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 nrVYfcT.       "OTyTTTT?  -1  Vol. XL  CRESTON, B. C, FRlt)AY, OCTOBER 24, 1919  t\JV.    Q'  .i***"    *m*t 9~*   {  smam  So  <#*fe*w**_i_iai  ��������� -^ ^��������� ""*  ss, -*���������_>"������������������=������ lb*  r,  ���������B*������^>������**.ej-__  Facts and Figures  The annual meeting of Creston  Valley Red Cross Society was held  on Oct. 14th, and although the meeting was well advertised there was  a very small turnout. Mrs. Mallandaine presented the report of the  work secretary whicli showed that  tiOv UQSiTiy so liiucii woriC had foesn  turned in bj* members, due to- various causes. Shortly after the  annual ifi_e������tin<* in 1918 the fSii epidemic struck the town, and by the  doctor's orders all meetings had to  suspended for a time. Then, on  November 11th, the armistice was  declared and before the flu ban was  lifted the soldiers were arriving  home and graudally interest in Bed  Cross work fell off, and with the  exception of a few "regulars" the  meetings were slimly attended.  The work secretary's report showed  that the following articles were  shipped during the year:  77 bandages.  78 suits pyjamas.  6 pillow slips.  95 pairs socks.  50 amputation socks*.  15 personal property b.*gs.  426 handkerchiefs.  Ji2 st.retchei-^CiiO'*.  9 trench caps.  6 wristlets.  ������_,        H day shirts.  3 woollen searyes.  ��������� 1 face cloth.  163 children'--* undergarments.  2 child's dresses.  1 woollen sweater.  8 women's jackets.  1 surgical shirt.  And   a. frj-'gp*-   as8������jJjH)t.ni  .of  used  clothing.in' good order, which was donated.  For a couple of years a Red Cross  auxiliary to the Creston Valley  branch has been operated at Canyon  City under the presidency of Mrs.  Blair, and the work secretary's  books shows the Canyon City ladies  to have sent in the following articles up till they suspended operations  early this spring:  6 pairs socks.  17 suits pyjamas.  48 bandages.  312 handkerchiefs.  15 pt-rsonal property bags.  12 stretcher caps.  (HI children's undergarments.  1 child's dress.  the $!40.25 balance was spent on  purchasing material for the members to make up.  For the year 1918-1919 Mrs. Con.  Hall holds the record of turning in  the greatest quantity of finished  work to the Creston depot. The  last Red Cross, raffle was on the  14th when a piece of crochet work  given by Mrs. W. S. Watson was  drawn and won \yyT Mrs. Garland.  The raffle netted the treasury  $10.50. The local society has one  life   member  in Mrs. Cherrington.  Below will be found the treasurers   statement  for  the  year  just  closed,  .vhieh has heen audited and   Xitir.LS      r, ,.  1.01 V1L������CU   LrLAt I  Bal. from previous year $ 97 40  Donations���������Cash  170 12  Raffles, various.  126 60  Membershp fees......    47 00  Campaign Fund  424 00  Red Cross boxes      8 59  Red Cross teas    52 55  10c. Collections      6 55  Sundries      7 95  $940 76  EXPENDITURE  Remitted headquarters $150 00  Prisoners of War    60 19  Vancouver Red Cross    75 02  Campaign "und    423 51  Spent locally  170 59  Balance on hand     61 39  $940 76  Mrs. Cherrington, treasurer, has  aiso complied a comparative statement of receipts and expenditures  since Red Cross work was under  taken in the fall of 1914, and which  follows:  RECEIPTS.  1915... ���������.-.......$ 505 47  1916 ~ _    538 52  1017........i;."._..Z..ZZ..ZZZZ "883 7"3  I9i8 ...........;:_-.  1204 97  191$)  _.    843 36  ~f~fyffsi������*iimi  Mr. Piggot is building quite an addition to the house on the Ramstad  ranch, wnich he recently purchased.  Three additional bedrooms will be provided as well as a; yerandah.  The apples in this part of the Valley  are mostly all pi/cked, and the end of  the rnonth'will s-eje the year's shipping  at the Co-Opera*"-"ve completed, It is  expected the bus-wee for this year will  show an increase of 25 per cent over  1918. '"'  So far we can get no trace of anyone  securing a deer.- Messrs. Bathie re-  tuaned Friday without any vension.  They report bear quite numerous in  the bills at Canyci(n.  The round up of this section foi the  Victory Joan tbis year will be������in charge  of D. J. Dewar, who handled the work  so well in 1918. A year ago over $8500  was subscribed, and an even better  showing is looked for this trip.  The box factorv has not been running this week, and from present  appearances there is enough stock on  on hand %o handle the remainder-of  ._  __������_. 1 ���������-_'   *3iiE oyrcLaytxA o inmiuca!*.  at the end of September cut down the  bbx demand at least three thousand  at Creston alone.  J. B. Winlaw has a crew of men  busy cleaning out the channel of the  of the canal to the mill to expedite the  getting of logs in from Goat River.  Mr. Clark, who lately acquired part  of the old Dixon ranch, has started  work this week on the erection of a  house on the property.  Anderson  of Victoria, who, with  his 1 tf". __  %..  son, was here last week looking the  place over. They expect to take possession in the spring.  A well is being sunk on the Constable ranch, to relieve a water famine that has a tendency to prevail in  dry seasons like the present.  A nutUber of our residents are on  the sick-list at present. Mrs. R. Stewart has been confined to the house for  almost a week past.  W. A. Pease was a business visitor  at Fernie last week, looking for a buyer for a carload of domestic pack winter apples and a quantity of Nc. 3's.  He v.-as quite successful and on Monday he loaded the car out with just  about 700 boxes in it,  ^t^r*_r_!irr~ i^llfmeg  L-oan canvassers  With the prospect of a building in  which to have public gatherings the  camp had a call last week from Rev.  G. H. Hamilton. Methodist pastor at  Creston, who will open up the Methodist work here as soon as the school-  house is  available.    At nresent Rev.  $3976 05  KXPENEIT08.E.  1915  .....$ 489 40  1916    497 67  1917    819 87  1918 .1  1228 28  1919    879 37  Bal. on hand      61 39  .l-SlU 11  ,,.������!,.   -    .1.      rv. .   .,  itx, i/jiv. jcai   mc v_/Miiiyej|i  aux  iliary raised $91.50, and of this  amount !f.5l.25 was contributed in  cashto tlie Creston treasury, while  I  TtSl  M   _        |g    SATURDAY,Oct. 23  l<"*i"t.p   |j"���������.p..w1..  -.���������*  The Fight for Millions  GLADYft l-l'.8..l.'_  in  A Nymph of the Foothills  BILLY WEST Comedy  The Straight Narrow  MONDAY. Oct. 27  MAI. HA R A CASTLKTON  in  ihe Heart of a Girl  tZt*W3~ZIJY altvayH HOOD  $3976 05  The Red Cross organization will  be kept intact until March, and  probably it will remain permanently. The ladies feel that there is at  least emergencies when the society  could render the Valley valuable  assistance in this line af effort, and  it is probable that it wiii continue  in existanceif only for that purpose.  ErB-tk&om  @unn~&ni������th Nuptials  A wedding of interest to our readers  was solemnized aii New. Denver on  Thursday evening, Oct. 16th, when  Miss Vesta Smith, a former resident  Creston, daughter of the late Mrs. O.  Smith of the City Bakery, was united  ir. marriage with Hugh Gun*-!, eldest  son of Geo. M. Gunn, a former pro-  vincial police officer here. Rev. D.  Scott officiating. The ceremony was  performed at the Gunn residance, the  bride being gowned in blue silk trimmed with lace> and was attended by  Mrs. Angus Cameron, while the best  man was the groom's brother. Will.  The ceremony was witnessed by a  small company of intimate friends,  and was followed by a sumptuous  wedding din nor. The happy couple  left the following day via Nelson on a  honeymoon trip to Vancouver and  Seattle, and on their return will spend  the winter .-it Roncbcry, where the  groom is at present employed. A host  e>f Cieston friends of both Mr. and  Mrs. Gunn join in extending heartiest  congratulations and best wishes for  future happiness.  iiiewinasM)rDi|n, ^u���������  -     ,,,.. ..   ..._.,._  __..-....   A-rx. jUjx.y     ifc.    x\.4,���������fr   xx   iiti-ic   luiasjuiijjry  work for the same denomination each  Sunday.  Mr. Firk, the Land Settlement Board  auditor, was an official visitor here  tbe latter part of the week. Another  caller on an official inspection was  Lieut. Kirchner, who was much taken  with the pr< gress the camp is making  in getting land ready for soldiers.  Work on the new school is making  splendid progress. Early iu the week  the carpenters had the flooring in and  the progrepss they are making should  see it opened almost at the end of the  month, if   the equipment gets  here.  The buiiding is 25 x 40 feet.  *  Accountant S. Coopjias aii assistant  now to help out with the rapidly increasing work in that department.  His deputy is Geo. Paton, who has  just arriyed from Vancouver.  Lister ne>w has telephone connection,  a second1 instrument being installed  last week at the camp office.  At a meeting of the Creston Valley  Victory Loan committee on Friday all  details were arranged for a thorough  canvass of the country from Sirdar to  Kitchener for the 1919 loan, the following citizens being selected to make the  canvass:  Kitchener���������H. A. McKowan and E.  McGonegal.  Lister���������Capt. Stone, Mr. Layton.  Canyon City���������Fred Waylett, A. R.  Swanson.  Erickson���������Miss Jeanne Palmer, W.  Wj_ Kaii.  vVest Erickson���������W. V. Jackson, J,  W. Hamilton.  Creston���������Dr. Henderson. E. C. Gibbs,  C. ts. Garland, O. J*1'. Mayes, S. A,Speers.  Alice Siding���������W. A. Pease, Jas.  Compton. ..-.'"  Wynndel���������D. J. Dewar.  Sirdar���������W. H. Morris.  Last year with the bond sale on  while the flu was raging at its worst  Creston Valley people invested in al-  rrpoct,   flue noo nfjirpco sp'ppp'ritieq      TTn-  + *,m\sm~ xJ vxfj. m'XxSm\-\^J������j       -mjm       t~ *_t"C"r������0*t_.       t^\~.0r*t X   h <U 1 <C O ������ %xJ   XI  der the more favorable conditions that  at present obtain, and in view of the  boosting: last year's buyers are doing  for the 1919 loan the committee in  charge a re confident-the $50,000 expected of the- Vallev will be in some measure over-subscribed.  Canvassers are instructed to eom'-  plete the rounds of the territory assigned them not later than Nov. 8th This*  will" giye them time to tabulate the  returns and plan the campaign for the  last. days, to make sure every possible  effort was put forth to attain and surpass the amount asked. Saturday,  Nov. 15th. is the last day applications  for the loan may.be written.  Announcement is made th.it commencing on Sunday. 20th inst., Methodist service will be resinned in tho  schoolhouse here, starting at. 3.30.  Thereafter service will be eyery second  Sunday. The union Sunday school  will meet as usual at 2.30 p.m.  A chirking hen on the. Kelsey ranch  has this week hatched out a clutch of  eight chicks. This surely is an unfailing sign of a late and mild winter.  The canvass of the KHckson section  for the Victory Loun bus l*ot*ts i\i.)i*.  gaatcd to Miss Jeanne Palmer anil W.  W. Hall, who are due to commence  the work uny l,i.,.e after Meme.-iy.  The loan c1oi-.cn on Nov. 15th.  .S. Lewis of Kingsgate, who has  spent the past month on his ranch  he>ir, retained home the,; fore part of  the week. It is stated here that Mr.  Lcvt-!-quf will tie- here te������ take thc  ho life in a few wee.....  Thin week will see apple picking  complete!* in thi:; ..j.IPi.i, a fe*,v of Iiie  ranchers having some on trees forWed-  liesday'H gab*. However, as the-ne  were- hardy winter .*.i������i(.*, very little-  elaiimixe was dune llie>m.  I'lli:, ijM.ljl.lt the: itijjiui I'iijiiiluy .mcIiihiI  disposed eif seiiiu' <jf '!>��������� surplus liinel*-  ��������� ���������y lujii.ini; ji *���������>(_ (toiiai um to tue liotiu-  mi-.:.ion fuiul of l.ut.h the I'lisnvt.'i i.m  An addition has just tieen completed  to the store, which will be utilized as  a storeroom for the flour and feed feature of the business, while the basement will be utilized for storing the  vegetables, fruit, etc  Another car of stumping powder is  expected in any day, whh-h will make  third car lot of this explosive that has  heen delivered to the camp. As yet  the caterpillar engine has not put in  an appearance for stump pulling.  The new camp, which is to take cure  of operations on Section 7, is now in  operation, with a crew of 23 men and  a. team of horses. The* cook house is  in charge of Mr. Bownes, who has a  first-class lot of equipment to work  with.  .!   Methpidi.-I   .1  un j . l.r  The gale on Wednesday did a little  damage in local orcharels, though the  loss will be light as the quantity of  apples on the trees is small.  Heoi.ty Todd's ranch bus been leased  by Geo. Marshall, who gets possession  in a few days. Tbe Mi-Coach family  are moving to a. ranch down the lake-.  The Matthews ranch has also been  leased, this time to a Mr. Paul, who is  from Allu'i'ta, aud who has already  taken possession  Mv:!, Tf.e-yt-1 i'* 'ih-esuly he*r.. to take  possession of the Bartholomew ranch  whieh Mr. Beyts recently ptin-haHcel.  Mr. and Mrs. Long will moy������- to the  l.ii.irihriil'J.o r/tlie-b at Creston as noun  as the' Hainbi-idgc'H remove, to their  new home at Uoswell.  AJihS Keith... IV.im," left on .Saturday  ioi- j*pp.''.'iv>ii, v> ������u-j i: .-.jjc. \\ ui -p|ieuil el lew  month;, (.akin k a aiimiu'i i-iul com ���������������..��������� iu  Kootenay HuhIih-hn College in that  city. ,  Jas. Compton anel W.A. I Vase have  lieen Hi'lee-le-el to hamlle> the* Vie-loiy  Loan canvass in this seel Ion. The  drive starts on Monday, and they will  1,4 4      44..       I     it, ���������      P4..lt4T|.l. .4     4   ..I..  .   .    . _,     -  The* I'arby.-.hir-- rane-h. ne-ar K'-e.l  ,V  i'-     ll|).������j(e<5    t,ti\,\    In    ,j     'tit.  J~*f Pv&km, -Monday  Surveyor Kice of the Lister soldier  settlement area, who occupies the  house on the Hiekey ranch, has just  purchased an auto-getting S. G; Foreman's Chevrolet.  The Literary Society had another  highly successful session last week  when the subject, "Are strikers justifiable," was debated, with P. Knott  taking the affirmative, and Manfred  Samuelson and W. S. Gilbert opposed.  The derision was in favor of the latter  bv about 30 to IS. To morrow night  the iaeiies are debating the same subject, with Mrs. Little on the affirmative and Mrs. Gilbert her opponent.  l-Yed   W.iyleet   and   A. "R. Swanson  have been selected to handle the canvass of  this section  feu- the Victory  Loan,   with operations   due   to   commence next. week.    A small   commission is paid on all bonds sold und both  i Mr. Waylett  and   Mr. Swanson   have  I agreed  to turn the  commission   they  : earn  over te> the local soldier memor-  | ial   fund.    Canyon   bought   heavy   in  bonds a  year ajJ.e>,   and    an   equally  good showing is expected this year.  Cunvon City this week heartily welcomes home Corp. Ililtem Young, who  is the last of the Valley men to return  from overseas, after two and a half  years of it. Hilton went over with  the Iiie.;! foicstvy draft  but had j_;oiie  "The Heart eif a Girl." the ne-w  World-Picture* in which Bat-bra Castle-  ton and Irving Cunnnings are the  slurs, i������ cuming em Monday t<> the  Peekin thuatrc and it i.s unepialifleilly j into the' infantry anil was in :-e-adiness  recommended* by this theatre to all to leave* fur France when the armistice  lovers nf the best in photoplays*. "The ; was signed. He never looked better  Heart, of a GiiT' was written by Mara- ', in liis life. He is *>,n ti<-ul,irly pleased  vene Thompson, the famous authoress ' with the- development of his ranch,  of im1!!-* pop:.!;*.:- ;-.tp>..������_n <������u.. ln-i-... m-11- ..When tie \ve*nt away the trees we������e  ing novels, anel in penning this play i quite young, while this year he will  she wrote a production whieh is whole- i have at lear-t 30*0 be<\es of apples,  seih'. r-lt-titii, pleasiiifr -mil <>\-e-eedi������ijr|y  interest ing. "The Heart nf a Girl" is  a modern loye. story tnM against t Ir.*  biiel" ground of a tense peilil ic-al struggle  for a gubernatorial nomination.  i ue   i 'oinpauy    11111 < ���������. i < i < ��������� j I    a   (.-ar  ut  i horses  at   Creston em  Monday, which  | will he- usi-d at luggin--; operatiems hei e  this u inter, whieh   will lu- on a   higger  .'P'4  pie  in   orelcr  to  goverume-nt  ���������i,,. ,.;���������,.������.. . ,,  .ISM'-M   v|  I p < I p ���������  . . ���������'  ��������� .  tl'.'i.V*.  which  G I.I I 111      foil.*  tl.P>  for  I liive-r, the euuncil i-* having ti-sts uuule  jteisi-i-il a supply   ijiiiikI   be-  h.ut  iteiiii  J welhi,  which    the.  ������ity   v\ ill   drill  and  equip.  j Afte-r lu'ing out of In,.-line���������-������������������ coiupU-lc-  I ly I'or two nn ml le- ������lie- <'i an brook Her-  I ;iId has  (loin*   niiollii'i    i-oineback   and  ! U;l:     i:,.-,Uei]    ,j.     jj.-.ij.il    I.u.I     Week.      Tit.'  jnewi-st     eililoi     i*.    W.  A.    l-'dlet.ion    u(  1  W<p> 'I'.Hiel      vv������-i.     i<     *,..-, i-i'.-'    :������������������������������������.:      h .  I "*���������  I pilli-lwisj'd  I In-  pi.till.  With   regular   rhuie-h  sei'\ ires now  bi-ing helil lhe union   Sunday se-hool is  eji|OV illtr Mil  .< I I el.I I.i I ice of ill ll li is i   (|f | v  *-(*hei|:il>p ijlul  tejichers.  .). li. lindge, who teuieival we ciiio-  nie led last week, i** imw a l i*siih*nt <>('  Afni-iivin, in-..j lliiiiiu'i* !<'������,!iy, whes-e  he-   ha**  pni eliiix d  .i't'2'1   jiei-c  farm, for  vl Inel. he ..*>  J i  (������������������ .1 I i-'i  ( ii Jin *. ��������������� IJU ill   *J,IMHMI.  N.-l ..  II    11e W  rr     r.,.|,.,-  uiiiii**te*r  rail to Mt-diciiK-  I--   .11.'   III.-...     I.HlL  lll.r   Il.l-  Alle-i   two yeiirs in  ��������� ��������� >:*    ���������'���������' !��������������������������� ���������������  ���������'  II .1.   Alta.  '������Ji*"We������**SL*e*e*M������"''W "������������.)���������**.*>* lip*l^^*������pJ^''l*rt'il^  x~dxm,imim.m.nri^.., i.i.������i������_i_ihm ipipiiwiiphMMliiaw<*������lp<,������Jll������iWI**p))li������������*4������l*������ilJ������ili  * 'Mt.tl'lliiltlti'lBii tf'irt������t'UJIiitfiiiifrt^Mtiiii1MiH" ___j_f(ittitf#MWttMMMh^iiM^^tfli>BttMlttMlimtiitflWi1ffWBMfMI  ~9~WSmS~m~~~UsWS~Vmm^  ii������-(>*iiili(4Mi#-wwra*^^  ���������MAMiM-M* ���������ntnn4tmimiimt*mit~euxsttitsm immOr.1 jwmmmm.m-mMuVii~a~-*ik Jim- ������������������di' ii.<iWi--������i.U.*i ������������������*  mr*miWMm~*\-Jmtwm1-mm  Hj.-i.j-   JU iH   it HI    -.    h-Kili   -JH4    t       i   iUxi-  tttitimxtftnittftmimtm*  jii-L- >__,_. tUL   ������ud u_j_  immmm*imimmtma4m%iim-t  40i������lii������i������lil4P������u<������ii*r������rM������l4������i������w  -u. L0jAU0AL,*x~A*.0a- Mi-? ^oTLZi'LLTLST&iS^'iSii. X," >m> ^������_j������ii4iij������M!������4_i_i_w_*������ta44*iri4*afcr������������>������ \ntv*viiitii*jrt*~ JUiujiMunMMtiWiiiuuiiuwu. -^ ���������wii-M ���������"TimiJUiL  &ttwito!m*mr.&i*r0*0.*  HBMjj  THE     REVIEW,     ORESTON,    B.     a  A Pi mole Rernovyr  That Never Fails  Dr.  Hamilton Stands  Behind  His  Formula  "l������. looked through narrowed lids at  thc  s c o v> 1 i n g Austrian.  Bad blood is always responsible  for pimples, blackheads and humours.  Pimples, eczema and boils are* the  common result.  I contend that to cure these ills,  the liver, kidneys and bowels must  receive  attention.  My remedy, known as Dr. Hamilton's Pills of Mandrake and Butternut,  invariably reaches the trouble.  For puiting life into sleepy organs, for forcing out every kind of  waste and foreign matter, for making health-sustaining blood, where  can vou find such efficiency as in Dr.  Hamilton's Pills?  In a thonsanel cases 1 havc demonstrated that Dr. ��������� Hamilton'st Pills  cure facial blemishes and skin dis-  ���������cascs.  1 look upon these pills as the best  blood purifier and system builder of  thc age, and guarantee they will cure  every complaint having its origin in  a weak or debilitated blood supply.  If Pr. Hamilton's Pills \vill_ not  cure that tired,- rundown condition,  if they will not change lack of force  into  energy ami vim,  then     nothing  wiii.  By creating an abundant supply  of rich, nourishing blood they maintain that standard of health so ^ much  desired by those participating in the  strenuous life we live today.  Get Dr. Hamilton's Pills and prove  their merit today, 25c per box.  i'su-n io you!'' -.plutter-  "You   have  been   drink-  r  i mmm in a iini  ll.lllll,  ii  ii  x?z  -"a-t* _n_������  _ "HCf  -m.m~.4-.m~r  111  I  BY  HENRY C. ROWLAND  Copyrighted. Printed by special  arrangement with Thos.  Alkr.,  Toronto. .  **���������*- M  Thc Austrian stepped forward, his  eyes dancing with malicious triumph.  He was half a head taller than Ruggles, broad of shoulder and long of  limb.  "Tli'.y gafc it to rr.e because there  was   nobodv   so   .'.t   io   lake   it,"   lie  *'I'ii talk Lo you in a minute, Lorenz," said hc. "I've got a few words  to say to Durand first. You licil to  mc," hc went ou te*> the manager, who  was struggling hard for his self-possession, "You lied to me like a dirty-  sneak, and you know it. You kept  mc iu the dark about what was going  on, and backed Lorcuz for all you  were worth. AY hat diel yon get for jt,  anyhow?"  "I will not  cd  Durand.  lllf-p   "You're a liar. You know I never  touch a drop. You're a stinking,  sneaking liar, that's what you are. A  man that would play a trick like, yoy  liave ain't fit to sell sabots to a street  cleaner. That's what I think about  you. And Lorenz, here, is right in  your class."  Durand's face was chalky, but over  that of the Austrian there spread a  swarthy flush. He had sqmc" bitter  Hungarian blood in liis veins and,  though cruel and treacherous, hc was  no coward. Besides, his nature was throe or  such that having betrayed Rugglcs's  confidence he hated and despised him  for it.  "You have said enough," he growled. "Go out and do not make a  scene. You havc got only what you  deserve. While you were loaning  around Faris and riding your bicycle and -walking in thc Bois with your  girl, I was writing to prominent business men in Vienna who would recommend nie for this position."  "Rlinrrlf-a  frit   'hr*   1p->"������* Ki-ictl'iin-  nS  t\\iv  J_\.ll *������, ^ I*���������a   IP-1-    1..4.    ,.���������.xl     xr . .x, ..... __    ������.������v    %...~-  nape of his neck, and his fists clenched involuntarily, liis blue eyes blazed at Lorenz.  "Oh. you were, were you?" said he.  "Why, you piker, who'd give you a  recommendation, I'd like to know?  You told me yourself that you'd been  a quack corn-doctor and got run out  town for nearly killing somebody  from blood-poison, then rounded on  your boss and swore it was thc  shoes. When the company gets elown  so low as to slick in a cheap skate  like you for a manager, it's time for  the honest men in the concern to  hunt new jobs."  Ruggles's voice held more scorn  and bitterness than anger. He despised Lorenz  too thoroughly to  feel  1  -   - ���������     _ SS ������ilM k-mm     HUH   fi^E   tt L  Slinvss us! unibiJ [  On Body and Face, Red and Itchy.  Cried for Hours, lasted a Year.  "'A rash started all over my little j  girl's body, and she had some on her S  face.    It started in a pimple |  i-y* that -was full of water- and 1  ^5f **��������� S������* **ed and itchy.     She  jy -"-riedfor hours. This trouble  lasted a yeKir.  "Then I started with a free  "���������**"���������"* sample of Ctuic-ma Soap j  i and Ointment. I bought more, and -  I used four rakes of Soap and three  boxes of Ointmentwhichhealed her."  (Signed) -f.rz. Dora "Langly, 1032  Gertrude St., Verdun, Que., August  11,1918.  Tho Cuticura Toilet Trio  Consisting of Soap, Ointment sand  Talcum is an indispensable adjunct  of the daily toilet in, maintaining  akin purity and skin health.  F r. free saropla each of Cuticnra Soap. Ointment and Talcum address post-curd; "Catlcore,  Dap*. A, Boston, b*. 8. A."   Sold everywhere.  c   or   four   agents   de   police,   had  not   Durand   lost   his   head.     lixcited  uevomi   thouirht     or   reason  by  el,  nan arisen in ui  shocking scene thai  polite shoe parlor, he hurled himself  upon Ruggles, who received him almost with love. Durand had no distinct idea of what he meant to elo,  but there was no doubt iu Ruggles's  I.������f  snapp  -A  '"Then the company must bc in a  mighty bad fix,"' said Rugglcs contemptuously, and turned io lhe manager. "I just dropped in to tell you  1 ii'or.gl.t of you," "aid he, and  :C'\ though not loud, had a siip-  that   carried   to   ev  ���������pVil.ll  his v  pr-.--  e r y  bei!.;.:   P.  Clerks  miei^ily   that   carried  "UT:!---.-   of   tl:������.-   slop.',   the.   words  ���������ii-.i'.-.i/fiy   aueli'i;!'-.  \':\\'j     ci-.-tor..-.* :'.*���������*   stopped  pt-.u;.: iiioir  up, -��������� tari 1-,'d  cd   'ai--   ���������'���������.."  r.i.! :  u.r   a:ui  ho rr. ���������>   and  hool:-  tuc  chr.ng  i  looked  ���������keeper   cca*-*-  ea**hier   rum-  (.. li.tom  hairs, ani-  ;.e-.)ii,   who  i. s   a.-:.  thc  i  ,   i-.lr 11..  ���������-   l'> r'-Aids   cold.  e ih s.i. I'1  \\  ".'?.  Ml". |  "', .< ' I ���������  the- i  I;!" I*.:: i  .  ii (    i  I  "   1  ,V   i   I    1   4  1'  1,1    '  any violent rage at thc man._ But his  scathing reference to thc unfortunate  experiment in chiropody Mas more  than thc savage, underlying nature of  the Austrian could endure. His face  turned almost black.  "Vou dirty little Yankee pig," snarled Lorenz, quite forgetting in his  fury the nationality of the business  which, had employed him, "get out of  this shop." Anel trusting to the supremacy of sonic forty pounds of  bone and musch* ovcr Rugglcs's  weight, hc seized thc boy so fiercely  by   the   right   arm   near  the  shoulder  that his strong, bony fingers sank al-  .   .   . -   ii...   i. -.....,  J I i '. ��������� *���������  1 t P. I        4. I I 4. WU1I4   .  A snarl burst from Ruggles's  ihroat, for the pain was sudden anel  iut'.T.se. The next instant it seemed tu l.tirenz as thot'gh a wiry mountain mule had 'planted his hiiul hoof  directly under his hft ear. lie loosen id liis grip anel spun around on  hi.-. 1 ji"-1-I-: then, b.-.i'on- In- could re-  ��������� 4,\i;' liis balance ���������������������������-sn.a-h !������������������-��������� anel the  i.ilur   hoi.f   hael   been   planted   in   the  of   his   rbdit   eye.  smashing  uiu:  of  new   A rt-Noiiveau  ia   hi<   fall.      lie1   scrambled   to  mm      and     glimpsing     Ruggles  ,h     .i     swirling;     haze,     rushed  ���������   "'    unn    v.'iiii    tiie   mail   inU'i.-  ii   In���������,'n'iir.���������;   him   elown   by  sheer  i.i'iiy   eil    -.i/.e   and   lending   him  i,   I'ui   I'ln.igh'S, though  ��������� !ir i .-. hilavatie.u oi the-  .-   i,:     ],; 11. ....I,,   ..r... -r-f.pi  i'l;; to the instincts e>f  mi blond, anel, ar. T.o-  big, (-'aunt body upon  li'Ppewl am! planted a  i t lu ''.lln ; eye. Then,  i ���������)! iii i antagon'ist be���������  ��������� i'i -I,  hi    ii-.ipi <1  nimbly  <���������<,    'ii    li e., I    an    Uppi I'i ui  I   Mit var   i hiu   ihat   J .ej  !'; ;���������    nl    Iii-     11111;��������� i  ���������I'l'Ill)!!'- Si M" Ivlll  i'l.",4;u'd   !n'    went,  ��������� ' ,i:ii'iai;y'-'   nie  mind as to his own intentions in regard lo Durand. lie gave, him a  straight jab where nose and forehead  meet, and another chair was added to  thc list of  casualties.  At this, thc cashier, to whose horror-stricken ryes it seemed as if a  god had been smitten, iu his presence,  leaped from his desk, upsetting his  inkpot over the ledger, capsized thc  bookkeeper in his passage, and 'dashed through his door like a falcon un-  hooded. Ruggles saw him coming,  met him just outside thc threshold,  and sent him back into his coop, door  aud all, where he fell across the  typewriter, adding this and a large  pane of Art-Nouvcau glass with a  beautiful design of lotus flowers to  the profit-and-h.'ss account of thc  company.  By  this,  the  spirit  of  strife  having  taken  charge  of  Rugglcs's  awakened  soul, his blazing eyes darted this way  and that, searching out the next candidate  for  belligerent   honors.     Thcy  fell  upon   the   manager  Durand,   who  had struggled \o his foct.    There was  nothing  bellicose   in   the  bearing     of  Durand, but Ruggles was now too far  amuck   to   discriminate,     and   started  for  him.     Durand   diel  not  await   the  onslaught.       With  woiuh-rful   dexterity for a corpulent young man  whose  nose had been broken  and  eye'-s  badly  strained,  he  leapce.1   over   the  legs  of a semi-paralyzeel  customer,  hurled  a stool, and darted around thc ilouble  row of  chairs,  with Ruggles  in  swift  pursuit.        They   made   the   complete  circuit,  and     then   Rimgles     de-jublcd  craftily.    But Durand   was  not to be  caught napping, and the chase reversed  itself.        Thc   eorpuehit      Durand,  light on his  feet as a ehincing-masler,  gained  the  foot ol" the.  stairs leading  up   to   the  ladies'   department.      Ruggles   pursued   him   halfway   up,   then,  catching   si^hl   of   a   suouuing   saleswoman  at.  the  head  of  lhe  stairs,  he  descended slowly, glaring up from the  foot   like  a   terrier   who   has   lre-ed   a  cat.       He  was  panting  hard,  but  his  head  was  beginning  to  clear  a little.  It was (hiring this instant, of pause  that thc door swung open and Ruth  Downing entered. Ruggles did not  sec her, but she saw Ruggles, and at  sig.it of Ins wild face, bloodshot eyes,  and bleeding knuckles, she stepped  back with a little gasp of dismay.  Her startled eyes fell upon thc wreckage, and her ears were greeted by  hysterical cries from thc rear of the  shop and thc top of thc stairs. Thc  much bebuttoncd little page who officiated as St. Peter to the Walkeasy  Elysium, and who alone of all thc  personnel had stood fast, unforgciful'  of thc responsibilities of his position,  steered her gently into a quiet corner.  ''Pardon, madam c, on se pat"  (there's been a fight), said hc politely.  Ruth did not attempt lo contradict  him. The shop gave every evidence  of a battle royal with Rugglcs as thc  prime mover. In thc rush of her  final shopping she had taken time to  drop into the store to tell Ruggles  that,-on talking to her father, she had  heard of thc appointment of an Austrian to thc management of the Vienna branch, but that Mr. Downing  had promised her that Ruggles  should havc thc same position in a  much more elaborate store to be opened very shortly in Rome. It is  unnecessary to say what means Ruth  had employed to extract this promise,  but she had achieved it; and she had  sacrificed an hour of very precious  time for the sole purpose of being  thc harbinger of these glad tidings.  Consequently, she was considerably taken aback by thc spectacle presented to her vision. As she stood  there, dazed and astonished, she saw  a  handsome  man   of  a  distinguished  Heefe's   s cbsa-59 .������*"���������"  prove   f<n yanr own  ____i������___Aa__:<>tA������i_     m*nA     mt  .T0m0.07~.mm���������.  tant~<-Lp~r-B~t~xAtx%X-3aam  -~~\\m   ~toos  end paio  ������Sr\d. fees! sores amesl  skis diseases.  Mall this adrettii������-  *ment end lc -stamp  {for return posing-*:) io  Zttm-Buk Gp*������.������ S>cpG*at  St., Toronto, end *we  ���������will s~n%%\   *_re*s ires  air rise quietly from his chair and lay  his hand on Ruggles's shoulder. Ruggles appeared to recognize him, foi  he turned quickly-with clenched fist",  ready to strike, then let his arm fall,  with a gasp that was half a sob.  "Come, old chap," said thc stranger soothingly. "You've done quiiei*.  enough damage. . Chuck it now zsi*\~  eonic with ijie.    I've got a taxi_wait-  ���������--. r-  ������  He steered Ruggles through the  open door, which was .swung wide hy  the small page.  (To  Bc  Continued.)  In former times Sandwich  widows had their husband's  tattooed on their tongues.  Island  narncrA  When some people feel for thc poor  thcy never feel in ihcir pockets.  agrfflBMB-ia^^  iiiu  4    ill  Mr  0- U. o.  1* L-onsiipated, Bilious  or Headachy, take  "Cascarets"  ,������.._���������. ,,.,.. t:0-0.  anel  ii,    .i  XA.J  _  r\    Y/*1<*l><"f"������1f.    f,|l,*"ll-p|";'J������  rMCU J".*.l*iuij ������>m" M.u.h'*  L������.bn-���������Murm* forked-  ue������ni, ritirexi'-Mi. f'raiiiiU* ;  J'"jr** ���������*%.0 Aim.*%* fjon. ftrhin.'ariei tieiriiii.-p-*  JILw yr sO,C3B'0f .-^ ���������;,,,.* ,,r Ky,-tie.',;  "ji Lt'iJ." Af:."-* 1-.* "."'.������������������'--, ������An*nr'<rt\t r.r eV.ll  ���������nili -aits yr-.tir <':*������rili<U-r������<*.<*. Aj.il: Vour Ijiliuui.'j ,  i'i* Miirhi<* wj.r.i /.mt  Wi.* '.',���������������������������  ���������! '..  :���������"* '"  tit-ttmittm Wiym Umssssitiv Co., CI������.Ct������������p**  : i  ���������I,    f<-i  '   faiil'  . ��������� v     x  i (     >���������  i   r, t       lintie li ll  .���������ini   Marv.H   bh'ejd  .1  c  ,i. i"  fil'ht  I   fjj.  foi  |.< H  !t    .:../h������  l.Ul'l'le' .,  ��������� ������.^h������.������.4������4.U���������������,,,,,,4.,44,.,,.,,..,..,..,..,..,..,,,|,  hick   hc.ad.whc, biliou.snes;*,   coated  tongue,   or   sour, gassy   .-.toniach   -���������  alway:'. trace  tikis. te>  torpid liver; dc-  l.iyeu,   Ii'i iiieji ting fuoil   in   tlie;  bowel:'.  J'ob.ejnous mailer clogged in the in-  t( stiues., in; tead of being east out of  lhe- ������-.\-*.1 *��������� 111 is re-absorbed Intel thc  il>ir..ir| vN'n-n (his ..i/isoii reaclics the  ihhe-ati- bi'.iin tissue it caiiM.s coiigc.*>-  'tinii and th..,' dull, tin i) 111 >iui., sicl.en-  iiig  hc:id.e< hr.  Ca:.('iiiTl;, iiuiucdialely cleailtiC the  ���������itoiuach, icmove the eonr; iind"i_er.sl._d  foeul and fmi! gat'en, take the r.*xc-.r.s*i  !iih* lio-ii tlf live'r and rnrry out oil  the* ee.n< ti)i;it������-d waste: matter mid  peu.-ieni'; iii  the bowclc.  A   CancarM     tonight     will     tnrely  " " y I i.ttaiglite-ii you out hy iijoi min;    ������ii<y  1'V J v:ortl    V, llih*    V.lti    o]e''p.  Bovril is  onc of thc most precious food  substances   in   the  world.      Its   beneficent  effects arc immediate ; it acts like a glass of^  champagne, but without the reaction -which"  wine sometimes brings.    Bovril docs  perm-uxent  good by building up the very fabric of thc body.  To get thc full benefit of Bovril^ take it regularly dav after day. Thc value of ���������w a courae of  Bovril' has been scientifically demonstrated by the  independent investigations of Professor Thompson.  After hrinp-inp- human snbtectt to a  O        O _J  constant weight on  a standard diet,  he added  Bovril to the other food,  and found thc bodybuilding powers of  -AT ���������*      .   -     '%- ~       -0~      m.m  JUUVIU   -lU   sjl.    m-i   ZC  ao times thc amount  taken.  Hta*4'ii/?.H  alone.  "kmUH  ���������-~m~-~mm~-S~*-S^^  I.I.I ipp.ii.4l MI������lll4lPII-_t'-W]������l-4(l������|l_-_rt_>|  -^IrlT^^^^^Z^Z  ymmmwrmmm.  mmm  ,u.jwipinHin-i^iM  ���������nnMMw;;���������:'.U'ir.i..'.::'_i;*������:,*������*%4^^  *rt*dmv������vi.im4tmmtfiK-*T0n0.. -  vxmiutimMmmsmiMtia^^iMsss^a  i_^i*__;i_i_*_������p������w  iiig^-aa������a*8'i-'&&  '.l"1"'1.'*1''! I������������������1 ���������!������.������������,.���������.-i .���������,,m*t,uHxp~-~ mmtrnwuumm  fit.  Tim     'iR-KTTKTv,      CRF.STON,     B.  .0.  , p _---       i-  a <rp.rprO.-l-5 I^Q  WJ/ypr w* ������rv*K������  "fj-t _      "������   1  BY SH. S. C. BOWERS.  A. happy family is one that can sit down to tho table with keei.  nd good che&r. Plenty of the out-of-doors and cleanliness,  Inside and outside of the body, will make for health, wealth and  happiness. Your doctor will tell you that anything from a  headache to the most serious illness may result from allowing food  to ferment in the intestines. The first'thing to* do in case you feel  mean, logy, dull, perhaps feverish, is to flush the liver and kidneys,  drink plenty of water, and take a dose of castor oil, or, something  better, made of May-apple, aioin and jalap, and long sold by almost  every druggist as Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets. This may save you  from a fit of sickness, remove the poisons from the system and give  the tissues of the body a chance to build up and resist disease.  People are realizing more and more that the kidneys, just as do the  bowels, need to be flushed occasionally. The kidneys are an elimi-  inRtive organ and are constantly working, separating the poisons from  the biood. Uric acid backs up into the system, causing rheumatism,  neuralgia, dropsy and many other serious disturbances.  This can be avoided by stimulating the kidneys to increased  action, and because of its tonic effect on these organs I would advise  any one to get Anuric (anti-uric-acid) which is to be had nowadays  for fifty cents, at almost any drug store.  To Dig Out  Prices Will Fall When Production Is  Increased  There is only one sure way to cut  down the cost of living. Prices will  fall when production is increased.  With larger supply of what everybody needs to cat, drink and wear  and for shelter -there will he concurrent drop of cost to the consumer.  At the same time there is brought  about an equivalent rise in the wages  of labor. To stop work is to decrease  production. Having endured the war  we must now begin the work of repair. One little word of three letters  shows thc way out of the world dilemma. That word is "dig."���������From  the  Philadelphia  Record.  i KM WW*  You can prc-rcat ~~i~ loathtorno -_Usease from rocaSag -___M*-gg_a  four  stable  and  -cores all  tbe colts  cuff-erios   -.--  H wfe������5Q  tsm  *L^ -   * - __.*___.___.       __.___.      - ���������    i ��������� 'ppW***'*^.       ���������   ,      _________.__*      I*,   - -      ��������� 0���������. ff_i ^4"% ik"tt "���������*������������������������mmhm4tm       mmGTmm*���������mi  n"*������n tne treat-sea--- i-s sssxtss ������*>S7 ,vuui, srvona uxsa  ���������fKRSpgfl GOMpg|y|ij������ t. ������of������j ������������ css'sa ssy esls. 2s ������s mm&  derfof how It previinu All -iatoempen, so mattes* two* ths eaS-S  ear horse-* at aa; age are "escpose>d." SPOHN'S is $~l~ by VQ&k  druggist. _y  SPOHN  MEDICAt. CO.,  Soto  Mfrs.,  Goshen*  laet,      <**  \x////~   ~w///,,,  LCALWOR&  w~~  p^���������^SSsr^  ���������*-������������a.  sf -_s "S-f AS jSs?-_*j_s_i^i_P������  trs A   ���������mi jt % ana **-"_*____**- m*^mmm ^mm.   _n  The sneer of thc jealous fool is apt  to proclaim the wise man's merit.  Fresh Supplies In Demand.���������Wherever Dr. Thomas' Eclectric Oil has  been introduced increased supplies  have been ordered, .showing that  wherever it goes this excellent Oil  impresses its power on thc people.  No matter in what latitude it may be  found its potency is never impaired.  0. W      *X4  ��������� ,-������.      ..���������.       __       _- ,__.       r-r. -1-1,1,       -*- ��������� ,  1/p-i.P.     VAX?     XL,     lllUbL     _IUIL<4LliC     'ZAI.ta.XILi  in bottles, and can be carried without  fear of breakage.  m m--^. ~m.*nmm *������ ��������� ' SS3F*3Ur������RI������St QUAUT^I  i*fev    Jttr^^x     rf&fc    dm-fx     sfi&%  p.rn m,m m nrn n������ -~������ ��������� ���������**-������������������ ru  _ _*  She Let Him Choose  She: What an atrocious necktie!  wouldn't    trust  you    to  select   any  thing, you have so little taste. *  He (chuckling): You forget that I  selected  you,  my  dear.  She:  You  think   you  did,  but  you  didn't  really.  A Mighty Serious Thing  "You  printed   mv     death      notice,  [ and that's no joke."  I j     "But,   my   dear   sir,   that's   not   my  1 C-..ix  R  yr  ��������� p   ff Write to-day for iUu-jtrated  recipe book ��������� over 100 dishes  deacribed. CatelU's Macaroni  ���������make". a satisfying and  noarisTaln-r meal. Cooles  qu.'ciJy. Havo you ovor tried  It***   Writo for that bock.  The C. H. Catelli Co. Ltd.  rp.-rO"*pTFR������A"_, OUSSEG   H  A Musical Incident  The young lady attended a con  cert. As the violinist finished his  solo she wept loudb*. "Ahl'* he said,  "she is a iover of music." Rushing to  her he clasped her. "I understand,"  he said, "you have true appreciation." "Yes," she said, "you played  grand. But I wept because I neglected to remove my dog's dinner from  ntf rifM a Tin   nri/wvi n  nnriima i h_   wi.r. t*  1-1-.*.  xi.y.  .~A     .  T*������c  4t,.p*  fc4 4*+ *,  alive that makes it no joke." |  There was a  subtleness     to     this ���������  that made it most annoyingly  puzzl-';  ing. i  fjfg NKW PNCHCH RBMSDV. N.,. m.9. KM  THERr&PfOAl ^-^-Lwl  ���������     ��������� ~ ���������S   ^w       ^   -vm-  m *m   0.v.plLALl0 Ttittt  gTitiS saccsss, cy-ss ckro^sc ws.p.x-isss, lcst -*r";o������-5  ������������ Vpn. SpiDHS*!. 5"-AS**JSip. uiSbASEd. aj-Ouu roiDon.  ���������?IZ.ES. MfiUSi Ho. DX.H-GiSTS ������r WAIC Jl. POST 4 019  VOUGKRA Cm, 99, a-KK-pIAN Sf.NEW VORK or LVMAJp BItf-S  rCSCKTO. V.'iSlTS "TOR frviZS. BOOS -So Ds. S.E CL.MBS  ������������sa.CO. IIJ.VERUTOCSKD. Kami-steud, LOMDO**, BH<*->  SRVHC1VDFAaEEVT/.STBL-|-.SaJ-*O-l[i0������    ������_.   TO TASS  " "leAPIOPI ~z.^~02  TKAT TRAOt   MARKED WORD  'THSKAFZOH* Ift Od  aUT. OeGy-Te -yrAMy *������������t������*0 *X~- ^������������*L CS*S*Ul*t1___.?*_S.������5?9  PTTj'rj or*Tj-riirt*Txx?~,3r  Humiliating  George:. L hear that ynir employers discharged you.  Daphne: Yes, but I wouldn't mind  that so much if thcy hadn't added insult to injury.  George:  How?  Daphne: Thcy advertised fur u boy  to   fill   my   place.���������London   Tit-Bits.  The Best Liver Pill.^--The action of  the liver is easily disarranged. A sudden chill, undue exposure to the elements, over-indulgence in some favorite food, excess in drinking, are a  few of thc causes. But whatever may  bc the cause, Parmeiee's Vegetable  Pills can he relied xipon as the best  corrective that can be taken. They  arc thc leading liver pills, and they  havc no superiors among such pre-  paraiions.  looking   in  "Why, de oth  She Wanted Progress  "No. sah. Ah doan't neber ride on  dem things," said an old colored lady  on   the  merry-go-round.  .-       l.r,-.       T        r.r,r\~.        rt ��������� X        T* n .  i    \iay   i   oCCu   uai.    ivua-  tus Johnson git on an' ride as much  as a dollali's worth an' git off at thc  very same place hc got on at, an' I  szz to him, "Rastus,' I se-e, "'you" spent  yo' money, but whar yo' been?'"���������  Boston Transcript.  No More Asthma.���������Dr. J. D. Kel-  logg's Asthma Remedy sounds thc  death-kncll of this -trying trouble. Tt  stops the awful chejk'uiK' and painful  breathing. It guards against night  attacks and gives renewed ability to  sleep and rest Ihc whole night long.  Much i.** claimed for this remedy, but  nothing but what can be demonstrated hy a trial. If you suffer from  asthma try it and convince, ynursidf  of its great value.  Probably   you   never   hcird   of   thc  man  who  was  killed   with kindness���������  ��������� but   if   vou   did   it   was   nothing   but  hearsay.  Laugh When People  Steo On Your Feet  Try    this    youruelf    then    pasn  It along to others.  It works!  i  I  Can Only Find Relief By Enriching  the Blood  Rheumatism is a disorder of thc  blood. It attacks people when the  blood is overcharged with acid and  impurities, thus setting up inflammation in the muscles and joints. Wet  weather or cold weather of autumn  may start the tortures of rheumatism,  but is not thc cause. The cause is in  the blood and thc blood only. Victims  of this malady have every reason to  fear the first dull ache in the limbs  and joints, followed by sharp pains  through the flesh and muscles; these  arc thc symptoms of poison in the  blood which may shortly leave the  victim painracked and helpless.  There is only one way to cure rheumatism, and that is through the  blood. Liniments, hot applications,  and rubbing may give temporary  case, but cannot possibly root the  trouble out of the system. That ean  only bc done by the rich, red blood  which Dr. "Williams' Pink Pills actually make. _ This new blood drives  out the poisonous acids and impurities, and the rheumatism disappears.  If you are a sufferer from this"pain-  ful malady begin curing yourself today by thc use of Dr. Williams' Tink  Pills, and sec how soon thc pains and  stiffness of the joints fade away,  leaving behind new energy and new  health.  You can. get Dr, Williams' Pink  Pills from any medicine dealer or by  mail at 50 cents a box, or six boxes  tor $2.50,. from The Dr. Williams'  Medicine Co.,  Brockville, Ont.  Catarrh Cannot Be Cured  Ly  LOCALr APPLICATIONS,  as  they  cannot  reacli  the   seat  o*' the  disease.     Catsrrii  is a iocai disease, -greatly infiuenced by  constitutional   conditions.     HALL'S   CATARRH  MEDICINE  will   cures  catarrh.     It  is  taken  internally and acts through thc Blood on the  Mucous   Surfaces   of   the   System.     HALL'S  CATARRH    MEDICINE    is    composed    of  some   ol   the   best   tonics   known,   combined  with some ��������� of the  best  biood purifiers.     The j  perfect   combination     of   the     ingredients   in'  HALL'S    CATARRH    MEDICINE   is   what I  produces  such  wonderful  results  in  catarrhal  conditions.  Druggists  75c.     Testimonials  free.  F. J. Cheney & Co., Prop3.. Toledo.  Ohio.  Cook's ���������������ffgfS Hoot CeispstlsE  jS an f{-. mxlidthlA* TiffH^Stiirff  medicine.' Sold in tL'rea de**  grees oi strength���������No.  1, Wki  St  Sold by nil druesists, or seat  prepaid oa receipt of pric������#'  Froeu     pamphlet.       Addxeeot  THE COOK MEDICINE CO_|  JCSOJ-TO, ONT. (F-.na-.--lj Wla-tir.)  MONEY ORDERS  Enterprise is a sprout that is pruned by experience.  When ordering goods b>-  mail,  minion Express Money Order.  senj a   Do.  Instead of seeing snakes ana otner  reptiles, the bibulous tramp sees axes  and wood  axe*-.  Minard's Liniment Cures Burns, Etc.  Basfifulness .and awkwardness  twins.  are  Boarding1 houses are probably so  called because a man is expected to  plank down in advance.  iard's   Liniment   Relievers  gia.  Neural-  While the average temperature: in  Western Siberia 13 extremely low, it  is withstood by human bcing-s comparatively easily because oi the lacit  of wind.  0%..  SKVmtTBi-.. ISM Ol "***������ ���������^IPJSE-XZF.tfT*  t&Vl ttk__M hr&Vii3t%MMKHUINUKZ'^"!4/ti'C/jM  'R"MifW<W"Mrrtrw>BB(eM  Ouch ! ? 1 ? ! ! Tbis kind of rough  talk will be heard less here in town if  people troubled with corus will follow  the simple advice of this Cincinnati  authority, wbo claims that a few drops  of a drug called freezone-when applied  to a tender, aching corn stops soreness at once-, and soon the corn dries  up and lifts right out without pain.  He says freezone is an ether compound which dries immediately and  neve-r in Ha in on or even irritates the  surroundiiiK tissue or skin. A quarter  of an ounce of freezone will cost very  little at any dnipr store, but is sufli-  cie-.H lo rcine-ive*: every hard or sott  corn or callus from one's feet.    Mil-  1tf-.HH j*. f        A   l|Wi|-W"*1|l f������rr\t ������������������������**-_-"*������e_**i      I-.-".!!      ������������������������������������ ��������������� ������/**��������������� 1 -  conic this announcement since thc in-  aujjuraliou of the liit.li heels.  The more a baker loafs  the  more  bread he has to dispose of.  Soft corns are difficult to eradicate,  but Holloway's Corn Cure will draw  them  out painlessly.  Thc man  who is long on words is  apt   to  bc  slio.t  on   deeds.  .Miiiard's  Liniment Co.,  Limited.  Dear Sirs,��������� I  can  recommend  MINARD'S   LINIMENT   for   Rheumatism  and  Sprains, as  I  have used it  fo<- both with excellent results.  Voiirs truly,  T. 1*. LAV PIUS,  St. John.  *WP**-, ^rm  Which   A iv  <h**  Revf-i.  Rr;������s?  That there is maKic and mystery in  numbers is an ancient tale, and the  fa-t is confirmed by a correspondent  aslcinr-": "Which arc the r.c.vcu .-:c:i-i?"  Upon ini.uiiy, there appears to be  a common consensus as to six of the  seven,   the-".*-*   *i-s   he-inp-   ihr   Atlantic,  . ���������  ,     * .    i ��������� ������     . . ��������� .     v ....* r ,     ������������������ r ��������� i: ���������  ciTaiiran, anel Indian. And just as  the ancients, aj;rccin_j on six, wore  divided upon tlie seventh wonder of  the world (some votirif*. for the Pharos of F-i_3pt, olbciu for the Palace  of Cyrus), so there in doubt us to  whether the seventh sea be thc bullic  it  11 e  -lb  The  deepest   mine  in  the  world is  ���������Pi t 1 f I      >T r"������ r.i ri.  .*i.JJU     iu    \)~    alJ.llj.    -IPJO.     V_.    Ol     lllC       i  .llilpi-  rack mine in 1 Iou(j.hton, Mich., which  is 5,200 feet deep.  Ivliiiuiu'.. Liiurjip-t.l Ciu'cj Da nd raff.  Prompt Decision  1.4 * . I   " " .      t  l   .v.,    ������4ii.p p������ i a ii i ix    p.liC .iOii.>    iii    pii'i>*y~i  ni*. lul .i joi> ,i.-. ivci'.ip-i oi llic poiliiu,  e auu-. tn the epicry, "What arc rabies  and what would you do for them?"  Ilc replied: "Rabies is Jew priests,  and I wouldn't elo ;i il.Tuin th'mi; for  them."  evenleen  or  Do you remember  those ages, when your  character was being  formed ��������� how you  followed examples, did  what other people did���������  your settlor years at  school ��������� your start in  business ? Recall them  ti you can. You gained  a .knowledge you will  ���������find useful when your  own boy starts out  Give him the right start Teach him the value oi  personal appearance and self respect. Tell him how  confidence may be gained merely from a clean shave���������or,  better still, show him���������and show him in a practical way.  Give him a  ^L&JJfl.ljflflMjrtJ-Vj   W        I.    mmZx.       OS^'SlCV'       jt^pHr^OS"  and make his morning shave come ea������y. The old time  pulling and scraping is a thing of the past. The  haphazard element is gone. There is no need for your  boy to know anything but thc case and comfort of the  Gillette shave. It is the razor of his time���������that to which  he ia entitled���������nothing" more. nolhintJ" Ir-ss.  Sold at most stores catering to thc needs of men.  WADE !M ,^--rrs^^-^,. CANADA  II  W.  N.  II.  IMS  .P-tV-W  P.U  ������P_    . JJ   i tlm-  ktm ~dl X.imJmd    iJUuxa,  II   Hah.  II U   iutdiiS  13!:  The Gillette Safety Razor Company  at.��������������� ���������    tftk mm ir. at��������� ..     m   ** -*>������-������ mX���������. ���������.  -yd-    ���������<M*'L������t*nic*"U-e(AJ   *SU*liTlft<t*C'-C'!,5  73 Si. Alc-ttttiiidcf Slreeir, montr-*..*!,. On-*       ;- ������������������������  n  *   ..!������������������.  XLS it  ������������������ ypi  WdmW!mWXm-\\W-^^ <44'>M''  ywyimmmQHm^  Kjri4U4j.k-1.ulM i-UtJjti A THE   CRESTON   REVIEW  -X.  THE CRESTOM BEVIEW  Issued every Friday at Creston, B.C*  ���������"Subscript"^"-!. : $2 ;i vein- in advance:  S2-50 to U.S. points. *  ('. F. Hayks, Kditor and Owner-  ... HUSTON,   B.C.,  FRIDAY. OCT. 24  WeSS* PtWLr,p@S& $������������������83@y  a.   sb ~tes4m0.emm-.m0m.mm  The Victory Loan   about   to   be  ft'ated in GiM.r-.d.a is ;i war loan the  -same   as   the   others.     This money  and more will be needed to pay war  obligations        already        incurred. ;  Some of it is required to retire short j  loans, some to meet the charge for  accruing gratuities and allowances  to soldiers, some for farm loans and  other advances.     Even if the largest  objective is reached all  will be re  quired to meet war bills.  Therefore the ocuntry makes the  same appeal to patriotism and self-  respect of the people that it did  when the war was on. These are  real victory bonds. They are the  price of victory. If tlie Canadian  people do not offer tlie money the  victory will not be quite complete. Canadians are able to raise  this money at home. We do not  need to go to a foreign country in  search of the means to pay our war  bills and so increase our outside  obligations  Editok He view :  Sir,���������Knowing that you were a  good j_pad booster and interested in  the developmert of your district I  respectfully calKyour attention to  what. Idaho and Boundery County,  your neighbor, is doing to connect  this county up with Briush Columbia.  Idaho, within the next ninety  days, will let contracts for the construction of a North and South  Highway aggregating over one  million dollars, of this amount  Boundery County will recieve about  one hundred   and thirty  thousand  dollars.  W. J. Hall,Commissioner of Public Works for Idaho, called a goods  road meeting which was held at  Moscow, Idaho, for the purpose of  discussing    State   road    pro-Herns.  a.   .. i   * _j - ��������� .._._.*.-.���������   _.n   ~4'-.,."-1-. aim"!    rpi-inp-*-  .rt.1;   III I IS    III*_-|-S|/lll_4   mi   up.)! tile! 1!     ---'---.-.is  ties were represented and the question came up in regard to the North  and South Highway as to which  route we should choose for this  State road through Boundery  County.  The. representatives from this  county, believing it to be for the  best interest of our county that it  would open up to settlement a  large area of agricultural land also,  accure to the benefit of the most  people by the route to Port Hill,  and also to our neighbors across the  line, the Creston people, have requested the Commissioner to designate this route as the North and  South Highway, which he has re  speetfully complied with. B. A.  Poison, engineer in charge of this  work, arrived a few days ago and  has beaun the. survey of the North  and South State Highway from  Bonners Ferry to Port Hill.  This route, being a government  post road, we will recieve otie third  of the cost of* the construction from  the U.S. Government. The people  of North Idaho fully realize that  the construction of a transcontinental highway through a scenic  country like Idaho and B.C. will be  equealed by no place in the world  for tourists and recreational travel;  This means that the tourists from  Canada   and   the Westeren States  will   pass over this route bringing  an   immense trade to Creston and  Bonners Ferry;    The  construction  of this   Highway to  connect with  your national road will be tlie greatest factor  for the  development of  our agricultural lands wo have, had  for many years.    Good roads make  a country.    I believe that our little  cities located a.s they are in one of  the roost fertile spots on the western hemisphere, where climate conditions    are    ideal,   whore    scenic  beauty surrounds us, will come into  its own and that we will grow and  prosper,    We   should    work   as   a  unit   on this geeat   problem, assist  each other in every way we can and  as a community get together as we  have a greater problem to solve in  i -ir -~x.   xvejoticu'-rj-  ���������4eJrt4-.Tr    /iirailPOTTO  XLCtiLixJ   ������������������4...4������t,v.  A. J. Kent  Kaslo's brass bund has been reorg-an-  ized with I" ii-en'ib-.'-.'-**, and half a do'/cn  prospective toote-rs for whom noinstn-  inents are available.  SvEipsQ-m sf  v __.    -  - ^     -  \m\~\ ������ct . inmimm*  'J  "VXinirnum price of f_rp*t-,'-*!**'ss tn.nd  reduced to $5 an acre: second-class to  $2.50 an acre.  Pre-emption now confined to surveyed lands- only.  Records will be granted covering only  land suitable for agricultural purposes  and which ia non-thnner laud.  Partnership pre-emptions abolished,  but parties of not more than four may  arrai ^e for adjacent pre-emptions  with joint residence, but eacli making  necessary improvements on respective  (���������'.aims.  Pre-emptors must occupy claims for  live years and  make improvements to  value cf *?l() per acre,  includiner clearing- and cultivation of ai least 5 acres  before  receiving Crow?,  ��������� '.rant.  Where pre-emptor in m-t-upation not  :css I ban a year.*-, and has nn-dc proportionate improvemoi'is, he may, be-  i-ausc of ill-heaiLh, c-r other cause, be  granted intermediate- certificate- of in.  provement and transfer hi.- claim.  iicr.ords without permanent residence may be issued, provided appli-  ������������������.'i.'ii ma;*.*-*- improvements to extent ol  ���������J.'lOO per annum and records same each  .'ilu. Kai lu re xn make improvements  1 if record same will operate as for-  '������������������iture. Title .-anno, be ui.;;':!,.'.' in  less than r. year:-:, and improvements  of $H>.iii! per acre, ir.eludiac .1 a.-res  eii-arcd ai.d cult i\ ated, and residence  irf ������it   h.-aM   ". jeai".-  -J.V.: re'|ii:r--.l. i,,  I're-einptur h-'ldirjc Crown f-r.-m!  may re..1,r.i iinotl'.i-r pre-empt km, if he  r.-'iuir<*> iarni ir. .-unjunetion wit'n his  farm, w.rhou.t actual occupation, pro.  vid.-ii st:i.tutr-.r> :inprovem.-".ts made  *. nd re-.d.-r-ci- maintained on e.'ruvvr.  irrar.!.-.!   .and.  ".';--'..:������������������������������������.���������.������������������-(! ar-'-.-i:-. not exf'i ���������<-dirii :'.<���������  .ir:-'-. . iv..-.y !>.- !.-a.-r-d a.- lini;ii-i'!!i:.s:  ';'.\>r 'j, *..- -.'titain.-ii ai"'er fulli'liiijr i- _,- s i ���������  ��������� :������������������:.!;a:   .-.i.'i   ���������������������������npr-ivemeru   < ��������� > > i: <1: t i' ms.  }���������'���������.- .'.-������������������-.'J,: :\x .-ii.ii indusT ria 1 ; ���������' i t-j"������i is-hs  .;-���������:!.��������� ������������������:-��������� .���������.���������>...:.-_��������� j", 1.1 ;fi-y..- may I'.e  ���������������������������������������������   ������������������'-.  '���������������������������������������������   ���������.:.������������������ p. r-nri -,r ��������� ���������i.inpnii.v.  .'vi..: :";-.-*��������� ry .,-r ind1:.*trial sites on  *���������������������������'. ���������-.'" .���������..-..j. : ��������� \ i--Ai.-������-.-di!iK -10 acres  *v..1.'.' 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X  When Edward, Prince of Wales���������eager, bright  eyed, smiling and sincerea���������arrived in Canada in  August, and when he voiced his great admiration of  the wonderful achievements of Canadians, on the  fields of battle and at home, once again we were  thrilled with joyous pride.  He asked concerning Canada's reconstruction programme, and when he was told of the Victory Loan  1919, he graciously consented to the use cf his Coat  of Arms on a flag, which is to be the prize of honour  for districts achieving their quota in the loan.  In dedicating "The Prince's Flag" at Ottawa on  Labor Day, His Royal Highness said in part:���������  *It is a great'joy to me. to be associated with the  loan, which is the bridge between war and peace, and  which is finishing off the job.  "I hope every city and district will win my flag.  Striking, and beautiful in design, this flag will form  not only an unique memento of Victory Year, but a  lasting and outstanding souvenir cf the visit cf His  Royal Highness���������a visit which will remain as one of  the most memorable events in Canada's history.  The reproduction above shows the design cf the  flag.    The body is white, thc edge red; in the.upper  left hand corner is the Union Jack, and in thc lower  right hand corner the Priiice of Wales' Coat of Arms.  The flag is made in two sizes, 4   feet  6  inches by  9 feet for small cities, towns and villages, and 7 feet  by 13 feci: 6 inches for cities cf over 10,000 populaticn.  Canada has been divided into canvassing districts  by the Victory Lean Organization.    Each city frrr-in  onc district.    Other districts have been determined  according to population.  liucli of these canvassing districts has been cJlct.rd  a certain amount in Victory Bonds to sell. To win  the Prince's Flag, therefore, a district has to sell its  allotment. That is thc one and simple condition.  Anticipating that many districts will buy far  beyond their allotment, the organization deciericei that  for each twenty-five per cent, excess of the quota one  Prince of Wales' Crest be awarded. Thus the workers  in a district doubling its quota will be the proud win-  jj...i., yj'i tuu. x,i.:xi)\ ctlvA:; U.v thcir Honour Flag. Thcr,e  crests will be sewn lo the flag.    Thc Prince's Crest  p-������-v/v^ pR..owfv������  the three ostrich plumes - is shown at the top of the  coat of arms.  To every organization with fifty or more employees,  where seventy-five percent, of the enrollment invests  a total of ten per cent, of the annual payroll in Victory  Bonds,  a  supplementary  Prince  of Wales  Flag in  smaller    form -18   inches   by   34   inches���������will   be  awarded.  The allotment fci* each d'.ntnct has been carefully  considered, and is based on a conservative estimate  of the p'-Kcuusing power cf the district.  Your district can sell its allotment and thus win the  Prince\s Flag, provided each person does his or her  share.  You will gladly do your part and encourage your  neighbour to do his.  Remember YOUR purchase may be the one that  decide"!" wh-r-ther *"*r noi* ynnr di ���������.( rirt i.-; to be ilu" proud  possessor of the Prince's Flag.  The Prince's Motto is "I Serve"  Will You also Serve?  "ii��������� ' 0 m~t -mi. in*  _N  V--4 (/ "    JM.-* J*t(*"'~-7A-t.,;  B '-SL v ���������5":  , ***������nii 1      ^*mSt\~~~-r  iy.\   tea pt to1   te  IV. ���������.  I-ml.I l.y ������. aii.id.i's V'ie.'teiry i'.onii iniiiiiiit ie-c  in in ..j.. .... 4.. 11 ..4.!, . li.- r.* -.iir i cj of 1 ��������� It 1. nice  ..I' il.-   I )i,.uiiii(iii eif -"aiiad,!.  (A  f  iti  i a  !..f  iT  "���������������':���������  111  iii.t  I <il .MMM  i titm  *.__u  (v.Bagi  \ ~m   ,-,���������-������ .������������������,:0'-yi,~,������i0,-*d*.***������i<~, *im4>sm*it*m**admxwmijifWmm. ilH^Jl^SS-STOK :SSVtEW:'  Juggled Prosperity���������and 'Wrm:''  Di-diccf ted to the "underdog," (against the profit-mongering selfish hog);  Exploited toilers on land or sea, mill, mine, farm or factory.  All is not gold that glitters.  A trite saying, ever new, but old;  Prosperity a-Dceais a glittering thing,  When the tale is but. half told.  'IV.  frh.  PCA    PJ������7  e wno only  1- Jj. ' --S.VC  it vc ior at**, a,  and  in  in  Its about the only thing on earth;  But to tbe human altruistic mind  Its viewed at it's true worth.  Now prosperity has been with us.  So at least we understand.  Till our jeans are all ajiugle,  And its hyptonized our land.  We've chased it -morning,**noon  night-.  Until we've got the craze.  We really haven't time to live.  Prosperity so crowds our days.  And so methinks it might be well,  To pause,���������-and think some more;  Formaybethings are not as seen.  When we test theui at the core.  Behold, then, Rome    at   her   zenith  days,  When   her   slaves   felt and  lived   in  gloom,  Prosperityshone only for the master  class  Now history records her fall and eloom.  The two extremes reached breaking  point  Thus came social  eyeilution's testing  call;  If we be wise we'll heed her fate.  For the handwriting's on tjje wall.  If  by  some  occult  order-in council  then,  Sunshine   be   controlled, to  ordei  spots.  The   multitude   would   be  living  gloom,  Or pay tribute to prosperity's sots.  And so methinks its up to us.  In this so-called civilized age,  iu ojjjJi'y   nut- cip-.p-i   1.C-.-5H,   uy   iit'CK,  To.our vjiunted.prosperity days. ���������  We've been piling it up by the .millions  Prom our great hives of industry,  In fact we've gone one better,  Now concent-*ted* prosperity we see.  We've  made   some scores of   millionaires.  And that during four vears of war;  As hp;nj.Uiiiy's miiiions were torn te>  pieces,  Miel  horrors  reeking  with blood and  gore.  These millionaire gents are still living.  Prospering,   find - still   looking   for  more.  (If the boys who have done their bit  Be granted further gratuity.  Then the only just place to get it is  Froni   these same made-miliionaire  gentry.)  It staggers human comprehension,  Aiiu questions onr smart sanity,  As we acquiesce in letting it puss.  All for the sake of prosperity.  These money magnatesare al! prosperous".  In fact some sicken on prosperity,  But the innocent blood nf strikers shot  vVill curse them thru all eternity.  We may be smart and all o' that,  Bnt the nation ne'er was born  That could cheat social evolution.  Or put her laws te> scorn.  Those law.*, they stand inviolate.  Mattering not how blind we be,   : : i '.   We'll reap as we sow, and finally fate  Will mock at our false prosperity.  xii fares the land, the seer wrote,  To hastening ills a prey,  Whete (purloined) wealth accumulates  And^ exploiter   and   exploited   face  decay.  You may make your dollar fortunes  ^ And in so doing refuse to see.  That prosperity breeding dire poverty  Is a misnomer���������'twixt yon and me.  In getting our ill-gotten wealth  We've  robbed  -ind cheated  labor's  just right,  And we're going to pay the penalty  Just as sure as day follows night.  Unless   we   change   exploiting   profit  system  And   establish   for   humanity   just  laws.  | Giye heed to  social  evolution's  mandate;  Economic justice���������proeperity without flaws.  All wealth for a class, poverty for the  mass,  . Spells disease at the core of society;  We've some reconstruction work to do  To save us from social calamity.  \\~\  r*** silt/-*?  The Bank of Montreal  branch at Kimbei lev.  is opening a  Cran brook's corps of mounted police  is no*.*.* on the job. It consists of fom*  men.  Grand Forks expects its fruit ship  ment  mark,  this  year to hit the 90 carload  Kaslo citizens are permitted to regale themselves on sweet cider at 75  cents a gallon.  Nelson Presbyterians have $2000 in  sight of the 84,200 they are asked for  in the Forward Movement drive.  cost  of  living  ought  to come  M.IIV^IIC.'  , The first car of apples ever shipped  from New Denver went out early this  month.    It was largely Wealthys.  Rev. J. Black, for seven years Baptist pastor at Trail, is leaving at the  end of the month to reside at Vancouver.  Ranchers in the Grand Forks country  are after the goyernment to send in  an official to reorganize that section  as a water users municipality, in order  to facilitate the installation of a rather  costly irrigation system.  The electric light meters at Cran  brook are being government inspected,  As there are about 700 of them the.  official in charge, expects to be a resident of that town for about a month.  Ris&i.STE&EC*  i r^m 00-*\+mxi00m-r4'   g-q������_r  tt   g  jm  St. Gush's Count Gieero 7105  W. V. JACKSON.   CRESTON  shop has just opened for business.  But why prolong the story  Of tbis juggled prosperity.  Filched   by    profiteering    class   from  working mass.  By test a rank counterfeit we see.  What then, say you, is genuine.  Ah, well, it dawns on me,  It doth nor. dweii in filthy lucre,  And tluit of tt live certainty.  Ah, no. its found in happy homes,  With firesides a-glee with joy,  Where peace and content pervade the  fift*���������  Here's prosperity without alloy.  Where wealth is spread with equity,  No great extremes meet here,  Parasites  and  millionaires   just  faele  away,  And unknown are want and fe-.r.  Where honest labor shall enjoy,  Its full reward and fruits of toil  And none shall eleign or dare to profit,  . .Lest he lie branded an-exiie.'  Where none so rich as to control  The lives of any other in-the land.  And none so poor a.s forced to beg  Bread from organized charity's colel  hand.  Where liberty, peace, fraternity,  -Flourish as a green bay tree,  ���������Neath   the   flag of true  social   democracy,  No juggled   prosperity or exploited  humanity.  ��������� ���������������������������������������������������  It may be old or it may be new.  But the dreams that nations' dream,  Find a way of coming true.  -Petriiled pessimist takes a fit,  It can't be done, ideals make me sick;  Practical optimist off with his coat,  Live as human; no longer mule, sheep  or goat,  By wise  political.,action unheeding  the jeer.  Votes and fights till.true prosperity's  here,  ��������� J. A. LIDGATE.  Creston, Oct., 1019.  epairing  J. A. P.... CROMPTON  Qualified Piano Tuner  Eight years experience. Highest references. Single tuning. _i. Two  tunings a year. $7.  T. LAMO  aiwc*~-\jt  ���������*>      m-t   v *     ~m\m~~*' a    *B7 \ #  NOTARY PUBLIC  INSURANCE   ~     REAL ESTATE  DEALER IN COAL  CRESTON   -   -   B.C.  IS  88  ���������   m  II  tf~** T> /*\T5 7*T*>"inpi O-  ���������-T  MS-KJ A JL  i-rn.it growers can entrust tneir Danjcmg1  interests to this Bank with the fullest  assurance that they will receive every care  and attention.  The many services which this Bank is  prepared to render will gladly be explained  if you will call upon us.  atsJA*"mAM RANK"  OF COMMERCE  !!  ppp-ar-tt-.  Creston Branch, C. G. Bennett, Manage  \  lagGA  I HEREBY GIVE NOTICE that on Monday, the 3rd da;  of November,  -I CIS f\      - X  jLcrjicr,  llV  tiie noui*  OI  xo  xitxrxrrx     LIS     UlLx  L: II Xri i W'i- .    iii yi  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-  paid.  Cnonni'  rn.  1'i.e  Collector will  be  pleased  owner is a member of the Allied Forces and entitled to the benefits  ment Act, 1918.  receive any information respecting the following list where the  of Section..29 of the Taxation Araenti-  Come in and see my stock.  They are thc best.  Seeing is believing.  Latest Sheet   Music and   Records  S* Si. F0REMMM  r.r.a.rf.'.iir.MfTiffi-mi-Jini-mn  If you are needing  He mil "' oiiiii&ioo  Name of Claim.  Assessed Owner  Lot       Taxes to 30th  No. June, 1919  Armstrong Wood, R. G   Arnold Connolly, Wm  Atlin Ceiffey,  VV n i   Atlin Fractional No. 2 .Coffey, Win ....  AhnaN Loweuiug;  W.; Antin, N. .7  Altimis * Williams Ac Mureloff  Bryan..., Fletcher. F.;    MeKav*A  H. G :   Big 2 ��������� North American Collieries. Ltd  Bonanza    North American Collieries. Ltd  ij. jl.;   u-osneu,  Maione. J. D. ...  Nea lands,  -5483  4079  4800  9336  9174  9915  1(399  4037  4038  Blue Quarts*: * Kootef-uy Consolidated Mines, Ltel       7072  Murdoff.  Murdoff..  Beaver Williams  Blue Bird Williams &  Cleopatra Kelly, A. H.  Corinthian Field, L., et al   Canadian Queen Darby, S.   Caledonian Fractional Williams Ac Murdoff....  9920  10032  387  201)0  3240  990S  'tal  now is  ihe  time to buy  \v<-  havo  just  of  tlieso  unlo.i'.i-*.   n  ���������it  Oreston  e**n*  Drummer Kootenoy Consolidated Mines. Ltd      4223  ���������"Daisy ..Williauie & Murelotf       9919  Daisy Fractional... Williams Ac Murdoff       9922  Exchequer :. Kelly, A. H         391  Rlise... Peters, Mrs. AI       1310  Flying Dutchman  Ilutelu'son, W. IL, et al       5140  Franklin North American Collieries, Ltel       403;".  Garfield Campbell, A. ,J         4939  Golden Belle Fractional  Williams Ac Murdoff        91)07  Golden Belle Williams & Murdoff  9917  Golden Eagle Williams Ac MurdofV  9920  Hillside Williams & Murdoff       9908  ITappy Jean Williams Ac MurtlolV       9911  Iroquois Wheatley, Jos   Independence Ilutolu'son, W. II.,  Jubilee Garrett. Keefe   Joker Shrnm, ll. U   Joint Fractional Lutulippe, E   hodestono Williams At Mm-doff S   Mars..... Nutclu-son, W. JL, et al   Maud S Will, Louis   M. S .Wwigge-. E. C; Tnttle-, A. IL; Cl.m.lv.  il ij ;..  Margaret   Williams it Miiieloff   Nchru-ska Girl... North American Colleries, Ltd   Napoleon L'Ee*uve-r, Mrs, IL A   Nugget Fractional I'liol, W. B., et al   Oronogo Bohnse-n, C. L   Pilot Knob  IIiite-lie-Mim. W. II., et al   I'lieie-hiiN Ilute-hi'son, W. If.. i������t. ul           .-Yirenpiiie' Noilh American Colli'iiei.*:, Ltd   Plane*! Kheep Creek Bonanza Fug. Co.. Ltd,...  Planet No. 2 Sheep ('reek Bonanza Fug. Co.. 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Having in preceding articles re-
icrrcd to the inequalities in representation in our public bodies which result from our present system of election, and the methods which are proposed by Proportional Representation for overcoming these inequalities, it is now proposed to cite a few
examples of results achieved where
P.R.    lias been  put  into  practice.
In the last British elections, seven
Liiversities
Representation system which has attracted widespread attention was the
iilumCipai election m p_mgv, jU'CifiiiG.,
whereby the first town council in the
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new method was selected. In that
election 24 candidates were elected,
eight from each of three wards. Four
groups of candidates were in the field
representing the Ratepayers' Association, Sinn Fein, Labor and Independents. The following tabic gives a
summary of the final result, and reveals the fact that each group obtained   representation  in  the   council
charter Was passed, giving thc corporation unlimited  powers  of assess-
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an early election under the proportional system. Thc result, indicated
above, shows that the ratepayers
through thcir association candidates
have now obtained fair and proportionate representation on the council.
Speaking* of thc election results, the
newly-elected'mayor says: "The elections recently conducted here under
P.R. have given entire satisfaction to
the people of Sligo, and under no
circumstances would thcy be agreeable to go back to the old system.'*
(Next -week some objections to
P."R. will be dealt with.)
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Of Catarrhd Discharge?
If So, It's Time You Got Wise  to
Catarrhozone,    the    One
Certain Cure
By no other means can you get relief so quickly as from Catarrhozone.
it's  the most     direct remedy���direct
because  you breathe  it  to   the very
spot that is irritated and full of  ca-
in-proportion to thcir voting strength:  tarrhal   germs.     Nothing  roundabout
English
v.*ere'
combined into one constituency elcc-;
ting two members, and the election;
was conducted under thc P.R. mc-'
thod. Four candidates were nominat--
ed for the two seats. When thc bal-'Ratepayers
lots were counted it was found that Sinn Fein
tirst   0 references   had   been   recorded! t,1"     ,* *
,-,.     . rx'rx        -rr      P r, r- r- -     IudCPCnd
arues
as follows: Fisher, 959; Ilobson, 366;
Williams, 366; Conway, 303���a total
or 1,994.
With a total vote polled of 1,994,
and with two candidates to be elected, the accessary quota. to secure
election would bc arrived at by dividing 1,994 by three and adding one.
This gives a quota of 665. Mr.
Fisher, having polled 959 votes, was
declared elected, and his. surplus of
votes over 665, namely, 294, was then
distributed according to the second
preferences indicated thereon. More
than half, 162, fell to Conway, 88 to
Ilobson and 44 to "Williams. The
position of the candidates at the con-j
Totals
Cil J.S
First
Presences
rtrtr,
.       OriO
. 674
. 432
. 279
Proportion   to
First
Pretences
c r\t
O.V*f
7.33
4.70
Seats
Actu-
ually
Obtained
o
o
7
5
A
-t
in lllQ Pwtttarriio
"*���- i.-'���
It  is   thus
.  2,208 24.00 24
shown that all groups
of citizens obtained representation,
and that, if allowance is made for
cross voting between the wards, they
obtained representation in proportion
to their numbers. ��� Further, in all
cases the electors had the final word
in deciding which of the nominees of
the various parties should be returned. The objects of P.R. being to secure freedom of choice in voting and
justice in representation, these were
secured by the single transferable
vote.
Prior to this election in Sligo, as
elusion of the transfer was: Fisher, in so many other places, many of the
665   (elected);  Conway, 465; Hobsor, I more  heaviiy-taxcu     citizens     found
454:  Williams, 410.
While one candidate was elected,
not one of the other three had obtained a quo?:!. Th.- lowest on the
���''..11,   Williuii!.-,    -.vitii   410   votes,   was
accordingly di-chi
votes t ran ? ferred
fell to Cap way,
���.P. above lhe ���:;
I'oi'jii:'���-���������.' p-j'.'-cu
a man v l;e') -,v:
poll or. the Ur:
elected bej*a.'.-���'.
1''rite   as  a   *���'������_..;
"i-il  defeat*
A
d, and his
many as 312
\.hi:< briuKing his to-
i'l:;. and tic* was ac-
!. 'i'l'.'.-is under I.'.R.,
;*.!. the foot of thc
: ei.uiit was actually
ie  *.\ as  a  strong  fav-
Aftcr    some
trv   to   obtain
,_������ ~    >- .<- - A
J.LJLLir,    mt-LLIxJLL, XL    P.tl-I._p
instantly, clears the throat of phlegm,
stops the hacking cough, relieves
tight chest, removes bronchial irritation.
So healing and soothing is Catarrhozone, so full is it of curative essences
that winter ills flee before it. Carry a
Catarrhozone Inhaler in your purse,
in your pocket, use it to ward off
your little colds before Ihcy grow
big. Dollar outfit lasts two months,
small size SQc, trial size 25c; al! dealers or the Catarrhozone Co., Kingston, Canada.
It has been estimated by a European scientist that the commercial
value of thc electricity in a flash of
lightning lasting one-thousandth of a
second is 29 cents.
A humorist says the joke that isn't
private is no laughing matter.
GUARD THE CHILDREN
FROM AUTUMN COLDS
A golden stream 0.
Crows* Brand Com
Syrup Is the inost
delicious touch you m
���can give to Pancakes!
In the Kitchen, there
is a constant call for
Crown Brand Corn Syrup
for making puddings,
candies, cakes, etc
Sad the day when you are
too big to enjoy a slice of
bread spread thick with
Crown Brand!
Could that day ever come?
Ward Jt off! Grace your
table daiiy with a generous
jug of Crown Brand Corn
Syrup, ready for the dozen
desserts and dishes
it will truly ""crown".
Sold by Grocer*
<eveery*wh��rc���in
2, 5, 10D and
20 pound tins.
Th"g CrAnad'si
Starch. Co*
Limited
10 iiixpiore tn Arctic
New   Yorker   Plans   Expedition    to
Coronation Bay in Spring
Prince Rupert,    B.C.���-F. Kelly, of
New York, who was with Vilhaljmur
Stefansson in the Arctic, sailed by the.
steamer Princess Mary from here, en
Ulsfturbed   s!ee��   usually
comes f tan soiae fens ef
m-.t*-\r-~%4it-t\Tm -
 -gy-mmmmmmmT
1VUIC      It-,*
���tr ..i T ���
JLT-\rXly
piulla     w_*
i'h''ie.;  cane.
lidate.
rl,
UU'    1.
' -portional
CH1LDREM NEED HELP
Spanking -doe*" a't cure1, led-wetlnig
��� the trouble is due to *.vealcnf*ts9
����� the inteni.il or_.".-ir.*?.    My successful
ion****, treattu-'-r.t w il he l'or.nd helpful.
Send no nion���*���_*��� h*.it write sue today for
fr���� trial tre.--.*..*'.*ut. My treatment ia
?.-���-.���.-)��� ly f**i.*-c'**"***.f*.:i fur a,'."..Is, troubled
vritli ur:,r.,*.ry .".iij.c*.*.'. .:e��.
MRS. M. SUMMERS, Box '''V, Windsor, Or..
! themselves out-voted,
time, they ceased to
representation. They were compelled to be content with criticising the
work of the council from outside, and
much of their criticism was justified,
for, as is often the case when thc
constitution of the council is onesided, the administration was not of
a high order. Tin?*-corporation, how
ever,   labored   under   difficulties.
1 powers of assessment and taxation
were limited. It inherited a considerable debt. Burdens imposed by.the
council continued to in crease. Eventually thc crash came. The corporation was bankrupt:. Tlie streets
were, for a time, neither repaired uor
sv.of't and the- street lights were, not
lit. As a result, there spratii". into existence .-'. vigorous Ratepayers' Association, in which many members of
ilu": hitherto unrepresented minority
look a prominent part. The rate-
piiye-rs challi-.ivj'ed thc action of the
1 ou:...il in striUinp- a rate-, in excess ot
tis  po\\ i.-rr-.     Finally, a new municipal
aivsu.r,
wintering in the north and to resume
his explorations in Coronation Bay.
On his last journey out from the
Arctic regions Kelly came by way of
Peace River and Edmonton.
li
The Fall is the most severe season
of   the  year   for   colds���one   dav     is,--.       ,,     _ .  .
warm, the next is wet and cold", and 1 Mmard a   Liniment
unless the mother is on her guard the where.
little ones arc seized- with colds that '
may hang on all winter. Baby's Own j
Tablets   arc   mother's   best   friend   in   the     top>     but   as      soon
the liver Vknth m e@nrs@ of
ianmi SsSb
for   sale    every-
preventmg or banishing colds, ihcy
act as it gentle laxative, keeping the
bowels and stomach free and sweet.
An occasional dose will prevent colds,
or ii it doe-s come on suddenly thc
jts [prompt use of thc Tablets will quickly relieve it. Thc Tablets are sold
by medicine dealers, or bv mail at 25
cents a box, from Thc iir. Williams'
Medicine  Co.,  Brockville,  Ont.
There is onc good feature about
breaking up housekeeping; it enables
people to get rid oi" their old furniture.
EC
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fl
Too Much Political Craft
Many say it can't bc prevented,
neither can warts or corns; but they
ean bc cured by Putnam's Corn Extractor; it cures corns and warts
without  pain   in   Iwenly-four     hours.
There is plenty of room at
the . top, but as soon as^a man
gets there he tries his best to occupy
it all.
One dose of
ders will clear thc stomach and bowels of worms, so that the child will
no more be troubled by their ravages.
The powders arc sweet to the taste,
and no child will object to taking
them. They arc non-injurious in
their composition, and while in some
cases thcy may cause vomiting, that
must not be taken as a sign that they
are nauseating, but as an indication
of their effective work.
Staid eTOTvbvt. la tessa,ZS~,
Proof
"So you think you have a forgiving?
nature r"
"I must have- I always go back to
the same dentist**
"Unless worms bc expelled from the
system, no child can _be healthy.
Mother Graves' Worm .exterminator
is the best medicine extant to de*stroy
worms.
llclcn: "Do you believe it is true
that all the world loves a lover?"
Tom: "No, not since I hail an interview with your  father."
I'se only Putnam':-*, 25c at all 1
leale
rs.
The Salaried'Man
!r
���~u
A Labor Saving
ombina tion
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th-.I  i��� ]���<��� -j 1;s th
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nd   ii   is   lhc   Iillh*
j'.v.ri-'f <-i'fe>ris  whie h
1 1 �����. ,    \   i ��1 1   /till   4 �� �����    ��� -.      ..A *
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Eddy's
I iw'uraW'pl "Fibre-, w aro
Wasivtubs and
f* f   11.       . j
VV'/iSl'lOOUIUS
f
"Where is the Dead Sea, Tommy?"
asked   thc   teacher.
"Don't know, ma'am," was the candid reply.
"Don't know where the Dead Sea
is?" There was a scorn hi teacher's
voice.
"No ma'am," came the reply. "1
didn't even know any of them was
sick."
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Bill   Introduced   to   Remove   Restric
tions as to  Age
T.omloti,   [''nglatul.���An     interesting
paragraph  in   the  August   number  of
the   International     Woman     Suffrage
News  stated   that  the   tcchuielic  Cov-
crunu-nt has introduced a liill into the
Althing   for   the,   .iiucnduicnt   of   the,
V...I..H.-P ii lu tuo.  in  :.iu.u .<. uay a.�����  to Kive.
eepial   politii.:al   r-ulTrau'e   for   elections
in  districts to all uun  ami  women  of
.'""  year**, while ...*) years is to hc the
'Ui.'ilii yiiif;'   ru_i-   for      electors   of   both
:-e.\es      iViv   ileeli.iiis      to   the   Upper
lloiu.e.     ll   is  eonsiile reel  certain  that
thi.;   uineiiehm.nt.   will   be   passed,      in
which   e;.'-r   ihr   elections   will     take
I'Liie   in   Un-   *-|i|J|ij.-      roue   \i.-,u,*>   pii^u
the*     III'
chhe-.l,
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,v ill   j >: Ijju vo
The   population  of   the
wealth of Australia is olficially given
as 5,030,000.
Do not Butfei
another day -wltb
Itching-Blaeit*
intr, or JProtnid*
lnu Pllos. No
stirirloal opor��
ation requlreel*
Dr. Chaao 0 Olntmesnt will rollovo you at onoa
and ecus oortftiuly euro you. tfOo. a box: aU
dcalorj, or Eelni-inGon, Be tea S. Co., LImit<*4.
Toronto. Sam pi o box freo If you montlon tbu
piiuoc a~s~i. ouolofia So. etunip to pay poatuco.
ONLY TABLETS MARKED
"BAYER"   ARE   ASPIRIN
,1 ii. lie
-uhje.et
:' .   *>'
weuiien   were   enfran-
to  ecitain  restrictions
lieh   lln-   aim luliucnl  bill
hi   AIlli
Not Aspirin at All without the "Bayer Cross1"
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���ikIiip I I.miiliii'lu. li'itriwliip n-njl f����r
Klieimiai.iHin, Lumbuuo, tSeiuiieu, jnuu-
.Ilriii, taku Ati[>iiiu uiurlual with Hu��
naiuo "Bayi-r" or you uro mot taklin-r
Aiijjhln ut all.
Accept only ������Bayer TaWctr. of
Aii*)hitt"   lu   au   unbroken   "Bayer"
p��<*Vnf_��p  wlileh confalnn fornpli-itfT -Jl-
r*��of.!ori��.     T1i��>��i   vi>ii   ssrst ��rot.f1iir��  r<*.a*J
AHpiriu���tiit-    ('cnuiiieo    Aupirni    wreo-
ncribuil hy phy.iIcL.ua fov o����i��   uhio-'
teen  ytAta.    Now- mutlo  In CanaeU.
Iliuidy tlu ho-fiii. contaliihig 12 tab-
lc.tr; CGii* xiiii & *ov -cuuUi.   I^iug({iMw��
aluo cell larger "Uuycr** |)acLa��ofi,
'X'lic-fo 1�� tmly ono Ai��plrin-^'*--*.ayor;>*---*irou Tomsk mtsy "tf aye*"
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nnniiructurn, to nailur. thn imiI.Uo uunlrmt Imltationw. tljo TaliUt* *,t Uay��r Cjiioiim]
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He !W*-*'-ri**��^���'_i"*j**wJ(Ji_ mr���������.muni, wnypy;-y--*f*ff  ^__J___k_rt__  ���������KBH5   t^kvtt:^  -ct7T:sto:>t,   b.  .Jrit-il  ������������������j-pr:*;.Mm  H^^*^**na"a"***rairB"  o-  roi"0|ito.���������-Immediate and effective  action to regulate clothing prices was  forecasted by Commissioner Murdoch  of the Commerce Board, at the conclusion of the board's investigation  into clothing prices here. Col. W. H.  Price, government counsel, had addressed the commissioner, calling attention to evidence which he said  warranted action on the part Ox t������c  board, and Commissioner Murdoch  replied:  "I am firmly convinced that something should be done to reduce thc  price of clothing, and so far as I am  concerned, as one member, I will  hope to sec something done promptly  and. effectively."  Commissioner Murdoch said he  concurred in Col. Price's declaration  ihat there had been too much pront  made by some of the clothing houses  whose affairs had been investigated.  "And I am further of thc opinion,"  he went on, "that there is more than  net profit involved, that there Js real  net profit  to some  extent hidden in  Prohibition is Norway  Saw  certain  otner. items reierreo  I  think  ccneral -way as overhead.  the people of the country demand,  and arc entitled to, a change in tbe  situation," -  Later  on  the  chairman  suggested:  "If the business houses generally  that havc been to some extent under  investigation will co-operate with the  board themselves, and at the same  time co-operate with the public and  in thc interest of their customers, wc  may go some reasonable distance  toward thc desired end of correcting  the existing situation at this time."  Col. Price, in summing up the  clothing situation as revealed in ihe  investigation here, referred to thc  big profits made by the manufacturers and dealers, and said, to Commissioner Murdoch:  "You will notice that the cost to  the consumer is, in nearly every case-*,  nearly 100 per cent, over what it cost  to produce the article."  Despite   This, A*res,ts  for   Intoxication Have Been Increasing  Christiania.���������War-time prohibition,  operating since December, 1916, and  forbidding the sale aud private importation of spirits and strong liquors*  has been made permanent.  Despite this prohibition, arrests for  intoxication, have been steadily increasing throughout the country, ana  in some places have been higher than  before the war-time prohibition was  put into effect.  Substitutes for liquor, especially  denatured alcohol, arc being used  everywhere. Illegal distillation also  is increasing, especially in thc rural  districts.  -It is feared that France, Spain and  I-** r\ f *r 11 *t *-> 1       *���������"-*"������������������_**������"������������������.    t-it %rs 4 j-������ Iii     4* *-x -i. ���������*���������*��������������� if ��������������� * *. .a*    hnnAr  ���������*���������-    V*   fc vi ^ VJ. * j     a_l VJJJ.       %������ __**V-_t-_.      ���������v*ij_/ V* ������*.t- * *������������������ ~~     X * -\ *-0.*tJ m  was imported, may retaliate with a  tariff on Norwegian products, such  as timber and fish, thereby ^injuring  especially thc Norwegian fish trade,  60 per cent, of which goes to Portugal.  PUT ZiftAWl EAf?  ���������%tit~-itjsr*.   v. ��������� ������������i   ������������������������*������������������������"*��������� mtrir**  wm rum Kmtir  You cSon-'i have to ?ub it in to  get quick, comforting  Relief  ot Shipping in  vessels tinder  shipping  inter-  Co-opcration    to    .be    Introduced    in  Control of Ocean Tonnage  Ottawa.���������Replying to a question by  J. E. Armstrong, Sir George Foster,  Minister of Trade and Commerce,  stated that thc .Dominion Government has called the Imperial Government's attention to injustices in  connection with the supervision by  the British. "Ministry  the employment of  charter by Canadian  ests.  In reply to another question, Sir  George staled that thc Canadian Government will co-operate with the.  Imperial Government and other overseas dominions in considering the  question of the supervision and control of ocean tonnage between the  different parts of the British dominions.  In reference to a report of a  British royal commission in favor of  government supervision in trans  Atlantic shipping, thc minister stated  that this report will probably form  the subject matter of consideration at  the next. Imperial conference.  .i___o  &J? \%M. & -UL*-W 3* J_������  For Sweeping Reform  National   Women's   Council   Present  Ottawa.���������A   further   statement     of  the difficulties facing the government  which   make  payment  of  $200,000,000  or more in  gratuities a difficult mat-  | if.r tor thc administration to face, was  Calgary.���������Resolutions     asking  that j P*'**-**"2'*1   pexorc  the  special   committee  second  offences   for bootlegging     bej������**  soldiers'  civil  re-establishment by  1-.-T,,.-,,-    S..*.xZ0,r.i.xi  XVXXXLXJT     UWMJVP.14J  Once you've tried it on that stiff  joint" sore muscle, sciatic pain, rheumatic twinge, lame back, you'll find  a warm, soothing relief you never  thought a liniment could produce.  Won't stain the skin; leaves no  muss, wastes no time in applying,  sure to give quick results. A large  bottle means economy. Your own  or any other druggist has it. Get  it today. 35c, 70c, $1.40. Made in  Canada.  California to Entertain King Albert  Santa Barbara, Calif.���������Wild boar  hunting on Santa Cruzc Island, seaplane flights, motor jaunts about the  city, a banquet and other features arc  on the program to bc tendered King  Albert and Queen Elizabct ohf Belgium and members of their suite upon arrival here.  ftUllvBI-MJltvi.'U       %J~li.-~x.^       Z.M.x.xx.-%dxi  Will  Investigate  Irrigation  in  West  Ottawa.���������The agriculture committee of thc commons recently gave  consideration to the question of irrigation in the dry areas of the prairie provinces. During the discussion  thc important announcement was  made by Professor J. A. Grisdale,"  Deputy Minister of Agriculture, that!  the Department of Agriculture, realizing thc importance of this matter,  is undertaking to can*3r on a thorough  enquiry into thc whole question,  which may lead to important results.  punishable by jail sentences, that  eq-ual parental rights be established  in the. province, that widows bc given  greater power under the Dower Act,  that a living wage be incorporated in  the Factories Act, that hotels * and  lodging houses be licensee! to bring  them under police regulation, and  that marriage licenses bc issued only  from courthouses by responsible  parties and that the lists be published  every day, were passed by the provincial executive of the National  Council of Women, which met here  recently.  White,   former   minister  "SYRUP OF FIGS"  nun "--p" lavflTiuc  vnibi/ w    uuuiuih  Look at tongue!  Remove poisons from little stomacfi,  liver and bowels  Italy Ratifies Peace Pacts  Rome.���������Kinsr Victor I-.mmani.cl has  ratified    thc  German    and    Austrian  treaties by decree.  The Giornaic d'Ttalia says that each  decree contains two articles, the first  authorizing the government to execute thc treaty fully and the second  setting forth that the documents he  presented to ftarliamcnt to be converted  into  law.  Third   Dose Relief!  Fifttf Dose!  ���������%K.  Xr* **-> *���������*-.  -**.  -I**.  ~*-\  oiuppeu  I li������-������*������ir������l^/x_^r.  u\a\ i nuua  Ph  m  BSE  Heady to term.  viiitB se-stisf ikSi'iig ���������$������?"''*������  Apprehension  That  Turkish   Throne  May Be In Danger  Paris.���������Konieh, an important railroad centre, i.s in the hands of the  Turkish Nationalist troops.  This city, which in the days of  Roman power was known as Iconium  and was the capital of the province  of Lyaconia, stands in a position  which virtually dominates South  Asia Minor, Its capture appears to  indicate that Mustapha Kemal is in  control of thc vast region stretching  from Konieh from the southwest to  Erzeitiin, thc principal city of Turkish Armenia, a distance of 425 miles.  It is said the fall of thc Turkish  cabinet was caused by thc capture  of Konieh, anel there seems to be  some apprehension in sonic quarters  that the Turkish throne may bc in  danger.  On thc other hand, French circles  point out that Djcnial Pasha, thc  newly appointed Turkish minister of  war, is a political ally of Mustapha  Kemal.  Great Britain brr-rm to withdraw  her troops from Armenia in August,  and it is probable this movement is  now far advanced. France has  forces in Syria, while Greece and  Italy havc small detachments at  various points along the coast of Asia  Minor.  None of these nations, however,  ���������".-���������"-p"*���������"!!'.'. to hnve nufficicnt forcer, to  conduct a campaign iu tl>* intcrioi  of the country. Great Brmun'a anay  In Mesopotamia nnd in Palestine, to  the -"ri-r and south, rccms to he toe  far away to menace thc npread of thc  Turkish nationalist movement, led  by Must-tpha Kemal.  iftvl  Sir  Thomas  of "finance,  Thc former minister of finance was  calling attention to the many heavy  expenditures, which the government  Avas called upon to face from the  forthcoming Victory Loan. Without  any new debts incurred, the major  portion of this loan would bc taken  up in bank debt and other obligations.  "'Canada's financial position," he  said, "while it should not be called  critical, is still serious because of  hves years war expenditure to call  for most careful administration.  "Thc policy of all the nations  which were belligerents will be toward retrenchment for the next few  years."  In regard to the forthcoming loan,  Sir Thomas said hc had no misgivings. It would probably be well oversubscribed, but he could see that,  from present indications, a further  loan would be necessary next year.  Canada had had to borrow money to  finance purchases by "Britain and her  allies in order that Canada's own  trade  might   not   suffer.  "I do not see hew it wonld be pos-  siuic for ihe government to raise any  such further sum as is suggested if  its credit is to bc maintained," said  Sir Thomas. The ex-minister expressed the view that should thc government decide to grant a large amount of additional aid to soldiers, the  money would mostly havc to be produced by  domestic  loans.  Accept "California'' Syrup of Figs  only���������look for the name California  on the package, then you are sure  your child is having the best and  most harmless laxative or physic for  the 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."  Diarrhoea does not need to persist  for any length of time until the whole  systcm is weakened and debilitated.  No other disease so quickly undermines the strength and brings about  a condition of prostration and very  often   total   collapse.  Dr. Fowler's Extract of Wild  Strawberry is not only prompt and  effectual in checking thc dianhoea,  but at thc same time acts as a stimulant, strengthens the heart and  braces up the whole system, and one  of its principal points is that it does  not leave the bowels in a constipated  condition.  Mr. VV. IT. Arnold, Fort Qu'Ap-  pclle, Saslc, writes: "A few years ago  while out threshing, I had a severe  attack of diarrhoea. Nothing I took  seemed to do me any good. I was  getting worse all the time. Hearing  that Dr. Fowler's Fxti-act of Wild  Stra<.vbc*rry was good for diarrhoea, I  went into town and procured a bottle. After the third dose I felt relief,  and after I had taken the fifth dose  thc diarrhoea had stopped. I always  keep it in tlie house, and wouhl not  be without it."  See that you get the. original "Dr.  Fowler's." It: has been on the market  for the past 74 ycars. Substitutes  may endanger your health. Price 35c.  Put up only by The T. iYliiburn Co.,  Limited,  Toronto,   Ont.  Ready  to  Ratify Pact  London.���������Great Britain's ratification of the iVae'c Treaty, the Foreign  Office-, -".ay,4, awaits only the King's  proclamation. All the dominions  have ratified the treaty, the Australian House on ,Se-ptvinbcr i.i ami tiie  Senate- on October 15.  Heavy Expenditures  Deputy Minister of Finance Submits  Figures to Committee on Soldiers'  Civil Re-establishment  Ottawa.���������A presentation of thc  government's obligations in regard to  the payment of perhaps $200,000,000  rc-cstablishment grant in addition to  thc burdens already to bc borne, was  given to the special committee on thc  soldiers' civil rc-cstablishment by T.  C. Bovillc, deputy minister of finance.  Since March 31, 1914, the public  net debt has increased 580 per cent.,  from $335,996,000 to an estimate for  1919-20 of $1,950,000,000. Pensions  arc estimated this year at $30,000,000;  land settlement, $25,000,000; and  soldiers' civil re-establishment, $10,-  000,000. Interest on the public debt  has risen from $12,09.*,000 in 19)3-14  to $102,702,000 this year.  War expenditures for 1919-29 were  estimated at $350,000,000 exclusive of  pensions, and this year's consolidated revenue receipts were estimated at  $244,000,000.  Bulgaria Seeks Time Extension  Paris.���������The supreme council will  meet to reply to the request of Bulgaria for an extension of ten days to  the time grauted.it for presentation  of its observations on the treaty handed to the Bulgarian commissioners  September 19.  Ex-Kaiser Moving  tie iornier .tcnimi  emperor will remove from Ameron-  gen about December 16, and take tip  his   residence  at  Doom.  "HSUBSt  e-i . ,    r.  ..  uamilviu   tux  li'ch  and  London.���������The Cork Development  AflBociution has received a cablefl-ram  from Ilcmy Fui������l a fatuity that be lu  conoidcrhifl- running u line of atcan.-  er������ to Ireland.  ron the  Kine* Albert Run;-. Train  Chicago.���������The King of the Belgians ran the engine of his own train  for ten miles. The special train on  which the Kinjj and bis party are  travelling westwanl was stopped at  Wauscon, Ohio, while Ilia Majesty  climbed into the cab of the engine  and took over thc throttle from the  grimy pilot. Thc King, who has a  thorough knowledge of locomotive  .engineering, ran the heavy train for  10 miles without a jolt, then he������ stopped the engine and returned to Iii.i  car.  A cool, clean shave for  1/g of a cent!  A cool, clean, satiny  shave for 1/5 of a cent  ���������think of it! At least  500 shaves are obtained from 12 AutoStrop  blades, and you often  Set rr.orc than that.  W. -O-UAUIW., UWIIIItt-^  ������w������fr������>������il Pr**4tI������*4M������  ersrr"  C"*������  IV.  V,  ������<������**-**  '^^^^0^  Trii-h Horn!* Riil-* l"t'll  London.���������Parliamentarian-", nay the  Iriiih bill will he the h'atinc of thc  new session of parliament, end the  cabinet Is now considering one drafted os: lines o! dominion home rule,  but  with  eut-ccstceJ.   altcr-j.tio.i',   th:*.:  f.i-r-i-   .-i-yutttxt    !*p.'*.y   nfnnj4!   fi'.'.T   ."il"    fM.-'.'.T  I counties    be all  hi eluded    mul h*ve| ;  f     P.  I mcir own ut e. it.1.11 y o������  suine. ie  Just a turn or two on  the strop and your  AutoStrop Razor is  ready. After shavinc.  you press a little lever,  put the blade under the  tap, wipe it off, and  It ia ready for thc next thnve.  t-r. 0...,   :    ..   .      V   .       .    1    ......  ...xx-      .    ���������     ....     *._V4_      P.4-.      ..... i-      P..P.  razor to piece.s nnd assemble  it nf-ni-n; rii.-ply leave the  blude where it in from start  tn   f*'*i'!i       fl-"--   ������^-p.-,.,.    _*.,-_-  LLJ     .,...-1., JL...0     ...xxj.i..    i-������.l,C  r'lvrfl In tin* tnATniorv r,,.|,.. -  itnd a r.i-'cr blade tlmf'fi -..<_<>."  for  about  nix   wccki'  clean,  cool shave*.  -u.-l  - ��������� Strop  - -  J 2 l>Ui(it-:<  ���������������*>  Jt.  P-��������� rtp-l.faSi  ;b^TjO^  qrs<*r~  W425R  A*UtOx':'iliftOP tiM.-i3.TV *KA20l< CO.. Umlipwel  Aut(t������*U������p UulWlng, Toronto, C--J.j������pd^ *     i  '*^>^W~f**H iit**,l  ���������flttMJ������^  i ���������Min-.*.'-*, w������iww"we***i*mqwmmipn!mi44m^^���������mm\���������m]^m1m���������'^���������}���������   ���������.. , _?���������*<������������������������������������*���������**-������������������-���������������������������������������������������������������%  \k^~\m\\\~-r^ "'     1"'"~"'         "   '" L"^  '    ""'     '  ���������"    '*'  -:..-.-.-^-  txumwdi  IF************"  <<4_������-������i������������.iW.,.,i>,,������il������i_l|4|,������aiiwiMlir)itt^ 3iaa������6Karaflusi������_-  ^fcMa__LAj(UBMI(*'t'tifl  w-'-fflip-.-W  THE  C&ESTf^  .un  BEVIEW  For Sale���������Set single buggy harness  und cart.    Mawson Bros.  ill  I ain_sti!l agent for the famous  LAsTKIT'S Nursery Stock, grown  e>n high land, without irrigation,  and during November I will endeavor to call on every rancher in  the district, and will be pleased to  book your orders feir Spring delivery of Apple, Pear. Plum. Peach,  e>r Cherry trees. Small Fruits, Ornamental, Shade and Nut trees,  Roses, etc., etc. Hold your orders  till 1 call. VV. K. BttOWK.  Local and Personal  Pigs For Sale���������8 weeks old, eight  of them. $7 each. E. N. Holmes,  Creston.  Girl Wanted���������To assist with  housework. Apply Mrs. F. Putnasn,  jiiiHiKSon.  For Sale���������Empire cream separator,  cost $100. will sell for $50. Enquire  Revikw Office.  For Sale���������Heifer calf six months  old, three-quarter Jersey. W. V.  Jackson, Creston.  Pressmaxing���������First-class work and  moderate charges. Mrs. Pettigrew,  Mead ranch. Oreston,-  "_PTTTC������fT������.  J.J.1XV ~u~  ooo vain  Beoeodaiiig Brands  -d        ._-���������       ~-  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. We specially emphasize our lines of  T 1* ������ Tt/T' > 1  i^aaies ? M isses ana  Children's in the well-  known Watson Brand  of high grade underwear.  horse,  good  worker, moderate  price.  D. C. MacKenzie, Creston.  Mrs. Cherrington was & visitor with  Nelsenn friends a few days the latter  part of the week, returning on Sunday.  For Sale���������Grade cow and heifer,  feather bed, typewriter, boy's bicycle,  carpenter's tools. Mrs. W. B. Forward, Creston.  Dressmaling���������After Nov. 3rd I am  prepared to do dressrnakidg by the  day in your own home. Miss Vernon.  Creston. over Peekin Theatre.  CHILDREN'S  which we   think  von.  rx.fr  SJL  onv/yviu*_;  SLEEPERS  will interest  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.  J. H. Walkley, the Cranbrook butcher, was here the fore part of the  week on h's annual scouting tour for  a couple of cars of beef cattle.  E. Repsomer is making good progress on the new residence he is building on the old English Church site,  adjoining the Barton property.  The Valley hens have not as "et-  started their fall campaign at egg iay-  inc. and in coosenuenee the very limited supply of fresh hen fruit is retailing at 75 cents a dozen.  The influx of Alberta citizens to secure winter employment in the Valley is the largest ever. Quite a few of  them are bringing teams with them  and wiii take logging contracts.  Christ Church harvest thanksgiving  seryiees are scheduled for Sunday  morning and evening, with appropriate music and addresses. There will  be a celebration of Holy Communion  after morning service.  Creston is considerably alive with  visiting insurance agents this week,  all of whom appear to be doing some  business. The Great West. Life man  has written up about $20,000 of business during a ten-day stay.  Mrs. F. H." Jackson and Mrs. Lyne  left on Monday for Nakusp, where  they are attending the annual Kootenay Women's Institute convention in  that town. They will make a bid for  the 1020 convention ten be held here.  The attraction from Friday evening  next is the Methodist Ladies' Aid hallo we'en   party, to   be  held in  Speei-9*  An Old Friend to the  Front Again!  Em  bIUui  \ \   <��������� *   ' ' n ���������   < ill / ��������� i-t n e j- ���������  ���������    -   '      '    ' -.I....  ^    ���������  ()Zi s  -   $5.50  0 W 5  [���������nil   :-.t->. i<   o!   ()������>'ilvi<* .->    Bn.ikl.isl  "- .    P. J I .11.-  r   . r-i *   v   ' %  j ji . i: i,     . /iiui i. *->,     v v   i I*.'til  I>������'li*|i"v\    (    liO!*,    (\< .  1*+%.     ...      ..I  H  * im* m 4* m-m *~s **���������* Kef**  -ML.m.mr-.mmm.ml.-.  tf%  ...-���������;., t i  P.,'nil  i't.. IJ  Hall. There will be games of various  sorte along. with a programme, and  refreshments. Adults 35c, children  15c.    All are iuvited.  Citizens generally are hoping for an  exceptionally short .and mild winter.  Local vendors have shot the price of  wood up to 16 for the regulation two  ricks, while from present appearances  very little coal will be available at  Creston this season.  . John Ayis of Perry Siding was af;  Valley visitor a couple of days last  week, and so taken with things here  that elsewhere in this issue will be  found his advt.offering to exchange a  320 acre stock ranch for Creston Valley property.  Oreston station is now staffed by  three men, Henry Chester arriving on  Friday to assist agent Bundy and baggageman S. Hendren. who have had  considerably more business to look  after than could be expeditiously taken care of in an 8-hour day.  Arrangements are now complete for  the canvass of the Valley in connection with the Victory Loan, whieh  starts on Monday and cleises Nov. 15.  The Valley's quota is set at $50,000,  but those in charge are confident that  at least $60,000 will be subscribed.  Although peace came within a  month of the annual meeting of the  Red Cross Society in 1918, the treasur  ar's report shows that the financial intake for last year was the second largest in the society's history���������almost  $880 being raised in the fiscal year.  Members are reminded that the November meeting of the Women's Institute is on Saturday afternoon, Noy.  1st..   The feature will  be the  reports  r.V-      V-1717        r������r4v.P70Ppt-rr.n rl rx I __���������w.p <��������� __r. .-. ll. * ii. .  7F0        tlttxr P-.P.PP   y XrlUllXJ.t UCICgtitCI?, V������U1IC  committees will also be named to handle Armistice Day whist and dance.  The Creston detachment of the  Mounted Police went on duty here  this week. The corps is made up of  Constables Engle and Carr, with the  former in command. For the present  they are quartered in apartments attached to the Foreman music store.  *_/. *u. itodgers got oacK tne latter  part of the week from a ho-se-bnying  trip in Southern Alberta, and on Monday a ear of eighteen head were unloaded at the stables here. They are  the finest lot the company has so readily picked up, and had quite a crowd  of admirers during unloading proceedings.  Cranbrook Cleaners and Dyer.***,  Cranbrook, B.C., for French dry-  cleaning, dyeing, pressing, repairing  and alterations on all garments worn  by man, woman or child. New clothes  are expensive. Send your worn garments to us by parcel post. We will  make them look like new. Pre-war  prices.-  Dr. Henderson and S. G. Foreman  were business visitors at Nelson the  latter part of the week. The Victory  Loan is expected to go away oyer the  quota set for that city, the report being current that there is at lenst a  million dollars in the Nelson banks  that should be available for Victory  Bonds.  No Sugar Famine���������No occasion to  complain of the sugar shortage when  you can buy honey at30 cents a pound  provided you bring yourown cans and  take ten pounds of it. Think of two  pounds of honey for the price of one  pound of butter. Order early and  ayoid disappointment. John Blinco,  Creston.  The westbound train was six hours  late on Wednesday, due to snow on  he prairie and the wait at the Hat  for main line connection. A very  heavy gale raged here all day and until Thursday a.m., furnishing the first  sample of real winter weather. The  government thermometer showed  eight degrees of frost Thursday.  The local sugar famine was partially  relieved last week. John BHneo's an  nonncenient that honey made an excellent substitute resulted in the sale  of almost 600 pounds- of the well-  known Blinco honey between Friday  noon and Saturday evening, and  people are still coming to secure n,  supply. Review advts. certainly get  results.  The Hatfield barber shop changed  hands on Thursday last, the new owner being J. P. Peairs, who arrived  here some time ago from Bow Island,  Alta., and i_as hee-u in charge of the  poolroom the past couple of months.  He expects a barber from Lethbridge  to take charge of that end of the business, and the whole shop will be conducted on up-to-date lines.  The feature of the Neivember meeting of Christ Church Ladies' Guild,  which was held on Thursday last at  Mrs. Crosthwaits. was the presentation of a leather handbag to Mrs. M  Young, who leaves in a few day^ on  an extended visit to England. The  presentation was mude by the president, Mrs. Ebbutt. and was suitably  .acknowledged by the recipient.  J. K.  TEACHER OF VIOLIN ~-  VtOLONCEULO  . Terms on application.  Highest class tuition guaranteed.  If, due to the sugar short-  ^ne or for anv other reason,  "'���������"���������'O      J**-"*--- J ^ 7  the family larder is not as  well stocked as you would  like to see it with preserved  or canned fruits, we would  suggest that you make good  any shortage by putting in a  supply of jam���������and do it now.  You will be needing it.before the winter is over, and  advices are that the supply Ls  going to be limited. Which,  in turn, means that present  favorable prices are not at all  likely to prevail even a few  weeks hence.  LOST  Light red cow, just freshened, about  8 years old, had bell on when last seen,  should have calf with her. Reward  for information leading Us her recovery.    F. PENSON, Wynndel.  FOR EXCHANGE  120 acres, good cattle ranch, with  stock, will exchange for improved land  around Creston. Applv JOHN AVIS,  Perry Siding. B.C.  FOR SALE  160 acres, 55 under cultivation, all  arable, fenced and cross-fenced, buildings on place, 2.*. miles from Pincher  Creek station. $S*.5 per acre, would exchange for land in .Creston Valley  partly improved with buildings, or  would rent. St������>ck and implements  can be bought with place. ANSON  SMITH. Pincher Station. Alta.  We have it in 4-pound tins  in the following flavors:  Strawberry  Raspberry  .*. ~*  T-*. i  reacn  f\ -V-*.    _���������J-    m     -mm    ~S.   4m.  ~y\.pdi-rUi,  ~r*-L.~x   ���������"-wildly  Red Plum  Red Currant  Strawberry and Aoole  */       ^      ** *���������*  Raspberry and Apple  We "handle the well-known  K.-C. Brand, which certainly  has no superior.  Better  Service  BROTHER  Lower  Prices  We   are  distributors for the  Hassler  Shock Absorber  Put   on   for  ty'2i~r  and  guaranteed   to   .satisfy  and   not  to break���������or  money refunded.  If you want a car to work  for you, buy a Void.  ii you want lo work (,o Keep  up m car, buy soim.t.liing  else.  Men, Women, Boys and Girls  for apple picking and packing.  Apply at once to���������  ��������� ������ 0%  fi  rysiurowers union  LIMITED  CfQSt!!!! ftntft J?.**.  R.S.Bcnn     COMi'AHY  UKtSiON &EKVIGE OARAGE  ERVIOE  Manner  Tmr~--0X Mr~TJj~   ,m__l    Mjr^tx KSmmi  & JP 9% m vttyM k^.  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