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 JLl/lH  mqggpdm^jjjp,     ir^gg  K. Ji w  Vol. XI,  CRESTON, B. C, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1919  No. 36  WTZ.Z lVT^.*. *--'--%*?  will Wet m9L--,o  Th.e October meeting of Creston  Women's Institute was featured by  a timely adbress by Dr. Henderson  on the oare of infants between the  ages of two and ten years. The  address was brief but thorough and  practical and was thoroughly appreciated by tlie fairly large turnout of members. The session was  curtailed due to the fact that the  hall was required for the Presbyterian li-idies' Aid si.pp,  complete report on the fair  dining hail aud banquet effort was  not submitted. From the returns  in the treasurer's hands, however,  it is quite safe to predict that at  least $125 will be clear profit on  the undertaking. Mrs. Hamilton  the librarian submitted a report  showing 185 books on the library  shelves, and   it  was  decided   that  OrllU      a.  Ar.~.  p-._p.jr  members should answer roii call  fit the November meeting and give  the name and author of a book  they would like to see added to the-  collection at the library. Special  attention is drawn to the date of  the November meeting which is to  be held on Saturday afternoon,  November 1st. This is arranged  so that ample time will elapse between the meeting and the W.I.  whist and dance on the litis for  committees that will be named at  thf* next session to do the work required to successfully stage the entertainment. The de-gates''who go  to the ..convention at Nakusp next  week will report on the gathering  at the November meeting. A report on the drive Capts. Downs and  Hamilton and their assistants are  making for new members will ap  pear next week.  scholars, as a census of scholars available taken .*it the Thursday night  meet!no- showed at least 24 of ihe&i  already in camp, a dozen of which are  at present attending the ��������� Huscroft  school.  The opening up of the new bunk-  honse has necessitated more equipment  at the cookhouse, and Chef Eagle is  now proyided with two 7-fe3ot ranges  whereon to manufacture the culinary  supplies. Mr. Eagle left this week on  a short holiday at Vancouver, and in  his absence H. Mansfield is mixing the  mulligan.  E. Kenyon, storekeeper, is another  temporary absentee. He is visiting  Nelson friends for a few days. Truck  driver, J. Bishop, had a few d-iys leave  last week to see the sights at Oran  brook fair.  Another camp is due to be opened  this month. It will be on section 7,  and there will be accommodation at it  for 25 mens The ns:..-.! line of eleai-iug  oper-fei','_ .������ will be carried on, and the  camp will be equipped similar to the  headquarters layout here.  Hon. E. D. Barrow, Minister of agriculture, and Hon. J. H. King, minister  of works, were visitors here on Monday of last week.    Both were extreme  the development  Since Organizing  Collected $4000  Creston Valley Red Cross Society  was favored with rather a small  turnout for the annual meeting or  Tuesday afternoon, at which the  President, Mrs. McMurtrie presided.  Reports covering the year just clos  ed were submitted aud adopted, as  well as a statement dealing with  the work of the organization since  its inception in the fall of 1914, all  of   which   will  appear next week.  ved in the dining room    The \ C%g-m-f%\%Air- CLae������*S^**  __..'..���������, ���������     ! \^mdd~.-~t~-9mx~m     my^rr^t^fammiBa  GGujjje  -...en iook tne tram}   ' __.    was served  happy  for  Renfrew, -Bganville and west-  eren points and on their return will  reside    in    Perth.    Their    many  friends join in wishing them a long  and happy life together. '  .-.\  t***!.*'  *vsr:*i-   xUr      .-     .       . _ >r~*      r*mr r.rx9\+1 f\-*.     . --      -__.- -.- ���������.  T<.    Ifjii        *1,_LS"0       <4L/j^\-*x~^jtVM.'*-0X,~      -/-*.     OV/l*������t  'rvS       Q .���������*""*_.���������"������������������  p~1  aii the materials the society-, had on  hand have been sold, and the ladies  will be pleased to part company  with the slock of wool on hand to  desiring   any  of  EHckson  oara or 1 rade  _������_.\.44__     pf llrfij  that has been accomplished in so short  a time. Mr, Barrow put in the whole  day here, and afUr a thorough inspection went away more than satisfied  that Lister will prove the best -.11  round soldier settlement area in all B.C  Smfmt-fatx f._-nAH  _*>a*r������_,<*ara������ mm mmm* a  memberships do not expire uutil  next march, and it was decided to  keep the society in existai.ee until  that time, Mrs. Mallandaine being  prevailed upon to act as president  ou   Mrs. McMurtrie  declining fur-  .f        __       1 4,      .'��������� ..  __ TLAT   vSiSr   -JOaor   OI   unfe   wort/, a,nu    j.u.rs.  Cherrington was likewise persuad  ed   to  continue  as   secretary-treasurer.    During its four and a half  years labor the society gathered in  almost |4000.  ]'V  LS&tet*  Lister public school district was regularly organized at a ratepayers  meeting on Thursday night, at which  the following trustees were elected:  J. McGee. D. Chalmers and I<*. E. Bag-  show. The se:hool site of two acres  has alreudy been slashed and burned'  and will be stumped in a few days  following which the carpenters will  get biif-y on the schoolhouse, lumber being already on the ground.  i'be new bunkhotiae. which provides  accommodation for another 30 men,  is completed, and already almost wn  eitigh men haye come in to fill up the  increased house and sleeping room.  Today there are 105 men in camp. CO  of whom are married men, and inanv  of them with their wives here witl?  them.  Thursday last was payday, and the  camp was favored with a business call  from bun!; managers Allan ami Bennett of Oreston, both of whom had  quite a busy day of it taking deposits.  The September pay was in the neighborhood of ,$8000.  Mi-is. Vj. ... "vict-'.iee of Cranbrook is  a Lister vis "tor'at present, the j-iiest of  Mrs. S. Coop, who had her visitor enjoying the HightH of Cretiton on Friday.  ���������lust now the crew of cm-pen tors are  at work on a number of permanent  houses. These are five and nix room  structures Mult, are hei't.. "*���������.*..!., .;: ������������������..��������� _v>  be: readily move-able to their -permanent locations an soon as these latter  are iciely  to "he  taken   po."..e*"i'.|nn of.  I*iii'hji������;������  ������':"���������    ...    -'.;'....,,.-     _���������*..,...y  on another Hixty-am- tract.  ��������� ���������-.. Lister now has telephone connee.t-  ion with all Valley points, the* phone  to the store- now being in operation.  Ac iieiiiiuis another innl iiiroetil ih available- it will lie- iiuitnllt-il in the- eitflce  hcre.  :..       : ��������� i    p. tn   <i'.i    i.xk    km'  Scot, Price was a business visitor at  Spokane a few days last week. His  sister, who has been his guest for the  past few we^k**s,is returning to tihff.i  city.m &i^vi-.dsiiys. .���������'i***^-^-.--.-.-"''- a.-^"-"*'^..  Geo. Young had the district mining  engineer, Mr. 'Langley of Revelstoke,  in here last week, looking over some  of the claims Mr. Young bas been developing in this section.  It is likely that .Jm] Fulmer. the  Cranbrook. Sash & Door Co. blacksmith, will move his familv from  Creston to reside here, at least for the  winter.  Miss Rutledge, teacher, spent the  week-end with friends at Nelson.  The school now has an attendance of  22 pupils. There is talk of bvying a  piano for it, which would come handy  for entertainments as well at*, school  work.  Kitchener would ntt appear to be  very long on religion these times.  Elder Boadway made the trip here for  service a couple of Sundays ago and  had no turnout at all.  Mrs. Shiev, who-has been with her  sister, Mrs. Shotton, at the Paulson  meadows for a few weeks, left for her  home in Saskatchewan last week.  Mr. and Mrs. Angus Cameron, who  haye been residents here since early in  the spring, moyed to Creston on Wednesday last, where he has secured a  position with P. Belanger.  Eric Hanson is a visitor at Nelson  this week. After a couple .-of months  holidays Billy Johnson is again back  in charge of his section crew, which  was in charge of Mr. Hanson during  liis vacation.  Contractor Hunt has nine men at  work on his new rord building at Goat  R-ivc;* C-i ..n.-iiujj- and ii tho prevailing  fine weather continuce-i will likely complete the work this-month.  Land clearing operations are proi-  mentin Wynndel activities this month  At the Ringheim ranch these are go-  in.** n.*"* "��������� ~* isiderable scale, .San; Moon  is busy oh! fottpaeigjs retfently purchased from Major, ^Mallandaine, and Joe  Wigen is also getting a little more  land ready for berry planting.  P. Andestad left the early part of  the week on a trip to Letn bridge and  other Alberta points.  John and Harry Bathie along with  some Creston hunters are spending  the week in the hills back of Canyon in quest of deer.  Douglas and Miss Butterfield were  visitiors with Nelson friends the latter  part of the week.  Apparently there is small  demand  Mrs. M R. and Miss Jeanne Palmer  were week-end visitors with friends  in Spokane.  R. Lamont had a Nelson surveyor  with his staff here the fore part of the  month subdividing his quite extensive  holdings hsrc "nto five acre tracts.  He looks for a healthy demand for  land next spring.  The A. Lode ranch of ten acres is  reported sold under the soldier loan  scheme to ;5ohn Adrew, who gets  possession this fall. W. V. Jackson  has had the place leased the last two  years.       >������;*.  Fenson & Wiiison, the local contractors, are having a busy time finishing  up their house building contracts  while the. weather is right. Last week  they started on the new home Jas.,  Adlard is building in Creston.  .Erickson ranchers are expecting  their allotment of flats hay in by carloads this week from Duck Creek.  Tbe Stockbreeders' Association is selling it at.$18 a ton f.o.b. here, baled.  During his trip to Cranbrook fair  early in the month W. V. Jackson secured a prize winning bird for his flock  of Rose comb Rhode Isiaud Reds.  The cockerel was the red ticket bird  in his class and also the best male at  the show- in competition with all  breeds. The bird*, was -shown by a  Fernie fancier and is certainly a dandy.  All doubt as to the department's intention to proceed with the erection  of the new high level bridge disappears with,, the call for tenders for the  erection of the two concrete piers.  Tenders are tes be ir. by Monday, and  the work must be finished by the end  of Noyember.  J. G. Hodge, who came in here from  Macleod early in the spring, taking a  for coke these days.    The C.P.R. has | lease of the John Huscroft ranch, has  its siding here pretty well filled with  left these   parts, and   has   moved to  empty coke cars, and there are also a somewhere in Idaho  lot of them on the sidings at Creston  anil Sirdar.  John Huscroft has had a crew busy  at his camp here baling hay for the  Stockbreeders' Association, Which is  being shippeb to Erickson and Canyon.  Major Mallandaine of Creston was  a visitor here one day last week at the  Uri ranch, where he was laving out  the plans for the overhead irrigation  system that is likely to bo installed on  the Uri place this fall.   ���������  -fBestiatr^r Lataa tQtt~-  \ .   tin. vvt  .) ttiir   i...  ���������*-'Jt   v"*  ..���������.....,-J,     IJJ^Illr   .1/  organize for the 10(0 Vietory Loan  drive in the Creston Valley, a committee of three was u.aiuil, with pow-  , V   V ....  ..   ..,..,.,..       . ...   p. 4 in.iwji_i.ri.: I;, j..l'. Jlcll-  dersein, S. A. Speers and C. V. Ilaye-.s,  tho former lining eiiairman and the  latter 'u..-rctiiry. The coiiiiniti-e- in  meet ing today to appoint canvai'si^-H  and arrange the* other details of the  ciTwrt. Tin* Valley's quota has not  In ������ii jixi ii jm yet, but jl. in liable- lei he  #50.000. Laiet ye-ar _*M8,(MK. of the 101H  I'.i.iu ii-n'.'i taLi'U up loially.  *Vr&&i0M GxSH W&sti������  Tlie Perth (Out.) Expositor of  Sept. 24th, contained tho following  mention of the marriage of Miss  Olive Gilpin, until lately a resident  of Creston :  A very quiet wedding took place  in P-arth on September I7th at tho  homo of Mrs. Gilpin, Goro street  woat, when her daughter, Miss Olive  wan united in marriage to Mr. J. A.  Bridge of Egar.villo. The certs-  mo :iy "'ar; pc������*fwi*'iiul by tlio llov.  D. Clayton before only tho immediate relatives.    The couple wore nn-  itt'ender. The b.-w*n 1.>r-.1-rw* ���������."*.*������������������  ohnrtiiin/j" and was dres-ind in georgette over white satin and carried  a lioq.e-t of white aster... At live  p.m. the bi-ido enloretl the drawing  I'o.'.m on the arm of her c.on.'uii, Mr-  Th.'.uan liotou ..of MroiiiiiiuiMl  Centre, who gave her away. Aft.-i  the*  eeremony   a  dainty    huioheou  The Huscroft school is crowded to  capacity these days. About a dozen  of the children from Lister are attending there, and de:>U room i.s -.c.i.-ce;  W. C Cleave has commenced work  on the erection of the new frame house  on the land purchased by Geo. Strong  last spring.  An assorted crowd of Duck Creek  and Creston hunters aro in the hills  here this week. Very little venison  lms been taken so far, but it is a wonder some bears are not shot, as these  animals are reported unusually numerous this summer and fall.  The meeting of the Creston board of  trade on Tuesday night, attracted an  attendance of seventeen members,  with presidedt Constable presiding,  The membership was brought up to  a total of 42 by the election of Col.  Lister full board membership.  The session was largely taken up  with business <of winding up affairs  connected with the visit of tbe Nelson  business men here on fair day. The  banquet committee's report was accepted and an order made that the expense-  therewith be met by a pro rata levy on  the board members, with C. B. Garland selected as financial agent.  Warm appreciation was expressed of  tbe good work of the Women's Institute not only for seaying such an excellent banquet spread, but also for  their timely woik in serving meals on  fair day and and on Sunday. Without this extra eating accommodation  it was pointed ont that tnar,y of the  visitors would have had trouble in  getting meals. The secretary will convey the board's thanks to the W.I. bv  foriimi letter.  The board's fall fair committee was  similarly remembered for their successful effort in staging the Fruit and vegetable exhibit at the Cranbrook fair.  The prize winnings at Cranbrook  along with the sale of the plate exhibits is expected to net -the board's  treasury almost $.00.  Chairman Constable of the Reclamation committee ^-eported fully on the  investigation federal drainage expert  Drake and his assistant, Mr. Burley  made of Kootenay flats both in B.C.  and Idaho on Sept. 15th" and 16th.  Both were impressed with the wonderful possibilities of the area were it  brought under cultivating, and Mr.  Drake had --definitely assured that  were the lands turned over, to the Dominion under the Soldier Settlement  Act Ottawa would undertake to determine feasibility of project, and proceed with drainage were i-eelamat-ion  found possible. Mr. Drake also intimated that steps had already been taken  to have Washington appoint a  committee of drainage engineers to  work in conjunction with a, like  engineers' commission from Canada to  search out and set in order the information thai had already been obtained  in connection with reclamation so as  to bc able to make a definite start on  the work yet remaining to be done if  Ottawa is empowered to proceed with  the work. On features of the project  in which the Dominion government is  concerned something definite should  be reported nt next meetiug.  T|le  irrigation committee advised  that the Arrow Creek survey report is  still unfinished. It see~ins that, a few  days work r..c necei*_p*>;ti> on the outside work and after that a month will  be required to complete the office  work. At present all this is being allowed to stand. Tho board will write  water rights con-ptroSlei Cleveland  urging that the matter be finished up  at once and a report thereon supplied  at the very earliest possible date.  Business Accounts  The complete bunking facilities provided by  thi:; b,;..k pji>iuI.-los u*s io give business  accounts tbe e.ire mid attention they  deserve.  I.   rP .p.p. ,     \ ��������� ���������    ���������  .-   Ill  J4Jt. I  .1  ...Ml  PIT     111  itiiei  iiii*  .set-vices rendered by  this bank of tbe greatest assistanee in  conducting their business.  IAL BANK  of Canada  tiKbpSKiH Branch   :    :    C. W. ALLAN, Mer.  Ji  HBfifatgp^^   _..... __._ ,mmmmmmimm.m������M<lmt������Mm--tlH-IWIIMitl^MMl*---^ ���������������������������"1' ****"'"*"*',"''^_?^.^l*'*.'^*i?'_"!^'?!!!!'''''..T_.y_.T?i_lT.^^^  -tt'-Wiifif l-^eW BtWtjtef!*!*  ���������rtlWllWtle-W*-^^ ''' "'""'I Vmm.  ^\m-mHii'^itii������ f ���������*������������������ ������������������"*"���������������������������" 'iJ-i'���������' *""��������� ��������� w""i-"ti-t ���������^  _-.-^-.m|-|^lWI^>'*W1''' TWJ1-..UI....I.III    x ._.-. .xii..A.^ix^kii?l53ifot&&A.-__E_p_!Jimitkftflf j-WJjfTmrfifirKilf-i ^HE    BETIEW.     CBESTON,    BL    Hr  W*  =3  Men, Men!  Try It Tonight-  Feel Fine Tomorrow  ������"'"���������--���������'���������_  Simple Way to Get  Put Right On Your  Feet  ..-������_.--.   ������J    <T<.-.    T*>_������  jrcpj       _.. p^   --.p.  When a man  has lost ambition  to  "dig in" and stay at things���������when he  complains of headache, fullness in lhc  right side, pains in the shoulder blade  ���������it's pnrclv a  case  of  "Liver."  .. - ��������� ���������__       "i*  1 iicse  symptoms     invariaii'y     "y--*-  catc a clogged, inactive liver. The  hodv can't" get rid of ils wastes, and  the. whole system is halt paralyzed.  Dr. Hamilton's Pills stiimilat*. lhc  liver into activity in one night, .'cing  a mild vegetable laxative, they produce results in a few hou**s. Tlie  bilious headache and constipation arc  cured, spirits rise, complexion clears,  animation returns. Nothing in the  calendar  so   efficient__ for   that   tired.  Pill  ���������an insignificant little shoe clerk,  thc limit of whose importance iu thc  social scheme of things was to unlace, and remove muddy shoes from  feet not always tidy, and to smile into the faces of thc proletariat.  For the first time in his life he was  seized with a loathing of his occupation, Darthea was right; Miss  Challand was right; Ruth was right.  It was a rotten, humiliating job! He  wondered that he had never seen it  in this way before. It did not occur  to him that lie had not done so because he had always rcg.iided the  business in its larger light���������as a great  commercial affair of which hc. was a  humble but necessary unit. A private soldier, an orderly, cleaning thc  hoots of his superior on active service, does not think of himself as a  valet; he thinks of himself as a soldier. In currying a horse, hc does J  not think of himself as a groom;  he  ���������wort-Lag or playing, rs the ease y*vtj  be, when you sustain a skin iujurj1",  bo long a3 you apply Zam-Buk at  once. This herbal balm "will-stop the  bleeding, end the pain, destroy all  genua, prevent ..looel-poisoniiig and  heal quickly.  Zam-Buk should be iu every homo,  especially -where there are children.  Children who have once had Zam-Buk  applied "-vill cry for it again. They  never forget a remedy that ends their  pain. Get a "box to-elay and keep it  handy. Zam-Buk will keep indefinite*  ly without losing any of ita strength  or purity. Aa a household halm,  therefore, it is most economical.  Equally good for cuts, bui-ns,  scalds, bruises, sores, rashes and  ���������eczema.   All dealers 50c. box.  plained his surly, inhospitable conduct. Ruggles reflected that Lorenz  had   feit   that   he   hael   served   him   a  r'ir.v   tr.rlc   niirl  wns  nn   tl.  de  lon-sive.  lazy  feeling  as  Dr.  Hamilton's     Very mild, don't interfere with work, I thinks ot himself as a soldier, and his  invariably do lots ot good.  box,  all   dealers.  Trv  -OC  ���������a i ai-sitfii*  JeLJL&JS.&.  - <3  -m.J~--.~xJ  _���������-������. -r������./**pj  rxcj       OU      3T  ��������� BY   ���������  NRY G. ROW1AND  Copyrighted. Printed by special  arrangement with  Thos.  Allen,  Toronto.  self-respect is not impaired. Rugglcs  had thought of himself as a soldier,  a private in thc invading army of  American trade. He was not'the servant  of the public  to  whom  he  sold ] tncn  v-cnt  n,ac*c  lo  his  room   and  to  "_���������*���������������.  ".p-OliuliuCQ.;  shoes; he was not thc servant of the  great industrial organization which  was destined to carry its country's  nag io where East becomes West and  West East. Hc was nobody's servant. He was an. enlisted man in the  great army of American commerce,  and as such entitled to his chevrons.  It never entered Ruggles's head to  go to Ruth in his distress. Neither  did he seriously consider an appeal  to  Mr.  Downing.    A private   soldier  bed. He would work uo longer for  any- greedy, soulless, treacherous  combination of liars which could ������o  treat a man! Hc determined to throw  up his job the following day, draw  the three thousand and odd francs  which represented the savings of  many ycars and which was deposited  in a,.Frcnch bank, then take thc first  steamer for New York, where he  would hunt up  some work of an  cn-  For Rugglcs was naturally convinced that Lorenz had taken advantage  of his early confidence to go to work  deliberately    to    get    his    promotion  away from him.    Lorenz would probably never havc thought of trying for  the     managership     of     the     Vienna  branch had he not learned from Rugglcs of thc ready response to his application.      Thereafter,    Lorenz    had  been   working   quietly   for  his      own  preferment,   advancing   his   claims   of  capacity  as  a native  ot  Vienna  and  a  man  thoroughly   acquainted     from  previous  experience    "with   thc   retail  shoe  trade  of   that     city.       Ruggles  thought   of   Lorenz's   recent   absence.  Without doubt hc had gone  to  London   to   advance      his   application   in  person   to  thc  general  manager,  who  had   his   headquarters   there,   for   the  Walkeasy  Shoe  Company  had  stores  in   most   of  the   le.r.eling   cities   of   the  JJriii-.lt   isles.  ill   siine  oi  ins   yu.i.n  Hut   th  RyggU-j**.*  company  it   which   *'.  soul   W.'IS  should   no'.  ��������� ii'.e notice that  being eon11..*-ted  not   p:..yi..e!   fair  fee!  :".-.ir  ���������.nl."  )���������!,     -   -���������  v.::A tne. cG.np':*  l.   OK  te   like   acid   into  the  fact  ihat  the  have  given  him  his   ox, n   claims   were  The    company had  aitel   for   Ruggles   to  .- had nor played  '.)   .he  conviction  of an  that   liis   country   had  To tec* ihat the: Walk-  :p;-.r*y   could  have  been  a -**���������; 1   ���������-��������� :���������.!-.:>-.   yet      how  '��������� ������������������'.���������������������������..ard.'d otherwise?  .. '-.:   '::   '.-ad  taken   in   this  *.i i k ���������.*. .:-.':������������������- ' '"> be de-  . . ��������� .i       '.i   "Miienean,  '.'���������a ���������_���������.'. ��������� i'i'., .'..'. ;* .a.ine  ��������� ������������������. .  i    ���������;���������.: .:������������������������������������   t..,rl'.*.i ���������  .._.,,.     tircly different  character.  with a sense ol wrong might   took to      _  his colonel for redress, but he would  scarcely think oi  trying to carry the  matter   to   his   king   or   prcsidcut   or  minister  or  secretary of war.       Had  Dick Downing been in Europe, Ruggles  might have  turned to  him     for  counsel,    but Dick    was in America.  However,    that  was    not  the  point.  Ruggles did not want the benefit of  personal influence from the scats    of  the mighty.       He wanted merely    a  square,  deal from  the  company  as  a  company. He considered his relations with the Downings���������especially  after his call on Ruth���������as social rather than professional, so far as his  humble part was concerned. He  wanted no crumbs falling from the  tables of thc rich. All hc wanted was  a square deal!  It is possible that if Ruggles had  not gone to Ruth for advice in regard to his personal affairs, he might  have taken his grievance in both  hands and sIioavii it to Mr. Downing,  Senior, in which case it is most probable that his wrongs would havc been  investigated and justice done. Mr.  Downing had lost his health in thc  examining of just such conditions,  anel was cheerfully prepared to die in  thc same harness. But Rugglcs could  not do that. Mr. Downing was Mr.  Downing, the president of thc company anil  a  great  man, but the  com-  ."I'd  like   to  meet  him   out   on   thc  T******"*! #1 ������7<e*~*t--.-l rr -.t-II f~*i-r* _.*���������       "* r"*ii������l "O 11 ��������������� *���������>��������� 1 ������-. i"������ ' s~x  x \s\*\.x        oui-'v   ������������lilil.Oj ~-4.X\x Jl ll������^������^ l\.-**������ V-\r-  himself. "He may bc twice, my size,  but I'll bet 1 could give him something besides shoes to think about for  a couple, of days. And that darn Durand, too."  In this opinion Rugglcs was quite  correct. Of stature he was perhaps  a little beneath the medium size, but  clean living and exercise had developed a frame which was solid of bone  and muscle. He was also a very useful man" with his fists, having gone  in for boxing -when living in New*  York, where hc had belonged to the  Y.M.C.A. and practiced nightly in thc  gymnasium.  It was about ten o'clock when he  entered the store, where thc first person on whom his eyes happened to  fall was the young English surgeon  of the British Red Cross, whom he  had met the previous morning on the  Avenue du "Bois dc Boulogne, and  who was in the act of purchasing a  pair of high hunting-boots. He did  not sec Rugglcs, who, not wishing to  disturb him, passed to the other side  of the store, wdiere hc came upon  the manager aud Lorenz, standing at  the door of lhc office ep.gagcd in conversation.  Rugglcs's eyes, red-rinmicd from  lack of sleep, blazed up at thc sight,  and he could feel the blood pumping  into his head. His mouth seemed  suddenly to become hot and dry and  PREMIER  Stoves and Rassges  .mm  Si  IAS  tt  "LEADER"  "ROYAL"  _ ,    m,m ni-iiMiwai M ��������� txU   nB  tWI-lbEi j-nii?  ^~Jm7$%m-X-\*y  ^S������mSs������������S&'  "nRSS-fJW'  One or another oi these modeia -wiii suit ytmt  taste and fit' your purso.    Cooking troubles an*  unknown where Davidsoa's ranges are used.  Write us for particulars and name of stain your locality where a display maybe setts,  Tiie Thos. Davidson Mfg. Co. limited  Montreal    WINNIPEG       Toronto (7)  *** ���������**������ f.      mi f~t      _f*i ."  ���������������>��������� ���������-���������-��������������� i ms  muscics     ���������  glowing health, slept badly that night. I sire  to  make a  scene,  especially  store, which is to open this week."  "Oh, is he?" Ruggles's voice "was  ominously calm. "I guess that must  bc the job thai was promised to S.S.  How did the company happen to give  it  to  Lorenz?"  (To  Bc  Continued.)  Some remarks    would be  more remarkable  if  left  unsaid.  WHEN NEURALG  as  pany  that    lie  administered    was   far  greater than  ils chief  executive.       It  was   the   company   that   was   responsible   to   him   for   thc   injustice   done;  ne-'i   Mr.   Downing  or   Ruth   oi   Dick.  Thi* Downings had done thcir best to  make   tlie-   company    a   good,  honest  company,   t.o   employees   as   well     as  a i elii-nts,  and  if   they  had  failed  ii was  Lad ��������� not   tin ir  fault, but  that  of  their un-  .   ;������������������.'���������'v.. i);",i:y   steward.-'.     Rugglcs   felt   that  I.in -'Li-   quarrel   was   no  with   the.  Down-  .-.   ii'j ini"-:',   tail  with   the  company,  and   he  r'r.y! ���������.>,���������;!������������������   '.��������� ivpared   to   light   it   out:  as  such.  > ������������������ ��������� ' I I-���������   M ll   that  tlie.   Downings  had  been  ' ili-i riv. >!     in   ihcir     orsjauizalion     as  "- i. ��������� ��������� ' 111; I��������� -1:   a1-   hi .  . ���������   :i !     'I..   :.'<>   to    K ut li   e'-r   Mr.   Downing  ��������� ''.',.    ,     ���������.:??\..i.    .-,:,..   ;���������������������������':-���������   ������������������������������������.po:-.*iM'\  His dreams were ugly and confused.  He thought that Lorenz, with the  face of a rat (suggested perhaps by  the mouse episode), was leaning ovcr  his bed and trying to gnaw his feet.  Hc struck at him in his sleep and  knocked over his tablc-dc-nuit. About  dawn hc fell into a heavy, sluggish  sleep and did not awake until nine  o'clock. Then hc got up, took his  sponge-bath, dressed with care, and  walked slowly down into Paris. Before going to the store, hc called at  the bank, drew out his balance, and  told the cashier that he was going  away. ������  His mood had changed in the last  few hours, and he. found himself, instead of being sad, in a state of savage, smouldering resentment. Tt had  occurred to him thai, besides Lorenz,  the manager of thc store, whom hc  had always considered a good friend,  had acted treacherously. He must  have known what Lorenz was up to,  but he had failed to put Ruggles on  his guard. Ruggles decided to tell  Durand what lie thought of him. Hc  fell that he. would enjoy an interview  with Lorenz also, but reflccteel that  the Austrian had probably left Paris  for Vienna. His packing of the  morning before would indicate, immediate     departure.      This     also   cx-  therc was a fair sprinkling of customers in thc place for that early hour,  and his years of training had made  polite shop manners almost a second  nature with him.    But thc sight    of    . ...  -i x iii       i    -i   .rx...    rheumatic  twinges.  these two men who had so. traitorous-      Kcep a big bboUlc aKvays on _iand  ly used him awakened in his system  for    family    use.      Druggists    every-  ���������"*_"._-.->-_*���������--  tr :._:���������,.._,������������. <,_-.-.if-___���������������_. _���������*"-___-  OlUCttl   i������      M-AIXSHS0A.T.A0X.    OP-W11V. X.    T00T0  congestion and Relieves  pain  A little, applied without rubbing,  will penetrate immediately and resi  and soothe the nerves.  Sloan's Liniment is very effective  in allaying external pains, strains,  bruises, aches, stiff joints, __ sore  muscles,  lumbago,   neuritis,    sciatica,  some  quality long latent,  and which  where.      35c,  now came boiling up and imperious-  Canada,  ly demanding expression.  Durand caught sight of Ruggles as  he approached. Perhaps at the same  time hc saw trouble in the congested  eyes, for the pink color faded fiom  his sleek face. ...But hc looked at  Ruggles with  cold- disapproval.  "Why arc you so late?",he demanded, in his excellent English. "We  havc had some customers who have  been  kept waiting."  "Oh, have you?'-' Ruggles answered. "Then what's the matter with  Lorenz waiting on them?" And hc  glared belligerently at his enemy,  whose saturnine face had become  suddenly venomous. It suggested,  in fact, the face of a rat, a large,  combative, cornered rat, and his  beady eyes glittered. Ruggles recalled his dream, which did not ge")  far  to help thc  situation.   .  "Mr. Lorcns* is going away," said  Durand. "He is going to Vienna to  take   the.     managership     of   our   new  70c,    $1.40.'     Made in  Says He Blew Up Canadian Bridge  Jersey City, N.}.���������Werner Horn  admitted before United Stales Commissioner Carter here that he blew  up thc Canadian Pacific railway  bridge over thc St. Croix river in Mc-  Adam parish, N.B., February 2, 1915,  bnt insisted that it wj- a military act  committed in a hostile country during  war time.  pr5������8 dEgts. Do   not   raMea  BSPxa ������9--**_& ancthcr day witU  11 c h i n _T. Hie"***  i*ii*.,  or  Protrndpi  intr   Piles.    No  surgical  opei**.  aliou   re^qnlrod*  Dr. Chaao'e Ointment will relievo you at on-"*-".  and as certainly cure you.   ������0c. a dox-j all  ileftlora, or KdmuiiBon, Bates & Co., Limiteu,  Toronto.   Sample box "free if you mention thu.  papor ape**- -ciic.obg Uo. stamp to pay postage.  ,^SS^^i^^^i^^^^l^^^Srfflffl^^^������.^i������^^^iS^iM  Trammnmrnux  Axe Here Told the Best Remedy  ! I  ..i'"l:if|  too  much  e:>f bool-licking  .;i'i   ���������.*..nie-   Ku'.'j'.lis   war*   willing     and  '-.i'l;    in  <b.   "'.hnoht  anytliing  with  a  ��������� ..ir ������������������,:'  ])i)t>\'-,  li'' elre.v  the line at the  ip     ��������� i ri������.   ������i,������  I.I,.- jrj'lll-4, 1.4.-4   (������.l������."1, .1.1.4-1 Lit.-  ��������� I-i   :i'nl   roinl'eji't      which    Ruth   hail  i I,' Mil him,  l.'ug'-'i.������������������'" eonhl not bear  ji     !,O','.   u|i   to   her   the*   ce>nipany   in  .   I    '   I   il.l   4'. I   ,1   I      ,11     V   .  1;     ' i -.iie i.i   ifi   I*ii-.r-'le-!    that   hr   hael  __<*'!_f?'i"'Li^^ -.   !n     :il!'" I'.iaiH'c   te>  an   oe.topu.',  a  r-reemont, O.���������"I was passing through tho critical  period of life, being forty-"-'..-, yearn of age and had all  the t-ymptoma incident to that chango ��������� heat flashes,  nervousness*, and was in a general rundown condition,  no it was hard for mc to do my work. Lydia E. Pinlc-  hum't- Vcgcl-fcLlc Com*_round was recommended to mo nn  the best remedy for my troublea,which it Burely proved  to he. I feel better and etrongcr in every way einco  talcinrf it, nnd tho -uinoyinf** nymptoms havo diBap-  peared."���������-Mi-o. M. CIodde:*, 025 Napoleon St.. Fremont,  Ohio.  Worth Haven, conn.���������''Jjydia 15. r-iuidi'mj'j' Vc"_;ct:.-  t)lo Compound rcfitoreel my health after every thing cIgo  had failed when piuunngthrough lihaugoof life. Thcra  Sh nothing liko it to overcome tho trying nymptomn.''  ���������Mr������. 1-*x.obuh(*;u Ibklla, Box 107, North ULuvea, Conn.  <4~*mwm~i~*v-m.  ��������� ,   ;.. . '.i   i'i iinlin I-    iii.ii'hinr      ol  * i  . ��������� ���������  I--    .'. in'.!  I'.i'.i'.i el aud flung on  '.'      '   ,i*> Ii'.ip      '1 lieTc   was      his  '       e    _ ���������  .   4  ��������� ��������� :; ;.' ;..;���������;    r.;; :;: n  I 4 ' ) , 11,1.       ��������� .I'll.) ',1 I...   ,       rlllll VV J JO  ������������������   ���������!������������������''!   '.���������.'. i   '. ��������� ���������.  i i uiul i id  i"   :���������.   (���������:.���������...'li.        D.irn.i     tlie   coni-  ; '     fin' .'���������   th'   i om-.aiiy !   I'u.-.i'h".  .     --, *   ,; i   ,1 Irll'   <l       44|r      1,1',       II,. i       .ll.ll      |l.....l"<.      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A Bottle of Bovril in tha kitchen will ctst
clown butcher's bills. It enormously increases the nourishing value of food���in fact, its bodybuilding powers have been proved ten to twenty times
the amount taken.    It must be Bovril.
Belgian Embassy
Issues A Denial
To Check German Army
Decision    Reached. Fixing    Status  oi
Body of Military Experts
Paris.���Marshal l-'ocli, the allied
commander-in-chief, obtained from
the supreme council a decision fixing
thc status of tlie body oi: military
perts charged with the determining
at the end ot each quarter lhe number oi German effectives in the German army for the succeeding quarter.
The marshal sent the council a note
asking that this body bc included among the missions of inter-allied control, and the council 'granted his request.
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Esl^i-in Minister H-as Not "Been "Recalled From The Hague
London, England.���The Belgian
Embassy in London has authorized a
complete denial of the Berlin report
that the Belgian Minister has been
recalled from The Hague and the
Dutch Minister from Brussels. 'It is
explained that the return to their respective countries of Carton De
Wiart and Van Voilenhovcn is merely a  coincidence.
Thc former is giving up liis diplomatic work to resume his political
career, and thc future Dutch Minister, who is taking the place of the
charge d'affaires, Van Vollenhoven,
has  been  already .nominated.
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MEDICINE will cure catarrh. Jt is taken
internally and acts through the Blood on the
Mucous Surfaces of the System.- HALL b
CATARRH MEDICI'NI. is composed of
some ot thc best tonics known, coiu-ineu
Y-itk some of tlie best blood purifiers, lhe
perfect combination oi the ingredients :n
HALL'S CATARRH. Ml" 15rCIKE is: what
produces such wonderful icsulis in p_atarr~iai
conditions.
Druggists   7Sc.     Testimoniiils   free. _
V. J.  Cheney  &  Co.,  Props.,  Toledo,  Ohio.
j Building   Huge  Balloon for  Communication With Far Away
Planet
Omaha.���Leo Stevens, balloon in*
f"**"-"- s truetor at o-'ort Omana, cuuiouncco
that David Todd will attempt to
communicate with thc planet Mars
this fall in a balloon to be constructed and piloted by Stevens. The balloon, to bc thc largest ever made,
will ascend 50,000 feet, Stevens said.
J Its capacity will be 140,000 feet.
The balloon will be enabled to rise
lo ihe expected height, Stevens said,
by use of an invention which divides
thc balloon into two compartments,
the upper containing hydrogen gS.5j
anel tlie lower fresh air.
Medical Men Believe It Will Again
Visit ���C-msda Thi*"* A'-t'-tnis
and Winter
There is a widespread belief among
medical men that the epidemic of la
grippe, or influenza, which swept over
the world last year, will again appear
in Canada during this autumn and
coming winter. This dangerous trouble spares neither age nor sex, but it
naturally finds its easiest victims
among those who are run down in
health, or those whose blood is weak
and watery, and it is among the latter class in which the greatest number of fatalities occur. The surest
way to prevent an attack of this
dreaded trouble is to keep the blood
rich and pure, and,thc safest and best
way to do this is through the use of
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French Military Plans
Paris.���A peace time army of 350,-
000 men and reduction of the term
of military service from three years
to one are recommended to the military committee of thc chamber, of
deputies by Paul Bcmer, former minister of state. Under his plan 200,000
men would bc called to the colors
annually by conscription and 150,000
others recruited through voluntar}*
enlistment.
This system wouid make ihe
French army on a war footing total
4,000,000 men, divided into an active
army of 1,300,000 men, 700,000 reservists  and 2,000,000  territorials.
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Savs Corns Lift Out
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Sore corns, hard corns, soft corns
or any kind of a corn can shortly be
lifted right out with the fingers if
you will apply directly upon the corn
a few drops of freezone, says a Cincinnati authority.
It is claimed that at small cost one
can get a quarter of an ounce of
freezone at any drug store, which is
sufficient to rid one's feet of every
corn or callus without pain or soreness or the danger of infection.
This new drug is an ether compound, and while sticky, dries the
moment it is applied and does not
inflame or even irritate the surrounding tissue.
This announcement will interest
many women here, for it is said that
the present high-heel footwear is
putting corns on practically every
woman's feet.
Thc thick-skinned animal is - undoubtedly the whale. Nowhere is its
skin   less   than   several   inches   thick,
and  I n
nearlv
some  parts
two   feet.
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One of the commonest, complaints
of infants is worms, and the most
effective application for them is Mother  Graves'  Worm   Kxterrninator.
i      -.io   i..,_u'mii.ic  yiccptuLiOii      io  avert
j an   attack   of   influenza   or   la   grippe
should be spared.    The disease itself
is deadly, but its after-effects, among
thosc  who  are spared, make the life
of the victim one of constant misery.
Ask  almost  any  of  those  who   have
been attacked by influenza what their
present condition    of    health    is    and
most of  them  will  answer: "Since  I
had  the  infltrcnza  I  have never been
fully well."     This  trouble  leaves  behind it  a persistent weakness  of  the
limbs, shortness of breath, bad digestion,  palpitation  of  the  heart,  and a
tired   feeling   after   even   slight   exertion.    This is due to the thin-blooded
condition  in   which  la   grippe  almost
always leaves its  victims    after    the
fever, and    influenza    have    subsided.
Thcy are at the mercy of relapses and
complications,     often"    very     serious.
This condition will continue until thc
blood  is  built  up  again, and for  thc
purpose of building up the bloodand
strengthening thc nerves nothing can
equal a  fair treatment with Dr.  Williams'  Pink Pills.    From first to last
dose these pills make new, rich blood,
which reaches every organ and nerve
in the body. Thus thc lingering germs
are   driven   out,   and   the   weak,   des*-
poiulcnt    victims     of    influenza     arc
transformed     into   cheerful,     healthy,
happy men  and women.
Hut better still, you can put yourself in a condition to resist an attack
of influenza by enriching tlie blood
through tlie use of Dr. Williams' Pink
Pill*., and litis, it seems, is the sensible  thing  to  elo at  once.
Dr. Williams' Pink Piiis are sokl by
all dealers in medicine or will be sent
by mail at 50 cents a box, or six
boxes for $2.50 by The Dr. Williams'
Medicine   Co.,   Proekville,   Ont.
Sfieep And Swine Ssl��
No Charge for Transfer of Registration of Livestock
Edmonton, Alta.���An innovation in
connection with thc annual sale of
sheep and swine to be held here October 22-23 by the Alberta Provincial
Sheep and Swine Breeders' Associations, is that this year certificates of
registration for livestock purchased ���
will be forwarded to Ottawa, where
the transfer to the new owner will be
made free  of  charge.
The entries are numerous, and W.
J. Stark declares -that there is always
a good demand for particularly good
MONEY ORDERS
Pay your out of town accounts by Dominion Express Money Orders. Five dollars
costs   three   cents.
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great success, CJZ.Z2. chromic tf _-..-�����*-*���._!. lost v.<_-'"��
& VIU, KIDNEY. BI.ASDSR, DISSASES, BLOOD ?OI30*tJ
-FILES. EITHER Uo. D��UQGJSTS et HAIL, .1. POST 4 0T9
FOUGERA CO. $.. DEEE-i-AN ST. MEW YOH.KcrL.YMAH BltnO
���TORONTO. WRITE FO*C mil- BOOK TO D-U LB CL.CEQ
MED.CO.HAVERSTOCKRD. HAM-fSTEA->, LONDOH, BKQ.
TRY N.W BKAQSgp.TASTBl.ES3) FORMOP    EASY TO TAKH
THERAPIOi^l i!~~i~-m%nm.
*_&B THAT TRADE MARKED WORD ' THERAPlOM' IS O-
~2X-.~-Ti.9TXIX- JLfglXX- TO AU. -XH.LSXriCXMT-
���WOOll'S   0mm\~^-XT~~-V&~d
Tke  Great   English   Remedy.
Tonoa'and iavigoratea the -whota
nervou:? Boston., makes ne-cr Blood
ia   old  Veins,   Cn-res   IservotiS
Debility, Mental and Brain IVomi, Desvors-
.    ........ , . r     i denev. Loss of Energy, Palpitation cf the
individuals, cither sheep or swine,, for    Heart, Failing Memory.   Price SI per box, eix
the imnrovement  of flock-.,  -md   herds     ��pr*3-    OEe.*wiirp!eMe.Bi-:**^lciiro.   Soldbynl]
uic linpiovcment ot uocks ana ncras.    druggists or mailed in Dlatn oke. on receipt of
  .. price. AiTi-w-tmmpftleSmailetZYree. TbiZ WOOD
___,_. _     , . fe_.!?IG-NEeO_sT0noHT9_e��"Te tj-sata*, Vn.isttJ'
The     Last    Asthma    Attack    may .  -
really bc the last one it prompt meas- ��� ������  "
urcs  are  taken.     Dr.  J.   D.  Kcllogg's
Remedy  will  safegn-**-"-'*
V- rx.
It will penetrate to thc smallest bronchial passage and bring about a healthy condition.. It always relieves and
its continued use often effects a permanent cure. Why not get this long-
famous remedy today and commence
its use? Inhaled as smoke or vapor
it  is   equally   effective.
Hl^** DO YOU WANT TO KNOW
r^ tho facts about SIIOKTIIORN CATTLE 1
IJie breed for tiie farmer or rancher Writo tho Soc-
retj-ry to-day for FREE PUBLICATIONS, eusd its*
your nam. on our free -nrdlftiE-iBt..
DOMINION  SHORTHORN   BREEDER'S  ASSOCM
W. A. Dry den. P res. G.E.Usy.Sec.      I
Brooklin. Ont. Guelph. Ont ���
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Death of Madame Patti .GHILDREN   HEEB HELP
London.���Adelina   Patti,   the   prima ; ^      "mmmm      ���*�����������
donna,   died   recently  at   Craig-y-Nos . Spanklugdoesu'tcurebed-vvetti-Ug
castle, . Penycae,  South     Wales.  Ma-1 ���tlie trouble is due to weakness
dame Patti is reputed to have left an
j estate valued at more than ?3,000,000.
Unique Twisted Chimney
A "twisted chimney" distinguishes
an l-.lii-.abetli.ln manor house in the
ancient town of Buckingham, h'.ng-
land, which is to bc ^offered for sale
shortly, and llic auctioneers assert
that the secret of this mode of construction is lost, and that the only
oher "twisted chimney,"- and that less
perfect,   is   at  Hampton   Court.
Some, men seem to expect Opportunity to drive up to thc door and
take   them   for  a  joy-ride.
Minard's     Liniment
ralgia.
Relieves    Neu-
The follies of youth become I lit:
vi'vs of manhe'.oel ami the di**gr.icc of
old age.
i\e�� iicue'i' pioii-elion against woitus
can bc got than Miller's Worm Powders. Thcy con-mine worn-.-* and render the stomach aud intestines untenable to them. They heal tlie snrlnres
th;.'. havc become inflamed by llic .it
tacks of the parasites, nnd serve to
restore the slreiif.th of [he child that
has been undermined by the draughts
that the worms have- made upon it,
aud that '.heir 4,;1e:*u'iu-.* i.. alto-Mhfi*
heallli-'.iving.
Faultless in Preparation. ��� Unlike
any oilier stomach regulator, Parmeiee's Vegetable' Pills are the result of
long study of vegetable compounds
calculated to stimulate the .stomachic
functions and maintain them at thc
normal   condition. Years      of' use
have proved their faultless character
anel established their excellent .-epu-
iatiou._ And this reputation tlu-.y havc
maintained for years and will continue to maintain, for these pills must
always slanel at the head of the list
e*il   standard   pre-para! ion'.*.
Ease Up Homework
Toronto. ��� Mem. Dr. Cody, Minister of l-'.diii-atioii, has sent out to the
leaehe-rs of the continuation schools,
high schools and collegiate institutes
an ealiet that they are to ease up ein
the homework which they have been
ae*i'u*,toiued   to   givinc*;   sluele-nts.
It- would take 27,600 spiders to produce  a  pound  of  web.
DEWS OF EVE
No More Gentle Than
"Cascarets" for the
Liver, Bowels
' of the internal organs. "My successful
home treatment will be* found helpful.
Send no money but write- mc. today for
free trial treatment. My treatment is
equally successful for adults, troubled
with iirinaiy'diuicnlues.
MRS. M. SUMMERS, Box 966 Windsor, M.
American  War Penalties
Nine  soldiers  o:  the  American  l*x-
peditionary       l-'orce      were      hangees
and  one   was   shot  dining  the   war.
Lockout of Fishermen
���\ 1\r T'/lnfPti       *���* r* r. * 1 ��� i ��p/1        -Ttj<*    ��<���'<, <-i1��    fjf
the Aberdeen fishing fleet ia in port
as a result of a ilispuie*. and a ���".uhs.*-
qitinl lockout of the fishermen. There
j-eenis no prr-spcci of :i settlement,
and it is climated that l.S.OOO work
Hi    p..il   in    .iiie. Uil   by    thc   .stoppage.
ft is just ns* needless as it is dangerous to lake violent or nasty cathartics. Nature provides no shock-
absorbers for your liver and bowels
against calomel, harsh pills, sickening oil anil salts. Cascarets give
quick relief vithnnt '������jury f.v.tn e'lti.-
stipatieMi, Biliousness, Indigestion,
Gases and Sick Headache. Cascarets work while you sleep, removing
the to.-ins, poisons anel sour, iudiges-
tihb* v.*nrt��* vi'hf*>-i t -M'ipiiig nr hii-nn-
venience. Cascarets regulate by
strengtliening the bowel muscles.
They  cost  so  little,  too.
Hear   Island.   Aug.  26,  H'0.*.
Minard's   Liniment   Co.,   Limited.
Dear Sirs,���'Vour traveler is here
toelav and we are getting a large
quantitv ot" your Ml.NAKD'S I.INt-
Ml-NT.     We   find   it   the   best   Litii-
thc   market
uiaKtiig   iu*)
i
ex-
ment   on
c -p .ion.
13  years and  have  handle-el  all  kimls.
but have dropped them all but yours;
that sells itself; thc others have to bc
pv.'-.heel   to   ("et   rid   of.
W.   A.   HA'.1  UMAN.
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company has secured a fr.itichi-ic
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��:<Prtm'��Mm.i'$-m&Wi'M   m SSSSiS^-^iSSSS^SS���������^  i-~~mu~msimm  r-������?~^r^%A*-  THE  CSESTON   REVIEW  ,4,4j;������>i,ii:<.'j|i,*i7  . ���������* ',��������������������������� <V i'i-'  mmmmmW~-Wm  WMMffvl  f^^uatfMx^tetaB/^ffl^M^k  iiU-U-t-H-^-0H-MI-IHM--llB*-l  pi|*_mB*HLffMRHfft&i������>*i:l!-rr^  mkmimmK^^  TON REVIEW  Issued every Friday at Creston, B.C*  $ubscription : $2 a'year in advance;  H2-50 to U.S. points,  C. F. Hayes, Editor and Owner-  CRESTON,  B.C., FRIDAY, OCT. 17  Wi  -LO&iS  Next year will be well advanced  before Canada's main expenditures  for war can be completed. Every  dollar that can be raised for the  Victory loan 1919 will be required.  Although hostilities ceased in  i918 the war expenses went on.  This is just as much a war year  as last year was, as far as the money  is concerned. Pressing liabilities  incurred by the war and involving  vast sums of money have to he  earecLfor. The simplest and most  profitable manner in which this can  be done is for the people to provide  the mouey themselves.  The Victory loan 1919 is entitled  to just  as   much   consideration as  was given to its   predecessors.    It  :.,  ..~   x~  s.��������� _i   <*i......-.������������������..    .      ,_���������   !___.  iii     Lty      _.pj     n-yr at     VxJVblittiiXSxSill      IrO     UO     IIIB  utmost to make the new loan an  overwhelming success. The continuance of the prosperity of the  nation is wholly dependent upon it.  It was naturally to be expected  trade depression in the Dominion  would have followed the armistice  but this was averted by the application of a large proportion of the  last Victory loan as credits to Great  Britain and our Allien for grain,  dairy produce, fish-, lumber and  ships.  ly nee  iieSS-.  They are national re-ra vestments.  The debts, will be paicS t^ent-Kally  and in the meantime inditstrxat and  agrfwittttrar worfcers wtti? he- kept in  Smsy   and  l������.icrat������ve-   ������"os-pIoyKJ-ent.  Wagner-rMrs H B Downs,    Maud  Botterill.  8 Jonathan���������A Maekie. F Putnam.  Gravenstein���������w A McMurtrie. W ���������G  Littlejohn.  Macintosh    Red���������Miss   Hazel   Andrew, Lewis Litt!9jr*������hn.  Weaithv���������Mrs O Keisey,   w il Gobbett.  Grimes  Golden���������S  Moon, w A McMurtrie.  Rhode Island Greening���������w G Littlejohn, Jas Compton,  Ontario���������w V Jackson.  F Putnam.  King���������w   V   Jackson,   Huygens   &  \ anAckeran.  Rome Beauty���������w K Brown, James  Compton.  Delieious���������Truscott Bros, R J Long.  Golden Russett���������M McCarthy, Jas  Compton,  Ribston Pippin���������w V Jackson, Mrs  G Johnson.  Snow���������"W V Jackson, w G Littlejohn.  Tollman Sweets-M XvicCarthy, w V  Jackson.  Any other variety���������Lewis Littlejohn, "w w Hall.  "Winter Banana���������Mrs H B Downs,  M McCarthy.  Transcendant Crabs���������A H McCarthy, Cranbrook; w V Jackson.  Hyslop���������Ashley Cooper, F Putnam.  Martha���������M McCarthy.  Bartlett pears���������w V Jackson,  R S  These credits were- absorijte-  -ssary,. and strictly good busi-  They   must.   be   continued.  di~v "������ f    T?_ ?__  -���������wF^JJU^UOffL mV&Xf  Awards in. Fruit  11  Below will*Be found the Est* of Ci-es-  Son growers-who captui-ed prizes at  ~ho C"raniire->������"-lt Sifr* t^rrfy t.hi& Mianth.  The lii'fe w.till' be interesting toous* read-  ������rs fix that tfeje prtwi-iicla*: ho-rtiei-Jtui-  Efit ity. tbe* Wl.-oder*niece soimfc-Ey dirt the  fudging.at CTi-aaJbrouk,. anel in-at* least  tweuby sections feea-wai-ded. the ptizes  diffidently than, they -a-������'8- placed at  Creston fait- atx the- san.������ eji*.t*bi->rd- pj-o-  ���������Anct. These'fhsLnges aie n<a& yery no-  iJieealJlij- uu the box. lots;-, or.ly two  -jh.-inges w^-t-e- nmde- m. that department"... ThBst������- W8.-8- iii. thi* Wagners  ���������iivheiM*- Jasv Cook.w.i*, entirely eli'min-  .-.tt-e? ami hist prize given Jus. Ad bird,,  vvbile in. bhe Ontarios the winners are  "sererseil*..  In   the  plates  the   changes-  are-  in  .vholisutB- fashion..    Ih. five of them  ftotfi fir-st. ftii.!. s<j������e*>nt'*! ai-e giyttii- tn*ex-  &iW"f-*.*rT. wJi.<y.tvfruit did not -jjefc :*_. tick-  in tlu��������������������������� siiaie  variety- at. Oestou,.while  in *"-*n e-K.he-i's one  ���������������*._���������. the winners here  -*iiid U-- n.'ikki- sv.ty f'������y ;i   diffV-i���������t*nt Ci-es-  :cin   ^"pchlVtitiif 'r-.he:*n   t.he-  t.ie-ket** were j  ���������pburtH*.   a*. fJraiibnKvk..     Trxinsoe-ndant |  ���������riife  -v..--.*   th*- <;nly   Un-*'   it*-,   which j  n'ret.r.;i������\. i.'j{.-nut.   'iiptnrf   tiv****. and teec-j  ��������� 11 ,i_: .1/ li.'.-   -n'^i*-.   ii-K.iir ni vision ,. it. Ivir. <  Mr*. r;r"hv ��������� if i..h.i-*. -j.v.ii 'w.iU.imr.W. V.  i  S.if?r.-n'.- *,"'.'.,.-������������������- h.-r-t '  In r.hi: PT,-!>rt'*J)'/- i!j'p**.ctr.H:nt'p"re*stein I  Sot ;t few pri-jLi T.n^i: e;o ;t limitc-i show- ,  "njtC- *'.h-;<:i.'J' So11-* M.i������oiis lirst prize- ���������  ;)l,iTf <>? f.r.ri������;tt'V'j-+. ut t ii^.tV/ii wfif- einly i  jm .it foi .-. ><���������(���������!.'.;(! ;i'.v;������y ire *i>i home'. ,  ttotit.. Ih aliit-, v,(>t a. tir.'tf. t,r, o.i-l.h (.-itron ,  mn    v.���������(.!..*!ir������j*|!:rj,      '(.'lit- iue';H'il*i : 1  .fan   rVeliiiie), j  Fruti    4-AttXtiiv  \'\ vr iiov  le<l; fjiil iippl*-  \\'      ''.      ,J.tJ   toil  Iti.  lr\y������ heiv t.,l, wmtiv;tp|)(e-<-;-���������-TreiHcott  f.l'l ���������..,   .".I*.*.   ' '( .J.lx..  W". i (jj,i _*-t*   ��������� .Iij.'<    ."uKa j'el.     ICnyi^n.-p    ������t  'r  It !.,>. I'U-I'VlSfl  Nortlr*-!'!!  Sfjy   -W  "vf .(���������iit'.hnno  M iu-1 iu i ������������������-)! Ha ������������������ti     .VI ir.n lliiy.i'l Aiwirjvw  \V<*all!iv     VV  iv I'rirwu.  Kll'ipf--  W   V   ..ii.e-.|<.--te uri,,  J;im t e ,/)k.  , ,4 * ,4 1 f������'.V������P  ' ������������������rr   ���������������������������  vLrn ������������������   vV  W     V    .Iji.-U.  we HI,  i lul.iii'ii  ">(:������ l'/i i l"f r>r/  l fi'lieioMH     J'hh t'.'iuok,,    VV   V ,"l|.-l_He>.!  r'niux'v    'i<iljl������-ri     Hoyij"''-1'..!<   -i.   V.ui  I.*.'d:'-.t.e>ii   r.'.-jpin  1 !<>e>k  ."-���������jJlle lii:t-l(.c     .*".������������������'  KV   V .f.u'-kj ltd. .!;i'-  <   ml.  Vf.  ; .(     4  K',-1". ���������/  ''..." r.r.;     ' :.   -.     '.::���������'  |{j-'it   heiV,  i/t  iijj|,)i-'   IO  !��������� li'iiii'ili  llc.ru! y fri;ii  \\  I.  <| U r\V  .1    vv  ! tr i.<*.'.���������  J   .rVe.k.  \i .1  (.on/.  e .j.ii <���������  'iilih'i  I'einel      Sc.el 111 j (/,     (illiKit       V.    <  i'tnit    iJitttv���������  i'.nv.   eirii.o(/*-     ix  ;tih-i  . . I > j < < ��������� i ��������� i < i;r,  j'.euiir'.  .    .  ���������   .  I     I    I   4 .      I     /  . I   ���������    ,  Vlj til t i'k ill'  ,.���������,���������   ((.nl, j" <.   l.it r,|.  lailUda  Come in and see my stock.  They are the best.  Seeing is believing:.  <ZJ 0m^,  Latest Sheet  Music and   Records  Bevan.  Flemish    Beauty���������Ashley    Cooper,  Mrs C Kelsey.  ._ Any other- variety pears���������w A McMurtrie, Ashley Cooper.  Italian prunes���������G Nonstable, Mrs C  Kelsey.  Lombard plums���������"W V Jackson..  Yellow Egg���������E Simmons.R S Bevan  Pond Seedling���������E C Gibbs.  Any other variety  plums���������G Constable, Truscott Bros.  Vegetables  Mangolds���������F Putnam 1st.  Stock carrots���������Lewis Littlejohn 1st.  Citron���������Robt. Dodds 1st.  Watermelon���������Robt. Dodds 1st.  Plate tomatoes���������S Moon 2nd.  Crate tomatoes���������S Moon 1st.  Pumpkins���������Arthur Stark 2nd.  In connection with the exhibit a  word of thanks is due fruit inspector  A. McL. Fletcher, and Mr. Marples of  the experimental farm at Invermere,  whose heip in setting up the fruit v������is-  play is much appreciated. The Cranbrook fair"people availed themseiyes  of the services of Mrs. H. B. Downs,  who was installed as supervisor in the  cooking class.  W. V. Jackson, who had charge of  the exhibit, is sending out a statement to those directly interested, but  finds he has a box of Macintosh Reds  ...    _-    __    _*_������-*- 'l*l,���������r,n  ior vvnicn no uwue-r ia su ojguu. j-uuoc  who get statements are asked to  at once check them and whoever is  shy the box of Macs should notify Mr.  Jackson immediately.  Transfer, livery and Feed Stables  e~  ���������*-  Sleighs and Cutters.      Team Sleighs  Single and Double Harness and Supplies  Several  Sets   of Second-Hand  Harness  Goal and Wood For Sale.  a a  Sirdar Ave.  VERY one of the million and a half subscribers to  Canada's Victory Bonds knows that he can sell  them today for more than he paid for them.  Every one who bought Canada's Victory Bonds has  received 5-V2 Per cent, interest per annum���������paid twice a  year.  Over half a million Canadians who bought Canada's  Victory Bonds on the instalment plan saved money that  they would not otherwise have saved.  The guarantee back of Canada's Victory Bonds is  the same as the guarantee back of a One Dollar or a Two  Dollar bill. There is this difference, however, that you  get interest on the Victory Bonds and you don't on thc  One or Two Dollar bill.  Canada's Victory Bonds will always be accepted as  security for a loan.  Banks are ready to loan mone; jn Canada's Victory  Bonds.  Canada's Victory Bonds may be turned into cash at  any time.  There is no other way in which you can invest your  money with such absolute security���������paying such a good  rate of interest.  Canada will soon give her citizens an opportunity to  buy Victory Bonds 1919. It will probably be the last  chance to buy Canada's Victory Bonds on such favorable  terms.  Prepare to buy as many  Victory Bonds this  tim-f as you now wish you had burnt  able to buy the last time  iim   M   A~m*"~*V ~~mT Xm^'������mi������ZmT'm1^W.  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T <i-<������, <r*/imi������iiH4i*4p������  iii iu (i-i.r.jiiuii wi'b tilt*Minister of I-'iuuiic'ee  of lli<   I )i iijjiii.ni i.f C;iiiu������!'j  ������4rr 444^  0004mmttaii0mmmmt4miiKt,  s  .Vna4*di0i<4ii40tt4totmm.4ttl.*bi'timm*, ���������wtwttuMMMtiiwulMMfettKMJmnilMdH.I^^  j'i-il  ^n  >r  *x\  % ���������  t  \4  in.  If  J  li  HI  * tS  ���������rt  1  &  !  I  i  ������Jrt4������H4U>j_i������MIIIJiillUlll8������������<^ THE  CKESTON  BEVIEW  ~k  tl  AS  8������ Win Prizes!  \ eighty wore successful in obtaining at  least one prize.  According to the official vecoi-ds  Creston's 1910 fall fair had a few oyer  100 citizens who made entries"* Due  to the bad weather the day preceding  the exhibition it is likely a few of  these failed to get into town with  the exhibits, though a run through  the names   would   establish  the   fact  X-..X   .. x 1 ._.   n/\l_...1^, t *..   ix.rxr.Ae.  __.-. . rvv.rtr*  I'Uttlr t>U ICH-IJ  ������7PJ   Unit   ulltstl    _;P-������p.>p.������o   P..J...V-IP-P-.  foi- competition, and of these just over  Minimum   price   of   flrtst-ctass   land    '  reduced to $6 an acre; second-class to  $2.60 an acre.  Pre-emption   now   confined   to -sur  veyed lands oniy.  Records will be granted covering only  land suitable for agricultural purpose;-  and which is non-timber land.  Partnership pre-emptions abolislied.  but parties; of not more than four may  arrange for adjacent pre-emptions  with joint residence, but each making  necessary improvements on respective  claims.  Pre-emptors must occupy claims for  live years and make improvements it-  value of $10 per acre, including clearing and cultivation of at least 5 acres  before receiving Crown Grant.  Where pre-emptor in occupation not  less.than. 3 years, and has mr.de proportionate improvements, he may, because of ill-health, or other cause, be  granted intermediate certificate of im  provement and transfer his claim.  Records without permanent residence may be issued, provided aimii-  cant makes improvements to extent ol  ���������.300 per annum and records same each  year. Failure to make improvements  or record same will operate as forfeiture. Title cannot be obtained in  less than 5 years, and improvements  of $10.00 per acre, including 5 acres  cleared and cultivated, and residence  of at least 2 years are required. *,.  Pre-emptor holding Crown erant  may record another Dre-emnt ir-..i Ar A*-  requires land in conjunction with his  farm, without actual" occupation, pro-  VlflAfl ������JD*..trtlMr fvin~mr....-x X���������  a.  --������������������     ������������������.. ������������������.j      ...hj.xj v p_4i4_p.li .._>    nmuv  and residence maintained on Crown  granted land.  Unsurveyed areas, not exceeding 2ej  acres, may be leased as homesites;  title to be obtained after fulfilling residential and improvement-conditions.  For grazing and industrial purposes  areas   exceeding   640   acres   may   be  l������rr,e.ar1     T\..     rx���������\r\     ���������- r.~~. -.      ....       ���������    -  .-.���������,���������x. ..j v.,.v. !jp__5c.ii Oi p-pj._iipa.ny.  Mill, factory or industrial sites on  timber land not exceeding 40 acres  may be purchased; conditions include  payment of stumnaee.  Nattiral hay meadows inaccessible  by existing roads may be purchased  conditional upon construction of a road  to them. Rebate of one-half of cost of  road, not exceeding half of purchase  price, is made.  PRE-EMPTORS'      FREE  ACT.  GRANTS  The f������*ope of this Act is enlarged to  include all persons jolnins? and serving with His Majesty's "Forces. The  time within which the heirs or devisees  of a deceased pre-emptor may apply  for  title   under  this Act  is  extended  .��������� *!?r one year from ,the death of  suc.i parson, as formerly, until one  year after the conclusion of the present  war. This privilege is also made retroactive. , ,  No fees relating to pre-emptions aro  due  or  payable  by soldiers  on    preemptions recorded after June 26   1918  Taxes are remitted for five years.  Provision for return of moneys accrued, due and been paid since August  4, 1914. on account of payments, fees  or taxes on soldiers1 pre-emptions  Interest on agreements to purchase  town or city lots held by members of  Allied Forces, or dependents, acquired  direct or indirect, remitted from enlistment to March 31, 1920.  SUIB-PURCHASERS   OF   CROWN  LANDS.  Provision made for issuance of  Crown grants to sub-purchasers of  Crown Lands, acqulrina rights from  purchasers who failed to complete  purchase, involving forfeiture, on fulfillment of conditions of purchase, interest and taxes. Where aub-purchas-  ���������crs do net claim whole, of original parcel, purchase price due and taxes ma\  be distributed proportionately over  whole area. Applications mi-st bo  made by May 1,  1D20.  GRAZING. **  Grazing Act, 1919, for systematic  development of HvoHtocl. industry provides for grazing districts and range  administration, under Commissioner  Annual jjraKlirfe permits Itisuud based  on numbers ranged; priority for established owners. Stock-owner!*, may  form Associations for range inannge-  meiit, Free, or partially free, permits  for settlers, campers or travellers uu  to ton head. ,  The tabulated statement that follows shows only the names of those  who were fortunate euougb to)get in  on the prize money.. This information  should be timely, showing as. it does>  to what extent exhibitors were successful in comparison with the number of entries made. In total entries  W. V. Jackson heads the list with 39  to his credit, while Mrs. E. N. Holmes  is next with 33, and Geo. Cartwright  third at 29.  In the matter of prizes obtained in  proportion to goods shown both Mr.  and Mrs. Jas. Cook are well to the  fore, the latter with a showing of 14  firsts and 4 seconds on 21 entries, Mr.  Cook's figures are six firsts arid four  seconds on eleven entries. Mrs. CO.  Rodgers is another who deserves mention in this connection with 7 firsts  nnd 4 seconds on 13 entries, while  Miss Hazel Andrew has three- firsts  and a second on five entries, while'  Mrs. Compton made a perfect score  with two firsts on as many entries.  Another good showing is by Jas.  Maxwell with four firsts and a seond  on six chances.. Tho'se entitled to receive prize money are:  Ash, P. W ...       12 ....         1  Ash, Mrs F W...     I ....          1  Andrew, Miss Hazel    5 3         1   .  Andrew, Mrs K    2 ....         1  Birney, Mrs W G ....   7 11  Brown, W K..���������  15 3         1  Botterill, Maud _  10 2  Boffey, Alf red     1 1  "Bennett, C G     6 13  Bevan, Louise _^2 ..         1  Beyan, Evelyn     i" I  Compton, Jas  16 3         3  Compton, Mrs Jas ..2 2  Compton, Ruth    2 1..  Cartwright, G  28 5         4  Cartwright, Mrs G..   8 3         1  Cook; -Jas  Jl ������         4  t~*rx..i/    jprt..,.    !.._. ������>1 14 3  x.i\jX4ix,   L-txxia tf cio - .    x-x a-v -x-  Cotterill. Mrs C  18 5 5   '  Cooper, Ashley   14 3 2  Constable, Guy     3 1  Cerr. Victor 3 1.  Cook", J P ZZ   1 1  Crawford, W H....    4 1 2  Cherrington, Rose..   7 3 1  Cherrington,Jini,jr.    1 .. 1  Camvi-on, Mrs A L.. 14 4 5  Dodds. il    3 .. 1  Downs. Mrs H B  19 5 5  1_P 47 . V T  v raiser, ottui      IX-  Gilbert. Mrs W S....   3 .. 1  Gobbett, W H  12 __*���������*.        3  Gibbs, E C    1 .. 1  Hall. W W    5 1..  Hagen. Paul    8 2 2  Holmes, Mrs E N .... 33 3 3  Holmes. Edna    4 .. 1  Hamilton, Mis J W    8 2 1  Hamilton, Phyllis...   4 11  Hamilton,Margeory   6 I  Hayden, Mrs J E.    2 ..    **   1  Hugens & VanAk'n   9 12  Jackson, W V  39       10 8  "Jackson, Mrs W V..   9 5 1  Jackson, F H     7 1 1  Jackson, Mrs F H...   1 .. 1.  Johnson, Geo     6 . 2  Johnson, Mrs Geo....   8 2 2  Johnson, Zalla     3 .. 1  Kelsey, Mrs C    14 .. 2  Knott, Frances     3 1  Knott, Muriel...    5 .. 3  Lyne, Frances     3  Lidgate, "Elson.....    1  Littlejohn, W G    9  Littlejohn, Lewis ....   9  Long. B J  18  Maekie. A     8  Moon, S  Ii  Maxwell, Jas ���������    6  Moore, Kate     1  McMurtrie, W A...    8  McCarthy, M  19  North, A     3  Oatway, Mrs   II  Putnam, F     8  Roelgers, CO  11  Rodgers, Mrs CO.. 14  Speers, S A     1  Speers, Mrs S A 14  Stark. Robt     7  Stark. Arthur     8  Simmons, E   10  Stinson, Ernest 12  Smith, Hurry ��������� ���������    2  Taylor, MrsHH...  10  Thurston, MrsR...  10  1  3  2  2  3  2  Truscot Bros  10  Whitehead, Mrs ... 6  Watson, W S  7  Webster, J H  6  Most points in Canned Goods, Birks'  speciai���������Mrs. Jas.������uook.  Most points in Needlework, half-  dozen cups and saucers���������Mrs. Jas.  Cook.  Most points in Cooking, half-dozen  plates and cake plate���������Mrs. White-*  head.  Most points in Plants and Flowers,  tea set���������Mrs. C. O. Rodgers.  Most points in Fruit, 4 pounds coffee  ���������W. "V. Jackson.  Most points in Class 2, Horses, four  pounds'coffee���������Pound each to J. P.  Cook. F. Pntnam, Victor Carr and  Paul Hagen.  Most points in Poultry, four pounds  of coffee���������Mrs. C. O. Rodgers.  By express and freight Grand Forks  ������laims to have shipped eighty cars of  fruit already this year. . Five were  straight carload of prunes.  The creamery at Nelson claims to be  paying its patrons between $5000 and  $6000 a month for- cream���������an increase  of 60 per cent, over last year, when  50,000 pounds of butter  were made.  The News complains of the small  crowds.tbat go out to hear the Vernon band when it gives open air^lcon-  eerts in the town park. In the Okanagan it would appear that some sorts  of music are not equal to soothing the  savage.  Benson & Veeberg -have'just bought  the������sQ������eens Hotel -it Cranbrook from  Teddv Clauson, who is now in the hotel business at   Yahk.  PianoTuning & Rcpairin  J. A. P. CROMPTON  Qualified Piano Tuner  Cranbrook Baptists believe in the  old adage about training up a child it  the wayhe should go. A Christian Endeavor Society for children of school  age is being organized.  rgi. S-HHi t-, Kt~ i>  JERSEY BULL  m���������~0LX0x    <**������___* let*. AfTdm  f^.V^rr.  ���������^Jd^tTW A^ffm.^.     ..      .  ������#>1    WWHII  V  ���������Uev-HIIB    WlliSiw  711  W. V. sJMIxJKS-iKjN,    %JR������ST%md4IV  ���������*,&.  Eight years experience  tunings a-year. $7.  kiiuj^jci    iritiinjg, ty������.  Highest ref-  31  ROBT. LAMONT  NOTARY PUBLIC  INSURANCE   -    REAL. ESTATE  DEALER IN COAL.  ORBSTQM    -    -.-^B.O,  FRUIT GROWE  Fruit growers can entrust their banking  interests to tins 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 iron will call ti'non "US*  nri tf n a \? A TM AMDA K1V  I r~tr, \_^/~\i ym-\L^i~r%i ^ ~u~r-\i ^ jl--*.  MM-MMj-OVfl  r\im? rnMMFRrK  S6i  Creston Branch, C* G* Bennett, Manager  I HEREBY GIVE NOTICE that on Monday, the 3rd day of November, 1919, at the hour of 10  o'clock in the forenoon', at the Court House, Nelson, I will offer for sale at public auction the mineral claims  in the list hereinafter set out of the persons in the said list hereinafter -set out for delinquent taxes unpaid  by said persons on the 30th June, 1919, and for edsts and expenses, if the total amount due is not sooner  paid.  The Collector will be pleased to receive any information respecting the following list where the  owner is a member of the Allied Forces and entitled to tbe benefits of Section 29 of the Taxation Amendment Act, 1918. ** ' . '  Name of Claim.  Assessed Owner  Lot       Taxes to 30th  No. June, 1919  Costs  Total  1  ..  1  -1  i  2  i  4  2  I  I  0 -  iS  I  1  *������  1  .  1  ���������2  2  2  1  1  1  3  ->  0  2  7  i  1  1  1  1  ->  1  3  p>  3  2  2  2  o  Armstrong Wood. R. G   Arnold .Connoliv. Win   Atlin Coifey, Wm -  Atlin Fractional No. 2 .Coffey, Win   AlmaN Loweuing;    Matthew, G. T.;   Gosnell,  W.; Antin, N. J.;  Maione. J. D. ...  Alt urns Williams & Murdotf   Bryjiii Fletcher. F.:    McKay, A.;   Nealands,  H. G   Big 2 North American Collieries, T.t.d   Bonanza _ :.   North American Collieries. Ltd   Blue Qunvtz Kootenay Consolidated Mines, Ltd   Beaver Williams & Murdoff.....   Blue Bird Williams & Murdoff...   Cleopatra  Kelly, A. H   Corinthian Field, L., et al   Canadian Queen .-. Darby, S   Caledonian Fractional .-. Williams <fc Murdoif   Drummer Kootenoy Consolidated Mines. Ltd   Daisy v Williame & Murdoff   Daisy Fractional. Williams &, Murdoff   Exchequer Kelly, A. H   Elise  Flying Dutchman    Franklin..   Garfield :...  Golden Belle Fractional  Golden Belle   Golden Eagle   Hillside  **^J^H^BRfc ^^9 _^_3  mm     Um    0mm. mm      ���������.    ���������]  you are needing  or  ^HIBH  -StStmrnW   Peters. Mrs. M .���������    Hutcheson, W. H., et al    North American Collie>ies, Ltd    Ci.mpbcll, A. .1... ���������...    Williams & Murdoff    Williams ~~ Murdoff    Williams & Murdoff    Williams & Murdoff   Happy Jean Williams & Murdoff   Iroquois Wheatley, .Tos   Independence Hutehoson, W. II., et al   Jubilee Garrett, Keei'e   joker Shrnm, R. It .*   Joint Fractional L.itulippe. ,.   Lodostone Williams & Murdoff   Mars Hutcheson, W. H., et, al      51-W  Maud S Will. Lnniw   M. S Wragge, E. C; Tuttle. A. 11.; Clandy.  R. B   Margaret  William'- ������Ss Murdoff ....  lobrnuka Girl North American Culler  ieH, Ltd.  mmOW IS  -\ixk-Zr  *-~XX*-~-  *L-x>  VV <*  li;i.vi*    i.i.sL  of  .iiese  vu.loa.u-i.1  a.  nt (Jrenton  1  i'ilV  bfiiiwuii   Clin  W 00 UP*  U@I  <jQ)iiptii._r  Nobv  Napoleon L'EcuyiM-, Mrs, II. A  Nugget. Fractional Pool, W. 13., et al        I'MOo  Oronnp-n Behnsen, C L .' .'   Pilot Knei'i  Hutrhi'Non. W. II., et al   Phnebiiit Hutcheson, VV. ii., e-i. al   Porcupine North American Collor'u.--*, Ltd   Planet  Sbee-p Cre-ek Bonan/a Eng. Co.. lad..  ���������Planet Wo. 2 .Slie-ep Creek iionan/.a iCug. i'ei.. Lid.  p. & L... Fie-lel, L., et. al    _{.*y..r Koole.-iuy Conuor-datcd Mines, Ltd.  Riverside Williams & Murdoff   Riverside Fractional WiMiains-& Murdoff   jSan'.iago .Le*iuii-������iA, "���������'.">.   Santingo Fractional LeMieux, F..D   a till water Fiaertional  Thobnin, Mrs   E  Htlllwater       Davys, M. S.   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JlII^|n^^'^4^,"f,*. jjir. *t-^a  m*m>M>mh������������iw**t*a>ihmm>m,  mm  MM  4.4-HM  m-i  Mwtl44t4t u^yMjW^Aa^i||^tMM  *rr*".ii3;wJ(-*^uww"vP!a!a. 'j\  TEBVXEW,     CTESTOSf,  cure a  clear     majority.       In a two- j Chain Ox Imperial  member    constituency,    a    candidate j  Proportional Representation  ���������No. 2  cr  . i.  In la->t week's article, ou tin* above  subject some of the inequalities of  our present system of electing representatives lc public office were pointed out, the growth of the i'.R. method of election noted, and onc or two  principles underlying that method  outlined. In conclusion it was stated  that an endeavor would bc made to  explain the method of voting an������.������  election   in   this   week's  article.  First of all, let it be repeated and  emphasized that it is thc essence of  representative government that ev-  votcr shoulel be represented in  representative asscmbiv. n a  proportion of thc electorate come io feel that thcy have  no voice in the Government, the distance is short to that dangerous state  of mind which regards political processes as futile and hopeless.  world today, Canada included,  quires   to   guard   against   this.  The theory of  resentation  party or group of opinion should be  represented in parliament, or legislature, or municipal council, in proportion to its voting strength���������that majorities may rule and minorities be  beard. Uow docs Proportional Rep-  ������������������..sciuauon put this theory into prac-  tii-e? The method used is what is  known as  the  transfi-rable vote.  Whrn    thc    ballot,   with   the   list   of  a  who obtains one more than a third {  would be elected, for only two candidates can each poll more than a  third. If three members arc to be  elected, it would take one more vote  than a fourth of tbe votes cast to ensure election.  This quota necessary to election is,  therefore, found by dividing the total  number of votes cast by one more  than thc number of representatives to  bc elected and adding one. For example, assuming that there are three  candidates to be elected, and the total vote cast was 620. The latter figure divided by four (that is, one more  than the number to bc elected) gives  155, and this, plus one, gives 156,  which would be,the quota, and as not  more than three candidates could secure that number, regardless of how  many might be in the field, those  three would  be  elected.  Thc next question is: How arc the  votes   counted   and   transferred?  (a)   The first preference votes  obtained by each candidate are noted���������  that is, the candidates opposite whose  names  thc  figure  1  has  been  marked j  by the  voters.  (b)' Thc quota is ascertained in thc  manner   outlined   above.  (c) Candidates, if any, who havc  received the quota, or more than thc  quota, are  declared elected.  (d) Surplus votes of those candidates   who   have   received  more   than  Aerodromes  London.���������Right Hon. Mr. Weir, at  a public welcome to the crew of. the  R-34 at Glasgow, stated that he looked forward to the time when there  would be a chain of imperial aerodromes linking tbe main units of the  Empire and connected by auxiliary  services to the smaller nations." Hc  said that he had great faith in the  usefulness of coastal flying boats, as  proposed in connection with Australian and West Indian coastal services. Military reasons, he stated, required the linking up of thc Empire  by definite routes, largely coinciding  with the commercial routes. He deprecated the government action in  monopolizing civil aviation, and anticipated great results from the rivalry of private firms.  Sir Robert Home stated that the  public had not yet realized the remarkable war work accomplished by  thc airships. The Admiralty had  started with eight and finished with  a   hundred���������beating   the   Germans.  "Br*"* **  BY DR. SAMUEL HAMILTON.  is  mat  eac.  The  re-  Proportional   Rep-  Keguiate Cold Storage  Washington.���������Federal regulation of  cold storage as an aid in reducing the  cost of living was agreed to by the  house   agriculture   committee,   as   re-  cointncntlcu   dv  tne  !n    1i  address on the high cost of living.  The committee reported a Bill limiting thc time that food may bc held  in storage to twelve months, and providing that cold storage food must  be olainly marked.  r-x vr   T-y 4-x  their quota are transferred, in strict  proportions, to the unclcctcd candidate.*-, indicated as the next preferences by the voters (that is, candidates  having the figure 2 opposie Llic-ir  names).  (c) Any further candidates who, as  thc result of such transfer of second  preferences, havc received the necessary  quota  are  declared elected.  (f) The candidates lowest on. the  poll are then eliminated onc after another, and the. votes thcy receive are j CATARRHOZONE NEVER I*  transferred in .accordance with the, Dripi)i���������i, frorn lhc nosc ., Qnc of  next choice of thc electors indicated i tllc fonlo-Ht" and most disgusting  thereon. This process is continued I symptoms of a Catarrhal cold. By  until   thc   required  number   of  candi- using    Catarrbozone    you    cure    this  quickly���������cure   it   because     you  bathe  the lining of the nose and throat with  RUNJNlJN-UJNUSJbi UliLU������  STOPPED INSTANTLY  Throat-Is  Cleared,   Headache   Stops,  Sniffles Go for Good  It is because of the "war that  the perfect physical man has all  at once become the idol of the  world. You can make of yourself, even  rather late in life, almost anything you  like. You are'not going to get fit in one  day, one month, or, perhaps, a year,  unless you take enough outdoor exercise  to keep the circulation going and practise  the athlete's first principle���������to keep the  system clean. He does not give his body  a chance to absorb poisons. He not  only takes his cold shower, after exercise,  but he knows a cleansing of the intestines  is important, and he takes occasionally a  good regulator and liver cleanser, such  as a dose of castor oil, or, what is much  better, a tiny pill made up of May-apple,  aloin and jalap, and sold by almost all  druggists in the land as Dr. Pierce's  Pleasant Pellets.  V^ Keep the "kidneys in good order also.  Avoid too much meat, alcohol or tea. Drink plenty of pure water,  preferably hot water, before meals, and drive the uric acid out of the  system by taking ������������������Anuric"' (anti-uric-acid).    This can bc obtameu  ������*��������������� t    <r������ j-rv-**. m~*xc*,+-    rx "j*-**���������������t*   r* >Tf-.**���������   __> . _",-_*._*i  t~-v aixiivou **li'L0r   *���������������������������������������������"��������������������������� *���������-*���������& ^vviwi  Send a bottle of water to the chemist at Dr. Pierce's Invalids'  Hotel, Buffalo, N- Y., and you -will receive free medical advice as to  whether the kidneys are affected. When your kidneys get sluggish  and clog, you suffer from backache, sick-headaches, dizzy spells, or  twinges q.nd pains of lumbago, rheumatism or gout; or sleep is disturbed two or three times a night. Take heed, before too late! __Get  Anuric (anti-uric-acid), for it will put new life into your kidneys and  your entire system. Ask your nearest druggist for it or send Dr.  Pierce ten cents for trial package of "Anuric"  Admiral Beatty  Given Banquet  dates have obtained a quota, or the  number of candidates not eliminated  is   reduced   lo   the   number     of   seats  . ������������������; i' iul.i.! i-s   tor  an   ....fltce,   say  a  mum-  i in,;!   council,  is   p:*-..:-*-.-nted.   tbc   clec-  !��������� ���������'*.  in -t cad  oi  niarkir.!.- "X" after his  .���������' ��������� ������������������.i.��������� t���������.   ur   ."!,���������<  ices   if   more   than   onc.  ip     tO    ir''    i 'i'  '���������������������������'  el.  as   at  present,  votes  ....   ioi !.������*,'.-���������*:  i a )    !>y   pl'.ic  ir,-    the   uirure   1   after  !:i-    'avwril''    '.'  u-dida'.--.         The   voter  .-.pn-lU'  his  Vi.ie_.aii l.  it    will  be seen, therefore, that  whereas under our present systcm  thc voter who marks a ballot for a  canddatc who is at the foot of the  poll completely loses his representation in thc. public body for which thc  election   is   held,   under   Proportional  T"i  l.r  {*--**/>..  tl*.  -A.  ! i J  .liter        lilS  numlVvhK.  pleases   in  r, unci   may  :*, iv.~<-   i'or  a  . ���������-   "lian   are  v.;.;. ^r_p_i.__i__4_.i_    uu,    jiavmg  sccurc the. election of his first choice,  has his ballot transferred to his second choice; if his second choice fails  of election, his vote is transferred to  his third choice, and so on. Thus  every voter, in the final analysis, is  represented by a representative for  whom he recorder a preference. Surely, a more democratic and fairer way  than obtains under our present system.  (Xi'xt wi i Ip some examples eif how  P.R. has wi.r.p-eel out where it has  been tried will be Riven, anel possibly  p-onie  eif ihe objci'iions  r.aise'il ae.ainst  that powerful antiseptic of the Blue  Gum  of Australia.  So healing is Catarrhozone that you  feel wonderfully benefited in five  minutes' use of thc inhaler. Nothing  ever devised cures a cough, cold or  sore throat so quickly. No drugs to  take, nothing to upset tbc stomach���������  you follow nature's own plan in using Catarrhoi-one which supplies  healing essences and soothing balsams in vapor form to the places that  are needing  treatment.  Results talk���������that's why thousands  rely solely upon Catarrhozone to prevent and cure their winter ills. Get  the complete .$1.00 outfit, it lasts two  months; small size 50c, sample size  ill dealers and the Catarrhozone  Kingston,  Canada.  25c,  Co.,  r  A. !  he-"'  t.'j'i  al      I''-  in ������������������    '" ' ''un  ;a! ���������      i'.iu:  ���������>��������� ��������� !   .Iiul  d.)  Jakey's Comeback  ���������nl.n'i'g:   Yuu   v;is   a   liar,   and   a  .veil     Do   you   hear   dot?  l.. in :   1   heanl  you already, and  :   v'.u   v.'i:  Jos   Martin   to   Run   as   Labor   Man  London.���������Joseph Martin, former  member of the British House of  Common;-, stales in a letter received  here"; that he is returning from 'Vancouver and hopes to contest South  Islington iu the Labor interests at  lhe   next  election.  Unique   Compliment   By   Sailors   To  Admirals Of British Fleet  Portsmouth, England. ��������� "Vice-Admiral Sir David Beatty was given an  unique compliment when, with 42 of  his admirals, hc was entertained at  dinner in the town hall here by some  500 lower deck men, arid presented  with a silver cigar box as a token of  loyalty and affection from all tbe ratings in the navy.  The day was made a great occasion here, salutes being fired upon the  vice-admiral's arrival and his automobile being hauled through the  streets to the town ball by sailors.  Twenty thousand townspeople gathered at the town hall and cheered  heartily, while thc 500 hosts of the  vice-admiral formed up on thc steps  to welcome  him.  T  ...-. r-1 /. ���������-.        IT .-������ rr\ ",ni*  JUV.LP.V.4, ��������� i.^. ��������� .x ��������� .  London Prices Fall  An increase sts  courtesy on the part of shopkeepers  and a decrease in prices have resulted  from the profiteering act passed by  parliament. Clothing bas dropped 35  per cent, in cost. Fruits have gone  down 50 per cent. Dealers have ceased to charge for wrappings.  BABY'S OWN TABLETS  OF GREAT HELP  Owing"'to the ovcrsupply of optical  illusions  it  is  difficult  to  make  some i  men believe what thev see.  liking   to   voursell".  WHERE MONEY IS TIGHT  l.ve.rybody suffers, when boots are  tight your corn sulTors, but they can  be painlessly cured by Putnam's Corn  IvUraetor. ". iiiaranteed in all cases.  Use  ers.  uly   Putnam's,  25c,  at  ab  deal-  on iy  ������������������������������������!, be-   Minard's  Liniment Cures Burns, Etc.  ii'   r - *.'���������',   .' ���������! ,i uh- y,   a   man   i-mM   n-'Ce-ssar-  ;'    '���������������������������'?���������   :*;���������.��������� a   ili'-i i" l,e< ause* lie  lake's a  pie-lure.  i I e  iiia v  I," a  photographer.  she:  '������������������������^.<IJ^mi--.nqdyiJpA.m  ��������� .mt ttXjm-*S , iHrnfm-^J.-lm  ^m  Build lip  fl  M  vvun vj!au-esiHiUD  T) I     ..       !*.,   .      "j." 1    .���������     ���������'!*..  tie I fill KM        lOi       llii      lJ������-.l'Jl.ii Ji Hi  Mrtvor nnd Lccflurj-f. u tunriaheQ  (.c-r..-.ua   lood value b .w.ce.a-  <*. *    .    !.   V.,      .     A]..      t .  --ii.ii   ^/ *  %-tl XAIXHLAItL\l 1 .14,       1.4.    .1  in   hotiy   ami   inn i ������t  It Makes New Friends Every Day.  ���������Not a day goes by that Dr. Thomas' Hclectric Oil docs not widen the  circle of its friends. Orelc^s for ir  come from the most unlikely places  in the. west and far north, for its  fame has travelled far. Jt deserves  this attention, for no oil has dome so  much for humanity. Its moderate  cost makes it easy to get.  The man with anti-collapsible  views must indulge in vestibule trains  of  thought.  Mothers, if your baby or growing  chiid is sickly; if he does not sleep  well at night; if he cries a great deal;  is constipated and bis little bowels  and stomach are not working right,  give him Baby's Own Tablets���������they  have proved of great help to thousands of mothers. Concerning the  Tablets, Mrs. W. H. Dccater, Corson's Siding. Ont., says: "I have used  Baby's Own Tablets and have found  them excellent for the little ones, and  would not be without them." The  Tablets arc a mild but thorough laxative and arc guaranteed to contain  (no harmful drug���������that is why they  5always do good and never harm.  j They are sold by medicine dealers or  I bv mail at 25 cents a box from The  D'r.  vilh  Williams'   Medicine   Co.,   Brock-  Out.   i.r.1.:  .' J ijtuu.-  VVc'vc noticed this; since  lion went into effect there are more  pretty little girls with new hair ribbons on than there used to bc. ��������� Detroit Free Press.  Minard's   Liniment   for   sale  where.  every-  By stopping to  think a woman o<-  casionally  gives  her  tongue  a  rest.  Teacher: "A biped is anything that  go en on two feet. Can anyone name  onc?"  Pupil:  "Sure,  a  pair  of  stockings."  H  II  ������^*eg    ^ ������, v^Xji ^-A|(  1 s  w *a r'y-vtf . .      If'Sl t      ���������"/*/**"  Ll  i'l  iii  1 T  Ub^ib ������v.wuw uy vc&i  I   ������f? rmri.tr* V-������       .'��������������� $,***'%. r**y*rfnWi '  All     Ut.04.       Ir         O              H Mm.'Uvi-iU'Tjr'AtL.  Soldiers Will Maintain Law  "The   Veterans  of "France  and  Comrades" Incorporated for  That Purpose-  Ottawa. "The Veteran-- of France  and Comrades," a corporation with  head office at Hamilton, has been  granted incorporation, according to  iiotii-.e. given in the current isstio of  the Canada Gazette. The corporation  Is grantcel for pin*pnr,eo including tho  following:  "To i-it'iiul by Urn civil uutlioritiea  In  .*,ii.I,.,. .-,.-,;,..u ..r mob lav." and Im"-.*"  feJtT.e,  '"In u.;c . very Mid'-iivm' powulbln to  ie>������tc.ir.   iituiucd  tioldlci'B   to   iv  uoebil  ��������� < <    I *    1',". ���������*  !.J    144    .   ,) |,l         '.,11        lUJl,  Tho elliictoij.   uro  John   Aude.iuon,  M,f' ,| biiuou    Vlndl'iyuoii,    D,CM���������  I '.i.'.>,i,| j.uw<i.  A,  ,-".:.i.u*, John  I"Tcv,*-  I   toll,     ..J, A l,    ,41,4.4.    |i.U(    i.lhl   ,|,    .p,    v.i������'J"'__.  ���������U  ��������� f '.hr ��������� i-.y of If.in-.mou,  "Tin*.  ONLY TABLETS MARKED  "BAYER"   ARE  ASPIRIN  Not Aspirin at All without thc "Bayer Cross1  i,.lffs.ym~.   ���������***���������*���������"  '-  b  i.  ��������� ft ##������*.**��������� I-**'  :|  i.i  "T-t  ~4  fAi'iif. ,.(-,* < auaeil by lhe p-<.-'-" iij'o  of tight I-ontR, but no-r ono iienii \*~  ([���������eMibl-*-)   wilh   tbr.m   lotm   Avhp������      <���������'*������  i4!...*.lf ��������� "p-jiif-el/ iii i\~\\.,\\-.'.y,~ Con**.  Ct-ft* (���������; ->.v:u!.'.bl-*,  *T*!B  w.  w.  vs.  121*4  j. UU     i.~-il.tr 0,lL^ t:L   '      Lit,     ,'xi.^ll.H..  lllro FlfiMllnr. on nllvr-r. It. -noulMvaly  iiii-ntlllfm ilu. only uonulntt A������pliln,���������-  tho Anplrln proatirlnml by *pbyn!oiw.5  to. ovttr nhiettoem yattm i<tul -iov  mndo In Cknaela.  Alwnyti buy nn unlnrnkon pneiUni-o  ~72xl4x\i ~td VMSy vou <1.������i>Ii.'l-u-���������"Z  ������".������.;-!.ti. |J t!w Iv.**..���������.pi jur.iL (*;-:i.;!-)l*-r������-t!. t  i������,Mj|lcuj'UleiiJtp-r e>( iHiUoylUinoio,    vvntie-. ll  |{i^JUlf;Hi������ilVi*<1  tn   M**t"t*������l   il>e> )p1I*>II������  itjfulnut  onintalnii proper ellrne-tbrnn for Coltiu.  I huiejuolui, Tootlinclio, ICjiriuJio, Neuralgia, Luml)i*f*o, lUionuiiitlnm, Neurl-  tlfl. Joint l'aliiM, anel Palu RonprttHy.  Tin bo*tr-i������ of l* tjiblot* oo������t bun  ii few centi". liar^or "Uayflr" paeikef"������*!,  *i_"/c_.--*-"*lro*a mt-ut tcy ���������"���������Qaycr**  ���������l Orui.-.^e*. <*>* tl-p.yfli- "f.frtmifrtptiire* -*.f "efoft"**  U troll known that Aaptrtn ineann Simrmr  |iijttiill.r..������.  pl.c 'l'.iMr.t3 of  Itoyrr e'nnitiajiM  .-.-.,....       ,\..     .'I r������ r-r. ,.    t.rr.0...  <*���������>'.  IS  .-il  te  tm  ���������f ��������� r  i'i  tr-T.-  rH  {jl  m  ���������^���������M____MtaB^^,_^ta^  '���������^^������������������irtet-iiwijw^iewa^^  .Wa4j_i^'_u_���������a_l, Lh  i'* liiihi'^'Wf^'fe.Ki, THE     REVIEW,     CEESTON,     B.     C,
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Winnipeg.���There is sufficient butter in cold storage in the warehouses
of the Manitoba Cold Storage Company and the William Davies Company to take care of Manitoba's home
consumption for nearly five months,
reports filed by tbe managers'of-the
two plants at a recent session of the
Board of Commerce food probe revealed.
Gordon W. Shantz, general manager of the Manitoba Cold Storage
Company, stated that there are in
storage at present 1,367,000^ pounds
of butter.    John MacPherson,    man
ager of William
Davics' plant, *  has
Notables Marked
For Assassination
Rumanians Seize
���a6nnan
have
earry-
and   a
367,878 pounds of butter in storage,
making a total of 1,704,878 " pounds
of butter stored .in these two warehouses at present. Both managers
���declared that this w^s nothing out of
the ordinary and certainly not an abnormal condition.
The Manitoba Cold Storage    plant
has a matter of 1,110,000 dozen  eggs
in storage.
Particulars of tbc butter stored
with the William Davies Company
showed that Arthur Lobb, M.L.A.
for Rockwood, has 13,500 pounds.
Ovcr a half million pounds of
frozen beef is storaged by the same
firm for Gordon, Ironside and Fares,
also 30,000 barrels of pickled pork.
One of the men assisting with the
work of the commission made the
comment at the close of the session
that hc believed there would be discovered 3,000,000 pounds of beef irr
cold storage in Manitoba .before the
board was through its probe.
Testimony Giver. By Former Military
Attache   of   German
Consulate
San Francisco, Cal.���Charles M.
Schwab, Sir Cecil Spring-Rice, former British* Ambassador to the United States; Lord Fisher, of the British Admiralty; the late Lord Kitchener, and the British vice-consulate
at Enzenada, Mexico, were marked
for assassination by agents cf the
German government, according to
sworn testimony given ^ by former
First Lieutenant Wilhclm von Brin-
cken, formerly military attache of
the German consulate in San Francisco, to Commissioner of Immigration Henry M. White., of Seattle,
Washington.
A transcript of the statement was
received here by Attorney Henry M.
Clothing Is Next
On Price List
~\~LLxll.._
GixrfL
the
Owens, von Brincken's legal adviser
in San Francisco. Von Brinckcn is
serving -a two-year sentence in thc
federal penitentiary at McNeil's
Island for thc part hc played in the
so-called Hindu conspiracy case.
Manned  By Four  Officers  Who  Resented Their Arrest
Geneva.���Rumanian     troops     have      _  . o
seized a big German biplane
ing 300,000,000 paper, rubles
miniature but complete printing press
at Hotin, Bessarabia, according to
the Rumanian bureau at Berne. Thc
plane, which was en route to Moscow, was forced to land at Hotin bc- __  .,
,      i    i-   ���     _t t       .1 Evidence
cause of a leak in thc gasoline tank.
It was manned by four German  offi-j     Toronto.���Another   sitting  of
ccrs,   who are   said  to  have resented   Board of Commerce will be held here
thcir arrest.    The rubles were all saiel Jwhen   Judee   Robson.   chairman,   W.
to havc been new notes. | F*   O'Connor,  vice-chairman,   and   F.
A. Acland, deputy minister of labor,
will be the commissioners present.
The probe will embrace the retailers' end of the high price of wearing
apparel. Retailers will be called to
give evidence, and the costs will be
worked back to the manufacturer to
see where the great spread comes in
the prices of all textiles at the present time.
The -sitting of tbe court promises
further interest in the fact that the
"big five" packers will bc on hand
to fi,*''lit to- the last ditch the order
bringing down the price of wholesale
pork products.
Russian General
���v! U  111 IH JU M.       *""_. V 111 I   iUtTx-.vB.
IS A SERIOUS
BOWEL TROUBLE
mn Activities In Baltic
Germany's
T-i It
iicceu'.
���jjcricrai    v <-n
Der Goltz Will Not Satisfy
Supreme Council
Paris.���Germany's recall of General
von der Goltz from the Baltic region
will  not  satisfy, the   Supreme   Council, it is asserted,  the  Council being
determined  to   place   economic  pressure   on   Germany   until  all   German
soldiers    are    withdrawn    from    the
Baltic.
While    it cannot    be  said    that  a
blockade is actually on, steps are be-
irtrr     tnlrAn     Sr.     lp.p-i--.rr oVn-.il.-     finoniPl-l
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pressure which will speedily cut off
the German food supply and bring
thc German public to a realization of
thc fact that German activities in the
Baltic states must cease.
Custom Receipts
Ottawa.���Customs receipts Tor tbe
six months of thc fiscal year ending
September 30 totalled $82,269,212, an
increase ovcr tbc same period last
year of $256,323. For thc month of
September alone receipts .totalled
$14,833,240, which was $2,756,729
greater than in  September, 1918.
"SYRUP OF FIGS"
' CHILD'S LAXATIVE
Very few people escape an attack
of Summer Complaint. It may be
slight, or it may be severe, but nearly every-one is liable to it.
You can't tell, when it seizes on
you,  how  it  may  end.
Allow   the   profuse   diarrhoea,   thc
i -r .r-*.��-��-��i <J-��- *���* nr-        ��-i��-.<-1 <nii i--yim rr-        *I-_-\ -���rf^'n'fl*nt1'��
V   -txjXXXX kjll^ -XXXSyX. -pUlglll^ I,*-* vm.-*-..-*- *������.- -~T~i
for a day or two and you will become
weak and prostrated.
Just as soon as tbc bowels become
loosened up, get a bottle of Dr. Fowler's Extract of Wild Strawberry
and check these unnatural movements, and thus prevent the system
from  becoming weakened.
Mrs. L. J. Altecn. wife of the well
known wholesale and retail Fish
Dealer, 44 Hill St., Amherst, N.S.,
writes:���"I have four children, the
oldest being eight years old. Every
summer they were troubled with
Summer Complaint. Doctors' prescriptions did not seem to help them j proachin
***��_/���        \mS *x*m,     v*.e_*je      cj_.     iii-viiu     aoAva 	
use Dr. Fowler's Extract of
Strawberry. I at once got a bottle,
and to my surprise and wonder, I
soon saw a change in them. I now
keep a bottle "of it in thc house all the
time, and will recommend it to any
mother."
"Dr. Fowler's" is 35c. a bottle.
Get the original which has been put
up for the past 74 ycars by Tbe T.
Milburn  Co.,  Limited. Toronto,  Ont.
For the Arrest of Two United States
Officers
Vladivostok. ��� Maj.-Gen. Graves,
commander of the United States
forces in Siberia, has demanded an
apology from General Rozaiioff, in
command of Russian troops in Pria-
mur province, for thc arrest of' two
United States officers, Captain L. P.
Johns and Corporal Benjamin Speer-
ling, and thc flogging of the latter
by Cossacks commanded by General
Kalminkoff. An investigation of the
conduct of a Japanese officer at
Iman, the place where thc arrests
took place, bas also been begun by
tjie Japanese high command. The
incident, which occurred September
5, is considered one of the most serious to occur since thc allies landed
in Siberia. The men were arrested
by a detachment of Cossacks, who
claimed the Americans were not provided with  identification papers.
St. Louis, }-.lo.���Warning that if
Germany is permitted to continue her
"nefarious operations" in Russia, in
ten years she would become ~# psyvf-
crful a�� before the -war, David U.
Francis, American ambassador* *s^
Russia, talking before the conventien
of thc American Bankers' Association, said the real solution of industrial unrest in Russia and thc Urni-ad
States is in the peace treaty. He
urged immediate ratification of -ilu*.
League of Nations.
He charged that tbe Brcst-Litovsk
treaty  was  arranged  by limine ^rith
y I i!_.��Xli_r ,      ��lll*a       111.*.'.      Xr*r)llllL.     *_rlr|.*_t,       X->*V*--'
sky were Gern_an agents. Ijthor
troubles ail over the world einanates-d
from Russia, he said, and said it
was impossible to establish pcs.ee in
Europe while the Bolshervisti fecigced
in Russia.
Nezro Attacks  White  Woman.
r-.
V*��.
May Flame Into War
Italian  Situation  Becoming  More  of
an international Question
Paris.���The inflamed conditions in
the Adriatic region and the dissolution of the Italian parliament for the
holding of a general election on November 16, as Rome dispatches have
announced, is giving the supreme
council much concern, in view of the
possibility of all the Balkans becoming  involved in  thc  turmoil.
In peace conference circles thc ap-
g    Italian    elections are    rc-
iiip-uu ��o��.p;a "^jj^   garded as a struggle between the war
U. 5. Shipyard Tied Up Now
About  60,000  Men in, Grip  of Great
Industrial Struggle
San Francisco.���Involving approximately 60,000 men, including both
skilled and unskilled labor, San Francisco, Oakland and Alameda are in
the grip of industrial disturbances
which have greatly hampered industry in the., entire San Francisco Bay
district. Shipyard and iron trades
workers, tailors, stevedors, taxi drivers, clerks, street railway employees,
ferry boat employees and river steamer men  are affected.
The most serious development in
the labor situation came when 25,000
shipyard and iron trades workers- in
Oakland and Alameda, and 30,000 in
San Francisco, struck. The shipyard
and iron workers went out in an effort to force the payment of a wage
increase of  eight  cents  per hour.
Union officials say thc tie-up of
the ship3rards is complete. No statement was forthcoming from thc California Metal Trades Association.
-V is.iuiK.-i, ��
white woman, was attacked by a n~-
gro iu the rear of ber bcine. Th*
negro   escaped.
The. "Wisiner home is in the ix.tr~.rt
of Omaha's "black belt," **srjbich ����
under control of military ~xx~h.oii~lft-\
under the command of Majior-Gen-
eral   Leonard  Wood.
Wooden man to Go
Beriin.���"The great v��ooden von
Hindenburg monument, which during
the war was studded by the populace
with nails, represeiiting" eo much
money, will be demolished, according
to  the  Vossischc   Zeitung.
D'Annumzio Aids Regulars
Look at tongue!  Remove poisons from little stomach,
liver and bowels
Blockade   of  Fiume  Is   More   Severe
Than Formerly
Rome.���Orders . closing the Jugoslav frontier have led to tbc chief of
staff of the 26th Italian regiment
army corps at Abbassia to interview
Captain d'Annunzio's chief of staff
and discuss measures to be. taken.
Tbis has resulted in the sending of
some of Captain d'Annunzio's volunteers io hold the armistice line according to tbc Hpoca, which adds:
"Thc event -shows tlie cordial collaboration between tlie d'Annuiizio
troops  and  the  regulars."
The- correspondent of the Hpoca
sayfp the blockade oi Fiume is more
severe than formerly, even mail being held at the frontier. Then- is
food sufficient for three months for
thc  population  of  Finnic.
Milk Advances In Toronto
and peace parties, or rather between
the forces on the military side and
those of socialistic and pacific tendencies, while it appears that d'An-
nunzio and Fiume would be an issue.
Thc feeling is growing in Paris that
as d'Anntinzio bas indicated that bis
aspirations include far more than
Fiume, thc Italian situation is daily
becoming more of an international
question.
The: view is expressed here that
the agitation might flame into war
any day, if, for instance, a Jugo-Slav
should happen to be killed by Italian
troops.
eiocKaae x-*egiii5
Paris.���The blockade of Germany
which was threatened by thc allies in
case tbe German troops of General
von der Goltz were not removed
from the Baltic region has started,
according to the Intransigent-it. No
food ships, it declares, will bc permitted   to  start for     Germany  until
fur-he.
ordcrs
*.su
A.
Im Much Canadian Bacon
Vessels now on tbc way to German ports, however, will bc permitted  to  proceed to thcir  destinations.
^v#*w.-   !
. ...   y%,   v
j Cu&ara Helps dear Away
Dacdnilf asd Irritation
"On retiring, comb the hair out et-e-aigM;
then make a partinpr. Ken-ay rubbias in
Cuticura Ointmcrit -with tha end of the
finger. Anoint additional partings until
the whole scalp ha3 been treate_ji. Place
a light covering over the hair to protect
the pillow from possible -stain. The next
morning ehampejo with Cut'e**ura t>oap
nnd lint -water, usiag t>lejn.tv of boap, best
applied with the hands. Rinse in tepid
*w.ater. Repeat in two weeka if needed.
Cuticura Soap, Ointment and Talcum
25c. each plus Canadian duties.
You Cannot Motor In Comfort Without Them
So   Plentiful  Thai  It  Is  .being  Sold
To  Soapmakers in England
Montreal.���The Herald" quotes a
man who has just returned from
Liverpool as claiming that unrequired
Canadian bacon was sent to thc soap
factories in Kngland. "Canadian
bacon is a drug on the market, in
Ivi-.!-::-!," ray:* thc Herald's informant. "When J was at Liverpool 2,000
eases of Cnnaelian bacon were going
bad on tlio. wharves there. It was
senlel to Lever Bros, to melt down to
soap. Cases of Canadian bacon of
500-pound lot cases sold for la 2d
each, or 28 cents for 500 pounds."
���v.-
only
���mi! "(".<lifeirnia" Svrur* of Figs
-look for lhe name, caluoima
eon tbc parKagc, then you ;uc ���.uro
your chilel hi having the best and
most harmless laxative or pbyaic for
the Utile tiloiu.iib, liver and bov.-clr,.
Children leivt- its dcliciou.. f fruity
In-ite*. .Mill directions for child':* done
on raeh bottler*. Give, it without tear.
ldollie-i ! Vou uuihl nay "C.ilifoi ui.i."
Instead  of   15  Ticlcctr,  for  it  Dollar
Consumer  Will  Receive
Only 13
Toronto.���Under  tbe   order  of  the
Board of    Commerce,    the    price of
mill, will be increased here.    Instead
of   15   tickets   for $1,   the  consumer.*
.P   '11      ��.rP��.'      04.4*01.40      1*l|      thrift.*-      /*���>����� <r1p *.
name guiii, which means nn advance
of a cent per pint.
Thc board permitted an increar.c
to the farmer of 45 centn a can,
whieh,   upon   the  bar-ii   of   ronKiimp-
liujj of eS.GGO CullS pel il.e.V, Indus .i).
ijJiie.Jt.iii llieoiiie Uj llic f.nun is en
$7,700  :,   flnv    , ,   lejv- inn   ,    ,    . , .,,���
4r .   P-..1 4..J.      X    X.I -L...H...LX       x^x-xlx...
London. ��� William C. Adnmnon,
chairman of the Labor party In parliament leader of the opposition there,
*\M��*��".'*.^^
(���PATENT APP1!.IKI�� 1��"0��,<
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hit;',   tel
lelCL'i
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d    to
���rer'.^Tr.j ,
Lloyd George, askinK that parliament
uhould  be  summoned  Immediately.
Wip^iJ.Hl.J.1        V  llla^CLr      -J.' A4_4 4_UI-4__
Madrid.��� Carcaf.euc.ante. and Llrla,
village* in the province of Valencia,
are reported to have been Inundated
by flood��. The damaj/e is reported
heavy.
W.
N.
tr.
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ROYAL SIMPLEX WINDSHIELD WINGS
MOVABt.K IN   ALT.  DIKKCTIONS
TIIIiY  KEEP OUT  DUST, WIND, KA1N,  SLKti' AND  SNOW
I Will ftli*o Biljuiit to  throw  the.  air directly  upon  the  orcupan.p.  oi  tne  iron.   *e..t* ���
���net  tonncau   nt   will.     Thev  Royal   Simiilex   Wliifn   err  1.:m<"'OTnt--'.-   ..���.������."_;iie.',   ..ml |
adel  x note ol  iiiHtuictiou  to  mc  juicii  ��ut<>i..pjLuit���*,i.\  u.'..'.  A,..,.,   .^i  i'..y  ��.'..4_..4...
arade ot cni'd.     Cnn be clamped on miy  m.ike of car in five miiuit-i;.
Thi.  ialn o( the*)  Koy.jl   Kin-plcx   Winirs  ha*j   Uren   ciiomivoii*   -.luce   U.ty   v. no   fii*e
put ou the market  in  the  United  JSutc'-.
T.adlei ntad no   Protection  to  their (aces when  riding In  the  <:on:   e>e��t  when   the
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tha front tent,     lei  rainy  weather It  li r.e*.t  nccftsray  to r.-.e   tii!e   iciiri.-.ins  foi   th.-
front   ieat,   thereby   allou-int'   the��  driver   th��   ��ir..e   vifw of   lhe   red   -a:   in   tl<.u
���weather.
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tsawwKBrMiiia ri~-i-~3&*"f****k.  SBRi  ^i.Mr.^im.l.iuMP-^'M.Mi'p.ll'l.T-L-J^fJ-^-g-*^  THE   CREST03   REVIEW  ���������WMI*lll*|l|������������*iWlW������.*  m  Local and  ersonai  Fok Salk���������Set single buggy hai-ness  and cart.    Mawson Bros.  T. J. Crawford was a business visitor  in Spokane the fore part eif the .week,  J. G. Smith left on a business visit  *e> Calgary. Alta., and will be gone a  month.  The vital statistics for September  show eme birth, ne) marriages and two  .1   r. ,.   4   1.   ..  <<Ccllll.->.  Fob Sale���������Horse, quiet animal, "just  right foi- ranch work. A. N. Couling,  Ct-e^ston.  Cow For Sai.k���������Grade Holstein, 4  years old, te) freshen January 1st S.  A. Speers.  .Tanitor Wantkd ��������� For Methodist  chinch. $5 a month. Apply Mrs. F.  K. Smith.  Mis. M. Young i.s spending a few  .lays this week with friends in Bonners  Ferrv, Idaho.  Fob Sale���������Empire cream separator,  cost $100, will sell for $50. Enquire  Revikw Office.  Fob Sale���������Heifer calf six months  old, three-quarter Jersey. "VV. V.  Jackson, Creston.  Miss OJga Anderson of the central  telephone staff, was a week end visitor  with friends in Cranbrook.  C W. Allan, manager of the Imperial Bank, spent -i. few days this week  with friends in Calgary, Alta.  Father Muj-phv f>f Cranbrook will  be here for^Sunday and take tbe usual  services in Holy Cross Church.  Mawson Bros, invite your inspection of a new stock of enanielware,  which they have just opened up.  Mrs. (Dr ) Pyne of Provo City, Utah,  is a, Creston visitor at present, the  guest of her brother, John Arrow-  smith.  Geo. Me*ad_ who is ein the Imperial  stall" at "Natal, was a Thanksgiving  visitor- here with his mother, at the  Creston Heilei.  Fob .Sale���������Graele cow and heifer,  feather bed, typewriter, boy's bicycle,  carpenter's toolsv- Mrs. W. B. Forward, Creston.  Manager Bennett of the Bank of  Commerce is taking his two week's  vacation at present, with Mr. Exshaw  e>f Vancouver relieving hirn.  Mis. (Hev.)G. H. Hamilton will receive for the first time on Wednesday  afternoon, Oetober 22nd, anel every  fourth Weeliie\**day thereafter.  Christ Church harvest thanksgiving  se-rvii-t's this year will   be   on Snnday.  ,(������eu. 20th. with worship both morning*  anel evening at the usual hours.  Tin* Me-fheielist Laelies' Aid announce  their annual hallowe'en social for Friday, Oe-t. :-51st. in Speers' Hall, with an  admission e.f 35 and 15 cents.    -Games,  programme and lunch.  Posters are up announcing the Salvation Army drive for funds in the  Valley to commence on the 15th, although as yet. no canvassers have put  in an appearance about town.  Mrs. Ben Long eif Seattle is spending  a few days with Creston friends this  week. Mr. Long is still in the sound  city, but it is likely they will be returning shortly to reside here.  Ideal weather prevailed on Memday  fen- Thanksgiving Day, and in consequence hunters wrought some havoc  amongst tbe ducks, though we have  not heard of any deer being taken.  H. A. Weisenberg, who recently  closed up the White Lunch restaurant  here, accompanied by his wife and  family, haye moyed to LaVerne,Io\va,  where the*y will reside for the present-  Fir logs-have been on the shipping  list i������ut of Cieston this month. Fred  Belanger has loaded out about ton  cars of them destined for Meiosejaw,  Sask., where the C.P.R. is utilizing  tiiem for piling. **     .  There was a great rush for a 'supply-  fro rn the first car of Lethbridge coal,  which R. Lamont unloaded early this  weak, retailing at $9.75 direct from  the car. Just now the supply of wood  in-town is limited.  Penson & Willson started work last  week on the new residence Jas. Adlard  is having erected or. his town pvopei-ty  recently acepiired of W. B. Embree ein  the Barton estate. It will, be bungalow style, 36 x 24 feet.  W. Meighen, C. P. R. auditor of  Cranbrook, is here on an official visit  t.'nis week; Business in evei,vr deoart-  ment at the local station is almost  elouble that of a year ago. wjth the  exception of ticket sales.  At the Cranbrook fair this mont  Creston exhibitirs brought home 00 of  the prize tickets in the fruit and vegetable classes, 83 of which were won on  fruit. R. Dodds had the best watermelon at the big Ea.st Kootenay fair.  S. li. Evans of Revelstoke was here  a few days last week with Mrs. Evans,  guests of Mr. and Mrs. Edmondson.  Mr. Evans was in charge of one of the  engines that pulled the royal train be-  tWp-ien Kamloops and Revelstoke last  month.  Mrs. Geo. Jacks arrived a few days  ago from the Old Country to join he-  husband here. They are occupying  the Reid cottage on Fourth Stree-t.  Mr. Jacks was overseas with the.102nd  Battalion, and was'married while on  active service. Her mother accompanies Mis. Jacks.  At a recent meeting of tbe members  of the congregation of Creston Methodist Church the following were appointed a finance committee: F. K.  Smith. H. Peirter, D. Linn, H. Gobbett  and   Vie-ten-   Mawson.    R.   B.   Staples  was asked and has consented to reorganize the choir.  The 1919 thanksgiving dinner under  Presbyterian Ladies' Aid auspices on  Fridav niiarht was  the  most successful  " 'Si1  dinner they haye yet served. An excellent repast was spread and there  was. a fine turnout of diners. After  paying all expenses the aid will have  $70 to the good.  Miss Vesta Smith e.f Levviston, Idaho, was a week-end visitor here with  Mr. and Mrs. T. Mawson, leaving on  Tuesday for New Denver where her  marriage to Hugh Gunn, son of G. M.  Gunn, a former provincial police here,  takes place this week. Mrs. Angus  Cameron accompanied her.  A. G. Langley   of   Revelstoke,   the   lady exhibitors with 14 first prizes on  M  i\s.  vr..,.i,..i ..  xp-ici^y i*c-,4i  r_  nd children, wife e.f F.  H. Mayled, who recently purchased  Mayor Little's town ranch, left on  Friday fen- a couple of months' with  her parents at Admiral. Sask. Mrs.  Mayled has been enjoying rather poor  health this month, and the change is  hoped to haye a beneficial effect.  E. Mallandaine has the carpenters  at work ou i two-story office building  which is being erected at the corner of  the 15-acre lot opposite Lidgate Bros,  garage. The lower Moor will be utilized as the waterworks company office,  while the top story will likely be taken  as a meeting place for  tiie   G.W.V.A.  The Stockbreeders' Association is  now marketing their cut of Hats hay,  about 200 tons of which will be available direct to those who were unable  to put up their own supply. The price  of the loose hay is $8 a ton at tbe  stack���������on Nick's island. Tbe buyer  makes his own hauling arrangements.  proyincial mining engineer, was a  Creston visitor last week, and during  his stay inspected the claims of the  B.C. Iron Co.,..Ltd., at Kitchener in  company with G. A. M. Young. Mr.  Langley was impressed with the showing of ore, but recommend more de-  yelopement on the property before  bringing in the diamond drill to test  them out.  The W. V. Jackson ranch heads the  list.in the matter of total entries at  this year's fall fair with 30, to which  must be added another nine made by  Mrs. Jackson. Mrs. Jas. Cook scored  the  most pronounced  success of  the  21,entnes. In the canned goods section she obtained five firsts and a second in the seven sections in which  prizes were obtainable.  Rossland has recently put on a night  policeman temporarily. One of his  chie*f duties is to round up stray cattle  the pound fees being expected to almost P'ty his salary.  The Heiald is protesting against the  issue of a permit to erect a garage  three doors south of the postoffice at  Penticton. It claims gar-ages should  not be allowed   on   the   town's   main  ri. 0   KJti%=Jr���������L. I  TEACHER Or VIOLIN t&  VIOLONCELLO  An Old Friend to the  Front Again!  M     m'-mP -*~M  \\ <    . il"'"  nllci'i i ������������������<������':  I           J *     I      It I     '                      r       4  III ���������     I       '         It I       .                                          I  /           ' I '         P  \    i ���������: i ���������, i i j ,  'Fo. ^>  2. :������������������. 5  I      0-!J  Mr.-;.|,*l:.st  i   ���������  i i   <i   ��������� i  -. I u >l'l -.       \ V   I ie"'i.  v<  '  . .. -. m.x-..^-i^*4*4.   ^j~j lum^AmtdmxxmmmmirmiXAlm    mm  m m ~>   ~~-  ���������MJf*   HAW   0  ������  f   r 0   teft-IH  w   ������     0  ft <HW  v-.mmmm.m-miimvmt  Terms on application.  Highest class tuition guaranteed.  Tro  iiu  S!  parent Oven Disiiss  Save Fuel, Food and Labor  orauofnoK'    <i_.'ieaner.s  r.f.lv.Vp,.rpolr Q   t't. frx..  aim     j-cyers,  T-4*<.r__._-������olp rlr-p������  These frosty mornings feelingly remind that the cooler  weather is not far off, and that  rx I-.'  pI.T  it is not a oit too eany to oe  investigating stocks of cooler  \i7__iO fr V������ a**   nrofii"  ,������ yjxviLixxyjx     vv yjxxx .  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.  No SUGAR- Famine���������No occasion to  complain of the sugar shortage when  you can buy honey at30 cents a pound  provided you bring your own 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.  With all the fall apples disposed of  the Valley's output in these varietys  will easily account- foi- 70 carloads.  This week the winter sorts are tnoying  ami it looks safe* te> predict an apple  export of over 100 carloads. There is  a shortage of apple packers, anel the  market is demanding wrapped apples  \ilmost exclusively.  L. A. Burton, a Cranbrook electrician, was here on Monday" making some  alterations on the electrical-equipment  at Lhe Peekin theatre. To still fhrtber  improve the picture service Manager  Rodgers has placed an order for a 10  h.p. engine to operate the power and  lighting system, finding the present 8  h.p. engine a trifle toe, light to hendle  the load.  Pyrex saves about one-half the  fuel usually required, because it  absorbs nearly all the oven heat  and bakes food quickly.  It saves food in many ways.  Meats, vegetables, etc., when cooked in Pyrex, retain their natural  flavor to snob a degree that econo-  omy may be practised in buying  the less expensive, kinds and yet  hnve delicious foods.  Pyrex saves labor���������it is always  free from grease and odors, for  nothing can penetrate tlie hard,  smooth surface. You can wasli it  as easily as your china and silver.  Every practical shape and size  for baking is made in Pyrex.  We invite your inspection of  a complete line of PYREX  now on display.  This season it will be par"  ticularly good business no  only to investigate but also to  buy early. The supply of  heavy wearables is limited,  and there is no certainty of  some   lines    being   replaced.  T*t>*~  a. mo  TTTr\4-.lr  VV \jL-il\.  vxrrv       A fpp-p. \-*T  vv t~       yxv xv pp  attention i.o a  Xx *  SuOWilij,  onomal  .* 1-4*��������� *-  PP., a  rx-'  Ui  Sweaters  H eavy U nderwear  Heavy Socks  W ���������    y"v *~~ ���������% ri r I���������* *~~ ������-\ 4-/-'  X i ������~rCi v V     jl   eil I L*_������  Gloves.     Mitts  Buy your fall and winter  needs from. these lines early,  making sure of quality at a  moderate price.   -  General Merchant  Better  Service  BROTHERS  Lower  Prices  We   are   distributors for the  i  H-Bsslor  Put,   on   i'or  $25   and  guaranteed    to   satisfy  am!   uoi.   io  break���������or  meuie-y re-fun. I'-d.  If \em w-int   a  (iiir lo work  Inr you, buy a  Tonl.  If'    ������.'( )��������� J    tf ��������������� I | (      J  ,,    .... .,."���������    e  , ,    I ...... .  i  lili    ���������)    / ��������� ��������� i I ���������      1 111 p'    i'iiivijiI liiiiii'  4 ������������������ -I. 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