    these   old-time   partizans   in   the  will necessitate a re-alignment politi-   East and West, who, largely for per-  cally before a stable Government can  be formed.  The success of the Farmers' party,  whereby they secured the largest  group numerically, at once puts that  party in a leading position and entails upon its members important responsibilities of government. There  should be no valid reason why that  party should not call to its aid support from other groups, and organize a Government to carry on the  affairs of the Province. There is no  great gulf, for instance, between the  views of the average Farmer member for a mixed rural and small town  constituency, and the Liberal member for a similarly comprised riding.  The Provincial Legislature is a magnified county council, and, aside from  extreme or faddist members, sufficient unity to carry on a stable progressive Government should not be  difficult   to   secure.  One feature, however, that may  tend to prevent getting together on  the part of ihr I.ib'-ral and Farmer  members was the altitude assumed  during the contest by Hartley Dew-  art, Iv.'*���������, 4.4.C- L_.u..i:; .il icaeic:'. There  waa no justification for liis attacks  on thr T"rir::;r.r cr;ndi;'.:<tcr. They had i ant, and should receive the undivided  eve.*y right  to  run.    They  practically I support of sane  Liberals.    Since that  sonal reasons, and principally because  they cannot control and direct thc  new forces, refuse to co-operate. The  rank and file Liberals, farmers or  otherwise, should not tolerate this  dictation or allow candidates to bc  foisted upon them because of these  few malcontents.  The overwhelming mass of Liberals and Farmers in the West see eye  to eye on main principles. Their  forces should not be divided. Cooperation and harmony in political  action is plain common sense if results are to be achieved. The Prairie  Province Provincial Governments and  the great majority of the members  of the Legislatures realize the facts  and heartily approve of united action. They realize that in three-  cornered contests the reactionary  forces may win out, since division of  Liberal support ensures domination  by  the  interests of   Privilege.  The platform and aims advocated  by the farmers are essentially Liberal. The majority of the better class  and intelligent farmers of -Canada  are Liberal in their views. At present the farmers', cr Grain Growers',  wing of Liberalism  is in the ascend-  should be disregarded. Adherence to  a common-sense course of united action in the selection of well qualified  candidates would ensure triumph for  progressive principles at the next  Federal general election.  The man who has money to bum  seldom uses any to enlighten th������  world.  ������>o not ffutfea  another eday with  Itching, Bleed?  tag, or Frotrad������  tag Piles. No  surgical onexw  fttion required*  Dr. Chase's Ointment will reliove you at ones  and as certainly ourejron   tftto, a box; all  It is a curious fact that, notwithstanding its  thickness, thc elephant's   dealers. ~i'-~.-Maa~nZ&Xf������ a Co" LiiuKedl  .        .                                          . ' Toronto.    SSS-'--'^ 1>OS fzSS if -OT3 mesntSem tiiZp  skin  is very sensitive. I paper ap* eneloss 8c. stomp to pay postage.  Mil -,������ na b as  iTOk FIFTY YB&RS ITS g������3J&HA&  ice "~  JCONTINOMLY INCREASED.  Soothes Irritable Threat  *-.-������.   ������ ������_   P.  n  . 0.0  iiuciuy cures oroncimis  No   Drugs   to   Take, ,No   Sickening  Stomach Medicine to  Use  Just Breathe "Catarrhozone"  iri^Ie   represented   Liberal  hr.,;   vi"-.'. iroiiiis,  and     the  clement  of   Liberalism  is  in  the  majority, thcy have the right to assume  and in p:  and d f ri -.'. i -c :': r vi '���������  results at thr \rP.P indicated that ther; a certain measure of control and lca-  pror-> \."Pj.f\i\ their entrance into the ''ersiiip. But (hey arc fuir and reas-  politic;i.l Ur]p In ihc.t-r. circumstan- ou^ble and desire co-operation and  cea it  v.iar   folly to divide,  the  Liberal j support.    There  should, therefore, be  division,   anel   thr-   personal   views  Count ten���������a bad cold is relieved  by Catarrhozone���������wait one minute  and you will feel its soothing influence on a sore irritated throat. ' No  failure with "Catalrrhozone"���������it cures  because you can breathe a healing  vapor to the very spot that needs  help.  The big thing to remember about  Catarrhozone is this ��������� you just  breathe a healing piney vapor that  is full of the purest balsams, that  is rich iii thc greatest healing agents  known to science.  This wonderful .vapor dispels all  soreness, kills all germs, gives nature  a chance to complete a real cure.  Colds and throat troubles can't last  if the pure healing vapor of Catarrhozone is breathed. Catarrh will disappear, bronchial attacks will cease,  coughs .and winter ills will become  a thing of the past. Complete outfit  lasts two months, price $1.00; smaller  size 50c; sample size 25c, all dealers,  or Thc Catarrhozone. Co., Kingston,  Ont.,   Canada.  ' -.      36gWtU4NGtfOH���������>T  1 OTTAWA m  ���������nnniTT  rl'. .  \,0.1  tween  Uier.i.  of     thr.     few     Liberal     reactionaries  it  A Health-Buiiaing rood  mZ,   m^m~t-*m. W-mm  A-X^-k, JPM Xt   ^^ mtm^  ^tesPJI %-~%\m~~y%*-~*   & ^^Jm~*%~9--Jr  A blend of wheat and  H07   0-x.   Tr. I   0-m 4  *r7,*rT/-Tvr~x ���������"->������ tit try,. r%  -���������> 7~r -     ���������������������������   -s, 0  ���������s-*x   tr*.. mm  ���������taa  iill  III!  MMH  1  ������������������������������* ���������  gesf  and keep people strong;  ���������*st easily and matte  i>������  inere s a Mtati^<jn  Sharp Practices  New  Way of  Selling  Old Furniture  in Taris  Second-hand furniture dealers in  Paris have thought of a profitable  scheme to sell their stocks to great  advantage. A flat is rented in the  aristocratic quarter of the city and  f:!!���������-.! v/ith ll-/* f-.^A,��������� mi^/^o r,K fnt*tii������  turer. An advertisement is innerted  in the elailie^s that an elderly woman,  wieiowcd by the war, will sacrilice lier  furniture in order to get enough  money to return to the country of  ber  birth.  n buyei visits the Hat, the we&uun  shows a beieikcasr, tlie price it agreed  upon, but whe-n tht- doors are opened  u. niw <*i old >ih������M>l books Is dic-  cb>s<:el. Thr. widow burato into tears  ytid explain:; th.it the books belonged  to hf r lion who left bi'i ntudieo to take  up urnm anel wan killed two months  ���������jfiei- he had left home. 'CUc giioa-  {���������^ctivf huyr ronmlfo firr, und to  ��������� i**U. he*r ffttcrt l-r-f- prlf  double the pttee anUed.  A%J T V M. N  HERE is a nip in the air these mornings  that must be rather sharp to the man  who scrapes his chin when shaving  himself.  ' If he used a Gillette Safety nazov9 h������ would  positively enjoy shaving every morning, he would  look his best at ell times, and there would be  sio cutting or chafing of thc skin!  Furthermore, in the time he now takes to get  his old razor edge as near right as he can, he could  finish shaving with the Gillette.  Shopping and Honing would ha a thing of  the past for him* That alone is worth $5,���������the  price of a  I   i   y   iH flK.        n     Hj -A  m   m   m   m il,^  m ., m .xBw^  r*T?f*f  ?.?*,'***   vf^r  Any dealer who is anxious to supply  fenen'g needtt will gladly uhow you u  variety ot iiiUetto Bets, bee hmi toduy#  if po&Bible.  ���������R!AOE 8N     _  ,.^0M004tX.���������   ~.^m^t9C '^���������_^tt^^^A"NMtf^^^ttWfM  *cs*SmtfXWV"%  ���������WMMM  tx)   -.*-*���������   m mmd m -m ���������  ^^mmmms^m  LJ.  I XL) J  L  i tnt.xi'vuii-ti . mitj  \^~*xJkXiUtjr *U)*4tt~irH)  ' 1  MfclWkiutJriBi'rlJil  ���������wwiMiwifwiwiiiiiiiiiim^iiiiwiiityirt^^^^  aatifiaawaaaa V>-������-. -m-0-0-  -mx  jadgmeni Reserved  iJeci&iuxi   Oi   iytjatu.   G.   vrOuiiti^rco   OH.  Washington. ��������� After nearly five  hour's o������ constant fighting, the international labor conference adopted  the 48-hour week convention of the  organizing committee as a "basis for  discussion." But as to exactly -what  that means* thc delegates arc not  agreed. Does adoption of the motion  confine discussion to the application  of the 48-hour, week, or. will amend1'  nicnts bc admitted for a maximum  eight-hour day and the 48-hour week?  That is the question ^.1 sides are  asking.  The vote came on a motion  Meiai Workers  ui oerllii Siike  Be  Packers'    Protest   Will  Announced  Shortly  Ottawa. ���������- The    decision    of    the  J Board  of  Commerce  as  to   whether  the price prevailing on March 10 for  pork products will apply at the present time or not wiii be made in writ-  iing shortly.    After hearing represen  Minister~oi Economy Refuses to In- j tations  from  the  packers, who     are  seeking to have the board rescind it3  order fixing prices at the March I^ycl.  Commissioners Robson, 0'Conr> >r  and Murdock reserved judgment,  ister of economy had intended to Commissioner Murdock stated to J.  offer mediation- between the- men and 5. McLean^ representing the Harris  the employers, but he has announced Abattoir company,    his firm convic-  -��������� .'"   '���������'-.' "���������'.-���������'���������^.���������'V:  ��������� i ZZUZ.'  ��������� rr ��������� ;.:,r:%rm0mm*]  -   p0-m-mm  iAHBSdS  . ��������� i&m  Fi0  nrsi   o  meeting  _ an tx a  ft CM(C  n~%id^i~Tr  tcrvenc  in  View   of   Strike  Order Being Issued  Berlin. ��������� The metal workers proclaimed a general strike.    The min-  that he will not intervene  pre- ��������� the order to strike.  m view ot  sented  by   Mr.   Barnes,   British   gov-i  ernment    delegate,    that    "thc draft: th  The  strike  is  nearly  general,     al-  tion   that   the   packers  and  not   the  farmers fixed  the  price of livestock.  This contention Mr. McLean disput-  gatc,    that    "thc dratt i tnough   three     thousand   workers  of ed,  convention prepared by the  organiz- ��������� th,e    Siemens-Holske    plant returned!  _  ing committee be adopted by the con-! to their jobs.    The strike is said to; French Defeat Turks  ferencc as the basis for discussion," j havc been called in violation of rules!    London.���������Turkish forces have been  Date Has Not Yet Been Fixed For  Gathering  Paris. ��������� The first meeting of the  council of the League of Nations  will be held in Paris, the supreme  council has decided. It did not, however, fix a date for the gathering.  It was agreed that the council of  the world body should consider at  ths meeting only matters which  must be passed ������upon immediately  after the formal ratification ol the  German  peace  treaty.  The supreme council discussed its     ..__...   ��������� , ��������� .own   uncompleted  work  preparatory  with reference to a special committee j in   the  metal  workers'  union,  which defeated by French troops in Angora to deciding upon exactly what ques-  of matters concerning its application i require a two-thirds majority of the  (in Asiatic Turkey, 200 miles cast of  to tropical and other specified coun- workers on a vote to decree a gen-1 Constantinople), according to a Con-  trics.  Originally, Mr. Barnes' motion  reads: "The draft convention on the  48-hour week," but an amendment by  Mr. Fontaine, French Government  delegate, struck the words "48-hour  week" from thc motion, and, as  amended, it was adopted by 55 to 2. j  Mr.  Rowcll and Mr. Aciand, Can-'  adian Government delegates, nnd Mr.  Parsons.   Canadian   employers'   delegate, voted  for  the  motion>  Mr. Draper, ' Canadian workers'  delegate., voted against it. The other  vote against it was that ofr Sam.  Gompcrs, president of thc American  Federation of Labor.  cral strike.  Says Car Situation is Bad  Prof. W. J. Elliott Also Denounces  Conditions    at    Calgary  Stockyards  Calgarv.-'���������DescribiiE   th*   fr  situ-,  ation in the province as "awful," Pro-J  fessor  W.  J.  Elliott, of  the  U.G.G.,j  dealt  strongly  with   the  situation  at  the   U.F.A.      secretaries   convention.  He also denounced the conditions at  the stockyard here, stating that    thej  yards were entirely too inadequate to  handle the present business.  Discussion  of  the     business  jstantinople dispatch.    The Turks de  j livered a heavy attack, but were re-  ' pulsed, after   several  hours'  fighting.  The  French  hospital  train  also  was  reported  to/have   been   attacked  by  troops  under  Mastapha Keinal.  tions must be passed upon before the  peace conference ends.  Washington. ��������� Organized labor's  proposal for ending the coal strike  through withdrawal of injunction  proceedings against officials of the  United Mine Workers of America  was bluntly rejected here by the department  of  justice.  The government's answer to the  union's suggestion, advanced by Sam.  Gompers. president of the American  Federation of Labor, was given by  Assistant Attorney-General Ames,  who declared the strike in itself was  a violation of the law, and that as  long as it continued the only-place  to fight it out was in court,  The labor leader* were visibly disturbed by this refusal, and agreed  with the operators on one point ���������-  that the statement of the government's position swept away all hope  of immediate settlement of the strike,  involving more than 400,000 soft coat  miners, in twenty-eight states.  Fuel is Held Up  a  Coal   Shipment?   From   U.S.  to   Be  Allowed Firms on Priority  List  Toronto. ��������� Although coal consigned  to  Canada has  been held up  at  ltn.mi*.m.,..i*m...t.i   p..0-^���������^~ %-f���������������T-tr-g~31Q���������ftl-fr   'J   '*     J~  Sure! High Heels  Cause Corns But  n  X ������  B ������ V  I  er  r.0..0-0,.������i.0i^ 0ei^<tT"k'.>^~'t^r+m&A~.  Nature  ;tron������  the border,  H. A. Harrington,    Ontario fuel administrator, had been ad-    erYeSivised that Shipments will be permit- j crowdand buckle up "their Tender ioe������  I ted   to  come   forward  for.. industries r-,-?-'-���������������* *���������*��������� -1 a��������� *   on the priority iist, which are in im-  has ' received the  Russian Government  Must Change  ire    intended    women    to    be ,. ^ ,  e, healthy and happy as the day'medxate need-  Is  long,"instead"of being   sick     and'     Mr. Harrington  'wretched.    But how can any woman  following message from Washington  an"'be healthy and happy when the whole  jn tWs connection  condition   of  the   U.G.G.  also  occu- nervoiis  system  is  unstrung.        The  c_: j:cjsm j trouble is they pay more attention to  i their social and household duties than  Allies Will Continue Economic Pres  sure Till Democratic Government Is Formed  London.���������The present measures of  economic pressure on Russia--^, .will  continue until a democratic government is established in Russia which  can bc recognized -by the allies-, according to a statement made in the  House of Commons by -Under Secre-  tarj* for Foreign Affairs Harmsworth.  Kaiser is Well Punished  King George Gives Missionary    His  Views of ex-Emperor of  Germany  London. ��������� King George gave his  view of the former German emperor  in thc course of an audience with a  missionary from Armenia, Archibald  Fordcr.  When the missionary told the story  of his captivity of four years, saying  that the troubles had all been* instigated by the Germans, thc King replied: "Well, thcy are-finished now.  Thc kaiser has had to run  from his own country. Ho  punished for all he did."  pieo   some  time.  of the condition of the organization j  was heard, and it was stated that the  financial condition of the company  was none too good, and that were  | the company to close down now it  I would show a loss of a quarter of a  ' million. Officials of the organization  claimed, however, that this did not  represent the true condition of the  company. The opinion was strongly  expresseeLduring. the session that the  company should trade on the basis  of a wholesale concern.  It was stated that the entire wheat  crop of Alberta was about five million  bushels, and officials said that the  company could handle every'bushel  that did not go back into thc ground  or was fed to stock.  Plan Merging Agencies  "SYRUP OF FIGS"  CHILD'S LAXATIVE  Dominion Employment Bureau May-  Supplant  All   Others  Vancouver, B.C.���������The World says:  "A move is on foot to place all governmental       employment       agencies  throughout  Canada under the supervision of the department of civil re-  cstablishmcnt.   This would mean that  ! thc  Dominion  employment     bureaus  ���������rlli   ow ������Pcratcd here would be operated from the S.C.R. offices under the  direction   qf   the  unit   commander  in  British   Columbia,   and   to   complete  the   scheme   as   it  has. been  mooted  the   provincial   authorities   would   bc  asked   to  come  into  line  and  merge  their employment  services with    thc  soldiers* organization.  they Q<rto cneir neaitn. is ii any  wonder, then, that they become irritable and nervous, have hot Hushes,  faint and dizzy spells, smothering!  and sinking spells, become weak and  nervous, and everything in life becomes dark and gloomy.  Miiburn's iieart <md Nerve Pills  are the very remedy that nervous,  tired-out, weary women need to restore them to the blessings of good  health.  Mrs. P. H. Ryan, Sand Point, N.S.,  writes: "I havc been a great sufferer  from nerve troubles. I was so weak  and nervous I could not sleep at  night and my appetite was very-poor."  I could not walk across the floor  without trcmblfng. I had hot flushes  and fainting spells. When I was on  my second box of Miiburn's Heart  and Nerve Pills I began to feel bet-,  tcr and kept on until 1 had used six  boxes when. I felt like a different person. I am never without them in the  house and recommend them to all  who suffer with  their nerves."  Price 50c a box at all dealers or  mailed direct on receipt of price by  The T. Milburn Co., Limited, Toronto, Ont.  "The United States Railroad administration has seized all coal en  ���������wheels, which has been sidetracked  pending distribution under priority  schedule. The director of purchases  of the United States railroad administration will have charge of the distribution. It is essential that you get  absolute proof that the preferred industries are in immediate need of  coal upon receipt of which information the administration will take up  the advisability of immediate release  dmf '  to "preferred industries, according to  in high heel footwear they suffer from  corns, then they cut and trim at the-ss*.  painful pests, which merely mak*-.s the^  com grow hard.    This suicidal habit  warned to stop it.  A few drops of * drug called frees-  one applied directly upon a sore .corn  gives quick relief, ami soon the entire  corn, root and all. lifts out without  pain. Ask the drug store man for s  quarter of an ounce of freerone,  which costs very little, but is sufficient  to remove every bard cr soft corn  or callus from one's feet.  This drug is an ether compound and  dries in a moment and simvly shrivels  up the corn without inflaming or even  irritating the surrounding tissue or  skin. Clip this out and pin on your  wife's dresser.  priority list."  Enemy Delegates' Passage Arranged  Washington. ��������� The German and  Austrian delegates to the International Labor conference here having failed to obtain passage to America, the  supreme council at Paris has agreed  to cuueavor to arrange ucctcings, ac=  cording to a cablegram received by  the conference.  away  w  Look at tongue!  Remove poisons from little stomach,  liver and bowels  Rounding  Up  the   Bolsheviki  Loudon.���������A  headquarters     bulletin  from    Gen.   Dcnikine,    received here  by     wireless,    claims that     Cossack  troops     captured   35,000     Bolshcviki i  between  October     17 and 27.       The |  Iroops   of  Gen.   Dcnikinc's   volunteer  army   in      lhe  meantime   took   20,000  more.    The communique asserts that i     ,  ������.  ��������� ��������� ,   r,  , ,      .,    .. schooners  entire   divisions  of   IJolshcvik   troops j  are being put out ol  action daily.  Imperials to Pass  Through Canada  Veterans of Winnipeg Are Planning  Reception for Them  Winnipeg.���������In a day or two, three  thousand British soldiers will be  passing through" the West on their  way home from Siberia. They will  arrive at thc coast on the Monteagle.  As this is the largest party to come  across Canada, Winnipeg returned  soldiers and thcir auxiliaries are going to meet them with some cheer  as a mark of appreciation of the  worth of the imperial army to the  Empire.  Love's young dream is all right until the matrimonial alarm clock goes  off and causes a rude awakening.  Victory Loan Popular in U.S.  Toronto.���������United States citizens  have a keen appreciation of the value  of Victory Bonds. Subscriptions  from the other side of the border up  to a few days ago totalled $27,281,-  550, two millions more than was collected last year in the entire cam������  paign.  Prince Drives Own Train  Montreal. ��������� At FJavelle, twenty  miles west of Trenton, the Prince of  Wales boarded the locomotive oi the  Canadian Pacific railway train and  personally drove the train into Trenton,  igafiigaTTi'Tanai  ovrilise  Sinn Fciner Released  Dublin.-���������Ernest Blythe, member of  the Sinn Fein parliament, who was  arrested during a raid on Sinn Fein  headquarters September 12, nnd later  was sentenced to one year in prison,  was released from prison after having  been for five days on a hunger strike.  Il'l.'ll'-       *~.i..0~.   *.-.   -i   l,A<n;������r.l  50  Schooners for  Dominion Govt,  Victoria.-���������It  h;   reported  here   that  the   Dominion  Government   plans   to  place    contracts     for    fifty     wooden  with     British    Columbia  ������liin<"ir/la A t-crwiYtrird    fn    ittm    v4.r.r*r.y  25  of the  ships  will be constructed  at  this port and  the  other  half   will  \>u tiiiiice.1 vjiiu hy  _y.nu;> uu   iiie iuuin-  land.  Arcopl. "California" Synip of Fhr<)  only���������-le.je.ik for the ii.iWic C.liiwinia  on the package, thru you arc i,ure  your child ia having the b������-st and  inoHl. hariulrin laxative or physic for  thc  little  stomach, Yivrr anel  howHh.  Child:.  u> *'t  rmty  f^'t-*.     Ft'll <!irC'-tinn';  <V>r rbiM'-; eln^r  on each bottle.    Give it without fear.  !v( lll'irt  1      V������llr   III .I--!   '<.i V     "C.tKfl il'ltlj.."  VJucbec.���������A siudden tilump of ciftht  cents in the price of cured and un-  cured ham agceeably surprised Quebec bousewivt-N. This stieldtn decline  ii, diic lu tiie iritici find' the i;ovt-,iii-  tiitui, jl.ii-uii ,il>i.������ h.i., j.ulU'jt.d a i\t".~  r li ri r- of ������������������!.!-,���������.(  '��������� ���������      '   ������������������..������������������������ ������n������r pound.  Peace Treaty Effective November 28  Pai'L.���������Tht tii'ikty of Vei ;.-iftCw. ;;ud  the peace aetllement with Germany  will become effective, it is averted  in   well  iiifomictl  citclc-.a,  ou   Novtiu-  UCI t.iA.  The (lii-ii.ilurc of lhe protocol and  the exchange of rulific.tlioiiB between  Germany and such allieu power������ un  havc then ratified the treaty will tube  place on  that date, it it reported.  Bovril   gives   richness  and  flavour  to  soupa, gravies, and all made dishc*.   When  you are coolcmg, keep the bottle where  you can see  it.    Bovril not only makes  11..       - .el    ,   ~-, %*. turn m    .������ ������������ ���������,        Mt, n  <4   f\ m <f **\ \m* \   Mt, \m~ m-% itm        0X, I 0m  IIIO    <d~*imX4~4.     ***W������ %*    ^MjO|M^*vj      ^ k-x m  to*' ~~  it-  additional food value.  The body-building power of Bovril has heen  to be from io to ao timea thc amount taken.  I  ���������������..���������������    *tJ* ���������"'���������"Mil,  B      \m",tt-     Rt  .Trn'mrsriti 8  li itm  "*������'#���������">iii** ~f~4r~-'~~h'4P^~^%T  It.-M iiivi m i' tt\:i f. m* Wv*������ !���������*)-<. Irtmiw mntmfmimtitvimtifui  I xWivNhhM m0L*VJ4X0ti-4' ->  w.  R  tJ.  t?.m  0i.limJ.Mdtm.xa .rrMWTttWttWUrM..  mmimwmmmMmHmmmmtmmttimiimimm  Wi.,.i'WMW.WWWMW.'MW...'^W.i���������.       E  -mimmmmmmmmmii-li  itmmmw-m  'mMMmwmmmmmmmM  ami������iiiwtliffiiii|-f-������miriiirt-iiirliir>i(iiiiii-nmwi,|ittiti|ii ___  pwwE#[f������iw'"'|iy'^ m  II   llr-l  ~~immtimsh  MiaMtarMMIIII   IK   <���������     I  M   II   .Mil    II     ������. -<t-M ������ > ������   ������ll   III    II   M   WIII ltd)  HII   ur   (     I ��������� it, UIIIUUI W imirw ill   mm HI i7r,.....n,i;.,. r0xr~m ������������,������ ,,i,)������iw. ���������i0,0rU00.M..,i*���������iW,K.,.,r������-0r,^,  t4m4m'M4lm-1mm*0r**0.  Vr\i"xitt- Mir  ft������rinW������"*KW*^^f,if,W(>uWSf  *-0m0.i0.l.ir><-mrm,ti^mwm-'mii.t.ir7dim,mm-rrM\,**m'*'*iim������^ atmtsmmmiamaitm  THE  CBESTON  BEVIEW  B       jr*X*T0Tvi       MmvarnxmS       \\d& mx.mm������. rrm.70-x mm. 9  A-m~\MKd&.d\ c%.n&^6i a. wd?iia;  Cows For Sale���������-16 head of milch  etows, grades.    Apply C.Olsen. Creston.  l'OB Sale���������Saddle or driving mare,  gentle; set new single driving harness;  elining room extension table, round.  Can be seen at the late Mrs. Miller's  ranch at any time.���������W. H. Fan-ell.  J. K. Myers of.Victoria, private secretary to Hon. Dr. King, minister of  works, was a Oreston yisitor on Monday. Mv. Myers is a bind owner in the  Erickson section, and whs making an  inspection of his pi-orerty during his  stay.  The shortage of refrigerator ears is  delaying apple  shipments  again   this  year. The Union Warehouse is full  and the growers have still a quantity  to bring in. More apples than ever  are being stored for later-in-the-season  selling.  Finishing touches are being put on  the exterior of new residences for T.  Treyelyan and F. H. Jackson. The  former is building on a. site near the  fchool while the latter is erecting his  on bis property across from the Edmonson ranch.  The waterworks company is laying  a new three inch main aloug Hillside  Road to supply residents in that locality. Hitherto a much smaller pipe has  eleen used but the erection of new residences this year Vi as necessitated the  putting in of the larger pipe line.  HWMIIMII^mMattMEgW^^  Pie Plates  Bread Dishes  Casseroles  Pudding Dishes  Muffin Dishes  The newest and, without doubt,  the most useful and economical  cooking utensils are tlie PYREX.  Easy to wash, thejr stand hard  usage, while the cooking done in  them is not liable to burn. Our  stock is complete, with prices running from 40c. to $2.50 per piece.  Nothing could ha more suitable  for a Christmas Gift, and if you  wisli 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  Sleep Meter, Big Ben and American  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.  Hardware & Furniture Supply  Company  Cattle Fob 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.  Monday of this week was about the  first time in at least three weeks that  the eastbound express has arrived in  Creston on time. On Thursday it was  considerably after midnight before  the train. reached here. Snow and  cold on the prairie has delayed the  main line connections.  .  Eggs are now retailing at 80 cents a  dozen in town, and from all accounts  are liable to go higher before taking a  drop. Poultrymen report that the  hens are not yet showing signs of  starting the late fall and winter egg-  laying campaign, and are almost a  month behind schedule.  Miss Olive Hayes will be in Creston  from Nov. 24-th to 27th. and will give  lectures and demonstrations on canning and dry cleaning in Speers' Hall  on Nov. 25th and 28th at 2.30, and on  Nov. 27th at 10 a.m. Members of the  Women's Institute free, non-members  a small charge per lecture.  The milder turn to the weather the  latter part of the week, with ruin ac-  conpaninient has taken off all the  snow. Even nt the top of Goat moun  tain very little of tbe white mantle is  in evidence. The moisture is most  timely, as since spring bhe Valley rainfall has not totalled oyer three inches.  Arthur French has t\is new barber  shop and biliiaod pai-leir on Fourth  street open for business, and is attracting a good share of th������ trade in these  lines. The place has been thoroughly  overhauled and presents a bright, attractive apperance. He is also handling  tobaccos, cigars and soft drinks.  M. J. BOYD  Manager  J. D. Moore of Kaslo, provincial road  superintendent, was here the early  part of the~week, inspecting the work  J. A. Hunt is doing on the new road at  Goat River Crossing. Roadmaking is  practically completed and when two  or three bridges are built the job will  be finished. . The   work   cost  in   the  neighborhood of $9000.  Rev. Field Yolland of Fernie, rural  dean of East Kootenay, will visit Creston on Saturday, Nov. 29th, with the  object of making an inquiry as to the  possibility of establishing a resident  clergyman in charge of Christ Church.  He will conduct services on Sunday,  30th. Notice of public meeting will  appear in next week's issue.  Commencing with Sunday night,  and running each evening up till Friday, the Methodist series of eveange-  listic meetings in connection with all-  Canada Foreward Movmeent,  will be held in Creston Methodist  Church. Rev.R. W.Lee of Cranbrook.  Rev. E. Batzold of Fernie, and Rev. E.  Redman of Kimbeiley will all be here  to address one or more of the meetings.  .W.H. Gobbett recieved word a few  days ago of the death of his nephew,  Lieut. Harry C. Dobbin of Medicine  Hat, Alta., who was killed under  rather peculiar circumstances. While  distributing Victory Loan literature  by airplane in eastern Ontario, some  thing went wrong with tbe machine  and he and a passenger was carrying  at the time crashed to earth near  Eganville, both beiog instantly killed.  The th-st regular sitting of the county court-of West Kootenay to be held  in Creston took place on Tuesday afternoon, with Judge Forin of Nelson  presiding. One case was down for  hearing, and it was disposed of in time  to allow the judge and the court clerk  T. Bowman, to catch the afternoon  train back-to Nelson Sessions of the  court were sanctioned for Creston  about four years ago, but this is the.  The new 10 h.p. engine for the picture machine and lighting system at  the Peekin theatre arriveel the latter  part of the week, and wiii be installed  right away. The six horse power engine in use was a trifle too light for  the load, and with characteristic enterprise Manager Rodgers has secured  tbe increased power in order that iiie  excellent film" seryice the Peekin is  using may be shown patrons to the  very best advantage.  Fob   Sale���������Ranch  4t nm\ -Wrm"1  VV  horse,   weighs  V. Jackson, ot-eston  hi -Km-u ��������� _   Do you know why so many  women prefer WEAR-EVER  utensils? If not see for yourself the difference between  WEAR ~ EVER and other  kinds of aluminum and enamelled wear by an inspection of  any of the following Wear-  Ever articles we are showing :  Double Boilers  Pie Plates  Jelly Plates  Bread Pans  Berlin Kettles  Fry Pans  Pudding Pans   .  Preserving Kettles  Doughnut Cutters  Tea Percolators  Coffee Percolators  Ladles  Clothes Sprinklers  Collapsible Drinking  rs  XX 1 ll ill HI liil!  uteri Sits  are nut  "all the same."    You get the  best always in Wear-Ever,  51 ffl 11 U^ili  Lower  Prices  Service  '  St  -st  mmmmmmimiim  ^ iii i isi I  iswwwgsMaajmwaia^^  tiiers  About Your  usiness  "In {.liking to sum*- ni' oui- deal-  ������������������!���������> u. AU>-.-:'i;i. and also to Mr. ���������  "f W-i-nirv-f^. Mie-y si;il������-e| that tlie  l ."!'"-*���������.'.; Kruii (innvi'ts Union  I* ia.-:':>.��������� !':i<'-k is absolutely the  ti:.--T |,:i.-k s|ii|j|)i-i| <nit oj" lirit.is.il  i.'< Kl.-ii'iii.e. Tin- ejiiali'V can not be  ���������-sir:-���������, i������-M."  '"\ ���������'���������.'������������������      '!::!!:!���������'.      Y'.'l!      I'd!'    !.!ic     1.1'lral.-  Mi'-i." ,V"ii hav-- givt-n us this ye.-ir.  \\'f ar'' Vf-y w.-li sat islii'd, ili(l������>e'(| ;  Iim'Ii    ,i-    lo   t|i<-   se-rvirji-  yejti   haves  pr.'-:\ U-. a ��������������������������� \\ ell a>; ' la- quality ol"  t h"    -t ii fl'.    anel     e-i iii.siiifi-at ion     in  I'Vi'l'V    V\'aV.  "Vour ai'i'ount lias ln-eii, without  i--;i-f\>\ ion. oui' oi' tli>- most. iile-aMHiit,  :\ i- havi- h;nl on <iiii' iinui\.i Liu..  V"'i I".  Th"   ahovi* ar''' <������������������-; I i'ae-1 s    from    let.-  '    ���������       >'������������������   ...    ,)'. IV ..-....���������     i: ���������   ..'I,,,   io-  !/<���������! 1 i'-l'    liaii'lh''! ov.a     7 ���������">    [><T   ''"til.  ol"    vol, r    1 i .1 ;i !    ��������� h i [iiii'-i it ���������-,.   .i n< I    I.s   a.  -' I   i i ���������' I 11 ���������. i ' \- .1 ' r j '      . i J , y    i ���������: i - l J i ��������� ���������  hu'i  I .ui! I    u 11 ,i   v 1111: i o|i-  a -,-'������-t   id   I |i������'  t't I' i' i ''.' i \ I       oi       < 'l    I I I  |r ���������       i |  , i , I        . ill \ i   i  ��������� I a u   a ,   '.  i lu.i i.li-   i"     ii"   ;'ooi| 'Vill   iii  LL \     ?','���������?     a ���������.-1      I a I y.  r      in       ' hi'  i   ." -'������������������,.���������     '-. ���������  A,"    ���������..;.    .-!..!...,-  ���������.    '     : ���������������������������,--..���������    ( I.:.      i',���������,,',  "i I I'' "i'i .Ml'     l.ll'.In."."     |"      \������'i.������'! !|      ! il"  "II' .1"  m  t������:i!!L,t���������SZ',l,'A  >jr]NDER  the  present  system  of distributing  Fruit  products   an  vMl    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 because of sugar shortage, nor one box of apples frozen in the warehouse, or in transit.  These figures measure up big when we recall what has happened  in other districts, and remember that two years ago onr output of  Small Fruits was 8000 packages ; Plums 2400' crates ; Crabapples  Kf>() boxes; and the total Apples shipped only 24 cars.  Keep in mind, aiso. that this season youi- business has imported and distributed for your benefit $75,000 worth of supplies, which  includes $50,000 worth of Flour and Feed.  We submit that the Creston Fruit Growers Union, Ltd., is a  success, and as such deserves the support not only of every rancher  but of every citizen in tho Valley.  We submit, further, that the Union is a success solely because  *.',' ii.,:, a,],\,<,v[, it waa received f;c/.v; the individual ranchers ; nnd will  continue successful only as long as it receives this support. What  wo have dow in the past two years is nothing conmared to what we  will he called upon to do during the coming two seasons.  Whether your selling  organization  falls down or stands   up  ...,-!.a  !!,i; \.,A,\ will depend upon the support it gets from the people  Do not expect your employees lo fake a greater interest in  vour iiusiiH-s.s limn you do yourself. They depend upon the Union  ie������r I lieu monthly wa^e: you depend upon u���������wbetner you rean/.o \~  ��������� ���������>���������  not.     for your e\islenee a.s ;i successful fruit rancher.  The time has come fen- < xpaiision. We must prepare for in-  '���������rciise-d e.\jM������it, ,'ni'l c;tn just us easily at the same lime prepn.ro.  to lake care oi your inciea-iiij'   requirements.     IT   IS   UI* TO  TIMO  ('I;i.s I ()\ h;.i: I r (; K.( > vv r,icS Ui\ iwM, Ioi>.  ,?X'ii"������'.V-'-i-,'.���������C'''''^IJ*'-'  ZZ'Z^'X"^ ''  "���������',:";;;-;"'-,)1-'      /���������.-*���������>**   -������.,n..r   --e            ��������� ���������   -���������..������...���������,,   ���������,..,. ��������� -.��������������� ,.iiM*Jt.^(-J^v't*'('"*?'"^'u>*������ia'*H'HlW*iVtrJ*"  W'������>WWWy(^M'M''W'l'-*' ������������������f-!\H>Y-������-"Vl*>m  -'��������� ��������� '���������"������������������:-"*"  '���������"���������������������������-.'."     :'..'.:.-..        .. "     ..-.., y.:.,?;'���������;..:;. -~ps:,y.^rA:T��������� ty^,'L-,,...:.-Ai.....'^-.:.n������niiT'iri- n.<wwwkwi.HMn;rtfw)ww^.e*M������e*������ir<������������^''*^" -<i.-..*,.--m������'  this FEED  Eusinoss  We looked after your needs when  tnrnovoi-H were slow, prices uncertain, ancf our time valuable in  other   departments Now    that  turnovers are quick, prices established, and time not particularly  valuable you have the opportunity  Riven you of Rupportinp; thft other  fellow and letting yanr own employees stand idle. Remember  they are not on piece work, and  yem pay them full time whether  yi u let. the other fellow do their  work or not.    Its YOUR huKiness.  Klour sales are the life of your  i'ee.-ii businens. Purchases oi .Hrau  and fihoi-ts aro regulated by the  iioIIm iweordin/if tfi lti<> tle>u������- purchased. Why kill yauv own fe-ed  business by buying Hour from your  opposition.  Others advertiser and, no doubt,  ttt-11 limn- at tlie same, price' a$; tlie.  \\,Z,i. {.-..:] \\,,y ������������������}-.?? A.Zj: <\-"  yi'M-r, agei the're weir.ld be no ii'-e'*!  for the Union to hare a trading  department. If you buy feed else-  wlie-re- in live ye.ears time the Unieui  will li.av lio tl'Jieliiig el.|i,U I Die-ill.  Will Irbe-ie-  lie   nee el   i'e������r  il V     Tiiiiilv  I I    nVnl' !  II  ������*M.\ J- )mt.\j,.*L~.Jmm'diA---:x^.  ��������� t, ~j4t.jZ.i~ ���������',% tn- .<*,...Uv\it.mi. 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