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Array jjsasaa  tl. ������������������;���������:  '  >���������'_���������   "     "4  ���������''^.*.  _...-��������������������������� /,,���������-;*  ������������������ ���������) v-"  11  iT^T^ HOTAM  '���������JT  Vol. XI.  ORESTON, B. C*. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 81, 1919  No. 38  Local and Personal  High school inspeetor DeLong was  here on an ������*/ffic*-jal visit on Friday, and  had many complimentary things to  say of the new high school building.  About 20 scholars* are enrolled at  present.  The reddest touch of the month was  e>n Saturday morning when the mercury ge>t down to 12 above zero. Fol-  leiwingan almost equally c-old dip two  mornings previous the finishing touch  was put on any apples that, were still  on the trees, as well as doing damage  to un dug potatoes.  D. W. Hynds of Fe-rnie is here this  week putting a coat of piaster on the  exterior of the new Mallandaine office  building, as well as plastering the in-  M-rior. Mayor Little has guaranteed  -M'Hsemable weather hence the undertaking of a rather risky piece of work  -it this season of the year.  The school board is after provincial  engineer Kamsay to build them a new  sidewalk leading to the new nigh  school building. The trustees are also  adopting measures to ensure all child  ren of school age attend the seat of  learning the prescribed number of  days set forth in the school act.  Col. and Mrs, Lister were visitors at  Vancouver a few days at the week-end  where he was attending a conference  of the B.C officers commanding, which  was adjusting matters generally in  connection with the provincial militia.  He got back "Wednesday via the Kettle "Valley, and. reports a foot of snow  a t Gkanagan points.  The C.P.R. went back on to Pacific  time on Sunday last* and as the town  stil! maintains mountain time trains  now depart at l."35 and 4.15 town time.  Cranbrook council is consulting all the  other centees in East Kootenay as to  the advisability of the towns all adopting C.P.R. time. -At present none of  them have taken the railway time.  Another passenger destined for the  Old Country oh Sunday's train -was  Mrs. M. Young, who has conducted a  millinery store on Fourth street for  seueral years past, and who will probably remain overseas permanently.  She'took with her fiye of the children  of the late Mrs. Andy Miller, who will  make their home with Mrs. Miller's  brother in England.  Wednesday night next, Nov. 5, the  Peekin Theatre will start the first of  its Wednesday, night shows which  will be a high grade of pictures consisting of a feature, comedy and a,  screen magazine. On Wednesday-  night the Peekin will present Marie  Walcamp in "Tongues of Flame,"  a Bret Harte .story of the Forty-Niner  days of California and is well "vvovth  seeing.  A. B. Foreman of Victoria", deputy  minister of public works, and Wm.  Ramsay. Nelson, proyincial engineer  for Kootenay, were visitors here the  latter part of the week, looking things  over at the site of the new Goat River  high level bridge. Bids have been re-  oieyesd .for the concrete piers, which  are to go in at once, but no decision  has be* n made as yet whether the  bridge will be built by day labor or a  contract let.  Prior to the temporary freeze-up  which came on Friday morning potato  shipping was quite actiye, but the cold  spell has halted the spud export this  week, Some apprehension is expressed for the potatoes the cold dip caught  not haryested. 20 degrees of frost is  pretty sure to have nipped some of  them and there are several acres of  potatoes throughout the Valley in lhe  ground at the time.  The Valley  vV(>g  iii V *-L"*".".-_*li'  ivttv  inch snowfall on Wednesday and  Thursday morning���������the yery earliest  date old timers can recall sleighing  ever being in eyidence in these parts  The weather is quite mild, however,  and as we go to press the snow is quite  rapidly disappearing. On the prairie  the snowfall is two feet at some points  ���������and is accompanied by 12 below zero  weather in Southern Alberta.  The end of October sees at least 80  per cent, of the Valley apple crop already shipped, and the remainder will  be largely shipped within the next ten  days. Early in the. season Manager  Staples of the Fruit Growers Union  contracted to supply 95 cars of all varieties and from present appearances  he is confident he will no_t fall far short  of delivering every car booked. Shipping at Frickson is heayier this year  than ever before.  After about two years at. prairie  farming at Glenayon, Sask., Mr. and  Mrs. Tom Goodwin arrived back in  -Urescon on Wednesday to resume  ranching on their eight-acre oaeh&rd  property here, and are being royally  welcomed back. Although both 1918  and 1919 were inclined to be on the dry  side Mr. Goodwin states that crops in  the Gienavon section were quite satisfactory and he is well pleased with his  two-year   venture at grain  growing.  *tn*k  lIBSk  *">"  &   jm  /&  rf_r*-""*"a_ ^~~ _-������a  ������  rm^mfrnW S  ~~f~~f  y,m  w Af   s m  & a    w m  g  ^Sm^*W/  ������/  Canadians !  This is a call to Nationa.1 Service���������  The Victory Loan  which opens to-day  ^70U are citizens of  no mean country.  ���������*��������� Canada is a fair, free land.  Canada is your country.  Canada���������now���������has need to borrow from you���������Lend:  Lend without restraint of politics or fine distinctions of creed or party.  The leaders of the political parties endorse the Loan.  It is CANADA that asks:  And why���������  To clean up the last of.the War's commitments and expenses;  To establish beyond all question the capacity and credit of your country;  To care for the wounded and maimed soldier;  To finance the bonus of the returned soldier already paid;  To enable the fruits of Victo;y to be garnered;  To ensure the prosperity of you. her citizens.  The guns of war are silent���������bat they  arc not yet cool.  The Victory Loan  1919 ir, a War Loan.  Canada's book  of war is   gloriously written*���������make  this, the closing chapter, a  worthy one.    The responsibility is yours.    LEiND 1  [.Hy. uh' jj -il  JSijtU0 A LLl.. fl 0������       0.. . ..'. .14. J* <������  Src- Ottilia I J*ro.t pectus  i.).    rrvt.tritd..   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The man or woman who is pale,  sallow, depressed and out of sorts  imaiiy has "Liver Complaint. Such  people continually suffer from headache, constipation, ringing cars;, lack  of appetite, and poor digestion. What  a world of good Dr. Hamilton's Pills  will do in such cases! In one hour  this smooth working medicine changes half sick folks into different looking and feeling people. No chance  for headaches or costiveness when  Dr. Hamilton's Pills get to work. Taken at night, thcy restore normal conditions while you sleep, morning finds  you fresh and hungrj-, headache all  gone, cheeks rosy, eyes bright, spirits  good.  Impossible to feel dizzy, to have  weak back, to bc nervous, depressed,  sleepless, or out of sorts if you tone,,  regulate and cleanse the sytem with  Dr. Hamilton's Pills. Good for men,  women and children.       Sold    every-  if  W  Filling His  tan  HENRY C. ROWLAND  iii  r-..  T*-.~Xr..t     %.-,    =m������rp"r--_  JTI.IUp.CU    UJt    iAyv.v.xm.  iii   ������_,opwrignteii  ill  arrangement with  Thos. Alien,  ������������������ii  Toronto.  arm. He remembered having knocked Lorenz down, and was not disposed to grieve greatly over this, though  hc wished that it might have happened in the street, But first to maul  and then to chase, the pulpy Durand  round and round hc chairs and up  into thc ladies department was nothing* short of ruffianly and Ruggles's  blond head was bowed with shame at  thc recollection.  He decided that beneath bis polite  exterior he must be possessed of thc  soul of an Apache. What would Ruth  think when she heard of his violence?  What would Dick and Mr. Downing  think���������and Darthea    and Miss Challand and Mr. Falconer (an elderly retired English clergyman whom Ruggles had frequently met at Darthea*s  and who had shown him great con-!  sideration),    and the    rector of    the  English Church and other friends and  acquaintances    who  had    always  regarded him as an eminently respectable and    gentlemanly    person? -    It  would ail be in the papers, no doubt,  and  he  would very probably he  arrested on a charge of assault preferred by Durand and publicly disgraced  before a tribunal.   Darthea was right.  She  had not  considered that  a  person of his position was a fit associate  ������������������and the train of circumstances   appeared to show that Darthea's  estimate was accurate.   Rugglcs felt that  hc had acted like what hc would have  called a "thug," and that he was no  longer entitled to the respect of any  decent person, least of all. himself.  Consequently he was a good deal  v/hen,     this     kind-hearted  Coughs, Colds,  -JdXi-.  Ii there is an ailment in the throat  or chest, it i.s surely essential that  thc remedy bc conveyed direct to the  affected part. It's be.-cause the. healing vapor of Catarrhozone is breathed into thc sore, irritated throat and  bronchial tubes that its balsamic  fumes kill the germs and destroy the  cause of the trouble-. These are the  reasons why Catarrhozone never yet  failed to cure a genuine case of Catarrh, Asthma, Bronchitis or Throat  Trouble.  Thc wonderfully-soothing vapor of  Catarrhozone instantly     reaches  furthest   recesses   of   the   lung.**,  uUCCS  looking at a great many people al-|  most at the same time and remembering their names. Then as his quick  glance rested on Rugglcs's companion, liis genial face broke into smiles  and lie came forwarel with outstretched hand.  ���������'Pembroke, my dear fellow!" said  he, "this is indeed a pleasure! And  Mr. Rugglcs���������delighted to sec you."  He turned to his friend. "Sir Henry,  perhaps you have already met Lord  Pembroke, who is on his way out to  the Porte under the auspices of thc  Red Cross. And this is Mr. Rugglcs,  i Sir Henry Stafford," said he, bearn-  thc I jng at   Ruggles  and  wondering     in-  t   recesses   of   the   lungs,   P**������-j wardly how in thc name of all that  a   bcahng   curative   effect   that I ,.       .  , _   .,-,__.,._������  ...  ���������*.������  ���������xssible with a tablet or liquid, j **vas conventional 13c ^appcn.d *-������ r  is impo  which goes merely to the stomach,  and fails entirely to help the throat  or lungs.  Catarrhozone  Just Breathe It  To permanently cure your winter  ills, your coughs, sneezing and Catarrh, by all means use a tried and  proven remedy like Catarrhozone.  But beware of the substitutor. Large  outfit lasts two months, costs $1.00,  small size 50c, trial size 25c, at dealers everywhere.  en ���������������-,p**o#*r-*l  _JP.pi ������r x .UX.X4.  sidcrable sum of money  reposing in  his breast-pocket.  "Say," he asked, "'where arc we going, anyhow?"  Thc doctor -smiled. "I thought  we'd go out to thc Madrid and get a  | bite," said he. "I lunched there yesterday, and they gave me some chow  that wasn't half bad."  ^-. . -    - Ip .1-,    l-���������  Kiifrpiess     worst  suspicions     Yv'eicsu"*"U"!> uuuv;*  lunching at the Madrid with John  Willoughby, seventh Earl of Pembroke.  Ruggles was not required to say  much, which was fortunate for Ruggles. Lord Pembroke made a few  pleasant remarks, and then they  separated to find thcir tables. Ruggles  followed his host, his head in a  whirl.  "Lord Pembroke!" he muttered to  himself.    "Gee!*'  "Better havc a wash and brush up,"  said Pembroke.    "You skinned    your j  ������������ss=Buh: laYaiuaTal-a fo? ecssasi  "both in the caso of say baby and  ���������"myself," says Mrs. X������. BoaSn ~t  Weat Arichat, N.S. She ~>~*U.\  "Baby's skin' "was badly broses  out, but repeated applications ~S  2-am-Buk entirely  cured  It.  "Ia my um_ case, I had sc"-������"aS  on my hands, which made it very  inconvenient for me to do say  feoaseswor!.:. Particularly yr&n thla  ao. as it aggravated the trouble so  to put my hands In "frater. By using  Zam-Buk, however, I soon got "relief, and it was not very long before  every trace of the trouble had disappeared." I really think ao homea  aSould bd without Zam-Buk."  Zam-Buk is equally good for &U  akin injuries.   All dealers 60c. bos.  Marking British Aircraft  Under recent instructions issued by  the  British Air Ministry,  the marks -  I on private or tourist aircraft as op-  1 or state mach-  voung Englishman, who bad come to ���������        .     ,-,    .          e,     ���������������������.���������._.���������.*.,,-_  ..;...-._������������������ ,,-.  *                               ,         . .    ,                  . connrmea.    He ���������p-n<->w thr. Madrid as .then picket-, up  his    rescue   at the critical    moment, _���������_._"_���������_���������      t__         _.          .    ^rSimn,,, A.a \.���������irr  .���������-., . one of thc fashionable restaurants of j Know 01a l-aicc  (Continued.)  jd^~m--x-   m.    rrrr** sr-* Y~t      T "t**"  "unAi'i i*,-.**". ia.  "Cafe     de     Madrid���������et     marches*  vite,"    said    Rugglcs's    friend,    and  slammed the door of the taxi behind  him.  Ruggles sat staring straight In-  front of him until they had crossed  the Place dc la Concord. Then hc  suddenly dropped his face into his  hands. The doctor reached into his  side pocket, drew out a -veil-seasoned  pipe, which hc stuffed from his tobacco pouch, and, leaning back in his  seat, smoked tranquilly. Hc did not  so much as glance at Ruggles as  they spun up thc Champs  Elysees.  Ruggles got himself in hand before  the Etoile was reached. He mopped  his face with Ins handkerchief and  'nmcd  to look at his  companion.  "pS.-y, doctor,"' saiel Ruggle-r, "why  ���������.liil you do  that:"  "Haul you out of thc mess? Ec-  ��������� ���������.ii li*= c I heard thc. whole thing and  lik'.-i your method*-, old chap. That  ���������ni brute foived it ou you. He  : ovcr you a good three stone,  Vv.-.! did give him pepper! And  oilier cr...:**, too'." Hc chuckled.  r.t .3v.. to Autcv.il yesterday, but  e.'iern  i . t..s I  too.  1! ,,������  "I v/er.t  1 didn't  iii?  pulled his pipe from his mouth    and  said briefly:  "I know just how you feel.     I felt  the same way once, after I'd lost my  temper in a shop on thc Strand and  chucked everything out of  the windows.    Only I  hadn't half your excuse.    I saw red merely because they  gave mc some  cheek.    I  chased the  shopkeeper into thc cellar: made an  awful ass of myself.   All thc same, I  never regretted it.   The beggars need  a straightening out, once in a time."  Rugglcs  nodded,     rather absently.  He was    quite appreciative    of    the  kindness  which  had been done  him,  but wa.s inclined to feel that, after all.  he would have preferred to bc left to  face  the  music and  take  the consequences  of his act, instead  of being  whisked    away like    a pickpocket or  sandbagger with an accomplice waiting in a taxi at thc corner.   He could  not help liking his friend and feeling  grateful to him, but at thc same time  hc was inclined to distrust such disinterested kindness.   Why should this  fellow havc dragged him out of    thc  store, crammed him  into a taxi, and  raced off with him?    Why should he  care whether he was arrested or not?  Sharing the end of a bench and giving him a newspaper with which hc  was  finished was  hardly enough     to  account for such gratuitous aid. Rug-  .. . glcs   felt  forced  to  admit   to  himself  >...,  aror. t  your   \y        ...... .   , .....  0       1       tnat. his mend m need, for all 01 his  I   went  knuckles on thc big blighter. I must|P������f_fdJ������ ^T^^L  say, though, you got out of it awfully  well. The last row I was in I managed to swim clear, somehow, but I  wasn't pretty to look at for u few  days. That was out in Sydney. I've  been in Australia for thc last ten  ycars. Only came back to inherit  when   my  older  brother   died  a  few  S months ago."    He  thrust his strong  .i,,, r.,.,,  a towel  iconcr?-   Nie  ���������iti-. -.���������_*-     fi���������Pif     ���������.      -mt. _-*������ *-������*������������������ ���������*->-������ *-  l t������ V-\-, L.     J.-WA.       (J".      i-;vi*vt>i-   j       qp  incs, arc to be uisungmsheu by hsv=  ing the marks underlined with a black  line. This brings, the marking of  British machines into line with the  regulations of the International Air  Convention.  *������������M���������������������-���������~������������������������������������������������..������������������.���������"������������������^H���������M���������..������..������"���������p^^^���������"���������~���������**���������~���������,  X  "So you I S  *****-*"_*���������*���������'���������%���������*.  ���������    ��������� S m i������-_r ���������_  rsT������  ts-i i  n   a ji  n  sui-h jump in-j" as that  .vi.; ii  you were chivy-  :'���������������.-.   chairs!     You're  r '.: I'  P..  .1 tii"  v.-   mi ml  I     just  two   ju>t  ���������.'-!  do.11.  )'u;  charm, must bc a rather tough sort  of fellow, who hael warmed to him  because hc had enjoyed his perform-  uiiL4:   iu   the   shop,  and also  because  j lu-. i'i..'. ���������������������������,.'..icr lonely and Avantcd a  \ Huh: excitement. Glancing at thc  i Kiif.'H-.hman'p*". hands, hc observed that  j thcy were hard and roughened as if  j fi'.jii; s.iir. I'm' 'ioiiie caustic agent. His  I 1 arc. too, wns weather-beaten; the  of f,.!'e oiu.  would er.pcct to find  1 sui :  j -in   a  ! '"���������e'Oi,  ���������  1  ,  Ml...: '���������  eov, l-'.-y rather than on a sur-  01" the   \<- A Cross.    Rtiggles dc-  '.      .'. ..;*-:-'     !::::   friri'd     nil   'ha-  ��������� anel escape, from his guardian-  .1-.   -p'.-e.;-.  .is   "io-..'pibh*-.     Tbc  Eng-  ip'. .'onfc'si'in of having as-  M    .1    1.01.iii.n:    :,ii. 1".keeper   se.cni-  i.Kiic.'il j- liiu; n', a r;<t Iu* i" unruiy  ��������� ',:. aii'l "it liir iiionu-nt there was  I'livi'liial   l.v'p''   which   could   po;>-  :i; 1 ���������...   had   l.-*.,-;   e.liann   for   Rug*  ��������� ��������� ;_       (  g     _        J.,1.1,'      ���������',]]  , Mul no*, a had ft-llov.-, anel he-  ' * 11.1 iul..' '.link",  obligation to liiin  ��������� ���������'...,',     ������������������ " '. i���������'.;'. '���������!     Iiii..     from  a  thc city. Why should a stranger ask  him to lunch at the Madrid? There  must be something behind it all.  "I think I'd rather get out here  and go back to where I live, if you  don't mind," said he. "I'm not feeling very good."  The doctor smiled. "If I'm any  judge of symptoms," said he, "your  chief trouble at just this moment is  hunger. This thing has got on your  nerves, and you've not been eating as  you ought���������-what?"  "Oh, I was never much , of an  cater," Ruggles answered uneasily.  "Yes, you are.*!! Any man that can  hit out as you can is a good cater.  Come, now, you're my guest, of  course���������and we're almost there."'  Ruggles did not have the force to  protest further. Besides, as thc doctor said, thcy had almost arrived. The  taxi turned into thc gardens of thc  cafe and halted, and Rugglcs stepped  out after his host. Thc first person  on whom his eyes fell was Mr. Falconer, who was in thc act of giving  some directions to his chauffeur, his  car having entered directly before  that of Rugglcs and his host.  Mr. Falconer- was with a friend, a  gentleman whose years approached  his own. Rugglcs hoped that hc  might escape without recognition,  considering the fact that hc hael just  come from having disgraced himself  and was in thc company of a man  whose name hc did not know, but  who was, as Ruggles was becoming  more and more convinced, not at all  what he represented himself. A doctor, Ruggles had thought, us thcy  had spun uptown in thc taxi, would  havc been prompt to offer his services  to Lorenz, who, as far as hc wa.s able  to recall, had appeared to be in a  very serious condition. A doctor of  the British Red Cross, particularly,  would scarcely have, assisted a stranger in escaping justice. No, the man,  for --.1! of his ch;*.:-.n, v,-;.;-, very obviously a fraud.  But Mr. FalcoiuT's keen eyes had  already caught sight of Rugglcs, for  Mr.   Falconer hael  a  lifelont-;  habit: ol  Ticc    old bird! I  Gat me out of lots of scrapes when  I was a nipper.    He was our vicar.  Then  his uncle died and left him a  pot of money.    Glad of it."  ~-      (To Be Continued.-  "RYRIIP OF FIRS"  *������r   ���������    ������  0  ���������. 0 T~- 0 0     0 <OTPV  CHILD'S LAXATIVE  Look at tongue!  Remove pot-  sons from little stomach,  liver and bowels.  ~r\r%  ���������uv 'J tin  \  1  T  O  i..,  Keep Liver and Bowels  Clean   and   Active  with * *Cascarets? J  .������......:������l....t..������\ti<tii0.+"0.......t:0...i..i*  ������  *  t  I  *_>ick headache, biliousness, coated  tongue, sour, gassy . stomach���������always  fcrnienling  food  in  the  bowels.  Poisonous matter clogged in the Intestines, instead of being cast out of  thc systcm is re-absorbed into the  blood. When this poison reaches the  delicate brain tissue it causes congestion and that dull, throbbing, sickening headache.  Cascarets immediately cleanse the  stomach, remove" the sour, undigested  food, and foul gases, take the excess  bile from thc liver and carry out all  thc constipated waste matter and poisons in thc bowels.  A Cascarct tonight will havc you  feeling clear, rosy and as fit asi  j fiddle by morning. Thcy work while  " you sleep.  About thc only good tilings that  can bc said in some men's favor is  that they arc not society favorites.  1-  i'.i  N. ��������� p  .u'l    ill    e;h;ijir<_    UC ���������  tlie-y      j__ot.      toei  I   .     ',;....!..1   th.it  iH������^m.rZL ���������������������������*J|'* "  Ke*"*p your i-,ye-i  .....   f'jm-m&J-m Srrnm/  .it*'-*. H.-althy   M  iv^yt-^T^'i #/" iii*ijl\rfAiur<iUAv.li,<,t  "ft/,     '-^m-irmirimse*   H-im    if    '���������'o*V     U ni ;iii-i\. ���������  tiiUR, Oet*.^ ".-.lain-".... or.'.r'.ruii-j*'-.-.,  u������rt Murine* oUt-n. S'lt-r- lor irit.mr e.r .���������wiun.  Xt -.11 Tl. ..if.rlni., ic, r*:������n:������i-lr������   Writ.- f������.r |*V������'4t  1 c,i  I.i'.  .j'i   *.<>"  ��������� h.ubl'l  ;i' ������������������. 1   :r.\ii   :..i \  :\hU.    He- br  ��������� Mibl.'i   whethri'     lui.j   '    re-fiffe-ntp-'l.   j.ieell  li-   '.'.oiihl  <j< aUK'tily  h.iV<-  beilh-j  .l(  .iIjuiii   iu''*ftie-.ft,    Nobody I  tjje.i j loir it -i<) be-fejr-"' utile*''!, hr* bad)  1   1  ..-ri  Kill'  '      I  '/  l>.".l..,.i|������'!it   hiii.'.-"*!   of   ll)������*  .4.11 J-     J  eon  J  Accept "California" Syrup of_ Figs  only���������look for the name California  on the package, then you arc sure  your child is having thc best and most  harmless laxative or physic for the  little stomach, liver and bowels. Children love its delicious _ fruity taste.  Full directions for child's dose on  each bottle.    Give it without fear.  Mother! You must say "California."  Canadian Grown Seeds  In Many Cases Are Superior to the  Imported  Varieties  Since 191*1, important, almost colossal, developments have taken place  in roots. Previous to thc war, Canada imported 95 per cent, of her seed,  but war conditions emphasized the  fact that she should depend on her  own resources. At tbc present moment Canadian-grown seed** compare  most favorably and iu many ca.ses  are superior lo thc imporlcel variet-  ic.;.  Mangel seed in British Columbia  has exceeded a ton an acre. Carrot  seed in the same province is not oniy  extremely heavy, hut i.s of Al quality. It has been found that Nova  Scotia is essentially a turnip growing  home. The result ot" what were oii'..-  inally only experiments has proved  conclusively that Canada will not  only be able to supply her own need:.,  \Wf-W~mi~^ |������*������t will  be  able  to  export  m   .a*. e..e j  * i.'ii.ai-UtiC'".. With thi.* cnel in view,'  the rvpcrimrntal r>tat\on<t in both  Eastern Canada anel Britirdi Colum-  .biu. arc being uttl'ued f������<r tlu- i.i.j-t,j.< r  of pre")vieliniv*- nce-d {'rowing concerns  with -itor'e* sr-rel, in otbe-r words the  guaranteed pure yoej first quality ait-  A' THF. ftm  ��������� . ~. ~...  ��������� 1 ,   gl^tr  Mil.  I.  Ready to eawa*  Jtt-i he&it -tmi pBettl*'  ~f, cijjwk, uwmiuv  u.  tj-.vu  ��������� ������v������������-������  iia  ilJJ  .1  ^W,WA.WJ*������?ffl������Bl������������������������l** ���������THE     BEVIEW,     CRESTON,  a.  ": JJij:. :AjM\  ,;?KpA?y>-\  WORKING AFTF.R SIYTV? |  Yon surely must if you don't save when you are S  young. An Excelsior Endowment is the best way. S  Write ���������fr.r namnlet fQ-riav tS  THE EXCELSIOR LIFE INSURANCE CO. I  C|*ar4-cr   A<-*������*Aea *R*B*jnilr<An  SmdM-J*L04j     ���������:J%.XjM. TdXJI    J*mm. TSmmmrr -  !  ���������rat  ���������IT.       vrr Ji^^SJS^S^ IN EVERY STABLE  ��������� "J.**.       l.MPV  ASi-j  WINNIPEG      SASKAIOON      EDMONTON  VANCOUVER   jB  500 More Men Wanted To Learn  Automobile And Gas Tractor Engineeiingr  At tlie Hemphill Government Chartered chain of MOTOR SCHOOLS. We teach  by actual pr.p-.tice to operate and repair Automobiles, Tractors, Trucks, Stationary  and Marine Engines. Our FltEE employment office will help you choose a  position as Chauffeur, Garage Mechanic, Truck Driver, Salesman or Tractor-  engineer. Easy work, short hours and bigger pay. If you -wish to become aa  expert be sure that you join one of Hemphill's schools, where you are given tools  and put** to work on the engine under expert teachers. Day and evening classes.  Beware of the school that teaches with books aud blackboards. We also teach  Oxy-Weliling, Vulcanizing- and tire-repairing, Battery VVprk and Barberisj.. Our  Calgary Branch is the largest and best equipped Motor School in Alberta. Writes  or call  for particulars  -md  free  catalogue.  HEMPHILL MOTOR SCHOOL  228 Ninth Ave. East,   Calgary,   Alta.  Branches   at   Winnipeg,   Regina,   Saskatoon,   Edmonton,   Calgary,  __   ,_ Vancouver; U.S.A. Headquarters, Portland, Oregon  9  3D  After studying the method of scattering hranch schools over  the country wc decided to CENTRALIZE���������put ALL our equipment  in ONii ESTABLISHMENT.  Our $25,000.00 equipment in ONE Big- School guarantees for  you .Better studying facilities and better service.  OUR COURSE IS THE MOST COMPLETE IN CANADA.  For information Avrite DESK No. 22.  GARBUTT MOTOR SCHOOL, LTD.  Public Market Building,  CALGARY       -       -        -       ALBERTA  Ease and Rapidity With Which the  Prairie    of   Western    Canada  Can Bc Broken Up  An example of the ease and rapidity with which the virgin prairie of  Western Canada can he broken up  and made ready for crop is provided  by Mr. Howard Blachly, who is farming ' 480 acres of irrigable land in  Southern Alberta, between Duchess  and Patricia.  Mr. Blachly came to Alberta from  Idaho some five or six weeks ago,  when he inspected the land and purchased it. Hc returned to Ohio and,  after disposing of his property in that  state, returned to Alberta. He purchased a Titon 10-20 h.p. tractor and,  with one man to help him, started  breaking on September 2nd. Nine  days later Mr. Blachly had plowed  60 acres and had 45 acres of this  double disced and harrowed.  Mr. Blachly is naturally very proud  of this performance and states he has  never seen land which works up in  better shape.  ^mrW  ������������l*Ufi������. g   XJlixil^iv-Jxfjs-SX   UUI&FOUN.D  Is the one indispensable rem-idy for contagiouu sad InfectK*****  diseases among horses and mules. Its ���������success ax a oreVeattir*  and cure for DISTEMPER. PINS EYE, COUGH2 -_ad COLDS  for mere thi*; ivvKSxtT-a-r- vears to Use highest tribute tea _t������ ___������������+t  ~i ���������_> nscdici*"---*. It is eadorsrcu _.>. tac best aorje**ae_a and ll-f������-  stock men in Amejrica.  Buy ft of your drug-gist.  SPOHN MEDICAI. COMPANY.   GOSHEN, INDIANA, TJ-S-A.  Mlteiaee lEeoraoesv  _ __.^  If you -considesr its body-building powers Bovril is probably  tbc most szemmiml food you caa buy. No other food, ao  matter how high its. pricef has bssa provsd t������ possess  Bovrii's wonderful body-building power.������, Bovril saves  but-chers' bills and is a great economiser io the kitchen.  *-*.-,  No Inflation  A lady who keeps a boarding house  In     "*__"���������*MiSnrnri      Hi.rnvfr111������*    that  her  m^m .^*������i������  ^dm-.m^y  T.m.m  J *__-_-._-  ��������� ���������   --,^������  boarders were taking a tonic to improve their appetites, posted this notice: "All boarders who buidl up thcir  appetites artificially will be charged  twenty per   cent,  extra."  Catarrh Cannot Be Cured  by "LOCAL APPLICATIONS, as they cannot reach the seat of the disease. Catarrh  sb a local disease,-chatty ^influenced ^by constitutional conditions. xiAX-L/S CATAR.x*.H  MEDICINE -will cure catarrh. It is taken  internally and acts through the Blood on the  Mucous Surfaces of the System. HALL'S  CATARRH MEDICINE is composed of  some nt the best tonics known, combined  with some of the best blood purifiers. The j  perfect combination of the ingredients in  HALLS CATARRH MEDICINE is -what  produces such wonderful results in catarrhal  conditions.  Druggists   75c.     Testimonials   free.  F. J. Cheney & Co., Props., Toledo, Ohio.  Action Against Mennonites  The patience oE the Saskatchewan  "Department of Education in conssc-  tion with the Mcnnonite parents who  persist in their refusal to send their  children to the public schools has become exhausted. This was made plain  in order issued to the provincial police to prepare summonses against  every parent with children of school  age. The Mennonites have made, no  efforts to co-operate with the department.  it Works! Try it  Tolls   how    to    loosen   a   aore,-  tender corn  so It lifts  out without pain.  4,~\0t*S*4-~*%4t%4%^%%t_t~~tt-4A\*.4*tMC-lA'-p*.-**."*- *-**-~*~*0,\\\m.9,00^dJAmttm.%%t.^tt^t.--  Good news spreads rapidly and  druggists here are kept busy dispensing freezone, the ether discovery of a  Cincinnati man, which is said to loosen anv corn so.it lifts out with the  Photograph Kaiser  "Former Emperor Offers Large Sum  to Suppress Pictures  Strong efforts are being made to  prevent \\\~ publication of photographs of former Emperor William  of Germany, taken recently by two  Dutch photographers, who were concealed in a load of hay near Count  Kohenzollern's   temporary   home.  The former emperor is said to have  offered a large sum for the negatives  and all prints made from them. The  correspondent of the Associated  Press has seen the pictures, which  show Count Hohenzollern bearded  and sturdy appearing in a happy  mood, while talking to his wife and  General Gontard, unconscious of thc  presence of the camera man.  THS WSW FRENCH RKMSdY. Ha. et.~. H~S-  great success, cures ctcnote jc w-ca-cnzss. lost vioos  tt VIM, JUDHKY. BLADUBR, OtSSJkSKS, BLOOD POUJOStV  r*LKS. BITUSB N-O.-DUUOQISTS at MJWII. Si. fOST 4 CT9  rOUOBRA. CO. SO. BEIKJ-JLH ST. MRW VORKerLVWA!,-SR.-.S  rORQKTO. WHIT* FOR PRBB *������OC������ TO DR. LE CLSt-l  KED.CO. 8j_VB**BT0CSRD.HAMPS-3AO. LOSErOU, SSI~������  ���������tKV W-CW PRAGgai.TABTgl.KSa) TOXStO.    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The Friend of All Sufferers. ��������� Like  to "the shadow of a "rock in a weary  land" is Dr. Thomas' Eclectric Oil  to all those who suffer pain. .U holds  out hope to everyone and realizes it  by stilling suffering everywhere. It  is a liniment that has the blessings  of half a continent. It is on sale  everywhere and can be found wherever enquired for.  People who are looking for trouble  ure fortunate in one respect, at least  ���������they seldom meet wiih disappointment.  We    believe ** MINARD'S    LINIMENT is the best:  Mathias  Foley, Oil  City, Ont.  Joseph Snow, Norway, Me.  Charles Whooten, Mulgrave, N.S..  Rev.   R.   O.   Armstrong,    Mulgrave,  N.S.  Pierre  Landers,  Sen.,     Pokernoucbe,  N.P..  Ask at any pharmacy for a quarter  ounce     oi  frcei-one, which  will  ccsti  very little, but is said to be sufficient  to rid one's feet of every hard or soft  corn or callus.  You apply just a few drops on the  tender, aching corn and instantly the  soreness is relieved, and soon the corn  is so shrivelled that it lifts out without pain. It is a sticky substance  {which dries when r.ppiied and never  inflames or even irritates tj.ie aujOin-  ing tissue.  This discovery will prevent thousands of deaths annually from lockjaw  and infection heretofore resulting  from the suicidal habit of cutting  corns.  _r������h0e__  Faiss  QuickiY Relieved  You*Ii find Sloan's Liniment  softens the severe  rheumatic ache  You can learn a little each day���������-  unless you arc one of those persons  who know it all.  Put  :_. r i���������  ik   tjn   -lucjjr.  Don't rub it in.  Minard's Liniment Cures Dandruff.  Taking "things as they come and  selling them at a profit begets success.  Minard's Liniment Cures Burns, Etc.  There arc many roads to riches, but  many of us travel in the wrong direction.  HOW TO "BE FIT" AT SIXTY  BY D*R. T.r.!*" 1IEI.BEHT SMITH.  As our boys "came marching homo," they brought a certain red-blooded doctrine, and  showed us the glory of a perfect  body. They will show us how  to "keep fit," even if we have  passed middle life and are beyond thc athletic stage. For  the tired business man, the  man who feels the daily grind  and the nightly fag, has meager  appetite, headaches, nerves  unstrung, is gloomy, ending in  a soggy brain, tiy thc right  way. Get out of bed, open the  window, breathe deeply, exercise the army "setting-up"  exercise or use dumb bcll3,  until in a warm glow.  T^oforo brep.Vfflst tf.'ke "hot  water, and occasionally castor  oil or a pleasant laxative made  up of May-apple, aloin, jalap, and sold by all druggists as  Dr. Fierce's i-icasant reiiets.  Many men get ahead by inducing  other men to put thcir shoulders to  thc wheel.  Just let it penetrate naturally. What  a sense of soothing relief soon follows!  External aches, stiffness, soreness,  cramped muscles, strained sinews,  back "cricks"���������those ailments can't  fight off the relieving qualities of  Sloan's Liniment.    Clean, convenient,  t~t f- rs. ������-> r\ it. ip"il '4'>r> .-M/**-       -Vl    4n  v.V-.pv-^&AWxij.Ao^jkii **        -l-..'V/(     r vj'-j    *j>*,*r\s.  Canada.  smm. *.������������ s i������#������ __���������������*������ 00-m ���������_���������'_!*������_������_������������ g  uuiuusuftraj iiirirsuw I  XX. 0--^- -.he--?- ^)Vr.d\r^vxr\Vfy3 e- _, T-rppy p. ���������   $  The breed "ft** UisJaimcrotriJieJi*^ Write tha Ss-c- S  rctary to-day for FREE PUBLICATIONS, etna ace** |  your nama oa onr itto mailing U*t.  DOMINION  SHORTHORN   BREEDER'S ASSOCB  *C*7> A    rWt.4M,   O.^-. *f%  V*   T*m���������   QmdT.  '"BrookllnrOnt. """ Gaeiph, Ont  iiiwmii,j-u----y."^ ������������������-���������*���������, *,rTu ��������� ****** ���������"���������"'I JF"e*il1- i'l' i^-***"���������1���������!^.  J  MONEY ORDERS  A Dominion Express Money Order for &y~  dollars  costs three cents.  a .fonts jxcoorE  Traffic Cop: "Come    on.  the matter with you?"  Truck Driver: 'Tm  well,  but   me   engine's   dead."  What's  thanks,  \mmarv'fzrii7iirFi&-Y.Trr*&\<----^  WELL SATISFIED WITH  BABY'S OWN TABLETS  ���������g,  are  As Prof. Strauss saj*s? "The excretion of uric acid wc  able to effect by exciting diuresis.'1,  Drink copiously of  ������ ������ ���������     i ��������� It    * < l  . . ������   . .   . ?    1   J     .1      .__.....       t. .. s  Mrs. A. Bernard, La Presentation,  Que., writes: "I havc used Baby's  Own Tablets for my baby and am  well satisfied with them. I have  recommended them to several of my  friends, who have also' used them  with beneficial results." The Tablets  are a mild but thorough laxative  which regulate thc stomach and bowels and thus prove of benefit in cases  of indigestion, constipation, colic.  cnlds, etc. Thcy are sold by medicine dealers or by mail at 25 cents a  box from The Dr. Williams' Modii-iuc  Co.,   Th-orkviUe,   Out.  Best Time to Plow  Never plow ground when it i.s dry,  and never plow ground when it is  wet, says Campbell's Scientific Farmer. To plcv*," heavy soil when dry  is a positive injury to the soil and n  needless waste of powc'". it is always best, to wait until the upper  layer is .snffu-ic-ntly moist to turn over  r-.-islly nnd i.-ninible re.idily. 1'low-  in.v should be done when thc soil is  in the best e'oiidition to respond to  thf*. pulverr/in*',' rlt'cct of the niouhl-  Iji-'-ijiel.        -  Dragged Down By Authma. ��������������������������� The  man or woman who is continually  subject to asthma is unfitted for his  vi hc-i li.r������-'., v.o:!.'. Mtrcugth drpr.:tr.  and energy is taken away until life  hocomes a dreary existence. And yet  this is needless. Dr. J. D. Kellogg's  Asthma Remedy has brought a. tfrcat  l.jj.uj.^i.'.    J.O    ....    pt.Jrlj     O*    ;,\\.l x.' Ci :',.        m.  rclievea the restricted air tubes and  guard:; ng.iir.st future trouble. Try  it.  Nothing to Show 'Em  An American who has lived iu England a great many years recently said  to mc: "When I lirst came over I  thought thc English were slow, easy  and had to be shown. Now I still  think that they are siow, but thcy are  certainly not easy, and I'll be hanged  if I've got anything to show 'cm."  Many mothers have reason to bless  Mother Graves' Worm Exterminator,  because it has relieved the little ones  of suffering and made them healthy.  Weddings in Paris are being held  up by a strike in the marriage license bureau. This is thc first strike  .... i    x.   ,s:. -.^..-��������� ���������_.    ,..,:^���������^        Oil     Ttp,UlVi     L.LJ    umuiiiugi,     4HII..IU.*.     ���������-  Brooklyn  Eagle.  Do not s-affei  another ������Jny -with  Itchlner, Bleed*  intr, or rrotrudp  luff Plloa. NO  surgical oper>  a tion required,  Br. Chase's Giutwjout wiii relieve you i\t onc������  and aa certainly cure you. ������J0a a box: au  dealera, or Edtmiinton, Bates & Co., Llm'U**d.  Torouto.   Sample box free IC you niontton thi*  nan*? ttijjt it** clOSIs 2d fit&d**<i tO tSA-r vyLUtJttrm^  xxOlii   tp-p-ll-.   UI    p-ll.-lilH-.U.  .        .     1     . t- -   -   . 1 -  "���������/VUlA'l     -HCieiiiM."     llirai'"*,   1  auu  i j  i   .-i..x   Lix   k.i;-ui,  ..1- i... i...  UU lil 111  t>*  .l..y..J    J J P.. Jl    VI.  ri*e���������i.i .A...  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Herce and is much more potent than iiuiiu, for \~ ���������will  ��������� ���������lHMJklv/4't     ,������.M*.     Ht'ljJ      )iS    hi*.!       ir*",*,    i\\l7lv(.\  V������'*s   KlHUU'  llaid at Work  'lhe r.ij'ielity with winch Hclgium  got on its feet again suggests that  the Belgians didn't sit down and baggie ai-oui iiow Many iiours a uuy tiiey  slioulel   work.  W,  M  U.  12CG  .,       **,<*,.      '*���������������������������+ ���������   .m-X) j        ~-*S,t -.    ���������*���������*��������� .-%*) t^r~Wmr~m*-9        ^    ^    Mtf ,^ ���������, ^H WpUl, tjt~m\    ^J...    ..���������������   (JH ^M  m-XwAtXt* -xXmJfM H M ������, M H IT IT ttt^tJJl ftj������ ������JUi������ V *i~  mt-r-m.   ���������lU.^I.  4*f������������*^m#������l\  runs.   -s~-.tsv~~'  ,"e������><r4tif*'"������������,������e>  Robt. H. Infiferaoll & Bro., 123 Bleury St, Montreal, C~~~L}  ^-sy^mm^..0.m<0i0~-'"... '���������',.' : "���������'Wt__piii������������-. -~m~-i0i''������lm<< z^zzz:::, ���������'������������������'���������'w.mb^^  ���������Ha  ���������ffiaraa  fwxstmmm9m>mm ���������T'-JIS  THE  CBESTON  BEVIEW  THE GBES*?  ���������fti_"Bss!B_a"  KEV8  Issued every Friday at Creston, B.Cr  Subscription:   $2 a'yeav in advance:  y2*50 to U.S. points.  G. P. HAYKS. Editor nnd Ownei"  CRESTON.  B.C., FRIDAY, OCT. 3i  Buy Bonds to the limit of  your capacity, for the country's sake, for the soldier's  sake: and for your conscience  sake.  Creston Valley must  raise  nnt. Ipsb than &50.000.  ��������� ��������� ��������� *      ���������     ft-   -���������*���������--"--  Buy Victory Bonds.  can  pay for during the next  ten months.  Under this plan you pay  ten per cent on or before Nov.  15th, and ten per cent, each  _P.r_.-p.-l.  XXlLdt, LTJ.1  .-���������11  lrj.ll           IC  _TJ_.U^U**)ti      JHJ,  A���������������������������o*-.    IP.    1Q20.  Once more, citizens of Creston Valley, comes your call to  duty.  Nobly has this district responded to the call for men  and money to win the war.  Crestoii Valley lias a record  of patriotic service to her  country that takes uo second  place to any part, of Canada.  Let's not fall down now.  We MUST finish the job.  We have yet to pay the  price of victory.  Citizens, this Victory Loan  must be driven to the same  complete success.  Only by the self-sacrificing  efforts of every man, woman,  and child can this be done.  Creston's-^ two   banks   will  ������v-*rt 1 ���������**-___    xi-    vxr\C3C\\\*-Wt-*    Tier\*fr������   CXXTXZVXf   AnA  1 1 1 -Xi ITS.    __. X-t        XJ\ t<3*0~ X % ? X\~* *V". V   *������     ml*.   Jf TmdV~.-Tmd  of our citizens to buy all. the  Victory Bonds they can pay  for in ten months.  The Financs Minister has  made arrangements with the  bank managers throughout  the Dominion to give every  co-operation v to enable you to  buy all the Bonds you can  possibly pay for on the instalment plan.  You do not need to be a  customer of a bank to buy  Bonds under this instalment  plan���������it is open to everyone.  Put .every dollar you can  gather together into Bonds���������  and then buy on the instalment plan aii the Bonds you  when you will get your bond.  The interest charged you by  the bank is balanced by the  interest you get on your Victory Bonds.  Any branch of any bank  will store the Bonds of small  investors for safe keeping for  a year without charge.  Buy all the Victory Bonds  you can pay for���������then buy  more on the instalment plan  ���������the banks will help you.  Sir Thomas White's confidence  in bhe people was not misplaced.  Canadians had the money to finance Canada, and Canadians when  shown   ths  *m0-*~9HS>8S ea& s&Sm&ew  The people of Canada ai*e asked  once more to do what Sir Thomas  White in floating the first domes-  loan was satisfied they could easily  do, that is, finance themselves instead of going into the outside  money market for the funds necessary to conduct the business of the  country. - '*"'  ��������� a  I  The Minister ov Finance of the DOMiONiOr. of Canada offers for Public Subscription the  7������ _^   ��������� ���������      ���������   - o   ���������   il  1!  ������Ul���������1S  Bearing interest from November 1st, 1919, and offered in two maturities, the choice of which is optional  with the subscriber as follows:  5 year Bonds due November 1st, 1924 15 year Bonds due November 1st, 1934  ir-rincipai payable without charge at the Office of the Minister of Finance and Keceiver General at  Ottawa, or at the Office of the Assistant Receiver General at Halifax, St. John, Charlottetown, Montreal,  Toronto, Winnipeg, Regina, Calgary and Victoria.  Bonds may be registered as to principal or as to principal and interest, as hereinafter provided, at any  of the above-mentioned offices.  Interest payable, without charge, half-yearly, May 1st and November 1st, at any branch in Canada  of any Charteresd Bank.  Principal and Interest payable in Gold. Denominations:  $50, $100, $500, and $1,000  Issue Prices 10������ and Accrued Interest*  BB  81  interest are  income JKeciirn o?$yo per Annum  The proceeds of the Loan will be used to pay indebtedness incurred, and to meet expenditures  to be made in connection with demobilization (including the authorized war service gratuity  to our soldiers, land settlement loans, arid other purposes connected with their re-establishment  into civil life), for capital outlay upon shipbuilding, and other national undertakings forming  part of Canada's industrial reconstruction programme, and for the establishment of any necessary credits for the purchase of grain, foodstuffs, timber and other products, and will be spent  wholly in Canada.  Payment to be made as follows:  10% on application; 20% December 9th, 1919; 20% January 9th, 1920;  20% February 10th, 1920; 31.21% Mirch 9th, 1920.  The last payment of 31.21% covers 30% balance of principal and 1.21% representing accrued interest  at 5H% horn November 1st to due dates of the respective instalments.  A full half-year's interest will be paid on May 1st, 1920, making the cost of the bonds 100 and interest.  Subscriptions may be paid in full at the time of application at 100 without interest, or on any instalment due date thereafter, together with accrued interest at the rate of ~lA% per annum.   ���������  This Loan is authorized under Act of the Parliament of Canada, and both principal and  a charge upon the "Consolidated Revenue Fund.  The amount of this issue is $300,000,000, exclusive of the amount (if any) paid for by the surrender of  bonds of previous issues. The Minister of Finance, however, reserves the right to allot the whole or any  part of the amount subscribed in excess of ������300,000,000.  Payments  AU cheques, drafts, etc., covering instalments are to be made payable to tbe Credit of the Minister of  Finance. Failure to pay any instalment when due will render previous payments liable to forfeiture, and  the allotment to cancellation. Subscriptions other than those paid in full on application must he aecom-  pr-.r.i-.d by a ceposu of 10% of the amount subscribed. Official Canvassers will forward subscriptions or any  brar.ch in Canada of any Chartered Bank will accept subscriptions and issue receipts.  ^���������:���������'-"-"���������-'<-*��������� inn- may br- paid in full at. time of application at 100 without interest, or on an-/ instalment  ���������'���������?<-P.:?.(- ���������'..-���������ri/n.'tr-r. together with accrued in ten-..- to tiro.-* of making payment in full. Under this provision,  j j -T.fr:* '.-.' ������������������.".':. ..*rir,rijjns may be made'-, as fii'lw.vs:  Il pr-.-: \r. :'���������.:! '���������.;. or before November loth, 1919, par without interest or 100*;'...  If rerr-i.-i-nv.,' instalments ���������*-.iel e>n Dec. 9th, 1919, balance of 00% and interest (.90.52 per $100).  ii" re-nan:*".'..' in?..aime-ms paid on Jan. 0th, 1920, balance of 70% and inte-ost ($70.84 pur $100).  l!'rer.*i-i:.v;r:g insialrr.crit:; paid on Feb. 10th. 1920, balance of ..9% and i-.tcrcst (531.0S par $100).  If remain-rig h-i_.':!*ne:*nt paid on Mar. 9th. 1920, balance of 30% and interest ($31.21 per $100).  ���������������'-"���������:������������������.'..-..���������:.. of lapinlm.-ni.s or pavmc.nl. in full after November 15th, 1919, can be made only on an instal-  ��������� :���������' '!i_e- r__ti-  ~r>i>-i<>inlniitl(i.t  ������nil l-c&i&tvixtloi-  be-ir'-r f-oruK wi*h   outwr-;, will b- issued in rienimimtion of $50, $100, $500, and $1,01);), and may bc  ��������� "!--i ���������������������������:'. a . t    ���������>���������;���������', i ;i     Th': lirst coupon attnchirl to ihiwe bonds will bo duo on May 1st, 1920  '���������   ,iv -v.". ������������������tv.. !.  nos, ih" intf*re:st on which is p-iii  hre-cl. t'> the Opvni.v Iv tiov-.-rnmenl. chequi.., will he  ��������� .-���������, >n -''���������tviminaMori*-. of $..00, 31.000. S.'i.OOO. $10,00'), $25,000, $50,0:)0, $100,000, or any multiple of  i. 1 .M.iilJ...  I*;iyr������:t������nt of IiBtercsil"  A i'nii an! 4 r-;tr\ int.��������������������������������������������������� t ai. the; rate of 5'4% per annum will Ik- paid May Isl, 1920. ,.  Form off ISoi-id juid   ������><������������������v-ory  huh'.cnbfis rriu''t indicate on thmr applications the* form of bond and the denominations required, and  .,������������������������ se-ciiriiii-'* -���������') iruh .aif'l will be deliveree. by tlie bank upon payment of subscriptions in full.  I'j.arrr Injndsof thi-' issue will he .available for delivery at tin: time of application to subscribers desirous  I,      .14,41.4,4.-,      ,,.1,44,44,4      ...      ....',. . r   ,. i .1   ,     4  '.,..., 4 ���������    | 4.41     U.I     4-4/     j_H  11 ll. 1 | J.i ]     Hit,J,     lit       iUll.V     I L. .', I .) t. CI C ll     41.4     ll J      j J J i J U'l ()'. 11     'I I. ' 1  ,ot'T.������ i.  'ill h<- rMivt-re-d to sub ;e:ribers uiakinK pavme-nt in full, as seion as lhe required registration can be  :.l.l'!i:  I'-ivMi-ni. '-.. all iij'-;talmenis rnutit b<- made at the-- bank originally named by the subscriber.  N'r.r, :,i-.'��������� .rvible- :'e*i:������'ipi . will it.-, furnished to'ill subscriber!! who desire to pay by instalments,    These   v  ... i..,-......i-i,. -,.    ���������:i/-rii,..l: b'":'' (':<: ,.'"v!'* on '-ny i-v'-.hry-!.'  dat* v.-h'-n ��������� ulv.cription i"  ;���������,;<!() ii. 1/1       ���������..', ;..-ivi:<t p a.u'.t lie e:/chanKfte| beffure- 1st. June, 1920.  Form  of BovkIm  Iiiic'-rf-lium&o'iM-i--  ���������.uhir'.'i ij. 1 ii/* ;i) -, n.cr'it r,f __" ' j-n's for i-;k h n'-w lx.nel i-,-,nr*el. lujleli'i-.-. ol fully rccisfe-i eel bonds without  ,i,|Ai'i i i.i li.r.- I.i' .,.,in I ���������/ .j ui ir.i I .uri. UjiiM. .rllli i i ii l;������ iW., .11.li I ji iii li.l . i ,1 huliii., \.l ll Ci r' II >;>U.-, Will  ,.,.!��������� r i,. . ��������� ���������'.I '��������� , ...'," ;-f. . ."���������_ !'';!:���������,��������� :-'??. .'": rA. !..:'! ".i!.������:' ���������"' ' ������������������ m; ������ i'n . -.e :>iiv I iiyic, i,n anpli. il 'mi lo I he  -lirir-ii-r    I i' ii-i'iii' "��������������� >.r any Assistant  Kc/e-ive-r (ii-ur\ al  !���������'���������.'th . .f i;,p!i'',-i* kjss may b������- obtain-*.-! from any f )l'li<hi| ('anva-.s'-i. 'i ��������� un any Vie'teiry l/s'in C'< .intuit t"e-,  .r iiu-iribt-r tbe*rrof. ur from <-ny liraiidi in Canaeia of any ("ha i free I Hani'..  S:jh:;r.i-tptii������rj   l.'mt'U v/iijj c,h-.:i'. ouft or hvittrv Tyitvvtnhvr i.">8Bi, j'.yj!.  I   il-,!'Ail I   ,. ,'.  -i .  1     I .r .r\.  ���������<    I    ,      '    ll   i'mVl'l,     Potl'l/PI        JiiVtl,       \'-\'.l.  M...WP4M .ili..ii..,liill>  HT ,'ip,iv- i.-r,  if \ui a ~~ ^a,r? I'-** <a   H^pa ������-**f*;/"r c;   2*iC*i^8    P"1 ,**;���������?��������� t ,n- r*! *"'������������������*-:   ^ [*��������� *��������� F "* ���������!"  absolute necessity for  self-support have cheerfully ti-anw-  ferred their savings from the care  of the banks to the. use of the  country.  This was done to the tune of  $610,000,000 in the 1918 Victory  Loan, and done at a time when the  war clouds still hung black across  the face of the future'. People were  not even sure of how long the war  would last or -what the final outcome was to be. It was possible  that the security for their money  was in peril, and that tribute to a  Teuton conqueror might be added  to the country's burdens.  The Victory Loan of 1919 is floated under entirely different conditions. Our troops have forever settled the matter of tribute. They  have made government security  doubly secure, and there is not the  ���������remotest possibility of Victory  Bonds being ever worth less than  their f������ace value.  Today a  $100  Victory Bond is  better than  a hundred dollar bill.  It may be changed into $102 in  small bills and it bears interest, at  5{\ per cent, per annum.  It can be cashed at a moment's  notice or it can be kept in a box  and earn its keeo*  It can be used as collateral security for ta- ioan up to face value  or it can be loaned to somerne who  needs it temporarily.  As easily transferrable as a- bank  bill," it is as .safe and profitable as a  savings account.  Buy a Victory Bond.  cation to advise the parents or guardians of children not attending that  action will be taken.���������Carried.  Staples���������Cherrington���������-That -secretary write Engineer Ramsay re extension   of  sidewalk   to   the   new   ������'*?���������'"  cnt.nrpl   VpiPilr'i.-irr  iTJ j������Tr������r.<_4_ .  ~~...^-r- . ������-r*r* ~^*  "^   Victoria. Oct. 23���������While in the city  of Nelson last week, Hon. T. D. Pat-'  triillo, minister of lands was presented  with a resolution by the Board of  Trade dealing \vith the subject of it-  clamaing the Kootenay flats.  In the preamble cf the-resolution in  question, -it is set forth that the Dominion Government would undertake  to do the reeianaatory work if it were  in possession of the land.  Mr. Pattullo replied that the Provincial Government would promptly  transfer the land once it could be  demonstrated that the reclamatory  scheme was a feasible one and that the  Dominion Gouernnient would use the  recovered acres for the purpose of  soldier settlement.  The Nelson Board of Trade appreciative of the iiiJineiiHe agricultural  wealth the reclamation of 30,000 acres  would add to the Kootenay section of  the province, will now commence a  drive on the Dominion Government  with renewed hope.  DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP  Notice is hereby given that the partnership heretofore existing between  F. C Rodgers and S. G. Foreman in  connection with the Peekin theatre at  Oreston has been dissoiyed. Aii debts  contracted by the firm are payable* by  the first-named.  F. U. RODGERS.  Sept. 20, 1919. S. G. FOREMAN.  7*_r������������������eB_?_-a_-~__s   fi~f3aa-5*&  m m   nvawv    mvtdmm^mm  <i������������!3pses Q.  ������  * mmiiisim  Creston school board met on Oct. 20,  members all present. s Minutes of the  previous meeting were read and adopted.  Staples���������Jackson���������That the follow  ing accounts be paid: Creston Mercantile. Co., $11.05; Johnston & Hendren,  $80; Creston Drug & Book Co.,$825.28;  Goat Mountain Waterworks Co., $4.  ���������Carried.  Staples���������Jackson���������That secretary be.  .empowered te> purchase ten cords of  dry word.���������Carried.  Staples ��������� Jackson ��������� That secretary  notify janitor empowering him to exercise control of playground outside of  sehool hours.���������Carried.  Staples���������Jackson���������That   whereas   it  has been brought  to  the  attention of  the trustees  that certain children tire  not attending school according to the  School Act, the se-e-i-etai y be instruct  ed to haye the teachers  notify the sec  retary definitely of any such   non-at  tendance, and on receipt of  the notifi-  Get your  Batteries Tested  if tliey  Are run down  I hey wall r reeze  Our charging system is  now in porvfool, m-dor to  fully charge** your batteries.  mm t*1  When  -considering  Mi���������������!���������������������*WW** utt-    ���������������*���������>,     ~J     n% .  -~~t~}j.Jf 4~-.ii^     eul     \m/H~~~.  think of the ear lluil will be  the most use. to yon every  day in the year----  The FORD  li  ~~~~M  V  firpstnn knh %. ^\\m\\\  R, S. Bevan   Manatrcr  ���������t'VJI  Minimum price of Arat-class land  reduced to $5 an acre; second-class to  $2.50 an acre.  Pre-emption no-yv confined- to surveyed lands only.  Records will be granted covering only  land suitable for agricultural purposes  and which is non-timber land.  Partnership pre-emptions abolished,  but parties of nut more than foyr may  arra; g.e* for adjacent pre-emption"-;  with joint residence, but ouch uuihing  necessary improvements on respective  claims ,  Pre-emptors must occupy claims for  live years and make improvements to  value of S!0 per acre, including clearing and cultivation of ai least 5 acres,  before receiving Crown Grant.  Where pre-emptor in occupation not  less tha:* ;* years, and has m.-.de proportionate improvements, he mav, because of ill-health, or other cause, be  granted intermedial, certificate of improvement and transfer his claim.  Jpccords without permanent residence may be issued, provided applicant makes improvements to extern ol  $300 per annum" and records same each  year. Failure tr> make improvements  or record same will operate as forfeiture. Title cannot lie obtained in  less than r������ ycars, and improvem-j.its  oi $10.00 per acre, including Fi ii.ies  cleared and cultivated, and residence  eif ai  least __ year.-; are reijiured. u.  r're-en.ptor holding Crown gram,  may record another pre-emption, if he  re .uires land in conjunction with his  farm, without actual occupation, provided statutory improvements made  and rt-sidenee maintained on Crown  granted land.  Unsurveycd areas, not exceeding an  acres, may be leased as homesltes:  title to be obtained after fulfilling residential and improvement conditions.  For ..razing and Industrial purposes  areati exceeding 6.0 acres mav be  leased by ono person or company."  Mill, factory or industrial sites on  timber land not exceeding 40 acres  may be purchased; conditions include  payment of stumpngo.  Nathral hay meadows inaccessible  by ex sting roads may bo purchased  conditional upon r-onstructlon of a roa.l  to them. Rebato of one-half of cost of  road, not exceeding hall of purchase  price, is made.  PRE-EMPTORS*      FREE      GRANTS  & ACT.  The Mnope of this Act is enlarged to  ncludt all persoriH joining and uorv-  ln_? -*Y,ltb Ills Majesty"!. Forcoo. The  time within which tho holm or devisees  d *\ 1V10C0"-H0tl pro-omptor may apply  for title under this Act |h extended  from for one yo.u* from tho death oi  such pcruon, ait formerly, until one  year after tho conclusion of tho present  war. This privilege In iiIbo made r������-  troiietlvo. -J  No fees relating to pre-emption*Tui,.  duo   or   payable   by  .loldleni  on     piv-  eiuptloriH recorded uftor Juno 2G. iuim  Taxea are  r..������iiH*o������  for  tlvc y���������.t7...  1'rejvlHlon for return of moneys uc-  ciuoel due. uiul hnnn paid nlnoo August  4, llll), on account of payments,- fees  or tiixoii on soldlovn' iire-omptioim  Interest on iigi-oomnntH to pmv'ha.j,.  town or city hits hj*ld bv ine'nhrr' of  Allied i-'orees or dopeuelontH, ucjiuiieel  ellrect or Indirect, remitted from "n-  Hutment  to March 81. 1!)1!0.  SUD-PURCHASERS OF CROWN  , LANDS.  Provl'-lon     -n:\i.o     fy,v     \.,.,..    .    .  Orown   gn-iit.i   to   iiiib-pure-'hasors    of  Crown   UindH,   itodulrlng  ,.|Kh���������,   f,.on",  purcm.;,*!-..   who   fallcl     to     coin pi.  V-  pure-h.uio,  Involving forfe.-lturo, on  fill  llllinent  of .���������ondiilon:. ..f puj-.-ija-.,.  ei.j ilo not claim whole ol orhriuul i,..,-  be. ������|l:iti-|but,:,| propj.itloijal.-lv e.ve'j  whejlo are.a. Appliciitloiin ..i,.M ������, ���������  made by May  ],   i!i_!(.,  GRAZINr.. C  ���������iirii'r.hiK    aci      r.tiil,    f,,r      My,,!,.,,,,.,...  d.*Velo|llll.-|||   (ll   liv.!;.li���������.|<   |n,|n lf|.v   ,,,.,,  Vide.,    lul    KJiJ/.lhf-    ������l.;-.l l-n-lti   ;i,,,|    ,������������.,,..,.  ne1mln|jj|rnll������j������i     jiiiiIii-    < 'umiiii I* -'in.   ,-.���������  Annual   kiii'.Iii;?   |ii>rnill:i   Imsih-iI   i���������;[  ,.,|  on nninlii'i'u j.n.red: pi-im-iiv c , i,  ll.'hi'.l r .4" ii..,'. .'I I  fjJll.j   A:.! in'lul linn,   |'i.|    r.ii'i'i.   j'uiiiri '���������'<���������'  IJK-Iil.      Ki-'-e,   <>!���������  p:,ili,,|l:    f,',.,.,   ,,,.',,',  >>���������> I     ���������-'���������    '���������_���������'     "   ������������������,        '     ������������������  J" >  J-'     I   ..        HI J   |   ,|    _    ,     ,      ,| ,  l.r    lou    i,������ .1x1. 0m  .ftSg  m  Sim  iif  *AS  ~i~0  ': V-J  $ THE  CRESTON  BE VIEW  A cement foundation is being put  under the clubhouse-packing shed,  which will make the structure plenty  ���������safe enough even for the largest of  Creston crowds.  The mill has been running the last  few days on a cut of lumber which will  ���������.���������nsm-e a supply of crate material for  next seasem's use, as well as provide  lumber for some local demand.  D. J. Dewar is on the rounds disposing of Victory Bonds this week.  Last year Wynndel took-up about  $3500 worth of these and it. looks safe  to predict that at least that amount  will be sold here this trip.  ,     A      ll ii\\r\LLr u?4x n     ritxvLj.dX   ic    rp������_    f.Vio +.pt\ii_  ��������� ���������       ���������.f...���������r ..  x-   x   ..        ...xi... xr      .xw     .....       &..xr    xl.xixrax.  for the schoolhouse on Saturday night,  and as sociability of this sort has been  scarce of late the event is sure to be  worth while.  J. B. Rudd has recently purchased  an eleven acre lot near the school  which, we understand, will -be taken  charge of by his son. Gus., who is -just  recently back from overseas.  On the part of the Dixon ranch  wh'ch  thf**   Dwivnv's I'Pijpnt.lv u'Riiiti-Wt*   re-         ���������      _.       .. .    x.       -__,_ E^        ���������--"Tl ���������   clearing operaeions are going ahead in  great shape. The two boys, Ken and  Ed. are in charge of operations.  The Bathie ranch is also getting  some added acreage for berry and ore-hard planting. An acre of the new  area is ready for the plough, and slashing is under way on anothe** stretch  of it.  The overhead irrigation systems a  number of  the   ranchers   below   the  tr.--*. ������ : : t..ii;_        p  lrt.Cl_r_   !-lx-,    ii^HClili^    KJLi     iil.-Ji/il-tliiJji;    Jiiiy*,"  all been figuered out and plans made,  and as soon .-is the pipe gets here construction will be sushed.  has completed his work, and is now in  Oreston doing similar work on Valley  -tuigrxm mtmr. mm .Td^~    m% . .���������_ ���������-_  ictruillcu UlPCU.  A. Lowes, one of the camp foremen  is also away on a snort yacation. He  is at Nelson.  Well drilling was a featnre of camp,  operations the past week. Two more  wells .-ire being put down in the locality where the permanent locations are  being taken up. They are also quite  conyenient for the rest of the men  ���������:>L  t__-   Col. Lister, accompanied by Mrs.  Lister, was a Vancouver yisitor this  week, for a military conference of B.C.  officers commanding.  Mr. Burgess is the latest of the married men to arrive back with his family, and has moved direct to his new  residence on his permanent location.  Miss Vernon, who has been a visitor  here with her brother-in-law, Mr.  Bagg. is moying to Creston in a few  days, where she is opening -a dressmaking parlor.  Messrs. Stone and Layton have been  selected to work Lister on behalf of  the Victory Loan. Amongst the  single men thej-e should be some demand for this high class security.  Pour teiims of horses ai-e now kept  busy at operations throughout the  camp, and a fifth span is expected in  any time now.  Rey. J. S. Mahood was here on Monday night for bhe regular English Church seryice, and had a good turnout  of citizens.    For Nov. 16th it is likely  ' ' .  Sirs-fas*  BmS-SV&ff"  Last week saw four of the Listerites  occupying their permanent residences,  which are situated on the owners 20-  aci*e tract, and oh which the owners  can now readily start their improvement. The fortunate ones are Messrs.  Frumpton, Burgess, Stone and Butler.  J. W. Knight is one of the absentees  from the camp at. present. Last week  he had his hand gashed through that  member coming in contact with the  Wee McGregor saw he was operating,  and he has gone to Vancouver to  straighten up some business affairs.  Dr. Sproule, who has been here for  a couple of weeks looking after the  dental  nee*ds of the men in the camp.  Mr. and Mrs. Aspey got away last  week on a trip to the Old Country,  and ave due to sail from Montreal on  the 31st, en route for Liverpool.  During their absence from Sirdar  Principal anel Mrs. Brewis are occupying the house vacated by tho Aspeys.  Creston callers this week include  Mesdames Loasby and Grunday and  W. H. Morris, who were at the metropolis the fore part of the week.  The temporary holler to ssippl-5* heat  for the C.P.R. Hotel has arrived but  as yet it has not been installed.  Sirdar is on the apple shipping list  this year in good shape. Already S.  Pascuzzo has loaded out two straight  cars of them, and has still an*other to  go forward in a few days..  Never within the memory of the old-  timers can they recall ducks being as  miim-rousT as they are this year at  Kootenay Landing.    The Indians haye  no trouble in getting the bag limit  every day, and the reds are therein  goodly numbers, too.  Come in and see my stock.  They are the best.  Seeing is believing.  Latest Sheet  Music and   Records  Sa   bta   r@/%&gffljL%ffl  If you are needing  ripl-f nr vnan  HgHfflSU  nr  "UI  ���������UGH Ml  now is the time to buy  \s *.} nave jn.si   uiHoauet.  a   ear  oi'  these at  Creston  (.���������...ejrtn    pjfc    . i.m__nr    RnmnaiW  um ������.������ ��������� ������ ��������� njr *t0 it  X-L .VI 4    I   f__ t>  smf -tm m m m ���������_������ *-jt a ���������  Is there any  Meat in the  House?  This is the first question that presents itself  to the housewife if an  unexpected visitor drops  in for a meal. But why  worry ?  Shamrock Brand  Hams and Bacon  Finest  Quality  Cooked hittm  Lunch Meat  Bologna* ������&c=  are always to be had  here, in meats nothing  quite equals 'Shamrock'  products.  Rev. Yoiland of Fernie wiii be here to  officiate.  Building operations at the roundhouse and turntable make Sirdar a  hive of industry these days. While  Mayor Daly officially welcomes the development, personally he objects to  the early morning blasting and other  noisome opei-ations disturbing his  morning slumber.  Mrs. Grundy was hostess on Thursday night at whist, at which seyeral  tables of players participated, the  prize scores being made by Mrs. Tuo  hey and Mr. Bre-vris. There -were also  music and refreshments to round out  a isost enjoyable social function.  W. H. Morris is busy this week posting up the Vietcsy.Loar. posters and  handing out the literature, to say nothing of writing up an occasional application. Sirdar took $5000 of these  bonds a year ago, and it wont be for  want of effort if Billy don't equal that  showing this yew.  Mi*, and Mrs. Jack Cameron __ got  away a few days ago on a trip to California, where they will spend most of  the winter with her sister, Mrs. Ryck-  i!  COLLECTION SERVICE  i This Bank not only has an extensive  brancli organization, with connections in  every part of the world, but has highly trained officers who are capable of handling your  business  with,   promptness   and   sound  judgment.  il  Let this Bank make your collections.  THE CANADIAN BANK  GF COMMERCE  i I  ii  u  2-2A  Creston Branch, C. G. Bennett, Manager  nuULUl)lfll-N 1  EJ101 mil I  I HEREBY GIVE NOTICE that on Monday, the 3rd day of November, 1919, at the hour of 10  o'clock in the forenoon, at the Court House, NeLson, I will offer for sale at public auction the mineral claims  in the list hereinafter set out of the persons in the said list hereinafter set out for delinquent taxes unpaid"  by said persons on the 30th June, 1919, and for costs and expenses, if the total amount due is not sooner"  paid. ��������� t ' mim-'-  The Collector will be pleased to receive any information respecting the following list where thgiaces vfne  owner is a member of the Allied Forces and entitled to the benefits of Section 29 of the Taxation Amencfee taken sa:  ment Act, 1918. the Questip  )* Glass  ���������A*)-  Name of Claim.  Assessed Owner  Lot       Taxes to 30th  No. June, 1919  Costs  Total  IMMMIHHIttUWMUMKIMIllwlMIH^^  MJBWMMIIMHUMin]ll)H  Armstrong*. Wood. R. G ....  Arnold   Connolly, Wm   Atlin Coffey, Wm    Atlin Fractional No. 2 Coffey, Wm   AlmaN , Lowening;   Matthew, G. T.;   Gosnell,  W.; Anlin, N. J.: Maione. J. D   Alturas Willi.*.ms & Murdoff   Bryan Fletcher. F.;    McKav, A.;   Nealands,  H. G Z-   Big 2 North American Collieries, Ltd   Bonanza   North American Collieries, Ltd   Blue Quartz _voott-"r*.a-y Consolidated Mine*;, Ltd   Beaver Williams & Murdoff   Blue Bird Williams & Murdoff... ,   Clec-p-itm Kelly, A. H   Corinthian Field, L., et al   Canadian Queen Darby, S   Caledonian Fractional Williams & Murdoff   Drummer ..Kootenoy Consolidated Mines. Ltd   Daisy Williame &. Murdoff   Daisy I<**raetional Williams &; Murdoff   Exchequer Kelly, A. H    Elist* Peters. Mrs. M   Flying Dutchman  Hutcheson, W. 11., et al   Franklin North American Collieries, Ltd   Garfield Campbell, A. .1   Guidon Belle Fractional  Williams & Murdoff    Golden Belle Williams & Murdoff   Golden Eaglo WilliauiH ~~ Murdoff   Hillside Williams & Murdoff   Happy .lean Williams & Murdoff   Iroquois Wheatley, Jos   Independence Hutcheson, W. H., ct al   Jubilee Garrett, Keefe.*   Joker Shram, It. K   Joint Fractional -. Latnlippo. E   Lodes-ton**.    Williams & Murdoff ...  Mars Hutcheson, VV. II., vl al    Maud S Will, Louis   M. S Willie*, E. C; 'Puttie*, A. H.-Clanelv.  tt, B   Margaret William'- &. Murdoff     Nolmiska Girl North American (.ollories. Ltd   Napoleon.... L'Eeuyer, Mrs, II. A   Nugget Fractional f'oeii, VV. I.., oi al     Oronogo Be-hnson, O. L   Pilot Knob  Ilnte-ln-son. VV. II., et. al   PhoebuH lliite-liPrsein, VV. II., e>t, al   Porcupine' Nj-.CIi  A mi'������i.-nii Colli'iie**', I .(el  Plan-.'. Sheep Creek Bonatr/.a Eng. Co.. Ltd....  Planet No. 2 Hheep Cn-e.k II.onun.za Eng. Co.. Ltd. .  It & L Field, L��������� et al   ijoyer Koote������uuy Connoliduted iVIine>s, Ltd. . .  i.iverHiiln William.-. & Murdoff   IliverHido Fractional WilliniiiH Ar. MurdolV   Hantiago  Le'Mie*ujc, R 1)   Santiago Fractional LeMie-ux, F. D   StiUwatiM- Fraction-. 1 Thobnrn. Mi-h   I-.  t'tnip.-,.!j.,. \r.up_'vpj   MM.  HI.. Eugcno Fractional Lut.niippe,  10   Ml.riU'glp'  ������ ' < ������������������������������������������'.   I  ��������� * ������������������ auu  j K'li.  Htiut.Vird Hlie-e-p (.re-e-k Meinuii/.a  Hlriu-light Williams & Mineloff   HiniHhino FraeM.ionul VVilliinus iSi Murdoff  ���������Siieiweiriilr \viiiiaut.-p ������'v r.Jjjujoj'V  Twilighl. Fiiietional Williams &. Murde.ff  VciiUM.... llii.i-ii--.son, VV. ii , .-I ji!  Vciou. Fi'iictlonal      15>il.hp:.em. W. I!., <t .il  Ye*llow Jae-kel Will. Lou in  'l>nf,i.������l Jtl   Ne-lneui, !..<!.,  Il.iw Cub eiay eef Ool.o5.er,   IIH'.I.  i������.  Kng. <!o.. 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Prr;!5rsr?i"?**,**i*-S"    RanrpQAntatinn  4*  4  OppoucnTs. of thc adoption ol the  i.'x*onovtioual Representation system \  in connection with parliamentary,  legislative aud municipal elections, to  which attention has been devoted in  this  scries  of  articles,  urge:  1. It  is  too    complicated     foi   the  voters  to  understand.  The  following  was   the  percentage  ot   spoiled ballots   in   some  elections  recently held under the P.R. systcm:  Sligo    Municipal    election:    Votes  cast,  2,251;   spoiled ballots, 43.       Of  tins latter number, 24 only were attributable to the  new system, whilst  19  were  declared     invalid for  other  reasons.     Thc  percentage   of spoiled  -apers due  to  ihe  P.R.  system  was,  "���������.refore, just over 1 per cent,  -linburgh    election:    Votes    cast,  ~v; invalid from all causes, 2,750;  'age of invalid votes, 2.2.  *    method    of    counting    the  .~ too elaborate and the process  -cs too lot*-/.  The. folio win g comments from  ���������'.R. li.-is been tried may  -*.<licaiive   of  feeling  on  selected as returning officers?  3. It divides the electorate into  groups 'md fosters  group, feeling.  Is  not  group  feeling more apt  to  be inflamed by lack of adequate  representation?      In cities    where the j  ward    system    prevails,      this    saiTr-*"*. j  group or sectional feeling is cultivat- ��������� ������|  ed, whereas     under  P.R.     the ward)  } system can bc done away with while [  at  the  same  time     making adequate  provision   that minorities  can  secure  their proportionate representation    in  thc Council.  4. P.R., by giving complete representation to the people, will weaken  government and make it unstable.  This criticism is not borne out by  experience where P.R. has been tried.  The strength and stability of a democratic executive depend upon two  factors���������its personnel and its ability  to interpret thc will of the people.  P.R. tends to strengthen the personnel. M. Georges Lorand, the well-  known Belgian M.P., states that under P.R. not only were all parties represented in Parliament, but "thcy  were represented by thcir ablest men  and leaders, whilst under tbc former  majority system prominent men passed half thcir lives ej.utsidtt lhe House.  Parliamentary life has consequently  gained in authority." "Perhaps thei  principal benefit of P.R..'' he adds,  "has been that political life, which has  been intensified everywhere, has also  been purified, the weapons employed  being generally, more courteous and  more  dignified.  ���������******j***M*^pj*"-'*^^ I IMofuv-al    Qolf  0mtmammdmmm0m  gi , j_ , %^,~ fc% _, m~m      .-^xjxxxi  ���������mit~.f*f?r  \m youk mm  Before and Ate Taking ������|^������  R-?*x_rRr-t    i-mm       A   l^rt-***fr ���������"*"".  i  Gu-Solvo and vou ".vill be surprised  at the reduct'em in the size of J**"*1**  goitre after taking the fii"?*. bottle of  a monk's  famous  remedy.  Send for free booklet, which explains  what this me .Heine has already tloue  for other stilTercT.i and how you can  successfully tre.-t goitre in your own  home.  THE   MONK   CHEMICAL.   CO.,  LIMITED  43 Scott Street, Toronto, Ont.  WRITE FOR BOOKLET "IV  Prince Becomes Butter Dealer  To show hc is a real patriot, Prince  Louis of Bourbon, pretender to    the ,���������,.._,.*  _        ,     . .        .    .    ���������,.���������������������������j    +i,���������f couple of months ago, aud he rcpott  French .throne, has just entered    the^   ,        .     _. ,,  butter trade    He  says hc will fight  profiteering, and if he can reduce thc  vincial    Government    Developing  McMurray  Drilling for salt at Fort McMurray,  Alberta, has just been commenced,  according to an official of the Department of Mines.  An outfit, with seven men, has just  been sent in by the provincial government. Thc deposit underlays lhe  town of Fort McMurray, so is feasible from thc transportation standpoint.  According to previous investigations, there is a bed 180 feet deep,  lying 480 feet under the surface. Professor Alian, of Alberta, was sent in  by    the    provincial    government    a  cost of butter, he will feel he has done  his bit for the people.  Had a Very Bad Attack  OF  Row*3'   PeO tm n I a i n h  IT WAS CURED BY  DR, FOWLER'S  EXTRACT OF WILD Sl'KAWBtftKY  Any one suffering from bowel complaints  such  as  diarrhoea, dysentery,  Fi.rthcr"a"democratic   government. co,lic- cramPs aild f*}1"3 "f* thc..f������m:  mi t.     ...-*.*- -c ���������_. ___. ���������_._ _. :ii.-\ca������ summer complaint, etc., will find  '.-te  \\  * 1 ���������  :   j.  I:.,  rcttir  Ui  ing oil  iccr  OliU  ted   no  fewer   t  hau  sprc  '.d over  -S  even c  Icc-  ���������   OT  the city.  ���������:   It  topi: P  time..*-  ,      v'\ S*  ���������*     bl  illots    a-  under  the  ..:oc*'.:  h   tool  G".   hour-;.  L  bal  bill:'.  Ar.:  "ion   iii  SI  ; , ,- p.   "  The  1  .'���������-���������:   city  -:  ���������.ys:   "  TlK:  . ju-ti-V.  .��������� it*? ade  "t  ilion.  We  -.'!���������:;   v.'-  ?r.v.*   its  simplit  :itv.  .-   ':!*.���������::���������:  ���������v.r-r  hoi.  0*  -ty  lo  tb.c  ���������.i.r *��������� v '.-!_ i  .  It is  as  ' : v:   it   :  **  a  ���������"' i'~  'nil-  . .���������.-..; ;  t   : -;   ,?,--  ,-,i  v:*i'.*!v  fair.  ��������� *  . . ��������� .. ,  .in  y  silt*.:  t:. V x C  ,  :*.   tiiC  ���������PZ  .!;.y.-  Uil-  .V  '   v.. \ '������������������' S  " i ���������.?,-,'���������: i  ': ? 11  r   [,i  will be stable if it interprets the will  of thc people correctly, and P.R., by  making our public bodies e*.ompletely  -representative of the people, places in  thc hands of governments a more effective instrument for ascertaining  what that will is. This explains why  P.R. has rendered government in Belgium stable.  There are many other objections  advanced against Proportional Representation, but these are thc chief ones,  and certainly thcy do not hold against  the manifest fairnoss of thc P.R. method to all people in the election of  their representatives.  As pointed out in tlie first of these  articles, the principle of Proportional  Representation has now been endorsed in Canada by tho National Liberal  Convention, thc Great War Veterans'  Association, the- Canadian Council of  Agriculture.:, tlie. Labor party, Social  Service Councils, and numerous other  reform org-tuizations. It was endorsed by thc recent Industrial Conference, at Ottawa, and the Government  has announced its intention of having  an exhaustive iticluiry made with a  Iview to its adoption in Federal l.'ar-  liamentary   clec.tie^ns.  People cv<*.ryv. here should, tlu':re-  fore, embrace every opportunity that  present., i'-rdl" to study the question  and become as fully informed as possible in regard to it, as it is practically a certainty that it will be adopted in Canada in the not distant fu-  tu'.������������������-. It is 'e-> encourage such closer  study that this s.erics of artie.les has  bcv...   written.  that Dr. Fowler's Extract of Wild  Strawberry will give quicker and  more permanent relief than any other  remedy on the market today.  This old tried and proven medicine  has been on the market for the past  74 years. You don't experiment when  you buy it. Surely the test of time  proves  this.  Mrs. Daniel IlarUvick, Mountain  Grove, Ont., writes: "I used Dr.  Fowler's Extract of Wild Strawberry  and have found that it is a good remedy. When my little girl was 21/.  years old she had a very bad attack of  bowel complaint. Nothing prescribe  ed by thc doctor seemed to do her  any good. She got worse, until we  thought we would lose her. I got a  bottle of 'Dr. Fowler's,' and she soon  found relief. F.veryone who has children should not bc without it in their  home.  Price 35 cents a bottle; put up only  by Thc T. Mil burn Co., "Limited. Toronto, Ont.  cd very favorably,  It is not decided whether tbe government will mine salt, supposing  everything is as expected, or whether  it will turn the work over to a company.  ./"SI  J-A.   0^S\  (\       SZ~'*^x  S\, ft 'A XI  S.       -******-/ ��������� ������������������*���������*���������*���������   ***C*      - .--r-   -        ������ ���������  ���������  r  Nr^  & SI'S ������*?_>S.'&������-&fi&-^^ S^iXXLH^MJ, I    __*__���������  Culicuira Soap  I  This pure, fragrant emollient ia just  suited to the tender skins oi infants  and children.    Millions have known  no other since birth.    The daily use  of it, with touches of Ointment now  and then to little skin   and  scalp  troubles, tends to insure a healthy  .skin,  a clean scalp  and good hair  8 through life.   Soap,  Ointment and  j Talcum sold everywhere. I  j������*Eti sure to test the (a3-li*.&~-is hsA  lerap.p~.ei of Cuticura Talcum on your afaigj |  Whether thc corn be of old or new  growth, it must yicid to Hoiioway's  Corn Cure, the simplest and best cure  re*r.~rr,-*   *������������������*_,   ���������"-*-  i-pnhlic  Bugler Overtop: Yes, in Fiance I  had to be an early riser. I got up  every morning at ihe first crow of  the  roosters,  Miss Homestopper: And could you  really understand thc French roosters  when   they  crowed?  You may have noticed that thc man  who can turn his hand to anything  seldom has the price of a wooden  overcoat, when he turns up his toes.  PREMIER        "^  Stoves -rand Ranges  onnHManwwM w~mmmmmmm~mB������ss.-  Ui\������ RE RTU ft ~-n  nirainiiivn  "LEADER"  -wsfm  ��������� vzxmst?  ���������*%^_������������SF"  A  special     chapel  will     shortly bc  j installed in St. Paul's Cathedral, London,   in   memory  ������**f  Lord   Kitchener.  * Tt will cost $50,000.  . Worms, however generated, arc  found iu the digestive tracts, where  thcy Se*.t up disturbances detrimental j  to the; health of thc child. There can  be no com fori tor the little ones until thc hurtful intrudeirs have been  e.xpelk-.d. No belter preparation for  this purpose ������";n be*, had than Miller's  Worm Pond.ers. They will immediate.ly destroy tiie worms and correct  the o.onelitions that were favorable to  their i'-.xi.-'tc-uce.  Sonic ir.rn whose trou''ers bag .it  the: knees arc: frceiuently pressed by  their tailor**.  DAHtiPllf   NEIlDAI.fiA  jm      mi HM-M-fJi-H-rS u-au-  g ������������������!������  ______ a .avi ������A  X IXX.-iX VU   ivM-l-ja-.majTxMmi-  Is   Caused  By   Thin,   Watery   Blood  and Cured By Enriching the  Blood  Most people think of    neuralgia as  a pain in the head or in the face, but  neuralgia may affect any nerve in the  body.    Different names are given to  it when it affects certain nerves. Thus  neuralgia of the sciatic nerve is called sciatica,  but the  character of  thc  pain and the nature    of    the disease  are the  same.    The  cause being  thc  same, thc cure to be    effective    must  be the same.   The pain in neuralgia is  caused by starved nerves.    The blood  which    carries    nourishment    to  the  nerves has become  thin  and impure  and no longer does so, and thc pain  you feel is the cry of thc nerves for  their   natural   food.     You   may   case  the  pains  of  neuralgia with  hot applications, but you can only cure the  trouble  by     enriching  and  purifying  thc  blood.        For   this     purpose   we  ��������� know  of no medicine that can equal  Dr. Williams' I'ink Pills.    These pills  actually   make   new,   rich   blood   and  thus act as the most efficient of nerve  tonics.    If you are suffering from this  most   dreaded     of troubles,     or  any  form     of nerve  trouble,     give these  pills a fair trial, and sec how speedily you    will  be     restored to    good  health.  Vou can p;et Dr. Williams' Pink  Pills from any medicine dealer, or by  mail at 50 cent*"* a box, or 5iix boxes  for $2.50, from Thc Dr. Williams'  Medicine- Co., Brockville, Ont.  "ROYAL"  "���������0H5EFTASN"  One or another of these mode-Is vriU suit yoi������  taste and fit your purse,   ecookliig troajjlss a***  tmkno-wn where Davidson's ranee* at. used.  Write tis for particulars awe* name of start  tit your locality uihete a display msybs sses,  Tho "Tiiiw   n������ul<e.ceten   OI������   <"*������*    I f-nUm-l  '"- itiv-t jwSViuov-i mis* <wu. m~mt~9a  Montrcjri WINNIPEG       TownrtD Oi  Dam is Completed  Canada Land Company Will Market  Farms Next Spring  Water is now running over the  south dam of the Csuada Land and  Irrigation Company's reservoir ~X  Lake McGregor, nine miles southwest of Lomond, Alberta. D. W.  Hays, general manager of the company, states that prospects are good  for the colonization of large tracts  of irrigate-d land in the district next  spring.  Comfort for the Dyspeptic. ���������-  There is no ailment so harassing and  exhausting, as dyspepsia, which arises  from defective, action of the stomach  and liver, and thc victim of it is to  be pitied. Yet he can find ready relief in Parmeiee's Vegetable Pills, a  preparation that has est.ablished itself  by years of effective use. There are  pills that are widely advertised as the  greatest ever compounded, but not  one of them can rank in value with  Parmeiee's.  Ax-ii)-:   (to  sweet  child  whose   mo-j  ha-i left the.* room for a in.������r.u.nt):  ��������� r   i.'ik r.i  'I.'- ���������!"  -lit !  1,  .eve  to me, my dear."  .-:      Child:  "No,  Mamma   uP\   me  in  lb-  i air,  I   imiM-i't  do  I   must  stay  ansc  there's a  CU-iilutl :  BARGAINS IN STOCK  Won't interest the; man who is  nursing a bunch e.f sore corns. Give  him a he.ttle of Putnam's Corn E*k-  traetor. It i.s painless, takes out the  ceu-n. cures in mie day. Ucware of  ���������uh-uiUilP.** for "Putnam's," it is the  {best,  rJ.'v.  at all  dealers.  Minai'il'*-,    Liniment    for    sale    everywhere.  ,.-.(,.  ���������,. ai.-e is a    '."v,."'e!    tc:u:hcr, but  ,n r-   ���������,,.,.I.   arc   .������������������'lu.cilt'd   enough   to  Proved  lie: Then you consider woman  more intelligent than  man?  Miss Forward: Decidedly! Alan  hasn't even intelligence enouf-di to recognize his inferiority. ��������� Boston  Transcript,  Canada's foreats embrace 350,000  square miles of pulpwood timber, estimated to yield 1,03.3,370,000 cords  of pulpwood.  Minard's    Liniment  ralgia.  Relieves     Neu-  The Average American's   views  Europe are mostly sterescopie.  *_ffln_4*?gi_*a***t  Y"Ak'*"^Sl' - JM. .1 M. 'A*. ���������0-,iXx'''"jlt0."7 .-,-. -~  MIX   ���������������' '-Jm.:m,-4X4- - JA' "���������  *  *��������� ���������**���������������  ������ f.        "*' ...    ,. t __"    -~x.    -    -      _���������_-_''���������*_������������������_"���������*_      ������  1  -Ar.^*r'J!^-'/d-Sr*1-l  ���������>  i  and "Economical Drink  ISAo.H<?jx i-n f+ rr,oif.caI.iz. ir"ft  ,1 .1   jl    ���������  ._  . i *.i j.   t -4 i, , ,      -ff ^ ii r   ill ll "I 'ix. ? ":>   1 IO  \s 4m    +*.   --m-> ���������*������**������-    *���������-���������***��������� jj-'   ������* ' ���������  4 mz-i  ���������* M'������.!-.:.j.t  :*- l'*1_1i|'.'.i:-SI  4 fei..;-'p';r|  5 t^'i...  -4 SHI.'-,.Wd-r. r-v  t i.i'c/l eM     *���������.  ',1,4 fc-.'WIl-'tA  P. ~- .1  ,\r TI0L0~-    ������������������     *  Missed a Mixup  An   aiiiiisini;-  inc.ielenl   in   which   the  e.-liaufi'ours  ul" M.  CU'iuc.ncrau and M.^  Alille.ratid,   tin.  Govfrnor-'-'cucral     of  '.;;���������,'.    i.l at  the _���������.- .-rut p-'ive experience a | Alsaee-.-'l.on aiiu*,  played  the  principal  ,'   ,.    ,..'.:.,.   .'. ! V'i r! *-, 'ici-uri-<-el  'rnntly in   l''aris. Thc-   . . ___������ | chauffeurs   were   driving   their   elistin-  gui:d*i':d 'T'lphiye I-*- thr<.ui-rh one nf the  main lhi>i<iti'--h fare's of I'aris the  uthei" ilay, when in sum,* way tlicy  nearly collie led. .Hoth drivers were  in-j'-.-.l th.- ::'.!'.'.���������'.��������� ���������,',-���������.".** *.o b!'.,.!!>'--  anel with nuich :.o'-.tii'ulation began tu  abuse   t-ach   other  volubly.       An   un-  _;>!��������� a-.'   '-fi-tr-   4> ���������>>���������,   di-*\'<-ln-iiiif  when  | the- chaulTiui's recoicni/A-pl that the  linen tlu-.v '.\ i if di'i\ing wer-'. saluling  e aeh uth'-r fienu the- carriage windows  'vje.i I've,' mirk of amity and pro-  fouuel re-:,pL'.i I. Tin: diiveru" quarrel  tr_uiiii.it.il abiuptly, und witli a :*.u-  prrb air of ili-'nifie-el indiOfcrcne-r.  thev  r-  ONLY TABLETS MARKED  "BAYER"   ARE  ASPIRIN  Not Aspirin at All without the "Bayer Crosa,���������,  p  0r*MZSdms)\  si-JLf  y /*&������~~4 //(ig*^j>  f. tl        m iimnjji��������� dm' t  A-vv***    \\\y-i~r~-  Wd S tO.  ���������xf.   ,   .  jr** ,   4 jTS* -W  * **���������*. ���������*% r������ r r <rr*������*.-.?/  Jt   XLS ~y~n> xrm V - m-r ���������   ���������,    -��������� ��������� ���������     -  When a iiiuu ii; fitclt he wond������r* if  therr. iti aiiother iimn on ������in������th capable   of   cont Mining  hid   buiincM      iu  ffiisr  he r.lr.iflint  oflf,  i  I ,.'"    ������..4.   ������������������ii.- 0-..  ~iii4..i,4i     ������ |, J nr  -r -mm���������  "pa*** "  ���������^.,.iiw������������pw������. ^piNr.M.w*iw mmmtrntiiitdmi  $/xl.'m:x.'W<--^<'.*-'.^^^ I  w  -M  o,  i~B~  Ti.-     ������,A,pp-in     ���������"*no*<rjPr"     *7t(U.Heil4>p  only   "onnino   AHjilrin,���������-t,h.������   Ai.oirku  I>r������*i-ern>iMl by }������liyHkvdnmt fe������r ovt*r niiui-  tion yourn una uow mado In Ciuiaela.  AlwuyM hay un unbrukun puckugo I  of "Buyer Tabloto of Aaplrln^ which |  Die*, i f'l'jiitu'm _ t/irnjuir illrurl iunn for Coli.4*  Utiuduchw, 1 oc-tUuuiiv, i-iu. itcki-ji, i*J������������������������������*<  viilgia. Lumbago, Ithuuiuutlum, Nouri-  tlu. Joint Vain**,. And Fain gnnoridly.  Tin boxes of 12 tablotu cost bub  c. lent e:ontn.   Larger ''Ilftyor'' p������.ek������.{0^  'riiere iiTonly ono A������pl*riii^~*''Bi_ye*v,*--"'y'ou luutii ituy *-!l_i*ky(oit."*i'  -��������� 5*i!*-ln t������ t?i������ troilo murk <rrirl������������������r������el tn OuniKlei. nf TH������v������r Mnnuf������ctur������ of Munn-  *_c������ilcacl<lo������iiir Di Muiiu**..>���������-.". V.'!*.*!** *' ���������<��������� w������������U known Uiftt AiiJlrln tnotut li������y������.v  uwi.u."p.4-.4.4., i.. ~���������\-'x tl.-". j."1'-1'-'' .-U'*1'1"-- ' rn'Ai. t* t> <>*". tt-n i,,,,;,,,, .,; -���������-���������������������������- .>.....������_.������..  ���������alll tn* ���������������������rni*������nl wltli tli-pitr (fp-nureil truito xntirU, th* *'*Uiiye������r Croin."  1 TilE  ,\ i  ������������������CTKSTON,'    B.     a  ������������     i  Vl^-^ilS^    S.SS  __.  eS^-ciifsn#*wiK s   s  gfagfi? *n^^ .S_,*"*������^.p"S ������Bk *"B_ji������'   v   ttAAffi,       __a  B    _TB.&a  tnonji-tiao'S's  Itfirmiectrv  "C9  wr* ff *a"^js'1*' ^  *_____*"���������   *B*k. _������*B_. j.mxk    o  Loudon.���������In official quarters here  it is declared that General Yudenitch,  commander of thc northwestern Russian force advancing on Pctrograd,  is working in close understanding  with Admiral Kolchak, head of thc  all-Russian government, and General  Dc'nikine in a combined effort against  the Bolshevik armies in Siberia, southern Russia and on thc northwestern  front.  General Yudenitch's troops are  . fully equipped now by the allies, with  whom the general is in constant  touch. He, as well as General Deni-  kinc and Admiral Kolchak, it is declared, has consistently rejected all  overtures from Germany and maintained their connection with the  allies.  In connection with the report from  Germany that Great Britain had invited Germany to co-operate in the  coercion of Soviet Russia, the corrcs-  __^ .... -r        .*. - A -,~. ��������� A T*r.-_...r.  pOUwCIlt     Ui      iiie     ^i.ai>yjL.x<z.L\-LA.      i.v...  learns that a communication of this  nature was made to Germany by thc  peace   conference.  Word of the request to Germany  to participate in a blockade of Soviet  Russia came first from Berlin, and  later was followed by reports from  neutral states huimating inat they,  too, had been requested to join in a  blockade. No definite announcement of such contemplated measures  had, however, been made from Paris  or London, causing adverse newspaper comment. It was stated in  Paris that the United States did not  join with the entente powers in asking Germany to co-operate in such a  blockade.  ���������n        **���������* a     **  a *j\v.*xe.t������x's.Q   sk?.'m"'������-..vc  vuBiauiMf."** r&lg^-fJU**)  T@ Coma Hem  5ig  the  V-C-ff>*f������*iB-nA������i  md V4x~.m~.0x. Td vm  Great Britain    Is No Place for  Holiday-Maker at Present  Ottawa.���������Thc Department of Immigration and Colonization has received by cable a warning from England that there are thousands of  Canadians on the other side anxious  to come home, but unable to secure  return passage for at least six  months. It is said that this situation  is being accentuated by thc arrival of  visitors from Canada. When the  cable was sent from London rationing had been resorted to. The weekly allowance was: Butter, 1 ounce;  sugar, six ounces; coal, 100 pounds;  meats, 40 cents' worth.  Canadians who contemplate a visit  to the     mother country    during the  By Large Majority on Chronological  Order  of  Elections  Paris.���������The Clemenceau ministry  was sustained in the Chamber of Deputies by a vote of 324 to 132. The  premier thus victoriously emerged  from the bitterest and best organized  assault which the ministry has ever  faced, the chamber adopting thc cabinet's policy^'on the chronological  order of the elections, placing the  legislative elections first, on November 16, and the senatorial and municipal elections in that order.  For the first time, Aristidc Briand,  thc former premier, came out openly  iu leading thc opposition forces, but  M. Clemenceau's majority was the  [ largest he had ever received when  the question of confidence was presented.  fLm-* m^MMt&^AS-M.&*'������*&, _^_j? <-_������__.������.   ll   "rk^x-lM^^-m^gff&  \J*A  it-il ~L0.trJ%     ax      (LP_p.������t,l      &.4PPV  waiii*** a i uui iu      a  Gfl __aC9   B  8  -o  !  ndeirniifv Aiiies  Senate ���������   Adopts    Resolution  Asking for Further Disarma-  Reds a Menace to U.S.  which were  turned  ovcr during  tne  ie_  rpifp.pptIp jp     e*1.fP.*P'J**  ��������� xr ��������� ..������.;_.     ^,._V_rp*������^_,  consideration the impossibility of returning within a few weeks after arrival   there.  Food in Storage in "Dominion  Ottawa.���������The advance survey of  stocks of food commodities in storage throughout the country published  monthly by the Dominion Bureau of  Statistics shows a substantial increase.  There are close to 19,000,000 more  pounds of foodstuffs on hand than a  month ago, the chief increase being  in cheese, sweet pickled pork and  pork in process of cure. Frozen beef  also shows a considerable advance.  Land For Soldiers  4V IvnfL    d^.,r--xrx~    _��������� m ������/-J - - T__      0, SS    grx���������    ������?.--!-  4-,Jy/yr  \������ lxcll *.*-x -ta-cv. tjpjua  Ail **���������������_��������������� ������wi   umc  By Public Auction This  Fali  Ottawa.���������Through the intervention  of ihe Soldier Settlement Board,  school lands in Manitoba and Saskatchewan, aggregating 432,000 acres,  have been withheld from sale by auction, in order to be made available  for settlement by returned" soldiers.  Arrangements have been completed  to advertize these lands, 2,700 quarter-sections in ail, for sale by public  auction this fall. The lands are situated in the Winnipeg, Brandon,  Ashcrn and St. Rose de Lac districts  in Manitoba, and the Canora, Wadena, Prince Albert and Wakaw districts  in  Saskatchewan.  Senator   Poindexter   Says   Measures  Necessary Against Revolution  Washington.���������"The United States  nto government is in grave danger from  the movement of international revolutionists, and it may fall unless vigorous measures of defence arc taken  now," Senator Poindexter, Washington, declared in thc senate.  "There are revolutionary interests  in this country," Poindexter said, "and  their object is the overthrow of the  government and the seizure of private property. There is no doubt of  thc existence of that condition."  Paris.���������The supreme council approved the text of a notification to  bc addressed to the neutral powers,  j which, will be asked to join thc League of Nations, setting forth thc conditions under which thcy may adhere  to the covenant of thc league.  -,>    ���������       r,.,              ,       ,  , .   .  .. !     The council also approved thc draft  Pans.��������� ihe  senate adopted thc re- * "���������  ... i- 1      i i       1       i      note to be sent to German v demand-  solution, ���������   which     has already     been! , , ,      -,.   , .   ���������     . ,,     .,      r-v   .  . r T-, ..���������   ing thc surrender to the allied    and  passed by thc Chamber of Deputies,      *"    . _ ��������� ���������  ~ ���������*'.-..��������� .u       ^  r,.      rx  x x rx ....rr-  -x x rx  associated powers  oi  German     ships  asking thc government to suggest to J ���������*  the allies further measures for thc j  disarmament of Germany, and another resolution suggesting that  France be given a prior claim in the  distribution of repatriation payments  made by the Germans..  The Chamber adopted a resolution  which, after expressing confidence in  the spirit of equity and justice of the  allied and associated powers, asks the  French government to negotiate with  them for thc establishment of a common pool between the allies to indemnify the participants in thc great  war.  v������  jwar to companies in thc Netherlands,  and which are at present in Gentian  ports. The note declares that the  sales arc void because of their irregularity. Another draft note to  Germany, regarding German representations on thc subject of the territory of Memel, on thc eastern Baltic frontier of Germany,* declares that  tne aiiies decline io discuss tho des-  tinv of Mcnicl with German*" which  T-*PrSr-*i-*r- 1-cA        *4-{_        v"/-v*lp!c-       j-,vtr~        _li,o       *_-.������������������������  - ���������--���������������������������-- ��������� ���������- x-        -xx, -Xx^.Xxxi xr   ���������   -x x.--^ m ��������� - ^  ritory by the treaty of Versailles.  The solution of this question, it is  stated, concerns only the allied and  associated powers.  turns Are 10 a iiuanaary  Check for the Consumer  Ottawa.���������New regulations governing the lobster packing industry of  thc Maritime Provinces are provided  for in an amendment to the Meat  and Canned Foods Act, of which notice has been given by the government. Provision is also made for the  correct labelling of all cans of fish  or shell fish imported into Canada,  and other particulars, including  weight of contents, place of origin,  and the names of the packers, and  also of the importer.  Germans Are Mot Keen on Blockade  of Russ. Soviets  Berlin.���������-Suggestions from the    en-  .*...   j-.   ���������.;.. :_,  .*_.,_  v^t~���������*.  ICUIC   UUll   VJCI iunuj.    jy/Lti  xix   mv-   uiuvn-  adc of Soviet Russia, have not yet  been officially considered by the German cabinet, but have inspired a  statement indicating the government's answer will neither be an unconditional refusal nor an indication  of assent. It is said that the? Germans will suggest thc installation of  an international commission to deliberate on thc proposition which unquestionably found Germany unprepared and places her in a quandary.  #**!  r*  IV  no LRaace ror rronteers  British  Courts Take Prompt  Actioa  to  Regulate Prices  London.���������Following arc typical ex-  't7*  ^ ^?.oe qt \\liQ decisions of the  ecring committees  this week:  vrrtfi*-  Af     "Vf r,rr,r*\-.n r.X,v ���������  ~ti\.    *_.*c i*a**iji *i,c*wL"    ������iv:u  Want Stamped Cheques  Winnipeg.���������Thc Federal Government is being asked to arrange for  an issue of cheques for thc use of  all chartered banks which will bear  thc two-cent stamp.  Want Prohibition in France  Paris.���������The fight against alcohol  will be a leading plank of the national  platform in the forthcoming elections. Ministers arc demanding the  absolute suppression of alcohol, and  the walls of Paris and the larger cities are already placarded with these  demands, _.and pamphlets and posters  have been mailed by thc hundred  thousand to hotels aud individuals in  thc provinces.  "If France does not suppress alcohol, alcohol will suppress France,"  the posters proclaim in huge characters, aud add, "Three million individuals live upon thc traffic of alcohol;  thirty-five million suffer and die  from it."  French Want Canadian Houses  London.���������The 4sccrctary of thc Export Association of Canada states  that the association is consulting  with thc ministry of health for a  supply of ready-made houses on the  Canadian plan, in connection with thc  new government housing scheme, and  a definite decision may bc expected  within a few weeks. There is a  growing demand for these houses  from France.  Will Morning  Never Come  f\0ES  this   illustration  picture your experience?  What is more distressing  than being unable to sleep?  Sleeplessness is one of the  first and most certain sym*n-  toms of exhausted nerves.  ���������Ihlfl Is tlio warning" that you need  tho r.rrjlr.tr.Ticc ft- "T*1**. Oh."-"-'"'' ***���������"'������p*r*-e**-t  Food to rostoro vlcor to tho nervo  cMa ami thci-e_by avoid the dc-.veloi>-  ment of nerlouH nervous trouble.  TW .mnreyvlnir th-** n""''"!' of Hut  blood nnd building up th������ ntrvoua  oyatcm thla food euro brlnrrs new  ���������nei'Ky -and Btrencth to th������ whole!.  bodv.  M .... - ������..������.- 4* *-���������. 04* mid -IV Jlr.mV.00 ...  HO  (X-I.lri   IL   .......   Pi  .4r.   x-..v,  ..II   (-...ir.-,   c.  I_~a.nu111.011,   liftteu  A   Co.,  Ltd.,  Torujito.  R.N.W.M.P. Headquarters to Go East  Ottawa.���������On a bill amalgamating  thc Dominion and thc Royal Northwest Mounted Police, Sir James  Loughecd in thc senate stated that  thc headquarters of thc organization  wonld likely bc in Ottawa, but a  large portion of the force would bc  continued west of the lakes. Senator Casgrain asked if thcy could bc  put on trains and brought cast to  serve in case  of riot.  Sir James:  They will bc a mobile  body.  Thc bill  was givm  a second reading.  C.M.A. Extending Organization  Toronto.���������In pursuance of an intensive policy of organization, and  with thc object of permitting greater  co-operation among members more  or less closely located the Canadian  Manufacturers' Association has divided the Dominion into five divisions,  each of which will havc a separate  chairman, vice-chairman anel executive.  Hauling Wheat Across the Line  "Winnipeg.-���������It is reported here in  grain circles that farmers in Manitoba and Saskatchewan to a distance  of 40 and 50 miles north of the international boundary line, arc this fall  hauling large quantities of wheat  across to thc United .States market  points and receiving 60 cents or 70  cents more a bushel than it would  be possible if they sold their wheat  in Canada.  This international trade has assumed such proportions that a number of  elevators located at southern points  in the two provinces are being closed  up as the amount of business thcy  arc receiving docs not warrant thc  expense of  keeping them  open.  that 20 per cent, too much profit was  charged to Prof. Tou*;.. of Manchester  University, for suits for his sons.  Twenty-five per cent, too much profit  was charged also on a pair of trousers. Another firm of militar*'-*' tailors  ���������was order to refund 16 pensc to a  purchaser of a medal bar bought for  two shillings. Many complaints have  been postponed for further enquiries.  One alleged flaw in thc FroStccrin***  Act is that thc onus of complaint is  laid upon thc purchaser, which obviously involves considerable trouble  in the recovery- ox overcharges in individual payments. A church bazaar  notice at Wimbledon significantly  states that iio article will be sold  above shop prices.  Print Paper from Prince Rupert  Prince Rupert, B.C.���������Thirteen carloads of paper made at Ocean Falls  and consigned to thc New York  Times, arc on their way cast from  Prince Rupert. Tbis paper was made  from pulp furnished by spruce logs  felled on thc Queen Charlotte Islands  during the airplane industry which  concluded with thc signing of the  armistice.  Pensions Laws Give Little Complaint  Winnipeg. ��������� Lieut.-Coloncl    John  Thompson,     chairman  of  thc     Pensions     Board,     Ottawa, and     Major  Stanley  Corostine,  commissioner, arrived in Winnipeg for a routine    inspection of thc district pensions office  here.    The  commissioners  have     inspected thc district pensions     offices  from     Victoria,   B.C.,     to  Winnipeg,  and report that there was very little  complaint as to thc manner in which  thc pensions law was administered in  thc West.    In  practically all  instances they found that a proper explanation of the regulations eliminated the  reasons brought forward for thc complaints.   ,  May Abandon U.S. Tour  London.���������It is quite tiossible that  thc visit of thc Prince of Wales to  thc United States may bc abandoned,  owing to President Wilson's continued ijincss, says the Daily Mail. The  King has been in communication with  the Prince concerning this possibility, and the question will probably  be decided soon. If thc Prince docs  not go to the United States, it is understood that hc will stay a somewhat  longer period  in   Canada.  Prohibition Enforcement Bill Signed  Washington.���������Tlie prohibition enforcement bill was signed by Vice-  President Marshall and Speaker Gillette  for immediate transmission     to  r-p ���������  p .    *rir*f     .    .        **r*1 11 '   t 1 -**  S   ItbJUtlll    tvllbun,      X JJC   A ������ V-aJUCIII.   WW!  havc ten days from the time it reaches thc White House to sign it. An-  ti<*imie*e*-me*ijt lirm lie-i-n nr.ielr. al lhc  White House that thc bill would be  referred to Attorney-General Palmer  for an opinion as to its constitution-  nlily be-fore-- any rxcrntivo action w.is  taken.  Washington. ��������� Samuel Gompers,  president of the American Federation  of Labor, was reported by labor leaders lo be sufTciinf-. from a nervous  breakdown.   He is confined to his bed  ...:������..    -    4 ....... ,    r-C   ini     -ir. -r...  .,    1.(1       ..        .4    444j-4.444.l44    4.        XI ������ 0^0        .( 4- (^ *   V. 4-4.4  -"���������|HBP���������*T  Double* Tragedy Feared  ...        r-       ,.,-.,,. .���������   ���������"���������SSefc-L.  ^TKPW=  p*5**_V_ffl__**fli'_   (flwrBfw  I  Riga More Normal  Hclsiugforii.���������Conditions     arc     be  coining more normal in  Riga following  the  German   Russian attempt   to  capture   the   city,  it   is   staled  in   ael-  viccs received here.  V 0 i r      . ,         -..        .        -*..  1U.U.-, l    04     IUO     HC IP .-H'.il'P. -I O    pUL     .������^p ������������������  appearing. Supplies are short, however, and prices of commodities are  r.oariiii'.  ������W THIS  ems m\tm  Told by Herself.    Her Sin*  cesity Shoisld Convince Others.  t.M  report  in Praei. l*:iver over the  brought iu from Hear Lake by a halt-  breed that he hail found evlehuec of  a tragedy ont on thc ice of D'-'ir  I.aire. It ir, feared that two well-  known   young   men   01   Peace   Uivcj,  c,,....    ��������� ������.:.,.i.   ...,.i    v...     iLii,-,.,���������.. i  "  j    ������������������- *   - ���������_������������������    .---���������������������������    -,  are drownc...  Mr*-      |ML____W  MM M       W!    V-Lm  mt^^0f~*~i-T~*.^a. z>ms!&  '\*^?r.'zAzzAlLi?-dL^������~'" '  "    *" '  Valuable Salmon Stock  Prince Rupert, B.C.���������The Skccna  Pivcr salmon pack ha.; been completed, and the season'.* value ir, net at  $4,027,900. Thc soekeye. pack was n  gooel deal larger than ur.ual, the total  irnUtir     , fJ(~i "'llVl    riff'      p.-liirlp    nt    <*1 *"    n  lease  Is   valued  ui $2,700,000.  W.  N  U.  l?B0  Britiuh Land Reinforcements  Coniitantinople.    ���������    Two      Britibh  tram-port--,    have    landed    reinforcements,   oil   the  Tuil;i:.!.   A:,;..'."^_   a,..L,'.  -    ������,.J 4������lb- 4.1 ������   .? .4..1        P'v.tttril4r ,   ... P , [ I L   ,    '.'. _ 1 fc. y  [ojrain'it  thf rrt.fl".  Christopher, II!.���������"Foi- four yaai'fl fi  Buffered from irregularities, weakness.  nervousness, ana  was in a run down  condition. Two ot  our be������st doctore  f.>"i'j->rl *<-> An rpi<-������ n\.\r  ftooel. I heard bo  much ubout what  Lydia 12. rinklmm'-i  V o go table- Com-  |it.iuii.i uiul uoiit< lor  other.s, I tried it  'j.v.0. wm cured. I  am no longer nervous, nm regular,  ���������  . ���������   i ,    -��������� ��������� . ,i������ . ������  X������    *.   LL .'4 P.    -.^.4.   4. 4.  ..I.  Iienltlj. I I'clit'vo the? Compound will  ���������euro any ft-nudo trouble*."���������Mrn. ALlCifl  H;"*U.i:it, Christopher, 111.  i      .W:t voeiMii-ati  ib of leu it  nAinntuni of  . p -       ..       .   *  ment, which mny b,** ov,-reom������ bv this  famou.; root, and horb remedy, Lydia  E. PinUlmm'n Vegetable Compound, aa  thouaamln of -women  havo lound by  It complication* exli-it, write Lydia K..  Fink ham Me*<He-in������-< "<*������.. Lynn, M������i*i*i., for  ���������U(fge������tlons in regard to your ailment.  '     "~ ������**  *. -~r-.4A.0T **��������� rv.*y        4**>* -r\*-**m        _��������������� w m. -.m..���������-. mx       * *__  14X~������id* m mrmtTdd.. <m -mm -, -**������ ������ ***"**0 mmmm ^ v*.������ mrmm Xrmm ~mm  a* tour ������*rvlc<*_ THE   CEESTON  BEVIEW  p  p;  till  til:  IrU  1.1?  Is  le>vo  blind?     See   ' T'other   Dear  Charmer" at the Peekin, Monday.  High Rings ^Jigrsgru S*tfru!k  ��������� *__6^������b  MimJo  giUiuyie  M.mj.t  I am still agent" For the famous  LAYRITZ Nursery Stock, grown  e>n high land, without irrigation,  ;ind during November I will en-  eleavor to call on every i-ane-hei- 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.  ^Sias  ood Values  Dependable Brands  Today's chilly weather is a  forerunner of what is to be  expected in the menths ahead  ���������it's a reminder, too, that  heavier underwear is a necessity that should be bought  now, while our stocks are  complete. Vve specially emphasize our lines of  Ladies, Misses' and  Children's in the well-  known Watson Brand  of high grade underwear.  Al.so a new showing of  (CHILDREN'S SLEEPERS  which we think will interest  you.  For Men���������Hewson's  U nderwear  A full stock of all grades in  this popular brand. Some of  the garments are pure wool���������  others are durable wool mixtures. We have it in all sizes  and moderately priced.  I . Z-^J.  O   Cranberries at Mawson Bros.  For Sale���������Buggy tongue. Apply  Mrs. Fail-head, Oreston.  For SAI..E���������Two grade ewes in lamb,  $25 takes*! them both, F. K. Smith.  Creston.  Girl, Wantbd���������To assist with  housework. Apply Mrs. F. Puinau**.  Erickson.  See our line of Feltol floor covering,  two yards wide, at $1.90 pes- lineal  yard.    S. A. Speers. '  For Sale or Hire���������Old logging  horse, good worker, moderate price.  D. C. MacKenzie, Creston.  Wanted���������Hogs, live or dressed, also  live ducks. Dong Barney, Pacific  Restaurant, next drugstore. Creston-.  Mrs. and MissZalla Conn of Vernoi,,  who have been Mrs, Oatway's guests  the past two weeks, left fo������- home on  Tuesday.  Dr. Lillie. dentist, pext visit to  Ci-eston will be Tuesday, Now 4th, arriving on the afternoon train, and remaining the week out.  Dressmaking���������After- Nov. 3rd I am  prepared  to do dressmakidg  by  the  day in your own home.    Miss Vernon.  I Oreston, over Peekin Theatre.  W. B. Muir is pulling out this week  for Sirdar, where he will spend a couple  uf months doing development, work  on his claims 111 the hills  near there.  Complete range of coal and wood  heaters at Speers' store.  Fob. Sai_b���������Baby sleigh, 2 creamety  cans, 1 milk pail.   Review* Office.  Pigs For Sale���������8 weeks old, eight  of them, $7 each. E. N. Holmes,  Creston.  i>"RESSlviAKiNG���������First-class work and  moderate charges. Mrs. Pettigrew,  Mead ranch, Creston.  The Kaiser trusted him; a little American girl outwitted him, in "The  Girl of Today," at Peekin, Saturday.-  The November- meeting of the Presbyterian Ladies' Aid will be at the  home of Mrs. Geo. Johnson, on Friday  next at 3 p.m.  Friday, Nov. 28th, is hoiked for a  hard times masquer-ode ball in the  Peekin theatre, with two prizes for  the ������������������hardest" costumes.  To-night is hallowe'en, and one of  the features will be the usual social,  with programme, games and supper,  under Methodist Ladies' Aid auspiees,  in Speers* Hall.  Complete returns on the Salvation  Army drive for- funds *n the Valley  last week show that almost $100 was  contributed by our citizens for thi-*.  good cause.  I*rli-. crpjd ?*'____ McM-ibo.. ���������*wived  irom i. eu'u -A.1-t4i.1ur', pJiitr., on oatur-clay,  and will spend the next few weeks  with Creston friends. They are the  guests of Mr. and Mrs. Speers.  q l% oocroo  OaffiOrLLllO  anerai Merchant  Con  Saturday, Wov. I  Part Six  The Fight for Millions  COR INN E GRIFFITH in  rtr.0 *~i.    ir        f.    drrv       0  m ne k~irt or i oesay  Girl foils German plotters.  Arbnckle Comedy  -4 Robust Romeo  Tvlonday- Nov. 3  LOUISE HUFF in  T'other Dear Charmer  Can a man love twei women at the  same time?  Comedy  Wednesday- Nov. S  MARIE WALCAMP in  Tongues of Flame  A thrilling story of the Forty-Nit-er-  days of California.  Comedy.     Screen Magazine  Saturday, Nov. 8  Part 7  The Fight for Millions  By the World Forgot  COMEDY  A Barnyard Flirtation  An Old Friend to the  Front Again!  a~0���������m&   WI   W���������   HJP  / < i **-*  I -" i i I I  Wc arc oifcrii.o-;  -          $5.50  }</,   _ __      2.X 5  -,.')<.*:    11\    O^ilvic s     I.rcak'lasl  I r i e * 1 , \ \ r j  ci < ���������, 11.-.,     i >i ,i 11.    . ~>. inils,    vv heal  ! *    ,-���������  /      '   I V  ���������  *p       ! I e  .',  j        (SI  I     '  m:i .       mm -  iinii'iiiiN   emuiir^iiiMM  oiinifiugiu  ~d~4mmmmmm'm-\m.<m ~*i 0* ������4  m-  *������������������   ..    U  *."   m  00  ~i  m   b   w   "i   t   i-l ;f   f it  t1:  III  It  r   H  ������������������ 'H ������������������   1" M   M  -  -   *"  ���������-' - -���������-���������--   -  ���������-���������    r  j-  )   i ?Mt   f f.~ ti  Local hunters are having the biggest  luck eyer. The birds have never beor-  30 numerous in vears and no trouble  is experienced in bagging all the law  wiii allow.  W. H. Farrell was a buriness visitor  at Spokane a couple of days the fore  part of the week. He reports the frost  dip of last week ruined almost 30 percent, of this year's apple crop in that  section.  M. B. Long moved to town to reside  this week, and Mrs. Beyts and grandson are now occupying the Bartholomew ranch, which Mr. Beyts recently  purchased.  W. A. Peafee has traded in his old  car to the Embree garage and this  week is driving a new 1020 modei  Chevrolet.  are hoping to dispose of at least $2000  worth.  The Sash & Door Co. have just commenced building operations on an addition to the mil! in which they will  ingtall a planer, and hope to have it  in operation by early in December,  The Paulson camp ss working to fuil  capacity, with a crew of sixteen men  taking out poles, posts piling and logs.  They have about 500 poles and 40,000  posjLs awaiting shipping as soon as  cars are available.  Right Footwear  Br*"   -&~~0.~---  t-9  H  A ax   If-k  ~.-mdSU-4% ������,_.������.  M:  got  away on Saturday on a trip south,  their- destination being Florida, where  they will spend the winter���������and may  decide to make it a permanent home.  E. C. Hunt, Nelson, the local provincial horticulturist, was here on an  official visit this week. His estimate  of the quantity of apples that were  caught in the frost is not more than  1500 boxes.  Both banks in town are well stocked  with $50 and $100 Victory Bonds, and  buyers who want to pay in full can  take their bonds with them. From  present appearanees the demand will  be heavy for the $100 bond, rather  than the $50.  During his visit here J. H. Walkley,  the Cranbrook butcher, picked up* a  car-load of beef cattle, which were  shipped to that city on Saturday. This  is the first car of fat cattle to leave  Creston this fall.  Wednesday was the last of the midweek half holidays, and until the end  af the year- the stores will be open for  business every week day. For- next  year- the feeling is already manifesting  itself for six o'clock closing along with  the half day off.  T. Leaman, who is employed on the  Robt. Stark ranch, accompanied by  Mrs. Leaman, got away on Sunday on  atrip to the old home at Chegford,  Devon, England, where they anticipate remaing until early spring, when  they will return to Creston.  The first fire of any consequence that  vve have had to report in at least two  years occurred on Monday ut the John  BSincn ranch,' when his packing shed  and contents, which included 150 boxes  of apples reads' f������1' shipping, went up  in smoke.    The loss will be about $i*i00.  W. H. Stevens of Kumlnops, superintendent of Dominion government  telegraph and telephone linea, wiir  here   on   an   official   visit this  week.  Business  on   the  lemg distance   lines  d **  both east, and west out of Creston is  easily 50 per cent, greater than a year  ago.  The ChiiR. Edw. Smith vaudeville  show played to a fair sized house on  Tucsony night in the Mercantile Hall.  This is the first road show Creston has  hud in "months, and the attendance'  iinelouht.'dly NuHfe-re'd through sesiel-  ents having already acquired the moving picture habit.  For Sawo���������H.C. Rhode Island Rod  rOJ-lren-J'.-*!    hll.a.J'el fw.m i.irrru J!������.pOJ't"d  from P, H. Spraguo, May wood, III.,  one- of the* largest breeders of Reds in  the* U.S.A.    AImi White Leghorn and  K<. j. Ij.'.i.. i.a ..ah- ,1.1, b.ii^.iijj |.j i.;pj., .<<  make' room i'or young stock. C. G.  He-niie-ll, ( Ycn'ou.  Jii Sets Sidiimgf  I Mc>.. I'iiiiI mul fumilv ai-rivi'd Hun  1 wi'i'k from Alberta to join her Iuih-  '��������� briiijl. vvl.Ji ha:. Ii'iiipj'd tb.- INtntthe-Av*.  ! r/ine-b.  ;     TIj<-   Mi.pNj'1,   \WIIh ������.f V'.'.oiIji.  who  1 Ii.i \*-   lii-i-n   vi'.it in*.*-   their   fnthe-r   and  nl lul     Uii'iiil'.    iuic    Ioi-   ji,    i-iiuple-    ot  -.vj'J'Ipi-. )j'ii   fur  iuiiijj* uu    \V������.eli������j'i-<Ijjy.  'I'L.-        (���������*������������������      ' ���������      .���������        ,4. . <    I ���������-.     I    I-  mini i' itiimg hup), rii, .*!  .thiii^  oil    WYil-  .<->>..>      lli.rllolir .llll.ljj     ..II     llll  II    <>���������    II.  Victor Geroux left a few days ago  for the Kaslo country, where he will  likely spend the winter at lumbering  operations.  Capt, Forrester, who has been in the  hii! for the past few weeks doing work  on his claims, got back for a few days  stay on Monday. ������������������-  id** '  dud. Enlmer me>ved nis family nnd  eiiieets fi.;:n Creston last week, and is  now a resident in the residential section at the mill.  In the neighborhood of a dozen deer  havs been taken here already this sea-  se>n. On Sunday G, Grant and B. Mc-  Gonegal each bagged one���������the latter  also getting a coyote.  Hallowe'en will be royally celebrated at the mill, with a hard times dance  at the boarding house, to which a  number from Kitchener will be in  attendance.  Messrs. McKowan and McGonegal  are getting busy this week on the sale  of Victory Bonds, and between them  and Comfort ,  Snow flurries the fore part of  the week forcibly remind that fall  lingers in the lap of winter, aud  that it ia time to be preparing for  the real cold weather that cannot  be far distant.  To make you esomfortable in the  cold, snov"/-^ or wet weatuer, as well  as to ensure good health serviceable footwear is one of the first  considerations.  \|ry"s Vjqpjto *M!gt- or*ened a few cs-ses  of goods that w������ feel s*are will interest you at this time, particularly  our stock of  Lumbermen's  ���������si  Kubbers  You only have to look at them���������  to run your fingers over them���������to  be convinced of their wearing qualities. Rolled edge and reinforced  aii along top  of sole, as well as at  i���������i-  utiy>Vx.   1  '-IllA   '.-��������� A  hidiiiiu  i ace  ?0.rx7xt  IX yd,* v.  J. Km CHORLTON  rttAGHER OFVIGUN &  Vi*-tLtjNt-,t~L.~.<j  Terms on application.  .JBighest class tuition guaranteed.  LOST  Light red cow, just freshened, abont  8 years old, had bell on when last seen,  should have calf with her. Reward  for information leading to her- recovery.    F. PENSON, Wynndel.  FOR EXCHANGE  120 acres, good cattle ranch, with  stock, will exchange for- improve,! land  around Creston. Applv JOHN AVIS,  Perry Siding. B.C.  have these in both six and three-  lace styles in the well-known Dominion make.  We have the same goods in black  in lighter weight in the Laceit  Redman for men, and the Boys'  Simcoe���������both three-lace styles.  Heavy Socks  To go with all of these we have  a big stock of Artie Socks, as well  as Cotton Socks, from 35c up.  *m BROTHERS lower  Service  Prices  Extra No, 1 Feed Oats $2.90  Extra Noo 1 Feed Oats?F!atted 3.00  Barley Chop��������� ��������� ��������� ���������     3.20  A straight  car at these prices.  Creston Fruit Growers Union  LIMITED  ODCOT  UIILOl  1   OLI1WIU-L  W    "  jif0mmxrtK  iX~  tr*  ANT>  ~*VS>r-   ib   jm B    O. ""'"SB*"'! _r.r*M|  THAT  CHJJJ23 jjjj jj?**"3_, C!^���������I  Ai.i"/  i-iviMit   un  i;i;j\j\im;i h)i\  i  :**J  *a������n_ri___n  .*������������������"���������*_!  zr  "^  *i  f.'i  I'n  -km---i-m--atLl^^  ���������W'jjIliMWU  Ml-^l.^li������i^^  ���������i*.??, iSssns&SSSLmxxV^^S^^


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