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Creston Review Sep 26, 1919

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Array mj/ -mam     mm S 5(  SdX    1 vur  '~9  Mrs. Knotb has been spending a  couple of weeks ^this month with her  daughter, Mrs. Barnhardr, at Glenlily,  a nine-pound young* son having arrived  in the Barn hard t family on the 10th  tnst.  Work nt the new high level bridge  goes on satisfactory. Cribbing is being put in fii for the bridges over the  smaller ravines, asd the* str-mps .ire  being blown out e>f the right of way.  It, is reported that some ejf the iron  work for the structure has also arriveel.  Now the haying is completed A. D.  Pochin has his auto livery running in  good shape and is getting ready tei  handle his share of the fall fair busi-  ;p.P4yc:   -Ftr/PIM   fr.Vlo      Itttll      Mtirl      fP'*.rn������-P       T."sl*P>'.  Last week's he>pe e>f having the new  r.oom at the school in operation by  oarlv in October have gone glimmer-  ing, word coming this week that the  firm entrusted with supplying the  elesks had not them in stock, and if  these have to be waited fen- it mav be  were interred in the local cemetrv on  Wednesday     afternoon,   "e?    J.   S.  Mahoeid   taking the funeral services,  with Messrs. R. .T. Long, C. O. Rodgers,  B. MallawHine,  Jas.   Compton, C. F.  Hayes and S. A. Speeris officiating as  pallbearers, a large showing of flowers  and many citizens at the graveside bespeaking   the popularity of deceased.  The late Mrs.  Miller was in her thirtieth    year,   and   was  a daughter  of  Mrs. M\ Young.    Her hnsbanb prede-  ce-ased here almost avear, having been  carried  off  by the   flu   epidemic last  November.    Five  young children are  left   behind, and    to   them   and   the  sorrowing     relatives    very     genuine  sympathy is extended.  g~--*~j3-0Sm������-*~~ok F&ss*  Saturday's kW&ovB&s  ���������������������������-nth.!  room  rllP/M I, ll  p-.J-V,        .-,  '������* XI.) .J   ,  PJ-.-p  Up  st-ra  is available.    The  trustees mav  to i'i-*r *ud f'pp.ii.or.'Lr'v desks 'Miel  ;__��������� Ton  * ft      l * I-  make tne churcn seats do.  At the Literary Society meeting on  Friday night last it was nip and tuck  ���������is to whether the dehators favoring  -wheat growing or fruit raising should  be* de. lared winners, but the judges  favored the wheat men, whose case  was handled by Earl Carver and Geo.  Strong. Messrs. Gilbert and Manfred  Samuelson handled the fruit case, the  latter making a decidedly good impression as a debater*, considering his  age. At the close a collection was  taken amounting to $4, which will be  used to buy games for the club.  Cranbrook   fall  fair, which  has   always heen favored with fair turnout  of visitors from  the  Creston   Valley,  wiii be heid on Wednesdey and Thursday next. Oct. 1st and 2nd. and from  all apperance is going to be the "beast  all round exhibition the divisional city  has yet had.    Cranbrook and district  has woke up recently to the yalue of  their   annual  fall  fair, and both   the  lenvnspeopie  and the -.'armers are cooperating  in a fashion that promises  to bring out a showing h\ all departments   that  will   surprise   those   whe>  have been at this fair-for the past few  years.    Creston    is   also   co-operating  in its usual heavty fashion, which assures  a  crowded   display in the fruit  .section, as we'd, as adding its quota to  the roots -:nd vege-  II   is said and never disputed,  that  tlie-   Canadian     Nortfiwest    Mounted  Jfoiice  never fails   to get a man one*-*. __ - - ,-,.,,,     ,._,     .,        ..        ..  they start after him, if the trail leads j Fre.*.d McOall. oUhe Canadian air force,  around the world.    The reason whv is j ������������pt. lucC.all will .ilso be prepared to  strikingly shown in Vilagraph's latest I cail'v passengers on special trips dm  -  P-    -       ^  .,.-.���������  r.Xi  f*   -,.~      5.,       f  I,,  L-JJf   P-'Olll _'r:*_| I 14.11   i.i    _.������p  tables. The outdoor attractions are  splendid, i.-.eluding exhibitions of flying with* "stnntin_r" features bv Capt.  FredM    ------  adventure serial. "A Fight for Millions." which will be seen in the Peekin  theatre on Saturday. A troop starts  after the outlaws in the first chapter  and for fifteen thrilling, swift moving-  episodes it is give and take, first one  and then the either getting the upper  hand, until the troopers finally win  out. There are many battles with  hard riding and quick shoeiting, aii  screened with wonderful realism under  the direction of William Duncan, who  plays the leading male role, supported  by Edith Johnson, Joe Ryan and other  "Fighting Trail*' favor*tes.  ing both days e>f Che fair. There will  be the usual line of horse racing, for  which Preside'-t Rutlcdge enjoys some  distinction for at-ranging, as well as  a line of .'porting events and athletics  chat will amply occupy the time of  both days'of the fair. Of course there i class  will he dances both evenings as well.  Cranbrook is eiut this year to make a  j name for itself as entertainers, awl  j visiteirs are assured a verv hearty wel-  come. Foi- a break of a few days from  j work Crestonites will nei't have a  better short-holiday opportunity that  next   week's   Cranbrook   fair   affords.  postponed  till  a  later date  than announced   in   last   week's   issue.     The i  rooms, however, will he open on Oct. j  3rd for the receiving  of  the outstanding work.     The  annual  meeting  will  be announced next week.  The last of the Valley's crop of  Wealthy .apples moved out early in  the week, the year's yielb-of these being placed at 12,000 poxes. Mcintosh  Reds are now to the force and wil be a  larger crop' than anticipated also.  Both these varieties have gone out un.  wrapped and have sold at good  prices, but the winter varieties will  have to be wrapped and graded. The  sugar shortage is crippling the demand for the winter varieties due to  prairie buyers not having storage and  being timid buyers until such time as  the sugar situation is relieved.  The fail fair directors are in final  session this (Thursday) evening making last arrangements foi- the fair on  Saturday, There has been a. whole  lot of last-minute rush getting" things  in shaye at the grounds, but by Saturday morning the main building and  sheds, as well as the grounds themselves, will be in good shape for the  exhibition. Tlie numder of "entries  this year is almost on a par with last  year, no a thoroughly representative  exhibit is assured in almost every  The sports committee have arranged an attractive program of races,  etc.. which will start at 3 prompt.  There will also be two baseball games,  between Creston,. Porthiil and Wycliffe teams, the first of which will  start, at 1.30 prompt.  ~L-B  WW  ia&B  To-night the society will debate the       Mrs. Attley, whei has been  question as to whether poultry is more ! some weeks on a visit  to her  profitable than dairying, with Mrs.  Leslie Mclnnes and ��������� T. R. Mawson  talking chickens, and Mrs. McMuarry  and E. VanAckeran defending the  dairy cows. All are "-nite coiii'^eteut  em the subject assigned them and a  first-class argument i.s anticipated. -^  here for  brother,  W. G. Littlejohn. is leaving on the r_e  turn trip to England the latter part o  the week.  Miss. Telford left, on Sunday for  Spokane, wheie she is spending a few  davs visiting friends.  % 1 JO  iL-ucai anel i ersona  P@&kassps  9-ri.-wc.  SJf������  ,T. O. Oswald of Vancouver, assistant provincial censor nnd inspector eif  hieiving picture theatres, was here on  an official visit Wednesday, and found  thc Peekin up to standard jn every  respect.  .v.pfxv *-���������_?.������--,  i-)---*S  on  "twiT^'-i iV\-friY  <J.Q. Rodgers  *|-tiarit- a suiptiitfiit c>-i  about   twenty  head   of  his   purebred j-grade,   only about  .0 packages a, day  Shropshire sheep te> a rancher at Ores- ! being handled.    It is expected the ax  cent Valley last .week.  pressoiJ_.ee will- be closed  by the end  of the numth at the latest.  '" A. W. Lyster of Yeuingstown. Alta.  who was scouring the valley feu- fruit    last week, loaded out a car of apples  ~" ] here on   Monday.    Much of it was of  E. F.Drake, federal superintendent j the  smaller   sizes anel was purchased  ' at quite a number of rani.-hes.  Mr. aud Mrs.  mv. auu i*  are visiting here  Peck's  of reclamation work at Ottawa, accompanied by his assistant, R. S. Bur-  ley, had a look over Kootenay Flats  oii Thursday last, while em Friday  they were motored to Bonners Ferry  hy President Constable eif the Creston  board of trade, and C. B. Garland,  where they had ample opportunity to  investigate t-he Idaho side of the project, as well as to see just what these  lauds are producing, leaving for the  oast em Saturday. They were thoroughly impressed with the^peissibili-  ties of the area ohee it is brought und.  er  cultivation,   and   se>   far   as   they  would  commit   themselves   it    seems j Sr|.,,0| building there  certain the fullest -co-operation of flu- j  Dominion   authorities  may he  looked  for in  the work   necessary te>  elea-rin-.  ine tiie feasibility of the project.  R-. G, L, Chirk, of .Vancouver, chief  "B.C. fruit inspector was a visitor here  on Friday.    He w;asat Traif eai-lier in  Thc strange atmosphere e>f the Far  East has been faithfully reproduced in  "Vengeance," the new World Picture  which has been secured by the Peekin  theatre and will be shown on Monday  night:  The story told in "Vei.gai.ee," is an  enthralling one. a strange one  and a  Tt-.  <l.u-.ilc   \y_tl.  allv  s.OS--:.^"*^-- ^���������^-���������A'i^J-:^A^.-*iJ*J^..LAit^l^  the smelter '.city: which 4.he?f''slates Svas  well up to the standard of the other  years.  The White Lunch Restaurant, which  has been in operation in the e>ld armory building on Fourth street for the  past year, has been forceel te> close due  to the purchase* of the building by A.  E. French, who will utilize it for a barber shop.  nt4..4U',4j!t\/ir   4\vt.  "���������*--*-v"*'*"i->  1 the-experiences of John Gnddlestei'n.������,  j half Indian, bait Englishman, who iu-  *"-'������������������ hfcTits th. .legacy*: ot. hate r,from his ...em-?..  bittered father. The young man has  been brought up by the priests of the  Temple of Buddha, but he has but  small respect for that faith and when,  upon his twenty-first birthday, the  call to veiigance comes unexpee-tedly  into his life, he elrops everything lo  folleuv out his father's wishes.  Mrs. \V.,McKay of Cranbrook w;i������  a visitor here a few days last week,  the guest of the Misses Bathie.  A. Grady and E. Hook of Spokane  are here at present, the guest of the  former's father, J. J. Grady.  Sergt. Harry Bathie, accompanied  by his bride, arrived from England  the latter part of,the week, and are at  present guests of his father, Jed.?-.  Bathie here. Sergt. Bathie has now  five years to his credit in khaki,having joined up at Calgary, Alta.. shortly aftejt- hostilities commenced. He  was rather badly knocked out. in the  fighting in 1916, being buried alive in  i a cave-in of a trench struck bv one of  Fritz big shells. Fortunately he was  hauled out in the nick eif time, and  after being discharged from-the hospital some months later he has officiated a"j drill instrue-tor and in several  other capacities. He looks about the  same as ever physically, and both he  and Mrs. Bathie are warnilv welcomed.  Another Wyndel -soldier to return  also ������ast week is fie. Gns. Rudd, a. son  of Mr. and "Mrs. J. B. Rudel. who mov-  here from Pinchcr Creek, Alta., about,  a year ago. He is also accompanied  by his English bride. He was through  much e>t the heavy fighting in the  drives of 1918, but leioks none tin-  worse for the. heavy camapigning in  France.  3. Tvo who has been here all season  prospecting, made a showing of his  ores from his Wynndel mine in the  prospee:.tor's class at the* Nelson fair  this week, carrying off second prize  on the display.  The Ashley Cooper raiu-h certainly  made Wynmlel orchard products famous at the Nelson fruit fair, the  Forest Stream rane-h carrying off nine  prizes on fourteen entrien, anel in  rather keen competition. Six of tin-  wins were firsts, as follow s:    Jonathan  -* T-Tvt.,1 ixr.    47,..j,\\sz      VSt,\-\i\xz    RfP|P*l'l.jr  J. S. Peck and family  this week  with  Mrs.  parents Mr. anil Mrs. G. Cartwright. '   Mr.  Peck   left  for   home   at  Eilft-ioutein, Alta., yesterday.  Miss Stella MeKelvcy l.ft em Frielay  ("or   Corvallis,   Ore'gon.   wh������-re   she   is  taking the* full commercial course* e>'V-  j ereel hy that institution.  I      W, G. Birne-y has bee*n at Creston a  i few days t his week,   doing   the   paint  ing and   eh'ce.rafing  on   the-   new high  SilD'Sm BU3IBB&B* iW-i!mmSS  Rl.viiow renders this week will learn  with sine.-eMei regret eif the ileath eif  Mi'H. Andy Miller, who b.jsse-il away  at the Nelson hospital on Tue'sday  morning following an operation a few  days previaus for goitre-. At tin- lime  she went i,o tin* hospital it was recog-  niz.eel the operation was a serious one  but having couu- through it ^lici'cs.-p-  fully the best was liopeel fur. There-mains wen- brought to ('ri'ston .mil  Ceo, "Markwick eif Mi-dicinc Hat,  Alta.. arriveel this week for a short  visit witli Mr. iiml :Mrs. C'ot te-rill. Mr.  Markwick is steward of t.h.e Cypri'ss  Club in that e-ity anel on the eve of his  departure wms presentcel with a purse  eif monoy���������to lu-ip the- more eiijoyably  spend his vacation.  1 l-re'.*-,by|e>ri,in pastor Campbell of  1 Kaslo has hail Ainsworth addi'd to  ; the list of cougregal ions he*  is    expccl-  ������iel to spiritually sustain.  1  . Penfieleui i-aniii'iy is e-nipleiying 125  ' li.uu'.s, .i:;<l the wccklv payroll is* ; 11 -  . me is t $1(11)0,    ami    it,    is   e-xpce.te-d    the  plan! will run until almoKt ('hristmas.  tneeting of the Auto  Assoe.iation is scheduled for next  Thursday night. There should be a  good attetielane.e to arrange i'e>r the  visit of Hem. .1. 11. King, minister eif  works, whei is expectetl here early  next month.  ''The Home" is the subject fou the  rally day service in the Presbyterian  Church on Sunday morning at 11 e>'  clock. Parents anil children meet together for this service. All are'cordially invited to attend. Come, and  make this a real rally day.  The finishing touches in the way of  painting are being put on the new  high school building this wee-k, the  desks having he-en installe-el several  days ago, anel the- plastering linisheel  last. week, (..lasses will start the- sen-  son's weirk there on Monelay.  Through an olel series of circumstances he meets Klsie, Laely'Drillingcourt.  and their lives touch time ami again.  Lady Drillingcourt is the ward eif  Andrew CuiUilestoue, John's uncle-.  Andrew is the man against whom  John's hate i.s directeei. An Indian  slave girl whei tails in love with Je>hn  adds to the complication of Ihe play.  The   whole proeluctiem    is elaborate  el   intensely   intcre-sfh  ing from start to finish.  d-BS&G SMiiSijj  ���������**-. 1 . . r ���������        T-.vT_-lr-.r_      #p������  ���������*>'."���������*��������� ������*     xj.v.-,..f     ������������������  plums.  Italian Prunes. Flemish Beau-  The three  *:XtU       d-vxt  ty and Ben re Fo.-c peai-i  ���������������iecondf--i-wet-_* .i;ailir--it:-d "  Red apples. Yellow Egg plums and St.  Louise da bonne de Jersev pears. Mr.  Cooper's only disappointment was  that he did not se-ore em his Gryven-  steins and Wjigners, which c.tptureil  first anel second last year. The- winning is all the* inoi-pp cr������*ditable in that,  it was gathered at randon through  the orchiird the morning of the day it"  w,-is shipped to Ni'lson.  M.s.-*   Sutherland  coast lhe latter par  has lie'en   illst.-ilh-el  for tiiis term.    Sin-  hgi- mot her.  an ivi'd from the  I of i he- week, anel  as a teacher hen-  is .Il.l 1 iiii j*..i*.i J.'d    I'.y  ��������� i>  fain  ish   thi*  hrides.  Alice Siding will likely furn-  lirsl   uf   Ilie-A'alle-v's   (iclohei-  Mi. Binm-lsun. the- Trail cont rae-leir  was hen* a e-uiipli* of .'lavs last wri'k,  plasie'iing I he addil ion .1. 11. Webster  lia*i built  t' 1 his linn  i' hero.  \T,  rs. .Morgan Long, whei has been  visiting at Fairfax. Wash., and other  points in that slate, for the- past few  weeks, retifi'iieil hemic em Fridav.  Mrs. W. 11. Hilton mul  elre-n iroi aw.iv on l*ridav  tl  i;i  II'    o  Id  b,  h o n 11  ���������-.������������������ni'  in    Hngl  1 be t wo cbil-  011 a.  visit   to  md. and    will  nn Mil hs.  W. II. F.-n-ri'll w  af Ni'lson a couple  eif-rhe \\ e'ek,  is a t ui si ncss visit. >r  of elavs  the* miildli'  usiness Accounts  Creston district brass baiuUhas just  been ri'-organi'/eil with P. R. Truscott  as president, nnd Gerald Craigie' as  se-e-reMary. The former lias also been  u.Jirij'd temporary leader of tlu> organization whie.'h is practising regularly  and will like-ly be- heard from on fair  day.  Ace'eiriling to pri'sent scheelule his  royal highness, the Prime- of Wales  sheiuld be passing through Creston on  his special train lute next Wednesila v  afternoon. 1 le- is due out of Kelson at  1 p.m. thill, day, and will probably  make a short stay af Balfour on the  trip east..  The olel City llakery building, next  Till'. I'nviKW. has been leased by .Mrs.  C Bruce of .'in-.' hiland. .Mt.i., who in  tends opening out iu it iu themillin-  e>ry anel e-hililren anel ladies' we-arline.  Slie is packing up her uloe-k neiw for  shipment, ami c*.pccls te* b<> open for  'ur iiie'.'i enrlv ni'Vt, niotilh.'  We-elding bells are- heanl  more than  Tlie Bai'thiilonii-w ranch h-"'s lu'en  soKl. Morg.m Long who at present  has it rented having n-e-euved niitiere  tet vae-atc bv lhe* end of Octeiber.  titmaBm'trMantvauixnmstmmvnmt  Bamaaaaaaeaa  aatTjaatsaxm-vsa-sixwiviaKaSiatm  mm a  W^r 4^v\ et*% fl" g^/CSfc  t~  ti ij^^*x^ ^~t~ ^^  MONDA Y NIGHT  &t~irf'i������!iS tit <S  suit*.-as. i-/>  Jt JJXf il    SS 0,0 1    v..  t    /7 0*f/,)/AI)  "��������� VENGEANCE  j",   m. iTjgiMw^^a'B-'iaiae  :^rx.-���������:-.���������, .-  x������snjn9iiiii|iiiii;..������.mN ii^i  /^z-izzZ^-'y/'Z  m-.  ^HE *  EEVTEW,     CRESTOH,  -'���������B-\  IiiSXJJSIZm  Sunken Lyes  Brighten Quickly,  Health Returns  In a Message to Ailing W.mei. Doctor  Hw-i.o.. Tells How \\ Is Don?  In speaking of thc ills from which  -women suffer, Dr. Hami'iion points  out that nine out of every ten women are. by nature inclined to habitual constipation. Harsh purgatives  arc resorted to, which only intensify  thc trouble. Although not generally  known, it is a constipated condition  of the bowels that causes hah" thc  sickness   and     tired   weariness      with  Riigg!i*s went out into thc street  hot of heart and blurred as to his  eyes. But these conditions were as  nothing compared to the mystification of his mind. No doubt he felt  rather like*, a dog which has been  caught and whipped without in the]  least understanding why (perhaps j  because thc cat had misbehaved dur-i  ing the night). Rugglcs had no  Unowli.i.lge of any cat. r"*or did lie, as  many men might havc done, consider  ! Darthea as of this class of supreme  I egois's. Hc did not blame Darthea;  lhe did not blame anybody. Hc was  merely  very  pu'._���������.!ed   and  very   sad.  Wandering   aimlessly,      lie   crossed  j tlie   Gardens   and   came     out   on   the  Boulevard   Saint-Michel,   then   turned  ! in    the   direction   of   the   river,   prob-  atlie Deeply,  Then Listen For  That Bronchial Wheeze  Dangerous    to    Neglect    Troubles  in the Chest, Throat or Nose  at This Season  which all womankind i** so familiar, i ..hiv following the line of least rc-  lt was after long years of study .that |sisUincc aml because it was easier to  Dr.     Hamilton     perfected    tlio     pibs , ,111   m  . , ��������� ,    , 1,,,,,   r-(   _-���������,-i*   ne,r-.-1-1-.->.���������.<   walk downhill than on thc level. -Men  which  havc   been  ot   suen   111.11 \ cuou.s 1  benefit to women thc world over. Jn  his pills of Mandrake and Butternut  every sufferer will find an r.bsoluU*  speciiic for constipation, sick headache and biliousness. It is safe to  say that Dr. Hamilton's Pills bring  belter health and kcepthc system in  a more vigorous condition than any  other medicine ever discovered. At  aii  dealers,  in  25c  boxes.  Copyrighted. Printed by special  arrangement  with   Thos.  Allen,  Toronto.  JJ  (Continued.) .  Ruggles had no desire to crowd his  wares on Darthea. For the sake of  the Walkeasy Company hc might  havc made thc effort to hold her. But  for his own sake lie would not. So,  with his heart like lead in its mourning for thc death of her sympathy,  and his eyes as hungry as those of a  dog for a slight hint of kindness, hc  said:  ���������'All right,     then I suppose there's  no  need  for  nie  to  bother  you     any  are apt to feel that way after such  an experience as that of Ruggles. He  was tired, too, having walked several  miles in the course of the. morning,  which would not havc mattered much  under ordinary circumstances, but  all thc spring appeared to have gone  out of his knees, and on arriving opposite the Cafe Harcourt lie slid in  behind a table with his back to the  wall and  ordered  coffee.  Repose and the inky mixture of  chicory and some few beans of the  order Rttbiaccoc contributed to clear  Ruggles's bewildered brain. With  clearer thought came also a certain  amount of belter'cheer, for Rugglcs,  as lias been several times said, was a  born optimist. After all, the situation was not so hopeless. Darthea  was an arlist and very young, and  for both reasons infused with more  than her due allowance of romance.  He had come spinning into her life  like a plumed knight-errant and she  had endowed him with a station  which he did not possess.  Although conscious of a certain  tender" sentiment for Darthea, Rugglcs was by no means in love with  her, nor -did hc deceive himself in  this respect. But she was the first  j girl friend of her class that the boy  had ever possessed, and - this friendship had been very sweet and dear  to him; more so, perhaps, than if it  had been  colored with  passion.     He  Rough, wheezy breathing means  danger ahead. Kvcry day you defer  treatment makes it harder to cure.  Don't delay. Bronchial and lung  troubles arc all too frequent. Start  today with "Catarrhozone," breathe  in its pure balsamic vapor. Let its  iic.iijtig fumes do for you wh.ii. stomach medicine never can. Nothing so  certain as a Catarrhozone Inhaler to  strengthen^a weak throat, to rid you  of Bronchitis, to drive out catarrh,  coughs and colds. Use Catarrhozone.  to prevent, to cure your winter ills.  Physicians endorse it, hospitals use  it. Thousands swear by it. Two  months' treatment, large size, $1.00:  smallcr sizes 25 cents and 50 cents,  all dealers or Tlie Catarrhozone Co.,  Kingston;  Canada.  his temerity. Then thc door to an  adjoining room opened, and Ruth  entered. Ruggles could not have told  to his dying day what she wore. If  it had been a bathing peignoir, it is  probable that -he would not have observed the fact.  It may havc been that-Ruth had  second sight and divined that Ruggles had some real and pressing need  of her, or perhaps it was merely her  natural graciousness of manner. At  any rate, thc instant she entered, all  of Rugglcs's embarrassment vanished, and as their eyes met, he fcit; that  hc had-made no mistake in coming  to her.  "How do you do, Mr. Rugglcs?"  said Ruth, and offered him her firm  little hand. "I'm very glad to see  \-ou.    Won't you sit down?"  Ruth was her father's own daughter, her brother's own sister, and no  employee of the Walkeasy Company  was iu any danger of being snubbed  at her hands. She would havc re-  "ceived the door-boy of ��������� tiie Paris  store if she had known that hc was  in thc service of the company. Thc  New York State manager, whom her  father had asked to dine with them  at their hotel in New Vork City *bc-1  fore thcy had  sailed for Kuropc,  had  in having fired his heart with, ambition���������and demand her sympathy and  advice.  There was nothing presumptuous  about this swift decision on the boy's  part.     Hc   felt   honestly   that   it   was I told her that he had worked  liis way  El  .r\'%ry~r  rS~f 3.  o  Paper Specialties  a  J  'THE makers, of  -������������������������������������������������������ the famous Eddy  Matches arc also makers  of a long line ol Paper  Specialties.   It is likely  **P4PJ     Vr.1t     rtVf.     P.1QIHW    ������./\-YPi-  ..-���������-.       J   xr -X      . ���������       ��������� -(_,       ���������~mxxxr  of these products every  day ��������� perhaps without  knowing it.  The next iime you buy  TOILET   PAPER  Tp   -   -������>T^T--      I-O^OX/IT-I    TNT/"J    rx,.  PAPER SERVIETTES  look for Eddy's name. It*  is your best guarantee of  satisfaction and the best  possible value for your  money. Our experience  of raore than 60 years in  business is your safeguard  The E. B. EDDY CO. Limited  HULL, Canada  Also noaI<ers oflnijiirsted Fibre-wars  Yvasliiubs, .-a..'-, etc.  C-S  ^E  _-2C  Mounted Police Strength  ���������t.  right, and there was about it something rather line and belonging to a  feudal age. His mother and father  before him had lived and labored and  the   service   of  the   company.  led  longer.     Maybe   vou're  right.  After  all, I'm not in the same class with  you,   I  guess.     I   might  have   known  it-  -1:  1   hadn'  -n  I   hadn't���������"  His  hi-  hi  throat   and   hc  voice   caught   in  walked   toward   the   door,   which   was  railier   blurred   and   indistinct.      Darthea    followed    Iii"*     *-tr::i(rl,t  and  white  as an   Easter lily.  1! -**   opened  d'.:ui!'iii'-r, wen  d   him,   straight  and   still  thc   door   of   the  out���������and turned.  ante  d-bye,"  he  said.  c,  Dar.ht.".  answered,  li*.!*-   k-.-ob  .0   close   lhc  ".ir.:.  ���������   ].;.���������..._���������'.....   :  epe-at.-d.     "I  you   agam.  '  \  ...a.iKi   sciz<  ���������1   him.      He  c:  '-_-;   :..'���������.:*.....   as  it  re hied  on  -  4  ::-* d : or. ar.  1 raised it  to  IV. u  was very fond of her, and deeply admired- and respected her, and it cut  hint deeply, not only in his pride, but  in his heart, that she could think him  capable of cheap deception. Hc hoped, however, that on reflection she  would relent, in which case he was  quite ready and willing to forgive her  and bc readmitted to her friendship.  There was much-that was doglikc in  Ruggles's devotion.  Meanwhile, however, he was cheered by thc reflection that there still  remained to him two stable quantities on which to nail his worldly  faith���������the Downings and thc Walk-  easy Shoe Company. He worshipped botli and felt that neither could  ever betray his confidence. Had Dick  Downing been accessible, thc chan-  , . j ces are that Ruggles would have  louuit the courage to ge> straight to  him in liis perplexity, for hc felt a  dire need of friendly counsel after  1 )arihca's  apostasy.       But     he     had  red.  thc-  iirr  ! An.'.-i'R'.'., while Mr. Downing, senior,  , v'.-i ���������,'.������������������'.:; not in the. best of health,  , had  I'r.ii.aiued in'  Swilzerlaiul with his  . il.lUf-llle.l'.  ll   was   still,   hi-ivv'i'.vcr,   with   a  very  heavy   heart  thai   kug-.'h'S  crossed   the  , .'i'pf j-   aud    start'..d    to    walk   Up       the  , Champs   .���������'.ly.S'-.e.,   on   his   way   bade  to  1 iiie    link,    room    in    I'assy   where   ho.  !    ;      . '.   : '1   []:���������������������������   rest   cf      th.f  ii!.'.','  ,.M i-i iii'i'm  in  lhe study  of ijcr-  ��������� i,,,i .1    , . 1 ],  .      iii:   had   nearly   reached  . :!      * '. 1. 1' - ���������; 1   v. h cm   lie   saw   a   hip;  lini-  1: io.   1 .'h, o 1 ���������   tin-   11001   and  im -iiii   1  ��������� ly   gfiwneel   girl,   i'oIIj.j weiel  ',. '���������!��������� ' 1','   *>��������� i".' 11 -111,   de-scrnel      and  , ' .. ���������   1   ��������� k-   h rod.    Though still at some  .'..:.,      .    i: :...������������������ k :.':        'li'ii'l-'   i-\'f"-.   hail  which is to say, in the service of the.  Do*Aning family. Hc himself was  giving thc best of his briiiii and body,  lhe best of his youth, to tiie same service. Now, as a result of this fidelity, he was more unhappy than he  could remember ever to have been,  and he could see no reason why hc  should not turn to a Downing for  aid in his perplexity. Thc responsibilities of liegcdom should work both  ways.  Glancing  at  thc   reflection   of  himself  in   lhc  plate-glass  window  of  an  automobile     agency,     Ruggles     was  quite   satisfied     with   his   presenlability.     As   always,   he   was   nicely   and  becomingly dressed,  and  hc  rellcctcd  with a certain amount of professional  pride  that  certainly  no  man in  Paris  was better shod or stockinged.    It is  probable  that  there  was  not at  that  moment   abetter  looking   young   fellow between the Louvre and the gales  of   the   Bois   de   Boulogne   than _our  modest  shoe  clerk.     He   entered   the  fashionable  hotel   with   au   air  of  assurance  which   he  was   far  from   feeling,   and   sent   up   his   card   to   Miss  Downing���������his  social  card, which  was  inscribed    simply    "Mr.    Pi chard    P.  Rugglcs;"       Ruggles     was    proud  of  that   card,   because   two-thirds   of   it  were identical with Richard P. Down-  dug,  junior and  senior.  Thc boy returned presently to say  that Miss Downing would receive  Mr. Ruggles in the salon of her suite.  Rugglcs mounted in thc lift, glancing  at himself in the mirror and pushing back a long lock of wavy yellow  hair, which was slightly damp. Pic  was ushered into a salon prettily  furnished in Louis NV. style, and  perched himself on a chair a good  deal as a bird reposes itsedf for a  brief   instant:   011   a   swaying   twig.  The bell-boy bowed and retired,  and Ruggles wondered whether perhaps he should havc given him a  tip. Some minutes passed, and they  were not restful ones to Rugglcs,  who was beginning  to  rcpe-jit  him  of  up "through factory and salesroom,  and Ruth had no contempt for the  humble clerk. In the present case,  she thought it probable thai Ruggles  had acted on her advice to ask for a  promotion and had come to thank  her and tell her of his success.  (To   Be   Continued.)  %JI -IS   I     B   IIIU    L/Ull  llll   IVS-ll  WAS GIVEN UP  DR, FOWLER'S  EXTRACT OF WILD STRAWBERRY  CURED HER  For  First Time in   History  Now  in  Excess of Sixteen Hundred  Regina, Sask.���������For thc first time in  thc history of the force, the strength  of the R.N.W.M.P. is in excess of  1,600 all ranks. . Shortly after the  outbreak of ��������� thc war 500 men were  taken on for a period of onc year,  bringing thc strength to more than  1,500.  At thc expiration of tlie year these  men enlisted in various units when  _ihcy learned there was uo chance  of thc force going overseas as 3 unit.  Continued enlistments and drafts  brought thc force to low ebb about a  year  ago.  ������������..o.........  :...e....-t.<  n...t-���������.....0~:  Mothers should look well after  their children during thc hot summer  months, as this is the time of year  when thc young ones are liable to all  kinds of bowel complaints.  If your children havc any looseness  of thc bowels do not experiment with  new and untried remedies. Get one  having stood, the. test of time. "V,  Fowler's Extract of Wild Strawberry-  has been on thc market for the past  74 Tears. Don-H accept a substit*itc  and perhaps endanger your child's  life.  Mrs. Willis Coupland, Suiidridgo,  Ont., writes: "About four years ago  my little girl, then n baby lwe:> months  old, took diarrhoea. I took her to  the doctor, but to no avail. After he  had given her up, I read of Dr. Fowler's Extract of Wild Strawbc-iry aud  immediately got a bottle. Within  two days she was improving fast. 1  cannot ever praise il enough. 1 hope  some poor sufferers will sec this letter and lead them to a friend indeed."  Price 35 cents. Put up only bv The  T. Milburn Co., Limited, Toronto,  Ont.  Sure! High Heels  Cause Corns But  Who Cares Now  Order Farms Seized  Berlin.���������The Prussian ���������minister of  agriculture has empowered the local  communities to seine farmr, whose  owners refuse to enter labor contracts with their employees, or wlio  fail to live up lo the wage scales and  where terms ended by con tracts. Tin*  1 1    . I   .. 1,..        ,���������,?...n    I        ..  r-.        I  islered by the respective  for  the  common   good.  I  t  I  ju3*p%p__B������o..������..o..������..������.*������r'0"a..c .���������������������������.������..������.������������������������������..���������������_.. t������&������3.p������>pfp^  Because style decrees that    women  crewel cvii bueklo v^ their tender toe?*5"-.,  in high heel footwear they suffer fro:-., \  corns, then they cut and trim at these   "-  painful pest?, which merely makes the  corn grow hard.    This  suicidal  habit  may   cause   lockjaw,  and  women  are  warned to s_lpp it.  A few drefps of a drug called freezone applied directly upon a sore corn  gives-quick relief, and soon the entire  corn, root and all, lifts out without  ���������pain. Ask thc drug store man for a  quarter of an ounce of freezone,  which costs very little, but is sufficient  to remove every hard or soft corn  or callus from one's  feet.  This drug i.s au ether compound and  dries in a moment and simply shrivels  up the corn without inflaming or even  irritating thc surrounding tissue or  skin. Clip this out and pin on your  wife's dresser.  "If I'm disturbing you, father, I'll  stop. I'm only practicing to kill  time," said the young girl, pictured iti  Judge.  "Better stop, my eh-ar, I think  vou've killed him."  1  be  admin  roi 111 min iiie-s  msaes*. ES.  It is not the clock that strikes the  loudest thai always keeps the best  time.  _tfZ2S__ Do not Buffei  *-" ]__J another day with  lto.i.n_r. Bleed-  in.., eir Protruc-p  ���������el ja. Int. Pilco, No  s u i- ix i c a 1 opoip.  ation required.  Dr. CluiHo's Oliitraont. will relievo you at onco  anel an cortetlnly euro you. HOo. a box: 0.11  cU-nlei-H, or KelniiiiiBoii. liate-H & Co., Llmltad.  Toronto. 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STAMP XJWtX&O TO AJU. p-SNUINB PACESTS  T-.~_.~l-  .\U34__rilj  T :-        T..1-.  a_-p- v -*������,    J txLv  Your Asthma, Too. ��������� The efficacy  of Dr. J. D. Kcllogg's Asthma Remedy is not something that is merely  to be hoped for; it is to be expected.  It never fails to bring relief, and in  your own individual case it will do  the same. So universal has been the  ���������������*���������*���������-. ! success of this far-famed cure that  everyone afflicted with this disease  owes it to himself to try it.  Minard's  Liniment Co., Limited.  Gentlemen.���������I was badly kicked by  my horse last May, and after using  several preparations on. my leg nothing would do. My leg was black as  jet. I Was laid up in bed for a fortnight and could not walk. After using three bottles of your MINARD'S  LINIMENT I was perfectly cured,  so that I  could start on the road.  jOS DUBES,  Comme_j_cial Traveller.  PTTI. __*, ._ 1 _  waoicsaie  -D-.O-i:.--,    1-r.-,sri.  XJ>U.l-P-Ul.xg      A-  CL_-w_.4~4,  Roofing,  Manufacturers   and  Furnaces,   Hardware,  Auto   Accessories   and  Sporting  Goods  117, BANNATYNE AVE. EAST ��������� WINNIPEG, MAN  ^Ox-*.sx.Tx iiOGiC in ciio 5Cu������ ox  The Royal Astronomical Society  of Great Britain is in possession of a  log of wood which is supposed to be  part of the apple tree from 1 which  thc apple fell in Sir Isaac Newton's  garden, leading him to investigate  the law of gravitation.  mony needs no bait.  First   Question  p^l?lt^IWI>n^  "What material would you suggest  for a bathing suit?"  "Do you want it to bathe in?"  asked  the  competent  clerk.  Minard's  Liniment Cures  Dandruff.  It is hard to get a dyspeptic to believe that thc millcnium will ever  come. "   i  CHILDREN NEED HELP  Spanking doesn't curebed-wetting  ���������tiie trouble is due to -weakness  | of the internal organs, My snccessfal  j home treatment will be found Iielpfijl.  j Send no money but -write me today for  | free trial treatment. My treatment ia  j equally successful for adults, troublcu  with, -urinary difficulties*  ,������.i_S. M. SUMMERS, Bos 966 Windsor, Oai  MONEY ORDERS  Dominion Express Money Orders are on  sale in 6ve thousand offices throughout Canada.  Britain and U.S. to Protect Belgium  London.���������Thc Evening Standard  says it learns on thc highest 'authority that Belgium's security in the  future is to be-guaranteed against the  German aggression by Great Britain  and the United States.  British Forces Evacuating Archangel  London.���������Evacuation of Archangel  by the British expeditionary forces ij  in progress, it was officially- announced  here.  Other Tablets Not  Aspirin At AH  Only   Tablets   Marked   With  Cross" Are Aspirin  'Bayer  "_*V!.!   I-   Xlxrx   U-,...*."  VU1U   iii   iiiw   -.i"-=i*-.  is an acute attack oi Nasal Catarrh. Persons who are subject lo frequent "colds in  the head" will find that the use of HAI.1/S  CATARRH MEDICINE will build up the  ���������System, cleanse thc Blood aud render them  less liable to colds. Repeated attacks, of  Acute  Catarrh  in ay  lead  to  Chronic  Catarrh.  HALL'S CATARRH  M.-.DICJNE is taken  , internally aud acts through the  Blood ou the  .Mucous   Surfaces   ot   the   System.  All  Druggists  75c.     Testimonials   free.  $100.00 for any case of catarrh that  HALL'S CATARRH MEDlCINJi will not  cure,  *.'.   J.   Cheney   &   Co.,   Toledo," Ohio.  If You Don't See the "Bayer Cioss"  on the Tablets, You i\v~ Not  Getting   Aspirin ��������� Only  Acid Imitation  Ex-Kaiser Not Wealthy  Total   Amount   of   Cash   When   lie  Fled to Holland Was 650,000  Marks  (PATENT APPLIED FOB)  Genuine "Bayer Tablets of Aspirin"  arc now made in Canada by a Canadian Company.���������No German^ interest  whatever, all rights being purchased  from thc United Slates  Government.  During thc war, acid imitations  were sold as Aspirin in pill boxes and  various other containers.   Thc "Bayer  ,-,    ..        r...      ,   .   i    _   -r   ...  -i  ' Cross    is-vour-onlv wav of knowing  Bt-rli!'..���������-I ho   ii'it'il   riiiniiiit   lu   utMi i ,,    , - ... ' -   .   _   a ������������������:���������_..  ihat 3*ou .ire cctlmcr co.ii-.nc   Aspirin.  former Emperor .William had on liis  person when hc fled lo Holland was  650,000 marks, according to a statement made by Dr. Albert Suitlckum,  Prussian minister of linancc.  Dr.  Suidc-kiinr also  declared  that  a  careful     investigation     h;id  failed   to  rr    rrvfPi.ilil-pfp  ���������   r-p    ^ ��������� - - ��������� ---  proved safe by millions for Headache,  Neuralgia, Ccilds, Rheumatism, Lumbago, Neuritis, and i'or Tain r.cncr-  ally.  Handy tin boxes of 12 tablets���������also  larger'sized "Bayer" packages can be  had at drug stores.  Aspirin is the trade mark, register  "**"        .  ,"n."" '-, .  .   i"ed  in  Canada, of Raver Manufacture  prove  that  llic   lonuor   < .ennun     ....-jjj  i;ro^���������|c;cideSlcr    of Salicylic-  pcrial family  has     capital     _ plan ted   ]vc-Hi  abroad.    The  minister  adeh-el  that  he  expected    shortly    to    announce    tlu: j  l-'hitlery makes    people  sick unless  proposed   plan   of   setllcnient. of   thc|lMOy :u-c ";il)lc  lo  S4l,..l*low it.  I lohr-iwilh-ni    lainilv s    iiii.hu i,.l       .a-, _       fairs. This would not be dictated! Cor|._. ...ul wfl..tR <lisappPar ,vl)cn  "by pettiness or malice" anel would ; treated with I lolloway's Corn Cure  not call  forth  unjustified  criticism.       | without  lcnviiip; a scar.  Business      women      should  marry   men   who  are   unable  anel   sew   on   Inillons.  ni-ver  Woiiwii     who    talk  most    usually  tn   cool: j '.lean   what   thcy  elon't  say  Liniment    for  Miiiard's  where.  Bale every-  MOVABLE IN ALT. DIRECTIONS  THEY KEEP OUT DUST, WIND, RAIN, SL.EET AND SNOW -  Will also adjust to throw the air -directly upon the occupants of the front seats  and tonneau at will. The Royal Simplex Wings are handsomely designed, and  add a note of distinction to the finest automobile���������and add class to the cheaper  grade of cars. Can be clamped on any make of car in five minutes.  The sale of the Royal Simplex Wings has been enormous since they were iirst  put on the market in the United States.  Sjidics *nee������l no i������io-3eci_ioji io llieir faces wlicn ricliii-4 in the imnt sciit  when the Car is FITTED WITH THESE WINGS  ^zmmmwm/wmrmm^  !;**���������$���������.  ���������i.';'P  3-��������������������������������������������� ������������������-*������.  I" ���������'"' ���������'���������������������������</ \U>,';i'''Vi'''''Ny^^",*^*'''l';'''''H*'W,:���������'*���������',' yr v���������- ^������������������������������������--'   /ll"* ��������� -*"'���������*'  1 ��������� -P ^^i^t^Z-Z^~Pi.ZAZx. ^P. iyW - * ...^   "'''giJ!**^!%?^^  SI  11  V *���������;-������������������,.*. ���������'������������������;*:''-*-v,m  V'^-^i  ^"���������'���������wm'kl'!  .���������0r^X,i;*-.tt,.v,.Av  ������,'Wrl>������M������<..������������  ���������   -'\<44.-\.   -4     _^_->������"V��������� ������4*--,-'������n.������,-,\v,,.,   ..i'^"'  . _/v M^tfrt1 "*' I  ~ii\LV~\*m-tmm^^  m  Indian   Farms  Do  Well  liev.an Indians will reap a  fair j-mp as the* result of the C-Clcn-  :*ive i���������;ri";ilcr proelue-tion scheme on  which ihey .���������ntercd a year nr**o, under  Ihr: stimulus of the war. In 1918  ..p.i,l.    ,--,>>.   i,,-:ij,-'f.     \p--jp.    iilo\rr*(|       in  readiness for secdinf. thin year. Al-  thouch ihoueiit Ins pioved a haiuli-  cap in sonic nf the. reserves, in the  main lhe* crop lias turned out well,  anil  an  average  of  fifteen  bushel*!  of  -*������"** li   et"*"..-->r. .114.-0 -\KT^TT,.rt\x'dL\d\   **M.7*,-.tiAi-i   .p]"i-,-.'t-,'p,������vp   tU,.  ������-lr;piv-thr  (nv   Jhose-r   in tin* Iront  ,-P.PlPl*^   .0 0.      Ix.r-i.Mmmjxr-Lx..-- ���������.     ���������-..-. ..     ,.      _.���������. ..1-14. ' . ' * r  aeat.    In rainy weather it is not necessary to  use side  curtains for  the front scat, tanvby  allowing tlu2 arlvei* lhc .iumc view of Uk. ifouJ as in clear \ve:il*ricr.  m>r?"lrs x, -WTT    TOT-ITjer*T?   ���������**~K OeCH   ,������<-,.   >������������*.*",.   NFT  J_A- .-.-J   J-U   __-..-_.. -t-4 -A        JIL.      JP..4     40- **->   0.   -J P.... 4' *    *���������   ^  P   .'    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V^ _ P-J.IH.L    4  -^"SS  ''mMmtHLaeaua<-i-%~1  W  N|  11  I-"*,'"  f������l  ssagffi r n  ��������� .T.^������__.-v- i'if/rr*^, "��������� T-������._"','"****JB^WMP,1SBHBB  1----4?y;  'LyZ's:  ^-r'''V'^.LS_^_^_^_.^_H9I  '���������';-'*"';.).v;.*F;*Ui|flJMM|  '���������Z,Z$I?.vBnUBSB3B.  t  W*M  ���������'���������������������������'���������������������������'" (^BWSS'J.Ll  wwyffij^  ^W3ifJp(^H^l'!^^  wmmmamm  nsMimtm. iLiiip*-iWiiiiiii>_ mu^mgrntm Illlllll -m  ���������--'���������-���������;;/;:  :������������������/������������������  THE  CRESTON  BEVIEW  ���������an  H**_ i" ���������"_������!  nnvl  b*-is  Issued every Friday at Oreston, B.C*  Subscription : $2 a year in advance;  $2.50 to U.S. ndhftts.  P.  Editor  ,*nei  CRESTON, B.C., FRIDAY. SEPT. 26  Tia������ ~P@~m,@e L&msn  In October tbe Canadian public  will be asked to subscribe to what  is, to all intents and purposes another Government war loan. IvThe  sum asked wiii be at least three  hundred millions, and |jre&uu.auiy  as much more as the public j-_will  take. The necessity for having this  loan fully subscribed must.be.pat-  ent to all, and it will be the duty of  every red-blooded Canadian to buy  it to the exclusion, for- the time he-  iug, of all other investments. The  floating of this loan will be inaugurated on October 27th, and it is  expected that   three   weeks   from  *i.  .4-    Arx*-rx    S-Urx    S.  .4.   pput.pr    T/.ix���������    _ i.  11   r. -n.,4,..-.     ...  ... xx. iiixJxLLi Ll   *4-"i  4-U-.  Lit ir-*  sue will be subscribed  stump pulling operations on the area  whicii was burned off earlier- in the  month, and are doing excellent work.  With the stumps-coming out, and  the prosepot of the sites of their permanent holme"*, being soon available,  the married men in the camp aro  spending some of their spare time designing their new homes. If anyone  in Creston needs plans for a newKresidence Listerites can supply them  with all the newest ideas in house  construction.  Mrs.Filn.er of Lethbridge, Alta., and  young son; Mrs. Fox and three children of Vancouver, and Mr. Bagg with  two children are the newest arid y.ils  at the camp. Between the time of his  inspecting Lister and getting back to  the coast again Mr. Bagg had the  misfortune to be burned out, losing  practically aii his household effects.  Rev. J. S. Mahood, Anglican vicar  v.l Creston, visiteel the camp this week  and it is expected English Church services will be inaugurated here shortly.  Messrs. Bedford and Kfilough,  Castlegar ranchers, last week made a  trial shipment of peaches to England.  I HEREBY GIVE NOTICE that ou October 9th, 1919, at the hour of 10 a.m., at the Court House.  Nelson, I will sell at public auction the lands on the list hereinafter set out, of the persons in said list hereinafter set out...for delinquent taxes unpaid by said persons on the 31st day of December, 1918, and for  interest, costs and expenses, including the costs for advertising said sale if the total amount due for period  ending December 31st, 1917, is not sooner paid.  The Collector will be pleased to receive any information respectit g the following list where the owner  is a member of the Allied Forces and entitled to the benefits of Section 29 of the ''Taxation Act Amendment-  Act, 1918."    LIST OF PROPERTIES  Indeed, if it  is not over-subscribed, there will be  much disappointment among those  in charge of the campaign. At tbis  writing the terms of the loan have,  not been officially announced  though it is unofficially to be a bond  giving a return to the investor 5������  per cent., the bond to be taxable,  and the issues to run five or fifteen  years. Aside entirely from any pat  viatic motives, such a bond ".villi  prove an investment of the highest  possible'class.  .  We   are  distributors for the  tfiftnin_r  gldddiUI  Col.   J.red Lister, with   Mrs.   Lister  md  the  family, left on Thursday for  h~T Of *>   I   ��������� Trm. ._   ������.������, ���������   A -������ W   _-**.   \\-   r-m  V'S V** r***"���������*������������������������������ *T_���������**-.���������**"*���������        **���������-* n s-L-rvsr.  a I  in t__e fiermonies couuectec. with t'iie  visit of the Prince of Wales to that  city the fore part of the week.  Lister is getting on the map' in good  shape these days.    The last couple of  Sundays there has been church service  in the afternoon, Rev. Dr Eby, who is \  stopping at Creston, officiating.  With a population of at least fifteen  children of school age all are looking  forward   to   the   opening   up of   the j  school.    A two acre site has" been sel- j  ected and i.t and the proposal to estab- I  lish the seat of .--.awning   have -been ;  approved  ment.  by   the   education   depart-  ftt-IIVVIl     BlWVWtlWWI  Put on for $25 and  guaranteed to satisfy  not to break���������or  money refunded.  il  and  Ts?  JLJ.  TTr-ppp  J ���������*-���������"���������  tiro ���������*-.+���������  > v ctuu  car to work  for you, buy a Ford.  If you want to work to keep  up a car, buy something  else.  The crew pf carpenters who had  heen helping out at Creston fall fair  buildings for a time this month, are  making up for lost time in gtiod shape,  five more of the temporary soldier i  homes having been made available by!  the middle of last week. {  The Cleveland tractors are i>ii_-y at I  res  R.S.Bevan  yfo  COMPANY  Manager  AlMNUUIN'UJiJVllJ/XN'l  11  11  I am opening a Music Store in Creston���������in the  building next the Peekin Theatre.  1 will handle New Scale -.Williams Pianos and  Columbia Grafonolas and Records.  I will also have Sheet Music. Prospective buy-  ..���������r.-i of anything in these lines will do well to defer  th'-ir purchasing until they examine my stock,  whieh will he opened in a few days.  Sa     iSa     kWQB%ELl  you are needing  H-f "TH ���������      *- 5  Pi. IB H_(-Mk H K3btt_k _dfi_fc_flln  H HB     BRnir        fi fi n ^*8_k __��������� H D B B B H  H iflnflH ^-Ow  ... ������������������.*������������������������    8bh     hi ������! hBB S ������������-��������� SEsmbsm_i\  1   H^IB-A WHHkilii  "'  " a  " " "     "  O1  ���������0r-d7,mxY   -nd*     $-~0.jr%     "-<������vp-a    ���������������-#>   ||->i,-tt*n*ir  H.MW    ..' M. TJ ���������,MXLT~d tm _��������� 0- 0. ��������� L-n tm\d4>        0x-r' <vr���������  : ���������.. .      . !.   .i...*      ���������*������ V    * I t * I    .   I j i /;*��������������������������� ��������� < ' f I  * -  * * t ���������  ��������� ���������    ���������  t        ii *   4 ������ ���������  ������ .1      r IM*-;-*'    ,;.l      \ j\ i'M nil  y  Name of Person Assessed  Short Description of  Propertv  Arrears of  All Taxes  Costs &  Int.   Expenses  Tot.  SUBDIV. LOT 58A   VIap 266  '���������*������&  M.  *-_....   on.     etr,     ci a     t-vv.    * t  SK>i. am,  ao, -.*_:,  uin..  jl,  1���������-������������������    O      A      Ml,    OS  XLAtrO     L4,     -X,      X4..7     _. __      .....  HlTr     39.  bl  IV.  De LiaMare, j^.  Groves, J. E3. ..  Shultz, S. D    lots 18, 19,  Pfieffer, A    lots 23, 24,  Jones, J. T.  DeRose,  J.  Jones,  T. J ;    lot 1, 2, blk. 45  Shultz,  S.  D    lot 24,.blk.  46  ....  Lambert, R    lots 7. 8. blk.  47  ppOU.VU  10.00  16.50  16.00  lots'3  to6,  blk.   36 .:.  17.50  lot 18, blk.  37           8.25    11.50   '.         8. ?5    77.00  .75  1.67  1.25  1.50  .70  1.00  .85^  7.70  SUBDIV. LOT 96       Seing the Hume Addition to the City of Nelson     Map 284B  Brown, Mrs. R. R  lots 31, 32, "ilk,  Busk,   C.  W  lots 31, 32, blk,  Larrabee, Mrs. I.   lot  33,   blk.   7      Cassidy, J. H  lot 17, blk. S  .**'...  Ringrose.  Jos, Estate of   lot 19A (except 2% ft.) & 20, bik,  Carlson,   Oie    lot 1, blk. 10  --,.   L-un, Sam  lot 4, blk. 37    Bremner, D. Estate of          ... lots 4 to 6, blk. 38   2     110.00  7  :........: -Jll.00           5.50   .*_. ���������        28.00  fiG.nn    48.66    55.00    8.00    12.50  LOT 97       Addition to City of Nelson  Miller, J. Rae, Estate of     B**4 of lot 2, blk 15    Miller, J. Rae, Estate of    lot   1,   blk.   22   SCtjJ  9.50  22.15  11.12  1.12'  .47  2.28  r.RS  3.68  5.58  .70  .73  1.10  2.60  LOT 182 gstr* dei/j        Davies Addition to City of Nelson  Laurie,  Andrew    lots 4 to 6, blk. 4  .7.  12.00  Tuzo,  John  A  lots S an$ 10, blk. 4   6.25  Houston, A. L  lots 4, 5, 6, bik. 6   32.00  Long, Anthony  lot 12, bik. 8   5.00  ���������Dancy,  James  lot 3, blk. 22  32.00  **.et*-A UJJ  9 SUB. PART LOT 304       Rosemont Addition to City,of Nelson  Violet A.   -"..--    lots 6 and 7, blk. 13   3UBDSV. CF TRAIL  EAST       Subdiv.  of  Lot 2919  1   Map  1136  26.25  fVIa**-  12  Houlahan, Mary A  lot 4 and 5, blk  Washburn, Albert    lot 11,  blk.   1  .  Robinson, John R  lot 5, blk.  3     Clark, W. S  lot 2, blk. 11    Hargin,  W.   N.  lot 4, blk. 11 .....  Hargin, W.  N :  lot 6, blk. 11  Seggie, C. Y  Mot 7, blk. 11  ...  Downey,   M  lot 9, blk. 11    McDougall,   C.   H. ,  lot 4, bile.  12  ...  Woodward,   Agnes     lot 6, blk. 12    Scott,  Jas.  P :  lots 15. 16, blk.  Head, K. T  lot 17, blk.  12  .  Patmore, E. H  lot 18, blk. 12 ...  Ewings,   G.   T .,  lot  3,   blk.   14  Ewings, A. E  lot  Hill,   Robt  lot  Hill,   Root  lot  Picariello,  Emilo    lot  Allen, Robt. V  lot  Si*bley,   Albert,  B.   M  lot  Nelson,   Andrew  D  lots 4 and 5, blk. 15  Smith, Beatrice M  lot 8, blk. 15    Rosehill,   A  lot 13, blk.  24    2, blk. 14 .  5, blk. 14  10, blk. 14  13, blk. 14  16, blk. 14  2, blk.  15  .  1262  9.00  1.88  8.07.  4.00  8.00  14.00  13.00  7.90  6.00  6.00  9.00  12.00  6.00  9.30  2.60  4.80  10.00  8.71  2.63  9.00  11.50  7.59  24.31  "ERIE TOWNSITE"        Being a Subdiv. of Parts of Sees. 5, 7, 8       To.  Schmidt,  Mrs.  J    lots 7 and 8, blk. 6   "GREEN CITY TOWNSITE"     In Sees. 2 and 3, Tp. 37, Lot 1238  14,  Block 8,  Lot    6.00  .92  .60  2.45  .50  2.45  .95  .60  .12  .54  .30  .62  1.06  1.03  .54  .46  .46  .65  .92  .46  .70  .20  .35  44 .75  /Pr*  .OU  .15  .65  .75  .56  1.81  1237  .45  o nc  -.in  2.75  2.75  2.75  2.75  2.75  2.75  2.75  2.75  2.75  2.75  2.75  2.75  2.75  2.75  2.75  2.75  2.75  2.75  2.75  2.75  2.75  *"*.?".  2.75  2.75  OOO  Oft  ���������tpoo.o**?  13.50  20.92  20.00  21.75  11.70  15.25  11.85  123.87  14.87  8.72  33.03  75.43  54.43  63.33  11.45  15.98  13.35  27.50  15.67  9.60  37.20  8.25  37.20  2.75      29.95  2.75  2.75-  2.75  2.75  2.75  2^75  2.75  9 r/K  01.   .   VI  2.75  2.75  2.75  2.75  2.75  2.75  2.75  2.75  2.75  2.75  2.75  2.75  2.75  2.75  2.75  12.35  4.75  11.36  7.05  11.37  17.81  16.78  11.19  T-21  9.21  12.40  15.67  9.21  12.75  5.55  7.90  13.50  -S fi   1 -i  lir.il  5.53  12.40  .00  .90  28.S7  X.X-.  \5,  j\0.!  Tmlman,   McVeigh    \ lot 4, blk. 1    Castle, Mrs. E. M  lot   7,   blk.   1      Clark, Thos. G  lot 8. blk. 1      Johnson, Mrs. M. E  lot 10, blk. 1    Alexander, David   lots 11 and 12, blk.  Anderson, R  lot   6,  blk.   5      Hamilton, Mrs. P. L  lot 7, blk. 5    Jenkins,  Mrs.  K.  L  lot 9 and 10, blk. 5  Koaton, Ja&  lot 5, blk. 6    Fletcher, C. V  lots 1 and 2, blk. 7 .  Map 739  1.00  .75  1.00  **i    ft f\  1.15  1.00  1.00  1.15  1.00  i ir.  .10  .07  .10  st\  .Xxr  .10  .10  .10  .10  .10  .10  Map 641  2.75  2.75  2.75  2.75  2.75  2.75  2.75  2.75  2.75  2.75  2.75  9.20  3.85  3.57  3.85  3 Rr,  4.00  3.85  3.85  4.00  3.85  4.00  "SALMO TOWNSITE"       Lots 206 nnd 206A     Map 622A  Hull,   Edwin  B  lot 22  Salisbury,  W.  R  lots 9  Leahy,   Mrs.  J  lota 9  Williard,  Verna    lot 18,  Jones, Mrs. Susanna   lots 1  Jackson, Arthur W    lot  Salisbury, W. R    lot!  Mai tlan d, E.  Bianca,   Gia  G.  lot  lot  11.  5  10  1G,  18,  blk. 2    to 12, blk. 5  and 10, blk.  19 '   2, blk. 28  B    11, blk. C  C    D    12  blk.  and  blk.  and  blk.  blk.  2.31  53.60  40.00  25.13  3.35  2.88  36.85  1.76  3.35  "KITCHENER   TOWNSITE" ~ Lot 2540       Map G88  Miller,   J.   E  lot 9, blk. 8    ���������- 75  Finiay,   F.   S  lot 15, bik. 22          1.00  -Vrv'lif*.  TOVVT*4���������*"*-.TE"  Suiniiv. i-icc. i,   In.   VI, Lot ^���������^.'v^.    Mnp b'li"  Finiay,  Jas '  lot 2, blk. 8  2         9.20  ;..-.M-*.-!.i.-i.  timuv.h   . .. i.d is, blk. io   2.3(V  Mi-l.eoil,  Mrs.  Finiay  lot B, blk. 12          -J.w*  Miii*...r-*o*n,  J.  W  W. Y. 9 & W.  %  10, blk.  19          9.20  Ymir Minors Union   E. -Ms ~ und E. Ya 10, blk. 19        31.50  Khe-e.elv,    Uobl  'ot R, blk. 25    6.80  ���������"���������il-e.r,   Ml������������������������������������  !-"V*iw!������e   loin 1   to  20, blk  32    4.18  I laker.   Minn   Kninclii     lots .1   to 20,  hlk. :..>   2.M'  .22  4.15  4.60  1.85  .25  .25  .'.80  .10  .10  .05  .08  .85  .20  .tm  .85  3.40  .50  .25  .17  2.75  2.75  2.75  2.75  2.75  2.75  2.75  2.75  2.75  2.75  2.75  2.75  2.75  Z.'Ui  2.75  2.75  2.75  2.75  2.7.r������  "FRUITVALE TOWN8ITE"     Sul'dlv. of Lotc 37 .ind 210, in Tp. 11A and 12A    Lot 1236       Mnp 785C  i  Aiiii'iHiitHii.   w    a ^  .<>>. ���������% ���������������';*������������������ {\  Wall.ie'c,  ������.',.   A  ������<-"��������� ���������'-   ���������'������������������*���������    *���������  II, ,.i,i.t,   John   II  lot 18.^ J'*-cVi1-'  i.union,   AHuti      ���������**<- ���������������. ������>������������"������������������ *-* ������������������  3.30  7 or.  4.65  *���������- im  ti^tfQQKyKBtfWPttQfflttjIUD  "FALLS CITY TOWNaiTfE"   Addition A, Kootenay Diatrlct      Map   1029  " H (f1***!!, ,t\~t\ I'l M l^nk m)**~  '*fr\l*lm,0 *t   tnvwfotnsm*  ft-fmvr~nt\n.m  Wall.lie-.  C.   A.  Wiilluii*.   ('    A  lot it  i and 35, blk. L  hiUi 10 and 11, blk. N  '���������,50  2.50  ������������������C.nFSTON  TOWNHITIi"  Lot 525     Map 603    **.  I   -JMITir.D  e . ii 11 11.    a-  Mvit: ,   .1.  Vi ;11 i i 11 ��������� I. i 111 ���������  Iv  lot 9. blk.   <1-.A  lot    i,   on*.   >-  1 (;.������(*.  4       I   I'  .1"!  ni\  .32  .25  .25  1.50  <> nr  ,>.1n  2.75  '.> 71.  2.75  2.75  5.28  60.50  53.35  29.73  6.35  5.8S  42.40  4.61  0.20  3.83  12.811  5.25  t.~\i.  12.80  40.05  10.05  7.18  (j.**:*  i������ -������n  7.72  I 5.������������������,'"*  5.50  5.50  2.75       20.91  P      I >l ! I   I M I li  I*.   .  1  z&  i--|iiif Iiul-1 ii ���������- -��������� '���������"-���������i  m-MU-rnVSA THE  CBESTOK- KE?IEW  L  mrsx of mmmz  *~m bv ������������������������"   *-������������������__? **~? 2 S*-_. *������=r  *W    S    15_-5W������������ V   I*   "W  J  Penticton council at its August  m-peting was compelled to raise the  pay of city laborers from $3.50 to $4.00  .-   4r.i_-|7  The water is so low in tbe river at  Grand Forks that citizens are asked to  bail it before using.  By defeating New Denver last week  Kaslo now claims the tennis championship of the Slocan.  Cranbrook public school opened  ���������with an.attenuAuce of over 400 scholars.   70 of them were beginners.  Cranbrook high school opened with  an attendance ok77 scholars���������the largest in the town's school   history.  Nelson public schools claim an open-  0. - .        -a .   .        n       ..     .       Tru\j\ l_ _ 1  mg nay an-enuanee m over j.u-_n-i acmii-  ai-s. 200 of these were at the high  school.  Nelson Assessment District���������Continued from Page 4  Name of Pcfoon r-,ssessed  This years pack of apricots at the  Penticton cannery was 420 tons.-The  peach pack will greatly exceed this  figure.  Kaslo is now'being canvassed for  funds to erect a soldiers memorial.  Mayor Archer heads the list with a  donation  of   $100.  Mit-ar Maa_r_������!a. an alien who neglected to report to the Grand Porks  police, was recently fined $50. After he  had paid the fine Magistrate McCallum  ordered him deported as  well.  The Gazette bas it that Gratiby wil  re-open the smelter at Grand Forks to  handle about 50,000 tons of ore on the  dump at Phoenix. Now that the price  of copper has risen it will be profitable  to treat this ore at the Grand Porks  plant.  Short Description of  Dpnnep.-.*  Arrears ot  Ail Taxes  int.   expenses    iov.  Creston Mercantile Co. Ltd.  All blks. J  Map 890  & K :.  21.00  3.54        2.75      27.29  "McKELVEY & RANDALL EAST TRAIL"     A Subdivision of Part of Sublot 2  A.  Elizabeth  &������3������SS������g3  Larson,  Skinner,  Nelson, Maude    Robertson, John    Rozander,  Grover  ....  McLaughlin,  Thos.   ..  Thompson, John    Rossander, Henry ...  Gross= Mrs. Lois     Newton, A.  H   "FRUITVALE  Presbyterian  Ct-������i*������***_r*������'5l  tX\d%m  *W**      lot 7, blk. 6     :...   lot S, i>ik. 6      lot 7, blk.^0       lot 8, blk. 10  it %..      Iota 3 and 10, blk. 10      lots 15 and 16, bik. 10  -^     lot 17, blk. 10       lot 20, blk. 10  .      lot 26, blk. 10       lot S, bik. Ii    SUBD.V.8ION"    In Township 11A and 12A, Lot 1236      lot   B, blk. 93   ..  :.  1.00  11.00  6.92  9.36  21.23  22.59  7.70  5.37  16.66  "3.75  Lot  45S8  .10  .80  .71  1.65  1.76  .56  .39  1.27  .23  2.75  2.75  3.85  14.55  2.75  2.75  12.82  2.75.  25.63  2.75  27.09  n ijc  11.01  A.JU  2.75  8.51  2.75  20.68  2.75  6.73  Map 897  3.95  Map 785B  Trar *  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  iiavor to auoii a degree that econo-  omy may be practised in buying  the less expensive kinds and yet  hnve delicious foods.  Pyre**-*; saves labor���������it is always  free from grease and odors, for  nothing  can   penetrate   the  hard,  wash it  ���������an  ���������aai  A.  p*--V".������  tm  -T-.BSE  sn&f!i������fifs  Minimum price o? first-class land  reduced to $6 an acre: second-class to  $2.50 an acre.  confined   to   sur-  *D-*/P _. r.077 V701 rfpWP  V.4XV-4*4*.     lnt/Prrlra    _P.pr.l-*  .... r--.X\x     r.x.~.&rxrxrx \J  J7.V       SlOW.  SsTiOpJI-l-    -IIJIOUO. JU  W_������       xr.r...  as easilv as your cinna  and  silver.  Every   practical   shape and size  for baking is made in Pyres.  ������We invite your inspection o!  a comnieie  _ ���������u���������..  now on  Records will be ..ranted covering only  land suitable for agricultural purposes  und which is non-timber land.  Partnership pre-emptions abolished,  but parties of not more than four may  arrange for adjacent pre-emptions  with joint residence, but each making  necessary improvements on respective  rviv, .wprp-i  Pre-emptors must occupy claims for  five years and make improvements to  value of $10 per acre. Including- dear-  iTig and cultivation of at least 5 acres  before receivirfg Crown Grant.  Where pre-emptor In occupation not  ���������ess than 3 years, and has made proportionate improvements, he may, because of ill-health, or other cause, be  granted intermediate certificate of im-  Di-ovement and. transfer his claim.  Records without permanent residence may be issued, provided applicant makes improvements to extent of  $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 510.00 per acre, including 5 acres  cleared and cultivated, and residence  of at !ea������t 2 years are required. ^  Pre-emptor holding Crown grant  may record another pre-emption, if he  requires land in conjunction with his  farm, without actual occupation, pro-  Cooper, J. W   Wolford,   John-'   Vickery,  Chas.   Ashton, Chas   Brewster, J. I   Fallon,  Wm.   H   Larson,  Albert     Co-wlin, H. A   Cowlin, H. A   Henderson, Mrs. Lizzie  UUJ.Ui*.-U4-. | it ���������       0���������T      ���������...........  block  block  block  block  block  block  block  block  block  block  block  98   .  118  144 -  172  173  183  219  289  290  291  293  a~m_ ~-mm     IIBflQIA  Dunton, H..W.  Grontage Bros,  Doughty, John  Krie-zer. Mrs  M.  uiochpS o at:  block 10A  -block 11A  . - m        Grace     blocks 13, 13A and  (k. PARK"   .-.. 27.50    15.40    23.60    10.25   -, .?.......  9.00   M  9.30  Ar.   ^.p>    ������ I .OU    31.45   , :: : 21.70   ....-  21.70  Subdivision  Lots 205, 205A, 205B   _  101.44    48.35    . 26.60  13B   103.74  "CENTRA1"  Map 850  Bowhey, Raney & Hall.  Dawson, Thos. F. ..  Hebdirch,  W.   and  Van Allen, W. H.  Jones,  Alfred      Bailey,   A.   G.  lot  lot  lot  lot  lot  10  26  49  51  _������'_���������*���������_  OU  T/\h-nenn      -Tolin.  \JI*im.~~K~-l0~'-4*m~>9        -J ���������-'���������"*'  "WYNNDELfRUlT LANDS"     block   9  a Subdiv. of Sub Lois 6, 43. s-*-*. ta  5.00  6.00  7.25  6.20  3.60  .. .   d.  map   ���������  25.40  .35  2.50  .SO  2.20  .70  .60  .65  *\n  .V t  2.92  1.58  1.58  8.12  3.85  1.67  11.40  .47  .46  .65  .48  .25  1.65  3.75  3.75  3.75  3.75  3.75  3.75  3.75  ������*������ 17-T  O. IU  3.75  3.75  3.75  3.75  3.75  3.75  3.75  2.75  2.75  2.75  2.75  2.75  8.05  18.82  33.75  20.05  29.55  16.38  13.35  13.70  ���������Oeft    OO  -iJx-mmmU  38.12  27.03  27.03  113.31  55.35  32.02  118.89  8.22  S.2I  10.65  9.43  6.60  3.75      30.80  Myers,  J.  -E*  Kemp, W. H.  "KASLO & SLOCAN^RLY   r.    W% block 2       S% block 23  (SRANT LANDS'      Lot 812,  G.l.   K.  D.  !UtSn 730A  and  fH-fk  residence  trxJt    Innr-J  maintained   on   -Crown  -Bensral Marehanf  any  Meat in the  House?  This is the first question that presents itself  to the housewife if an  unexpected visitor drops  in for (. .ileal. But why  worry ?  Shamrock Brand  Hams and Bacon  Finest   Quality  Cooked Ham  i~uncn  n/r      .  -\neu-  **> -iT..  ,-,- ��������� -,   r-r  Pji<utiGg4*xxf  JD-~x  *LXr'*-0  are always to bo had  hei*e. In meats no thing  quite equals "Shamrock"  products.  ft. r.n  Unsurveyed areas, not exceeding 20  acres, may be leased as homesites;  title to be obtained after fulflllins residential and improvement conditions.  For grazing and industrial purposes  areas exceeding 640 acres may be  leased by one person or company.  Mill, factory or industrial sites, on  timber land not exceeding 40 acres  may be purchased; conditions include  payment of stumpage.  Naroral hay nxeadows 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  P .������'_.*.      Ia   ���������_-___���������__*:  . .Lrxr,     .xi    ������...^..j  PRE-EMPTORS'      FREE      GRANTS  6t ACT*  The jeoope of this Act is enlarged to  include all persons joining and serv-  ins ���������"���������"���������it-i Kis ilajesty's Forces. Tlie  time within which the heirs or devisees  of a deceased pre-emptor may apply  for title under this Act is ertendod  from for one year from the death of  such person, as formerly, until one  year after the conclusion of the present  war. This privilege is also made re- *  troactive. -*���������-" fy  No fees reiatins to pre-emptions are  due or payable by soldiers on preemptions recorded after Juno 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 soldiers' pre-emptions.  Interest on aij-reements to purchase  town or city lota held by members of  Allied Forces, or dependents, acquired  direct or indirect, remitted from enlistment to March 81. 1920.  SUB-PURCHASERS  OP  CROWN  LANDS.  Provision made for Issuance of  Crown grants to sub-purchasers of  Crown Lands, acquiring* rights from  purch-tsers who failed to comnletio.  purchase, involving forfeiture, on" fulfillment of conditions of purchase, ln-  lui'ecJt u-iiij. tfO-cti. "VVheru uuu-purchuo-  ers do not claim whole of original par-  col, purchase price due and taxes may  bo distributed proportionately ovor  whole aroa. Applications must be  made by May 1, 1920.  GRAZING. *"  Qraxins Act, 1019. for systematic  development of livestock lnduntry provides for grazing districts and rango  administration under Commissioner.  Annuul uru-ting ponnitu isuued based  on numbers ranged; priority for established owners. Stock-owners may  form Associations for rango management. *0*roe, or partially froo, pormlto  Tor nettlei-H, campers or travellers, up  to ten head. ���������*)  Lee, Rev. R. W.  Renker,   Chas.   .  Quaife, Thos .*.   Cartwright, W. E^   Mellor, "W. M. F. Jj*state ot  Alice Broughton Mining Co".  'RODGERS SUBDIVISION OF LOT 812"    Map 7300      block 76        block   162   "LOT 891w   G. I. K. D.      Map 65S  block 7    block 11    *ncvs nt Klnr.U  [07���������0   0.     xr���������       ��������� ��������� ���������   26  ���������"LOT 892" G. I. K  Ltd    part of block 2 ....  "LOT 893" 6. I.   K. D  ._���������    Sublots 7. 8 9   D.    Map 698A  70.80  60.00  76.70  10.38  21.60  20.80  26.35  13.00  Map 823  Owens,  Richard  "KASLO & SLOGAN  RASLWAY GRANT LAKlDS"  blocks 7 to IS?  4.00  6.98  4.60  7.85  .60  1.58  1.27  1.80  1.70  .30  3.75  3.75  3.75  3.75  3.75  3.75  3.75  SJ..D3  68.35  88.30  14.83  26.93  25.82  31.90  "*,  3.75      18.45  Lot 222 G. I.   K. D.        Map 718  McAstocker, C. J.  Ogilvie, Clarence  Kill, W. B   Blakelock,  C.  King, Dr. J. H.  & Thos. H.  2.UO.V5  77.48  B '..   lot 4, bik. 16    Pjart block  14A   lot 1, block 16       -A..~  '   *"���������"���������-   *���������"'          16.2  lot 890,  Bird, H. & M.  McMeans, I������.  Becwar,  Earl  (et al)   "B. C. SOUTHERN  LAND GRANT**  ���������    sublot 17     Lot 4595 G. I.   K. D.  28  560.00  Map 776  50.00  R.  SViap 787  block 10, sublot 20        15.00  blocks 13 and 16, sublot 21       16.00  7.10  '   2.37  .93  57.30  3.85  1 00  1.23  3.75  3.75  3.75  3.75  3.75  8.05  88.33  37.12  20.96  621.05  X  3.75      57.80  Map 1044  14.00  W. P.  Cosman,  McGhee, Annie M  ������...������ _...,   Lindsay, Mavy C  block 13, sublot 42  McCrohan, P. J  sublot  block 13, sublot 36 ..-.   block 12, sublot 42        10.00  -���������    .- -������   -.-.,^4. ao        20.00  111  81.24  "LOT 4592" G.  I.   K.  D.  Jefferson, A. Jb.  "Bowness. A. C.  Constable, Guy  & Beattie, R. E.  "COLUMBIA AND  405.28  1S.50  sublot  9      S.Y~ of N.E.Y. sublot 12  ,       xx,..,-  3.E.V4 sublet 12 .**���������**.       35.40  1.45  .76  1.53  4.50  40.68  1.1P  3.50  3.7R  3.75  3.75  3.75  3.75  3.75  3.75  19.75  20.9 S  19.20  14.51  25.28  89.49  449.71  23.-10  42.65  WEGTEP.N  Lot 4598  G. I.   K.D.  ���������48.00  McMeans,  Bleasdalc,  callen,  L   Katherine  A. D   M.,   and   Cars-  P.LY. LAND GRANT  sublot  68     blocks 4 and'5 (Y~ int.), sublot  Tp. 7A, East of Columbia River  70        46.20  .72  1.62  .iis  3.75      52.57  Cockayne,  Adams, Dr  "NELSON & FORT SHEPPARD RLY. GRANT'      part sublot 30 and 30A ~        v.      part sublot 30 and 30A  .o    20.  Map X66  F.  . J.  T.  M.  Confarr, W.  York,   F.   S.  I I ~r^\  ���������wm*.Ar -rTri***irei     /^i-r\rvnT'rTeT������n  KU1I- UKUWilllS  Vi  .iii  ������.i  1. ,. i :.-  tj-i 11 ���������'. n i *  II  II  Poote,  Footc  "LOT 1236"  Sublot 13 Tp. 11A    sublot, 21 tp. 11A    "LOT 1237" Map X70  sublot 10 tp. 14 and 15  ., Bon T     huuiui, j.u ���������_������,. x.. P...X,    j, Ben T '."..    All sublot 1, 2, tp. 14; part sublot 3. plan S58  Tp. 14       32.00  Tvrv   miv.T.\lxvl.av-vtvr\ Svndicute ..   sublot 66,  tp.  14       14.70'  -   ���������    -       ���������" 7*..70  i *i>ii. jAVlJ'-vJvLL'x'xx   CteU   'Cli L  interests to this Bank with the fullest  assurance that they will receive every care  and attention.  The many services which this "Bank is  ���������prepared to render will gladly bc explained  ���������if -trews  1-erill  otlll  1*f*n*0*������1   IIS.  .U���������,r..     TH   C  JlUBiiub*.   ������������������ ��������� ���������  Hearn, .iiuhum ..  Churchill, P. L*  Churchill, P.  I--*  Svoboda,  .Tohn  p.-jt-rtloration Syndicate ..  KIIUJKLM  1  f<V     rxmsA  \)\������    XXXLV.  ivL       IA  IN.4/, oi  S.E.Vi. N.W.Vi and  in hoc. 1, tp. 36, 119, 77 ac.  a.i*i.vi,  t������c������-; x  x~.    '���������/*  %._,   p.p#  9.50  20.80  .60  2.30  3.75  3.75  13.85  26.85  128.00  66.90  9.80  3.78  3.75  3.75  141.55  74.43  37.GO  r, -ri>  41.   *   X.  0.  3.75  45.07  32.00  14.70**  73.70  95.60  210.00  3.1S  1.40  5.61  9 .���������������������*>  21.50  3.75  3.75  3.75  ;< .71.  .T75  38.93  19.85  83.06  1 HI..111  235.25  N.w.y*  M  Puviiuwon, r'on- ������������������������������������:���������:���������  Ymir Ciojd Mines Ltd.  Churchill, P.  L   "LOT 1240"  Stic 36, tp. 23    "LOT 1242"  in hoc. 23, tp.  IK.  17  tp.  17  N.W%VBoc7o^S.W.'���������i/4N.\V^U ������ec.6 & that  ������art of S.E. 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OH ANT  LOT  11M2"  ��������� ?/,,.     17     I ip    17        (CoiitiniM-d em l'".^* B)  AA  13.40  ���������l-i.e."  []."A,    Ci-~2M)  3.75  17.00  .riffi-slaB  WUffl^BtfH__r______^___i-^__ttti_i^Slto������rt Jl itiJmUti i-uetkiii  if/l^l^y-S^^  Jf^.tLiU.P.yrii^xr'Jin.^^ir^^^  i.,r     .-  4-_*..^, ,,,..ir. 44.M4**���������   ...y ���������       (ix.xW4~ mi  l  44. 4^44.-*,^ 44-.-.I J 44 J 0. ,0 ^J,���������i W*04 J#4rTf.4^04p4PW^������.-.M^av4.ni  IS9tSt?JlW>IS4imOll*!14^^  HMymMwr������4i, Pxr^*li4|4Pir4r44^t^'^44lpl-4^-.^NrPP-^r4*P^  i-pt'ra'.w'irWJKas  Mdl.WldV<.l4Mviftt,'j4Um  hsm 4mAiimnti,*iduiin-mnmSJM)aX4������i~m  iwUtUUbnriAv'triniMi^iM^ltei^'^^ ttuunmx^iiMm  i t*am4imJ-TL*t4-<d������Hi4iit)0t4iil.tm #1  m Istnliviiruntmm. *mm.*i-ei������ LwlMil*t*>MW. imilml4JibsUmmit nmm*-m0"a. .7 :nr"  H  -^     \      Ijm.  cp;est62?s  "*������*������  ���������-���������!''������������������'<������  __  ^_^j4j^*^y^**^Jl**4^irtes*i������4_. -* *&f*,..         j-*E'S"-"l-3"'""--*l������*_--*^  -Saw      _____ia_aSi-i������*_|--=st^'i_i^!<_i_^������_se^������ T-*_FSJ  "*"-   *"*~*^j_, **"-������-" fiX*"*""*-   ���������"*���������������*  ^ ^fc������������Jb^p^*S>_i_s *4*kDs ~m  ��������������� "-"^l^^rPS^^^i^i^^^Fy 11  There ia snore energy- B  m a. pound of good ^  brea.d   sna.dc   it.   "iKe |||  heme with Royal Yeast ������������  Cakes ������h������n sn -***- po������������nd  ofsnea*.. Bread making  is a. simple operaiios\  ^ ->n& requires no pre-  U vio\is experience. Full  iivsir-iscplsosvs an B,oyaI  Yeast Bake B������okB  mailed fuse oa feqtiest.  Isk.   E.W.G3LLETTCO.LTl>.  TORONTO  one   final   answer   to   them,   thc   one!  tiling that will lay thc foundation that!  will   make  then,   possible, ..anel  leaves!  Lilt   details   in   connection    .villi   i_-.ie_.li  io  be  arranged,   but  without     "which  success cannot bc achieved, is a pass-  | able     system     of all-the-ycar     good  roads.  In some "of our more thickly pop-  ulated districts in thc West, a consolidated school would mean a vast  improvement- ovcr several small district schools. It would be a better  school in every way, and provision  for high school training would bc  possible. But without good roads for  thc conveyance of pupils thc consoli--  dated school and rural high school is  impracticable, and many of such  schools established in thc United  States have been abandoned solely  because of the impossibility of transporting the school children ovcr thc  existing  roads.  But,  it  is  said,  it  will  lake   money  j to build roads.    Certainly it will, and  i lots  of it.    But thc  city dweller  can-  1    not     live  in     an   eight     or  ten-room-  j house  with  electric  lights,.hot water  ��������� BV-snt  a m  U'/LMil IRS IM\U  ���������S   ESS   B   S". 2_f-B    Bat:    5 a-"~b5 nt*-S  _W"i_?_I-tfe_i_ 3 %S ������  t-iiii-Uris  Voy Itchy mi Rimed  tmrnm w Weeks.  i  ItliL..  *!      ���������_-"!   -  In a report made to thc Minister  of Education for Saskatchewan, Mr.  D. S. McCannel, chief attendance  officer in the province, to whom is  entrusted the administration of the  Compulsory School Attendance Act,  says, in part, as among the reasons  assigned  for  the  absence  of  children  j ana   oilier   moucru   conv  liST-SI i 1*'c   sa,1-('  outlay   that  i a cave.. He pays for those conveniences and hc finds that it pays him  to pay for them. So with good  roads���������they will more than pay for  themselves. ���������"  Here in Western Canada we arc  somewhat' iifclined to look upon thc  Province of Quebec as backward and  slow   because   we   are   not   fully   in-  "Our dr.tjghtc-'r's face came out in.  0. rash that we were told v/as ce-zema. |  Ilcr cheeks got sore j  and she rubbed caus- |  ing loss of sleep. The J  breaking out was very |  itchy and burned so S  that I had to tie gloves g  on her hands to keep  her from scratching.  "This  trouble  lasted   about   six  weeks before I used Cuticura. I used  one large box of Cuticura Ointment  with two  cakes  of   Cuticura  Soap  ���������Whenshewashealed." (Signed) Mrs.  H. Stares, Blenheim Rd., Gait, Ont.  Cuticura Soap, Ointment and Talcum are ideal for daily toilet uses.  For free cample each of Cuticura Soap. Ointment ami Tulc-an addrc*53 poBt-card: "ejutScuie*.,  Dept. A, Boston, tr. S. A."   Sold everywhere  -0-0-0 V P.  six niiiea ������un ������iiip  Vancouver.���������S. McRae, of .Vancouver, second engineer, and five Chi-,  nese firemen .were killed on the  steamship Melville Dollar, of Vancouver. The nature of the accident  which caused the deaths of the six  men is not known here. The steamer  was oft" the China coast at the time,  having left this port some weeks ago  for the Orient.  Pain Flees Before It. -��������� There is  niore virtue in a bottle of Dr. Thomas' Eclectric Oil as a sub finer of pain  than in gallons of other medicine.  The public know this and there are  few households throughout thc country where it cannot be found. Thirty  ycars of use has familiarized the people with it, and made it a household  medicine throughout the western  world.  Ratify Peace September 20  Paris.���������According te____ the Echo de  Paris, the Chamber will ratify the  peace "'Treaty on September 10, and  the Senate will take similar action on  September 20.  There is no radical cure for laziness, but starvation .will come the  nearest to it.  formed   of  what  is  transpiring  there.  schools:      "impassabie j witliin ihc- past fifteen ycars  Quebec  roads,   but  this  is   a  condition   which   jias   |3Ccn   forging   ahead     in   general  ���������a**..!**. ������-i rtsmmin  itfi * ������v ��������� rssns-rsrs  will   improve   as   the   province   grows  older.  In previous issues, tlie writer of  this column has dwelt upon the importance and necessity of good roads  in these western provinces, and also  upon thc absolute necessity that  farm boys and girls should be given  the best possible education and kept  in school as long as possible. In  this article we hope lo make clear  the bearing which the provision of  good roads has upon thc successful  carrying out of a better schools policy and a higher average attendance  at   school.  There   are   {our   main   groups   -.Vfider  which   every   problem   treated   as   peculiar    to   rural   comumniiies   are   or  ���������can   be   properly   grouped:  l-"ii"-"t: Greater production or more  inte;i.-.ive farming, which is primarily  a fjMc:-Lip.'ii  oi  i'l'!������������������'!*.*f:  population  on  tli:  I I r -.  --ioi  v i -  eif ..*. (i :  ."���������.v   .1..:  for   :  ' .'>!'. !     ! ' '!  Pro  .     !  oys  high  I     li I-'  agriculture, dairying and livestock  raising faster than Ontario, and in  some respects more rapidly and substantially than these Western Provinces. Industrially and commercially it is going ahead by leaps and  bounds, and a complete transformation  is taking place  educationally.  What is thc basis for this development in Quebec? Everyone who has  studied it has but one answer: Good  roads. Thc Province of Quebec has  now thc best roads in the Dominion,  as far as it has gone, and it means to  continue, until every farmer can get  his goods to market, his children to  school, and his family to church,  without a breakdown or being mired."  Some years ago the Provincial  Government asked for authority to  spend -.$.20,000,000 on roads. Some  people who think thc French-Canadian habitant is penurious and un-  j progressive might give some thought'  educational facil*- ! to the fact thai thcy enthusiastically  id ..'iris, or provi-! gave tlie necessary authority. Thai  seh.-'ol ' education! $20,000,000 has been spent, and Que-  ���������i-n'.s   to  leave   Uie i bee now leads thc Dominion  in  good  iieir crreatest I roads. Two or three months ago tin*  rive their j Government appealed to the people  ��������� lhc towni''01" ���������' .'PW mandate to keep on spoild-  ���������.;���������.. equip-j i*-g millions on good roads, the rc-  ' suit being that a majority of Govcrrt-  .r..! amuse- i ""it supporters were returned by  :���������._���������'.".   (ami1 v ' a ���������'vlamulion.  ���������;..-.   .'���������.���������*.*!      .'Xot(..---l*'urlhor   consideration  ;',;���������].;. j this   important     subject   will'     In  .. ]-������������������      ,,i"   :,'���������*-1'rvrd   for  next  we.'k.)  ���������':>-".!���������.���������.':���������- ��������� ���������    Ol  re-  Watery And Impure  People with thin blood are much  more subject to headaches than full-  blooded persons, .and the form, of  ���������anaemia that afflicts growing girls is  almost always accompanied by headaches, together with disturbance gi  the  digestive  organs.  Whenever you have constant or  recurring headaches and pallor of the  face, they show that the blood is thin  and your efforts should bc directed  toward building up your blood. A  fair treatment with Dr. Williams'  Pink l'ills will do this effectively, and  the. rich, red bjood made by these  pills will  remove the headache.  More disturbances to the health  are caused by the blood than most  people" have any idea of. When your  blood is impoverished, the nerves  suffer from lack of nourishment, and  you may bc troubled with insomnia,  neuritis, neuralgia or sciatica. Muscles subject to strain are undernourished and you may have muscular rheumatism or lumbago. If  your blood is thin anel you begin to  show symptoms of any of these disorders, trv buihling up the blood with  Dr. Williams' Pink Pills, and as thc  blood is restored tei its normal con-  elition every symptom of the. trouble  will disappear. There: arc more people who owe their present state of  good health to Dr. Williams' I'ink  Pills than to any other nu-dicinc, and  most of ihein elo not hesitate, le) say  so.  Yon can get Dr. Williams' Pink  l'ills through any dealer in medicine  or by mail at 50 cents a" be_x or six  boxes for $2.50 from The Dr. William.-.'   Medicine   Co.,   Brockville,   Ont.  LEMONS MAKE SKIN  1A J 5 I iT J***     -*. r\ :���������r      ai  r- a r.  Wf!! ! L- -5UT I *  L-LHA-I  Make This Beauty Lotion for a Few  Cents and See tor Yourself  What gir* or woman hasn't heard  of lemon juice to remove complexion  blemishes; to whiten the skin and to  bring out the roses, thc freshness and  the hidden beauty? But lemon juice  alone is acid, therefore irritating, and  should be mixed with orchard white  this way: Strain through tt fine cloth  I'.S    -"I--*---   -~-f   *"'.-.   fr.-pal.    ..-.mj-iric   ii.fi-.   a  bottle containing about three ounces  of orchard white, then shake well, and  you have a whole quarter pint of skin  and complexion lotion at about the  cost one usually payrs for a small jar  of oi*<linary cold cream. Be sure to  strain the lemon juice so uo pulp gets  into the bottle, then this lotion will  remain pure and fresh for months.  When applied daily to the face, neck,  arms and hands it should help to  bleach, clear, smootheu and beautify  the skin.  Any druggist will supply three ounces of orchard white at very little cost  aud the grocer has the lemons.  Don't be ashamed to begin life  with a small show: you may eventually be thc owner of a three-ring circus.  Minard's Liniment Cures Burns, Etc.  Ticked   Off  ' 'uilibert:  Do  you   sell dog  biscuits  oi . in   '.iii;-,  dirty  little,  shop?  . i  1 MT.-'.ided  Shi.pkeop.-r: Yes. s  s i r;  w l  Even  a  hen   can   scratch   up   trouble  between   neighbors.  DEATH  REPORTED  A  good   wheelwright     seldom   get*  left.  Always Serviceable. ������������������ Most pills  lose thcir properties with -age. Not  so with Parmeiee's Vegetable Pills.  The pill mass is so compounded that  their strength aud effectiveness is  preserved and the pills can be carried anywhere without fear of losing  thcir potency. This is a' quality that  few pills possess. Some pills lose  their power, but not so with Parmeiee's. They will maintain thcir freshness and potency for a long lime.  Men listen when money talks. Probably that is why we sometimes hear  of. hush  money.  Minard's    Liniment    Relieves    Neuralgia.  >���������''!   1 aU.���������   th.m   awav   or  will   von   eat  l''���������-������������������; ish, p:ih\ restless, and sickly  .iMr'-n owe' their condition le'i  ���������������������������mi*;.     Mother   Graves'   Worm   Ex-  ".:.!:'.. I "l*    .'4 il!    reli'-v*      lE'lil   : 111 rl    re-  n   o! i j '"''is  f M en iha i'K in ���������.'  in  An e>ld offender ihat hull}.', on for  years. Nothin.:,' touched his stony  heart but Putnam's Corn Extractor,  and out he came, root, stem and  brancli. All corns e-urcd just as  f|i.ip"..ly when Putnam's is used; try  it,  25c  at  all   dealers.  mi>    In  "Why all thc smile, Jones?"  "Fo!'"ot v/hat the  wife told  get down town-r"  "Well,   call  her  up."       '  "I   did,   but   she   forgot   what   she  told mc not to  forget."  ! I  !    .  JI His irivs-l- .[  %-  vThcsVe    U  'fcr-c������������������ ^  0"  He's starting right  0*~&*  find  r-*'-?'**"****' ^"������ ���������****'��������� ���������> r~~~  *L> **���������������������, V W  Dad is happy to  tftat his boy won  to put up with what he  went through ��������� dull  blades, tingling face,  half-removed stubble.  Instead the lad will experience only the cleanliness and  *cor___"r-tT--_ *__b,������ sense o.? r**l*i'Ti**sicsl  well being that follow a cool;  clean, satiny shave^ such as  only an AutoStrop Razor can  give. This and the fact  that the AutoStrop Razor  sharpens its own blades, and  is not taken apart for stropping or cleaning, has led thousands of dads everywhere to  recommend the AutoStrop  Razor to their sons.  Razor ��������� Strop ��������� 12 blades ��������� $3  _���������***"- -w -_,������*������  ���������m-7       r *���������_<���������������������������  X~ mXdX JB*. ������s-r_-������5*^ S_EU  AUTOSTROP .3AFETVRA20R CO., I_imitep5  AutoStrop Buildiag, Toronto, Canada  Wio othgr r&itie<sy *wHi so  swrely and qidc^^t^.correiBft  stomach ailments, regulate  IheUves* an-S Improve tlie  general health as a dose-of  -- -   ��������� ��������� ��������� ��������� p^  ."������������������""������������������"������������������������������������������������������ *���������     .."���������������������������""������������������"���������"��������� _���������������������������""" . ""���������"���������"���������"������������������-   *"""���������_���������"���������"  Larseast Sala of tu>7 Modicini- in tho World,  Sold p-J-7erywi-e.ro.   In boxes, 25c  Would   Aid  France  Berlin.  ���������   Four  hundred   thousand  German     workers     have  volunteered  for   work   of   restoration   in   northern  France,  according  to   the   Vorwaerts.  Miller's Worm Powders work so  eftectively "that no traces of worms  can be found. Thc pests are macerated in tbc stomach and pass away  in the stools without being perceptible. Thcy make an entire and clean  sweep of the inte'stines, and nothinR  in thc shape of ������a worm ean find  lodgement there when these powders  are in operation. Notlunfj could be  more thorough or desirable than their  action.  A bachelor's idc.a of "freedom" is  lo -ivoiel (jcltinp,- tied up to onc woman by getting tangled up "with half  a  dozen.  'frmm.m*0*0<M um���������*���������*_������������- W0d*t\-i*-im..mmtjrmu.'t.iu*4mmtm^ttmmtm-JdKttmm.ms^Mmttu  i -'*���������  !1  V  v  A  /J\.    ^-"pf-^^/^-Bif ���������*   -far-. ^f\r\r^\r-fxf  l       :l_u       -mJr 'Vt-A.    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"������������������..     -������ ��������� ���������������������������������   f\    r* r~\ A- y-r'nrt,  German    Gold    Hoard    Surrendered  Afle:r   the  e'einelusion   nf  the  armis-  tiere al   Spa,  it  was  de-eieh-d that  Cn'i-J  many,      be fnrc      being      re-vietiialled,  niusl' deixisil  wiih  the  National   l.ank  of   l'.ni-:se|s   as   I'-iiaranlee   ;i70,001),000!  j marl;:.  fiioi*iii.il!.v ^tJ.'aiO.OOl)).  I'arl ol" thi- gedel was plaeed al the  ilisposal eif the liaiilc of hnglanel in  \'r\v N'ork. It is now bi-ini.-* Iak'i*n  from I'.riissi'ls lo I.onelrin, whence it  will lie i < ui \ r\ rd in ,"\ i. w 'j nil. in  i-.ill-'iglillli'lll*. of $-1,000,000 ;nul $iS,-  000,000,   !'iiai-.l"il   |.y   escorts   of      He-1-  i in    ��������� i .1 iiii  i -.  V'x  K.iii'.ei'  Goo:*,   Calling  I In*    I lai'ii' . l'oriiii-i'      I', ui lienor  Willi,on of i ii-nnanv, for lhe fjisl  I'iiii' : im i In- look refuge, iu llollanel,  J .��������� ���������'���������   .i   i'.in '--I   niii'.idi-   r.cnl iiifk   ('a..-,Ih*.  i   v> ��������� ' "ii!p.i!ii''.i   l.'.'   In--    y.ili*.   who   inaele*.  I  1       ��������� ���������.   . i    . . ,i   i ,.   / *, ,,,,i  1 ��������� '"!   C"'!'.!. I',, nlim I;,    William    lio  I  'i.-ii ,-i ilii-i n iiii ii . ii i il it) i'ebue.Jllt  j ( ���������' ih-, 10 i. il' . iioui A iiii'i'iiiii-eii, anil  I ' '"' I'' ' '.'. itli lln- I '..iliite";.; I 'nil; taut.  ' Mn ��������� I,' >* i i ��������� i j ��������� c i i.il mn | dc !'���������" tin ned  i ' ������������������"��������� in ini- ( pi'iiuig, l<> :'\ ni'.'i ongeii in  '  .i    ' '���������' i   ��������� il    a in ���������. 11 ii ���������! ji Ir.  w  .PL wise economy'  Save on meat bills by serving "ClarlcV'  Pork vmi\ Bennfl. More**}  strengthening than moBt  %l~~-������z  t~\ 'py~~m^->���������^^r  f~~W  t>.0-~%WMTWffl%  tyj,\>!/,..,...  ���������n.rrt,fk  I I  llfi*.xJt.,ljt-'.i'l~"'        II|.  mesLt;, ��������� -cost   less,  . .1!...  . II  v^ 4. -L P_>   i   s.. p_i    xx,  v      p_v . . .  *xj~7T\~ .Vorui x.p-**w������pChCxvosriry,  Piolli, snaranteet. lu the Government  Leiitnd  on   e.ery  can.  'r<una!o, C'tiili or i'U.n Saace.  SoU l-lvrr-fwl.tr*.  W.  M.  (J.  i:������!U  W CKI1K. tlmltrd.  l.o.trcil.  ���������'I.fi  ������  ���������I  d  1  '$  '.l^l. ������iH0M.  iJii.rp,,.  ������_w'S__m-M^4_)eri___i_;  -IU4i|_-i_lt������Hr4������__������illJ_>lr^^  iSBKnsanH  ifei������������i������Bi8  >/mmm TEE     REVIEW,    "CRESTON,     B.     G*  -,-'-'.''--..:.^':-���������---.-'.-4L :'-~-r:- J���������-:���������:'��������� "r-~-r'?.?''-'r  :-:.:.:.?���������:?,-��������� '������������������ *> '���������-:'��������� ':>* ������������������;���������: ���������:':..'-*'��������� :'";'; ZZPZ/Z/ZZZZi  'Z? ~zf ;ZZr$Zil|  "-at..*i*ri  ���������������  ~-0**  I >������_9(* **"���������_*''  .#_S������lLr  St, Germain.���������Austria's signature  to thc peace treaty aud the departure  of  Dr.   Karl     Rcnner,   the.    Austrian  -**'  Chancellor and head of the peace delegation, for Vienna in an endeavor  to brace up the unstable government  have caused a feeling of relief in  conference circles, where there has  been great uneasiness lest thc Vienna  government should fall before tbc  completion of the treaty.  The Bulgarian treaty probably  will be handed "to thc Bulgarian  delegation on Sept. 12 at thc French  Foreign Office, where arrangements  havc been made for an informal cer-  mohy, thc Bulgarians having expressed discontent in thc proposed simple  delivery of the treaty -by the secretary of the conference.  Pv-oly..bly 21 -<iays *���������,*���������--.11 be g raj. tod  the Bulgarians to make observations  on the treaty, and it is expected that  thc conference will take a short vacation while thc Bulgarians have it  under consideration.  Dr. Renncr's cheerful acceptance  of the treaty which he had frankly  denounced as impossible of acceptance, and the (Signified good nature  hc displayed throughou". the day's  ordeal, when he alone faced thc peace  conference and signed the document  which seals the fate of the old Austro-Hungarian empire and precludes  the" "union of the old Austi-o-Hun-  garian empire and remaining fragment of thc dual empire with Germany, proved the transcending feature of the ceremony ana excited the  imagination of all the allied delegates  and   spectators.  The feeling of friendliness among  Austria's former enemies inspired by  Dr. Renner's sportsmanlike conduct  augurs well for Austria, and is generally commented upon as assurance  that Vienna, with its two millions of  population, and thc four millions in  the remaining hit of old Austria,  comprising the present republic, may  reasonably expect amelioration of the  treaty terms in the near future if  they make an honest effort to live  up t.o them.  Wheat Board ~\\\\\m  New   Order   Forbids   Railway   Companies    to    Transfer    Wheat  "Without a Permit  w iHiii_ji.-y.��������� iiie    v.anapjian     Wncat  Board  has  issued an  order  (No.  42)  which  stipulates  that no  wheat shall  bc   transferred  by  any  railway   company in the following areas of Alberta  .and  Saskatchewan   without  a   permit  from tile Catrnxlian Wheat /Board. In  Alberta:   T-he   area    bounded  on   the  north      by   the   C.P.R.,   Lacomlie, to  Compeer;  on  the  west the boundary  line of the province; oh. the south thc  international   boundary;  and   east   bv  the   Saskatchewan   river.     In   Saskatchewan: C.P.R. subdivision,  Cutknife,  tt" ....    ������\.-xL ..  g\L  denutis nutur-saii us  Rioting Ih Boston  Two Men and Boy Killed in Turbulent Outbreaks in Massachusetts Capital  Boston, Mass.���������Two men and a  boy were killed in turbulent outbreaks  growing -. out of the police strike.  There wc.rc numerous injuries of a  minor nature to members of mobs,  poKcc   officers   and  state   guardsmen.  The most serious disturbances were  in the vicinity of Scollav Square and  South- Boston. Cavalry charged the.  crowds, and a machine gun was used,  onc man being killed and several  wounded by its fire. Property damage was slight compared to that inflicted by the wild rampage of hoodlums.  One of the most serious elements  in   the   complicated   outlook   was   thc  Strike Leaders Released  possibility     of  by labor unions, -which  ! vv-'u--:  ilkie. T-Jardisty, Macklin, Bifofd,  Helficld, Kcrrobcrt, Coronation,  Swift Current, Empress, Maple  Creek, Maynard, Shaunavon and Go-  venlock.  C.N.R. subdivision, Kindcrslcy,  Hanna,   Elrosc   and  Delisle.  G.T.P. line, Trandorato, Artland,  Biggar, Calgary branch, Cutknife  branch and Alean, Battheford branch.  Will Parafozs Stftftl W-r-gtei**  .    ���������      ���������*���������**������������������-���������*"���������"��������� ���������**���������       "-t-*-*   *__������_.__.     -    4Xm-*m*9 em~--m^0-f--J~- A SC *U t__3t> b 3       *������  sympathetic striker,  have ucelareu  thcir support. of the policemen's  union. Like thc patrolmen's organ-  iizaiioiir'r'iiiost of these unions are affiliated with ihe American Federation of "Labor. Tlie crowd early became riotous and cavalrymen were  sent to disperse it. Thc mob surged  in and out of thc square. Shots were  fired and an unidentified man was  killed. A woman, was wounded in  the arm, a middle-aged volunteer  policeman was so badly beaten that  he  wTas   removed   to   a  hospital,   and  Were Greeted By Large Gathering of  Sympathisers on Leaving  Jail ..  Winnipeg.-.-���������After twenty-six days'  incarceration, thc eight*strikc leaders  who havc been held in the provincial  jail pending their trial on charges of  seditious conspiracy, were granted  bail. Chief Justice Mathers, who, together with Air. Justice MacDonald  and Mr. Justice Metcalfe, heard the  arguments of counsel, read tlie decision of the court-  Bail* was granted in "the sum of  $4,000 each and two sureties of $2,000  each.  The court found that it had not  been proven that the accused would  no* r^pea*' to stand their trial anci  the decision went on to state: "Thc  court would not be justified in refusing bail on the sole .'.round that pub-  lit be endangered by  accused   to  bc     at  ,.-< fce-i-  _-___������._  the  permitting  large.  Thc    decision, as     read    by    Chiei  Justice Mathers, follows: "Because of  three cavalrymen were hit ovcr the the great public interest involved in  heads by other missiles and also this prosecution, and because bail has  were  given  hospital  treatment.  After  Glasgow. ��������� By an overwhelming  vote the, Trades Union Congress  passed a -resolution favoring t'itc nationalization of llic coal mines. The  motion, presented by Robert Smillic,  the miners' leader, was carried by a  vote of 4,478,000 against 77,000.  The result of the vote was to throw  virtually the entire congress solidly  behind thc coal miners' demands for  the nationalization of their industry.  Tlie resolution pledges insistence by  the body that tiie government adopt  thc majority report of the Coal Commission presented last June, known  as the Sankey report.  This report provides for the state  ownership of the mines and for joint  control of thcir operation, in which  thc miners would have an effective  voice. The resolution passed, calling for acceptance of the report by  the   government,  adds:  "In the event of the government  still refusing, a special congress shall  be convened to decide what form of  action shall be taken to compel the  government   to   accept."  The resolution rejects thc proposed  alternative scheme of. the government as contrary to the "interests of  the nation," and as "creating thc dis-  of  the  coa.   ind���������..->-  Against Leaving  Russia To Fate  Great.Strike Is Declared Despite An  Appeal From President Wilson to Wait  Washington.���������Regardless of the  request of President Wilson that they  take no action pending the coming  industrial conference, representatives  of the organized workers in the steel  industry called a strike, effective September 22, to compel recognition of  thcir unions, and of the principle of  collective bargaining by the United  States Steel Corporation.  The executive council of the 24  unions represented among the workers made known their decision in an  announcement issued after thcy had  requested thc President, by telegraph, for a "more definite statement" as to the possibilities of arranging a conference with steel corporation officials, and after they had  received a reply from the President  asking that thcy withhold action until after  thc  industrial conference.  Col.   John   Ward   Warns   Britain   of  Real Meaning of Evacuation  of Territory  London.���������Col. John Ward, Labor  member of thc House of Commons,  who has just returned from Russia,  in an interview said that to desert the  Russians who had rallied to our standard will make our name stink in the  nostrils of every non-Bolshevik in  Russia. "Wc went to Russia to prevent the Germans from transferring  men to thc western front," hc declared. "Arc wc now to say to those  who varied round us, 'You have served our turn, wc arc going. We wish  you luck'?"  That, said Col. Ward, is unthinkable. It would bc black treachery to  leave thcni to face the enemies they  havc made for our sakes without  anything more substantial than our  goodwill.  Aliens k Canada  military   reinforcements   arrived - the  square was finally cleared.  The South Boston district was so  turbulent that it was considered one  of thc worst danger spots, aud a large  force of troops was thrown in there.  For some time they had in check the  mobs of the Peninsula section, but  late at night conditions were so menacing that a machine gun crew was  rushed over to aid them.  So, fierce was the resistance of thc  angry crow-d to the efforts of the  guardsmen to preserve some sort of  order that guns were levelled and  the machine gun was put in position.  All sorts of missiles were hurled at  the guardsmen. A shower of stones  so endangered thc soldiers that  machine gun crews were ordered to  fire. One man was"killed and several  wounded.  ..  nurncane tins norma  Sir Arthur Currie on War Gratuities  Hamilton, Ont.���������General Sir Arthur Currie, ilu: Canadian cuuiiiiiii-  der, who was received with open  arms by this city, stated that wl ilc  he sympathized with the veterans in  their efforts to secure a more liberal  ������������������iW.-i-c<\ lie t!:cv.g!;'. the ^.2,000  gratuity asked would prove ion great  a burden for the country to bear. The  veterans' iilca to have ;i romnii'-sion  appointed to consider their claims  was reasonable, he said,- and should  receive-, coibsideratiori.    He was in fa  W. D. Euler Will Enquire Plow Many  Are Still Interned  Ottawa.-���������-Thc question of interned  aliens is to be brought to thc notice  of thc Housc*'of Commons by W "���������"*"  Euler, North Waterloo, who has  given notice that lie will enquire how  many alien enemies arc still interned  in p-anada, how many were interned  after thc signing oi the armistice, aud  wncii may their u:kibt ot repatriation  be  expected.  Mr. Euler will also ask if a British,  subject being a naturalized citizen  of New Zealand, of German origin,  may be interned in Canada, or il he  may be deported to  Germany.  It Is Believed That the Damage Will  Exceed $2,000,00  Key West, Fla. ��������� Lower Florida  was paralyzed as a result of a violent  hurricane that passed over that section. Three hundred and twenty  frame buildings practically were razed, many church edifices wrecked and  five retail stores tipped over. . The  damage is cslimateel at more than  $2,000,000.  Shipping off the coast met with  disaster. Several small vessels were  sunk and others were driven on to  the reefs. A strong wind and rough  sea  prevented  rescue  work.  In the little, .own of Goulds, near  Miami, eight buildings were totally  destroyed and 13 partially demolished.  Although lhc properly damage was  enormous, no fatality ��������� :.. been reported.  once been refused by a brother judge,  I asked m'y brothers, MacDonald and  Metcalfe, to sit with mc while hearing this application, and had thc sat-J  isfaclion of knowing-that both concurred w:ith mc in the views here expressed.  "I therefore order that the accused  be admitted to bail in thc su-m_._of  $4,000 each and two sureties of $2,000  each."  Immediately the court had adjourned, E. C. MacMurray, together with  the bondsmen, left for the provincial  jail, where the form aii proceedings  preceding'thc release of the accused were completed. '  William Ivens was the first of thc  eight.leaders to be. released. His appearance in the doorway of the jail  was the signal for cheers from thc  crowd of workers, numbering over  1,500, who had gathered to greet their  leaders. Someone in the crowd  started singing "For he's a jolly  good fellow," and the song was immediately taken up. Ivens was  "chaired" and carried around the  square.  "I've gained eight pounds in the  lime I've been here," said Ivens, "and  I think I'll go ont and rob a bank to  get back; they've treated us so well."  Aid. John Queen was thc next to  appear. He, too, received the same  greeting from the crowd. Thc remainder of the men, Aid. A. A. Heaps,  George Armstrong, R. E. Bray, W. E.  Pritchard, R. J. Johns, and R. B.  Russell came out together. Thcy  were immediately  friends and "chaired."  tinct   trustification  trv "  Postal Workers  Set Own Path  Will Not Affiliate  With Trades and  Labor  Council  Nor  Participate  In Other Strikes  Winnipeg.���������-At'    a   meeting     of   the  Winnipeg branch oi thc Amalgamated   Postal     Workers,   it  was     unanimously resolved  not  to  affiliate with  the   Trades   and   Labor   Council,   and  not to participate in any local or sympathetic,  strikes.    The  general  executive was informed  that thc Winnipeg  branch  desires   the   clause   permitting  participation     of    a  branch  in     local  strikes deleted  from  the constitution.  It was decided to demand from the  government representation on any  deputation that would meet the Cabinet to discuss ihe civil service reclassification  bill. ,  The next meeting of the Winnipeg  branch will discuss the reductions in  salaries caused by the new cost of  living bonuses, which bonus reduces  salaries of most employees from $40  to $100 a year, and the changes desired in the reclassification  bill.  Frank R. Sutton was elected president, William Moore vice-president,  and E. J. L. Fuller general secretary.  seized by  til eir  To  Further  Irrigation Plans  Edmonton.���������"There   are   a   number  ���������***.*  '.led  betw  een  the  The  steamer     Grampus,     with     a  Gave  His Blood  to  Save  Life  Kingston,     Ont.���������A   case     of   unu-^..^   of   u5   ...^  w;is   sunk  ...   Kcy  sual   self-sacrifice   is   revealed   m   an. Wcsj.  harbo,.(     aml  lhc     Uv0-n,asled  operation   performed   in   the      Queen | schooncl.   U   V.   Drew,   bound from  Tampie.) for    Cub;'.,    wit!', a crew    of  seven   men,  was  reported     sunk     oil  .���������'     ' -.,1 : i ������the   patient's  veir  ol   generous   pensions,  anel     s.iul  the pre'si-nl pension i eimiuuiuii*.  .mm.1.1  have  to be   ic-a������lju*-.I<*������.l.  linti-at monitor Wat*. Woi Raidc.':  I.eiiulein.- ��������� ll   is   dechiicd     in   oiiu i.a  tni.ii'tei':'.  th.it   there  i-;  lie.  tnitle   in   tin-  re'port   that  a   party   of  Sinn   l-'oimis  on   a   re-.int   night   had   boareled      h  Blilish    IllOliilol    off    Coilv,   OVe 1 piiW'  !'  ii\ ilir- * |.-i'|il(in eri'vv anel raiel-'el the*  vi'"''"e-l Tin- report, printed in the  Daily    New:',   .uhh d   that   the-   raider;.  Military Hospital. Sergt. Thompson, a patient at the hospital, is a  victim of pernicious anaemia, and the  hospital doctors decided that a transfusion of blood was necessary. Volunteer!" were, asked for. anel the first  to offer was Harry Parkcs, an orderly at the hospital. The operation  was.*, carried out successfully. A pint  of blood iptip: drawn fretni 'Pnrke-s anel  transfused into the system of Thompson. Ruth men arc eloing well, and  life will be prolonged  ninnv   ve?ri  War Indemnity for Australia  Melbourne*-.-���������Prevnie-r    Hughe-'-,    hae.  ���������   . i.i        ...     i , . . r   . 1   .     ������...  tr.ili.'in cabinet  that if ('.crnKuiy makes  till*    ill si    illlleilinily    'j.iyiiu-.lll    ]>y    VJ20  Australia';-, share will be ten million  peiuuds Mciling. Vviuui ilu: indemnity wa*. fully paiel, he state-el, Australia';, -'hare- wouhl he nearly mxiv  million   pounds   stcrlingv  11: r, i ii ��������� i ii n ���������  In.iMi-   in-,! i mm i  .t-.'l  W.  N.  II.  i ;*>������ i  Key West harbor, where .she had put  in to cs;*ape the storm. Whcthe.- or  ue.t tlio i'i'i'ws eseape'el i.s not known.  The i.avy radio station v.'P.j* _*"������������������  out of commission. Fruit and vegetable growers suffered the heaviest  losses, ilw damage1 nrnunel Miami be-  iiiK ���������..,*,''inula.il .il half .i million do]  lars.  $-100,000 Wage Increaoer.  ".Yhi.ii"'"'i,. Although   no   omeial  statement will be made until the end  of the. week,' it was learned from an  .lulhuiilative   ,\ouiv.e.   thai:   wage      in  Cl c..l...i_;.   lo   pile   _M,tia.  u_  y-jijij,i/',i/   .i...;.i.  bi made by the Winnipeg Electric  Railway, according to a decision  reached by the Mathers board, which  recently r.at to investigate the men's  giicv.uice:''. The iuci'c,i.*,c*. may bc  maele retroactive, it in slated. Tills  increase  will   affect   ci.rnien,   conduc-  to<S llllll.lllll.il. Il.ll   Mill   II. tl|l.III-  nicu and iiifipfctor:;.  Want Red Cross Help  Canada Can Aid Kolchak By Sending  Supplies  Ottawa. ������������������ Kolchak and Denikinc  must be given support by means of  munitions and Red Cross supplies if  the menace of Bolshevism is to be  swept from Russia, in thr* opinion of  Lieut.-Col. Douglas D. Young, who  went to France wiih tlie B.C.]),, anel  who was a member of the British  military mission in Siberia.  Col, Young laiel the facts about  Russia before the members of the  House ot commons. vv iiat Canada  can do lo help the downlr.uhlcu Russian people is U> senel Red Cross supplies, said Coi. Young, who stated the  men were being sent down from the  line with iheir wounds bound up with  dirty rags, ami there was an entire  absence.; of medical anel surgical needs  in the rotiutry.  Dominion Government and us in con-  r*cctic**4 with the i*.".-!*t''T but I c-.i*  go ahead v.i'-l*. your scheme*-, and we  will  not  hold  V'*-i  up."  This was the assurance given by  Premier Stewart to a big deputation  of landowners from Southern Alberta, who are interested in thc promotion of irri'i.v.ion in the south  country, and e;*.:::e to thc provincial  ministry to :;*-���������-.. r*..in their attitude  in  the matte:.  Want  T.-rger  War  Gr.itimy  Ottawa.  ���������  Rep: .-enlalivi s oi     the  Great   War  Yctcr.'-.".?  who   are   I'lose-  cuting    actively    the    demand    for n  ?_-.0;i0     .:.:"'.:-.:;l:  foil flit   ovi-i-i. ;.  tcniatic    p. a:*,  member oi  th.  eiuleavori*.'...;   '.i  c..."! i  man    who  -     are adopting  a  sys-  oi     canvassing    every  i'iiir.n.ons.     '1 hey  are  ii*-''   them  up   ���������"'���������'   the-  Agptinsl Trade With Germany  Robert  B.-i-.h n   n eov  disposition  member   i:.  from  his  in  b  <.���������    aiti'.ude    ui    c.ieh  '   repoit'-el   to   the   b*.-  ������i-  a!.  ���������1   ���������������*.���������������������������'  ���������i -  ! !  c i \-ereir*rd.  To Control Cold Storne-r  dre-'-.mi. ti meeting of thr Nat:".i".l-  ists' Federation, (.aid that Germany  slood today tiie best organized nation in the worbl for a commercial  war. He naid come people had cpo-  ken to him ot trade relations with  Germany. 11 thcy v..u"ie,: trade re-  bitie.i.f, v.'iu. Germany, ".he-.- i:*.-j_t g't  Ir.omcbody else,     (Cheers.)  rnf1. nf ._.:: .'��������� ' . u *��������� prop.' i .'1 by Pr'.--  isiclcnt v\ ilsou ..'r<<k foim when the  housc agrirv.hurc commission oreiei -  eel favorably rr ported a bill to control cold c!'">r.-.ge. All rout-iiner-, of  food when r.l:;ccd in etorage wouhl  bc  btampcu  "e_i.'iii  litorage  iood '   ami  ��������� 1>r-       it r * - r      ,*./���������,.       p.l.lr-tl       #1, d.r      ^p\pr*p-/-rl  ,  v*.p-      y.���������. \. _.      ......       .......i      .......       ^.....      .������  luiid Uft  i'.-ri.jr   woulil be   Ll.iini.it3.  mmmUMm  "������������**  l|l*lMW^wi_Wiii|Wil(iill  T"****yw������&*^ ^KZtZZ-Z.  ~mn4'mtm4tmtv,*m ���������vw**!**,**** t.  itf~tir~~\^^i^4^ ;^i^"f _!T*^'"'*u**^*^***',4f1������tifcW iMtit^-imfrrm, *.*>&it*#t<m0������rii***t*w������m,'rt 'Mwwmisaw-Wtm*.-  fliifM-niimwwiirwupwi witiMiiii ^iiiiMi_g^������< wi<������um-*ii>i������i*>> ii ->i>aiMWim-������iWMiwiMil  ���������*"i,_t   Jx~A>r.~,li.    ,  tummm  itl^^���������W^i^^~,^^  imrnfrstommnHmtt tmmtmfHHis+i THE  CB33STO.N  j������js . **���������*���������"-*** ���������*  _������;-;���������':' .-%-  XT  rvi_c*kr*f  T^Jofvir**- C.r\.~.i~i-nn-orl   *Ff-������f\m   T^p<Tr-a"_ri  aiiitiiiiiiai^'J  Name of Person Assessed  Short Description of  Property  Arrears of  All Taxes  Int.  ���������JOStS B.  Expenses  Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Embree and  family of Wardner are "spending a few  days  here wiih  Mrs. Repsomer.  the  lormei- s luotner.  Tot.  'LOT 1244"  Broadfoot, Erskine Estate     in sees.  Mack, Wm. Lyman ."    S.W. Y-  19 and 20, tp. 30  S. W. Y4- sec. 5.  tp. 30  'CROWN GRANTS"  Pond, S. P    lot   229      Johnson,  A.  P "'.    blocks 5, 6, 9, 11, lot  Finiay,   Will    ;    block 10, lot 251    251  "SUBDIVISION OF LpT 304"  Jones, W.  Sikowski,  H. ...  John  S.  Y~  block 237, map 766  block 287, map 926  .���������   "LOT 306"  Ford, J. W    block  Ford, J. W    block  Hysld^p.   John       block  24.14  12.00  46.00  27.00  31.21  12.50  36.25  62.70  G, sublot 1   H, sublot 1        62.70  2, sublot 9; block 5, sublot 8        77.28  "MAP 1178"  Brown, G. B .    blk 2, sublot G, sublot 1, lot 309  Hogan,  Nora    part  lot  367      Peaeh,   James      block 9, lot 914    Powys,   Arthur   :    blk. 3, lot 2542  Schroeder,   J.  Holditch,������.L,. ..  Cose, Boas. ....    7.70    35.00r    12.50    21.00  H    blks. 13 to 20, lot 7674  40.00      lot   7774    '.... 39.60      blk. B, lot 7876  10.44  part "W. H of 8081   63.70  lot 8231 .Z..Z. ~.  138.00  part  lot  8370     4.74  lot   8371      SHjSlJ\~'L\.X0-        J_U. <S.        .....   Bell, G. D. & R. B  Stephens, Wm   Curran,  E.  J. Estate    lot   8371          21.00  Wright,   Harry  one sixth int. lot 9014  1         5.00  Bourdon, C. M  lots 1 to 8, blk 1, lot 8988; lots 1 to 7, blk 2.     ���������  lot 8988* lots 1 to 9, blk. 3, lot 8988        57.00  Bourdon, C. M. ...;  lots 1 to 8, blk. 4, lot 8989        21.00  Bourdon,, C. M    lots 1 to 8, blk.  Young,   A.  Sijaw,   M.  L.  T   H.  T.  W.   H.  W.   H.  Jo'ixn  lot  lot  lot  lot  lot  blk.  Bleasdell,  Bleasdell,  Bleasdell,  Vuori,   Hilda   &  McDonald. Thos Estate     blk. 6  Laurie,-Sarah M. ..  Leahy, Eva M   Calhoun, James K.  Tj-ilhot    W    A.  9177  9295      9400   8401      9402      5,  lot  9403  5, lot 8990        22.20         15.00  lot 9403   ot N. y__ lot IGI3G  part lot 9767    N. E. %  lot   11755  80.00  84.00  84.00  84.00  8.26  17.71  11 cr.  42.00  on na  tiU.UU  12.50  2.77'  .63  2.95  2.40  2.75  1.15  3.40  6.15  6.15  7.30  .55  3.60  ���������11C  l.li*  2.16  3.75  3.75  .65  6.60  15.84  .55  2.16  .37  o art  ���������.... Pr  1.05  1.13  1.15  . 4.60  8.70  S.70  8.70  .56  2.02  .90  4.33  1.90  1.18  3.75  3.75  3.75  3.75  3.75  3.75  3.75,  3.75  3.75  3.75  3.75  O 7"  u. I ps  3.75  3.75  3.75  3.75  3.75  3.75  3.75  3.75  3.75  3.75  3.75  3.75  3.75  3.75  3.75  3.75  3.75  3.75  3.75  3.75  3.75  30.66  16.38  52.70  33.15  37.7*J  17.40  43.40  72.60  72.60  88.33  12.00  42.35  17.40  26.91  47.50  47.10  14.84  74.05  157.59  9.04  26.91  ~9.12  63.65  25.80  27.08  19.90  68.35  96.45  96.45  96.45  12.57  23.48  16.25  50.08  S. A. Speers is tbis week moving into hi*** commodious new home at the  north end of the town, next tbe R. S.  Bevan residence.  Rey. O. H. Huestis** \vill addi-els a  meeting in the Methodist Church on  Thursday night in the interest of the  "Lord's Day Alliance.  Miss Estelle Smith left the latter  part of the week for Penticton, where  she will spend a month "With her sister  who is now resident there.  S. G. Foreman has taken a lease e>f  the Jackse-jn building, next the Peekin  theatre, and will open out a music  store the  early part of next month.  _ -pp***-**!  The well-known G. W. V. A. orches  tra   of Nelson will furnish the music  for the fair night dance in Mertfentile  Hall, which starts at 9 o'clock prompt.  Miss Phyllis Lyne left on Friday for  Oorvaiiis, ure., to resume her course  of study in the state agricultural college at that point. This is her thirb  y-*"_"������.r there-  Rey. G. H. Hamilton got back last  week from Cranbrook, where he had  been lending a hand at some evange-  lisitic services it that town������ in which  all the Methodist and united church  clergy in Kootenay have lent a hand.  Notwithstanding the providing of  . the extra room at tbe Creston school  all four divisions at the public scJ__ool  have an enrollment of almost forty  pupils���������almost a 25 per cent, increase  over the attendance at closing time in  Contractor Henelren and bis staff  have commenced work em the twO-  story frame resffdence which .'as. Cook  is having erected on his town property  near ihe school.  Mi-, anel mis. John Blinco and family are spending a few days with Nelson friends this week. Mr. Blinco attending the sessions of the Kootenay  Meekeepei'S Association.  Road foreman J. D. Moore of Kaslo  was here a couple of days the latter  part of tbe week, and as a result men  and teams are busy this week levelling  off the rough spots and filling' in the  low places on the flats and main road.-*,  and splendid traveling is assured fen-  the auto trips in connection with the  Nelson business men's visit.  3.75      17.43  E. FERGUSON,  Act. Assessor and Collector.  Dated at Nelson, B.C., this 8th day of September, 1919.  EAST KQOTENAY'S  Tenth Annual  w-^  TO  BE HELD AT  mmm%J-mdl%a. 3.0*0 _T eFSQ.ni.Hi  ���������-WI d-llH/l  WEDNESDAY & THURSDAY  OCTOBER 1st & 2rid,1919  Under the -uispiees of the (Van brook   District  A-oricultura! Assnr-i.i.tion  j $1-) nnr_-in Drnmiiimin-Q') IMA  *tp������;Uiuiy~9s. i .Giiiiuiiid~-ip������juuij  ATTRACTIONS:  --"������������������������������������e'.'AI,  ri.A'lTill.  ~ **i_^X*"A.-t       ii    a     -a.    A %._-_3.SL-*'     A W ji%-4 t^4������~x. Ji^t jX-i. j    ii~y a ~-Jr ~ *v_y e 4  j     M.C. and Bar, D.F.C., with his  j      new   $5000   Aeroplane.      Both  \     days.     Doing   stunt  flying   and  ! cpkYTMlno- rins-iR^n-D-p-prs  I 'm *--<'���������. 11.."''i' l.i_.'.i! -*  * I ���������"������   |*'*r  tii|������       l������ex������l.   ivsi-rvjif inns now  Hi'jlii- m < ii'i|������'i' i d' I >< h il-:iii'..: em .���������***.") rlcjiosiI.  Horse Racing   -   Athletic Events  Side Shows    Concessions.  &c  Pigs For" SAr-i-���������Five weeks old.  Guy Constable. Creston.  Beiss Fob Sale���������Eight colonies of  bees, price is right. Mis. Fairhead,  Creston.  Miss Naomi May left on Sunday for  Spokane, where she is visiting friends  a few days this week.  Mrs. and Miss Amy Ebbutt left this  week on a short holiday visit with  friends in Vancouver.  Andy Anderson and 11. B. Staples  were business visitors at Spokane the  latter part of the week.  Bicyclts For Sale���������A Rambler  bicycle, in good condition, cheap fen-  cash, at. Be van's garage, Creston.  Milch Cow For Sale���������Good rnile-h  cow, in calf te> purebred Jersey bull,  for .sale.    W. V. .Jackson, Creston.  Mrs. S. R. Evans arrived yesterday  from Revelstoke on a yisit to her parents, Mr. ami Mis. T. M. Edmondson.  Miss Ethel Huscroft eif Grand Forks  is spending a few days here with her  parents,  Mr. anil Mrs.  Geo.  Huscroft.  E. N. Holmes and- two of the chil-  dre:. are among tlie Ci'.".-*toiiii.t*-s taking  in the fruit fair at   Nelson  this week.  Geo. Seymour *s|)������_*nL a couple- of days  at Nelson this week em business connected with the militia olllcials in I hat-  city.  Hay 1'ai.kh For pSale an I.H.C.  machine, in geiexl shape, se'lf-fetuler.  Will sell at a bargain. .1. 11. Hudel.  Wynndel, B.C.  Foil HALE��������� Hotel range-, T-feml top;  Moore gasoline lighting system, oni-  Alaelelin hanging lamp. Apply White-  Lunch, ("iivston.  Haying em the flats will be prettv  well completed by the end of the  week, the majority of the cut having  been put. up in fine shape. At. least  2000 tons of it are now in stack.  The Women's Institute dining hall  oo fair day will be in the Grady**bnilu-  ino* on Fourth Street, when dinner  will be served at 50c, from 12 till 2 p.m.  Afternoon tea and lunches can be had  from 3 te-i 5.30.  M. J. Boyd is busy this week fitting  up the old McPeak building, which  now occupies the lot next Bevan g;.-*.--  age, and which will open < ut in about  three weeks "stocked with a full line of  hardware and furniture.  The grouse shooting season closed  on Sunday. This class of bird was un-  usually i'iiinerous this year, and ei-.ie  to the high ceist of living sportsmen  are wondering why the season was  limited to about two weeks.  Things are progressing nicely anel  the opening eof the Peekin moving picture theatre on Saturday night is now  assured. There will be two shows, the  first at 8 o'clock, with the "Fight for  Millions" as the feature Kim.  Lawyer Gat-land has just been noti  fied of his appointment as local representative  for  the  Soldiers'   Civil  IKe-  Establishment  .board,   anel  his  duties  are to .look after the affairs of the returned men along various lines.  The Sinclair building on Fourth  Street, better known as the armory,  next the King Geoige hotel, has been  sold to A. E. French, who. we understand, intends opening out. shortly  with a barbel-shot) anil neiolroom.  The  Super  Phonograph  The All-record Brunswick ia the  product.'of the Master Craftsman  of North America.  After years of Phonographic development, the House of Brunswick  has achieved a new method of reproduction.  *>  To  properly interpret the sound  waves of all records,  te> round oi_y_  these*   vibei-ations   in 'full,   life-like*  volume,���������these were the problems.  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